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Portfolio Book Sixuan Chen


SIXUAN CHEN Telephone: 001(415)640-6951 Email: sixuanchen88@gmail.com ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY 79 New Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA Course: Portfolio Instructor: Leonarda Tamayo Photography: Google image, Pinterest Printer: Chum's Design & Print Bindery: Chum's Design & Print Typeface: Avenir LT Std Š 2018 All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means including information storage and retrieval systems, without permission in writing from Sixuan Chen.


“Curiosity about life in all its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people.” –Leo Burnett


TABLE OF 6-27 RETAIL DESIGN

1

Decathlon Store

28-45 SPATIAL DESIGN Silo Hotel

2


F CONTENTS 3

HOSPITALITY DESIGN 46-81

4

COMMERCIAL DESIGN 82-105

Uptown Hotel

Alto Pharmacy


RETAIL DESIGN Decathlon Store

Decathlon, Europe’s famous sports retailer will debut in the U.S. with its first sports apparel and equipment store in San Francisco. Located at the most bustling area, Market Street, it holds 6,372 square feet, comprising three merchandise display spaces, a coffee bar, an experiencing zone, two workstations and a storage. Bridging this French brand with the local street pop culture of San Francisco, this store will take the mission of introducing Decathlon to the U.S. customers.


I


SITE ANALYSIS 735 Market Street

Building Info. Year built: 1908 Primary property: retail Building size: 55,000 SF. Designed by: Wills Polk

Current business: Halo neuroscience Handel architects Millennium partners

RETAIL DESIGN

8

Current site Surrouding business: CVS pharmacy Super duper Equinox sports club Four seasons hotel St. john botique Marshalls Wells frago Walgreens

Commute times: 20 min drive to SF airport 18 min drive to Oakland 23 min drive to East bay 15 min drive to Daly city

Street view


Asian 25%

94103 Community Population : 26,116

White 37% 58.8%

41.2%

Median resident age : 39.7 Median house value : $814,561 Median household income : $48,054 Median gross rent : $1,064

2 or more race 3%

Cost of living index : 167.8

Other 1%

High school or higher : 85.0% Bachelor's degree or higher : 48.1%

Black 10%

Graduate or professional : 17.2%

9

Wind direction

Solar study

Sun path

DECATHLON STORE

Hispanic 22%


CONCEPT STATEMENT Skate Park

orange color of SF

graffiti pipes concrete

RETAIL DESIGN

10

DECATHLON IN SAN FRANCISCO

ramp climbing holds

subculture

skate park

sports movement outdoor

urban life

gym hang out coffee

bicycle race sliding

The design concept of Decathlon first store in San Francisco is inspired by SOMA West Skate Park, one of the most identical place representing the street pop culture of San Francisco, where young spirits love to gather together. The interior of this store reflects the signature-thrilling, and energetic elements of SOMA West Skate Park as follows, hip-hop, concrete surface, skateboarding, biking, climbing walls and stunk shows. This concept store of Decathlon will enable all the shoppers to experience a perfect combination of the street pop culture of San Francisco and the selling environment.


FLOOR PLAN

RETAIL DESIGN

12

1. Coffee bar 2. Experiencing zone 3. Work station 4. Bicycle display 5. Climbing equipment 6. Shoes display 7. Work station 8. Restroom 9. Fiitting room 10. Storage

4 8 3

5 9

2

1

Floor plan NTS

6

7

10


FINISH PLAN

4 7

3 5

1 2 6

8

13 DECATHLON STORE

Finish plan NTS

1

5

2

6

3

7

4

8

1. Travertine slab flooring 2. Soapstone contertop 3. Teakwood vaneer 4. Brick pattern vaneer 5. Raw wood shelf 6. Brushed metal plinko wall 7. Rubber flooring 8. Painted oak wood finish


CEILING PLAN

P2 P3 C1

T1

P1 P2 RETAIL DESIGN

14

Ceiling plan NTS

P1. Jelly-mould pendant

P4. LED flush mount light

P2. BIZ pendant

T1. Linear track light

P3. Piper pendant

C1. Ceiling mount light

P4


15 DECATHLON STORE

East section


STORE FRONT

1

RETAIL DESIGN

16

2

3

4

1. Black brushed metal mullion 2. Composite iron vaneer 3. Masonry wall panel 4. Climbing holds 5. Horizontal sign 6. Branding sign 7. Coffee table

Store fornt section

1

5

2

6

3

4

7

West elevation


Store front


COFFEE BAR

5 1

RETAIL DESIGN

18

2

3

4

1. Banner field tile 2. Teak wood wall-mounted shelf 3. Soapstone countertop 4. Glossy-rust plastic vanner 5. Sanremo coffee racer 6. Medieval POS

6

1

2

5

6 3 4

East elevation


MERCHANDISE DISPLAY

1

2

3

4

RETAIL DESIGN

20 1. Suspension ceiling with wood finish 2. Brick pattern vaneer 3. Brushed metal wall panel 4. Costomize shelf made by raw wood

1

2

3

4

East elevation


Plinko wall


WORK STATION

1

RETAIL DESIGN

22

3

2

4

5

1. Brushed metal vaneer 2. Costomize shelf with iron vaneer 3. Costomize iron-carbon alloy chair 4. Costomize desk made by pine wood 5. Masonry wall panel

5

1

2

3 4

East elevation


BICYCLE SHELF

1

2

3

1. Brick pattern vaneer 3. Costomize shelf made by iron-carbon alloy 3. Decorative light bulb

1 2

3


West elevation


RETAIL DESIGN

26


27 DECATHLON STORE


Spatial Design Silo Hotel Located in Alameda, a former warehouse, constructed with ten giant concrete tubes, will be transformed into an artistic hotel-complex, Silo Hotel. The target customer are the artist, backpacker, and marine sporter. The hotel includes 6 floors, and the total area is 27,120 square feet. The ground floor contains a lobby, a cafe and the back of house. The second floor has five fine art studios and a recording studio exclusively available to artists. The third to fifth floor contains regular rooms open to all the guests. On the top floor, it will have a sightseeing restaurant with a spectacular view of a waterfront.


II


SITE ANALYSIS 2373 Mariner Square Dr, Alameda

Commute times: 19 min drive to SF downtown 7 min drive to Oakland 18 min drive to East bay 16 min to SF downtown by ferry

Current site

SPATIAL DESIGN

30

Wind direction

Solar study

Sun path


Surrouding business: Target Michaels Alemeda Landing Marina village Shopping center Safeway In-N-out Chipotle Mexican Grill Shirasoni Janpanese

31 SILO HOTEL

Asian 28%

Alameda 49.2%

50.8%

White 46%

Population : 64,134 Median resident age : 40.4 Median house value : $743,527 Median household income : $79,972 Median gross rent : $1,501 Cost of living index : 144.9 High school or higher : 91.4% Bachelor's degree or higher : 49.8% Graduate or professional : 19.0%

Other 6%

Black 8% Hispanic 12%


CONCEPT STATEMENT Ship cabin

Ceramic

Solid & Water proof

Sea grass

Sealed

SPATIAL DESIGN

32

Silo Hotel in Alameda

Round window

Ship cabin

Submarine

Oecan

Shipbuilding industry

Dock Wave

The design inspiration of Silo Hotel is draw from the marine environment and the docks in Alameda, a place that is famous for its fishing and boat house and tourism industries. Just as the DNA of this city is strongly tied with ocean related elements, the interior design of Silo Hotel should also be. Ship cabin will be the key design elements of the design theme of Silo Hotel.


PROGRAMMING

Outdoor seating

Kitchen

Restaurant

Guest room

Level 6

Level 5

SPATIAL DESIGN

34

Guest room

Level 4 Guest room

Level 3

Fine arts loft Guest room

Cocktail lounge

Lobby

Recording studio

Back of the house

Level 2

Level 1


35 SILO HOTEL


FLOOR PLAN

1

36 SPATIAL DESIGN

2

4

3

6

5

7

8

Level 1 floor plan NTS

9

1. Lounge bar 2. Pre-function 3. Lobby 4. Office 5. Women's room 6. Locker room 7. Men's room 8. Loading area 9. Storage


1

2

3

4

1. Fine art studio 1 2. Fine art studio 2 3. Fine art studio 3 4. Fine art studio 4 5. Fine art studio 5 6. Disability room 7. Janitorial supplies 8. Recording studio

1

2

3

4 37

6 6

5

7 7

8

Level 2 floor plan NTS

1. Fine art studio 1 2. Fine art studio 2 3. Fine art studio 3 4. Fine art studio 4 5. Fine art studio 5 6. Disability room 7. Guest room 1 8. Guest room 2 9. Guest room 3

9 8

Level 3 floor plan NTS

SILO HOTEL

5


1

2

3

4

1. Guest room 1 2. Guest room 2 3. Guest room 3 4. Guest room 4 5. Guest room 5 6. Disability room 7. Guest room 6 8. Guest room 7 9. Guest room 8

1

SPATIAL DESIGN

38 2 5 6

8

Level 4~5 floor plan NTS

4

3

7

9

1. Outdoor seating 2. Restaurant 3. Waiting area 4. Kitchen 5. Unisex toilet 6. Unisex toilet 7. Storage

5 6

7

Level 6 floor plan NTS


BUILDING SECTION

39

Cross setcion NTS

SILO HOTEL

Lenthwise section NTS


GUEST ROOM

SPATIAL DESIGN

40 Guest room call out

NTS

Reccessed light

Guest room ceiling call out

NTS


41 SILO HOTEL


RECORDING STUDIO

SPATIAL DESIGN

42 Recording studio call out

NTS

Reccessed light Recording studio ceiling call out

NTS Track light


43 SILO HOTEL


RESTAURANT

SPATIAL DESIGN

44 Restaurant call out

NTS

Reccessed light Restaurant ceiling call out

NTS

Pendant light


45 SILO HOTEL


Hospitality Design Uptown hotel The project is about a boutique hotel owned by Hotels Group International (HGI). It is located at 1540 Broadway, in the Uptown neighborhood of Oakland, California. With eight stories, a rooftop sky bar and a two-storey basement garage, the hotel will be designed as an extended-stay model which not only serves business guests visiting Oakland for extended periods of time, but tourists are expected as well.


III


SITE ANALYSIS 1530 Boardway, Oakland

Commute times: 24 min drive to SF downtown 46 min drive to SF Airpolrt 18 min drive to Oakland Airpoert 50 min drive to South bay

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

48

Solar study


Surrouding business: Joyce Gordon gallery Goolden lotus vegetarian Jimmy's snacks & deli Cobblers shoes Sole space The layover 49

Oakland:

Uptown District:

Oakland crime rate:

Population : 419,987

Population : 1,328

Crime index: safer than 1% U.S. city

Male: 49.3%

Male: 74%

Number of crimes: 21,202 (2017)

Female: 50.7%

Female: 26%

Crime rate: 7.4% (per 1,000 residents)

Population by race:

Population by race:

Vlolent crime: 14.5%

28% White 26% Hispanic 23% Black

36% Black, 24% White, 22% Asian

Property crime comparison: 59.9%

16% Asian 7% Ohter

12% Hispanic, 6% Ohter

Median resident age : 36.5

Median resident age : 49.8

Median house value : $649,700

Median house value : $370,600

Median household income : $68,060

Median household income : $14,155

Median gross rent : $1,310

Median gross rent : $472

Cost of living index : 150.8

Unemployment : 15%

Unemployment : 5%

Residents below the poverty level: 44.8%

UPTWON HOTEL

Current site


CONCEPT STATEMENT Street art

BRUSH

UPTOWN HOTEL

COLORFUL

GRAFFITI MURAL

SUB CULTURE UPTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD

JAZZ AFRICANAMERICAN

STREET ART

Inspired by Uptown Oakland street art, the community mainly consisting of AfricanAmerican population and deeply influenced by subculture, used to be a place full of violence and crime. Nowadays, art galleries, churches, murals and graffiti can be found e v e r y w h e re . T h e s e a r t f a c t o r s w i l l b e transformed and applied dramatically in the interior space of the Uptown Hotel . Guests can explore local culture and elegant murals, whenever they wander in the hotel or talk with a friend in the restaurant.


BUILDING ANALYSIS

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

52


SCHEMATIC DESIGN

53 UPTWON HOTEL


PROGRAMMING Requirements

Lighting Requirement

Aesthetic

Lobby

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

54

Ballroom

• Reception desk • Seating area • Queuing space

• Felixble space • Food delivery access

• First impression

• Formal

• Hight contrast

• Elegant

• Nature light

• Target light

• Target light

• Ambient light

Restaurant

Cocktail lounge

• Variety type of seating • Food delivery access

• Variety type of seating • Private booth

• Elegant

• Relaxing

• Distinctive

• Romantic

• Nature light

• Ambient light

• Ambient light

• Target light


Conference room

Excutive office

• Aoustic protection • Conference facility • Felixble space

• Security measures • Access to each area

• Formal

• Succinct

• Bright

• Target light

• Target light

• Ambient light

Health center

Sky bar

• Safety clearance • Bath room

• Variety type of seating • Food delivery access

• Fluent

• Relaxing

• Vivid

• Informal

• Nature light

• Ambient light

• Ambient light

• Target light

55 UPTWON HOTEL

• Nature light


FLOOR PLAN Level 1

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

56

1. Lobby 2. Office 3. Locker 4. Kitchen 5. Storage 6. Cocktail lougne 7. Restaurant 8. Men's room 9. Women's room 10. Court 11. Health center 12. A.D.A. toilet

3

5 11

4

2

10

7 6

1

8

12 9 Staff circulation Customer circulation

Level 1 floor plan NTS


FINISH PLAN Level 1 M1

M2

M5

M3

M4

W1

W2

M1. Laurent black marble tile M2. Masonry tile M3. Carpet sheet M4. Rubber tile M5. Moloson ceramic tile W1. Wall paint W2. Wall paint

57 UPTWON HOTEL

Level 1 finish plan NTS


ELEVATION 1

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

58

2

3

4

5

1. Concrete vanner 2. Raw wood suspension ceiling 3. Wall paint 4. Wood finish 5. Marble

1

2

3

4

5 Reception elevation


Cocktail lounge


HOSPITALITY DESIGN

60


61 UPTWON HOTEL


FURNITURE PLAN Level 1

Wharton esherick sectional sofa Dorian round coffee table Palma wicker dining Set Tufted leather bench Caymus barstool Architects accent chair Ward white side chairs

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

62

S1. T1. C1. CH1. CH2. CH3. CH4.

C1 T1 S1

CH1

CH4 CH3

CH2

Level 1 furniture plan NTS


CH4

CH3

CH2

63

S1

CH1

C1

UPTWON HOTEL

T1


CEILING PLAN Level 1

R1

Recessed compact light C2

Industrial pipe pendant

P1

Quoizel Steadman pendant light

Fire sprinkler

P2

Levone pendant light

Exit sign

P3

Cage pendant light

Strobe light

L1

Ceiling-mounted light

SD

Smoke detector

C1

AIM multi pendant light

S

Switch

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

64

Level 1 ceiling plan NTS


C1

C2

L1

P2

65 UPTWON HOTEL

P3

P1

R1


FLOOR PLAN Level 2

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

66

1. Pre-function 2. Great ballroom 3. Banquet room 4. Balcony 5. Conference room 1 6. Conference room 2

1

5

2

3

Staff circulation Customer circulation

4

6

Level 2 floor plan NTS


FINISH PLAN Level 2

M3

M5

M6

M7

W4

M3. Carpet sheet M5. Moloson ceramic tile M6. Carpet tile M7. Carpet sheet W4. Glass mosaic tile

67 UPTWON HOTEL

Level 2 finish plan NTS


ELEVATION 1

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

68

2

3

1. Marble vanner 2. Copper vanner 3. Solid walnut slab table

1

2

3

Conference room elevation


Court


FURNITURE PLAN Level 2

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

70

T2. T3. T4. S2. CH5. CH6. CH7.

Charlotte dining table Cinch dining table Solid walnut slab table Ames tuxedo sofa Shannon side chair Taper chair Ecco side chair

CH6

T2 CH5

T4 T3

CH7

S2

Level 2 furniture plan NTS


CH5

CH6

CH7

T2

71

T4

UPTWON HOTEL

S2

T3


CEILING PLAN Level 2

R1

Recessed compact light

Fire sprinkler

L1

Ceiling-mounted light

Exit sign Strobe light

S1

Bianca flush mount chandelier Vix linear suspension light

SD

Smoke detector

T1

Silo X10Track light

S

Switch

F1

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

72

Level 2 ceiling plan NTS


T1

S1

73 UPTWON HOTEL

F1

L1

R1


FLOOR PLAN Rooftop

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

74

1. Court 2. Jazz bar 3. Mechanical 4. A.D.A. toilet

3 1 2

4

Staff circulation Customer circulation

Rooftopo floor plan NTS


FINISH PLAN Rooftop

M8

M9

W3

M8. Antique Java hardwood M9. Concrete tile W3. Brick patern vaneer

75 UPTWON HOTEL

Rooftopo finish plan NTS


Rooftop garden


Jazz bar


FURNITURE PLAN Rooftop

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

78

S3. Tufted leather sofa T5. Barstow coffee table T6. Josephine coffee table CH8. Gerry club chair CH9. Hughes swivel chair CH10.Lacie barstool

S3

CH8

T5

CH10

T6

CH9

Rooftopo furniture plan NTS


CH8

CH9 T6

T5

CH10

79 UPTWON HOTEL

S3


CEILING PLAN Rooftop

R2

Recessed spot light

Fire sprinkler

P4

Handblown glass pendant

Exit sign

P5

Logico pendant light

Strobe light

T2

E15 LED track spot

SD

S

Smoke detector Switch

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

80

Rooftop ceiling plan NTS


P5 P4

81 UPTWON HOTEL

T2 R2


COMERCIAL DESIGN Alto Pharmacy

Alto Pharmacy rents a commercial space with a mezzanine level at the Potrero hill community, holding 5,730 square feet. Planning on opening its own office there, Alto Pharmacy aims to build this place as an integrated commercial space with multi-function zones which includes warehousing, office space, logistics, and retailing, along with conference rooms, staff dining areas, and lounge areas for drivers..


IV


SITE ANALYSIS 1400 Tennessee Street, San Francisco

Building Info.

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

84

Building Size: 21,780 SF. Space for remodel: 6,119 SF. Year Built: 2015 Min. Divisible: 3,885 SF. Lot Size: 21,000 SF Max. Contiguous : 6,824 SF. Zoning Description: PDR-1-G Property Type: Industrial Features: Electricity/Power Property Sub-type: Flex Space

Current site Surrouding business: Shell Coyuchi Hosoda Bros Ryder truck rental Ogden contract interiors Cellars 33 Philz coffee Minuteman press

Commute times: 13 min drive to SF downtown 19 min drive to Oakland 34 min drive to east bay 9 min drive to Daly city

Site map


94107 Community

White 54% 50.8%

Population : 28,641

49.2%

Asian 24%

Median resident age : 37 Median house value : $792,600 Median household income : $121,167 Median gross rent : $1,239

Hispanic 10%

Cost of living index : 172,2 High school or higher : 92.6% Black 5%

Bachelor's degree or higher : 69.2%

2 or more race 3.5%

Graduate or professional : 32.4%

85 ALTO PHARMACY

Solar study

Sun path


CASE STUDY Almeria Pharmacy, Spain

A L A

T t t

T s m

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

86

P w h g c

T e a r

T i l c m

T a b b


Architects:Mobil M Location: Almeria , Spain Area: 600 square meter The story of this project cannot be understood without children. Every day, the children of the inhabitants of Santa María del Águila pass in front of the Caparrós y Reina Pharmacy on their way to school. The space itself was like a traditional, evergreen children’s game: pickup sticks, with those light wood sticks which, thrown at random, leave their mark all over the store.

The wooden lines suspended from the ceiling create the pickup sticks effect and divide the different spaces. The pharmacy has a dietetics area, a patient advice corner and a beauty cabin. It takes a great deal of work to remove the little ones from the fantasy area created for them. The pickup sticks and their organized disorder have guided the entire interior and graphic design. The fresh, fluorescent ceiling light, the counter lighting LEDs, the grille/railing on the façade, the logo and all the visual communication recall the sticks, allowed to fall without premeditation or malice. The light ash wood of the sticks has also been used in part of the furniture, always in combination with white. For visual communication, the sticks have been dressed in the colors used for each section of the pharmacy and, brought together in the logo, they form the pharmaceutical cross.

87 ALTO PHARMACY

Part of the building was knocked down and rebuilt, some walls and façades were stripped and a new, white volume was created, full of the light Almería has and deserves. In total, there is 600 sqm divided into three floors; the ground floor, the only one for public use, has 220 sqm entirely devoted to customers.


CONCEPT STATEMENT Tangram

EMBRACING ARMS

COMFORTING PLACE

GEMETRIC

ALTO PHARMACY

TANGRAM

PARTTERNS

CHILD’S TOYS FUN & JOYFUL

FROM CASE STUDY

VIVID & WARM TONED

CHILDHOOD

The inspiration of this project is drawn from Almeria pharmacy in Spain. A place filled with childlike elements, such as warm-colored lights and toys decoration. Aiming to make Alto Pharmacy a delightful, relaxing and scare-free place for patients, the main door is with the shape of welcoming, and embracing arms. Inspired by the tangram, the interior space is decorated with warm-toned, geometric patterns.


FLOOR PLAN

4

7

2

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

90

6

1 5

Level 1 floor plan NTS

9

10

8

Mezzanine level floor plan NTS

1. Retail space 2. Phone room 3. Driver wating zone 4. Working area 5. Restroom 6. Dining area 7. Storage 8. Staff lounge 9. Large conference room 10.Conference room


Mezzanine level

91 ALTO PHARMACY

Level 1

Staff area Customer area


FINISH PLAN

1

2 3

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

92

3

1 2

Level 1 finish plan

NTS

1. Carpet tile 2. Vinly sheet 3. Rubber flooring

Mezzanine level finish plan

NTS


FUNITURE CHOICE

Tuxedo bench Eames aluminum chair 93 ALTO PHARMACY

I Beam table Mattiazzi chair

Tuxedo sofa

Saarinen dining table


CEILING PLAN

F1

P2

P1 R1

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

94

Level 1 ceiling plan

NTS

F2

S1

R1

Mezzanine levelevel ceiling plan

NTS


P1. Jeno LED pendant

P2. Planar pendant light 95

F1

ALTO PHARMACY

F1. Candan LED FLUSH MOUNTED LIGHT

F2. 1 Dun LED flush mounted light

R1. Recessed light with 3'' trim

S1. Stiletto LED suspension light


STORE FRONT

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

96

1. Brick 2. Black brushed mullion 3. Double glaze

1

2

3

1

2 3

West elevation


Store front


RETAIL SPACE

2

1

4

1. Ceramic tile 2. Customize shelf made by pine wood 3. Shelf-mounted light fixutre 4. Tuxedo bench

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

98

3

1

2

3

4

South elevation


Retail space


DRIVER'S LOUNGE

1

1. Brick 2. Black brushed mullion 3. Double glaze 4. Walnut wood finish 5. 7'' height partition

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

100

2

3

4

5

1 2 3

5 4

West elevation


Driver's Lounge


WORKING AREA

2

1

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

102

3

1. Acoustic wall panel 2. Thermal insulating door 3. Stair tread with cherry wood finish 4. Eames shelf

4

1

4

2

3

North elevation


Work area


CONFERENCE ROOM

1

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

104

2

3

4

1. Geometric sacoustic panel 2. Walnut wood finish 3. Aluminium finish 4. Frosted glass 5. Projection screen 6. Canon projector

1

6

3 4

South elevation


Conference room


Acknowlegements I would like to dedicate this book to my family who have always supported me. To my parents, and grandma who has always been by my side and encouraged me to do what I belived in. To my instructors, without you, this portfolio couldn't be compledted. To my friends, who always have my back. FAMILY Qun Chen/ Yixia Wu / Yingbing Xie / Mingxing Wu / Shiqiao Wu / Yang Liu / Shichun Wu / Baihua Peng / Jiao Wu / Yifei Wu / Jing Guo / FACULTY Leonarada Tamayo / Suzan Swabacker / Olga Zhovreboff / Stephan Hoffpauir / Mark Miller/ David Jozaites / Kathleen Roche / Edward Pertcheck / Daniel Bohlen / Felix Goebel / Stephanie Smith-Haenel / Serena Zanello / Steven Grant/ Barbara Hughes /Ivan Azerbegi / Scott Kress / FRIENDS Yong Lang / Yun He / Renyi Chong / Souzan Mirnorouzi / Chengyang Yao / Casey Yu / Yang Wu / Jeffrey Lin / Ankitha Jayanthi / Wei Liu / Jinhee Park / Jiae Hwang / SungWon Yoo /


Sixuan chen portfolio  

This portfolio includes 4 projects I worked in AAU.

Sixuan chen portfolio  

This portfolio includes 4 projects I worked in AAU.

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