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PORTFOLIO TZU YU THERESA HSU


TZU YU THERESA HSU


TZU YU THERESA HSU PHONE / 1 415 766 1519 EMAIL / j190078617@hotmail.com WEB / www.tzuyutheresahsu.com

ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY 79 New Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 DIRECTOR / Archana Myer INSTRUCTOR / Chamindri Wijemanne

PRINTER / Imagink Copying & Printing BINDERY / Imagink Copying & Printing FONTS / Helvetica Neue LT Std 35 Thin SOFTWARE / Adobe Creative Cloud 2016

COPYRIGHT © TZU YU THERESA 2016 SPRING All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or any other information storage or retrieval system, without express permission from Tzu Yu Theresa Hsu the designer.


B IOGR APHY

My name is Tzu Yu Theresa Hsu. It sounds like a normal name, but it was named by a greatest woman in the world-Mother Teresa. I was born in Chicago, but I grow up in Taiwan. I live in a warm and lovely family. My father always told me, “To think about how to make our world become better place more than earn lot money.” His words has significant effect for every step in my life, and it actually gave me different thought to explore the meaning of my life’s goal. When I finished The General Scholastic Ability Test in Taiwan, I chose Landscape architecture design for my undergraduate major. It was my first time to know the relationship between space, people and environment. When I was a freshman, my design courses were mainly related to concepts of space, form and shape. Through creative projects, I learned to think up and beyond. When I was doing the design projects, I realized design can affect people and nature. Design can reduce pollution to our environment, and design can convey environmental awareness to our society. This experience allowed me to discover different type of design skills or functions. Also, it helped me to learn about how important of sustainable design. Because of my college education, I realize to be a good designer is not just creating a comfortable space for people, but also protecting our environment and earth. College was a turning point in my life. After I graduated from college, and I found out outdoor spaces are limited in some urban cities, such as Taipei and Tokyo. Therefore, I started to think nature elements actually can explore to interior space. If I can design inside and outside space together, it might be able to create more functional and sustainable space for people and our environment. That is the reason that I chose interior architecture design for my master degree major. It’s not only a new field that I can explore and practice, but also is a good major to improve my background. Life for me is not finding myself, it is about creating myself. I enjoy leaning and discovering new things. In fact, while I was studying in United States, I found out different design thinking and vision that I never noticed before. Most important thing for me is that designs is not only create a beautiful art, but also improve our world become a better place to our next generation.


TABLE OF CONTENTS BIOGRAPHY..................................................................05 DESIGN MILK OFFICE...............................................09 AZALEA STORE DESIGN.........................................45 GUEST HOUSE DESIGN..........................................83 MAIN HOUSE DESIGN............................................109 DIGITAL APPLICATION.............................................143 SKETCHES..................................................................153


DESIGN M ILK OF F ICE

DESIGN MILK

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SITE IN F OR M AT ION

Design Milk is an online magazine dedicated that what’s innovative, fresh, and new in the world of design. This website includes art, architecture, interior design, furniture and fashion. Design Milk’s mission is to bring forth great design for everyone. Most of employees they are working in their homes around the world. However, for this project, we are going to image what is the looking and style of future Design Milk office. Also, we have to design a physical space which includes a pop-up store, a showroom and an office space for the Design Milk company.

Location: Mission Bay District Occupancy: Retail and Commercial Size: 3822 sq.ft Stories: 1 Neighborhood: Mission Bay


MISSION BAY

DESIGN MILK

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USER SCENA R IO

Office / Private Space

Office Employers

Show Room

Writer, Editor, Contributor, Intern

Public / Half Open

Pop -Up Store

Customer Local People, Interior Designer, Architect, Artist, Investor

Show Room


DESIGN I N SP IR AT IO N

Minimalism

Garden Office

DESIGN MILK

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C ONCEPT DEV E L OP M E NT

Make new dialog in the office and pop-up store ( Home Office & Minimalism style )

When Design Milk starts, they don’t have a physical commercial space for their employees. Everyone works in their homes and write design articles from their cities or countries. Therefore, I want to remain this home atmosphere into the future office. I am going to create a cozy space for the staff can easily chat and make a new design dialogue in their work station. In addition, Design Milk character more likes modern and minimalism style. Besides, the pop-up store and showroom can be designed to public or half open spaces for employees. Thus, I want to design a space that can use minimal forms and modern materials to achieve my concept. Therefore, I created a big house shape for the showroom. Also, I minimized the house shape into the pop-up store display area. This way can increase more vision space also connect with Design Milk style.


Gathering Space for People Creating a space for people easily to gather and chat in the office area.

Sustainable Building Materials I will chose sustainable materials or cradle to cradle building materials to this interior space and the furniture.

Office Furniture System Living office furniture system and movable walls can change the size or hind from the space. It can create more working area for employees.

DESIGN MILK

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BUBBLE DIA GR AM

Cafeteria

Storage

Meeting Room

Art Gallery

Office

Showroom

Restroom

Entrance

Pop-Up Store

People

Private Space »» »» »»

O ffice(work station) Shelves(magazine,books) M eeting Room

»» Cafeteria Half open Space

»»

Up store) Restroom

Half open Space »» »»

Showroom Storage(for showroom + Pop-

»» »»

Pop -Up store G athering Space


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F LOOR PL A N (LEVEL -1)

3 1

5

2 8

4 6


1.Cafeteria 2.Stoarge 3.Elevator

7 9

4.Working Area 5.Meeting Room 6.Restroom 7.Art Gallery 8.Pop-Up Store 9.Entrance

DESIGN MILK

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F LOOR PL A N (LEVEL -2)

Open to Below

2 DN

3

1


1.Working + Reading Space 2.Gathering Space 3.Show Room

Open to Below

DESIGN MILK

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RCP PL A N (LEVEL -1)

P2 A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A2

A2

P2 A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1 A1

A1

A1

A1

A1 A1

A1 A1

A1

A1

A1

P2 A1

P2


P2

A1 - Recessed Ceiling Light

P1

P1

A2 - Track Light P1 - Pendant Light P2 - Pendant Light

A1

A1

P1

P1

P1

P1

P1

P1

P2

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RCP PL A N (LEVEL -2)

P3 P3 P3 P3

P3 A2

P3

A2 P3

P3

P3

P3

A2

A2

A2

A2

P3 A2


A2: Track Light P3: Pendant light

DESIGN MILK

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ELEVAT ION ( P O P- UP STOR E)

10' - 6"

42' - 10"

14' - 5"

36' - 4"

22' - 0"

26' - 7"

5' - 7"

19' - 7"

8' - 10"

46' - 0"


Through this elevation you can easily see the Design Milk’s logo was randomly placed on the pop-up store wall. This way is want to create more dynamic movement into the pop-up store area.

DESIGN MILK

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ELEVAT ION (SHOW R OOM)


When people walk into this Design Milk office, the first thing they see is the big house show room in front of entrance. I chose modern wall paper for the show room house material. This way is not only to create a functional space, but also to make it looks like a art pieces.

10' - 6"

42' - 10"

14' - 5"

36' - 4"

22' - 0"

26' - 7"

5' - 7"

19' - 7"

8' - 10"

46' - 0"

DESIGN MILK

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ELEVAT ION (SHOW R OOM)

In this space, the ceiling height is 20’, so I created a mezzanine floor to increase more working area for the office and show room. The patterns I chose for the cafeteria and show room was found from the Design Milk web site.


10' - 6"

42' - 10"

14' - 5"

36' - 4"

22' - 0"

26' - 7"

5' - 7"

19' - 7"

8' - 10"

46' - 0"

DESIGN MILK

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Entrance & Show room Rendering In front of entrance, there is a big house showroom on the mezzanine floor, and connect the spiral staircase, below the showroom space is art gallery area. In addition, I design hanging planter to reduce the ceiling height for people.

10' - 6"

42' - 10"

14' - 5"

36' - 4"

22' - 0"

26' - 7"

5' - 7"

19' - 7"

8' - 10"

46' - 0"


DESIGN MILK

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Cafeteria Rendering Cafeteria is an important gathering area for Design Milk staff. I used warm color to highlight all space. Also, I made a plant wall to separate from elevator area.

10' - 6"

42' - 10"

14' - 5"

36' - 4"

22' - 0"

26' - 7"

5' - 7"

19' - 7"

8' - 10"

46' - 0"

DESIGN MILK

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Office Rendering For office space, I chose Herman-miller living office furniture to create a flexible working station for design milk employee.

10' - 6"

42' - 10"

14' - 5"

36' - 4"

22' - 0"

26' - 7"

5' - 7"

19' - 7"

8' - 10"

46' - 0"


DESIGN MILK

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Pop-up Store Rendering Pop-up store concept came from small house shape. There are many furniture and home decor article and in the Design Milk website, so I thought small house units can give a good display area for these furniture products.

10' - 6"

42' - 10"

14' - 5"

36' - 4"

22' - 0"

26' - 7"

5' - 7"

19' - 7"

8' - 10"

46' - 0"

DESIGN MILK

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Mezzanine Floor Rendering I created a branding wall for the Design Milk on the mezzanine floor. In front of the feature wall is another gathering and working area for employees.

79' - 6"

6' - 0"

12' - 8"

13' - 10"

23' - 8"

36' - 4"

DN


DESIGN MILK

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M AT ER I A L S BOA RD

Eco-friendly hardwood floors

Polished Concrete floors

Nature pattern carpet tile

White marble for Elevator Wall

Cow Wallpaper

Minimalism Style Wallpaper

Yellow Paint

Brasiliana-Tile


A: Herman-miller Jump Space

A1: Robotic Recessed Light

B: Herman-miller Bar Chair

A2: Precision LED Low Voltage 85 CRI Track Head

C:Aeron Chair

A3: Z10 LED Canopy Spotlight

D: Herman-miller Office Table

P1: Swell Narrow Pendant Light

P2: Koma Edo LED Pendant Light

DESIGN MILK

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AZALEA STORE

DESIGN MILK

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SITE IN F OR M AT ION

Azalea sells women’s and men’s apparel, accessories, bags, shoes, home accessories and Azalea exclusive private label. Azalea is founded by Catherine Chow and Corina Number in 09.23.2003, and it is original from San Francisco. Azalea carries many different kind of brands in their store, The store price range is 30 dollars to 500 dollars. Azalea uses use black and white color to their logos. It’s simple, clear, and really fit its product’s style.


AZALEA

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USER SCENA R IO

People who have brunch and coffee near this neighborhood restaurant or cafe shop.

People who live around this neighborhood

People who love to shopping in this neighborhood.


Hayes Valley Demographic

55.2%

71.9%

Male

White Collar

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74.5%

Non-Family Household

$ 61,736 Median Income 25-44

AZALEA

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STOR E ANALYSIS

PROS - Good Location for the store - Different kind of collections - Two places for window display - Good circulation in this store

CONS - Extra space for ADA ramp - Because Azalea carry a lot brand, but it doesn’t have any clear label for their products. - Not interesting storefront - Too dark at daytime


Entrance

HAYES STREET

Window Display Accessories

Clothing Display

Christopher Elbow Artisanal Chocolate Cashier

Clothing Display

Storage

Stairs Window

Clothing Display

Display

Second entrance

GOUGH STREET

Ramp

(Not open for customer) Fitting Room

Pants Display

Storage

Location: 411 Hayes Street, San Francisco. Size: 1500 sq.ft Stories: 1 Neighborhood: Hayes Valley AZALEA

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C ONCEPT PHILOSOPHY

CONCEPT - MODERN PARADISE

Modern Paradise is a good term for this area because Hayes valley mixes with many high-end boutiques, restaurants, and housing complexes. Also, this neighborhood surrounded by a lot Victoria house style. It makes people feel they are not shopping in the concrete urban city. I think this neighborhood gives people a cozy and relax feeling compare with other shopping area. Therefore, I want to bring this concept to the Azalea store. Also, I use simple and modern form to connect its brand’s style.


AZALEA

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SOC I A L I MPA CT

Less Package With the Products - Product design changes (e.g.: concentrates, different product structures). - Modifications to package design (e.g: structure of the package). - New or different types of package design. - Single material packaging. - Design packages that are refillable or reusable. Cooperate with local designer or provide a space for art student - We can cooperate with local fashion designers or students in the art school to create new products. - Providing a space for local designer for their fashion show or flea market. Use Eco-Friendly Fabric - Materials like cotton, silk and wool. - Be (re)purposeful, we can choose to buy clothes and accessories that have been re-purposed.


AZALEA

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DESIGN SOL UT IO N

Flexible Furniture - Use movable shelves into the store, and it can create more spaces during the events. Monochrome Color - It can address the modern concept to the store also reinforce connection between the brand and shop. - For the clothes display, I chose black metal rack to make the showcases more simple and modern. Lighting - Use track light for the display area, and it can makes the products stand out more for customers. - Use the pendent lights to decorate show case, it can create focal point to the customers’ eyes.


AZALEA

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MOOD BOA RD

COZY

MONOCHROME

MUTED COLOR

NEUTRAL TONES


AZALEA

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BUBBLE DIA GR AM

Matrix Diagram

Clothing Shop Entrance Reception Window Dis. Bags Clothes Shoes Storage Fitting Room

Primary Secondary Minimum or none Undesirable


Window Display

Hat + Clothes

Entrance

New Arrival Products

Bags + Clothes Cashier Storage + Office

Accessories

Customer Employee

Window Display

Shoes + Sales Products

Fitting Room

Pants + Jeans Storage

AZALEA

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C ONCEPT SKETC H ES


Decorated Glass

Product Display

Decorated Glass

Cashier Product Display

Black Metal Rack

Window Display

AZALEA

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F LOOR PLAN 1

2

3

4

5

6

7 8 11

9

10

13

12


1. Main Entrance 2. Window Display 3. New Arrivals Product 4. Designer Brand Display 5. Cashier 6. Storage & Office 7. Secondary Products 8. Coat & Long Clothing Display 9. Fitting Room 10. Pants & Jeans Display 11. Sales Product & Shoes Display 12. Staff Room 13. Back Door Window Display AZALEA

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RCP PLAN A3

A1

A3

A2 A2

A2 A1

A2

P2 P2 P2

P1

A1

P2

P1 A1

A1

P2 P1

A1

A1

A1

A1

P2 A1

A3 A3 A1

A1 A1

A1 A1

A1

A1 A3

A1

A1

A3

A3

A1

A1

A1

A3 A1

A1

A1


A1

Recessed Lighting

A2

Wall-wash Recessed Lighting

P1

Cashier Pendant Lighting

P2

Decorated Pendant Lighting

A3

Tracking Lighting AZALEA

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ELEVAT ION S (E A ST & W E ST)

Basically, I chose modern and simple shape to design every product display place. I only used black metal pipe to create the place for hanging clothes. In addition, I used some wood and concrete material to design the focal wall in front of entrance and cashier area.

1 2


1

2

East Elevation

West Elevation

AZALEA

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ELEVAT ION S ( F R O NT&B A C K)

In front of entrance, I designed a light inside of the glass. I used this folding paper shelves for the new way to emphasize this area and get arrival products. Also, the top of attention from customers. shelves were three different level triangle glass, and I installed pendent

3

4


3

4

Entrance Elevation

Shoes Area Elevation

AZALEA

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BR A ND IDE NT I T Y T - Shirt Recycle Paper Roll

Shirt Box


Shirt Box Package

T - Shirt Box

AZALEA

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New Arrival Product Area I create folding shelves combine with triangle glass ceiling wall on the top. Each shelves’s and glass have different level.


AZALEA

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Shoes & Sales Product Area I designed a shoes and sales products place in the back of the store, and I used black metal pipe and connected with marble texture cases to create the product display place.

AZALEA

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Fitting Room & Jeans Area I design same display case with the shoes place. I chose mirror material for the fitting room wall.


M AT ER I A L S BOA RD

White Wood Table Display

Concrete Wall Covering

White Wood Panel Floor

Grey Wood

Black Wooden Display Case


A1: Recessed Light

A2: Precision LED Wall Wash Light

P1: Glass Pendant Light

P2: Industrial Style Pendant light

A3: LED Low Voltage 85 CRI Track Head

AZALEA

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GUEST HOUSE DESIGN

AZALEA

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SITE IN F OR M AT ION

DEMOGRAPHY

Statistic Population Population density (sq mi) Median age Male/Female ratio Married (15yrs & older) Speak English Speak Spanish

Population

3,804,503

Median Age

34.1

Los Angeles

California

3,804,503 8,118 34.1 1:1 45% 40% 43%

37,325,068 246 35.2 1:1 53% 56% 29%

National 309,138,711 90 37.2 1:1 56% 79% 13%

Population Density (sq mi)

8,118

Male/Female Ratio

1:1


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- Location: 216 Toyopa Drive, Los Angles, CA 90272 - Size: 750 sq.ft - Stories: 1 -Neighborhood: Pacific Palisades GUEST HOUSE 85


USER SCENA R IO

Mark is a writer who lives in the Pacific Palisades, Los Angles. He chose this neighborhood because he likes his house can close ocean. When he has free time, he likes traveling, hiking or reading books. Therefore, this guest house not only is a living space but also can be his own working studio. In addition, he really likes simple pre-fab house style. He wants his guest house can have modern and nature character.


Travel the World + Reading

Modern Style

Nature

GUEST HOUSE 87


C ONCEPT DEV E L OP M E NT

WESTERN MOVIE STYLE PREFAB MODERN HOUSE

In 1911, film director Thomas Ince created his Western film factory in this area, and it called “Inceville�. It is really interesting history for me to develop my concept. In addition, prefab-home becomes more and more popular in these days, and it is a good idea for sustainable design. Therefore, I plan to design a space which can combine western movie and prefab mid-century style to make a outstanding guest house in this neighborhood.


GUEST HOUSE 89


BUBBLE DIA GR AM

Master Bedroom

Bathroom

Closet Home Office

Small Kitchen

Private Space »» »» »»

Living Room

Home O ffice(work station) Master Bedroom

Bathroom

Half Open Space Entry »» »»

Small Kitchen Living Room


GUEST HOUSE 91


F LOOR PLAN

3

1

4

2

5

1.Bedroom 2.Home Office

6

3.Bathroom 4.Closet

7

5.Dining Room 6.Kitchen/Bar

8

7.Living Room 8.Entrance


RCP PLAN

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

P1 A1

A1

A2

P1

A2

A1

A1

P1

A2 A1

A1

P1

A1

A1 A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1 - Recessed Ceiling Light A2 - Track Light

A1 A1

P1 - Pendant Light GUEST HOUSE 93


ELEVAT ION S

Book shelf is behind the living room area, and it not only can be a storage space, but also can use for decoration.

TV Wall

L shape open kitchen connect with the living room. Also, it has a curtain wall on the east side, it can bring sunlight into interior space.

Bathroom


Level 2 12' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Living Room

Book Shelf

Dining Room

Home Office

L shape open kitchen

Entrance GUEST HOUSE 95


Home Office Area I raised 7� height floor for the home office place. This design method is to separate the bedroom from the working area. Also, I chose leather chair and wood modern style table to be this home office furniture.

0'

2'

4'

8'

16'


GUEST HOUSE 97


Master Bedroom I designed an open sliding window in the bedroom space because I want the bedroom can connect with outside garden area. For the furniture, I chose black metal queen canopy bed and put one area rug below the bed.

GUEST HOUSE 99 0'

2'

4'

8'

16'


Living Room Area I created a big open window in the living room area. It can allow more sunlight get into interior space. Also, I designed a expose concrete ceiling connect with TV wall. It makes more hierarchy into whole spaces.

0'

2'

4'

8'

16'


GUEST HOUSE 101


Living Room Area (Back) I created a book shelf wall on the back of sofa. It not only can be a storage place, but also can be a decoration wall for living room space.

GUEST HOUSE 103 0'

2'

4'

8'

16'


Open Kitchen Area I designed an open kitchen to save more place in living room. The L shape kitchen counter can create more working place for my client. Also, I use sustainable material to the whole furniture system.

0'

2'

4'

8'

16'


GUEST HOUSE 105


M AT ER I A L S BOA RD

Concrete Wood Wall Paper

Wood Flooring

Grey Wood

Exposed Concrete Ceiling

Wood Kitchen Cabinet

Living Room Area Rug

Bedroom Area Rug


A1: Recessed Light

Silverado Brass Rectangular Dining Table

A2: LED Low Voltage 85 CRI Track Head

Queen Bed

P1: Black Metal Pendant Light

Bohemian Sofa

GUEST HOUSE 107


RREESSIIDDEENNTTIIAALL MA IN HOUSE DESIGN

MAIN HOUSE

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SITE IN F OR M AT ION

Pala

- Location: 3440 Baker Street, San Francisco, CA 94123 - Size: 5000 sq.ft - Stories: 2 -Neighborhood: Marina District

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SITE IN F OR M AT ION

History of Marina Marina District was made of bay shallows, tidal pool, sand dunes, and marshland in the 19 century. However, all of this was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake. During reconstruction of the city after earthquake, Marina District was chosen as the site of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. The most famous historic building- Palace of Fine Arts was built in that period.

Population

10,884 Median Age

36.6

Population Density (sq mi)

17,619 Male/Female Ratio

1:1.1


Sun path

Circulation Prevailing Winds

Sun Path MAIN HOUSE

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USER SCENA R IO

This is the second house for Mr Jones Family, This family has two kids and one dog. They really like light and neat color for their interior design style. Also Mrs Jones really like modern painting art, so I want to combine some artworks in their public area and master bedroom.


Neat color

Scandinavian interior design

Modern Style

MAIN HOUSE

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C ONCEPT DEV E L OP M E NT

SHORELINE

Marina district located in north of the San Francisco, and it close in the bay. "Shoreline" is the element that stand for the Marina. I want to my main house can be full of this character and style. Also, I observe the form of shoreline, and I found out that it mix two different texture together ( ocean and sand). Therefore, I think I can develop this idea more into my interior design. The outside of the house is Victoria style house but I change it to more modern looking. There is two levels in this house. First floor gonna be public area, second floor gonna be the all bedrooms' area.


MAIN HOUSE

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C ONCEPT Sketches


MAIN HOUSE

119


BUBBLE DIA GR AM

Level-1

Dining Room Parking

Storage Open Kitchen Stairs Living Room

Powder Room

Entry

Home Office

Home Library Backyard


Level-2

Bedroom Master Bedroom Stairs

Walk-In Closet

Master Bathroom

Bathroom

Gathering Space

Walk-In Closet

Bedroom

Client Circulation

MAIN HOUSE

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F LOOR PLAN

1

8

UP

2

4 5 6

7

9

3

10

Level-1


1. Dinning Room 2. Open Kitchen 3. Media Room 11

4. Storage 5.Washer / Dryer Room 6. Powder Room 7. Closet 8.Window Seating Area 9. Living Room 10. Library 11. Patio MAIN HOUSE

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F LOOR PLAN

6

2

7 5

DN

8

9

4

10

Level-2


1 1. Bedroom-1 2. Closet-1 3. Bedroom-2 4. Closet-2 5.Stair Foyer 3

6.Hanging Chair Seating 7. Master Bedroom 8. Walking Closet 9. Master Bathroom 10.Bathroom

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ELEVAT ION S

Fort the master bedroom I used eight wooden stud in back of bed to the ceiling to create a wave movement into the space. In front of window I put the hanging chair to create another chatting place to the client. Master Bathroom

For the open kitchen, I choose brick material combine with white kitchen cabinet to create a Scandinavian and neat color style.

Dining Room


Master Bedroom

Hanging Chair Seating

Open Kitchen

MAIN HOUSE

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Kitchen Basically I use brick and white material to create a neat style in the kitchen, I put the stove on the island counter, this arrange can allow client can easily talk with other during the cooking.

UP


MAIN HOUSE

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Dining Room I created a big open window that can bring more sun light into the interior space. For the overall furniture selection I choose light wood with white color to connect with the kitchen style.

UP

MAIN HOUSE

131


Living Room For the living room I choose marble for the TV wall material. Behind the TV wall I used gray wood panel wall paper to create a texture flow transition into the space, This way is want to reflect my shoreline concept into my interior design.

UP


MAIN HOUSE

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Living Room This is different rendering for the living room area. I create a changed of material for the close ceiling. I choose Europa Wall Paper to create a ocean flow feeling into the space. I also designed a big open window in living room bring sunlight into interior space.

UP

MAIN HOUSE

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Master Bedroom Fort the master bedroom I used eight wooden stud in back of bed to the ceiling to create a wave movement into the space. I chose exposed concrete for the ceiling material.

DN


MAIN HOUSE

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Master Bedroom I designed a relax space in the mater bedroom. I put two hanging chair instead of sofa in front of window. My client can have a small chat space and enjoy the view of the palace of fine art.

DN

MAIN HOUSE

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M AT ER I A L S BOA RD

Exposed Concrete Ceiling

Oak Wood Bed front Shelf

AP1-Europa Wall Paper

Vintage Red Brick Wall

White Brick Wall

Concrete Wallpaper Ceiling

White Marble TV Wall

Grey Wood Panel Wall


Grid Patterned Wire Frame Bar Chair

Single White Sofa

Wire Frame Pendent Light

Port side Dining Table

Dark Grey L shape Sofa

Sarinen Executive Arm Chair With Tubular Legs

Mid-century Wood Chair

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IPAD LAYOUT & ICON DESIGN

IPAD LAYOUT & ICON DESIGN

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M I DT ER M PR O J ECT

ARCHITECTURE ONLINE MAGAZINE IPAD LAYOUT

In this project, I have to design four different pages architecture magazine layout for Ipad. Therefore, I visited Cathedral of Saint Mary of Assumption in San Francisco, and took some pictures and edit into my online magazine layout. Basically, I used Adobe Illustrator software to design four different types of ipad layout. I had to consider how to display images , fonts together, and made all pages look organized and clean.


IPAD LAYOUT & ICON DESIGN

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IPAD LAYOUT & ICON DESIGN

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IPAD LAYOUT & ICON DESIGN

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FINAL PR O J ECT

CELL PHONE APPLICATION ICON DESIGN

In this project, we have to come out several ideas for the mobile application. We have to think about what kind of theme and function in your application, and design an icon for it. Therefore, I chose designspiration which is a design website that can share different type of images in their website and show to users to get some design ideas from it. ( Like Pinterest ) For my icon logo concept come from the of design, people always write their ideas ing on the blackboard, so I created a black combine the light bulb sketch to represent symbol.

start point and thinkboard and inspiration


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SSKE KETTCCHHEESS WATERCOLOR RENDER ING INK DR AWING LANDSC APE DESIGN DR AWING

SKETCHES

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SKETCHES

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SKETCHES

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SKETCHES

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FAMILY / My parents, sister, and brothers

FACULTY / Samuel Mathau, Stephanie Smith-Haenel, Tony Wong, Serena Zanello, Suzan Swabacker, Chamindri Wijemanne, Mark Miller.

FRIENDS / Regina Lin, Vana Lin, Stephanie Shen, Kiki yang, Dahean Lee, Chantal Yakou, Alex Chuang, Ji Yum Kim, and my all friends in Taiwan.

I deeply appreciate everything I have learned in this school. Most important thing is thanks my parents. Because of your kindness, love and support, I can achieve my dream in United States. Also my design directors, instructors and advisors, because you not only taught me professional knowledge, but also help me to be a better interior designer. To my dear friends, especially my best friend - Regina, you always face every difficult situation with me. You always encourage me when I was down. I really thanks we can meet in Taiwan and become family in my life.


Theresa Hsu final portfolio 2016 spring  
Theresa Hsu final portfolio 2016 spring  
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