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Chen Tang CV Work Samples 20 Sept ‘11 m +61422435919 e email@example.com
关于我 ABOUT ME After graduating from Bachelor of Architectural Studies in ‘09, I worked in a local Brisbane office for six months initially, then moved to work for two (2) large architectural firms in Shanghai for 1.5 years. My Shanghai experience led me to develop value understanding of various Chinese projects, ranging from competitions, to mixeduse and residential projects. My strongest architectural passion lies with commercial and mixed-use projects with a strong focus on sustainability. I am an adaptable, fast learner with a perfectionist’s attention to detail proven in previous employment. I can handle computer roles at a high level with ease, also being able to contribute to meetings, team bonding and miscellaneous roles. Teamwork is something I really appreciate... I work hard to maintain a positive outlook at all times in and outside of work. My experience, understanding & network in the China market could also be a great bonus to the team. I personally contributed to 6 of the 7 competition winning projects in my previous team in 2010/2011 gaining strong insight into the diverse needs of Chinese clients. My existing network in China can lead to future collaborators and projects. Thank you taking the time to consider my sample folio, I look forward to discussing how I could be a great addition your team in person. - 唐琛 Chen Tang
教育 EDUCATION Bachelor of Architectural Design University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia February 2007 – December 2009 技术 SKILLS COMPUTER Adobe Photoshop Indesign & Illustrator AutoCAD Sketchup Microsoft Powerpoint Word, Excel & Project Currently training in: Rhino 4.0 (inc. rendering plugins) Revit LANGUAGES English - native 中文 (Mandarin) - spoken fluently
工作经验 RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE Architectural Designer / Presentation Executive - ANS International Consulting Pty. Ltd. (~150 employees) Shanghai | August 2010 - August 2011 A wide range of roles, including: autocad, model making, image finding/adjustment/selection, client meetings, brainstorms & consulting with sub-contractors. Main role involved preparing digital and print presentations in Adobe Suite for most of the teams projects as well as for any other presentations, and some PR advertisements. Achievements: • Introduced Adobe Indesign to the team: - introduced team to fundamental Indesign principles - established master layouts for all presentations - on-going teaching and support • Contributed on six (6) winning competition submissions and one (1) runners up • Organised team-bonding holiday with Best Design of 2010 Award money • Choreography, music production (recording & mixing) for Annual Dinner
Intern - Architectural Design and Research Institute of Tongji University (500+ employees) Shanghai | May 2010 - August 2010 My internship here involved many assistant tasks such as translation for presentation documents, image finding and analysis diagrams. The main project I worked on was a large scale design competition involving 2 x 300m towers under Patrick Lenssen. This was by far the largest project I worked on up until that day and it was a great learning experience to participate on the resolution a project that size.
Draftsperson - Peter Wu and Associates’ Brisbane | October 2009 - May 2010 Documentation of single detached residential projects and townhouse developments ranging from 6 units to 50 houses in Archicad & Autocad. Other roles include meeting with clients to discuss changes/amendments & general admin tasks.
ä¸€. 16 PIER - PHASE 1 Competition - 1st Prize ANS September - December 2010 Bund, Shanghai The competitive brief involved a modern transformation of an old pier originated during the early settlements of Shanghai. Our proposal includes three (3) distinct functions, each allocated to its own platform. The ferry terminal on the ground level allows for maximal efficiency and corresponds most successfully to buoy regulations. The second platform is an extension of the bund promenade but includes more green space for the public. The top platform consisted of cultural elements, restaurants and kiosks, provides shading for the second platform, whilst its plan is shaped to direct views towards architectural sculptures in Pudong.
In order from top to bottom: Cultural Platform, Landscape Promenade, Terminal Facility renderings by rendering company
č´ĄçŒŽ CONTRIBUTION I worked on this project as part of a newly formed competition team, consisting of three (3) members including myself. This was a great learning opportunity as I got to work senior architects on a very linear level.
1-200 physical model - circulation analysis
Roles: conceptual input autocad & illustrator (plans & sections) photoshop presentation design (A3 booklets, A1 boards, all digital presentations) physical modelmaking image selection project text (English) 1-500 physical models illustrating conceptual progress
Photoshop & Illustrator over rhino model Rhino modelling by Vincent Gu
二. WUHAN PUBLIC SERVICE CENTRE Competition - 2nd Prize ANS November 2010 Wuhan, China Having only two (2) weeks to complete the submission, very definite design goals were established early in the design. The aim was to uninhibit the proposal from conventional schemes. Being a Chinese government building, it had to convey power and strength, we deviated from the standard monolith structure and focused on a solution incorporating a low-rise structure that still could convey the same feeling. We set out to convince the judges with case studies of worldfamous government buildings. Our idea revolved around a powerful forecourt and mountainous backdrop, with a smooth organic modern form.
final renderings result from communicating with sub-consultants in chinese
贡献 CONTRIBUTION I worked closely with a senior design architect and a chinese team, assisting with sub-consultants and presentation roles. Roles: autocad & illustrator (plans & sections) photoshop presentation design (A3 booklets, A1 boards, all digital presentations) image selection project text (English) case studies
site section (illustrator)
三. TIANJIN SHIPYARD Competition - 1st Prize ANS & Tandem January - February 2011 Tianjin, China 贡献 CONTRIBUTION The majority of the concept was done by Tandem over in the Melbourne office whilst the local team in Shanghai worked on the resolving the design to fit into chinese regulations. The biggest learning experience on this project was when I worked closely with both my director and James Murray (director) from Tandem over an intense two (2) days prior to the presentation. Whilst working closely with James, I was able to gain lots of new perspective into conceptual design as well as picking up some presentation ideas and techniques which I was able to use on latter projects at ANS.
sketchup model of final proposal
Roles: photoshop & illustrator (analysis) A3 booklet & powerpoint presentation A0 boards tweaking image selection project text (English) sketchup model preliminary location analysis diagrams
renderings by rendering artist
ĺ››. 16 PIER - PHASE 2 Competition - 1st Prize ANS February - July 2011 Bund, Shanghai After the conclusion of the phase 1 competition, the clients acquired a further 3 blocks of land behind the 16 pier site. The brief was changed based on feedback from the government and now has to integrate the new acquired land. The design began from scratch but retaining key ideas from the first phase competition. After a series of meetings and feedback from the client the final design was realised. The new 16 pier would consist of only two platforms; the ground level still being the terminal (with a multilevel circulation system to the basement). The cultural and landscape elements are fused into the first floor creating a promenade extension from the existing bund with various public facilities and cultural motifs. Sky bridges and an underground plaza link the pier and buildings behind.
In order from top to bottom: view from Pudong, night perspective, views of boardwalk renderings by rendering company
景观设计 Landscape Design Green Space 绿色景观
Observation tower 瞭望塔
Table of Contents 01
Integrated Development 联动开发方案
Independent Development 独立开发方案
16 Pier Phase 2 Project Xinheping and 596 Project
Design Specification 设计说明
Culture Space 文化交流
10 14 28
39 84 111
景观设计 Landscape Design
Observation tower 瞭望塔
贡献 CONTRIBUTION Amphitheatre 露天广场
The 16 team grew much larger for this second round of competition as the workload and technical requirements rose. Due to other simultaneous projects’ demands, everyone’s roles became more specific.
Overall Concept 整体概念
规划目标 Strategy Bubble Diagram
HOLISTIC PLANNING OF 16 PIER AND XINHEPING/596 SITES TO MAXIMISE MUTUAL BENEFITS 十六铺二期，新和平及596的联动开发使得公 共性，功能效益最大化
Roles: autocad & illustrator (plans & sections) photoshop presentation design (A3 booklets & digital presentations) logo design image selection project text (English)
Green Space 绿色景观
人流 Pedestrian Circulation
THE DESIGN INCORPORATES A NEW VISION OF CITYSCAPES. THE LANDSCAPE PLATFORM IS A CONTINUATION OF THE BUND PROMENADE YET WITH ITS OWN INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS
安检 Security Check
排队 Queue 候船 Wait
ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE DESIGN (LEED STANDARDS) 符合国际 LEED 标准的绿色环保建筑
TERMINAL FACILITY DESIGN STRIVE FOR MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY.
更多候船 More waiting
CULTURAL ELEMENTS INCORPORATED INTO DESIGN TO LEAVE LEGACY OF 16 PIER’S PAST
送客登船 大巴流线 Bus flow for departure 临时停靠 Bus stand 接客下船 大巴流线 Bus flow for arrival 临时停靠 Bus stand 登船流线 Embarkment 下船流线 Disembarkment | 11
整体概念 Overall Concept
地面层人流 Ground Level Pedestrian Circulation
Extension of the Bund and the public terrace
Gate B 登船
Gate C 登船口 D
Stretch the public space over the site
Enlarge the public space vertically into the tower
PUBLIC SPACE 送客登船 大巴流线 接客下船 大巴流线 登船流线 下船流线 候船厅 售票厅
Bus flow for departure Bus flow for arrival Embarkment Disembarkment Waiting Area Ticket Office | 50
selection of pages from A3 booklet (Indesign)
äş”. XUHUI PLAZA Competition - result pending ANS June - July 2011 Xuhui, Shanghai
Our proposal integrates commercial space, leisure space and green space into one concentrated area. Two architectural styles are transfused in the design. The old shanghai lilong facade found in the lower levels of the design creates maximum street elevation; thus more retail exposure. The upper level consist of contemporary open plan office spaces which can be subdivided and leased these spaces are interlinked via pedestrian bridges.
cover page illustration added context in Photoshop with illustrator effects over a very basic rendering
The proposal focuses on highlights five (5) key features: 1) a multi-functional square 2) unique key building 3) contemporary shopping street 4) intimate alleyways 5) active rooftops
renderings to illustrate project context final tweaks in photoshop. original renderings by rendering guy
贡献 CONTRIBUTION My roles were strictly presentation due to high demands on other simultaneous projects. I assisted the design architecture in charge of the project with presentation aspects ranging from format of the book, drawing plans, sectional perspectives and illustrations... Roles: autocad & illustrator (plans & sections) photoshop presentation design (A3 booklets, A1 boards, all digital presentations) image selection
sectional perspective photoshop adding simple context & shades to 3d rhino model rhino modelling by Vincent Gu
二层 餐饮 2F FOOD & BEVERAGE
三层 会议厅 3F CONFERENCE ROOM
few selected plans drawn in autocad, exported to illustrator for lineweights & hatching
section break illustration Photoshop collage of all renderings. renderings by rendering guy
大一 FIRST YEAR
site model & sections
大二 SECOND YEAR
broad context map
Parking Day 2009
fred schonell bridge project masterplan
大三 THIRD YEAR
Section cut parallel to North
Double skin cavity vent
Double Skin Facade System - larger panels on outside layer and small panels on inside Larger beams and columns exposed in foyer space
Ceiling is tampered at foyer spaces to create a threshold and link with outside Atrium space in main entry foyer Double Skin facade ends above Undercroft level as it is already well protected by scattered shade from trees and other elements The overhang required for the outside curtain wall skin also creates a threshold
Double skin cavity vent
Atrium space in main entry foyer
Atrium space in main entry foyer
Double storey height entrance foyer
Chiller Plant Room
eye level perspectives
street level perspectives
Thank you for your consideration.
Chen Tang m +61422435919 e firstname.lastname@example.org