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ARCHITECTURE

PORTFOLIO 2013-2017

YING LI athenalides@gmail.com


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ABOUT ME

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+61 426 842 778 athenalides@gmail.com Melbourne, Australia www.pinterest.com.au/athenalides www.linkedin.com/in/yl-5302a8120

WORKING EXPERIENCE

EDUCATION

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I’m a 25 year-old fresh Graduate from Monash University who is versed in drawing architectural designs including plans, elevations and sections, for commercial and residential structures, offering an excellent blend of technical aptitude and creative ability.

Ying Li Graduate Architect

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PERSONAL SKILLS Communication

Master Architecture Monash University

2018

Creativity

Atelier Li Xinggang Intern

Bachelor Architecture Monash University

2015

Team-player

Mar 2018 - June 2018 Participate in designing subproject for 2022 Beijing Olympic Winter Games. Completed an integrated subproject.

Detail-oriented Problem Solving

DESIGN SKILLS

Xinjiang Architecture Design Institute

High school Mount Waverley Secondary College VCE:94%

2013

Step on Australia

2010

Foundation design & framing

Intern Nov 2015 - Feb 2016. Discussed design standards and procedures with the directors of design and architecture. Participated in the overall planning and drawing of one project.

SketchUp Schematic design 3D design Digital illustration

SOFTWARE SKILLS

PDF

Photoshop

Illustrator

Indesign

LANGUAGES

Rhino 5

M-Office

Grasshopper

Chinese Native

Vray

Auto CAD

Sketchup

Revit

English

Korean

Urban Deisgn

Graphic Deisgn

EXPERTISE Architecture Deisgn

Interior Deisgn

Landscape Deisgn


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SCHOOL LIBRARY

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This project is mainly about the exploration of space and how to optimize the current building on the site.

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CUT PAW PAW TOO

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For this project, we explored the new vernacular definition for the old Melbourne suburbs which cooperated with the new tech nology.

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GPT

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For this project, we explored the new vernacular definition for the old Melbourne suburbs which cooperated with the new tech nology.

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GROUNDBREAKING This studio aims to explore a local material in a rural town, Stawell which located in North ern Grampians and also develop a new building strategy for the town.

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Re-designed Monash Library


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THE LIBRARY OF MONASH UNIVERSITY Location: Caulfield Campus Year: 2014

This project is mainly about the exploration of space and how to optimize the current building on the site. Starting with analysing the disadvantages of the current situation, my design is just a simple box looking shape with all side roofs inclining downwardly to the centre, as my original intention was to keep it harmonious with the site and this concept also coincidentally matches a traditional Chinese housing design mode. The roofs are designed to block out the vision of buildings surrounded so that when people standing at the platform in the middle of the roof top they can only feel the sky, sunshine, the wind and themselves.


VEHICULAR CIRCULATION

BLOCK PLAN

PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

CAR PARKS

PARKS

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CAULFIELD PLAZA

BUILDING H CAR PARK

BUILDING G

BUILDING S

LIBRARY

BUILDING F

CAULFIELD STATION BUILDING K BUILDING B

BUILDING D

Ground Floor Plan

1st Floor Plan

2nd Floor Plan

3rd Floor Plan

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The problems in the current library are: lack of natural lighting, small in size, unconspicuous main entrance, unsatisfactory divison of the function zones. So, in order to solve the lighting problems, the geometry, its metaphor is a Chinese lantern (the light is getting brighter when you move inward). Each level has a inner court yard, these courtyards are like Chinese lantern lightening the rooms surrounding them and creating a dramatic atmosphere. In terms of Material, the main materials are timber(for roof and some interior walls), stone bricks(for the facade), and glass. The materials are also getting light when you move inward. By combining the student service centre and the library , there are entrances on the western side of the library which are the main entrances, also there is an exntrance on the upper level located on the southern side.


The rooftop has resting platform for student to cool down from the busy study life, and since the roof is angled inwards, it will provide a private sense for the platform. there are few skylights created in angles for getting more natural light for the inside of the library, and besides that, the inside will be able to get a better ventilation as well. 3rd FLOOR STORAGING BOOKS+ READING AREA+ STUDY AREA ROOF PLATFORM

The 3rd floor is mainly for storaging books and quiet reading, so it got an area for trollys(next to the toilets)

2nd FLOOR COMPUTER LADS+ INDIVISUAL STUDY ROOMS+ OPEN STUDY AREA COURTYARD

2nd floor is mainly about studying area (computers, printing).

1st FLOOR RETURN BOOKS MAGAZINE+AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTS LEISURE AREA+OFFICE+ CONFERENCE ROOMS INDEPENDENT KITCHEN+LUNCH AREA INDEPENDENT SELF STUDY ROOM COURTYARD

In terms of the furniture, the tables by the windows are on an angle, because i got lots of small windows, the light wouldnt come directly on the face in this way. GROUND FLOOR 4 ENTRANCES RETURN BOOKS STUDENT SERVICE CENTRE+ TEMPORARY STUDENT GALLERY/MUSEUM

The ground floor has a new student connect center on the north and a place for returning books on the south. The rest of the space could be used as a student gallery (temporary) or a museum for displaying good works that done by previous students.

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WEST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

SECTION

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Night View of the New Suburb


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CUT PAW PAW TOO Location: Tottenham Year: 2015

Cut Paw Paw is the historic name for the Parish which encompasses the western suburbs of Melbourne. This project is about to use new technology to change the old Cut Paw Paw and give it a new vernacular look. By using 3D printing, we are aiming to cut down the house price and make the building process in a more efficient way. In the mean time exploring the potential of using 3D print for big project.


Quarries Location Diagram

Essendon Quarries, Essendon

Boral Concrete, Sunshine

199 Sunshine Road, Tottenham Boral Quarries Recycling, Brooklyn Material Supplier Site

Victorian Bluestone Quarries, Brooklyn

Cut Paw Paw Railroad Tracks 1m Contour

Urban diagram for development along the rivers of Cut Paw Paw

Urban diagram for densification and expansion of Cut Paw Paws public transport system

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2015 Existing trainline in Cut Paw Paw

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2030 New technologies and developments create a new form of public transport within Cut Paw Paw

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2050 Over time this system grows and expands creating a dense network of infrastructure

Urban diagram for construction along the trainlines of Cut Paw Paw

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2015 Developed areas along the exisinting trainline

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2030 New developments mainly in the west and the addition of a new trainline

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2050 Densification of the west and new developments arising along the new line.

Old Suburban Photos

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2015 Current state of development along the Yarra and Maribynong Rivers

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2030 Developments increase especially in the old industral zone in the south east quarter

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2050 Developments reach a point of densification creating a new precint down by the river


Plan 199 Sunshine Road, Tottenham Scale 1:500

New Machines for the Processing (Crusher, big 3D Printer, samll 3D Printer)

New Suburban Plan

New Suburban Elevation

New Suburban Section

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HOUSING

HOUSING

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ART GALLERY & WORKSHOP


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GEOLOGY, POTTERY, TYPOLOGY Location: Burwood Brickworks Year: 2016

For this particular project, we are proposing a brickwork that purpose to fund an art gallery for retaining the ceramic culture atmosphere in the future. For example, according to our research of different historical clay pits, a common thing was that they all turned to public, such as park, swimming pool and car parks. In contrast, Craigieburn brickwork turned to housing, no more brickworks turned to public in recent years. Therefore we proposed our brickwork as a public facility in the future to benefit the surrounding communities not just for earning money. The purpose for original plan of the brickwork is to become an art gallery and workshop mixed. So that after the brickworks make enough money to fund the processing afterwards, the clay pit stopped functioning. In terms of the site, in the future only the portion of the site which has our main buildings on it will be remained, the rest of the site will be sold for commercial and residential use. In the future the factory will be re-used as workshops, the kilns will be re-used as gallery.


BRICK CATALOGUE

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FIRST CLAYPIT

RSPCA

BURWOOD HWY

PAST SITE CONDITIONS

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Site changing over time

House type changing over time

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PRESENT SITE


SECOND CLAYPIT

LAKE

Car Park

Open Field

BBQ and Picnic Area

PARK Playground

RSPCA

BURWOOD HWY

CONDITONS

FUTURE DEVLOPMENT

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BARBEQUE STATION

PAVILION

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FENCE

TOILET

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Art Gallery Pre-Heating

Firing

Cooling

Kiln Function

Brick Opening Semi-Closed

Full Closed

Transparent

Kiln Design

Kiln Design - Axometric Scale 1:200

Gallery-Kilns Orientations

Add-On to Kilns

De-Fill Kilns - Axometric Scale 1:200

Kiln Gallery Circulation

Access to Building

Gallery Add-On’s - Axometric Scale 1:200


Outdoor Courtyard

Kiln 02 Gallery

entry Kiln 01 Gallery

Display Track Table

Kiln Gallery

Open Pop-up Gallery

Upper Level

Display Track Table

Pottery Garden Gallery Upper Level

Reception/ Administration A-A

A-A Lobby/Gallery

Entry

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Art Gallery Section Scale 1:200


Machinery Room

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Entry Lobby/ Hall

Ceramic Workshop Lab

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Workshop Axometric


Lake

Brick Storage

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Workshop Section Scale 1:250


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STAWELL SUPL VISITOR CENTRE


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GROUNDBREAKING Location: STAWELL Year: 2017

This studio aims to explore a local material in a rural town, Stawell which located in Norther Grampians and also develop a new building strategy for the town. While we are researching about the typical material in Stawell, we found that there was a news reporting that there is a giant tyre dump in Stawell, so we decided to do some research about this issue and get this material involved in our design.


Tyre Recycling Factory

Tyre Dump

News

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Tyre D


Dump

Visitor Centre

Federation University

Federation University

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WAYS OF RE-USING TYRES 1

Reactor

Oil-water Separator

Water Seal

Air Blower

Steel

Chimney

Cooling Tower

Fuel

Residue Oil Tank

Strong Spray Tower

Calandria Cooling System

Carbon Black

Tyre Pyrolysis Plant

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Extruders Tyre Product- Lump

Tyre Product- Toy

Curing Press

Tyre Product- Furniture

Tyre Manufacture Plant

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WAYS OF RE-USING TYRES Rubberized Concrete

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1 CONCRETE WALL

2 3D PRINTED OBJECT

Emerging Objects envision using rubber powder to make 3D printed outdoor furniture and as 3D printed panels for exterior building components.

Cryogenic processing refers to the use of liquid nitrogen to freeze tyre chips or rubber particles prior to Micronized Rubber Powder

3 RUBBERIZED CONCRETE Tyres processed into a metal and fiber free crumb rubber. Fine sand, aggregate, cement and rubber powder were mixed in the face mix mixer. The ready mixtures were transferred from the pan mixer to a feed hopper.

The hopper discharged the correct amount of concrete into the mould in the block making machine.

Rubberized concrete is durable, less ductile, has greater crack resistance. It will give better performance than conventional concrete where vibration damping is required.

4 ROAD FILL

Waste tires can function as source of fill material to raise the road profile to correct drainage problems and curb sediment pollution caused by severely entrenched roads.

Tyres are compacted via Hydraulic Tyre Baler

5 SHINGLES

large pieces tyres were pressed into flat pieces via rolling machine.

Tyre tread section gets cut into large pieces. The pieces are heated and molded under high pressure into shape with an added patter.

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The Rubberized concrete were fabricated by block making machine in steel moulds.


Wall Making

Formwork Ply

1. Using the formwork ply as a construction material, casting a pile of tyres.

Pile of Tyres

Cast Concrete

Formwork Ply

1. Removing the pile of tyres, the concrete remaing there, as well as the ply.

Empty

Concrete

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Plan 1:100

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Wall Skylight

Tiles


Wall

Tiles


Tile Batten

Rubber Tile

Gutter

Rubber Cladding Adjucent slab bottom longitudinal reinforcements bars

Adjucent slab bottom transcerse reinforcements bars

Wall Reinforcement

Bolt

8mm

Rubberized Concrete

Exterior

Interior 230

Roof Detail 1:10

Section 1:100

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Wall Reinforcement

Batt Insulation (60-100mm)

8mm

Rubber Cladding

Rubberized Concrete

Corrosion-resistant metal pin to connect panels without penetrating air and water layers

Outer sealant on backer rod drained at vertical joints

12mm Plywood

Inner sealant on backer rod continuous for water and air control continulity

Exterior

Interior 230

Wall Detail 1:20

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Section 1:100

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OTHER WORKS

1. Digital Fabrication——With this project, we investigated the new technology for architecture area in terms of robotic parametric design. My project is to explore the flexible formwork’s potential combination with robotic. 2. The Project that has been done during my internship in Atelier Li Xinggang which is a Water Pumping Station for the 2022 Olympic Winter Games. It is a small project, so I am in charge of doing the final step design and drawings.


DIGITAL FABRICATION + ROBOTIC ARM

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Office

Last Iteration

Bricks

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Go back to the first mold, i change the silicone rubber back to plastic, so it has a more organic surface.

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