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Curriculum Vitae

2017

Education Aug 2013 - Jun 2016 Master of Architecture, Professional Program, University of PennSylvania School of Design, United States Aug 2009 - Jun 2013 Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Interior Design, Lasalle Collwege of the Arts, Singapore 2nd Upper Honor Degree

Experience May 2014 - Aug 2014 Intern, Sichuan Provincial Architectural Design Institute, China

SHANSHAN YIN

Project: Yue City (Sun Hung Kai Properties), Chengdu, China

May 2015 - Aug 2015 Intern, Ong&Ong Pte Ltd, Singapore Project: Zhabei Lifestyle Mall , Shanghai, China Hotel Oasis, Zhongshan, China Jun 2016- Present Full-Time Architectural Designer, SKB Architecture & Design, Washington DC, USA

Professional Qualification

shanshan.yin133@gmail.com APT.415, 1400S Joyce ST, Arlingtion, VA22202

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Work Brief: Research Architecture and Landscape Design Technical Drawings Digital Models and Renderings Presentation Slides Preparation

Project: SWIFT Technology Center, Manassas, VA SWIFT Ino., Culpeper, VA Google MTV SB 71 & 30, Mountain View, CA Serco Ino, Herndon, VA Bean Kinney & Korman P.C., Washington, DC Atrium Design, 600 Massachusetts Ave, Washington, DC Federal Reserve, 1850K St NW, Washington, DC Williams & Connolly LLP, Washington, DC 1232 22nd St NW, Washington, DC

+1 215-808-7236

ATRIUM

Dec 2012 Interior Decoration Designer, Vocational Qualification Certificate by Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the P.R.C Feb 2016 LEED Green Associate, U.S. Green Building Council

GOOGL


2016

2015

01 CARGO CITY

M DESIGN 

02

2014

JIUGUANG MALL

BIO-TOWER

04

FLOATING CRYSTAL

03

LE SB30

05

Skills

SWIFT TECH-CENTER

07

Auto CAD 3ds Max Autodesk Revit Maya Rhino Grasshopper Photoshop Illustrator InDesign Sketchup Maxwell Vray Keyshot Microsoft Office 3D Printing Furniture Design Physical Modeling Sketch Watercolor Painting Chinese Traditional Painting


01

JIUGUANG PROJECT B2 SHOPPING MALL- INTERIOR DESIGN

May - Aug 2015

Ong&Ong Project Type Schematic Design Team Work Lifestyle International Holdings Ltd Client

Shanghai, Location China Shopping Area Program Supermarket F&B


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LIFESTYLE & EXPERIENCE

CHILDREN Play Area F&B Exhibition Area

HUSBAND Jiuguang Department Store will open its second outlet in Shanghai and construction of the new store in Daning area, Zhabei District has started and will finish in 2017. Lifestyle International Group, a Hong Kong investor of Jiugang Department Store, bought a piece of land in Daning area in December 2011 for 2.47 billion yuan (US$398 million) and it became the site of the new store. He Dongbo, chairman of Shanghai Yuance Investment Consulting Co, said the new department store will position itself differently from nearby Daning Life Hub and Shanghai Joy City, focusing on high-end products and services.

Digital Store Exhibition Area Restaurant

WIFE Supermarket Cooking School Restaurant

CONCEPT DIAGRAM

Ong&Ong interior team works on the B2 level design including 5,000 sqm retail area, 4,300 sqm F&B area and 3,800 sqm supermarket zone. B2 level is organized around a large atrium and three small escalator atriums. Naturally, the whole interior space is divided into four parts which are named as Origins, Germination, Growth and Blossom with different function.

Origins Germination Blossom

Growth

ZONE DIVISION 1

2 4

3

Boundary

Space Division

Four Zones

B2 design boundary with three existing voids

Depends on the various programs, the B2 area is divides into several zones

Zone1: Origins Zone2: Germination Zone3: Growth Zone4: Blossom


LAYOUT PLAN

中菜 120.75

中菜 108.24

中菜/亚洲菜 343.87 4 Basin

中菜/ 日料

4WC 6 Urinal

137.55

COOKING SCHOOL 372.00

6 Basin

RETAIL 748.73

10 WC

茶餐厅 199.53 ZARA HOME 618.15

铭店1 91.16

铭店 7

南小馆

131.22

F&B 463.10

餐饮:澳门菜+生煎 429.83 YAMASAKI 247.25

餐饮:潮州菜

甜点

3 basin

数码

6 WC 3 WC 4 Urinal

171.00

SLOPING COLUMN 1. 2. 3. 4.

3 basin

151.47

F&B 104.05

4 3 2 1 column @SSL column @FFL+1500mm column @ceiling column @SSL above -200mm

PARKING SHAFT

餐饮:韩餐

儿童拓展

炸品

拉面

131.58

160.58

家电

60.43

TERRACE AREA

467.71

餐饮:快餐 274.87

RETAIL 118.10

PARKING SHAFT 4 WC 4 Urinal

F-15

3 basin

餐饮:日料

铭店 3 105.50

4 basin

228.43

餐饮:台菜 +日料 659.78

PARKING SHAFT

10 WC

PARKING SHAFT

生活馆 304.91

铭店 4

Co Co

228.64 1. 2. 3. 4.

column @SSL column @FFL+1500mm column @ceiling column @SSL above -200mm

壱番屋 163.32 4 3 2 1

铭店5 157.30

水产 1279.44

仓库

Supermarket Area, 3654.01 sqm F&B Area, 4302.53 sqm Retail Area, 3961.94 sqm Open Store Area, 1183.45 sqm

6


FLOOR DESIGN

7

Outter Cafe Area: Wulnut 中菜 120.75

中菜 108.24

中菜/亚洲菜 343.87

Retail Floor: Imitation Wooden Floor Tile

4 Basin

4WC 6 Urinal

中菜/ 日料 137.55

COOKING SCHOOL 372.00

6 Basin

RETAIL 748.73

10 WC

茶餐厅 199.53 ZARA HOME 618.15

铭店 1 91.16

铭店 7 131.22

南小馆 F&B 463.10

餐饮:澳门菜+生煎 429.83 YAMASAKI 247.25

餐饮:潮州菜

甜点

3 basin

151.47

F&B 104.05

4 3 2 1

3 basin

6 WC

数码

3 WC 4 Urinal

171.00

SLOPING COLUMN column @SSL column @FFL+1500mm column @ceiling column @SSL above -200mm

1. 2. 3. 4.

Outter Area: White Ariston

PARKING SHAFT

餐饮:韩餐

儿童拓展

拉面 160.58

家电

60.43

TERRACE AREA

炸品 131.58

467.71

餐饮:快餐 274.87

RETAIL 118.10

PARKING SHAFT 4 WC 4 Urinal

Atrium Material: Black Sandstone Slab

F-15

3 basin

餐饮:日料

铭店 3 105.50

4 basin

228.43

餐饮:台菜 +日料 659.78

PARKING SHAFT

10 WC

PARKING SHAFT

生活馆 304.91

铭店 4 228.64 1. 2. 3. 4.

Co Co

column @SSL column @FFL+1500mm column @ceiling column @SSL above -200mm

壱番屋 163.32

Atrium Material: White Sandstone Slab

4 3 2 1

水产 1279.44

Atrium Material: Yellow Marble 仓库

Supermarket Material: Wooden Floor

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

4 Basin

4WC 6 Urinal

6 Basin

10 WC

3 basin

3 basin

4 3 2 1

6 WC 3 WC 4 Urinal

SLOPING COLUMN 1. 2. 3. 4.

column @SSL column @FFL+1500mm column @ceiling column @SSL above -200mm

PARKING SHAFT

PARKING SHAFT 4 WC 4 Urinal

F-15

3 basin

4 basin

PARKING SHAFT

10 WC

PARKING SHAFT

1. 2. 3. 4.

column @SSL column @FFL+1500mm column @ceiling column @SSL above -200mm

4 3 2 1

水产 1279.44

仓库


ORIGINS ZONE: Rendering View 1

8


9


MM 202 4

MM 152 4

MM 152 4

FLOOR TILING PRINCIPLE MM

202

MM 202 4

MM

4

202

MM 202 4

MM 152 4

4

MM

800*800 Tiles Stright Segement of Boulevard

202

202

MM

4

202

4

4

MM 2024

MM

MM 2024

MM 1524

10 WC

MM

2024

MM

0.5m ² 0.9m ²

10 WC

202

4

0.5m ² 0.9m ²

MM

2024

800*800 Tiles Turining Segement of Boulevard

0.5m ² 0.9m ²

0.5m ² 0.9m ²

YAMASAKI 247.25

MM1524

YAMASAKI 247.25

FM

FM

MM1524

MM1524

MM1524

800*800 Tiles Stright MM1524 Segement of Boulevard

FM

MM1524

YAMASAKI 247.25

CEILING DESIGN MM1524

2000

2000

3600

3600

LED Strip Down Light Fire Sprinkler Intake Air Shutter

10

Track Light

MM1524


11

1000

ORIGINS ZONE: Retail Shopfront Design

1000

3000

LOGO

LOGO

3000

LOGO

Coloum Material: Black Mirror

Inner Floor Material: Wulnat

Seats Material: Imitation Leather Veneer

Outter Floor Material: White Ariston

Shopfront Material: Veneer

Outter Floor Material: White Ariston

Shopfront Material: Veneer

4000

400

CH=4000

100 100 200 200

ORIGINS ZONE: Retail Shopfront Design

Coloum Material: Black Mirror

Inner Floor Material: Wulnat

Seats Material: Imitation Leather Veneer


ORIGINS ZONE: Rendering View 2

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13


ORIGINS ZONE: Rendering View 3

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15


02

CARGO CITY

HARTSFIELD - JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Aug - Dec 2015

PennDesign Project Type Core Studio 701 Team Work Reinier de Graaf Critics Laura Baird Thom Mayne Final Jury Marilyn Taylor Winka Dubbeldam Reinier de Graaf Atlanta, Location Georgia, US Industry Zone Program Mengyao Ye Team Member


CURRENT CONDITION CURRENT CARGO FACILLITIES INSIDE AIRPORT

Cargo Facilities Main Air Cargo Complexes:

North, South and Midfield Marta Line

Area of Cargo Warehouse:

1.3 28

2014 Cargo Traffic (Tonnes)

ighw

601,269

ay

Airport

Foreign Trade Zone

South Cargo Complex

Tonnes

hw

ay

Cargo Airlines ABX China Airlines Lufthansa German Airlines Air France DHL Worldwide Express Mountain Air Cargo Asiana Airlines EVA Airways

Hig

ay

85

w igh

5H

28

Qatar Airways Cargo British Airways FedEX Singapore Airlines Cargolux Airlines Korean Air UPS Air Cargo Cathay Pacific Airways

ARCH 701 DESIGN STUDIO CARGO CITY

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2030 FORECAST & GOALS TOP 6 & ATL

8,000,000.00

6,728,307

7,000,000.00

6,330,328

6,000,000.00 5,000,000.00

4,062,731 3,976,431

4,000,000.00

3,465,855 3,198,426

3,000,000.00 2,000,000.00

2014 Cargo Traffic (Tonnes)

Miami FL (MIA)

Los Angeles CA (LAX)

Chicago IL (ORD)

1,312,495

5%

Louisville KY (SDF)

10%

Anchorage AK (ANC)

3.6%

Memphis TN (MEM)

3.5%

0.00

3.5%

1,000,000.00

3.1%

2.9%

A high level development schedule was created that identifies short range and long range projects based strictly on the forecast of activity and facility requirements. As a result of changes occurring in the aviation industry locally, actual activity is currently tracking slightly lower than the forecasts, especially in air cargo development. Hence, the purpose of future master plan has two clear objectives: the first one is to improve the efficiency of existing cargo facilities to meet future demands; the second one is the application of supplemental programs at cargo city to perform as a key element in Aerotropolis and then boost the airport economy.

North Cargo Complex

75 H

Hartsfield – Jackson Atlanta international airport has been the world’s busiest airport by passenger traffic since 1998. It held its first ranking by both in passengers and number of flights. The Atlanta airport is a main gate to link the United States and worldwide countries. Also, a large number of flights are domestic flights from within the United States, where Atlanta serves as a major hub for traveling throughout the southeast of North America.

million SF

Parking positions for Cargo Aircraft:

College Park

PLUS X 3.58 X 2.18

Atlanta (ATL)

2030 Forecast Cargo Traffic (Tonnes)

Statistics sourced from Port Airport & Global Infrastructure (PAGI) Report

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CARGO CITY PROPOSAL

10

MANUFACTURE SCHEME

EXTERNAL

CARGO CITY

SMART CARGO FACILIITIES

AIR CARGO FREIGHT

8,000,000.00 7,000,000.00

PASSENGERS

6,728,307

6,330,328

6,000,000.00 LOGISTICS

5,000,000.00

4,062,731 3,976,431

4,000,000.00

3,465,855 3,198,426

3,000,000.00

TOP 5

2,000,000.00

ARCH 701 DESIGN STUDIOIL Los Angeles CA Chicago CARGO CITY (ORD) (LAX)

2030 Forecast Cargo Traffic (Tonnes)

1,312,495

5%

2014 Cargo Traffic (Tonnes)

Miami FL (MIA)

10%

Louisville KY (SDF)

3.6%

Anchorage AK (ANC)

3.5%

3.5%

Memphis TN (MEM)

3.1%

0.00

2.9%

1,000,000.00

BIOMEDICAL MANUFACTURE

AIRPORT AREA

Atlanta (ATL)

BUSINESS ARTS EXHIBITIONS PRODUCER SERVICES

PLUS X 3.58 X 2.18

RAPID TRANSPORTATION SMART SERVICE

CITY

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SITE CURRENT SI Land Use & Noise Contour

PRG

EXTERNAL STRATEGY

EXTERNAL CURRENT SITUATION

IoT Based Smart Cargo

Existing MARTA & Railway System

1 -6

SMART CARGO STATION

A.M .

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EV

3

-7

RY 1 A.M. 0M IN

A.M.

6EVE -9

SMART CARGO STATION

A.M .

FRE EF

P.M. 0 MIN . ERY 1 P.M EV

P.M .

N 0 MI Y2 ER

RGO CA OR

7 1

A.M

SMART CARGO STATION

12

EV

IN

-3 ERY 20 M

. P.M

P.M.

SMART CARGO STATION SMART CARGO STATION

Expressway

SMART CARGO STATION

Railways

AIRPORT CARGO FACILITIES STRATEGY Train Station

MARTA Line

MARTA Station

Integration & Smart Cargo Facilities

Trucking Hubs Industry Zone Commercial& Industry

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BIOMED IN GEORGIA ARCH 701 DESIGN STUDIO CARGO CITY

Heavy

Gener

PROGRAM STRAT

among the fastest growing states in bio-related occupational employment.

states for overall bio-related occupational employment.

Light In

ARCH 701 DESIGN STUDIO CARGO CITY

RAIL L

-

19,902. INE

-

bioscience companies that employ

MART A LIN E

433 6th Top 15

-

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BIOMED IN ATLANTA -Atlanta ranks

3rd

-Approximately

in research facility space among all U.S bioscience clusters.

2,400

-U.S. Centers for

bioscience jobs were created within the last five years.

Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)

is the forefront of prevention of disease worldwide at Atlanta.

Hartsfield-Jackson international airport in Atlanta is commonly known as the world’s busiest airport. Compared with the great performance on the passenger traffic, however, the air cargo traffic in ATL is not competitive with other airport. Therefore, ATL is seeking for more development opportunity to improve the EXTERNAL LINKS air cargo to achieve top 5 in the U.S. toby Relationship Airport & City 2030. 21

Smart Cargo Complex EXTENDED LINE Smart Cargo City

SITE CURRENT SITUATION

PROGRAM STRAT BY 2030

SITE AREA & TRANSPORTATION ARCH 701 DESIGN STUDIO CARGO CITY

TRUCK TO AIRPORT

HIG

HW AY 8

5

WAY 75

CARGO CITY

HIGH

TRAIN TO AIRPORT

CITY/HIGHWAY

85

2 AY HW

HIG

CARGO CITY AREA

LOCAL

By introducing the IoT (Internet ofDESIGN Things) ARCH 701 STUDIO CARGO CITY and utilizing the existing railway and Marta line spare time, smart cargo facilities located in the city are proposed. Trucks can transport commodities to the smart cargo stations and have the tracking chips installed, and thus reducing the high pressure on the highway caused by cargo. Moreover, according to the forecast report, merely improving the existing facilities could only double the traffic by 2030, whereas ATL aims at 5 times more. Consequently, new industry closely related to air cargo could be great opportunity for ATL.

Potential Sixth Runway

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ITUATION

MANUFACTURE SIZE CONFIGURATION Data Analysis

GRRAM STRATEGY

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MANUFACTURE SIZE CONFIGURATION 600,000 TONNES CURRENT CARGO VOLUME

3,400,000 65 DNL

TONNES

TOP 5 VOLUME

1,300,000 TONNES

2030 FORECAST CAPTURED BY SMART CARGO FACILITIES

MANUFACTURE SIZE CONFIGURATION Data Analysis ARCH 701 DESIGN STUDIO CARGO CITY

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PER COMPLEX

600,000 TONNES

70,000 TONNES

540,000 TONNES / YEAR 4,320,000 SQF

x 9 Companies/Complex

y Industry

2,100,000 TONNES

ral Buisiness

TEGY

PER COMPANY

COMPENSATED BY BIOMED MANUFACTURE

ndustry

(Regular Sized Biomed Company)

60,000 TONNES / YEAR 480,000 SQF

24

x4

Complexes

2,160,000 TONNES / YEAR 17,280,000 SQF

MANUFACTURE SIZE CONFIGURATION Data Analysis ARCH 701 DESIGN STUDIO CARGO CITY

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PER COMPLEX 540,000 TONNES / YEAR 4,320,000 SQF

65 DNL

x4

BIOMED INSTITUTION

Complexes

x4

2,160,000 TONNES / YEAR 17,280,000 SQF

x36 300ft

LOGISTICS & STORAGE

300ft

MANUFACTURE COMPLEX

BIOMED CAMPUS

5 FLOORS LOGISTICS STORAGE

100ft 500ft

MANUFACTURE

LOGISTICS UNIT

x12

LOGISTICS & STORAGE x12

864,000

SQF/COMPLEX ON SITE

x4

https://d30y9cdsu7xlg0.cloudfront.net/png/30192-200.png MANUFACTURE SIZE CONFIGURATION

Data Analysis

TYPICAL DOWNSTREAM BIOPHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING PROCESS

ARCH 701 DESIGN STUDIO CARGO CITY

PART I

TEGY

AREA:

30

4x

PART II

AREA:

1x

PART III

AREA:

3x

PART IV

AREA:

2x

PART25V

AREA:

2x

PART I Fermentation

PART III

Analyzer Moniter

Polishing Coumn

Primary Clarification

Secondary Clarification

PART II Purification Coumn

Concentration Viral & Purification Clearance

Concentration & Purification Inactivation

Analyzer Moniter

PART IV

LOGISTICS & STORAGE 65 DNL

Regular Company Size

MANUFACTURE SIZE CONFIGURATION Data Analysis

Analyzer Moniter

Final Sterile Filtration

Protein A Column Analyzer Moniter

Filling

PART V

12x = 480,000 sqf x = 40,000 sqf

ARCH 701 DESIGN STUDIO CARGO CITY

BIOMED INSTITUTION

31

BIOMED CAMPUS

50 ft

MANUFACTURE LOGISTICS STORAGE

LOGISTICS & STORAGE

Area :

50 ft

2,500 sqt

PART III AREA: 3x =

48

x 2,500

x 2,500

PART IV AREA: 2x =

32

x 2,500

x 2,500

PART V AREA: 2x =

32

x 2,500

40,000 sqf =

x=

PART I AREA: 4x =

64

PART II AREA: 1x =

16

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16

x 2,500

32


ER PLAN

MASTER PLAN

COMPLEX CONFIGURATION

SIGN STUDIO 43

TENANTS PLAN

COMPLEX CONFIGURATION

Biomedicine industry with small volume, high value and high demands for air cargo is the most suitable program fitting into the Cargo City. Additionally, the educational and industrial bases, including the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) in Atlanta provide the substantial support for the Cargo City. Dividing the Cargo City by the noise contour, the area inside the contour is designated for industry and the area outside contour for research center. A city with pure efficiency is designed by TENANTS PLAN assembling basic company units and logistic facilities. Each unit performs as a production component. Products are directly transported to cargo facilities by multiple layered rail system. By phasing the production within every complex, the goal will be achieved by 2030. Afterwards, noise contour will be pushed towards east side because of the new runway. Thus, Cargo City would have opportunity to develop across.

Large Scale Company Medium Scale Company Small Scale Company

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Large Scale Company Medium Scale Company Small Scale Company

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41

Large Scale Company Medium Scale Company Small Scale Company

42


21


Area :

50 ft

40,000 sqf =

PART III AREA: 3x =

x 2,500

48

x 2,500

2,500 sqt

40,000 sqf =

x=

PART I AREA: 4x =

16

x 2,500

AREA:

48

3x =

x 2,500

PART IV

MANUFACTURE COMPONENT CONFIGURATION 64 2 32 PART IV AREA: 2x =

x 2,500

PART V AREA: 2x =

32 32

x 2,500

AREA:

x 2,500

PART V AREA: 2x =

x=

x 2,500

Large Sized Company x 2,500

PART II AREA: 1x =

50 ft

16

32

Area :

50 ft

2,500 sqt

x= x 2,500

40,000 sqf =

PART I AREA: 4x =

16

x 2,500

64 CONCEPTIAL SECTION

x 2,500

x 2,500

x 2,500

PART III AREA: 3x =

48

x 2,500

PART IV AREA: 2x =

32

x 2,500

170 ft

500

01 DESIGN STUDIO CITY

PART III AREA: 3x =

48

Double Rail System Section

x 2,500

PART IV AREA: 2x =

32

x 2,500

PART V AREA: 2x =

32

x 2,500

50 ft

PART II

Area :

250 ft

50 ft

16

2,500 sqt sqf = AREA: 1xx== 40,000 x 2,500

PART I AREA: 4x = ft 150

PART II AREA: 1x =

64

x 2,500

x 2,500

16

x 2,500

MANUFACTURE COMPONENT CONFIGURATION

Industrial Labs & Core

MANUFACTURE COMPONENT CONFIGURATION

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22

16

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Cargo Unit Interface

ProductFlow,Storage&Exchange

36

37

170 ft

170 ft

PARTPART III V AREA: 3 x = 2x = AREA:

x 2,500x 2,500

PART IV AREA: 2x =

32

x 2,500

PART V AREA: 2x =

32

x 2,500

4832

35

BIOMED MANUFACTURE FLOW

4

16

600

500 f

ft

250 ft

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39


23 Medium Sized Company

ft ft 150

38

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40

Storage Output Level Multi-Layer CRT (Cargo Rapid Transportation)

Cargo Unit Tunnel

Cargo Unit Input Level


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25


PHASING II & CONTRIBUTION

PHASING I & CONTRIBUTION

CARGO T BY CARG

CARGO TRAFFIC BY CARGO CITY -

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540,000

TONNES /YEAR

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-

540,00

-

1,080,0


PHASING III & CONTRIBUTION

AFTER 2030

TRAFFIC GO CITY

CARGO TRAFFIC BY CARGO CITY

00

-

540,000

-

1,080,000

TONNES /YEAR

-

2,160,000

TONNES /YEAR

TONNES /YEAR

000

TONNES /YEAR

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TONNES /YEAR

SIXTH RUNWAY BY 2030 65 DNL

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FLOATING CRYSTAL WATERBUS TERMINAL

Jan- May 2016

PennDesign Project Type Core Studio 704 Team Work Sulan Kolatanr Critics

Ferda Kolatan Final Jury William J. Mac Donald Winka Dubbeldam

stockholm Location sweden Waterbus Terminal Program

Mengyao Ye Team Member

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LOCAL ECOLOGY

MOSS

25’

1” Height

DWARF BIRCH DWARF WILLOW

16” Height

32” Height

SWALLOW

KITTIWAKE

15” Length

15” Length

OTTER

CHILD

4’ Length

3’ Height

ADULT

BICYCLE

5.7’ Height 6.7’ Length

FERRY

66’ Length 23’ Height

SEAWEED

CLAM

TRUMPET

24” Length

6” Length

1” Length

CARP

12” Length

PERCH

TURTLE

JELLYFISH

MANTA RAY

12” Length 2.13’ Length 6.56’ Length 22.96’ Length

15’

5’

-5’

-15’

Artificial is commonly understood as well-designed to serve for people, but sometimes lose the sense of friendliness to the nature. We try to combine different features of ecology, morphology, aesthetics and functionalism into one single design. At beginning, we provide a design of a prototype suits multiple places and can be easily duplicate, will this cause a sense of boredom in terms of aesthetics. Or it could be an adaptive module to change according to local environment and create a series of forms with different aesthetic features. Stockholm has remarkable territorial balance between blue, green and grey space, namely, 30% water, 30% green space and 30% urban building fabric humans, local flora and fauna, near arctic-circle climate. That is to say, to reflect this balance on design, we might need to consider the habitable spaces for other beings. Rather than a so-called well-designed building, the concept of metabolism describes a building as a live being which can grow itself by aggregation. The floating waterbus terminal combines with bicycle garage and habitats for flora and fauna, and thus enhancing the city resilience as well as providing new aesthetic experience.

-25’

-35’

-55’

5’

25’

50’

75’

100’

125’ ARCH-704-DesignStudio | Sulan Kolaton Mengyao Ye | Shanshan Yin

CONCEPT - CRYSTAL

CELL 1

+

CELL 2

NESTING

BASIC UNIT ARCH-704-DesignStudio | Sulan Kolaton Mengyao Ye | Shanshan Yin

CONCEPT - ICEBURG 325 260

25’

195 130 65 0

Feet

0

65

130

195

260 325

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80’

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Rådmansgatan T

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Diploma

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BIO - TOWER URBAN HOUSING

Aug - Dec 2014

PennDesign Project Type Core Studio 601 Solo Work Jonas Coersmeier Critics

Gisela Baurmann Final Jury Nanako Umemoto Winka Dubbeldam

New York City, Location New York, US Luxury Apartments Program


SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPE STUDY SEM- SecƟon of BuƩery Wings 4th Floor

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The Bio-Tower is a slim housing tower that combines luxury condo miniums with mint / urban intervenƟon imal apartments. The synthesis of these two housing systems is activated by the integration of a new form of work environment. The new, 50,000 sf tower will provide high exposure and breathtaking views for W. 25rd St. a diverse clientele. Its structure and skin are flexible to adapt for varying visibilities, sun exposure as well as for its diverse clientele’s demands and desires. The streetntervenƟon scape of 10th Avenue and the High Line W. 24rd St. elevated park will weave into the housing tower and continue as a vertical space of heterogeneous living experiences that are characteristic for this city.

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Ubiso� is a French mul�na�onal video game developer and publisher. It is the third-largest independent game publisher in the world. The company has subsidiaries in 26 countries. Ubiso� created its own lm division, called Ubiso� Mo�on Pictures, which creates shows and lms based on the company’s games.

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W. 24rd St.

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02 AM

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Building Type: ResidenƟal Building, Freestanding Structure Floor: 4 Stories + 1 Basement Building Dimension: L47m * W15m *H12m Number of Units: 22 Unit Area: 1455 square meter

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3rd Floor The urban housing studio ‘Bio-Tower’ proGenera�ve Studies poses a new kind of residential tower along 2nd Floor the High Line urban park in New York City. + Within the framework of a comprehensive Ground Floor Genera�ve Studies architectural design project, the studio focuses on the invention ofBasement spatial, organizational and formal logics as they come + to expression in a dense vertical housing structure.

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Na�onality: United States Race: Asian Educa�on: Bachelor of Computer Science Rela�onship: Married Family Members: 4 (Wife, Son and Daughter) Employment Status: Associate Producer at Ubiso�

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SKB Architecture & Design Design Development Construction Docs. Team Work

Location

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Mountain View, CA USA


OFFICE

TEST

A

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LIGHT CAMERA DARK CAMERA

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A B C

PROTOTYPE TEST

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DESIGN & ENGINEERING

PROTOTYPE TEST

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OPEN CEILING

EXPOSED BEAMS

WHITE CAP CEILING

INCORPORATE PLYWOOD ELEMENTS

BLACK INDUSTRIAL FRAMES

A

VIRTUAL REALITY TESTING

PROTOTYPE TEST

PROTOTYPE TEST HARDWARE TEST

B

B

A CAMERA LAB

LAB

3D PRINT

OFFICE

MEETING & COLLABORATION

A B C

C

SHOREBIRD 30 – OFFICE Mountain View, CA

CONFERENCE & HUDDLE

C WOOD SHOP

BLACK INDUSTRIAL FRAME WITH GLASS DOORS AND FRONTS

FILM DESIGN ON CONFERENCE GLASS FRONTS

MIX OF FELT PANELS WITH POPS OF COLOR

KB’s Silicon Valley and Washington DC o ces worked as a seamless team to provide this prominent worldwide tech company with lab and o ce spaces to support its many well-known innova on ini a ves. Because of its desire to maintain secrecy and con den ality, many tes ng facili es that are normally done by interna onal agencies are done within this company’s facili es. These tes ng facili es s ll need to maintain the strict standards of the interna onal agencies in order to assure cer ca on.

OPTION TO HAVE CUTOUTS IN FELT

CONFERENCE & HUDDLE

SHOREBIRD 30 – CONFERENCE & HUDDLE Mountain View, CA

MICRO-KITCHEN & LOUNGE •

One key feature of the design is that because the company is constantly looking at new inven ons and new ideas, the lab and o ce space must be quickly recon gured to accommodate ini a ves that have not even been dreamt. SKB was responsible for coordina ng the all of the technical details of the project and managing the en re design team to maintain an extremely quick schedule.

BLACK INDUSTRIAL FRAME WITH GLASS DOORS AND FRONTS

FILM DESIGN ON CONFERENCE GLASS FRONTS

MIX OF FELT PANELS WITH POPS OF COLOR

OPTION TO HAVE CUTOUTS IN FELT

MICRO-KITCHEN & LOUNGE

RECEPTION & CORRIDOR

SHOREBIRD 30 – MICRO‐KITCHEN & LOUNGE Mountain View, CA

INCORPORATE WOOD ELEMENT IN CEILING OR SPECIALTY LIGHT FIXTURE

RECEPTION & CPRRIDOR

SHOREBIRD 30 – RECEPTION & CORRIDOR Mountain View, CA

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ATRIUM DESIGN HANGING CANOPY SYSTEM Project Type SKB Architecture & Design Schematic Design Design Development Team Work

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Location

600 Mass represents the convergence of clean aesthetics, forward-thinking amenities and green spaces that blur the lines between traditional indoor and outdoor environments. The client required re-design the atrium area to be a semiclosed space. After several times discussing with client, design team finally made a ‘cable and hanging system’ to cover the second floor ceiling with different sizes of fabric panels.

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600 Massachusetts Ave, Washington DC USA


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BRACKETS

Polyester Fabric Panel Option 3B

Bracket Detail

06/07/17

05/30/1

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7'-6"

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Brackets to be engineered for 400lbs Lateral Force.

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600 Mass_ 2nd Floor - ATRIUM STUDY SECTION B

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WASHINGTON, DC 20036

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FABRIC SEAM

2” X 2” ALUMINUM ANGLES, NESTED ON FOUR SIDES

STRETCHED POLYESTER FABRIC, KnollTextiles, Reflect, W884/2A

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1818 N ST NW, SUITE 510

WASHINGTON, DC 20036

www.skbarch.com

ZINC-PLATED SCREW HOOK STRETCHED POLYESTER FABRIC, KnollTextiles, Reflect, W884/2A

2” X 2” ALUMINUM ANGLES, NESTED ON FOUR SIDES

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SWIFT TECHNOLOGY CENTER OFFICE- INTERIOR DESIGN SWIFT is a member-owned cooperative through which the financial world conducts its business operations with speed, certainty and confidence. This activity involves the secure exchange of proprietary data while ensuring its confidentiality and integrity. SWIFT Technology Center located at Manassas has over 800 employees. After extensive interviews and focus groups, it became clear to the design team that the needs of the young, academically-oriented staff we more nuanced than most office environments. The staff preferred doing much of their work in open space where they could more communicate with each other, but they also need different kinds of meeting and sitting spaces for different modes of cognitive thought.

Project Type

SKB Architecture & Design Schematic Design Design Development Construction Docs. Construction Bidding Construction Admin Team Work

Location

Manassas, Virginia USA


STAIRCASE DESIGN

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1/8" TH. LVT. ON EXIST CON. SLAB

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PTD. BLACK CLIP. BY SKB Architecture and Design CLG. GRID/SLAT MFR. 1818 N Street NW, Suite 510

Washington, D.C. 20036 T 202.332.2434 WOOD SLAT CEILING F 202.328.4547 www.skbarch.com

SKB Architecture and Design 1818 N Street NW, Suite 510 Washington, D.C. 20036 T 202.332.2434 F 202.328.4547 www.skbarch.com

CONSULTING ENGINEERS

CONSULTING ENGINEERS

DDG Virginia Engineering, PC 3201 Jermantown road Suite 690 Fairfax, VA 22030 T 703.225.0016 F 703.991.3257 CONT. FELT FILLER

DDG Virginia Engineering, PC 3201 Jermantown road Suite 690 Fairfax, VA 22030 T 703.225.0016 F 703.991.3257

EXIST. STL BEAM WOOD BLOCKING

NG VERIFY LOCATION

EXISTING SIDEWALL FRAMING VERIFY LOCATION

QD.

REMOVE EX.GYP.BD.AS REQD.

G, NAIL TO BLOCKING WITH NEW STAINED WD. PANELING, NAIL TO BLOCKING WITH SINK AND FILL FINISHING NAILS, COUNTERSINK AND FILL

STUDS AND PROVIDE NEW CUT BOTTOM OF VERTICAL STUDS AND PROVIDE NEW TRACK WOOD SLAT, MAPLE FINISH

BLACK CEILING GRID

GRID/SLAT MFR.

PTD. BLACK CLIP. BY CLG. GRID/SLAT MFR.

S AND CLIPS BLACK

PAINT FRAMING TRACK TEES AND CLIPS BLACK

EXIST. STL JOIST

EXIST. STL JOIST

EXIST. STL BEAM

EXIST. STL BEAM

WOOD BLOCKING

WOOD BLOCKING

NR. ON 3/4" MDF WD.

e

PROJECT

PROJECT

9615 Center St, Manassas, VA 20110

9615 Center St, Manassas, VA 20110

SWIFT VTC

ISH

B

WOOD SLAT, MAPLE FINISH

WOOD SLAT CEILING

EXISTING SIDEWALL FRAMING VERIFY LOCATION

EXISTING SIDEWALL FRAMING VERIFY LOCATION

REMOVES EX.GYP.BD.AS REQD.

REMOVES EX.GYP.BD.AS REQD. ISSUED

ISSUED

NEW STAINED ND. PANELING NAIL TO BLOCKING IN FINISHING NAILS, COUNTERSINK AND FILL

NEW STAINED ND. PANELING NAIL TO BLOCKING IN FINISHING NAILS, COUNTERSINK 10.28.16 Issue for Pricing AND FILL 11.7.16 Issue for Permit 02.28.17 For Construction 06.01.17 For Phase 2 Construction

10.28.16 11.7.16 02.28.17 06.01.17

1/8"Ø STAINLESS STEEL CABLE

1/8"Ø STAINLESS STEEL CABLE

1 3/4"Ø ALUM POST SET INTO RECESSED RECEIVER

1 3/4"Ø ALUM POST SET INTO RECESSED RECEIVER

PTD 1/16" GA. BRAKE METAL COVER GLUED TO STL. STRINGER

PTD 1/16" GA. BRAKE METAL COVER GLUED TO STL. STRINGER

EXIST. STRINGER AND TREAD

EXIST. STRINGER AND TREAD

Issue for Pricing Issue for Permit For Construction For Phase 2 Construction

1'-0"

1'-0"

WD. VNR. ON 3/4" MDF

SWIFT VTC

1/2" GYP BD. ON SUSP. SYSTEM

1/2" GYP BD. ON SUSP. SYSTEM

TRANSITION MOLDING - ARMSTRONG #7901

TRANSITION MOLDING - ARMSTRONG #7901

WD VENEER ON 3/4" MDF SUBSTRATE W/QUIRK JT. CORNERS. 1/8" TH. LVT. ON EXIST CON. SLAB

WD VENEER ON 3/4" MDF SUBSTRATE W/QUIRK JT. CORNERS.

8

Main Staircase with Wood Wall Main and Staircase Ceiling with Wood Wall and Ceiling SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

8

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

NEW 1/2" GYP. BD. ON STUD FRAMING

NEW 1/2" GYP. BD. ON STUD FRAMING

1/4" PITTCON REVEAL

1/4" PITTCON REVEAL

WOOD POSTS BEYOUND WOOD SLAT

WOOD POSTS BEYOUND WOOD SLAT

Drawing Title:

Drawing Title:

FRONT BUILDING MAIN STAIRCASE

FRONT BUILDING MAIN STAIRCASE

Drawn: Date: Scale: Proj:

Drawn: Date: Scale: Proj:

MLB 11/7/16 As indicated 1338

A6.03

Contractor shall verify and be responsible for all field dimensions and conditions and shall notify designer of any discrepancies before proceeding with the project. Contractor shall verify and be responsible for all field dimensions and conditions and shall notify designer of any discrepancies before proceeding with the project.

MLB 11/7/16 As indicated 1338

A6.03


OFFICE ZONE: Rendering View 1

OFFICE ZONE: Rendering View 2

56


BOOTHS DESIGN

3

1'-10"

2 1/2" MTL STDS W/ 5/8" GYP BD.

7

3

57

A5.2

7

A5.2

2 A5.2

15"

15"

2 1/2"

2 A5.2

2 1/2" 2 1/2"

2'-6"

BOOTH A

3 3/4"

2" 1'-10"

5

A5.2

2 1/2" MTL STDS W/ 5/8" GYP BD.

A5.2

3'-2"

A5.2

3 3/4"

2'-6"

BOOTH A4

MET RUNNER CHANNEL

3 3/4"

A5.2

3 3/4"

5.2

MET RUNNER CHANNEL

2 1/2"

3

3

A5.2

6"

20"

15" 6"

20"

6"

6"

6"

2 1/2"

2"

2 1/2" 2 1/2"

A5.2 6"

2'-8 1/4"

6"

15"

2'-6"

A5.2

6"

5

4

2 1/2"

A4.4

7 1/2"

5 B BOOTH

A4.4 2'-8"

2'-8 1/4"

4

2'-6"

6'-10"

BOOTH B 2'-8"

5'-2"

7 1/2"

STL. PLATE 5'-2"

2X WD FRAMING- BELOW

NOTE; REFER TO MILLWORK PLANS & SCHEDULE FOR FINISH PER EACH LOCATION.

NOTE; REFER TO MILLWORK PLANS & SCHEDULE FOR FINISH PER EACH LOCATION.

5

5

A5.2

A5.2

10B A5.2

11 1/2"

1'-4"

11 1/2"

1'-4"

2 1/2" MTL STDS W/ 5/8" GYP BD.

2 1/2" MTL STDS W/ 5/8" GYP BD. 10B A5.2

2X3 WD FRAMING (TYP)

TYP. 3 BOOTH LAYOUT TYP. 3 BOOTH LAYOUT

1

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

2

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

4

SEALANT

4

7 1/2"

7 1/2"

SCHEDULED LIGHT FIXTURESCHEDULED LIGHT FIXTURE 2X3 WD. FRAMING 3/4" MDF -COORDINATE W/ MILLWORK-COORDINATE W/PLAM. MILLWORK

10 A5.2

BLACK STEEL SUPPORT LEG 6 A5.2

2'-6"

6" Ø STL. PLATE WELDED TO 2'-6" 3"Ø STL. PTD. DRYWALL PIPE - PTD.

10 A5.2

CLEAT

8 A5.2

A5.2

DRYWALL SOFFIT

DRYWALL SOFFIT

PTD. GYP. BD.

6" Ø STL. PLATE WELDED TO 3"Ø STL. 2" 1'-3" PTD. DRYWALL PIPE - PTD.

2"

1'-3"

2"

6

1'-3"

SEATING PAD

4

7

4

4

DRYWALL SOFFIT

EXIST. CL

PTD. DRYWALL

7

SCALE: 3/8" = 1'-0" SCALE: 3/8" = 1'-0"

5

ELEC. OUTLE GLASS;D -SEE1/4" ELEC.

PANELS RU HORIZONTA

UPHOLSTER UPHOLSTERED CUSHION SEATING PAD F1 SEATING PAD HIGH-RESIL HIGH-RESILIENCY FOAM CORE, 1 1/2" THICK 1/4" TH. 2"X 1/4" TH. 2"X 2"VELCRO PTD. DRYWALL PTD. 3/4" MD PTD. 3/4" MDF PTD. DRYW PTD. DRYWALL

TABLETOP DETAIL TABLETOP @ DIVIDING DETAIL WALL @ DIVIDING WALL

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" TYP. BOOTH SECTION TYP. BOOTH SECTION TYP. BOOTH SECTION SCALE: 3/8" = 1'-0"

EXIST. CLG.

1/4" GLASS; 4' -0" PANELS RUN HORIZONTALLY

PTD. DRYWALL

LE: 1" = 1'-0" SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" ON BOOTH SECTION TYP. TYP. BOOTH SECTION

2X3 WD. FRAMING

PTD. GYP. BD.

6 A5.2

BLETOP DETAIL TABLETOP @ SUPPORT DETAIL POST @ SUPPORT POST

CALE: 3/8" = 1'-0" SCALE: 3/8" = 1'-0"

2X3 WD. FRAMING

2'-6"

DRYWALL SOFFIT

8 A5.2

2X WD. CLEAT BOLTED THROUGHPLAM. 3/4" MD W/ 1/2" CARRIAGE BOLT,TABLETO WASHERS & NUTS

1'-3 1/4"

9

2'-6"A5.2

DRYWALL SOFFIT

DRYWALL SOFFIT

WELDED TO 3"Ø STL. PIPE 8 PTD.

1'-3 1/4"

9 A5.2

9 A5.2

6 X 6 X 1/4"

2X WD. CLEAT BOLTED THROUGH W/ 1/2" CARRIAGE BOLT, WASHERS & NUTS

10 A5.2

2'-5"

2'-5"

PTD. DRYWALL

6 A5.2

CLEAT PLAM. 3/4" MDF

PTD. 5/8" GYP. STL.BD.PLATE ON 2 1/2"MEL STUDS

2'-5 1/2"

2'-5 1/2"

ON 2 1/2"MEL STUDS

6 X 6 X 1/4" 5/8" GYP. BD. STL. PTD. PLATE ON 2 1/2"MEL STUDS WELDED TO 3"Ø STL. PIPE PTD.

SEALANT

SCHEDULED LIGHT FIXTURESCHEDULED FIXTURE 1" PLAM TABLETOP 1" PLAM LIGHT TABLETOP SCHEDULED LIGHT FIXTURE -COORIDATE W/ MILLWORK -COORIDATE W/ MILLWORK ATTACHED TO WD. -COORIDATE W/ MILLWORKATTACHED TO WD.

HEDULED LIGHT FIXTURE -TYP. ORDINATE W/ MILLWORK

(4) 1-1/4" FLAT HEAD NO. 9 5/8" SCREWS PTD. GYP. BD.

A5.2

2'-5 1/2"

2'-6"

2'-5 1/2"

2'-6"

2X3 WD FRAMING (TYP)

TYP. BOOTH FRAMING TYP. BOOTH PLAN FRAMING PLAN

2

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

A5.2

3

2X WD FRAMING- BEL

BOOTH C

6'-10"

BOOTH C

8

BOOT

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" SCALE: BOOTH SEATING SECTION BOOTH SEATING SECTION BOOTH SEATING SECTION SCALE: 3/8" = 1'-0"

5

5

SCALE: 3/8" = 1'-0" SCALE: 3/8" = 1'-0"


PennDesign ARCH502 Design Studio

UPENN New Campus

The City as Project

Advisor: Nathan Hume In 2006, the population of Philadelphia reached its centurial minimum, although the 20- to 34-year-olds experienced the largest increment in terms of percentage over the whole country. In addition, innovation in technology has dramatically changed the structure of industry in Philadelphia. However, the school configuration cannot respond to the change of the industry as quick as possible.

Surrounding Path

Where 20-to 34-Year-Olds Live in Philadelphia The consequence of this mismatch of the old school configuration and emergency of novel industry is the shrinking of the local job market that firms of the emerging industry could not find the talents they demand. With the boom of young adults in Philadelphia, they are facing the perennial troubled school system and the local job market lacking opportunities to career which severely degrade Philadelphia’s reputation of being a dream place to youth, and thus compel many residents, including youth, make their mind to move. And this may be one of the most significant factors make frustrated people leave the city.

5PM-9PM

Lab/Office 9AM-5:30PM Lab/Office 9AM-5:30PM Study Room/Lecture Room 9AM-9PM

One of the best way to resolve this conflict is to adjust the configuration of the university to adapt to the fast changing pace of the industry so that the demanding of the local job market can be best met. According to the official statistics, info-communication industry is experiencing the most rapid increment in terms of weight of local economy. The potential programs of such a university are supposed to emphasize on the research of cutting edge nano technology and info-communication since the corresponding industry is the pillar industry of Philadelphia. Therefore, it is a great opportunity to deploy the new campus which can both facilitate the research targeting on the new industry and accommodate more part-time/full-time students specialized in this field. The outcome will boost the economy of the Philadelphia, which will be further optimized in terms of structure. And 14 young people will be of more chance to realize their dreams here.

Library/Study Room 9AM-9PM

Auditorium 9AM-3PM

Undergraduate Student PHD Student

Agents of Site

58 21

Section

15

Development Diagram

16

In


59

Human Density

Public Transportation Network

Gym

Lab/Office 10AM-3PM Office 9AM-5:30PM 10AM-3PM Library/Study Room 9AM-9PM

Lab/Office

Office 9AM-5:30PM

Library/Study Room 9AM-9PM Auditorium Exhibition Space

10AM-3PM

5:30PM-9PM

Part-Time Student

Academic Vistor

Resident

Staff

Lecture Room

2000sft

Library

2500sft

Meeting Room

1950sft

Tutorial Room

2000sft

Canteen

1800sft

nterior Program Zoning

16

Roof Plan of Scheme


PROJECT 1

PennDesign ARCH501 Design Studio

CONCEPT 1: Nature

Vaporiz

LIQUID

Tensegrity INSTALLATION Advisor: Simon Kim Team Member: Shiyuan Wang

Conden Heat

In nature, a phase transition is the transformation of thermodynamic system from one state of matter to another. For instance, liquid water will be transformed into the vapor phase if temperature is sufficiently high. On the other hand, decrement of temperature or increment of pressure will cause water vapor to condense into liquid water. The phase transition of water is associated with change of the density of the matter. More precisely, molecules of the liquid water are subjected to strong hydrogen bonds which tightly bind molecules together. Evaporation will break the hydrogen bonds. Thus, molecules of the water vapor are of small mutual interaction and large inter-molecular separation.

Heat

Heat Water Density= 1,000.00 kg/mÂł

STASIS

PROTOTYPE I

PROJECT 1 PROTOTYPE II Tensegrity, tensional integrity or floating compression, is a structural principle based on the use of isolated components in compression inside a net of continuous tension, in such a way that the compressed members do not touch each other and the prestressed tensioned members delineate the system spatially. D

A

B

A

E

C

E A D

D

B

D

F

C

F A E

B

E

B

C

F

C F

HYBRID Component A

Connection between A and B

Rule of hybrid

a1 b2

b2

a6

a2

a a3

A

c

+

a

b

=

b1

b3

b1

A a5

B

a A

B

a1 a2 b6

a6 b4

b6

a4

A

b5

b5 a3

a5

Component B

a4 b2

b3

b1

b1

B

b2

A

B

b6

b3

a A

+

a

A

c

=

b4

b6

a A

b5

Rule A1

b b5

b4 b1

b2

B

b6

a6

b4

Rule A2

60

b1

a1

A

a5 b3

a4 b5

B

a2 b6

a3 b5


61

AGGREGATION The first form is to build it in a circle

The connection between two components

The second form is to develop from a center

zation

GAS

nsation

1

2

t Water Vapor Density=0.59764kg/m³

PANIC

PATTERN

B

A

PLAN 1:10

CATALOG

LEVEL I

RULE

II

III

IV

V

A1+B1+A1+B1

A1

A1

B1

A1

B1

A1

B1

A2

B2

A1

B1

A1

B2

A1

B1

A2

B1

A1

B2

A1

B2

A1

B2

A2

B1

A1+B1+A2+B1

A1+B1+A1+B2

A1+B1+A2+B1

a1

A1+B2+A1+B2 a2

a6

b3

A a3

a5

b4 a4 b2

b3

b1

B

a1

a1

A

A

b5 a3

a5

A1+B2+A2+B1

a2

a6 b4

a2 b6

a6

a3

a5 a4

a4

Rule B1 RANDOM b2

a6

b3

b4

a4

b1

a1

A

a5

b2

B

a2 b6

a6

a4 b5

a1

A

a5 b3

a3

a2

a3

b4

ELEVATION B 1:10

Rule B2

CLUSTER SELF-MAKING MACHINE


PennDesign ARCH726 Furniture Design

The Mask Advisor: Katrin Mueller-Russo

1'-9 1/2"

With a rich and cultural history from China, the origin of the Chinese Opera masks is rooted in the F ancient religious shamanism.F The colorful masks first serveFas a vital role in conducting healing F rituals back in the earliest days where knowledge of medication has been limited. These masks then evolve to become more associated with the theatrical performances with its bright colors that depict the personality traits of human beings.

F

By juxtaposing the characteristics of people with basic geometrical form in mind, the exploration is to re-create how a simple geometrical shape can evolve to become a furniture piece that has characteristics or emotions shown. Gravitational force is introduced to change a cylinder form. With its two parallel bases connected by a curved surface being disturbed in its volume, this results deformation of its basic shape to become ergonomic and form a curve line that resembles the lips that belongs to the face of a Chinese Opera mask. By applying colors and facial features to the chair, it further enhances the emotions or shows the characteristics of a person, of which a Chinese Opera performer is trying to get across to the audience.

F

F

Concept Diagram

F

F F

F F

F

F F

F

Front View

F

Side View

62

F

F

F

F

F


2'-6"

2'-3 1/2"

2'-6"

2'-3 1/2"

1'-9" 1'-5"

2'-6"

2'-3"

1'-5"

2'-6"

2'-3"

1'-9 1/2"

2'-3"

63

2'-3"

1'-3 3/4"

1'-3 3/4"

1'-9"

1'-4 3/4"

1'-4 3/4"

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