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PORTFOLIO OF YIFAN WANG LANDSCAPE AS A FUNCTIONING CONTEXT


PREFACE

CONTENTS STAGE

Landscape is a dynamic component of abundant factors within the domain of location, culture and nature. Based on this, I set my design works into functioning programs, distributing from urban districts to nature habitats aiming at reinterpretate the daily living spaces. More specifically, I let my landscape design works become the functioning

FUNCTIONING CONTEXT

context. It mainly contains two parts: a strict design logic leads from issues to spaces and a stage for human activities. All design works in this portfolio are planned to fix current problems with landscape protocol and representation of a powerful, guided space order.

LOGIC

1. FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR STATION LANDFORM REINTERPRETATION

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2. LIBO BEER FACTORY LANDSCAPE RENOVATION

11-18

3. HONGKOU FOOTBALL STADIUM URBAN AXIS

19-26

4. RESILIENT LOOP IN SURABAYA COASTLINE

27-33

5. OTHER WORKS

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WHOLE SITE FILLED WITH TANKS AND CONTAINERS 3,519 CONTAINERS OF RADIOACTIVE SLUDGE 220 ACRES OF DEFORESTED LAND WITH CONTAMINATED PLANTS

1.FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR STATION LANDFORM REINTERPRETATION

35,000,000 GALLONS OF CONTAMINATED SOIL 962,000 TONS OF CONTAMINATED WATER, 400 TONS PER DAY PRODUCE ENOURMOUS CONTAMINATED WASTES After the crisis, TEPCO has always been working hard to clean out the dangerous contaminated wastes filling the whole power station

ACADEMIC WORK INDIVIDUAL WORK SITE LOCATION: FUTABA, FUKUSHIMA, JAPAN DESIGN AREA: 596,639.636 SQUARE METER DESIGN DATE: 10/2017 INSTRUCTOR: YI WU

The fukushima nuclear power plant disaster is considered as a thrilling crisis towards modern japan, which resulted in tepco(tokyo electric power comapny)’s constant cleaning works in order to restore the site’s environment. Consequently, many contaminated water and wastes were stored in tanks and con-

SCALE COMPARISION Within a 5km radius region, the most affected zone is just same area as the central block in Tokyo, and the center of radiation zone has a domain same as Tokyo Imperial Palace.

tainers spreading among the site with a huge volume. This is why i chose to cover all the efforts, wounded land and the wastes with a landscape protocol, and use the whole design as a memorial to this accident, recording all memories with topography.

A.TANKS

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B.CONTAINERS

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PROCESS OF NARRATIVE LANDFORM

DESIGN PROCEDURE

I. COVER THE TANKS AND CONTAINERS

A. HRAMONY

EFFORTS TO RESIST WATER INTAKE

Cover the site with main triangles as a base

PUMP UP UNDERGROUND WATER

RESIST SEA WATER PENETRATION

C. EXPLOSION

GROUND FLOW CONTROLED BY BARRIER

B. TSUNAMI

topography order, set three

II. GUIDE THE SPACE

RESIST GROUND PENETRATION GROUND WATER CONTROL

FROZEN WALL RESIST PENETRATION

COVERING ROOF DEFENDS TSUNAMI

UNDERGROUND WATER CONTROL

SEAWATER CONTROL

shape the space, formulate the atmosphere

D. RESULT

Use smaller triangles to

E. MEMORIAL

THE PRODUCTION OF WASTES AND THE AIMED RESTORATION OF ENVIRONMENT

SEAWATER

STORING

COOLING WATER

PURIFYING

STORING

PURIFIED WATER IN

(WITH ANALYSIS)

TANKS

C D

III. MAKE UP THE ROUTE

B

Let the main route making up story boards as a main BURY IT!!!

RESTORED NATURE?

A

circulation for tourism

E

All the contaminated wastes need more than 100 years to be CONTAMINATED SOLID WASTES

PACKING

STORING IN CONTAINERS

harmless to nature F

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F. HOPE

RAINFALL

PUMPING UP

TIMELINE

CONTAMINATED WATER FROM THE UNIT

STORY BOARD

CONCEPT

SECTION

TOPOGRAPHY

All story followed the

Use notation to simplify

Bond the stage with

Formulate specific

disaster happening

every stage

earth and people

space form

order

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OPERATION PHASING

MASTER PLAN OF NARRATIVE LANDFORM

PHASE I (2017)

PHASE II (2017-2025)

PHASE III (2025-2040)

PHASE IV (2040-FUTURE)

Set the main roads crossing the

Built the underground road to

Set structures at special land-

Whole routine as an exploring

topography

see the covered wastes

scape nodes

way of narration

Cover the original contaminated

Shape the space with smaller

Use the whole slope as a memo-

Topography replaces the tanks

wastes with topography base

topography

rial meadow land

and containers

Cover the main topography base

Use local trees to guide the

Plant more local trees to form the

New planted trees renovate the

with meadow

space along main roads

space along topography edges

site to a natural space

Reduce radiation through special

Continue the management work

Complete the processing of debris

The future administration area

water management facilities

and demolishment of nuclear units

removal and reassemble local

for TEPCO workers locates

nuclear waste cleaning facilities.

around the topography

ROUTINE

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3 5

TOPOGRAPHY

2 6 1 VEGETATION

SECTION INDICATING COVERED WASTE

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1.

ENTRANCE

2.

VAST SCENERY SLOPE

3.

TSUNAMI VALLEY

4.

EXPLOSION VIEWING DECK

5.

SQUARE SINK

6.

MEMORIAL VALLEY

7.

FUTURE HOPE DECK

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SITE MODEL

DECOMMISION WORK

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THE PASTďźŒTHE PRESENT, THE FUTURE 1971-2009

2010

2011-2018

FUTURE

First commissioned in 1971, the plant consists of six boiling water reactors.

The March 2011 disaster

TEPCO has taken great efforts in radiation

With a whole topography specially designed to cover the wastes, this place will be a significant memorial for visitors. Whenever they

These light water reactors drove electrical generators with a combined power of

disabled the reactor cooling

control, including water management, unit

walk pass by the planned routines like an exploration through the land, it would remind them of how thrilling the disaster is and never

4.7 GWe, making Fukushima Daiichi one of the 15 largest nuclear power stations

systems, leading to releases

demolishment and solid wastes management,

replay the past

in the world.

of radioactivity and trigger-

causing a great amout of containers and tanks

ing a 30 km evacuation zone

filling up the whole site

surrounding the plant

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SCENERY AT THE BEGINNING

LOOK BACK TO THE CRISIS

With no nuclear crisis debris to see, only a

Out from the underground route, then step into

huge slope with scenic planting

the memorial lands with the unit hanging at the background

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ODYSSEY FOR THE COVERED LAND

A SILENT MONUMENT

Only by the way crossing under the ground could

When local people take ships crossing by the site,

the wounds of crisis be seen

this land may remind them of the crisis

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CURRENT CONDITION OF LIBO BEER FACTORY DISTRICT

CHIMNEY

2.LIBO BEER FACTORY LANDSCAPE RENOVATION

FERMENTER

CITY ROAD

INACCESSIBLE AREA

CITY ROAD MANUFACTURING WORKSHOP

SUROROUNDED BY RESIDENTIAL UNITS INDUSTRIAL AREA: 41,827.43 m²

FERMENT WORKSHOP

SITE AREA OCCUPIED WITH STRUCTURES STRUCTURES OCCUPIED AREA: 8,493.34 m²

WHOLE SITE INACCESSIBLE FOR ACTIVITIES SURROUNDING SPACE OF ACTIVITIES: 15339m²

ACADEMIC WORK INDIVIDUAL WORK

Only 5% of this district belong to industrial area, main part of

The site is occupied by industrial structures most, with spe-

Surrounding area lacks of public open space for local resi-

SITE LOCATION: MINHANG, SHANGHAI, CHINA

this place are residential units

cial workshops for beer production

dents, whereas the factory field is abandoned without access

DESIGN AREA: 18,778.22 SQUARE METER DESIGN DATE: 09/2018 INSTRUCTOR: KAIXI LIU

ISSUES OF THE BEER FACTORY RENOVATION

Libo Beer Factory, which is considered as a special memory towards most Shanghai residents, represents the old time, the flavor of local wheats, and the living style of 90s’ Shanghai. Whereas nowadays only the warehouse left behind the Meilong district is a memorial to that time. In this design, I demolish the huge manufacturing building, but keep the special chimney and fermenters as a landscape structure towards this site. Besides, I use pavement design to contact each function zoning in this urban square, and keep the river, industrial heritages and human activities in harmony. Consequently, I make this whole site become an open-air bar zone to memory the Libo Beer as a mundane activity field.

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Demolishment and transportation

Industrial sturctures is hard for work-

Local residents doing sports under the

could cause enourmous noise

ers to demolish

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CONCEPT OF THE FLOWING LANDSCAPE

STUDY MODEL PHOTOS

LIBO BEER FACTORY BEFORE & AFTER

RIVER OPEN TO RESIDENTIAL UNITS

OPEN TO RESIDENTIAL UNITS

CITY ROAD

STEP ONE: OPEN FORMER FACTORY WALLS Open former factory walls to local residents, make

PERSPECTIVE FROM THE CITY ROAD

PERSPECTIVE FROM THE RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT

whole site accessible

RIVER-SIDE FLOW

URBAN FLOW

RESIDENTIAL FLOW

STEP TWO: INLET THE FLOW OF SPACE Three flows represent the major space character, which guide the people circulation

AERIAL VIEW A

DIG IN

PULL UP

STEP THREE. FORM THE LAND Dig into the ground around chimney to make a stage space, and pull up ground to shape mountains

URBAN STAGE

RIVERSIDE STAGE

SPORTS FIELD

NATURE FIELD

STEP FOUR: USE SUB-FLOW TO CONNECT DIFFERNET SPACES Each field is connected by flows, and the ground covers demolishment wastes of the factory 13

AERIAL VIEW B 14


MANUFACTURING WORKSHOP TRANSFORMATION

Original workshop with chimney

LIBO BEER FACTORY LANDSCAPE SQUARE PLAN

Demolishment of building

Set LED screen to cover the chimeny

Chimeny space become a sunken stage

FERMENT WORKSHOP TRANSFORMATION

1 4

Original workshop with fermenters

LAND TRANSFORMATION

Demolishment of building, keep

Use back space as an open-air beer

Make up a local amusement field with

half of the fermenters

bar

both landform and bar

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2

3 Original topography

Bury demolishment wastes

Use pavement to cover the ground

Pull up topography to shape the land

BOTTLE TRANSFORMATION

Original beer bottles 15

Combine with gabions

Combine with pavement

Combine with bench

1.

CHIMNEY URBAN STAGE

2.

RESIDENTIAL SPORTS FIELD

3.

RESIDENTIAL RUNNING LANES

4.

RIVER-SIDE STAGE

5.

OPEN AIR BAR

6.

NATURE RELAXING FIELD 16


THE CLEMENT STAGE

THE CROSSING LANDFORM From the residential perspective this warehouse is

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With an led screen on the clement, this stage

rebuilt into a public space for daily transportation,

could be used for band live, movies or other com-

wandering and sports, with only bottle furnitures

munity parties

to be seen

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LOCATION OF HONGKOU DISTRICT

CURRENT STATE OF HONGKOU FOOTBALL STADIUM

3.HONGKOU FOOTBALL STADIUM URBAN AXIS

ACADEMIC WORK INDIVIDUAL WORK SITE LOCATION: HONGKOU, SHANGHAI, CHINA DESIGN AREA: 64782.16 SQUARE METER DESIGN DATE: 05/2016 INSTRUCTOR: KAIXI LIU

Chinese urban development triggered shanghai construction in the late 90s. The hongkou stadium urban district, which i chose as the study case, has become an invisible center. To some extents, it atracts enourmous amout of people crossing, but with the apperance with disorder and chaos in circulation. This design specially aims at placing order through urban design protocol. The axis could guide people and urban spaces with its own organism as a metropolis landscape. This urban landscape design work is a statement of space order, an intense respond to urban construction.

The site is located in the downtown of Shang-

2 EXPRESS WAY

118000 RESIDENTS

30,000 VISITORS TO

hai. Disordered circulation, large amout of pop-

2 METRO STATION

108 COMPANIES

THE PARK

ulation and diverse activities are main charac-

27 BUS STATION

1 STADIUM

50,000 CUSTOMERS

teristics of this area.

74,000 COMMUTERS

1 SHOPPING MALL

TO THE MALL PER

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DAY 20


EXISTING PROBLEMS

URBAN STRATEGY OF THE AXIS

COMMUNITY

RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY TRANSPORTATION CENTER

STADIUM

URBAN OPEN SPACE

MALL STATION

ACTIVITY ZONE

PARK

SQUARE

1. Modifying the site with the axis

2. Use vertical axises connecting neighbor

3. Horizontal and vertical spaces make a

crossing four different zones

zones

whole urban system

OPERATION FRAMEWORK

STEP 1: RESIDENTIAL MARKETING INVIGORATE

STEP 2: USE OVERPASSING SYSTEM TO CONNECT

STEP 3: OPEN CITY SQUARE TO ENLARGE CENTRAL

PEOPLE

ZONES

AREA CAPACITY

STEP 4: ACTIVITIES REDEFINED AROUND THE AXIS

OPERATION ZONING COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES VARIOUS SPORTS TO REINVIGORATE SEPERATED AREAS VIADUCT SURFACE MOVE ORIGINAL RESTUARANTS TO THE BELOW OF STADIUM RESIDENTIAL MARKETING COMBINED WITH THE MALL REORGANIZE CIRCULATION THROUGH

1. AREAS DIVIDED BY WALLS

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2. INEFFICENT TRANSPORTATION

3. POOR VISITORS CAPACITY IN

4. BORDERS ISOLATE PEOPLE AC-

EXCHANGE

PUBLIC SPACES

TIVITIES

Walls make different zones isolated

Lack of efficient route to main trans-

2400 sq.m. open space has to contain

Different sports are seperated by fenc-

form each other

poration center

more than 33,000 people when there is

es and trees, forming single sporting

an event in the stadium

zone

INFRASTRUCTURES SHOPPING MALL

RESIDENTIAL CONNECTING ZONE

REORGANIZED TRANSPORTATION ZONE

CIVIC OPEN PLAZA ZONE

DIVERESE SPORTS ZONE 22


URBAN AXIS PLAN

1.

RESIDENTIAL AMUSEMENT FIELD

2.

TRANSPORTATION CENTER

3.

SPORTS FIELD

4.

CITY OPEN SQUARE

5.

LAKE

6.

STADUM ENTRANCE

7.

PARK ENTRANCE

2 6

1

7 MASTER PLAN 5 3

4

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AXIS FUNCTIONING SCENES

RESIDENTIAL AMUSEMENT FIELD

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EFFICIENT URBAN TRANSPORTATION COMPLEX

URBAN PLAZA COMBINED WITH SPORTS FIELD

GREEN SPACE HYBRID WITH ACTIVITIES

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4.RESILIENT LOOP IN SURABAYA COASTLINE

ACADEMIC WORK TEAM STUDY, TEAM LEADER, INDIVIDUAL DESIGN SITE LOCATION: SURABAYA, JAVA, INDONESIA DESIGN AREA: 707869.61 square meter DESIGN DATE: 09/2016 INSTRUCTOR: JINTAO WANG

With the marine threats rising, indonesia coastline is endangered due to ecosystem detoried. Whereas through our investigation, the local developing mode has followed an infinite passive loop due to its economy requirments, under which condition that the city will soon break down. We found the nature process of coastline ecosystem could be combined with human activities with biomass by abundant paper studies. And set this working frame to the port site as a background system to renovate the urban coastline, which would be a harmonious balance between human and nature.

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A NEGATIVE DEAD LOOP REFLECTED BY DATA

DESIGN OF THE RESILIENT INFINITE LOOP

Swamp

Grasslands

Settlements

Fresh water Fish Pond

Salt water Fish Pond

FORMER NEGATIVE INFINITE LOOP LOCATEING IN PORT

NEW DESIGNED INFINITE POSITIVE LOOP

200000 150000 100000 50000

AQUACULTURE WITH 1954

1959

1985

1994

2003

2006

PORT CONSTRUCTION

Population

2800

COASTLINE FOREST

MORE LAND REQUIRE-

DECREASING

MENTS

2600

BIOMASS INDUSTRY

WORKS INCREASING

BIOMASS PRODUCTS

BETTER URBAN

LESS POLLUTION

DEVELOPMENT

2400 2200

POPULATION GROWING WITH

INCRESING

MANGROVE

0

SEDIMENT EXCHANGE IN COASTLINE SYSTEM

AQUACULTURE CAPACITY

1990

1995

2000

2005

AQUACULTURE LAND

AQUACULTURE LAND

INCREASING

INCREASING

POPULATION GROWTH

2010

NEW FORESHORE DEVEL-

BETTER ENVIRONMENT

OPMENT WITH COAST-

FOR TOURISM

RESILIENT COASTLINE BUILTUP AREA

LINE ECOSYSTEM

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PLAN OF RESILENT COASTLINE OF SURABAYA PORT

PRECIPITATION

EMITTED OXYCARBIDE

TRANSPIRATION

3

PURIFIED BY PHOTOSYNTHESIS RAINFALL

COASTLINE PLANTS

3

HUMAN ACTIVITIES

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SEA

2 ABSORB

DESALINATION

SURFACE RUNOFF &RIVER

ORGANIC MATTER DEPOSITION

1

SEPERATE

With the study of coastline sediment exchange, it’s easily to see that all human activities, planting and other animals are significant factors

SEPERATE

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NUTRIENTS

4

SEDIMENTS

6

1.

BIOMASS FACTORY

2.

FILTER ZONE

3.

NEW PORT

4.

MANGROVE AQUACULTURE ZONE

5.

MARINE PARK

6.

SURABAYA CIVIC PARK

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OPERATION PHASES TO BUILT UP A LOOP

RESILIENT COASTLINE PROGRAMMING STRUCTURE PHASE 0 (ORIGINAL)

PHASE 1

PHASE 2

PHASE 3

LANDWARD ZONE

WAVE-ATTENUATING

WITH FORMER DIKE

FORESHORE

SEA

URBAN SEDIMENT

SEDIMENT EXCHANGE

OCEAN WAVES WITH

SHIELD

SEDIMENTS

ESTUARY FILTER ZONE

BIOMASS FLOW

BIOMASS FACTORY

ESTUARY

DIKE

ECO-DIKE RIGID DIKE

INSTALLATION OF ECO-DIKE

FORM A BIOMASS SURFACE

MIXTURE DIKE RESIST OCEANIC THREAT

ORDINARY FACTORY

BUILD THE BIOMASS FACTORY

BIOMASS PRODUCTS

ECONOMICAL BENEFITS TO URBAN DEVELOPMENT

BUILT-UP AREA P

APPR. 100M PRESSURE BALANCE

AQUACULTURE

1. ZONING OF RESILIENT COASTLINE

OVER FISHING

HYBRID FISHING WITH MANGROVE

BETTER PRODUCTION

ECONOMICAL BENEFITS OF TOURISM

BIOMASS PRODUCTION

SEDIMENT DEPOSITION

2. MATERIAL EXCHANGE BUFFER

3. ECO-HABITAT AND BIOMASS INDUSTRY

Different zones were set in the coastline and the new

There will be more buffer area fore material exchange in buffer

The habitat in foreshore area will offer great ecological ways for

foreshore developement area is used as buffer zone

zone which help keeping coastline sediment pressure in balance

balance of erosion and deposition

A. ESTUARY FILTER DESIGN

B. ECO-DIKE BLOCK DESIGN

ESTUARY

BIOMASS BRICK TIDAL POOLS

SITE BIOMASS FLOW

WASTE WATER

INSTALL FILTERS

FILTER ZONE FILLED WITH BIOMASS

RHYOLITE MULTIPOROUS BRICK

PURIFIED WATER FOR TOURISM CORAL

PROVIDE BIOMASS

BIOMASS BRICK

PROVIDE BIOMASS SEAWEED

MEAN HIGH SEA LEVEL MEAN LOW SEA LEVEL

AQUACULTURE PROVIDE BIOMASS

Eco-dike block is a new designed basement FISH Filters in the estuary could be used to purify water from city river by a ecological mean, and make the continual sediment exchange keep in

block for offshore developement, and keep balance of nature exchange process

balance which in turn help to renovate the underwater environment

MULTIPOROUS BRICK Local building materials can be used in this block construction

BIOMASS FACTORY

B. ECO-DIKE

RHYOLITE ROCK

AVERAGE SEA LEVEL

A. FILTER-ZONE

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1. REDUCE OCEAN WAVE

2. ABSORB&DEPOSITION

3. TAKE BIOMASS PERIODLY

4. BETTER ESTUARY

Filters and seaweeds creat a buffer

Marine creatures can absorb sedi-

With the creatures’ amount growing, people

With frequent sediment exchange and

Foods for birds in tidal ponds, and

MEAN LOW SEA LEVEL

Marine species thriving on the sur-

MEAN HIGH SEA LEVEL

zone for estuary species

ments for thriving

can take part of them for biomass industry

species iteration, the environment is better

underwater species grow up

face of eco-dike

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COASTLINE ECOSYSTEM ZONING

AQUACULUTURE ZONE

OTHER WORKS

TOURISM ZONE

NATURE RESERVE ZONE

Aquaculture could be made up with coastline mangrove

Among the coastline reviving zone there could be natural scener-

Human activities should be controled in the most fringing

forests, which in return provides the nutrients for fish

ies for sightseeing, and consequently stimulates local economy

zone, so that the detoried nature balance could be restored

growing

COASTLINE ECOSYSTEM PLANTING SPECISE

LANDWARD ZONE

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INTERMEDIATE ZONE

THE ART, PHOTOGRAPHY, 05/2014

TRADITIONAL GARDENS OF SURVEYING AND GARDENING, 07/2017

PRAY, PHOTOGRAPHY, 10/2016

PLACE AND SCENE DESIGN SKETCH, MARKER, 09/2014

FRINGING ZONE

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