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Siwen Fang

Master of Landscape Architecture The University of Texas at Austin Selected Works


CONTENT


1.

BRAIDING THE STRANDS The Plan of Chuviscar RIver Corridor, Chihuahua, Mexico 2014 Fall

2.

PROCESS PARK An Urban Cemetary 2014 Spring

3.

VANAKKAM

4.

INNOVATION HUB - MIDTOWN ATLANTA

The Design-Built Studio 2015 Spring

2016 ULI Hines Competition 2016 Spring

5.

UNDERGRADUATE WORK

6.

PROFESSIONAL WORKS

7.

OTHER WORKS


01 Braiding the Strands - The Plan of Chuviscar River Landscape Architecture Advanced Studio Instructor: Gabriel Diaz Montemayor Collaborator : Lauren Ko, Kristine Street Location: Chihuahua, Mexico August - December, 2014

Design Thought This project seeks to transform the Chuviscar River for the betterment of the City of Chihuahua and Aldama by creating significant opportunity for meaningful interaction between people and the environment-- paying close attention to the ephemeral qualities of the site. Creating a greater connection between communities and the river and at the same time restoring ecology, enhancing public health, and creating enjoyable public spaces for locals, neighboring communities and tourists. The design proposes a linear braiding of three strands: mobility, ecology, and culture to create a strong symbiotic relationship between the surrounding communities and the river. Each strand is defined by multiple threads that are unravelled throughout the corridor. The braids of the river create islands and edges where landscapes and parks slide past each other. Visitors move from one area to another-- fluidly interacting with each other and with nature.


Existing Condition Pollution Source Analysis Chuviscar River: Current Conditions Chuviscar River: Current Current Conditions Chuviscar River: Conditions

River: Current ditions Flooding 2013) DroughtConditions Urban pressures Flooding (July (July 2013)(July Drought Urban pressures Flooding 2013) Drought Urban pressures Source: Pulitzer Center - http://pulitzercenter.org/reporting/mexico-drought-

Source: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/photo/2013-07/20/c_132558214_4.htm

climate-change-chihuahua-farmers-harvest-water-conagua Source: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/photo/2013-07/20/c_132558214_4.htm Source: Pulitzer Center - http://pulitzercenter.org/reporting/mexico-droughtSource: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/photo/2013-07/20/c_132558214_4.htm Source: Pulitzer Center - http://pulitzercenter.org/reporting/mexico-droughtclimate-change-chihuahua-farmers-harvest-water-conagua climate-change-chihuahua-farmers-harvest-water-conagua

Drought

Flooding

Source: Flickr - https://c2.staticflickr.com/4/3157/2814472709_563acb8526.jpg

Source: Flickr - https://c2.staticflickr.com/4/3157/2814472709_563acb8526.jpg Source: Flickr - https://c2.staticflickr.com/4/3157/2814472709_563acb8526.jpg

A - Urban Runoff + Agriculture + Extraction

mexico-drought-

Source: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/photo/2013-07/20/c_132558214_4.htm

Extraction

Source: Flickr - https://c2.staticflickr.com/4/3157/2814472709_563acb8526.jpg

Source: Flickr - https://c2.staticflickr.com/4/3157/2814472709_563acb8526.jpg

Source: Google Maps Street View - http://www.maps.google.com Urban pressuresSource: Flickr - https://www.flickr.com/photos/gabodiazm/4270793318/in/set-72157623075207909 Riparian Forest Source: Google Maps Street View - http://www.maps.google.com

(JulyForest 2013) Urban pressures Desert Oasis Riparian UrbanFlooding pressures Riparian Forest Desert Oasis Oasis Riparian Forest Desert Chihuahua experiences periods of drought leading to soil erosion and dust storms. Seasonal rains sometimes lead to devastating Source: Flickr - https://www.flickr.com/photos/gabodiazm/4270793318/in/set-72157623075207909 Source: Flickr - https://www.flickr.com/photos/gabodiazm/4270793318/in/set-72157623075207909

Source: Google Maps Street View - http://www.maps.google.com

Water

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Pollution

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Oasis

Mining Extraction

Desert Oasis

Source: Google Maps Street View - http://www.maps.google.com

Desert Oasis

Major River Flow

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Extraction Landfills

C - Heavy Industry+Extraction + Landfill

Extraction Landfills River Basins

Wells

River Flow Major Tributary Flow

Water Treatment

Floodplain Urban Footprint Site Boundary Parque Nacional Cumbres de Majalca Agriculture & Maintained Land

D - Maquiladora+Sewage+Meat Processing +Urban Runoff


Density stands for Vulnerability (The denser, the higher risk) Main tributary Main water flow

Vulnerability Analysis Thumnail 1 - Tributary Water Volume

Thumnail 2 - Urban Density

Thumnail 3 - Erosion Vulnerability

Water Volume Small Erosion Risk High risk High Density Large

Low Density

Low risk


Activity Typology Study

Playground

Skate Park

Botanic Garden

Amphitheater

Events Space

Farmer’s Market

Jogging Trail

Bio Detention

Water Cleaning

Sewage Plants

Dams

Sports Field

Riverfront Park

Wetland

Grove

Pedestrian bridge

Pollution Control Plant Selection

Controlled Extraction

Mining & Gravel Extraction (As, Cr, Pb, U) Gamble Oak Sweet Gum

Black Willow Sunflower Long Bracht Eastern Soft Rush Spiderwort Gamagrass

Reduced Flood Pressure

Protected Agriculture

Urban & Industrial (As, CB, Fe, Pb, PCB) Laurel-leaved Golden Ryegrass Willow Weeping Willow

Tall Fescue Brake Fern Sideoats Grama

Highland Bentgrass

Phytoremediation:agriculture (As, CB, N, P) Big Bluestem Soft Rush Prairie Red Fescue Popular American Cotton wood Cord Grass Vetch


Tributary Typology & Strategy Water carried by the tributary A. Concrete channelized (urban)

Changes to the tributary No changes

B. Concrete with stairs on the B. Concrete with stairs on the B. Concrete with stairs on the edge (urban & suburban) edge (urban & suburban) edge (urban & suburban)

Gabion

Vegetation

Tributary intersect the river Widened channel Spillway teeth

URBAN

SUBURBAN

Vegetation


River course & Strategy 5. Detention

Based on the water volume and the space needed, there are two types of detention. The first one is inserted in a place where people can engage and recreat. For the second one, the water moves more directly to the river through three levels of area.

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Detention Type 1

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1. Diverter

2. Infiltration 4. Aeration waterfall Detention Type 2 3. Constructed riparian run

There will be several detention areas which deal with the water coming from the tributaries before the water enters the river.

RURAL

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Bank Typology

A

A. Sponge (Suburban) The inland lower channel will serve as a water container during flood period. When in dry season, it will serve as a plant buffer. People Flow Water Flow

B. Detention pond (Rural) In the urban section of the Chuviscar river corridor, there will be large detention area of grassland which can serve as an open place for people to gather and also a place to hold water in rain season.

B

People Flow Water Flow


C

C. Waterscape (Urban) The terrace will take advantage of the terrian and invite people to celebrate and engage the river corridor.

People Flow Water Flow D. A flexible edge (Urban) The stairs and terrace can tolerate water and help with water infiltration. In the dry season, the stairs will be ocupied by visitors.

D

People Flow Water Flow


Scenarios

Flexible Edge

Staircase made up of recycled composite decking Terrace during dry season

Water level during rain season

Path Typology Leisure path I

Leisure path II

Gravel concrete mix Locally sourced stone Gabion bank stablization

Gravel concrete mix Rip rap bank stablization


Wetland

Bank Stablization

Retaining wall Wetland

Pedestrian path

Bank buffer Pedestrian & Bicycle

Elevated leisure path

Ephemeral path

Large cut stepping stone Mitigating agriculture runoff

Spaces allowing flow of water


Detention Pond Perspective 1


Detention Pond Perspective 2


02 Process Park

- Rhythms and Rituals

Landscape Architecture Comprehensive Studio Instructor: Jason Sowell Collaborator : Lydia Kenselaar Location: Austin, Texas January - May, 2014

Process Park, sited on a 50-acre tract of land in West Austin, explores the ways in which people and animals can better connect to natural biological rhythms and processes in life and in death. Nearly the size of Austin’s Zilker park, this hybrid cemetery-park space has been remained as a patch-corridor network. The vegetation will naturally change over time, in a shifting mosaic of ecological zones. The experience of process park is heavily tied to connection to our habitat zones: Woodland, Shrubland, Mixed oak-juniper savanna, Riparian, and Grassland. These have been identified as priority habitat conservation areas by TX parks and wildlife and we see our site as a major opportunity to aid in conserving these threatened habitat types.

Design Thought Process Park is a place to celebrate life, reconnect with natural processes, and bring community together. It re-casts the traditional cemetery as a place of active occupation reconnecting us all to the natural rhythms and rituals of life and death, creating habitats for people and animals and a place of remembrance and celebration for community. In order to connect people more deeply to the natural chemical processes that bind all living things to one another, the cemetery embraces only natural disposition methods. Breaking down the body into ash, carbon, able to be reabsorbed by the earth and turned again into life.


Why a Park Here?

Brackenridge Tract Red Bud Isle Peace Park

Lamar Beach Zilker Park Butler Park

Looking at the site in the context of other green spaces in Austin, you can see that at 150 acres, it is quite substantial. It is similar in scale to the primary park space at Zilker Park. Within a two-mile radius of city center, it’s the second-largest green space. That’s about a 10 minute bike ride, or a 15-minute bus ride, or a 5 minute car ride. It’s also very near to a long stretch of largely undeveloped shoreline along Town Lake. How a park can serve as a cemetary?

Rituals - Wayfinding


Spatial Structure

Lines of Access

Open Spaces

Major Hubs

Closed Spaces

Roads

Pedestrian & Bicycle Circulation

Green Connections

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Building Type 1. Residential Building 2. Mixed-use Building 3. Scientific Center 4. Museum 5. Commercial Building 6. Parking Garage 1

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Outdoor Space

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7. Meadow 8. Community Garden 9. Hike & Trail 10. Community Park 11. Educational Park 12. Urban Agriculture 13. Terrace Scattering Field 14. Garden Scattering Area 15. Woodland Scattering Area 16. Main Chapel 17. Woodland Chapel 18. Bird Blind 19. Landmark Boulders 20. Preserved Area

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Existing SIte 5 5

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21. Brackenridge Field Lab 22. UT Graduate Housing 23. Red Bud Isle


Program Diagram

User Diagram & Plant Calender Widow Veteran Child Visiting Parent Office Worker Frequency Young Couple High Neighborhood Family

Low

Neighborhood Teenager Maintenance Tourist Canopy

Cemetery

Public Park

Urban Agriculture

Green Roof

Nursery

Nature Preserve

Understory

Scattering Diagram

Herbacious

Memorial Bird Blinds Wayfinding Boulders Scattering Paths Scattering Dispersal

Generation I

JAN

FEB

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MAR

APR

Generation II

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

Generation III

OCT

NOV

DEC


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Laser-cut steel plate


Central Scattering Terrace


Memorial Pavilion


03 VANAKKAM

- The Poetics of Building

Design-built Studio Instructor: Coleman Coker Location: Bodhidharma School | Aleyendal Village, Tamil Nadu, India January - May, 2015 Project Team: Rebecca Brown, Felipe Calderon, Pearlene Cheah, Alex Dallas, Ricardo Diaz, Joel Effland, Siwen Fang, Angeliki Giannisi, Tobias Gutheil, Claire Miller, Ben Parker, Alex Warr, Henry Wen

This studio was asked to design a K-12 school for a Dalit community. The project aimed to study and question the extent to which buildings can impact people’s lives. The school was designed with local cultural and environment in mind. The school’s curriculum will teach a place-based approach meant to raise bioregional awareness and entrepreneurship.

Design Thought Largely off the grid, the school will need to use solar energy, water capture and gray water reuse. An edible permaculture landscape, composting and passive bio-climactic design strategies further help promote independence and resilience. As the design’s poetic foundation, a regenerative design philosophy is embedded throughout, not just the campus design, but in the school’s learning programs where Dalit students not only grow their own food but are also taught sustainable practices for their daily lives. As part of the field-based approach that tests the design’s poetic potential, students constructed a full-scale mockup in Austin, TX to test material, proportion and alternative technologies. Using steel in lieu of concrete, student’s tested a bamboo shade screen designed for the school’s outdoor teaching area. For the hot humid climate of Tamil Nadu, a breathable wall was also tested using recycled bottles.


Building Module Structural Diagram

Concrete Slab Concrete Column and Collar Beam System Compressed Earth Block Infill

Ferrocement Panel Roof System Bambbo Screened Trellis

Building Unit

Bamboo + Wood Frame


Building Module & Environmental Strategies Diagram Solar Section

Ventilation Section

Ventilation Plan Water Flow Section

Water Flow Plan

Landscape & Program Phasing


Module Combination Plan

Building Legend 1. Principal’s Office 2. Teachers’ Lounge 3. Library 4. Computer Lab

5. 10th Grade Classroom 6. 11th Grade Classroom 7. 12th Grade Classroom 8. Boys’ Toilet

Module Combination Section

9. Girls’ Toilet 10. Central Play Area 11. Cisterns 12. Bicycle Parking

13. Educational Gardens 14. Medicinal Gardens 15. Outdoor Teaching Areas 16. Breezeways


Module Component Diagram

Solid Walls

Teaching Walls

Open Walls

Screen Walls


Outdoor and indoor relationship


Bamboo Pavilion Construction

Material: Angle Steel, Concrete, Wasted Beer Bottles, Bamboo, Steel, Gravel. Techniques Used: Electric Welding, Concrete Mixing, Concrete Pouring. Construction Process: https://vimeo.com/127756778

Section 1

Section 2


GSEducationalVersion

GSEducationalVersion

3,0" 1,5" 1,5"

3,0" 1,5" 1,5"


04 Innovation Hub - Midtown Atlanta ULI Competition Instructor: Simon Atkinson Collaborator : Yiqun Yang, Wei Xiao, Teng Li, Amruta Ponkshe Location: Atlanta, Georgia January, 2016

Design Thought Midtown today has emerged as an authentic urban community. A vibrant cosmopolitan center with a healthy mix of residences, businesses, cultural destinations, educational institutions, green space, and retail and restaurants - - all enhancing and supporting each other. Yet, Midtown remains a work in progress. Our design is guided to create a diverse neighborhood that provides a mixture of uses, affordable housing, linkages to higher education and healthcare to attract all age levels, and an inclusive local community reflecting Atlanta’s rich ethnic landscape. Launching this neighborhood into future is facilitated by the strategic leveraging of existing resources. Building upon the current momentum, The Innovation Hub connects Midtown Atlanta to a sustainable future where people, creativity, and economy are brought together to create a premier hi-tech district. These key pillars are leveraged through the availability of human capital from across Atlanta and Georgia. Intertwined within this strategy are the six themes of mobility, culture, community, education, environment, and business driving the urban design strategy within the project and foster innovative ideas propelling us towards the future and link The Innovation Hub at Midtown to Atlanta, Georgia, and the world.


Regional Analysis - Urban Sprawl Pre - 1939

1950 - 1960

2000 -2010

6%

Yearly rise in average price of square feet.

88%

Residences commute by car.

1980 - 1990

0.3% higher than national unemployment rate(5.6%,2015).

5.3% lower than natinal average(9.8% of city land area,2006).

Site Analysis


Innovation Hub

Office Typology

SINGLE MODULE - Small business

COMBINED MODULES LARGE MODULE - Established business -Growing Business (High-tech sucess)

ENTERPRISE

WORKSHOP - Manufacture and Sell

Commercial Boardwalk

Students

STUDIO

TWO BEDROOM

LIVE / WORK

Locals

PREPHASES


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Conncetivity & Mobility

Slow Lane Green Axis Green Corridor

Street Car Bike Lane Subway

Green Connector

Field trips Paticipants Dog-lovers

One-day Visitors

Community Members

Runners

Medical Workers Empty Nesters

Young Professions

Biker Start-ups

PHASE 1

Tailgater

Events-goers

Tourists

Market Farmers

PHASE 2

PHASE 3

Student’s Backyard

POSTPHASE


INFRASTRUCTURE / LANDSCAPE 1 2 3 4

Tech Bridge Olympic Park Yellow Jacket Park Midtown Plaza 2

INNOVATION HUB Technology Village Spring Street Tower 3 Technology Village Residential Phase 2 4 Technology Village Office Phase 2 5 Varsity Expansion 6 Yellow Jacket Park Cafe 7 Market On The Green 8 Midtown Hotel 9 Shops of Midtown 10 Bank of America 11 Bank of America Community 12 Midtown Plaza Community 1 2

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CIVIC 1 2 3 4

Georgia Tech Midtown Libary Media Center North Avenue Transit Station

FUTURE DEVELOPMENT 1 2 3 4

Mix-use Development 1 Mix-use Development 2 Mix-use Development 3 Mix-use Development 4

EXISTING SITE 1 Boddy Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field

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2 Technology Square 3 Fox Theatre 4 Peachtree Street


O2

Mixing Soil

Midtown Hotel

Midtown Plaza Community

Bio-swale

Residential

Retention Roof Garden


O2

Library

Olympic Park

Elevated Highway Park - Yellow Jacket Park

Student Dormitary


05 Undergraduate Work - Strategic Design

Thought How can a design affect a city? One of the purposes of design is to solve problems. A designer should have an ability of observing the challanges and brings out a solution.

BETTER LIFE ?? LIVING IN A CITY FULL OF RUBBISH!


Problems

Garbage distribution

The Rubbish is everywhere

city partition

Commercial District

Residential Area

Scenic Area

Strategy Sanitaion Workers directly face the rubbish and are the rubbish liquadators. Their work will have a direct impact on the city’s garbage operation. The design takes the workers as a research object. From the perspective of liquadators, the design tries to solve the problem of the city. In the past 10 years, The change of the city’s daily life garbage

3,400/1,900 = 1.7894736842

12.50/5.54 = 2.2563176895 In the past 10 years, The change of the city’s sanitation worker

Left : current situation Right: actual demand

Conclusion: Demand for sanitation worker Each area , the distribution of workers is less than the demand.

WHERE IS A PLACE OF NO RUBBISH??

SANITATION WORKERS ACCIDENT

DEATH


Design Performance Contrast & Evaluation Sensibility

Hydroskimmer

Vacuum Cleaner

Instrumentality Comfortbleness Feasibility

Airflow

Approaches

Physical Cases

Floating

Vacuum

Pressure


Hydroskimmer

Vacuum Cleaner

Advantage of the design 1. Dexerous, easy to walk around 2. Can cross benefit 3. Simple to operate

Advantage of the design 1. Have high movability 2. High efficiency 3. Simple to operate


Detail Design & Process


Future Scenario


06 Professional Work - HOK - Mixed Use Concept Design - Commercial - Master Plan Competition - Justice - Corporate Building Renovation - Construction Documentation - Shop Drawings Review - Site Furniture Selection


FARMER’S

FARMER’S MARKET

Farmer’s Mark

OUTDOOR

OUTDOOR CULTURAL EVENTS

OUTDOOR

DECEMBER 01, 2016

OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE


MARKET

ket RAL EVENTS DECEMBER 01, 2016

OUTDOOR CULTURAL EVENTS

OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE Outdoor Cultural Event

OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE

Outdoor Performance

OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE

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ALLEN PARKWAY MIX

RMANCE

ALLEN PARK

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ALLEN PARKWAY MIXED USE _ HOUSTON, TX

ALLEN PARKWAY MIXED USE _ HOUSTON, TX


06 Professional Work - HOK - Mixed Use Concept Design - Commercial - Master Plan Competition - Justice - Corporate Building Renovation - Construction Documentation - Shop Drawings Review - Site Furniture Selection


Project

IMPERIAL MARKET 198 Kempner Street Sugar Land, TX 77478 Prepared for

The Texas Real Estate Fund Client Location: Sugar Land, TX

Contract No: 14.10075.00

Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum, L.P. 3200 Southwest Freeway, Suite 900 Houston, TX 77027 USA t +1 713 407 7700 f +1 713 407 7809

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Project

IMPERIAL MARKET 198 Kempner Street Sugar Land, TX 77478 Prepared for

The Texas Real Estate Fund Client Location: Sugar Land, TX

Contract No: 14.10075.00

Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum, L.P. 3200 Southwest Freeway, Suite 900 Houston, TX 77027 USA t +1 713 407 7700 f +1 713 407 7809

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06 Professional Work - HOK - Mixed Use Concept Design - Commercial - Master Plan Competition - Justice - Corporate Building Renovation - Construction Documentation - Shop Drawings Review - Site Furniture Selection


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06 Professional Work - Internship - Site design development - Construction documents - Graphics & marketing documents for public sector projects


- Construction document or private parks, streetscapes & private sector projects - Irrigation Caculation - Tree Protection Caculation - Schematic Design -Shop drawings review during construction phase.


Site Design Development - Creat a natural park-like setting in a recreational center.

Duty: Made sketches for several options and put the one option into Rhino and made digital production. Time Duration: 1 week.

Perspective I - Entrance Terrace

Perspective II - Meandering Path through Wildflowers & Native Grasses


Perspective III - Rain Garden to Screen Service Area

Perspective IV - West Plaza


Site construction document of a local Animal Shelter Video Link: https://vimeo.com/175296067


Detail Construction Drawing & Landscape Detail Section


07 Other Work APP Interface Design Related Link: https://vimeo.com/218040812


07 Other Work

Pen Sketches


07 Other Work Visual Communitcation Analytique Course Work Instructor: Hope Hasbrouk


The composition used building roofs to frame the work and draw continuous attention. The intention of studying how light penetrates various transparent media is shown by elaborate rendering. Animation Link: https://vimeo.com/128115311

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