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The City of "Harmonious Society" Personal Project Individual Work Tutor: Siwei Gou May. 2016 - Jul. 2016

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Borders - KOREAN DEMILITARIZED ZONE UNDERGROUND BATH HOUSE Personal Project Individual Work Tutor: Siwei Gou May. 2016 - Jul. 2016

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Red Steel Community

How to help a community to alleviate flooding problem? How to renew an aging community? The 2015 "Yuan Ye Award" International Competition for College Students First Prize Group Project, Individually Rework Wuhan, Hubei Province, China May. 2015 - Jun. 2015

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Voyeurism Who are you peeking at? Who is peeking at you? Personal Work Individual Work Aug.2015 - Sep.2015

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Love Park

How to fall in love in a park? Academic Work Individual Work Wuhan, Hubei Province, China Oct.2015 - Nov. 2015

THE CITY OF

"HARMONIOUS SOCIETY" Personal Project Individual Work Tutor: Siwei Gou May. 2016 - Jul. 2016

A city hardly demonstrate its political form in appearances. Yet we do feel difference between cities with great freedom and those without. The trick lies behind its public space. Haussmann said that public space control the access to and the maintenance of private property. It is the glue that attach parts together. My venture here is to try to demonstrate an seemingly extreme condition yet it coincides with many realities with today's city -- a core of megastructure that accommodates every aspect of urban life, serving a field of homogeneous private households. It is a city with no apparent political form but gives no feeling of free or individuality. It would be a city in dictator's dream.


Public Building Axon


Public Building Section


Public Building Details


BORDERS KOREAN DEMILITARIZED ZONE UNDERGROUND BATH HOUSE

Personal Work Individual Work Tutor: Siwei Gou

Dec.2016 - Jan.2017

Borders hold deep meaning, but they are just lines. Throughout history, the definition of territory has remained a fundamental determinant of power. Borders carry immense historical, political, and cultural implications; at the center of conflict, there is delineation; there is drawing lines. Borders are representations in plan view–lines on a map which are not necessarily tied to any physical thing. At most, they materialize in the common form of a wall which seldom traces the entire length of the border it delineates. One notable exception is the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). If the traditional border is a line, then the DMZ is a surface. At four (4) kilometers-wide, it is a border territory: a border with its own border; a boundary space; a materialized, geopolitical line separating North and South Korea. It is one of the most heavily militarized and fortified borders in the world, and is representative to the nature of one of the most high-tensioned, ongoing, conflicts in recent history. New questions of border continue to arise in contemporary geopolitics as nations grapple with the security of their borders and current global conflicts. So what can one of the longestrunning border conflicts reveal about the nature and potential of borders in general? I try to explore the possibility of creating an underground bath house within the Korean Demilitarized Zone which responds to the surrounding geopolitical conditions. New forms of nonmilitary architecture could occupy this border zone and begin to ease the existing tension. The role tourism can play in opening relations across a border begs the question: How does architecture position itself in the middle of this condition of tension?

Demarcation Line

North Korea

South Korea


BATHS: THE FACADE OF LEISURE

CURRENT SITUATION

“The mutual attraction between the DPRK and tourism exposes political disposition in both worlds. Fiction, the cheerful friend of politics and tourism, generates symbolic capital ... precisely because there is a tacit agreement that it means nothing ... this meaningless­ness is the meaning as well as the opportunity for political leverage.” - Keller Easterling

Hundreds of workers from South Korea have been repatriated from an industrial complex in North Korea just north of the border separating the two Koreas.

The bathhouse maintains a historical identity as a place for social interaction. From the Roman bath to the Finnish sauna, every culture has its own unique rituals and architecture for bathing. Its functions of cleansing and liberating the body naturally relate the bathhouse typology (known in Korea as the jimjilbang) to one of the only means for non-military entry into the zone: commercial tourism. Thousands of visitors already enter the DMZ each day, so this existing precedent of tourism makes the bathhouse an ideal proposition for building in the DMZ-one that is tied directly to the culture and geopolitics of Korea.

The South Korean Unification Ministry said Thursday that 280 workers who had been stationed at the Kaesong industrial complex had crossed the military demarcation line and were back on South Korean soil. Electric power to Kaesong, which had been provided by South Korea, has also been cut, along with its water supply. The communication and interaction between people from South Korea and North Korea is largely effected by the control of governments.

THE (DE)MILITARIZED ZONE

SITE

The Korean Demilitarized Zone is an area that has been described to be the scariest place on earth.”This de facto barrier which manifested in the 1950s as the result of a confiict between the People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) and the Republic of Korea (South Korea), stands today as the most heavily fortified border in the world. Although the site is relatively calm (since no combat is permitted), any visitor can sense the deep tension between the rivaling countries, as it splits the Korean Peninsula into two sides. The fabric of this border is like no other. It is not a single dividing line, but an area filled with both natural ecologies and man-made structures. The DMZ if often depicted as a densely fortified minefield with heavy artillery and troop outposts. However, the region boasts a myriad of other nonmilitary structures and facilities perhaps out of place in an area of confiict. The DMZ is home to several agricultural villages and has also served as a great natural refuge. The border’s remoteness is a surprisingly ideal shelter for a few endangered species of wildlife and plants.

The proposed site area for the competition is located just west of the third tunnel which receives a high volume of tourist t r a ff i c . I n a d d i t i o n t h e site is located not too far southeast of the Kaesong industrial park. The park is atypical in that it houses a collaborative economic operation between both North and South Korea. The bathhouse is intended to be used by workers of the industrial park when it resumes operations and visitors of nearby DMZ tours.


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When people go into the bath house and go to the changing rooms and cool pools and hot pools as a certian sequence, they will walk closer and closer to the border and the people from another side. And finally, people can get a chance to walk across the border in a way.

Since the communication between people from South Korea and North Korea is limited by the governments, the bath house needs to respond to this specific situation. So there are three levels of communication between people in the bath house, which can be controlled due to the changes of political situation. For example, the glassroom is the only space in the building where people from both sides can touch each other. And this room will be closed if the relationship between South and North governments turns worse.

First Level: Accessibility to See

Entrance

Second Level: Accessibility to Talk

Changing Room

Cold Pool

Indoor Hot Pool

Outdoor Hot Pool

Third Level: Accessibility to Touch Sauna

Entertainment Rooms and Sleeping Rooms Communication Space


How to help a community to alleviate flooding problem? How to renew an aging community?

Wuhan, Hubei Province, China May. 2015 - Jun. 2015

RED STEEL COMMUNITY

The 2015 "Yuan Ye Award" International Competition for College Students First Prize Group Project, Individually Rework Group member: Deng Huitao, Xie Shanshan, Zhou Weijia, Fu Ruocan Role: Team Leader Contribution: Research, Concept Design, Plan, Section, Part of Rendering, Diagram Tutor: Dai Fei, Wang Tong


Why is Red Steel Community facing a severe flooding problem?

The Aging Community: Remove or Reserve? Location

Topography

Runoff Coefficient

Flooding Areas

Urban Sprawl

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2. There is short-time heavy precipitation frequently in Wuhan. 3. Aging drainage pipe network of the community. 4. Large area of impermeable surface

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Dwelling houses for workers of Wuhan Iron and Steel Factory. Soviet Model Peripheral Layout

2.Because of the very close neighborhood relationship and the strong emotion towards the community, the majority of the residents are not willing to move out.

Early 2010's

Aging Community Old Residents Factory Relocate

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Community Scale-up Line-Type Layout


When rainfall exceed the maximum capacity of Nangan Linear Park, the excess water is drained away to the canal in the East, and end into Yangtze River.

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Storm Sewer Water Supplement

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Central Park

Detention Pond

Pollutant Intercepting Measures

Filtration Disinfection

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Detention Pond

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Element

Master Plan Transform the Linear park into a container to collect rainwater of the community and provide the residents with more public green space.

Green Land

Trees

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Concept Generation

Reconstruct buildings that no one lives in now and the old workshops, then turn them into indoor public space, such as cafes, galleries and so on.

Te a r d o w n i n d u s t r i a l buildings in the park.

Dismantle the oldest and most dangerous houses and amplify the public green space in the community.

Modify topography to make the linear park become the lowest area of the community.

The park could collect the rainwater of the community.

Reclaim steels from the demolished factories’ to build a red steel trestle in the park. Urban Farmland

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Reed Marshes

Cultural and commercial section Metasequoia woods Repair and change the function of some of the dilapidated houses and increase indoor public spaces of the community.


Stormwater Management Systerm in Red Steel Community Green Roof

Biological Detention Pond

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Grass Ditch

Tree Pit Filter

Permeable Pavement

Tree Pit Filter

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Constructed Wetland

Tree Pit Filter

Rain Garden

03 Urban Roads

Commercial Rainwater-harvesting

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Vegetation

Outfall

Drainage Pipe

Growing Media Filter Layer Drainage Layer Protection Fabric Waterprofing membrane

Green Roof

Exterior Wall Rainwater Down Pipe Soil

Pavers with open surface spaces filled with gravel or sand Setting Layer Open-graded base material Filter Fabric Subgrade, Minimal Compaction

Steet Tree

Drainage Pipe Shrub Layer

Green Land Filtration Media Overfall Gap

Flower Bed Filter

Wood Debris Rhizome Gravel Water Reservoir

Tree Pit Filter

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Contructed Wetland

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How to fall in love in a park?

Wuhan, Hubei Province, China Oct.2015 - Nov. 2015

LOVE PARK

Academic Work Individual Work Tutor: Gong Jian

The feeling of love is actually controlled by certain kinds of hormones. The parwwk is based on the conditions in which people will secrete a larger amount of certain hormones to help them fall in love.


Roman Holiday Love Process

Encephalic Region

Heromones

Pheromone Stimulation

Feel the attraction from the opposite sex.

Pheromone Perfume Excitement / Nervousness

Norepinephrine Heart beats faster and love comes into being. Perspiration. Blush

Dopamine The signal of love’s generation. Make people feel happy and safe.

Endurance Sports

Phenylethylamine Be passionately in love. Time limit: 6 months- 4 years.

Endorphin Feel easy and comfortable. The dominant factor in a marrige.

Foods

Serotonin Feel positive and happy, help people who are lovelorn to get rid of suffering.

Relaxing


Site Features

3 Different Water Landscape

Fishpond Restaurant

1 Current Situation

Elevation

2 Reform farmland to Lake

Water

3 Rebuild wetlands

Building

4 Construct artificial islands

Circulation

5 Create diverse waterscape

Entrance

Wetland

3 Water pollution

Elements

Canal

2 Lacking plant-diversity

Rape Flower

2 Lush trees and a large area of rape flower

Mason pine

Pavilion

1 Reclamation of farmland from East Lake

Strategies

Metasequoia

1 Beautiful East Lake

Farmland

East Lake

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Generation of Love

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Blassikakapestris Rhododendron simsii Cosmos bipinnata Cav Lavandula angustifolia Helianthus annuus


Endorphin Serotonin Dopamine

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Concept Generation

01 Rear Window A wheelchair bound photographer spies on his neighbours from his apartment window.

02 Peeping Desire

01 Rear Window

When people feel safe and they can snoop someone on the sly, they cannot stop themselves though they do not do it on purpose.

A wheelchair bound photographer spies on his neighbours from his apartment window.

03 Prospect-refuge Theory People tend to choose where they can see other people without coming into others’ sight.

04 One Way Mirror

05 Mirror Stage Theory - Jacques Lacan Human infants recognize the image of himself reflected in a mirror through identifying other people’s images, thus getting the perception of selfhood.

02 Peeping Desire Peeping is the original desire of human. So when people feel safe and they can snoop someone on the sly, they cannot stop themselves though they do not do it on purpose.

Who are you peeking at? Who is peeking at you?

Aug.2015 - Sep.2015

VOYEURISM Personal Work Individual Work

In most cases, peeping is an unconscious behavior. In other words, we are often peeped by others or peeping others without realization.

06 Self-consciousness


The building has several small rooms and people will enter these rooms in a specific order. Every room has a unique elevation and therefore constitutes a complex internal space of the building. When people walk into the building, they will unconsciously be peeped and peep at others for many times. As people enter more and more rooms, they will gradually discover the secret of the house. Becawuse of the attraction of light, people in every room of the house will unconsciouly walk to a particular location of the room, where they are able to peep at others who are in the previous room. But people cannot be aware that they are also being peeped by others in the next room.

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Emotion Change Wow, I can see someone there...

Wait a minute, is that the room where I just walked by?

It is strange, in this room, I can also see the room that I just walked by.

There is something wrong with this house, it seem that I can see the people in the previous room in every room of the house.

It is amazing! There is where I saw at the first room of this house!

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Mirror Room 00:00:00

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When the girl just walks into the room: The room is dark and she believes she is the only person in the room.

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Then, a mirror lights up : There are two girls in the room: the girl and her image in the mirror, and they are looking at each other.

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Lastly, all the mirrors light up: There are countless images of the girl and they are all looking at each other.

As for voyeurism, everyone is both the victim and the offender.


BUTTERFLY DANCE

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Habitat

How to design a garden that is attractive to both humans and butterflies?

2ED ENTRANCE

Academic Work Group Project, Individually Rework Group member: Daili, Zhang Liuxin, Songboxin Role: Team Leader Contribution: Research, Concept Design, Plan, Planting Design, Section, Diagram Tutor: Dai Fei Wuhan, Hubei Province, China May. 2014 - Jun. 2014

MAIN ENTRANCE

Water

BENCH

PLANTING SLOPE

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Lush Plants as Shelter

PLANTING BED

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Wind Velocity Reduction

Butterflies make the world a little more colorful and they help flowers pollinate, eat plenty of weedy plants and provide a food source for other animals. Butterflies are very sensitive to environmental changes. Therefore their presence or absence could tell us a lot about the local environment.

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STILL WATER POND TREE POOL

THE LADDER OF CASCADES

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Host Plants

Nectar Source Plants

Pueraria lobata

Ricinus communis

Viola tricolor

Phlox paniculata L.

Trifolium repens L.

Bellis perennis L.

Sophora xanthantha

Host Plants

Rotten Fruits

Bellis perennis L.

Pharbitis nil (L.)Choisy

Cassia tora

Trifolium repens L.

Aristolochia contorta Rudbeckia Bunge laciniata L.

Tagetes erecta L

Asclepias curassavica

Trifolium repens L.

Viola tricolor L.

Feeding Salix babylonica

Pueraria lobata

Morus australis

Celtis bilndii

Salix babylonica

Albizia falcataria

Humulus scandens

Cinnamomum camphora

Zelkova serrata

Magnolia grandiflora

Lightgrey Concrete Dark Grey Concrete Rammed-earth

Nectar Source Plants

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Ficus microcarpa

Phlox paniculata L.

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Zelkova serrata

Chimonanthus praecox

Salix babylonica

Cinnamomum subavenium

Phlox paniculata L.

Ficus pumila

Litse cubeba

Taraxacum mongolicum

Cassia tora

Helianthus annuus

Asarum sieboldii

Sedum sarmentosum Bunge

Bellis perennis L.

Ficus microcarpa

Syringa Linn. Pharbitis nil (L.) Choisy

Zinnia elegans Jacq

Common Butterfly Species in Wuhan

Deutztia scabra Thunb. Ricinus communis

Litse cubeba

Hydrangea paniculata Sieb.et Zucc

Edgeworthia chrysantha.

Prunus mume

Boehmeria nivea

Helianthus Taraxacum annuus mongolicum

Ricinus communis Acer palmatum Viola mandshurica

Asarum sieboldiivv Michelia maudiaeDunn

Pieridae

Morus australis

Viola mandshurica Aristolochia contorta Bunge YSIZE XSIZE

Catopsilia pomona

Catopsilia pyranthe (Linnaeus)

Appias lyncida (Cramer)

Pieris canidia (Linnaeus,1768)

Aporia largeteaui Oberthür

Cepora nerissa (Fabricius)

Eurema hecabe (Linnaeus)

Paulownia Sieb.

Colias fieldii Ménétriēs

Boehmeria nivea YSIZE XSIZE

Cassia tora

Lycaenidae

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Hydrangea paniculata Sieb.et Zucc Lantana camara L

Everes argiades Pallas

Curetis acuta

Lampides boeticus

Cordelia comes wilemaniella

Howarthia cheni Chou et Wang

Rapala varuna

Niphanda fusca Bremer et Grey

Udara dilrcta

Saxifraga Bellis stolonifera perennis L. Curt

Viola Lagerstroemia tricolor L. indica L.

Artipe Cinnamomum Rudbeckia Sedum subavenium laciniata L. sarmentosum Bunge

Nymphalidae

Chitoria ulupi

Danaus chrysippus

Danaus genutia

Danaus plexippus

Argynnis hyperbius

Phalanta phalantha

Polygonia c-album

Nectar Source Plants

Vanessa indica Herbst

Host Plants Hestina assimilis

Cyrestis thyodamas

Papilio polytes Linnaeus

Papilio protenor Cramer

Parnassius bremeri

Papilionidae

Chitoria chrysolora

Helcyra superba

Calinaga buddha formosana

Sasakia charonda

Troides aeacus

Graphium chironides

Graphium agamemnon

Papilio demoleus

Byasa alcinous

Graphium polycenes

Atrophaneura aidoneus

Teinopalpus imperialis

Byasa impediens

Byasa crassipes

Papilio maackii

Parnassius hardwickii

Chilasa agestor

Chilasa epycides melanoleucaney

Chilasa epycides

Graphium doson

Graphium sarpedon Linnaeue

Graphium cloanthus

Helcyra subalba

Sephisa princeps (Fixsen)

Papilio thaiwanus Rothschild

Luehdorfia chinensis

Polyura narcaea

Cethosia biblis

Apatura ilia

Byasa alcinous

Vanessa cardui Linnaeus

Section D-D


MULTIPLE DIVERSITY & SUPER ADAPTABLE Academic Project Individual work Tutor: Zoe Edgecomb, Nancy Takahashi

Meadow Creek

Lambeth Field

Lambeth Field Charlottesville, VA Oct. 2016 - Dec. 2016

My idea comes from my species - Frogs, and what I learn from frogs is DIVERSITY and ADAPTABILITY.So I want to create diverse habitats for both human beings and other animals.Diversity here has two different meanings, the first one is biological diversity, and the second one is multiple human living space and cultural diversity.I use two strategies for biological diversity. The first one is to break the barriers and join the scattered green space to ecological corridor. The other strategy I use is to change the topography, thus making changes to moisture and vegetations, then creating diverse microhabitats for animals. As for cultural diversity, I borrowed a kind of tranditional Chinese architecture form: Siheyuan. And there are two kinds of dorms for students. One is modern tower, more students would live together and students are able to communicate with more and different people. Another one is more similar to Siheyuan, which is several dorms share a courtyard. This type of dorms concentrate more on private space and the courtyard is really a good place for friends to gather together, which is also beneficial for communication and diversity.

Scattered Green Space

Barrier No.1: Rail Road

Barrier No.2: Emmet Street

Shadow

Barrier No.3: Parking Lot

Sight Line

Connection

Sight Line


Green-network City

‘Green-network city’ in this project is to build a urban spatial pattern, based on embedded public greenbelt networks of specific width intertwined with the city road during new area planning and existing district retrofitting. Well designed green networks will offer LID functionality, meaning it can not only maintain the conventional functions of urban municipal pipe networks, but also offer solutions to tackle surrounding non-point source rainwater flood. It can contribute to rainstormdisaster mitigation, low carbon construction, pedestrian-andvehicle dividing city construction, economic benefits generation of municipal engineering maintenance and reconstruction in China.

Natural Science Foundation of China

Role: Team Leader Contribution: Research, Plan, Section, Rendering, Diagram Tutor: Wan Min Apr. 2016 - Jun. 2016

Academic Project Group Project Individually Rework Group member: Kou Keke, Tao Beibei Wuhan, China

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