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CONCEPT MAPPING


INSTRUCTION To fulfill the changing colorful lighting strategy, a series of radial colorful tubes were designed on the roof. Each tube is toward a certain position of St. Louis annual sun path to make sure the sun shine can go through the roof at any time. With sun moving, this roof is generating changing colorful light.

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MASTER PLAN

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SOUTH 18TH STREET


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union station

bus station

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station square

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plaza

waiting area

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administration

equipment

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restaurant

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ECONOMIC INDICATORS Site Area _ 580,966 sq.ft Building Area _ 461,969 sq.ft FAR _ 0.80 Building Density _ 47% Parking Lot _ 224

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Station Hall _ 275,552 sq.ft Retail _ 19,654 sq.ft Office _ 7,273 sq.ft Restroom _ 2,522 sq.ft Administration _ 52,660 sq.ft Train Hall _ 133, 757 sq.ft

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restaurant

waiting area

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kitchen

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office

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retail

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SITE PLAN

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LOWER LEVEL PLAN

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PHYSICAL MODEL 1/32"=1'


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0'-0" -32'-0"

SOUTH ELEVATION

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NORTH ELEVATION

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INSTRUCTION To correspond the Union Station on the south of this terminal, it's section likes letter “U� rotated ninety degrees. The opening is toward the Union Station for establishing the space connection between these two projects. The structure of this terminal can be separated into two parts. The ground is made of concrete, and the roof is made of space frame. The most struggle point is how to fix those acrylic lighting tube on the space frame. A kind of metal paw is designed, one end seizes the steel bar of the frame, and the other end seizes the acrylic tube. There are acrylic caps covering the opening of the tube for protecting the interior from the rain.


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SECTION AA

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ENTRANCE


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WAITING AREA


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PLATFORM


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RESEARCH 1 On the left axis, the black triangle states the real value of lighting, temperature, and background noise value. The red triangle states the agent’s desired value on these three issues. The gray area states the difference between the real and the desired value. The right axis states the relationship among the difference value, agent’s satisfaction value, and agent’s social field radius. The different value is proportional to the agent’s satisfaction value. In terms of proxemics, agent’s satisfaction value is proportional to the agent's social field radius. So the difference value is proportional to the agent’s social field radius.

lighting intense

lighting intense

temperature

temperature

agent #1 party

agent #1 party

agent #2 outdoor Game

agent #2 outdoor Game

agent #3 exam

agent #3 exam

agent #4 swim

agent #4 swim

agent #5 night Jogging

agent #5 night Jogging

agent #6 agent #6 watching Football Game watching Football Game

agent #7 picnic

agent #7 picnic

agent #8 lunch

agent #8 lunch

agent #9 sleep

agent #9 sleep

agent #10 night & snow

agent #11 tennis

agent #11 tennis

agent #12 BBQ

agent #12 BBQ

background noise value background noise value difference the environment real and the value desired environment value difference between the real andbetween the desired agent’s satisfaction value on the real environment agent’s satisfaction value on the real environment agent’s social field radius agent’s social field radius

agent #10 night & snow


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potential social field zone potential social field zone

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RESEARCH 2 This diagram shows the process that the agents’ social field radius is changing with the micro-climate changing. Agents’ satisfaction value is proportional to the agent’s social field radius. Because a certain program has a strict requirement on its environment, the architecture code is adopted in this model to correct the cross-border value into the reasonable one. Thus it both meets the need of the agents and the architecture code.


RESEARCH 3 The first strip is a summary about student’s activities at school. Each color area in the second strip represents the ideal individual space size corresponding to each activity. The third strip represents the range of ideal number of students in terms of different activities. By multiplying the data in the second and third strip, the ideal space size of different activities of different amount of students could be figured out and sorted as the color area in the fourth strip.

Study & Research

Student Activities

Desired Field Radius

reading course work attending class practice discussion computer exam presentation lecture meeting

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Desired Student Number

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chat drinking smoking watching game sport happy hour

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eating water washing relieve oneself rest

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STRATEGY _ COLOR In terms of a certain activity, there must be an ideal corresponding environment which can be defined by temperature, background noise value, and lighting intense. Because color can be seem as the combination of red, green, and blue. So, if transfer the three major environment factors into RGB, color will become a tool on saving environment information. Also, in terms of the phenomena that by combining two color, a new color can be created. I forward the assumption that the new color can also reflect a new environment which has unknown corresponding activity. The new environment makes the school space become flexible.

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organization study

interruption study

1. sort by random

A. sort by hue, and ramdom size

2. sort by saturation

B. sort by hue, random size, and gradiant rotation

3. sort by value

C sort by hue, random size, and random rotation

4. sort by hue

D. sort by hue, random size, and intersect between two

STRATEGY _ ORGANIZATION When the colors are sorted by hue, the difference between the neighbor environments is small. So when two environments interact with each other and create a new environment, there won’t a big difference among the three environments, thus maintain each environment’s characteristics.

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DESIGN PROCESS

A. site

B. site strategy

C. site plan


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2nd Floor Givens

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Ground Floor Steinberg

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SECTION AA

DECONSTRUCTION


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DESIGN STRATEGY

SITE PLAN

1. Identify the major spatial relationships. 2. Uplift the programs to maintance the original connecting on the site.

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3. Rotate the housing to reflect sunlight to light the plaza.

INSTRUCTION 4. Generate spacial relationship between housing and mission.

5. Rotate the core of the mission to lead visitors into the building.

6. Rotate the core of the housing to generate a bleacher.

• Nature lighting: In terms of Ecotect’s results, on Dec 22, the worst day lighting day of a year, the shadow of the temple will cover all of the site; and even on Jun 21, the best one, the temple’s shadow will also cover half of the site. • View: Though the views from the four directions are all excellent, the priority wind in St. Louis in summer is South-north direction, so the view from the south and north are more valuable than the others. While a big scale temple sites on the south of the site, and on the north, there only is a small low rise, so the north view is the most valuable one.

7. Add supporting programs.

8. Finish.

• Landscape: This site have a good potential to become an excellent landscape because, on the one hand, the view of the contemporary art museum extents toward this site; on the other hand, there will be a landscape which will cross this site and connect SLU art museum in the near future.


PHYSICAL MODEL 1/20"=1'


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DECOMPOSITION

DETAIL SECTION


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RESEARCH PROCESS


FOUR DANZER TILES

COMBINATIONS

connectors A One danzer tile mirrored

tiles

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Two different tiles joined by congruent sides C group

assemble

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one tile repeated joining congruent sides


CONNECTORS

TILE'S TYPES

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‘c-regular’‘c-regular’ tiles tiles

‘c-mirror’ tiles ‘c-mirror’ tiles

‘k-regular’‘k-regular’ tiles tiles

‘k-mirror’ tiles ‘k-mirror’ tiles

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CONSTRUCTION SITE


CONSTRUCTION PROCESS

INSTALLATION PROCESS

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stage 10 stage 12

stage 9

stage 5 stage 8

pavilion installation stage 4

stage 3

stage 7

concrete slab stage 6

rebar

stage 2

formwork

stage 1 formwork bracing


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Yu Ouyang's Architecture Portfolio  

This portfolio contains ten selected architecture design during my college life.

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