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  • CONTENTS

    Resume Pg. 3

    Cracked Nightclub/ Restaruant Pg. 4-6

    Sofitel Presidential Suite Pg. 7-9

    Themal Bath House Pg. 10-13

    Freehling Pots & Pans Pg. 14-15

    Day Care Center Pg. 16-17

    Loft in NYC Pg. 18-19

    Visonary Drawing Pg. 20-21

  • EDUCATIONThe School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, ILBachelor of Fine Arts, Expected Graduation- May, 2015

    WORK EXPERIENCEInternship, CL Design Studios LLC, The Greystone Project, Summer 2013- Set up files for laser cut and do the cutting- Design boxes for drawings using laser cutter

    Student Worker, Instructional Resource Facilities Management, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2012 -2013- Design posters and signage for public events- Perform general administrative tasks (answer phones, field classroom maintenance requests) Design Coordinator, 2009-2012- Designed posters for social events - Organized and designed themes for special events - Prom, Winter Dance, Halloween Party- Performed film and video editing of social events for marketing and archives

    Editor of Yearbook, 2010-2012- Designed the layout of school Yearbook- Coordinated design revisions and request with publisher - Completed photography services and editing of social events

    Design Intern, Top Red Coffee, Taiwan 2009-2011 and winter break 2011- Designed marketing graphics and layouts for menus and posters

    EXHIBITION & AWARDSMerit Scholarship Recipient 2011-2015George Little Scholarship 2013

    SKILLS- Advance: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, AutoCAD, Sketchup, Alias, Showcase, Keyshot- Intermediate: Rhino, Vray- Beginning: Revit - Basic wood shop machines, laser cutter, 3D printer(Maker Bot)

    RESUME

  • The concept of this design came from the cuisine we decided to serve in the restaurant/night club. Molecular Gastronomy cuisine is now emerging in many countries. It is not only a type of cuisine, but also a form of art and design. A common technique used in molecular food is Spherification and youll have to break the sphere to get a taste of the food. Basically, molecular gastronomy is about breaking the form of food and transform it into something else. With this in mind, it inspired us to create a sphere structure in the interior which allows people to be in it. What makes the sphere so special is that it is the VIP lounge. The surface of the sphere is cracked all around the diameter to allow the VIPs to get a view of the dance floor from above. There are 5 more other VIP room in the club but not as special because the sphere is the focus. The 5 VIP rooms and the entrance is made out of cast plaster that takes the form of a cave. The idea is to create a space in which youll feel that the interior is being wrecked and the form is being damaged.

    CRACKED RESTARUANT/NIGHT CLUB Partner: Echo Wu (HeQin)

  • VIP DiningDining/Dance floor

    Coat Check

    Rooftop bar

    Mini Bar

    VIP Lounge

    VIP Lounge

    Smoking area

    DJ Booth

    Entrance/Reception

    Snarkitecture

    Main Bar

    Inspiration

    Slab Table

  • SOFITELPRESIDENTIAL SUITE

  • PROCESS & SKETCHES

    First floor plan sketch

    Modified floor plan

  • View of the cube from all sides of the suite

  • THERMAL BATH HOUSE ON NORTHERLY ISLAND

    PROGRAM ANALYSIS

    In Progress Project

    SPACE DIVIDING SCHEDULE + ACCESS

  • SITE ANALYSIS

  • VOLUMETRIC STUDY

    ATRIUM FRIGIDARIUM SAUNA

    TEPEDARIUMCALDARIUMAPODYTERIUM

    - Glass walls on all 4 sides to get a 360 degree views of both the city and Lake Michigan.- High ceiling (20 ft) with a drop ceiling to get soft lighting

    - Outdoor infinity pool- Divided into two pools: ice bath, regular swim-ming pool-Links to Caldarium and Apodyterium

    - Outdoor infinity pool- Divided into two pools: ice bath, regular swim-ming pool-Links to Caldarium and Apodyterium

    - Outdoor infinity pool- Divided into two pools: ice bath, regular swim-ming pool-Links to Caldarium and Apodyterium

    - Walk down directly into hot water- Space will be dark with red lighting- Seperate into an intimate part and a socialize part

    - Rows of chaning/shower stalls with natural light- Transition space in the middle with lower ceiling and dim lightings to create a contrast of light with the changing rooms

    STUDYING VOLUMES BY USING RECTANGULAR VOLUMES (will not be rectangular for final design)

    VOLUMETRIC STUDYCALDARIUM

    VOLUMETRIC STUDYTEPIDARIUM LACONICUM

    VOLUMETRIC STUDYTEPIDARIUM LACONICUM

  • LIGHTING STUDY

    ATRIUM CALDARIUM TEPEDARIUM

  • THE FREEHLING POTS & PANSThe Concept Original

    Because the clients had been in Hyde Park for more than 40 years, I think itll be important to include the elements of the location in the design. Looking at the map, the first thing that caught my attention is the highlighted part- the main street of Hyde Park. Since the location is not far away from the Lake, I wanted to incorporporate the lake into my design, and also the greenery in Hyde Park. To me, the most important part in a store is where the register is be-cause thats where people will have to go to before leaving the store; therefore, I based my design on the map and made the oval part the heart of the retail store.

  • SECOND FLOOR (OFFICE)

    WALL COLOR

    SHELVINGS

    FLOOR

    CONFERENCEROOM

    CAFE/KITCHEN

    CASHIER

    OTHER KITCHENWARE

    POTS &PANS

    COFFEE &TEA

    WINE GLASS

    OFFICE

    VOLUNTEERS OFFICE

    GATHERING AREA

    SECTION

    FIRST FLOOR (RETAIL)

  • DAYCARE CENTER A survey taken in 1988 asking adults about their feelings, emotions, and attitudes toward their home environments found a consistent theme that emerged from the interviews. The detailed descriptions people gave of the memorable places of childhood including childhood experiences of notable hiding places and child-created dwellings. It was concluded that childrens experiences with the environment play a significant role in their development. The goal in this pproject is to fuse the knowledge from research in various disciplines with the design recommendations specific to the educational approach of the center. The inspiration of this design came from nature. When I was a kid, I hate going to daycare center. Thinking of it now, I think it was because of the interior. Most daycare center is just a room filled with florescent lights and rows of chairs and table. If I designed a more lively space and bring in natural element, it might make the children feel more comfortable in it. The tree in the space is the focus point of the daycare center. I choose to put it there because itll allow the skylight to cast a dramatic shadow on the floor which is similar to being in nature. Not only can the children nap and play around the tree, but also to hang their artworks on the branches, symbolizing their growing and learning process.

  • Tree/ Furniture

    Floor

    MATERIALS

  • L O F T I N N Y C

    The clients, Alex and Mac have bought a loft in midtown Manhattan, near the Empire State Building. The loft takes up the top two floors in an 8 story building. They want their loft to be an architectural statement, intelligent, and provocative while being very comfortable and inviting. Alex is a successful mystery writer. She is adjunct faculty at Colum-bia where she teaches creative writing. Mac is a very accomplished composer and musician. He specializes in musical scores for movies. He teaches master classes ar Juilliard. They hace two daughters, both studying music. The whole family are coracious readers and want as much library space as possible in their home. Not wanting to place a normal book shelve in the loft, I designed a stair which can be used as book shelves and also pedestals where Alex can display her art collection. The stairs is the focus point of the loft; it can be seen from all open space in the interior, both first floor and second floor.

    FIRST FLOOR MODELMATERIALS

    BLACK MARBLE (KITCHEN)

    NATURAL BLACK CHERRY

    WULNUT FLOORING TILES

    WHITE OAK

    CONCRETE (FLOOR & WALL)

    SECOND FLOOR MODEL

  • STUDY MODEL (SKETCHUP)LIVING ROOMFINAL MODEL (PHYSICAL)

  • Visonary Drawing