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2002–2010 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO SHENG-PING LIN (ASTOR LIN)

Sheng-Ping Lin(Astor) spldesignlab@gmail.com 213 300 3073 U.S.A.

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Portfolio Catalog: CV

SHENG-PING LIN (ASTOR) 2-3

STUDIO+DD design studio+ design documentation

Fashion Museum Tower in Omotesando Street - Tokyo Instructor: Spina, Marcelo Instructor(s): Wiscombe, Thomas +Baumgartner, Herwig 5-16

Competition

Emergence­ — New Memorial for the Alishan Forestry Team project 17-27

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Future Urban Cell Instructor: Hernan Diaz Alonso 29-46

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Entrance Design 47-57

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Escaping from reality

Instructor: Hernan Diaz Alonso 59-72

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Professional Work

J.J.Pan and Partners, Architects and Planners

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Central park Taipei Gateway Instructor: Chungwei Su 101-115

AS applied studies

Manifold Tectonics: Surface atructure and material assembly Instructor: Spina, Marcelo 117-126

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2-GAX VISUAL STUDY Instructor: Manferdini, Elena 127-131

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Lin, Sheng-ping 林聖平 born in Taipei, Taiwan, 1981

Education

1996 Sep-2002 Aug Junior College of Architecture (6-year program) Chinese Junior College of Industrial and Commercial Management Taipei, Taiwan 2002 Sep-2005 Aug Bachelor of Architecture (5-year program) Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan 2005 Sep-2007 Aug Master of Architecture II (2-year program) Design Studio National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan 2009 Sep-2011 Sep Master of Architecture II (2-year program) Southern California Institute of Architecture,Los Angeles,U.S.A.

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Internship Experience(1998~2006)

AURA, architects & associates Accton Headquarter Building competition ARCTANGENT, aRCHITECTURE+dESIGN Renewal Design of Entry Image and Pedestrian Environment, Zhongqing Road, Taichung City Riverside landscape Design, Chaoyang River, Situn District, Taichung Taipei, architects & associates Suzhou eMEX Building Green Field International Group Shanghai Residential Complex (with Kenzo Tango Associates) Chin Tsai Chiang Architect Kim-man Junior High School Stadium Kim-man Heritage Building Renewal Hsi Ming Yeh Architect Muzha Housing Complex Taipei County Funeral Parlor Design Competition aipei County Shi Cheng Crematorium amsui Housing Complex, Ching Yi Construction & Development

Professional Experience

J.J.Pan and Partners, Architects and Planners 2007 Sep 2008 Jan 2008 Mar 2008 Sep 2008 Sep

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National Taichung Library(1st prize) + DD, SD Gymnastics Hall, Kim-man County (2nd Prize) Hua Nan Bank Headquarter Building (3rd Prize) Diplomat Dormitory, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1st Prize)+DD Library and Information Building, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences (1st Prize)+DD

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Student Activities 2002

Graduate Team Work of Junior College (1st prize)

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Mentor:Ho-pin Chuen, Ta-jen Tsai South Africa AIDS Vaccination Center & Football Field Design

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Mentor: Kuang-ting Wu Archargen International Design Workshop

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Mentor: Chia-kai Yang, Si-chieh Lu 2006 Far Eastern International Digital Design Award (top 30th) 2006 Chiao Tung Architecture Design Award (2nd Prize)

2006 MArchII

Mentor: Chung-wei Su, Liang-chuan Chen TADA Center( Taiwan Architecture, Design and Art Center) Entrance Design (3rd Prize) Main Gate Public Art Competition, Chung Hua University (1st prize) Taiwan Architecture Award (selected)

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Mentor: Shin Wong, Shang-ping Chen Yilan International Children's Folklore & Folkgame Festival

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Mentor: Yu-tung Liu, Cheng-te Tseng Architecture Trip: Beijing, Suzhou, and Shanghai 2007 Chiao Tung Architecture Design Award (1st Prize)

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Mentor: Chia-kai Yang 2007 Street Furniture Creative Design Award (selected)

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New Memorial for the Alishan Forestry competition (excellent work)

Riverside Interactive Installation

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Ita Thao People Self-help Housing after 921 Earthquake Architecture Trip with Yoshio Kato: Tokyo and Kyoto Tadao Ando Architecture Trip

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Project Name : Fashion Museum Year :2009

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Fashion Museum Tower in Omotesando Street - Tokyo

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The challenge consists in designing a 100 meters high towermuseum,containing exhibition areas of 20th century fashion history and becoming a landmark for Omotesando Street. This avenue gathers the world’s most important fashion houses, at their maximum magnificence. These buildings have been designed by Japan and the world’s best architects. It is an incredible opportunity for the winning architect to gain professional acknowledgment at a potentially growing market, such as fashion house buildings in Tokyo.

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This design is an research and study of having a project of lines instead of a project of surfaces. The super dense refers to the city context, the contrast between the building and the surrounding, the program and the challenge of how to create a space built by lines. Beyond the boundary of the structure, membranes or envelopes, this design merges them together while providing an efficient space in the dense of tokyo.

9 The thickens of the strings wall create an buffer space from the outside, it also support itself as well as the lateral force of the building and provide a column-free space for the museum. its not a surface, but it create an envelope by having a super dense pattern and hierarchies.

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Project Name : Fashion Museum Year : 2009

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The strings system describes how the pattern transfer from the facade into the building and depar t the space. Also it shows a serial of variations in terms of scripting to generate different patterns. We used different methods to control it ranges from density, orientation, thickness or color. We could control the density or the thickness in order to create a pattern of more or less transparency or even a solid facade to response the environmental interaction.

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We designed the way that the strings were generated and build the bounding box as a volume to contain the strings. The unpredictability of the scripting create va r i a t i o n s o f d e n s i t y i n certain area and some part of it just fade out and become the access between different spaces.

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Project Name : Fashion Museum Year : 2009

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More particular for this project, it is more important to research how to apply the technique scriptingwield onto the integrated building rather than explore how the strings could operate architecturally.

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Project Name : Emergence Year : 2010

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Emergence­ — New Memorial for the Alishan Forestry

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Emergence­ — New Memorial for the Alishan Forestry When Architecture Meets Metaphor In this competition, the most critical challenge is to develop a new memorial prototype by melding architectural language with metaphysical elements.    The design process consists of tons of drawings, tests, and intense dialectics between the ideas of the metaphysics and the concrete science; the product means to invoke people’s memories of the forestry and of the mountain Alishan in Taiwan.

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The Devaluated Site Although the site is located in a natural environment, it actually is a man-made plat plane by removing the trees and cutting the earth. In other words, it is fiercely separated from the environmental, historical, and functional context. Hence, we need to give back what it deserves: retrieving the original appearance of the mountain. This strategy is translated into a continuous skyline sloping up gradually in the section. Thus, the volume is determined.

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The diamond form The next issue is the form, and the site has offered abundant clues to the possibilities. The coniferous trees are one of them. This dominate species in Alishan becomes a significant role in our study. Since the treestructure is a forming strategy favored by the domestic and foreign designers, we analysis the conifers branching rules, simplify them, and convert them into a basic geometric form: the diamond. It proves an essential element of the designing process. Applying the structural and constructive strategies to the diamond geometry, we furthermore obtain a conifer-structure unit that consists of a concrete foundation, a steel frame, and wood shutters. We configure the controlling geometric and parametric system that enables the transformation of the modular units, so each element could fit in the site and in the constructive process.

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The diamond geometry is carried through 01 to the landscape design, too. According to the height of the base that supports the sculpture, we create a continuous to p o g r a p hy fo r t h e d i s a b l e d p e o p l e . Moreover, the circulation system of the site is considered, and the street benches, which also reflect the idea of the diamond, become parts of the topographical design that define the interface between the parking lots and the walk way. In a word, the geometry integrates the site planning and the architectural design as a whole.

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The Rail Landscape We arrange the configuration of the lighting system, so it looks like the leave veins that imply the curving pattern of the railways. The deeper the lights go into the site, the more the numbers of the branching. Finally, the lights converge together around the sculpture and the post and the machine of the mobile cable systems, which harvested the timbers in the old days. The lightings/ railways extend into the site and turn into the conifer structural system, and it infers the connection of the artificial and the natural.

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The Re-born Place These are our annotations regarding to our homeland, Taiwan. We integrate the meanings and the forms, organize the design by a logical and dynamical generating system, and try to create a new relationship between the human and the nature. The project Emergence substantiates each of our thought, and we would like to share it with you.

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Future Urban Cell

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E rysiphales have supercial mycelium which extracts nourishment from the host plant through specialized hyphae that penetrate the epidermal cells of the host by means of absorbing organs called haustoria.

Project Name : Future Urban Cell Year : 2010

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The infection of the host plant begins with the sexual ascospores, or the asexual conidia germinating on the surface of the plants leaf or stem, resulting in septate mycelium of uninucleate cells.

In most powdery mildews only the epidermal cells are attacked. The external mycelium gives rise to short, erect conidiophores, each of which bearing a single row of barrelshaped spores, the youngest being at the base.

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2002–2010 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO SHENG-PING LIN (ASTOR LIN) Mildew refers to a special kind of fungus. Its spore has the mobility to float by wind. Besides, it is able to duplicate and double its body structure. Mildew can thrive on hosts that it attaches. It uses its tentacle to connect with the host and then becomes part of its host. The research and model here is based on the unique feature of mildew spore proliferation to develop a distinct primitive unit. This unit is broken into two cells:

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Project Name : Future Urban Cell Year : 2010

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The spiral cell can grow either direction. It imitates the feature of mildew tentacle, which has the ability to connect with the host.

Second, the energy-storing cell

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The energy-storing cell is developed in the crack of spiral cells and provides the energy needed by spiral cell.

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The unit proliferates and combines with each other ver tically, symmetrically, or mirror-reflectionally to create the most appropriate way attaching with the building.

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Project Name : Future Urban Cell Year : 2010

Our team is composed of five members, each of us is taking care of one of the critical elements of a city.

01 Future city image 02 Los angeles downtown 03 put sky-train in downtown 04 connection each station

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The five elements in urban are infrastructure, residence area, office area, parks, and culture space. I am in charge of infrastructure planning: design public transportation system. Los Angeles is overly spread out. How can the city deal with the coming issues like the large amount of immigrants moving into downtown, the lack of energy and resources, and the crowed public space in the city.

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2002–2010 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO SHENG-PING LIN (ASTOR LIN) The solution we proposed is a vertical city plan: a multi-layered and webwoven transportation network.

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The existing buildings in the city are the hosts of the new transportation system. Train stations are installed in the intersections.

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Except for the current existing transportation system, we also develop a new non-stopping circular line within that existing system. The new city-wide transportation system not only provides people with a much faster way to commute but also provides residents a more convenient life. Each building is connected with each other by the continually extending unit cells.

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The interior of each building to some extend connects with each other and becomes part of the space in the city. When the unit cell attaches to the building, its body structure extends into the interior of the building. The floor where the unit attaches becomes the lobby of train station.

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Entrance Design Projects TADA Center( Taiwan Architecture, Design and Art Center)Entrance Design Main Gate Public Art Competition, Chung Hua University

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Project Name : TADA Center Entrance Year : 2006 Design

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01 The leftover space The process of urban regeneration The main issues: continuity of histor y/ reappearance of culture/ transformation of industry/ activation of society Under present value The renewal project of any leftover space could insert more functions and more aspects of thinking After Economy Take-off, The living standard of Taiwanese people was improved and the impor t limitation was canceled Infrastructures of these industries were gradually replaced . And their hardware also was gradually abandoned

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To t h e 2 1 s t c e n t u r y nowadays.We live in between globalization and localization Still many contradiction and chances exist around us.

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2002–2010 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO SHENG-PING LIN (ASTOR LIN) Ta i c h u n g O l d W i n e Factory is a good example When a state-operated building lost its status and function.

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The integration of subculture always a strong catalyzer of urban renewal process Andy Warhol operated The Factory in Pop time S O H O i n N ew Yo rk , a place gathering people such as artists and designers all over the world and a source of culture renovating LEAD in Manhattan, this organization carefully managed the local water system. With the successful experience of renewal leftover space, We see the opportunities of re-use these spaces

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Project Name : TADA Center Entrance Design Year : 2006

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01 To response the creative program from TADA The characteristics of contemporar y space (ambiguous / variation/ flow/ transparence) Moving and blurring we try to change. The local characteristic of Taiwan architecture Bamboo is the most real material that reflects Taiwan.

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2002–2010 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO SHENG-PING LIN (ASTOR LIN) Bamboo is a very common material which could use in many different parts of building Could be column with its toughness . Could be wall strip with its flexibility. The spirit of technical art need to be uncovered Handmade bamboo container with special structure Plant bamboo in the area where the building need column use bamboo column placing in different density to define other activity edges.

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The strategy of mixing function and artistry L e a d u s to t h i n k t h e possibility of bamboo To form a continuing green belt.

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2002–2010 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO SHENG-PING LIN (ASTOR LIN) Overture, between implications , city is a multidimensional environment.

Project Name : Escaping from reality Year : 2002

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People have their own maps in their mind, no matter who. Many different characters exist. City, the hardware, need people, the software, to motivate its function and potentiality. Everyone has different background and different opinion.Of course, everyone faces the city with different attitudes. How to define those characters and connect together into a story is the main issue in my design. A research without clear definition. Also the grey area involved with urban, people, street and nature.

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Urban = organiam People = junction Street = network Nature = buffer zone

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Different colors and lights in different levels influence the stress we bear in mind. The changes are equal to the various scales of alley and lanes. In different time, nature and artificial lights reflect different character even in the same location. People live in this multidimensional environment In their mind, the multiple characters of soul are accrued. The site is around Linsen North Road, also called Rokujyoudoo( the sixth avenue), kept with Japanese street character in Taipei.

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2002–2010 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO SHENG-PING LIN (ASTOR LIN) A good location to observe people with multiple characteristics. Different stories happen in the same location in different time.

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Media for escaping The results after a phenomenon intrude the city , the path of thieves , parasitized on building facade become another vertical circulation of city

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Professional Work

J.J.Pan and Partners, Architects and Planners 2007 Sep

National Taichung Library(1st prize) + DD, SD

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Gymnastics Hall, Kim-man County (2nd Prize)

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Hua Nan Bank Headquarter Building (3rd Prize)

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Diplomat Dormitory, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1st Prize)+DD

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Library and Information Building, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences (1st Prize)+DD

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2002–2010 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO SHENG-PING LIN (ASTOR LIN) In this design, a new urban strategy is brought up.The design strategy is a object to connect present and future, tradition and digital. We connected activities and events happened around Taichung,Green belts, axes and activities, through the idea of merging inside and outside from Klein bottle, all connects into this site to form a border less design concept.

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Greenery and vast space is our very first thought upon the site, which is also the focus of its spatiality.Moreover, we have observed how the inhabitants of the everpaced city would seek for retreat in the green, pausing to unwind oneself.We would hate to relinquish this gift by nature; Thus, we formed the Library in the shape of L to revolve around the greenery and guide the passers/nature into the embrace of knowledge.

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2002–2010 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO SHENG-PING LIN (ASTOR LIN) The trees within the site holds the memor y for shelters during the 921 Earthquake.We include this recollection and signify it through the landscape.First of all, we used the earth dug from the underground car park formed into mounds in the open space. These we r e t h e n i n te g r a te d with the bands of foliage guided from the roads along the site. The visitors can now stroll along the field, where bands of foliage flow into the park and they ripple around the mounds like water around stones.

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Lines on the façade is coming from the activities happened around this site.

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The folded surface represents the relationship between sunshine and interior activities. Those special lines also reflected the conversation between traditional and digital, which will become part of city memory.

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The frame scene from both ends will become one of the city expressions to welcome citizens join and share this space.

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The detail section of the wall.

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Stone, the special symbol of earth, is the origin of design concept. The design created building mass with cutting and paring and so as to facade with the folding plate.

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Project Name : Hua Nan Bank Headquarter 01 perspective 02 element explosion Year : 2008 03 site location This project is headquarter design of a traditional enterprise. The site is in Taipei CBD around many modern high rise and Taipei 101.

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The design should create a unique architecture language without only competition in height. With this unique language, the building c o u l d l e t p e o p l e fe e l the creative and a c t i ve p e r s p e c t i ve o f thisenterprise.

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2002–2010 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO SHENG-PING LIN (ASTOR LIN) The concept of window is used as a concept of this dormitor y facade,The floor plan is a flexible layout to fit the request for equal interior space and contour line of the site.

Diplomats are the window opening to the outside world of a country T h r o u g h t h e w i n d o w, people between two countries could communicate with each other.

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On the ground floor, the p u b l i c s p a c e c r e a te s the open and roomy atmosphere The design create the most value in a ver y limited construction budget.

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Project Name : Library and Information Year : 2008 Building

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The site is located in a v i r g i n fo r e s t w h e r e several kinds of monkeys live. The site is very long and narrow. Next to the forest, the main idea of site layout is not to destroy this forest and hill.

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In this small site, the library will be a convective complex with multi functions. With better penetrating and liquidity, this building will be suitable for warm and wet subtropical climate. And with this character, students will be easy to walk around the public space and connect to whole campus.

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Central park Taipei Gateway The Gateway stacking with different periods of history

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Flows of people and vehicle. The old rail track become the block of urban development. Form a black hole of urban development. The importance of Taipei station is getting weaker from the variation of transportation The leftover space become a space consumption Dead urban space and negative image.

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2002–2010 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO SHENG-PING LIN (ASTOR LIN) Central park Taipei Gateway The Gateway stacking with different periods of history. The Gateway stacking with different periods of history.

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Construct out the underground system of city altogether.

Application of the room and city image-building before standing in discussion.

The trends of people move the direction. Let the field land and activity closer.

City is the place for people to experience and wal. The original chrematistic should be presented Taipei station includes: Rail system, high speed rail, Taipei metro system Redefinition of Taipei station . Weaving the gaps formed between times redefine landscap . Different landscape intercross a new Taipei impression. Formation of city gateway. The importance of Taipei station is getting weaker from the variation of transportation The leftover space become a space consumption . The trace of time The underground rail will be uncovered . The definition of old city The mixing and interlacing of history Double goal: be urban living room and city gateway.

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The mixing and interlacing of history. Double goal: be urban living room and city gateway. High level of site section. How to connect ground level and flyover?

Put into green purpose in the field land tightenned on the space.

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Project Name : Central park Taipei Gateway 01 explain design 02 sketch for future image Year : 2006 03 urban program

01 Open the entrance lobby to let light and wind going to underground this opening will also define a clear direction which is quite vague right now.

Connect interior and exterior spaces Merge the edges between cities Totally open the first floor of station Reorganize the original structure.

The setup of high ways the stations starts to divide into two with different functions .Start to connect east and west sides of station . Station finally become part of urban space. The second floor of station is the main infrastructure integration.

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Strategy of pedestrian and vehicle separation . Main flow of vehicles will transport by a plat connecting sky parking lot and Civic Avenue (flyover). To reduce the amount of vehicles in urban space . Here also will be a distribution spot for all public transportation systems.

The higher floor near Civic Avenue will be the administration office of Taiwan R a i l C o m p a ny. M e r g i n g s u r ro u n d i n g landscape, fashion culture around site will be integrated into a continuing links . Insert dining space, exhibition space and bookstores This buffer zone will become a urban supply depot.

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Manifold Tectonics: Surface atructure and material assembly

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Manifold Tectonics asks a high leval of engagement in the design and fabrication of cells on minmal surfaces, nonstandand surfaces. Muqarnas, highly intricate and ornate I s l a m i c a r c h i te c t u r e , present parameters of scale,texture and depth,and coloration and tone with a rational take on the distribution of geometry and form. For these reasons, they were studied as a precedent, andin order to be able to generate our own system of parameters and logic of economy to the final installation. The final construct is comprised of 5 component units. The form of each was informed by the fabrication and assembly processes,and allowed the units to be configured in a variety of combinations using simple transformations of rotate,scale and mirror. This allowed us to achieve maximum variation while maintaining a system of economy

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introduction/precedent research introduction/precedent research 3d cotructed replication geometric system logistics

Initial studies involved mapping 2D dimensional patterns onto iminimal surfaces,offsetting the surfaces ,and creating a 3 dimensional surface between the two. The problem we encountered was that there was not an economy to the system; In contrast,it created too many different units

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Setup 1: Study the logic of the Muqarna. Shah isfahan is comrpiesed of 8 base units

Setup 2: Create new Minimal Surface study non-uniform surface

Setup 3: Map 2D Plan of Shah lsfahan onto minimal surface.

Setup 4: Creat 3 dinensional surface by offsetting the minmal surface and creatting points between the two surface

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01 milled high density foam 02 molds,tooling,fabrication process 03 connection detail 04 material system/specifications

The final production process utilized the combined processes of CNC milling and vacuum forming. High desity form was milled to form the positive model of each component type,which was then taken and vacuum formed to creat PETG units. Total mill time was estimated at 10 man hours.

Initial prototopes utilized acrylic,fabric,and metal. Ultimately PETG was used for it's strength and ability to mould to our desried forms,as well as for the ease in cutting after the forming process.PETG is a really available material and was deemed to be more cost-effective,relative to other plastics such as ABS. The choice of form for the form bases was decided on by its ease of manufacturing with the CNC mill for the scale we wanted, and also because the material was readily available from the Sci-Arc union.

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initial prototype of base component,chosed from an isolated area of the muqarnas/minimal surface study;acrylic plastic outer shell 2006

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