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XINGLIANG(CINDY) TONG Master of Landscape Architecture Master of Urban Planning Texas A&M University

portfolio 2010 - 2014


XINGLIANG TONG ASLA, LEED Green Associate

Address: Apt 1606, 2400 Central Park Ln., College Station, TX 77840

Cell: 979.204.5233

SKILLS

EDUCATION

Software Highly proficient: ArcGIS, AutoCAD, LandF/X, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Google SketchUp, Microsoft Office

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX Master of Landscape Architecture (GPA: 3.9/4.0 ) Master of Urban Planning (GPA: 3.7/4.0) Certificate of Sustainable Urbanism

Familiar: Lumion, Rhino+Grasshopper, Civil 3D Language Mandarin and English

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE EDSA Landscape Architecture Summer Intern May. 2013 - Aug. 2013 EDSA, Fort Lauderdale, FL • Completed pre-design site analysis and post-design 3D modeling for a largescale international resort planning project • Prepared Comprehensive diagrams, case studies, character images, and edited booklet for presentation • Drafted design details and compiled design development package • Translated correspondences, drawings, and outreach materials City of Austin Planning Intern May 2011 - Aug. 2011 Planning and Development Review Dept., City of Austin, TX • Researched regulations, codes, and plans to provide support for multiple stages of transportation review • Performed transportation completeness check of new development permit applications • Actively involved in the review process collaborating with engineers, ADA specialists, developers, and city officials. Dec. 2009 - Apr. 2010 CAUPD Planning Intern China Academy of Urban Planning & Design, Beijing, China • Collected, processed demographic data to evaluate China’s urbanization rate • Provided technical support for GIS-related applications

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Email: cindybox.33@gmail.com

May 2014 Aug. 2012

Beijing Normal University(BNU), Beijing, China B.S. in Urban Planning& Resource Management (GPA: 3.6/4.0)

June. 2010

OTHER WORKING EXPERIENCE Graduate Assistant Jan. 2013 - Present Confucius Institute at Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

• Designed 30+ flyers, reports, website slides, etc., for cultural extension activities • Collaborated with American and Chinese colleagues on planning and marketing for a series of cultural outreach programs Dec. 2011 - Dec. 2012 Graduate Research Assistant Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center, College Station, TX • Assisted professors to research the impact of hurricane on business recovery • Led a team of 10+ for the preparation of survey delivery • Designed and managed databases to store and process survey data • Applied extensive GIS and statistic tools for analysis

AWARD LAUP Department Competitive Scholarship LAUP Department China Study Scholarship

2010 - 2012 2013 - 2014


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Kungang 1939 ........................................................................ Community Development

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Kunming, Yunan, China

Shaxi Holistic Wellness Resort .................................................. Resort Planning and Design

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Activista (ULI Hines Student Design Competition) ........................... Urban Redevelopment

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Chunghua Education Center ...................................................... Campus Design

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Flowing Garden ....................................................................... High-end Residential Design

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EDSA Internship ........................................................................ Intern Charettee, Site Analysis, 3D Modeling, Detail Revision

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Construction Drawing .................................................................... 3D Modeling(GIS) ........................................................................ 3D Modeling(Rhino+Grasshopper) ................................................. Art .............................................................................................

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Shaxi, Yunnan,China

Minneapolis, MN

Malacca, Malaysia

Bryan, TX

Fort Lauderdale, FL


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KUNGANG 1939 [studio project] 8/2013 - 12/2013 Site: Kunming, Yunan Type: Groupwork (5 members) Size: 117 acre

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Project Description

Responsibility

Kungang is a historical industrial factory located in the suburb of Kunming, capital city of Yunan, China. The design challenges us to adaptively reuse existing buildings, to effectively revitalize this area, to innovatively rebuild its identity, and to integrate healthyliving principals into planning and design.

Design Programming Some Analysis Graphics Individual Design of the Senior Healthy-living Community


KUNGANG 1939

Site Location

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Site Analysis

Slopeness

Building Footprint

Explore Design Alternatives Green System

Water System

Circulation

Elevation

Land Coverage

Commericial Center`

Residential Density

Building Height Treatment of Factory Buildings

Part of the graphics are created by teammates

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KUNGANG 1939 The senior community features a mountain-living environment where the site is well integrated with the topography.

Individual Site Plan

Preliminary Mater Plan

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Biggest challenge of the site design is the 30% slope from the roadway to the central location of the site. But it also provides a unique opportunity to bring the residents magnificent view overlooking the whole master plan site. It allows the designer to come up with the flowering passage concept, where a continuous channel of falling water, a series of ramps and steps, and a wide variety of local vegetation are blended to bring a multi-sensory experience.

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Master Plan is a team effort

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Legend

Individual Preliminary Site Plan

Falling Water Creek 3 Flowering Terrace 4 Blooming Passage

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Welcoming Pavilion

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Fresh Thinking Path

Fresh Plaza centered music fountain Amphitheater 9 Community Center 7 8

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Water Sitting Place

Community Garden Cuisine Pavilion 13 Sky Walk 14 Multi-functional Hall 11

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KUNGANG 1939 Grading Concept

Grading Strategy

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Predeisgn: 30% slope

After design: ramp + stairs

Provide pedestrians with alternatives to take either ramps or steps

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8% ramp 5% slope path flowering terrace > 10%

Preliminary modeling

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steps

1894.15 ADA route

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KUNGANG 1939

Community Garden

Fresh Plaza

Flowing Path

Art Slope 1

Pergola

Steps

Entryway to community

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Art Wall

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Blooming Passage

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Blooming passage intersects with ADA ramp

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KUNGANG 1939

View towards community center and fresh plaza

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KUNGANG 1939

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Sitting under canopy by steel fountain

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SHAXI HOLISTIC WELLNESS RESORT

[MLA Final Study] 8/2013 - Current

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Ancient Tea and Horse Trail Theme Park

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Vista Dock Wetland Ecological Living Wellness Club Tri-religion Worship Hall Ancient Battle Field Theme Park

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Site: Shaxi Historic Town, Yunan, China Type: Groupwork (4 members) Size: 334.8 acre

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Project Description

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As the only surviving trade center along the historic Tea and Horse Caravan Trail, Shaxi boasts for its stunning historic buildings, rich ethnic culture, diverse religions, and undisturbed beauty of nature. The project is to provide a master plan for a resort that is built upon Shaxi’s cultural, historical, and ecological uniqueness.

GOALS

provide

competitive tourism products

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ecological integrity

improve

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the locality the life quality of the place of local people

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Responsibility

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Design Programming Economic Anlaysis Research on Shaxi Culture Individual Design of Wellness Island

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Riverfront Trail Bai Ethnic Manor Organic Farm New Village Bai Garden Community Center European Manor Water Treatment Station Community Center Chenghuang Temple Elementary School Senior Housing Modern Bai Village Student Apartment

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enhance

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Clay Art Wall Hot Balloon Camp RV Camping Site Horse Riding Experience Park

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SHAXI HOLISTIC WELLNESS RESORT Suitability Layering Analysis

Ethnic Commerical Wellness Center New Village

Elevation

Function Zone

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Individual Design Concept Sketch(marker)

Theme Park Organic Farm

Slopeness Green System

Wellness Center Runoff

Wetland Living Water System

Floating Islands

Chapel

Existing Landuse

Riverfront Villa Building Height Zoning

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SHAXI HOLISTIC WELLNESS RESORT

Individual Site Plan

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Systems Green Space

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Building Footprint

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Reception Courtyard Main Deck Wetland Living(standard rooms) Dining Center Outdoor Dining Island Townhouse Infinity Pool Club Cafe/Bar Riverfront Plaza Wellness Center Spa Clusters Therapic Education Center Multi-religion Worship Hall Riverview Villa

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Water System

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Spa Pavillion

Entry Gate

Wetland Living

Crop Field Terrace

Spa

Courtyard

SHAXI HOLISTIC WELLNESS RESORT

Main Deck

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Riparian Zone

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Infinity Pool

Outdoor Lounge

Outdoor Dining

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Club Cafe

Inifinity Pool and Pavillion

Spa/ Therapic Center

Outdoor Spa

Welllness Center

Gym

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WetlandSHAXI LivingHOLISTIC 02 WELLNESS RESORT Preliminary Perspectives

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SHAXI HOLISTIC Cuisine Island WELLNESS RESORT

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ACTIVISTA

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[2013 Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition] 1/14/2013 - 1/28/2013 Site: Minneapolis, MN Type: Groupwork (5 members) Size: ~ 30 acre

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Project Description

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The construction of a new Viking Stadium is expected to bring new life to the currently underdeveloped Downtown East of Minneapolis. Our team envisioned a community that centered the “activista� core, where a comprehensive combination of activites were carefully proposed and located to fit into the complex context and to meet the diverse market demands. Green corridors were proposed to make essential connections to the riverfront and to serve as the missing piece in the regional green system.

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Master Planning and rendering Design of Activista Plaza Perspective Renderings

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Activista Plaza

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Sloped Roof Garden

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Cuisine Plaza

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Community Courtyard

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Tailgate Field

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Herb Garden

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Bike Rental W/ Green Roof

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Vista Roof Garden

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Community Park

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Community Garden

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Ped-friendly Zone

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Armory Botanic Garden

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Light Rail Transit Stop

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Activista plaza provide seasonal fun

ACTIVISTA

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Phasing Landmark Hotel

Phase I

Phase One transforms the mixed-use two extend the development along Anchor the central Core(2015 - 2018)Phase COMMUNITY node of LRT station at the Portland Avenue and creates sufficient parking intersection of Park avenue and 4th street by improving the pedestrian and bicycle access and introducing a COMMUNITY scale public plaza. This phase includes:

Offices

provision along 3rd Street. Development at this phase includes

Landmark Hotel

- Retail Plaza at block L which also includes bicycle parking space.

Parking

- One Parking structure at Block M and another on block D. - Two mixed-use (retail/Commercial/office) on block N.

Phase three completes the build-out around Grand Core and extends the development on block P, Q , R and O which includes - Market rate, SRO and affordable housing on block P, Q, R -Office building on block O

- Two mixed-use buildings on block G and K to accommodate pedestrian scale coffee shops, sports-souvenior shops, restaurants, small scale Gymnasium etc.

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Phase two extend the development along Portland Avenue and creates sufficient parking provision along 3rd Street. Development at this phase includes - One Parking structure at Block M and another on block D. - Two mixed-use (retail/Commercial/office) on block N.

Birdeye View

n block F (500

-use at the 4th street

-Two mixed-use building (retail/commercial and housing on block F and I.

Phase three completes the build-out around Grand Core and extends the development on block P, Q , R and O which includes - Market rate, SRO and affordable housing on block P, Q, R -Office building on block O

Phase One transforms the mixed-use COMMUNITY node of LRT station at the intersection of Park avenue and 4th street by improving the pedestrian and bicycle access and introducing a COMMUNITY scale public plaza. This phase includes:

Perspective towards tailgate field

- One parking Structure at block B (500 parking space)

Phase II

Extend thetheservice (2022 - 2024) Phase two extend development along Portland Avenue and creates sufficient parking provision along 3rd Street. Development at this phase includes

Offices Housing/ Retail

Housing/ Retail Landmark Hotel

- One Parking structure at Block M and another on block D. - Two mixed-use (retail/Commercial/office) on block N.

- Retail Plaza at block L which also includes bicycle parking space.

Parking

Phase three completes the build-out around Grand Core and extends the development on block P, Q , R and O which includes - Market rate, SRO and affordable housing on block P, Q, R -Office building on block O

- Two mixed-use buildings on block G and K to accommodate pedestrian scale coffee shops, sports-souvenior shops, restaurants, small scale Gymnasium etc. -Two mixed-use building (retail/commercial and housing on block F and I. - One parking Structure at block B (500 parking space)

Phase two extend the development along Bird’s Portland Avenue and creates sufficient parking Native Plant provision along 3rd Street. Development at this

Double Wall System

Phase III

Eye View

Complete the plan (2019 - 2021) Phase three completes the build-out around Grand Core and extends the development on block P, Q , R and O which includes

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CHUNGHUA EDUCATION CENTER

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[Studio Work with Real Client] 9/2012 - 12/2012

Entry Plaza

Teaching Zone

SITE: Malacca, Malaysia TYPE: Groupwork(7 members) Size: ~ 20acre

P Pond

Master’s House Retreat

Guest House Meditation Zone Living Zone

Project Description The design is to create a master plan to showcase the campus for Chung Hua Cultural Education Centre for advanced education in the traditional Chinese culture for teachers from all over the world. To propose an environmentalfriendly place that reflects the philosophy of the institution for future masters in learning, meditation, recreation and living a peaceful life.My individual design focuses on the entry plaza and administration courtyard. I wanted to build a sense of arrival for visitors, as well as to provide semi-public spaces to accomodate private talking and resting for visitors and staff.

Responsibility Colloborate with the rest of the team on all phases of design from conceptual to individual design; Conduct individual design for the entry plaza and courtyard

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Master Plan is a team effort


Welcoming

CHUNGHUA CHUnGHUA EDUCATION EdUCATion CENTER CEnTER

Parterre Gate

Guanyin Statue

Wisdom Wall

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Lotus Pond

Administrative Courtyard

Passage paved with waving pattern

Stairway

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CHUNGHUA EDUCATION CENTER

Perspective of the Entry

Perspective of the Courtyard

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Perspective of the Guanyin Plaza


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FLOWING GARDEN [Studio Project with Real Client] 11/2011 - 12/2011 Site: Bryan, TX Type: individual work Size: ~ 2 acre

Project Description

Design Process

The site of this residential project is close to downtown Bryan. Targeted customers are young professionals that prefer urban living. The design intends to integrate healthy-living principles into site design. And the layout incorporates a series of gardens with distinct themes to physically, socially, and spiritually engage residents into the living here.

Site Inventory and Analysis Case Study Design Programming Concept Design Site Design Modeling Perspective, section rendering Documentation

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FLOWING GARDEN

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FLOWING GARDEN

FLOWING GARDEN

Roof Garden

Bird-eye View

Fountain Path Rain Garden

Site Plan

Community Farm

Jogging Trail

Swimming Pool

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Design Systems


Roof Garden

FLOWING GARDEN

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Outdoor Dining Room

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INTERNSHIP: CHARRETTE

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[one week intern charrette] 5/20/2013 - 5/24/2013

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Site: Fort Lauderdale Beach, FL Type: Groupwork (5 members) Size: ~40 acre

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The weeklong charettee highlights a site located in between the Fort Lauderdale intercoastal waterway and the Central Beach. Even though it is just steps from the popular beach, it is currently underdeveloped and largely ignored by the public. Five of us interns from around the globe were to propose a series of strategies to revitalize this area and to transform it into an attractive destination for both local residents and tourists. Major strategies we came up include:

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Create an central pedestrian corridor to bring people from the beach; 2. Open up the waterfront by Intercoastal for entertaining and commericial actitives; 3. Establish visually attractive landmark; 4. Incorporate stormwater BMPs(Best Management Practices) into site planning and design.

Design Programming Concept diagram Master Planning & Rendering Part of the Section Drawings Master Plan Presentation

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Main Road Entry Plaza Welcome Center Park Parking Structure Riverfront Restaurant Amphitheatre Open Space Ferris Wheel

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Dock Retail Corridor Riverfront Park Riverfront Plaza Sculpture Plaza Art Plaza Rain Garden

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Art Promenade Secondary Street W/ Angle Parking Jogging Trail Sculpture Garden Botanical Garden Main Green Way

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Concept Bubble

Site Plan Zoom-in

INTERNSHIP: CHARRETTE

Enlargement of the promenade

Section of the Promenade

Section of the Promenade

Perspective of the Promenade entry

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INTERNSHIP: SITE ANALYSIS AND MODELING

SketchUp Topography Modeling

Civic 3D Analysis Elevation

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Aspect

Combined

Slope


Responsibility: Create detail enlargement Modify detail based on updated plan Dimension

INTERNSHIP: DD REVISION

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Layout Plan 71'-11"

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4" THICK 0.5" DIAMETER PEA GRAVEL 10" - 12" THICK 4" DIAMETER GRAVEL

1'-4"

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Rain Garden

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381"

3.0

1/2"

1/2"

WM

3/4" 1/2"

1/4" 1/2"

Sign

2"

8" 7'

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Mixed-Use Center Living Wall

2 X 8 JOIST

2HURRICANE X 8 JOIST BRACES HURRICANE BRACES 6 x 12 TIMBER BEAMS PRESSURE

8"

Section of Brick Veneer Wall Pier 381"

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1-12 " Type K Copper Connets to 1" Water Meter Static Pressure 76 psi

Handrail

Texas A&M University Landscape Architecture LAND 331/614 Spring 2013

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 8"

2'-1"

Langford Drive

Covered Patio

# 3 REBAR FOR REINFORCEMENT CONCRETE FOOTING

6" PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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Irrigation Plan

Scale 3/4"=1'-0"

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

Mixed Use Center Planting Plan

1"=20'-0"

Section of Brick Veneer Wall Pier

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(7) AP 10 gal

Drawn By:

2'-1"

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

(4) CD 15 gal

Texas A&M University Landscape Architecture LAND 331/614 Spring 2013

# 4 REBAR 36" O.C.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

(1) AR 10 gal

# 3 REBAR FOR REINFORCEMENT CONCRETE FOOTING

1'

Drawn By:

6"

2"

(4) DT 10 gal

GALVANIZED WALL TIES EVERY THIRD COURSING

4"

(34) PP2 1 gal

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

2"

(1) EV2 1 gal

(34) PP2 1 gal

# 4 REBAR 36" O.C.

2"

(26) AT2 1 gal

(34) SL 1 gal

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

(916) AI2 flat

1'-1"

(9) ANI QUA 3 gal

GALVANIZED WALL TIES EVERY THIRD COURSING

CMU WALL

6"

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Mixed-Use Center Living Wall

Handrail Covered Patio

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Sign

VENEER BRICK

4"

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(2) CD 15 gal (4) IV 5 gal

6"

1"

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

(1) AT2 1 gal

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

(1) AR 10 gal

(2) DT 10 gal

CMU WALL

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

(4) EA 15 gal

2%

1'-1"

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

2"

2%

Planting Plan

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

2"

1'-5"

Scale 3/4"=1'-0"

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3D MODELING(GIS, RHINO+GRASSHOPPER) GIS 3D Visualization

Visualization of Water System

Visualization of Building Height and Well Depth

Trail

Locating Trail Route on Topography

Dam

Visualization of Flooding Condition

(Intern Work) Compare Deepest Slope and Existing Stream

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Parametric Modeling: Rhino+Grasshopper


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ART

PAINTING

GRAPHIC DESIGN

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Xingliang Tong

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