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FENG HENRY

Architecture Portfolio

email: henryxfeng@gmail.com | cell:+64210705698

Investigation of basic human ergonomics, density housing, and pushing the limits of compact living. Comparing the density of a slum and the area of a cul-de-sac, this project attempts to develop a hyper density temporary housing scheme.

the module

the component

the slum

Roof Elevation

Plan– Maisonette

modular systems
Plan– Ground Floor

HYPER DENSITY

RENDERED OUTPUT

A

A’

TRANSFORMABLE SPACES

SITE: GENERIC CULDESAC

mesh roof cover

Grand section A-A’

Interior Renders

Workshop. Residential. Exhibition.

MIXED USE international vernacular
UC Berkeley Project:
Development of mixed used spaces where interchangeable programme can occur through investigation of partitioning, folding, and interweaving. Site is based on San Fransisco “Albany Bulb”, within the context of liberal, ‘Hippie Arts’ Vernacular.

FUTURE CHRISTCHURCH PUBLICATION Heritage & Context

1850

Proposed Bus route circulation

timespan of styles

CHCH CBD Heritage Buildings

site area CHCH CBD

Investigation on the gothic heritage of Christchurch architectural history. seeking research as a basis to inform design decisions towards new Architectural styles post-earthquake. Do we rebuild gothic or go with something new? Working under Camia Young (Former OMA designer), and Derek Kawiti (Former AA consultant), Heritage Group is part of a collection of research published in ‘FUTURE CHRISTCHURCH V.1’. (right image)

http://futurechristchurch.wordpress. com/2012/02/24/draft-book/

2006

Heritage research:Gothic vs Non-Gothic Analysis of 50 heritage buildings

organic modelling

paramertic iteration

form from circulation

PROGRAMME

pickup/drop off storage & maintanence main concourse internal waiting area public square passenger circutaion

paramertic distribution

conceptual model

size modulation

Conceptual images: Nature vs Gothic

sectional detail

parametric design tools to create new Parametric design employing and calculated forms of a new gothic integrated ORGANIC MODELLING language.

PARAMETRIC ITERATIVE DESIGN ORGANIC FORMS
conceptual model

Resulting forms of parametric integration: orginc tree geometery, gothic arch, circulation, program distrubution, space modulation, heritage research.

cross section

south-west elevation

new gothic CENTRAL CITY BUS STATION WAITING AREA

MARKET

BUS INTERCHANGE

drawn with Autodesk

Design shown is copyright of ABC Limited
5 A102

Notes:

DN

Room Schedule Numbe r Name Dining Room Living Room Kitchen Games Room Bathroom Bedroom Toilet Laundry Bedroom Bedroom Bathroom Bedroom Bedroom Storage Corridor Storage Storage Storage Storage Corridor Corridor Area 29 m² 29 m² 10 m² 29 m² 4 m² 9 m² 2 m² 4 m² 9 m² 12 m² 5 m² 9 m² 9 m² 2 m² 21 m² 1 m² 0 m² 1 m² 1 m² 5 m² 4 m²

1
1097

2
4 Games Room
172

36
910 x 2030 810 x 1980

12

1
1

171

2 Living Room

Dining Room

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

EQ

7855

5 Bathroom 22 Corridor

15
EQ

Storage

1150

UP

0

4 A102

17
DN

3 A102

16 Corridor 6 Bedroom

Storage

Ref.

Revision Schedule Description

Date

3 7 Toilet 8 Laundry Kitchen

Bathroom Bedroom Corridor Dining Room Games Room Kitchen

3
7300 4790

Laundry Living Room Storage Toilet

1

01 First Floor
1 : 50

A

B

C

5

7496 3426 3476

A102

1
9 10 Bedroom

Bathroom Bedroom Corridor Dining Room Games Room Kitchen Laundry Living Room

2

Bedroom

20 Storage
39

Storage Toilet

19
817

11
9000

1220 x 1980

Storage 21 Corridor 18 Storage

Bathroom

Your Company Name
1250

DN

Your Company Address Here
4 A102

Project:

No:

003

3 A102

Home
Address:

12 Bedroom

13 Bedroom

Enter address here

Client:

Owner
Issue Date: Drawn By:

3

7300

4790...
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