The Baccarat Hotel is a 115-room ultra-luxury hotel located in New York City, directly across from the Museum of Modern Art.
MAP was commissioned as a BIM consultant by Woods Bagot (the architect-of-record) to rapidly translate the extravagant hotel interior designs of Guilles & Boissier (interior designer) into a versatile building information model for construction and coordination.
The Baccarat Hotel is part of the Baccarat Hotel & Residences, and was completed in 2015.
WASHINGTON DC/ DULLES airport expansion
The renovation & expansion of the Washington Dulles International Airport involved exceptionally complicated mapping, coordination and design of existing infrastructure.
MAP was subcontracted as a BIM consultant by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (prime architect) to model & coordinate the new design and engineering systems with existing infrastructure. MAP translated the laser scan survey into a virtual construction model, enabling clash-detection as well as animated phasing studies. The project pioneered BIM integration in complex infrastructural coordination projects and is expected to lead to further BIM developments.
Deloitte is a global auditing and consulting firm looking to refresh its many offices across Canada. Deloitte Toronto is one of many such projects as Deloitte relocates into the newly completed Bay Adelaide Centre.
MAP was commissioned as a BIM consultant by Woods Bagot (design consultant) to assist in the planning, design, and documentation of this new state-of-the-art office with the latest BIM technologies. BIM helped accelerate design development by generating simultaneous design options without compromise in schedule.
Delhi One is a large scale mixed-use complex in the emerging city of Noida, located southeast of Delhi, India.
MAP was commissioned as a BIM Consultant by Woods Bagot (architect) to implement a BIM process for the master-planning and of the 5 million square-foot complex. The enormity of the project required the management and coordination of many separate BIM models to allow for flexible design development. The BIM model facilitated the effective communication and coordination between the project team members located internationally.
This mixed-use proposal was an attempt to introduce the retail giant Nordstrom into the prominent retail corridor of New York's Madison Avenue. An existing underground MTA Metro North railroad displaced the tower's infrastructure, thus creating a unique design challenge.
Before founding MAP, Alfred Huang was a senior designer in Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) assigned to this proposal, where he experimented with BIM's unique visualization tools to prototype dynamic program diagrams linked to parametric area calculations.
152 east 87th street
MAP was commissioned as a BIM consultant by Montroy Anderson and DeMarco (architect) to model and render the 17-story residential condominium development located in New York City.
MAP combined the normally-redundant rendering model and the documentation model in favor of a singular, multi-purpose BIM model. This investment in BIM streamlined the team's design and documentation timeline while also yielding beautifully accurate renderings and drawings for the project team as they push forward with the iterative design process.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN HEALTH & MEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
The South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) is state-of-the-art urban research facility located in Adelaide, South Australia. It features a unique exterior skin designed to respond to its environment and internal program.
MAP was commissioned as a BIM Consultant by Woods Bagot (architect) to model the complex modular diagrid system that generates the exterior envelope's organic form. MAP used parametric tools to optimize the geometries for fabrication and assembly.
SAHMRI was completed in 2013, and the parametric exterior skin contributed to the building's LEED Gold sustainability rating.
MAP was commissioned as a BIM consultant by Woods Bagot (architect) to assist in the planning, design and documentation of this new state-of-the-art financial office with the latest BIM technologies. The BIM process helped accelerate design development with on-demand design visualizations that facilitated communication of design intent with the client. The model became a useful tool in the strategic planning and layout of the office.
The project is located in Canary Warf, east of London and was finished in 2011.
busan lotte world
Situated on the prominent Busan waterfront, the Busan Lotte Town Tower promises to become the new gateway to East Asia. Its vast mixed-use program is stacked in a slender mixed-use tower for offices, hotel, and condominium, while a vibrant retail and entertainment podium activates the streetscape.
Before founding MAP, Alfred Huang was a senior designer on Skidmore, Owings & Merrill's (SOM) Busan Lotte project team. He pioneered BIM technologies that helped design, coordinate and optimize the complex structural and mechanical systems that makes much of the supertall innovations possible.
Engineered with an efficient shape and structure, the Lotte Supertower aspired to be the tallest supertower in Asia. Its aerodynamic profile optimizes the stress distribution while harmoniously uniting form with function.
Before founding MAP, Alfred Huang was a senior designer with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) that pioneered BIM technologies for parametric design on this project. The team developed an adaptive building information model that allowed for rapid design prototyping. The innovative process became an illuminating case study on BIM's increasingly critical role in skyscraper and supertall design.
westfield los angeles
Westfield Corporation is a leading global retail real-estate group looking to establish a new headquarter in Los Angeles.
MAP was commissioned as a BIM consultant by Woods Bagot (architect) to assist in the planning, design and documentation with the latest BIM technologies. The BIM process accelerated design development with simultaneous design iterations without compromise in schedule.
The 81,000 square-foot project was completed in 2013.
SOUTH BEACH PSYCHIATRIC CENTER CENTRAL SERVICES BLDG
The new $42 million Central Services Building at the South Beach Psychiatric Center is the latest post-Sandy storm-resilient building commissioned by the New York State Office of General Services.
MAP was subcontracted as a BIM Consultant by STV (architect) to enhance the integration of BIM in the fast-track design-build project. MAP assisted in the planning, design and documentation of the 46,600 square-foot facility. The final BIM model contributed to reducing project completion time by two years.
The MAP subcontract qualified for the New York State MBE Certification for a state sponsored project.
one world trade center
Completed in 2014, One World Trade Center recaptures the New York City skyline and establishes a new civic icon for city and for the the country. Its simplicity and timeless clarity of form continues the long tradition of American ingenuity in skyscraper construction.
Before founding MAP, Alfred Huang was a senior designer on Skidmore, Owings & Merrill's (SOM) World Trade Center project team. He pioneered the use of BIM technologies, making One World Trade Center one of the first supertowers in the world to be designed with BIM.
Noted for its distinctive facade, the Zuellig Building is the first Class-A office building in Manila's Makati Central Business District that is awarded LEED Platinum for its environmentally conscious design.
Before founding MAP, Alfred Huang was the senior designer in Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) who led the Zuellig Building project team. He streamlined the BIM workflow and integrated iterative design modeling with simultaneous documentation. The expressive curtain wall was modularized and optimized with BIM's parametric tools to tackle the excessive heat of Philippine's tropical seasons.
one world trade center
The first version of One World Trade Center incorporated many innovations in architecture, structure, safety, and sustainability. Designing a twisting form to suspend a sprawling wind-farm 2,000 feet in the sky required parametric tools that optimize the geometry and systems.
Before founding MAP, Alfred Huang was a senior designer on Skidmore, Owings & Merrill's (SOM) World Trade Center project team. He pioneered the use of BIM technologies, making it was one of the first supertowers to be designed with BIM.