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CONTENTS

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MOOD BOARD

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DESIGN CONCEPT

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SPACE PLANNING & DESIGN SOLUTION

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FLOOR PLANNING

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LOBBY

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URBAN GARDEN

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HALLWAY

17

TOWNHALL MEETING

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OPEN OFFICE


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ALIBABA TENANT IMPROVEMENT Designer Zhaoxiang (Curtis) Li Tools AutoCAD, SketchUp, Vray, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illusirator Phase Assignment

DESIGN CHALLENGE Alibaba is transforming their work environment to cater to the “Z generation�, which has become the main labor force of the company. In order to adapt to this change, the work environment has to be updated to maintain the vitality of young employees and have them love working in a new environment.

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MOOD BOARD

HQ

A Launched in 1999, Alibaba.com is the leading platform for global wholesale trade.

Alibaba Group mission is to make it easy to do business anywhere.

Alibaba.com selling products 190+ countries and regions, and exchange hundreds of thousands of messages with suppliers on the platform each day.

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COPYRIGHT BY ALIBABA IN HANGZHOU, CHINA


DESIGN CONCEPT

LOBBY TABLE , BENCH SET

LIGHT FIXTURE

COFFEE TABLE BENCH 64”L X 82”W X 15”H 146”L X 78”W X 15”H OAK WOOD OAK WOOD FlexPlus

72”L X 90”W X 3”H FIBERGLASS

LOBBY COUNTER

FEATURE WALL

300”L X 20”W X 34”H FIBERGLASS

The concept of design is “connection”. This design idea inspired by the exterior design idea “bridge” form Alibaba headquarter (HQ) in China. The designer extends exterior design from HQ into the new office interior design, follow the Alibaba company mission to connect enterprise, employee, customer.

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For space planning, the designer used the arc comes from existing structure to create new hallways in office space.

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Lobby Work Space Private Office Training Room War Room Medium Conference Small Conference Copy/Print

Mail Room Game Room Gathering Space Breakroom Wellness Area Storage Server Urban Garden


SPACE PLANNING & DESIGN SOLUTION

ENT.

CONFER.

LOBBY

TRAINING

PRIVATE OFFICE QUIET ROOM

MAIL

COPY

STOR.

OPEN

GATHERING SPACE

BREAK ROOM

ENCLOSE CONNECT PRIME

Sq/Ft 1,394 10,208 972 718 581 968 1,165 340 206 574 961 802 1,183 831 443 1,073 551 75 1,821

Qty 1 164 6 1 1 2 7 2 1 1 1 9 2 1 2 2 1 2 1

WELLNESS AREA

Lobby Open Work Space Private Office Training Room Townhall Meeting Conference Small Conference Copy/Print Mail Room Game Room Gathering Space Quiet Room Lounge Wellness Area Storage Bathroom Server Phone Booth Urban Garden

OPEN OFFICE

GAME ROOM

SERVER WAR ROOM

URBAN GARDEN

DIRECT CONVENIENT REMOTE

Alibaba’s mission is to help to create a collaborative platform for businesses of different area and the customers. The design focus of this space is to inspires employees’ creatives and to stimulate teamwork performance. The design of the space also integrates biophilic elements. Because office design that helps individuals to connect with nature has proven to improve productivity, reduce absenteeism, and encourage workplace engagement.

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Lobby Open Work Space Private Office Training Room Townhall Meeting

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6 Medium Conference 7 Small Conference 8 Copy/Print 9 Mail Room 10 Game Room

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Gathering Space Studio Lounge Wellness Area Storage

16 17 18 19 20

Bathroom Server Phone Booth Urban Garden Quiet Room

21 Workshop Room SCALE : NTS

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LOBBY LOBBY TABLE , BENCH SET COFFEE TABLE BENCH 64”L X 82”W X 15”H 146”L X 78”W X 15”H OAK WOOD OAK WOOD FlexPlus

CELLE CHAIR HERMAN MILLER 27.5”L X 29.5”W X 39.25-44”H Fabric Recovery of plastic

FLORENCE KNOLL LOUNGE CHAIR KNOLL 31.5”L X 31.5”W X 17-31.5”H LEATHER

FLOOR FINISH WHITE OAK

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URBAN GARDEN CHADWICK MODULAR

WOMB CHAIR - MEDIUM

HERMAN MILLER 31”D X 81”W X 27”H PVC, Upholstery

KNOLL 31”D X 35”W X 31.25”H UPHOLSTERY: CATO, ORANGE

MATTTIAZZI SHE SAID STOOL HERMAN MILLER 19”D X 19.75”W X 29.534.25”H WOOD

COFFEE TABLE BY ALEXANDER KNOLL 26”D X 59”W X 16”H MAPLE WOOD WITH JET BLACK LEGS

FLOOR FINISH CONCRETE

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HALLWAY

FLOOR FINISH MARMOLEUM (MODULAR REAL-3241 ORANG FORBO

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TOWNHALL METTING

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OPEN OFFICE

Quantity 8 2 4 4 2 3 3 1 3 3 4 3 8 4 4 8

MATTTIAZZI SHE SAID STOOL

CELLE CHAIR

HERMAN MILLER 19”D X 19.75”W X 29.5-34.25”H WOOD

HERMAN MILLER 27.5”L X 29.5”W X 39.25-44”H Fabric Recovery of plastic

TU WOOD WARDROBE

MOTIA SIT -TO- STAND

HERMAN MILLER 29”D X 15”W X 44”H WOOD

HERMAN MILLER 30”D X 60”W X 27-45”H STEEL WOOD

Model DU6ACS.3054LE FD16A.22P FD110.72 FD115.F2472R FD117.1B FD119. FD128.1 FD144.0806 FD150.ADN FD150.BCI FD151.0872 FD154.08S20 FD170.72PN LPT.4630FXLK LPT.4630FXRK Y1425.EA06

Description Rect Tbl C-Foot Sq-Edge Lam Top/Thermo Edge Elec Std Range 30D 54W Finished End Architectual Dock Painted 22H Dock Structure 72W Screen Dock Mounted Tackable Fabric Horz 24H 72W Dock Foot Shared Dock Foot Structural Dock-to-Dock Connector In-line Connection Power Entry Internal Direct Connect - Floor 8-Wire 4-Circuit Shared Neutral 6’ Cord Power Module - Bottom of Dock 8-Wire 1 Circuit A and 1 Circuit D on Each Side Power Module - Bottom of Dock 8-Wire 1 Circuit B and 1 Circuit CG Isolated Ground on Each Side Dock Power Harness 8-Wire 4-Circuit Shared Neutral 72WPower Block-to-Block Jumper 8-Wire Power Block-to-Block Jumper 8-Wire 4-Circuit Shared Neutral For Straight Dock-to-Dock Connections 20L Lower Cladding Painted No Knockouts 72W Lam Personal Tower Flex Open Left Bar Pull 46H 30D Lam Personal Tower Flex Open Right Bar Pull 46H 30D Enterprise Solution 3 Simplex Recep Pwr Cord w/Plug End 6’ Cord/Conduit

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CONTENTS Butt er fl y Peranakan Cuisine

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4

MOOD BOARD

7

DESIGN CONCEPT & TILE DESIGN

9

SPACE PLANNING

11

FLOOR PLANNING

13

SECTION

15

FIRST FLOOR

17

SECOND FLOOR

19

THIRD FLOOR


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BUTTERFLY PERANAKAN EATERY Designer Zhaoxiang (Curtis) Li Tools Revit, SketchUp Vray, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illusirator Phase Assignment

DESIGN CHALLENGE Design a restaurant based in the existing townhouse built in Singapore. This catering and gathering space must be local to Peranakan culture.

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MOOD BOARD

‘PERANAKAN’ Peranakan means “locally born” in Malay. It is used to refers the offspring of foreign traders from China and local women in Southeast Asia from as early as the 14th century. Members of this community in Malaysia address themselves as “Baba Nyonya”. Nyonya is the term for the women and Baba for the men.

TILES Peranakan tiles are the ornately designed building element that adorns the buildings. Local Peranakan community regarded them as an emblem of wealth and affluence. With its intricacy and artistic detail, it is not hard to see why these tiles became a requisite of the Peranakan decorative repertoire.

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DESIGN CONCEPT & TILE DESIGN

The concept is butterflies, which was a common pattern used by Peranakan women in history. A series of tiles was designed by combining the concept and Peranakan culture to resemble Singaporean culture.

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FIRST FLOOR: RESTAURANT DN

UP

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12 11

9 10

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SECOND FLOOR: BAR & NIGHTCLUB 13

DN

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8 THIRD FLOOR: PRIVATE PARTY SPACE

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SCALE : 1/10” = 1’- 0”

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SPACE PLANNING

1 Cashier 2 Waiting Area 3 Bench Dining Area 4 Square Dining Area 5 Toilets 6 Kitchen 7 Dumbwaiter 8 Standing Table Area 9 Rectangle Dining Area 10 Performance Stage 11 Lounge Area 12 Bar 13 Serving Table 14 Party Dining Area

Site Location : Mondania Pte Ltd 56 Tras St, Singapore

This design uses a three-story building to create three spaces: restaurant, nightclubs and private party space to meet the needs of different people.

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UP

FIRST FLOOR

DN

UP

SECOND FLOOR

DN

THIRD FLOOR 10

SCALE : NTS


FLOOR PLANNING

CUSTOM TILE

CUSTOM TILE

CUSTOM TILE

CUSTOM TILE

CUSTOM TILE

OAK WOOD FLOOR

OAK WOOD FLOOR

OAK WOOD FLOOR

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UP

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SECTION

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FIRST FLOOR

DINING TABLE

CHAIR

DINING TABLE

Ivory Marble Top 48” Counter Dining Table 48” x 48” x 36”

11 Navy Chair® Designed by Emeco 19.5” x 15.5” x 34” Seat H

Marble Table Top Dining Table Wood Legs 32” x 64” x 30”

Marble

PET

Wood

PET

Marble

Wood

WOOD BENCH

SCREEN

BENCH

60” x 18” x 18”

3 form Thatch 50 Percent

Dining Bench With Backrest 35” x 64” x 50” Seat H 18”

Wood

Wool

Leather

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BAR STOOLS

EAMES CHAIR

“PHILLIPA” Replica Tolix Herman Miller Kitchen Counter Stool 29” x 19” x 21” Seat 15” x 15” x 26” Seat H 29” H 16”

Upholstery Wood

Steel

WOOD TABLE

BAROQUE

48” x 48” x 24”

Belle de Fleur French Love Seat 72” x 32” x 46” Seat H 18”

Marble

Leather

Wood

BAR STOOLS

STANDING TABLE

CHAIR

DINING TABLE

Dorel Home Furnishings Luxor White 30” Metal Bar Stool 16.5” x 17.5” x 46” Seat H 29”

42” Pub Table by Holland Bar Stool 24” x 24” x 42“”

111 Navy Chair® Designed by Emeco 19.5” x 15.5” x 34” Seat H 18”

Marble Table Top Dining Table Wood Legs 38” x 64” x 36”

Wood

PET

Marble

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Steel

Steel

PET

Wood


SECOND FLOOR

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THIRD FLOOR

COFFEE TABLE

BLOCKS CHAIR

Sixinch Sven 36” x 36” x 15”

Sixinch Rock Elements Seat H 12”

Wood

FlexPlus with High Traffic Base

Steel

DINING TABLE AND CHAIR

LOUNGE CHAIR

Toast Box Restanrant Dining Furniture Set

Sixinch Diamond Seat Seat H 12”

FlexPlus with High Traffic Base

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Mrs.Cheng

CONTENTS

Ceramics Gifts Store

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4

MOOD BOARD

7

DESIGN CONCEPT

9

FLOOR PLAN & SECTION & ELEVATION

10

PERSPECTIVE

12

PERSPECTIVE

14

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

15

FURNITURE


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MRS. CHENG PERANAKAN POP-UP STORE Designer Zhaoxiang (Curtis) Li Tools Modo, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illusirator Phase Assignment

DESIGN CHALLENGE Design a pop-up store located at the Singapore airport terminal 4. This pop-up store must have a very attractive appearance to promote and sell its products. The design intent is to build awareness of the Peranakan culture.

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MOOD BOARD

NYONYA MARRIAGE In Peranakan traditional culture, a wife’s status in a family is very low. Depending on how wealthy the men are, they have the option to marry more than one wife. Therefore the women can only have faith in their husbands and hope that they will only love them only for the rest of they life.

KAMCHENG Kamcheng is a type of transactional Peranakan ceramic the brides bring to their husbands’ houses when they married. This particular ceramic has the meaning of keeping the joyfulness inside. To have a Kamcheng symbolized the newly married couple has their happiness protected interns, no other women will share it.

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The designer was inspired by the shape of the Kamcheng ceramic at the very beginning of structural design. He used a powerful and flexible 3D modeling software, MODO, to construct the shape of the ceramic. After playing around with the 3D form in different orientations, the reclining style stands out amount all. This form allows customers to enter and exit the pop-up store quickly and give them fast shopping experiences.

This design uses red as the main color to catch the eyes of the travelers busy heading to their boarding gate. Vibrant red can attract the attention of customers, especially the young generation.

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DESIGN CONCEPT

This pop-up store is designed to sell Peranakan culture ceramics called “Kamcheng.” The design used Kamcheng as a concept and bright red to get people’s attention. The combination of the ceramic form and cloud light fixtures symbolizes Peranakan women’s history.

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SIDE ELEVATION

8 SECTION

FRONT ELEVATION


FLOOR PLAN & SECTION & ELEVATION 14’- 0”

10’- 0” 10’- 10” 18’- 0” 6’- 0 ” 1’- 6”

FLOOR PLAN

SCALE : 1/4”= 1’- 0”

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PERSPECTIVE

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PERSPECTIVE

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CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

LED LIGHT

Length is fixable

CABLE SEALS

Fiber Glass

Fiber Glass

The structure is connected by small pieces of fiberglass. The red epoxy is used to fill up the gaps the give it a better-finished appearance.

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FURNITURE

COUNTER

DISPLAY CASE

DISPLAY CASE

LIGHTING SHADES Cloud is the symbol of a dream, wish, and happiness in Peranakan culture. In this design, we used the cloud as the side concept to create the showcases and lighting texture. It is to give the customers an idea of brings happiness home.

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CONTENTS CELLULAR STUCTURES

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4

PROBLEM

5

SITE RESEARCH

6

DESIGN CONCEPT

8

EXTERIOR & INTERIOR

9

CONSTRUCTION DETAIL

11

SECTION

13

ISOMETRIC

15

PERSPECTIVE

16

PERSPECTIVE

19

PHYSICAL MODEL


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CELLULAR STRUCTURES SHELTERING SPARTANS Designer Zhaoxiang (Curtis) Li Tools Modo, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illusirator Phase Assignment

DESIGN CHALLENGE In California, one in every ten students are homeless and 50% of the students suffer from a lack of food. The challenge is to make homeless students safer and have a more comfortable life and learning problems that must be solved.

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PROBLEM REASON

Increasing tuition fees

Increasing rent

Increasing food prices

RESULT 10%

50%

Home less

Hunger

SOLUTION

Free food

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Affordable accommodation


SITE RESEARCH LOCATION -West Spartan Complex Central

SURROUNDING FACILITIES Food and Water -Associated Students House -Health Center -Barbecue Stove Parking -South Parking Garage -West Parking Garage Medical support -Health Center Study room -Spartan Complex Central Bathroom -Spartan Complex Central

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DESIGN CONCEPT

AS CHAIR

1’-6”

1’-6”

1’-6”

PLAN

ELEVATION

ISOMETRIC SCALE : 1/4” = 1’- 0”

AS SHELTER

10’-0”

10’-0”

13’-0”

PLAN 6

ELEVATION

ISOMETRIC SCALE : 1/8” = 1’- 0”


A cell is the most basic structural, functional, and biological unit of all known living organisms. Cell membranes and cell walls are extracellular bones, which have the ability to squeeze and and be rugged to protect the interior of the cell. Cells structures are independent, but they can also be aggregated. This design concept comes from cells, imagine the individual cell space combination to become a larger group.

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EXTERIOR & INTERIOR EXTERIOR

SLEEPING

INTERIOR

8

SLEEPING

STORAGE


CONSTRUCTION DETAIL

Button for install fabric

Wheel installation

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COFFEE TABLE

CHAIR WITH SWIVEL TABLE

Herman Miller Eames Molded Plywood Coffee Table Wood Base 34”W X 15.5 ”H Walnut

Lesro siena guest chair

LOUNGE CHAIR Herman Miller Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair with Metal Base 24.25”D X22”W X 15.5” -26.5 ”H White Ash

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SECTION

PULL DOWN TABLE 50”L X 12”W X 20”H

CUSTOMIZED CHAIR 18”D X 18”W X 18”H Fiberglass With Fabric Chair

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ISOMETRIC

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PERSPECTIVE

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PERSPECTIVE

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COMBINATION

SEPARATION

EXTENSION

CONNECTION


PHYSICAL MODEL

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CONTENTS

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4

GENETIC CONTENT

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TILES

7

PHYSICAL CUBES

8

FOLDING SCREEN

10

COLUMN

12

RENDERING

14

PHYSICAL MODEL


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BART STATION OBJECT FURNITURE MANIPULATION Designer Zhaoxiang (Curtis) Li, Andres Chen Tools Modo, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illusirator Phase Assignment

DESIGN CHALLENGE This project aims to design a series of furniture that can be used at BART stations. The initial design concept is derived from dollar store objects.

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GENETIC CONTENT OBJECT

SPRAY BOTTLE We chose mass-produced and consumer objects found at the Dollar Store. These items had a lot of common features and were very inexpensive. We understood the objects we chose through the process of decomposing and extracting the objects to create the column, couch, folding screen, light, and carpet for the space.

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TIMER


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TILES PROCESS

FRAGMENT

TILES

SCREEN

DETAIL

WOOD JOIN

TILES

6

WOOD


PHYSICAL CUBES

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FOLDING SCREEN

The folding screen used parts of the timer as the main material. The steel shaft and steel ring are used as the main structure to connect timers to create a cascading effect. There are gaps in the folding screen to allow light and air pass through.

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STEEL RING

TIMER STEEL SHAFT LIGHT AND AIR

BALL BEARING WOOD BASE The Almost Object | 9


COLUMN

The design of the column is to install a steel frame over the existing structural steel column. The new tiles, which are inspired by the timer, will be hanging on the new steel frame to create the surface.

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STUD STEEL FRAME

TILE

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RENDERING

12


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PHYSICAL MODEL

14


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CONTENTS

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4

Motion Studies

6

Dining by Design

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Hermitage

10

Coffee Lab

12

Haerangchon Urban Sanctuary

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Benching and Planter System


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ADDENDUM

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MOTION STUDIES Designer Zhaoxiang (Curtis) Li Tools Hand Drawing, Physical Model Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illusirator Phase Assignment

This design is inspired by Étienne-Jules Marey’s motion studies. Analyzing human movement and then applying the concept to the residential part of my design.

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DINING BY DESIGN Designer Zhaoxiang (Curtis) Li Tools Modo, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illusirator Phase Assignment

Dining by design is to create a dining vignette in the food court located in San Jose State University’s Student Union building. This design used the idea of a Japanese ramen cart to create a private dining space for communication between customers and the chef.

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HERMITAGE Designer Zhaoxiang (Curtis) Li Tools SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illusirator Phase Assignment

Hermitage design concept is stacking bricks. This design stacks rectangular blocks to create quiet spaces for students relax.

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COFFEE LAB Designer Zhaoxiang (Curtis) Li , Zhizi(Lucy) Xiao Tools Modo, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illusirator Phase Assignment

This design uses liquid flowing as a concept. I remodeled the existing building and separate the space as three functional area cafes, coffee bean lab, and coffee lecture space.

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BENCHING AND PLANTER SYSTEM Designer Zhaoxiang (Curtis) Li, Graduates of SJSU interior design 2017, Graduates SJSU interior design 2018 Tools SketchUp, Hand crafting Phase Assignment

This project design was inspirated by islands and was developed into a set of benches with urban farming design in the center of Lee Matheson Middle school.

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