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  1. 1. B A K H Reja Bakh
  2. 2. B A K H Design Team
  3. 3. B A K H Organization Chart Project Leadership Local Consultants Reja Bakh Lisa Xu Other.. Lighting Landscape Curtain Wall MEP Structural Architect of Record Design Director (Shanghai)Design Director (New York) Project Architect Project Architect Account Manager Richard Meier Vivian Lee Client LDI B A K H Architec tureRichard Meier & Partners Richard Meier & Partners in collaboration with In collaboration with Richard Meier & Partners New York is based on project needs Lynn Xu General Manager DesignerDesigner Daniel WinsteadGina Guo Marketing & Communication Management Vivian Wu Designer Chendi Ho Zhihui Liu Xiong Jie Zhenglai Lin Sujuan Liu Johnny Chien Terry Chen Phoebe Zhoue Vivian Wu Zhiqiang Liu Wei Jiang Cathy Qiao Steffenie Langby Kevin Hsu Principal (Australia) KRT (Interior) Our Team /Collaberators Reja Bakh Past and Present Johnny Chien Johnny Chien Johnny Chien Johnny Chien Terry Chen Terry Chen Chendi HoCathy Qiao Phoebe Zhou Phoebe Zhou Phoebe Zhou Phoebe Zhou Wei Jiang Wei Jiang Sujuan LiuSujuan Liu Zhiqiang LiuZhiqiang Liu Lynn Xu Gina Guo Steffenie LangbyKevin Hsu Director BAKH - KRT Interior Austeralia Team Wuhan Team Zhenglai LinZhenglai Lin Lisa XuVivian WuVivian Wu
  4. 4. B A K H Design Economics Performance Performance Design Economics Performance Design Economics B A K H Economics Design Gensler Richar Meier & Partneras Gwathmey Siegel Architects Design Approch WE WORK WITH TOP 5% OF THE MARKET 5 CLIENT COLLABORATION SECRET TO OUR SUCCESS Collaboration A collaborative process between architect, client, potential users, and consultants generates a diversity of design responses unique to the project opportunities and goals. An open process starts with a shared vision crafted through intense and focused dialogue at the outset of the project. An integrated team and a holistic approach with continuous dialogue are essential for the success of the project. With our extensive international experience, it is our belief that the success of a project relies on the active partnership of a local architect. The involvement of this local partner at the outset of the design process ensures a continuity of thought, intent, and execution. Taking a project through the Design Development phase also provides enough depth of thought and coordination necessary for a timely and efficient delivery of the building. Performance 85% OF OUR CLIENTS ARE RETURN CLIENTS 85
  5. 5. B A K H : Arizona California Connecticut Florida Georgia Indiana Iowa Massachusetts Michigan Mississippi Missouri New Jersey New York Portland Texas Virginia : Prague : Aix-en-Provence Boulogne- Billancourt Montpellier Paris Saint-Denis : Baden-Baden Berlin Bonn Dsseldorf Frankfurt Hamburg Leverkusen Mannheim Munich : Prague : Aix-en-Provence Boulogne- Billancourt Montpellier Paris Saint-Denis : Baden-Baden Berlin Bonn Dsseldorf Frankfurt Hamburg Leverkusen Mannheim Munich : Alberta : : Mexico City Riviera Maya Rolandseck Schwendi Stuttgart Ulm : Alessandria Bergamo Bologna Gardone Riviera Jesolo Milan Rome San Donato Milanese : Luxembourg Rolandseck Schwendi Stuttgart Ulm : Alessandria Bergamo Bologna Gardone Riviera Jesolo Milan Rome San Donato Milanese : Luxembourg : Fujian Guangzhou Hangzhou Kunming Nanjing Ningbo Shanghai Shenyang Suzhou Taicang Taiwan Tianjin Wenzhou Wuhan Xian Xiamen Zhengzhou : Tel Aviv : Osaka Tokyo : Kuala Lumpur : Singapore : Karnataka Bangalore
  6. 6. B A K H & 1 & / / & / & / & / & / & & / & 2 3 4 & / / & / & / & / & / & Project Delivery and Process
  7. 7. Conduct best practices research & develop guidelines criteria Prepare project overview & process communication for interviews & focus groups Review objectives, team and process Discuss key issues 1 n Integrate feedback & prepare presentation to senior management n Finalize strategies & implementation plan Senior Management Presentation Workplace Guidelines Communication/ Education Program Delivery Website/Manual Implementation n Conduct best practices research & develop guidelines criteria n Prepare project overview & process communications for interviews & focus groups Data Collection Project Kickoff with Core Team Focus Groups/ Online Services Facility Tours Senior Leadership Interviews (Knowledge Mgt, HR, IS, Real Estate, Admin.) VISIONING Kick-off Meeting with Steering Committee AnalysisKey Issues Recommendations Design n Integrate feedback & prepare alternative directions for the steering committee n Prepare draft real estate/workplace strategies and communication/ education plans Strategy Guidelines & Implementation Plan Draft Communication/ Education Program n Space n Work Practices n Technology & Tools n Communications/Change Mgmt. Workplace Strategy Strategy n Summarize & synthesize collected data n Prepare for trends & findings for review with steering committee n Workplace Requirements n Workflow Requirements n Infrastructure n Equipment n Design Attributes Trends & Findings Workshop n Review objectives, team and process n Discuss key issues Workplace Strategy Process n Integrate feedback & prepare presentation to senior management n Finalize strategies & implementation plan Senior Management Presentation Workplace Guidelines Communication/ Education Program Delivery Website/Manual Implementation n Conduct best practices research & develop guidelines criteria n Prepare project overview & process communications for interviews & focus groups Data Collection Project Kickoff with Core Team Focus Groups/ Online Services Facility Tours Senior Leadership Interviews (Knowledge Mgt, HR, IS, Real Estate, Admin.) VISIONING Kick-off Meeting with Steering Committee AnalysisKey Issues Recommendations Design n Integrate feedback & prepare alternative directions for the steering committee n Prepare draft real estate/workplace strategies and communication/ education plans Strategy Guidelines & Implementation Plan Draft Communication/ Education Program n Space n Work Practices n Technology & Tools n Communications/Change Mgmt. Workplace Strategy Strategy n Summarize & synthesize collected data n Prepare for trends & findings for review with steering committee n Workplace Requirements n Workflow Requirements n Infrastructure n Equipment n Design Attributes Trends & Findings Workshop n Review objectives, team and process n Discuss key issues Workplace Strategy Process B A K H Summarize & synthesize collected data Prepare for trends & findings for review with steering committee Integrate feedback & prepare alternative directions for the steering committee Prepare draft real estate/workplace strategies and communication/ education plans Integrate feedback & prepare presentation to senior management Finalize strategies & implementation plan 2 3 4 Project Delivery and Process
  8. 8. B A K H Reja Bakh Principal Design Director Reja BakhBAKH / 21Richard MeierGwathemy Segal 600 Bakh20 Bauhaus , Bakh Bakh Background , , / MIPIM 2012CIHAF 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 () () 96,000,000 sm 1,294,000 sm 881,774 sm 2,360,000 sm 20,398 sm 230,776 sm 1880 mu 100 ha C4 105,416 sm ******** sm CBD 799,000 sm 8-1,8-2 149,000 sm CBD Block 19 95,360 sm 509,274 sm 1,080,000 sm 3,800,000 sm 2,000,000 sm 3,700,000 sm 71 158,800 sm 500,000 sm 13,000,000 sm 2,000,000 sm 62,964 sm 14,530,000 sm 60,000 sm 73,500 sm 74,200 sm 31,300 sm 22,407 sm 472,200 sm 195 keys 105,193 sm 75,000 sm 144,853 sm 46,000 sm 104,586 sm 509,274 sm 49 85,528 sm 202,200 sm 95,000 sm 106,000 sm COSL530,000 sm 260,000 sm 110,000 sm 75,000 sm GE MBC 206,600 sm 25,000 sm 36,489 sm 25,700 sm 45 38,500 sm 1,043,000 sm 91,000 sm 185,213 sm 228,000 sm 642,240 sm 120.2 ha 6 89,000 sm 348,480 sm 150,000 sm 12 196,000 sm Bechtler Residence, Chen Residence 3,000 sm Dell Residence 685 1,100 sm Freston Residence, Gimelstob Residence, Katsenberg Residence, 1,100 sm Meyer Residence, Malibu, 800 sm Residential Complex, 78,000 sm Dyvasree Residential 472,200 sm 135,000 sm 24.6 ha 19,752 sm 25,000 sm 7,000 sm 75,000 sm 24,700 sm - 160,000 sm Design Team
  9. 9. Reja Bakh Principal Design Director Reja Bakh, Principal design director in BAKH has been practicing architecture design since 1992. BAKH has offices in New York, Hong Kong, and Shanghai. Mr. Bakh received his education from the Graduate School of Architecture at Cornell University / MIT. He has a distinguished career with 23 years of experience in Architecture and Design, as he worked for some of the worlds most renowned design firms. Before joining Gensler as a Design Principal for the Shanghai Office in which he oversaw the companys movement in Asia, he worked in New York with Richard Meier Architects and Gwathemy Segal Architects. Mr Bakh has developed a strong and diverse international portfolio in the United States, Italy, Germany and China in residential, hospitality, mixed-use and campus design. The project sizes range from small-scale product design to a 6,000,000 Square Foot headquarter campus for one of Chinas top 10 largest companies. Mr. Bakhs unique design has reached its international position because it combines and distils two main stream principles in 20th century design. On one hand stands the idealistic European Bauhaus tradition, with its minimalist Less is More, and its modernist Form follows Function philosophy. On the other hand lies the consumer-oriented MAYA principle: Most Advanced Yet Acceptable. Mr. Bakhs achievement in the history of design is his creation of an ultra-modern minimalist form language with extraordinary consumer appeal. By maintaining that Form follows Feelings he brings curiosity and excitement. Of his design, Mr. Bakh says: It must create a connection between the architecture and the user. Not an engineering man-machine relation, but a person to person communication through Architecture and space. Master Planning Tianjing Binhai Tourist Zone Master Plan, China 96,000,000 sm Hangzhou Crystal City Master Plan, Chna 1,294,000 sm Zhengzhou Air Harbor Master Plan, China 881,774 sm Ningbo Wantou Laurence Center, China 2,360,000 sm Taicang Dam Phase III, Taicang, China 20,398 sm Beijing Xibutou - Daxisha Scenic Area 230,776 sm Shimao Shishi Master plan, Xiamen, China 1880 mu Hengmian Old Town of Pudong, Shanghai, China 100 ha Chongqin Rongjing Cheng C4, China 105,416 sm CBD Headquarter Development, Chongqing 799,000 sm 8-1,8-2 Linkong Park,Shanghai, China 149,000 sm Dushuhu CBD Area Block 19, Suzhou, China 95,360 sm Yi Feng Huang Island, Qingdao, China 509,274 sm TaoHua Island Master Plan, Zhoushan, China 1,080,000 sm Guangan Industrial Park, Beijing, China 3,800,000 sm Urban Design for Xianmen South Rail, China 2,000,000 sm Background Selected Project Experience Size Master of Architecture, Cornell University Bachelor of Architecture, Pratt Honors / Activity: MIPIM Asia 2013 - Best Chnina Futura Mega Project Winning Project: Hangzhou Crystal City CIHAF DESIGN CHINA - Masterplan Design Excellence Award Winning Project: Hangzhou Crystal City The Gold Star Award of China Hospitality Winning Project: Kunming Spring City Golf Club Resort World Architecture Feastival 2012 Award Shortlist Winning Project: Wenzhou Binjiang Plaza Project Phase I 2012 National Habitat Award Classical Architecture Gold Metal Winning Project: Xian Puyu Swissotel Hotel The 2012 Asia Hospitality Summit Principal Speaker The 2012 Asia Hospital Construction Summit Principal Speaker Robert James Eidllitz (Fellowship) Cornell University Recipient of Certificate of Student Leadership Pratt Institute Board of Trustees Recipient of National Talent Search (Fellowship) Pratt Institue Governors Award in Art and Architecture Education Shimao Nanjing Straits City, Nanjing, China 3,700,000 sm Binjiang Plot 71 Master Plan, Hangzhou, China 158,800 sm Ningbo East New City, Ninbgo, China 500,000 sm North Hongqiao Master Plan, Shanghai, China 13,000,000 sm Ningbo Wantou Master Plan, Ninbgo, China 2,000,000 sm Yangcheng Lake Harmony, Suzhou, China 62,964 sm Yangcheng Lake Peninsula, Suzhou, China 14,530,000 sm Taicang Technology Media Center, Taicang, China 60,000 sm Mixed-Use Wenzhou Binjiang Plaza Phase I, China 36,489 sm Ningbo Retail Project, Ningbo, China 25,700 sm Shenyang No.45 Tianjin North Street, China 38,500 sm Nanjing straits city Phase I, China 1,043,000 sm Donghai Plaza, Wenzhou, China 91,000 sm Guangqu Lu, Beijing, China 185,213 sm Nanjing Xinjiekou, Nanjing, China 228,000 sm Wenzhou Ouhai CBD, Wenzhou, China 642,240 sm Shenyang Rich Gate, Shenyang, China 120.2 ha Cornell University Master Plan, Ithaca, NY North Bund Master Plan, Shanghai, China Al-Sharq Center, Kuwait City, Kuwait, UAE 140,000 sm Hospitality Hualien Dongyang Plaza Le Meridien Hotel, Taiwa 73,500 sm Xian Puyu Swissotel Hotel, Xian, China 74,200 sm Ningbo Xiangshan Villa, Ningbo, China 31,300 sm Kunming Spring City Golf Resort, Kunming, China 22,407 sm Ningbo Xiangshan Resort, Ningbo, China 472,200 sm Sanya Luhuitou Resort, Sanya, China 195 keys Zhongshan Sheng Xian Resort, Guangdong, China 105,193 sm Anshan Crown Plaza Hotel Facade Concept Design 75,000 sm Concept Design Foshan, China 144,853 sm Ningbo Xiangshan Crown Plaza Hotel, China 46,000 sm Office Buildings Keelung New Harbor Service Building, Taiwan 104,586 sm Hangzhou Hengyi Tower, Hangzhou, China Fujian Strait Bank Office building, China 509,274 sm Block #49 Guotai Junan, Shanghai, China 85,528 sm China Merchants Bank, Shanghai, China 202,200 sm Giant Group Science Park, Phase 2, Shanghai, China 95,000 sm Xiamen Logistics Center, Xiamen, China 106,000 sm COSL Production Park, Tianjin, China 530,000 sm TEDA Corporation Center, Tianjin, China 260,000 sm Bank of Chengdu, Chengdu, China 110,000 sm Bloomberg Office Park, Princeton, NJ 75,000 sm General Electric Headquarters, New York, NY Macklowe Organization Headquarters, New York, NY Munwha Broadcasting Corporation, Seoul, Korea 206,600 sm New York Library Science Industry, New York, NY 25,000 sm PepsiCo Headquarters, Purchase, NY SUNY Syracuse Sports Medicine, Syracuse, NY Tishman Speyer, Berlin, Germany Residential 12 Sanzhoutian Villas, Shenzhen, China 196,000 sm Bechtler Residence, Zumikon, Switzerland Chen Residence, Taipei, Taiwan 3,000 sm Dell Residence, Austin, TX 685 East River Residential Tower, New York, NY 1,100 sm Freston Residence, East Hampton, NY Gimelstob Residence, New Vernon, NJ Katsenberg Residence, Malibu, CA 1,100 sm Meyer Residence, Malibu, CA 800 sm Residential Complex, Shanghai, China 78,000 sm Shanghai Ciros Real Estate Co., Shanghai, China Dyvasree Residential Complex, Bangalore, India 472,200 sm Wenzhou Seven Capital Wanchuan Garden 135,000 sm Anshan Residential Master Plan, Anshan, China 24.6 ha Institutional/Entertainment/Transportation Taicang Exhibition Center, Taicang, China 19,752 sm Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY 25,000 sm Airfield Mater Plan Project, Kunshan, China 7,000 sm Workplace Cornell University Medical Center, New York, NY Credit Lyonnais US Headquarters, New York, NY New York Times Company, New York, NY Random House World Headquarters, New York, NY 75,000 sm Sam Zell Private Office, New York, NY Schering-Plough Corporation, Kenilworth, NJ 24,700 sm The McG raw-Hill Companies, New York, NY 160,000 sm B A K H Design Team
  10. 10. B A K H BAKH BAKHECOTECTECOTECT 3D ECOTECT ECOTECT BAKH LEED LEED BAKH LEED LEED Leadership in Sustainable Design The 4 Tiers of Sustainable Design Basic Practice A. B. C. D. Good Practice Best Practice Transforming Practice
  11. 11. B A K H Transforming Practice Good Practice Best Practice A History of Innovation BAKH is a long-time proponent of green building design. When we began, we hoped to build projects that would preserve natural resources for future generations. Our understanding of sustainable practices has shifted. Now, we know that green buildings are not just the right thing to do for the environment they also produce the business results that matter most to our clients: Greater returns on investment Stronger employee attraction and retention Lower overhead costs Greater employee productivity Weve got the people and the know-how to employ effective, client-specific sustainable strategies. Brand Value, Financial Performance Sustainability isnt just for edgy start-ups, boutique firms and non-profits anymore. Savvy companies are taking the lessons they learned about the benefits of sustainable design, and are focusing their attention on their real estate. Corporate behemoths, professional service firms and even international law firms are readily adopting high performance environments that demand little from our natural environment. The wide array of resources now available allows architects and designers to easily achieve the high level of design expected by these clients. Weve learned that a sustainable approach to design also produces the business results that matter to our clients: reduced energy and operating costs, improved image and marketing advantages, and enhanced workplace performance and quality of life. Special Qualifications Sustainability no longer remains a mere design benefit, as it has become a necessity. While sustainability is not always at the forefront of design in emerging markets, we believe it is a critical component in every project. We continue to forge new frontiers of environmental responsibility. Sustainability remains a key element in our design efforts. From earning certification for a given project to incorporating basic sustainable features into every solution, we have successfully integrated sustainable practices into our projects. Because of our worldwide leadership in sustainability, we have been able to help influence sustainable policies. As a supplement to our sustainable design practices, BAKH uses ECOTECT, a building performance analysis and design tool that combines interactive building design interface and 3D modeling with a wide range of environmental analysis tools. The tool allows designers to gain a detailed assessment of solar, thermal, lighting and shading design, as well as energy and building regulations on top of air flow and cost performance analyses of buildings at any scale. One of the greatest benefits of ECOTECT is its ability to analyze buildings of any level of simplicity or complexity during the design process; even with a basic massing model, designers can start to see the environmental effects of the design decisions made in the early stages of the project. To implement sustainable design principles in each of our projects, BAKH has developed a process that we call The Four Tiers of Sustainability (Four Tiers). Four Tiers is based on the concept that sustainable strategies should impact every project we design, and that sustainability should never be viewed as something external to our standard design process. Within this process, we cross-reference related LEED credits so that designers can clearly see the connection between these strategies and the LEED Rating System. Tier 1: Basic Practices Basic Practices are tactics that every BAKH designer implements on each project. Because the most basic sustainable strategies are simply a matter of making informed choices, Basic Practices are internal training checklists that we meet on every project that we touch. Tier 2: Good Practices Good Practices take sustainable design to a higher level, and begin by collaborating with clients to discuss the most appropriate strategies that meet each individual clients project objectives. Tier 3: Best Practices Best Practices typically result in projects that achieve LEED Silver, Gold, and Platinum certification. Best Practices are implemented in collaboration with clients that are most interested in leveraging the benefits of sustainable design, achieving a LEED rating for their construction projects, and expressing a strong commitment to sustainable design as part of their brand promise. Tier 4: Transformational Practices Finally, Transformational Practices are what we informally refer to as Blue Oceans: areas uncharted in conventional design projects. Because all sustainable strategies rely upon pioneers who discover and invent new approaches to sustainable building, these strategies are implemented with the most forward-looking clients who seek to make an impact not only within their own projects, but also on the future of sustainable building practices. Leadership in Sustainable Design The 4 Tiers of Sustainable Design Basic PracticeA. B. C. D.
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