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Architecture . academic

Design .. professional

Urban Pipe Dream Tandem Thoroughfares Brooklyn Velodrom Center Miami Fashion Insititutue Philadelphia Academic Urban Center Riverside Performance Center

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SSA Future Workplace Study Report Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City Competition Row House Addition | BIM

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Ink Chair Concrete Bridge Carina Waffle and Tea

3701 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104

2016

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Architecture

. academic

Urban Pipe Dream Tandem Thoroughfares Brooklyn Velodrome Hybrid-Housing and Fashion Design Center Philadelphia Academic Urban Hub Riverside Performance Center


Architecture Projects


Urban Pipe Dream Critic: Matthijs Bouw and Kai-Uwe Bergmann Consultant: Travis J M Bunt and Jeremy Siegel University of Pennsylvania

Big changes are underway in Brooklyn, particularly along the coastline of Red Hook, active industrial harbor currently being redeveloped into a modern mixed-use waterfront district. The investments not only help buffer against flooding, retrofit existing buildings and strengthen infrastructure but also revitalize commerce. It would prioritize creating waterfront parks and public connection, which would become the organizing elements for new affordable housing, enhanced transit linkage, and a working waterfront industry including new food services and other creative industries along the coast. As part of development plan, the transformation will start from the Gowanus Bay Terminal located in Industrial Park next to Ikea. The renovated terminal building becomes a catalyst project that is going to stimulate this new urban development. It will maintain the identity of the industrial concrete monument while reinterpreting in a modern setting of a manufacturing art studio building. Additionally, the renovation also accommodate multipurpose event facilities, hotels, and restaurants. The architectural concept for the transformation is using its original potential, enhancing the distinctive character of the grain silo. In a bigger scale, the building will create a new lifted promenade infrastructure system during flooding season, and the green lobby space will be dedicated to water control. The existing condition will be preserved as much as possible and the raw industrial architecture will be its signature and visible element. By fold between the private and public functions, the site creates a multidimensional experience and purposes not only to provide attractions and environmental solution, but also starts to activate the regenerative waterfront development plan as the urban pipe dream.


12 | YIN M1- Light Industry small, one floor or two, stops, auto storage and repair shops, etc

C2 - Commcial with Residential local, small, street parking In mixed residential/commercial buidlings

Typi

Mix-Used / Sma

R4 - Housing Types Single-family house, row house

Commerce Housing Industry Green Space Recreation Center Parking Unused Space Freeway Exit Bus Stop Ferry Subway Station

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Mix-Used / Eq

M3- Heavy Industry Power plants, solid wasat transfer facilities and recycliung plants Generate noise, traffic and pollutants, usu. located near the waterfront and buffered from resid.

C4 - Commcial Districts Specialty and department stores, theathers Parking lot

Typic

R7 - Housing Types

Mix-Used / Big and

Affordable housing, apt, high-rise

Commerical Land Use

Land Use Map

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One &Two Family

Mixed Residential & Commercial

Transportation & Utility

Mixed Residential & Commercial

Public Facilities & Institutions

Multi-Family Walk-Up

Commercial & Office Buildings

Public Facilities & Institutions

Commercial & Office Buildings

Transportation & Utility

Multi-Family Elevator

Industrial & Manufacturing

Open Space & Outdoor Recreation

Industrial & Manufacturing


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Type B 6 Silos = 850 sf

Type C 5 Silos = 680 sf

Hotel Unit

Art Studio Housing

Diagram|Exciting Silo Renovation

Type A 3 Silos = 360 sf

Type B 3 Silos = 360 sf

Living Space Kitchen

Working Station

Sleeping Space Common Space

Bathroom Bedroom

Bathroom

850sf

Typicial Silo Art Studio Unit

360sf

Typicial Silo Hotel Unit


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Render|Interior Views


Diagram|Flood Scenario

Ground Lobby | Posibility 1

Ground Lobby | Posibility 2

Ground Lobby | Posibility 3

Garden, Seating, Gathering Space

Art Installation, Exhibition Space

Farmers’ Market, Art Fair

Infrastructure Connection System After Flooding

Raised Promenade

Design Strategies Before Floods | Building Retrofit Existing Building

Design Strategies

Raise Ground Floor Level Water Resistant Finish Materials Green Lobby

Diagram|Flooding Scenario

Render|Exterior View

Waterfront Broadway Waterproof Foundations

Before Floods | Landscape + Urban Streetscape Improvements and Green Infrastructure

Stormwater

Absorptive Landscape /Softscape

Defensive Landscape Barriers/Berms

Design Strategies After Floods

Emergency Station


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Tandem Thoroughfares Critic: Marion Weiss Guest Critic: Michael Manfredi Teaching Assistant: Eric Berlin In collaboration with Matt Lee Mark University of Pennsylvania

Cornell Tech, in an effort to spearhead progressive technological and entrepreneurial growth in greater New York City, has set the foundation for its campus on at the southern end of Roosevelt Island. History, technology, movement of the masses, and the collective need for open public spaces in New York collide in the effort to revitalize the city as the campus evolves and grows beyond its boundaries. The Tandem Thoroughfares is a proposal to unite the dilapidated networks of transit on Roosevelt Island with two cross-river campus extensions that would serve to redevelop the waterfront. Through the conscious effort to provide both a place of hightech institutional growth and a transparency to the general public of an evolving Queens, this extended campus aims to utilize the Cornell Tech concept of open networks of collaboration with the history and urban fabric of Queens.


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Render | Overall Birdview

Floor Plan | Ground Level

Floor Plan | Second Level


Diagram | Site Analysis


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Scenario|Sunny Day

Scenario|Storm Day

Diagram|Circulation + Program

Render|Interior


Diagram|Flood Scenario

Series Section


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Section Perspective|Public Waterfront


Section Perspective|Insititution


BKLN Velodrom Center Critic: Ben Krone In collaboration with Di Meng Consultant: BuroHappold, SHoP University of Pennsylvania

BMX not only has a momentum relationship in terms of relative positions between the biker and the bike, but also express an inter-changing relationship between the bike and the cityscape in urban scale, which underlays the design concept of this velodrome. The project aims at transforming the conventional velodrome with those interchanging relationships and provide a multi-functional building that engages with individuals as well as surrounding urban environments. The analog model starts with the smaller human scale of individual biking movements. Each kick or movement is embodied with series of different force applications. The characters of different forms and geometries capture moments of pause, turn, twist, and other BMX tricks. When combining individual moves in different orders, different in-between spaces are created and highlights the inter-changing relationship of different moves with different biking conditions.

When given this scale of human and machine a playground, a third scale – urban scale – came into the play. Same tricks may perform differently at different urban conditions. To this project, each program is acting as different movement tricks. When curating the programs, the velodrome is playing the role of an “air kick” move. The continuous looping with splits gives the moments of chasing and pause also speaks the characteristics of individual moves.


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Buffering trasition between two movements. Wall Berm helps different speed transitions

Wall Berm helps to speed up and ramping up with high speed for jumps.

In-air scoring movement/gesture.

4: Forth Level Access to High-level Audience Seat

3: Third Level

View Deck

7th Level

Media Broadcast Center

6th Level

Education Gallery

5th Level

High-Level Audience Seat View Deck

4th Level

Mid-Level Audience Seat View Deck

3rd Level

Access to Main Track and Mid-level Audience Seat

Lounge / Locker Room Cafe / Public Lounge

3: Bridge Level Access to Main Track and Tower Primary User Type: Pedestrian

Up to 2nd Fl Up to 3rd Fl

1: Ground Level | North Access to Second Level, Tower and Low-level Audience Seat Primary User Type: Pedestrian

1: Ground Level | South 1: Ground Level | South Access to Second Level and Third Level Low-level Audience Seat Primary User Type: Pedestrian

Access to Practice Track Primary User Type: Biker

1: Ground Level | South Access to Second Level, Tower Primary User Type: Pedestrian and Biker

Lounge / Locker Room Gear Shop / Bike Storage

2nd Level

1st Level


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Miami Fashion Institute Critic: Julian Palacio University of Pennsylvania

Located in Miami Design District, the Hybrid-Housing and Fashion Design Center provides mixed-use space for local artists. One of the uses is the residential units for design students, and the other one is fashion design center for learning, producing and display of fashion works. As an important feature of this project, there are three types of residential units located on the top ten floors of this building, which are studio, one-bedroom apartment and duplex. Unit sizes are ranged from 800-1600 square feet. Another focus feature in the building is the fashion runway stage. It requires large flexible space from backstage to the T-stage, high quality lighting, acoustic system and other customized features. Besides the fashion stage, other program space are relatively consistent and steady, such as cafe, auditorium, design studios and administration offices. By using different scales of stairs, ramps and terrace, the various circulation types not only create unique form of public space for the community but also provide different aspects of experiencing the building from all directions of the city. It also provides more open and natural green space in the neighborhood. One of the program strategy is to use a central public core to help connect and highline the coexistence of dwelling units and the public fashion design center. By using intensive layering for the building facade, it is easier to control the large amount of passive solar energy in Miami. More importantly, the mesh fabric panels and the lightweight structure system keeps the building luminous and also environmentally responsible. It is designed to approach sustainable architecture with minimum materials, physical lightness of form and its visual effect of light on structure.


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Residential Academic Fashion Showroom


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Type B| Studio Unit

| 800 sf

| 800 sf

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Type A| One-Bedroom Unit | 1000 sf

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Type B| One-Bedroom Unit | 1000 sf

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Upper| Duplex Unit | 1200 sf

Lower| Duplex Unit

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Twelve| Level 1| One-Bedroom Unit 2| Duplex 3| Studio

Level |12th

+160 ft

Level |11th

+145 ft

Level |10th

+130 ft

Level |9th

+115 ft

Level |8th

+100 ft

Level |7th

+85 ft

Level |6th

+70 ft

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+ 140 ft

+ 125 ft

Section Details | Facade

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+95 ft

+ 80 ft

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+ 50ft

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Wall | Concrete Window | Shaded Polycarbonate Glass Facade | Mesh Fabric Panel


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One-Bedroom | Type B Duplex Circulation

Studio | Type B Circulation

Studio | Type A One-Bedroom| Type A Duplex Circulation

Auditorim Fashion Show room Academic Studio Circulation

Auditorim Fashion Showroom Admission Office Circulation

Fashion Showroom Admission Offic Circulation


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Section perspective shows the middle public circulation in relation with the dwelling units around, as well as the connection between the site and the building through the stairs. b.


Philadelphia Academic Urban Center Critic: Danielle Williams University of Pennsylvania By investing the gradient shift of the industrial sites in the city scale, it points out a system of gradient decay, relating to the overall urban infrastructure. The dynamics of this system can be translated into a consistent variation between growth and decay, the transformation and deformation. The project starts with mapping, changes of industrial sites throughout the history, from the mass to location. So the shift of the industrial site, shows a system of gradient decay within the city. Another formal investigation of the geometry study started here. By applying the L-system Rule, a recursive system, it generates a gradient pattern from each element and together develops into a 3-dimensional gradient form. Also another study is on the intensive properties. The shift between old and new properties provides a pressure distribution to the system. The primary system is used to define the program massing forms, and the secondary system is used as the outlines for massing partition. First, the very basic mass is created based on the program usage. With more specific programmatic space division, the method of deconstruction and deformation further reforms the new building, and with a gradient skin texture. And this skin system becomes the support and connection to each program spaces. Based on the different programmatic space, the skin condition changes. The modules are more closed so that they transform the existing building with more enclosure space. And the modules are more dense when they create the circulation space here. And the new form is constructed with much larger modules and have more openings. When the skin modules meet the existing building, they deform differently based on the application. There are places where they deform the walls, connect the two buildings, and where they extend into the landscape. The skin deconstructs and reforms the existing building with the new condition.


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Exsiting Building Deform

Property

Site:1.35k sf

Open Space

Water

Access

Exsiting Building on Site

2k sf

1.6k sf

Site Pattern

Transpotation 1,350k sf Noise Level

Interstate 76 Grays Ferry Ave S. 34th St. Schuykill Trail

0.5k sf


The focus within the site is where the old existing buildings meet the new. First, the very basic mass is created based on the program usage. With more specific programmatic space division, the method of deconstruction and deformation further reforms the new building, and with a gradient skin texture. And this skin system becomes the support and connection to each program spaces.

Circulation Space

New Space

Existing Building

Intensity Condition

Circulation

Forth Level | Auditorium Third Level | Acdamic Space Third Level | Public Circulation (From Exsiting to Main Building) Second Level | Exsiting Building Ground Lever | Ramp ( from Ground to Second Level)

Structural Grids

Perspective Plan

Basic Module

Academic Office Public Service Cucirlation

Program Mass

There are couples of ways to enter the buildings. The main one is where visitors enter here, and walk through the existing building, where visitors can experience the gradient changes within the building. Then turn the corner and step into the new building, and experience this long path smoothly transform the corner. The circulation diagram also shows how it connects programs on different levels.

Skin Deform

Mass


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Landscape Ramp Rooftop Circulation

Massing Program Commercial Mix-Used Academy

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Hunting Park West This area has strong potential to better integrate with the surrounding neighborhoods by develping community-scale retail services and a range of other appropriate uses on large vacant parcels. Good transportation accedd can be further enhanced by expanding transit services and accommodating bike routes on roadways.

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North Broad This area offers a transportation-oriented framework for development that improves access between local, regional, and intercity transit. Opportunutes exist for improved access, infill development in and around commercial and transit nodes, and improved pedestrian and bicycle access to busniesses, neightborhoods, and Temple University.

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Philadelphia International Airport |PHL Plans for expansion will allow the airport to accommodate additional runways, terminals, and parking, and to enhance PHL’s international competitiveness, reduce delays, and improve satisfaction with Philadelphia’s international aviation gateway.

Central Delaware Waterfront

Lower Schuylkill The area stretching along the lower Schuylkill River can serve a range of activies that benefit from proximity to the Metropolitan Center and Subcenter (Navy Yard/Sports Complex/PHL). Land close to the Center may be targeted for institutional, office, and recreational uses. Tracts close to the Subcenter can host complementary uses such as hotels, office, and tranportation services. Other tracts may be dedicated utility, industry and environmental management areas.

Proximity to the Metropolian Center makes the Delaware River waterfront attractive for mixed residential and commercial projects and for new recreational and park amenities. Better access will be achieved by extending the street grid to the waterfront and by building a rapid transit line along Delaware Avenue.

Site Philadelphia Center City Major Crossroad Minor Crossroad old industrial site present industrial site present heavy industrial site

Site Analysis in Urban Scale

de.Industrialization |Gradient Decay


Philadelphia Riverside Performing Center Critic: Simon Kim University of Pennsylvania

A machine is a tool that consists of one or more parts, and uses energy to meet a particular goal. The advent of electronics technology has led to the development of power tools without moving parts that are considered machines. A simple machine is a device that simply transforms the direction or magnitude of a force, but a large number of more complex machines exist. When performing art meets mechanical technology, It’s the balance between soft and hard, where the building project is placed on the net that structurally supports the building. This project is located in Philadelphia on the Schuylkill River between the bridges of Market St and JFK Blvd. The study is on how control points change the relationship between each line, and physical model testing shows how the form changes the lines and how they react back and restrict the form itself. It shows the similar relationship between the structural net and the building project.


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Full Scale Installation Philadelphia, PA PennDesign Arch501. Installation Prof. Simon Kim In collaboration with Can Fu Fall2013

Digital Fabricatio


SERIES [ONE] | EXPANTION

SERIES [TWO] | EXCLUSION

SERIES [TTHREE] | BLENDING

SERIES [FOUR] | FLOWING

SERIES [FOUR] | WHIRLING

Moreover, the idea of this portable mechanical building is also in the act of performing itself, as a performer. While the one module is moving, it also changes the relationship with the net, and to the whole site.


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fourth fl.

fifth fl.

sixth fl.

01. Auditorium .lower lever 02. Locker Room 03. Cafeteria

01. Auditorium .upper lever 02. Lounge 03. Dance Studio

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Design and Others .. professional

Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City Competition DP Architects Pte Ltd

Row House Addition Revit Design

Ink Chair Concrete Bridge Carina Waffle and Tea 3701 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104

Photography Graphic Design


Design Projects


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and meeting spaces and the furniture, rooms, C/U and technology that support them. Second, the A/V facility at large was analyzed, including amenity H/U 42 identity. and support functions, infrastructure, and CAFETERIA From that analysis of the CMRchallenges that exist KITCHEN today, MGA developed a list of opportunities SW SE Lobby Lobby that the government may consider as part of a comprehensive renovation, illustrated to the right.

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MGA performed a gap analysis to evaluate BACKFILL IT SSA faces today and the the challenges that opportunities to improve the efficiency and BACKFILL efficacy of the workplace, reduce SSA's footprint, ROCC consolidate space to improve utilization, and make the MATSSC a better, more comfortable place for the personnel.

RTC

2'-6"

RCC

O v e r v ie w

12'-6"

North Lobby

ECC

BACKFILL WAREHOUSE

4 - O p p Ortimprove u n it ie sacoustic privacy and control 48 2'-0"

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100

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4'-6"

48'-0" 10'-0"

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3'-0"

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3'-6"

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12'-0" 15'-0"

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1'-6" 4'-6"

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Work area, includes storage

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Layout Areas, 40 SF 1 per 15 occupants

3'-6"

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2'-6"

42

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32'-0"

Seats 2-4 Enclosed area with table and flat-panel

3'-4"

4'-6"

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1'-6"

1'-6"

Huddle Rooms, 80-100 SF 1 per component or 1 per 45 occupants

25'-0"

2'-6"

25'-0"

8'-0"

8'-0"

5'-6"

4'-6"

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Seats 2-4 Open Area with soft seating

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1'-6"

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4 - O p p Or tu ni ti e s

2'-0"

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15'-0"

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Collaboration / Teaming Areas, 60-100 SF 1 per component or 1 per 45 occupants 2'-6"

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4'-0"

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300 2'-6"

3'-6"

7'-0"

10'-0"

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3'-0"

12'-6"

3'-6"

33'-4"

8'-0" 2'-6"

2'-6"

33 5'-6"

1'-6"

200

enforce ssA's identity in the workplace

20'-0"

7'-0"

6'-6"

4'-6"

10'-0"

12'-0"

25'-0"

Seats 10 - 30 (or more) Size determined by SSA Large Site Standards

4'-6"

5'-0"

5'-0"

7'-0"

3'-0"

10'-0"

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49

8'-0"

relocate/consolidate mail facilities Meeting Rooms, 250 - 500 SF (or more) [240 SF for up to 15 people, plus 16 SF per addtl. 500 person] improve wayfinding and signage

10'-0"

1'-6"

1600

6'-0"

improve and expand amenities

10'-8"

4'-6"

8'-0" 42'-0"

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2'-6"

8'-0"

D es i gn A l t e r n At i ve s t u D i e s

2'-6"

10'-0" 3'-0"

12'-0"

4'-6"

6'-0"

SCHEME 2

15'-0"

4'-0"

5'-6"

3'-6"

improve occupant thermal comfort

10'-8"

10'-0"

1'-6" 2'-6"

64

5'-6"

3'-6"

2'-6"

8'-0"

3'-6"

2'-6"

4'-6"

3.4 12'-0"


FLOOR FOUR

123

lOCAte A COmmunAl

town hall At the

Center Of the flOOr

open office

collaboration spaces

priVate offices

break rooms

conference rooms

mechanical spaces

print/copy/ storage

124

grOup tOgether A

central hub Of Amenities

neighborhoods

COnCeptuAl prOtOtypes

5.2

5 - D es ign AlternA tives

open office

collaboration spaces

priVate offices

break rooms

conference rooms

mechanical spaces

print/copy/ storage

neighborhoods


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Location

China

Guangzhou,

The themes within the CORE of Guangzhou Knowledge City are according to the needs of pursuit in knowledge of modern man. In the centre of the Jiu Long Lake is the Knowledge Isle – the symbol of knowledge. It is a publicly accessible island with an open air performing stage and an exhibition centre. It will showcase the innovative ‘produce’ of the Guangzhou Knowledge City to the World.

中新广州知识城核心区城市设计国际竞赛 SINO-SINGAPORE GUANGZHOU KNOWLEDGE CITY INTERNATIONAL COMPETIION FOR URBAN DESIGN

Surrounding the Knowledge Island is the centre of communication (the highest dense commercial development within the CORE which serves as a transport hub and a commerce centre). The Forum (a bustling place with an integrated Convention Centre with Hotels and recreational program), the centre of Product Innovation (a research hub for product invention and development), the Wellness City (a place of healthy living) and Garden by the Lake ( a garden for the city and a place for research in environment sustainability).


A Multi-faceted and Dynamic City

IT & Communication

The Forum

Product Innovation Center

Garden by the Bay

Sport Center

Wellness Retreat

PLANNING METHODOLOGY

Current Condition

Central Island

N-S Axis

Landscape

Waterfront Corridor


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BIM This project is to build an additional building next to their existing row house. It requests an addition reflective of a new sensibility in the design of urban townhouses. Modern materials and open space planning will be used for the addition. Its program will include a digital arts studio and a painting studio. The addition will be built to the east of the existing row home.

All aspects of the addition remain within the property lines. There are no setbacks. The addition will be a total of 3 stories high (including a basement level and 2 stories above grade). It will be accessed from the interior of the existing house; from the stair landings at the basement, ground, and second floor respectively. The various floors will not have interior partitions, all floors will remain open. The Second floor height will be 13’-6�, while the Roof level will be at 27 feet above ground.

Floor Plan

SIYUAN

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Arch531 Construction Technology

43' - 10 1/2"

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ADD Second Floor Plan 1 3/8" = 1'-0" Scale

Project Number Issue Date Siyuan Yin Checker

ADD102

3/8" = 1'-0"

10' - 0"

11/25/2013 11:22:17 AM

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43' - 10 1/2"

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43' - 4"

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Basement/Ground Floor Plan

2

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Pine Street Additional House

2 ADD202

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ADD Level 3 3/8" = 1'-0"


SIYUAN

YIN

PennDesign University of Pennsylvania

Arch531 Construction Technology

Pine St. Philadelphia, PA Revit - Building InformationModel

3D Exterior View

Pine Street Additional House

Row Home Addition

SIYUA

PennDesign Construction

Date

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ADD001

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11/25/2013 11:22:13 AM

Project Number

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ADD201

ADD202

Level T.O. Roof 34' - 0 13/16"

Level T.O. Roof 34' - 0 13/16"

SIYUAN

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Level 3 23' - 6"

PennDesig

Level 3 23' - 6"

University of Pennsylvania

Arch531 Construction Techn Level 3 Rear 21' - 0"

Level 3 Rear 21' - 0"

Level 2 13' - 6"

Pine Street Additional House

Level 2 Rear 11' - 0"

Level 1 2' - 0"

Second/Roof Floor Plan

Pine Street Additional House

Level 2 Rear 11' - 0"

Level 1 2' - 0"

GROUND 0' - 0"

GROUND 0' - 0"

Level Basment -6' - 6"

Level Basment -6' - 6"

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Section | Looking North and West

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ADD103

3/8" = 1'-0"

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Building Section - Looking East 3/8" = 1'-0"

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Building Section - Looking South 3/8" = 1'-0"

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Level T.O. Roof 34' - 0 13/16"

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Level T.O. Roof 34' - 0 13/16"

PennDesig University of Pennsylvania

Arch531 Construction Techn Level 3 23' - 6"

Level 3 23' - 6"

Level 3 Rear 21' - 0"

Level 2 13' - 6"

Level 2 13' - 6"

Level 2 Rear 11' - 0"

Level 1 2' - 0"

Level 1 2' - 0"

GROUND 0' - 0"

GROUND 0' - 0"

Level Basment -6' - 6"

Level Basment -6' - 6"

Pine Street Additional House

Date

11/25/2013 11:22:17 AM

Project Number

Building Section_E/S

Level 2 13' - 6"

University of Pennsylvania

Arch531 Construction Technology

Building Section_W/N

PennDesign

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S 66 | YIN 1/2" Clapboard Siding 8 Mil Air Barrier 3/4" Plywood Sheating 8" Metal Stub Wall 8 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Gypsum Board Interior

3

8'x6' Chrome Frame Skyline 1" Insulated Glass

ADD201

2x8 Wood Blocking 4" Exterior Brick Masonry 1 1/2" Air Cavity 4 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation ADD501 8" Concrete Masonry Block 6 Mil Vapor Barrier Metal Coping 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior 2"x15" WoodFinish NailerGypsum Board

3

8'x6' Chrome Frame Skyline 1" Insulated Glass

ADD201

2x8 Wood Blocking

4 ADD501

2' - 8"

Metal Coping

Solar Shading Device Rowlock Sill 15" Slope

Level 3 23' - 6"

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2"x6" Lumber

Unive

1 ADD501

6' - 0"

Arch5 10' - 0"

10' - 0"

1 ADD501

6' - 0"

10' - 0"

Insulation Curtain Filling Wall 2"x10" Roof Framing

Level 3 Rear 21' - 0"

6' - 0"

Level 3 Rear 21' - 0"

Level 3 23' - 6"

2' - 5"

6" Grass Geotext Tile Drainage Membrane Layer 1" Sand 3/4" Bitumen high Density Board 3/4" EPDM Membrane Roofing 2" Thermal Barriers Moisture Barriers 3/4" Plywood Sheating 9-1/4" Dimension Lumber 1/2" Gypsum Wall Board Insulation Filling 2"x10" Roof Framing

6' - 4"

2' - 5"

6' - 4"

Level Level3 3 23' 23'- -6"6"

8' - 0"

1 ADD502

Wood Blocking

1' - 9"

Wood Blocking 6" Grass Geotext Tile Drainage Membrane Layer 6" Grass 1" Sand Membrane Geotext Tile Drainage 3/4" Bitumen high Density Layer Board 1" Sand 3/4" EPDM Membrane 3/4" Bitumen high Density Board Roofing 3/4" EPDM Membrane Roofing 2" Thermal Barriers 2" Thermal Barriers Moisture Barriers Moisture Barriers 3/4" Plywood Sheating 3/4" Plywood Sheating 9-1/4" Dimension Lumber 9-1/4" Dimension Lumber Gypsum Board 1/2"1/2" Gypsum WallWall Board

2 ADD502

8' - 0"

2"x15" Wood Nailer

Rowlock Sill 15" Slope Flashing with Drip Edge

Level Level2 2 13' 13'- -6"6"

2"x10" Lumber

4" Exterior Brick Masonry 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation 8" Concrete Masonry Block 6 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board 12' - 8"

Level Level2 2Rear Rear 11' 11'- -0"0"

Metal Wall Ties

Level 2 Rear 11' - 0"

Level 2 Rear 11' - 0"

11' - 6"

Metal Wall Ties Vertically Spaced @16" O.C.

11' - 6"

Vertically 6"x8"x16" Bond Beam Spaced @16" O.C.

Level 2 13' - 6"

12' - 8"

4" Exterior Brick Masonry 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation 8" Concrete Masonry Block 6 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board

3 ADD501

6' - 0"

3 ADD501

Insulation

Level 2 13' - 6"

11' - 6"

with Drip Edge

2 ADD501

Pine Street Additional House

3 Flashing ADD503

4" Exterior Brick Masonry 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation 8" Concrete Masonry Block 6 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board

8"x8"x16" Concrete Bond #4 Rebar

2 ADD501

1-1/4" Column Anchor 2 ADD503

8"x8"x16" Bond Beam

8"x8"x16" Bond Beam

Level Level1 1 2'2'- 0" - 0"

L6"x6"x1/2 Steel Angle Support L6"x6"x1/2 Steel Angle Support 1" Anchor Bolt

L6"x6"x1/2 Steel Angle Support

GROUND GROUND 0'0'- 0" - 0"

Level 1 2' - 0"

Level 1 2' - 0"

GROUND 0' - 0"

GROUND 0' - 0"

1" Anchor Bolt

2 1/2" Rigid Insulation

Gravel

Gravel

32"x16" Concrete Footing

32"x16" Concrete Footing

Level LevelBasment Basment -6'-6'- 6" - 6"

Level Basment -6' - 6"

6" Poured Concrete Floor Slab

Level Basment -6' - 6" 1' - 4"

4" French Drain 1' - 4"

4" French Drain

9' - 5"

9' - 5"

9' - 5"

2 1/2" Rigid Insulation

9' - 0"

9' - 0"

1" Anchor Bolt

6" Poured Concrete Floor Slab

2 1/2" Rigid Insulation

2 1/2" Rigid Insulation

1" Gravel Layer

1" Gravel Layer

P

Project Number ADD Wall Section - North ADD Wall Section - East 2 1/2" = 1'-0" 1/2" = 1'-0"

ADD Wall ADD Section Wall -Section North - South 3 1/2" = 1'-0" 1/2" = 1'-0"

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SIYUAN SIYUAN

0' - 9"

2' - 8"

YIN YIN Level 2 13' - 6"

1' - 6 1/2" 1' - 11 1/2"

4"x8"x16" CMU Blocks

PennDesign PennDesign Arch531 Construction Arch531 Construction Technology Technology

1/8" Low-E Tempered Glass 1/4" Argon Fill 1/8" Heat Mirror Film R5.6 TC 88 IGU 1/8" Annealed Glass

3' - 1"

17' - 0"

2' - 4 1/2"

1' - 6"

2' - 5"

8"x8"x16" Concrete Bond Beam

0' - 2 1/2"

10' - 0" 3' - 0"

Metal Wall Ties Vertically Spaced @16" O.C.

4' - 9 1/2"

4" Exterior Brick Masonry 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation 8" Concrete Masonry Block 6 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board

Level 3 23' - 6"

Typical Wall Call Out Details

Level 3 23' - 6"

1/8" Low-E Tempered Glass 1/4" Argon Fill 1/8" Heat Mirror Film R5.6 TC 88 IGU 1/8" Annealed Glass

2' - 9 1/2"

2' - 0"

1' - 9"

0' - 10"

2' - 0"

0' - 10"

10' - 0"

8' - 0"

2' - 5"

8' - 0"

10' - 0"

2x8 Wood Blocking 2x8 Wood Blocking

Pine Street House Typical WallAdditional Call Out Details

Callout Detail of Curtain Wall 1/2" = 1'-0"

8'x6' Chrome Frame Skyline 8'x6' Chrome Frame Skyline 1" Insulated Glass 1" Insulated Glass

2' - 5"

0' - 10"

Pine Street Additional House

1 6" Grass 6" Grass Geotext Tile Drainage Geotext Tile Drainage Membrane Layer Membrane Layer 1" Sand 1" Sand Bitumen high Density Board 3/4" Bitumen high 3/4" Density Board 3/4" EPDM Membrane Roofing 3/4" EPDM Membrane Roofing 2" Thermal Barriers2" Thermal Barriers Moisture Barriers Moisture Barriers 3/4" Plywood Sheating 3/4" Plywood Sheating 9-1/4" Dimension Lumber 9-1/4" Dimension Lumber 0' - 10" Gypsum Wall Board 1/2" Gypsum Wall1/2" Board

6' - 0"

2 A201

Arch531 Construction Technology

University ofUniversity Pennsylvania of Pennsylvania

Flasing Drip Edge Flasing Under Sill Drip Edge Under Sill

6' - 0"

2 A201

University of Pennsylvania

8"x8"x16" Concrete Bond Beam L6"x6"x1/2" Steel Angle Support

0' - 5"

1-1/4" Clapboard1-1/4" SidingClapboard Siding 3/4" Wood furring 3/4" Wood furring 3/4" Wood Sheating 3/4" Wood Sheating Plywood Plywood 5-1/2" Wood Stud 5-1/2" Layer Wood Stud Layer 3/4" Gypsum Wall3/4" board Gypsum Wall board

PennDesign

2"x10" Wood joists

Pine Street Additional House

1' - 9"

Level 2 Rear 11' - 0"

Level 3 23' - 6"

6' - 0"

1' - 9"

Level 3 23' - 6"

96" x 72" Fixed Window 96" x 72" Fixed Window 3 ADD201

Level 3 23' - 6"

Wood Blocking

6' - 1"

3 ADD201

Scale

6" Grass Geotext Tile Drainage Membrane Layer 1" Sand 3/4" Bitumen high Density Board 3/4" EPDM Membrane Roofing 2" Thermal Barriers Moisture Barriers 3/4" Plywood Sheating 9-1/4" Dimension Lumber 1/2" Gypsum Wall Board

5' - 6"

5' - 6"

18' - 2"

1' - 0"

5' - 0"

6" Grass 6" Grass Geotext Tile Drainage Membrane Geotext Tile Drainage Membrane Layer Layer 1" Sand 1" Sand 3/4" Bitumen high 3/4" Density Board Bitumen high Density Board 3/4" EPDM Membrane Roofing 3/4" EPDM Membrane Roofing 2" Thermal Barriers2" Thermal Barriers Moisture Barriers Moisture Barriers 3/4" Plywood Sheating 3/4" Plywood Sheating 9-1/4" Dimension Lumber 9-1/4" Dimension Lumber 1/2" Gypsum Wall1/2" Board Gypsum Wall Board

Call Out Detail for Curtain Wall

Construction Call-Out Details

YIN

4" Exterior Brick Wythe Weathered Mortar Joint 1-1/2" Air Cavity 1-1/2" Rigid Insulation 8"x8"x8" Bearing CMU 8ML Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Gypsum Board Interior

Level 3 Rear 21' - 0"

1' - 9"

0' - 9"

1' - 9"

L6"x6"x1/2" Steel Angle Level 2 13' - 6"

Level 1 2' - 0"

5-1/2" Insulation 5-1/2" Insulation 9" Insulation

1

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Callout of Cantilevered Callout Roof of Cantilevered And Floor Roof And Floor Callout of Curtain Wall Sill Framing Framing 2 1 1 1'-0" 1/2" = 1'-0" 1 1/2" = 1'-0" 1 1/2" =

Scale

Project Number Project Number Issue Date Issue Date Siyuan Yin Siyuan Yin Checker Checker

ADD502 ADD502 Scale

PennDesign Construction

Project Number Date

GROUND 0' - 0"

1 1/2" = 1'-0"1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Drawn By 11/25/2013 11:22:21 AM

Callout of Green Roof Callout at Skylight of Green Roof at Skylight 2 1 1/2" = 1'-0" 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Project Number

11/25/2013 11:22:21 AM

2

Level 2 13' - 6"

9" Insulation

4" Exterior Brick Masonry 4" Exterior Brick Masonry 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation PennDesignPennDesign ConstructionConstruction 8" Concrete Masonry Block Masonry Block 8" Concrete 6 Mil Vapor Barrier6 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board

Checked By 3

Callout of Curtain Wall Head 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Scale

Project Number Issue Date Siyuan Yin Checker

ADD503

As indicated

11/25/2013 11:22:21 AM

Level 2 13' - 6"

0' - 9 1/2"

0' - 11"

1" Anchor Bolt

0' - 11"

1

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1/2" Clapboard Siding 8 Mil Air Barrier 3/4" Plywood Sheating 8" Metal Stub Wall 8 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Gypsum Board Interior

4 ADD501 2 ADD502

8' - 0"

2"x15" Wood Nailer

1 ADD502

2' - 5"

Level 3 23' - 6"

Level 3 23' - 6"

Level 3 Rear 21' - 0"

1 ADD501

6' - 0"

2"x6" Lumber

10' - 0"

6" Grass Geotext Tile Drainage Membrane Layer 1" Sand 3/4" Bitumen high Density Board 3/4" EPDM Membrane Roofing 2" Thermal Barriers Moisture Barriers 3/4" Plywood Sheating 9-1/4" Dimension Lumber 1/2" Gypsum Wall Board Insulation Filling 2"x10" Roof Framing

6' - 4"

Wood Blocking

6' - 0"

1' - 9"

2' - 8"

Metal Coping

Rowlock Sill 15" Slope Flashing with Drip Edge

3 ADD501

4" Exterior Brick Masonry 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation 8" Concrete Masonry Block 6 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board

Level 2 13' - 6" 2"x10" Lumber

Level 2 Rear 11' - 0"

Level 2 Rear 11' - 0"

4" Exterior Brick Masonry 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation 8" Concrete Masonry Block 6 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board

11' - 6"

11' - 6"

Metal Wall Ties Vertically Spaced @16" O.C.

6' - 0"

ar 0"

Insulation

Level 2 13' - 6"

12' - 8"

2 6"

2 ADD501

8"x8"x16" Bond Beam

1 0"

L6"x6"x1/2 Steel Angle Support

D 0"

8"x8"x16" Concrete Bond #4 Rebar

Level 1 2' - 0"

Level 1 2' - 0"

GROUND 0' - 0"

GROUND 0' - 0"

9' - 0"

1" Anchor Bolt

9' - 5"

9' - 5"

2 1/2" Rigid Insulation Gravel 32"x16" Concrete Footing

4" French Drain 6" Poured Concrete Floor Slab

Level Basment -6' - 6"

Level Basment -6' - 6" 1' - 4"

2 1/2" Rigid Insulation 1" Gravel Layer

ADD Wall Section - North 1/2" = 1'-0"

3

ADD Wall Section - South 1/2" = 1'-0"

SIYUAN 2

YIN

Curtain Wall Section Perspective

PennDesign University of Pennsylvania

Arch531 Construction Technology

Perspective Render

1

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nt 6"

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2x8 Wood Blocking

10' - 0"

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Office Building

BIM 1

2

2

A201

A202

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Roof 104' - 0"

Roof 104' - 0"

Roof 104' - 0"

Level 8 92' - 0"

Level 8 92' - 0"

Solar Shading Device

Level 7 80' - 0"

Level 6 68' - 0"

Level 8 92' - 0"

Level 7 80' - 0"

Level 5 56' - 0" Custom Curtain Wall Panel

Level 4 44' - 0" Aluminate Mullion

Level 7 80' - 0"

Level 6 68' - 0"

Level 3 32' - 0"

Level 2 20' - 0"

Mezzanine 10' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 6 68' - 0"

Level 5 56' - 0" 8x14 Concrete Rectanglar Beam

B1 -12' - 0"

6" Concrete Floor

B2 -24' - 0"

B3 -36' - 0"

Level 5 56' - 0"

Level 4 44' - 0"

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1 A401

1 A402

4

1501 Spring Garden St. Philadelphia, PA Revit - Building InformationModel

1

A201

A

B

C

D

A202

E

F


A301

A301

1

1

1 A201

A

B

C

D

S Y

1 A202

E

F

G

A

B

C

D

1 A201

E

1 A202

F

G

50' - 4 7/8"

1

1

2 A201

A201

2

UP

2

UP

UP

DN 2

3' - 11 17/32" 7' - 5"

A302

A202

A202

4

6

6

Floor Plan

5

1

1 A302

A301 1

144' - 2"

13' - 7 15/16"

103' - 7"

Level 1 1/16" = 1'-0"

2

A

B

C

D

1

1

F

A

B

C

D

A202

1 A201

1

A201

E

1

F

G

A202

18' - 2 29/32"

2 2

36' - 5 15/16"

A202

3

101' - 4 3/32"

3 2

A302

2

2 A202

4

4

5

5

6

6

1 A302

S Y

Co

2 A201

2

P

P A

1

18' - 4"

2

Mezzanine 1/16" = 1'-0"

G

4' - 5 15/16"

A201

E

8' - 4 11/16" 15' - 4 5/8"

1

22' - 4 11/32"

Co

4

5

A302

4' - 6 3/4"

A301

3 2

2

Reflected Ceiling Plan

A302

2

A301

3

2

102' - 5 1/16"

2

P A

2

A301

Project N Date

Drawn B

Checked

Scale

P

R 4

B2 1/16" = 1'-0"

1

Level 4 1/16" = 1'-0"

Project N Date

Drawn B

Checked

1

Interior View_01_1 12" = 1'-0" Scale

2

Interior View_02_2 12" = 1'-0"


70 | YIN

Physical Furniture Model


Top Material

Polyurethane Foam with matte and soft surface

Bottom Material

High-Density Polyurethane with glossy lacquered finishing Joint Connection


72 | YIN

Front Elevation

Plan

Section a

Side Elevation

Exploded Axon of Formwork

Section b

Section c


Team: Juan Cerda, Allen DeMarche, Marco Hyman

Concrete Bridge


74 | YIN

3701 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104 Product and Graphic Design

Logo. Signature. Flyer. Business Card. Menu.


Physical Fabrication

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Architecture Design Portfolio 2015

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