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EBA Multi-use Co

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GlobalMarket Off Higreen Office &

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Riverbank Urban


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ndergarten

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Internship Projects

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Apartment

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munity Center

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omplex

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fice & Apartment

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Residential Complex

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Design

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Lakefront Villa


Design Studio Project Individual Work Year 2010 Instructor: Ruowen Liao Grade: 90 (HD equivalent) Located outside a city with a population of 14 million, this villa aims to provide a space for a couple of architects to live and work, in which they are able to invite their friends to come and have a rest occasionally. This proposal responses to the surrounding environment in two ways. Firstly, the slope is utilized to create an interesting living space with different level heights; secondly, main rooms take the advantage of the best view and orientation, while secondary space like garage is to the west to prevent the heat.

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Maid Entrance

Car Entrance

Main Entrance


1 Porch 2 Foyer 3 Wash Basin 4 Wardrobe 5 Garage 6 Storage 7 Tools 8 Fitness Room 9 Bar 10 Dining Room 11 Pool 12 Toilet 13 Pantry 14 Kitchen 15 Outdoor Dining 16 Laundry Room 17 Maid's Room 18 Living Room 19 Guest Room 20 Terrace 21 Swimming Pool

Level 1 Plan


24 Family Room 25 Master Room 26 Wardrobe 27 Dressing Room 28 Home Office 29 Study Room 30 Terrace

Level 2 Plan


Nine Classes Kindergarten


Design Studio Project Individual Work Year 2010 Instructor: Yiqiang Xiao Grade: 90 (HD equivalent) Award: Pengshi Scholarship

A nine classes kindergarten will be designed on a complicated terrain. Since located just south of the Tropic of Cancer, Guangzhou has a typical subtropical c l i m a t e. S u m m e r s a r e w e t w i t h h i g h temperatures, high humidity, and the lengthy monsoon season spans from April through September. Therefore, the biggest challange is how to design a kindergarden unit in this kind of climate condition. We provides a semi-outdoor space that can be used in summer half year, avoiding being too hot in the sun, or getting wet in the rain. Slopes and skylights on the roof are designed to meet the children's curiosity.

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1 Terrain

6 Section of Unit

2 Abstract

7 Separate

3 Outstretch

8 Slope

4 Program

9 Skylight

5 Units


11 Combination

15 Classroom

12 Untie

16 Integration

Classroom for Children's Activities

13 Lift

14 Corridor

Kitchen Music Activities Office 10 Connection

Reading and Computer

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Corridor

Units

Path

Connection

Upper Terrace

Offices and Classrooms

Lower Terrace

Terrain

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gmp Architekten Internship


Longyan Filport Hotel Complex & Indigo Hotel Sanlitun Year 2013

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Hotel & Student Apartment


Design Studio 8 - UniSA Year 2018 Coordinator: Sean Pickersgill The proposal aims to increase the vibrancy of local community with a design of two towers sharing an open commercial plaza in-between, which provides a catering and shopping spot, not only for hotel guests and students, but also working staff and residents nearby. The allocation of hotel and student accommodation towers is intended to maximally make use of surrounding views.

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Nolli Koli & Community Center


Design Studio 7 - UniSA Year 2018 Coordinator: David Kroll Grade: Distinction

The Nolli plan is well renowned for its mapping of negative space within and around buildings. It is this negative space which is home to the many distinct activities of the Koli people. As many of their activities take place outdoors, it is vitally important to retain the physical areas and identity of these negative spaces. Our scheme aims to preserve the lively urban fabric through creating public space with defined and ambiguous borders. In doing so, we aim to continue the tradition of community and gathering amongst the Worli Koliwada.

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Hinduism Temple Christian Church

Worli Fort Hinduism Temple

Reserve the existing temples, church and Worli Fort.

Create connection among temples, church, Worli Fort and the main siteentry.

Set squares on the ridge line of the site for better drainage and view.

Road grade 1 : 6M

Road grade 2 : 3M

Form of square New form of block.

Final design.

Safe distance to avoid flooding.

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Community center

Sea view

Open spaces result from Worli Fort, Hinduism temple and site-entry and sea view.

Generation of the southern square.

Generation of the northern square.

Open spaces penetrate into residential area.

Connect the 2 squares and form the main open spaces for the site.

Form of current block.

enerate natural block network.

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Residential area inside blocks is subdivided into houses according to urban design. Two typical floor plans are designed as prototypes for transformation. Housing type A has 2 floors with a 4x8m plan for each floor. Type B has 3 floors with a 4x13.5m floor plan, and a courtyard inside for natural light. Facades with different materials are designed to be chosen by residents, in order to enhance the diversity and vitality of the residential area.

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4x8m

Floor plan B : 4 x 13.5 m

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Lecture Space

Flexible Event Space

Male Toilet

Tempory Exhibition

Entrance Area Staff Office

Kitchen

Storage

Female Toilet

Lift

Tempory Exhibition

Male Toilet Flexible Event Space

Meeting Room Lift

Entrance Area

Workshops


SECTION VOID ANALYSIS

Food Preparation

Restaurant

GROUND FLOOR PLAN 1:200

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Classroom

Workshops

Study Area

Study Area

Restaurant

Restaurant

Library

Classroom

Workshops

Classroom

Classroom

Workshops


EBA Multi-use Complex


Location: Zhuhai City, Guangdong, China Year 2017 Lead Architects: Xi Luo Design Team: Da Lin, Zhiyi Ye, Shangyan Liao, Zhiping Xie Design Consultant: WSP, RBS, HPA, BIADSC Client: EBA Asset Management Area: 50,429 SQM Residential: 22,000 SQM Office: 23,000 SQM Commercial: 5,429 SQM Height: 130 m Levels: 27

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Apartment Tower Floor Plan

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GlobalMarket Office & Apartment


Location: Guangzhou City, Guangdong, China Year 2016 Award: Best Employee of the Year Lead Architects: Xi Luo Design Team: Da Lin, Zhiyi Ye, Shangyan Liao, Zhiping Xie Design Consultant: WSP, CallisonRTKL, Inhabit, LEOX design partnership, RBS, GZDI Client: GlobalMarket Area: 55,479 SQM Office & Apartment: 51,479 SQM Commercial: 4,000 SQM Height: 150 m Levels: 33

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Higreen Office & Residential Complex


Location: Shenzhen City, Guangdong, China Year 2015 Lead Architects: Haibo Lam Design Team: Da Lin, Shaoxian He, Jin Zhang Design Consultant: WSP, CallisonRTKL, Inhabit, LEOX design partnership, RBS, GZDI Client: Higreen Products Co., Ltd. Area: 300,000 SQM Office & Commercial: 150,000 SQM Resedential: 150,000 SQM Height: 100 m Levels: 33

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Residential Tower Floor Plan

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Riverbank Urban Design


Joint Academic Semester with Har vard University, Graduate School of Design Year 2013 Instructor: Ruggero Baldasso, Yimin Sun Collaborator: Tuo Sun, Meng Zhang, Yali Chen Role: Chief Designer Award: Excellent Design Award by Architectural Society of China

Liwan Edge, a traditional commercial district in the riverbank of Guangzhou, has gradually decayed in the recent decades. We propose a future conception based on a series of morphology studies. The mix of different morphologies makes spaces more complicated, diverse, and interesting, highlighting 7 rectangles with different uses. In addition, we encourage water transport and pedestrian walkway rather than private cars, in order to make use of the water bank and reduce the air pollution.

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Special islan Historic District

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China

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Pearl River Delta

Guangzhou

Liwan District

Site division

Voids

River Road

Main geome

Year 1200

Year 1800

Year 1920

Year 1960

Year 2010

Edge trimmi Background and Location As a result of the sprawl and development of Guangzhou, most part of the river has been gradually blocked or covered, while lots of roads have grown up wildly. In our proposal, the water system connecting the Pearl River with the city is rebuilt, based on the modern morphology studies.

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Lenth of Waterbank

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New Liwan park

Marina

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CBD high-rise office

Shopping mall

Liwan primary

Traditional Chinese medicine center

Waterfront nursing home

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Generation of Site Program

Bitten by the Surroundings

Retail Retail

Business Business

Education Education

CBD ofCBD of GuangzhouGuangzhouFoshanFoshan

Culture Culture

Retail Retail

Aquarium Aquarium

Stretch Abstractly

Residential Residential

Hotel Hotel

Sustainability Sustainability

Health Health carecare

Original Site

Biotechnology Biotechnology

Residencial Residencial

Commercial Commercial center center

Business Business

Huangsha Huangsha seafood seafood marketmarket

Children Children PalacePalace of of Liwan Liwan PeiyingPeiying middlemiddle schoolschool No.1 middle No.1 middle schoolschool

PenglaiPenglai road road (traditional (traditional house house ) )

Stomatology Stomatology hospitalhospital

Duobao Duobao road road ( snack( snack street )street )

High-rise High-rise buildingbuilding

Extended from the City

Small-scale Space

Large-scale Space


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Residential

Commercial

Education

Hotel

High-tech

Office

Leisure Restaurant Culture Health


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600 m 500 m 400 m 300 m 200 m 100 m 0 GZ Tower

Bamboo House

Culture Street

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IFC

White

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Crossing Residence

Residence

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Compositive F.A.R.=2.9 Zhujiang New Town

Shangshe Village

CBD

Seafood Market 10.5

Residence in Shenzhen

Shenzhen Center City

Macau Residence

Residence & Nursing Home

High-rise Residential

Primary School

Mountain Residence

High-tech Research Center

Hong Kong International Terminal

Sustainable Science Center

Hong Kong Happy Valley

HKUST

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Sports Facilities

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New Campus 11.7


Bicycle System Bicycle Lanes / Parking Lots

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Liwan Mansion

Bamboo Houses

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Mini-bus System Mini-bus Lanes / Stops 3.8

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2.5

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Pedestrian System Walkways

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Water System Waterways / Boat Stops

Car System Tunnel / Car Parking Lots

Metro System Metro Lines / Stations

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