SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI AT MĀNOA

Wetland Exhibition / Recreational Facility

Michael Honyak, Diane Moore, Akira Ishikawa, Elliot Lazo
Arch 744 Architectural Studio V: Comprehensive Design
Fall 2016
Professor: Pu Miao

An 1850-square meter public educational/resting facility in a suburban regional park near Shanghai. Students’ tasks range from research, schematic design and partial construction documents. The emphasis is on a creative form which also answers to a unique culture, complex functions and construction challenges.

Location:
Inter-City Park, Kunshan, Jiangsu Province, China

Final Site Plan
Final Site Plan
Final Model
Final Model
Drainage Diagrams
Drainage Diagrams
Natural Ventilation Diagrams
Natural Ventilation Diagrams
Egress Diagrams
Egress Diagrams
Final Elevations and Sections
Final Elevations and Sections
Final Renderings
Final Renderings
Final Renderings
Final Renderings
Final Renderings
Final Renderings
Specifications
Specifications
Specifications
Specifications
Detail Sections
Detail Sections
Detail Sections
Detail Sections
Detail Sections
Detail Sections
Detail Sections
Detail Sections
Structural Plans
Structural Plans
Structural Plans
Structural Plans
Structural Plans
Structural Plans
Structural Plans
Structural Plans
Structural Plans
Structural Plans
Structural Plans
Structural Plans
Structural Plans
Structural Plans

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