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NODAL AGGLOMERATION -Reinvention of the traditional tectonic in vernacular architecture Tourism Center 01/2014-06/2014 Master of Architecture Thesis, Semester 4

Zhangjiajie became a popular tourism site because its beautiful natural view. But the construction for tourism destroyed some part of the environment and the sensitive ecosystem is getting worse, which obstructs the tourism development.Since the local economy relies on tourism industry, people could not reject visitors to come. The issue is how to maintain the natural environment but also can serve the demanding of the tourism industry as well. There are a lot of villages located around the heritage site since hundreds of years ago. I researched the local architecture to learn how they could build their houses and live in this sensitive site without disturbing it. The spirits of vernacular architecture is the Tenon joint. This construction technique uses timber as the only one material to fix all components, without any need for nails or screws. Therefore the joint would not get loose during several years, or even get tighter. That is one of the reasons some historical buildings built hundreds of years ago could survive even earthquakes. The building type is eventually a result of the consideration of local topography, climate, material, structure and lifestyle.

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Type 1- 3 pieces This joint only needs 3 pieces to hold each other and the finished joint looks all the same from 360 degree. But the disadvantage of this type is there is void space in the finished joint, which will enable one of the components displacement.

WEAK POINT

void in joint makes it unstable

EXPANSION METHOD

BASIC REPETITION 2

BASLE WOOD TESTING

CURVY SHAPE TESTING


Type 2 6 sticks This joint needs 6 sticks to hold each other and the finished joint looks all the same from 360 degree. Each of them is different and has to be cut in 3 dimensions, and the section profile of the joint only takes 1/4 of the whole stick.

WEAK POINT

1/4 part of sectional profile makes it weak

Expasion

The expansion method is straight forward since each component only need to extend twice length. But the defect is the same as its single joint, or even more complicated in manufacture process.

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Dimention & density regarding human scale

GRID 500mmx500mmx500mm

GRID 750mm x 750mm x 750mm

GRID 900mm x 900mm x 900mm

Element Section 60mm x 60mm

Element Section 90mm x 90mm

Element Section 100mm x 100mm

VARIOUS DENSITY AND DIMENSION Rather than keep a uniform grid, the system could be built in various density of grid, both in horizontal and vertical direction.

IRREGULAR GRIDS To create more organic space, this testing is tried to carve some part of the grid but keep it stable as well. Remove some columns or horizontal grids of roof structure. In this testing, there are endless possibilities could be explored, but the conclusion is rather than a grid, the structure system is adaptable to any shape of conditions.

Varied density

Varied floor height

1:60 MODEL WITH VARIED FLOOR HEIGHT

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Varied floor level


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Methodology for architecture Based on the research of piled foundation structures and魯 班鎖, my design strategy is focused on using the simplest type of魯班鎖 as a structural building joint and using piled foundations for minimizing earth work, while retaining the original landscape. To respond to the tourism industry demanding, the project is looking at providing a service station nearby the route of tourists, as well as exhibition and craftmanship workshop. The hilly topography and the Jinbian Brook between the site and the tourists pedestrian way are both as the challenges and opportunities to test how the system works with this type of sensitive natural site.

1 : 100 Sectional & Schematic model

The symmetrical grid of the structure in the horizontal directions gives flexibility to the layout of columns, which are not necessarily arranged in a linear way. The interior space is determined by usage of each room and program, instead of inflexible column grids. -In the vertical direction, the piled foundation system enables the building floor to adjust to the varied topography by minimal impact on the original landscape.

1 : 500 MASSING MODEL

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1 : 100 SITE MODEL WORKSHOP SHELF SHOW CASES SHOW CASES

SHOW SHELF

SHOW CASES

PARTITION WALL

COURTYARD TRELLIS STAIRS TO OUTDOOR

TABLES CHAIRS

EXHIBITION PANEL

PARTITION WALL CHAIRS

RECEPTION DESK

WORKSHOP

GOING TO THE HILL GETHERING LECTURE

SPACE

HALL COURTYARD GUEST ROOM

EXHIBITION COURTYARD

ENTRANCE L OBBY BRIDGE

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1 : 20 Sectional ModelEntrance Lobby Part

Due to the scale of joint, the structure could not only be structure, but more human scale elements as well, such as stairs, tables, seats and partition wall. According to various program demanding,

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Perspective looking

from the lecture hall

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1 : 20 Sectional Model- Exhibition Hall

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1 : 20 Sectional ModelEntrance Lobby Part

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Perspective from the

Entrance Lobby

6 Perspective Looking from the tourist path 7

1 : 100 Model-Looking from the tourist path

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Detail design Since the assembly sequence and logic of the timber structure system itself, the system is not proper to act as an enclosure system as my test. Therefore the appendix system is required to be installed to the structure system. Here as a basic consideration on roof, curtain wall and floor systems. ROOF PANEL

TIMBER FRAME WATERPROOF FIBRE

TIMBER FRAME

FACADE

MULLION GLASS

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SKTLIGHT PANEL

TIMBER FRAME TIMBER SCREW GLASS

STRUCTURE COMPONENTS

FLOOR SLAB

BEAM COMPONENTS

COLUMN COMPONENTS

FLOOR STRUCTURE REINFORCE COMPENTS

FLOOR PANEL FLOOR STRUCTURE

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1 : 20 Sectional Model- Entrance Lobby Part

Final presentatio

1 : 5 Detail Model Showing components dimension with human scale 12

In the final presenta prototype and the s the roof or under th


Roof structure with skylight and courtyard

on panel and model layout

ation settings, the model integrated with model stand which represent the idea that the joint structure component could become everything in a building rather than only act as structure on he floor.

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FLOATING MATRIX

Revitalizing Nam Sang Wai through sustainable self-build construction 09/2013-12/2013 Master of Architecture Studio, Semester 1 The project is suggests a low-impact and ‘reversible’ self-build housing development within Nam Seng Wai, an ecological site within the ‘Deep Bay Area’, in order to revitalize the diminished fishing community as well as provide housing for accumulated indigenous small house applications. Composite fibre glass pile foundations that define lots are planted at once as an infrastructure for homeowners to purchase. These foundations act as a planning and regulating mechanism. Through combining the prefab packages with the purchased foundations, it becomes possible to create a myriad enclosures and outdoor spaces at a range of densities suited for different community groups. The combination between foundations and prefab package also allows ample opportunity for misuse, thus creating interesting accidental moments. The design utilizes Professor Hsieh’s light-weight steel system and locally found reed as cladding material to create a prefabricated typology packages referencing existing Hong Kong’s local stilt house culture. The discovery of reed as a construction raw material also creates the opportunity for a new industry to take place within the site, thus enhancing its economic value.

Wetland Research

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Choice of Site

錦繡花園 SITE BOUNDARY

SITE BOUNDARY

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Typology Research Tai O stilt house

We discovered Tai O’s model to be most relevant as reference for our project. This diagram shows the ranges of public space and events that happen within the vibrant village.

entrance 2/F ORIGINAL HOUSE 2 families 6 members 2/F

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ADDITION 1 1/F PRIVATE DECK ADDITION 2

clothes drying

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PRIVATE DECK

TV

rubbish collection COOKING

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KITCHEN

stove SERICE DECK store

SEATING DECK (RESTAURANT)

BALCONY

rabit cage

(local’s own gathering area)

DOCK

Step dimensions

broken part*

VIEWING PLATFORM

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Skip floor & Bay variations This Diagram shows possibilites of making stairs which interacts differently with users. that level differences beyond 1.8m becomes meaningless for staggering floors, due to the height of human eye level and length of stair. We proposed a modular system of staggering floors at 0.6m intervals.

1 BAY

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MIXED SAME LEVEL

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MIXED SKIP LEVEL

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Schematic Design- street section Clinic Fruit Shop Fruit Shop Pork Shop Store Community Gathering Hair Salon

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Typology Design RESIDENTIAL UNITS TYPE A- PHASE 1 AMENITY UNITS

1-3 BEDROOM Footprint: 51.84 m2/558 sq ft Floor area: 51.84 m2/558 sq ft

RESTAURANT 2X 4.8m bay

PRIVATE DOCK 2X 2.4m bay

PUBLIC DOCK 2X 2.4m bay

PUBLIC DOCK 2X 2.4m bay

OBSERVATION PLATFORM (SINGLE STOREY)

3.6m bay

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TYPE A- PHASE 2 ~3 BEDROOM Footprint: 51.84 m2/558 sq ft Floor area: 69.12 m2/744 sq ft

TYPE A- PHASE 3 ~4 BEDROOM Footprint: 51.84 m2/558 sq ft Floor area: 86.4 m2/930 sq ft

TYPE B- PHASE 1 TYPE B- PHASE 2 ~3 BEDROOM Footprint: 34.56 m2/372 sq ft Floor area: 69.12 m2/744 sq ft

~4 BEDROOM Footprint: 34.56m2/372sq ft Floor area: 86.4 m2/930 sq ft


CLUSTER EXAMPLES PHASE 1

Poles planted as infrastructure.

PHASE 2

PHASE 3

PHASE 4

Homeowners build houses on their Homeowners build amenities remaining Poles fully utilized to build houses purchased poles and outdoor spaces. poles/gaps.

SCENARIO 1: RESIDENTIAL

SCENARIO 2: BUSINESS 1

SCENARIO 3: BUSINESS 2

SCENARIO 4: PUBLIC

1 : 100 Group model

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Fisherman village

Reed indulstry village

Wetland hostel

Ding village

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Ding Village House 5 bedrooms house

Shop 1

Shop 2

Wetland hostel

4 bedrooms 2 floors house

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Restaurant platform


Reed industry workers’ houses 2 bedrooms house

Restaurant platform

Fisherman villagers’ Houses 2 bedrooms 2 floors house

Fishing deck

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Tectonics Reed as an insulation material

The existing reed beds in Nam Sang Wa can be harvested for building construc creation of new industries relating to re

Stalk Hardness makes it water and sun r Tiny Ducts Constributes towards durabi Air Pipe Creates air cavity contributing

Reed roof con 25% slope, 30c Angle of slope Roof-thatchin and training c Can be place

Reed board rigid ins • Ecological mater chemical bonding with wire. • W a t e r p r o o f + i n surface=possibility

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Piling foundations will b as a planning mechan because it has the low and also has a smooth terials (considering the

• Stronger than wood o • Corrosion resistant, im • Resistant to insect an • Can be drilled, cut wood • Lightweight: easy to

1:50 structure model- 3-bay 2 floors with balcony

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1 : 1 Reed panel wall mock up

ai that are growing on abandoned fish ponds ction. This also provides the opportunity for the eed.

resistant ility g towards good sound and heat insulation

nstruction (Thatched) cm thick, life span 15-20 years. e critical to life span* ng requires skilled labour, jobs can be introduced. ed directly on roof structure

sulation rial produced without g material, fixed together

nsulation+aesthetic y of single make up?

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be first planted into the site nism. CFP is chosen mainly west environmental impact her surface than other mae ease for construction).

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SHELL GAME

Mixed-use Podium and Tower 09/2012-11/2012 Master of Architecture Studio, Semester 1 26


The research-based design studio will seek to develop innovations in the overall organization and design of mixed use(residential + commercial) buildings in Hong Kong. I research of shell or skin of the building and work inward through various scales to rethink the overall building. As the name suggests, the project keeps considering how the facade can play a significant role in organizing,distributing and accommodating different program requirements. RESEARCH Starting from case study on existing commercial and residential buildings at Shueng Wan, all the projects of this semester are exploring connections between facades and programs, so that we can figure out from the outside what happens inside, behind the facade. STAGE 1 This stage focused on combination of these two elements and programs on a two-facades building. Firstly, the design was exploring for flexible space for two programs and transform of facade. Then I turn to be more interested in how the two programs perform on the facade and how the two typologies transit.

SCHEME A

SCHEME B

The two buildings both have structures pop out of the facades, so this sheme is looking at combination of these two geometries

incept horizontal irrugular grid using component from building A

variously scale the component from building B

Irregular grid using component from building A

incept component from building B for large opening and another program

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STAGE 2 SCHEME A

SCHEME B

SCHEME C

Several studies were doing on 3 dimensions of the openings, width, height and thickness of facade, and some parametric strategies were used to realize the transition idea. The irregular and curvy grid with an inconsistent thickness of facade worked well at this stage for 2 facades.

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SATEGE 3

4 FACADES

SCHEME A

SCHEME B

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The final project set the hybrid to an exact site at Shueng Wan which means need deep consideration about the topography and context.

The site is surrounded by a series of skyscrapers on almost 3 sides, which is the reason I chose to use solar analysis as a strategy to control the thickness of faรงade.

The form of hybrid did not keep sharp corners and twist in order to response to the context.

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Retail Podium-Ground Floor & Site Plan

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Program VS. Facades HIGH ZONE-RESIDENTIAL

Private and multiple options The distance between walls and windows width are getting smaller at the high zone of the tower. People will get more tiny rooms for daily life, and more rooms available , which means more options for customers.

MIDDLEOFFICE/RESIDENTIAL MIXED USE

The direction of opennings By facing a series of various views to the context, the space bewteen curtain wall and railing of balcoony may have several options.

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In this the flo gener is strai are a other. regula use.

The low zone, which are more accessable and closer to the public, can bu used as commercial office. The various width of curtain wall will be good space for different requirements of multiple use and among several scale of companies, such as meeting room or office. 32


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The wall system is reflected by the calculation result of solar analysation.

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At the higher midle part of the tower almost the top level of the atrium , public and sharing space will give people more inspiration, as well as mixed-use. Activities and connections may happen frequently.

s part of the building, oor slabs dont twist, the ral shape of the tower ight, so the room scales almost equal with each which provide more ar rooms for commercial

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LANDSCAPE SEAMER

Large-span structure design 03/ 2010- 06/ 2010 Undergraduate Studio, Year 4

In memorial of the Duoluo street, which has served academic students for more than 10 years and been tore down in ruins during only 1 year, a pavilion will be built. Through generations, young people rendered their energy to the street and spent life at here.The street itself, facing the Taozi Lake and near the Fenghuang Hill, was gifted with variable spaces. In this project, I try to build up an interactive relationship between people and the buildings, which could offer different experience by walking.

Yuelue Mountain Fenghuang Hill

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Where it was and what had been like?

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The street was embraced by the Fenghuang Hill and Taozi Lake, located between the two universities, among several communities, and surrounding by two main roads of the city.

HUNAN UNIVERSITY

Active Hours Late Night Entertainment Customers Restaurant Customers

Elderly Residents

School Age Children

Residents

Tourists Retail/ Service Customers

Academic Students

GENERAL SECTION

Fenghuang Hill

residents’ houses

duoluo street

taozi lake

mainroad 2

Xiangjiang river 35


Prototype As one of major commercial types, the refreshments attracted thousands of people everyday. And most of the popular shops contained underneath their tents. The shape of tents were very extra to catch people’s attention. And the experience of being under the tents is quite easy for people to recall their happy memory of gathering with friends.

Sparse

Middle

Dense

Roof Studies

Glass Slice

In this project, the roof is a crucial construction. When sunlight go through the roof covered by glass and shine in, the shadows will transform with time passing.

Vertical Cable

Therefore, the density of cables in the roof, will directly impact on the space experience.

Parallel Cable

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Massing Studies

SCHEMATIC 3

SCHEMATIC 4

SCHEMATIC 5

SCHEMATIC 6

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Entrance Hall

1st Floor Plan 38

2nd Floor Plan


Exhibition Hall

Prefabrication & Modeling As an irreplaceable part of large-span project, the model making is well considered from start:

Cut a series of sections, and sort them in to groups as the bone. Then extract the frames and cables Use the intersection points to help locating them.

BONE

ROOF

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Detail joint Cable Fixing Constructure Diagram

Standoffs

Connection Board Upper Anchor

Made-up Cable

Stainless steel Pipe

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training room

meeting room

break lounge

directors office area

sales office wellness facility

restaurant/ bar

BAUHAUS+THE BHS exhibition

2F

4F

3F

5F

exhibition employees entrance

loading storage / ME

reception / meeting room cafeteria BAUHAUS exhibition

main entrance

office area+wellness area

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exhibition area reception area sales office area business wellness area directors office area service / BOH

3350 550 1640 1480 750 1780

-Preliminary Design total floor area above ground 9520㎡

The first theme of this project is how to create a landmark. We propose 2 schemes with OUTSTANDING“FORMS and SILOUHETTE“ , using OUTSTANDING BUILDING MATERIAL. The mountain-like silhouette will be recognized from the distance from the highway.Since the surrounding area is widely sparse, we suggest to build up to the maximum height, 24m.

+24.00m

exhibition

main entrance

cafeteria

BAUHAUS FURNITURE MUSEUM

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office area+wellness area

exhibition

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section A (main entrance)

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exhibition +24.00m

+24.00m

+24.00m 5F (3.75m) 4F (3.75m) 3F (3.75m) 2F (3.75m) 1F (5.50m)

section B (longditudinal)

office area+wellness area

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1 :50 roof study model DIVERSITY OF USAGE Ceramic tile is the most traditional and unique building material originated in China From the old days, ceramic tiles were used not only for conventional roofings, but also in many unique ways. We think that the material has a high potential to create a strong and unique design, even in this modern time.

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN: THE “BREATHING” CERAMIC TILE EXTERIOR WALL

closed (CW/ roof)

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RAISED OPENING

the “raised“ curtainwall create the openings close to the ground level and the water.

opened (louvers)

2 GRADATIONAL OPENING

Ceramic tile has high performance in climatic protection, and by adding the system to let the skin to be opened in various ways, the building itself will become a modern environmental design, using a traditional material.

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NOVATIS CANTEEN DEVELOPMENT DESIGN Novatis R&D Institute, Shanghai

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CHINA SOUTH CITY Conceptual Urban Design

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LONGGANG SOUTH & NORTH Conceptual Urban Design

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ZENG ANPEI PRACTICAL EXPERENCE

BORN

RESUME

July 2013- August 2013 Aedas Hong Kong, Internship

Dec, 2012-Jan, 2013 Wang Weijien Architecture,Hong Internship May 2012- August 2012 Kengo Kuma and Associates Internship

27 Oct. 1987

ADDRESS

Sep. 2011- Apr. 2012 Urbanus Achitecture & Design In Internship

Sai Yin Pun, Hong Kong

EMAIL & TEL.

July, 2011- Sep. 2011 Shanghai W&R Architecture & P Internship

Sep. 2010- Dec. 2010 Urban Planning & Design Institute Internship

anpeizeng@msn.cn +852 67710358 +86 18207676801

EDUCATION

Sep.2012- Jun. 2014 Master of Architecture, The University of Hong Kong Sep. 2006- Jun. 2011 Bachelor of Engineering Major in Urban Planning Faculty of Architecture, Hunan University


g Kong

Planning Co., Ltd.

e of Shenzhen

AutoCAD Revit Rhino+Grasshopper Sketchup Maxwell+V-ray+KeyShot Ecotect+ArcGIS Adobe Creative Suit

2009 Scholarship of Hunan University 2008 Merit Student in Arts Practicum 2007 Scholarship of Hunan University

HOBBIES

2011 Tianan 路 Shuishi Scholarship for Students of Faculty of Architcture, Hunan University

LANGUAGES

AWARDS

2013 Commendation Entries Design Competition for Tai O Twin Bridges (Open Group of Yim Tin)

TO BE FULFILLED

SOFTWARE SKILL

nc., Shenzhen

A promissing future comes from every endeavour at every moment.

Chinese Mandarin English Cantonese

Watercolor Freehand sketches Photography Video Editing


ZENG ANPEI Master of Architecture, The University of Hong Kong Email: anpeizeng@msn.cn Tel: +852 67710358 +86 18207676801

ZENG Anpei Portfolio  

Portfolio for interviews in July 2014.

ZENG Anpei Portfolio  

Portfolio for interviews in July 2014.

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