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Table Of Contents /

01 / Design Build: Point Perch 02 / Six Broadway Residential 03 / Urban Village 04 / Michell Canyon Visitor Center 05 / San Francisco Fire Station 8 06 / Biomimetic Responsive Structure 07 / Highline Performing Art Theater 08 / Natural Forming 09 / Personal Works

Acknowledgments Colophon

TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S


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01 / Design Build: Point Perch

Course /

Collaborative Project: Hunters Point B.Lab

Description /

Program /

Outdoor Seating Structure

is to cultivate and foster a spirit of diversity, equity, and advocacy for future collaborative prac-

Instructor / Location /

Technician / Partner /

Sameena Sitabkhan, Joel Millar Hunters Point, San Francisco Jared

Aleyna Carvalho, Jon Go, Kyle Pennington and Matthew Hartley

B.Lab is the Building Lab design/build program in the Architecture Department at AAU. The goal tice among students. This project is the first official project that begins our partnership with the Hunters Point Community in San Francisco. The goal is to transform an underutilized outdoor space and transform it into a vibrant community space.

Approach /

To design a real scale project, we’ve been working with the Hunter’s Point Community through workshops and outreach for the past year to together develop, design and build an outdoor

gathering area that provides a stage and seating for various local events such as a women’s empowerment group meeting, fashion shows, and teen hangouts. 8


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02 / Six Broadway Residential

Course /

Housing and Comprehensive Design

Description /

Program /

Mixed-Use Housing & Complex

the waterfront in San Francisco’s Embarcadero district. The challenges of the project are its

Instructor / Location / Partner /

Goetz Frank and Stewart Green Embarcadero, San Francisco Jon Go

To design a comprehensive residential project proposal for an urban setting. The site is along triangular site and sustainable approaches. The self-contained community program includes a housing complex, farmers markets, Center for Environmental Activism(CFEA)) and retail.

Approach /

The site is at the edge of where the old city grid meets the new expanded waterfront grid.

These major streets create conditions that weave together pedestrian and vehicle circulation. These elements leave intangible traces of how people interact with their surroundings. The

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S I X B R O A D W AY R E S I D E N T I A L SIX BROADWAY RESIDENTIAL

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JOHN MATHER STREET LEVI PLAZA

SYDNEY G. WALTON SQUARE

VACANT OPEN SPACE MIXED USE MIXED USE / RESIDENTIAL MIXED USE / RESIDENTIAL RETAIL

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VEHICULAR CIRCULATION

PARKING LOT

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FIGURE GROUND

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01 / Site Analysis Diagram Existing Land Use

02 / Site Analysis Diagram Prevailing Wind and Sun Orientation

05 / Site Analysis Diagram Pedestrian Density

03 / Site Analysis Diagram Traffic Density

06 / Site Analysis Diagram Noise Level

04 / Site Analysis Diagram Existing Wharfs

07 / Site Analysis Diagram Historical Buildings

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PROJECT LOCATION: DESIGNER: PROJECT DESIGNER: PROJECT PROJECT LOCATION: Jon Francisco, Go Jon Go San San CA Francisco, Tung-Yu Wu Tung-Yu Wu CA PROJECT DESIGNER: PROJECTDATE: DESIGNER: PROJECT DATE: PROJECT FEBRUARY 6, 2017 6, 2017 Jon Go FEBRUARY Jon Go RESIDENTIAL Tung-Yu Wu Tung-Yu Wu CFEA

RETAIL

INSTRUCTORS: INSTRUCTORS: PROJECT DATE: PROJECT DATE: Goetz Frank Goetz Frank 6, 2017

6, 2017 MARKET FEBRUARY FEBRUARY

Stewart Green Stewart Green

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PROJECT LOCATION: San Francisco, CA PROJECT DESIGNER: Jon Go Tung-Yu Wu PROJECT DATE: FEBRUARY 6, 2017

TUNG & GO ARCHITECTURE

INSTRUCTORS: Goetz Frank Stewart Green

ARH 450 01: STUDIO 8: HOUSING AND TUNG & GO ARCHIT COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN

SHEET NAME:

FORM DIAGRAM

PROJECT LOCATION:

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San Francisco, CA

ARH 450 01: STUD HOUSING AND COMPREHENSIVE

PROJECT DESIGNER: Jon Go Tung-Yu Wu PROJECT DATE: FEBRUARY 6, 2017

CFEA

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Goetz Frank

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Stewart Green

PROJECT LOCATIO

San Francisco, CA

PROJECT DESIGNE Jon Go Tung-Yu Wu

PROJECT DATE: FEBRUARY 6, 2017 INSTRUCTORS:

SHEET NAME: URBAN FOOD MARKET

Goetz Frank Stewart Green

FORM DIAGRAM SHEET NAME:

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01 / Plan Middle Income Studio 02 / Plan Single Room Occupancy 03 / Plan Middle Income 1 Bedroom 04 / Plan Middle Income 2 Bedroom

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5’-0”

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32”

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CF E A Water Treat ment

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INSULATION

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PERFORATED METAL 10” CONCRETE SLAB

12” CONCRETE RETAINING WALL WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

01 / Detail Drawing Balcony 02 / Detail Elevation With Sustainable Strategy

VAPOR BARRIER CAPILARY BREAK

03 / Detail Section Section cut through every levels

4’ PILE CAP REINFORCE BARS 14” DRIVEN PILES 16” O.C.

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I n INTERIOR te rio r FloFLOOR o r FinFINISH is h I nINSULATION te rio r Flo o r Fin is h

I nACOUSTICAL s ula t io n INSULATION

OPERABLE O p e ra b leWOODEN Wo o den LOUVERS Lo u ve rs GUARDRAIL G u a rd ra il

Ce me n t itio u s Pan el

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Green Roof Reduce Heat Island Effect

METAL COPING WOOD BLOCKING GRAVEL DRAINAGE MAT MOISTURE RETENTION PROTECTION BOARD

+49’

Recessed Parapet (Recessed 3’ From Building Edge)

PROJECT 02 /

WP MEMBRANE COVER BOARD TAPERED MIN. R18 RIGID INSULATION VAPOR BARRIER

5th FLOOR

Create Clean Building Roof line That Is Consistent With Design Language

CROSS LAMINATED TIMBER

S I X B R O A D W AY R E S I D E N T I A L

METALCoping COPING Metal WOODBlocking BLOCKING Wood Gravel GRAVEL DRAINAGEMat MAT Drainage MOISTURERetention RETENTION Moisture Protection PROTECTIONBoard BOARD WP WPMembrane MEMBRANE COVERBoard BOARD Cover Tapered R18 Rigid Insulation TAPEREDMim. MIN. R18 RIGID INSULATION VAPORBarrier BARRIER Vapor CROSSLaminated LAMINATED TIMBER Cross Timber

10’

Sliding Wood Lovers Provide Sun Shading, Sustainable Material And Celebrate The Texture Of Wood As Material

+38’ 4th FLOOR OPERABLE WOODEN LOUVERS

OPERABLEWooden WOODEN LOUVERS Operable Louvers

GUARDRAIL

Guardrail

ENGINEERED WOOD FLOOR FINISH 2” GYPCRETE

ENGINEERED WOOD Engineered Wood FLOOR Floor FINISH Finish GYPCRETE 2”2”Gypcrete 3/4” Diameter Radiant Heating Pipes 3/4’ DIAMETER RADIANT HEATING PIPES

10’

GUARDRAIL

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3ed FLOOR

Metal Vertical Handrail Vertical Handrail Creates A More Open Feel To Allow Air To Flow

3/4’ DIAMETER RADIANT HEATING PIPES 1 1/2” ACOUSTICAL MAT / INSULATION 6” CROSS LAMINATED TIMBER

111/2” AcousticalMAT Mat/ INSULATION / Insulation 1/2” ACOUSTICAL

INSULATION 8888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888

INSULATION Insulation

PERFORATED METAL

PERFORATEDMetal METAL Perforated

CROSS LAMINATED 6”6”Cross LaminatedTIMBER Timber

10’

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15’ Storefront Mullion

+0’ GROUND FLOOR

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10” CONCRETE SLAB

10” Slab 10”Concrete CONCRETE SLAB

12” CONCRETE RETAINING WALL

12”Concrete CONCRETE RETAINING 12” RetainingWALL Wall

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

WATERPROOFINGMembrane MEMBRANE Waterproofing

VAPOR BARRIER

Vapor Barrier CAPILARY Break BREAK Capillary

CAPILARY BREAK

4’ PILE CAP REINFORCE BARS 14” DRIVEN PILES 16” O.C.

VAPOR BARRIER

4’ PILE CAPSlab Concrete 4’ Pile Cap Reinforce REINFORCEBars BARS 14”Driven DRIVEN PILES O.C. 14” Piles16” 1”O.c.

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03 / Urban Village

Course /

Tectonics and Structure

Description /

Program /

Mixed-Use Mid Rise

design, building massing, program, structure, and envelope are inextricably related. Question

Instructor / Location /

Karen Seong and Benjamin Damron Civic Center, San Francisco

Propose a mid-rise where structure and envelope are thoughtfully integrated. Explore how site the current typology of the skyscraper, identify its limits, and propose new ways for the tower to engage the city.

Approach /

The project improves engagement between students and society by allotting a space for

community education. This space is used as a culinary school which provides career training

for neighborhood residents. Beginning culinary students learn how to grow food, how to cook,

how to work in a restaurant and participate and engage with customers. The building includes a hydroponic farm, public open space and a food court. The goal is to attract the public into the

building to not only eat food prepared by the cooking school, but also to meet other people and share the dining experience. The building will act as a catalyst for the emerging restaurants in

the Tenderloin. “Pop-up restaurants� give students a chance to show off their skills and to work in a realistic restaurant environment. This project intends to provide both gainful employment opportunities and a service to the community..

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URBAN VILLAGE

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URBAN VILLAGE

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01 / Site Plan To the relation of UN Plaza 02 / Sketch Program Sketch 03 / Sketch Circulation Idea

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URBAN VILLAGE

01 / Rendering Vertical Garden 02 / Diagram Massing Development

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Adjacent building

Extend / Free up rooftop Spatial connection to hotel

Primary building

Free up retail space

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URBAN VILLAGE

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01 / Floor Plan From Ground Level to Roof Level 07 / Section The Relationship Between Floors

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URBAN VILLAGE

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04 / Mitchell Canyon Visitor Center

Course /

Site Condition & Building Performance

Description /

Program /

Visitor Center

tainable building design, assessing materiality, building orientation, and building performance

Instructor / Location /

Lise Barriere and Joseph King Mount Diablo, California

Design a sanctuary/visitor’s center in a mountain climate. We learn the fundamentals of sus-

to create an environment which supports contemplation and education. The goal is to design a visitor center in Mount Diablo, which has the gravel surface and is surrounded by trees.

Approach /

The design treats architecture as a careful intervention to the site. The design preserves the

trees, gravel and other natural features on the site. The building initially runs along the ground, but then projects out of the landscape to reduce the environmental impact of the building

volume. The visitor center functions as a gateway. The concept is to create an experience for

the visitors as they circulate and transition between the interior space and the landscape. The

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MICHELL CANYON VISITOR CENTER

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SCALE: 1/20”=1’-0” 02 / Site Plan Plus Floor Plan and Surroundings

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MICHELL CANYON VISITOR CENTER

01 / Diagram Building Massing 02 / Diagram Lift Up the Building to Reduced Footprint 03 / Elevation Trees and Building

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01 / Diagram Summer Condition 02 / Diagram Winter Condition 03 / Diagram Maximize View and Minimize South Exposure 04 / Axon Diagram Wood Structure and Steel Framing

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MICHELL CANYON VISITOR CENTER

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Roof

Black Steel Frame With Rotatable Wood Fin

Wood Beams & Joist

Layout Of Each Program & Space

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MICHELL CANYON VISITOR CENTER

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MICHELL CANYON VISITOR CENTER

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01 / Wall Detail Model Wood Fin Condition 02 / Wall Detail Model Joist 03 / Wall Detail Model Column 04 / Wall Detail Model Table Integrated

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MICHELL CANYON VISITOR CENTER

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Aluminum Gutter With Slop 1/4” Per Foot

Roof Cover Board

Steel Fin Frame For Wood Fins

Roofing Membrane

Steel Attachment Connector

1/2” Cover Board

Double-Panel Glass

Water Proofing Membrane Sip Panel

1’X2” Rotatable Wood Fin Screen With Steel Rod

Glulam Column

Automated Louver Steel Angle Steel Connector

Perimeter Drain Pipe Concrete Footing 01 / Structure Model Wood Structure Model Testing 02 / Wall Detail Drawing Dimensions and Scale

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MICHELL CANYON VISITOR CENTER

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05 / San Francisco Fire Station Eight

Course /

Site Culture and Integral Urbanism

Description /

Program /

Fire Station and Artist In Residence

It unearths the history, currency, and culture of urban terrain while developing a mindful disci-

Instructor / Location /

Doron Serban and Sameena Sitabkhan South of Market, San Francisco

The design explores the role of architecture within the context of evolving urban environments. pline for articulating a stance and conceiving a responsive program within the parameters of a specific site.

Approach /

The program of the hybrid fire station is focused on the connection between the fire station and artist residence. Firefighters have to work under intense conditions which usually aren’t noticed by the public. Having an artist live in the fire station allows them to create artworks or docu-

mentary to demonstrate the life of firefighters. The artist will have a gallery in the fire station to present their artworks. The gallery improves the visibility of the fire station and provides a safe place for community to gather. The station is cover with polycarbonate panel which allows the building to be translucent and illuminated at night. 72


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S A N F R A N C I S C O F I R E S TAT I O N E I G H T

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2013—2018

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S A N F R A N C I S C O F I R E S TAT I O N E I G H T

02 /

01 / Sketches Ideas 02 / Site Plan Site Context

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Living Activity EXHIBITION

PUBLIC

PRIVATE

02 /

FIRE DPT.

FIRE DPT.

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SOUTH ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION


Go up

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PROJECT 05 / Art Studio

S A N F R A N C I S C O F I R E S TAT I O N E I G H T

Art Studio

Storage

03 / 01 / Diagram Massing Development

Fitness Go up

02 / Elevation Relationship to Street

Meeting Room

03 / Floor Plan Exhibitions and Department Facilities Open to Below

EL= +16’

Stage

Outdoor Terrace

A

A’

2F B’ 0’

4’

8’

16’

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

B

Kitchen

Pantry EL= -4’

Communication Room

Exhibition Space

Archive

EL= +0

Locker

Storage Truck Bay

Decontamination Gas Station

A

Duty Room

A’

B’

1F 0’

4’

8’

16’

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

FIRE DPT.

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S A N F R A N C I S C O F I R E S TAT I O N E I G H T

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01 / Rendering Alley Way Exhibition 02 / Section Drawings

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2013—2018

PROJECT 05 /

S A N F R A N C I S C O F I R E S TAT I O N E I G H T

02 /

03 /

01 / Rendering Fire Station Facade 02 / Rendering Massing 03 / Rendering Interior

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06 / Biomimetic Responsive Structure

Course /

Site Operations and Tectonic System

Description /

Program /

Mixed-Use Lab

based on specific methods of design. Focus on understanding the behavioral aspects of space

Instructor / Location / Partner /

Alexandra Neyman

Albany Bulb, California Astireh Baradari

Develop two and three dimensional drawings and experiment with model-making techniques with structure while emphasizing the design process and rule-driven design methodology.

Approach /

Albany Bulb is a man-made structured peninsula that was created with construction debris such as concrete and rebar that was pushed into the bay from 1939-1983. In the years to

follow, vegetation began to form, making a habitat for wildlife. The tide acts as a trigger for the

mutation of the land just as people act as a trigger for the spaces to mutate. The design seeks patterns in natural growth and behavior and translates those behaviors into a tectonic system that forms the design. 82


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2013—2018

PROJECT 06 /

BIOMIMETIC RESPONSIVE STRUCTURE

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2013—2018

PROJECT 06 /

BIOMIMETIC RESPONSIVE STRUCTURE

01 / Vector Drawing Spacial Quality in A Flow

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BIOMIMETIC RESPONSIVE STRUCTURE

87 87


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ORIGINAL MODULE

10% BLOOMING

B.ARCH

GENERIC AGGREGATION VARIATIONS

10% DETACHING

10% TEARING

10% STRETCHING & EXPENDING

10% TRIGGERING & DETACHING

10% ROTATING & ENCLOSING

10% CONTRACTING

10% DEVOURING & ESCAPING

10% TWISTING & ROTATING

10% TWISTING

TECTONIC BODY SYSTEM AGGREGATION INITIATORS SKIN CONDITION

BONE CONDITION

20%

20%

JOINT CONDITION

10%1

CONDITION

0%

SPINE CONDITION

10%1

0%

MOUTH CONDITION

PHYSICAL MODEL WITH ASSEMBLY AGGREGATION

30%

PERCENTAGE OF PHYSICAL MODEL INDIVIDUAL

GROWTH FROM A LOCAL OPERATION DIVIDING

TENTACLE

BLOOMINGU

NFOLDING

COVERING

DETACHING

TRIGGERING & ENCLOSING

TWISTING & ROTATING

100% OF OVERALL CONDITION

20%

20%

10%1

0%

10%1

0%

30%

PERCENTAGE OF PHYSICAL MODEL INDIVIDUAL

GROWTH FROM GLOBAL OPERATION (AGGREGATION IN 50% of PHYSICAL MODEL WITH ASSEMBLY AGGREGATION). ROTATING

TRIGGERING

DEVOURING

WEAVING

FOLDING

STRETCHING

TWISTING

60% OF OVERALL BLOOMING, ROTATING & DEVOURING

01 /

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PERMANENT

REVERSIBLE

LIMINAL STATE

2013—2018

PROJECT 06 /

BIOMIMETIC RESPONSIVE STRUCTURE

EXCESS

SLIGHT

DIVIDING

DIVIDING IN PERMANENT STATE BLOOMING

UNFOLDING

TEARING

DETACHING

TRIGGERING IN A LIMINAL STATE

TRIGGERING

ENCLOSING

DEVOURING IN P REVERSIBLE STATE DEVOURING

RIPPING

STRETCHING

DIVIDING IN LIMINAL STATE DIVIDING

TRIGGERING

TRIGGERING IN SLIGHT STATE

DEVOURING

DEVOURING IN EXCESS STATE

CONTRACTING

TWISTING

ROTATING

ESCAPING

WEAVING

02 / 01 / Diagram Physical Model Catalogue

02 / Diagrams Algorithm of Growth

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90 90 ESCAPING

EXIT

TWISTING

DIVIDING

EVENT SPACE

BLOOMING


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MOUTH CONDITION

2013—2018

PROJECT 06 /

BIOMIMETIC RESPONSIVE STRUCTURE

TENTACLE CONDITION

A

A”

91 91 ROTATING

ART GALLERY

DEVOURING


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92 92

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PROJECT 06 /

BIOMIMETIC RESPONSIVE STRUCTURE

02 /

03 /

01 / Rendering Entrance 02 / Rendering Event Space 03 / Rendering Art Gallery

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07 / Highline Performing Art Theater

Course /

Assembly Building and Context

Description /

Program /

Mixed-Use Theater

of the study, we focus on architectural programming, diagramming and a critical analysis of

Instructor / Location /

Carol Buhrmann

Chelsea, New York

Apply design principles, process and thinking in the design of an assembly building. As part site and context. Explored the role of society, community, and culture in the development of a

critical viewpoint. Structural systems and architectural access will be integrated in the design process.

Approach /

Inspiration was taken from a narrative developed about the location. The narrative-driven

structure allows architecture to accommodate different spatial condition for users such as

theater, classroom and retail. The analytical site model integrates the original site conditions

on Highline and further develops into a sequential tectonic language to express the architectural elements. 94


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Time (min/sec)

The most notable thing about time is that it is so purely relative. Dylan looked up at the frame

0:00

He noticed that people were looking at him anxiously. He felt relieved and peaceful at that moment; the screen he thirsted for somehow eventually came true.

Court CEO Injustice

Power

Anger SC OS

IS

TR

Death

0:10

OS

Regret

Relief

01 /

Dylan’s Death

02 /

0:20 0:30 WESTERN RAIL YARDS

0:40

EASTERN RAIL YARDS

0:50 1:00

However, the situation is people don't know who he is and are just curious what they had just seen in front of them. Just like most normal people, they are interested in things that are unusual. There are always some crowds that or a weird art piece. But Dylan was glad to see that the world had changed after he perspective of it as he lay in blood on West Twenty-Sixth Street under Highline Park in New York City.

1:10 The victim was a single mother with three children. They used to live together in the Bronx and had a restaurant that served southern soul food with a great reputation in the local neighborhood. One day, they signed a contract with the oil company because they believed this new oil brand had better quality and could help people eat better in their restaurant. In fact, the oil company brand sourced recycled oil to cut down the cost to earn a lot of money. When most of the customers ate in their restaurant, they were poisoned after the oil got changed a few months after. They accused the restaurant and demanded that it be closed permanently. The mother realized the truth and accused However, it was crucial for her to admit that the oil company was still alive on the trial by making various "good reasons" through a paid lawyer, Dylan. The mother eventually got the disease and passed away. Because she lost all her properties to win the case, she was not able to pay the hospital. Three children lost their parents and were struggling afterward.

1:20 1:30 1:40 1:50 CHELSEA PARK

2:00

TERMINAL STORES BUILDING

2:10 2:20 2:30 2:40

The story goes back to two months ago. Once again, Dylan won a lawsuit in the New York Supreme Court, and the victim's family was crying out loud as usual as they lost their faith in justice. On the other hand, an oil company's CEO who sold used cooking oil and earned lots of money was able to leave the courtroom without punishment. (Several tens of thousand dollars didn't hurt.) We would say that justice is reversible or that there is no such term as "justice" in a trial wherein people are rich enough to hire an accomplished lawyer.

2:50 Ran into John in Highline

3:00 3:10 CHELSEA ART GALLERY

3:20 HOUDSON RIVER PARK CHELSEA WATERSIDE PARK

3:30 3:40 3:50 Single mom’s destiny

4:00 4:10 4:20 Dylan Curtis is a 38-year-old lawyer, who lives on the top

4:30

apartment in uptown New York. He is a man, who seems to have won the blessings of God. He graduated from law school at the Columbia University, has a high-paying job, enjoys a life of total freedom and independence that allows him to do everything he wants. He is willing to help his clients and do his best for as long as he is nicely compensated. By the way, he doesn't have a car because you don't really need a car in New York City. Instead, he takes the subway most of the time.

4:40 4:50 5:00 5:10

Hudson River

He is interested in posting photos on Facebook, pretty

5:30

and to feel a sense of achievement through the numerous "Likes." He likes to feel the people's admiration and envy. He looks down, as a habit, from the windows of

5:50

A beautiful scenery surrounds him, and he enjoys the world around him.

ignores the yelling and turns to stare at The two little girls see Dylan as the enemy and move to hide behind their brother's back. Their elder brother, John, stares ferociously at Dylan. Dylan is by the strong pressure in his mind. He tries to be calm, and he believes that what happened was not his fault; he was just doing his job as a lawyer. Back then, Dylan didn't know that his decision had

CHELSEA MARKET

5:40

apartment building and mutters to himself, "What a

One day, Dylan takes a stroll in Highline Park. He runs into the victim's family, and they recognize him immediately and yell

Tansmutation

5:20

6:00 The silence at Dylan's apartment brought nightmares that came to him every time he fell asleep. He somehow could see the facial expression of the victims and couldn't escape all those penalty, anger, and sadness of victims in his mind. He got a mental illness. In reality, his brain started to connect all the fragmented parts that surrounded his life. His saw the mirror daily transportation, the subway, become a zone full of loneliness and unfriendly ambiance by all the strangers. He looked at his post on Facebook, with lots of "likes" on a screen, without any concern. He starts afraid anything that been framed in his life. "Frame phobia" is a term to describe this symptom. He lost the relationship with people in this intricate city. Undoubtedly, he eventually realized he is lonely and lacking everything except money. He has most of the things that people are willing to have, but, at the same time, he lost the most important part of his life. He felt lost and miserable, and his reputation and life all seemed to have collapsed. Contrast what he have substantially. life. The last post on Dylan's Facebook was, "The world sees me through the screen, I would love to see my world through the frame." This is the manifesto that has been stuck in his brain for a while, and he decided to post it as the last world. Again, no one would ever notice that it was a

SITE

6:10 6:20

PRIMARY ACCESS LOCATIONS (STAIRS AND ELEVATION)

6:30

SCONDARY ACCESS LOCATIONS (STAIRS)

6:40 6:50 7:00 7:10

family and cause these children to lose their mother. He didn't know how

WHITNEY MUSEUM

7:20

for children who have to face the real world without their parents.

7:30 Past

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Future

HIGH LINE DESIGN PRINCIPLE

SC---------Self Concious Dylan Curtis

John

Single Mom

Highline

Nightmare

IS---------Insight OS---------Outsight

Keep it simple, keep it wild, keep it quiet, keep it slow.

Preserve slow meandering experience through varied conditions.

Preserve north-south sight lines and linear consistency of the High Line.

Preserve wild, opportunistic landscape by enhancing existing plant species.

Preserve industrial presence of the High Line at the street level.

TR---------Transmit

Preserve and reveal the structure providing opportunities to inhabit and appreciate details.

Preserve unusual and found conditions on the High Line.


2013—2018

PROJECT 07 /

H I G H L I N E P E R F O R M I N G A R T T H E AT E R

10TH AVE

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03 /

W 27TH ST

10TH AVE

W 27TH ST

10TH AVE

W 26TH ST

04 /

Woodland Flyover

Viewing Spur

High Line Structure

01 / Diagram Narrative 02 / Diagram Highline Condition 03 / Diagram Site Plan 04 / Diagram View Spur

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H I G H L I N E P E R F O R M I N G A R T T H E AT E R

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02 /

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H I G H L I N E P E R F O R M I N G A R T T H E AT E R

05 /

01 �

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01 /

02 /

03 /

01 / Diagram Highline As Timeline with Traffic 02 / Diagram View Point Taking Place on Site 03 / Diagram Scenario of The Story Happened in Highline 04 / Axon Diagram Analytical Site Diagram

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PROJECT 07 /

H I G H L I N E P E R F O R M I N G A R T T H E AT E R

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H I G H L I N E P E R F O R M I N G A R T T H E AT E R

02 /

03 /

04 /

01 / Diagram Analytical Site Model on Highline 02 / Diagram Analytical Site Model in 3D Drawing 03 / Rendering Street Condition 04 / Rendering Highline Condition

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03 / Floor Plan Ground Level 04 / Rendering Bird View

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PROJECT 07 /

H I G H L I N E P E R F O R M I N G A R T T H E AT E R

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PROJECT 07 /

H I G H L I N E P E R F O R M I N G A R T T H E AT E R

02 /

04 /

01 / Rendering Highline Level 02 / Floor Plan Level +32’-8” 03 / Floor Plan Level +72’-6”

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PROJECT 07 /

H I G H L I N E P E R F O R M I N G A R T T H E AT E R

02 /

01 / Section A-A’

02 / Section B-B’

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PROJECT 07 /

H I G H L I N E P E R F O R M I N G A R T T H E AT E R

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08 / Natural Form

Course /

3D Digital Modeling

Description /

Program /

Sculpture

a careful examination of both the historical and theoretical framing of the precedent. After

Instructor / Location /

Doron Serban

Niigata, Japan

Based on the significant of architecture I chose, gather sufficient documentation to allow for abstracting repeatedly, and deconstructing the original concept of the choosen case study,

formulate another process that is fabricated into a model. It is a travel of discover the essence of our perception.

Approach /

To express the Idea from 2D to 3D, I generate a abstract 3D model from Rhino based on the

condition of thickness during seasonal change of the weather. The model was lofted vertically representing the elevation of the building created by the weather change. The final version of the model towards the idea of blending landscape with the building, to make the building

become part of the landscape allowing them to coexist. The final model use epoxy resin mixed with ink in order to represent this concept, the integration of to nature. 114


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PROJECT 08 /

N AT U R A L F O R M

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PROJECT 08 /

N AT U R A L F O R M

02 /

03 /

01 / Rendering Final 3D Model

02 �

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PROJECT 08 /

02 /

03 /

04 /

05 /

06 /

07 /

01 / Resin Model Transition Between Elements

02 �

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07 / Resin Model Testing Out Different Colors And Forming Moment

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09 / Personal Works

Description /

Architecture is about everything. A lot of architects not only design their own buildings but

sometimes they also design furniture, art installations, etc. As a designer, I am always curious

about how everything can be designed that affect our society and makes the world better. The following projects showcase some of my personal interesting in similar area. 120


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PROJECT 09 /

PERSONAL WORKS

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01�

02 /

03 /

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PROJECT 09 /

PERSONAL WORKS

04 / Drawing Perspective Sketches

04 /

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02 /

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2013—2018

PROJECT 09 /

PERSONAL WORKS

04 /

01 �

04 / Sketches Levi Plaza, Yerba Buena Garden and De Young Museum

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2013—2018

PROJECT 09 /

PERSONAL WORKS

03 /

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02 / Painting Acrylic and Water Color

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02 /

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PROJECT 09 /

PERSONAL WORKS

03 /

01 �

04 / Model Making Case Study, Bridge School

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2013—2018

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Acknowledgment /

Thank You /

Thank you to the instructors at the Academy of Art University: Mimi Sullivan, Jennifer Asselstine , Mark Mückenheim, Doron Serban, Sameena Sitabkhan, Goetz Frank, Stewart Green,

Karen Yunjin Seong, Benjamin Damron, Lise Barriere, Joseph King, Carol Buhrmann, Alexandra Neyman, Mary Scott, Braden Engel, Vahid Sattary and all faculty.

Through your guidance, passion and example, I have learned skills, techniques and deeper

ways of thinking that have led me to the most important thing - belief that I have the potential to make the world a better place.

Thank you also to all of my family and friends who have provided support and encouragement in all that I’ve worked towards. Thank you for allowing me to peruse my passion.

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2013—2018

C O LO P H O N

Colophon /

School /

Student /

Font /

School of Architecture

tungyuwu23@gmail.com

Light, Medium, Bold

Academy of Art University

Course /

Senior Portfolio Mary Scott

Book Binder / Blurb

Tung-Yu Wu

628-444-8504 Photography Tung-Yu Wu

Aktiv Grotesk

Software /

Adobe InDesign

Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator

Cover Stoc /

Copyright /

Matte Finish

All rights reserved. No part of this publication

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