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WEI-JUNG LO ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO


Architecture and interior space should represent an emotional connection between the designer and people.

This is a new language of global communication


WEI-JUNG LO 425.577.1251 / LO7@illinois.edu

Education

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Master of Architecture / Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering Construction Management Degree anticipated 2011 UIUC Student Recognition - Chicago Award Nominee for Integrated Design Studio

The Art Institute of Seattle, Seattle, WA Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design, GPA 3.7 AIS Student Recognition - Dean’s List, Honor Roll

Chung Kuo Institute of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan Junior College, Associates of Architecture Engineering, GPA 3.79 Certificate - Architecture Drawing, Civil Surveying

Professional Experience

Taylor Gregory Broadway Architects, Edmonds, WA

6/2006 - 7/2008

Architecture – Developed drawing documents of church, mixed-use, and health care projects; collaborated with engineers and contractors; participated in city and client meetings Interior Design – Planned space layout; created presentation drawing, rendering, and color boards; assisted with finishing selections and furniture specifications; managed material resource library Graphic Design – Designed presentation boards, booklets, signs

CollinsWoerman, Architecture, Planning, Interior Design, Seattle, WA

1/2006 - 3/2006

Interior Design Intern – Participated in Microsoft campus improvement project: space planning for conference room, selecting material & furniture, color coordination, client meetings Assisted with showroom display for high-rise condo in downtown Bellevue

The Art Institute of Seattle, Seattle, WA

7/2005 - 3/2006

Teaching Assistant - AutoCAD,digital graphic program, color rendering, history of design, architectural model making, drafting

Haas Importers, Ltd. Seattle, WA

7/2005 - 12/2005

Interior Design Intern - Space planning, poster drawing, assisted clients with sales, and custom furniture design

Shie-Hou Poung Interior Design Studio, Inc. Taipei, Taiwan

6/2002 -6/2003

Interior Design Intern - Participated in furniture and material selection, developed detail and architectural drafting

Meen-Gei Leu Architectural Studio, Inc. Taipei, Taiwan Architecture Intern - Assisted architect with various tasks including: Auto CAD drawing, color drawing, 3D computer drawing

6/1999 -9/1999


Skills

Software Autodesk AutoCAD, 3D Studio MAX, Revit, Rhinoceros 4.0, SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash MX, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point

Technical Conceptual Drawing, Rendering, Visual and Material Presentation, Space Planning, Perspective, Drafting

Special Skills Building Construction, Building Information Model development, Budget Estimation and Traditional Chinese Architecture, Feng Shui Exploration

Membership

American Institute of Architecture Students- AIAS Ecological Design Consortium - UIUC International Interior Design Association - IIDA American Society of Interior Design - ASID

Languages Mandarin Chinese (native), English (fluent), Japanese (basic), and Spanish(basic)

Area of Interest Architecture Design Construction Management Interior Design

2009 - 2010 2009 - 2010 2005 - 2008 2005 - 2008


ARCHITECTURE

SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL FINDING DIRECTION AND INTERACTION

LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY (Religion School)

MEANDERING MOTION (Chicago Water Front)

INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR

GREEN 360 LOFTS INTERIOR DESIGN

RETAIL STORE

MEDICAL PROJECTS

ARTWORK


GOALS: OBJECTIVES > FUNCTIONALITY: design a building that follows the codes of rehabilitation hospital construction. > AESTHETIC VALUE: create a building that is aesthetically pleasing and provides a comfortable environment for its users. > CONSTRUCTABILITY: incorporate construction issues in the design phase to ensure constructability. > FINANCIAL VALUE: consider value of materials and construction to create a building that symbolizes the expertise of staff and value of care. > MERONIC VALUE: take advantage of site and neighborhood to provide a building that responds to its surroundings and brings value to the area. > SOCIAL RESPONSIVENESS: analyze building neighborhood and accordingly provide a building that creates a point of destination. > PRESERVATION OF DESIGN VALUE: consider the possibility for future expansion or alternate use of certain parts of the building.

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is located in the heart of Charlestown, just North of downtown Boston. The site is near the Old Navy Shipyards, at the conuence of the Mystic and Chelsea rivers.


SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

This design is a proposal for the new Spaulding facility. The hospital’s mission statement is the following: “To provide a full continuum of rehabilitation treatment and care; contribute new knowledge and treatment approaches through research and outcome studies; educate future rehabilitation specialists, including physicians, nurses, therapists and other allied health professionals; advocate for persons with disabilities; and collaborate with Partners and other healthcare providers.” Spaulding has chosen to relocate to this new site to fulll several design and programmatic criteria: provide all private inpatient rooms, incorporate more space for equipment storage and transfer, add new public facilities (pool, gyms, conference center, auditorium, outpatient clinic), and participate in Boston’s Harborwalk Redevelopment Plan.

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Locations for patient lounges and sta meeting areas are determined by views to the surrounding neighborhood. These views are maximized for patients and family members (pink) and for sta (purple). MYSTIC RIVER

CHELSEA RIVER

CHARLESTOWN OLD NAVY SHIPYARDS

LOGAN AIRPORT DOWNTOWN BOSTON CHELSEA RIVER

BOSTON HARBOR


SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

1 physical medecine 2 visual reality lab 3 muscle cell lab 4 cardiac lab 5 robot lab 6 gait lab 7 medical education center 8 training center/medical library 9 sta locker room (women) 10 sta locker room (men) 11 sta lounge

12 information technology suite 13 laundry & storage 14 engineering/repair 15 material storage 16 boat house 17 pool facility - exercise pool, therapeutic pool, sauna, locker rooms, office 18 auditorium (3 partitions) 19 auditorium/conference lobby 20 conference center

LOWER LEVEL 1

1 hospital lobby 2 reception/intake 3 administration suite development, patient liaison, communications, director’s office 4 retail - coee shop, bookstore 5 ambulance lobby/intake 6 receiving/loading 7 logistics oce 8 kitchen storage 9 kitchen 10 cafeteria servery 11 cafeteria 12 conference/auditorium lobby 13 restaurant

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1 inpatient wing west 2 inpatient wing east 3 VIP room 4 inpatient lounge 5 patient guest lounge & recreation room 6 equipment alcove 7 decentralized charting 8 equipment storage 9 inpatient sta oces/lockers

10 west control room 11 nursing station 12 nourishment 13 sta team room north 14 east control room 15 sta team room south 16 sta lounge 17 janitor closet 18 clean linen 19 soiled utility

1 bracing/splinting/prosthetic 2 neuro/amputee gym 3 sta team rooms 4 neuro/amputee exam room 5 treatment room 6 pulmonary functions 7 wheelchair clinic 8 neuro/amputee lounge 9 specialty testing 10 audiology 11 minor procedure room 12 day clinic 13 education/counseling 14 pediatric exam room 15 pediatric oce 16 SLP 17 pediatric gym

18 soiled utility 19 clean linen 20 equipment storage 21 sleep lab 22 janitor closet 23 minor procedure room 24 musculoskeletal exam room 25 uoro suite & recovery cubicles 26 multi-use studio 27 intervention pain program 28 treatment cubicles 29 musculoskeletal/pain oces 30 sta lounge 31 sta team rooms 32 SPECT testing 33 musculoskeletal/pain gym 34 outdoor activity area

1 stat lab 2 phlebotomy 3 multi-purpose/ultrasound 4 general radiation 5 general radiation 6 x-ray reading room 7 tech work area 8 radiology oce 9 radiology waiting room 10 le storage 11 respiratory care 12 pharmacy 13 drug storage 14 library/conference

15 soiled utility 16 clean linen 17 equipment storage 18 volunteer services 19 human resources 20 physician oces 21 hospital administration 22 board room 23 quality management 24 nance & contracting 25 nurse ed. & training 26 medical records 27 case management


SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

45’-0”

30’-0”

STRUCTURE SYSTEM ROO LEVEL 8: INPATIEN LEVEL 7: INPATIEN LEVEL 6: INPATIEN LEVEL 5: INPATIEN LEVEL 4: INPATIEN LEVEL 3: OUTPATIEN LEVEL 2: ADMIN + D

LEVEL 1: LOBB LL 1: POOL, CONF., RESEARC AMBULANCE ELEVATOR

2 VISITOR/PUBLIC ELEVATORS

ESCALATORS FROM LOBBY TO CONF.

LL 2: PARKING + MECHANICA

2 INPATIENT ELEVATORS

LL 3: PARKIN 2 PARKING SHUTTLE + 1 CONFERENCE ELEVATORS

2 SERVICE ELEVATORS

ELEVATOR RISER DIAGRAM

MECHANICAL

INPATIENT ROOM DESIGN The inpatient room is designed to create the most comfortable and practical environment for the patient, family and visitors, and the nursing sta. All rooms are identical to facilitate sta circulation, and a hygiene station is available upon entering the room. The room layout is organized to maximize patient comfort. The bed is oriented to face the windows so that the patient may enjoy the beautiful views of Boston and the harbor. This orientation also creates a degree of privacy as people in the hall cannot directly see the patient. Rather, views from the hall are also directed to the outside landscape. The bathroom is conveniently located near the bed so that patients with ambulatory disabilities can easily move from the bed to the bathroom. Finally, a visitor area is located in axis with the bed, allowing visitors to be close to the patient and still enjoy the views.

MECHANICAL

MECHANICAL

INPATIENT

INPATIENT

INPATIENT

INPATIENT

INPATIENT

INPATIENT

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INPATIENT

INPATIENT

INPATIENT

OUTPATIENT

OUTPATIENT CLINIC

D+T ADMIN RESEARCH + TRAINING

OUTPATIENT CLINIC

DIAGNOSTICS + TREATMENT LOBBY LOGISTICS

RETAIL

ADMINISTRATION

RESEARCH

LOGISTICS

PARKING + MECHANICAL

PARKING + MECHANICAL

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PARKING

ADMIN + PHYSICIAN OFFICES CONFERENCE LOBBY CONFERENCE

DINING POOL


SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM Spaulding Hospital has a curtain wall system that incorporates glass and precast concrete panels for the inpatient volumes. These panels accentuate the horizontality of the design and frame views to the outside. The angle of the panels mirror the angle of the structural member beyond that is supporting the cantilever at both ends. Horizontal mullions further highlight the horizontal lines and units are connected vertically with structural silicone to appear invisible from the outside.


ARCHITECTURE

SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL FINDING AND DIRECTION AND INTERACTION FINDING DIRECTION INTERACTION LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY (Religion School)

MEANDERING MOTION (Chicago Water Front)

INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR

GREEN 360 LOFTS INTERIOR DESIGN

RETAIL STORE

MEDICAL PROJECTS

ARTWORK


FINDING DIRECTION AND INTERACTION

DIRECTION DIRECTIONTRACKER TRACKER Utilizing the video function on a Utilizingphone, the video function on highlights a mobile mobile the screen phone, the screen their they their directions tohighlights them once directions to them once they input input commands such as train commands as coffee train number number andsuch seat, shop,and seat, coffee shop, bookstore etc. bookstore etc.

Public Flow In Plaza/Transportation Hub

Lifting Surface

Interactive Media Wall

Sitting

Rest/Relax Program Space

Public Watching

Entertainment


FINDING DIRECTION AND INTERACTION

TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION MAP

TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION MAP The touch sensitive screen allows the users to touch screen allowsmap the users to plan a plan The a trip onsensitive and interactive community trip on and interactive map community exchange. It also exchange. It also provides various options provides various options user can do while waiting for user transportation can do while waiting for transportation.

NATURAL COMMUNICATION INTERFACE NATURAL COMMUNICATION INTERFACE The plants respond real time weather and The plants respond real timeBy weather andcameras pedestrian and pedestrian interaction. using interaction. By using cameras and microphones to microphones to detect motion and ambient detect motion and ambient sounds, the changes well sounds, the changes well reflect the happenreflect the happenings around he plants on the screen ings around he plants on the screen

SILHOUETTE MESSAGES

SILHOUETTE MESSAGES Pedestrians leave their silhouettes for Pedestrians leave their silhouettes for each other. The each other. The brightness of the color is brightness of the color is representative of how long representative how long ago the person ago the person wasofthere. was there.

The goal is to integrate a public display art work as information transportation into the project, and visualize future technology related to public transportation.


ARCHITECTURE

SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

FINDING DIRECTION AND INTERACTION LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY (Religion School) LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY (Religion School)

MEANDERING MOTION (Chicago Water Front)

INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR

GREEN 360 LOFTS INTERIOR DESIGN

RETAIL STORE

MEDICAL PROJECTS

ARTWORK


The site is on the north part of city Urbana which is on the right top corner of the cross of hight way 45 and 74. The industries over here include, warehouse, agriculture, automotive repair. Three types residential areas, old trailer park, south trailer park, and developing wealthy community, are set individually, but close to others. More lakes and forest are on the east side of Brownfield Rd. which is one of the secondary street in this neighborhood.


LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY

Religion School - To approach an appropriate life cycle between a school and surrounding environment - The property is used for school education on the weekdays and become community center in late afternoon or evening. On Sunday it will be open for church fellowship - To provide an school to reduce the transfort distance - To provide an community center for these three residential to share the resource Expansion - 1st phase expansion on community area will augment to west; education area add one more 6-unit modular to the west on the role - 2nd phase expansion on the community area will augment to north ans south; education area add more 6-unit modular to the west on the role Window Shilf & Green Balcony Adjustable windows shelves reduce straight sun light to the classrooms. Green balcony provide natural element inside the building and easy to access from each classrooms

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COMMUNITY

SPIRITUAL

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LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY


LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY

STRUCTURE PLAN

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1. WORSHIP 2. NURSE OFFICE 3. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE 4. LIBRARY 5. TEACHER’S OFFICE 6. RESTROOM 7. SCIENCE 8. ART 9. MEDIA 10. MUSIC 11. CAFETERIA 12. KITCHEN 13. GYM

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ARCHITECTURE

SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

FINDING DIRECTION AND INTERACTION

LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY (Religion School) MEANDERING MOTION (Chicago Water Front) MEANDERING MOTION (Chicago Water Front) INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR

GREEN 360 LOFTS INTERIOR DESIGN

RETAIL STORE

MEDICAL PROJECTS

ARTWORK


MEANDERING MOTION

DESIGN CONCEPT The fluid movement of the paths integrate into the topography creating sinuous forms that fluctuate in size at points of interest. There are two calm paths that flow smoothly without interruption and are intended for pedestrians and cyclists. The alternative path intersects the pedestrian pathway creating an area for people to stroll away from the main path and view the beach, sit in the shade beneath a tree, or just take a moment to pause and reflect. The alternative path varies in size and intensity like the fluid movement of water and waves. The architecture on the site consists of buildings that emerge from the site and blend into the grounds cape. The green roofs create flowing organic forms that fit into the site and serves to collect excess rainwater to be used for functions within the comfort stations.


MEANDERING MOTION


ARCHITECTURE

SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

FINDING DIRECTION AND INTERACTION

LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY (Religion School)

MEANDERING MOTION (Chicago Water Front) INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR GREEN 360 LOFTS INTERIOR DESIGN

RETAIL STORE

MEDICAL PROJECTS

ARTWORK


The site is located on aparcel of land south of St. Mary’s Road on the east side of South First Street, directly to the south of the I-Hotol and Conference Center.


INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR

The site is located on a parcel of land south of St. Mary’s Road on the east side of South First Street at UIUC Research Park. The Research Park at the University of Illinois has created a high-tech renaissance in the Champaign-Urbana as a community with its modern facilities, ever-expanding tenant list, and exciting expansion plan for the future. The mission is to provide a world-class business start-up facility for technology research and development that synthesizes agriculture, engineering, and the biological sciences with design. It is committed to developing renewable resources, such as sun and wind, combined with conventional non-renewable resources, to address the global needs of the 21st Century.


INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR

1. ATRIUM 2. RECEPTION 3. LAB 4. KITCHEN 5. CAFE 6. MEETING ROOM 7. CONFERENCE 8. OFFICE 9. LOUNGE 10. WORKING STATION

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FIRST FLOOR 0

-WEST ELEVATION 0

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A-A’ SECTION 0

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10’

18’

30’


INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR

Green Roof pea ravel drainage mat root barrier waterproof membrance planting media

2’- 6”

Glass Slat Lightshelf

THIRD FLOOR

TOP FLOOR

Fabric Sunblind 12’- 0”

Click Frame Cable Duct Heating Element

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INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR

Curvy walls provide friendly entrance and lead people from north-west corner into building and out to garden. Base on the different functionalities of offices and laboratories, the building will be separated to two elements in order to get electrical and mechanical system operated efficiently. Offices locate on the west branch get most sunlight from the south and west. The less sunlight appeal of laboratories place the east component. The two elements are connected by bridges on North and South side of building, and a central atrium will be created.


INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR

STRUCTURE

Foundation- Retaining wall and concrete footings. Vertical Member- Concrete wall with color admixture.

ENVELOP

Glass & Glazing- Laboratory floors are continuously glazed. Cladding- Glass panels are all hung from roof and connected with 6.5in sq.ft. brass plates and stainless steel. Roof-Built-up roof with skylight monitors and elevator penthouse and terrace at garden area.

HVAC

Cooling Type- Cooling tower (building top) Duct Type- 9� diameter ducts run in cores of space between acoustical panels and concrete ceiling. Distribution- Variable air volume (VAV) Vertical Chases- At north and south ends of the two elements, and close to the washing room.

INTERIOR

Partitions- Glazed to atrium between two elements. Open office system with demountable partitions around laboratories. Vertical Circulation- 3elevators, 1central escalator. Lighting- Daylight & photocell-dimming cool white fluorescent ambient lighting. Ambient integrated into perimeter light shelves. Supplemental direct/indirect task lighting from lensed warm white fluorescent fixtures integrated into work stations.

CENTRAL ATRIUM

LOUNGE AREA


ARCHITECTURE

SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

FINDING DIRECTION AND INTERACTION

LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY (Religion School)

MEANDERING MOTION (Chicago Water Front)

INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR 360 LOFTS GREENGREEN 360 LOFTS INTERIOR DESIGN

RETAIL STORE

MEDICAL PROJECTS

ARTWORK


SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

This project represents an opportunity for the District Authority to show its neighbors how incorporating these ecological values and urban goal.


GREEN 360

This Project is part of a harmonious development promoted by the District Authority of Santiago de Surco, so that the areas to be consolidated at the Cerro de Camacho shall become an ecological space, a recreation area and an urban living solution, contemplating the international urban values of no visual, auditory nor vial contamination. Site The upscale residential units are located in the mountain of Lima. The side has prime views of the city to the northwest, and the ocean to the west, and “Los Inkas� golf course to the North. The location is unique become of the challenging topographical conditions and the unusual climate in the region, Lima is characterized as a desert and subtropical climate. The region is quite humid yet receives very little rain annually. Lima has a subtropical and desert climate, yet the microclimate also makes the atmosphere very humid throughout the year.

Light + Air + Water are endemic to the climate of Lima, Peru and are the three basic elements for human life. In order to achieve these coexisting elements, natural resources are harvested from the site and used to enhance the quality of life for the residents of the luxury units located in the hills of city. the air and adapts it for consumption.


GREEN 360

LEVEL -4

SECTION B

LEVEL -3

LEVEL -2

SECTION C

LEVEL -1

SECTION A


GREEN 360

LEVEL 0

LEVEL +1

EAST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

LEVEL +2

WEST ELEVATION

TOP LEVEL

SOURTH ELEVATION


GREEN 360

The floor plans merge indoor and outdoor living spaces to create generous living spaces that allow natural light and air to filter into the space. A central light well also functions as a glass chimney that brings cooled air through the interior space.

Light Well The central light well is a shared feature for all the units. The internal well allows natural light to penetrate deep within the units. Glass Chimney The central air chimney draws air from the -4 level and carries it through the structure to the +3 level, the uppermost story. This process cools the units as the airflow is carried up and out of the building.

INTERIOR VIEW AROUND LIGHT WELL


GREEN 360

ROOF GARDEN (TOP LEVEL)

POOL SITE (LEVEL-4)

BUILDING EXTERIOR


ARCHITECTURE

SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

FINDING DIRECTION AND INTERACTION

LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY (Religion School)

MEANDERING MOTION (Chicago Water Front)

INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR

GREEN 360 LOFTS INTERIOR DESIGN

RETAIL STORE RETAIL STORE MEDICAL PROJECTS

ARTWORK


R ETAI L STO R E

The concept for the interior remodeling is rotating the lines. The carpet and product shelves fallow the concept and guide people go to each station. The center service is divided to digital camera, telescope, and traditional stations. With the same concept, the gradual ceiling panels lead the natural lights into the focal point, the new products self.


R ETAI L STO R E

1. DIGITAL CAMERA STATION 2. TELESCOPE STATION 3. TRADITIONAL STATION 4. CASH STATION 5. PRINTER STATION 6. FILM AND PAPER 7. PRINTING STUDIO 8. INK AND LENS 9. TELESCOPE SHOW PLATFORM 10. WORKING OFFICE 11. STORAGE 12. SHIPPING ROOM 13. MAIN OFFICE 14. MINI KITCHEN

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TELESCOPE SKYLIGHT SKYLIGHT PRINTTING DISPLAY BOARD

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R ETAI L STO R E

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ARCHITECTURE

SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

FINDING DIRECTION AND INTERACTION

LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY (Religion School)

MEANDERING MOTION (Chicago Water Front)

INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR

GREEN 360 LOFTS INTERIOR DESIGN

RETAIL STORE MEDICAL PROJECTS MEDICAL PROJECTS ARTWORK


Cascade Valley Hospital Building at 330 South Stillaguamish Avenue, Arlington, Washington


MEDICAL PROJECTS

CASCADE VALLEY HOSPITAL Taylor Gregory Broadway Architects

This 112,000 sf project was completed in multiple phases that include both new expansion space as well as renovation of existing areas. The new expansion was completed in 2009. The hospital plays an important role in the community, therefore the entry lobby and the cafeteria is located close to the street to make a highly visible public gathering space. The project includes a new Emergency Department, Imaging, Cancer Care as well as support and meeting spaces.

Created presentation drawing, rendering, material board and color board Assisted with finishing selection, furniture specification

WAITING LOUNGE

WAITING LOUNGE

WAITING LOUNGE

IMAGE PROVIDED BY TGB ARCHITECTS

IMAGE PROVIDED BY TGB ARCHITECTS

PHOTO PROVIDED BY TGB ARCHITECTS


Covington Medical Office Building at 27005 168th Place SE in Covington, Washington.


MEDICAL PROJECTS

COVINGTON MEDICAL OFFICE Taylor Gregory Broadway Architects

Utilized the concepts of spirituality and the environment to redesign space. Added conceptual lighting, skylights, and oblique windows bring natural feel into the interior. Executed fl oor plan to facilitate communication between doctors and patients. Integrated original parking space to become water feature stream and pond. Planned to provide health services as a satellite facility for Valley Orthopedic & Valley Medical Center, the Covington Medical Office Building is located in a highly developed urban area yet offers clients and practitioners alike a warm and inviting environment in which to visit and work. A three-story building, the almost 19,000 square foot facility is comprised of covered parking on the first floor and two upper floors that house outpatient clinics, physicians offices, and specialty imaging centers.

Created presentation drawing, rendering, material board and color board Assisted with finishing selection, furniture specification and punch list


ARCHITECTURE

SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

FINDING DIRECTION AND INTERACTION

LIVE CYCLE - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY (Religion School)

MEANDERING MOTION (Chicago Water Front)

INNOVTECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR

GREEN 360 LOFTS INTERIOR DESIGN

RETAIL STORE

MEDICAL PROJECTS ARTWORK ARTWORK


ARTWORK

CHARCOAL SKETCH


ARTWORK

MARKER RENDERING

WATER COLOR


ARTWORK

WATER COLOR


ARTWORK


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