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PORTFOLIO GARY YEUNG HO YIN PORTFOLIO

[Contact: 67501457] [Email: garyeung1992@gmail.com]


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[CONTENT] [DESIGN STUDIO] [2 - 21] SALT MAKING RISING FROM THE HORIZONS

[22 - 26] MEMBRANE STRUCTURE DOUBLE CURVE FABRICATION

[27 - 30] BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CENTER Glass Ceanteen Vertical Extension Modification

[31 - 34] HOHHOT INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Facing extream hot and cold climate

[35 - 41] LEGAL METAMORPHOSIS Parallel Trading Center

[COMPETITION] [43 - 44] PAULK HOUSE Mr James Paulk Private Ower

[45] THE BOND ALIVE

The ‘Column of Sustainability’ Design Competition

[46] PLAYSCAPE COMPETITION Vertical Common-Ground

[47] SEOUL SUPERSKYSCRAPER Permaculture Towe

[48 - 49] LUNG TSUN STONE BRIDGE The 4th Dimension

[PRACTICE] [51] CNC MILLED 3D SCANNER PLATFROM & STORAGE CAB Intern Practice

[52] DESIGN & SCRIPTING CONSULTANCY & FABRICATION OF TEYRA V2 Intern Practice

[53] 1:20 SCALE ROUTE D MODEL Intern Practice

[54] 1:15 SCALE MODEL FOR OUTDOOR SCULPTURE Intern Practice

[55] SAAMLUNG GALLERY Intern Practice

[56] LOOKING FIR ALICE

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Intern Practice

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RISING FROM THE HORIZONS Background Since the eighteenth century, salt farming has always been the core value of Yim Tin Tsai Island, and introducing vertical salt farming to the Island is therefore almost an intuitive response. Vertical salt farming salt block serves to innovate the abandoned industry, and further pushes such culture beyond the physical constraints of the Island.

A Change of Dimension Bringing dimensional and operational contrast to the existing salt farm – from horizontal to a vertical gesture— the Vertical Salt Farming Block is experimenting an extension of localized salt farming industry beyond the Island, and beyond physical constraints of traditional horizontal salt pans.

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Education through Action

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To education, the Environmental Education Centre exhibits and illustrates the potential of salt farming over settings apart from the rural, towards anywhere. Visitors are exposed to both visual and physical contact with salt farming. The salt block displays both cultural and aesthetic values of the industry, Salt faming will have more than just for survival value to villagers. Over the timeline of Yim Tin Tsai, vertical salt farming extends the life of the industry.


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The island has an area of 0.24 km². It is located in Port Shelter, the harbour located south of Sai Kung Peninsula and east of the Sai Kung mainland. It is connected by a breakwater in its southern part to the larger island of Kau Sai Chau. The smaller islands of Shek Chau and Kwun Cham Wan are located off the coast of Yim Tin Tsai, in the northwest and the southwest respectively. [above: Site Analysis of Yim Tim Tsai]

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[THE TRDITIONAL SALT MAKING PROCESS]

[Top] The diagram above show the different stages in traditonal salt making process Water Storage, Evaporation and Crystallization [Bottom] Section of the Old Salt Pan [above: Site Analysis of Yim Tim Tsai]

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How Salt Farm (Salt-making unit using plastic sheet) Work? Method Seawater is captured at high tide in reservoirs, this in turn is fed into the shallow ponds (3” depth) where the seawater is left to partially evaporate. When the brine is of sufficient strength it was pumped by windmill to a holding tank. Pipes fed the brine down to the metal pans in the boiling house under which coal fires were lit and the brine was boiled until the moisture was evaporated. The sea salt manufacture was seasonal, -depending good THE weather, but an average RISING on FROM HORIZONS - season was sixteen weeks.

Plastic cover One litre of sea water

Salt 30gm

Sea water contains 30-40 g of salt per 1000 cc or 1 liter (30-40 kg of salt per 1000 liters). One kilo is about 1 liter.

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Sea water

Water evaporates Salt crystallize

The plastic ponds have a perimeter frame of 5.0 cm thick lumber (preferably coco lumber where wood lumber is expensive) with varying widths. The plastic sheet should be black, with thickness of at least .025 mm. Seawater evaporate 2.62 cm more quickly on black color than on white or light color which reflects sunlight. It is recommended that one-unit plastic pond shall consist of two units rectangular evaporation ponds measuring 12.0 × 6.0 × 0.6 m; two units pre-crystallization rectangular saltbeds measuring 12.19 m × 6. 10 m × 38.10 cm; and, four units crystallization square saltbeds, measuring 6.0 m × 6.0 m × 7.50 cm. Provide strong posts where the lumber frames are nailed. Hold the plastic sheets in place with thumbtacks. Fill

The land should be well-leveled and cleared of all plants and sharp objects (stones, nails, coral, stumps) that can damage or make hole to the plastic sheet. The land should also be wellcompressed before the frames are placed. 1. Usually, three sets of ponds are needed— evaporation, concentration and crystallization) 2. The position of the different ponds should be gradually sloping towards the lower elevation or drain.

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Crystallization process

3. Transfer the sea water more easily to the evaporation pond with the use of manual-type centrifugal pump or pedal pump (used for irrigation) anchored to a wooden platform. This is recommended for a small-scale production of two to four production units. The pumped water shall pass through a wooden or bamboo canal to the evaporation pond. This is done to elevate the flow of sea water to the salt production site by using wooden post where the canals are attached.

4. Leave the water in the ponds to evaporate. 5. After reducing the initial volume to one half, siphon off or transfer the brine to the concentration pond. The evaporation time to one half the initial-volume level depends on light intensity, air movement and size of pond. Siphoning can be done with the use of plastic hose with 1.27-1.59 cm hole in varying numbers.

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Salt heap space 6. Leave the brine solution in the concentration pond to further evaporate until its initial volume is reduced to one third. 7. Then, siphon it off or transfer to the crystallization pond or saltbeds. Use plastic hose of 1.27-1.59 cm diameter for siphoning. A pail or bucket can also be used but it is labor-and time-consuming. Attach two water faucets of 1.59 cm size between evaporation and concentration if the elevation of the source is higher.

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8. Leave the brine in the crystallization pond to evaporate further until it is reduced to one third of its original level. At this time, salt crystals begin to form when the brine is almost evaporated.

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· Better-quality salt is obtained when the seawater is filtered through a cotton cloth before transferring to the different evaporation ponds. This is to remove impurities. · While a salinometer can be used to measure the concentration of salt in the brine, the best indicator for practical purposes is the reduction in the level of the brine solution. 9. Collect the salt crystals and expose them further to sunlight to dry in small heaps.

[THE TRDITIONAL SALT MAKING PROCESS: Deatil] I did a study of how salt making working in detail, it explain the requirement needed in every step of salt making. [above: Study of the process in salt making]


Crystals will form on a string suspended in a saturated solution. As the solution cools, crystallization begins on the rough surface of the string. Crystals continue to form as the cooling solution â&#x20AC;&#x153;gives upâ&#x20AC;? more dissolved salt onto the growing mass. - RISING FROMcrystal THE HORIZONS -

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[ALTERNATIVE METHOD OF SALT MAKING] This is a model to illustrate how salt making can happen in an alternative way, how salt making happen in different diamenion, not only happen in horzontal level but also vertical level. The string absorb the salt water front bottom, the salt water evaporation and crystallize, the salt then store along the string. [above: Study of the Vertical Salt Farming]

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[ALTERNATIVE METHOD OF SALT MAKING] The result after the string absorted salt water in a week time. [above: Study of the Vertical Salt Farming]


[COMPLETE PROCESS OF SALT MAKING]

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This is a model to illustrate how the string salt framing can happen in a module, the string absorb salt water from the container, the wheel turn and collect the water on the top to maximize the exposure for evaporation then turning again for crystallization and salt are being collect at the back.

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[above: A model to show the complete process of string salt farming]


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[INTEGRATED BUILDING WITH VERTICAL SALT FARMING] At the very begining, the first intention is to create a large constrast in the level of diamenion between the traditional salt pan and the vertical salt farming architecture, the traditional salt pan as horizontal and the new architecture as vertical.

[rendering: the first intention of the design]


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[DEVELOPMENT DIAGRAM]

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[Top] The first attempt is to located the vertical salt block in the middle of the building, but locating the in the center will produce lot of problem, but the block will produce lot of moisture and salt dust that cause corrosion

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[Middle] The second attempt is to locate the salt block on the far end of the building, but this cause the salt block is too disconnected to the main building [Bottom] The last temp is to change the town to more flat, but mush tall to make the contrast the vertical and horizontal salt farming, also using the outdoor workshop to allow space for the salt block and the main building

[diagram: the three main stage of the design development]


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[PROGRAMME DIAGRAM]

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[Top] Private area - all the private programme are locate all on the corner of the building next to the exhibition space, so staff will have easy access from the exhibition storage to exhibition

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[Second] Exhibition area is located facing the salt block and the next to the courtyard, so visitor can chose to go to the experience in vertical salt farming or can chose to go enjoy the outdoor environment [Third] The vertical salt farming is located on the outer area of the building make the large contrast between vertical and horizontal salt farming build also provide nice view indoor and outdoor [Bottom] The vertical salt farming is located on the outer area of the building make the large contrast between vertical and horizontal salt farming build also provide nice view indoor and outdoor [Above: programme diagram to show the relationship of each programme]


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[Top] Roof louver above the glass roof provide diffuse sunlight project indoor

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[DESIGN STRATEGY DIAGRAM]

[Middle] Opening on the walking deck and roof louver above the wetland, letting the moisture flow away the building

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[diagram: the three main strategy of the design]

[Bottom] Glass shelter for the vertical salt farming block to keep the area ware to speed up the crytializate process. Having the salt block only shelter not indoor, because it help stopping the heat and dust get inside the building but flow away above the louver roof.


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[Top]Entrance of the building [Second] Main exhibition space [Third] Vertical salt farming block [Bottom] Countyard with cafe

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[Above: rendering of different space]


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[Sea Water storage pond for the Vertical Salt farming machine]

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[The worker path]

As soon as worker finish collecting the salt from the Vertical Salt Farm, they could go directly to the pier for transportation.

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The vertical salt farming machine is separated into 5 module, the angle have to variation to adapt the sun angle different in winter and sumer [Above: diagram to show flow of how the architecture interact with the traditional salt pans]

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1. Aluminium Louver 2.Glass Roof Angled Spider 3.Aluminium Flash Plate 4.False Ceiling Diffuser 5.A/C Outlet 6.Raised Floor slab 7.Inlet 8.Hanger (false ceil) 9.Corrogated Decking 10.Reinforced sSab 11.I-beam (primary structure) 12.Insulation 13.Concrete Footing 14.Sub-frace for Raised floor 15.Double Glazd window

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[Above: detail section]


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Vetical Salt Farming Steel Frame

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Expose Axonometric of Buildin System

1. Reception 2. Preperation room 3. Exhibition space 4. Pre-function gathering 5. M&E 6. Exhibition storage 7. Toilet 8. Book store 9. Teacher’s common room 10. Workshop 11. Seminar room 12. Interactive pantry 13. Childern’s activity space 14. Salt block 15. Cafe 16. library 17. cloakroom

[Top: Left expose axon] [Bottom: right first and second floor plan]

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[Above: first half of the section to show the second half of site context]


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[Above: second half of the section to show the second half of site context]


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[Above: photo of the 1:50 sectional model of the vertical salt farming machine]


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[Top: 1:50 sectional model] [bottom: Final presentation model]


DOUBLE CURVE FABRICATION

MEMBRANE STRUCTURE

- DOUBLE CURVE FABRICATION -

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Membrane Structure: Double Curve Fabrication

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[Part 1]

Minimal Surface wth developable strips Minimal Surface Fabrication : from tetrahedron node to developable strips This excercise examine and possibility to fabricate light diffusing surface into minimal surface. By creating the base geometry with solid node based extruded surface, developable strips are able to be extracted and and hence to develop a interweaved surface.

[Part 2]

Interweaving and Interlocking Strips


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[top] Design line drawing [bottom left]Connection Generation [bottom right]Flatten Strips

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[Material and Fabrication] Brass Sheets with thickness 0.2mm is chosen due to it.s ability to bend and its stiffness. CNC machine is used to cut the sheets according to exported files. [Construction Process] CNC Cutting > Strips Connection > Individual Cylinders Forming > Cylinders Joining

[bottom: Documentary Video]

Duration: 2:07: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8eJWLHnUhw


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MEMBRANE STRUCTURE

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[Final 1:1 Membrane]


Glass Ceanteen Vertical Extension Modification

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The preparation of a new student centre and canteen began in 1966. The local firm Wong Ng Ouyang did the design in 1969. The building opened for use in 1972.

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Benjamin Franklin The Benjamin Franklin Centre is the first building constructed in central campus, completed in 1969. It is designed as a student activity centre . It has six floors with a total area of 4,400sqm.

Case Studies and Comparison

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Solar Path of Hong Kong

34.

Maintaining sufficient air change and thermal comfort in large volume spaces in Tropical Area such as Hong Kong is a challenging issue. By looking at nearby examples, problems in such area is easily identifable. We have chosen two example with significant issues in the area.

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Annual Wind Rose at Shatin

Hong Kong General Climate

Ventilation and Thermal Comfort in Public Buildings

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Building Volume not designed for mechanical air conditioning

Con

The Chinese University of Hong Kong Campus

1.1 Introduction

Ben ja Can min tee Fran n kli

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As the buildings were at first intended to be naturally ventilated with only eletric fan as support, the interior volumne tend to be tall and airy. This create inherented problems as mechanical air conditioning on the contrary require controlled, small space to be efficieient,

01 Background Research

1.3

Selected Building

Inefficient, uncordinated use of mechanical air conditioning

Glass Box Canteen Modification

Both building were designed without air-conditioning in the first hand, subsequent provision is piece-meal, unorganized and inefficient to cool the interior. Lots of electricity is needed and its noisy both outdoor and inddor

Ventilation and Thermal Comfort in Public Buildings

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Hohhot International School Facing extream hot and cold climate

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Parallel Trading Center

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[Legal metamorphosis] Sheung Shui My project site is Sheung Shui, Sheung Shui is famous for parallel trading, parallel trading is a business that trying to get away for paying taxes, trading back to mainland china. What interesting about this topic is that the parallel trader is how they uses a local bicycle park-ing space convert into a trading market for couriers, it is also interesting the how they have a hidden system in the cooperation of the trading( eg. How they arrange goods ,the timeta-ble of the couriers and the way of packing goods. However, the business is effecting the lo-cal living, I believe something needed to be done to stop or replace this business, replacing this business will have a advantage of creating jobs for the local couriers. [Above: parallel trading daily routine]


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[Above: Documentary Video]

[Easy Money] Duration: 0:58 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uw-J5bU1Sk


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[Above: Final 1:200 model]


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[Above: Final Persentation Panel]


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Architecture Competition

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Architecture Competition

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[Paulk House] PORTFOLIO [The Bond Alive Column Competition] [Playscape Vertical Common-Ground Competition] [Seoul Superskyscraper Permaculture Tower Competition] [Lung Tsun Stone Bridge Design Competition]


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[Paulk House] Under Professor Mrs Minjung Maing P.E. MAing Consulting Engineers Team WAF shortlisted

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Water Conservation Two 1000 gallon cisterns located at east and west side of house

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CUHK has mission to educate students. Education is the best and continuous way to protect the environment.

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The column is divided into “Education”, “Action”, “Process”, “Success” and “Target”, where these are steps for education. Students know the essential of protecting environment, then they should have chance to take action. Most importantly, they should know the action should be done continuously and encouragement is required. Once students have a common target, they work together interestingly and feel success, then the action becomes their habit. Reducing waste is easy to do, so it is chosen to be an idea of interaction between students and column.

The Bond Alive provides a space for students to gather and go towards a new life using renewable energy.

Steel ring of LED light

Projection of target

Power up by winfd energy

Can be updated. Same leve as 4th floor of YIA

Projection of “ Days”

Wind Turbine

Base on the target of reducing waste to landfill by 12%, minimum amount of waste needed to be recycled monthly is calculated. Every month, the number of days used to collect that specific amount of waste will be displayed at the top, together with the long term target by projection.

Located behind the facade

Metal Bead Facade

Can move together with wind

Column The column has five rings of LED lights and has recycle bins surround it. Above the bins, there is educational board to tell students what to do.

Result

The ‘Column of Sustainability’ Design Competition

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YIA is windy, wind energy is used to power up LED lights. And facade will move together with wind. The column is sustainable and it is closely related with environment.

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Near the end of each month, most LED lights up and can become an eye-catching place.

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Recycle Bin Contain sensor to detect the waste. Once students put a rubbish into the bin, one LED lights up.

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Isometric View

[The Bond Alive] Team: Gary Yeung, Kitty Wong


[Playscape Competition Vertical Common-Ground]

Team: Professor Minjung, Gary Yeung, Linus Cheng

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Social Mixing Programs: mini golf and Cycling

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V E R T I C A L

Existing Site

Existing Podium Park in Elements, West Kowloon

JORDON, HONG KONG

Public Spaces in Poor and Rich Urban Blocks

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Despite the close distance between the two significant urban clusters of residentials in jordon, they share a completely different state of public space. The Elememts podiums cluster owns a public park as if it’s own POPS.; which creat a huge contrast to the bizarre urban comditions in the lower income’s Man Wai Clusters. This project seeks to create a common ground between the two groups with different incomes, allow them to interact and more importantly, to share a equal quality of public space.

Podium Park

C O M M O N G R O N U D

Despite the close distance between the two significant urban clusters of residentials in jordon, they share a completely different state of public space. The Elememts podiums cluster owns a public park as if it’s own POPS.; which creat a huge contrast to the bizarre urban comditions in the lower income’s Man Wai Clusters. This project seeks to create a common ground between the two groups with different incomes, allow them to interact and more importantly, to share a equal quality of public space.

SOCIAL MIXING PODIUM PARK

Vertical Common-Ground

PLAYSCAPE COMPETITION

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Mini Golf Facilities

Social Mixing: A Common Public Space

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The Podium Park

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View From Suspended Deck

Despite the close distance between the two significant urban clusters of residentials in jordon, they share a completely different state of public space. The Elememts podiums cluster owns a public park as if it’s own POPS.; which creat a huge contrast to the bizarre urban comditions in the lower income’s Man Wai Clusters. This project seeks to create a common ground between the two groups with different incomes, allow them to interact and more importantly, to share a equal quality of public space.

Suspended Bridge

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Elements Podium Park

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Reflection Walkway

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Steel Frame Attached to existing Buildings

Construction Method

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Despite the close distance between the two significant urban clusters of residentials in jordon, they share a completely different state of public space. The Elememts podiums cluster owns a public park as if it’s own POPS.; which creat a huge contrast to the bizarre urban comditions in the lower income’s Man Wai Clusters. This project seeks to create a common ground between the two groups with different incomes, allow them to interact and more importantly, to share a equal quality of public space.

Mirror Bridge

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Massing Process

The BOTANICAL GARDENS is the heart of the building elevated up to joint terrace between the two towers with views to toward the city center and to prominent cityscapes of the hills that surround the center city. The gardens present an escape for the seoul citizens and visually connects the hills tops sounding the city center (where the hills once formed the boundary of the city)

PERMACULTURE is a system of perennial agriculture emphasizing the use of renewable natural resources and the enrichment of local ecosystems. The two towers face each other show their interior functions through exposed sections to each other and outwards of the site. Display of the tower functions is in part to let more light into the deeper sections and to provoke learning experiences of its users.

The design proposes to rethink the idea of production with community engagement and a learning institute for the Seoul community to increase awareness and sensitivity to adopt new sustainable ways of living. PRODUCE FOR HEALTH AWARENESS. Today’s food is so readily available, brought in from the outlying regions, flown in from other countries that society is increasing insensitive to the efforts of nature in food production and scale of consumption.

Much of the debate on vertical farming is the compromised environment and efficiency to that of traditional farming. The solar access and ambundent ventilation taken for granted in traditional farming is a challenging task to adopt in skyscrapers. Yet the potential benefits to tower farming lies in compact mass production - ability to stack production to increase by more than four times per farm plot space (equivalent to skyscraper floor area) – and proximity – low food miles.

Nature and Technology transcending to co-exist in a brave new world of traditions.

PERMACULTURE TOWER

Permaculture Towe

SEOUL SUPERSKYSCRAPER

The design proposes to combine aquaponics and hydroponics with flowing mass production. Fish is grown in the base of the site, underground and water spires that run from the fish tank to the upper levels connect the water supply from the hydroponic production above the botanical gardens. Food plantation above the garden level displays a life cycle of the plants with the seedlings at the top and cycling down to the botanical garden level with pluckings that would happen along the way.

Eco-cycle : cultivation and production

With the intention of being a learning institute the façade converts from double skin systems with the outer thin mesh system that functions to disperse direct light on the SOUTH. Exposed sections of the building use clear glass and are strategically used where there direct light is wanted, livestock cultivation and end-of–cycle food production.

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Team: Professor Minjung, Gary Yeung, Linus Cheng

[Seoul Superskyscraper Permaculture Tower]


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The 4th Dimension

The 4th Dimension Team: Gary Yeung, Linus Cheng, Kitty Wong, Jazz Koon, Jason Ho, Tracy Lee

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Our project enhances the integration between the bridge and the community. The water used above the bridge is the grey water from the surrounding community and will flow to the Kai Tak River after passing an exhaust water system. Tourists and residents can visit the bridge from different direction; the journey is ended with a green public park where visitors and residents can enjoy the space freely.

In the light of the historical significance of the Lung Tsun Stone Bridge, our project highlights “the Dimension of time” of the bridge through a unique journey. The bridge keeps its role in serving the community while educating in the district for all people coherently. Our project can fully show the time dimension of the socio-economic development of the Kowloon City District by providing a unique experience for visitors and residents. There are several ramps and paths for people to choose, in order to allow people having an overview of the bridge. A part of the remnants of the bridge is used as a museum, which provides a thorough view of the bridge to the public in a historical manner. As the bridge is placed under a glass of stream, a harmony atmosphere is created through the chiaroscuro composed by the water and the bridge. People can enjoy the poetic journey whilst understanding the dimension of time of the Kowloon Walled City and the Lung Tsun Stone Bridge.

Construction of a shared identity between Kai Tak and Kowloon City Residents through translation of time into architecture

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Intern Practice PORTFOLIO

Intern Practice

PRACTICE

[CNC milled 3D scanner platfrom & Storage Cab] [Design & scripting consultancy & Fabrication of Tetra v2 ] [1:20 Scale model of ROUTE D] [1:15 Scale model for Outdoor sculpture] [Art Installation works for Jon Rafman] [Looking for Alice]

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[Client:TPC limited] [Designer:Otto Ng / Ottocad.net] [Event:CNC milled 3D scanner platfrom & Storage Cab] [Team: Art Lab / Ricci Wong, Ted AuYeung, Gary Yeung, Hugo Ma, Cherry Fung, Novia Yim] [Date:2012.08]


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DESIGN & SCRIPTING CONSULTANCY & FABRICATION OF TEYRA V2

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[Client: CUHK architecture students Michelle Lok, Ivan Cheung, Kenneth To, Dave Cheung, Marco Chan, StudioWF] [Service: Design & scripting consultancy & Fabrication of Tetra v2] [Event: Hong Kong/ShenZhen Architecture Biennale2011] [Team: Art Lab, Mow Yung, Josephine Ma, Norman Ung, Mo Kar Him, Gary Yeung, Calvin Chan, Hugo Ma, Geoff Wong,Josiah Chow] [Date: 2012.02]


Intern Practice

1:20 SCALE ROUTE D MODEL

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[Client: CL3] [Event: 1:20 Scale ROUTE D model] [Team: Art Lab / Ricci Wong, Ted AuYeung, Gary Yeung, Hugo Ma, Cherry Fung, Novia Yim] [Date: 2012.08]


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1:15 SCALE MODEL FOR OUTDOOR SCULPTURE

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[Designer: CL3] [Event: 1:15 Scale model for Outdoor sculpture] [Team: Art Lab / Ricci Wong, Ted AuYeung, Gary Yeung] [Date: 2012.05]


Intern Practice

SAAMLUNG GALLERY

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[Client: SaamLung Gallery] [Event: Art12 Hong Kong / Art Installation works for Jon Rafman, BNPJ: Delaunay Reading Room, 2012] [Team: Art Lab / Ricci Wong, Gary Yeung] [Date: 2012.05]


Intern Practice

LOOKING FIR ALICE

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[Client: CUHK / Faculty of Architecture] [Event: LCSD ArtAliveatPark 2012 - CUHK] [Location: Tai Po Promenade Park] [Title: Looking for Alice] [Designers: Abby Lao, Chloe Lam, Jade Chan, Sue Lau and Sarah La] [Technical Consultant: Art Lab / Ricci Wong] [Fabrication Team: Art Lab / Ricci Wong, Cherry Yu, Novia Yim, Ted AuYeung, Gary Yeung] [Date: 2012.07]


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