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YU-TING CHAO ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO Pratt Institute B.Arch’18


C H A O

Yu-ting Chao ychao193@pratt.edu cchaoyuting@gmail.com +1 917-330-9914 YU-TING CHAO cchaoyuting@gmail.com

Experience | PLAN A Architecture + Design PLLC | NY, USA

Jun’17 - present

Architectural Intern CUNY Farmingdale Roosevelt Hall, Long Island, NY Kaufman Astoria Studio, LIC, NY

Pratt Institute | NY, USA

May’16 - Dec’16

Architectural Research Assistant Assist researchers (professors) on graphic design and data collecting on a research reporting to NY DDC.

Sep’16 - Dec’16

Pratt Institute | NY, USA

HR Department Assistant Archive the confidential documents in HR office of Pratt Institute.

May’15 - Aug’15

CTJ Architect & Associates | New Taipei City, Taiwan

Architectural Intern Apartment, Linkou, Taiwan Competition for East Market (Taipei), Taipei, Taiwan

Skills | Rhinoceros

Maxwell

Powerpoint

Revit (BIM)

Photoshop

Excel

AutoCAD

InDesign

Mac OS Pages

SketchUp

Illustrator

Keynotes

Maya

Lightroom

Mandarin

V-ray

Microsoft Word

Italian

Education | Pratt Institute | School of Architecture | NY, USA

Sep, 2013 - present

Bachelor of Architecture (NAAB Accredited)

Current GPA: 3.617

Wuhan University | School of Urban Design | Wuhan, China Bachelor of Architecture, transferred

Sep, 2011 - Jun, 2013

GPA: 3.56

Honors | Design Work Included in Pratt SOA NAAB Accreditation Exhibition Dean’s List | Pratt Institute

Feb’16 FA’14 ; FA’13 ; Fa’15

President’s List | Pratt Institute

SP’15 ; SP’14

C & M Schade Endowed Scholarship

FA’15 - SP’16

Junge Memorial Scholarship

FA’14 - SP’15

Publication | In Process 20

SP’14; FA’14; FA’15; SP’16; FA’16


School Works

Columbia Boathouse * Pratt Graduate Dormitory * Wave Hill Academy NYC Cuisine Art Archive * ** Fun Palace: Interruption without Break * The Green Intersection FLORA and FAUNA: Istanbul Design I Design II *

Professional Works

Work samples from internships * Archived ** NAAB Exhibition


Connective Verticality Columbia Boathouse


The Columbia boathouse, located in Inwood, Manhattan, was first built in 1929, and was re-constructed in 2001 by Columbia University. Facing Spuyten Duyvil Creek and south end of Marble Hill, the site has an incredibly beautiful view of water, train track, a bridge, and hills. The mission of our re-design of the boathouse is to open up the once very exclusive varsity boathouse, to the locals of Inwood, and even the visitors from around the places visiting Inwood, and at the same time mantain the fundamental function of a boathouse -- to provide a training space for rowers and a storage space for the boats.

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Site Plan Yuting Chao

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Circulation and “In-Between” Space

Circulation and “In-Between” Spaces

There are four major “in-between” spaces, each defined by its function as following: the entrance, the lounge, the exterior garden, and the rowing tank room. These four spaces are the only ones that touch the ground in this project, surrunded by structural components, so that a great portion of ground floor space could be open to the public and given new programs by the public.

#4: Connect people with the #4: Connect people back with the outside exterior With rowing tank at the ground With rowing tank atlevel, thevisitors ground can see the tank room at the end of circulalevel, tion pathvisitors on the uppercan level. see the tank room at the end of circulation #3: Exterior Space path on“In-Between” the upper level. Open from the ground level outdoor green space, with bridges on the upper level, allowing the public circulation path through and leading varsity members to their locker rooms.

#3: Exterior “In-Between” Space Open from the ground level outdoor green space, with bridges on the upper level, allowing the public circulation path through and leading varsity members to their locker rooms. #2: Divide and Connect two Boat Storages

#2:Makes Divide and Connect two Boat Boat Storage Space flexible and make it possible for each team to use other Storages teams’ boat when necessary. Makes Boat Storage Space flexible and make it possible for each team to use other teams’ boats when necessary. #1: Bringing people into the building

#1: Bringing people into the Entrance stairway leads people from the building public park/ carway into the building level, and acts as an outdorr theatre during weekEntrance stairway leads people ends. from the public park/ carway into the building level, and acts as an outdoor theatre during weekends.

Massing of programmes


Ground Level Plan Upper Level Plan

Structural System

Zinc Coated CopperCopper Panels Zinc Coated Panels

Corrugated Metal Stack Metal Stack +Corrugated + Concrete Concrete 1

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Coach’s Lockers

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Short Section

Long Section


Pratt Graduate Dormitory team project


Serfaces exposed to N/W lighting or no lighting

Basic Sunpath

Fold to expose rooms to E/S lighting

Located at the corner of Myrtle Avenue and Grand Avenue in Brooklyn, two blocks away from Pratt Institute main campus, this graduate dormitory

Living Space

Serfaces exposed to E/S lighting

Circulation/ Others

Serfaces exposed to N/W lighting or no lighting

contains 120 single bedrooms within 54 apartment

Smooth the form Centralize the community

units, 3 student lounges, 1 public gellary, 1 centered public courtyard, 1 rear yard, 1 underground garage, and 2 small outdoor gardens. The goal is to design a building for maximizing nat-

Adjust the form to accomodate rooms

ural lighting in all of the bedrooms, and guaranteeing privacy within each unit for every student.

Serfaces exposed to N/W lighting or no lighting

The louver system (facade) traces the path of direct sunlight which would be harsh during summer, so that this system to some extent prevents glares and heat gain.

Open up courtyard to natural light

The overall design is to inspire the students and act as an architectural sculpture which relates back to the centered public sculpture garden. The sculpture

Rear Yard

Fold to expose rooms to E/S lighting

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garden is an idea derived from Pratt main campus, bringing a sense of community for Pratt students and the locals living around Pratt as well.

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Rear Yard

Public Gallery

Sculpture Garden

Lobby

Student Lounge #1

Public Gallery -Special Exhibition

Security Booth

Mailboxes

Ground FloorFloor Plan Ground Digital File

2nd Floor 2ndPlan Floor Digital File


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Student Lounge #2

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GEOEXCHANGE PATH HEATING & COOLING SYSTEM

Typical Floor 3rdPlan Floor Digital File

PANEL ASSEMBLY

Typical Double Height Unit Digital File


Fire Stairs

Car Path

Elevators/ Open stairs

Public Circulation

Transfer Beams

Footings

Resodents’ Circulation

CIRCULATION

ORGANIZATION

STRUCTURE

Columns

Foundation Columns

Transfer Beams

Footings

CIRCULATION

Located at the corner of Myrtle Avenue and Grand Avenue in Brooklyn, two blocks away from Pratt Institute main campus, this graduate dormitory contains 120 single bedrooms within 54 apart-

Fire Stairs

Car Path

ment units, 3 student lounges, one public gellary,

Elevators/ Open stairs

Public Circulation

one center courtyard, one rear yard, one underPrivate

Semi Public

Semi Private

Public

Resodents’ Circulation

ground garage, and two small gardens.

ORGANIZATION

The goal is to design a building for maximizing natural lighting in all of the bedrooms, andOUTDOOR guaran-SPACE teeing privacy within each unit for every student. The louver system traces the path of direct sunlight which would be harsh during summer, so that the system prevents glares and heat gain. The overall Rear Yard

Sculpture Garden

for Student design is to inspire the students and acts as an ar-

chitectural sculpture which relates back to the public sculpture garden. The sculpture garden is an idea

Fire Stairs

Car Path

derived from Pratt main campus, bringing a sense

Elevators/ Open stairs

Public Circulation

Resodents’ Circulation

of community for Pratt students and the locals.

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East Elevation Digital File


South Elevation Digital File

Short Section Digital File


COLD AIR GEOEXCHANGE PATH HEATING & COOLING SYSTEM

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DETAILED WALL

PANEL ASSEMBLY

3 1/4”

10’-1 1/2”

12’-0” METAL SQUARE TUBE 2” X 4” I-BEAM BOLTED TO FLOOR PLATE I-BEAM TO CONNECT PANELS WHITE POWDER COATED CAPPED PIPE

SCALE 1/2” = 1’ TYPICAL UNIT FACADE ELEVATION SECTION THROUGH FRONT FACADE

Render View Digital File Approach of Facede Wood Model

SCALE 1/2” = 1’ TYPICAL SHADING SYSTEM ELEVATION

Approach of Facede 3D Printed Model


Photos Physical Model


Wave Hill Academy


Spaces work as filters to protect people from surroundings due to different functions, while they also work as mediums through which people experience both nature and the sequence of spaces.

Bird’s Eye View Physical Model


Plan - Upper Level 01

02 Offices

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Gallery Lecture Space

Courtyard

Studios

Classrooms

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1/16 “ - 1’0”

Plan - Upper Level Digital File This botanic academy is an education center attached to Wave Hill public garden, aiming at bringing people to nature while they go through the building. Visitors get to experience nature by going through walls and walls, which are defined as “Filtering Mediums”. At the same time, visitors themselves are being filtered by these thick walls due to privacy level of spaces.


Axonometric Diagrams 01

Fields of Interaction

02 Offices Retaining walls as “Filtering Medium”

Entry

Gallery Public

Lecture Space

Semi-Public Private

Courtyard

Studios

Classrooms

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1/16 “ - 1’0”

Visitor Circulation

Yu-ting Chao// Intermediate Design II// Spring 15// Frederic Levrat

Private

Plan - Lower Level Digital File

2nd Layer - Shells 1st Layer - Retaining Walls / Vertical Elements Horizontal Elements Beams


Long Section Digital File


Short Section Digital File

Render Views Digital File


NYC Cuisine Art Archive *selected for Pratt SOA NAAB Exhibition

FOR THE PRO Full-storage of NYC Cuisine History; Latest News on NYC food; Restaurant Management Courses; Accredited Cooking Courses.

FOR THE PUBLIC Free information of NYC Cuisine History; Latest NYC food trend; Daily Family Kitchen (cooking classes); Weekly Food Event; Monthly Cuisine Topic

Exterior Render View Digital File


Conversation with the Archive

Circulation & Archive

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Division of Study/ Research Space

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All Accesses of the Archive

Archive

Archive Space as Database

Internal Conversations Conversation between People

External Conversations The Combination

Auditorium

Exploded Axonometric Drawing “Conversation between Spaces� Digital File

The Conversations

Service


Circulatory Circulation Circulation System System System

Merge ofProgrammes Programmes Merging Merging of of Programmes along Circulation during during Circulation Circulation

ElevatorsElevators Elevators Fire Stairs Fire Stairs Fire Stairs Main Stairs Main Stairs Main Stairs Exhibition Exhibition Routine Routine Exhibition Routes Top Terrace Top Terrace

Top Terrace

Study Center Study (Pro) Center (Pro) Study Center (Pro)

Exhibition Exhibition - Future - Future Exhibition - Future

Partition Partition andWalls Skin and Skin Partiotion

Interior Walls Interior Walls Interior Walls

Exterior Exterior Skin Exterior SkinSkin

Exhibition Exhibition - Present-- Present Exhibition Present

Exhibition Exhibition - PastExhibition - Past - Past

Study Center Study Center Study Center

Structural Structural System System Structural System

Archive Archive Archive

Load-bearing Load-bearing Load-bearing Walls Walls Walls

Restaurant The Restaurant The Restaurant

Lobby Lobby Beams fixed Beams in walls fixed in walls Beams fixed in walls

Lobby The CafeThe CafeCafe

Spans Spans Spans Cantilevers Cantilevers Cantilevers Auditorium Auditorium Auditorium


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Auditorium down down to MTA up

Lobby

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Plan 1

Ground Floor Plan Digital File

Archive

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Archive - Pro

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Grand St.

Chrystie St.

South Elevation Digital File

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Study / Research Space

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Exhibition - Past

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75 ft.

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Rooftop 2

Plan 2

60 ft.

48 ft. Study Center

Plans - #1 #2 Conversation between Spaces

42 ft.

Terrace #1

Yu-ting Chao // Intermediate Design I // Fall 14 // Christian Lynch

24 ft. Exhibition: Past

12 ft.

Grand St.

Chrystie St.

Grand St. +- 0 ft.

Sections Digital File

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84 ft.

Conversation between Spaces

Yu-ting Chao // Intermediate Design I // Fall 14 // Christian Lynch


Perspective View Physical Model

Building w/o Skin Physical Model


Street Corner View Physical Model

Interior Render View Digital File


Interruption without Break Fun Palace: Coney Island


What do we talk about when we talk about “fun”? In 1950s Cedric Price created the “Fun Palace” to break the boundary between social classes. Nowadays, in a modern society where most people have far more social freedom and less flexibility of schedule, than at the time of Price, “fun” turns out to be a concept that includes unusual events that do not often happen in people’s day-to-day life. The reason why Price’s “Fun Palace” is seen as a ground-breaking design proposal at his time, is that it appeared as an “interruption” (a “pagan”) in the 1950s society. With that being said, what is the “unusual” for Coney Island nowadays? What leads to “fun” through interrupting the existent? The existing fabric of the site is a gradient composed of both urban and natural conditions. The layering of the urban (the city) -- boardwalk (a walkway between the two) -- the nature (beach), is the signature of Coney Island, rarely accepting any forms of interruption. The receptor of “fun” here, is the people who visit the site. Therefore, to create “fun”, is to produce the “interruption” in people’s perspective. In my proposal, with educational and leisure programs alongside, a new way to travel from the urban context to the nature is created underneath the boardwalk without ruining the historical layering of fabric. Above stand two theaters, whose program is related to the existent activities of Coney Island (performances), and whose form (building) “interrupts” the long, linear boardwalk view, by breaking it through creating a contrast of light and shadow. This complex “interrupts” the usual perspective of boardwalk, provides new perspectives between human and nature, and last but not least, creates the communication of “viewing” and “being viewed” between people located in different spaces.


Semi-Public Space Performance Space Library


Sections: Through Library/ Through Underpass Digital Files


Library

Top View Physical Model Garden

Plan: Lower Level


Theatre 1

Theatre 2 Activity Space

Lobby

Plan: Boardwalk Level

Plan: Upper (theatre) Level


Ways of going through the building Physical Model

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.. .. Library unveiled Physical Model


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Poster for the project Digital File


Greening Istanbul: The Green Intersection Worldwide cities are expanding; people are attracted to aspects of urban life that promise connectivity, (upward) mobility, diversity and efficiency as well as productivity. According to research guided by interdisciplinary teams 53 % of the world’s population lives in the cities... by 2050 it is expected that the share of urban dwellers will reach 70%. Analysis of mega, endless, cities reveal that they all have different opportunities and challenges; for example, a city with a compact footprint is likely to achieve greater efficiency than other with a more linear development. Istanbul’s trajectory has been nothing but unusual: The physiognomy of Istanbul is linear; it is spread on both sides of the Bosporus and keeps on growing/expanding... In fact the City and State boundaries have merged. Status Qua in Istanbul is that the share of green space and parks are only 1.5% of the city’s footprint (Another statistic showed this number as 2.2%), while the numbers are 14% in New York City and even 41% in Hongkong. So, how can we stop/slow down the change, the ambient temperature rise, lessen the impact of extreme weather patterns and contribute toward a healthy urban environment? How can the heat island effect be reduced and a city that has succumbed to extensive urban development with merely a green surface area be cooled off? Perhaps now, innovative strategies can re-establish lost equilibrium between natural and built environments.


Unaccessible Green Spaces Public Parks Metro Stations Colleges/ Universities Hospitals Busy Main Streets

Map of Istanbul: General Info | Greening Istanbul

Yu-ting Chao | SU 16 Design 400 | Prof. Zehra Kuz


According to a research done by MIT and ICLEI, on the issue of cities seeking to reduce the emissions throughout sectors, “cities generally focous first on buildings (89%), public fleet of motor vehicles (72%), and waste reduction (55%). Next, the focous falls to residential energy (48%), policies and programs for sustainable residential buildings (36%) and increased use of public transport (36%). Reducing the use of private motor vehicles -- a goal for 22% of cities, and creating local services and businesses -- a goal for only 18% of cities, were low on the list, identifying an area of key action as city leaders look to put their cities on the path to sustainable growth.” The chart below shows where cities have made measurable emissions reduction (global results). The map on the left shows the major public buildings and average traffic conditions in Istanbul (focused in Şişli, Beşiktaş, Üsküdar, and Kadıköy).

So, what if the use of private motor vehicles could be reduced, through a solution which could make it easier for the local to get access to public transportation, and at the same time makes it more inviting of an idea of commuting?


With the emphasis on raising the usage of public transportation, a neighborhood is looked into because of its potential to have forced conviction take place, and a heavy-loaded traffic intersection. Meanwhile, green space, public accessible or not, has been looked into so that on the map the easiness of pollination could be shown through offset green hatches. In order to make a connection between those green spaces, to “Green Istanbul�, one intersection is chosen, because of the multiple bus stations and metro stations around.

Public-Accessible Parks Inaccessible Green Area (e.g. Cemetrey) Network of Potential Pollination Potential Forced Eviction Area Planned/ Completed Forced Eviction Area

Map of Istanbul: Pollination + Potential Eviction | Greening Istanbul

Map of Istanbul | Greening Istanbul

Yu-ting Chao | SU 16 Design 400 | Prof. Zehra Kuz

Yu-ting Chao | SU 16 Design 400 | Prof. Zehra Kuz


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Pollination Network

Pollination Network

Unaccessible Green Spaces

Unaccessible Green Spaces

Public Parks

Public Parks

Empty Lots

Empty Lots

Large-scale Constructions

Large-scale Constructions

Potential Forced Eviction Neighborhoods

Potential Forced Eviction Neighborhoods

Sapce needed to make “Connection“

Sapce needed to make “Connection“

500M

1 KM

Metro Station Entrance Bus Stops Schools

Maps of Southern Sisli | Greening Istanbul

Yu-ting Chao | SU 16 Design 400 | Prof. Zehra Kuz


LEGEND Subway Station Entrance Bus Stop School Hospital Istanbul Bilgi University Large-scale Construction Pollination Range Non-public Green Area Potential Forced Eviction Area

The intersection is chosen as a potential spot where increased usage of public transportaion can take place and more “green� can be placed. By connecting the bus stops and metro station entrances, some possible shortcuts for pedestrians and commuters are drawn. Lifted up, these shortcut lines weave together and form a surface above the busy intersection that could be dangerous for pedestrians.


This elevated garden acts not only as an urban green space, but also as a safer and more inviting way to get from one side of roads to another. Shortcut lines frame lots of green lands and those above the traffic islands are designed to bear deeper soil layers providing bases for large trees because they are free of the truck clearance (14’).

Those thicker soil layers enable the existance of “forests” in this elevated park. In section, these taller trees surround lawns and people on them, giving a feeling of being next to forests instead of a highway that is lack of green.


BEFORE


AFTER


FLORA and FAUNA : Istanbul This diagram serves the project “Greening Istanbul� as a reference for selection of vegetations (trees/ bushes/ flowers/ ivies). Data are carefully collected upon researchs and gathered to be presented as an informative diagram by team members.


Each dashed line represents the time span of existence of certain vegetations, insects, or birds. Thus the denser the lines, the more diversed the eco situationof that time frame.


Design I Interact + Dance = INTERDANCE

Units dance together, touching and intersecting according to a density rule whereby gravitational attraction is more intense towards the centre and less intense at the periphery, in a self-bounding universe.

Universe Density Axonometric Drawing Ink Pen on Mylar


Dancing Rhythm Synthetic Drawing Lead on Vellum Thicker basswood sticks are placed in and near the gravitational center, to show the density difference.

Gravity System Physical Model Basswood

Interdance Synthetic Drawing Lead on Vellum White bristol parts are taking the place of dancing blocks. Squares in bristols are representing the negative space which is not occupied. “Negative� Interdance Physical Model Bristol


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YU-TING, CHAO

SCALE Not To Scale

SEQUENTIA

Both additive and subtractive models are interpreting the idea of the neologism “Interdance” based on the previous drawings from excercises. In the center of this universe, cubes carve into each other more due to the “gravitational” rule. The original component is taken from the negative space of the additive model. Each arm’s angle varies in the components. Sequence Grid Photography (Additive Model)

The way components are composed together is a spiral arrangement, and each component carves part of another, idicating the concept of “INTERDANCE”.

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SCALE Not To Scale

SEQUENTIAL DIAGRAMS

ABIGAIL COOVER HUME


Sequence Grid Photography (“Folly” Pavilion)

Sequence Diagram Composition of “Folly” Pavilion Rhino Drawing

Hybrid Components Model + Subtractive Model Components carved out from the “Subtractive Model” and the “Components Model” compose the “Folly” Pavilion. “Arms” from components model turn out to be the “bridges” in the folly pavilion, forming a route for circulation.

YU-TING, CHAO

SCALE Not to Scale

FINAL REVIEW / FALL 2013

“Slices” cut out from subtractive model are the solid floors or walls in the folly pavilion, creating shelter and platform for the visiters. Sequence Diagram shows the rhythm of connecting all the components and how they “dance” together. Sequence Grid is the process of visitors’ vision from “being blocked” to “being free” when they folloe the routine indicated by “bridges”.

YU-TING, CHAO

SCALE 3/4" = 1"

Section Rhino Drawing

FINAL REVIEW / FALL 2013

ABIGAIL COOVER HUME

“Folly” Pavilion Physical Model Museum Board, Basswood

ABIGAIL COOVER HUME


Design II Studio of Fusion

This studio is designed for two occupants: the father and the daughter. The father, Matthew, is a photographer who needs a professional darkroom and loves taking photos of his daughter. The daughter, Cara, wants to be an athletes to attend Olympic Games, who has a spatious gym for exercising.


Long Section Digital File

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Section II - Spaces for One or Two The Studio of Fusion

Yu-ting Chao / Design II / Sp14 / Robert Brackett III


3 pm

5 pm

1 pm

The Gym (Exercising)

10 am

3 pm

Light Temperature Moderate-Lighted Moderate (Medium Part) (Medium Part)

8 am

1 pm

10 am 1 pm

The Reading Room pm & Read) (To3Relax Light Full-Lighted (Brightest Part)

The Darkroom (Film developing & Storage)

Temperature Warm (Highest Part)

Light Not Lighted (Darkest Part) Temperature Cool (Lowest Part) Analysis - Daily Lighting The Studio of Fusion

5 pm

Yu-ting Chao / Design II / Sp14 / Robert Brackett III The Gym (Exercising) 5 pm The Gym

Light Temperature Moderate-Lighted Moderate (Medium Part) (Medium Part)

The Darkroom (Film developing & Storage) Light Not Lighted (Darkest Part) Temperature Cool (Lowest Part) Analysis - Daily Lighting The Studio of Fusion

Analysis - Daily Lighting The Studio of Fusion

(Exercising) Light Moderate-Lighted (Medium Part)

The Darkroom (Film developing & S Light Not Lighted (Darkest Part) Temperature Cool (Lowest Part)


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The Gym (Exercising) Light Temperature Moderate-Lighted Moderate (Medium Part) (Medium Part)

The Darkroom (Film developing & Storage) Light Not Lighted (Darkest Part)

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The Reading Room (To Relax & Read) Light Full-Lighted (Brightest Part) Temperature Warm (Highest Part)

Temperature Cool (Lowest Part)

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Professional Practice Works


Examples of Render Works 2017


Jinshan Apartment Under Construction loc: New Taipei City, Taiwan C.T.J. Architect & Associates.

Render View by Yuting Chao


Typical Floor Plans drawn by Yuting Chao


Other Examples of Works Proposal for NTUST Dormitory in Hsin-Chu Campus Competition loc: Hsin-Chu City, Taiwan C.T.J. Architect & Associates.

Render View by Yuting Chao


Site Plan /Diagram /Render by Yuting Chao


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