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INTERIOR DESIGN AND VISUALIZATION 2007

ARCHITECTURAL DIGITAL VISUALIZATION WORKS 2004-2012

ARCHITECTURAL PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS 2004-2007

ACADEMIC PROJECTS MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE FALL2010 - FALL2012

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01 THESIS PROJECT FALL2012 : SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL CRUISE TERMINAL AND WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT LOCATION : PIER 27-31SAN FRANCISCO 02 ACADEMIC PROJECT SPRING2011 : THE MUTUAL URBAN PROGRAM : POLICE STATION AND PERFORMANCE THEATER LOCATION : POLK STREET AND HAYES STREET, SAN FRANCISCO

03 ACADEMIC PROJECT SPRING2011 : POLICE ACADEMY AND PERFORMANCE THEATER LOCATION : POLK STREET AND HAYES STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 04 ACADEMIC PROJECT FALL2011 : CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS AND BUILDING CODES

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project narrative

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PROJECT NARRATIVE

Project Narrative My thesis is utilizing the concept of fluidity as an architectural methodology. Our modern world is exhibiting changing conditions and dynamic innovations. Contemporary architecture is a response to our modern life-style. The fluidity of architecture is the interaction of multiple elements from the scale of buildings to the scale of the urban construct. I’m interested in creating flexible spaces and flexible programs that are adaptable and spontaneous. The fluidity of my architecture also enhances the circulation and creates the interrelationship of the building to the city. There are many examples of efficient structural systems. At the scale of the buildings, the infrastructure is one of the great examples of how to connect the people from one city to another. At the scale of the body, the veins convey and exchange of blood for functions. For instances, in medical treatment, the injection is the utmost efficient treatment for diseases. Therefore, the fluidity of the structural system is my thesis concept. I would like to explore these concepts through my architectural programs, interior spaces, public spaces and the form. The project explores the integration of urban pattern, urban texture and the urban direction. My project is a San Francisco International Cruise Terminal and the Waterfront development. The site is located at pier 27-31. The design strategy is based on programs analysis, programs diagram, which extracts and simulates the programs in the city to the site. The parametric procedure is algorithmic mathematic and is used to design the landscape pattern and the architectural form. The landscape pattern will form the building and the building will wrap around the interpenetrated circulation. In between the interpenetration, the spaces create the interaction. The algorithmic mathematic refers to the predictably changes. The number will change and transform consistently. The changing pattern illustrates and breaks down the solid structural system bonds between the urban territory and the city boundary. A traveling is a seamless boundary, it’s the cultural transmission and a cultural exchange between people. This condition affects the cultural exchange at the urban level and creates integral knowledge. The pleasure of traveling is the smoothness of traveling and there’s no boundary between the destination and the traveling route. “Functions are activity patterns, patterns of communicative interaction.” There would be no rigid forms, no simple repetition, no fixed stereotypes, no social homogenization and no segregated zoning. The parametric functions create the variable event scenarios. According to the different programs, the variation will create the interaction between passengers and the local people. Security system within the travel terminal creates a rigid separation between travelers and the general public. My design proposal attempts to create a fluid interaction, spatially and visually through my continuous surface flow. Everything communicates with everything. The parametric pattern is the important strategy to define the evolution of contemporary architecture.


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“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”--Henry Miller--

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“Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey.”--Pat Conroy--

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PALO ALTO

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“In a hyper-mobile population, the constant flux of information, materials, and products dissolve and disperse.”--Steven Holl--

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“Happiness is a direction, not a place”--Sydney J. Harris--

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“I love to travel, but hate to arrive”--Albert Einstein--

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“A journey not the arrival matters.”--T.S.Eliot--

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Legend Existing Open Space and Public Access [a]

Urban design addresses the physical character and built environment of a city. Good urban design reinforces the visual and sensory relationship of an urban area and the physical relationships that give character to a city. It concerns both preservation and development, and the fitting together of pieces with appropriate scale and visual interest, without unsettling contrasts. Urban design incorporates our cultural heritage and values things that explain our past. In the end, good urban design should help make a city efficient, safe, healthy, enjoyable, and valued by its residents. The Design & Access Element is an effort to recognize the positive attributes of the San Francisco Waterfront, conserve and enhance these attributes, and improve the physical character of the waterfront where it is less than adequate. It defines the qualities that make the San Francisco waterfront a glorious edge to a great City, and provides direction for the physical form of development and open spaces envisioned in the Waterfront Plan.

PIER43 PROMENADE

Planned Open Spaces and Public Access [a] Waterfront Mixed Use Opportunity Areas (expected to include existing and/or New Open Spaces and/or Public Access on redeveloped piers) [b]

PIER27 A NEW 2-ACRE PUBLIC PLAZA ALONG THE EMBACADERO

Establish new views at specific points or areas that afford exceptional views of the Bay and waterfront.

Waterfront Plan Project Area Boundary Seawall Lot Piers Designated for Removal

STREET VIEWS

Open Water Basins

Streets connecting to the waterfront should have views of the Bay, historic structures, or architecture that provides a waterfront identity.

N o t e The maps are illustrative only. Please see the Acceptable Land Use Tables in Chapter 4 for a complete listing of accceptable permanent uses for each Port site.

HARRY BRIDGES PLAZA

The unique character of the San Francisco waterfront derives from a rich mix of urban activities, variety of views and open spaces, cohesive historic context, and extraordinary natural setting. The Design & Access Element seeks to ensure that this unique waterfront character is preserved and enhanced as waterfront revitalization occurs. Towards this end, the Design & Access Element takes a comprehensive approach to identifying how public access and open space and views will be maintained, enhanced and expanded, in ways which are sensitive to existing urban patterns and historic waterfront resources. This Element also includes design criteria specific to geographic segments (“subareas”) and individual sites along the waterfront. As new development occurs along the waterfront, the following three goals will guide the enhancement of the waterfront as a public asset. CITY CONNECTION AREA

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The PortWalk is continuous between China Basin and Pier 35 and links the open spaces and public access on this map. [a] Existing and Planned Open Space and Public Access (Planned Open Spaces and Public Access sites are italicized.)

RINCON PARK

N o t e The parcels shown above are located just north of Candlestick Park. The Port also owns portions of existing or planned streets that are not depicted.

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SWL 347N Urban Plaza Ferry B uilding Pla za Ferry T er m ina l public a cces s im prov em ents a nd pa r tia l r em ov a l of Pier 2 Ferry Plaza public access improvements and ferry passenger terminal Pier ½ public access improvements and partial pier removal Ferry Boat Santa Rosa public access Pier 7 public access and fishing pier and Broadway Open Water Basin Waterfront Restaurant public access improvements Views across open water between Piers 15 and 17 Pier 23 public access improvements Northea s t W ha rf Pa r k a nd Open W a ter B a s in North Embarcadero Promenade Cruise terminal viewing deck at Pier 35 East Wharf Park Pier 39 and Underwater World public access improvements [b] In these areas a mix of uses is allowed, which includes Pier 41 public access pier public access and open space. The combination and Pier 43 and 43½ public access areas proportion of uses in these areas will vary as Fis herm a n's W ha rf oppor tunity to dev elop a m a j or pla za implementation of the Plan occurs. Refer to Map D and discussion of Waterfront Mixed Use Opportunity through a pla nning pr oces s Areas in Chapter 4 for specific locations of mixed use Pier 45 public access near historic submarine "Pampanito" areas and further discussion. Inner Lagoon boardwalk Pier 47A public access Hy de S treet Ha rbor a cces s Hyde Street Pier historic ships South End Rowing Club public sun deck

Provide views of the Bay and maritime activities at frequent intervals along the Embarcadero Promenade.

NOR T H

[c] The proposed Bay Trail route may be relocated to nearby streets if further studies reveal conflicts with Port operations. CHAPTER 3

65A

MAP C: R E S I DE N TI AL AN D/ OR COMME R CI AL US E S

USES THAT ATTRACT PEOPLE

RUSSIAN HILL

BAY FRONT PARK AT MISSION BAY Legend Existing (Long-term) Residential or Commercial Use Areas [a]

EXISTING VIEWS

Waterfront Mixed Use Opportunity Areas [b] Waterfront Plan Project Area Boundary

The following analysis of existing views is organized by view type and by vantage points from where the views can be publicly enjoyed.

Seawall Lot

SW L

N o t e The maps are illustrative only. Please see the Acceptable Land Use Tables in Chapter 4 for a complete listing of acceptable permanent uses for each Port site.

NOB HILL

TELEGRAPH HILL

RINCON HILL N o t e The parcels shown above are located just north of Candlestick Park. The Port also owns portions of existing or planned streets that are not depicted.

N ote s [a] The identified residential or commercial use areas are developed and expected to continue exclusively as residential or commercial use properties in the long-term. This designation does not include areas that may be leased for commercial uses on an interim basis.

NORTH EASTERN CITY ZONING

[b] In these areas a mix of uses is allowed, which includes New Residential and/or Commercial Uses as well as Maritime and Open Space (however, Residential Use is prohibited on piers). The combination and proportion of uses in these areas will vary as implementation of the Plan occurs. Refer to Map D and discussion of Waterfront Mixed Use Opportunity Areas in Chapter 4 for specific locations of mixed use areas and further discussion.

NOR T H CHAPTER 4

PROPOSED PROJECT SITE - PIER27

81A

PROJECT SITE NORTH EAST WHARF

MAP D: W ATE R FR ON T MI X E D US E OP P OR TUN I TY AR E AS

A new waterfront open space will be located at Pier 27, and include removal of a portion of the pier shed. It will provide a connection to the waterfront and views of Treasure Island for residents, workers and visitors to the base of Telegraph Hill area.

Legend Waterfront Mixed Use Opportunity Areas (may include existing and new Maritime, Open Space/ Public Access, Commercial, Residential and Other Uses) [a] Waterfront Plan Project Area Boundary

SWL

ZONING

ORIENTATION AND AMENITIES

AMENITIES MAP

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SITE ANALYSIS 5

PROFILE OF USER GROUP

PIER 39 0.21 MILE

0.14 MILES

I BUS

SF MUN 47

0.07 MILES 0.26 MILES BAY ST.

BAY ST.

KEARNY

AD

E

O

CHESTNUT

C-2

COMMERIAL DISTRICT COMMUNITY BUSINESS

AMENITIES

AD

SITE ACCESSIBILITY

RESTAURANTS

SF MUNI BUS

COFFEE SHOPS

SF CABLE CAR

EXIT

M-1

INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT LIGHT INDUSTRIAL

M-2

INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT HEAVY INDUSTRIAL

DECEMBER 21

16.54

07.20 0.26 MI

0.27 MI

PUBLIC

BELTLINE ROUND HOUSE

OVER 120,000

NUMBER RESIDENTS PER SQUARE MILE 0 TO 7,000

ONE WAY

LOMBARD

WALKING

ST.

7,001 TO 12,000

348’-10”

COIT TOWER

AREA : 0.473 SQUARE MILE POPULATION : 1,755

NEIGHBORHOOD

12,001 TO 18,000

POPULATION DENSITY

THE CITY

18,001 TO 22,000

NORTH WATERFRONT 3,709 PP PER SQUARE MILE

22,001 TO 34,000

SAN FRANCISCO

34,001 TO 59,000

MOST POPULATION RACE

59,001 TO 119,000

GROCERIES

16,634 PP PER SQUARE MILE

WHITE MALE 906

BARS

FEMALE 849

SHOPPING 82X SANSOME ST & FILBERT ST

ENTERTAINMENT

BANKING BIKE SHOPS

NEIGHBORHOOD DETAIL PROFILE

PUBLIC PLAZA

ONE WAY

SCHOOLS

P

LANDSCAPE LEAD TO THE TERMINAL

ST.

NOVEMBER

BOOKSTORES

ENTERANCE

O

BATTERY

PARKS

60,000 TO 90,000 90,000 TO 120,000

LANDSCAPE LEAD TO THE TERMINAL

RC

ST.

0.12 MI

G

ER

BATTERY

COIT TOWER

DIN

BA

ONE WAY

ONE WAY

ST.

0.14 MI

342’

EM

ST.

OCTOBER

SANSOME

0.13 MI

BU

SANSOME

LOMBARD

0.28 MI

E

CHESTNU

SF CITY ZONING

ST.

06.40

ST.

AUGUST

HE

IL

TH

ONE WAY

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES SPACE

LK

AD

T ST.

JULY

SITE

HOUSE HOLD INCCOME

B = 150,450 SQ.FT. C = 282,170 SQ.FT.

BU

192’

ST.

05.48

0.07 MILES

COIT TOWER

D

KEARNY

SF CABLE CAR F LINE

O

BATTERY

ST.

COIT TOWER

1356’

JUNE 21

ER

O

MAIN TERMINAL

UN

D

AD

ER

SITE

BO

UN

RC

AD

PIER27

UT

BO

BA

RC

ST. SANSOME

0.07 MILE

1057’

IN

EM

EM

BA

LOMBARD

BATTERY

BAY ST.

WALKING PATH

E

ST.

ST.

ST.

0.12 MI

0.26 MI

TH

AD

ST.

BATTERY

0.14 MI

O

ST.

CHESTNUT

RC

LOMBARD

DEPARTURE TERMIAL

SANSOME

BUS SF MUNI 30 8X 8BX

ST.

0.28 MI

SANSOME

SF MUN 39

0.27 MI

0.24 MI

E

BA

O

ARRIVAL TERMIAL

15.30

T ST.

PIER27 TH

EM

ER

15.30

CHESTNU

ST.

ST.

0.13 MI

15.30

19.22

TH

ER

LOMBARD

A = 213,000 SQ.FT.

0.26 MILES

ST.

192’

RC

ST.

BA

CHESTNU

PIER27

KEARNY

T ST.

EM

KEARNY

ST.

E

SITE

SITE

0.07 MILES TH

COIT TOWER

BAY ST.

BAY ST.

SITE

0.24 MI

I BUS

SITE

09.30

PIER 39

0.14 MILE

BUS SF MUNI

09.30

20.35

THE FIRE BOAT HOUSE

NEIGHBORHOOD TRAFFIC ANALYSIS AND SITE APPROACHING

0.21 MILES 0.54 MILES

8X 8BX 30

0.54 MILES

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0.28 MILES

WALKING PATH SF CABLE CAR F LINE

OUT BAY CURRENT AT 15.30

09.30

NOR T H

PIER 39

SITE ANALYSIS--SUN CHART--ORIENTATION--CURRENT TIDE

PIER 39

CH E S T N UT / L OMB AR D S T R E E T P I E R S

Repair 5,000 square feet 1 space per 1,000 sq. ft. of floor area Service/Wholesale 5,000 square feet 1 space per 1,000 sq. ft. of floor area Warehouse 10,000 square feet 1 space per 2,000 sq. ft. of floor area Light Indust./Mfg. 7,500 square feet 1 space per 2,000 sq. ft. of floor area Live/Work 7,500 square feet 1 space per 2,000 sq. ft. of floor area

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North Waterfront is the #24 most walkable neighborhood in San Francisco. This neighborhood is a Walker’s Paradise with an average Walk Score of 91. North Waterfront has 1,891 people—or 0.2% of San Francisco's population. North Waterfront is similar in walkability to Eureka Valley / Dolores Heights / Castro and Lone Mountain. North Waterfront's Walk Score is 6 points higher than San Francisco's Walk Score of 85.

IN BAY CURRENT AT 09.30

N o t e The parcels shown above are located just north of Candlestick Park. The Port also owns portions of existing or planned streets that are not depicted.

Restaurant/Bar 5,000 square feet 1 space per 200 sq. ft. of floor area

FERRY BUILDING

Offices 5,000 square feet 1 space per 500 sq. ft. of floor area

AGRICULTURE BUILDING

Retail (bulky items) 5,000 square feet 1 space per 1,000 sq. ft. of floor area

PROJECT SITE PUBLIC PARKING PARK AND GREEN SPACE

776,733 residents of San Francisco making the 47 square mile city one of the most densely inhabited places in North America.

MEDIAN AGE MALES

SF MUNI BUS

THE NEIGHBORHOOD 36

SF MUNICIPAL RAILWAY F-LINE OUTBOUND

WHOLE CITY

SF MUNICIPAL RAILWAY F-LINE INBOUND

FEMALES

WALKING PATH BIKING PATH CAR AND TAXI

YEARS

36.5 YEARS

THE NEIGHBORHOOD 35.6 YEARS WHOLE CITY

37.2 YEARS

NEIGHBORHOOD DETAIL PROFILE

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Retail/Service 5,000 square feet 1 space per 500 sq. ft. of floor area 1 sp./250 sq. ft. above 20,000 sq. ft.

POPULATION DENSITY

PUBLIC

[a] The specific facilities of the opportunity areas are shaded. The combination and proportion of uses in these areas will vary as implementation of the Plan occurs. Refer to the Introduction to Chapter 4 for further discussion. The Waterfront Land Use Plan does not allow residential uses on piers.

ONE WAY

P

MAP OF HISTORIC RESOURCES

N ote s

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INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT LIGHT INDUSTRIAL

PIER27 -- PROJECT SITE --

COMMERIAL DISTRICT COMMUNITY BUSINESS

M-1

AMENITIES -- 1,269 WITHIN ONE MILE

C-2

Seawall Lot N o t e The maps are illustrative only. Please see the Acceptable Land Use Tables in Chapter 4 for a complete listing of acceptable permanent uses for each Port site.

Parking Requirement for Larger Buildings

The basic allowed floor area ratio is 5 to 1 (i.e., 5 square feet of gross floor area per square foot of land). Gross floor area includes basement space. However, the floor area ratio limit does not apply to dwellings or to other residential uses in a Light Industrial District. Development Guidelines The following table summarizes site and development requirements. Minimum Lot Size: 1,750 square feet (within 125 feet of an intersection) 2,500 square feet (not within 125 feet of intersection) Minimum Street Frontage: 16 feet Minimum Lot Width: 25 feet Minimum Front Yard: None, unless adjacent to a property with a front setback Minimum Side Yard: None Maximum Building Height: 40 feet Minimum Rear Yard: None required for commercial/industrial uses

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PROGRAM SCENARIO DIAGRAM

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50

0

DISTANCE (FT.)

100

150

200

250

0 MINS

SF ANNUAL MAJOR EVENTS

300

350

400

450

1 MINS

500

550

600

650

700

2 MINS

750

800

850

FOURTH OF JULY FLEET WEEK

JANUARY

NEW YEAR FIREWORK

MAY

BAY TO BREAKER

JUNE

PRIDE PARADE

950

1000

1050

1100

1150

1200

1250

4 MINS

1300

1350

1400

1450

1500

5 MINS

PROGRAM PROPOSED AREA

DISTANCE (FT.)

6 MINS

150 FT.

NORTH I-1 T-1B T-2

OCTOBER

OCTOBER

900

3 MINS

JANUARY

JULY

NORTH I-1 T-1A

“ FLUIDITY EXPLORATION : WORK AND EXPLORE ON ORGANIC PARADIGM AND EVLOVONG ARCHITECTURAL LANGUAGE THAT EMPHASIZES COMPLEX CURVILINEARITY, SEAMLESSNESS, AND THE SMOOTH TRANSITION BETWEEN ELEMENTS. ”

100 FT.

300 FT.

50 FT.

NORTH I-3 O-1 O-3 T-1A T-1B

INTERCONNECTION 200 FT.

OUTDOOR PLAZA C-1 L-3

200 FT.

6.00-22.00 150 FT.

JULY

MAY

DEPARTURE DROP OFF C-3 L-2 6.00-0.00

100 FT.

JUNE

O - OUTPUT

NORTH I-1 I-3 O-1 O-3 T-1A T-1B

O-1 DEPARTURE PASSENGER O-2 ARRIVAL PASSENGER O-3 VISITOR

CHECK IN C-3 L-2 6.00-0.00

AM. PM.

100 FT.

WAITING LOUNGE

AM.

TREASURE ISLAND

C-3 L-3

PM.

50 FT.

6.00-00.00

NORTH I-1 O-1

ARRIVAL LOBBY

10,765

SQ.FT.

TRAVEL SERVICE CENTER BAGGAGE HANDLING AREA BAGGAGE CLAIM-CONTROLLED ZONE ARRIVAL HALL-CONTROLLED ZONE CUSTOMS OFFICES CUSTOMS IMMIGRATION QUARANTINE (CIQ)

1,290 4,350 8,750 40,765 6,500

SQ.FT. SQ.FT. SQ.FT. SQ.FT. SQ.FT.

DEPARTURE LOBBY

7,550

SQ.FT.

COMMERCIAL AREA CHECK-IN COUNTER & BAGGAGE CHECK-IN DEPARTURE HALL WAITING LOUNGE-INTERNATIONAL ROUTES WAITING LOUNGE-DOMESTIC ROUTES MULTIFUNCTIONAL AREA BOARDING CONCOURSE-DOMESTIC CRUISES ONLY INTERNATIONAL/DOMESTIC BOARDING CONCOURSE

8,600 3,500 39,700 9,200 4,850 21,550 5,400 8,650

SQ.FT. SQ.FT. SQ.FT. SQ.FT. SQ.FT. SQ.FT. SQ.FT. SQ.FT.

NEW YEAR AM.

I - INPUT

NORTH I-1 O-1

PM.

I-1 ARRIVAL PASSENGER I-2 DEPARTURE PASSENGER I-3 VISITOR

AM.

CRISSY FIELD

PIER39

L - FLOOR LEVEL

SF MARITIME HISTORIC PARK

TELEGRAPH HILL

FOURTH OF JULY

NOB HILL AND RUSSIAN HILL

FLEET WEEK

300 FEET

PM.

DEPARTURE HALL

MULTIPURPOSE C-2 L-2

AM.

C-3 L-2 6.00-0.00

6.00-22.00

C - COMPONENT

375 FEET

PM.

AM.

NEW YEAR

DI - WALKING DISTANCE

PM.

IN RANGE OF 0-15OO FEET IN 6 MINUTES

375 FEET

AM.

AM.

SOUTH I-1 I-3 O-1 O-3 T-1A T-1B MARKET STREET

T-TRANSPORTATION

BRANNAN WATERFRONT

T-1A PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION : MUNI T-1B PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION : TAXI T-2 PRIVATE VIHECLE

INTERCONNECTION LAYER

PM.

ARRIVAL DROP OFF

ARRIVAL C-3 L-1 6.00-0.00

C-3 L-1

SOUTH I-3 O-1 O-3 T-1A T-1B

INTERRELATIONSHIP LAYER

DEPARTURE/ARRIVAL CRUISE DOCK C-3 L-1 L-2 6.00-0.00

INTERCONNECTION

FERRY BUILDING

LINCOLN HEIGHTS

SHIFTING DIAGRAM

NORTH I-1 O-1

6.00-22.00

C-1 PASSIVE ACTIVITY C-2 PASSIVE / ACTIVE ACTIVITY C-3 ACTIVE ACTIVITY

FLEET WEEK

PRESIDIO OF SAN FRANCISCO

ROOFSCAPE C-2 L-3

SHOP RESTAURANTS EXHIBITIONS

PUBLIC PLAZA C-2 L-1 D-50 6.00-0.00

L-1 1ST LEVEL L-2 2ND LEVEL L-3 3RD LEVEL

275 FEET

6.00-0.00

TWIN PEAKS

GOLDEN GATE PARK

CRISSY FIELD

MARITIME HISTORIC PARK

TREASURE ISLAND CASTRO

PIER39 MARKET ST.

BUENA VISTA HEIGHTS

MARKET STREET CIVIC CENTER

575 FEET

AM.

AM.

100 FT.

PRIDE PARADE

CONTROLLED AREA

HAIGHT STREET BAY TO BREAKER

GOLDEN GATE PARK

OCEAN BEACH

TOPOGRAPHY LAYER

C-3 L-1

AM.

6.00-0.00

PM.

200 FT.

UNCONTROLLED AREA

BAY TO BREAKER

FERRY BUILDING

BAGGAGE CLAIM & CUSTOMS

400 FEET

GOLDEN GATE PARK

BERNAL HEIGHT

PM.

PM.

SOUTH O-1 O-3 T-1A 50 FT.

DOLORES HEIGHTS

100 FT.

100 FT.

CASTRO

TWIN PEAKS

922 FEET

PRIDE PARADE

AM.

150 FT.

PM.

TIME OPERATION - AM

300 FT. 100 FT.

200 FT.

SOUTH O-1 T-1B T-2

BERNAL HEIGHTS PARK

TIME OPERATION - PM

325 FEET

150 FT.

INTERRELATIONSHIPS AND INTERCONNECTIONS DIAGRAM

200 FT. N

TOPOLOGRAPHY LAYER

TOPOGRAPHY INTERCONNECTION

NW

F - GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE INFRASTRUCTURE

F - BAY BRIDGE

INFRASTRUCTURE

INTERNAL DYNAMIC FORCE

INTERRELATIONSHIP DIAGRAM

INTERRELATIONSHIP LAYER

0.00 +80 +160

+80 +320

+160

+320

+240 +240

W

F - GOLDEN GATE PARK CITY PUBLIC OPEN SPACE

+80

+320

0.00

+160

INTERCONNECTION LAYER

+240

CRUISE SHIP

+320 +80

+320 +80

+160

+80 +160

0.00

+240

+400

TOPOGRAPHY LAYER

+720

URBAN CONNECTION

INPUT DATA

+640

INTERCONNECTION

FLOATING CITY

INTERRELATIONSHIP

DATA EXCHANGE

+480

+560

OUTPUT DATA INTERCONNECTION

CITY

INTERCONNECTION

CRUISE TERMINAL

DATA FLOW

F - MARKET ST. TRANSPORTATION

INTERRELATIONSHIP

SW

INTERCONNECTION

GATEWAY

FLUCTUATION DATA

DISTANCE (FT.)

0

50

100

150

200

250

300

350

400

450

500

550

600

650

700

750

800

850

900

950

1000

1050

1100

1150

1200

1250

1300

1350

1400

1450

1500

DISTANCE (FT.)

PROGRAM SCENARIO DIAGRAM EMERGENT PROGRAM AND CONCEPTUAL FORM SIMULATION GAS STATE

BONDED STRUCTURE

DECENTRALIZATION

FREE TO MOVE

RANDOM

TEMPERATURE INPUT

MESH CONNECT

TEMPERATURE INPUT

DISTRIBUTION

TEMPERATURE INPUT

STRUCTURAL SYSTEM - STATES TRANSFORMATION TEMPERATURE INPUT

GAS STATE

“ In using liquidity in the architectural imagination, contemporary phenomena come to be treated as symptoms whose sense must be sought in the forces that produce them. These underlying forces modify the topology of organisational structures - the challenge for architecture is to define these forces in its own specific terms.” -- Ben Van Berkel --

TEMPERATURE INPUT

PROGRAMS EMERGENCE

TEMPERATURE INPUT

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GREAT SPEED

LARGE SPACING FIXED PATTERN

RANDOM FASHION

SOLID STATE

LIQUID STATE

HGIH VIBRATION

LIQUID STATE

LIQUID STATE

GAS STATE

NEW SOFT BODY ARCHITECTURE

OPEN TO BAY

SOLID STATE

FLUID DYNAMIC STRUCTURAL SYSTEM COMPONENTS VELOCITY

PRESSURE

DENSITY

3RD FLOOR

TEMPERATURE

ROOFSCAPE OUTDOOR EVENTS & ACTIVITIES EMBARKING / DISEMBARKING

GAS STATE

JOGGING PATH

SOLID STATE

MERGING

2ND FLOOR

HYBRIDIZATION

DEPARTURE TERMINAL CHECK-POINT TERMINAL LOUNGE

BAY BRIDGE LIQUID STATE EMERGENCE OPEN TO CITY

MEZZANINE

URBAN CONNECTION MULTI-PURPOSED PERFORMACE ART AMPHITHEATER

SF FINANCIAL DISTRICT

TREASURE ISLAND

CITY GRID ALCATRAZ ISLAND

SHAPE - FORM - PATTERN GENERATING C-1

C-2

C-3

MOVING

STATIC

MOVING

MOVING

LANDSCAPE PARAMETRIC PATTERN

CONERSION

DYNAMIC PATTERN

DYNAMIC MOVEMENTS SHAPE A NEW FORM

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pier 35

pier 33 the alcatraz ferry port

pier 31

th

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ba

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ba

ad

rc

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pier 27 & 29 san francisco international cruise terminal

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ad

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st. chestnut

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ba

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ba

ad

er

rc

o

ad

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pier 23

o

lombard

lombard

st.

st.

pier 19

coit tower st. battery

pier 17-15 san francisco new exploratorium levi’s plaza

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st.

SITE PLAN

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o er

e st.

n

. green st

ro

st. battery

. union st

d ca

. union st

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1. arrival passenger drop-off 2. bus parking 3. taxi parking 4. kayak port 5. kayak pool 6. yacht club 7. water pool 8. ocean pool 9. public lobby 1 10. public lobby 2 11. lounge & restaurant 12. sf port office 13. baggage claim office 14. arrival passenger in-line baggage 15. departure passenger in-line baggage 16. mechanical rooms 17. loading and service area 18. service area and baggage delivery 19. water coast guard office 20. cruise embarkation 21. preserved building

11 12 13 8

14 10

7

16

9 15

20

17 18

ground floor PLAN

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1 19 2

5

3

6 4

n


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22. departure drop-off 23. public lobby 24. departure passenger lobby and ticket office 25. check-in baggage 26. main atrium 27. cafe and coffee shop 28. exhibition and multi-purposed space 29. customs and security office 30. arrival passenger hall and immigration office 31. customs and border protection office (cbp)

31 28

27

30

30

26

25

29

23 22 24

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32. the bridge connect from levi’s plaza to the terminal 33. the public lobby 34. the entrance for special event 35. the departure passenger hall 36. the escalator down to the landscape outside 37. multi-purposed space 38. special event space 39. amphitheater down to the bay 40. cafe & lounge for departure passenger 41. duty free shop 42. departure passenger boarding area 43. main atrium

39 40 41 38

42

42

37 43 35

42 36

SCALE 1/32” = 1’-0”

34 33

32

third floor PLAN

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south east elevation

north east elevation

south west elevation

section a-a

3 B A

1 4

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WALL SECTION MATERIAL DETAILS (INTERIOR SECTION)

CRITICAL WALL SECTION


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exterior perspective 04 view from bay


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exterior perspective 07 aerial view from north point


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exterior perspective 06 aerial view from russian hill


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perspective

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exterior perspective 05 view from cruise roof deck


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perspective

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night scene exterior perspective 08 night scene aerial view from north point


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perspective

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interior perspective 01

view on the 3rd floor the departure passenger waiting hall


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perspective

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interior perspective 02

view on the 2nd floor the departure passenger chcek-in area


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perspective

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interior perspective 03 view on the ground floor the main atrium


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physical model

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physical model 01


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physical model

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physical model 02


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physical model

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physical model 03


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physical model

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physical model 04


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physical model

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physical model 05


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physical model

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physical model 06


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study model

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study model AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEM 01

San Francisco International Cruise Terminal  

Academic Project : Master of Architecture Thesis Fall 2012, Academy of Art University

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