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SHENGXI WU· PORTFOLIO This portfolio contains the design work of Shengxi Wu School of Architecture University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA University of Shenzhen, China


Chicago, U.S. Champaign, U.S.

Petite-Riviere-de-Nippes, Haiti El Canton, Honduras


CONTENT PREFACE - CREATIVE VISUALIZATION

ACSA SUMMER PROGRAM - HAITI CHALLENGE BUILDING HEALTH CHALLENGE COMPETITION

CENTRO DE SALUD (HEALTH CENTER) DESIGN SOLID IS JUST BETTER - CONCRETE STUDIO FOCAL POINT CHICAGO - URBAN COMPLEX


BUILDING TYPE

COMBINATION

URBANUS architecture & design, SHENZHEN, CHINA Future City - Baishizhou Redevelopment, Shenzhen, CHINA Graphic design | Modeling | Concept development

INTERLOCKING


CREATIVE VISUALIZATION - collection of intern and graphic work CREATIVE ILLUSTRATION APPLICATION OF AUGMENTED REALITY IN CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION Self-guided Visualization Project - Absolute Pitch Test Prototype Pop-up Model DESIGN - [architecture] IN THE AGE OF [digital] REPRODUCTION Medical Research Project ILLUSTRATION at Léogâne, Haiti SOPHOMORE DESIGN STUDIO - ARTIST VILLA - design concept TRANSLATION

INTERN WORK Future City – Baishizhou Redevelopment ILLUSTRATION DIAGRAM DAyun Nan Commercial District highline ILLUSTRATION DIAGRAM collection of renderings and design iterationS


CREATIVE WORK APPLICATION OF AUGMENTED REALITY IN CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION ARCHITECT'S ROLE IN CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION After the design has been finalized, documented and handed off to the winning contractor, construction commences. The architect serves as an 'overseer' of the project to ensure that it is built according to the design documents. ARCHITECT'S EXPERIENCE OF ISSUING PUNCHLIST

TRADITIONAL EXPERIENCE Group of architects carries drawings on site PERFORM

INSPECTION

DESIGN DOCUMENTS

BUILDING REWORK

K C HE C RE

CHECK

ISSUE

ARCHITECT

Docum annot

RETURN GUIDE

PUNCHLIST

CONTRACTOR

When the project is almost complete, the contractor will provide a list of items that needs to be addressed before the job is considered finished. This ‘punch list’ of items is inspected by the architect.

AR EXPERIENCE Single architect carries a tablet with digital drawings and digital model

Docum tablet


ment observation with sketch, tation and photography

ment observation with t application

Compiling observation report at office

Shared on Server

Punchlist Issued

Wireless upload report on server Real time AR overlays digital model to camera, helps with architect's inspection

Autofill project information using building plans and GPS data

On-screen sketch tool Camera tool Vocal comments input


CREATIVE WORK Independent Study – Absolute Pitch Test Prototype university of illinois at urbana champaign Self-guided Visualization Project for ECE101 ABSOLUTE PITCH(AP), widely referred to as perfect pitch, is a rare auditory phenomenon characterized by the ability of a person to identify or re-create a given musical note without the benefit of a reference tone. Usually an aural test need to be done to identify such music talent. Generally, absolute pitch implies the following abilities:

SOUND

provide sound e of iden sound e

ABLITY TO IDENTIFY SINGLE PITCH

An AP possessor can accurately reproduce a heard tone on their musical instrument without "hunting" for the correct pitch.

GRAPH

display of the p backgro

PLAY/

ABLITY TO IDENTIFY CHORD

An AP possessor can accurately tell each component notes of a chord after hearing it without formal aural training.

COMBINED INTO AN INTERACTIVE TEST PROTOTYPE

play a touch type sel

Design and integrate all these aural tests within an interactive user interface prototype to help identify if one is an AP possessor at any time, any place.

PITCH/

ABLITY TO IDENTIFY SOUND

An AP possessor can name the pitches of common everyday sounds such as car horns and alarms and accurately reproduce it.

switch single p test of id


D TYPE SELECTION

e options from instruments to daily effects, examine the user’s ability ntifying pitch of instrument or daily effects

HIC EQUALIZER

frenquency bands playing audio on ound

/STOP

a new sound per based on sound lection

/CHORD MODE SWITCH

audio playback mode between pitch and chord. provide advancing dentifying chord components

STAVE DISPLAY

show correct input pitch on stave

TEST FINISH MARK

shows up only when a pitch/all pitches of a chord are correctly selected

VOLUME CONTROL

VOCAL INPUT alternative input method design for vocalist

KEYBOARD INPUT

a touch keyboard that only lit up and play corresponding pitch when a correct answer was touched by user


CREATIVE WORK POP-UP MODEL IN a BOX ARCH576 - [architecture] IN THE AGE OF [digital] REPRODUCTION university of illinois at urbana champaign Select Case: Folded Bridge by Axi:Ome Instructor: Erik Hemingway

digital

production

re-production

analog

re-production

Observation : project in real

Revisualization


evisualization : recreate assembly diagram

production

Redesign : A POP-up Model


CREATIVE WORK KAY FAMN YO WOMENN'S HOUSE CONSTRUCTION ILLUSTRATION MEDICAL PROJECT CONSTRUCTION ILLUSTRATION AT LÉOGÂNE, HAITI university of illinois at urbana champaign Instructor: Mark Taylor


With Dr. Charles and Holden The Owner and My Partner Summer Trip to Haiti in 2014 In front of Kay Famn Yo


CREATIVE WORK university of SHENZHEN, CHINA SOPHOMORE DESIGN STUDIO - ARTIST VILLA - design concept TRANSLATION Instructor: Zhong Zhong

PRIVATE

INSPIRE

CHALLENGE

TRANSLATE

1

dIAGRAM presentation

SITE

STUDIO

2

LIVING ROOM

SOLUTION

BENEFIT

3

LIVING ROOM


BETTER ACCESS

CIRCULATION

EXHIBIT PRIVATE

STUDIO

G M

G M

EXHIBIT PUBLIC

MEETING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

PUBLIC

RECEPTION AREA

BETTER VIEW

EXHIBIT PRIVATE

EXHIBIT PUBLIC

MEETING ROOM RECEPTION AREA LIVING ROOM


INTERN WORK URBANUS architecture & design, SHENZHEN, CHINA Dayun Nan Commercial District highline, Shenzhen, cHINA Graphic design | Schematic design | Concept development

BUSINESS HIGHRISES

COMMERCIAL PODIUM

HIGH LINE SYSTEM

SITE


INTERN WORK ROSSTARRANT architectS, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, USA collection of renderings and design iterations University of Kentucky Athletic Project | Other Education Facilities Across Kentucky


THE HAITI CHALLENGE

- University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Project Type :

Team Project

Team Member :

Erasmo Ortega Eric Ellis Holden Scully Jeremy Copley Kevin Grewe Lawrence Wyman Manasvinee Pramod Minhoo Kim Neris Sandoval Shengxi Wu Yang Yu

Date :

Jun. 2014 Grad

Studio :

ARCH572 Summer 2014

Instructor :

Lynne Dearborn

Category :

Town Planning

Site Location : Petite-Rivière-de-Nippes


UNDERSTAND THE COMMUNITY MEETING WITH LOCAL PEOPLE

Meeting with Engineers : "Haiti is CAPABLE" - Pollution and sanitation is a main concern - Explained proposed projects, and possible sites - Working mechanism for projects - Priorities for new projects- Agriculture & Education - Building codes and regulations - Need for an urban plan

Meeting with Pastors : "Haiti is CAPABLE" - Education is the main priority - The need for English teaching - Agriculture improvements with better irrigation - Master plan improvement

Meeting with Mayor “When you don't have anything everything is a priority" - Priorities being Electrification and Education - Explained current situation of project, post earthquake - Current situation of land ownership

Meeting with Delatour "Nobody accepted slavery as the ultimate human condition" - History of the life in Haiti - Historic preservation for post earthquake architecture - Tourism development plans for Port-Au-Prince, Cap Haitien - Building Back Better Communities


NIPPES POPULATION DENSITY

CURRENT POPULATION 15% 35%

Petite-Rivierede-Nippes

32,000 1.7% Growth in 2013

Sillegue

Bezin

50%

Fonds de Lianes Cholette

Miragone

LABOR CONDITION 20%

Paillant

15%

35% Unemployment

Nippes Fond Des Negres 30%

35% 7,840 Unemployed Adult

COMMUNITY SECTION 400m

LAND DISPUTE Sillegue

350m 150m

Fonds de Lianes

Haiti average

5% of land is legally accounted for in Haiti

1,335mm Cholette 1,168mm

1,461mm

37% Deeds Rural Land Ownership

1,161mm 63% Claim


CURRENT TOWN PLAN A LINEAR GROWING TOWN Stage One 5-8 Year Growth Plan - addition of 152 homes, 24 retail, and 18 mixed use - 6-8 member homes - 1000-1100 people

PROS - Existing road can provide immediate infrastructure to allow for fast progress - Easy access to the village for outsiders - Visibility to passersby and hence increases commercial sales CONS - Dangerous as the highway, commercial and residential shares street - Growth will be curtailed by the town eventually reaching neighboring towns - Multiple centers will have to form to reduce the need for travel - Water front becomes backyard - heavily polluted with trash

Water Pollution Highway Government Public Facilities Education Commercial Retail Residential


DOCUMENTING THE TOWN

CURRENT MASTER PLAN


FUTURE TOWN PLAN BYPASS AND WATER FRONT DEVELOPMENT Stage Two 8-12 Year Growth Plan - addition of 140 homes, 28 retail, and 6 mixed use - 6-8 member homes - 1200-1500 people Co-op

Park Dock & Recreation

Bamboo Farm

Farms to grow bamboo. Educative in nature as well as to increase eco-friendly construction materials

Growth of the co-op to account for multiple crops, and larger scales

Farmlands friendly to tourists, to educate and give farmers incentives to improve their agricultural methods


Park & Playground Education

Hotel & Tourism

Transportation Bypass

Zone for education and research development Road to bypass the town of Petite to allow for higher traffic loads on the highways Eliminate waterfront pollution by establishing trash recycle program Expanding the dock to account for water recreation on the reef

Secondary green belt acts as a breather space

Tourist zone to develop tourism

FUTURE MASTER PLAN


PROPOSED ANCHORED PROJECTS FOUR FURTHER PROPOSED PROJECTS Co-operatives A Space to bring the grass roots farmer to the market for his product. Educating the farmer to better the growth of his crop as well utilize resources to the fullest. Media Center Bringing education to the rural community of Petite-Riviere-de-Nippes. A link to the rest of the country, with the help of new age technology. Fishing Dock A boat dock for the local fisherman. To allow for a harbor for temporary transfer of goods, and storage of fresh catch. Market A structure to provide an organized market for daily sales, for goods like fruits vegetables, and other household items. Flexible in nature to provide the town for a secondary gathering space.


PROPOSED MARKET Team Member :

Neris Sandoval Shengxi Wu


DEMONSTRATION OF BIOGAS COOKING


Waste Collection Agricultural and human waste will be collected for recycle

Water Collection 4 tons/day of rainwater is collected and used for cleaning and cooking

Fruits &Veggies Market as an incentive for local farmers’ development

Co-op Section The market will work with the co-op to promote new products Craft Section Market as an incentive for local craftmenship development

Fresh Fish Each cublicle provides a solar chiller

Efficient Sanitary Biogas digestors are used to produce gas for cooking

Cooking Section Biogas is used to cook meat and fish everyday Pedestrian Vehicle

MARKET AXON

Security Section Daily security is provided to ensure the markets’ success Livestock Section Market as an incentive for local farmers’ development


EDUCATIONAL VALUE MARKET AS A DEMONSTRATION TOOL OF ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGY

Solar Panels

Light

Fan

Cooking Daily Cleaning

Solar Chiller SOLAR ENERGY COLLECTION SYSTEM

RECYCLE SYSTEM

Gutter System

Water Tank

Pressure Tank

RAINWATER COLLECTION SYSTEM

Water Tank Waste Collection


Organic Waste Collection

Biogas Cooking

Recycle/Upcycle

Waste Sorting

Bio-digestor BIOGAS SYSTEM

Water Tank

Biogas System

Rainwater Collection System

Solar Chiller

SECTION DIAGRAM


DEMONSTRATION OF SOLAR CHILLER


MARKET CLOSED DAY - PUBLIC GATHERING SPACE


TOGETHER IN EL PARAISE

- University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Project Type :

Team Project

Team Member :

Annie Sit Bejil Thomas Shengxi Wu

Date :

Mar. 2012 UG

Studio :

ARCH476 SP2012

Instructor :

Mark Taylor

Category :

Healthcare

Site Location :

El Canton, Honduras


UNDERSTAND THE COMMUNITY WHY IS HEALTHCARE SO IMPORTANT IN EL CANTON?

0

Healthcare Facility

2.5 10

Hours Walk

Fatal Diseases

5,000

People

El Canton does not have any health center in their rural community. People who suffer from diseases have to go to health center in other town, which is a serious problem if emergency happens.

Most people there do not have access to car. Currently the closest place to seek medical attention is in the county seat of Teupasenti, a 2 and 1/2 hour walk from El Canton, which is very time consuming.

People in El Canton are threatened by various of diseases, such as AIDS, dengue, malaria, yellow fever, cholera and hepatitis. Some of them are highly infectious or even fatal.

Because of El Canton’s central location, if the new health center is built, it will benefit a total of 12 communities, providing access to basic health care to nearly 5,000 people.


Together in El Paraise is a place for the residents of El CantĂłn and the surrounding communities to heal. The goal of Together in El Paraise is not only a place to get well, but also is a hub for the community to gather and create a support network. Upon completion, Juntos en El ParaĂ­so will be the center that helps create a sense of belonging for the communities in the region.

SITE PLAN


CONCERNS AND SOLUTIONS CONCERN I

Non-skillful Labor Force

1 Reception 2 Exam Room 3 Waiting Area 4 Garden 5 Office 6 Medical Storage 7 General Storage 8 Treatment Room 9 Exam Room/Infirmary 10 Waiting Area 11 Restrooms 12 Dental Rooms

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


PLAN DESIGN The organization of the plan emphasizes the patient experience and privacy. The program is divided into outpatient and inpatient services. The outpatient consult and dental clinic are in the center pavilion to provide easy access to patients with minor illnesses. The treatment and inpatient ward enjoy more privacy and isolation from the public areas.

COMPRESSED EARTH BLOCK — Main Building Material The incorporation of CEB provides several opportunities for this small span structure. The first being ease of construction with consideration to volunteer labor, inavailability of power tools and the use of local materials. Another being the building’s structural module can be discreet enough to match the local vernacular and provide a high level of versatility for future additions. A modualized brick wall system

MODUAL

The 3.2m x 3.2m module provides flexibility for the clinic operation, as well as repetition for the ease of construction

SOLUTION

Modualize

Building Plan, Materials


CONCERNS AND SOLUTIONS CONCERN II

Earthquake

and Other Natural Disasters

Reinforced Brick Column

1 Poured concrete foundation on moisture barrier and # 3 rebar 0.6m on center. # 4 re-bars are positioned vertically according to the placement of columns and windows in a repeated module. These extend vertical 0.6m, then grooving wire.

Concrete Sill Beam

2 At the column points the CEB alternate between header and stretcher, providing vertical reinforcement in both directions. Half bricks are used to stabilize the voids.

At 1.2m, a reinforced sill bea brick wall, providing lateral s walls. Windows are placed a installed with mortar betwee


#4 Rebars extend from foundation and connect to bond beam and lintel #3 Stirrup every 1’-0� on center

Reinforced Brick Column with grout voids

Concrete Bond Beam with 3# Stirrup and #4 Bar

Concrete Sill Beam with #4 Bar

Concrete Bond Beam

3

am is cast in place atop the low support for all interior and exterior atop sill beam and bricks are en window hangars.

4 Wall is then capped with a reinforced concrete bond beam, extending through all interior and exterior walls.

SOLUTION

Dual Beam Reinforced Structure


CONCERNS AND SOLUTIONS Prevailing wind (from north, east, and northeast)

CONCERN III

Cooling

Ventilation and Lighting

Summer Solstice

The new health clinic implements passive strategies that integrate with the roof and building design. The building orientation takes advantage of the prevailing wind directions to encourage cross ventilation. The building includes a double layer roof system. The photovoltaic panels on the top layer not only serves as a shading device but also reduces the solar heat gain through the building’s roof.

Winter Solstice

Photovoltaic panels supported by bamboo space frame Incinerator

Prevailing winds remove oddor

Photovoltaic roof absorbs solar energy and decreases thermal heat gain on roof Cross ventilation cools interior spaces

Latrine pit

SECTION A-A

SECTION B-B


OVERALL ROOF STRUCTURE

Photovoltaic Panels

Bamboo Space Frame

Corrugated Metal Roof

Wood rafters supported by concrete lintel

Reinforced brick column

Concrete sill beam Concrete bond beam

SOLUTION

Dual Roof

with Passive Strategies


CONCERNS AND SOLUTIONS CONCERN IV

Energy

and Roof Structure

The roof structure is composed of two levels, the lower roof protects the building interiors from natural elements; the upper roof, supported on bamboo space frame structure, shields the building from direct sunlight, while reducing solar heat gain in the building. Composed of photovoltaic panels, the upper roof diverts the sun’s radiation into usable energy to power the campus. Solar energy can also be stored for future use in batteries.

Photovoltaic Panel Installation Diagram

SLR150 Solar end-clamp

Photovoltaics panel 100cm x 170cm

SLR100 Solar mid-clamp

1cm bolt P1000T U-channel UP-MPDS Unipier strut support Space frame top plate and cross plate connector

Base plate

Cross plate I


Cross plate II

Arm plate

Bamboo frame

SPACE FRAME JOINTS

All plates are 8mm thick Fasten all members with 10mm bolts

For ease of construction, the bamboo space frame members are pre-fabricated in the nearby town and are easily transported to the project site because the components are small and light weight (compared to conventional wood truss).

SOLUTION

Solar Panel and Space Frame


View from Courtyard The site aims at creating a welcoming and intimate ambience for patients and families. The open courtyard and garden between the buildings allow people to relax and enjoy nature.

Exam Room/Infirmary


South Elevation


SOLID IS JUST BETTER

- University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Project Type :

Individual Project

Date :

Sept. 2014 Grad

Studio :

ARCH571 FA2014

Instructor :

Jeff Poss

Category :

Architecture Tectonic

Site Location :

Champaign, IL


PHASE 1 - FORMWORK STUDY: CONCRETE LAMP ARIZONA CASE STUDY - FLEXIBLE FORMWORK In contrast to traditional rigid moulds such as timber or steel formwork, cable formwork could be manipulated into any kind of shape. Its flexibility allows designer to position the formwork in a very sculptured way and take advantage of the fluidity of concrete, creating highly optimized, architecturally interesting building forms. All these characteristics make cable formwork perfect for a concrete lamp design.


CONCEPT SKETCH


CONCRETE LAMP ARIZONA


PHASE 2 - AN OBSERVING SPACE Seats

CONCEPT - TIME AND LIGHT Phase 3 is a further exploration on light and concrete formwork. This is a natural light capture device inspired by an analemmatic sundial.

Pebble Paving Large Observing Space

Drainage 4-Season Units

In this project, tie of concrete formwork is part of the important design element which is being used as a guide to indicate time.

Formwork Ties Light Slot

As sunlight cast into each units, it lights up the ties, casting shadows on the concrete wall. These ties are deliberately positioned such that the number of ties that casted shadows changed hourly, indicating the elapse of time.

December Solstice Unit September Equinox Unit

March Equinox Unit

June Solstice Unit

PLAN

1

2

3

4

5

6


CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCES 2nd Cast

1' Timber Plank Corbel

1st Cast

1

2 Light Notch 1' Tie Grid

Precast Roof

Drainage

Precast Unit

Concrete Corbel

Extruded Ties

3

4


SECTION COMPONENT Roof Drainage Concrete Tie Supports Metal Cap

Bearing Pads on Corbel

Stepped Down Gutter Roof Drainage Project Wall with Ties

JOINT DETAIL

NORTH-SOUTH SECTION


Stepped Down Roof Openings allowing morning sun coming in

EAST-WEST SECTION


ANIMATION STUDY - HOURLY SCENES SCREENSHOTS OF RENDERING VIDEO

8:00 AM

4 Ties

9:00 AM

3 Ties

11:00 AM

1 Ties

12:00 PM

0 Ties

Noon Notch

10:00 AM

2 Ties

13:00 PM

0 Ties

Next Notch


INTERIOR OBSERVING SPACE


FOCAL POINT CHICAGO - University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Project Type :

Team Project

Team Member : Annapoorna Halepatali Shengxi Wu Date :

Sept. 2013 Grad

Studio :

ARCH572 FA2013

Instructor :

Botand Bognar

Category :

Urban Complex

Site Location :

Chicago, USA


URBAN CONTEXT

DOWNTOWN CHICAGO

RESIDENTIAL BLOCK

CHICAGO RIVER WATER FRONT

MASTER PLAN

The site is located just south of the Chicago loop and Congress Parkway next to the Chicago River. The two city-block size site is bounded by the River on the west, W. Harrison St. on north, S. Wells St. on the east and extends till W. Polk St. in the south. The 8.75 acres site is currently empty. The site is embraced by a combination of residential, commercial and hospitality buildings with heavy traffic concentrated on the Harrison Street. The Well Street on the eastern side has considerably less traffic with more parking areas. Construction materials like glass, brick, stone are abundantly used which forms the greater part of the architecture of the vicinity. The challenge here is to develop a design which integrates into the community and thus giving a sense of stability to the eye.


SITE VIEW

RIVER VIEW

SITE ANALYSIS

The site can be accessed from the Harrison street(northern side) and the exit could be made into the Well street (eastern side) for efficient circulation. Glass, brick and granite can be used in the design to blend with the surroundings. An open space could be provided at the entrance to get a better view of the city and the park. This space acts as a transition space.


FOCAL POINT CONCEPT

The three buildings, Hotel, Gallery and the Arena, which serve different purposes leisure, knowledge and entertainment, are treated with equal importance in this program. The main concept of the design is the fundamental element of architecture-“The Visual Axis�. The orientation of main axis of the Hotel and the Gallery aligned with the Chicago River and Wells St.- to make the site harmoniously blend with the trapezoidal site. The Hotel and the Gallery were designed to be high rises to blend with the Chicago skyline and it is balanced with the less verticality of Arena by making it, the Arena the focal point between these two buildings and to the site. The Arena was framed between the other two buildings to provide the visitors from the main entrance on Harrison St, a grand entrance. Narrowing flight of steps breaks the monotony, elevates the perspective and heightens anticipation as visitors approach the building complex at the podium level, where they are greeted by an open space triangulated by the three buildings. Open spaces and the river walk encourage the visitors to, appreciate the forms of the buildings, enjoy nature and appreciate the urban landscape of Chicago

1

Traffic & Visual Axis

2

Align Building Mass

3

Elevate Buildings

4

Pedestrian Access

5

Visual Access


SITE PLAN

The site can be accessed from the Harrison street(northern side) and the exit could be made into the Well street (eastern side) for efficient circulation. An open space could be provided at the entrance to get a better view of the city and the park. This space acts as a transition space.

1 Hotel Tower 2 Art Gallery 3 Arena 4 Outdoor Cafe 5 Overlooking deck 6 Steps to 2nd Podium 7 Riverwalk 8 1st Podium Roof Top 9 2nd Podium Roof Top 10 Service Vehicle Entry 11 Main Vehicle Entry 12 Front Drop Off 13 Hotel Service Entry 14 Hotel Entry 15 Ground Podium Entry 16 Basement Parking Ramp


PODIUM SYSTEM

1 Hotel Lobby 2 Retail 3 Arena Lobby 4 Gallery Lobby 5 Walk Path 6 Spill Out Space 7 Parking Ramp 8 Gallery Drop Off 9 Hotel Drop Off 10 Arena Service Yard

ROAD LEVEL PLAN

2ND LEVEL PLAN


URBAN CONTEXT STUDY

AERIAL VIEW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Hotel Lobby Cafe Atrium Arena Lobby Gallery Lobby Arena Spill Out Staff Dinning Retail Arena Court Overlooking Deck

Arena Court Arena Lobby Arena Podium Platform Arena Spill Out Office Pantry Retail Pedestrian Vehicle

3RD LEVEL PLAN

FOCAL POINT - ARENA


HOTEL AND GALLERY

LEVEL 14 - BRIDGE ROOF PLAN

SUITE ROOM - LOWER LEVEL

1 Suite Rooms 2 Lobby 3 Rooms-1 4 Rooms-2 5 Service Rooms 6 Storage 7 Pantry 8 Atrium Below 9 Terrace 10 Special Gallery 11 Kitchen 12 Indoor Sculpture 13 Education Space

SUITE ROOM - HIGHER LEVEL

LEVEL 33 - RESTAURANT PLAN

TYPICAL ROOM


B Level 34 - Roof Top Level 33 - Restaurant

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Lobby Restaurant Kitchen Banquet Hall Discotheque Storage/Pantry Restrooms Terrace

B

Suite and Typical Rooms

Level 14 - Bridge Roof Semi-public Conference Rooms Level 9 - Mechanical Floor

Restaurant, Banquet Hall

Level 3 - Podium Top Level 2 - 2nd Podium Level 1 - Road Level

Level B4 - Parking Basement

HOTEL SECTION B-B


HOTEL AND GALLERY

STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM


Level 34 - Roof Top

C C

Hotel Rooms

Art Gallery

Level 14 - Bridge Roof

Auditorium

Connection Bridge

Auditorium

Level 10 - Bridge Level

Gallery

Dining

Podium Top (3rd Level)

Level 1 - Road Level

Level B4 - Parking Basement

BRIDGE SECTION C-C

2nd Podium


ARENA

Pedestrian Vehicle 1 Lobby 2 Reception/Ticket Counter 3 Office 4 Cafe/Pantry 5 Visitor’s Locker 6 Public Cafe 7 Janitor 8 HVAC/AHU Room 9 Electrical Room 10 Conference Room 11 Records Storage 12 Event Manager 13 Staff Dining 14 Equipment Storage 15 Public Activity Room 16 Hall of Fame - Display 17 Productions Office 18 Drinking Fountain

ARENA - ROAD LEVEL PLAN


Tensile Cable Supported Membrane Roof

D Roof Top Level 5 - Private Space Level 4 - Public Space Level 3 - Public Entry Level 2 - Private Space Level 1 - Public Drop Off

Level B4 - Parking Basement

ARENA SECTION D-D

D


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