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Landscape Architecture Portfolio Hsuan-yi Su (Willy)


I am a university graduating student in horticulture and landscape architecture with key skills in common design software, looking for short-term internship.

Hsuan-yi Su ( Willy ) EDUCATION 2019 BLA: Horticulture & Landscape Architecture National Taiwan University - Taipei, Taiwan 09/2017 - 06/2018 Exchange Program California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, U.S.A. CONTACT Phone: (909) 326 - 9640 Email: hsuanyisu@cpp.edu

EXPERIENCE 07/2017 - 08/2017 Summer Intern Golden Park Landscape - Kaohsiung, Taiwan 2017 Student Volunteer ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO - Los Angeles, U.S.A. 2016 Staff Member “Inheriting the City� International Conference - Taipei, Taiwan


Contents - Moving in Layers - Maryvale Early Education Center School Courtyard Garden - Rock, Water, and Craftsmanship - Stone Processing Sightseeing Factory, Yilan, Taiwan

P. 4 - 7 P. 8 - 11

- Slow Flowing - Song-shou Square Park, Taipei, Taiwan

P. 12 - 17

- Sewing Up the Forest - Da-an Forest Park, Taipei, Taiwan

P. 18 - 21

- Rendering Samples

P. 22 - 25

- ArcGIS Work Samples

P. 26 - 31

- Totoro - Bonsai Design

P. 32 - 33


Moving in Layers Maryvale Early Education Center School Courtyard Garden


How do children feel the space? In order to understand how children feel this courtyard garden, I filmed a short movie at children's eye level mimicing the movement of them. I found that the space looked bigger at children's eye level, and children might tend to pay more attention to lower planting. In this diagram, the main part shows what you can see when moving in the existing courtyard garden, and the surrounding seven shots illustrate my design concepts and how they will fit in the current condition.


Awe

Higher than 4 feet

Wooden Platform Challange (in.)

Around 2 feet

120 110 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

Curving Tree House

Less than 1 foot

Same height, different feeling The diagram above shows how the same height of plants can have totally different effects on an adult's and a child's feelings. For example, a 40-inch-tall "low hedge" can completely screen a child's sight.

Enhance interaction with existing trees Elevated wooden structures will allow children to have fun with trees at different levels.

Bring missing layers back The planting at interactive level will give children more experiences and fun.

On the ground


Compost Area Vegetable Nursery Preparing Ground

Small Group Space

Washing Area

On-ground Planting Bed Area

Wooden Platform

Parking lot

Mud Kitchen

School Building

Edible Pergola

+1’

Sitting Steps

Curving Tree House

+2’

+3’ +2’ +1’

Mounts

Raised Planting Bed Area 0’

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Art Area

Playground

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Rock, Water, and Craftsmanship Stone Processing Sightseeing Factory, Yilan, Taiwan


分區構想 土地公廟 基地範圍線

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沉澱池

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1. 員工專用區 → 與遊客區隔 2. 停車場 → 友善人行空間 3.「泉流石注」區 → 「石材」與「水」結合 → 聚集、休憩、賞景 4. 開闊複層區 → 維持開闊視野 → 銜接山坡林帶 5. 工廠作業區 → 堆置石材 → 貨車暫停

山泉水池

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石材加工作業廠區

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Stone Steps


Stone Steps Water Steps Waterfall

Stream

Fountain


Slow Flowing Song-shou Square Park, Taipei, Taiwan


基地背景與分析

基地向外視覺景觀

基地位於台北市信義計劃區,西側為台北市政府,東側則緊鄰百貨商業區, 空間氛圍活潑。本廣場自 84 年興建至今已顯老舊,如何提供使用者舒適 驚艷的全新體驗,是本案的主要目標。在使用者方面,平日上班族多以穿 越為主。假日則有較多元的使用者,包括親子與年輕族群,在公園的停留 時間也較長。夜間則幾乎都沒有使用者。

西面隔著松智路與台北市政府相望。

東面連接香堤廣場,視野開闊。 ‧ 人車爭道 ‧ 排風口噪音

‧ 101視野較佳處

北面為花旗銀行大樓,路旁為機車停放區。

‧ 排風口噪音 ‧ 人車爭道

行人

單車

汽車

南面人行道為機車停放區,未來預計興建飯店大樓。


+ 動靜空間兼備

+

視覺引導動線

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= 都市廣場活化

活潑曲線形式


7.81

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8.26

8.11

8.44

8.90 9.10 8.30

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8.70

8.25

3 8.39

8.39

8.05

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8.45

5

草溝 排水溝 設計高程 既有高程 陰井 逕流方向

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8.16

8.12

8.34

7.89

Song-zhi Road

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茄苳

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樟樹

黃連木

楓香 九芎

台灣欒樹

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刺桐

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小葉欖仁 2

山櫻 B

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1 Buffer

3 Rainbow Steps

5 Fountain

2 Planting

4 Waterscape

6 101 Viewing Plaza

美人樹

印度紫檀

大王椰子 蒲葵

Shading Area

水黃皮

南洋杉


A-A' 剖立面圖

中央軸線

流水造景

互動噴泉

動態廣場

彩虹階台

複層綠帶

人行道

道路

B-B' 剖立面圖

人行道

複層綠帶

林蔭休憩區

中央綠帶

電梯出入口


階台水景區 配合公園整體的彎曲線 條,融合階梯平台及互 動式水景,營造為活潑 動態的空間氛圍。平台 上彩虹般的矮牆是這個 空間的一大亮點。

林蔭休憩區 利用植栽島營造蜿蜒的 動線,讓人不知不覺就 放慢腳步,搭配提供遮 蔭 的 植 栽 和 座 椅, 將 空間塑造為可以自在 探索、休憩停留的好地 方。


Sewing Up the Forest Da-an Forest Park, Taipei, Taiwan


基地背景

設計構想

大安森林公園位於臺北市大安區,面積約26 公 頃,為台北市最大公園,為民眾閒暇時休憩之場所, 亦吸引許多觀光客前來觀光。 基地範圍位於大安森林公園生態池周邊,以生態、 賞鳥為特色,吸引不少賞鳥人士及民眾聚集之焦 點。

‧ 對使用者 → 整合零碎空間、創造多樣體驗、提升休憩品質

課題與對策 ‧ 動線混亂 → 整合動線、去蕪存菁 ‧ 棲地破碎 → 營造完整棲地 ‧ 土質硬實 → 護根措施幫助喬木生長

‧ 對鳥類 → 增加棲地多樣性、保留不受人為干擾的生態熱點

水域棲地與對應鳥種

陸域棲地與對應鳥種


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改造後

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竹林幽徑 疏林帶 階梯草坡 公廁 野餐桌椅區 互動式水景 賞鳥平台 帶狀座椅區 原生密林區 高架木平台 復健設施 小生態池 觀景木橋 淨化濕地

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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野餐桌椅區

池畔草原區

帶狀座椅區

淨化濕地區


Rendering Samples


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ArcGIS Work Samples


Natural Landscape Inventories of Long Beach The Boundary of Long Beach

Hydrology

Flood Long_Beach_FEMA_Flood

Long_Beach_Hydrology

Long_Beach_Boundary

DESCRIPTION

River

An area that is determined to be outside the 100 and 500 year floodplains

Waterbody

An area inundated by 100 year flooding for which no BFEs have been established

500-y flooding or 100-y with < 1 foot depth or with drainage areas < 1 sqm or protected by levees

An area that is located within a community or county that is not mapped on any published FIRM

Angeles River, Los

n Gabriel River North Fork Sa

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Colorado Lagoon

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Source: Esri, DigitalGlobe, GeoEye, Earthstar Geographics, CNES/Airbus DS, USDA, USGS, AeroGRID, IGN, and the GIS User Community

City of Long Beach is located on the Pacific Coast of the United States, within Los Angeles County in Southern California.

Soil

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Source: Esri, DigitalGlobe, GeoEye, Earthstar Geographics, CNES/Airbus DS, USDA, USGS, AeroGRID, IGN, and the GIS User Community

Los Angeles River and San Gabriel River flow into the Pacific Ocean form north to south in Long Beach.

Although most of the city is relatively safe from flooding, the area along Los Angeles River and San Gabriel River and the harbor area are under threat of 100 year flooding.

Land Cover

Park

Long_Beach_Soil_Type

Long_Beach_landcover

NAME

WHRNAME

HANFORD FINE SANDY LOAM

Long_Beach_Parks

Water

CHINO SILT LOAM TUJUNGA FINE SANDY LOAM

Urban

RAMONA LOAM

Saline Emergent Wetland

RAMONA SANDY LOAM

Barren

YOLO CLAY LOAM

Annual Grassland

MONTEZUMA CLAY ADOBE

Atlantic Plaza Park Scherer Park Pan American Park Cherry Avenue Park

Agriculture

HANFORD GRAVELLY SANDY LOAM

Coolidge Park Houghton Park De Forest Park

Somerset Park Los Cerritos Park

Heartwell Park Wardlow Park

Silverado Park El Dorado Park West Hudson Park Admiral Kidd Park

Stearns Champions Park Chittick Field Park Los Alamitos Park Whaley Park Orizaba Park

14th St Park Drake Park

Rose Park Blair Field

Ceasar E Chavez Park

Marina Vista Park Channel View Park Palm Beach Park Bixby Park Bluff Park Rainbow Lagoon Park Long Beach City Beach

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Source: Esri, DigitalGlobe, GeoEye, Earthstar Geographics, CNES/Airbus DS, USDA, USGS, AeroGRID, IGN, and the GIS User Community

The soil beneath Long Beach is composed of a wide range of loams. Five dominant types of soil around equally cover the city.

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More than 90% of the area in Long Beach is developed urban land.

Alamitos Bay State Park Miles 0

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Source: Esri, DigitalGlobe, GeoEye, Earthstar Geographics, CNES/Airbus DS, USDA, USGS, AeroGRID, IGN, and the GIS User Community

There are 44 parks in Long Beach, and the largest one is El Dorado Park.


Park Need Assessment of Long Beach Compared to Other Park Poor Districts in Los Angeles County Park Poor Areas in Long Beach

T he P opulat ion i n T he P ar k P oor Ar ea in L ong Beach Compar ed t o Other P ar k Poor Distr icts i n L os Ange les County 180,000 170,000 160,000 150,000 140,000 130,000 Population in Park Poor Area

City Boundary River Waterbody Park Vacant Land Park Poor Area

120,000 110,000 100,000 90,000 80,000 70,000 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000

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Miracle Mile

Hollywood

Lancaster

Van Nuys

T he Amount of T he Park Poor Area in L ong Beach Compar ed to Other Park Poor Distr icts in L os Angeles County 80

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Total Area of Park Poor Area

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Long Beach has the largest population living in park poor areas compared to other cities and neighborhoods in Los Angeles County. However, the total area of park poor areas in Long Beach is significantly less than the amounts of other top four park poor districts in Los Angeles County, which implies that the population density of Long Beach is high. Besides, there is not much potential vacant land in the park poor areas. Therefore, to satisfy Long Beach citizens' need for parks, the responsible agencies can improve the accessibility of existing parks, make streets green and walkable, and consider vertical gardens and public roof gardens.


PUBFh

Areas Suitable for Multiple Land Use Types

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On the final composite map, the preservation zone mostly overlays with the recreational area, and the recreational area also partly overlays with some of the areas suitable for residential development. Bssides, it is noteworthy that the residential development areas with lake view do not overlay with other land use types. Based on this result, I recommend that the preservation zone and the residential development areas with lake view have priority over other land use types. The rest of the recreational areas should have second priority, because they can not only better living quality but act as natural buffers between residential areas and preservation zone. Lastly, the rest of the possible residential areas can be developed.

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Source: Esri, DigitalGlobe, GeoEye, Earthstar Geographics, CNES/Airbus DS, USDA, USGS, AeroGRID, IGN, and the GIS User Community

Wetland Waterbody


Park / Population Density

Population Within a Quarter mile (%)

Park Availability in Los Angeles County Park / Poppulation Density According to the analysis, the following are the 10 districts not only have no park, but also have the top 10 biggest population among those districts. 1. West Carson (population: 21,699) 2. San Jose Hills (population: 20,620) 3. Walnut Park (population: 15,966) 4. Canyon Country (population: 14,232) 5. Azusa (population: 10,526) 6. Covina Islands (population: 9,020) 7. Lake Los Angeles (population: 6,387) 8. Playa Del Rey (population: 6,141) 9. East San Gabriel (population: 4,571) 10. Covina (population: 3,804)

Population Within a Quarter mile (%) 1. Stevenson Ranch (population: 19,931) 2. Lake Los Angeles (population: 6,387) 3. East San Gabriel (population: 4,571) 4. Covina (population: 3,804) 5. Avalon (population: 3,728) 6. Compton (population: 2,597) 7. Willowbrook (population: 2,384) 8. Quartz Hill (population: 2,360) 9. San Pasqual (population: 2,041) 10. La Rambla (population: 2,034)

park_pop_density Percentage of population living within a quarter mile from parks (%)

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The Five Districts to Receive Funding: The districts on both of the lists above will have the priority to receive the funding. Next, higher ranking will have higher priority. 1. Lake Los Angeles 2. East San Gabriel 3. Covina 4. West Carson 5. Stevenson Ranch


Totoro

Bonsai design


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