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Portfolio JIA SHI

Architecture Design


Contents

Curriculum Vitae Curriculum Vitae

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Curriculum Vitae

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Complex Box

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Commercial Complex Design

Youth Community Residence-Office Complex Design

Toy Village Kindergarten Design

Beyond The Bath

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Bath-Museum Complex Design

Pulsing With The Light Light Design With The Programmer Thinking

Drawings of Ancient Chinese Pavilions Other Work

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Education Background 2015.9-2020.6 B. E. Wuhan University of Science and Technology, Education Wuhan, China Background 2015.9-2020.6 B. E.Workshop, Wuhan University ofChina Science and Technology, 2018.2 Upro International Competition Shanghai, Wuhan, China Netherlands, Belgium, 2018.7 Upro International Competition Workshop, 2018.2 Upro International Competition Workshop, Shanghai, China Germany, Italy Education Background 2018.7 Upro International Competition Workshop, Netherlands, Belgium, 2015.9-2020.6 B. E. Wuhan University of Science and Technology, Internship & Employment Germany, Italy Wuhan, China 2018.8-2018.10 Assistant Architect Date of Birth 2018.2 Upro & International China Internship Employment Aube Conception SARL d’ Competition Architecture Workshop, (Shenzhen) Shanghai, , Oct. 11, 1996 2018.7 Upro International Competition 2018.8-2018.10 Assistant Architect Workshop, Netherlands, Belgium, Shenzhen, China Date of Birth Germany, Italy Aube Conception SARL d’ Architecture (Shenzhen) , Contact Oct. 11, 1996 Awards Shenzhen, China +86 18602704405 & Employment 2019 Third prize,Internship 7th National College Digital Art & Design Awards, Nation sjsjsj1011@163.comContact 2018.8-2018.10 Assistant Architect Awards level Date Birth +86of18602704405 Aube Conception SARL d’ Architecture (Shenzhen) , Nation 2019 prize, 7th National College Digital Art & Design Awards, 2017 Second Prize, 20th Third Science, Technology, Culture and Art Festival, Mail Address Oct. 11, 1996 sjsjsj1011@163.com Shenzhen, China Architectural Modellevel Making Competition, Professional Group, University No.2 , New Building 8, 2017 Second Prize, 20th Science, Technology, Culture and Art Festival, Mail Address Level Donghu Huayuan,Contact Awards +86 18602704405 Architectural Model MakingInnovation Competition, No.2 , New Building 2017 Third8,Prize, Internet+ College Students’ andProfessional Group, University Huanle Dadao, Yuejiazui 2019 Third prize, 7th National College Digital Art & Design Awards, Nation sjsjsj1011@163.com Level Donghu Huayuan, Entrepreneurship Competition, University Level Hongshan District, level 2017 ThirdPacemaker, Prize, Internet+ College Students’ Innovation and Huanle Dadao, Yuejiazui 2015-2019 Excellent Student University Level Wuhan, Hubei, PRC. 2017 Second Prize, 20th Science, Technology, Culture and Art Festival, Mail Address Entrepreneurship Competition, Hongshan2015-2019 District, Xu Jiayin Scholarship, University Level University Level Architectural Model Making Competition, Professional Group, University No.2 , New Building 8, 2015-2019 Excellent Student Pacemaker, University Level Wuhan, Hubei, PRC. 2015-2017,2018-2019 Level Special Scholarship, University Level Donghu Huayuan, 2015-2019 Xu Jiayin Scholarship, University Level 2017-2018 Prize Scholarship, University College Level Students’ Innovation and Third Prize, Internet+ Huanle Dadao, YuejiazuiFirst 2017 2015-2017,2018-2019 Special Scholarship, University Level 2017,2019 FirstEntrepreneurship Prize, Architectural Phantom Photographic Competition, University Level Hongshan District, 2017-2018 First Prize Scholarship, University Level 2015-2019 Wuhan, Hubei, PRC. Competition,University Level Excellent Student Pacemaker, University Level 2017,2019 First Prize, Architectural Phantom 2015-2019 Xu Jiayin Scholarship, University Level Photographic Article Competition,UniversitySpecial Level Scholarship, University Level 2015-2017,2018-2019 Huimin, X, Entian, Q, Jia, S, Yuchen, G. A Study on the Suitable Aging 2017-2018 First Prize Scholarship, University Level Article and the Surrounding Communities: Taking Transformation of Universities 2017,2019 First Prize, Architectural Phantom Photographic Entian, Q, Jia, S, Architecture, Yuchen, G. A2019, Study7:on8-11. the Suitable Aging Huangjiahu UniversityHuimin, Town asX,an Example, Anhui Competition,University Level and the Surrounding Communities: Taking Transformation of Universities Social Experience Huangjiahu University Town as an Example, Anhui Architecture, 2019, 7: 8-11. 2016.10 Wuhan Article Jiefanglu Primary School, Volunteer Teacher Huimin, Entian, Q, Jia, S, Yuchen, G. A Study on the Suitable Aging SocialX, Experience Skill Transformation of Universities the Surrounding Communities: 2016.10 Wuhan Jiefangluand Primary School, Volunteer TeacherTaking Language Mandarin/English Huangjiahu University Town as an Example, Anhui Architecture, 2019, 7: 8-11. Skill in Microsoft OfÞce/Rhino/Sketch Up/AutoCAD/ Computer Skill ProÞcient Social Experience Language Mandarin/English Photoshop/Illustrator/InDesign/Premiere/V-Ray/Grasshopper 2016.10 Wuhan School, Volunteer Teacher Computer Skill Jiefanglu ProÞcientPrimary in Microsoft OfÞce/Rhino/Sketch Up/AutoCAD/ Photoshop/Illustrator/InDesign/Premiere/V-Ray/Grasshopper Skill Language Mandarin/English Computer Skill ProÞcient in Microsoft OfÞce/Rhino/Sketch Up/AutoCAD/ Photoshop/Illustrator/InDesign/Premiere/V-Ray/Grasshopper

Curriculum Vitae

Jia Shi

Jia Shi

Jia Shi

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COMPLEX BOX COMMERCIAL COMPLEX DESIGN Term

2019.5-2019.6

Type

Academic Project (Individual)

Tutor

Qie Entian (qieentian@wust.edu.cn) Wu Fei (24953837@qq.com)

The project is to build a commercial complex at the crossroads of Zhongshan Avenue and Wusheng Road in Wuhan,China.This two roads have totally different traits--one is the main road in the city with lots of high-rise buildings along, another is a historical narrow road with small scale buildings. For this situation, the design process is mainly focus on the different scales to respond the scale of the human and the urban city. 2


Location : Wuhan,China

The site is in such a special position where two roads with different characteristics meet, collide and merge. The design here is exactly thecommerce part (Bottom) Open spaces for embodiment of the fusion of this two different spatial scales and functional attributes.

The site is in the intersection of Zhongshan Avenue and Wusheng Road, which have two different personalities respectively.

The bottom part is dismantled into small size boxs for commercial use, following the human scale fabric along the Zhongshan Road and providing abundant spatial experiences.

Wusheng Road is an impor tant ar ter y of the city, Its surroundings are mainly high-rise office buildings, hotels, shopping centers and large hospitals,giving people an urban scale space experience.

Tower

Concept

Tower

Site Analysis

Commercial Orginal Commercial Complex

Zhongshan Avenue is a historical street with more than one hundred years.Along this road, the surrounding areas are mainly traditional lane residences, retails, historic buildings and museums.The narrow roadway formes a human scale space for the pedesitrians.

Divide Commercial Part

The middle part is a medium-sized bar for cultural use which is mainly ser ved for museum and book store to show the history of Zhongshan Road. The top part is two large-sized towers for the office building and hotel respectively, to Culture Bar respond the position in an urban scale.

Satellite Imagery

Open spaces for commerce part (Bottom)

Wusheng Road

Open spaces for culture part (Medium)

Open spaces for tower part (Top)

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Top (Large)

Zhongshan Avenue

Middle (Medium)

[ Location]

At the crossroads

[ Fabric Ⅰ ] The north-south street is surrounded by large-scale buildings.

Bottom (Small)v

[ Fabric Ⅱ ] The east - west street is surrounded by small - scale blocks.

Top (Large)

Middle (Medium) Bottom (Small)v

Merge Different Scale Image 1 _ Wusheng Road

(north-south street)

Image 2 _ Zhongshan Avenue

HOTEL

OFFICE

Merge Different Scale

CULTURE

COMMERCIAL

Top (office/hotel)

Middle (culture) Bottom (commerce)v

Merge Different Function

(east - west street)

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Design Process

[Step 1]

The building area after setting back the red line.

[Step 5]

Provide daylighting and diverse spatial experences.

[Step 2]

Provide crossing paths.

[Step 6]

According to site constraints, locate the towers.

[Step 3]

Dismantle plinth into small size boxes.

[Step 7]

Form public activity platforms.

[Step 4]

Add the culture part.

[Step 8]

Further improve the facade and the structure.

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Case Study for the Commarcial Part

Site Plan

Master Plan

Trying to pick up the right size for the commercial part on this site. Yuefei Community

Too closed for the open public commercial space.

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Yongkang Lane

Too closed for the open public commercial space.

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Wuhan Tiandi

3

Relatively suitable open public space, but can not well connect to the tower above on this site.

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Peninsula City , Shenzhen

Each commercial volume is too small, and can not well connect to the tower above on this site.

Shop 0 5 10

Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li , Chengdu

Relatively suitable open public space, and can relatively well connect to the tower above on this site.

Hotel Lobby 50M

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Hotel Cafeteria

Office Lobby

Subsidiary Space

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Basement Parking Entrance

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Office Building Entrance

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Hotel Entrance

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Shopping Mall Main Entrance

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Basement Parking Entrance

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Office Building Entrance

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Hotel Entrance

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Roof Garden

Inner Space of the Commercial Part

Sanlitun Taikoo Li , Beijing

Relatively suitable open public space, but can not well connect to the tower above on this site.

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Section

Detials

The section mainiy demonstrates the open spaces inside this building. In the bottom,the interlacing of different commercial boxes provide a variety of common platforms on different floors, enabling diverse interesting activities to happen. In the middle, the culture bar provides a roof garden for the people in the towers. As for the top part, the distribution of open spaces make the way of working more flexible, and promote the spatial quality for the hotel as well.

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19 Weather resistant adhesive with foam rod

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20 Stainless steel mechanical bolt

4 Hard rubber pad

21 Aluminum decorative gusset plate

5 Chemical bolt

22 Insulating glass 6+9A+6mm (The outer is light grey LOW-E

6 Angle steel

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8 Expansion bolt

24 Aluminium alloy beam

9 Fittings of load keel

25 Wooden rail

10 Wrapping keel

26 Safety glass 3+3mm

11 Load keel

27 Aluminium alloy lattice

12 Fireproof plasterboard

28 Reinforced concrete structure

13 Galvanized steel pad of 4mm

29 CL7.5 lightweight aggregate concrete 30mm

14 Galvanized steel connector of 10mm

30 Polyurethane waterproof layer 1.5mm

15 M12 stainless steel bolt

31 1:3 rigid cement mortar binding layer 20mm

16 Fireproof glue

32 Polished stone plate 20mm (500x500mm) ,

17 Fireproof rock wool for 2 hours

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YOUTH COMMUNITY RESIDENCE-OFFICE COMPLEX DESIGN Term

2018.10-2018.11

Type

Academic Project (Individual)

Tutor

Wu Fei (24953837@qq.com)

The project is to build a residential complex for the youth. As the particularity of this demographic, they have different new needs for home, office and entertainment, which provide the possibility to integrate different interesting spaces in one building.For this reason, the design is mainly focused on the "shared" and "non-shared" spaces. As the site lies just beside a river and a park, the overall concept is extending the landscape to the building by creating a number of platforms, which also provides opportunies for public spaces. 7


Study for Target Group: Young People (Age: 18-34)

Site Analysis

With the advent of architecture industry 4.0, the transformation of social production mode and the integration of multiple disciplines will inevitably have a specific impact on architectural design. Especially in the context of the rapid development of the Internet, "sharing economy" is weakening "ownership" and emphasizing "the right of use". "Sharing" is not a new concept, but as a new model, it is still advancing in various fields. The traditional model and "collaborative sharing" will be mixed for a long time. This design aims to build a residential complex integrating home, office and entertainment for young people, to explore the new needs of this demographic in the new era, and to redefine "shared" and "non-shared" spaces in residential buildings.

Location : Shanghai,China

Living

working

small apartment / (shared) kitchen / laundry / gym / outdoor track / (shared) balcony / ... ...

Entertainment

diverse office rooms / meeting room / mobile working space / discussion room / ... ...

planting area / exhibition area / party area / rehearsal area / ... ...

" I just graduated from college,a small

" We are running a small company and

"I'm a vegetarian and I want to have a

apartment is enough for me.I'm ok with the shared kitchen.

at the moment an small office for four or six people is enough.

planting area, so that I can always eat fresh vegetables.

"

"

The site is located in the Yangpu district of Shanghai and lies just between Tongji University and Fudan University, which ensures an adequate youth population to the site. In the west, there is a park and a river which enable people to have an open landscape views from the site. In addition, in the northeast, three science and technology parks (2 stories high) have been completed. So based on conditions above, the design is trying to organize 3 different flows of people reasonably (public/residents/science park staffs), and mainly focused on how to use the landscape and how to create more diverse and interesting spaces for the youth.

" Fudan University

" I'm always busy. The availability of

" There are dozens of employees in our

"I major in Fine Art,I hope to have

a laundry Room is an important determinant for me.

company.Besides large offices, the meeting room is also needed.

a place to hold exhibitions to exchange artistic ideas.

"

"

Tongji University

"

Universities around the site.

" Working out is my main way to relax.A

" I work in a more casual location,a

"I am outgoing and like to make

gym or an outdoor track is what I'm looking forward to.

mobile working space is ok. Having an discussion room is better.

friends.Party is an indispensable entertainment of my life.

" I hope my room have a balcony,

" I am an entrepreneur, and I hope to

"We are a band and it is important for

where I can bask or enjoy the scenery. Shared balcony is acceptable.

hold some lectures or salons to share and exchange experences.

us to have a place to rehearse for a short time.

"

... ...

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Park River Science and Technology Park

Important elements around the site.

Satellite Imagery

Concept

LA

Extend the LANDSCAPE :

RESI DENCE

OFFICE

PE

RESI DENCE

A SC ND

On the other hand, in order to meet complex needs of the residential population, in addition to diverse platforms, a shared atrium is inserted in the residence. By dividing the hierarchy of different common spaces, residents can find the public space suitable for themselves to a greater extent.

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A SC ND

Due to the site is in such a relatively good landscape condition, the design is trying to make the best use of this landscape by creating a series of platforms to extend the landscape up to the building.

PE RESI DENCE

Divede the hierarchy of the COMMON SPACE :

PARK PARK OFFICE OFFICE

RESI DENCE

Openness of the common space

OFFICE 8


Section

Design Process

[Step 1]

[Step 5]

Add the residential mass in the north to enable terrace has good views and abundant sunshine.

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Rooftop Terrace

Party/Art Exhibition Rehearsal/Viewing/Planting

07 30.00

Viewing Channel

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24.00

Speech Platform

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Work/Read/Chat

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Residence Atrium

18.00

Small Gatherings

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Art Exhibition/Fashion Shows

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Create squares for 3 different groups.

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Continue cutting to form public terraces for the residence.

3000

Rotate holes to form public platforms for the office.

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3 courtyards inside the office.

[Step 8]

Add the shared atrium inside the residence.

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01 Office Room 02 Office Terrace 03 Courtyard 04 Office Atrium 05 Residence Terrace 06 Residence Atrium 07 Rooftop Terrace 08 Gym 09 Cafe 10 Residence Entrance 11 Shared Diet Bar 12 Shared Meeting Room 13 Shared Kitchen

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Circulation & Public Space The circulation is mainly divided into office circulation and residential circulation.Office staffs can enter through two entrance squares and also reach public platforms on the second floor. Residents have direct access to each floor of the residence through the residential entrance square or through the atrium on the third floor.

Residence Terrace

Rooftop Terrace

Rooftop Terrace

Residence Atrium

Office Terrace Residence Atrium

Residence Terrace

Office Terrace

Residence Atrium

Residence Square

Office Square

Office Public Space

Office Circulation

Residential Public Space

Residence Circulation

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Plan

Diverse Types in the Residence The residence offers diverse types for the youth to meet the different needs. Considering the particularity of the youth group, the marjority types are small apartments, which can accommodate one or two people. In addition to the atrium shared space, there are three shared units, which enable young people to do laundry, cook or hold a party.

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Type2:15.7 ㎡

Type3:25.5 ㎡

Type4:22 ㎡

Type5:23 ㎡

Type6:33.8 ㎡

Type7:27.8 ㎡

Type8:31.8 ㎡ +11 ㎡

Type9:25.5 ㎡ +5.8 ㎡

Type10:17.7 ㎡

Type13:26.8 ㎡

Type14:28.3 ㎡ +15 ㎡

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Type15:16.6 ㎡ +23 ㎡

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Type17:30.6 ㎡ +12.3 ㎡

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Shared Unit1:28.8 ㎡ +42 ㎡

Shared Unit2:20 ㎡ +25 ㎡

Shared Unit3:35.3 ㎡

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TOY VILLAGE KINDERGARTEN DESIGN Term

2017.10-2017.11

Type

Academic Project (Individual)

Tutor

Wu Fei (24953837@qq.com)

The project is to build a kindergarten in a group of tall buildings. As the bad conditions around the site, the design decides to put the key point on the children and focus on how to create an inward children's world. Through the case study to find out what are the spaces that children are interested in, and try to create a kindergarten more suitable for children to play and explore. 12


Children Preference Study

Site Analysis

The focus of the design is on the primary users of kindergartens --- children. Through the case study, the children's preference can be broadly divided into three categories: ① Unique shape and color, which can help to create more interesting spaces and have strong recognition to attract chilldren ② Central courtyard, which can provide a centripetal and safe space to gather children to play ③ Rooftop playground, which can provide multi-dimensional play spaces and also a larger playground for children.

Location : Shanghai,China

Unique shape and color More insteresting activies & Strong recognition

Central Courtyard

Rooftop Playground

An educational gathering play space

A multi-dimensional play space where kids can interact up and down

Ku.Be House

Fuji Kindergarten

Floating Kindergarten

[Cultural Center]

[Kindergarten]

[Kindergarten]

MVRDV + ADEPT

Takaharu Tezuka

MAD

Six primary volumes which make up

It is the nature of children to run in

The rooftop element is envisioned

Ku.Be are clad in unique colours and

circles. This circle building invites more

as a “place full of magic – a playful

materials, clearly defining them within

children to stay outside,to play around

escape for children which is a symbol

the building.

the central circle.

[Source:https://www.archdaily.com]

[Source:https://www.jianshu.com]

[Source:https://www.archdaily.com]

of freedom and endless imagination.

Landscape For Play

Tomonoki-Himawari

OB Kindergarten

[Installation]

[Kindergarten]

[Kindergarten]

Aberrant Architecture

MAMM DESIGN

HIBINOSEKKEI + Youji no Shiro

The forms of it derive from a series

The central yard contributes to the

An external rope play equipment

of varying geometrical shapes. Along

growth of the children’s minds and

connected to the second floor from

with the colorful graphics floor pattern,

bodies,where teachers and children

to create a terrain of imagination. [Source:https://www.archdaily.com]

the terrace. It improve the physical

could feel surrounded by the nature. [Source:https://www.archdaily.com]

strength and grow a challenging mind. [Source:https://www.archdaily.com]

Polycarbonate Neverland

KM Kindergarten

Råå Day Care Center

[Children's restaurant]

[Kindergarten]

[Kindergarten]

Wutopia Lab

HIBINOSEKKEI + Youji no Shiro

Dorte Mandrup

Following the yellow trace, a red flying

The central space as an educational

The outdoor steps are facing the sea,

house will be right in front you. It

scenario, allows classes to be taught

allowing children to “touch the roof

becomes an obvious sign to attract all

anywhere in the school, encourages

tiles” as soon as the class is over and

the children to explore.

students' ability to interact with nature.

[Source:https://www.archdaily.com]

Located in the huangpu district of Shanghai, the surrounding conditions of the site are not good---three sides are high-rise buildings with only the north side open to the city road. On the other hand, the site area is tight for this kindergarten. For these two reasons, the design is mainly focus on how to create an inward children's world and how to provide a larger and more interesting playground for children.

[Source:https://www.gooood.cn]

enjoying the best view of surroundings.

Satellite Imagery

[Source:https://www.archdaily.com]

Concept The original kindergarte is ver y common in China, which is just a building plus a playground.The building is merely the superpositon of classrooms and the playground is only a piece of flat ground. Although this composition can meet the basic needs of teaching, but it lacks the interest of the space, cannot satisfy the exploratory nature of children.

CLASSROOM CLASSROOM

CLASSROOM CLASSROOM

CLASSROOM CLASSROOM

CLASSROOM CLASSROOM

CLASSROOM The new CLASSROOM type is trying to create a kindergarten more suitable for

CLASSROOM CLASSROOM

children to play and explore. Rather than one single building, new

classrooms are cut intoPLAYGROUND different PLAYGROUND blocks and covered the whole CLASSROOM CLASSROOM site, which form a small scale feelings for kids and ceate a variety of play spaces.The playground is also lifted to the roof, helping to creat multi-dimensional play spaces for children to have fun.

PLAYGROUND CLASSROOM CLASSROOM PLAYGROUND Orginal kindergarten type : "high-rise" + playground

PLAYGROUND PLAYGROUND CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS YARD ROOM YARD YARD YARD YARD YARD ROOM ROOMROOM ROOM ROOM ROOM ROOM New kindergarten type : "low-rise" + rooftop playground 13


Study for Bloocks

Design Process

The cutting principle of each block is derived from the study of children's activities.Through the study, children's activities (such as running, sliding, climbing, etc.) need corresponding spatial forms (such as flat ground, sloping ground, sloping terrace, etc.) to undertake. By extracting these spatial elements and abstracting them into lines, slashes, curves, broken lines, and so on, we can use these abstract elements to cut blocks, and then get all kinds of blocks that can carry out specific activities.

run (flat ground)

run (sloped ground)

slide (sloped ground)

slide (sloped terrace)

explore (low space)

explore (under roof )

climb (sloped ground)

climb (terrace&tree)

swing (under terrace)

perform (grand stairs)

perform (terrace)

explore (tunnel)

ACTIVITIES

[Step 1]

Cover the site with the mass.

[Step 5]

Cut the mass into different blocks.

[Step 2] Cut the mass for the entrance square and the park.

[Step 6]

Reshape and color different blocks.

[Step 3]

Make a hole for the central courtyard.

[Step 7]

Add the rooftop playground.

[Step 4]

Divide the mass into different unit shapes.

[Step 8]

Increase activities on the rooftop terrace.

ELEMENTS

entrance hall

offcie room

kitchen dining room

rampway

classroom

classroom

CUT

multipurpose classroom

classroom

classroom

classroom

classroom

classroom

classroom

stairwell

Space Analysis The kindergarten consists of 10 learning units ( 9 classrooms + 1 multipurpose classroom), 9 learning units make up 3 learning groups and each learning group shares an extended learning space. Also, there are 9 small yards around the learning units, providing exclusive outdoor learning spaces for the children in each learning unit. Finally, one central yard connect all the learning units, learning groups and yards, beacoming the core outdoor courtyard of the whole kindergarten.

[1] 10 Learning Units

[2] 9 learning units make up 3 Learning Groups

[3] 9 Small Yards around learning units

[4] 1 Central Yard connect all learning groups and yards

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Ground Floor Plan

Central Courtyard

01 Entrance Square 02 Lobby 03 Duty Room 04 Morning Check Room 05 Infirmary 06 Isolation Room 07 Meeting Room 08 Principal's Office 09 Teacher's Office 10 Kitchen 11 Servery 12 Staple Food Supply 13 Non-staple Food Supply 14 Disinfect Room 15 Laundry 16 Staircase 17 Guard Room 18 Bicycle Parking 19 Parking Lot 20 Classroom 21 Washroom 22 Courtyard 23 Multi-function Room 24 Central Courtyard N

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01 Dining Room 02 Kitchen 03 Laundry 04 Classroom 05 Bedroom 06 Courtyard 07 Roof Playground

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Drawing by Zheng Jingyuan.

BEYOND THE BATH BATH-MUSEUM COMPLEX DESIGN Term

2019.7-2019.8

Type

Academic Project (Collaboration Work)

Co-worker

Lu Jiayong/Shi Jia/Zheng Jingyuan/Zhao Xiayu/Song Lu

Role

Design/3D Molding/Drawing Images

Tutor

Wang Kai (kai@justopenarch.com)

Since the time immemorial, saunas or bathhouses have played a community role.Space dissolves in steam. Distances collapse, the borders of bodies are rubbed out, and disjecta membra loom through the fog. As for the Turkish bath, a recurrent motif in Western art, inherited Roma bath culture but embraced Islamic culture as well. Nowadays, the baths have been transformed from a place of political sociability into a place of entertainment, the design is focused on the spatial shaping and trying to evoke the memory of turkish historical culture. 16


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Design Process

Because of the special geographical location and history, Turkish culture is a hybrid of roman culture and islamic culture. Turkish bath, as an important activity in Turkish culture history, takes its root in roman bathing culture, but also blends in Muslim characteristics. Nowadays, bath has been transformed into an entertainment, we try to create the bath space by saluting the ancient bathhouse to evoke the turkish historical culture.

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Drawing by Shi Jia.

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Background Introduction

Drawing by Shi Jia.

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Drawing by Shi Jia.

The design of the bath is based on the space of Caracalla Bath.The core part of the bath is the sequence starting from cold, warm to hot. The two side of the bath is attached with additional function such as wrestling and library which is also a vital part of bath activity. The newly designed turkish bath share the fundamental space composition with Caracalla Bath ,above that, a new idea is introduced which is combining the bath with the museum.

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Site Ruins Semi-Pool

The site exists ruins and semi-Pool.A redline indicates the boundary of the future bath complex.

Rome

Roman Bath

Debate

In urban scale, ancient Rome is Roma civilization from the founding of the Italian City of Roma in the 8th century BC.

In architecture scale, Roman Bath played a major par t in ancient Roman culture. The formation of arch also influenced diverse buildings

In human scale, the Romans socialized in these communal baths. Debate is one of the typical political activity in bath.

Inherit

Duplicate

Transform Bath Museum

The ruin space will be renovated into a museum.The bath is enlarged and juxtaposed with the museum.

Turkey

Turkish Bath

Entertainment

Because of the special geographical location and historical reasons, Turkey inherited Roma culture, but embraced Islamic culture as well.

Turkish bath architecture has elements coming from both Ottoman style and islamic style, but also has its own individuality.

Nowadays, bath has been transiformed into the meaning of entertainment, attracting numerous tourists.

Site Analysis

Bath Entrance Exhibition Administration

The residue space is subdivided into entrance, exhibition WN TO and administration,composing the bath complex.

Court

1.Calidarium 2.Tepidarium 3.Grandhall of Tepidarium 4.Frigidarium

Library

Discussion

Temple

Reservoir

5.Transition Hall 9.Restroom for prepration 6.Halls for athelete 10.GYM 7.Cold Bath 11.Entrances 8.Halls for wrestlers and Spectator

Drawing by Shi Jia.

Location : Pamukkal,Turkey

Town

Mountain

Site

Ruins WN TO

The site is located in the Pamukkale which is famous for a carbonate mineral left by the flowing water.The ancient Greco-Roman city of Hierapolis was built near the site, from where the ruins of Hierapolis can easily be seen. Known as Pamukkale (Cotton Castle) or ancient Hierapolis (Holy City), this area has been drawing the weary to its thermal springs since the time of Classical antiquity. On the site, there is already a semi-pool with low capacity and a museum for nearby archaeological ruins. The design is trying to use the existing natural resources of the site to expand the pool as a bath and integrate the ruins as a museum as well.

Ruins around the site.

Parking Lot Bath Circulation Visit Circulation Administration Circulation Main Road WN Secondary Road TO

People can reach the bath by car or foot.Inside the bath, the entrance lead people to the bath and the museum. WN TO

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View Tower Landscape : ① ruin ② mountain ③ town Existing museum for ruins.

A view tower is located in the center of the bath,in order to provide view for the town,the ruin and the mountain. 2

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Bath 1.Entrance 2.Marble Desk 3.Swimming Pool 4.Cold Bath

Entrance

Exhibition

5.Warm Bath 6.Hot Bath 7. Feature Bath 8. Changing Room

Museum

Administration

9.Sauna 10. Halls for wrestlers and Spectator 11. Restroom for prepration

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Function Composition

Drawing by Shi Jia.

BATH The bath is the main par t of the complex. When justaposed with the museum, it creates both a strong visual connection and space interaction with the museum,which helps the people in the bath to feel Turkey 's histor y and culture more truly.

ENTRANCE The entrance itself is a public space as it encompasses a variety of public activities such as restaurants and tea houses. It is also served as a pivot of the bath complex because tourists have the freedom to choose go to the bath or the exhibiton when they are inside the space.

ADMINISTRATION The administration provides ser vices not only for the m u s e u m w h i c h c o n t a i n s t re a s u re d r u i n s , b u t a l s o f o r t h e surrounding historical site such as the amphi-theature.

EXHIBITION W h i l e t h e m u s e u m p re s e n t s v i s i t o r s w i t h a c t u a l h i s t o r i c a l runis, the exhibtion allow vistors to understand the historical meaning behind it as it provides visual illustration along with vivid images. Small-scale relic is also exhbited.

MUSEUM The museum is a crucial part of the complex second only to the bath.It allows visitors to get immerisive experience of the turkish culture. If you come to museum from inside the bath, such feeling is even reinforced. Drawing by Lu Jiayong.

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Drawing by Shi Jia.

Space Composition

Drawing by Shi Jia.

The bath is divided into five sections. Different functions make up different portions of the bath complex. Each portion of the space has its own logic of space composition and roof formation indicating its individuality. Every single roof is supported by the rib inside the roof. The exposed rib reveals its inner structural system.

MARBLE DESK

SWIMMING POOL

COLD BATH

WARM BATH

HOT BATH

FEATURE BATH

MUSEUM

WRESTLING AREA

EXHIBITION

VIEW TOWER

SAUNA BATH ENTRANCE VIEW TOWER MARBLE DESK SWIMMING POOL

MUSEUM

WRESTLING

WARM BATH COLD BATH

FEATURE BATH

HOT BATH

SAUNA

EXHIBITION

BATH ENTRANCE

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Drawing by Zheng Jingyuan.

Types of Arch and Dome in Bath Complex

Drawing by Zheng Jingyuan.

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01 Duty Room 02 Lobby 03 Shop 04 Cafe/Restaurant 05 Kitchen 06 Locker 07 Auditorium 08 Rest Room 09 Exhibition 10 Service 11 Office 12 Leader Office 13 Meeting Room 14 Cafe/Bar/Rest Area 15 Archive Area 16 Archive Office 17 Control Panel Office 18 Museum Platform 19 Passway 20 Ruins 21 Praying Room 22 Changing Room 23 Steam Room 24 Marble Desk 25 Shower Room 26 Swimming Pool 27 Cold Bath 28 Warm Bath 29 Hot Bath 30 Sand Pool 31 Oil Pool 32 Massage Room 33 Fish Pool 34 Milk Room 35 Wine Pool 36 Rose Pool 37 Gym Reception 38 Gym 39 Oil Wrestling 40 Aid 41 Bath Platform 42 Bath Entrance

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Top View & Wiring Diagram With the limited number and color of lights, the arrangement of the light design is mainly based on the direction of the circulation from the entrance, by placing the light starting from the corridor and an arrangement that diverges from the outside in to the gathering, attracting people to enter the main space. When they are indoors, thay can continue to gather toward the center under the guidance of lights. The arrangement of wires considers both the effect of lighting on and off and various other factors on site (such as existing beams, existing wires, existing ceiling lamps, etc.) to achieve an optimal effect.

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Corridor

2019.8.16-2019.8.23

Type

Professional Project (Collaboration Work)

Role

Design / 3D Modeling / Installing / Drawing Images

Tutor

Cesar Canadas , Javier Gutierrez

2.150

Top View

Thinking Programer

The design is trying to achieve the same effect through lighting arrangement, circuit and switch design to increase the atmosphere of the party.

Wiring Diagram

Installation Process Including the preliminary design, the whole installation process is completed by us as well, including wire cutting and connection, wood cutting and painting, light installation, plug assembly, circuit layout and so on.

The whole lighting effect design is based on the effect of the arduino clapping LEDs. A rd u i n o c a n b e u s e d t o d e v e l o p interactive objects, taking inputs from a variety of switches or sensors, and controlling a variety of lights, motors, and other physical outputs. Through programming, arduino clapping LEDs can turn on and off when the sound is loud or low or discontinuous, which can form a flicker effect that interacts with the sound.

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PULSING WITH THE LIGHT | LIGHT DESIGN WITH THE PROGRAMER THINKING

Arduino

Arduino Clapping LED

The code of arduino clapping LED

(The photos were taken by Song Lu,Sun Rong,Shi Jia.)

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Various Lighting Effects

(The photos were taken by Shi Jia and Zhao Xiayu)

By controlling the switch, the whole lights can show a variety of lighting effects.When the music starts, the switch controller can control the whole atmosphere of indoor lighting flickers with the rhythm of the music, just like the DJ.

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DRAWINGS OF ANCIENT CHINESE PAVILIONS | OTHER WORK

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