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PORTFOLIO 2012-2017

LU TE-HSING 盧德昕


RESUME EDUCATION 2015/06 Tunghai University / Department of Architecture Bachelor of Architecture

WORK EXPERIENCE 2016/06 - 2017/06

Lu Te-Hsing 盧德昕

Substitute Military Service National Defense Medical Center 2016/08 - 2016/12

Born In April 28th, 1992 Taipei City, Taiwan

Film Editor & Photographer

Contact: +886 932 070 997 lu8204shinn@gmail.com

2016/02 - 2016/08

Personal Statement

2015/07 - 2015/08

Documentary for Reconstruction of No.41 in THU

Editor "99" THU Architecture Graduation Special Issue

Assistant I was born in an environment full of different kinds of art. My parents and my brother nourished me with classical music, literature and movies. Since I was young, I was deeply touched by art and music, hence brought up my habit of drawing and playing instruments, and most importantly, the ability to appreciate aesthetics.

"Super Ficial" Venice Architecture Biennale

After I entered school of architecture, lessons didn't satisfied me. In my leisure time I did several different works, such as playing drums in my band, worked as assistant art director in a film company, established a movie club, studied philosophy and participated in social movements.

Campaign Headquaters of Legistor Hung Tzi-Yung

In my opinion, architecture is not just erecting buildings, it is a social issue. Other than traditional architectural drawings, there are many ways to approach it's ideology, for instance, media, music, literature, performence and film plays an increasingly important role in this saturated ever-changing world. Thus, I want to seek more possibilities in the future of architecture.

Taiwan Pavilion Proposal Team 2015/07 - 2015/08 Interior Designer

2014/09 - 2014/10 Assistant Art Director Taiwan Hakka TV film project “Parental Leave” 2013/09 - 2013/12 Director, Band Manager and Drummer THU Architecture christmas party 2012/07 - 2012/08 Assistant Art Director Uniqlo Shanghai Winter CF

RESUME


WORKSHOP

AWARDS

2017/04 Discrete Expression: Re-Thinking Architecture Space

2017/03 "Naked Life In Disguise"

Through Computational Ornaments Workshop

Arch Out Loud Boarders Competition _ Top 50 Finalist

Host: UCL Bartlett & NUU Location: Taiwan

2016/03 "Taiwan Babel Tower" eVolo Skyscraper Competition 2016 _ Honorable mentioned

2015/12 Art Setouchi Workshop Host: THU & CYCU

2016/03 "The Ridge" Pou Chen Creative Park Competition _ Third Place

Location: Japan 2014/05 Middle District Reconstruction Workshop Host: Yoshifumi Nakamura Location: Taiwan

PUBLISHED 2017/03 "Naked Life In Disguise"

2014/07 Mumbai Urban Design Exchange Workshop

Arch Out Loud Website

Host: KRVIA Location: Mumbai

2016/10 "Taiwan Babel Taiwan" eVolo Skyscraper 3

2012/07 Ching Hua Architecture And Culture Workshop Host: Beijing Ching Hua University

2016/06 "Pills Of Nostalgia"

Location: Beijing

Fun Shu Chu Architecture Magazine June Issue 2016/03 "Taiwan Babel Taiwan" eVolo Skyscraper Competition Website

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Adobe Indesign

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Garage Band

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Adobe Flash

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Goldwave

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Microsoft office

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GRASSHOPPER

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Chinese

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CONTENT STUDIOS

COMPETITIONS TAIWAN BABEL TOWER

NAKED LIFE IN DISGUISE

INSTALLATION OF BABEL

THE RIDGE

YEAR: 2015 TYPE: THESIS DESIGN ADVISOR: KUO WEN-LIANG AWARD: eVolo SKYSCRAPER COMPETITION 2016 HONORABLE MENTIONED

YEAR: 2015 TYPE: THESIS DESIGN ADVISOR: KUO WEN-LIANG

TAICHUNG TRASPORTATION HUB YEAR: 2014 TYPE: ACADEMIC STUDIO ADVISOR: HSIEH WEN-TAI TEAM MEMBER: CHEN KAI HO JR-YUAN

CONTENT

YEAR: 2017 PROPOSITION: KOREAN DMZ UNDERGROUND BATHHOUSE HOST: ARCH OUT LOUD TEAM MEMBER: LIANG YUN-CHU WU BO-CHEN AWARD: TOP 50 FINALIST

YEAR: 2016 PROPOSITION: POU CHEN CREATIVE PARK HOST: POU CHEN ENTERPRISE ADVISOR: TIEN LING TEAM MEMBER: LIU WEI-TING TSAI CHEN-LIN YIN TING ZHAN CHEN-HSING AWARD: THIRD PLACE


WORKSHOP UCL X NUU WORKSHOP DISCRETE EXPRESSION

YEAR: 2017 HOST: UCL BARTLETT DESIGN COMPUTATION LAB NUU DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE ADVISOR: MOLLIE CLAYPOOL MANUEL JIMENEZ GARCIA GILLES RESTIN VICENTE SOLER

APPENDIX "99" THU GRADUATION SPECIAL ISSUE

YEAR: 2016 TYPE: PUBLICATION DESIGN PUBLISHER: GARDEN CITY PUBLISHERS COMPANY TEAM MEMBER: HUANG YUN-CHI PENG HSING-WEN LIANG YUN-CHU

"99" PRESENTATION

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE

YEAR: 2016 TYPE: CURATION ADVISOR: TIEN LING TEAM MEMBER: PENG HSING-WEN

CITIZEN SALON

PILLS OF NOSTALGIA

MEMORY REBUILD

A PEEK INTO FILM INDUSTRY

YEAR: 2015 TYPE: FINISHED INTERIOR DESIGN PROPOSITION: CAMPAIGN HEADQUATERS HOST: LEGISTOR HUNG TZI-YUNG TEAM MEMBER: PENG HSING-WEN LIU WEI-TING LIANG YUN-CHU

YEAR: 2016TYPE: UNDER CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PROPOSITION: LU'S FAMILY HOUSE HOST: JASON-ARC DESIGN COMPANY ADVISOR: JASON CHANG EDDY CHANG

YEAR: 2016 TYPE: ART PROJECT TEAM MEMBER: PENG HSING-WEN

TYPE: FILM PROJECT ASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR YEAR: 2012 - 2014

TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL YEAR: 2014 - 2016 TYPE: BAND EXPERIENCE POSITION: DRUMS & KEYBOARD

PORTFOLIO 2012-2017 / LU TE HSING


YEAR: 2015 TYPE: THESIS DESIGN ADVISOR: KUO WEN-LIANG eVOLO SKYSCRAPER COMPETITION 2016

HONORABLE MENTIONED

BACHELOR THESIS DESIGN PT01

TAIWAN BABEL TOWER


Please have a seat, let's continue.

You have been working here as a guard for 30 years, now you are going to resign.

That's a very long time. Tell me more about the place you worked at.

TAIWAN BABEL TOWER

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I can still remember the scene when I overlooked Taipei basin in younger age. Great amount of skyscrapers were built with the dreams of 20th century. They exclamed to be self sufficient, so everybody was joking about: "If apocalypse does come, all we need to do is hide inside the tower." It sounds like a very bad joke now, in my opinion.

BACHELOR THESIS DESIGN PT01


Can You still remember how the tower looked like?

My memory is blurred through time. It was colorful but dark and bright at the same time, pretty frightning I can say, and hard to describe. I entered the tower eventually, but I've forgotten how.

Actually, I've forgotten when I entered the tower, I've forgotten why I started living in here, or why I started working as a guard. And I've also forgotten when was the last time I left this building, and why I couldn't leave.

TAIWAN BABEL TOWER


Tell me about your job.

I was introduced by my friend. It was a pretty good position with decent salary and nice working enviroment. Back then, real estate market was at it's peak, many edifices were built under the supervision of government. Not only to stimulate the market, but also for solving the problem of Taipei's messy urbanscape. Before the building was finished, housing agents have already begun to promote under the title of "World's Tallest Dwelling". Customers swarmed into the tower in no time.

At the first few years, buying house in the tower is a big trend for middle class in Taipei. Everyone eagered for a house in upper floor with sufficent sunlight and clean air.

...Business was booming, huh? I saw the rich carrying cash to agents in person, day in and day out. Business was indeed booming.

BACHELOR THESIS DESIGN PT01


I heard that life in upper floor is dissipated.

I sit in the lobby everyday, seeing newcomers take the elavator to upper floor, but never seeing them come back down ever since. Basically the tower is self-sufficient, all kind of luxury need can be satisfied in the upper floor. In hence, the residents do not have to go to any other area in the city. I've never go up there, but it is said every brand of club, store, restaurant I know is findable up there.

So how does the upper floor run this building?

To be honest, I don't really know. In my opinion, they don't really care. I don't know it's on purpose or not, the lower part of tower gradually become a slum

To achieve self-sufficient, a great amount of labours is required. To accomplish so, the upper floor carried out a residential policy that lower floor is opened for labours, in condition of them working for upper floor. The lower floor is hard to sell anyway. Swarms of labours fluxed into the tower despite the warnings from socoial activists.

TAIWAN BABEL TOWER


Rumor has it that there's a magnificant hanging garden, which seperate the tower into upper part and lower part. The lower floor became more and more chaotic, everybody tried their best to work so as to go past that hanging garden. The only thing you can see from below is luxury apperence and exaggarated scape. Therefore, the upper floor is ideology, and the lower part is production.

You can put it that way.

BACHELOR THESIS DESIGN PT01


Patrol is not my job. Have you ever sneak into the elevator and

I am only in charge of monitoring CCTV and guarding the elevator.

dsicover what is going in the upper floor?

I wouldn't go upstairs if there wasn't any emergency. I tried to stay away from all kind of trouble if possible.

I vaguely remember, before I left, a resident kept on mumbling to me in the lobby, repeatedly and crazily. Saying:

"This tower is poem, is soul, is everything, but not itself."

"Becaure the tower is created by ourselves."

TAIWAN BABEL TOWER


......Thank you.

Got any plan after retirement?

I heard there's a basement in the tower. After our death, our bodies will be delivered downstairs. It's a place no living can enter.

BACHELOR THESIS DESIGN PT01


“If there is a need for a monument in this city, let there be one. This monument will become a slice of the contemporary world, and the ideology of citizens will be revealed with a massive collage of culture symbols. Taiwan has been colonized by the Dutch, the Spanish, the Chinese and the Japanese people in modern history. A diverse political and cultural heritage has rendered Taiwan a country without clear root or origin. Taiwan thus becomes a blender that accepts most influences from other cultures. The mixture also represents in the build environment. Taiwan has find ways to incorporate different cultural aspects, whether traditional or modern, western or eastern. Like all other colonized cities, the urban scape is an agglomeration of different influences and developments. To represent the city and its people, the government started a project to create a monument that is also a tremendous housing. Having no more land to use in the already crowded city, the only way to go is up. A colossal height is expected, and the design becomes a task of vertical urban-planning. A megastructure in architecture as well as a superstructure in the sense of Marx theories, this monument / housing complex is an embodiment of economy, culture and society.�

BACHELOR THESIS DESIGN PT02

INSTALLATION OF BAB


BEL


6M X 2M X 1.2M 8 PROJECTORS 10 ASSISTANTS

INSTALLATION OF BABEL


This installation stands for the performance of Taiwan Babel Tower. It's a six-meter-tall tower floating in the air, located next to a staircase. As audience climbed up the stairs, they moved from bottom of the tower to the top, from ouside to inside. Multiple trials were done so as to back up the installation, including a novel, few videos, a mixture of sound recorded from Taipei city and concept drawings. One month before final jury of thesis, I recruited 10 assistants and helped me set the installation and finished curating. On one hand, in order to control the light and sound during the display, we had to shelter the two-storebuilding with shading cloth. On the other hand, lights, speakers and exhibition stands were assembled and installed for the purpose of best demonstration. It was not just traditional architectural drawing and modeling, but building an 1:1 scale installation and 6 square meters exhibition that people can actually walk in and participate the performence.

BACHELOR THESIS DESIGN PT02


At the buttom of the installation, a repeating and chaotic film is projected on a section of slum, indicating the situation beyond redemption. Up on the second section, is the place where most of us stay. With 30 distinctive films of daily life project on different boxes. And on the third and fourth section, represents the middle class and beyond. INSTALLATION OF BABEL


BACHELOR THESIS DESIGN PT02


TAICHUNG TRANSPORTATION HUB YEAR: 2014 TYPE: ACADEMIC STUDIO ADVISOR: HSIEH WEN-TAI TEAM MEMBER: CHEN KAI HO JR-YUAN


B

Middle district of Taichung is a city full of memory and ruins. Residents here are mostly the elderly and children. Although this town seems to be ababdoned by the government, lots of famous century-old shops are still in business now, and lots of valuable old buildings still remains. The problem is, how to take people into these places that are not easy to reach. Taichung government plans to build a new transportation hub in this area, which connects train, MRT and BRT. This is an oppurtunity for middle district to draw in new crowd, like tourist or employees, thus create more job oppurtunities and revive certain area. To do that, we create a megastructure which is inspired by mechanism. After the passengers get off the vehicle, they will be transported deeper into the town. Each program of the building stands for one cogwheel, the movement between them introduces people into the heart of city, where most precious assets can be found.


TAICHUNG TRANSPORTATION HUB


38°N

NAK


KOREAN DMZ UNDERGROUND BATHHOUSE

KED LIFE IN DISGUISE ARCH OUT LOUD BORDERS COMPETITON

TOP 50 FINALIST YEAR: 2017 PROPOSITION: KOREAN DMZ UNDERGROUND BATHHOUSE HOST: ARCH OUT LOUD TEAM MEMBER: LIANG YUN-CHU WU BO-CHEN

This project delineate a bottom-up reflection for pilgrimage towards the concept of “naked life” in the futuristic bathhouse city located at the borders of two Korea. We propose that in the near future, this unorthodox bathhouse city becomes a new front in propaganda warfare. Amidst unsoothing tensions, we seek to explore possibilities for visitors of this city to unshackle the ever-present political pressure that may undermine the pursuit of freedom and equality. Within this premise, the design of boiler rooms and flues are intentionally enlarged to serve as camouflage, protecting its innocent visitors and, ultimately, the ideology of “naked life”.


THE RIDGE


BEGINNING

PROPAGANDA WARFARE

CAN'T BREATHE

ESCAPE (NAKED LIFE)

The concept of “Naked life” is built around the ideal that life can be fulfilled without the confinements of nationality, class, race or gender. In the near future, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the Republic of Korea unprecedentedly agreed to partly lift passage restrictions along the well-fortified de-militarized zone (DMZ) to the people of both sides, beginning with the establishment of a new bathhouse city within the DMZ, right over the two nations’ border, which serves as a message of peace between the two nations and to the world. While this city, along with all its enjoyments, were greatly anticipated by all sides, its visitors soon realized that the sense of “true nakedness” was not as achievable as originally seemed. Soon after the establishment of bathhouses, the cityscape and its internal architecture were quickly recruited by both nations to serve as a new battleground for propaganda warfare; large banners and fancy digital billboards were erected ubiquitously, with South Korea showing off their charms in the entertainment industry, broadcasting footage from well-known actors, soap operas, to reality shows, while North Korea sent “chosen visitors” that are apparently more masculine and healthy. Both sides were eager to make their adversary succumb to their unorthodox tactics, although they weren’t even on the same page. Under such peculiar circumstance, people become ghosts in limbo; they don’t really belong to either side, and were far from being relaxed in a “originally relaxing design”.

This is where architects gets involved. We had foreseen this eventuality, and the solution we sought is to create cracks within the city architecture itself so that “free” spaces can be exploited. We use boiler rooms and flues as camouflage, hiding the real bathhouse in the shadows. The flues are designed to be larger than necessary, so people can install winding staircases and reinvent the flues as vertical passages that leads to true private bathhouses.This procedure is totally bottom-up, so government intervention can be kept to a minimum. This way, these private bathhouses are more human-scaled and exclusive, which opens up new opportunities for conversation, and thus create a new chance for people to find their naked life without shackles. No matter where do you come from, in here you can really be free.

POU CHEN CREATIVE PARK


POU CHEN CREATIVE PARK COMPETITION

THIRD PLACE

POU CHEN CREATIVE PARK

THE RIDGE

YEAR: 2016 PROPOSITION: POU CHEN CREATIVE PARK HOST: POU CHEN ENTERPRISE ADVISOR: TIEN LING TEAM MEMBER: LIU WEI-TING TSAI CHEN-LIN YIN TING ZHAN CHEN-HSING


屋 頂 運 動 步道

屋頂

二樓連通空橋 人員辦公空間 閱 覽 空 間 學 習 空 間 會 議 中 心

作品展示空間

二樓

3D列印中心

測試檢驗中心 PDM研發室

人員辦公空間

多 功 能 區 數

休 憩 餐 廳

一樓

創意發想空間 作品展示空間 接 待 大 廳

人員辦公空間

後 景 觀 水 池

棒 籃

場 上 下 貨 區

概 念 試 作 區 上 下 貨 區 一 期 入 口

前 景 觀 水 池

大 廳 入 口

主 要 入 口

THE RIDGE

地面


Re-thinking the meaning of industry in the future. Pou Chen enterprise is a world famous shoe manufacturer in Taiwan. In order to improve the quality of their products and their working environment, they decided to erect a new creative park in Nantou. Our idea is to imply the concept of industry 4.0, that customers can play a part in manufacturing procedures. The creative park is opened in many ways, such as a opened factory connecting to open areas. Open areas play important part in this case, they are not only for playgrounds that provide customers to test their shoes, but also a venue for exhibiton, for instance, maker's fair. Manufacturing procedures becomes a performance for customers, and they can purchase customized product in sales center. The contour of the floating roof simulates the shape of local landscapes, which is also the biggest green roofing in Taiwan. With the structure of mega-column, the roof stands for a new horizon in the park. People can climb up the roof trail and enjoy the beautiful sight of Nantou. Although this is a industrial park, we want to weaken the existance of factory, and put customers into first priority.

POU CHEN CREATIVE PARK


THE RIDGE


POU CHEN CREATIVE PARK


THE RIDGE


POU CHEN CREATIVE PARK


YEAR: 2017 HOST: UCL BARTLETT DESIGN COMPUTATION LAB NUU DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE ADVISOR: MOLLIE CLAYPOOL MANUEL JIMENEZ GARCIA GILLES RESTIN VICENTE SOLER

UCL X NUU WORKSHOP

DISCRETE EXPRESSION

RE-THINKING ARCHITECTURAL SPACE THROUGH COMPUTATIONAL ORNAMENTS DISCRETE EXPRESSION : RE-THINKING ARCHITECTURAL SPACE THROUGH COMPUTATIONAL ORNAMENTS


An interactive installation was built in three days workshop, which was held by NUU and UCL Bartlett design computation lab. In these three days, we built an interacive installation which sensored movements of people and responded with lights went on. It was done by mutiple technics, such as operating robotic arms, fabricating sensors, using processing, grasshopper, zbrush and keyshot. These techinics not only expand my horizon of computation design method, it also enables me to do further study of interactive design. For example, it can put in use in my thesis design, which was a installation that tells the story of babel tower, and turn it into a interactive performance.

UCL X NUU WORKSHOP


YEAR: 2016TYPE: UNDER CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PROPOSITION: LU'S FAMILY HOUSE HOST: JASON-ARC DESIGN COMPANY ADVISOR: JASON CHANG · EDDY CHANG

MEMORY REBUILD MEMORY REBUILD


After I graduate from school of architecture, I want to do something for my family. My family lives in a house which is 20 years old. My parents are getting old, and they want to renovate the house to fix the problem of wall mold and install an elevator. Moreover, they want to consider me and my brother's future family. So I cooperate with two architects to design our new home. Not only interior, but the entire bulding is re-designed and reconstruct. We removed some floors and install bridges connecting elavator and rooms, thus create bigger space for living room. Moreover, a void was designed in the center of the house, which is the piano room. Therefore my parents can hear my brother and my sister playing piano from their room. This project is still under construction, it will be done by winter, 2017.

PRACTICAL PROJECT


COMPAIGN HEADQUATER

CITIZEN SALON CITIZEN SALON

YEAR: 2015 TYPE: FINISHED INTERIOR DESIGN PROPOSITION: CAMPAIGN HEADQUATERS HOST: LEGISTOR HUNG TZI-YUNG TEAM MEMBER: PENG HSING-WEN LIU WEI-TING LIANG YUN-CHU


To design a legistor's compaign headquater, we want to design a space that is opened to all citizens. Hung Tzi-Yung is a very young legistor in Taiwan, whose brother was accidently killed during his military sevice. Her main ideology of politic is to open up new channel of communication. We were luckily chosen to do interior design for her compaign headquaters. Our concept is to create a citizen salon that is opened to all citizens. In order to achieve that, we removed the windows and doors of the building, then put in an installation, windows of citizens, which is also a bulletin board. People can walk inside and post whatever they want to say on the window. In another word, citizens can receive more information from it, like opening up the windows and seeing outside the world.

LEGISTOR HUNG TZI-YUNG'S COMPAIGN HEADQUATER


THU GRADUATION SPECIAL ISSUE

"99"

YEAR: 2016 TYPE: PUBLICATION DESIGN PUBLISHER: GARDEN CITY PUBLISHERS COMPANY TEAM MEMBER: HUANG YUN-CHI PENG HSING-WEN LIANG YUN-CHU

"99"


99 is the title of our yearbook, which stands for the start year of our class. This year book has two context: one contains every student's thesis design from our class, the other is the documentation of our graduation exhibition which was held in a old building in middle district, Taichung. Two contexts are equally important, so we designed it in folding format. Therefore, readers can read it from both ends. While it is folded, it's a extremely simple publication that doesn't have any label on it, a pure 20cm X 20cm X 4cm volume. But it is also a 5000cm X 20cm big paper when unfolded, which means this yearbook is made of one long paper.

THU GRADUATION SPECIAL ISSUE


"99" PRESENTATION "99"

YEAR: 2016 TYPE: CURATION ADVISOR: TIEN LING TEAM MEMBER: PENG HSING-WEN


To Present our yearbook, we decided to unfold it. "99" THU Graduation Special Issue is 5000 cm while unfolded, which is as long as 5 buses, a 17-story-building or 2 adult blue whale. To maximize our concept of yearbook, we found a place in middle district, Taichung, where is big enough to unfold the book. We hung the unfolding book in the air that was as high as the line of sight height, so readers can enjoy a uninterrupted reading experience. After the reader walk through the exhibition, they finished reading the year as well. We also held a event that invited 20 people to read one book simultaneously, "99" is more than a book, it's also an installation.

"99" PRESENTATION


YEAR: 2016 TYPE: ART PROJECT TEAM MEMBER: PENG HSING-WEN PILLS OF NOSTALGIA

PILLS OF NOSTALGIA


The pills are made of this generation's common memory. A workshop opened to graduate students was held for this project. We asked participants to bring several items and write about their memory connected to them, then describe the relation between the items and the space where they were placed. Thus items can be easily categorized into different types, each type is a residential space, such as bedrooms, garage or study. Moreover, a mapping of our memory that is possessed by all of us can be dicovered. We found a hydraulic press and turn these assorted items into condensed pills, or high-density nostalgia. We can be connected by these pills, no matter who the materials belong to.

ART PROJECT


A PEEK INTO FILM INDUSTRY A PEEK INTO FILM INDUSTRY

TYPE: FILM PROJECT ASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR YEAR: 2012-2014


Being an audience is not enough, I want to play a part. I formed a movie club in school of architecure. We seen a movie every week and sometimes we invite teachers from film school to discuss the movie with us. I soon realized that I want to take a look inside film industry and unveil the magic behind the scene. I worked as assitant art director for Uniqlo Shanghai during summer vacation, and work on a TV advertising film which will be display in Shanghai. Two years later, I worked as art director for Taiwan Hakka TV. The film is much longer than TV commercial, so I worked with a larger crew and was in charge of more important jobs. Although it was only a short period, but I experience the world that is totally different from architecture school.

FILM PROJECT


SONG WE COVERED: Beautiful Ones_ Suede Come Home_ Placebo Here Comes Your Man_ Pixies Karma Police_ Radiohead Love Song On The Radio_ Mojave 3 One Day_ The Strokes Pink Rabbit_ The National Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want - The Smith Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks_ The National When The Sun Hits_ Slowdive

TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL

YEAR: 2014 - 2016 TYPE: BAND EXPERIENCE POSITION: DRUMS & KEYBOARD


"Music makers, they are dreamers of dreams." During our limited leisure times between classes, we group a band to pay tribute to artists we love, such as Radiohead, Placebo, Pixies, The strokes, Slowdive, Suede, The smith and The National. I played drums and keyboard. Besides playing in a band, I served as band director for student association of architecture . Once there is any event, for example, christmas party, I invited not only bands in our school to play on stage, but also famous indie bands and DJs to rock the house. Gradually we gained reputation that parties we held are as great as a music festival. I played instuments on stage and also got in touch of indie music industry, which was a really good experience for me to dedicate my love to music.

BAND EXPERIENCE


Lu Te Hsing / Porfolio 2012-2017  
Lu Te Hsing / Porfolio 2012-2017  
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