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Hidden Communal of Incinerator and Institute of Marine Sciences Research Center Design Studio IV Critic: Henry Smith- Miller 18 - 29

Co-living Residential Tower Design Studio III Critic: Stephanie Bayard 30 - 43

Middle School For The Arts Design Studio II Critic: Gisela Baurmann 44 - 55

POPS Marriage Space Intervention Design Studio I Critic: Peter Macapia


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DESIGN STUDIO IV

Hidden Communal of Incinerator and Institute of Marine Sciences Research Center Design Studio IV: Integrated Contexts Location: La Certosa, Venice, Italy Critic: Henry Smith-Miller Pair Work, Collaboration with Jiratt Khumkomgool


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DESIGN STUDIO IV Image: Courtesy Scanlab Projects and BBC

The concept of the Incinerator in Venice, with the secondary program of the Institute of Marine Sciences Research Center is from the HIDDEN COMMUNAL AREA IN JEWISH GHETTO and the water stage. Because of the cultural background of Jewish people, who use to doing various kind of activity with more privacy. So they created many hidden spaces for their own private communication. So this project we start with hide all the program under the “box�, and bring some transparent surfaces which can make people feel mysterious from outside, but various activities happening inside.


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Massing Relationships

Integration of Truss Structure

Integration of Wrappers

Internal Communities Behind Layers

Integrated VS Separated Zone

Visual Interation Between Area


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Connection Between Research Center and Offices

Visual Connection Between Research Center and Offices

Private Research CenterPrivate Offices

Public-Private Offices

Public- Bridge

When we deal with the Aqua Alta in Venice, we start to use the BARGE to support the main incinerator and office spaces, which can apply for the changing sea level. Those office spaces are wrapping around the machines, connected by ramps and bridge, which can keep their own privacy but also can have some connections in specific level, which base on their function of office or lab, such as chemical oceanography or climate issue.


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Unitize Glazing Facade Finishing Water Proofing Membrane Rigid Insulation Topping

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Co-living Residential Tower Design Studio III: Urban Qualities& Materialities Location: Downtown Brooklyn, NY Critic: Stephanie Bayard Individual Work


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The housing project start with diagraming the DENSITY of the site, because people's activities can produce different densities in the urban context. This is also a trigger point that how I start to think about bringing different density space into the housing program. With the site in downtown Brooklyn, people are affected significantly by surrounding context such as transits and public buildings. Then I start to diagraming how tight connection between two density points, even between the whole network, and trying to think about how to put this network into the housing tower.


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When thinking about how to bring the density concept into the building, which could be achieved as INTERLOCKING different spaces, like residential- residential; public- residential; public- public. Even from different scale like zoom into town units, they can achieve the interlock moment. Also, the building divides into three kinds of communal living clusters like micro units and regular apartment upper cluster and lower cluster, which divide by the interlocking form and different circulations. Organizing the plans which depend on the circulation and how to enclosure spaces to achieve the different density moment. Like the interior circulation and the exterior circulation can guide people in different directions, which can centralize the groups or guide them in a straightforward direction. All of the connections could not only happen in the horizontal direction which is also in the vertical direction, such as using ramps to connect different function spaces.


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Middle School For The Arts Design Studio II: Context Location: 374 43rd Street, Brooklyn, NY Critic: Gisela Baurmann Individual Work


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The method of exploring the configuration of space which is achieving two and three dimensional linear systems within the framework of the model, develop spontaneously and independently. They are based on different connection logic and different looseness of the threads. The SPONTANEOUS DEVELOPMENT of these forms is a result of a physical process, whose arrangement as an experiment is part of the model.


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After simplified the threads' prototype, the experiment continues to transfer the 2D configurations into 3D models, which based on the frame are made on the paper, then trying to fold and connect the separate pieces. They could be connected with face to face; edge to edge; surface to surface. The next step of the process continues to find the specialty of the original models with modeling in digital format. Then start to cut those models in different directions. This could generate multiple SECTION CONFIGURATIONS, which can stand and use for different function spaces based on the openness, transparency, and accessibility.


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This site is located at 43rd Street, 4th Avenue, Brooklyn. It has a huge potential to serve the community nearby. Because it is near industry city, which is an art zone. This school can attract more artists join this community, taking part in this school, increasing communication with kids and create the different phenomenon with other schools.


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The shape and the form of this project increase the interest with middle school. There is also a TRANSITION form from bottom to the top, which keep the fabric same as context nearby at the beginning and transfer to the special curving configuration which's experimental have been done before.


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POPS Marriage Space Intervention Design Studio I: Fundamentals Location: 140 Broadway, Manhattan, NY Critic: Peter Macapia Individual Work


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Using Mathematica to generate a prototype module and simplified it with spacial characteristic, then trying to combine the original piece which based on the point, edge, surface. After that, intersect the panels and plans to generate the space with this special shape construction. This could be a membrane, surfaces, and structures, which depends on how the special configuration organized by the combination.


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Because this place is near Ground Zero there is a kind of religious sensitive site. The project is intended to be "a platform for multi-faith dialogue. It will strive to promote inter-community peace, tolerance, and understanding locally in New York City, nationally in America. The location shows some kind of accessibility to the Ground Zero, but not directly visible there. So it can be a buffer place with MULTI-FAITH DIALOGUE. The office building was once often referred to as templates of commerce, but there are no such places as scared space in NYC and the idea of a spiritual place. It could be a new experiment.


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This POPS space will be a MARRIAGE SPACE which combines church and city hall's function. More and more people prefer to get married from city hall. It's a different notion with traditional marriage, people get married there will be novel. Like, get licenses, celebration all at one time. It also is a space for people who are getting marry with immigration, LGBT, inter-faith.


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