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Berlin

COUNTRY10 CITY64

Trier Rouen

Luxembourg Paris

Reims Chengde Qinhuangdao

Beijing

Dalian Lyon

Milano

Tianjin

Vicenza

Taiyuan

Venezia

Verona

Shijiazhuang

Lvliang Nice Cannes

Monaco

Qingdao Jincheng

Firenze

Roma

Xi’an

Yongji

Luoyang

Barcelona

Nanjing Suzhou

Wuhan

TIME YEAR

MONTH

SPACE

WEEK

Hongcun Jingdezhen

DAY Taibei

157

SPIRITUAL MUSEUM / GALLERY CHURCH 57 TEMPLE 34 WORLD-HERITAGE 32 THEATRE 12 CINEMA 19 LIBRARY 16 PLAZA 14 PARK 13 PALACE / MANOR / FORTRESS 21 STADIUM 4 TOWER 5 BOTANICAL-GARDEN 5 ZOO 6

Xiamen

ESSENTIAL OFFICE 6 MALL 26 EDUCATION-INSTITUTION 34 RESIDENTIAL 23 HOSTELS / HOTEL 46 GYM 6 FACTORY 2 HOSPITAL 4 CEMETERY 6 HARBOR 8 AIRPORT 18 TRAIN-STATION 36

DIMENSION MOVIE 840+ BOOK 400+

Shanghai

Guangzhou

Sanya

Taizhong


CONTENT Academic works 2015

PROJECT 1

THE CONSERVATION RESEARCH DESIGN OF WUHAN UNIVERSITY HISTORICAL BUILDINGS

01

2015

PROJECT 2

THE OFFICE BUILDING EXPANSION PROJECT OF BRIDGE SCIENCE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (BSRI)

07

2013

PROJECT 3

THE KINDERGARTEN DESIGN IN BRITISH CONSESSION

12

Project 1-3 are related to conservation, renovation and transformation. Highly influenced by surrounding context.

2014

PROJECT 4

THE RURAL HOUSING CLUSTER DESIGN BASED ON COURTYARD+TOURIST ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT MODE

16

2014

PROJECT 5

URBAN DESIGN OF LOTUS LAKE AREA

21

Project 4-5 are designs in large scale. Study on diverse living patterns.

Other works

27

*All drawings in the portfolio are drawn by myself.


01

PROJECT 1 THE CONSERVATION RESEARCH DESIGN OF WUHAN UNIVERSITY HISTORICAL BUILDINGS 03/2015-07/2015, 8th Semester, Academic, Group Work * LOCATION: Wuhan, Hubei, China * PARTNER: Xin Yan * ROLE&CONTRIBUTION: Survey, facades, sections, analysis and design concept * SUPERVISOR: Qiaohui Tong ( qhtong@whu.edu.cn )

DESIGN DESCRIPTION Wuhan University, located at Luojia Hill, with palatial buildings blending the Chinese and Western style is commonly regarded as one of the most beautiful and oldest university in China. The early architecture of Wuhan University(26 buildings in total, 1930-1936), were designed by F. H. Kales (1899–1979), is announced as one of Major Historical and Cultural Site Protected at the National Level (the 5th batch, 25/06/2001) by State Council of the People's Republic of China. This project is a conservation research and design of former Faculty of Arts‘ office building (now belongs to Faculty of Mathematics).


THE CONSERVATION RESEARCH DESIGN // HISTORY STUDY

02 Road Red Line

Road Water Area Hill Area Red Line

C

East Lake

A B

Lion Hill

Situated on the Lion Hill and overlooking the East Lake

Original maps of campus on 1929, 1930s, 1954 and 1958

Historical buildings

Protection Scope

Building Contral Area

COMPARISON WITH OTHER REPRESENTATIVE BUILDINGS IN CAMPUS

1930-1935

COMPARISON WITH SAME PERIOD UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

1930s 30-50s 50-70s 70-90s After 90s Non-construction

1913-1921

University of Shanghai

1930-1935

Private University of Nanking

University of Shanghai

A. Faculty of Science 1931-1936

B. Faculty of Engineering 1936

C. Faculty of Art 1931


THE CONSERVATION RESEARCH DESIGN // CARTOGRAPHIC SURVEY

03

MASTERPLAN AND SURROUNDING IMAGES Classroom Terrazzo floor

Classroom Terrazzo floor

Classroom Terrazzo floor

Toilet (M) Ceramic Tile Toilet (F) Ceramic Tile Classroom Terrazzo floor

Printing Room Terrazzo floor

Central Meeting Room Marble floor

Classroom Terrazzo floor

Classroom Terrazzo floor

Duty Room Terrazzo floor

Duty Room Terrazzo floor

Duty Room Terrazzo floor

1F

FLOOR PLAN

2F

3F

4F

ARCHITECTURE RATIO ANALYSIS

South Facade Ratio Analysis

First Floor Ratio Analysis


THE CONSERVATION RESEARCH DESIGN // COMPONENT DETAILS NUMBERING SYSTEM ROOM NUM

F1R3: The 3rd room in the 1st floor. METHOD: Start at the stair of south entrance and follow a cw direction. The central meeting room has the largest num in 1F.

DOOR DETAILS

DOOR NUM

INSIDE DOOR: M.F1R3.B.2 M: Door. F1R3: The 3rd room in the 1st floor. B: Door type. 2: The 2nd door of the room (in a cw direction). INSIDE DOOR: M.S.A M: Door. S: The South Elevation. A: Door type.

04

TYPE A

N

W

TYPE A1

TYPE B

TYPE C

TYPE 1

TYPE 1A

TYPE 2

TYPE 3

TYPE 4

TYPE 4A

TYPE 4B

TYPE 5

Mainly as outside door.

Mainly in the cenral meeting room.

Mainly as inside room door.

Mainly as inside room door.

E

M.E.A

WINDOW DETAILS S

East Elevation

WINDOW NUM COURTYARD WINDOW: C.E’ .1.3.④ C: Window. E’: The courtyard’s East Elevation. 1: The 1st Line from the bottom up. 3: The 3rd window from left to right. ④: Window type. ELEVATION WINDOW: C.W.1.L.2.1.③ C: Window. W: The West Elevation. 1: The 1st section of the wall. L: The left part.

HANDRAIL NUM

2: The 2nd Line from the bottom up. 1: The 1st Row from left to right. ③: Window type.

C.S.1.M.1.8.②

C.E.1.M.3.14.②

C.E.1.L.1.1.③

C.S.1.M.1.1.②

M.F1R10.B

MEDIUM Original Additional Change

POOR Non-original Replaced totally

MEDIUM Original Additional Change

MEDIUM Original Additional Change

POOR Non-original Replaced totally

M.F1R7.B

FS.W.1.1F

FS.W.7.4F

POOR Partial-original Replaced partially

POOR Original Corroded/quite broken

MEDIUM Original Light broken

FS.S.1.1F FS: Handrail. S: The south stair. 1: The 1st handrail from bottom up. 1F: The handrail belongs to 1F.

M.N.A

POOR Original Repainted/corroded /bad broken

M.F1R4.B.2

MEDIUM Original Repainted


THE CONSERVATION RESEARCH DESIGN // BUILDING DISEASES

05

Microbe Disease Plant Disease Rust Human Damage Rain Damage Powdery fall-off Efforescence Exfoliation Surface Dissolution

POSITION

DISEASE

CAUSE

INTERVENTION

Outside Wall Inside Wall Floor Component

Atmosphere: Biotic Factor: 1.Damage Light(UV) Plant 2.Crack Water (rain&wet) Microbe 3.Corrosion 4.Freeze Injury Heat Human Factor: 5.Seepage Wind Construction 6.Age Phy/Chem Reaction: damage 7.Collapse Physical property Improper Chemical property protection

1.RF-reinforce 2.CN-cleaning 3.RP-repair wall roof floor component 4.FC-facility architectral equipment renew

O.W.

O.W.

O.W.

O.W.

O.W.

Damage

Corrosion

Damage

Damage

Corrosion

HUM

AIR

WALL

HUM.

HUM.

WALL

WALL

BIO.

WALL

WALL

O.W.

O.W.

I.W.

I.W.

I.W.

COMPO.

COMPO.

FLOOR

Corrosion

Age

Damage Corrosion

Damage

Damage Corrosion

Damage

Corrosion Damage

Damage

AIR

AIR

AIR

WALL

WALL

HUM. BIO

WALL

WALL

HUM.

AIR.

DOOR WIN.

DOOR WIN.

CHEM

HUM.

FLOOR


THE CONSERVATION RESEARCH DESIGN // RENEW DESIGN REPAIRATION INSIDE WALL & FLOOR

FACILITY RENEW AIR-CONDITION OUTDOOR UNITS

The terrazzo floor of 1F and corridors is badly damaged. And the bare wall is easy to get dirty and peeled. The repairation is aiming to update this awkward status by using reversible technique. FLOOR: 1.Cleaning 2. Mending 3.Paving

Now, the disordered air-condition outdoor units effected the facade badly.For a historical building, a designed outdoor units system is indispensable.

Status

After step 1,2

Plastic floor Second Leveling Leveling Seal /Smooth

Wooden moulding

06 ACCESSIBLE FACILITY MACHINE ROOMLESS LIFT As the faculty office building of Mathematics, many conference are taken place here. Add -ing a MRL to fit modern lifestyle.Because of height limits, this lift is available for 1F-3F, 1000KG, 10 person max.

A 14m*7m*2m units’ space is hiding behing the famous Headmaster sclu -pture and ush trees, safe and tidy.

Detail 1

10 Plywood 6×12 wood trim

Embedded wedge wood briquets 120×120×60@450 with anti-corrosion coating

Φ12 venthole

Plastic floor

Floor Layers

Completed

Soft-pack Wall Frame

Detail 2

MRL LOCATION IN SECTION C-C

STRUCTURE RECONSTRUCTION CENTRAL MEETING ROOM SUPPORTING STRUCTURE SYSTEM NOW Black-painted skylights

Roof narrow facade

Suspended ceiling Ceiling frame Supporting structure

Bare outlayventilation duct The original design of the Central Meeting Room is totally changed in past years. In this renew design, restoration of the roof’s nature lighting getting function is the key point. Removing the existing suspended ceiling and repairing the roof window units is the tirst thing to do. Building indepen -dent supporting pillars to sustain the truss weight to reduce the influence to the whole building. Equipment pipelines provide a great convenience for future facilities upgrading. SUPPORTING STRUCTURE SYSTEM NEW TRUSS LOCATION IN FLOOR PLAN

Equipment pipelines Independent supporting pillars

CENTRAL MEETING ROOM PERSPECTIVE


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PROJECT 2 THE OFFICE BUILDING EXPANSION PROJECT OF BRIDGE SCIENCE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (BSRI) 05/2015-07/2015, 8th Semester, Academic, Individual Work * LOCATION: Wuhan, Hubei, China * SUPERVISOR: Jing Zheng ( jingzheng2015@qq.com ) Floor Area: 3210 m² Building Height: 23.6 m Floors: 4 Stucture: frame + glass curtain wall

DESIGN DESCRIPTION Wuhan Bridge Science Research Institute (BSRI), a branch of China Railway Major Bridge Engineering Group Co., Ltd., is located in the intersection of Jianshe Avenue and West -Han Road just near by the Second Ring Road downtown Wuhan city. The available site for the new expanded office building includes a three-story ( partial four-story with an add -itional warehouse on ground floor) frame-structure building in good condition, a dilapidated two-story frame-structure building and the space between them. The main concept is preserving the frame structure of the three-story one and demolishing the shabby one to make two four-story unit. Then creating a glass curtain wall systerm joints them with a fun -ctional courtyard. Meanwhile, new activity space breaks the original dull experiment atmosphere.


THE BSRI OFFICE BUILDING EXPANSION PROJECT // SITE STUDY

08 SITE ANALYSIS

RAI

RO G RIN

HAN STWE

AD

Y LWA

P

REORGANIZE TRAFFIC FLOW

SEC O

ND

NUE AVE

M P

D ROA

Ei SH N JIA

CONTACT WITH BUILDINGS

SITE TEXTURE

Hubei Province

Wuhan City

Hankou District

E30째35'20 N114째13'30

Target Building

OFFICE

SERVICE

DWELLING

GARDEN


THE BSRI OFFICE BUILDING EXPANSION PROJECT // CONCEPT & MASTERPLAN

09

CONCEPT ANALYSIS

++

LAB

OFFICE

+

EXPANSION

Conflict functions in separated areas

COURTYARD

Glass curtain-wall systerm

+ BRIDGE

Extracting modelling elements

ELEVATOR

Traffic system

Vertical Greening

Sun Louver

EXTERIOR DESIGN

USER NEEDS

The staff’s daily work are heavy and dull. Except normal working area, the Resaech Insititute extremely lacks public space for communication and relax.

BRING BACK CREATIVITY

Increase service space ratio in whole building. Let the lively atmosphere make the staff into happy engineers again.

BRICK

STEEL

GLASS

MATERIALS

LAB

+

OFFICE

+

SERVICE & TRAFFIC

FUNCTION CUBE


THE BSRI OFFICE BUILDING EXPANSION PROJECT // PLAN & SECTION

10 PROJECT LAYERS

07 19

01 11

05

07

10

10

19

16

10

10

16

08 14

19

19 15

06

02

EXTERIOR DECORATION

16

16

18

02

19

02

03

ROOF 03

03

10 20

12

13 17

05

01

FLOOR 2

02

OPEN-PLAN OFFICE

FLOOR 3

04

4F 08 02

19

09

CORRIDOR

GROUND FLOOR 01.Lobby 02.Laboratory (with large equipment) 03.Laboratory (with precise insrument) 04.Curing Room 05.Equipment Room 06.Multi-functional Court 07.Conference Room

08.Refference Hall 09.Open-plan Office 10.Office 11.Tearoom 12.Bar 13.Cafe 14.Kitchen

3F

16

15.Gym 16.Corridor 17.Storage 18.Gallery 19.Rest Space 20.Terrace

19

10

10

10

10

REFFERENCE ROOM 20

12

02 FLOOR 4

ROOF 2F CAFE

SECTION 1-1

SECTION 2-2

SECTION 3-3

1F

TEA ROOM


THE BSRI OFFICE BUILDING EXPANSION PROJECT // SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE

PROJECT OVERVIEW

11


01

06

12

18

CONCESSIONS IN TIANJIN

12

N

07

13

19

02

08

14

20

03 09

21 15

04 10

05

16

22

17

23

GRAPHIC SYMBOL

11

British

Japanese

Italian

French

Russian

Austro -Hungarian

German

Belgian

1860–1943 1860–1946 1899–1917

American

1898–1945 1900–1920

1901–1947 1901–1917

1902–1931

(became part of the British concession later)

PROJECT 3 THE KINDERGARTEN DESIGN IN BRITISH CONSESSION 03/2013-05/2013, 5th Semester, Academic, Individual Work * LOCATION: Tianjin, China * SUPERVISOR: Qiaohui Tong ( qhtong@whu.edu.cn ) Site Area: 2500 m² Plot Ratio: 0.72 Floor Area: 1800 m² Floor: 2

DESIGN DESCRIPTION This course design requires a full-time 6-classes ( 25 kids / class ) community kindergarten and provides the option to freely choose a site place, aiming to experience doing architecture design under specific context. I pick the British Consession ( Tianjin ) as one ideal location, where extremely interests and is familiar to me. It's an exciting challe -nge to do the design in a famous historical area with strict restrictions. To find a good balance of modern and historical style a great quantity of field investigation have been done. Reminiscence and home-like are the key words to this project. And dealing with the limited site area and seeking for good natural lighting solution are the difficult parts.


THE KINDERGARTEN DESIGN IN BRITISH CONSESSION // CONTEXT

13

TYPICAL ELEMENTS

NAME, BUILT YEAR AND CLASS 01. Former residence of Hongkui Ma: 1913 02. Former residence of Kun Cao: 1923, (G). (N) 03. Quanshan Lane: 1919 04. Nanhai Road, NO.1: 2006, antique building 05. Former residence of Maolin Zhang: 1942 06. Former residence of Comprador Lee: 1937 , (K). (N) 07. Nanhai Road, Yongjian Lane NO.1: 1920s 08. Cambridge Apartment: 1936, (G). 09. Former residence of Eric Henry Liddell: 1922, (K). 10. Former residence of Wellington Koo: 1927, (S). (N) 11. Palace of Prince Qing: 1922, (S). (N) 12. Former residence of Mingtai Zhou: 1933 13. Former residence of Zhitan Zhang: 1920s 14. Former residence of Chengxun Cai: 1935. (K). (N) 15. Minyuan Stadium: 1920 16. Former residence of Yanyi Zeng: 1920, (G).(N) 17. Former residence of Honglai Lin:1935, (K). (N) 18. Daxing Village: 1937, (G) 19. Former residence of Tongxuan Sun: 1931, (G). 20. Former residence of Xinzhan Gong : 1930, (G). (N) 21. Former residence of Linzheng Guan : 1920, (G). (N) 22. Former residence of Tianlin Zhao: 1930s 23. Xiannong Yard: 1925, (G)

Pitched Roof

Gable Wall

Folding wall

PROTECTION CLASS AND RULE

Pillar

(N): Major Historical and Cultural Site Protected at the National Level (S): Special Protection Historic Architecture of Tianjin (K): Key protection Historic Architecture of Tianjin (G): General Protection Historic Architecture of Tianjin

Decoration Belt

Red brick material

ANALYSIS OF REMARKABLE SURROUNDING HISTORIC BUILDINGS

SPECIAL PROTECTION (S): Can not change the facade of the building including materials and colors; can not alter the main structure, layout and important interior decoration. KEY PROTECTION (K): Can not change the facade of the building including materials and colors; can not alter the important structure and important interior decoration. GENERAL PROTECTION (G): Can not change the facade of the building including materials and colors.

N

Hai River

Tianjin City

Main Roads of River Direction Main Roads of South-North Direction Main Roads of Other Direction

Hebei Pro.

Railway

Next to Beijing

(British Consession), 1 of 14 Historic Protection Area in Central City

The Five Avenue Historic Cultural District

City Structure

100 m

Kindergarten Distribution in The Five Avenue District


THE KINDERGARTEN DESIGN IN BRITISH CONSESSION // CONCEPT & MASTERPLAN

14 P

N

Luoyang Road 24h Single Direction, 2-Lane Hebei Road 24h Single Direction, 2-Lane

Community Entrance 1-Lane Walking-only Route

ROAD CONDITIONS Dynamic Close

9

Static

Internal environment

External environment

0

Open

RELIANCE LEVEL 2-Storey Building 3-Storey Building Dwelling Restaurant and Bar

SURROUNDING BUILDING ANALYSIS

FORM DEDUCTION minus

1. two-storey block

2. traditional courtyard layout

NORTH FACADE

3. relatively independent function area

3. single house as class unit

3. home-like pitched roof

EAST FACADE

GABLE RHYTHM


THE KINDERGARTEN DESIGN IN BRITISH CONSESSION // PLAN & SECTION B

15 05

A

01

01

06

A

06 03

07 01

08

12

C 09

B

C

01

01

10

13

15 10

01

10

16 18

PROJECT OVERVIEW

11 02

02

UNIT PLAN 1F 2F SECTION A-A 01.Playroom 02.Bedroom 03.Hall 04.Dance Studio 05.Reception Room 06.Healthcare Room 07.Changing Room 08.Lounge 09.Kitchen

11

GROUND FLOOR SECOND FLOOR B-B

C-C

10.Storage 11.Office 12.Courtyard 13.Playground 14.Garden 15.Paddling Pool 16.Sandpit 17.Terrace 18.Track

11

10 11 02 02

04

11 11

02

02

17


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PROJECT 4 THE RURAL HOUSING CLUSTER DESIGN BASED ON COURTYARD+TOURIST ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT MODE 04/2014-07/2014, 6th Semester, Academic, Individual Work * LOCATION: Wuhan, Hubei, China * SUPERVISOR: Yan Yuan ( yuanyan@whu.edu.cn ) Site Area: 15000 m² Floor Area: 7850 m²

Plot Ratio: 0.52 Greening Rate: 0.37

Dwelling Building: 29 Public Building: 5

DESIGN DESCRIPTION The site location, is only 5km away from The Ancient Battlefield of Red Cliffs ( 208 AD, now is a National AAAA Tourist Attraction), in a city that is fam -ous for natural hot-spring, commercial water plants ( such as lotus ) and freshwater-aquaculture. Based on the Courtyard+Tourist Economy Develop -ment Mode, which is highly encouraged by local government, this project tries to provide an effective living pattern for residents' income raise and life quality improvement. Using green energy efficiency methods can radically reduce the further cost and show tourists an environmental-friendly rural life.


THE RURAL HOUSING CLUSTER DESIGN // SITE STUDY & MASTERPLAN

17

Yangtze River

N

Rich in water resources

Old town Industrial area New living area

Economic axis Landscape belt

The design site

SITE LOCATION

RESIDENT STRUCTURE

COURTYARD+TOURIST ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT MODE

Aging of population 0 - 14 15 - 64 65 and above (8.95%)

China — Hubei

Hubei — Jiayu

Jiayu — Luxi

CLIMATE DATA

Low education level Middle school and below Junior college and above Others

PEASANT EXPERIENCE

Tea Making

Farm Picking

Fishing

Lotus-gathering

CATERING

Loss of Labor Force Wind speed 1m/s

Wind frequency 5%

Sun Radiation Rirection

Best Orientation

Suitable For Using Solar Energy

Migrant workers for more than 6 months Left-behind population

+

Tea Drinking

Coarse Grain

Fish Dish

Water crops


THE RURAL HOUSING CLUSTER DESIGN // CONCEPT & GROUP PLAN CONCEPT ANALYSIS

CONNECTION TO MAIN STREET

DWELLING GROUP ANALYSIS

TRAFFIC SYSTEM INSIDE THE SITE

18

30m

Tea Group Courtyard

Plant Group Ponds

Pond Group

HUMAN MERIDIAN THEORY

Use Chinese traditional understanding of human-being to organise the masterplan. 3 Dwelling Group+1 Central Plaza+2 Park

Farmland

Entrance and connections to main streets Parking area Waterfront trail

FUNCTION LOGIC

EXPERIENCE SPACE

+

LIVING SPACE

Connection parts to main streets Roads for small motor vehicle Trails for walking only

Greening Water area

+ Landscape

TERRAIN FIT DISTRIBUTION

TEA GROUP FABRIC

POND GROUP FABRIC

PLANT GROUP FABRIC

Main Axis

Tea Group Roads

Greening

Roads

Waterfront

Roads

Greening

Pond Group Plant Group

DWELLING GROUP STRUCTURE

Public Building

Natural Ventilation

Public Building

Natural Ventilation

Public Building

Natural Ventilation


THE RURAL HOUSING CLUSTER DESIGN // HOUSE TYPE

19

TYPE VARIATION

N

TYPE LOCATION C-C’=D A+D

TYPE A

TYPE B

Floor Area: 140 m² Local family

TYPE C

Floor Area: 300 m² Local+Tourist/Local family

C+B

Floor Area: 350 m² Local+Tourist/Local big family

1

1F

1F

1F

2

2F

2F

2F

C+A

1 SECTION

SECTION

SECTION

BEDROOM

KITVHEN

BEDROOM

Service space like toliet, stair and storage are placed in east/west/north orientation.

BEDROOM

BALCONY

TOLIET

HOUSE ORIENTATION PRIORITY

2 STAIR

KITCHEN BATHROOM

Main living space like bedroom and living room occupied the best south orientation.


THE RURAL HOUSING CLUSTER DESIGN // GREEN ENERGY-SAVING STRATEGY & FACADE ANALYSIS

20

VENTILATION WITH CHINMNEY EFFECT

Tea-Group Unit

Pond-Group Unit

Plant-Group Unit

ROOF DESIGN

ROOF DETAILS Solar panel

Sun Louver

Water Paving Ballast Insulation Structure Block

Overflow Pipe Water Channel

Filter Fabric Drainage/Storage Layer Insulation Waterproof Membrane Protection Board

Plants Growing Medium

NATURAL THERMAL PROTECTION MEASURES Energy Conversion

Reflection

Reflection

Reflection Absorb

Absorb

Energy Conversion Absorb

Cooling

: High-side Window

CHANGING FACADE(S) with sun louver all open

CHANGING FACADE(S) with sun louver all closed

FACADE(N/W/E): use high-side window to avoide over-exposure

Sun Louver


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PROJECT 5 URBAN DESIGN OF LOTUS LAKE AREA 11/2014-01/2015, 7th Semester, Academic, Group Work * LOCATION: Chengguan, Wuhan, Hubei, China * PARTNER: Jiayang Zhang, Xin Yan * ROLE&CONTRIBUTION: Team Lader. Concept, project structure and analysis * SUPERVISOR: Shidan Cheng ( shidanc@sud.whu.edu.cn )

DESIGN DESCRIPTION Caidian district is one of the six main area groups of Wuhan "1+6 Development Pattern". In the future plan, there will build a medium-sized city of 500,000 people. It is an important base for industry, township enterprises and private-sectors transfer from the Wuhan main city. Chengguan Town is the political, economic and cultural center of Caidian area, plays a effective role to draw youth labor resources from immigrating to metropolis. Lotus Lake area is the old heart-part of Chengguan town, aiming to renew it into a lively residence community with good supporting infrastructure in this project.


URBAN DESIGN OF LOTUS LAKE AREA // SITE STUDY

22

SITUATION STUDY

One of Grand Wuhan “1+6� Circle

Main traffic net in Caidian District

Core Areas in Central Wuhan City Caidian District is close by several a newly emerging commercial circles which could provide quite amount of employment opportunities. Employees have great chance to move in for low price and convenient transportation.

Commercial Circles near-by Half of the resident make their living in these industrial circles. And more companies are planning to move in as government-led.

Industrial Circles near-by Surrounded by large areas of lake and forest and not far from famous landmarks. Caidian District has the resource to run a short-time Ecological Tourism.

SITE SATELLITE MAP Service Industry Ecological Tourism Agriculture Light Industry

Economic Spatial Structure

Caidian District is a newly developing area at her beginning of Urbanization. Traditional agriculture economic still has big influence.

Completed PublicRailway Service Railway under-construction S15: Caidian - Wuhan G4: Beijing - Zhuhai 3rd Ring of Central Wuhan

S15

Link into 3rd R. Light Rail under-construction G4

3rd R.

Comprehensive Transportation in 2020s

52.4km

28.5km

Famous Landmarks near-by 46.6km

19.1km 32.1km

Completed Transportation Hubs

Bus Routes to other district

Bus Station location


URBAN DESIGN OF LOTUS LAKE AREA // CONCEPT & MASTERPLAN

23

SITE SURVEY

LAKESIDE BUILDING SCENCE

Buildings in the site area are quite aged and in a sad state of disrepair. Lacking of enough infrastructure is a huge obstacle for new residents moving in. The quantity and quality of public space hardly fit the inhabitant’s demand.

Public Service Residential

Activity1. Chat

Activity2. Sport

Activity3. Fishing

Activity2. Planting

Administration Commercial

BUILDING FUNCTION

1F 2F 3F 4F 5F 6F 7F 8F 9F 10F 11F and above

BUILDING HEIGHT

Newly built or renovated Before 1970s

Around 1980s

BUILDING AGE

CONCEPT ANALYSIS

Potential activity center

Strengthen links

WATER WAVE MIMESIS

CENTRAL NODE 1+3

Add new activity center

Form a network

Use two radiation points to organise the traffic net and the building distribution.

WATERFRONT LANDSCAPE

DYNAMIC/STATIC PARTITION RADIOACTIVE LAYOUT FABRIC

MASTERPLAN


URBAN DESIGN OF LOTUS LAKE AREA // PUBLIC BUILDINGS & SKYLINE

24

Commercial Office

HOSPITAL CONCEPT

MIDDLE SCHOOL CONCEPT

Residential Public Service

Cultural Education Urban Greenbelt

FUNCTION DIVISION DIAGRAM

PROJECT STATISTICS

Plot Ratio

≤1.5 1.5~4 4~6 6~8

1F-3F

4F-6F

Height Distribution in Quantity

SKYLINE: SEE FROM THE EAST LAKESHORE

7F-9F

>10F

Height Distribution in Site Area

Residential

Cultural

Sport

Function Distribution in Floor Area

Education

Administration

Medical

Function Distribution in Site Area


URBAN DESIGN OF LOTUS LAKE AREA // TRAFFIC & GREEN BELT

ROAD NET CLASSIFICATION

25

a. Main Street

b. Branch Street

URBAN GREENBELT WALKWAYS

SOFTSCAPE

c. Residential Street c. WATER

b.

a.

GROUND ROADWAY

GREEN AXIS

WALKWAYS

PEOPLE FLOW DIAGRAM

LAKE TRAIL

Road Section

PUBLIC SPACE


URBAN DESIGN OF LOTUS LAKE AREA // URBAN SPACE

PLANK ROAD

COMMUNITY GARDEN

LAKE TRAIL

MARINA

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GRADE SEPARATION

SUNKEN PLAZA


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OTHER WORKS // 2012-2015 A. Creative decoration painting, 2014 B. Relief, 2014 C. Exhibition of “Chaos of plan -ning” Mapping Workshop @ Facaulty Hall & Wanlin Art Museum, 2015

D. Sketch, 2014 E.K. Watercolor, life, 2014 F. Clay sculpture, 2013 G. Stage design for La Dame aux Camelias, 2012 H. Sketch, 2012 I.J. Oil painting, copy, 2013

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BRIEF OF MOTIVATION

I have drawn a copy of the I Amsterdam Sign in the sunset when I saw it in a travel magazine as a teenager. I set my mind that I would be there one day. Then I fulfilled it and wandered on the Museumplein in the summer of 2012. At that time, the Rijksmuseum was under its 10-years grand renovation process, so I left with pity. Luckily, I involved in the Utrecht University’s Exchange Program at the year that the Rijksmuseum reopened. Until the 4th and last visit to it, I came across a wonderful book, Restoration and Transformation of a National Monument by Paul Meurs and Marie-Thérèse van Thoor, in the museum shop. This book introduced me to the RMIT in Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of the Delft University of Technology for the very first time. I corrected my wrong impression that the architecture education in the TUD is pure high-tech and parameterized from this book. From then on, TUD became my dream school.

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Certainly, my favorite specialization is the Heritage & Architecture (RMIT). As soon as I transferred into Architecture Department, I realized I was not only interested in architecture’s design but also its history and theory. The research field that I concerned mostly is architecture conservation and renovation. Thus during the architecture design courses in my undergraduate, I paid a lot of attention to site analysis and context background digging. Successively, I did a design in the historical area, an expansion and renovation project and a conser -vation research design (see project 1-3 in my portfolio). Probably owing to the long history of religious tolerance since the Dutch Golden Age, regeneration works of the religious building are quite a lot in the Netherlands. I would like to learn more about this novel topic. Compare to the form of buildings, I always

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care. more about the users’ needs and the relationship between human and space. The dwelling building is the most influential building type to people’s life. Most of the Chinese residential buildings are anonymous from outside to inside while the Dutch dwellings surprised me with its resident-friendly plan and well-designed appearance. Riding from my landlord’s house, Zeist, to Utrecht Centre was an enjoyable architecture tour to me. Along this way, I can see hundreds of nice houses and apartments, even the Rietveld Schröder House. It will be honored to study in The Architecture and Dwelling studio. As a museum-goer, I love exhibition and exhibition building heartily. For this reason, I am glad to be one of The Architecture of the Interior and The Architecture and Public Building specializations, when they provide projects related to the exhibition.

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