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Tom Tang Yale School of Architecture 2009


f06_hybrids hybrids are naturally more adpative to its environment due to the sheer number of permutations possible. Genetically bottle-necked concepts are cross-bred across traditional boundaries to generate productive and more fit offsprings.


Skin and Volume Fall06:01

Skin and Volume are the basic tenents of manifolds, hulls, and forms. In this project, both skin and volume sought dematerialization. The volume is both punctured by the excessive folding of the skin and reaffirmed by the continuity of each strand. In this way, dependancies between skin and volume are intact while questioning the volatility of both.


Velocitometer Fall06:02

The question posed by this project was twofold. First, how can one analyze a site using fields? And second, how does one design with this field in mind? The former is an exercise in critical analysis: more precisely, the ability to focus on a systemic framework to infer the inner workings of a system. The conditions of the field were recognized as a matrix of velocity vectors. By representing the velocity as a field, space was parameterized in a consistent single variable condition from which interactions and site conditions can be extracted. The site analysis was used as an empirical analysis model to determine relationships between various modes of transportation: pedestrian, bicycle, car, bus, and train. Focusing on the field interference points, it became apparent that the level or fluidity of the interaction was directly related to velocity. Field interference was generally categorized as homogenous, heterogeneous, and field transfers. The first two are descriptive of interactivity conditions, the last addresses people transferring from one mode of transportation to another. The threshold levels of fluid interaction in heterogeneous systems were catalogued and mapped back to velocity and acceleration to show dependencies. From these systems, methods were created to measure/manipu-

late velocity in order to promote or hinder fluidity in field interference. Designing within the framework of the field allowed one to design another field on the extant field, or relegate field to analysis only. The analysis, through its empirical rule extractions no longer had a direct spatial relationship to the site, but rather created a kit of tools to implement any design strategy dealing with velocity. Returning to the spatial attributes of the site, the site interference zones offer an opportunity to use the velocity manipulation tools in order to influence or disrupt extant field conditions. In order to mediate velocity, adjustments to extant velocity conditions require that all objects operate on the lowest common denominator. This means that cars must operate at the same velocity as that of pedestrians and so would cars and buses. This would severely cripple the performance of the transportation system. So instead of velocity mediation, a a system of velocity segregation is proposed instead. By understanding the tools for adjusting and measuring velocity, those same tools are now used to isolate velocities and provide a phenomenological or experiential perception of velocity for the objects which operate and activate the architectural mechanisms within the field.


Tesse-lace Fall06:03

Informe is process of generating form from rules. Form by itself is nothing more than geometry. The charged space between form and informe contains vectors for complexity and emergence. From each rule imposed on a system of informe are folded forces (forces waiting to spring forth, potential). These forces unravel in the space between form and informe. In this project, tessellation is generative rule. As the form tessellates, emergent patterns within the form result from the push of increased density along the edge where the tessellation occurs. These forces, as they push into the active system cause spatial compression in one dimension and spatial expansion along another as forces are resolved to maintain c1 continuity (tangential continuity).


Eukanu-spa Fall06:04

A conceptual collage, disparate constraints are topologically mapped and networked based on loose relationships. This exploratory device yeilded a consistent conceptual strain of categorization and performance enhancement. By looking to the city for part categorization, the dialectic between facade and park drove at the issue of both reciprocation negation whereby a duality of facades and parks distinguish the categorized and enhanced elements of the building


Linear Facade

Facade

Park

Pinched Park

Circulation

Street

Corrugated Virtual Park/Real Park

Outdoors

Market

Affine Transformation Primary Facade/ Secondary Facade

P

Helix

Cafe Seat Wall

lot

Dog Suites

Parking Lot Hallway

Cafe Table Cafe Seat Wall Room Pool

Human Suites

Parking Garage

Building programs respond to an urban condition as a catalyst for enhancement. Small Dog Sleep Area Big Dog Sleep Area Reception Office

Dog Run

Park Trails

A taxonomy of extrusion enhancements were developed and operated in the conceptual park/facade interplay.


s07_inversion the inverse of a thing is its partner as well as its adversary. Like particles and anti-particles, their existence is bound together, yet combined they are zero-sum.


A

Instable House

B

Configuration transitions are fluid and react to circumstances between occupants and within households. The goal is not to arrive at a stable configuration, but rather allow and even encourage oscillations between different states.

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C

In housing projects, an emphasis is made on isolation of private spaces but an integration of public spaces. However, this system has settled into an inherent equilibrium of the party wall as the solution to co-habitation. In order to upset and destabilize conventional notions of co-habitation instability is introduced as the catalytic force. Instability is an undesirable state in most circumstances. However, in most natural systems, instability is unavoidable and even encouraged in order to promote further developement. In a house, the introduction of instability creates a theoretical framework by which further manipulation of the system may result in greater overall stability. Furthermore, an introduction of destabilizing factors at a micro-scale may lead to the ability or opportunity to create a system of homeostasis on a macro-scale.

D

A - Isolation

B - Unit 1 Domination

C - Unit 2 Domination

D - Shared Instability in Tenant-Owner Territorialization Behavior

Analysis of Territorial Configurations


Muliple or Homeostatic Instability Spr07:04

Consistent with the concept of homeostatic instability developed in protype project, the multi-unit attempts to create varying conditions within the site based on occupancy. As vehicles leave this housing complex, more public access is granted through the driveways. Furthermore, each unit is positioned in a precarious position with another such that privacy is maintained, but another layer of semi-public space is also conditioned within.

Connected Roof Terraces

Density

HOUSE

stable

Density

Unoccupied Porous Condition Controlled Entry

Controlled Entry

IN Flexibility Flexibility

or

or

Density

Density

Occupied Closed Condition Controlled Entry

Controlled Entry

public

public Flexibility

Flexibility private

private

Ground Floor Green Space


f07_triality as opposed to duality, triality realizes within dialectical relationships exists a third. The triptych equally weighs oppositions with its necessary in-between.


Tension Space Kunsthalle Fall07:02

A Kunsthalle is examined as an institution which has the potential to create tension on the surface of society. By creating an equivalency between the gallery and the sculpture yard, the other programs are imagined as tension spaces, pushing into the spaces of exhibition

section A

gallery space

section B Absence of the other

Surface Tension

Torsional Tension

lobby

section C

circulation

gathering spaces: theater, medialab, multipurpose

gallery

balcony section D

administration and offices

sculpture park


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site model


Tension Space Kunsthalle

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Fall07:03 FINAL

The relationship between art, society and the subject is one of tension. The work is the result of a subject and is also received by the subject in a duality of effect and affect. The subject then is contained within society, which is also defined by the subject. In a paradoxical strange loop of infinitely regressive body and organ relationships, tension as a concept of dualities applies here as well. If we begin to think of art as belonging to a smooth space, the space of the nomad then the curators are part of a striated space, belonging to the state apparatus. Deleuze proposes that between two striated spaces, there is a smooth space. Can a striated space occupy the surface between two smooth spaces? The state apparatus, the striated space operates on absolutes. Rules and regulations permeate this space. The smooth space on the other hand, operates on difference. It has no goal, only instantaneous velocity. Defined by a point and a vector, the smooth space is a space of vertical flows, constantly territorializing through its movement.

lobby

medialounge

medialounge

medialounge


meeting room

administration

gallery space

theater


perspective from York St. site plan

level 2 lobby

gallery


administrative office

curatorial office

level 4 +54

open office

level 3 +42

offices

level 2.5 +36

level 2 +24

theater

open gallery

lobby

sculpture yard

level 0 +0

level -1 -15


study model site plan study

Hyperpolitical City Spr08_Peggy Deamer Studio Team Jangwon Lee

We believe that the development of a city is enabled and limited by its political nature. It is conceivable that the politics of negotiation can become more seamless and fluid. The city that results is called the hyper political city. The development of the hyper political city begins with the selective renewal of the existing city. It consumes 3 dimensional space as it grows from the city below. Its growth does not expand infinitely but is limited by its own internal political space. Through the Hyper political city we becomes aware of the political nature of the city growth (boundary), the infra structure of the city (the vertical supports) as well as the space of negotiation (voids).


Conceived as 10 phased development blocks, each would integrate into the city via politically charged empty lots. The standard block is an inverse of the non-political and generic NYC block. Access and means of transportation are in the center of the block rather than around the outside. The publiccentric space of negotiation in each development is constrained by the block, but also exists because of it.

phasing diagram development blocks


section


view from gowanus canal The folding of production in the hyperpolitical city

view from 9th st. and 4th Ave (west)

view from 9th st. and 2nd Ave (east)

development block 6


buildings and towers

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Vegas Analysis

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buildings

Fall08_David Schwarz Studio TEAM STUDIO

towers

desert inn rd.

fashion show

fashion show

wynn

wynn

treasure island

treasure island

palazzo

palazzo

sands ave.

mirage

mirage

venetian

venetian

vehicular access harrah’s

imperial palace

imperial palace

o’sheas

o’sheas

flamingo

caesars

parking structures surface parking ashphalt

harrah’s

flamingo

caesars

bill’s

bill’s

flamingo rd. bally’s

bally’s

bellagio

bellagio paris

paris

planet hollywood

planet hollywood

pedestrian access harmon ave. city center

exterior circulation paths interior circulation paths

city center

new york new york

new york new york

excalibur

excalibur

monte carlo

monte carlo

tropicana ave.

tropicana

tropicana

mgm grand

mgm grand

block size luxor

luxor

mandalay bay

mandalay bay

pedestrian circulation exterior circulation paths interior circulation paths monorail site 0 20 50 100

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parking parking structures surface parking ashphalt monorail site

resort entry points interior pedestrian paths points of access monorail site

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Stars Development Vegas From our analysis of retail environments, we have come to understand that People go where people are. Crowded environments are profitable environments.

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Fall08_David Schwarz Studio TEAM Louise Levi, Eric Krancevic

hotel plaza

meeting space

arena plaza

arena

forum shops

For most places, this means that life (and money) is in the streets, but in Las Vegas some of the most vital “public”-feeling streets are interior environments.

imperial palace

caesars

forum shops

flamingo

monorail stop

Harrahs rocks—we love many of vibrant streetscapes created in the interiors of the resorts-- places like the forum shops, or the street lamp lit “boulevards” in paris. Even though the modern las vegas visitor is promiscuous--- often visiting 5 resorts in one trip— the hurrahs properties can be difficult to move in between.

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flamingo rd.

bally’s bellagio

monorail stop

the circle

paradise beach

paris

We aim to add to the existing strength of the hurrahs property—these interior, crowded, profitable spaces—by linking the properties with a pedestrian boulevard that has a 24 hour, mixed use environment with retail, entertainment, and dining on the street and balconies, and office space above.

harmon rd.

This exterior space scaled entirely to the pedestrian, is a continuation of the grade of las vegas boulevard and extends and connects the successful interior environments at multiple points though the campus. This pedestrian link is one of the two new experiences we think will complement the existing hurrahs properties. The second idea that we think could add to the image of the hurrahs world, is to have spectacles at the monumental scale now common along the strip, like the Bellagio fountain. We think we have two such

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LAS VEGAS BOULEVARD SECTION LOOKING SOUTH, BETWEEN NEW FORUM SHOP EXTENSION AND FLAMINGO CASINO

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monumental 24 hour spectacles, as well as smaller plazas throughout The first of the central spectacles which we think will bring people into the heart of the pedestrian experience, is the public plaza in the front of the arena, which is activated by arena goers by night and convention visitors by day. This civic spectacle is complemented by a different spectacle on the South side of the property—the beach. The Bellagio is a great attraction, and we are proud that it anchors the south west corner of our site, providing great views to many more of harrahs rooms than Bellagio rooms (we estimate about 1000 rooms in Bellagio face the fountain, whereas with our new towers, we will have 2000 harrahs rooms face the fountain).

LOFT APARTMENT

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R 30’-0”

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ARCADE SECTION LOOKING NORTH, ARCADE EXPANDS THE PUBLIC SPACE OF THE STREET

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But unlike the Bellagio, where the spectacle is placed on the strip, and is not fully activated by profitable programmatic spaces of the resort, we intend to internalize the “beach”. This distinct unique space creates beachfront views for the two new resorts we have added to bring people to the extents of the southern holdings. This is another 24 hour environment (with a sliding scale of offerings, selling different levels of exclusivity) —during the day, boat rentals, private cabanas, floating pools and lounge chairs enliven the shores. At night, nightclubs and movie projections create a entertainment filled, star lit experience.

LOFT APART

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ARENA BOULEVARD SECTION LOOKING EAST, BALCONIES PROVIDE A LAYERED ENTERTAINMENT EXPERIENCE

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Enclave

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SECTION B

BRIDGE RIDGE TO ONORAIL AT +20 + MONORAIL

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-2

Fall08_David Schwarz Studio TEAM Patrick McGowan

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RDE

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Flamingo Casino & Hotel

A: 25,725 sq ft

Las Vegas Blvd.

Flamingo Tower

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ENTRY TO FLAMINGO HOTEL 0

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RDE A: 11,968 sq ft

BRIDGE TO CAESARS PALACE AT +20

RDE A: 7,699 sq ft

SECT SECTION D

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On the corner of Flamingo Boulevard and Las Vegas Boulevard, our site is centrally located along the vegas strip. With its proximity to Caesars Palace, The Flagmingo, Paris, Bally’s, and the Belagio, this site is arguably the most valuable property along the Las Vegas Strip. Our approach to the site stems from recognizing its pivotal role in joining together the 3 adjacent Harrah’s properties. To negotiate the complex requirements of the site to connect its neighbors but retain its own identity, we developed the project with the concept of an enclave.

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OPEN TO BELOW

GRILLE

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RESTAURANT

A: 3,925 sq ft

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RDE A: 4,243 sq ft

A: 6,240 sq ft

RDE

RDE

RDE

A: 10,432 sq ft

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A: 2,481 sq ft A: 5,004 sq ft

OFFICE LOBBY

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SECTION C

A: 2,454 sq ft

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ULTRA SPORT BAR

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A: 980 sq ft

THEATER LOBBY

A: 6,608 sq ft

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Hall of Fame

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A: 328 sq ft

A: 4,176 sq ft

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RDE

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A: 2,104 sq ft

RDE

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BOX OFFICE BOH

A: 1,829 sq ft A: 1,881 sq ft

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GYM

RDE

A: 2,161 sq ft

RDE

A: 10,490 sq ft A: 5,688 sq ft A: 87 sq ft

A: 12,247 sq ft

A: 1,606 sq ft

CAFE

A: 2,511 sq ft

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SECTION A SECTION A

HOTEL LOBBY

SPORT BAR BOH

RDE A: 5,167 sq ft

A: 4,583 sq ft

A: 3,571 sq ft

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A: 1,485 sq ft

RDE

A: 2,805 sq ft

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Flamingo Blvd.

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BRIDGE TO BALLY'S AT +20

BRIDGE TO HOTEL V AT +20

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32'

64'

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BRIDGE TO MONORAIL AT +20

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Las Vegas Blvd.

Flamingo Casino & Hotel -6

Flamingo Port Cochere

Existing Garage

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BRIDGE TO CAESARS PALACE AT +20

ramp up

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SECTION D +0 OPEN TO BELOW

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RESTAURANT RDE

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Rock Climbing +0

A: 17,495 sq ft

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RDE

A: 2,009 sq ft

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OPEN TO BELOW

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A: 2,385 sq ft

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MULTILEVEL RDE A: 3,571 sq ft

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SECTION D

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CAFE

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A: 87 sq ft A: 330 sq ft

A: 1,881 sq ft

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SECTION A

A: 1,398 sq ft

A: 9,772 sq ft

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SECTION C

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A: 12,292 sq ft

A: 18,033 sq ft

BOH

A: 6,771 sq ft

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14.39 %

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A: 23,815 sq ft

A: 10,497 sq ft

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MULTILEVEL RDE

A: 2,819 sq ft

HallBOH of Fame

HOTEL COORIDOR +10

+10

A: 604 sq ft

A: 10,483 sq ft

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A: 13,899 sq ft

7.19 %

RESTAURANT

PRO SHOP

A: 16,891 sq ft

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RDE

MULTILEVEL RDE A: 20,869 sq ft

BOH A: 662 sq ft

ULTRA SPORTSULTRA BAR SPORT BAR +10 +10 A: 7,812 sq ft

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A: 8,822 sq ft

A: 10,313 sq ft

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A: 2,966 sq ft

A: 5,999 sq ft

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SECTION A

A: 3,056 sq ft

BOH

A: 1,990 sq ft

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A: 3,167 sq ft

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SECTION C

BOHKITCHEN

KITCHEN

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Flamingo Blvd.

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BRIDGE TO BALLY'S AT +20

BRIDGE TO HOTEL V AT +20

MEZZANINE +10 N

SCALE: 1/32" =

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SECTION B

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Flamingo Casino & Hotel

Taxi Queue Ground Floor and Basement

Las Vegas Blvd.

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ENTRANCE TO FLAMINGO CASINO

Flamingo Port Cochere

Existing Garage

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BOH

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An enclave is a territory entirely enclosed within another territory. The enclave retains identity, but draws its resources entirely from the territory around it. Likewise, our 50 story hotel must negotiate pedestrian flow from its adjacent resorts, but also retain its own brand. Furthermore, to capture the charged corner between Las Vegas Blvd. and Flamingo Blvd, our tower contains in its base an ultra-sports bar with stadium seating and a performance theater, both capturing the activity of the strip in its view and contributing to its intensity.

RDE A: 3,124 sq ft

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A: 5,760 sq ft

A: 1,839 sq ft

OFFICE LOBBY

A: 10,483 sq ft

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RDE

A: 3,276 sq ft

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RDE

RDE A: 5,327 sq ft

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RDE

A: 2,887 sq ft

A: 3,056 sq ft

BOH

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A: 5,999 sq ft

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SECTION C

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HOTEL LOBBY

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ramp down for truck access

SECTION C

RDE

A: 9,772 sq ft

A: 13,899 sq ft

A: 20,869 sq ft

PRO SHOP

A: 16,891 sq ft

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A: 604 sq ft

ULTRA SPORTS BAR A: 7,812 sq ft

LUXURY CAR SHOWROOM BOH

Rock Climbing +0

A: 17,495 sq ft

A: 18,033 sq ft

A: 87 sq ft

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A: 10,497 sq ft

SECTION A

RDE

RDE A: 10,313 sq ft

MULTILEVEL RDE BOH A: 662 sq ft

RDE

RDE

RDE

A: 2,009 sq ft

A: 2,048 sq ft

A: 2,385 sq ft

A: 330 sq ft

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terrace cafe waiting area

KITCHEN

terrace cafe

A: 642 sq ft

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reception

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pool above

LOUNGE

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A: 8,647 sq ft

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SKY DECK RESTAURANT

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waiting area terrace cafe

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concession STAGE A: 14,222 sq ft

30 FLOORS OF HOTEL ROOMS

30 FLOORS OF HOTEL ROOMS

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SKY DECK RESTAURANT A: 8,647 sq ft

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0

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8'

16'

ROOF 01 +505

32'

N

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1'-0"

D D dressing rooms

+35

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

+35'

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

HOTEL BOH A: 898 sq ft

CALDERIUM

+45

SPA LOBBY

THEATER BOH A: 10,307 sq ft

A

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

+35'

+35

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

STAGE HYDRAULICS

green room

+45

ESCALATOR TO STAGE TO STAGE A: 500 sq ft

+45

A: 1,486 sq ft

+35'

A

+35

A: 1,136 sq ft

A: 450 sq ft

A: 14,750 sq ft

THEATER FLYSPACE

TEPEDARIUM

A

A: 51 sq ft

A technical rm

FRIGIDARIUM

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

OFFICE A: 286 sq ft

D

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SPA-MEN +105

R2 +45 0

8'

16'

32'

N

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16'

32'


SECTION D

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ECO

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HR SECTION A

SECTION A

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SECTION D

HOTEL 03 +165 N

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4'

8'

16'

8'

16'

8'

16'

SECTION D

LUX1

Harrah’s success stems from their ability to adjust their product at a variety of price points. They cater to each customer to extract the maximum profit from every gaming experience. Likewise, the design of Enclave hotel provides a variety of 5 room types in combination with different views, resulting in a matrix of price points adjusted by the hour to maximize on affordability and luxury.

ECO

STYL

LUX3

ECO STYL

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SECTION A

SECTION A

LUX2

STYL

ECO LUX3

STYL ECO

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STYL

ECO

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SECTION D

HOTEL 01 +145 N

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4'

SECTION D

LUX2 STYL

ECO

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LUX2

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SECTION D

HOTEL 02 +155 N

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4'


suppliment_multiplicities Multiplicities are defined by the outside: by the abstract line, the line of flight or deterritorialization according to which they change in nature and connect with other multiplicities. -Deleuze and Guattari


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Fall08_Professor Brennan Buck TEAM Cheon-kang Park From Manuel Delanda’s Interpretation of Deleuze’s Intensive and Extensive properties, an extensive property change such as a change in volume is always due to an intensive property change such as pressure or temperature. For example, the phase change of water from liquid to ice requires a change in temperature and a seed: the first molecule of H2O to bond with another H2O molecule. We propose to seed the development of a surface by using paper folding as a basis of understanding how primary folding techniques can develop into secondary and tertiary folds. Our Affective Genre derives from our interest in the development of field vs figure. To that effect, lushness became our affect to represent our aspiration of field and figure with self-similar parametric shapes.

guide lines offset along z

Delaunay triangulation

perforation locations offset from triangular boundary

perforation radius determined from z offset

aperture edges used as assemblage control points bolted connections as tabs


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