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Frederick Deza, LEED AP

Frederick Deza, LEED AP

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Master Planning

Galaxy Bay East is located in Shenyang China, along a river prominently running within the city . With combined GFA of 2.9 million sq ft, the MLP is composed mainly of high-end residential, commercial, hotel, clubhouse and kindergarten. Buildings are arranged to terrace down, reducing to merely 2-3 storey villa as it nears the river front. Spaces in between are kept as large as possible, to accommodate green spaces, and as well as keep maximum sunlight penetration for all residential units. Skyline for hi-rise towers has rational taper towards the center, to help emphasize the central axis towards the river. The development will rise in 5 Phases.Client gave a green light for SD development of Phase 1 (13 buildings) which begins by 2nd Quarter 2011.

 

Involvement:

Hands-on on the design process under the watch of Design Director. Normally,I jumpstart design process through free hand sketches coupled with 3D massing models. All of which is based on a  spreadsheet from clients requirements. By identifying points of interest that works and doesnt, the design and spreadsheet  numbers is referenced back and forth in cyclical process until desired result is achieved. 

Concept Design package are presented to client in Shenyang or Shanghai. On some occasions,  I tag along with the Directors for such meetings in order to supplement information whenever needed.

 
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Status: Unbuilt
Location: Shenyang, China
My Role: Works closely with Design Director for conceptual design stage. Hands-on with free hand drawing, CAD, 3D massing, area spreadsheet and main contact point of LDI and consultants. Travels to Shanghai and Shenyang for project meetings.
Additional Credits: Urban Projects Limited

 
MLP layout
MLP layout
scaled model of MLP (done by others)
scaled model of MLP (done by others)
initial massing and sketches
initial massing and sketches
initial studies
initial studies
initial studies
initial studies

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