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IP KWOK WAI

Portfolio of Architecture, Etc. - 2018 -


NAME

Charly, IP Kwok Wai

SID

1155101456

CONTACT

+852 6857 3045 / +852 5960 5390 charlyip414@gmail.com


ACADEMIC

- 01 -

INCUBATOR DEVELOPEMENT IN HUAQIANGBEI 2017

- 02 -

MEDIA THEME TRANSFORMATION 2014

- 03 -

- 05 -

- 07-

Translucency in Transparency

SCHEME - VILLAGE HOUSE 2015

- 08 -

Yin Tin Bridge

INTERNATIONAL VELUX AWARD FOR STUDENTS OF ARCHITECTURE 2014

PERSONAL

Buddhism Hierarchy Museum

DESIGN COMPETITION FOR TAI O TWIN BRIDGES 2013

- 06 -

Harbourfront Genotypical Studies

CHINESE RELIGION TRANSFORMATION 2012

COMPETITION

A Pavilion of Light and Shadow

MARITIME EDUTAINMENT CENTRE DESIGN 2013

- 04 -

Adaptation / Renovation / Fabriaction

FANLING, NEW TERRITORIES, HONG KONG

SCHEME - LANDSCAPE 2016

NON PROGRAMME SPACE

2017

METROPOLIS

2014

BILLBOARD FACADE

2013

INDICATION PLAN

2010

PATTERN STUDY

PRACTICE

2014

MLP

- INCUBATION PARK, XIANG SHAN, NING BO, ZHE JIANG, PRC

INVOLVED PROJECTS

2014

RENOVATION

- 7/F, SALVATION ARMY HEADQUATER, YAU MA TEI, KOWLOON ,HK

2015

RENOVATION

- PORTE COCHERE, YMCA SR, TSIM SHA TSUI, KOWLOON ,HK

2015

RENOVATION

- PCCW OFFICE, CENTRAL, HONG KONG ISLAND, HK

2016

INTERIOR DESIGN

- ICE RINK, IFS CHANSHA, FURONG DISTRICT, CHANG SHA, HUNAN, PRC

2016

PLANNING

- DESERT HOTEL, SHA BO TAU, ZHONG WEI, NING XIA, PRC

GRAPHICS

- POSTER DESIGN

- RUN RUN SHAW LIBRARY (CITYU HK)


Shared Workshop

ACADEMIC

Social Connector

(06) Ads Board (07) Shared Workshop (08) Extended Units Foodcourt

Site Entrance

- 2017 -

SPACE AS COMMODITY INCUBATOR DEVELOPEMENT IN HUAQIANGBEI Adaptation / Renovation / Fabriaction

DESCRIPTION Huaqiangbei, a subdistrict of Shenzhen, is a wellknown cluster among the world as a manufacturing hub and electronics marketplaces. For innovators, it is regarded as “China’s Silicon Valley”. Huaqiang- bei, with a total area only of 2.9sq. km, generates large revenue and attracted lots of innovative minds to the area trying to grab the opportunities. Instead of the low costs on resources and faster prog- ress of frabrication provided by the favourable geo- graphical position, however, what else could Huaqiangbei provided to cultivate creativity? This project is a response to existing plans and mass- ings in Shangbu Industrial Zone, a representative zone for Huaqiangbei, which is originally mixed-use mid- dle-rise buildings with commercial, residential, and industrial uses. The Zone has significant difference in contrast to the newly renovated Huaqiang Road crammed with shopping malls and high-rise buildings. The propoal takes on the concept of using “garage” as a metaphor. A garage for maker represents a small working unit that detached but closed to their acco- modation. Through the incorporation of CNC technol- ogy, “garage” space is applied to the site providing additional area for nurturing creativity and enhanc- ing social connection.

Tutor

- Dr. Tat Lam

HUAQIANGBEI

NOTES

for makers or consumers?

Huaqiangbei, a subdistrict of Shenzhen, is a well-known clusterSITE among the world as a manufacturing hub and electronics marketplaces. For innovators, it is regarded as "China's Silicon Valley". Huaqiangbei, with a total area only of 2.9sq.km, generates large revenue and attracted lots of innovative minds to the area trying to grab the opportunities.

external

Instead of the low costs on resources and faster progress of frabrication provided by the favourable geographical position, however, what else could Huaqiangbei provided to cultivate creativity? original context PROGRAMME NOLLI This project is a response to existing plans and massings in Shangbu Industrial Zone, a representative zone forthe Huaqiangbei, originally midWith approach of notwhich alteringisthe existing sitemixed-use context, all the main programme the site were kept commercial, as original. The additional programmes dle-rise inbuildings with residential, and were installed to the existing building by extending, emerging and adding. industrial uses. The Zone has significant difference in contrast tomodification the newly renovated Huaqiang The forms of the works were summarized into three Road catagories. Pitched, Flat andshopping Arch representing spaces for makers, shared and crammed with malls and high-rise buildings.

maker

y x


100 meter 200 foot

路 振興 振興路

Rd gXingg Rd Zhen ZhengXin

Rd gHuaa Rd Zhen ZhengHu

路 振華 振華路

華 華 強 強 北 北 步 步 行 行 街 街

Rd dle Rd Middle nNann Mid She ShenNa

中路 深南 深南中路

LEGEND REFERENCE shopping residential

HuaQiang North Rd

華新 華新 xin Hua Huaxin

hotel


OUTSIDER ONLY FOR MONEY?

COMSUMERISM V.S. CREATIVITY

CROW THE UN

FACADE

Development Transition in HuaQiangBei

Huaqiang Road

Manhar Digital Plaza

WITHOUT GEOGRAPHICAL OR IN WHAT ASPECT THE CITY AND ECONOMICAL ADVANTAGES, ARCHITECTURE HELPS INCUWOULD PEOPLE STILL COME TO BATING CREATIVITY? HUAQIANAGBEI ?

HAX Accelerator - Frabrication Lab Without the economic growth of Shenzhen and lower cost of research and fabrication, would makers still came to Huaqiangbei, to Shenzhen realizing their imagination? Makers came from foreign contries to Huaqiangbei just like Chinese migrant came from different province to seek opportunities. Whether they are success or not, they will leave Huaqingbei. Electronical Parts Market

This project start br the query ”could architecture and urban planning help keeping the talent?”

LANE

TRANSFO DON’T N AND SO


M Y

CROWD-SHARING OF THE UN-NOTICED NOW!

FACADE

STREET

LANE

WALL

GIANTS FROM GARAGES

DISNEY

Walt Disney & Roy Disney 1923

AMAZON Jeff Bezos 1944

Digital Plaza

ITY AND INCUY?

Lab

and lower cost s still came to agination?

aqiangbei just rovince to seek r not, they will

chitecture and

APPLE

Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak 1976

GOOGLE

Larry Page and Sergey Brin 1998

TRANSFORM THE SPACE YOU DON’T NEED AS INCUBATOR AND SOCIAL CONNECTOR

IVORY TOWER OR GARAGE BETTER?


(01) Staircase Platform (02) Shared Workshop

Connected Bridge

Frabrication Lab

Shared Workshop

Social Connector

(06) Ads Board (07) Shared Workshop (08) Extended Units Foodcourt

Site Entrance

Foodcourt


le Workshop

Food Court

(01)

Staircase Platform

(02)

(01) Shared Workshop Staircase Platform

(03)

Pavillion

(04)

(03) Urban Elevator

(05)

Single Workshop

(06)

(05) Ads Board Single Workshop

(07)

Shared Workshop

(08)

(07) Extended Units Shared Workshop

Frabrication Lab

(05)

Single Workshop

nected Bridge

(05)

Connected Bridge

Pavillion

Urban Elevator (04)

Exhibition

Pavillion

(03)

Factory

Warehouse


Urban Elevator

Showcase Shop

Connected Bridge

Temporary Studio

Pavillion

EXTENSDED RESIDENTIAL UNIT Extended units were installed to existing building to provide intimacy between livig and working spaces.

Frabrication Lab

Connected Bridge Shared Workshop

Urban Elevator

Public Roof

INCUBATOR SPACE

SHARE THE UNWANTED FOR GOOD DEEDS Ads Board

Extended Units

Showcase Shop

The roof, the external wall, he street corner, there is a large possibility for the city to help triggering the creativity. Instead of asking the property owners to share there valuable space for the makers to work, it will be more feasible if someone telling them they have nothing loss.

Urban Elevator Connected Bridge

Pavillion

Temporary Studio


Frabrication Lab

Connected Bridge Shared Workshop

Urban Elevator

Public Roof

Ads Board

Extended Units

Showcase Shop

Urban Elevator Connected Bridge

Pavillion

Temporary Studio


Meeting Area

Food Court

Temporary Studio

Parking Area

SHARED COMMUNAL HOTEL The original hotel building shared parts of the existing room areas as sharing space for the makers to work, to social with the clients, to live with the locals.

Shared Workshop

Ads Board

Staircase Platform

SOCIAL CONNECTOR

SHOW THE CARE BY SMALL LITTLE MOMENTS Frabrication Lab

The current and on-going re-developemnt plan of HuaQiangBei have a trend to demolish the existing middle wise building and erect giant malls and high-rise buildings. The action tears down the urban frabric and lets no possibilities of neighbourhood activities. In contrast to the “money-orientated” approach, this project proposed the social connector in a “parasite like” scale.

Meeting Area

Food Court

Temporary Studio

Parking Area


Shared Workshop

Ads Board

Staircase Platform

Frabrication Lab

Meeting Area

Food Court

Temporary Studio

Parking Area


(08) (04) (15)

(03)

(14)

(02)

(04)

(15)

(01)

(03)

(14) (13)

(11)

FACTORY / WAREHOUSE / FOOD COURT

(06) (05)

FOOD COURT

This is a factory frabricating spatial related product aiming at supporting makers and enhancing social connectivity.

(01)

entrance

(07)

research lab

(11)

entrance

(02)

CNC deck

(08)

testing ground

(12)

food court

(03)

working unit

(09)

storage

(13)

outdoor cafe

(04)

rest zone

(10)

assembly area

(14)

escalator

(05)

loading ramp

(15)

roof terrace

(06) display area FACTORY

(12)

(02)

WAREHOUSE

FACTORY

WAREHOUSE

(01) (11)

(13) (12)

FOOD COURT

(01)

entrance

(07)

research lab

(11)

entrance

(02)

CNC deck

(08)

testing ground

(12)

food court

(03)

working unit

(09)

storage

(13)

outdoor cafe

(04)

rest zone

(10)

assembly area

(14)

escalator

(05)

loading ramp

(15)

roof terrace

(06)

display area

(10)

(10) (09) (07)

(10)

(08)

(09)

(06)

(08)

(13)

(15)

(09)

(05)

(14)

(03)

(04)

(06)

(08)

(13) (11)

(03)

(12)

(15) (14)

(15)

(05) (03)

(04)

(02)

(02)

(01)

(07)

(11)

(01) (11) (04)

FACTORY

(02)

WAREHOUSE

(14)

(12)

(13) (01)

DESIGN COMPONENTS (07)

FOOD COURT

(01)

entrance

(07)

research lab

(11)

entrance

(02)

CNC deck

(08)

testing ground

(12)

food court

(03)

working unit

(09)

storage

(13)

outdoor cafe

(04)

rest zone

(10)

assembly area

(14)

escalator

(05)

loading ramp

(15)

roof terrace

(06)

display area

DESIGN COMPONENTS

(10)

(12)


FACTORY / WAREHOUSE / FOOD COURT This is a factory frabricating spatial related product aiming at supporting makers and enhancing social connectivity.

(06) (05)

(10) (09) (07) (08)

(04) (15)

(03)

(14)

(02) (01) (11)

(13) (12)

FACTORY

WAREHOUSE

FOOD COURT

(01)

entrance

(07)

research lab

(11)

entrance

(02)

CNC deck

(08)

testing ground

(12)

food court

(03)

working unit

(09)

storage

(13)

outdoor cafe

(04)

rest zone

(10)

assembly area

(14)

escalator

(05)

loading ramp

(15)

roof terrace

(06)

display area

(10)


Pavillion fabrication parts


F-S1

F-S2 F-T1 F-S2

F-B1 F-B2

CNC

F-S1

S-2

1 PREPARATION - MATERIAL

2 ASSEMBLY - MAIN FRAME

process the wood panel through CNC device to specific modules and parts

3 ASSEMBLY - MAIN FRAME

assembly parts as shown and prepare 4 numbers of the main frame in total

stack 2 number of the frame toether

P-BE

P-SE-I

4 FIXING use the spacer S-2 to fix the frame in position

P-TI P-TE-I

P-BI

P-SI

S-3

5 FIXING use the spacer S-3 to stiffen the frame

6 ASSEMBLY - FLOOR PANEL (INNER)

7 ASSEMBLY - SIDE PANEL (INNER)

8 ASSEMBLY - TOP PANEL (INNER)

install the inner floor panels into position

install the inner side panels (optional)

install the inner top panels (optional)

P-TE-O

P-TI P-SE-O

P-TI P-SE-O

P-SI C-1

C-2 S-1 P-SI

9 ASSEMBLY - FIXTURE AND OUTER PANEL

10

install the fixture and outer panels (optional)

use the spacer (optional)

ASSEMBLY - EXTENSION S-1

to connect extra module

Guide installation instruction


ACADEMIC

(sea)

(sea)

(01)

(03) - 2014 -

PHOTOGRAPHY: TAKING/BEING MEDIA THEME TRANSFORMATION A Pavilion of Light and Shadow

(04)

DESCRIPTION

(02)

Media is an inseparable element for architecture in mordern time. Whether featuring in videography or photography; Wherther dedicating surfaces for artworks or platforms for performance. Architecture serves as a film and a paper to let someone transform their inspiration to production. Architecture allows intervention of other medias enriching itself.

(06)

On the contrary, instead of inspiring, this project get inspiration from photography. The pavillion achieved ideas from the techniques of photo taking, composition and editing to spacial design. ‘Photography is the arts of capturing motion into moment.’ The concept of the pavillion is to let people experience the freezed moment under motion.

(05)

Tutor

- Dr. Charlie Xue

(sea)

(sea)

(07)


Views isometric / partial


double exposure (01)

shifthing (02)

(cloud)

(cloud)

(sky)

(sky)

(sky)

(sky)

(sea)

(sea) (03) viewing depth

(04) framing


(05)

(08)

(06)

(land)

(water)

rotating zoom

(water)

(07)

composition

leaving blank

(land)

light leak


ACADEMIC

- 2013 -

MOMENTS GONE MARITIME EDUTAINMENT CENTRE DESIGN Harbourfront Genotypical Studies

DESCRIPTION Kai Tak airport was once ranked as dangerous airport wtih adjoning skyscrapers and mountains located to the north and its runway pointing along Victoria Harbour. Landings to Kai Yak were regarded as challenging to experience and technically demending. This project takes the site on Kai Tak Runway and reimagine the possibility of the site in transforming to a edutainment center, with the purpose of educating and entertaining. With its closure in 1998, with the developement of the city, the identity of Kai Tak being an airport was hard to be realized by time to time. That moment when planes flew over so close to our roof, when we could saw planes vanishing in the gap of the street. Those were memory and markings of the city’s growth. The project attempted to integrated the gone moments into building and landscape, space and circulation. Visitor could walk above the building, across the street, through the obstacles or into the water. Experience the perception of pilots approaching the airport in a metaphorical way. Or, otherwise, visitors could look upward seeing the path as the planes flew through.

Tutor

- Dr. Joseph F. Wong


Kai Tak Impressions

Looking Up No.1 - fly through

Looking Up No.2 - fly through

Looking Up No.3 - fly through

Challenge - landing

Path No.1 - landing

Adjacency No. 1 - from the roof

Adjacency No. 2 - through the street

Adjacency No. 3 - gathering

Event - accident

Path No.2 - taking off

(01) Fly-Over

- walking above projections, buildings, streets - landing to designated path - crashing into water


z

x (02) Vertical Interations

y x

(03)

Horizontal Interations

- Sunken Landscape -

- Connected Bridges -

- Raised Platforms -

- Fly Through above Building -


projecrion level roof level building level podium level street level

(04) Paths of Landing and Taking Off

- Fly Through adjacent to Building -

(05) Compartments of levels

- Passing Through Obstacles-

- Landing and Taking Off -

- To the Water -


ACADEMIC

- 2012 -

METAPHORICAL SPACE CHINESE RELIGION TRANSFORMATION Buddhism Hierarchy Museum

DESCRIPTION “Kleshas, in Buddhism, are mental states that cloud the wholesomes action.’ Different choices made shall cause different outcomes in life. Whenever we have to make decision on various circumstance, we based on the information we knew and experience we prossessed. Our knowlwde and decision could lead us to an expected path, or vice versa. This project attempt to incorporate the wisdom and theory of buddhism into the organization of spaces and the content of spaces in a museum. Spaces of the museum were composed to let the visitors experience through the process of ‘Lost’, ‘Search’ and ‘Realize’. Similar components with varied compositions were applied through out the museum to lure the eyes of visitors. The perception throughout the museum space would be familiar while different.

Tutor

- Dr. Lu Yi

(01)

Floating Ramp the Museum and the site was seperated. A one way path allows visitor to have a clear Start / Decision from entering the Museum (Kleshas).


(08)

(07)

(06)

(03)

(02) (05) (01) (04)

Spatial Sequence

Partition (Obstacle)

Balustrade (Barrier)

Opening (Frame)


Wall thickness layering opening

x = = =

Spacial Meaning hierarchy (function) order / sequence linkage

Slab continuity seperation leveling

x = = =

Spacial Meaning relativity + simularity restart / end depth (function)

Structure density volumn

x Spacial Meaning = hierarchy (function) = hierarchy (function)


(02) Layering

(03) Definition

(04) Variation

(05) Direction

walls/opening aligned perpendicular to path affecting the perception of the Entering

difference in height, thickness, size for diffenciating Visability and Accessibiliy

(06) Imitation

form replication from nature

(07) Boundary

column and beam framing the void into space

restrict movement in levels

composition of discreted elements as whole

(08) Cycle

live form (natural) to dead form (artificial)


COMPETITION

inspriation: Frosted glass and iron, 2013 by Reinoud Oudshoorn

- 2014 -

TRANSLUCENCY/TRANSPARENCY

emerged facade and landscape

INTERNATIONAL VELUX AWARD COMPETITION FOR STUDENTS OF ARCHITECTURE

DESCRIPTION “When erecting a structure on a lot of land, it is an inevitable fact that the oniginal content of the site was changed.“ Studying how to emerge the built to the nature has been a hot topic for architectural design. The idea of this work is to design a pavilion that could be seen and unseen where there is change of light intensity and angle.

varied reflectivity under light intensity

The facade of the pavilion has applied glass with different gradient of reflective rate. The part with highly reflective glass would show the reflected scenery on the facade which made part of the pavillion disappeared. The glass with low reflective rate, however, would show the landscape behind the viewpoint. In daytime, the glass facade of the pavilion was invisible due to the visible. Translucent reflection and transparent landscape merged together as whole image luring the visual perception.

Works by - Charly IP Tutor

- Dr. Charlie Xue

- reflected landscape merged with real landscape -


see through

from interior

blur

see through

from exterior

blur

see through

reflection

see through

reflection

from exterior from interior


COMPETITION

- 2013 -

YIN TIN BRIDGE DESIGN COMPETITION FOR TAI O TWIN BRIDGES

DESCRIPTION Ths project is a competition entry named ‘Tai O Twin Bridges’ organized by the CEDD in 2013. The competition asked two new bridge designs for Yin Tin and Po Chun Tam in Tai O. The bridges would serving daily use of the local and provide remarkable landmark for Tai O. interesstingly, the bridges were required to be openable for letting the dragon-boat to pass through during spcific festivals. This projects presents the bridge design in Yin Tin. The span for the Yin Tin bridge was about 102m long. Following the requirement, the design proposal provides a 3.8m clear width allowing passing by of ambulance in Tai O. A sculptural pedestrian bridge design on two end was formed based on the pattern of the surrounding landscape. There are up and down designed for the pedestrian bridge to forming platform and let people have closer distance with water. This also provides viewing platform for appreciating the dragon boat event during festival. The middle part (16m) of the bridge was designed to be strenchable allowing the possibility of opening up the bridge.

Works by - Andrew HUNG, Charly IP, Jeff TSE Lead by

- Nelson H.K. NG / Asia Consultancy Engineers Limited


- transparent bridge deck shortening the distance between water

- multi levels separating circulation and viewing

section


PERSONAL

level (0)

- 2016 -

LANDSCAPE NON PROGRAM SPACE SCHEMATIC DESIGN CLIENT N.A. SITE AREA 7.5m x 7.5m DESCRIPTION This project was composed by the 1.5m x 1.5m cubible fromed br framing, platforms and staircases. With the 5x5 setting out in 5 levels, there allowed 125 space to filled with the cubicle. The rules of this poject were the followings: - use the least number of cubicles - top and bottom views, four sides shall be filled - all levels were approachable +a cubicle could be just the framing or infilled with platform and staircases +a single platform shall be with no cubicle above in each level

level (+1)

level (+2)

level (+3)

level (+4)


PERSONAL

- 2015 -

VILLAGE HOUSE FANLING, NEW TERRITORIES, HK SCHEMATIC DESIGN CLIENT PRIVATE RESIDENCE SITE AREA 50 SQ.M. DESCRIPTION The cost for bidding a piece of land and building a dweling in Hong Kong shall cost billion. Owning a custom-design residence in Hong Kong is a privilege, either you are wealthy enough to pay for it or you are granted for it. Since the British Conial Era, the government compomised with the indigenous inhabitants that male members of the village preserved the right to apply for small houses in order to protect the tradition of villages. The Client of this project inherited the piece of land from his parent. The lot was sized 5m x 11m and surrounded by other units on its four sides. Considering the closeness with surounding buildings, the Client requested to set the house back leaving space for internal garden and backyard. As a result, the floor plate of the house was reduced as 3m x 9m. Workig on projects with limited area was always a good excercise to explore the essentials in design. The choice on linking what functions together, judgement on the size of space, solid and void in the massing. Every inch in the house shall be assigned with multi-uses.


GRAPHICS

- 2017 -

METROPOLIS POSTER DESIGN

DESCRIPTION The concept of this poster was to describe the distance between mankind and the city in metropolis. Mankind was detached from the city, from people. Curtain wall buildings represents an ironic barrier that providing transparency and separation.

BOREDOM IS COUNTER-REVOLUTIONARY GUY DEBORD


GRAPHICS

- 2014 -

BILLBOARD FACADE GRAPHICS EXERCISE

LOUER

die M a i s o n TO D AY A M A N , TO M O R R O W. . .

DESCRIPTION This is a drawing exercise based on an architectural drawing named ‘Envisioning Architecture, 1936’ by Oscar Nitzchke. The drawing by Oscar present a middle-rise building of commercial use. There shown a structural frame in the middle part of the building holdinig up the billboard of different shops. High-rise building had already became a common form In the year of 1936. Oscar Nitzchke see the phenomenon that billboard become part of the facade of buildings and produced his exagger- ated drawing with neon signs and posters. Nowadays, influenced by the advancing technologies, more possibilities were available for the facade. Digital screens, interactive panell and light, there are much more ways that the facade could communicate with the street now.

4 locality materialism No

x l y. TM

Cosmetics


GRAPHICS

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- 2013 -

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GRAPHICS SOLUTION CLIENT Run Run Shaw Library - CityU HK

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INDICATION PLAN Run Run Shaw Library - CityU HK

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10 STAIR DOWN TO 2/F

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DESCRIPTION

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Refered by tutor, I took the responsibility to provide graphic solution for the library and produced a new indication plan for the library.

STAIR UP TO 3/F

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The Run Run Shaw Library in CityU completed an expansion in 2013. Requested by the director of the library, a new indication plan for the library user was needed.

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GRAPHICS

- 2010 -

PATTERN STUDY GRAPHICS EXERCISE

DESCRIPTION This study done during an academic project of Mei Ho House renovation. The project intention was to redesign the facade and improve the spatial experience for the building aiming to change the use of the building from unused public housing building to a youth hostel. Mei Ho House, one of the oldest public housing in the history of Hong Kong, designed with the focus more on the function then the aesthetic. Very few decorative details were found during site visit to the building and majority of them were in simple geometric form. As an aim to raise the interestness of the building, a study on combinations of simple geometric forms was done. Only forms of square and circle were selected as the base for making more complicated ones. By the rules of displacement, sizing and compositioning, the outcome were satisfying.


PRACTICE INVOLVED PROJECTS - JA DESIGN LIMITED (2014 - 2017)

INCUBATION PARK XIANG SHAN, NING BO, ZHE JIANG, PRC MASTER PLANNING 2014 / IN PROGRESS CLIENT SAFAT (HONG KONG) COMPANY LIMITED PROJECT AREA 50,000 SQ.M. INVOLVEMENT RESIDENTIAL TOWERS DESIGN / LANDSCAPE DESIGN

7/F, SALVATION ARMY HEADQUATER YAU MA TEI, KOWLOON, HK RENOVATION 2014 / COMPLETED CLIENT SALVATION ARMY PROJECT AREA 390 SQ.M. INVOLVEMENT DETAIL DESIGN / ON-SITE COORDINATION

PORTE-COCHERE, THE SALISBURY YMCA TSIM SHA TSUI, KOWLOON, HK RENOVATION 2015-2016 / COMPLETED CLIENT YMCA OF HONG KONG PROJECT AREA 420 SQ.M. INVOLVEMENT SCHEMATIC DESIGN / DETAIL DESIGN / TENDER / ON-SITE COORDINATION


PROFESSIONAL WORKS SELECETED WORKS - JA DESIGN LIMITED

PCG OFFICE CENTRAL, HONG KONG ISLAND, HK INTERIOR FITTING OUT 2015-2016 / COMPLETED CLIENT PACIFIC CENTRAL GROUP PROJECT AREA 190 SQ.M. INVOLVEMENT SCHEMATIC DESIGN / DETAIL DESIGN / ON-SITE COORDINATION

ICE RINK , IFS CHANGSHA FURONG DISTRICT, CHANG SHA, HUNAN, PRC INTERIOR FITTING OUT 2016-2017 / TARGET COMPLETION CLIENT THE RINK LTD. PROJECT AREA 3,050 SQ.M. INVOLVEMENT SCHEMATIC DESIGN / DETAIL DESIGN / TENDER

DESERT HOTEL SHA BO TAU, ZHONG WEI, NING XIA, PRC HOTEL DESIGN (DESIGN TENDER) 2016 / IN PROGRESS CLIENT CHINA TRAVEL SERVICE LTD PROJECT AREA 30,000 SQ.M. INVOLVEMENT SCHEMATIC DESIGN


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