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Design Formicarium Interdisciplinary Creative Incubator W ORK SAM P L E | H U NG FA I TA N G | 6 1 7 7 1 0 6 5 8 3 | f ai jar @ gm ai l. com Strategies

Programtic Organization

Developer Approach: Maximize Floor Area

DESIGN INCUBATOR

Desing Incubator Area: 33,000 gsf

Typical Stacking of 7 floors

Strategy II: “Connective Surface”

Strategy III: “Inhabitable Wall”

ADMIN.

PRODUCTION ARCHI. & LIGHTING

FAB LAB FILM & VIDEO GRAPHIC & BRANDING

I-Beam

The programatic “Beam” are introduced to occupy the “Void”

O-Beam

The “Surface” negeotiates “Beams” to connect them.

INDUST. & MEADIA

Increasing solar eposure with double curvture 1. Insulated channel glasses with transparency varition 2. Insulated plain glasses 3. Metal cladding with white coating

DESIGN & MATERIAL LIBRARY

Beam Typologies

STORAFRONT

STOREFRONT

THEATRE

THEATRE

Water barrier

25mm Extruded polystyrene foam board

INDUST.

2mm Metal flashing

MEDIA THE VOID

W36 x 527 I beam

ADMIN. CAFE & LOBBY DESIGN & MATERIAL LIBRARY

140mm Extruded polystyrene foam board

FAB LAB STOREFRONT

Tectonics Assembles: THEATRE 1. Composition of four panel materials: clear glass, etched glass, zinc panel, amd copper mesh 2. Insulated plain glasses 3. Roof decking with bend profile

1. Continuous metal mesh envelope 2. Insulated plain glasses

10mm Heat soaked toughened glass 16mm Air cavity 8mm Heat soaked toughened glass

3

H-section I-section Offset to provide space

FAB LAB

H-Beam

for both sound and heat

GRAPHIC & BRANDING

ADMIN. CAFE & LOBBY

Tectonics Assembles:

Alternating opague, translucent andinsulation transparent Continuous 1.envelope provides good polycarbonate sheets 2. Insulated plain glasses 3. Metal roof decking with white coating

FILM & VIDEO

INTERDISCIPLINARY

The “Wall” inbatit the periphary of Ice House

Tectonics Assembles:

Tectonics Assembles:

BIKE MANU.

FILM & VIDEO GRAPHIC & BRANDING

INDUST. & MEADIA

The stacking programs kills the “Void Space”

Double layered water barrier 80mm Extruded polystyrene foam board Vapour barrier 150mm Precasted concrete decking W 10 x 30 I beam Suspended ceiling

ARCHI. & LIGHTING

BIKE MANU.

ARCHI. & LIGHTING

BIKE MANU.

THE BEAMS

CAFE & LOBBY

reflection witrh sinle curvature

mize solar exposure

Strategy I: “Programmatics Beams”

DESIGN & MATERIAL LIBRARY

The Ice House has to house the Design Incubator

Sectional Detail

Designer Approach: Maximize Quality

Maximize solar exposure

C-section 3

Increae headroom

Engage high angle sun

Maximize Area 10mm Heat soaked toughened glass 16mm Air cavity 8mm Heat soaked toughened glass

3

1

1

300mm Ventilation air cavity

1 2 1

2

50mm x 100mm Aluminum profile

2

2

Double low E glazing 60mm x 2

Polycarbonate sheet

HD14 x 117 Steel Column

Structural Model

Section + 132'-7"

+ 101'-9"

25mm floor finish Vapour barrier 75mm Extruded Polystyrene foam board 150mm Precasted concrete decking W10 x 30 I beam

+ 88'-10"

+ 76'-3"

+ 69'-0"

+ 49'-0" + 44'-0"

+ 33'-0"

+ 26'-0"

+ 13'-9"

±0'

Massing Model

50mm Waterproof exterior board Water barrier 40mm Extruded polystyrene foam board


URBAN FOLIAGE ROOFTOP SHADING DEVICE W ORK SAM P L E | H U NG FA I TA N G | 6 1 7 7 1 0 6 5 8 3 | f ai jar @ gm ai l. com Concept I: Origami System

Concept II: Foliage Shading

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Daylighting Analysis

Output

Input

December - 11.00 am - 02.00 pm

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December - 11.00 am - 02.00 pm

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Solar Radiation | December 1 - December 31

Image Sampler Division Grid factor

Surface Subdivision

Geometry: Circle

09.00 am

10.00 am

11.00 am

01.00 pm

02.00 pm

03.00 pm

12.00 pm

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Solar Radiation | June1 - June30

December - 09.00 am

Design Model

December - 01.00 pm


Dynamic exchange between indoor and outdoor spaces

“A Place to Present, to Integrate and to Distinguish”

Beyond Bouwkunde New Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft W ORK SAM P L E | H U NG FA I TA N G | 6 1 7 7 1 0 6 5 8 3 | f ai jar @ gm ai l. com Programs Organization

Keyplan

Spatial varieties

“The Tower” cafe/ restaurant on top floor

conference facilities

Connections

car + bicycle parking

mega-structure

restaurant & cafe

studio space for young architects

lecture hall

guest rooms

library

Mekelpark

ECOPARK

CARPARK BERLAGE PLAZA

BOUWKUNDE

UW UWE DELFT NIE E NIEUWE ELFT NI DELFT NIEUWE NIEUWE ED T UW DELFT DELF LF NIE T NIEU FT WE DE DEL

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“Berlage Square”

ECO PARK

ELE. ENG MATHS

MECH . ENG

COMPUTER SCI.

MARTIME ENG

CULTURAL C E N T R E

CIVIL ENG

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STOP BOUWKUNDE

lecture halls

GEOSCI.

BOUWKUNDE

LIBRARY AULA APPLIED SCI.

studio space for young architects

SPORT CENTRE

Plan “The Bridge”

exposition gallery + cafe

studio

“The Stage”

entrance to public square

Bouwkunde tram station

existing water pond

Public domain & circulation

“The Stage”- studios on cascade platforms ±0.0

gymnasium

“The Tower”

-1.0

Bouwkunde Tram Station

-mega-structure defines vertical zones of about 3 to 4-story high -great flexibility in both spatial and program arrangement -light construction provides intermediate floors

informal seating place for spontaneous meeting

entrance to “The Bridge”

Bouwkunde entrance lobby

+11.4 +11.4 +6.4

+11.4

3-story car & bicycle parking

new roof deck over the campus gymnasium

Dialogue between engineering building

+7.0

-4.0

Bouwkunde reception platform connecting to the Tower & the Bridge

-4.0

“Berlage Square”

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“The Bridge” -links up the surrounding campus facilities from car park to gymnasium -offers convenient and comfortable travel experience in all climate conditions -gallery, cafe, magazine store arranged along the path way to support spontaneous meeting

“The Stage”

- studios on platforms of various heights -maximum visual contact among students -open plan offers great flexibility for layout arrangement

cafe

gallery

elevator

studio new roof deck

“Berlage Square”

- perfect space for Bouwkunde Party, mass gathering and experimental construction, e.g. full scale facade mock up

bicycle ramp entrance to Bouwkunde

workshop space

Bouwkunde Tram Station


+ Revitalization of Good Prospect Building Design Competition 2010 Open Ground for business meeting with the public

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- Basic Column Beam & Slab Structure

- Remove all low wall & frame window to maximize the surface for natural light

Box-window Type Double- glazed cavity

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Wong Chuk Hang is a post-industrial district under transformation into a robust commercial and hotel hub activities in near future. Good Prospect Building is standing right next to one of the main roads,Wong Chuk Hang Road, which is an important gateway linking southern part of Hong Kong Island to the city centre in the north. In urban scale, with its advantageous location and dominant south-facing façade, renovation of Good

Facade[Green]scaPe Design Criteria

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1. Program - provide comfortable working space 2. Context - create a new image in the postindustrial district 3. Environmental & Energy Saving - Air quality - Noise - Sunlight - Wind

Facade [Green]scaPe

- Minimize heat gain during summer - Provide sound insulation against the external noise - Improve indoor environment and perimeter area

[1] DEEP REFLECTION

and create a distinctive unique facade [Green]scaPe - By STACK EFFECt, the undulating and carry hot air away

[2] GLARE

+

=

[3] AIR QUALITY & NOISE LEVEL

+

[4] VIEW

+

Revitalization of life Good Prospect Building Design Competition 2010 Second pedestrian in the area. It should embrace the concept of revitalization, sustainability and |green design Prize

Design Parameters of Facade[Green]scaPe

Green-Scape From Re-novate to In-novate building and upgrading necessities for the new programme, but is an IN-novative design for REnovation of Good Prospect Building. It minimizes the structural change meanwhile maximizes the building value for the owner, the user and the context by establishing two [Green]scapes:

- Angle (constant = 40degree) - to deal with 80% direct sunlight - Spacing (80 ~ 400mm) - Width (100 ~ 500mm) - In-and-out position (-2000 ~ 500mm) - Material & color

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Design Competition 2010

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[Green]scaPe is sustainable and Box-window Type Double- glazed cavity

Facade [Green]scaPe

- Remove all low wall & frame window to maximize the surface for natural light

- Reduce the wind pressure effects - Minimize heat gain during summer - Provide sound insulation against the external noise - Improve indoor environment and perimeter area

- Specifically designed solar shading device accoding to different parameters and create a distinctive unique facade [Green]scaPe - By STACK EFFECt, the undulating shading skin allows air to flow through and carry hot air away

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renovation of Good on design green design ”lity andBuilding!

The Facade

- Basic Column Beam & Slab Summer -Structure Inverted Landscaped made of recycled - Minimize heat gain during summer toAirflow maximizewindow the surface(Internal for naturalair curtain) Solstice - Provide sound insulation against core tube of printing paper, light echos 10% Exhaust Air returns to AHUthe via Angle external noise against the stepping ground - Improve indoor environment and double-skin cavity

Average Sun Angle

protect from glare due to low relaxingParameters and informalofsetting for resting, Design meeting and walking through angle sunlight at winter time

CORE

Balcony

Extensive Green Roof + Rainwater Harvesting System

- each louvre is treated as a

Electrical System

- Spacing (80 ~ 400mm) - Enlarged Core on one side breaks - Width (100 ~ 500mm) layout houses - symmetrical In-and-out position (-2000 ~and 500mm) - reception/security Material & color check point

the the

- box-double skin facade has relatively higher acoustic control

to 9m deep.

sun angle, which is chosen as a bench mark to minimize about 80% of direct sunlight, while being able to be

system

10% Exhaust Air returns to AHU via double-skin cavity

angular louvre Imprint - dotted Low-E Glass to protect from glare due to low angle sunlight at winter time

[4] VIEW

+

Extensive Green Roof + Rainwater Harvesting System

Air Handling Unit + Water-cooled Chiller

Sectional Detail 1:50

Through box window facade with separate ventilation for each bay

Air return

energy, Denser spacing as sound tobarrier the - more setback balcony to system

Air Supply

Better view at higher level can have a wider spacing to create less obstruction

form buffer area for greenery - box-double skin facade has relatively higher acoustic control

Balcony

and carry hot air away

[2] GLARE

GROUND

[3] AIR QUALITY & NOISE LEVEL

[4] VIEW

Cool Air diffuses from Radiant Chilled Ceiling Beam Stack Effect

+

+ Direct sunlight at winter time - Use of dotted-print glass panel and low-E glass to protect from direct low angle sunlight

Denser spacing as sound barrier - more setback balcony to

Rainwater harvesting system

to 9m deep.

Exhaust air heated by solar energy escape along THE FACADE by

+

- box-double skin facade has relatively higher acoustic control

Infrared Motion Sensors Collected rainwater which are introduced at all areas would supplied on demand connect to the HVAC and lighting system outlets. With 50%-70% Sectional Detail 1:50 Through box window facade with separateThat ventilationsensor for each bay directly. could automatically the system can greatly Deep light switch on the ventilation reduce the demand angular louvre system and light system for drinking-quality Imprint - dotted Low-E Glass to protect from glare due to low at particular area or room mains supply water. The angle sunlight at winter time as any occupant enters system can minimize the to the particular areas impact of erosion and which are covered by the infrared radiation. environment

Average Sun Angle (40 degree)

ovation design pect” Building!

[1] DEEP REFLECTION

1. Program - provide comfortable working space Deep light 2.capturing Context - create new image in the postgooda cross ventilation and industrial district by reflection natural lighting 3. Environmental & Energy Saving angular louvre - Air quality profile - Noise - Sunlight Imprint - dotted Low-E Glass to - Wind Wooden Deck creates - Exterior a

- Angle (constant = 40degree) - to deal with 80% direct sunlight

Better view at higher level can have a wider spacing to create less obstruction

and create a distinctive unique facade [Green]scaPe - By STACK EFFECt, the undulating

perimeter area

WALL (40 degree)

Summer Solstice Angle

sive Green + Rainwater sting System

Panel & Beam +

Limited HVAC system Mitigating urban heat This proposed using water-cooled Design Parameters of chiller. The Double Reducing heat gain from decrease in fan Angular profile Direct sunlight at winter Facade[Green]scaPe Façade ALSO contributes roof as compared - each louvre is treated as a time - Angle (constant = 40degree) 80% HVAC micro- reflector for a specific - Use of dotted-print partly- to deal to with the Controlling storm water standardglassVAV sun angle, which is chosen panel and low-E glass to direct sunlight system. In this way the baseline as a bench mark to minimize protect from direct low - Angular Profile - to reflect light up to 9m deep = > Double Façade can>play about 80% of direct sunlight, prolong the > life spanangle of sunlight - Spacing (80 ~ 400mm) while being able to be - Width (100 ~ 500mm) the role of the roof and enhance the reflected into the office up - In-and-out position (-2000 ~ 500mm) to 9m deep. + the pre-heater for the image of the building - Material & color ventilation air + ventilation duct Ordinary Industrial Natural(mostly Box-window Type Facade [Green]scaPe +Maximized pre-cooler for CEILING Building Lighting Double- glazed cavity night cooling) - Remove all low wall & frame window

Facade[Green]scaPe

ative design for REeanwhile maximizes two [Green]scapes:

+

- Air quality - Noise - Sunlight - Wind

Facade[Green]scaPe Design - Green Wall covers up all theCriteria services

Denser spacing as sound barrier - more setback balcony to

Deep light

an IN-novative RE-novation design authentic “Good Prospect” Building!

Maximized Natural

Lighting Sustainable Measures

Average Sun Angle (40 degree)

=

l and hotel hub [2] GLARE [3] AIR QUALITY & NOISE LEVEL Facade[Green]scaPe Design Criteria [1] DEEP REFLECTION nd line and city dspect exciting mixBuilding of 1. Program -Design provide comfortable working space Competition 2010 2. Context - create a new image in the postWong Chuk Hang industrial district ntre in the north. 3. Environmental & Energy Savingsystem HVAC Extensive Green Roof Radiant Chilled Ceiling

nd orevitalize v a t the e

Summer Solstice Angle

2 to be a Sustainable Green Building, which is: Enhance human comfort and spatial quality for the new program Interplay of old and new Good use of recycled materials

- Basic Column Beam & Slab Structure

sun angle, which is chosen as a bench mark to minimize about 80% of direct sunlight, while being able to be

Direct sunlight at winter time - Use of dotted-print glass panel and low-E glass to protect from direct low angle sunlight

THE FAÇADE THE GROUND

Facade Development

Ordinary Industrial Building Other

- each louvre is treated as a

Better view at higher level can have a wider spacing to create less obstruction

Building Integrated Photovoltaic’s Power generator Podium Garden

10% Exhaust Air returns to AHU via double-skin cavity

Sectional Detail 1:50

Through box window facade with separate ventilation for each bay KITCHEN

Gallery /Artist Studio

THE GROUND

Gallery is more transparent toward the Wong Chuk Hang highway to get more exposure to passer-by

Natural Cross Ventilation

Interior Perspective

Sectional Diagram 1:500 SWITCH ROOM

CAFE

Exhaust air heated by solar energy escape along THE FACADE by stack effect

Balcony

Open Entrance WC

LIFT LOBBY

SECURITY Exhaust air heated by solar energy escape along THE FACADE by

Gallery is more transparent toward the Wong Chuk Hang highway to get more exposure to passer-by

Gallery is more transparent toward the Wong Chuk Hang

highway to get more Natural Cross Ventilation

exposure to passer-by

Exterior Facade View on Wong Chuk Hang Highway

Interior Perspective

Natural Cross Ventilation

Ground Floor Plan 1:200

Exterior Facade View on Wong Chuk Hang Highway

Interior Perspective

Gallery as Entrance

Shortcut Passage

Exterior Facade on Wong Chuk Hang Highway


Site Analysis

Masterplan

1500m from site boundary

7% urban gre

(zone 1500m o

1,280,000 m2 17,210,000 m2 2,940,000 m2 reference:

17% average

Green

Urban Context Program

residential industrial institutions utilities green sport venue

2nd Runner-up

Kai Tak Airport Urban Design W ORK SAM P L E | H U NG FA I TA N G | 6 1 7 7 1 0 6 5 8 3 | f ai jar @ gm ai l. com Developments

Renderings

Development Phasing Plan

Circulation Plan

Harbour Circulation

Development Phasing Plan Circulation Plan Phase I: 202.5 ha

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metro park metro station hotel airport memorial museum recreational facilties stadiums

2 3

Cultural Entertainment

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5

Residential SOHO

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Office and Commerial

lightrail station

light rail

Phase II: 510.9 ha

Urban capacitor

view corridor

MTR

public housings infracstructures education units commerial buildings

Land Use Plan Land Use Plan

Human Circulation Plan

Recreational Institutional

Phase III: 134.9 ha high quality housings office and commercial development cultural facilties

Landscape as infrastructure

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VENUE SPORT A 7 Programs

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14

PR

1 Main stadium 2 Indoor sports arena 3 Water cube swimming arena 4 Metro hotel 5 Leisure and Culture Service Department Headquarter 6 Existing sport arena 7 Heliport and helicopter pilot training institute 8 Recreation and entertainment waterfront 9 Cruise terminal 10 EYE of Hong Kong 11 Kati Tak Memorial Museum 12 Memorial Park 13 Metro Station 14 Touristic lightrail

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Sports avenue

Landscape Plan Landscape Plan urban green linkage


TIMBER New England Design and Fabrication competition

D (ifferentiated)-LAM

W ORK SAM P L E | H U NG FA I TA N G | 6 1 7 7 1 0 6 5 8 3 | f ai jar @ gm ai l. com CONCEPTS

FORM DEVELOPMENT

+

+

= RULED SURFACE

TYPICAL 2” x 6” LUMBER

3-PLY LAMINATION

DEFORMARION: BENDING

DEFORMARION: TWISTING

ROTATION ARMATURE

TWISTED ELEMENT

D-LAM

UPPER LEVEL ENTRANCE

AGGREGATION PROCESS

AGGREGATION TYPES BSA OFFICES

0, 0, 7

0, 0, 7

D-LAM FABRICATION DOCUMENTARY

D-LAM EXHIBIT

TURN +45o SHIFT 1.75” 1, 0, 3.5

GROUND FLOOR ENTRY LOBBY

TURN -45o SHIFT 1.75” -1, 0, 3.5

CONTINUE TO GALLERY EAST

FLOOR PLAN 0, 0, 0

0, 0, 0

1’ - 5”

8’ - 5” 7’

SECTION

1/4” THK. STL. PLATE 3/4” THK. LAMINATED WOOD, MILLED TO FIT STL. PLATE

STL. PLATE BOLTED TO STRUCTURE BELOW

1/4” - 1” 3D PRINT MODEL

JOINT AXON

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