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Client & Contribution Profile

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Resume

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Design Purpose Diagram

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Statement of Professional Goal

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Building Exterior Elevation

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Abstract

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Building Exterior Render

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Concept

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General First Floor Furniture Plan

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Precedent Study ( Local ) - South East False Creek Community Center

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General First Floor Ceiling Plan

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Precedent Study ( National ) - Cassie Campbell Community Center

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General Second Floor Furniture Plan

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Precedent Study ( International ) - Herstedlund Community Center

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General Second Floor Ceiling Plan

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Climates & Sustainability Analysis

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Lobby & Public Space

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History Analysis

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SEED Organic International Cusine Restaurant

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Population Analysis

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Aqua Life Swimming & Fitness center

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Health & Wellness Analysis

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FarmerLand Organic & Local Grown Produce Market

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Site Analysis

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Rebirth Organic Beauty Salon

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Site Plan

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Calla Child Care Center

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Existing Building Analysis

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Four Season Multi-Purpose Room

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Transportation Analysis

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International Culinary Art School

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Existing Floor Plan & Image

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Bibliography

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Target User Profile

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$XWRELRJUDSK\ My name is Chung Shao Shih. People usually call me Tony. I was born and grew up in Taipei which is the capital city of Taiwan. Taipei is an international city that hosts international expositions very often. My views and thinking are vanguard and international. When I was a child, I visited many countries. When I was in junior high school, I studied at an international school in Shanghai, China because of my father‘s work. I met students from different countries who spoke different languages. The experience made me become more multicultural. When I was in secondary school, I studied in Vancouver, Canada because our family immigrated there. To me, Canada is the most peaceful and multicultural country in the world. It helped me communicated deeply with multi-culturul people. Moreover, Canada has the most beautiful natural environment in the world. After general education, I attended the Art Institute of Vancouver, which is the largest private art school in Vancouver. My major was interior design which is the major I was most interested in. I also took graphic design classes. The interior design program gave me the majority of the necessary skills for the profession. To be a successful designer you must have complete theory, strong experience, practiced skill and rational passion. Moreover, the vanguard and international thinking also is important. Since I studied at art institute of Vancouver, I had a job in the biggest Asian super market in Canada. The job was to decorate the super market display. I usually helped with the supermarket decorating when any festivals or big events took place. This job let me have more experience about how to decorate and design the commercial space. After I graduated from the art institute of Vancouver, I worked at Noi design studio for about a year. The studio focuses on residential design. From this studio, I learned to design real cases and how to control the budget. I also understood how real design firms work.


Academy of Art University [San Francisco, California, USA] - Master of Fine Art - Interior Architecture & Design Art Institute of Vancouver [Vancouver BC., CANADA] - Interior Design Diploma

2010 – 2012 2007 – 2009

Languages Fluent in English; Mandarin; Taiwanese; Cantonese

Skills/Abilities Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Autodesk CAD, Autodesk 3DS MAX VRAY, Autodesk VIZ, Autodesk Revit, Adobe Creative Suite Professional Skill Good copywriting skills in both English and Chinese Proficiency in graphic design skill Deeply Understand North America & Asia design environment and requirement Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills Good leadership, sociable, honest, respondsive, diplomatic, careful and detail oriented Able to work successfully and productively in a team environment or independently Able to deal with multi-tasks effectively, High energy level, ability to multitask, establish priorities and excellent problem-solving skills

Work Experience [San Francisco, United State] Kwan Henmi Architecture – Internship -Material board making -Interior material choosing Noi Design Studio – Designer Assistant in Taiwan - Space planing & construcation document - 3D modeling & Inspector site job T&T Supermarket – Grocery Assistant in Canada - Store Display & Stock management - Work productively in a team environment T&T Supermarket - General Service Assistant in Canada - Use good communication skill to Served customers in the friendly manner - Decorator of the festival displays ( Chinese New Year, X’mas, mid- autumn festival and dragon boat festival ) Kin’s Farm Market - Stock Person in Canada - Store Display & Stock management

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Community center What is community center ? Community center is public spaces where members of a community tend to gather for group activities, social support, public information, education, and other purposes. The community center is public and is usually open for the whole community. Some community centers are open for specialized groups within the greater community. Why community center design ? Community centers are very important for the Canadian community. People close by use community centers very often. Each community has its own community center in Canada. However, The Bridgeport community has no community center. Moreover, the population of Richmond is increasingly higher due to high rates of immigration. Therefore, the community would benefit having a community center for those living in the neighborhood. Sustainable Community Center A sustainable community center could spread ideology of sustainability to people. A sustainable community center could let people deeply understand the benefit to be ECO-Friendly. The sustainable community center I will design include a Lobby, Public Seating Area, Public Game Area, Restaurant, Swimming & Fitness Center, Child Care Center are on first floor. Multipurpose Room, Culinary Art School, Gym, Yoga Room, Lecture Room, Administration Office and Outdoor Seating Area are on second floor. Live Roof & Local Grown Garden on third floor.


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Generation Generation is a single step in natural descent, as of human beings, animals, or plants. Generation of Sustainability is an ecological concept that urges the current generation of humans to live sustainably and work for the benefit of the generation into the future. Sustainability sustainability is the long-term maintenance of responsibility, which has environmental, economic, and social dimensions, and encompasses the concept of stewardship, the responsible management of resource use. Sustainability is important to making sure that we have and will continue to have, the water, materials, and resources to protect human health and our environment. Photosynthesis Photosynthesis is a process used by plants and other organisms to capture the sun's energy to split off water's hydrogen from oxygen. Hydrogen is combined with carbon dioxide to form glucose and release oxygen. All living cells in turn use fuels derived from glucose and oxidize the hydrogen and carbon to release the sun's energy and reform water and carbon dioxide in the process Permaculture Permaculture is an ecological design system for sustainability in all aspects of human endeavor. It teaches us how build natural homes, grow our own food, restore diminished landscapes and ecosystems, catch rainwater, build communities and much more. Permaculturedevelops sustainable human settlements and self-maintained agricultural systems modeled from natural ecosystems


Precedent Study ( Local )– South East False Creek Community Center The South East False Creek Community Centre is located on the False Creek waterfront, in the heart of the Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Village. During the 2010 Winter Games the building was used as office space for the Olympic and Paralympic mayor, management staff and Four Host First Nations, and also hosted amenities for athletes. The facility will now be converted to a two-level, 4,227 square metre community centre including a child-care facility, a non-power boating centre, and space for a restaurant. It will be targeting LEED Platinum certification. South East False Creek Community Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2009 Title of the work - SEFC Community Centre URL - http://http://greenbuildingbrain.org/buildings/sefc_community_centre


ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT Like all of the buildings in Southeast False Creek, the Community Centre is characterized by the use of passive design to meet its energy efficiency targets. While conventional building design often relies on energy-intensive, mechanical systems to maintain a comfortable internal temperature, passive design uses the architecture itself to minimize the need for energy and to optimize thermal comfort, thus resulting in better building performance. The selection, size and placement of windows in the South East False Creek Community Centre introduce natural daylighting in the majority of its interior spaces. A well-insulated building envelope and consideration of the window-to-wall ratio help to minimize heat gains and losses during the summer and winter months, respectively. Shading devices and window glazing help to prevent the building from overheating by blocking excessive solar radiation in the summer. Operable windows and consideration of natural wind and air flow patterns promote cross-ventilation and allow a fresh supply of air inside. Heating/cooling requirements and domestic hot water are derived from a neighbourhood energy utility (NEU) that captures waste heat from the municipal sewage lines and distributes it throughout the community. Fifty-five solar hot water units supplement the

building’s energy sources. During the summer, the solar array provides hot water to the building and excess heat is sold to the NEU to be used in adjacent buildings. In the colder winter months, the Community Centre derives the balance of its heat energy from the NEU. The Community Centre utilizes a Variant Refrigerant Flow (VRF) system to control the heating and cooling of the interior space. This system responds quickly and efficiently to a change in the heating or cooling requirements, and allows for each indoor unit to control its room temperature. This is especially important in a community centre, where heating and cooling requirements can vary significantly in different spaces. The site is fitted with electric vehicle charging stations, and an electric vehicle will be available for community use for the first two years. Rainwater is collected in three large cisterns below grade and used for water efficient flushing and irrigation.


ECONOMY The passive design and mechanical strategies employed in the design and construction of the South East False Creek Community Centre are expected to result in substantial reduction in energy and lifecycle operating costs. Increased costs during construction in some areas (i.e. the more expensive building envelope) were off-set by down-sizing mechanical specifications. This meant that, overall, targeting LEED Platinum certification did not add a significant premium to the cost of the project. The building contains 15 percent of recycled materials, 20 percent of regionally-sourced materials, and certified wood throughout. This helps to support local green supply chains and build awareness of, and demand for, more environmentally-responsible building materials. "Green" products and technologies employed in the development of this project include Management software monitors, analyzes and reports on a building's energy consumption

COMMUNITY The South East False Creek Community Centre provides 69 daycare spaces for families in the community. The daycare is located on the third level and takes advantage of an adjacent outdoor play space on the roof of the community centre. The Centre includes a full-size gym, games room, arts and crafts room, three multi-purpose rooms, an aerobics studio and a fitness centre. The nonmotorized boating centre is fully integrated into the facility and includes a lecture and meeting room, office space, and change rooms, as well as boat and gear storage. It will serve a diverse water-based activity spectrum, including canoeing, kayaking, dragon boating and rowing. During the design and development of the Community Centre, several public open houses were conducted. Public interest in and support for the concept of the facility was very high, especially with the focus on recreational, human-powered boating. The diversity of uses—from community recreation to childcare to commercial opportunities—along with its integrated design will make the South East False Creek Community Centre a vibrant and enduring hub in the South East False Creek neighbourhood.


Precedent Study ( National )– Cassie Campbell Community Center The Cassie Campbell Community Center in Brampton creates a unique set of spaces for indoor and outdoor programming. The community center designed by Perkins+Will, the main program elements include a natatorium, indoor running track, gymnasium, and figure skating center of excellence, as well as a community hockey rink. The program elements are expressed as a series of boldly cantilevered gull wing roofs floating above masonry walls. These stone and block elements frame and organize the surrounding landscapes and outdoor program areas, which include a children’s play area, splash pad, basketball court, and entry plaza. A long timber trellis provides a space between outdoor and indoor programs and articulates a pedestrian link between the two main entrances as the south and west sides of the building. Within the building the public circulation is designed as a series of informal spectator lounges where a

multitude of leisure and athletic pursuits can be viewed at once. The City of Brampton was looking for architecture that was bold, modern and at the same time would fit into a residential context and convey a warm and inviting atmosphere. The Fletcher’s Meadow region of Brampton is home to many new Canadians. The area represents many cultures, creating a community with great ethnic diversity. As a result, the client and architects felt the need to develop an architectural language that was uniquely Canadian and that would exemplify a civic presence for this emerging community. Heavy timber, wood composite cladding and natural Wiarton limestone are used to create an architecture with regional materiality and character. The warmth of wood the wood elements and the hierarchy of their assembly are used to bring a human scale to a very large building, most notably at the three main entries and at the timber pergola which

frames the building’s active fore court. Wood was chosen for its inherent sustainability. Wood is a locally harvested product with low embedded energy cost that is inherently renewable. While external wood elements require ongoing maintenance, they present a highly durable and long lasting solution if properly cared for. Within the pool environment a wood structure is by far the preferred solution as it requires virtually no maintenance and will resist the corrosive environment indefinitely. In such an environment, even the most carefully detailed and coated steel components will begin to require extensive remedial work over time in the endless battle against corrosion. In this context wood provides excellent life cycle costing.


Cassie Campbell Community Centre, Brampton, Ontario, Canada, 2008 Title of the work - Cassie Campbell Community Centre / Perkins+Will Photographs: Lisa Logan Architectural Photography URL - http://www.archdaily.com/163604/cassie-campbell-community-center-perkinswill/ URL - http://www.perkinswill.com/work/cassie-campbell-community-centre.html


Precedent Study ( International )– Herstedlund Community Center Architectural Concept Community Centre Herstedlund provides the framework for a new residential area approximately 600 families. The site plan designed by Juul & Frost, is based on the idea of “the forest and the glades”. We elaborated on this theme as we designed the building as a large stylized tree at the edge of a glade. The programme of the building had to be very open and with the possibility to grow along with the new inhabitants.

Spatial Disposition To exploit the square feet available we cross-programmed the scheme to use the building and surrounding area both independently and in a flow of spatial connections. To emphasize the possibility of mix use, you may enter the building on both ground floor and directly to the first floor by an outdoor staircase. The different types of space and connections by floors: Ground level: Kitchen and toilet facilities. Staircase and lift connects the rest of the building. First floor: Performance space, custodian / disposal Second Floor: Multipurpose area, toilets and additional stocking space Third floor: Roof terrace

Design and Materials The construction is concrete columns and a deck construction of Filigree slabs. Stabilizing concrete elements represents the lift / stair case core. The closed facades are self-supporting sandwich elements in steel. Glass panels consist of energy glass with wood / alu -frames. External cladding is carried out in a combination of solid or perforated anodized aluminium plates. Interior walls are made of concrete and plaster. The floor on the ground level is slip-resistant vinyl and the overlying levels are floors made with sealants free painted industrial floors. The roof terrace is coated with rubber granules. Ceilings are constructed of fibre glass stretched lanes with underlying acoustic absorbents and basic lighting.

Sustainability The project meets the Tier 2 Energy, and has the following environmental initiatives included: Solar panels on top of the stair cases in combination with soil heating. Differential ventilation principles (Full mechanical, hybrid and control ventilation). Possibility for thermo active decks using soil heating for cooling in the summer. Collected Rainwater is used for flushing. Omission of hot water in toilets. Motion-controlled taps and lighting.

Community Centre Herstedlund, Albertslund, Denmark, 2009 Name of author - Nico Saieh Title of the work - “Community centre Herstedlund / Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter” Date of last revision – 06, Sep 2009 URL - http://www.archdaily.com/34043/community-centre-herstedlund-dorte-mandrup-arkitekter/


Herstedlund Community Center - Ground Floor

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Herstedlund Community Center - Second Floor

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&limates & Sustainability Analysis Richmond enjoys a temperate west coast climate. Unlike other parts of Canada the west coast gets little or no snow most winters, and because of Richmond's distance from the mountains, the average rainfall is 30% less than Vancouver's. While Richmond does not experience extreme temperatures, weather conditions can change quickly. Because of the high water table, very few houses in Richmond have basements and until the late 1980s, very few buildings were above 3 storeys high. Also, because of proximity to the airport, current building regulations limit the height of buildings to 150 feet. City’s vision of a sustainable Richmond is a healthy, safe and enriched island community with an innovative and prosperous economy and thriving natural systems, sustained for current and future generations. Planning and design of the City's built environment and the construction and maintenance of the City's infrastructure are key components to developing a world class city and maintaining a livable environment for its citizens. Design and construction of the built environment must be guided by a vision of the City's future and an eye on public safety and environmental concerns.

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Vancouver, Canada - Sunrise, sunset, dawn and dusk times, graph

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History Analysis Founding People Richmond is a land of many peoples. First Nations people were the first to come to the islands to fish and collect berries. The Coast Salish bands were known to have set up temporary camps, and they are said to have had year long dwellings on the islands which were scattered and moved from year to year. There are also reports of villages that existed at one time near Steveston and on Sea Island. The first European settlers to this area were farmers in the 1860's. The pattern of early settlement was oriented to the river, since it was easier to get around by boat than to cross the low-lying, often boggy interior areas of Lulu Island. The Fraser River also provided transport access to Richmond from the nearby City of New Westminster. Although the nature of the islands at the mouth of the Fraser suggests they were ideal locations for farms, farming was not easy; clearing, dyking and, in some cases, draining the land was a major task that had to be dealt with before the main work of farming could begin. Once begun, the diversity of agriculture was remarkable. In addition to grain

and feed crops, vegetable and berry growing was highly successful. Perhaps the two facets of local agriculture of greatest renown were dairying and berry growing, the latter of which remains important to this day. Two berry crops in particular, blueberries and cranberries, thrive in the more peaty soil of central and eastern Lulu Island. The need to build dykes was a significant factor in causing the early settlers to petition the Lieutenant Governor-in-Council to grant status as a municipality to Richmond in 1879. Local government was a necessity if dykes, roads, bridges and other services were to be developed and maintained. This early start means that Richmond is seven years older than neighbouring city, Vancouver. The abundance of the fishery attracted many more people to the area. From the early 1880's Richmond's fishing fleets brought their catches home to be processed in one of the numerous canneries that sprang up all along the river. This industry did more than bring fish to market. Related industries such as boat-building also thrived.

The vitality of the fishing industry attracted Japanese fishermen to Richmond, adding not just to the industry but to the richness of the local community. The growing cannery and boat building industries brought more migrant workers to the area. Among these were first nations people and the Chinese contract workers who originally came to British Columbia to build the railway. Steveston, in particular, became the centre of the fishing industry, gaining international fame for the quality and bounty of its canned salmon. Despite the pressures of changing times, Steveston has survived as a unique, diverse community that maintains strong ties with the sea. Richmond continues to attract in-migration from many other countries and from other parts of Canada, recent migration has been most notably from China and Hong Kong. Cultural diversity has enriched the city and made Richmond an exciting place to live. The land, the river and the sea made Richmond unique over a century ago, and that is still true today.

Richmond was incorporated as a municipality November 10, 1879, and Richmond was designated as a City on December 3, 1990. Richmond's islands were built up and shaped by the mighty Fraser River and it is the river that has shaped our growth. The fishery and the rich delta soil provided by the river has been the basis for our economy and industrial development. Richmond's history is rooted in fishing, agriculture, shipping, aviation, and later in manufacturing, service and technological industries.


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Richmond’s population age and sex distribution is measured every fi ve years by the census and estimated annually by BC Statistics using a population component/cohort survival model that considers fertility, mortality and migration According to the population growth estimates, between 2006 and 2009, population growth city-wide has averaged 3,534 people per year, or about 1.9 percent per year. The 2006 population represents a 6.2% increase over the 2001 census population of 164,345. This corresponds to an average annual increase of 2,023 people, or 1.2% per year. Over the ten years between 1996 and 2006 the fastest growing areas of Richmond have been the City Centre, Thompson, Hamilton, West Cambie and Steveston. Over this ten year period the City Centre has had an annual average growth rate of 4.7 percent. These charts show that between 1996 and 2009, Richmond’s population is both growing and getting older. Both the number of seniors and the average age of the population is increasing over time. Also evident is a signifi cant growth in the 20 to 30 year old population. The population of Richmond, like Metro Vancouver and Canada, is aging. The number of children below the age of 15 has declined in absolute terms. The population aged 55-64 has seen the most growth. The city population’s median age has gone from 38.5 in 2001 to 40.7 in 2006.


+ealth & Wellness Analysis An active population and a bounty of recreational opportunities are contributing factors for good health and longevity in the community. Activities for people of all ages and specialized wellness programs offered through community facilities are key components in our community wellness initiatives.

Richmond's life expectancy is among the highest in the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that in 2001 Canada had the ninth highest life expectancy in the world, while Japan, had the longest life expectancy at 81.4 years. In Richmond, life expectancy is two years longer than in Japan.

For several years running, world health organizations have identified Richmond as a community where people live longer. According to a recent report by Statistics Canada, people in Richmond, B.C. still have the greatest life expectancy in Canada. People in Richmond are living an average of 83.4 years, almost four years longer than the national average of 79.5.

Long life in Richmond is attributed to our moderate climate, a prosperous service sector economy, active lifestyles, and healthy diet. In addition, Richmond residents are said to have the lowest smoking and obesity rates in the country. Some speculate that Asian influences on diet have had a beneficial effect.


6LWH$QDO\VLV Richmond is a coastal city, incorporated in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is of Metro Vancouver. Richmond is the location of Vancouver International Airport. Richmond is a culturally diverse and geographically unique community centrally located on Canada's West Coast, in Metro Vancouver, 20 minutes from Downtown Vancouver, and 25 minutes from the US border. Richmond has been experiencing growth and change with remarkable speed, transforming from a rural, local community to an international city with a balance of urban, sub-urban family, and rural areas. The continuing development of the City's downtown core and waterfront areas, and the recently completed construction of the Canada Line rapid transit system and the Richmond Olympic Oval for the 2010 Winter Games, ensures that Richmond's transformation is ongoing.


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Existing Building Analysis The existing building is located in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. It was an Asian shopping center. The existing building is one of the earliest Asian shopping malls developed in Richmond, And the existing building is located on Richmond's busy Golden District shopping district, and is next door to another Asian-centric mall, Aberdeen Centre. The President Group, which is a Taiwanese company, owns the President Plaza mall next to existing building. The President Group took over the management of the existing building and is its current owner. The existing building can be accessed via public transit; Aberdeen Station is within walking distance of the existing building. The building is two stories high plus a roof level. The first floor net area is 37,094 square feet. The second floor net area is 37,380 square feet and roof floor net area is 37,380 square feet. The total of three levels area is 111,854 square feet.


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Target User Profile Restaurant The restaurant provides local organic farm products and local natural meat and fishes. Let people have a wonderful and excellent dining experience here. Target User: People who would like organic or local grown product, Employees Organic Local Farm Market We believe in the fundamental effects that an organic lifestyle can have on us. From personal health to a healthier planet, we invite you to come to our organic local farm market. Target User: People who would like organic or local grown product, Employees Child Care Center community center offers subsidized daycare centres that help parents take care children in the highly security environment Target User: Preschooler, Children, Employees Day SPA Looking for professionally administered personal care treatments such as manicures, pedicures facial health, facial aesthetic, foot care and haircut. we provide to you. Target User: female who would like personal treatment, Employees Swimming Center the community center are proud to introduce our swimming area. The swimming area provide expert swim instruction and lessons for all age people. Target User: Preschooler, Children, Youth, Adult, Senior, Employees Fitness Let us help you reach your fitness goals. Whether you need instruction, motivation, support or personal training, our highly trained staffs are here to help you succeed. Target User: Youth, Adult, Employees


Culinary School The culinary school is not just for student, also could have short term certificate program or hobby classes to learn culinary skill. Target User: Students, Children, Youth, Adult, Senior, Employees Auditorium Community center provides adtorium and rent to people, schools or companies who need public speaking, assembly, or presentation. Target User: Schools, Companies Gym The gym opens to public who like to exercise in indoor space. People could play several sports ( basketball, badminton, soccer, hokey ) in this area. Target User: Preschooler, Children, Youth, Adult, Senior Dance / Yoga Room Our community center partner with Richmond School Board, We open classes for each age group. The room also could rent to people. Target User: Preschooler, Children, Youth, Adult, Senior Conference Room Community center provides three kind of size ( large, medium, small ) conference rooms rent to people or companies who need. Target User: Students, Companies Community Center Staff Office For community center’s staff, we provide an environmental friendly working space to them. let people have a comfortable space to work. Target User: Community Center Staff


Client Profile & contribution CLIENT PROFILE Community Centre is the municipal government project. The client of this community centre project is the Department of Planning & Development, and the Department of Park & Recreation which controled by City Hall of Richmond. Bridgeport Community center also fortunately get multi- support by contributions : Community Living British Columbia; Richmond Children First; Richmond School District; BC Hydro etc.

Mission - Department of Parks and Recreation Each department within the City of Richmond has its own unique mission that describes the purpose for its existence in helping to bring about the corporate vision for Richmond to be “the most appealing, livable and well-managed community in Canada”. The Mission Statement for the City’s Parks and Recreation Department has been developed with this in mind and is: “In partnership with our community, we are leaders in providing parks and recreation programs, services, places and spaces that produce an exceptional quality of life for both current and future generations”.


Urban Fare - Market Place Urban Fare would like to expend their location out of city; the first place they choose is city of Richmond. They would like to open a new style of market that only sell organic and local grown products which is meet the community center’s ideology “ local grown, local use”.

Absolute Spa Absolute Spa is the spa of choice for some of the brightest stars in in film, television and music. We provide a world class spa experience to absolutely every guest. We are truly dedicated in making an absolute difference in our guests' lives, not only during their stay with us but also with continued home spa education care.

Whit Spot Whit Spot would like to open the restaurant in the community center that only using organic and local product. White Spot has become a legend in British Columbia with a passion for using only the freshest and finest quality ingredients. Whether you're joining us for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a late night snack, we look forward to welcoming you every time. White Spot attracts a wide demographic. Families with children, young couples and seniors all feel comfortable in a White Spot.

The International Culinary School – Richmond Campus The International Culinary School is part of Art Institute of Vancouver, where you can learn the real-world skills and gain the hands-on experience you need to get started and pursue opportunities in the dynamic culinary field. There’s nothing quite like working in the culinary profession. It’s a palate-pleasing combination – satisfaction and knowing that you’ve found your niche.


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14

3

9

15 11

2

2

5

1

LEGEND

1 ENTRANCE

2 WAITING AREA

3 RECEPTION AREA

4 BAR AREA

5 HONEYCOMB BOOTH AREA

6 S - SHAPE BOOTH AREA

7 TABLE SEATING AREA

8 OUTDOOR SEATING AREA

9 STORAGE ROOM

10 RESTROOM - MEN

11 RESTROOM - WOMEN

12 OFFICE

13 STAFF CHANGE ROOM

14 COMMERICAL KITCHEN

15 PANTRY


SEED International Cusine Restaurant LIGHTING LEGEND

48” LED T8 TUBE

LED COPERNICO SOSPENSIONE

LED MR16

MERCURY LED SOFFITTO

LED PAR 16

2’ BY 2’ PARABOLIC LOUVERED LUMINAIRE


SEED International Cusine Restaurant ELEVATION - RESTAURANT RECEPTION AREA


SEED International Cusine Restaurant


ELEVATION - RESTAURANT WAITING AREA

SEED International Cusine Restaurant


SEED International Cusine Restaurant


ELEVATION - RESTAURANT BAR AREA

SEED International Cusine Restaurant


SEED International Cusine Restaurant


SEED International Cusine Restaurant ELEVATION - RESTAURANT GENERAL SEATING AREA


SEED International Cusine Restaurant


SEED International Cusine Restaurant ELEVATION - RESTAURANT S SHAPE BOOTH AREA


SEED International Cusine Restaurant


SEED International Cusine Restaurant ELEVATION - RESTAURANT HONEYCOMB BOOTH AREA


SEED International Cusine Restaurant


Aqua Life Swimming & Fitness Center

9 10 8

11 3

2 6

4

5

7

FLOOR PLAN 1

LEGEND

1 ENTRANCE & RECEPTION

2 OFFICE

3 REST AREA / LOUNGE

4 CHANGE ROOM - MEN

5 CHANGE ROOM - WOMEN

6 SWIMMING AREA

7 FITNESS AREA

8 STEAM ROOM

9 SAUNA ROOM

10 WATER FILTER ROOM

11 LINEN RM / STORAGE RM


Aqua Life Swimming & Fitness Center LIGHTING LEGEND

48” LED T8 TUBE

LED DAEDALUS PENDANT LIGHTING

LED MR16

48” LED T8 WITH ALIANTE PENDANT

2’ BY 2’ PARABOLIC LOUVERED LUMINAIRE

2’ BY 2’ TOPO 3D SUSPENSION SYSTEM


Aqua Life Swimming & Fitness Center ELEVATION - SWIMMING & FITNESS CENTER FRONT ENTRANCE


Aqua Life Swimming & Fitness Center


Aqua Life Swimming & Fitness Center ELEVATION - SWIMMING & FITNESS CENTER REST AREA


Aqua Life Swimming & Fitness Center


ELEVATION - SWIMMING AREA

Aqua Life Swimming & Fitness Center


Aqua Life Swimming & Fitness Center


ELEVATION - FITNESS AREA

Aqua Life Swimming & Fitness Center


Aqua Life Swimming & Fitness Center


FarmerLand Organic Produce Market

1 6 12

8

7

4 4

9

3

10 3

5

4 11

8

7

2

3

4

6 1

LEGEND

1 ENTRANCE

2 CUSTOMER SERVICE

3 SELF-CHECKOUT COUNTER

4 ARC - DISPLAY AREA

5 CENTRAL DISPLAY AREA

6 PRODUCE DISPLAY AREA

7 RETAIL REFRIGERATOR

8 WORKSTATION

11 PANTRY - WET & COOL

12 MANAGER OFFICE

9 CHANGE ROOM / RESTROOM 10 PANTRY - DRY


FarmerLand Organic Produce Market LIGHTING LEGEND

48” LED T8 TUBE STREAM CEILING FIXTURE LED PAR 16

2’ BY 2’ PARABOLIC LOUVERED LUMINAIRE


FarmerLand Organic Produce Market ELEVATION - PRODUCE MARKET SELF CHECKOUT COUNTER & CUSTOMER SERVICE


FarmerLand Organic Produce Market


FarmerLand Organic Produce Market ELEVATION - PRODUCE MARKET PRODUCT & PRODUCE DISPLAY AREA


FarmerLand Organic Produce Market

PERSPECTIVE VIEW


ReBirth Organic Salon

10 8 3 9

1 6

FLOOR PLAN

4

7

5 2

LEGEND

1 ENTRANCE

2 MERCHANDISE DISPLAY AREA

3 WAITING AREA

4

RECEPTION AREA

5 HAIR STYLE AREA

6 NAIL MANICURE AREA

7 HAIR WASH AREA

8

RESTROOM

9 STORAGE AREA

10 OFFICE


ReBirth Organic Salon LIGHTING LEGEND

48” LED T8 TUBE DIMMABLE LED WITH CEILING FIXTURE

2’ BY 2’ PARABOLIC LOUVERED LUMINAIRE


ReBirth Organic Salon ELEVATION - SALON RECEPTION AREA & WAITING AREA


ReBirth Organic Salon


ReBirth Organic Salon ELEVATION - SALON HAIR STYLE & NAIL MANICURE AREA


ReBirth Organic Salon


Calla Child Care Center

15

1

10

11

12 2

3 13

6

14

4 7

8

9 5

LEGEND

1 ENTRANCE

2 STAFF OFFICE

3 CHILDREN RESTROOM - BOY 4 CHILDREN RESTROOM - GIRL

5 ADULT RESTROOM - STAFF 6 CHILDREN INDOOR PLAY AREA7 CLASSROOM - AGE 1 & 2

8 CLASSROOM - AGE 3 & 4

9 CLASSROOM - AGE 5 & 6

10 CLASSROOM - AGE 7 & 8

11 CLASSROOM - AGE 9 & 10

12 CLASSROOM - AGE 11 & 12

13 STAFF PREPARE ROOM

14 FIRST AID ROOM

15 CHILDREN OUTDOOR PLAYGROUND


Calla Child Care Center LIGHTING LEGEND

48” LED T8 TUBE

2’ BY 2’ PARABOLIC LOUVERED LUMINAIRE

DIMMABLE LED WITH CEILING FIXTURE

LED STRIP LIGHT 10


Calla Child Care Center 10

ELEVATION - CHILD CARE CENTER CHILDREN INDOOR PLAY AREA


10

Calla Child Care Center


Calla Child Care Center 10

ELEVATION - CHILD CARE CENTER CLASSROOM


10

Calla Child Care Center


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room

6

9

3

3

3

3

2

5

8

11

1

4

7

10

LEGEND

12

1 ENTRANCE - RED ROOM

2 MULTIPURPOSE ROOM - RED

3 ENTRANCE TO BACK OF HOUSE

4 ENTRANCE - ORANGE ROOM

5 MULTIPURPOSE ROOM - ORANGE

6 HALLWAY - BACK OF HOUSE

7 ENTRANCE - GREEN ROOM

8 MULTIPURPOSE ROOM - GREEN

9 BACK OF HOUSE

10 ENTRANCE - BLUE ROOM

11 MULTIPURPOSE ROOM - BLUE

12 STORAGE ROOM / EQUIPMENT ROOM


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room LIGHTING LEGEND

LED T8 TUBE LED MR16

2’ BY 2’ PARABOLIC LOUVERED LUMINAIRE


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room ELEVATION - MULTI PURPOSE ROOM ( RED & BLUE )


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room ELEVATION - MULTI PURPOSE ROOM ( ORANGE & GREEN )


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room

LITE-PLY CEILING TIMBER FRAMING TO FORM RECESS FOR SLIDING ASSEMBLY ROLLER HARDWARE SOLID POPLAR HEAD OF DOOR PANEL STEEL TUBE FRAME 3/4”THICK PLYWOOD BOARD

DETAILING - MULTI PURPOSE ROOM SLIDING DOOR ( TOP )


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room

2-1/2”

SHOOTBOLT

SPRING

DUST PROOF CAP

FINISHED HARDWOOD FLOORING STAINLESS STEEL COVERING SLIDING DOOR TRACK / DUST PROOF SOCKET (FOR SHOOTBOLT POST)

DETAILING - MULTI PURPOSE ROOM SLIDING DOOR ( DOWN )


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room ELEVATION - MULTI PURPOSE ROOM ( LEFT )


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room ELEVATION - MULTI PURPOSE ROOM ( RIGHT )


Four Seaon Multi-Purpose Room


- Richmond Campus


International Culinary Art School

15

12 14 11

10

4

9

13

5

2 8

7

4 3

LEGEND

1

3

6 4

1 STUDENT LOUNGE

2 RECEPTION AREA

3 WINDOW DISPLAY AREA

4 STORAGE ROOM

5 PANTRY - DRY & NORMAL

6 PANTRY - WET & COLD

7 RESTROOM - MEN

8 RESTROOM - WOMEN

9 LIBRARIAN OFFICE

10 LIBRARY

11 COOKING LECTURE ROOM

12 COOKING LECTURE ROOM

13 ADTOURIUM

14 STAFF OFFICE

15 TASTING ROOM


International Culinary Art School LIGHTING LEGEND

48” LED T8 TUBE

2’ BY 2’ PARABOLIC LOUVERED LUMINAIRE

LED MR16

DIMMABLE LED WITH CEILING FIXTURE


International Culinary Art School ELEVATION - CULINARY ART SCHOOL ENTRANCE


International Culinary Art School


International Culinary Art School ELEVATION - CULINARY ART SCHOOL ADTOURIUM


International Culinary Art School


International Culinary Art School ELEVATION - CULINARY ART SCHOOL COOKING LECTURE ROOM


International Culinary Art School


International Culinary Art School ELEVATION - CULINARY ART SCHOOL TASTING ROOM


International Culinary Art School


International Culinary Art School

FLOOR PLAN

ELEVATION - CULINARY ART SCHOOL LIBRARY


International Culinary Art School


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%LEOLRJUDSK\ Life cycle Definition http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biological_life_cycle

Sustainability Definition http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sustainability

Community Center Definition http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Community_centre

City of Vancouver http://vancouver.ca/

City of Richmond http://www.richmond.ca/home.htm

Existing building – Yaohan Centre Research - South East False Creek Community Center

http://www.yaohancentre.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaohan_Centre

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=138106 https://vancouver.ca/home-property-development/southeast-false-creek.aspx http://venueenergytracker.com/project/south-east-false-creek-community-centre

Cassie Campbell Community Center http://www.archdaily.com/163604/cassie-campbell-community-center-perkinswill/ http://www.perkinswill.com/work/cassie-campbell-community-centre.html

Herstedlund community center

http://www.archdaily.com/34043/community-centre-herstedlund-dorte-mandrup-arkitekter/ http://inhabitat.com/community-centre-herstedlund-fun-for-the-entire-family-inside-and-out/centre-herstedlund-06/ http://www.dortemandrup.dk/#community-center-herstedlund-albertslund-2009

Bridgeport Community Center  

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