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PORTFOLIO | works from

Yu Lu

2011-2018

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Portfolio | works from

Yu Lu 2011-2018

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Introduction

Yu Lu


| Intro | My name is Lu Yu. Graduated as Master of Architecture in TU Delft, Netherlands. I am a registered architect, currently living and working in Amsterdam. With four years of working experience in four different offices of various scales, I have a wide range of project profile with a practical, hands-on approach, from housing to public building and interior renovation. I am passionate about design. Various international working experience provides me with sufficient project cordinations skills.


| Curriculum vitae | curriculum vitae

education

09/2011-10/2013

name

Yu Lu

born

August 8, 1987, China

phone

0031 (0)618505550

email

studionephrite@gmail.com

address

Mauritskade 16k, 1091 GC, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands | Master Architecture Studio: interiors, buildings and cities; public buildings Design: rehabilitation clinic Rotterdam, mediateque Casablanca Thesis: ‘activate waiting’

02/2008-08/2008

České vysoké učení technické v Praze, Czech | Erasmus exchange Erasmus program at Czech Technical University, Praha

work experience

09/2006-07/2011

Zhejiang University, China | Bachelor of Architecture

10/2017- present

Architect at Olaf Gipser Architects, Amsterdam Architecture office in Amsterdam. The office apporach design in a methodological, systematic, and necessarily interdisciplinary way. Projects including visitor center, housing, private house etc.

09/2014- 09/2017

Architect at Inbo architecture, Amsterdam Design & Build firm for urban design, architecture and landscape design in Amsterdam. Projects include schools, hotels, offices, libraries and housing. Worked on concept and definite design phase.

12/2013-08/2014

Architecture assistent at Tekton Architecten, Amsterdam Architecture office in Amsterdam with dutch and international projects. Worked on urban planning, landscape and architectural concept design and detailing.

05/2010-08/2010

Internship at ‘the third studio, China Architecture Design & Research Group’, Beijing Drafting in the collaboration project of the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Dalian between China Design & Research Group and Goettsch Partners (GP). Work included construction drawings of plans, elevations and detailing.

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curriculum vitae

projects

09/2016-01/2017

Apartment tower project in Guangzhou working on a 300 unit housing project for Vanke Guangzhou, from urban design to unit layout.

07/2015-11/2015

1st prize tender (under construction, inbo) Utrecht University Interior renovation Padulaan, a interior renovation project for two buildings of Faculty of Economics and Management Utrecht University.

awards

09/2014-12/2014

1st prize tender (inbo) nieuwbouw Faculteit Sociale Wetenschappen a design of a new faculty building for Radboud University in Nijnmingen.

09/2012-10/2013

Master graduation rehabilitation clinic ‘change passive into active’design a rehab clinic for the disabled, in the city center of Rotterdam.

09/2011-02/2012

Public Building studio Mediateque ‘merging with streetlife’design a mediateque for the city of Casablanca, research about public space and life in Casablanca.

09/2010-07/2011

Bachelor graduation project ‘intervention and transformation of Matadero, a former slauterhouse in Madrid, Spain.

02/2008-06/2008

First prize in student research training program First prize in exchange student scholarship Excellent academic scholarship

publication

ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY WORKSHOP II, Future Arquitecturas

software

Vectorworks

language

CAD Rhino / Sketchup Revit Chinese English Dutch

interests

Phtoshop Indesign Illustrator

MS Office iWork Final Cut

native fluent basic

sociology, anthropology, politics, drawing and sketching, photography, guitar, pipa (traditional Chinese instrument)

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Professional | Project : Wedding pavillion | Limburg | 2017


Project

Wedding pavilion Design & Build

Project location Client

Limburg, NL Wijngoed fromberg voerendaal, NL

Partner

Daemen Houtfabriek, Academie voor Bouwkunst Amsterdam

Professional | Project : Wedding pavillion | Limburg | 2017


| Project description | There are 172 wine makers in Limburg, Netherlands. We, a team of young architects, helped one of the vineyards owner to build a spacial sequence for wedding ceremony in the hilly landscape. Wooden chapel contained a diamond shape floor plan with wood bricks support the beams at the opening. With playful openings, it forms a sequence of space that lead to the chapel area. It is a multifunction wall, which combined seating/lighting and walking paths. This project is an experiment for an interesting topic in the architecture discourse. In modern industrial society, solid wood construction where heterogeneity of timber is considered a disadvantage in construction. Wood industry utilises expensive processes in order to overcome rather than exploit natural wood properties. In this project we suggest a different approach. We developed a proposed wood tectonics based on harnessing material behaviour induced by the slope in the context. 1. Sort and categorisation existing materials is the first step. 2. Explore every category according to texture/ shape/ color etc. concerning stability, structure, formal expressions and function. 3. Make a design using categorised materials and take advantage of the differences in shape. 4. Work with context and topography

Professional | Project : Wedding pavillion | Limburg | 2017


Professional | Project : Wedding pavillion | Limburg | 2017


Professional | Project : Wedding pavillion | Limburg | 2017


Professional | Project : Wedding pavillion | Limburg | 2017


Professional | Project : Wedding pavillion | Limburg | 2017


Professional | Project : Wedding pavillion | Limburg | 2017


Professional | Project : Wedding pavillion | Limburg | 2017


Professional | Project : Wedding pavillion | Limburg | 2017


Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


Public Building

Project Architect:

Social Science Faculty Nijmingen Jeroen Simons Wilco van Oosten

Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


| Project description | Small-scale and bridging students and researchers, departments and teaching activities. Warm ambiance through the use of lots of wood. Maintaining a human scale by fitting perfectly in the landscape, by the form of the building and by the construction of the façade in which two stories are seemingly joined by large white frames. This characterises the new Faculty of Social Sciences.

Today’s university is more than a server that enables people to study at all times and places. It is an inspiring work and study environment with spaces for meeting and relaxing. A sustainable and sound building - sufficiently energyneutral – that upholds its responsibilities for the future.

Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


| building as a connection and meeting place in the campus

| bridge as a connection to two courtyards

| courtyards as unique inner environment

Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


| Covered courtyard study space |

Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


| Lowered path for the main entrance |

Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


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Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015

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Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


| Facade integration for better proportion |

Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


| Path going under the building and combination of two level facade to enhance the pavillion feeling |

Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


Professional | Public Building : Social Science Faculty | Nijnmingen | 2015


Utrecht center

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


Renovation

Padualaan

Interior renovation for two faculty buildings in Utrecht

Project location Client Size

Utrecht BAM 40.000 m2

Team

Jeroen Simons, Maarten Hooijmeijer, Mark Bollen, Arnold Homan, Erik Berg

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


| Project description | Two 1990s school buildings at the HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht have been renovated and re-designed into an inviting and inspiring educational environment. The creative technology world in building 99 and the social study programme in building 101. The main path on the first floor connects all the building parts, resulting in a comprehensive knowledge organisation. Informal individual study corners adjacent to this main path invite people to meet and converse.

The renovation design of both buildings is totally based on a life-cycle concept. The facilities and the building management system, as well as the objectification, were not designed for the moment of delivery, but rather for optimal use, management and maintenance in the many years to come.

| Before renovation|

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015

Begane grond


| Concept scheme | Library

Institutionplein

Horeca

Begane grond

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015

Office


| Increase the transparency of ramp area |

| Renovation design |

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


| Central Stair |

| Old situation |

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


| Horeca as a meeting place |

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


| dynamic corridor space |

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


| Library design |

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


| Library design |

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


| Back entrance design |

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


Institutionplein on BG After renovation

old situation Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


| Design for materials change in corridor |

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


| Construction site inspection |

Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


Professional | Renovation : HU University of Applied Sciences | Utrecht | 2015


Professional | Project : Koopman office building | Amsterdam | 2013


Office

Koopman

Office Building Design

Project location Client Size

Amsterdam Koopman international 40.000 m2

Project Architect

Bert Tjhie

Professional | Project : Koopman office building | Amsterdam | 2013


| Project description | We were asked to design an office building for Koopman international B.V. in a newly developing area in Amsterdam Noord. Circular economy and sustainble way of working and living is a theme for the new area. In order to have an

office building with strong identity, we propose to cancel the railing and replace it with perforated aluminum panels with koopman logo on it. A pattern design was made to incorperate koopman logo in a graphical way.

Professional | Project : Koopman office building | Amsterdam | 2013


Professional | Project : Koopman office building | Amsterdam | 2013


| Reference and realization | The safety requirement of the railing imposes perforation limits to the panel. Different ratio of perforation and mass were tested to match the requirement and reference projects helped to determain the look and transparency of the product. The end result forms a very strong image of the building and a good graphic on the facade.

| Looks of different ratio of perforation |

Professional | Project : Koopman office building | Amsterdam | 2013


| Finish look |

Professional | Project : Koopman office building | Amsterdam | 2013


| Facade from the waterside |

Professional | Project : Koopman office building | Amsterdam | 2013


Professional | Project : Koopman office building | Amsterdam | 2013


Professional | Public Building : Community Center | Shanghai | 2016


Project

Community Center Shanghai Archive Building Design

Project location Client Size

Shanghai Shanghai Hongkou district 12, 000 m2

Project Architect

Mark Dekker

Professional | Public Building : Community Center | Shanghai | 2016


Option 3 Vertical garden 方案三 云中花园

| Vertical Garden concept |

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Professional | Public Building : Community Center | Shanghai | 2016


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Professional | Public Building : Community Center | Shanghai | 2016


| Wrap with green concept |

Professional | Public Building : Community Center | Shanghai | 2016


Professional | Public Building : Community Center | Shanghai | 2016


| The lantern concept |

Professional | Public Building : Community Center | Shanghai | 2016


Professional | Public Building : Community Center | Shanghai | 2016


Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


Project

In Between

Mediateque in Casablanca

Tutors:

Tom Avermaete

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


| Model |

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


| In Between | Design in a different culture requires different attitude and a deep understanding of the location and context. In Casablanca, intimate spaces and covered spaces are valued greatly and have huge impact on the organization of the public life. My building explore the way of intergrating the intimate and in between spaces of the Casablanca streets and create a new way of contemporary public life in the city.

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


| Context | Casablanca is a fascinating city with three main area’s that influencing the city in their own way. Observation in Casablanca told us that shadow is an important factor for making public life in Casablanca comfortable. With creating a lot of corners and shadow places in an and around the building, the public is able to ‘temporary occupy’ places in the building. The special attention is paid to bringing the art scene to the public of Casablanca. One can find gallery spacesthrough the whole building. This is the position for the design of a mediateque and how to merge the mediateque with the street life of Casablanca.

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


| Merging with streetlife | The city has three main areas that influencing itself in their own way: the old Medina, the French part of the city and the growing Modern area. The metioned three main areas, each with its own strong character are basically meeting at the train station Gare du Port, a central point in the city, adjacent to the Port. This location offers a platform for a bruising intervention that connects the tree areas and the rich and diversity of people the city owns.

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


| Concept | From research in Casablanca we can tell that the city has a vivid street life. The public is inhabiting the street and with doing so, craeting space of collectiveness. A western model for a mediatheque would not work in Morocco, therefore we developed a mediateque with an open character. By cutting the program in a lot of spaces, and interlocking this spaces with each other again, we managed to create an constant routing that flows to the diversity of functions the mediateque houses.

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


blending functions

the street/city

different ‘faces’ of Casablanca

public building

public space

blend street with buildingp

art of building interwoven with street

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


| Entrance space with different degree of infiltration | The visitor can visit the mediatheque with a certain purpose, but by passing the other functions, the visitor becomes aware of the other qualities of the mediateque. The entrances are gentle which makes the transition from square to building easy.

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


| Connected internal spaces |

The basic unit of architectural language are two cubic spaces. By changing the relation and materials used to create these two spaces, we were able to create different atmosphere for different functions. The in between space is also positive for streetlife in Casablanca. Trying out different ways using cardboard, we find out many different combinations of those small spaces which can house different functions of the mediateque and a link between street and the building.

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


| Plans and sections |

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


| Intimate public space |

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


| Concept of detailing | There are different ways of connections between different blocks. On the left, there shows a few possibilities of interlocking spaces and how the spaces can be used for the function of mediateque. The section shows how the mediateque can be used on different levels. The voild of the interlocking space is a reinterpretation of the traditional housing and living space we studied during our stay in the city. From the seciton, you can also see how the light penatrates the building through skywindows and void between different blocks. The outdoor spaces in between the building on different levels also provide visitors lots of shadows for the hot weather in summer. On these platforms, people can communicate and observe the activities on the square which create an interesting interaction between the visitors and the public on the square. The square is slightly tilled towards the inner courtyard, which gives the courtyard a sense of intimacy. Activities like outdoor movies and events can also be held in the courtyard.

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


| The floor is composed of holcon prefab panels with integrated installations and floor cooling. The sunshading is fixed to the panels and the airflow can go between the sheeting and the concrete mass. In this way, the climate system can function in the different tropical environment such as Casablanca.

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


| In this detail, the fixation of the alluminum panels is shown. The prefab concrete floor is connected to the concrete mass of the building walls. Side windows are installed to ensure a good light condition inside the building.

Academic | Project : Mediateque | Casablanca | 2011


Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


Project

SPAce in the Dunes

Tutors:

Gianni Cito Cees van der Veeken Vibeke Gieskes

location of this project is in the dunes in Ijmuiden. South to the Tata steel factory where a lot of heat resource is available. On the site, there sits a bunker museum and five bunkers. The building is situated on the highest point of the dunes, looking over to the sea.

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Origin of the form | We are creating order everyday but we don’t really have an idea of the underlining orders are. - Christophor Alexander (Nature of Order)

The ways of men are conditioned by those of earth. The ways of earth by those of heaven. The ways of heaven by those of Tao. And those of Tao by those of the Nature. 人法地, 地法天, 天法道, 道法自然。 (Tao Te Ching, chapter 25)

I am fascinated by the spacial concept in traditional Chinese gardens. When people build a garden, they ignore the natural typography, the routings, the context and build four walls first. Then they carve out the space.

way was abstracted and formed a new approach towards materials. The way of making Chinese garden resembles jade carving in a way that nature within four walls is treated like a raw jade material as a whole.

The concept of Yin Yang (positive and negative principle) is rooted deeply in Chinese culture, which originated from the widely spread of Jade culture. Jade was an important material in the past and was used as currency and identity items (seals). Therefore making jade recognisable as a representation of an abstract concept, various ways of carving jade were invented. The treatment of jade was so well-developed that the

Everything and every element is included and well-thought of in the carving process. There is no element isolated from nature and thus it is not a dialogue between human and nature. Instead, human is also part of natural organisation inside the four walls of Chinese garden. This organisation allows nature to stand on equal ground with human. We are not isolated from the environment and we are not superior to all other elements around us.

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Form analysis |

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Program scheme |

Mixed use resort of the bunker museum and spa for the public and treatment center Psoriasis patients.

winter

summer

bunker museum

spa

treatment center

public Psoriasis patients

interact

sand assemble on the sand assemble on the side of desert shrubs side of desert shrubs sand assemble on the sandof assemble on the side desert shrubs

slowly growing amount of sand slowly growing amount of sand transformed into cresum-shaped dunes transformed into cresum-shaped dunes slowly growing amount of sand slowly growing amount of sand transformed into cresum-shaped dunes

side of desert shrubs

| Sand assemble on the side of the desert shrub

transformed into cresum-shaped dunes

| Slowly growing amout of sand

transformed into cresum-shaped dunes

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Dune formation scheme |

Working with monolithic material in its impure state. contrast between manmade and natural.

ount of sand esum-shaped dunes

dunes along the coastline

| Formation of dunes along the coastline

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


diversify the coastline typography articulate the line between land and sea

| Change the typology of flat dutch coastline in a larger context |

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Plan Level0 1:200 |

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Idea behind the concept | I am interested in re-creating the connection we used to have with nature. For me, there are less and less collective memories of nature nowadays. As our artificial world gets more and more established, our living environment becomes detached from nature that we used to live in and belong to. Why was there a connection with nature in the past? What evoked the sense of belonging back then? It is good to look in retrospect how our attitude and approach have changed in the process of inhabitation, alongside the development of technology and advancement of production, in order to have a better understanding of our existence. In the light of these knowledge, there may be new approaches towards the natural environment we live in.

| 1:150 model | the principle of how linked space works

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| 1:100 model | the principle of how structure works for the space

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| 1:2000 site model |

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| 1:50 model |

smart column as the principle connection of different spaces

| 1:50 model |

showing a section of the spa in the dunes Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Various spa space in the dune landscape |

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Pocket of spaces linked by outdoor space |

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Materials |

insitu-concrete structure

copper window frames

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016

insitu-concrete roof (sand layer appearance)


| Structure concept |

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Energy scheme |

| Detail scheme | The concept of my detail is to create an atmosphere that emphasis on the rawness of materials. From close up the idea is to see the insituconcrete from both sides. The roof with texture of sand layers can be seen from afar. The heating and insulation system of the building tries to use what is available on the site. I created a system of reusing the extra heat from Tata steel nearby. It is similar to floor heating system, with water pipes casted into the concrete to keep the building shell warm at around 22 degree.

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Scenario 1 |

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Scenario 2 |

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Scenario 3 |

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


| Program comparison |

program 2500m2 1500m2 hall (300m2) entrance changing room toilet spa (1000m2) indoor bath (frigidarium (cold room) /tepidarium (warm room) / cadarium/ laconium) outdoor bath showers/ special bath fire bath turkish showersweat stone rest area service (200m2) barber restaurant massage room medicinal bath aqua therapy fango mud room

program spa & library 120,000 280x160 3000

m2 m/hall person

1000m2 bunker museum

| Roman spa |

entrance

The Roman Baths complex is a site of historical interest in the English city of Bath. The house is a well-preserved Roman site for public bathing. There are four main features: the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House and the Museum, holding finds from Roman Bath. The buildings above street level date from the 19th century.

exhibition hall 1 exhibition hall 2 exhibition hall 3 service

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


entrance

changing room

frigidarium cold room

tepidarium warm room

entrance

changing room

frigidarium cold room

tepidarium warm room

| Spa sequence |

caldarium hot room

tepidarium warm room

laconium dry room

outdoor swimming pool, restaurant cafe, perfume-selling booths, libraries, and caldarium tepidarium laconium theatrical and musical performances, lecreading rooms, stages accommodated hot room room dry room ture halls warm and gymnasiums.

outdoor swimming pool, restaurant cafe, perfume-selling booths, libraries, and reading rooms, stages accommodated theatrical and musical performances, lecture halls and gymnasiums.

program spa

program spa, barber, shoe shining 7,800 600

2,500 300

m2 person

m2 person

| Turkish hammam |

| Swiss spa |

The Turkish bath starts with relaxation in a room (known as the warm room) that is heated by a continuous flow of hot, dry air, allowing the bather to perspire freely. Bathers may then move to an even hotter room (known as the hot room) before they wash in cold water. After performing a full body wash and receiving a massage, bathers finally retire to the cooling-room for a period of relaxation.

Zumthor’s spa architecture in the Val in Switserland is a modern interpretation of the spacial quality in traditional spas.

Academic | Project : Space in the dunes | Ijmuiden, Netherland | 2016


Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


Project

A void with a view

Dutch Brick Center

Tutors:

Udo Garritzmann Jan Peter Wingender Anna Jansen

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Central cut in the building |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| View from the waterside |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Model of facade fragment and interior space structure |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Concept diagram |

Diagram | Location

Diagram | Volume

Building located on the river bank of the IJ. There is a possiblity that a bike and pedestrian bridge will be constructed in the near future.

A block with a cut into space as a form gesture to the water. Water as a the origin of resource of river clay, a mean of transportation and a source of inspiration and a scene for tranquility.

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


Diagram | Space

Diagram | Logistics

Public activities are concentrated around the void. it works in a way that it is a constant reminder of BRICK as a structural element and form the spacial structure of serving and served.

Logistics is concentrated in the void space with the vertical circulation at the end of the void.

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


Diagram | Tectonic concept

Diagram | Tectonics of facade

| Brick as load bearing structure boxes.

different bonding pattern to distinguish load bearing bricks and brick wall filling.

| Facade break into three parts. a brick | Big beams for big-span space, flat floorslab for the service spaces.

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016

lintal to show the heaviness of the volume, middle part is a interaction between brick and concrete beams. in the plinth, concrete take over as the main material to articulate the lightness of the head.


Diagram | Thermal instulation

Diagram | Constructure and cladding

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Layout |

plant room 58+108m2

level 1

office KNB 58m2 storage 28m2 workshop 146m2 storage 40m2

office TCKI 108m2 lab 137m2 storage 209m2

lab 254m2

level 2 Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


parking

level -1

office 42m2 storage 28m2

office TCKI 108m2

storage 209m2

storage 40m2

level 3

office 42m2 storage 28m2 workshop 146m2 storage 40m2

office TCKI 108m2 lab 137m2 storage 209m2

lab 254m2

level 4

office 42m2 storage 28m2 workshop 146m2 storage 40m2

office TCKI 108m2 lab 137m2 storage 209m2

lab 254m2

level 5 Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Study of space configuration |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| How is the connection with water through the simple cut gesture? |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Fragment design | A block with a cut into space as a form gesture to the water. What is the atmosphere of the space? How is rest of the buidling relates to this central

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016

space? The cut should be the center of organization both spacially and functionally.


Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Study of program |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| How to maximizing the use of the given volume ? |

KNB

KNB

officesK

officesK

200 200

meeting rooms meeting2rooms 2

60 60

auditorium auditorium

120 120

shared exhibition space shared exhibition space 60 60 TCKI

TCKI

lab

lab

1000 1000

officesT people report officesTwrite people write report500 500 storage rawstorage material raw material EKWC

500 500

EKWC

officesE technical support officesE technical support 40 40 workshop space workshop space

750 750

storage

200 200

storage

manufacturers and brick manufacturers and bricktraders traders showroom showroom general

750 750

general

reception reception

50 50

toilets

180 180

toilets

storageG storageG

30 30

plant room plant room

200 200

shafts

shafts

50 50

circulation circulation

836(0,2) 836(0,2)

facade/construction facade/construction

627 627

parking

parking

car parkingcar parking

1000 1000

bike parking bike parking

100 100

site

site

total gross total gross

1444 1444

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Facades and sections |

facade east

facade south

section Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


facade west

facade north

section Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Design the detailing of the wall |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| What is the principle of the load bearing blocks? |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Facade detailing |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Facade research |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Test model |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Pattern research |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Inspiration |

| Anni Albers Red and Blue Layers, 1954 | cotton 241⁄4 × 143⁄4 in. (61.6 × 37.8 cm) 1998.12.1

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Pattern research |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Inspiration |

| Anni Albers, City, 1949 | linen and cotton 171⁄2 × 261⁄2 in. (44.4 × 67.3 cm) 2003.12.1

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Pattern research |

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Inspiration |

| Anni Albers, Untitled, 1941 | rayon, linen, cotton, wool, jute 21 × 46 in. (53.3 × 116.8 cm) 2012.12.1

Academic | Project : Dutch Brick Center | Amsterdam | 2016


| Location |

Ij Amsterdam center

train connection

site

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Project

Linear!

Language center in Diemen, Amsterdam

Tutors:

Rob Hootsmans

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


| Concept |

The characteristics of the site lies in how the natural elements of the polder landscape came together. Every border of each nature type is marked out. The reed marks out the edge of the water, the water stream around the border marks out the polder. the land is flat yet fragmented. The language centre is a 216m long strip. It is the thread that connect all the pearls in the landscape. With a linear volume it offers the possibilities of a horizontal view of the water. It also makes a connection with the tunnel under the train, transforming the tunnel into a gateway of the polder landscape on the other side. Although it is a connecting gesture of the long building. When one is walking inside the school, he ceases to belong to the outside world and starts to belong to the inside and himself, in movement, in strolling. It is the borderline of the water and the woods. It’s a soft dike. The long line is a continuous flow. However every part of it is also a small project of its own.

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


| Form configuration |

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


| Fascination framing the landscape |

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


| Context Analysis |

The characteristics of the site lies in how the natural elements of the polder landscape came together.

The land is flat yet fragmented.

It is a linear building as a connecting gesture. It is the borderline of the water and the woods.

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


It’s a soft dike. It is a continuous flow.

When one is walking inside the school, he ceases to belong to the outside world and starts to belong to the inside and himself, in movement, in strolling.

Every part of it is also a small project of its own.

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


| Program Elaboration |

St. Benedictusbery Abbey 50 people

Villa Barbaro

Palazzo Strozzi

Katsura residence 60,000m2 incl. garden 300 people limit

Couvent de la Tourette For 100 brothers park 700,000 m2

Castelvecchino

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


| Site plan

1:1000 |

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


| Axonomatric view building in relation with landscape |

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


| Plan and section 1:300 |

PLAN underground floor ±0,00m 1:300

PLAN first floor +9,00m 1:300

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


PLAN ground floor +4,50m 1:300

ELEVATION front elevation 1:300

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


| Section 1:100 |

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


| Material and Structure |

corten steel matt expression

epoxy floor matt expression

brise soleil shutters matt expression

copper translucent glass reflective expression matt expression

wood epoxy floor reflective expression reflective expression

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017

sand matt expression


| Detail entrance 1:20 |

Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Academic | Project : Tabula Scripta | Amsterdam | 2017


Academic | Artwork : Design the thinnest Brick | Amsterdam | 2015


Artwork

Tutors:

Thinnest brick Craft project of making a brick Baukje Trenning

Academic | Artwork : Design the thinnest Brick | Amsterdam | 2015


Academic | Artwork : Design the thinnest Brick | Amsterdam | 2015


| Design the thinnest brick | This project is part of Eindhoven Design week and Amsterdam material exhibition on Java Island in 2016. Within the course of three months, we visited three brick factories across the Netherlands and learn the process of making brick. We experienced making hand-made brick to brick from extrusion machine. In these process in mind, each of us developed a prototype individually and made models and 1:1 size brick under the concept of the THINNEST BRICK possible. Different clays are used to test the color difference. And in the end a wall of thinnest bricks are layed out in the exhibition to show the final result.

Academic | Artwork : Design the thinnest Brick | Amsterdam | 2015


| Prototype 1 |

Academic | Artwork : Design the thinnest Brick | Amsterdam | 2015


| Prototype 2 |

Academic | Artwork : Design the thinnest Brick | Amsterdam | 2015


| prototype stacking scenarios |

Academic | Artwork : Design the thinnest Brick | Amsterdam | 2015


Academic | Artwork : Design the thinnest Brick | Amsterdam | 2015


| 1:1 brick mould making |

Academic | Artwork : Design the thinnest Brick | Amsterdam | 2015


| 1:1 brick stacking |

Academic | Artwork : Design the thinnest Brick | Amsterdam | 2015


| 1:1 brick stacking |

Academic | Artwork : Design the thinnest Brick | Amsterdam | 2015


Academic | Artwork : Design the thinnest Brick | Amsterdam | 2015


Academic | Artwork : When the tide comes | Amsterdam | 2014


Artwork

When the tide comes... A scenography project about light

Academic | Artwork : When the tide comes | Amsterdam | 2014


Academic | Artwork : When the tide comes | Amsterdam | 2014


Academic | Artwork : When the tide comes | Amsterdam | 2014


Academic | Artwork : When the tide comes | Amsterdam | 2014


Academic | Artwork : When the tide comes | Amsterdam | 2014


Artist Impressions

Architecture renderings


Artist impression | Amstelkwartier


Artist impression impression | Amstelkwartier Amstelkwartier Artist


contact

Yu Lu

address

: Mauritskade, Amsterdam, NL

tel

: 0031618505550

website

: studionephrite.eu

email

: studionephrite@gmail.com

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