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ZHANGWEI HUANG

2016 2018

Interior Design


PORTFOLIO Zhangwei Huang

2016 2018


COPYRIGHT © ZHANGWEI HUANG 2018 All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or any other information storage or retrieval system, without express permission from Zhangwei Huang the designer. School: Academy of Art University Student: Zhangwei Huang Instructor: Leonarda Tamayo Date: Fall 2018 Photography: Di Yang Print: Chum’s Design & Print Bindery: Chum’s Design & Print Materials: N/A Fonts: Futura Book / Bold Software: Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator


Zhangwei Huang was born in Wuhan, China. He has been a college student in Macau. Macao is a city of cultural exchange between China and western countries, where he learned the diversified knowledge. He studied interior design as an undergraduate in Macau, a city that combines traditional Chinese culture and western influences. After graduation, he worked at a prominent interior firm in Guangzhou, China. His two years of work experience sharpened his design skills and broadened his knowledge of the field. He has a high level of enthusiasm for interior architectural design. He believes that interior design is not only decorating the interior environment, but also to connecting people and interior space through design means. He believes that successful designers should integrate emotions, sustainable development, and innovative techniques into interior design. To design reasonable and beautiful interior spaces for people is his goal. Zhangwei believes that in the process of learning and practicing, it is still necessary to continuously improve his design skills and increase his creative thinking.


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RESIDENTIAL DESIGN WHITE HOUSE

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN BLUXOME STREET WINERY

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN AMPLITUDE OFFICE DESIGN


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RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

WHITE HOUSE Project / Residential Design Course / Modern Design Studio Time / Summer 2018

RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

Instructor / Ivan Azerbegi

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Mr. and Mrs. Zhang have purchased a site in the Berkeley/Oakland Hills that was never redeveloped after the devastating fire in 1991 that destroyed approximately 2,500 single-family dwellings. Because of the destruction of the fire, the house only has an existing rigid steel frame, which was built to withstand earthquakes with no additional bracing. This is the only part of the building that is similar to the Le Corbusier drawing of the Domino Frame. Mr. and Mrs. Zhang is an unmarried couple and they both are successful modern artists. They have no plans for marriage or kids over the next few years. They want to transform the existing structure into a modern house. Sometimes they will work at home, so they need a studio space. Mr. Zhang emphasized that the existing site has a good view, so he hopes to maintain the beautiful view even in the interior space.


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Site Location: Berkeley Hills, Oakland, CA, USA The east side of our site is the main entrance. There are no other buildings on the north side, and there is a beautiful natural view on this side. There are tall trees to the south, they separate our building from the road and guarantee the privacy of the area. There are no buildings around our site, so our building can have beautiful sunshine.


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CONCEPT

Connectivity is important in residential design. The design gives the residents to view the outdoors from many vantage points inside the home. Good spatial connectivity not only creates a good circulation for the owner, but also promotes connections between family members. In the project, the interior space breaks the traditional layout method and creates a new interior space with horizontal and vertical connections. The interior spaces of different rooms are connected to each other, reducing the visual blocking of the walls and making the interior space look more open. Meanwhile, the use of the glass curtain wall brings a natural view into the interior space, which will make the interior space and the exterior environment better connected visually. Using a lot of white paint in the interior space reduces excessive decoration. It allows the client to pay more attention to the charm of the space and enjoy the natural scenery.

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WHITE HOUSE

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BUBBLE DIAGRAM Roof

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PROJECT PROGRAM

Space

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Entry

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Carport

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Dining Room / Kitchen

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330+105

Living Room / Studio Space

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364+566

1 Bedroom

350

305

1 1/2 Bathroom

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3 Closets (Entry, Mechanical, Changing)

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Outdoor Terrace

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The roof garden creates more leisure areas for clients and they can enjoy a better view.

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The balcony garden connects green plants and exterior views to the interior space.

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Large areas of the curtain wall allow more sunlight and provide the exterior view to interior space.

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The curtain wall connects the exterior space to the stairwell visually.

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The balcony creates an exterior and interior connected space.

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01 | Home Office


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First Floor Plan 1 2 3 4

Home Office Stdio Lounge Entrance Caeport

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01 | Dining Room

Second Floor Plan

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Dining Room Kitchen Living Room Balcony Power Room


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Living Room & Kitchen | 02

There is no wall between the dining room and the living room, so you can see an open area. They are also vertically connected to the studio lounge on the first floor. We can see the natural view through the large floor-to-ceiling windows. The black dining table and dining chair echo the black cabinets to form an accent in space. Black color, white walls, and wood flooring blend together, making the space look harmonious and elegant.


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Third Floor Plan

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01 | Lounge


In the lounge, the curtain wall connects the natural view to the interior space. The glass door connects the lounge and the balcony garden. You can enjoy the beautiful view and the relaxed atmosphere here. You can also enjoy your time here with a cup of coffee and a book. The bedroom is also connected to the balcony. You can enjoy quality sleep and beautiful natural scenery. The closet is not separated from the bedroom, so you can get a more spacious bedroom space and a bright indoor environment.

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Bedroom | 02


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Roof Plan 17 Roof Garden

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The rooftop garden has the widest view, where you can enjoy the natural view during your timehere. The roof is planted with lots of green plants and grass, which not only creates a comfortable and relaxing environment, but also reduces the heating of the roof by the sun. It will help create a comfortable and cool environment for the floors below.


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Roof Garden | 01


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Oak Wood Flooring Concrete Flooring Black Frosted Steel Black Oak Wood Veneer Grey Marble White Paint


02 | Furniture Options BACKENZAHN Solid Wood Stool Form Barstool Shell Chair COLLINS Sofa Cactus Chandelier Agnes Chandelier

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

Course / Commercial Design Time / Spring 2018 Instructor / Scott Kress

Bluxome Street Winery is a wine bar and a tasting room. It is located at 53 Bluxome Street, San Francisco, CA 94107. This is a huge open space that includes a small tasting room, a winery floor, two cellars, a small kitchen, and a large warehouse. The winery has a very high ceiling and skylight. The winery floor has plenty of light during the day. Because this space is open and unique, many events are held here. The owner hopes to refurbish the entire winery and redesign the storefront. The spatial layout of the new winery also needs to be adjusted. They hope that the new winery will bring customers a new experience and better meet the needs of daily operations and events.

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Project / Commercial Design

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

BLUXOME STREET WINERY


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02| Bay Club SF Tennis

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Site Location: 53 Bluxome Street, San Francisco, CA Our winery is located in SOMA. SoMa is a relatively large neighborhood in San Francisco, California. There are Internet companies, a university, a tennis club and residential area around the winery. Our winery will be able to attract surrounding residents, employees and students to have a good time and hold parties. There are plenty of parking spaces in front of the winery, and the bus stop and CalTrain station are convenient to the winery.

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1. “Plain House” designed by Wu Ting. 2. “The Pinnacle” designed by Pickard Chilton.


CONCEPT

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Many old things are forgotten by us. However, these old things show the traces and memories of time. Although they are not perfect, they are often the essence of things. In the Plain House designed by designer WU Ting and The Pinnacle by designer Pickard Chilton, they are very concerned about the contrast between old and new in their designs. Inspired by their work, the essence of architecture became the most important element of the project. Wooden ceilings, skylights, open spaces, and wine barrels are the essences of the original building. These architectural elements fully demonstrate the charm of this building. Retaining and repairing the elements of the original building in this project will make them better integrated into the new design and become the key to the design. In the new design, the original architectural elements are preserved and combined with new materials and design elements to create a new winery space and bring a new experience to the customers.

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PROJECT PROGRAM

WINE MERCHANDISE / SALES ROOM A merchandising area mainly displays and sells wine products, and managers can promote wine. It also provides customers with an area to taste wine products.

SEATING AREA The main seating area provides customers with the main seating space. Different table and chair combinations will provide guests with more choices. This area is open and needs to meet the needs of various events. DESIGN PORTFOLIO

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WINE BAR The wine bar offers different types of seating for customers. The customers can chat with the bartenders. The bartender can also serve different drinks here.

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PRIVATE TASTING ROOM A private tasting room is available for a group of customers to use. This space has some privacy and customers can hold small parties here.

VIP ROOM A VIP room serves the most important customers and provides them with a private and comfortable wine tasting environment. The space can accommodate 8-10 people.

BREAK ROOM A break room provides employees with a space to eat their meals. It can also be used as a preparation room to provide employees with some snacks during the event.

BACK OF HOUSE In the back of house, there is a staff office and some storages rooms. The storage rooms require a lot of space to store red wine products and also to temporarily stash some furniture during the event.


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01 | Wninery Storefront


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Wninery Storefront Sketch | 02

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Hanging chandeliers and wine barrels have become the strongest focal point at the entrance. They created a dramatic atmosphere that appealed to customers. You can see the entire winery from the entrance. Whether it is a wooden ceiling structure or a corroded iron sheet on a wall, it reflects the unique charm and attraction of the winery.

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01 | Main Entrance

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Bar Counter Detail | 02


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The main seating area is an open space. When you sit here you can see the whole winery. The wooden ceiling structure, skylights, and red brick walls show the original charm of the building. They form an old and new contrast with the new materials. The winery offers customers different seating options. You can choose a higher bar table and barstool, or you can choose a comfortable leather sofa seat. You can choose any way to enjoy your time here.

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01 | Main Seating Area Elevation

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04 | Furniture Options 1 Black Painted Metal Birdcage Pendant Light 2 VERTIGO Large Pendant Light 3 Brown Leather Accent Chair 4 Bertoia Side Chair 5 Odette Counter Stool


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01 | Wine Merchandise / Sales Room

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Wine Merchandise / Sales Room | 02

Wine Merchandise / Sales Room Elevation | 03

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01 | VIP Room

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VIP Room | 02

VIP Room Elevation | 03

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Project / Commercial Design

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AMPLITUDE OFFICE Time / Spring 2018 Instructor / Scott Kress

Amplitude was founded in 2012 by Spenser Skates and Curtis Liu. They created a new data analytics application and set out to solve their own plan and ended up building analytics that helps companies of any size gain valuable insights from user behavior. Amplitude is a young team. Each employee has a fully enthusiastic and positive attitude. Their mission is “Help Companies Build Better Products.� In this project, Amplitude wants to upgrade their existing office space. Their goal is to provide a more comfortable, flexible and open office where it is easier for employees to communicate with each other. The open space and flexible spaces are what they want to see. Good lighting resources and a free working atmosphere will give employees more motivation and work passion.

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01| Small Food

02| Blue Bottle Coffee

03| The American Crilled Cheese Kitchen

04| South Park

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Site Location: 501 Second Street, San Francisco, CA Our office is located in SOMA. SOMA is home to a large number of high-tech companies in San Francisco, California. There are some restaurants and coffee shops around our office that can provide food for our employees. There is also a park in this area that provides space for our employees to rest. Our project is adjacent to Second Street, so there will be some noise here. The good news that is the office has plenty of windows, so the natural light is abundant in the office.


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CONCEPT

Cells are the smallest substance that makes up a living being. Each cell has its own unique DNA, which is connected to each other to form a large living body. In a company, every employee is like a cell that forms and supports the entire company. Every employee has his/her own unique personality and job responsibilitiy, so he/she can help the company to operate and develop more fully. In the design of Amplitude office, different functional areas are also like cells, which are important elements of office design. Each space will show its unique characteristics and charm. They interact to connect and create the unique charm of the Amplitude office. The employee who works in the Amplitude office will feel the new office mode and be comfortable in his/her office experience. These will greatly improve the efficiency and work mood of employees.

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PROJECT PROGRAM

RECEPTION AREA The reception area requires eye-catching firm branding. The receptionist desk and the waiting area is provide guests with waiting and consulting services. The reception area is unique and welcoming.

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MAIN WORKING AREA The main working area is the main space of the office. It needs to be an open space. More than 30 seating spots will be arranged here for employees, CEO, CFO and interns. They can do a good job and communicate here.

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CONFERENCE ROOM A large conference room and a small conference room are minimally required. The employees can conduct meetings and presentations here. Sometimes it will become a temporary office space for team members, and sometimes it will become an area for meeting with customers.

CAFE The cafe needs are more than 20 seats. A projection system is required, and the company can hold all employee meetings or presentations here. A storage room would be close to the cafe, where additional chairs can be stored.

COLLABORATIVE AREA The collaborative area is a flexible area. Employees can hold some activities and also have better communication and work more comfortably here. Some removable tables and soft seating are required.


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Copy Room Marketing Department Working Area Integrated workstation Kitchen Cafe Collaborative Area Storage


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Recessed Light Recessed Light With Trim Track Light Recessed Light Recessed Light Recessed Light With Trim

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Chandelier Pendant Light Pendant Light Pendant Light Recessed Fluorescent Recessed Fluorescent Exit Light With Strobes


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01 | Reception Area

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Waiting Area | 02

Blue is the brand color of Amplitude. You can see the striking firm branding the first time you enter the space. The geometric shape of the ceiling, the shape of the reception desk and the texture of the branding wall reflect each other, creating a dramatic reception area. The hexagonal ceiling, the wall decoration and the colorful furniture create a lively and welcoming atmosphere for the waiting area. This fully demonstrates the Amplitude’s passionate and dynamic firm spirit.


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01 | Integrated Workstation

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Collaborative Area | 02

The integrated workstation provides employees with a table that they can use while standing, where employees can discuss and research their work. Sitting for a long time at work may have a certain impact on their health. The integrated workstation offers employees another option. In the collaborative area, there are many movable tables and chairs. They can meet the company’s needs through different arrangements and combinations. The benches by the window also provide more choices for employees. They can work here and enjoy the view outside the window.


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01 | Big Conference Room

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02 | Materials 1 Concrete Flooring 2 Blue Carpet 3 Blue Mosaic Rug 4 Oak Wood Veneer 5 Blue Paint 6 White Paint

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03 | Furniture Options 1 White Round Accent Table 2 Hay About A Chair 3 Herman Miller Desk Chair 4 Shelter Grand Sofa

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I would like to dedicate this book to everyone who has always unconditional supported me. I extend my heartfelt appreciation to my parents, faculty, and friends. Thank you for inspiring and supporting from the beginning to the end.

FACULTY Ivan Azerbegi / Scott Kress / Stephan Hoffpauir / Ryan Long / Kathleen Valkuchak / Stephanie Smith-Haenel / Tuan Louv / Marten Pesen / Kathleen Roche / Tuan Louv / William Hansell / Andrew Tu / Douglas Donaldson

FAMILY & FRIENDS Chenghua Huang / Hanzhen Zhang / Charles Yang / Di Yang / Bingqi Liu / Yu Qi / Chengyang Yao

Love you all,

Zhangwei Huang


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