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PROTFOLIO ARC 201

SI YING CHENG


TABLE OF CONTENT Design Exercise 1: LINE

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Design Exercise 2: PLANE

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Design Exercise 3: VOLUME

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1. LINE

PARALLEL Seven different spaces are divided with parallel walls. Not only is physically paralleled but also meant for the parallel world. There are two sets of space, above and below, representing the two different yet similar world. The openings on two walls are the connection between two worlds, almost touching the other wold but never exceeding the boundary. The parallel world is like an imaginary world of fairy tale. When walking on the surface level, the imagination of walking on the above level is like imagining a different life that can not be achieved in the reality.

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2. PLANE

WAVING Multipul levels are divided with curving stairs. The dynamic shapes of the ocean waves are connected together to form a continuously waving stairs. The physical mostion of the ocean waves can be felt as moving through the stairs.

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3. VOLUME

RISING Two volumes of blocks connect together to create a form of the rising stair. The largest volume sits in the middle to forme the fundamental shape of the project. The two scaled volumes sit separately on the sides, creating three major spaces, where then subdivided into seven different study spaces. The openings on the facade correspond to the Goldring Center, where motion in the building can be seen outside from the street. The whole building presents an upward motion which can be metaphorically applied to the feeling of studying that every knowledge learned feels like one level up towards more knowledge.

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