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PORTFOLIO CHUHAN ZHOU M S A Columbia

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2016-2017 Selected Works


Remap Waiting Time New Ferry Terminal and Community Center, Red Hook, NYC Columbia GSAPP Advanced Architecture Design Studio Critic Laurie Hawkinson Individual Work / 2017 Spring Could time in a terminal space be deconstructed and rearranged? Waiting time doesn’t have to be Empty time. Waiting could be eating, reading, playing or learning.

The community could spend their waiting time engaging in various activities in a ferry terminal. The terminal could be a nexus for transportation and cultural exchange.


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Time Investment: Time Deconstructed in a Terminal Space

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Observed Water Levels, The Battery NY

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Time Rearrangment: Ferry Schedual +Tide Change + Time Investment

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Red Hook Site


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Interim Urbanism Habitation of Immigrant Workers In The City, Rooselvelt Island, NYC Columbia GSAPP Advanced Architecture Design Studio Critic Nahyun Hwang & David Eugin Moon / Partner Yifei Wu / 2016 Fall The studio considered the architecture of the stay, a working term that acknowledges the underexplored concept of a genre of architecture and urbanism that describes a spectrum of temporary habitation in all of its forms and intricacies. From the makeshift homes of refugees to the fragile autonomy of homeless Tent Cities, permanence and belonging are

suspended and pursued at once. Sometimes as fortressed as the “commune of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel or as fleeting as the instant families found at the shared kitchens of WeLive or Common, the spaces of the stay are often disposable, yet necessary utopias. The stay is interior urbanism and state monumentalism. The stay is “in the meantime.”


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Working of Immigrant Worker in NYC


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Trump World Tower

Four Freedoms Park

Pepsi Sign

United Nations Headquarters

Urban Integration Though the island is rather isolated to the surroundings at present, it gradually develops to a more open and accessible area in NYC. As commonly demanded, the bridge will act as a connection for the island with the city. A simple linear and straight form in geometry as “horizontal skyscraper” has been chosen to better declare its “monumental” identity.


An assembly line worker fabricates parts and joins them together to construct products like aircrafts, automobiles, electronics and household appliances. Some assemblers specialize in a particular part,

Skills NY . The program train residents vital basic skills of the construction industry.They are then given job placement with

market. As they grow and gain experience, they become even more valuable members of society and can continue to move up in the world.

DESIGN PROCURE

SUPPLY CHAIN

tech.cornell.edu/jacobs-tech-cornell-institute/overview

Connective Media - Focuses on the technology driving digital media, as well as the psychological, social and business forces at play in today’s connected media. Health Tech - Emphasizes individual healthcare technology to promote healthier living. Aims to create better healthcare information systems, mobile healthcare applications and medical devices for medical monitoring.

High- Tech Laboratory Innovation

Cornell's NYC Tech Campus

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The Institute is a place for experimentation on campus, where traditional institutional boundaries disappear. That leads to academic programs focused on domains of economic need, or “hubs,” instead of disciplines; a postdoctoral program aimed at turning research into startup companies; and the introduction of commercial models for the monetization of intellectual property (IP) to drive university innovation.

Living “Bridge” For immigrant worker

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Urban Silviculture Research

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Juxtaposing With Cornell Campus The phase two of the Cornell campus, known as the “Interim Landscape”, will not start its construction until 2030. It is a suitable place to be temporarily used for immigrant worker’s settlement, where is more “visible” to the public and act more as infrastructure to benefit the city. Roof top is a green space open to the public not only as a walkway but also a garden.

Cornell has a long history in Agriculture and it has a department researching Sivilculture in NYC. Immigrant workers could work on the roof top for test-field and gain experience. It is a great chance for the Cornell and workers to exchange know-how, as one is related to hi-tech industry while another is more related to hands-on work.


Social involvement Not like Queensboro Bridge next to the project, the building has several touch down places besides the two ends, which provides people with more possibilities to explore the island and the bridge. In this way, although the Cornell campus is relatively private, the island is still open to the city in an active way. The

involvement of the public is achieved not only by the programs, but also through the design of landscape. Diverse activities could happen under the “Big Void� of the bridge, where is the terraced lawn and also acting as an amphitheater.


Stacking Layers Three habitation layers: Single bedroom, family apartment, self-business studio meet the demand of immigrants with different condition. Industry: Newly immigrants could settle down better if job opportunities requiring basic skills are provided. The industry line is also integrated with industrial tourism, providing chances for the public to be involved.

Drive way: to provide basic transportation for the island connecting to the city. In the meantime, it is interesting to combine the drive way with line of production, which both are linear shape. Boarding lanes for vehicles and boarding harbor for ships are provided for transport raw material and products.


Typicla Residential - Industrial Moment


As a proposal of a new "bridge", new scenes established for the new comers, to connect Manhattan, Queens and Roosevelt Island. The visibility of this “Horizontal Bridge� means the immigrant workers are no longer hidden populations. The drawing presents the overview of the whole bridge and five critical moments that constitute of diverse public programs like forum, amphitheater, tram station etc.


Entrance Manhattan

Liftable part Forum Hall

Education Hall Amphitheater


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Entrance BQX tram station


Middle Touchdown Different well designed “Moments” represent distinct attempts to communicate with the surroundings. In the middle part, the simple straight bridge is flying over the Roosevelt Island. At this cross points, something should happen here. “Interim Landscape” as an agent between the bridge and the Cornell campus, is waving in landscape shape, rising

up like trying to touch the bridge or going down responding to the “Big Void” of the bridge. Diverse activities could happen here in the cave of the hill and on the terraced lawn which also act as an amphitheater.


Liftable Bridge In order to fulfill the easy touchdown and more amicable relationship with the river, part of the bridge on the west side is designed to be liftable. It is not a passive design strategy only give way to the clearance required by the ship to go through, but it is truly an opportunity to create an exciting moment. Going up and down in few minutes, the movement itself represent the monumentality, communicating

with the United Nations Headquarters not so far away. The upper level is suitable to become a forum room, a gathering place to hold events and accept voices of immigrant workers living in. In the meantime, the lower industrial level could extend to the river becoming a port for cargo transportation.


Recom - Gas Station Gas Station Design, Chelsea, NYC Columbia GSAPP Advanced Architecture Design Studio Critic Dan Wood & James Wines / Individual Work / 2016 Summer New York City is running out of gas stations. Two of the last downtown gas stations closed last year on Houston Street, leaving only a single station south of 23rd Street. With the advent of electric vehicles and driverless cars, gas stations are also changing – not to mention all of the economic, political, and environmental baggage that the oil industry carries with

it. We will combine the gas station with other programmatic elements, such as parking, a car wash – and public space, imagining that this will be city run and operated in order to counter market forces which are the primary reason for the downtown gas stations’ demise.


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Recomposition of typical gas station Decomposing is the critical thought in this project, to which typical gas station could be viewed as different components joined together. For typical gas station, it includes the components of canopy, columns, a convenience store, pump islands and several gas tanks as well as sign boards and logos. In my transformation, canopy becomes an occupied space not only for sheltering but also for food, water, and green space for the public to share which enrich the programing of gas sta-

tion as an infrastructure in the city. Columns and pumps integrated and becomes the structure core. This enclosure spatialized to include basic services like store and add new ones of vertical circulations and carwash. Tanks are organized in specific area underground. A rain water collecting system can be a good view for dining area on canopy floor and car wash on the ground floor, which importantly acts as a bridge for cars and people sharing in one integrated building.


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Rise and Fall Diamonds Cantonese Fork Art Museum, Guangzhou, China South China University of Technology Critic Tian Ruifeng / Individual Work / 2013.05-2013.07, 8 weeeks When divide a square using another one and transform it to three dimensions, I observe the rise and fall possibilities of the point which become that of the wall. Space logic stems from this form logic.The rise and fall diamonds engender various space including court, entrance, staircase, exhibition room

which guide the visitors' experience. All the diamonds were connected to be a system. It surprisingly responds well to the topography, even bringing about a sense of beauty and daylight.


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Temporal Geometry - Sunlight Study

Light is the origin of all being. Light gives, with each moment, new form to being and new interrelationship to things, and architecture condenses light to its most concise being. The creation of space in architecture is simply the condensation and purification of the power of light. Tadao Ando


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Spiralling School School of Architecture Building, SCUT, Guangzhou South China University of Technology Critic Miao Jun / Individual Work / 2013.03-2013.05, 8 weeeks Educational building requires students to communicate and share their ideas with each other. Particularly, spontaneous communication is most active and liberal, which could share comments and spark inspirations. Obviously, traditional slab system is not an ideal one to support spontaneous communications. Therefore, it is

vital to explore new system, in which circulation increase chances for interactions and connections between functional space and circulation space. The design focus on the spiral long ramp along with short circus to propose the school of architecture building in which students tend to have more spontaneous communication.


Integrated Circulation

Integrated Circulation

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Sharing To Learn Future schools will highlight communication and idea sharing among students. Particularly, spontaneous communication is most active and liberal, which could share comments and spark inspiration. Obviously, traditional slab system is not an ideal one to support spontaneous communications. Therefore, it is vital to explore new system, in which circulation increase chances for interactions and connections between functional space and circulation space. The design focus on the spiral long ramp along with short circus to propose

the school of architecture building in which students tend to have more spontaneous communication. The spiral long ramp encircles the atrium and they share the large space, which provides transparency and easiness to catch sight of others. Besides, the circulation supports convenient accessibility. Therefore, using the circulation, students consciously or unconsciously participate in interactions among different groups of people.


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Vitalization In The Context Revitalization of Daliang Old Town Historic District South China University of Technology Critic Feng Jiang & Francesca Frassoldati Location: Shunde, Foshan, Guangdong, China 2015.03-2015.06, 16 weeeks Team Work Partners: Yi Zhang, Haoyang Wu Contribution: Surveying and Mapping, Concept, Design, Drawings.


Continuous Walking Experience In Diverse Open Space

Mobility Economy

Monumentality


Urban Fabric

Ecology


A Book Store in a Grain Storage Renovation of the Pearl River Beer factory, Guangzhou, China Critic: Yimin Sun, Ping Su South China University of Technology Graduation Work / Individual Work 02/2016-05/2016


Joints To Geometries Material Things Elective Class, NYC Critic Joshua C. Jordan Material Plywood & Silicone Technique CNC Individual Work / 2017 Spring - Transforming traditional joinery to digital one means square corners can’t be cut with CNC router bits. Not hiding this rounded corners, the design intends to display it as decorative detail for the whole geometry. - Exploring the opportunity of casting silicon

becoming part of the joinery beside the CNC wood components, the traditional casting process could be Challenged in a way that the wood components become the mold which is not negative but play an indispensable part in the whole joinery system.


Rounded Corner As Decoration Square corners can’t be cut with cylindrical hiding this rounded corners, the design intends router bits. For many cases, this means joints to display it as decorative detail for the whole need to be designed with rounded corners. Not geometry.


CNC Process

Casting with Silicon Extensive Geometry

Mold As Components Exploring the opportunity of casting silicon becoming part of the joinery beside the CNC wood components, the traditional casting process could be Challenged in a way that the

wood components become the mold as well as the final part of the joinery. As a result, Mold is not treated negative but play an indispensable part in the whole joinery system.


Calligraphy Chair Art of Objects Elective Class, NYC Critic Aaron Berman & Jonathas Valle Material Maple Wood Technique CNC Flip Mill Partner Kevin MacNichol & Naifei Liu/ 2016 Fall The design is inspired by the movement of writing Chinese characters. The different effects (darkness, size) of strokes seem decided by the amount of ink but actually is because of the pressure of the brush and the gesture of holding it, which suggest the writing

motion. The design attempts to find a way to transform the strokes into tangible three-dimensional artwork -a rocking chair. The movement of the chair represents the motion of writing, which provides both functional and conceptual way of reading this art piece.


Renderings In V-ray for Rhino

Illusion Flatware Art of Objects Elective Class, NYC Columbia GSAPP Tech Elective / 3D Print / Critic Aaron Berman & Jonathas Valle / Partner Kevin MacNichol & Naifei Liu/ 2016 Fall CULTURE — Life is moving faster. We accept the banality of most everyday objects. We are lost in the ordinary. FOOD — The food industry is deceptive. We decode the words of colorful packaging, to uncover pernicious additives and genetic modifications. Everything is deception. FLATWARE — The form of each utensil is derived from that of another. The knife looks like a spoon, the fork looks like a knife, and the spoon looks like a fork. The illusion questions the cliches of cutlery, and our choices of what to eat. 3D Print Products


Acrylic Laser Cut Product

Calligraphy Capture Art of Objects Elective Class, NYC Columbia GSAPP Tech Elective / Acrylic Laser Cut / Critic Aaron Berman & Jonathas Valle / Partner Kevin MacNichol & Naifei Liu/ 2016 Fall MOTION — The stroke of a hand as it brushes characters onto paper forms into specific curves and patterns. SPEED — Faster stokes take on more gradual curves, but also more perfect ones. Speed can be witnessed by studying calligraphy, even though the charcter on the paper is static. SATURATION — Not every mark leaves the same about of ink. Brush hairs deposit more or less in depending on their angle, speed, and spread. This results in a rich texture that has a gradient of consistency and density. Moments Capturing


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Chuhan Zhou Portfolio 2011-2017  
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