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Chung-Kuang Chao

Professors, Philip Parker Chris Kroner

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CHUNG-KUANG CHAO

Phone:917 345 5532 Email:cchao514@pratt.edu

EDUCATION

JUNE 2011 ~ Master of Science, Architecture (Post-Professional), Pratt Institute SEPT 2002 ~ JUNE 2005 Bachelor of Dept. of Architecture, Tamkang University, Overall GPA 3.53 • Graduation Thesis Titled “Republic/ Re- public” concentrates on Urban Issue AUGUST 2000 ~ JUNE 2002 Dept. of Architecture, Feng Chia University, Overall GPA 3.5

EMPLOYMENT

NOV 2006 ~ NOV 2010 Senior Architect of HCW Architects & Planners • Urban Planning of Ilan Transition Station Area, 2005, In Process (Participated in SD) • Headquarter in Hubai, China, 2005, Finished (Participated in SD) • Pailung Co. Showroom Interior Design, Taipei, 2006, Finished (Project Coordinator) • Taipei Flower Auction Market, Taipei, 2007~ Present, Under Construction (Participated in Competition Stage, SD, DD, CD) • Pailung Co. Branding Promotion Guideline, 2006 ~2008, Finished (Project Coordinator) • Pailung Co. Office for R&D + Lab Interior Design, 2008, Finished (Project Coordinator) • Headquarter of Construction Co., Ltd., 2009, Finished (Participated in SD) • Taiwan Rail Station Competition Jhongli, 2010, In Process (Participated in SD)

JULY 2005 ~ OCT 2006 The Corporal of R.O.C Military Engineer (Obligation service) • In Charged of Taiwan Southern Military’s constructions SUMMER & WINTER 2004 Internship in HCW Architects & Planners • 2nd Prize of Jiou- Juang Community Center Competition Taipei, Taiwan (Participated in SD, Diagram, Final Presentation Layout) SUMMER & WINTER 2003 Internship in Jiahui Day Building Workshop • 2nd Prize of National Singang Senior High School of Arts Competition, Chiayi Taiwan (Participated in SD, Presentation Model Making)

EXTRA-CURRICULAR COLLEGIATE

JUNE 2005 Member of Department Student Group, involved in graduation exhibition SEPT 2001 ~ JUNE 2002 Class Representative, Dept. of Architecture, Feng Chia University

HONOR

2004 Scholarship of Taipei Engineering Department Company DEC 2001 Scholarship of First Prize in Class, Dept. of Architecture, Feng Chia University MAY 2001 Scholarship of Second Prize in Class, Dept. of Architecture, Feng Chia University


Water VIdeo 03:20 sec

The two directional waves pass through each other. Two waves intersect and wrap in different position and shape at each specific time frame.

Close to eye

03:22 sec

Far from eye

04:00 sec

04:02 sec

Line Drawing Waves at highest peak determined the hard line weight because it close to my vision. On the other hand, waves at lowest peak determined the light line weight because it is far from my vision. Also, it determined other line types in the same way. Variations of overlapping lines gave different directionality and intensity in real time.

High Peak

04:04 sec

Low Peak

Surfaces Lines

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Interval of time: 11 frames(about 0.5 sec) Through 03:20~04:06 (Total length: 18.22 sec)

Overlapping Lines

Tearable Area

Lines from highest peak to lowest peak was defined to most weak parts. Therefore, theses lines are defined tearable areas. Also, horizontal and vertical lines on surface determined structural grain orientation. Different intensity of each directions on the surface defined different strength degree.


Fashions’ Site Lines: Advertising in different scale, height, orientation are attractions on the site. Theses attractions are traced by visibility. (by using walking speed to draw points to outline the vision edges). Overlapping these areas to see boundaries change in specific period of time. Visibility area determined by walking speed (1m/sec) 1 block = 60m (1min)

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Boundary Lines View beneath the high line View beyond the high line


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Attraction Lines View beneath the high line View beyond the high line


Playing Surfaces: Operations/ Forces

Surface was given four opposite forces moved back and forth in rhythm.(at specific interval of time) Thus, the surface is compressed and stretched by pulling and pushing. In the mean- time, the scales of porosity changes with surface operation.

Generating the forces Changing the time of key frame in the same distance to create “velocity.�

At Frame 24/300

At Frame 48/300

At Frame 55/300

At Frame 96/300

Lifting

Pushing

Up-Force

Dn-Force Dn-Forces

Up-Forces

Dn-Forces

Up-Forces


At Frame 38

At Frame 42

At Frame 50

Aggregation Surfaces intersect with one another without collision make different level of platforms. Also, theses different levels of platforms changes in time. The surfaces will block passengers to pass through each other without porosity (such as a wall). On the other hand, the surfaces will allow passengers to pass through each other with porosity (such as doors or windows). Attraction Forces on the site

At Frame 38/300

At Frame 42/300

At Frame 50/300


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Program: Bodies/ Surfaces

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Sports field/ park; Runway for sports wearing; Outdoor photography (For commercial use)

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Vertical advertising becomes Multi-directional Advertising


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The High Line

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Surfaces intersect with one another at different height, hence each surface create spaces in between aggregations. Also, it provides some openings allow passengers to see through or pass through.

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Operative surfaces produce multi-directionality. It allows visibility, attractions and influences pass through each other.

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Object to Object: Path/ tube/ cave/ ramp Body to Body: Block/ Open Body to Object: wall/ door/ window/ door

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Continue

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Section 1 Wall

Roof

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Object to Object: Continuity

Different level of platforms

Ground shifting

Ground


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open Roof

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Connection

Ground

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Block

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Open

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Wall

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Section 10

Section 11



Pratt Institute Studio/ Summer 2011