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Portfolio Angeline Yang

2010 - 2012


Table of Contents Design Gelati Celesti............................................4 Tie Lab......................................................6 Oncology Center - Reception...................8 Bios Group..............................................10 Les Cols Restaurant................................12 Computer CAD - Construction Documents............14 CAD - The Hoop.....................................16 Revit Construction Documents..............18 Revit Families..........................................20


Gelati Celesti

Existing site located on 2223 Park Avenue Richmond, VA ~681 SF of net Retail space for gelati No new doors or windows Accessibility Respect existing exterior shell Concept based on concept model ‘anticipation’

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Anticipation concept model

Ceiling design sketch model

Store front sketch model

A key that fits within the lock but does not turn. A hidden object contained in a cube that cannot open. The only clue of the contained object is the sound it makes when the box is in motion.

To contrast the roundness and softness of the ice cream, the rest of the shop is based off of rectilinear forms and the ceiling design becomes the only non-frosted glass within the space to signify that the customer is finally within reach of the goal (ice cream). The varying levels represent the building excitement.

Frosted glass is used in the store front to distinguish the front to the other surrounding buildings. The glass is translucent to pique the customers interest and make them want to peer through and see the colorful display of ice cream.

One can only wonder what is inside...

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P2. View from dip cabinet to back

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After studying precedents of retail spaces, the design began to form into the concept of anticipation. Ice cream is usually consumed as a treat to one’s self and the design began by the thought of how to prolong the want for such a treat. By making the customer wait, the need for a scoop of ice cream will become unbearable. Building the anticipation became the driving factor for the space’s design. The store front contains the dip counter and once through the main entryway, the customer is blocked from their goal by a long wall of frosted glass which is broken at random times to allow the customer a glimpse of the ice cream and of customers enjoying their ice cream. Each glimpse teases the customer’s desire.

Cermic tiles. Novabell ceramiche tile. Play series. (wraps into wall)

Translucent glass. 3form Varia Ecoresin: Play - Crush Max Pure

Cement.

Ceiling glass. 3form Varia Ecoresin. C3 Color -Ghost

Pendant light. bonesimpledesign c143

E

Materials and Furnishings P2

D

View towards front with dip counter

B

View towards the frosted glass

P1. View from patio to front

Paraline view of shop A C P1

Plan Section A-A To reach your desired goal, you must first be tantalized.

Section B-B

Legend: A. Main entrance hallway B. Interior seating C. Counter area D. Accessible unisex restroom E. Accessible patio seating F. Service area G. Accessible exterior seating


Tie Lab

Existing site located on 2223 Park Avenue Richmond, VA ~681 SF of net Client: Bethany Shorb, owner of Cyberoptix Tie Lab No new doors or windows Accessibility Respect existing exterior shell Concept based on antithesis

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A A

Retail sketch model View from store front

Section C-C

D

Wall display concept model

View towards retail area B

B B

Display concept model 5. Steelworks Aluminum Tube (Round) 3/4 x 3’; Lowes

1. Exposed textured brick wall

C

C

B

D

Section B-B

C 5. 3. Urban metal charcoal UM93; Amtico International

C View from main entrance

2. Sand D331-60; Wilsonart Laminate

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View from reading nook 6. Campbell Commercial #12 Single Jack Chain

4. Wildlands; International Tile & Marble, Ltd.

Retail Plan

0’

1’ 2’ 3’ 4’

A

Section D-D

Residential Plan A

2. Solid White Textured S-7-4T; Nevamar Arp Surface View towards studio

1. 0001 White Quartz Finish; Arpa by Interlam

View towards living area

Close up of hanging display

3. 75220; Mosa. Tiles Global Collection 7.

4.

3.

5. 75200V; Mosa. Tiles Global Collection

Section A-A View of residential space

5. 4. 4170; Caesarstone Quartz Surfaces

6. P44 Esse Wenge; Liri

7. 2689-309 Cranberry

Design concept became based off of the client’s personality and how she presents her work. Words that describe her include quirky, ironic, sense of humor, edgy, etc. Rough and textured materials were used to contrast her products which are very detailed and intricate. Such materials attract attention to the hanging display as the ties are smooth and silky.


Oncology Center - Reception

Located at 10120 W. Broad St., Henrico, Virginia Started out as a spa that utilizes natural materials Designed for a Melanoma Oncology Center Coloring of melanoma inspired use of wood Axial relation of each space considered

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Initial Ideas: Natural materials: wood, stone, bamboo Booth-like research center Partition screens for back area Not children’s center - no curves Lean towards adults - mix of men and women Luxurious but still relaxed type of space - not homey Focus on experience - spa-like This image of skin cancer influenced the space’s design to focus on melanoma because of the skin’s pigment that is similar to wood.

Don’t want generic doctor chairs for waiting area Layout:

Reception>partition>file storage Finalized furniture layout.

Finalized bubble diagram.

Custom reception desk.

A computer station resembling a sauna room to give a sense of privacy.

Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer. Symptoms of melanoma include asymmetry, borders, color, and diameter. The design of the space revolved around the color of melanoma and the appearance of human skin. B Koshi P Pendant Lighting. YLighting. Reclaimed Douglas Fir. Old Barn Reclaimed Wood Co. Timber Latitude Natural. 3Form. Random Molten Marble. Nemotile.

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Section A-A

Elan Dining Chair. Design Within Reach.

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Mapp Table. Oak. Design Within Reach.

Legend: Resource area Reception desk File storage Waiting area Computer stations Additional seating

1 2 3 4 5 6

2 Section B-B View from resource corner

1

A

Promises Promises. Yellowgoat Design.

P2 2

Rusa Chaise. Design Within Reach.

3 P1

Kraal. Yellowgoat Design. Lighting at main entrance.

Rusa Bench. Design Within Reach. Located in front of main entrance. Phenomenon Honeycomb/ Rock. Mutina. Focus wall diagonal to entrance.

Rusa Club Chair. Design Within Reach.

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Rusa Corner. Design Within Reach.

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Rusa Side Table. Design Within Reach.

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Terra Texture Countertop Tiles. Thinkglass.

A

Wormy Chestnut Lumber. Old Barn Reclaimed Wood Co.

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Floor Plan

B

Additional FF & E

Angeline Yang

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Varia Ecoresin: C3 Color. Ghost. 3Form. Overtop Wormy Chestnut Lumber.

Copper Beach. EcoVeil Naturals 8050 Series 1-2% open. MechoShade Systems.

Crypta Letter White Ink. 3Form. Wallcovering.

View from reception desk

Hard Rock Reclaimed Antique Wood. Old Barn Reclaimed Wood Co. Ceiling. Terra Texture Countertop Tiles. Thinkglass. Reception desks parcel ledge.

Joy PL Ceiling Light. YLighting. Lighting overhead reception.

Timber Latitude Natural. 3Form. Partition.

1

Security Shade. Mayline. Available in varying heights.

Timber Longitude Mocha. 3Form. I-beam filler.

Interaction of Materials

Wormy Chestnut Lumber. Old Barn Reclaimed Wood Co. Reception desk. Random Molten Marble. Nemotile. Flooring. Vaga Texture Reclaimed Douglas Fir. Glass Old Barn Reclaimed Floor Tile. Wood Co. Computer Thinkglass. desk wood Flooring in waiting area.


Bios Group

Located at 2600 E. Cary St., Richmond, VA Fictional software company titled Bios Group Chose gaming software as data is more accessible Utilized various ways to determine best space planning Concept: unexpected humor in an unsuspecting space Spaces revolve around large war room which acts as the core of the space Subtle gaming references seen throughout the space

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Sp ec ia

Artists

1. Reception

1, 2

Y

I

N

Y

Parcel ledge

2. Waiting room

1, 2

Y

I

N

Y

Seating (4), side table

3. Admin. Assistant

3, 4

Y

Y

N

N

Parcel ledge

4. Principle

3, 4

N

Y

Y

N

Table for four, two guest chairs

5. Accountant

3, 4, 5

N

N

Y

N

6. Brand Mrkt. Mn.

3, 6, 19

N

Y

S

N

16’ storage

Huddle

12’ storage Seating (2)

16’ storage

7. Software Dir.

7, 8, 14

N

Y

Y

N

Seating (2)

16’ storage

7, 8

Y

Y

N

N

Table for multiple screens

12’ storage

9. Artists

9, 10

Y

Y

Y

N

10. Artist’s Studio

9, 10

N

Y

S

N

11. System Admin.

11, 12

N

Y

Y

N

12. Data Center

11, 12

N

N

Y

N

13. Tech. Writers

13, 16

Y

Y

N

N

14. Help Desk

11, 14

Y

Y

N

N

15. Q.A. Tester

15, 16

N

Y

Y

N

16. Test Lab

15, 16

N

Y

Y

N

Table for six computers

17. Huddle Rooms

4, 8, 9, 15

Y

Y

S

N

Whiteboard, laptop seating

18. War Room

4, 7, 11

Y

Y

S

N

Whiteboard, laptop seating

19. Conference Rm.

3, 4, 11

Y

Y

S

N

Whiteboard, laptop seating

center

B

QA

Storage

Small desk and chair, telecommunication cabinets

Galley

Studio

12’ storage

N

Y

Y

N

Whiteboard, pin up space

Y

Y

N

Y

Counter, refrigerator, sink, microwave

Y

Y

N

Y

Watercooler, small refrigerator, counter

Y

N

Y

N

24. Copy Center

5, 13

Y

N

Y

N

Large War Room

DE DE

rcptn

galley

help

P confer

Furniture Plan - Level 1

5. Think global War Room

Bar 0’ 2’

A

Software Dev.

Brand M.M.

Huddle

RCP - Level 2

8’

AA A

war rm 10

help

CO

0’ 2’

Series of possible adjacencies from a macro to micro level.

SD

file

RCP - Level 1

waiting

Not satisfied? Well then, neither are we. Every player and employee is taken seriously and given a voice. Anytime. Any day.

Restroom Huddle

Accountant

Admin. Assis.

huddle

huddle

Software Dir.

A Principal

DE

6. Every opinion matters

Copier

Reception area

Odors/mess

Freestanding copier, surface to fax/copy

DE

Conference Room

System Admin. C

8, 10, 19

DE

Dedicated to creating the most epic games of all time.

16’ storage, HVAC 12’ storage

1, 8, 20

DE

B

Data Ctr.

12’ storage

14, 24, 20

DE

Break Room

Epic games. All day. Everyday.

16’ storage

23. File Storage

DE

File Stor.

Huddle Tech. Wr. Help Desk

Tech. Wr.

Bar

12’ storage Worktable

22. Refresh. Bar

21. Galley

Test Lab

12’ storage Experimenting with different possibilities.

8. Software Dev.

20. War Room

Motto and beliefs:

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Plu m bin g Sp ec ia lE qu .

Ad ja

S N Q. F ee t ds .

Finalized criteria matrix in a more CRITERIA MATRIX legible manner. office space

ce nc ie s Pu bli cA cs s. D ay lig ht Pr iv ac y

Experimenting with different possibilities.

8’

Furniture Plan - Level 2

0’ 2’

Reflected Ceiling Plan

BM

8’

4. Learn and grow

bar file

bar

SA writer

huddle

data

Let’s face it. You may scoff at the noobs, but before you reached your level of awesome, you were a noob too.

file CO

test QA

QA

war rm

studio ART

ART

Bios Group knows that everyone around the world plays and each individual brings a new sense of richness to the game play and gaming experience.

After many attempts of achieving a suitable diagram, the finalized version is shown in a more legible manner.

direct close far acoustical privacy

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Campfire Personal Table. Turnstone. 1’7.5” x 1’2” x 2’2”

Lounge chairs. Tabisso. 2’ 1.59” x 2’8.28” x 2’8.28”

Rocky. 5D Studio. 2’1” x 1’10” x 3’

Wonky

Fusion Supermatte. Designtex. Partitions between offices.

Adams. Richlite. Typical workstations.

Cloud 9 Bisque #5. Arc-Com. Letter chairs and Loopita seating.

WMSilver12. Rudy. Reception’s parcel ledge.

Black Diamond. Richlite. Large war room tabletop.

Neopolitan Plyboard. Smith & Fong. Flooring in collaborative spaces.

The success to a software company is the ease of controls and playing satisfaction. High quality graphics are a must in order to lead you to Platinum level.

chairs

Wonky Chair. Studio Lawrence. 1’2.17” x 1’2.17” x 2’11.03”

NL Weena 760 A 3014 DA Rotterdam the Netherlands +31 (0)10 2250464 UK 6 Ellerslie Road W12 7BW London United Kingdom +44 (0)20 83542667 info@studiolawrence.com www.studiolawrence.com

2. Play nice; be fair

Fusion Supermatte. Designtex. Partitions between offices.

We firmly believe in maintaining respect and integrity between players, colleagues, and even your mouse. That poor thing.

Amber Flat Grain Plywood. Smith & Fong. Campfire Personal desk treatment.

P

After going through the process of laying out each space, the designer achieved a layout that best suited the given program. The layout above proved to be the most suitable for the given space due to its ability to accommodate each space while considering fire egress.

Chocolate Edge Grain Plywood Smith & Fong. Ceiling treatment.

3. Gameplay and quality

Last Supper Table. Studio Lawrence. 12’9.5” x 3’1.7” x 2’5.52”

Actual leg used.

P

1. Let out the inner nerd

View of Reception Area.

Deep down, everyone’s a nerd. No need to deny it. Each person’s enthusiasm helps transform Bios Group.

View of Large War Room.

Loopita. Kerozene Design. 25’10” x 12’

C1. Chocolate Edge Grain

FRN1: 6350 Caesarstone

FRN2: Amber Edge

FRN3: Adams

STAKS 003. First Office. 10’ x 6’6” x 2’6” overall

Lounge chairs. Tabisso. 2’ 1.59” x 2’8.28” x 2’8.28”

Most suitable furniture layout for the given space due to size of furniture, personal space, and fire egress.

Walnut on cherry. Herman Miller. Loopita exterior treatment.

Host Storage. FP Design. 5’2” x 2’4” x 2’6”

Kart Nesting Chairs. 5D Studio. 2’4” x 1’8” x 3’

Adams. Richlite. Typical workstations.

Topo Freestanding Table. Metro Design Group. 1’8” D x 1’6” H

FRN4: Square 101

FRN7: Fusion Supermatte

FRN5: Brushed Aluminum FRN6: WMSilver12

F2: Havana Ply

F1: Neopolitan Plyboard

FA006-G. Pionite. Worksurfaces.

FRN10: Walnut on cherry FRN11: Cloud 9

W1. Existing Brick

F2

F1

FRN8: Brown stone FRN9: Black Diamond

F2

F1

F1

FRN5 F1

F2

F1

FRN9

Ethereal light.

The ephemeral effect of lighting that skits around and at times hidden provides an adventurous atmosphere.

Bacterioptica. MadLab.

P

Brownstone. Herman Miller. Task seating.

P

FRN6

FRN3 F1

F2

FRN10

FRN11

F1

Section A-A

View of Typical Workstation.

View of Huddle Space.

Private Office; ICrete Office; Los Angeles, California

Spontaneous.

The expected is unwanted. The unknown is most welcome and highly treasured among creatures.

Section A-A

0’ 2’

8’

Section B-B

0’ 2’

0’ 2’

8’

0’ 2’

8’

Materials board.

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Section B-B Section A-A

0’ 2’

F1

8’

8’

Elevation C

0’ 2’

8’ Artist

Huddle Artist

Test Lab

Tech. Writer

Tech. Writer

File Storage

Huddle

Break Room

Help Desk

1

A108

Bar QA Tester Studio

UP

Data Center 1

Galley

System Admin.

War room A109 Waiting

Software Dir.

Copy

Reception

2

A108 Principal

Accountant

Software Developers Conference

1

Administrator Assistant

S_Level 1_Furn Plan 1/8" = 1'-0"

Bar Brand Market Manager

Huddle War Room


Les Cols Restaurant

Located at 205-207 East Broad Street, Richmond, VA Original location in Catalonia Owner/Chef and son want to move to VA and adapt to Virginia cuisine while maintaining Catalonian cuisine Design based on surrealism after exploring with juxtapositions Juxtapositions of the furniture material, place setting, high-end cuisine to location, etc.

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PRODUCED BY AN PRODUCED AUTODESK BY STUDENT AN AUTODESK PRODUCT STUDENT PRODUCT

3

flat V3

2

2

10

A106

10

A106

flat

6

6

2

3

A106

6

flat

3

A106

A106

V1

10

A106

2.

3. 14' - 0"

1. V2

14' - 0" bar

bar

4.

4.

ramp

bar

ramp

ramp ste/fry

sal/des ste/fry

sal/des

5. 3.

ste/fry

2.

6.

sal/des

V4

5. 1

1.

Level 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

1

ramp

Level 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

ramp

V2. View from Broad Street First Floor Plan Level 1 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

0’

2’

8’

Residential Legend: 1. Main entrance 3. Living room 5. Master bedroom

N

Restaurant Legend: 1. Main entrance 3. Booth seating 5. Bar seating

ramp

2. Bedroom/Studio 4. Dining/Kitchen

2. Dining room 4. Bar 6. Kitchen

V1. View of dining table and bar

V4. View from hostess stand

V3. View from back entrance

dim

escape

fantasy

airy

illusion

contradictory

dreamscape

entice

subtle

mixture

clear

vision

distinct

blur

Section 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

2

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

SURREALISM

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

2

reality

Section 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

View of custom alcohol storage

5

Section 4 1/8" = 1'-0"

5

Section 4 1/8" = 1'-0"

Restaurant

4

View of bar

Section 3 1/8" = 1'-0"

4

Section 3 1/8" = 1'-0"

3

Section 2 1/8" = 1'-0"

3

Section 2 1/8" = 1'-0"

Residential

Mies table. Secchio. Luxe. Nydree flooring.

Fuoco. Trove. 9’ x 6’ pictured.

Moldable polyethylene terephthalate (PET). Clear specified.

Wire Cloth. Silver specified. Belleville Wire Cloth Co., Inc.

Ghost side chair. DWR. 35.5”H x 15”W x 15.5”D

Evolute table. Essenze. Pictured: 71.3”L x 31.9”W x 29.1”H. White legs and trim specified.

Ecco Bar stool. Janus et Cie. 18”W x 21.25”D x 48.75”H

Standard chair. Uhuru. Black specified. 17”L x 17”D x 39”H

Surrealism Definition of surrealism provided clearer idea of what exactly entails surrealism; juxtaposition.

Standard utensils have become victims of surrealism: a missing prong for a fork, a twist to the knife, and an abrupt end to a spoon.

Detail of custom alcohol storage. 6

{3D}

6

{3D}

Axonometric

6

{3D}

Diagrams of place setting.


CAD - Construction Documents

Drawings of Pollak Building room 415 Showed understanding of different line types Polished understanding of line weight Used dimension tool in a professional manner

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North Elevation Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

East Elevation Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

Architectural Floor Plan

Furniture Floor Plan

Reflected Ceiling Plan

Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0’’

Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0’’

Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0’’

South Elevation Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

West Elevation Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”


CAD - The Hoop

Tasked to redesign studio space into a suitable workspace for its users Total area around 2130 SF Pattern created with various line types and weights Pattern seen as an RCP that has overhead planes to accent major spaces Different line types and weights to give a sense of what the design could develop into Space split in half by a partition wall for the studious students and for the side that needs a break Various floor level changes are incorporated into the design to emphasis the overhead plane Spot rendering with material swatches to highlight design

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Inspiration of rectilinear shapes of varying line types and weights Furniture Plan Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0’’

Reflected Ceiling Plan Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0’’

North Elevation Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0’’ South Elevation Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0’’

East Elevation Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0’’

West Elevation Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0’’


Revit Construction Documents

Construction documents of Bios Group studio project Carefully arranged in a correct manner Dimensioned and tagged in a professional manner Created custom 18� x 24� title block Demonstrated understanding of ADA codes and guidelines

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Room Legend 113' - 11 3/16" 11' - 0 1/2"

11' - 0 1/2"

10' - 3 15/32"

11' - 0 1/2"

11' - 0 1/2"

11' - 0 1/2"

12' - 10"

0' - 2"

9' - 10 15/16"

5' - 9 1/16"

6' - 2"

0' - 11 5/8"

16' - 11 27/32"

2 A7.2

1' - 2" 2' - 11 1/2"

20' - 10 15/16"

UP

26' - 0 19/32" 11' - 4 25/32"

UP

12' - 10 9/16" 0' - 4"

6' - 2"

11' - 0 1/2"

14' - 8 3/4"

6' - 2"

11' - 0 1/2"

10' - 2 13/32"

11' - 0 1/2"

26' - 0 1/4"

A7.3 6' - 7 31/32" 11' - 6 7/32"

A7.1

3 1 A7.1

4

17' - 5" 7' - 7 1/2"

40' - 1 1/2"

0' - 6"

9' - 8 5/16"

6' - 2"

0' - 3 1/2"

2 5

6' - 10 17/32"

11' - 5 21/32"

4' - 11 5/8"

61' - 11 3/4"

2 3

6' - 0 5/8"

Workstations

21' - 10 1/4"

Workspace

War Room

11' - 7"

W Restroom

Room

5' - 4"

Reception Area

M Restroom

6' - 2"

Huddle

Galley

11' - 8"

File Storage

Copier

14' - 6"

Control Rm.

Conference

13' - 8 3/32"

Break Room

22' - 9 3/4"

A7.3 1

6' - 2" 2' - 7"

6' - 2"

1 A7.2

6' - 2"

Bios Group Color Blocking 3/16" = 1'-0"

6' - 2"

6' - 2"

6' - 2"

6' - 2"

6' - 2"

6' - 2"

6' - 2"

102' - 2 1/4"

1

3' - 9 3/4"

2 5

A7.1

1

3

Architecture level 2 3/16" = 1'-0"

5' - 10 5/32"

Masonry - Brick

A7.3

0' - 9 1/8"

1' - 5"

2' - 3 3/4"

Architecture Plan 3/16" = 1'-0"

1' - 0"

1

1

The building's existing structure was preserved; brick walls, garage doors, windows, and skylights. Industrial lighting fixtures were added to maintain the same feel of the space.

5' - 9 7/8"

4

12' - 5 21/32"

Glass

Glass

8' - 6 3/8"

Glass

Translucent glass walls are used throughout the space to provide privacy as well as offer visual connection to the rest of the space. The Head of each department is enclosed as acoustical privacy is necessary.

1' - 0"

3

Restroom 3/8" = 1'-0"

Glass

8' - 6 3/8"

3' - 1 9/32"

Glass

8' - 6 3/8"

16' - 0"

18' - 0"

5' - 0 11/16"

6' - 4 3/16"

4' - 0"

1

10' - 3 3/4"

2' - 6"

1-a 3/16" = 1'-0"

1

Elevation 1 - c 3/8" = 1'-0"

Elevation 1 - a 3/16" = 1'-0"

1' - 0"

Elevation 1 - d 3/8" = 1'-0"

3

3' - 0"

3' - 8 25/32"

Upper level serves as another space for collaboration.

1' - 4 3/4"

1' - 0"

Masonry - Brick

5' - 2 13/32"

5' - 2 19/32"

In comparison to the Heads, the rest of the office workers are not separated by a wall or partition in order to increase amounts of collaboration.

7' - 0"

3' - 6 3/16"

3' - 1 9/32"

Loopita adds a "wow" factor to the space by offering privacy to workers or another space to collaborate.

3' - 9 1/2"

2

10' - 3 3/4"

Glass 8' - 6 3/8"

Enlarged Workstations 3/8" = 1'-0"

1' - 0"

2' - 6 15/16"

2' - 4 3/16"

1' - 3"

2' - 10"

1

16' - 0"

18' - 0"

0' - 9 1/32"

13' - 5 1/32"

2' - 3 3/4"

1' - 6"

2' - 11 1/2"

Masonry - Brick

3' - 5"

2

Enlarged Workspace 3/8" = 1'-0" 2

Elevation 2 - a 3/8" = 1'-0"

5

Elevation 1 - b 3/16" = 1'-0"

Glass

Chairs arranged to spell "N00B" at the reception area.

8' - 0"

8' - 6 3/8"

Glass 8' - 6 3/8"

8' - 6 3/8"

Glass

The large war room in the center of the space acts as the "brain" or "core" of the space. Humorously, the table is called the Last Supper table paired with Wonky chairs.

1-b 3/8" = 1'-0"

Interior finish

T3 C2

T3

T2

S1

C2 T3

S5

D4

C5

C5

S6 3' - 6 1/2"

C1

S5

UP

T1

T2

C4

C4

C4

C4

L2

C4

C4

L3

3' - 6 1/8"

D3

LC

U2

7' - 8 3/32"

3

C4

C4

U3

3

M1

3' - 7 1/32"

D3

2' - 10 1/4" 3' - 10 1/16"

B2

B2

B2

12' - 0"

Linear Track Lighting

C1

S3

U4

2

D1

5

M3

D1 S6

S6

C2

C2

S1 S1

S2

A7.1

3 LC2

4

D1 S6

C2

A7.3

C2

1

T4

T2

B2

S4

C11

L2

6' - 2"

L4 L3

B2

L1

C7

S4

B2

Downlight - Recessed Can - 8" Incandescent 227V

Lighting Legend 3/16" = 1'-0"

D2

S6

S5

D2 S3

C1

D2

C1

C2

S1 S1 S3

T4

S2 C2

S6 D1

C2

C2 D1

D1

L1

L1

C9 C9

L1

L1

C5

S6 D1

1

Level 1 3/16" = 1'-0"

D3

C1

B2

C2

4' - 0"

2' - 10 1/4"

B2

D1

D5

4' - 0"

1 1' - 2 19/32"

M2

3' - 10 25/32"

4' - 0"

A7.3 B1 7' - 3 27/32"

L2

A7.3 C2

C4

4

5' - 9 19/32"

S6

C6

2

1

S5

T5

T2

5' - 3 1/8"

A7.1

C3

C3

2

5

S1 S1

C2

C8

B1

S5

S4

A7.3

C3

4' - 10 15/32"

3

C2

D2

S5

B1

2

5' - 9 19/32"

U1

C3

S1 S1 C3

C3

T3

C4

7' - 3 27/32"

C3

T2

S3

S4

B1

T2

C12 C14

T3

S3 3' - 9 9/16" S1

C13

D1

C3

T2

T2

D1

D1

6' - 0 7/8" B2

C12

D2 T3

C2

D1

C10

3' - 4"

4' - 6 3/16"

D2 T2

C5

4' - 6 1/32"

B2

B2

B2

5' - 10 5/16"

5' - 10 5/16"

5' - 10 5/16" 6' - 5 1/2"

5' - 0 3/16"

5' - 0 3/16"

5' - 0 3/16"

10' - 9 13/16"

10 1 12 6 2 1 1 1 1 1

5' - 3 1/8"

C7 T2

T2

15' - 6"

4 6

S6 T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 U1 U2 U3 U4

B1 7' - 3 27/32"

4' - 6 3/16"

B2

3' - 0 3/16"

last supper personal table quovis table circle table Steelcase Coalesse - Denizen - Table - Tablet files placeholder data counter fridge

S4 S5

B1 5' - 9 19/32"

12' - 1 1/2" B2

3' - 10 1/16"

Steelcase Coalesse - Topo - Storage - Pedestal Tower - 20'' W

C5

6 14

4' - 0"

Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1

8 10 5 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 12 6 3 1 1 6 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 2 5

pollak light B1 Downlight - B2 Recessed Can

3' - 0 3/16"

Level 1 Level 1

C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 L1 L2 L3 L4 LC LC2 M1 M2 M3 S1 S2 S3

Lighting Fixture Schedule Family Type Mark Count

15' - 6"

Level 1 Level 1 Level 1

15

Level Level 1 Level 1

10' - 8 23/32"

Level 1 Level 2 Level 2

C2

Count 5

10' - 9 13/16"

Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1

Type Mark C1

15' - 6"

Level 1

Furniture Schedule Family Steelcase Coalesse - Rocky - Seating - Five Star Base Chair Steelcase Coalesse - Kart - Seating - Nesting Chair Steelcase Coalesse - Kart - Seating - Cafe wonky chair letter O letter B Letter T letter N letter L letter W letter R number 3 number 1 number 7 angle table L table head desk L table no addon office reception desk loopita half to gather medium to gather large to gather small to gather connector angle to gather 3pc placeholder data4 placeholder data3 counter1 Steelcase Coalesse - Denizen - Table - Console host credenza 74 edited Steelcase Coalesse - Topo - Storage - Pedestal 20'' W

15' - 6"

Level Level 1

10' - 8 23/32"

4

12' - 5 21/32"

16' - 0"

Glass 8' - 6 3/8"

2' - 11 1/2"

1' - 3"

18' - 0"

1' - 0"

L1

T2

Furniture Plan 3/16" = 1'-0" 1

Mezzanine - Level 2 3/16" = 1'-0"


Revit Families

Modeled furniture from scratch Showcased understanding of the extrusion tool, reference planes, void extrusions, align, linear and aligned dimension Navigated Autodesk’s user interface Understood importance of what to model and what not to model Modeled at 1/2” = 1’ 0” scale

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3D View

Plan view Numbers and Letters Lounge chairs. Tabisso. 2’ 1.59” x 2’8.28” x 2’8.28”

3D View

Plan view STAKS 008 with add-on. First Office. 10’ x 6’6” x 2’6” overall

Custom Reception Desk. ~6’5” x 6’5 23/32” overall

Loopita. Kerozene Design. 25’10” x 12’


Portfolio Angeline Yang

2010 - 2012


Interior Design Portfolio 2010-2012