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LIN PEI JU

INFINITE ADVENTURE


LIN PEI JU +886-931135475 danika_lin@yahoo.com.tw

EDUCATION Sep 2013Jun 2018 Taichung, Taiwan Jan 2017Jul 2017 Madrid, Spain

TungHai University Bachelor of Architecture Exchange/CEU San Pablo Universidad

Architecture Design. RCR Studio Visit. Urban Design. Life drawing

EXPERIENCE Oct 2018Dec 2019 Taipei, Taiwan

Designer/Bio-architecture Formosana (BAF) Competition. Schematic Design. Design Developement. Model Making.

Sep 2016Jan 2017

Students' Association of Department

Oct 2016Dec 2016

Interdepartmental Communication X'mas Workshop: Department of Architecture, Art and Music

Editor of Department Periodical

Team Leader of Design Group Jul 2016Aug 2016 Tokyo, Japan Jul 2015Aug 2015 Tainan, Taiwan Jun 2015Jul 2015 Jul 2014 Yunlin, Taiwan

Internship/SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

Schematic Design. Interior Design. Design Developement. Exhibition Preparing. Model Making. Photograpghy

Internship/Atelier Buffalo

Wooden Work/Community Kitchen

THU Architecture Experience Camp for High School Students Team Leader of Design Group

Volunteer/Architecture Experience Camp ''Nesting'' for Elementary School Students, Humanistic Education Foundation Design Instructor

May 2014 Taichung, Taiwan

Community Construction Workshop : Brick, Timber and Stone

Team work/Wooden Furniture

EXHIBITION Nov 2019

Being Nature : The Biological Intelligence of Bio-architecture Formosana North Coast Environmental Education Center

Sep 2018

SenseAbility : Art and Design Education FOLIO Hotel/Exhibition Model Making. Exhibition Preparing.

Jun 2018

THU Architecture, Graduation Project Exhibits『中』 Team Leader of Exhibition Design Group

AWARD Aug 2015 Taiwan

2015 The Far Eastern Architectural Young Talent Award, Design Merit Award National Award, Ama de Casa : House of Section


Chapter 1 Regenerate, Relativize

After ''Once Upon the Time Renaissance of Nanjichang Commensal Community Faรงade Symbiosis of interface

Chapter 2 Hollow out, Connect

Re-Breathe the Patio ''Unseen Sky'' Ama de Casa House of Section Habitation of Wind Awl-shaped Void be Surrounded by Spiral Generatrix

Chapter 3 XS, S, M, L, XL

+/Landscape and Seasonal Architecture Community Kitchen A Secret Base for Local Residents Dibujo de Natural Fine Art Works


CHAPTER 1

REGENERATE, RELATIVIZE


01 YEAR ADVISER PROJECT SITE

After ‘‘Once Upon the Time’’ Renaissance of Nanjichang Commensal Community y Fifth Year / 2018 Jan-May Chui Hao-Hsiu Thesis Project Nanjichang apartment, Taipei

"What is it about our value system that makes it so these people don't really have a place here anymore after a certain age? Why are we OK with that?" Evan Briggs <Present Perfect>

Fifty years ago, the Nanjichang apartment was the most modern residence of Taipei City. The progressive community that everyone praised was now transformed into a gathering place for the disadvantaged groups in Taipei. During these years, the proportion of the elderly population has soared, and the social cost of the night market has been added. We can see the illegal structures destroyed the original layer of space in this community. In the memories, people still sat face to face on the corridors of the scissors staircase, but both space and people have gradually lost their vitality. Now that the Nanjichang apartment has ushered in a discussion of urban renewal, I started thinking about continuation. We could keep our original appearance in a nostalgic manner, or wipe everything away like the current strategy. What should we do? I try to propose a hypothesis that is different from the extreme. Architecture and people can't stop in the same situation, but we still can't forget footprints we have walked through.

Special thanks to Liu Yi-Chang, Lin Je-Chuan, Huang Yu-Han, Zheng Hao-Fang, Lin Chia-Yu and Chiu Yi Jing


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ORIGINAL TYPE C PLAN

Elementary School

A By removing parts of the housing, release a public space on ground floor F Terraces on the overpass provide space for gathering and resting E Accessibility overpass connects facilities in this community

D Create more space for neighbors to gather

C Add an elevator for elderly people B Constructing new structure system to support both the new housing units on top and the old structure system

Nanjichang Community Center

NEW TYPE C PLAN


STRATEGIES

TIMELINE

Reduction -Reduce self weight -Open the public square for the MRT station Insert new constructure -Support new unit above -Reinforce the old volume -Bridges connect between building and building Rewind -Rotate the path next to the circulation -Break the original pattern New/old Context -Create a new dimension -Insert new sturcture pass through old buildings


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Type C/Demolishing part of the buildings/ (Temporary housing : vacant houses in type A and type B, or to the new units above ) Night market/Moving to original place temporarily / 10-15 Years/ Building main facilities to serve commensal system/

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30 Years-/ Temporarily arranged residents moveing back/ Forming mutiple activities plane/ New residents moving in/

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ISOMETRIC DRAWING

Commensal Net -Enlarge the original community commensal system -Include night market, elementary schools, and other groups into the system -Make an aisle that runs through public facilities in the community, connecting residents'activities


Elementary School

Community Kitchen Garden

PLANTING Overpass

Community Kichen

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Night Market

SALING

DELIVERING


COMMON ROOM

Najichang Community Center

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02 YEAR ADVISER TOPIC SITE

Façade Symbiosis of Interface Forth Year / 2016 Oct-Dec Chiu Hao-Hsiu Parametric Urban Morphology Central District, Taichung

What is the shape of our city? Squares?

冷氣線 植栽遮蔽線

曬衣線

SECOND FLOOR PLAN 雜物線

植栽遮蔽線

曬衣線

雜物線

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

冷氣線

曬衣線

S=1:500

FORTH FLOOR PLAN 0

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冷氣線 植栽遮蔽線

曬衣線

雜物線

雜物線

植栽遮蔽線

雜物線

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曬衣線

雜物線

雜物線

植栽遮蔽線

曬衣線

冷氣線

雜物線

曬衣線 植栽遮蔽線

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雜物線

曬衣線

曬衣線

冷氣線

雜物線

曬衣線

冷氣線

曬衣線


CHAPTER 2

HOLLOW OUT, CONNECT


03 YEAR ADVISER TOPIC SITE

Re-Breathe The Patio ''Unseen Sky'' Third Year / 2016 Feb-Mar Chiu Hao-Hsiu LU-SHUI Field Survey Studio Reconstruction Nine-Turns Lane, Lukang Villa, Changhua

In ancient times, back alley surved street houses as their public living room. Life scenes happened there, such as drying clothes and playing games.

Since the shape of street houses is too narrow and long to bring wind and light indoor, people opened patios to welcome ventilation and natural light. As time goes by, people started covering the patios to earn more indoor spaces. From then on, they never had a chance to meet the natrue at home. They do not ask for the beautiful intermediary space again. Most of the patios in the aerial picture are replaced by iron roof. I have pity for it not beacause of the emotion of nostalgic, but I simply thinks that it is more interesting to experience a space with mutiple status than a dark corridor with lamps. As a connection between nature and architecture, isn't always being a subsidiary space for a house sounds boring for the patio? I decide to use the "patio" as the main character to compose this street house----a literature and history studio----I think it could remind workers not to forget the connection, from human to natrue and from human to human. To forge the relationships is the key concept of this project.


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Center Plaza (Nine-Turns Lane) Drink Shop Spectatorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Seating Lecture Hall Coffee Shop Patio of Rain Book Store Patio of Book Entrance Veranda(Patio of Light) Backstage Artists' Dormitory

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Patio of Wind Patio of Bind Bcak Plaza(Existing) 2nd Floor Seating Field Research Studio Balcony Artist Residecy Studio Gallery Patio of Culture Gallery Overpass

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04 YEAR ADVISER TOPIC SITE

Ama de Casa House of Section Second Year / 2014 Nov-Dec Chiu Hao-Hsiu From Abstrct to Concrete 7th Redevelopment Zone, Taichung 2015 The Far Eastern Architectural Young Talent Award, Design Merit Award

The word "Ama de casa" comes from spanish. It means "housewife". However, if we read ''Ama'' seperately, it means "lady".

In ancient years, families usualy compose with a house wife, a working dad and two little kids. Discovering that a housewife is the one who spends the longest time in a house. For the reason that she does housework all the time, she is also the one who knows a house the best, I decide to use housewifves' life as the entry point. Taking their requirement and habits into account, I overthrow the traditional concept that"a father should be the owner of a house". I choose this theme name because I want to create a house that a housewife , which is the main user of the house, can feel comfortable to apply their hobbies and stay in a good mood. I imagine they sip a cup of tea and eat some snacks under the tender sunshine. In an afternoon without any work to do, eveything seems so quiet and peace. They surely can be as bright and capable as a housewife and as independent as a lady at the same time. I don't want to let them lose their beautiful things in their lives because of the housework, and that's the original intention of my design.


CONCEPT At first, I pile up boxes in different sizes together , and define a border to cut out the external section, creating deep or shallow spcace on it's surface. Then I dig out an new box inside to create an internal section. By the adjoining and connection inside, we can deduce the relationships in life and the action of linking.

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Entrance Kitchen Bathroom Dining Room Quadrangle Living Room Engawa Tea Room Edible Landscaping Storage Balcony Main Bedroom Study Room(For Kids) Study Room(For Housewife) Reading Corner Meditation Yard Kids' Bedroom Reading Terrace Toys' Room Adventure Tunnel

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External Section Using a concept of section to express the elevation, invert inside and ouside. We can read the inside track of lives by the volumes differ in sizes from the outside.

Internal Section The internal section brings the interaction, volumes next to each other start to connect when we cut some part f the walls out.

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Entrance Kitchen Bathroom Dining Room Quadrangle Living Room Engawa Tea Room Edible Landscaping Storage

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Balcony Main Bedroom Study Room(For Kids) Study Room(For Housewife) Reading Corner Meditation Yard Kids' Bedroom Reading Terrace Toys' Room Adventure Tunnel

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SPACE DIAGRAM

The lengh of section

Introuduce sunshine

Leaving a pedestrian to reduce the sense of pressure

Privacy

Public

The internal section

Kids' playing area

The best position to observe the whole house

Housework area

Relaxing area

Stairs

Role simplification Housewife/ Mother/ Female/ Hunman/

CONCEPT SECTION

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plywood raised floor double glazing in aluminium frame aluminium coping gravel fill, bituminous seal isolation protection mat drain

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05 YEAR ADVISER PROJECT SITE

Habitation of Wind Awl-shaped Void be Surrounded by Spiral Generatrix Second Year / 2014 Sep-Oct Zheng Bo-Ren City Toilet Second Public Market, Taichung

In this practice, we operated some shapes to study different space, and then we put the function into the space to see how it transform. Having the opportunity to study pure shape of spaces is a precious expierence. It is quite different from other projects we have practiced before, so I included this project in portfolio.


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Using materials to emphasize the intermediary space.

Structuring the truncated cone. I discovered its nature of screwing up, and I use paper tape to show the filmliked tubal

Structuring the space inside.


FORM STUCDY

Choose Two Choose Two BasicBasic Geometrical Form Geometrical Form

Volume

Copy and Pile

Divide into three parts

Copy and Pile

Difference Set Resize Difference Set

Inplant Pyramid Arrange the angle (Sun)

Inplant Pyramid

Difference Set

Generatrix form

Transform Difference Set

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Ladies’ Room Men’s Room Accessible Restroom Spiral ladders Plaza Traditional Market Structure(Existing)

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CHAPTER 3

XS, S, M, L, XL


06 YEAR ADVISER PROJECT SITE

+/Landscape and Seasonal Architecture Forth Year / 2017 Feb-April Valerio Canals / Auxi GĂĄlvez Exchange Program in CEU San Pablo Universidad Santa Pua to Olot, la Garrotxa Vocanic Zone National Park, Catalonia

La Garrotxa is feature in its volcanic landform, which is rich in geothermal energy. The mountain landscape, the sun and climate provide a variety of vegetation.

Things that suprised me the most is the dramatic season changing in Spain. In my country, people never see a living tree without leaves, and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s really hard to tell the difference from winter to spring from landscape, unlike Spain. I enjoy the beautiful grassland here, so I decide to do small pavillions instead of one single huge building. I would like to create spaces for people to admire the natural changes, to have a little chat or to manage some studios for fun. In this design, I try to depict how the usage of small places changed in different seasons to see the time flows.


WINTER

SUMMER


07 YEAR ARCHITECT PROJECT SITE

Community Kitchen A Secret Base for Local Residents Second Year / 2014 Aug Chen Yung-Hsin, Atelier Buffalo Internship / Wooden Work Tu Gou Village, Tainan


This pentagonal wooden kitchen is designed by Architect Chen Yung-Hsing. He had held this kind of summer studio for years to make contribution to the local community as an architect. On this site, he had already built several public facilities, such as a library, a toilet and a gallery. I am lucky to participate in the building process of this tiny kitchen. Years after the kitchen was finished, Architect Chen told me that this place had already became a secret base for local people to hold picnic party.


08 YEAR PROJECT

Dibujo de Natural Fine Art works Forth Year / 2017 Feb-April Exchange Program / Life Drawing

<man sitting cross-legged> acrylic, charcoal


<woman sitting cross-legged> acrylic, charcoal


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