Page 1

4 CAR SPACES

40 / Za SHRUB

STEPPING PAVEMENT

5 / Sat SHRUB

20 / Dr Groundcover

1 / Jm TREE

51 / Ga SHRUB

TENNIS & BASKETBALL COURT HYBRID PAINTED ACRYLIC HARDCOURT

20 / Da Groundcover

36 / Sa SHRUB

CONCRETE PAVEMENT

NEW DOOR

EXISTING GARAGE

1 UP

RL 35.800

RL 35.500

RL 35.200

RL 35.000

2

LAWN

EXISTING PORCH

RL 33.800

RL 33.000

4 3 2 1

UP

LAWN

E

RL 35.200

3

6

TIMBER DECKING

BIN

4

ION

26/ Ag GRASS

51/ Dk GRASS

18/ Sr SHRUB

59/ Xa GRASS

33/ Bb GRASS

GREEN WALL REF. TO APPENDIX 2

WATER FEATURE

2/ Mg TREE

3 / Of TREE

1 / Pu

NEW FENCE

21 / Rf SHRUB

PLANTING WOOD CHIP MULCH

30 / Ll 17 / De GRASS SHRUB

EXTG TREES

Dianella 'King Alfred' Pogonatherum paniceum

0.4m / 0.4m

as shown

33

Philodendron 'Xanadu'

Philodendron

1.0m / 1.0m

180mm

as shown

10

4.0m / 3.0m

200L

as shown

1

Xa

Xanthorrhoeacea

Lomandra glauca 'Blue Ridge'

0.3m / 0.35m

140mm

as shown

60

6.0m / 3.0m

200L

as shown

2

Li

Liliaceae

Dianella tasmanica 'NPW2'

0.5m / 0.45m

140mm

as shown

10

2.5m / 1.0m

250L

as shown

5

6.0m / 4.0m

200L

as shown

1

2.5m / 1.5m

MATURE HEIGHT / SPREAD

boo

w)

POT SIZE

SPACING

QTY

Bb Px

Bamboo 'Baby Panda'

200L

as shown

3

Groundcovers Dr

1.5m / 1.5m

200mm

as shown

51

Succulents

4.0m / 1.5m

300mm

as shown

36

El

Echeveria lilacina

Ghost Echeveria

Aloe Barbadensis miller

Aloe Vera

0.6m /1m

Da

0.8m / 1.0m

200mm

as shown

21

Ab

2.0m / 2.4m

300mm

as shown

17

2.5m / 1.5m

200mm

as shown

TOTAL QTY

5

1.0m / 0.6m

200mm

as shown

40

1.2m / 1.2m

200mm

as shown

18

0.6m / 0.6m

140mm

as shown

36

0.9m / 0.9m

200mm

as shown

30

0.9m / 0.6m

200mm

as shown

51

0.4m / 0.4m

180mm

as shown

Dichondra repens Dichondra argenta 'Silver Falls'

Kidney Weed Silver Kidney-weed

180mm

0.5m / 1m

140mm

1 plant / sqm

20

0.5 m / 1m

140mm

1 plant / sqm

20

0.15m / 0.25m

200mm

as shown

5

200mm

as shown

1

2

3

4

SEAT PLACE AT CORNER

CAR PARK PAVEMENT

WATER FEATURE

Lomandra longifolia

Dianella 'King Alfred'

Bamboo 'Baby Panda'

GREEN WALL WITH OUTDOOR LIVING ROOM

5

6

POOL WITH GREEN WALL

ALUMINUM EDGING

Xanthorrhoeacea

Liliaceae

Strelitzia reginae

Agapanthus 'Getty White'

ref. to appendix 2 file

Jacaranda mimosifolia

5 475

Magnolia grandiflora 'Little Gem'

Drepanostachyum Falcatum

Pyrus ussuriensis

Osmanthus fragrans

Gardenia augusta 'Magnifica'

Syzygium australe 'Resilience'

Rosa flower carpet

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ABOUT ME EDUCATION BACKGROUND

MODERATE Doctrine of the Mean

CHUYUE WU cheriewoo0421@gmail.com (+61)0452550421 495 Rathdowne Street, Carlton, VIC, 3053

07 / 2015 - 12 / 2017

RMIT University, Australia School of Architecture & Urban Design Master of Landscape Architecture GPA 2.70/4.0

02 / 2013 - 07 / 2013

Fengchia University, Taiwan Department of Architecture Exchange Student in Architecture

GPA 3.90/4.0

09 / 2010 - 07 / 2014

Renmin University Of China, China School of Arts B.A. in Landscape Architecture

GPA 3.46/4.0

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE 04 / 2018

Independent Landscape Architect for 2000m2 House in Toorak

08 / 2017 - present

Assistant Landscape Architect in DEAR DESIGN STUDIO Pty.Ltd.

2016-2017

“Frame Melbourne” Hoarding Design for Melbourne Quarter Development, Lendlease

03-04/2015

Internship in Central and Southern China Municipal Engineering Design & Research Institute Co.,Ltd.

06-08/2014

Student Landscape Architect Planning Survey & Design Institute of Jingmen City

09-11/2013

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07-08/2012

“China Country China City” Participate in Postgraduate Program held by Prof. Peter Tagiuri (RISD) Student Landscape Architect the Municipal Landscape Design Institute of Jingmen City

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CONTENTS

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RESIDENTIAL LANDSCAPE 2000m² Toorak House

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AIYI RIVER WETLAND PARK Young Designers Growth Plan Competition 2017

9-14

OLA: LANZAROTE DYNAMIC SQUARE DESIGN reTHINK Competition 2018

15 - 20

NARRATIVE DISTANCES RMIT Major Project: Future Form Lab 2017

21 - 24

LINE-SCAPE: BALACLAVA RMIT Up-Pool Studio 2016

25 - 26

#FRAMEMELB RMIT Research Seminar 2016-2017 Tutors: Dr. Charles Anderson & Dr. Ross McLeod

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NEO-INFRASTRUCTURE RMIT Research Seminar 2016 Tutors: David Heymann

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SEMINAR: UN-STILL LIFE RMIT Research Seminar 2016 Tutors: Fiona Harrisson

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OTHERS

Tutors: Isabel Lasala

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Residential Landscape

LEGEND: -SITE BOUNDARY -PROPOSED GROUND COVER -PROPOSED GROUND COVER

-CONCRETE PAVEMENT FOR DRIVEWAY -STEPPING STONE

-PROPOSED PAVEMENT

-STEPPING STONE

GLAZING FENCE

-PROPOSED TIMBER DECKING -PROPOSED PLANTING WOOD CHIP MULCH

-PROPOSED PLANTING (REFER PLAN FOR SPECIES) -PROPOSED GRAVEL

10 / Px GRASS

SUCCULENTS REFER TO APPENDIX 2

-PROPOSED LAWN

-REAR & SIDE FENCE

5 / Df TREE

10/ Li GRASS

4 CAR SPACES

40 / Za SHRUB

STEPPING PAVEMENT

5 / Sat SHRUB

20 / Dr Groundcover

1 / Jm TREE

51 / Ga SHRUB

TENNIS & BASKETBALL COURT HYBRID PAINTED ACRYLIC HARDCOURT

20 / Da Groundcover

36 / Sa SHRUB

CONCRETE PAVEMENT

NEW DOOR

EXISTING POOL GREEN WALL REF. TO APPENDIX 2

5

EXISTING GARAGE

+ SCALE + 2000m²

RL 36.000

RL 36.600

4 3

UP 2 1

+ LOCATION + Toorak, Australia

+ CLIENT + Private Client

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+ BACKGROUND +

SYNTHETIC GRASS CLOTHE LINE

TIMBER DECKING

The site is located in a wealthy suburb with a large front yard and a small backyard. The current condition is rarely empty ground with

UP

RL 36.600

RL 36.600

RL 35.800

RL 35.500

RL 35.200

RL 35.000

2

LAWN

BBQ RL 36.600

EXISTING PORCH

RL 33.800

RL 33.000

4 3 2 1

UP

The client is a new immigrant family from China. It is a three-generation family, one couple, four kids and a grandmother. The kids will study in Australia and learn Australian Culture. And the clients have a clear demand for the planting that they hope to have only one place for experiencing landscaping joy but other places for low maintained.

LAWN

EXISTING RESIDENCE

RL 35.200

3

6

TIMBER DECKING

BIN

4 RWT

So I design a full tennis court and half-court basketball court for multiple sports choices of every family member. Most plants need low maintenance except small garden in front of the building. Strelitzia reginae and Zantedeschia aethiopica are planted in these area because of hostess’s interest.

5 / Potted Za 2 / Potted Sr

5000 Litre SLIMLINE RAINWATER TANK

EXTG. AIR CONDITION

26/ Ag GRASS

51/ Dk GRASS

18/ Sr SHRUB

59/ Xa GRASS

33/ Bb GRASS

PLANTING SCHEDULE CODE

GREEN WALL REF. TO APPENDIX 2

WATER FEATURE

2/ Mg TREE

3 / Of TREE

1 / Pu

NEW FENCE

21 / Rf SHRUB

COMMON NAME

MATURE HEIGHT / SPREAD

POT SIZE

SPACING

QTY

Bb

Bamboo 'Baby Panda'

Pogonatherum paniceum

0.4m / 0.4m

180mm

as shown

33

Px

Philodendron 'Xanadu'

Philodendron

1.0m / 1.0m

180mm

as shown

10

Jm

Jacaranda mimosifolia

Jacaranda

4.0m / 3.0m

200L

as shown

1

Xa

Xanthorrhoeacea

Lomandra glauca 'Blue Ridge'

0.3m / 0.35m

140mm

as shown

60

Mg

Magnolia grandiflora 'Little Gem'

Magnolia Little Gem

6.0m / 3.0m

200L

as shown

2

Li

Liliaceae

Dianella tasmanica 'NPW2'

0.5m / 0.45m

140mm

as shown

10

5

Dichondra repens

Kidney Weed

0.5m / 1m

140mm

1 plant / sqm

20

Dichondra argenta 'Silver Falls'

Silver Kidney-weed

0.5 m / 1m

140mm

1 plant / sqm

20

5

Drepanostachyum Falcatum

Himayayan Weeping Bamboo

2.5m / 1.0m

250L

as shown

Pu

Pyrus ussuriensis

Manchurian Pear

6.0m / 4.0m

200L

as shown

1

Of

Osmanthus fragrans

Sweet Osmanthus

2.5m / 1.5m

200L

as shown

3

Groundcovers Dr Da

Shrub

30 / Ll 17 / De GRASS SHRUB

EXTG TREES

Dianella 'King Alfred'

BOTANIC NAME

Tree

Df

PLANTING WOOD CHIP MULCH

Ga

Gardenia augusta 'Magnifica'

Gardenia

1.5m / 1.5m

200mm

as shown

51

Syzygium australe 'Resilience'

Resilience Lillypilly

Succulents

Sa

4.0m / 1.5m

300mm

as shown

36

El

Echeveria lilacina

Ghost Echeveria

0.15m / 0.25m

200mm

as shown

Rf

Rosa Flower Carpet

Rose Flower(white & yellow)

0.8m / 1.0m

200mm

as shown

21

Ab

Aloe Barbadensis miller

Aloe Vera

0.6m /1m

200mm

as shown

TOTAL QTY

De

Doryanthes excelsa

Spear Lily/Gymea Lily

2.0m / 2.4m

300mm

as shown

17

Sat

Syzygium australe ‘tayla Made’

Lilly Pilly

2.5m / 1.5m

200mm

as shown

5

1.0m / 0.6m

200mm

as shown

40

Za

Zantedeschia aethiopica

Arum Lily

Sr

Strelitzia reginae

Bird of Paradise

Ag

Agapanthus 'Getty White'

1.2m / 1.2m

200mm

as shown

18

0.6m / 0.6m

140mm

as shown

36

1

2

3

SEAT PLACE AT CORNER

CAR PARK PAVEMENT

WATER FEATURE

Lomandra longifolia

Dianella 'King Alfred'

Bamboo 'Baby Panda'

4

GREEN WALL WITH OUTDOOR LIVING ROOM

5

6

POOL WITH GREEN WALL

ALUMINUM EDGING

Xanthorrhoeacea

Liliaceae

Strelitzia reginae

Agapanthus 'Getty White'

ref. to appendix 2 file 5 475

Philodendron 'Xanadu'

Grasses Ll

Lomandra longifolia

Native Grass

0.9m / 0.9m

200mm

as shown

30

Dk

Dianella 'King Alfred'

Flax Lilies

0.9m / 0.6m

200mm

as shown

51

0.4m / 0.4m

180mm

as shown

Pogonatherum paniceum

Bamboo 'Baby Panda'

0

10M

NOTE:

1

Jacaranda mimosifolia

N

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Magnolia grandiflora 'Little Gem'

Drepanostachyum Falcatum

Pyrus ussuriensis

Osmanthus fragrans

Gardenia augusta 'Magnifica'

Syzygium australe 'Resilience'

Rosa flower carpet

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Aiyi River Wetland 2017 Young Designers Growth Plan Competion, The Third Prize

+ LOCATION + YinChuan, China + SCALE + 20000m² + TEAM + Joe Shen (Arch), Flora Bao + BACKGROUND + Young Designers Growth Plan Competion is part of Asian Townscape Awards, which is facing to worldwide young designers. Yinchuan is the capital of the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, China, and historically it was the former capital of the Western Xia Empire of the Tanguts. It has an area of 4,467 km² and a total population of 1.99 million. Its built up area is home to 1,290,170 inhabitants spread on three urban districts. The name of the city literally means “silver river”. Yinchuan lies in the middle of Ningxia Plain. It is sheltered from the deserts of Mongolia by the high ranges of the Helan Mountains to its west. The Yellow River runs through Yinchuan from southwest to northeast. The average elevation of Yinchuan is 1,100 meters (about 3,608 feet). The urban center of Yinchuan lies about halfway between the Yellow River and the edge of Helan Mountains.

URBAN DEVELOPMENT

DESERT OASIS

3

GOBI TEXTURE

4


+ district analysis + Respect the current greening of the site and create an overhead garden system to avoid ecological damage

Tree enclosure space

+ Tree layer + + site overlay +

Combining the main landscape structure of Aiyi River, creating three main viewing spaces

Connected by corridors to the entire park, providing double-spaced spaces with high visibility to watch birds

+ Corridor construction (2L) +

+ global mapping +

+ traffic flow analysis + Also provided the publics with two jogging tracks, 1km and 2km

Rebate practices consist of three different forms. Use existing lakes to form ecological swamp and artificial ponds

+ Water revetment & plants Combination +

+ terrain analysis + Combine the most abundant landscape resources to create a space for listening river and wind.

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+ city scale mapping +

Ground activity space is in a low line of sight and watch the lake

+ Garden road & shrub land (GL) +

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OLA Square 2018 LANZAROTE DYNAMIC SQUARE COMPETITION, Not selected

+ LOCATION + Arrecife, Spain + SCALE + 1000m² + TEAM + Joe Shen, Hazel Karaman

+ geoy-location +

+ plane and boat access to arricefe +

+ street analysis +

+ BACKGROUND + Being one of the most exotic places, Arrecife is a place open to the sea with its luscious sands and lapping waters that add a scenic view presented by one of Spain’s popular southern Islands facing the african crystaline sea. Apart from relying on nature alone, we can take into hand the Lanzarote Dynamic Square, formerly a meeting spot, which now is an unregulated parking lot/empty space with pot plants. Arrecife is wedged between an airport and a marine terminal, making it a tourist destiantion. Lanzarote square itself is in the midst of bustling traffic networks and buissy traffic, towered over by apartments and resturants. This site is transformed into Ola Square, a place for social interactions and ecology to flourish. A place for the people to happily greet, and a place that will happy greet the people.

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There are three very narrow and busy roads around the perimeter of the square. The main traffic flow is from south to north, therefore, we extended the road into the site to ease traffic congestion.

The immediate border of the square is turned into a 1.2-metre sidewalk accompanied with a 2-metre buffer area, where people can navigate through the site with ease. The centre of the site is where the activities take place. We arranged a space for unloading and loading to take place on the south side of the site.

Starting to separate the shade, paying attention to select a lightweight material to reduce weight of the structure. The intention of the shade is to categorise space.

Pull up the middle of the site to create hierarchy. The drainage of the site is located around the perimeter of the square for rainwater collection.

The fragmentation of the shade between dense and sparse form different space experiences. The shade and light together become a substantial element of the square to guide people between exposure and refreshing coolness.

The south east pattern on the pavement serves as a directional lead to guide people into and through the square. The raised centre caters for a range of activities; seating, exhibitions, markets, and stages.

Lifting the east part of the shade canopy to allow space for stages to take place and the clear vision of the projection wall. Due to the squares limit of excluding big trees, we have put movable hanging flower and plant pots that are flexible in height, aiding the shade element and providing a floating garden for people to enjoy walking through.

Following the south east pavement pattern, the embedded vegetation compliments the blur between natural and build environments, providing green space and reinforcing the idea of a biosphere reserve.

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The square lacked shading and the vegetation isn’t ample enough. A base canopy is placed on site.

+ ABSTRACT + OLA Square presents the opportunity to escape urban infrastructure by proposing a space in time that is made for the use of people, biodiversity and multi-function events. Find yourself immersed between the hanging garden of delicate vegetation and explore the undulating wave form of our square complimented with naturally composed seating opportunities, an open amphitheatre, ample shading from the harsh sun and popup events. This proposal aims to allow flow and placidity to coexist harmoniously while catering for a reserved biosphere inclusive of people interaction.

+ Master Plan + With Canopy

The linen shades propped on the canopy are light weight, cheap and add movement to the site with the aid of winds, not completely cutting off the sky, but providing enough shade for the people that want to sit comfortably on the terraced mid-section of the site.

+ FINALISED CONCEPT + + Master Plan + Without Canopy

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The elevated surface creates a natural stage for speeches, for guitar jam sessions and for a renown meeting spot. OLA Square respects people that just need to pass through and consider those that want to stay longer. Our design compliments the harmonious existance of both circumstances

Allowing the wall to be a white screen for video projection sets the scene for an outdoor cinema. The projector is portable, and the speaker are embedded into the surrounding poles

General feeling of the site. Easy access for wheelchairs, ample shade in the raised seating area, and planty of plants both on the ground and in the air to magnify ecology.

+ Master Plan + With Canopy

The site can also be used as a curation space to celebrate cultural art and ceremonies effortlessly. OLA Square also lures the young audiences with our free Wifi and ports and are ideal for tourists that want to stop by, check in and share the space on their social media, firing up the popularity of the space on the global scale.

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OLA Square is dynamic and movable in form as pop up markets and stalls can easily be embedded into our relatively flat site. The hanging plants are easily moved around to compliment the structures.

A portable pop-up concert stage can best fit infront of the projector and serve as a backrop for concerts and jams. The speakers are embedded into the structure poles with sufficient energy ports for lighting and projection.

+ Master Plan + Without Canopy

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NARRATIVE DISTANCE RMIT Major Project: Future Form Lab 2017

+ LOCATION + Narrawong, Australia + SCALE + Unknow + TUTORS + Dr. Marieluise Jonas & Kate Church + BACKGROUND + Narrawong is a small rural region in southwest Victoria, Australia. This camping site town has huge ambition to develop local landscape to engage future tourism. In the future, how does this project design use landscape methodology to create share and communicate space through investigating the distances within relationships between 400 residents and thousands visitors, human and naturals? Distance is the most straightforward way to approach relationships, mostly of physical. However, with the process of society, modernism separate or collect human in physical through building concrete wall, information technology separate or connect human in psychical through mobile phone. The relations is “loneliness, anomie and disorder” (Coleman 2009, p.755), which is too complex to be described or dened by common thinking of distance. Edward T. Hall (1966) has coined “Proxemics” for the interrelated observations and theories of man’s use of space as a specialized. This project aims to break the semantic limitation of distance, finding a new idea of “narrative” to birth a new semantic for distance. Based on Edward’s “the hidden distance” as principle, distance will be quantied into relatively short, medium and long. Through narrating distance, relationships will be “laid, placed, arranged” (Foucault 2001, p.xix). And in project, three types of space, namely “derive narrative” “transform narrative” and “sequence narrative”, will be dened to respond almost relationships. This thesis carries two reection

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POLY-LINE-SCAPE RMIT Up-Pool Studio 2016

+ LOCATION + Balaclava, Australia + SCALE + 2000m² + TUTOR + Isabel Lasala + BACKGROUND + The site is at the side of Balaclava Train Station. It is an important and great area for community residentials as a community center. There was a low-utilization and limited-area playground only for childrens. Slopes on both sides of train tracks are even less used due to insecurity and less convenience. This project plan aims to improve two aspects, more activity area and more applicable people, which is for making the site more active.

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#FRAME MELBOURNE RMIT Research Seminar 2016-2017

+ PHASE 3_ Graphic Design +

PHASE 1_ PostCard Design We adopt postcard form to design an invitation letter. Those cards are sent to popular restaurants and cafes in CBD for inviting Melbourne residentials to join us to share their life details in Melbourne.

We adopt postcard form to design an invitation letter. Those cards are sent to popular restaurants and cafes in CBD for inviting Melbourne residentials to join us to share their life details in Melbourne.

+ Concpet Wall Paper + The corner of Spencer St. and Flinder St., Melbourne, VIC, 3000

PO ST YOUr HOME

+ LOCATION + Melbourne, Australia

FRAMES MELBOUrnE

+ SCALE + 17m(W) X 2.5m(H) + TUTOR + Dr. Charles Anderson & Dr. Ross McLeod + CLIENT + Lendlease, Melbourne Quarter Project + BACKGROUND + Lendlease has a 2-year project, Melbourne Quarter at the south of Southern Cross Station. They want the hoarding wall more meaningful and advantaged for surrounding community. So that our team want to invite more people to join us to show the multicultural atmosphere of Melbourne. In the past year, FrameMelbourne experienced three phases. Our team also tried more realms to finish it than just hoarding design.

What makes your HOME a HOME ? Hello, we are urban surfaces. In #framemelb project, we are appreciative to invite you to share your feeling about HOME. Your home photos and melbourne stories will be featured as a part of our project community.

Capturing the special moment of your unique life to frame diversified Melbourne. Welcome to share your photos and stories with us.

TO

Adding #framemelb to your Instagram and Facebook posts.

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#FRAMEMELB What makes YOU feel at home? Whether it’s a scrumptious dinner, a hug from your best friend or a hot morning coffee. Capture the small moments that make Melbourne your home!

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Or scanning the QR code to submit directly at our web: http://urbansurfacesproject.com.au

PHASE 2_Website for Public Participation

B#FRAMEMELB#FRAME

+ One of Coloring Scheme +

Our team creates a website (http://www.framemelbourne.org/) for inviting the public to share the great view from their rooms’ windows. At the same time, we also share these photos on multimedia, Instagram, Facebook, and Wechat.

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+ Construction Process +

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NEO-INFRASTRUCTURE

UN-STILL LIFE

RMIT Research Seminar 2016

RMIT Research Seminar 2015

Time provides the meanings of various circulations in our normal life. Meanwhile, time also reminds us to slow down in order to notice more subtle things which are always ignored. I spent four weeks observing a phenomenon about the change of water stain on wet ground, which reveals some features of time. This was combined with some reading material, which point out theories about time that support my observation findings. This study illustrates my experience of looking and drawing the wet ground over a period of time, and how to use these characters of time in landscape architecture.

Somewhere witnessed Chinese industrial golden age bearing industrial pollution, also experienced post-industrial period getting ecological restoration and landscape renovation. After had played several roles, a waste land, a post-industrial landscape, a neo-infrastructure, Minghu Wetland Park becomes to a “B. B. B.-scape”, a new typology of landscape architecture “Blend and be blended landscape”

Welcome to Minghu Wetland Park 2050 /Liupanshui City/China

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PROGRESS /Landscape in an Expanded Field

2 3

Semiotic_scape

4

(Bio-swale 1)

(Floating islands)

2 floating islands

Mini_Spatial

?

3 articulated bridge

2 floating islands

Permanent

From the north point of bridge to the south of it, our tour will through 5 stops

2 MINIMAL GARDEN ISLAND

1 DROSSCAPED SWALES 1 drosscaped swales

Mega_Spatial

Reclaimed Land

5

3 articulated bridge

Green Field

Articulated Space

?

Architectural landscape

Drosscape

Mini Garden

Junkspace

Temporal

2 dimensions

8 types

Resilience

Permeability

? Float /Fluid

Blend + Be blended = landscape

Plasticity

4 characters

1 conclusion

4 JUNKSPACE

3 ARTICULATED BRIDGE SPACE

(Pedestrian bridge)

4 junkspace 3 articulated bridge 5 viewing tower

(Bio-swale 2)

4 junkspace

5 ARCHITECTURAL LANDSCAPE

Hope you can enjoy this fantasy landscape journey!

CONCLUSION /Landscape in an Expanded Field

IN A MIRROR (viewing tower)

5 architectual landscape Permanent

Permeability

2 floating islands

Semiotic_scape

Reclaimed Land Ar�culated Bridge Space

Blend + Be blended =landscape

Mini_Spatial

Resilience

Green Field

Articulated Space

Minimal Garden Float /Fluid

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Mega_Spatial Drosscape

Architectural landscape Junkspace

Temporal

Plasticity

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THANKS

CHUYUE WU cheriewoo0421@gmail.com (+61)0452550421 495 Rathdowne Street, Carlton, VIC, 3053

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Landscape Architecture Folio_Chuyue Wu  
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