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DENISE HUANG ARCHITECTURE | INTERIORS | URBAN DESIGN


RÉSUMÉ PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2016 – Present

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Architect

Shanghai, CN

2015 – 2016

ADM Design & Build

Senior Designer

Shanghai, CN

2014 – 2015

Group GSA

Senior Architect

Shanghai, CN

2014

RTKL Associates

Senior Designer

Shanghai, CN

2012 – 2013

Parsons Brinckerhoff

Senior Architect II

Shanghai, CN

2004 – 2007

CFR Architects

Project Architect

New York, NY

EDUCATION University of Michigan

Master of Architecture ( 2011 )

Georgia Institute of Technology

Bachelor of Science in Architecture ( 2001 )

- École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-la Villette ( 2001 )

WORK SKILLS AutoCAD Photoshop Hand Drafting Rhino Illustrator Digital Fabrication 3DS Max InDesign Laser Cutting SketchUp Flash 3D Printing Revit CorelDraw Graphic Design VRay QuarkXPress Brand Logo Design Digital Project Mastercam Marketing GIS Timberline Presentation Layout


CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF ABU DHABI CRUISE TERMINAL

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF ABU DHABI CRUISE TERMINAL SITE & DESIGN CONCEPT

A new Cruise Terminal in Mina Zayed, Abu Dhabi was commissioned by the Abu Dhabi Port Company (ADPC) to meet the growing demands of the vision of the Port as the passenger gateway into Abu Dhabi. Recognizing the forecasted demands, the terminal is a bold, new gateway that rises in scale to match the ambitions of the city. We were to consider the reuse of the existing structural frame for the base of the concept design. The terminal’s flowing tensile roof interweaves with the steel structure of the existing buildings on site, softening the industrial feeling of the wharf. The building may bring to mind a traditional dhow – its graceful sail coupled with ribbed wooden hull – or the waves and wind of the seas.

SIZE: 10,600 m2 LOCATION: MINA ZAYED, ABU DHABI, UAE ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING: RTKL ASSOCIATES SHANGHAI SCOPE: ADAPTIVE REUSE OF EXISTING WAREHOUSE & ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN OF CRUISE TERMINAL WITHIN AED 70M BUDGET STATUS: DESIGN COMPETITION, APRIL 2014 RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: 3D MODEL OF EXISTING & PROPOSED STRUCTURES, SPACE PLANNING, SUSTAINABILITY, PRESENTATION

1ST LEVEL CIRCULATION

LITTLE CITY = LITTLE PORT

BIG CITY = BIG PORT

DESIGN A TERMINAL THAT REFLECTS THE SCALE AND STATUS OF ABU DHAHI’S CULTURE

EXISTING BUILDINGS

GROUND LEVEL CIRCULATION

CREATE AN ARCHITECTURAL GESTURE THAT SPEAKS TO THE ANTICIPATION OF SAILING, AND HELPS COOL THE BUILDING 1ST LEVEL VIEWS

CREATE A VERTICAL TRANSITION FROM LAND TO BOAT THAT IS AN EXCITING EXPERIENCE

PROPOSED STRUCTURE

GROUND LEVEL VIEWS

In addition to facilitating a safe, comfortable and efficient arrival/ departure process, the Abu Dhabi Cruise Ship Terminal is designed to transform the vertical transition between land and ship into a unique and local experience, orienting passengers between the cruise ship and the city (physically and culturally).

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CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF ABU DHABI PASSENGER CRUISE TERMINAL PLANS & SECTIONS

3RD LEVEL FLOORPLAN B

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2ND LEVEL FLOORPLAN B

GROUND LEVEL FLOORPLAN

1ST LEVEL FLOORPLAN

LONGITUDINAL SECTION A-A

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CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF ABU DHABI CRUISE TERMINAL ENTRY VIEWS & ELEVATIONS

MAIN ENTRANCE OF DEPARTURES

NORTH ELEVATION

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WEST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

VIEW FROM CRUISE SHIP OF ARRIVALS

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URBAN REGENERATION OF KUNSHAN

URBAN REGENERATION OF KUNSHAN DESIGN STRATEGY

Kunshan is located within the urban areas of Shanghai and Suzhou. Currently, Kunshan has become the strongest economy in mainland China for county-level cities. Kunshan Old Town is located in the very center of the Kunshan core area. The population of old town is around 125,000, among which 32,000 are migrant workers. Currently, Kunshan city structure is showing skeptical development. In addition to the main city centers in the North, South, East, and West, there are four sub-centers, including Qiandeng, Zhouzhuang, Huaqiao etc. In the west is residential development, ecological, and recreational; in the north, an upgraded integrated community is developing; in the south is a developed transport hub and business support; the east area focuses on the development of a business center and government center; the main city center is currently developing with commercial, residential, and civic services. With the City of Kunshan expanding and becoming increasingly significant, a more influential core increasing demand for the main city center.

Recognize the value of islands west/east to Cangji River, establish them as the cultural core of downtown area. They are interconnected to each other and also connect to the overall green ring.

Tinglin Road - North/South Renmin Road as Main Boulevard of Downtown Kunshan

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Recognize the value of islands west/east to Cangji River, establish them as the cultural core of downtown area. They are interconnected to each other and also connect to the overall green ring.

Discharge the traffic from downtown to its surroundings. Strengthen North-South connection, Maintain East-West connection.

Recognize Canals’ value, treat Canal as a backbone of downtown area. Reconnect people with Canal by refunctioning the Canal and identifying the character.

Protection of historical and cultural attractions, greenbelt, community park nodes, waterfront space for the line to establish distinctive continuous circulation and green network

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URBAN REGENERATION OF KUNSHAN EXISTING REGULATORY PLAN

URBAN REGENERATION OF KUNSHAN PROPOSED LAND USE

Existing Regulatory Plan has made changes based on preserving and improving the downtown lifestyle and quality of life. The Regulatory Plan primarily aims at:

This Land Use Plan is a revised proposal based on the existing regulatory plan. Changes are made regarding road network, green network, commercial and residential layout. The main changes include:

• Defining a tourism zone with Tingling Park as its core • Establishing a major commercial core at the crossing of Tinglin Road and Lou River • Optimizing the existing road network, mitigating the current traffic pressure. Connect N-S and E-W directions • Adding more open space while still improving the consistency of the greenbelt

• Establish a consistent waterfront greenbelt at a minimum of 5-8 meters

REGULATORY PLAN CHANGES 1

One roadway along a canal is sufficient; the other side of the canal should be used for pedestrian access.

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Historic buildings should be visible and easy to get to, so green or blue open space, wider spaces between buildings, and / or limited access roadways should be used to increase visual and physical accessibility.

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Concentrate residential uses, instead of providing in small pieces, to create better urban neighborhood environments with green space, convenient goods and services, and community centers.

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Adopt a mixed use land use designation to allow flexibility in future development to meet market demand, and to encourage diverse urban styles of living and working. A mix of uses can be some or all of the following urban land use types: civic, cultural, retail, food & beverage, entertainment, housing, hospitality, offices, service, education, and / or recreation land uses.

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Enlarge public service ‘campuses’ (such as hospitals, schools, senior citizen homes) by anticipating expansion in the future.

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Enlarge key green open spaces to better serve the resident and working population.

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Commercial / Retail services within 5min walking radius.

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• Cultural islands for major recreational / tourism use except West gateway plot (commercial) • Cancel road from one side of East West stream and North South stream • Plot North South to Houbeiren Museum as green space to establish an “emerald necklace” north to the Lou River • Modify / add small roads to mitigate traffic congestion

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URBAN REGENERATION OF KUNSHAN KEY AREA DESIGN STRATEGY

The sports facility and outdoor fields currently on this large ‘shopping mall’ site will be relocated to and expanded on the city islands to make higher and better use of this core area land. The redevelopment of this site brings an opportunity to integrate the mall visually and functionally into the fabric of the Old Town. Its scale and architectural expression is more appropriate for a suburban or new urban area, and therefore needs scale and character adjustment. This can occur when the mall needs updating to remain competitive, and should include renovation of the exterior sunken plaza to create a stronger presence at street level through pavilions or other structures, grand stairway / amphitheater-like access and activity, and increased landscaping. The rear of the shopping mall should become more ‘porous’ including a higher quality visual environment and more entry points, as part of the reconstruction of the entire block. The mixed use development on these core blocks could have a character similar to a Daning Lifestyle Hub (see images) combined with a Xintiandi-scale marketplace, with small scale streets, walkable environment, low / moderate scale and green space opening onto the canal to the north. The mix of uses should include specialty retail, galleries, food & beverage, entertainment, alternative housing types, SME offices and lofts, continuing education / creativity center and overall, a character different but complementary to the planned mixed use development on the north side of the main East-Well canal, identifying the North Old Town from the South Old Town areas.

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DANING LIFESTYLE HUB

PARCEL FRAMEWORK

PROPOSED FUNCTION

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URBAN DESIGN OF NANHUI NEW HARBOR CITY

URBAN DESIGN OF NANHUI NEW HARBOR CITY URBAN FORM

Situated in the industrial zone of Shanghai, Nanhui New City, formerly Lingang New City, was conceived as a utopic destination of lifestyle and business. Nanhui began construction in 2003, designed by German architects GMP, and is scheduled for completion in 2020. The area is growing rapidly, and the urban design competition sought to propose new guidelines for the harbor from the first zone of development in the business district, with focus on select key areas, including six buildings surrounding a new metro station, a skyscraper on the West Island along the main axis of entry into the site, and the ShanLan Pedestrian Street. EXISTING BUILDING SKYLINE

NEW PROPOSED SKYLINE

SIZE: 311,600 m2 LOCATION: NANHUI DISTRICT, SHANGHAI, CHINA ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING: PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF SHANGHAI SCOPE: URBAN DESIGN GUIDELINES & DETAILED DESIGN OF KEY AREAS STATUS: FIRST PLACE WINNER IN COMPETITION CONTINUING INTO NEXT PHASE OF DEVELOPMENT, JANUARY 2013 RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: CONCEIVE OVERALL IDEA OF URBAN DESIGN AND CONDUCT MODEL SIMULATION, CREATE ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS AND STANDARDS FOR BUILDINGS, STREET, AND SIX TOWERS SQUARE, KEY DESIGNER WHEN TEAM WON FIRST PLACE

URBAN FIGURE GROUND

URBAN DESIGN MASTER PLAN

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URBAN DESIGN OF NANHUI NEW HARBOR CITY SITE CONDITIONS

Nanhui New Harbor City is located in the South-East corner of the Yangtze River and the Hangzhou Bay interchange from the city of Shanghai. It consists of 50 km within a planned area of 311.6 square kilometers. The downtown area of Nanhui New Harbor City (central area) is conveniently located about 65 km away from Shanghai, about 27 km from Pudong International Airport, approximately 32 km from Yangshan deepwater port, 18 km from the planned Pudong Railway Station, and about 10 km from the ring road on the outskirts of Pudong.

The existing architecture consists of office buildings designed by GMP. The facades are solid and heavy with the same tower and podium treament, giving the structures a flat appearance.

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A sculpture of a droplet from heaven is located in the center of the harbor. The site embodies a combination of economy and industry with ‘sea culture’, invoking notions of the working class mixed with conservative and disparate forms of order and nature.

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A ‘ripple’ of four concentric bands form the concept and structure of the harbor, with the base inner ring district as the Urban Life Center, followed by the Ecological Park and Civic Center, and most outer district, the Residential Living Center, with amenities for university residences, and the accumulation zone of the industrial park. The planning of Metro Line 16 will directly connect to downtown Nanhui New Harbor City. In addition, Shanghai’s Metro Line 2 East extension will reach Nanhui’s Six Towers Square and will enable travel to and from Pudong International Airport.

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LAND USE PLANLand Use

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EXISTING BUILDINGS & FIXED PROJECTS

EXISTING SITE PHOTOS

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URBAN DESIGN OF NANHUI NEW HARBOR CITY DESIGN CONCEPTS FORM GENERATION

MODEL SIMULATION

SPATIAL CONTROL

POINT

OINT LINE

ENCLOSURE

INTERFACE

DIVERSITY

ECONOMY

Principles of Enclosure

Principles of Interface

Development of Diversity

Principles of Economy

1) A compact, enclosed building layout, 2) clearly defined urban space, and 3) formation of figure-ground and clear relationships between urban space and architecture.

Building regulations are followed for interfaces along the major roads and other interfaces were considered according to planning conditions and moderate control of building distance.

Simulation results should have a variety of possibilities of spatial combinations with different combinations of forms and functions.

The simulation shall consider residential, commercial, and other functions in a formal layout of economic rationality.

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COMBINATION

AREA MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 40-65m

MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 40-65m

OFFICE

OFFICE

REA

OFFICE

OFFICE

BIKE LANE MEDIAN 2,5m 5m

SIDEWALK 10m

MEDIAN STRIP 6m

CAR LANE 7,5m

CAR LANE 7,5m

PLANTER MIN.1m

RETAIL / OFFICE

SIDEWALK 10m

PLANTER MIN.1m

RETAIL / OFFICE ARCADE HT. FIRST FL. HT.

PLANTER MIN.1m ARCADE HT. FIRST FL. HT.

PLANTER MIN.1m

FIRST FLOOR 6m

RETAIL

BIKE LANE MEDIAN 2,5m 5m

SIDEWALK 10m

CAR LANE 7,5m

MEDIAN STRIP 6m

CAR LANE 7,5m

SIDEWALK 10m

FIRST FLOOR 6m

RETAIL

SETBACK ARCADE MIN. 2,8m 3m

ROAD WIDTH 50m

SETBACK ARCADE MIN. 2,8m 3m

ROAD WIDTH 50m

4 Permeate the public sphere First floor to be open; include semi-public spaces, arcades and porches

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PLANTER MIN.1m

BIKE LANE MEDIAN 2,5m 5m

CAR LANE 7,5m

SIDEWALK 10m

CAR LANE 7,5m

RETAIL / OFFICE

FIRST FLOOR 6m

RETAIL

MEDIAN STRIP 6m

CAR LANE 7,5m

PLANTER MIN.1m

RETAIL / OFFICE

FIRST FLOOR 6m

FIRST FLOOR 6m

SIDEWALK 10m

RESID. / OFFICE

PLANTER MIN.1m

RETAIL

PODIUM HT. 10m

RETAIL / OFFICE RETAIL / OFFICE / OFFICE / RETAIL / DIVISION OFFICE RESID. RESID. OFFICE STRIPPLANTER FIRST FLOOR PLANTER PLANTER RETAIL /FIRST FLOOR 0.5m MIN.1m 6m MIN.1m OFFICE 6m BUS LANE SHARED TRAVEL MIN.1m FIRST FLOOR OFFICE / OFFICE / 4m 10,5m RETAIL RESID. 6m RESID.

PLANTER MIN.1m

RETAIL

BIKE LANE MEDIAN 2,5m 5m

SIDEWALK 10m SETBACK 1,5m

PLANTER MIN.1m

PEDESTRIAN PATH 5m

FIRST FLOOR 6m RETAIL MEDIAN STRIP 6m

CAR LANE 7,5m

CAR LANE 7,5m

SIDEWALK 10m

ROAD WIDTH SETBACK 1,5m 50m PEDESTRIAN ARCADE PATH MIN. 2,8m 5m

RETAIL

RETAIL / RESID. SETBACK ARCADE

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MIN. 2,8m

SIDEWALK 10m CAR LANE 15m ROAD WIDTH 29m

RETAIL / OFFICE PLANTER MIN.1m

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OFFICE / RESID. RESID. / OFFICE

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL / OFFICE / RESIDENTIAL

SIDEWALK 10m SETBACK 1,5m

PLANTER MIN.1m

SIDEWALK 3,5m

MEDIAN STRIP CAR LANE RAILING 6m 12m ROAD WIDTH 50m

CAR LANE 12m PLANTER PLANTER MIN.1m MIN.1m

CAR LANE 11m 红线宽度 18m

SIDEWALK 3,5m

SETBACK SIDEWALK 1,5m 2m

CAR LANE 7,5m ROAD WIDTH 16m PLANTER MIN.1m

SETBACK 1,5m

RETAIL FIRST FLOOR 6m RETAIL

PLANTER MIN.1m

PEDESTRIAN SETBACK ARCADE PATH 1,5m MIN. 2,8m

5m

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PLANTER MIN.1m OFFICE / RESID.

RETAIL / OFFICE / RESIDENTIAL

DIVISION STRIP OFFICE / PLANTER 0.5m RESID. BUS LANE SHARED TRAVEL MIN.1m 4m 10,5m RETAIL / OFFICE / RESIDENTIAL

RETAIL

OFFICE / RESID.

PODIUM HT. 10m

RETAIL PLANTER PLANTER FIRST FLOOR MIN.1m MIN.1m 6m

OFFICE / RESID.

MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 10-24m DIVISION

PLANTER MIN.1m

DIVISION STRIP OFFICE / PLANTER 0.5m RESID. BUS LANE SHARED TRAVEL MIN.1m 4m 10,5m RETAIL / RESID.

RETAIL

RETAIL / RESID.

OFFICE / RESID.

FIRST FLOOR 6m

OFFICE / RESID.

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OFFICE / RESID.

RETAIL

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CAR LANE 7,5m

SIDEWALK SETBACK 2m 1,5m

ROAD WIDTH 16m

MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 10-24m OFFICE / RESID.

OFFICE / RESID.

DIVISION STRIP PLANTER 0.5m BUS LANE SHARED TRAVEL MIN.1m 4m 10,5m

PLANTER MIN.1m

OFFICE / RESID.

OFFICE / RESID.

RETAIL / RESID.

SETBACK SIDEWALK BIKE LANE MEDIAN 2m 5m 2,5m 1,5m

CAR LANE 15m ROAD WIDTH 29m

SIDEWALK SETBACK 2m 1,5m

RETAIL

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PODIUM HT. 10m

RETAIL FIRST FLOOR

OFFICE / RESID. RETAIL / OFFICE / RESID. PLANTER SETBACK

MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 10-24m

OFFICE / RESID.

PLANTER OFFICE / MIN.1m RESID.

PLANTER MIN.1m

OFFICE / RESID.

OFFICE / RESID. RETAIL / OFFICE / RESIDENTIAL

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RETAIL / RESID.

RAILING

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PLANTER PLANTER MIN.1m MIN.1m

GREENBELT 8,5m

MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 24-40m

PODIUM HT. 10m

RETAIL

RAILING

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SIDEWALK MIN.1m SETBACK MIN.1m MIN.1m 2m 1,5m SIDEWALK GREENBELT SETBACK SIDEWALK SIDEWALK CAR LANE SETBACK CAR LANE SIDEWALK 3,5m 2m 8,5m 11m 7,5m 1,5m3,5m 2m 1,5m 红线宽度 ROAD WIDTH 18m 16m

CAR LANE 15m ROAD WIDTH SIDEWALK 29m 10m

OFFICE / RESID.

SIDEWALK 3,5m

PLANTER MIN.1m

CAR LANE 11m ROAD WIDTH 18m

SETBACK 1,5m

SIDEWALK 3,5m

SMALL INTERIOR ROAD

MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 20m

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OFFICE / STRIP RESID. PLANTER 0.5m OFFICE / MIN.1m BUS LANE SHARED TRAVELRESID. 10,5m PLANTER4m RETAIL / OFFICE / RESIDENTIAL MIN.1m

SETBACK SETBACK SIDEWALK BIKE LANE MEDIAN 1,5m 2m 5m 2,5m 1,5m PEDESTRIAN SIDEWALK SIDEWALK CAR LANE SETBACK SETBACK MEDIAN STRIP SIDEWALK BIKE LANE MEDIAN CAR LANE CAR LANE ARCADE PATH 2m 2m 12m 1,5m 2,5m 12m 5m 15m 6m MIN. 2,8m10m 5m 1,5m ROAD WIDTH ROAD WIDTH 29m 50m

PLANTER MIN.1m

PEDESTRIAN PATH 8m

OFFICE / RESID.

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PODIUM HT. 10m

RETAIL

RETAIL / OFFICE / RESID.

FIRST FLOOR 6m

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SETBACK SIDEWALK 1,5m 2m

SIDEWALK 10m

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PLANTER MIN.1m

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RETAIL

SIDEWALK RETAIL SETBACK RETAIL 2m 1,5m

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ROAD WIDTH 50m

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RETAIL / OFFICE / RETAIL RETAIL / PODIUM HT. RESID. OFFICE OFFICE / / FLOOR 10m FIRST RETAIL / OFFICE FIRST FLOOR RESIDENTIAL RESID. 6m 6m

PLANTER SETBACK MIN.1m 1,5m

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MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 20m

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CAR LANE 12m

RESID.

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RETAIL / OFFICE / RESID.

PEDESTRIAN PEDESTRIAN PEDESTRIAN ARCADE ARCADE PATHSIDEWALK PATH CAR LANE PATH SIDEWALK 3,5m 3,5m 11m MIN. 2,8m MIN. 2,8m 5m 8m 5m ROAD WIDTH GREENBELT 18m 8,5m

RESID. / OFFICE

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RAILING

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CANAL STREET RESID. / OFFICE

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PLANTER OFFICE MIN.1m

PLANTER MIN.1m

RESID. /

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SETBACK SIDEWALK SIDEWALK SETBACK CAR LANE MEDIAN STRIP CAR LANE SIDEWALK RETAIL PLANTER SETBACK SETBACK 1,5m 2m 2m PLANTER 1,5m 7,5m 6m 12m 10m MIN.1m MIN.1m 1,5m 1,5m ROAD WIDTH SIDEWALK ROAD WIDTH SETBACK SIDEWALK SETBACK CAR LANE PEDESTRIAN PEDESTRIAN SIDEWALK PEDESTRIAN 50m 16m ARCADE 2m 1,5m 2m 1,5m 7,5m ARCADE PATH 10m PATH PATH MEDIAN ROAD STRIP WIDTH SIDEWALK SETBACK ARCADE CAR LANE CAR LANE SIDEWALK BIKE LANE MEDIAN MIN. 2,8m MIN. 2,8m 5m 8m 5m MIN. 2,8m 6m 10m 3m 2,5m 7,5m 7,5m 10m 5m 16m

SIDEWALK 10m

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MEDIAN STRIP CAR LANE CAR LANE 6m 12m SIDEWALK SETBACK 12m 2m 1,5m ROAD WIDTH 50m

MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 24m

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OFFICE 10-24m / RESID.

MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 10-24m

MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 40-65m

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PLANTER MIN.1m

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INNER RING ROAD ARCADE MIN. 2,8m

MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 10-24m

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SETBACK SIDEWALK BIKE LANE MEDIAN 2m 2,5m 5m 1,5m

PLANTER MIN.1m

PEDESTRIAN PATH 8m

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ARCADE HT. FIRST FL. HT.

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OFFICE MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 24m OFFICE

MEDIAN STRIP CAR LANE 6m 12m ROAD WIDTH 50m

CAR LANE 12m

ARCADE SETBACK ROAD WIDTH 3m 50m MIN. 2,8m

MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 40-65m MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 20m

PLANTER MIN.1m

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SIDEWALK 10m

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SIDEWALK 10m SIDEWALK SIDEWALK SETBACK CAR LANE 2m LANE MEDIAN STRIP BIKE 7,5m CAR LANE 2m MEDIAN 1,5m 6m 2,5m WIDTH7,5m 5m ROAD 16m ROAD WIDTH 50m

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3 Diversity Use rich layers, mixing materials and colors

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2 Verticality Create vertical lines and varying building heights

MEDIAN STRIP CAR LANE 6m 12m ROAD WIDTH 50m

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1 Continuity Maintain a continuous and clear interface

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MAX HT. TOP OF BLDG. 24m

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URBAN DESIGN OF NANHUI NEW HARBOR CITY KEY AREA: SIX TOWERS SQUARE

BUILDING FUNCTION

PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION

SITE PLAN

The Six Towers Square is the key area surrounding the planned metro station, and behind existing office buildings. It consists of new commercial, office towers, and hotel which are streamlined to create direct paths on either side through a series of interior courtyard spaces and passages at ground level, allowing streams of pedestrians from the metro station.

BUILDING SKYLINE

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URBAN DESIGN OF NANHUI NEW HARBOR CITY KEY AREA: THE WEST ISLAND

二. 西岛 The West Island

Following the drop of water in the lake from the planning and design theme, the landmark introduces the crystal theme, a tower shape with variations of a simple plane, which extend to the top with multifaceted bevels and cut corners.

Key Area

设计理念 Conception

04重要节点

CRYSTAL CONCEPT

Three shapes form the crystal building, a trinity of independent functions. The middle is connected by the podium, its shape similar to the layout of the base, creating mutually dependent linkages between the three buildings 根据滴水湖整个规划设计水的主题,地 with a “symbiosis” of form. 标建筑引入水晶的主题,塔楼外形由简 单的多变性平面开始,一直延展到塔顶的 多方位斜面和削角

整个建筑位于南汇新城的西岛,是南汇新城的地标性建筑,因该考虑建筑的地标特 性,独栋的塔楼形式,会造成标准层面积过大,核心筒占用过多面积,在视线上建 筑体量过于巨大

Service Apartments Retail Podium

双栋塔楼的形式,相似建筑过多,缺乏地标性。如果建筑形态上过于复杂,则功能 上使用不便。

三栋水晶般晶莹剔透的建筑,形成三位 一体又独立运转的功能体,中间通过裙 The West Island faces the In房相连,其特殊的形体相似效果以及在 基地中的布局,又使三栋建筑有一种相 ner Ring and is the highest focal 互依附的联系,具有“共生”形态。

point on the harbor. The height of the main tower is 170m for offices, 89m for hotel, and 70m for service apartments. The island is anchored to the harbor by an access road.

Hotel

LEGEND Retail Podium Service Apartments Hotel Greenspace Access Road

FUNCTIONAL LAYOUT

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URBAN DESIGN OF NANHUI NEW HARBOR CITY VIEW OF THE WEST ISLAND

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URBAN DESIGN OF NANHUI NEW HARBOR CITY KEY AREA: SHANLAN PEDESTRIAN STREET Shanlan Pedestrian Street is the central road of the First Ring, and is created with a dynamic flow of public spaces for different areas of social activity. Within our site, Shanlan Street is divided into three areas:

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From the Six Towers Square to the canal street is a food & culture area, with a Taiwanese Street Food theme, specialty stores, food court, and popular catering brands to appeal to a wide-range of tastes. The canal street to the West Island is designated for fashion & the arts, including commercial retail, fashion, creative workshops, and art galleries; an area showcasing innovation and entrepreneurial spirit.

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Following Shanlan Street past the West Island is the integration of various leisure activities, including a leisure street with bars, a health spa, and casual dining. This area brings consumer groups into a modern, free, and vibrant entertainment atmosphere.

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SHANLAN BUILDING PLAN

1 Closed street space Buildings along the street require the strongest sense of enclosure space, to form an active atmosphere of the street 2 Semi-public street space Buildings along both sides of the street clearly define the street space, which can be perceived as the entrance to the street 3 Public street space

Two Landscape Portals

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Three Main Landscape Nodes Multiple Landscape Features

PUBLIC GREENSPACE

PEDESTRIAN ACTIVITY

Buildings on both sides of the street are to become part of the environment, with a certain degree of open space, suitable for large-scale Landscape Construction

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URBAN DESIGN OF NANHUI NEW HARBOR CITY VIEW FROM NORTHWEST


PLANNING & DESIGN OF SOUTHWEST MEDICAL CITY

PLANNING & DESIGN OF SOUTHWEST MEDICAL CITY SITE

Luzhou Medical College Hospital currently serves a population of more than 20 million people, and will be expanding to a nearby site of ​​over 1 million square meters, with a target proposal of 5,000 inpatient beds, and between 10,000 to 12,000 daily visitors, making it the largest hospital in the world when completed. The design competition included constructive planning of 60 clinical and medical departments. With 1.1 million outpatient visitors per year, and 7.4 million inpatient visitors per year, the hospital will include medical treatment, teaching facilities, research centers, and prevention and rehabilitation clinics, becoming one of the most significantly intregrated hospitals in the world.

SITE LOCATION & ANALYSIS

Luzhou Medical College Hospitals are located in Sichuan, Yunnan, Guizhou, and Chongqing Provinces. The department in Luzhou City, Sichuan, is in the scenic mountain of Zhong Lu, west of the New Peninsula CBD, and south to Tuo Jiang. Jiucheng Boulevard borders the site to the south. The site is rectangular shaped, with a complex topography, and a maximum drop of 60m.

PHOTOS OF SITE - EXISTING TERRAIN

The 34m wide Jiucheng Blvd is under construction, and connects the 3rd & 4th Tuo Jiang bridges to the east and Xiarong Freeway to the west, providing direct connection to Chongqing & Chengdu. The main roads and traffic system have not been well planned and require re-planning, as well as careful planning of the terrain.

SIZE: 1,450,000 m2 LOCATION: LUZHOU, SICHUAN PROVINCE, CHINA ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING: PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF SHANGHAI SCOPE: COMPREHENSIVE HOSPITAL PLANNING STATUS: THIRD PLACE WINNER IN COMPETITION, SEPTEMBER 2012 DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: CONCEPT DESIGN, HOSPITAL CORE LAYOUT, HOSPITAL FLOOR PLANNING, EGRESS, PARKING, AND TRANSPORT PLANNING

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PLANNING & DESIGN OF SOUTHWEST MEDICAL CITY LAND CONDITIONS

Terrain at higher levels of development will need more energy and water conservation. In steep slope areas, reconstruction of land will bring great negative impact on the ecological environment, including the reduction of soil erosion and biodiversity.

Development Suitability High suitability of earthy regional development will include a flat, relatively minimal negative impact on the environment, and the lowest cost; Yellow suitability of regional development will have a slope which is moderate, and any potential environmental impact will be of small, modest transformation with ecological protection measures in development and utilization; Light Green area of site development will be appropriately low, where steep terrain is high, incurring high development costs, and requiring protection of mountain vegetation and repair.

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The mountain has natural water conservation and protection of biodiversity, creating the appropriate medium for development. • 地形较高处开发需要的能量更多且对涵养水源具有重要作用 • 坡度陡的区域,土地开发建设将会带来大的生态环境负面影响,包括 潜在水土流失和生态多样性降低 • 山地有涵养水源和保护生态多样性的功能,开发适宜中等.

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PLANNING & DESIGN OF SOUTHWEST MEDICAL CITY FUNCTIONAL LAYOUT, MASTER PLAN & ELEVATIONS

Planning Framework in a 1 Core, 2 Axes, and 3 Zones

Spatial Structure

1 Core includes a spa town and commercial center for business, 2 Axes penetrate the site: a northsouth axis of the city, as both an axis and traffic corridor landscape feature, as well as an internal green landscape axis, or an ecological landscape axis, and 3 Zones include the medical zone area, staff housing and supporting facility zone, and retirement & recovery zone. These three planning areas are within proximity of each other and work in tandem via the two axes, with a central focus on the core area of business.

The spatial policy features well-defined groups allowing the sharing of resources, with a clear flow of circulation. The planning framework is further divided on the basis of functional groups within the different areas through the road system in the initial planning stage, which outlines the complete spatial structure.

Comprehensive Program of Southwest Medical City FUNCTION AREA Outpatient, Emergency, Medical Clinics 600,000 m2 VIP Medical Center 20,000 m2 Non-Patient Health, Long-Term Wellness 13,000 - 17,000 m2 Education and Training Center 30,000 - 40,000 m2 Advanced Technology Research Park 14,000 - 15,000 m2

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Retirement Community Development Health Clubs CSA Community Support Agriculture Elderly University Dining and Entertainment

20,800 - 22,000 m2 4,000 - 6,000 m2 0 m2 ( Farmland ) 8,000 - 12,000 m2 2,000 - 3,000 m2

Supporting Staff Apartments Commercial Center Star Business Hotel, Conference Ctr Boutique Hotel Children’s Education

30,000 - 32,400 m2 12,000 - 14,000 m2 10,000 - 12,000 m2 3,000 - 4,000 m2 8,000 - 10,000 m2

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PLANNING & DESIGN OF SOUTHWEST MEDICAL CITY HOSPITAL LAYOUT

Inpatient 庭院空间

庭院空间

Courtyard

Courtyard

R&D

Admin. 庭院空间

Courtyard

Medical Clinics

庭院空间

Courtyard Living

Emergency

Outpatient

Well-Being Mgmnt

Outpatient

Entrance Entrance Entrance

Education Ctr.

The hospital layout expands in layers from south to north, with three open entrances, emergency room, outpatient and inpatient areas, and medical clinics. In addition, a separate set of administrative and specialist hospitals are adjacent to the scientific and academic departments, independent of the main hospital. Circulation is divided into hospital emergency planning, health care, patient visits, visitors, logistics and research, so that there is little interference between flow lines and functionality.

EMERGENCY TREATMENT STREAM-

OUTPATIENT STREAMLINE

PROGRAM DIAGRAM VISITOR STREAMLINE

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PLANNING & DESIGN OF SOUTHWEST MEDICAL CITY DESIGN CONCEPT

Medical Services Circulation Nature

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The competition called for a sustainable, human scale, environmentally sensitive, comprehensive medical precinct, which respects the local geological condition and natural habitat. The hospital layout requires adjacency of programs and resource sharing. We reconstructed the typical courtyard plan to incorporate greenspace on the upper levels, and between functions, providing more public greenspace within the buildings. Inpatient facilities are raised from the landscape in order to preserve the natural habitat. A pedestrian bridge connects the inpatient buildings, providing general services to patients and visitors.

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PLANNING & DESIGN OF SOUTHWEST MEDICAL CITY VIEW FROM NORTHWEST

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URBAN DESIGN OF CANTON-MACAU TCM HI-TECH PARK

URBAN DESIGN OF CANTON-MACAU TCM HI-TECH PARK SITE & MASTER PLAN

Our proposal for the Canton-Macau TCM Hi-Tech Park is a sustainable industrial park with integrated functions, and a center of innovation in the Guangdong-Macau cooperation demonstration zone. We sought to create an attractive sense of place as well as add value to the city by establishing an identifiable area of the city and a fun-filled destination.

SIZE: 500,000 m2 LOCATION: HENGQIN ISLAND, ZHUHAI, GUANGDONG PROVINCE, CHINA ARCHITECT: PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF GUANGZHOU SCOPE: DETAILED CONSTRUCTIVE PLAN AND URBAN DESIGN STATUS: SECOND PLACE WINNER IN COMPETITION, DECEMBER 2012 DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: OVERALL CONCEPT OF URBAN DESIGN AND LAYOUT OF MASTER PLAN, 3D RHINO MODEL, AND DETAILED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

SITE LOCATION Hengqin Hi-Tech Park is located near Modaomen, west of the cargo port, east of a residential zone, north of an industrial zone, and south of a logistics zone. The landscape of Hengqin Island is typical of southern Guangdong, and the planning is to be a continuation of the coastal island’s urban pattern. The planning & design will be positioned along the line of sight for Modaomen Corridor, giving the potential to optimize the city skyline. Hengqin Island’s small hill will be a backdrop of mountains for the site; the southeast corner of the site has a park reserve, and a north-south water channel runs through the site.

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URBAN DESIGN OF CANTON-MACAU TCM HI-TECH PARK DESIGN CONCEPT

Atrium Plaza

FUNCTIONAL LAYOUT

Entrance plaza and community parks

LEGEND

Small Hengqin mountain parks and streets

1 Create

visually accessible corridors with green veins leading from the main entrances

2 Create

a business nucleus and energy center

3 Create

a unified industrial field surrounding the nucleus to enhance the central chain

Medicine Museum

Residential

Health Care Center

R&D Center

Convention Center Training Center

Trade Center GMP Factories

Headquarter Offices Service Center

Technical Center

The functionality of the design concept is to have a recognizable structure of a town for wayfinding and direct access through the site, with major passages connecting to the main buildings and center of the site.

WORK AREA

BUILDING HEIGHTS

LEGEND

BUSINESS AREA

FLOOR AREA RATIO

LIVING AREA APARTMENTS & LIVING FACILITIES

CULTURAL EXPERIENCE CENTER TECHNOLOGY CENTER HEADQUARTER OFFICES

CONVENTION CENTER

TRAINING CENTER PLANT & LOGISTICS CENTER

TRADE CENTER

TECHNOLOGY CENTER

PROGRAM LAYOUT

BUILDING LAYOUT DIAGRAM

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Smaller centralized and decentralized local spaces are created to break down the large scale of the site, and to accommodate the programs for training, research, and cultural development.

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URBAN DESIGN OF CANTON-MACAU TCM HI-TECH PARK PUBLIC SPACE

GREENSPACE LAYOUT

Hengqin TCM Hi-Tech Park has an open greenspace strategy of penetration, where green axes originate from the periphery to the organic nucleus of public buildings within the park; a green axis begins at the southeast corner, where offices are located, permeating the different areas across the site, creating a “green industrial medicine park”. The greenway combines a network of points, axes, and courtyards, providing a dynamic, yet pleasant outdoor environment.

PLANTINGS

Core Green

Courtyards

Green Streets

Waterfront

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URBAN DESIGN OF CANTON-MACAU TCM HI-TECH PARK DETAILED DESIGN

The architectural detailing reflects the research park with patterns illustrating “the flow of ideas” and the continual process of development. The Expo Center is expressed by diagonal striation, curvilinear building forms, and bridged connections between buildings in the central nucleus of the site. The technology buildings, incubator spaces, and TCM Park have warm colors, rectilinear geometries, and large shutters for cooling in the South China heat. These buildings form a grid-like field, similar to a computer motherboard, against the organic center. The contrast between these two concepts represents the park’s combination of nature, science, and technology.

CONVENTION & TRADE CENTER

TCM PARK AREA

TECHNOLOGY CENTER, TYP.

ELEVATION FROM THE MAIN ROAD

ARTIST EXPRESSION OF HEADQUARTERS OFFICES

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FLOOR PLANS OF CONVENTION CENTER

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URBAN DESIGN OF CANTON-MACAU TCM HI-TECH PARK VIEW OF CONVENTION CENTER

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URBAN DESIGN OF CANTON-MACAU TCM HI-TECH PARK VIEW OF HEADQUARTER OFFICES

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URBAN DESIGN OF CANTON-MACAU TCM HI-TECH PARK NIGHT VIEW FROM NORTHEAST

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CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF XIAMEN METRO LINE 1 JIMEI AVENUE STATION The competition for Xiamen Metro Line 1 includes the comprehensive development conceptual design of five stations. My primary involvement was in the design of Jimei Avenue Station, a part of Xiamen North Station Precinct. The architectural planning area is 4.95 hectares of commercial and residential program, and the site area includes a hospital, elementary school, residential compounds, and SOHO buildings, as well as a main pedestrian street.

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF XIAMEN METRO LINE 1 JIMEI AVENUE STATION SITE

后溪果蔬批发市场(规划) Fruit & Vegetable Wholesale Market (Planning)

圣果院商业中心(在建) Conseco Court Business Centre (Under Construction) 厦门北站 Xiamen North Station

物流配送园(在建 ) Logistics Park (Under Construction)

拆迁安置房(在建) Resettlement Housing (Under Construction)

软件园三期(在建) Software Par k Phase III (Under Construction)

厦门工学院 Xiamen Institute of Technology 厦门软件学院 Xiamen Software Engineering

地块周边发展现状及

集美大道站在厦门的区位

SITE AREA & SURROUNDING LAND

LOCATION OF JIMEI STATION ON METRO LINE 1

The urban design area is 26.92 hectares, with the boundary Bixi North Road to the west, Sunban North Road to the east, Heng’an Road to the north, Hengqi Road and Hengtian Road to the south.

Jimei Station is located 1.1 km from the Old Town, 2.5 km from Xiamen North Station, west from the river, and 6 km upstream from the Bantou Reservoir.

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CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF XIAMEN METRO LINE 1 JIMEI AVENUE STATION URBAN DESIGN & MASTER PLAN

图例 LEGEND:

Heng Shan Road New Area by River Commercial Area Jimei Station Area & Services Toki Station Area & Services Pedestrian Road Creative Fashion District Art Garden District Community Features

PLANNING STRUCTURE

图例 LEGEND: Heng Shan Pedestrian Road Pedestrian Axis Pedestrian Circulation Local Pedestrian Circulation Scenic Park Trail Casual Pedestrian Circulation Main Pedestrian Node Minor Foot Node Subway Entrances Bicycle Parking

图例 LEGEND:

居住 Residential 医院 Hospital 物流 Logistics 污水泵站 Utilities 商业及服务 Commercial Services 小区配套 Neighborhood Facilities 学校 School

BUILDING FUNCTIONS

TRAFFIC ORGANIZATION

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BUILDING HEIGHTS

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CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF XIAMEN METRO LINE 1 JIMEI AVENUE STATION SKYLINE DESIGN

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CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF XIAMEN METRO LINE 1 JIMEI AVENUE STATION VIEW OF COMMERCIAL HUB & RESIDENTIAL TOWERS

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CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF XIAMEN METRO LINE 1 JIMEI AVENUE STATION LANDSCAPE DESIGN

The landscape design is created with the characteristics of dynamic energy, colorful space, and a vibrant coexistence of diverse public space. The figure ground uses strong lines and geometric patterns, coordinated with the choice of tall trees, forming rich, three-dimensional green space.

CONCEPT OF HORIZONTAL + DIAGONAL STRIATION

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CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF XIAMEN METRO LINE 1 JIMEI AVENUE STATION DETAILED DESIGN OF CULTURAL CENTER AND TOWER MEETING ROOM

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CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF WUHAN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN CENTER The Wuhan Industrial Design Center is located on a former site of an elementary school, in a busy neighborhood. An incubator space for small and mid-sized companies, it consists of four main buildings. The residential and SOHO buildings situated in the back of the site maintain the style of a typical apartment block, to accent the iconic highrise.

EXISTING SITE PHOTOS

SITE PLAN

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CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF XIFENG FOOD MARKET

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF XIFENG FOOD MARKET BUILDING FUNCTIONS

The Xifeng Food Market is one of several building clusters in the city of Xifeng. This themed cluster markets the production and distribution of food. Its program incudes large-brand and independent food retail, as well as restaurants and dining. The supporting facilities include a research & development building, and a star-hotel.

Food Items (Retail) Food Items (Production) Food Court & Entertainment Green Product & Service Pavilion

Food Items (Production)

Storage & Delivery Center

R&D Office & Hotel Sci-Tech for Agriculture Food Trade Ctr

E-Transactions & Financial Services

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SOHO BUILDING AT JIAXING SPORTS STADIUM COMPLEX Jiaxing Sports Complex aims for a calm environment with full penetration of the waterfront space; an integration of indoor and outdoor space: revitalizing the existing stadium space with creation of safe, comfortable open spaces and complete separation of people and vehicles with traffic located underground. The SOHO building envelops a sunken courtyard which connects to adjacent basketball courts and gym facilities. Three main buildings are connected by skybridges and step up by additional floor levels, with green terraces wrapping around the curves, allowing users to engage with the public courtyard at any level, further creating a sense of openness within the courtyard area.

SITE PLAN

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SASHA’S LOUNGE SIZE: 168.6 m LOCATION: SHANGHAI, CHINA SCOPE: INTERIOR DESIGN & RENOVATION OF SECOND STORY DINING HALL TO INCLUDE NEW BAR STATUS: COMPLETED, OCTOBER 2014 RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: DESIGN AND PROJECT LEAD 2

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GROUP GSA INTERIOR DESIGN

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APARTMENTS & TOWNHOUSES BEEKMAN PLACE RESIDENCE

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SAN REMO RESIDENCE

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SAGAPONACK ADDITION

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LINKED COURTYARDS

GRADUATE STUDENT WORK FALL SEMESTER 2010

Public housing in urban cities operates between two modes of occupancy, one that prefaces connectivity to the larger urban fabric and that of an internal community producing and personal enclave. In emerging large scale residential developments, the friction between these two paradigms is exacerbated as scale and economy limit the capacity of such housing to provide both interior and exterior connectivity. Linked Courtyards attempts to negotiate this tension by proposing a perversion of the typical courtyard. Rather than fixed interiorized exterior spaces, the courtyards shift and change both across the site and in the vertical dimension. On the ground, each courtyard is programmed slightly differently to allow for localized communities within the development but at upper levels these courtyards expand and create visual relationships between tenants at more distant locations across the site.

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LEVEL 4

Scale 1/32” =1’0”

+30’-0”

SKATEPARK SEEDED ROOF SOIL SUBSTRATE DRAINAGE MAT WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE RIGID INSULATION CONCRETE SLAB ROOF DECKING

LEVEL 5-6

W Division St.

ELEVATED TERRACES AMENITY NODES

TENANTS TENANTS

LEVEL 3

+20’-0”

LEVEL 8 LOUNGE

LOUNGE





BEDROOM

BEDROOM

Scale 1/32” =1’0”

CLOSET





HALL







STORAGE

BATH

BATH 

LEVEL 1-2

BEDROOM

MASTER BEDROOM

 



LAUNDRY

LEVEL 2

+10’-0”

LEVEL 1

+0’-0”

LEVEL 1

-9’-0”

CLOSET

STORAGE

BATH BATH





BEDROOM

CLOSET

CLOSET



MASTER BEDROOM

CLOSET CLOSET

STORAGE

N



LEVEL 6

LEVEL 3-4

YOGA PARK

MASONRY WALL CMU RIGID INSULTATION WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE MASONRY TIE BRICK FACE



LEVEL 7

HALL

COURTYARDS SITE PLAN

Scale 1/48” =1’0-0”

TENANTS TENANTS





 LEVEL 5 FITNESS

CLOSET

St.

LINKED





HALL

N Howe St.

by os

Cr

ELEVATED TERRACES AMENITY NODES

N

SITE PLAN LEVEL 3-4





FARMING PARK

BATH 

LEVEL 4

EVERYONE EVERYONE TENANTS

STUDY

KITCHEN

N Halsted St.



LIVING /DINING



CLOSET





LEVEL 3 STUDY ACCESS TO GREEN SPACE





LIVING LIVING

ENTER

ENTER

ENTER

LEVEL 2



W Scott Street

LINKED

PUBLIC SPACE



COURTYARDS SITE SECTION

HIERARCHY

1 BEDROOM UNIT W Division St.

AGGREGATE PLANS

SECTION ELEVATION N











LEVEL 1



ENTRANCE/CAFE

Scale 3/32” =1’0-0”

600 SQUARE FEET

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

DINING

READING PARK

TENANTS W Division Street

PUBLIC SPACE HEIRARCHY

KITCHEN

KITCHEN



DINING

BASEMENT PARKING



CLOSET

PUBLIC COURTYARDS CAFE ‘CATERPILLERS’ AMENITY NODES

LEVEL 1-2 Scale 1/32” =1’0”

LINKED COURTYARDS

UNIT AGGREGATION PLANS

Scale 1/32” =1’0-0”

UNIT PLANS

2 BEDROOM UNIT 1000 SQUARE FEET

3 BEDROOM UNIT 1400 SQUARE FEET

LINKED

AMENITY NODE

COURTYARDS

UNIT PLANS

Scale 1/4” =1’0-0”

PROGRAMS

AMENITY NODE PROGRAMS

WALL SECTION

LINKED

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COURTYARDS WALL SECTION Scale 3/4” =1’0-0”


UGG RETAIL STORES UGG Australia (or simply UGG) is an American footwear company and is a division of the Deckers Outdoor Corporation. UGG is a registered trademark in the United States and over 130 other countries for their brand of sheepskin boots and other footwear, as well as bags, clothing, outerwear and other goods. Their current expansion in China includes over 20 locations in 2nd and 3rd tier cities, with at least 3 stores in Shanghai. This collaboration of Group GSA with ISG includes the survey and roll-out of construction documentation in 2 week periods for each fit-out store in store location.

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CHEF LUCA’S SIZE: 250 m LOCATION: SHANGHAI, CHINA SCOPE: INTERIOR DESIGNS OF BAKERY AND FAST FOOD RESTAURANT STATUS: DESIGN PHASE RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: DESIGN LAYOUT, INTERIORS & RENDERINGS 2

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FREELANCE PROJECT INTERIOR DESIGN

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E-MARKET RESTAURANT & RETAIL CENTER SIZE: 2,100 m LOCATION: SHANGHAI, CHINA SCOPE: PLANNING, ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN OF SUPERMARKET F&B STATUS: INTERIOR DESIGN CONCEPTION OF MARKET BAKERY & CAFE RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: ARCHITECTURAL LAYOUT & INTERIOR DESIGN 2

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E-MARKET RESTAURANT & RETAIL CENTER

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CARGILL R&D CENTER KITCHEN SHOWROOM

ADM DESIGN & BUILD INTERIOR DESIGN

SIZE: 244.4 m LOCATION: SHANGHAI, CHINA SCOPE: INTERIOR DESIGN & RENOVATION OF SHOWROOM TO MULTIFUNCTIONAL RESTAURANT BAR SPACE STATUS: CONCEPT DESIGN, MARCH 2016 RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: LAYOUT, INTERIORS AND 3D 2

STOREFRONT

ANALYSIS OF EXISTING

PRESENTATION ROOM

FINISH FLOOR PLAN

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COFFEE BAR

CHINA ROOM

VIP ROOM

WEST ROOM

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HUALYUAN RETAIL & OFFICE BUILDING

ADM DESIGN & BUILD ARCHITECTURE

SIZE: 8,752 m LOCATION: SHANGHAI, CHINA SCOPE: INTERIOR DESIGN OF PUBLIC AREAS AND LANDSCAPING STATUS: CONTRACT PROPOSAL, FEBRUARY 2016 RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: PUBLIC AREA DESIGN OF COURTYARD, LOBBIES, CORRIDORS AND LANDSCAPE 2

FINISH FLOOR PLAN

LOBBY LOOKING NORTHEAST

ENTRANCE PARK

COURTYARD DURING PERFORMANCE

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MAIN COURTYARD


FUTURE STEP OFFICES SIZE: 1,322 m LOCATION: SHANGHAI, CHINA SCOPE: LAYOUT AND INTERIOR DESIGN STATUS: PROPOSAL, FEBRUARY 2016 RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: MEETING SPACE AND BREAK AREA DESIGN 2

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DELTA AIRLINES OFFICES SIZE: 770 m LOCATION: SHANGHAI, CHINA SCOPE: INTERIOR DESIGN STATUS: CONTRACT PROPOSAL, MARCH 2016 RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: LAYOUT DESIGN AND INTERIOR DESIGN 2

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NCS OFFICES

ADM DESIGN & BUILD ARCHITECTURE

SIZE: 795 m LOCATION: SHANGHAI, CHINA SCOPE: INTERIOR DESIGN STATUS: DESIGN DEVELOPMENT, APRIL 2016 RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: LAYOUT DESIGN AND INTERIOR DESIGN 2

reception receptionarea area meeting meeting&&collaboration collaboration facilities facilities Country CountryDirector DirectorOffice Office finance project & legal sales & sales admin corporate functions

HR HR&&admin admin LOB LOBengineering engineeringteam team additional additionalfacilities facilities

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WEST 57TH STREET BY HILTON CLUB LOCATION: WEST 57TH STREET, NEW YORK, NY ARCHITECTS: HLW INTERNATIONAL NEW YORK SCOPE: NEW HOTEL SPA AND VACATION CLUB AND SUITES STATUS: COMPLETED, SEPTEMBER 2008 RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: PRECEDENCE, FACADE AND FLOOR PLANS

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HOSPITAL FOR SPECIAL SURGERY LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY ARCHITECTS: HLW INTERNATIONAL NEW YORK SCOPE: RELOCATION AND ADDITION OF FIVE FLOORS, EXTERIOR RENOVATION AND INTERIOR DESIGN STATUS: COMPLETED 2011 RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN

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黄廸丽 DENISE HUANG

SHANGHAI, CHINA

+86 156 18726641 ABCDENISE@GMAIL.COM


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