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TINGTING WEN INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL

SELECTED WORKS 2013-2017


TINGTING WEN INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL

SELECTED WORKS 2013-2017


TINGTING WEN PHONE / 1 510 612 6022 EMAIL / colawen1019@gmail.com WEB / www.tingtingwen.com ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY 79 New Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 DIRECTOR / Kathleen Valkuchak INSTRUCTOR / Leonarda Tamayo COURSE / Portfolio PAPER / IKON PAPER/ Mohanh 100lb text TYPEFACE / Andale Mono , Apple Symbols SOFTWARE / Adobe Photoshop, 2017, Illustrator PHOTOGRAPHY / TINGTING WEN, Google, Pinterest CAMERA / Canon EOS 600D, Iphone 6 PRINTER / BINDERY Chum’s Design & Print 582 Market Street, #100 San Francisco, CA 94104 COPYRIGHT @ 2017 TINGTING WEN All rights reserved. No part ofthis book may be used or reproduced in any manner without the written permission of TINGTING WEN.


ABOUT/ TINGTING WEN Tingting Wen was born in China and moved to San Francisco on 2014, and opening as Interior Architectural Designer. She has a long experience of studying fine art since she was ten years old. Therefore, she possesses professional drawing and hand rendering skills. After she studies under professionals, she also the gets the professional skill of 3D modeling, floor plan details architecture design. While she has a comprehensive interior design background, the emphasis on rehabilitation and renovation. And she always keeps deadline time at her first working priority. She also has a pair of insightful eyes, and like to bring the inspiration from the world and anything around her. Tingting can be competent to all types of project, such as hospitality, commercial, and residential. She has experience of the intern, which helped her to build the ability to work with the team and another designer. Her dreams to be a professional Interior Designer that can bring multiples sense into her designing.


CONTENTS


73

37

7

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

HOSPITALITY

DESIGN

DESIGN

DESIGN

"The Watertown

"The Polygon

"The Mariottos House"

Salon"

Market"


1

THE POLYGON MARKET


9-10 MARIOTTOS HOUSE

WATERTOWN SALON

SITE ANALYSIS 185 Channel Street San Francisco, CA 94158 About 5,000 years ago, mission bay was and ecology area. And only native people live there. In 1849, at the start of the gold rush, many people came here, and shipbuilding and repair were the primary industries in here. After that, Mission Bay become smaller and smaller and filled with rock and. In 20 century, Mission Bay become a primary industrial zone. In just a few years UCSF’s Mission Bay campus has congealed into an actual destination, with foot traffic, a farmer’s market, housing, and a plaza with a few small restaurants Building Analysis Year Built: 2013 Block/Lot: 8711/023 Zoning: Mixed Used, Residential, School Zoning District: MB-RA (Mission Bay Redevelopment Area) Occupancy Code: R-2, M, S-1

POLYGON MARKET


11-12 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT I chose polygon as my concept for two reasons. First, polygon only has straight lines and no curve lines. My client expects his market keep the sample and he like clean line design in his market, and customers will pay more attention to products. So, concise style is best for this case. Furthermore, polygon not only has the clean straight line, but it also creative, and give some interesting element to this market. Second, the polygon with many sides and each side has their function with the different meaning. Such as cafe, restaurant, demonstration kitchen, prepared food area and soon. People can be shopping there, eat there and also learn something there as well. Therefore, the polygon means this market is multifunctional. In general, this market is like a polygon; people can get everything they want in different zones, and the design style is related to my client require.


13 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

LOGO& BRANDING


14 MARIOTTOS HOUSE

WATERTOWN SALON

POLYGON MARKET

PROGRAMING SPECIFIC

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Prepared food Market place and restaurant Demonstration Kitchen Pizza oven for the restaurant Employees locker room Office near the loading dock Walk-in refrigerator 8’-0” x 10’-0” Self-service prepared food Oyster bar Coffee bar Open kitchen 2 ADA restrooms 2 or 3 checkout No shopping carts No cafe open for outside No more 15 stations at open kitchen No self-check out machine No organic shape design Market opens from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Every area open at same time and close same No fully enclosed structured in rooftop Nature color Delicious, hight quality, easy Hand basket only 60 people capacity for the restaurant No pet


15 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

FLOOR PLAN

3

6

4

2

5 1 17

PROGRAM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Organic Local Produce Self-Service Prepared Food Beer&Wine Speciality Food Reception Prepared Food Open kitchen Order Station Coffee Bar

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Oyster&Wine Bar Walk-In Fridge Men’s Restroom Women’s Restroom Office Locker Room Demonstration Kitchen Entrance

17


16 MARIOTTOS HOUSE

12 8

14

10

17

16

17 17

17

FLOOR PLAN 1/16’=1’-0’’

Market

Kitchen

Restroom

Office

Locker Room Demonstration Kitchen

Self-Service Prepared Food Reception Organic Local Produce

POLYGON MARKET

15

13

11

A

WATERTOWN SALON

Restaurant

Restaurant

Restaurant


17 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

FINISH PLAN 3

6

4

2

5

1

17

PROGRAM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Organic Local Produce Self-Service Prepared Food Beer&Wine Speciality Food Reception Prepared Food Open kitchen Order Station Coffee Bar

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Oyster&Wine Bar Walk-In Fridge Men’s Restroom Women’s Restroom Office Locker Room Demonstration Kitchen Entrance

17


18 MARIOTTOS HOUSE

12 8

14

10

17

A

15

13

11

FLOOR PLAN 1/16’=1’-0’’

LIGHTING DEVELOPMENT

17

WATERTOWN SALON

16

17 17

POLYGON MARKET


19-20 HOSPITALITY

WINE BAR

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL


21 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

DEMONSTRATION KITCHEN


22 MARIOTTOS HOUSE

1

DEMONSTRATION KITCHEN ELEVATION 1/4’=1’-0’’

WATERTOWN SALON

POLYGON MARKET


23-24 MARIOTTOS HOUSE

WATERTOWN SALON

POLYGON MARKET

DEMONSTRATION KITCHEN


25 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

MARKET PLACE

COMMERCIAL


26 MARIOTTOS HOUSE

WATERTOWN SALON

POLYGON MARKET


27-28 MARIOTTOS HOUSE

WATERTOWN SALON

POLYGON MARKET

RESTAURANT AREA


29 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

PREPARED FOOD AREA


30 MARIOTTOS HOUSE

3

PREPARED FOOD AREA ELEVATION 1/4’=1’-0’’

WATERTOWN SALON

POLYGON MARKET


31-32 MARIOTTOS HOUSE

WATERTOWN SALON

POLYGON MARKET

SELF-SERVICE PREPARED FOOD AREA

Process Elevation Sketching

4

SELF-SERVICE PREPARED FOOD AREA ELEVATION 1/4’=1’-0’’


33 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

RECEPTION AREA

COMMERCIAL


34 MARIOTTOS HOUSE

5

RECEPTION AREA ELEVATION 1/4’=1’-0’’

WATERTOWN SALON

POLYGON MARKET


35-36 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COFFEE BAR

COMMERCIAL


31-32 RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

HOSPITALITY

COFFEE BAR


2

THE MARIOTTOS HOUSE


39 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

BUILDING ANALYSIS Address: 13 Wood St, San Francisco, CA, 94118 Building Type: Multiple Occupancy Building Year: 1955 Building Level: Three levels Building Area: 4,368 sqft on a lot of 4,485 sqft (or 0.1 acres) Interior Space: 6 bedrooms, 4 baths


40 WATERTOWN SALON

MARIOTTOS HOUSE

POLYGON MARKET


41-42 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT Interconnectivity will be my main idea of my concept to design this three floors residential house. Interconnectivity refers to the state or quality of being connected. I bring this concept to my project because three individual family groups are living in one house, so the interconnectivity just presents this big family. Furthermore, I also create three specific concepts for each floor. I get inspiration from three cities they are in the different country. A different city with the different feeling, lifestyle, culture, but we still can find the similarity from three cities. Cause the each floor living the individual family, I will base on their needs to do a different design for each family, but I will use my design to connect them as well.


43 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

FIRST FLOOR For the first floor, I get inspiration from Yunnan. Yunnan is a province in China. This area is quiet and full of rhythm. There with a lot of Chinese styles architectural and artworks, and this is the right place for the artist to create artwork. I choose this place because it fit my client’s lifestyle. My client who is living alone on the first floor, so he most residing in a more quiet family. However, he is an active and optimistic person, and he is an artist as well. I want to bring the both flexible and rhythm into his space instead of tranquil space, and help he keep a happy life. In Yunnan, we can find a lot of “connect” element in here. Such as the terraced fields, and the Chinese architectural structure, local culture. They are present the connectable in this place. Yunnan enjoys a pleasant climate that is mild in winter and cool in summer; that means here is suitable for human living, and I want to bring this comfortable feeling to my client. Yunnan combined by different nationality, and they are live on friendly, just like this multiple families.


44 3rd FLOOR

2nd Floor

1st Floor


45 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

PROGRAMING SPECIFIC Project Program Bedroom Bathroom Laundry Kitchen Dining Area Living Room Work Space Storage Circulation

CLIENT A

tenant will rent the 1st oor unit from Maria Mariotto. This unit will be rented through San Francisco’s Section 8 and Rental Assistance Program for low-income tenants.


46 3rd FLOOR

Kitchen

Living Room

Bathroom

Dining Room

2nd Floor

Garage

Furnace

Garden

Laundry Work Space Bedroom

Elevator

Storage

Option 1

Living Room

Bedroom

Garage

Work Space

Storage

Bathroom

Garden Dining Room

Furnace

Elevator

Laundry

Kitchen

Option 2

1st Floor


47 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

FLOOR PLAN

8

9

7 1 10 6

11

5

2 3

4 N

A

FIRST FLOOR FLOOR PLAN 1/4’=1’-0’’

PROGRAM 1 2 3 4 5 6

Garage Main Entrance Elevator Closet Bedroom Living Room

7 8 9 10 11

Dining Room Kitchen Laundry Bathroom Furnace


48 3rd FLOOR

2nd Floor

BED ROOM

1st Floor


49 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

LEGEND REF DW

1

REFRIGERATOR DISH WASHER GFI OUTLET

1ST FLOOR KITCHEN FLOOR PLAN 1/2’=1’-0’’

LEGEND SMOKE DETECTOR SINGLE SWITCH CEILING MOUT LED STRIP

2

1ST FLOOR KITCHEN RCP PLAN 1/2’=1’-0’’


50 3rd FLOOR

3

1ST FLOOR KITCHEN ELEVATION 1/4’=1’-0’’

2nd Floor

1st Floor


HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL


51-52 3rd FLOOR

2nd Floor

1st Floor

LIVING ROOM


53 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

BATHROOM

COMMERCIAL


54 3rd FLOOR

4

1ST FLOOR BATHROOM ELEVATION 1/2”= 1’- 0’

2nd Floor

1st Floor


55 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

SECOND FLOOR For the second floor, my client Jason he is a single father with twin girls of Chloe and Aimee. Jason is the active person with many hobbies. His girl Chloe is active girl person as well, and she spots and traveling. However, Aimee has cerebral palsy, and she spends most time at the time. I want to create a space to this family is more tend to lively and full of rhythm. That is fit to Jason and Chloes personality, and I also want Aimee will not fell too much at the time. Therefore, I get inspiration from the city of Tokyo and Japanese style interior design. I chose Tokyo as my concept, because it is a vibrant city, and their culture is diverting and diversified. Furthermore, the Japanese style of interior design is more tend to comfortable and practical. Cause the Aimee she uses wheelchair at home, I need to do more consider based on her need, and space will be designed good for her use.


56 3rd FLOOR

2nd Floor

1st Floor


57 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

FLOOR PLAN

Bathroom

Patio

Bedroom

Work Space

Work Space

Laundry

Kitchen

Dining Room

Bathroom Living Room

Bedroom

Storage

Entrance

Elevator

Option 1

Bathroom

Patio

Work Space

Bedroom

Bedroom

Work Space

Laundry

Bathroom

Dining Room

Kitchen

Storage

Living Room

Entrance

Elevator

Option 2


58 3rd FLOOR

2

2nd Floor

3 4

1

5 11 12

13 10

9 6 8

B

SECOND FLOOR FLOOR PLAN 1/4’=1’-0’’

PROGRAM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Master Bedroom Master Bathroom Patio Kitchen Dining Room Living Room Fireplace

8 9 10 11 12 13

Elevator Entrance Storage Laundry Bathroom Bedroom

7 N

1st Floor


59-60 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

KITCHEN

COMMERCIAL


3rd FLOOR

2nd Floor

1st Floor

COFFEE BAR


HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL


61-62 3rd FLOOR

2nd Floor

1st Floor

MASTER BEDROOM


63 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

THIRD FLOOR For the third floor, space combines the dwelling space, office space, and include the three bedrooms. Based on my client’s needs, this floor needs a quiet space for Maria to work and Simona to study. However, Simona is actively involved in sports and plays the guitar. And the Maria also keep enthusiasm for life to like to have the garden for her plant. Therefore, I like to design a space just like Amsterdam that cozy and passionate as well. On the other hand, the Frank is Italian American, and Amsterdam and Italy all Europe county. They are with similarity, and still have a different feeling. I like to bring a fresh but familiarity feeling in my design for my client. For the Frank needs, he has difficult to differentiating between colors with similar values, and he needs clear pathways. For this reason, I like to use to the Netherlands’ flag colors; they are red and blue that two lively colors in my design to help Frank to recognize the color and sapce.


64 3rd FLOOR

2nd Floor

1st Floor


65 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

FLOOR PLAN

Bathroom

Patio

Laundry

Work Space

Bedroom

Dining Room Bathroom

Work Space

Bedroom

Living Room

Storage

Bedroom

Entrance Kitchen Elevator

Option 1

Bathroom

Patio

Work Space

Kitchen

Bedroom

Work Space

Bathroom

Laundry

Bedroom

Bedroom

Dining Room

Storage

Entrance

Living Room Elevator

Option 2


66 3rd FLOOR

2

2nd Floor

3 4

1

5

12

11

13 14

15

10

9 6 8

C

THIRD FLOOR FLOOR PLAN 1/4’=1’-0’’

PROGRAM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Master Bedroom Master Bathroom Patio Office Kitchen& Dining Room Living Room Fireplace

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Elevator Entrance Storage Laundry Bathroom Work Place Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2

7 N

1st Floor


67 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

5

2ND FLOOR BATHROOM ELEVATION 1/4’=1’-0’’


68 3rd FLOOR

6

3RD FLOOR KITCHEN ELEVATION 1/4’=1’-0’’

2nd Floor

1st Floor


69 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

LIVING ROOM

COMMERCIAL


70 3rd FLOOR

2nd Floor

1st Floor


71 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL


72 3rd FLOOR

2nd Floor

1st Floor


3

THE WATERTOWN SALON


75-76 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

WATERTOWN HAIR SALON Project Type: Commercial Project Propose: Remodel Sustainable Hair Salon Project Name: Watertown Salon Project Site: Wuzhen, Zhejiang, China Building Level: One Level Sapce Type: Open

SITE ANALYSIS Wuzhen is found in South of China, and north of ZheJiang. The citizens’ way of life revolves around the rivers and canals that cut the land. Houses line the waterways and the bustle of traders near bridges and ports and piers seem relentless. The ancient docks, pavilions, and corridors contribute to a romantic atmosphere that hails to old China.


77 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

3

1

2

4

SUSTAINABLE PROGRAM 1

Solar Panel • Helps to slow/stop global warming • Save energy • Save money • Provides energy independence

3

Rainwater Harvesting • Reducing water bills • Suitable for irrigation • Reduces demand ground water • Used for several nondrinking purpose

2

Solar Water Heater • Free energy • Improve the energy efficiency • Save money on fuel bills • Lower the carbon footprint

4

Low E Glass • Reduce the energy use • Improve the energy efficiency • Allow the maximum amount of sunlight into the interior • Save money on heating bills


78 WATERTOWN SALON

MARIOTTOS HOUSE

POLYGON MARKET

6 7

5

8

SUSTAINABLE PROGRAM 5

6

Green Roof • Expand roof life • Reduce air condition costs • Reduce winter heating costs • Storm water management tool • Up to 15 LEED credits Low E Glass Skylight • Improve the interior environment • Reduce the interior lighting use • Allow the maximum amount of sunlight into the interior • Save money on electric bills

7

8

Sustainable Concrete • Increases environmental quality (Reduction of CO2 emission from cement factories) • Save valuable and vulnerable areas • Reduce transport by recycling on the the demolition site Recycled Brick • From the dismantle house • Local resource • Nature material • Keep the indoor climate


79 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

PROBLEMS • • • • •

Large water usage Large electricity consumption Use much energy Low interior environment quality Harmful chemical products

SOLUTIONS • • • • • • • • •

Reduce water usage Low electricity consumption Day Lighting Water cycle Improve interior environment quality Low energy electrical appliance Low water usage plumbing fixture Sustainable products Passive heating, and cooling


80 WATERTOWN SALON

7

1

2 6

3

N

5

PROGRAM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Entrance Styling Room Lobby Reception Waiting Room Shampoo Washbowal

4

MARIOTTOS HOUSE

POLYGON MARKET


81-82 WATERTOWN SALON

MARIOTTOS HOUSE

POLYGON MARKET

LOBBY


83-84 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

RECEPTION AREA

COMMERCIAL


85-86 WATERTOWN SALON

MARIOTTOS HOUSE

POLYGON MARKET

STYLING ROOM


WAITING ROOM


89 HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL

SHAMPOO ROOM

COMMERCIAL


90 WATERTOWN SALON

MARIOTTOS HOUSE

POLYGON MARKET


THANK YOU SO MUCH WITHOUT YOU, THE PORTFOLIO COULDN’T COMPLETED

Family

My parents and brothe

Faculty

Leonarda Tamayo, Kathleen Valkuchak, Mark Miller, Ernest Mariotto, Marc DiGiacomo, Michael Sammet, Andrew Tu, Olga Zhovreboff

Friends

Yali Yu, Ivy Chang, Ying Zhang, Day Kim, Eevee Wang

I would like to thank all of you. Without you, this portfolio couldn't be completed. Thank you to the instructors of Academy of Art University. You taught me so much about this professional field. Thank you to the ESL tutors. As an international student, without your patience and enthusiasm, I would not have been able to express myself clearly. Thank you to my friends. You always stand by me when I am in need of help, either in the academic or mental aspect. Most importantly to my family. Without you, the dream of learning design in the United States would never have come true. You are the people who care about me the most in the world. Thank you for flying to the U.S. and taking care of me when I had a surgery. There will never be enough words to express my appreciation. Thank you. I love you.


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