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Architecture Portfolio BIN ZHANG


Contact Info (425) 647 - 5980 cielozhangbin@gmail.com 2020 Tunstall Cir Bldg S Apt 08 Manhattan, KS 66502

Education

Skills

Kansas State University

Rhino

Master of Architecture (Post - Baccalaureate) 2015 - Present Expected Graduate Date: May, 2018

Autodesk Revit

Kansas State University Environmental Design Studio 2014 - 2015

Kansas State University Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 2009 - 2013

Autodesk 3ds Max Sketchup Pro Adobe Photoshop Adobe Ilustrator Adobe InDesign Physical Model Making

Language English Chinese

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Wamego Fire Station Wamego, Kansass

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Manhattan Wellness Center Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan, NY

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Wichita Mixed-used Development Wichita, KS

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View Station Manhattan, KS

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Berkeley Hospice Center (In Progress) Berkeley, California

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The building program has been broke up to three areas: the apparatus zone, the administrative/public zone, and the residential zone. Apparatus Zone This is main zone for the fire-station, contains a three-bay fire truck/EMS garage, equipment alcoves, decontamination space, workshop , self-contained breathing apparatus etc. The garage bay is right off the Ash Street, which is easier for fire trucks and EMS dispatch from the station. Admin. / Public Zone This zone is mainly located on the ground floor, served as the linkage between civic service buildings of Wamego. Residential Zone

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Residential Zone

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Green Space

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The residential zone is located on the second floor of the fire-station with nine bedrooms, living room, kitchen, gym, etc., providing the privacy of the fire-fighter’s life. The fire exit stair wells located on both end of second floor, served as the dispatching circulation as well.


Building Envelope

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Third Year Sping 2017 This is an urban infill project aims to design a free, weekly mindfulness and movement meditation wellness center situated on 54th St between 9th Avenue and 10th Avenue. The project site is inside the neighberhood area of Hell’s Kitchen District, Manhattan, NY. The wellness center will offer healthy food teaching classes, group fitness classes, and holding health related public lecture to promote healthy living style.

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Recessed entrance welcomes the neighborhoods and pedestrians to visit this building anytime they need consultation over health problems.

Green roof gardens exposed to the Green Space neighborhood surroundings promotes healthy living style, andPublic encouraging home-grow food for the families.

Public programs locate at the front of the building in order to build the visual connections with neighborhood.

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Building Entrance The main entrance of the building is using curtain wall facade, which allows large exposures of the group activities and attract potential users to walk into the building.

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Visual Connections Double height space with glass facade create visual connections between wellness center and neighborhood. Operable windows allowing natural ventilations during summer time.

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Left: Community green roof garden located on fifth floor of the building in order to have large exposure to the sunlight and neighborhood Middle: Teaching kitchen classroom along with small balcony and public library are facing towards the back alley for privacy aspect. Right: Roof top garden with reflection pool allows users to sit down and relax, and hold public events.

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Civic Core

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Wichita Mixed-use Development Downtown Wichita Wichita, KS Fourth Year, Summer 2017

The new development of Retail and Residential MixedUse building aims to solve the lack of storefront retail stores and dwelling units in downtown Wichita, Kansas. The project site is located inside the core of downtown Concepts Wichita surround by most of Wichita’s tourist attractions, & center is within 5 minutes of walk and the bus transit distance. Diagrams This project was following LEED design guide lines and IBC 2015; the final outout of the project was C.01 documented as construction documents and physical model was not required.

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This building implements energy efficiency design strategies and LEED design guilines. Tesla’s new solar energy technologies will supply most of the daily electrical usage. On-site storm-water collecting system will collect most of rain water and filter it for watering landscape and toilet flush, decreased water usage for this entire building. Low-emitting materials, LED lights, and prefabricated materials prevent building create pollutions and ensure indoor air quality. Solar Panel Total of 66 solar panels on the rooftop and the south facade These panels will genrate 36,135 kwh electricity annually, overall supply of almost 19% of building electricity usage. Reduce Heat Island Effect Building will use highly reflective material on hardscape area, combined with green roof will reduce heat island effects. On-site paving will use materials with an SRI of at least 29, such as white concrete and grass blocks paving on sidewalk and plaza. On-site Stormwater Management 6500 gallon water tank with filteration system will be placed underneath the building. It will store the stormwater from green roof and on-site/off-site bioswale, and use it for building’s grey water usage and benefit the public park next to the site.

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Harvested rainwater from roof and site

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Double height retail space gives a large volumetric spatial feelings for the Tesla electric car and solar Level 3 24' - 0" energy products showroom, and clear orientations for Level 2 users. A glass storefront with a green wall will create a 12' - 0" great inside outside relationship with plaza and urban Level 1 pop-up park adjacent to the site. 0' - 0" The studio apartment is located on top of the Basement SECTION -12' - 0" retail space. Each unit is approximately around 550 A - A sq. ft with full appliances and amneties. An accessible outdoor space on 3rd floor and rooftop garden give A.20 tenants the opportunity to hold social events. Level 4

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Building Structure

The occupancy type of this building is M & R - 2. Based on building footprint area, number of stories, and Internation Building Code 2015, this building is a Type 1-B construction type. The main structure members of the building are using non-combustible materials - steel STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM columns and beams and CMU blocks with minimum of 2 hours fire resisting rate. The building has to have manual alarm and smoke alarm system, and autumatic S.10 sprinkler system must be installed.

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Living Green Wall Living green wall system will be installed on the west side of the building. It will block most of the solar gain from western sun, absorb some level of the noise from E Douglas Avenue, and increase the air quality of the transition space. Water collected by stormwater collecting system will be used to watering all the plants throught building active system.

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04 View Station

Tuttle Creek Lake

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The View Station is located at Observation Point besides Tuttle Creek Lake in Manhattan, KS. Sitting on the edge of the hill, the center concrete wall split the View Station into two viewpoints. The primary view is looking out to the Tuttle Creek Lake through a “enclosed” threshold tunnel entrance, leaded by the natural light at the end. Once visitors reached the end, it suddenly opens to a panoramic view of Tuttle Creek Lake, and give visitor sense of relief.

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Above: Floor plan of the View Station with directions of primary view, and secondary view. Left: The secondary view is looking towards the Big Blue Plan River below the Tuttle Creek Dam. The narrow opening and long cantilever decking only allows 1-2 person to walk through it. This gives visitor a feeling of unlimited extension of the space, cohesive with the endless Big Blue River water flows.

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Berkeley Downtown Hospice Center Normandy Village Berkeley, CA Fifth Year Thesis Project In Progress, 2017 - 2018 The architectural idea is rooted in the idea of contempative retreat. The design concept is to create a contemplative retreat space through a thoughtful program organization, providing the spatial experiences within the therapeutic benefits healing environment for those people who are facing life-limiting illness or injury; given them the opportunities to reflect upon their life journey; meanwhile, this facility serves to offer a supportive, comfortable, and beautiful home-like healing environment to all users.The proposed project site is located inside a quiet neighborhood area in Berkeley, California; currently is the farmland belongs to University of California at Berkeley.

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Berkeley Palliative Care Center The architecture idea of this palliative care center is rooted in the idea of contemplative retreat. This is a place has an austere space, devote for retreat and contemplation; where the patients and families reflect upon their life journey and look forward to the future life after death; and increase their quality of life through healing envionments created by this building complex.

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During this phase, the design is focusing on examing the building forms andRythme building programs organization Wayfinding based on evidenced-based research result. The site plan will be incorporated with the neighborhood surroundings and master plan of the hospice center. The hospice center itself should create a healing E environment and offer a healing experience for the patients and family members through different design strategies or building details. Patient Rooms

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Garden

Patient Rooms

Consultation Garden

Patient Rooms

Consultation

Semi Public

Public

Building Programs Circulation Route

Rhythm

The Needs of Staff


NORTH LIGHT Palliative Care

TRANCE

COMMON SPACE

PATIENT ROOM Social Hospice

Roof Design Strategy Admin Patient Exit

Main Entrance

Staff Entrance

Final Form

Building Movement

Forms 42


Design Process

43


44


Building Parking

BAN COTTAGE I

PROF SIEPL-COATES

I

Water Featrues

BIN ZHANG

Bereavement Room

Patient Exit

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Patient Rooms

Interior Courtyard

A

Second Floor

Exterior Garden

Dining Area

Walnut St

Hydro Therapy Room

Social Space

Service Drive-way

Staff Parking

Courtyards Hospice Program B

Palliative Care

Administration A

Site Plan Floor Plan

45

Chapel

Oxford St

LL 2017

Kitchen / Living

Interior Courtyard

Administration Zone

Children Play Area

Greeting Area

Waiting Area

Drop-off Zone


Main Entrance Lobby

46


Bin Zhang Architecture Portfolio 2018  
Bin Zhang Architecture Portfolio 2018  
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