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GEZHI HUANG


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A Peripeteia in Berczy Park

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STREET PARK

‘Whirlpool’ Installation for Restoration, Recyclation and Riviving

PARK DESIGN

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Inspiration of Pa Ta Shan Jen's Painting

GARDEN DESIGN

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Plants' Roles Comtenporary Design

PLANTING DESIGN

24 City Fabric of Industrial Memory

URBAN SQUARE

32 Regional Environment, Ecology and Society

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URBAN ECOLOGICAL PLANNING

Psychological Spave for Children

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OTHER WORKS

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN


STREET PAR URBAN PERIPETEIA

A Reversal in Story with Reflection of Transition

11/2013-12/2013 | 1st SEMESTER MLA | BERZCY PARK | 5242 Sqm | TORONTO

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RK refelction of post-modern architecture

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Context Analysis

Site Analysis

reflection from the op 4 corner-entrances

material material & facade

1802

time 2010s

1940s

time

people coming from different direction sense the change of the atmosphere and feture of architecture surround the park. by creating refection of buildings which has the opposite characteristic of where the viewers stands, the park would enhance the sudden reverse and perform to audiences an urban peripeteia. reverse and perform to audiences an park would enhance the sudden of where the viewers stands, the which has the opposite characteristic by creating refection of buildings

mid-point on north&south pedestrian

the park. and feture of architecture surround sense the change of the atmosphere people coming from different direction

height & proportion

mid-point west pedestrian

Intersection

landuse

Business Commercial

Commercial Business Art&Exhibition Residence 4

Residence Cafe&Restaurant Art Exhibition

activitie & flows


pposite side sight line reflection lines reflection area

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time sight building activity

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experience

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N 10m

20m

50m

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PROPOSED CONTOUR LINES

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refelction of historical buildings refelction of gooderham buildings

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PARK DESIGN URBAN WHIRLPOOL

An installation to Restore Water and Inspire

01/2014-02/2013 | 2st SEMESTER MLA | RIVERDALE PARK | EAST SIDE 163030 Sqm | WEST SIDE 84812 Sqm | TORONTO

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CONCEPT IMAGE

DESIGN STRATEGIES Reduce Slope Gradient

Increase accessibility Easily collect water

CURRENT ISSUES

Add Water Restoration/ Food Control Installation Flooding

Stormwater

Chaotic

Inaccessible

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Recycle water for program use Water-based program/view

Flood control

Loosely defined space with high efficiency

Water restoration Water recycling

Add Sifferent Sized Activity Unit

Potentially guiding distribution of people/activity in terms of activity heirarchy

Space Definition Activity Heirarchy

In to park In to water

Add Slope and Level route for Circulation

Provide different spatial experience while determine space heirarchy for activity Access to water/park


COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN INSTALLATION sedimentation

Water Restoration/Recyclation/Flood Control Structure

purification swimming pool/watering

Unit Structure for Activity

sedimentation purification sedimentation

flood water

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CONCEPT DIAGR Hydrology

A

B

Program

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12

50

100

150

250(m)


RAMS Topography

Dry

Medium

Wet

Flooding

Short-Term/Low involved Short-Term/High involved Tour/Out door class/Events/Game

Long-Term/High involved Fishing/Festival/Game

Short-Term/Low Engaged

Short-Term/High Engaged

Long-Term/High Engaged

Long-Term/Low Engaged

Long-Term/Low involved Picnic/Sleeping/Stroll/Sun

Section A-A

Section B-B

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GARDEN DESIGN TRADITIONAL CHINESE GARDEN

A Garden Derived from Art of PA-TA-SHAN-JEN

02/2012-03/2012 | 3rd YEAR UNDERGRADUATE | RESIDENTIAL GARDEN | 15m ×45m | CHINA

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TEXTURE ANALYSIS of PA'S PANITINGS DISTANT HILLS WATER

MAIN HILL

BUILDING

ARTISTIC CONCEPTION DIAGRAM

八 山 大 人

Ta

Pa

Pa Ta Shan Jen is one of the most fabulous and creative painters in Chinese history.He was born during the late Ming and early Qing and once became a Buddhist monk in his 20s.But later he Jen Shan Dynasty become adherents of Taoism ,then founded and resided in Qing Yun Pu,a famous Taoist temple in Jiang Xi. Pa Ta Shan Jen has profound understanding of the philosophy of Taoism ,which,together with his astounding painterly strength made his literati paintings of high artistic value, sparkling even in today's modern art market. His master piece refines nature into some succinct brushwork of living elements which are endowed with certain spirit and emotion.He also formed a unique style with the great application method of white space in the picture to broaden the artistic conception . As far as I can tell, the essence of Chinese literati landscape paintings , as well as classical Chinese gardens,is to condense the natural universe and man's inward world into one picture or one garden to provide spiritual entertainment,which is perferctly reflected in the work of Pa Ta Shan Jen. Consequently, the design is heading to be in accordance with the character of his landscape paintings and bring to dwellers the enjoyment of life and Chinese culture. By study the pattern and prospect of landscape paintings of Pa Ta Shan Jen , also culture of his temple , this design make use of natural landscape landform and combination of elements from classical Chinese garden to create several levels of spacial experience and artistic conceptions through an overall landscape structure. 16

WHITE SPACE


GARDEN PLAN

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DESIGN DIAGRAM

SIGHT LINE sight barrier

TOURING ROUTE ENTRANCE

commanding elevation of sight

walking path

opposite line of sight

stopover point

outlooking sight

downward direction

open space semi-open space unsealed space private space

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PLANTING DESIG SPACE GENERATOR

Plants Act as Driving Force in Contemporary Garden

02/2014-02/2014 | 2nd SEMESTER GRADUATE | COMMUNITY GARDEN | 10m ×30m | TORONTO

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For the purposes of this project, we have assumed the site’s location to be in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We have assumed that bordered by small streets on all sides except to the north, where a low-rise commun also assumed to be low-rise.

clear, and have stronger contrasts between plants and hardscapes than if many more plant varieties are used. All selected plants are native to North by the a sidewalk around perimeter and is America. Two of the selected plants are evergreen in order to provide a reference point throughout the seasons, and other two plants are its selected All the other buildings in the area are for their high color and character variation over the seasons in order to create distinctive combinations of the fourlocated. plants over seasons. This way, variety is created without the need for a large variety of plants. Furthermore, the additional consideration of plant height, and plant placement based on height, creates various levels of openness appropriate to the three different open spaces: large group gathering, small group gathering, and individual space. For the purposes of this project, we have assumed the site’s location to be in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We have assumed that the site is enclosed by a sidewalk around its perimeter and is bordered by small streets on all sides except to the north, where a low-rise community center building is located. All other buildings in the area are also assumed to be low-rise.

DESIGN

DESIGN

GENERATOR GRID

Generator Grid

SEASONAL CA

Seasonal Calendar GENERATOR GRID

SEASONAL CALENDAR

Blue Arrow Juniper Juniperus scopulorum “Blue Arrow”

Holmstrup White Cedar Thuja occidentalis “Holmstrup”

SPATIAL CHARACTERISTICS

SPATIAL CHARACTERISTICS

Fragrant Sumac Rhus aromatica

Openness of Space

Height/Density of Plants

Spatial Characteristics

Openness of Space High

Low

Low

Height/Density of Plants Abbottswood Potentilla

Potentilla fruticosa “Abbottswood”

High

High

Low

Spring

Summer

Low

High

Fall

Winter

Spring Plant Blue Arrow Juniper Juniperus scopulorum “Blue Arrow”

Openness of Space

High

Holmstrup White Cedar Thuja occidentalis “Holmstrup”

Low

Fragrant Sumac Rhus aromatica

Low

Abbottswood Potentilla Potentilla fruticosa “Abbottswood”

Openness of Space

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High

Spread

Density

Foliage Type

3.7 m

1.2 m

Dense

Evergreen

Height/Density of Plant 2.4 m 0.9 m

High

0.9 m

Height/Density of Plant

Low

Low

Sunlight Requirement Plant List

Height (Maximum)

High

1.2 m

Full Sun

Plant

Dense

Evergreen

1.8 m

Dense

Blue Arrow Juniper scopulorum “Blue Arrow” Deciduous Juniperus Full Sun, Partial Shade, or Full Shade

0.9 m

Dense

Deciduous

Full Sun or Partial Shade

Hardiness Zone

Maintenance

3b

Relatively low maintenance shrub, best pruned in late winter once the threat of e

Height (Maximum)RelativelySpread Type Sunlig low maintenance Density shrub, recommendFoliage to only trim back new growth of 2b

3.7 m

remove any dieback.

1.2 m

Dense

Evergreen

Full Su

3a

Requires occasional maintenance and upkeep, and can be pruned at anytime.

Holmstrup White Cedar Full Sun or Partial Shade Thuja occidentalis “Holmstrup”

2.4 2a m

m Dense Full Su Relatively1.2 low maintenance shrub, best prunedEvergreen in late winter once the threat of e

Fragrant Sumac Rhus aromatica

0.9 m

1.8 m

Dense

Deciduous

Full Su

Abbottswood Potentilla Potentilla fruticosa “Abbottswood”

0.9 m

0.9 m

Dense

Deciduous

Full Su


SUMMER

t the site is enclosed nity center building is

Concept Collage SPRING

Spring

he context, such as buildings, paths, or plazas, but planting design can also be the designed afterwards or as an afterthought, planting design becomes the dominant

ALENDAR

Concept Discription

nting design as the space generator for creating the functional requirements of the n. Open spaces for activities and gatherings, as well as spaces for circulation paths, attern’s geometry at certain points to form the different sizes and types of spaces dscape will become derivative of the planting design’s logic rather than the other

FALL Blue Arrow Juniper Juniperus scopulorum “Blue Arrow”

Unity, clarity, contrast FALL than if many moreUnmistakable, plant varieties are used. All selected plants are native to North pronounced, distinctive de a reference point throughout the seasons, and the other two plants are selected Jarring, surprising contextual effects er to create distinctive combinations of the four plants over the seasons. This way,

SUMMER

Summer

FALL

Autumn

thermore, the additional consideration of plant height, and plant placement based three different open spaces: large group gathering, small group gathering, and

Planting design can be the result of existing spatial conditions in the context, such as buildings, paths, or plazas, but planting design can also be the generator of spatial conditions for the context. Rather than being designed afterwards or as an afterthought, planting design becomes the dominant ion to be in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We have assumed that the site is enclosed force that actually drives the character, form, and spirit of a space. ts on all sides except to the north, where a low-rise community center building is Holmstrup White Cedar

-rise.

With respect to this concept, the design of the garden uses the planting design as Thuja the space generator for creating the functional requirements of the occidentalis “Holmstrup” garden. Planting is made on a regular diagonal stepped grid pattern. Open spaces for activities and gatherings, as well as spaces for circulation paths, are derived from this generator grid by “magnifying” the stepped pattern’s geometry at certain points to form the different sizes and types of spaces needed. This way, the paths and open spaces comprising the hardscape will become derivative of the planting design’s logic rather than the other way around. SEASONAL CALENDAR clear, and have stronger contrasts between plants and hardscapes than if many more plantSumac varieties are used. All selected plants are native to North Fragrant America. Two of the selected plants are evergreen in order to provide a reference point Rhusthroughout aromatica the seasons, and the other two plants are selected for their high color and character variation over the seasons in order to create distinctive combinations of the four plants over the seasons. This way, variety is created without the need for a large variety of plants. Furthermore, the additional consideration of plant height, and plant placement based Blue Arrow Juniper scopulorum “Blue Arrow” WINTERappropriate to the three different open spaces:Juniperus on height, creates various levels of openness large group gathering, small group gathering, and individual space.

WINTER

For the purposes of this project, we have assumed the site’s location to be in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We have assumed that the site is enclosed by a sidewalk around its perimeter and is bordered by small streets on all sides except to the north, where a low-rise community center building is Abbottswood Potentilla Holmstrup White Cedar located. All other buildings in the area are also assumed to be low-rise. Potentilla fruticosa “Abbottswood” Thuja occidentalis “Holmstrup”

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Summer

Fall

Winter Fragrant Sumac Rhus aromatica

extreme cold has passed.

Hardiness Zone

Maintenance

ow un

3b

Relatively low maintenance shrub, best pruned in late winter once the threat of extreme cold has passed.

High

2bSpring

Shade unextreme or Partial cold has passed.

un, Partial Shade, or Full Shade Spread

Density

1.2Partial m Dense un or Shade 1.2 m

Dense

Winter

WINTER

Height/Density of Plants ght Requirement f current season and

Foliage Type Evergreen Evergreen

3a Sunlight Requirement

2aFull Sun Full Sun or Partial Shade

Abbottswood Potentilla Potentilla fruticosa “Abbottswood”

Relatively Summer

low maintenance shrub, recommend to only trim back new growth of current season and Fall Winter remove any dieback.

1:100 0

5m

Requires occasional maintenance and upkeep, and can be pruned at anytime. Hardiness Zone

Maintenance

maintenance best pruned late winter the threat of extreme cold cold has passed. Relatively3blow maintenanceRelatively shrub,lowbest prunedshrub, in late winterin once theonce threat of extreme has passed. 2b

Relatively low maintenance shrub, recommend to only trim back new growth of current season and remove any dieback.

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SQUARE DESIGN URBAN FABRIC

Weaving Industry Memory with City Life

09/2011-10/2011 | 3rd YEAR UNDERGRADUATE | TONGLE FANG INNOVATION PARK | 40m ×80m | SHANGHAI

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ELEMENT EXTRACT

ELEMENT CONTACT rain water

oďŹƒce

soil

dwelling

brick

river water

plant steel

stone

site oďŹƒce creativity industry

HARD

SOFT

The site is located in a corner of one innovation park which once was an industry estate.Old factories and constructions were rebuilt and transformed into energetic buildings for creative industry use,cultural facitilies and entertainment purpose.

commerce

LOCATION

SITE ANALYSIS

As a former industry district, the site is now surrounded by business and commercial land and is badly in need of a dynamic open space for work related people to rest and interact. According to the existing context which is highly connected to history memories and transitions, the site has proficiency to inherit characteristic of original locations while create new disposition of vitality.

JING AN DISTRICT

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ACTIVITY RELEVANT

MATERIAL DIAGRAM

activities

ELEMENT APPLY

material

water

steel paving

SOIL

steel

brick seat brick

plant

DESIGN CONCEPT

plant ceiling WATER

By extracting material elements which originally existed in the district of industry and apply them to the square in different creative ways in line with expected activities, the square would serve as a reminder of the history transition as well as an inspiration for people who experience it.

BRICK

The square is like a huge knitting work weaving all sorts of material elements together to form the whole. Therefore the concept of the square imitates the fiber tension of fabric in pattern while contains both hard and soft materials. Also the weave was three dimentional with two woven green frame and vertical plants. The square would be a reflection of the surroundings, present and past, and also an enjoyable space for daily recreation. STEEL

PLANT 27


POSSIBLE FORMS DEVELOPIN

M A S T E R P L A N

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40m

20m

10m

5m

0m

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VERTICAL PLANT FRAME

FLAW DIRECTIONS

NG

COVERAGE AREA

RANGE OF VISIBILITY

Frames made out of steel allow climbing plant to grow which provide plant canopies and walls to the square for abounding space feelings and softness. nd enclosure.

STRETCHED FIBRE WOVEN Imitation of fiber morphology gives the site an inspiration of softness and tension force and brings energy and relaxation to the surroundings Despite the soft form, applying both hard and soft materials in the "fibre woven" tangled together to create polytropic space feelings and changeful coutours of lines.

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Using different materials to define spaces for activities and atmospheres. Steel and brick made pavage brings a sense of enclosure with seat and grass land for people to rest and entertain. P l a n t c a n o p i e s a n d w a l l s c re at e a comparatively private and secure space for communication and stay on the square. Water and grass endow the site with soft texture and natural charasterictics and allow children to have fun on the square.

Changes of "weaving form" bring to site rich light effect and utmost linear extends, which vary from morning till evening. Consequently the square appears to be a dynamic and interesting open space to surprise passers-by and give users nice experiences to release their stress.

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ECOLOGY PLANNING HONGQIAO ECO-REVIVAL

Strategy to Bring Green and Energy Back to District

03/2012-06/2012 | 3rd YEAR UNDERGRADUATE | CHANGNING DISTRICT | 6,000,000 Sqm | SHANGHAI COLLABORATORS in SITE ANALYSIS, POPULATION PLANNING INDIVIDUAL WORK in AREA STRUCTURE ANALYSIS, DESIGN STRATEGY, DETAILED DESIGN(RAINWATER MANAGEMENT, DESIGN SKETCH, etc)

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SITE CONDITION

EXISTING PROBLEMS

green space RESIDENCE

Uneven distributed existing green space cannot meet residents' need. Ecological green spaces are lack of integrity to form birds habitats. Rainwater collection system is not perfect enough to combined with green space system in

Irradiation loop Metro station surrounded by commercial circle BUSINESS & COMMERCIAL

TRAFFIC Viaduct without pleasant surroundings brings bad air quality and terrible spatial experience. Walking and cycling conditions are disordered with no seperated slow traffic system.

RECREATION & RESIDENCE

STREET SPACE Street environment is not comfortable that plants and landscape are not attentively designed. Streets are in the absense of dynamic open green space and penetrated afforest. Metro station surrounded by recreation circle Irradiation loop

RESIDENCE The general residential housing have low qualities and high density. Community green space are disordered and scarce. Environment of Infrastructures like metro stations and parking lots are poor without good facilities and green plantings.

LOCATION

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SHANGHAI

CHANGNING DISTRICT

SITE


DIAGRAMS

community green area park private green outdoor sports place

permeable impermeable

CONDITION

PERMEABLE GRADE

residential hospital & medical community green park land work & commercial industrial undeveloped

no building area high quality medium quality low quality demolition area

education & research EXISTING LANDUSE administration supply facilities parking land public transportation cultural

CONSTRUCTION QUALITY

1 2 3 4 5

removal area no resident area 0~1000 1001~2000 2001~3000 >3000 (in one person)

BIOTOPE

POPULATION

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DESIGN STRATEGY SITE DIAGRAMS

MALL

vehicle-free promenade

P

non-motorized traffic green way plaza & square eco-park recreation park community park

metro line roadway cycle path parking lot pedestrian street

slow traffic switching station

VEHICLE

OPEN SPACE

METRO STATION

green space increased business centers commercial distribution development loop sewage treament station

metro station metro line route

DESIGN STRUCTURE To develop commercial and business centers with metro station at the core, the planning rearrange the commercial distribution with added open space as recreation guide. The green space system including green way, commercial parks and area parks serves as residential recreation space as well as ecology infrastructure,that is the urban habitat of bird and the rain collection system. 36

lowest priority low priority medium priority high priority highest priority

3's habitat corridor 4〠5's habitat corridor 2's habitat corridor

BIOTOPE CONSERVATION

HABITAT LINKAGE

wetl colle colle rain


COMMERCIAL CENTER SPACE CONCEPT +838 -745 -171

+1523

+1647

-780

population changed area population maintained no resident population >4000 3001-4000 2001-3000 1001-2000 1-1000 noresident population

RESIDENT POPULATION

BaiSheng Gubei Station shopping center

Mall under construction

The open space strip can lead people both from metro station and residential area to the commercial area .

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MIGRANT POPULATION

Bike Facilities

To create a more comfortable and eco-friendly environment aroud the commercial center and metro station to attracion popularity.

Pedestrian street

Commercial Plaza

Street Squares RainGardens

BIRDS & PLANT DIAGRAM

Prunus persica Batsch. var. duplex Rehd

Acer buergerianum Miq.

Chinese sweet gum

Chaenomeles speciosa

Radix Ophiopogonis

Papermulberry

Koelreuteria paniculata Prunus ceraifera cv. Pissardii

Plants in the district which produce fruits as food of birds.

land ection green way ection green space garden

RAINWATER COLLECTION

Choose those plants which can attract birds in the locality to plant in the site as birds' habitat

Yellow-bellied Tit

Great Tit

Black-throated Bushtit White-browed Laughingthrush

Crow Light-vented Bulbul

Sparrow

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VERTICAL RAINGARDEN FORM

Plant purification ornamenta

water cistern pool

l wetland p

lant

rainwater collection du

ct

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(

60 %

~

VERTICAL RAINGARDEN DIAGRAM

70 %)

142 % ~ 167 %

per area

Rain water absorbed than before

S Ă— 100

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%

According to exsisting residential bu to different types of vertical rain gar be multifunctional to contain rain col ornamental greening, retail commercia


RAINWATER MANAGEMENT

MS

NEIGHBORHOOD RAINWATER COLLECTION

Removal and reconstruct existing neighborhood according to the evaluated building quality to create new residential block with high greening quality . Aquifer Level

Select resonable locations of buildings (e.g. along the streets) which are waiting to be renewed to transform into Vertical Rain Gardens.

Purifying Level Cultivating Level Exhibiting Level

Roof Recreation Space

Those transformed rain gardens take less urban space and bring more ecological efficiency and are also multifunctional. They collected approximately 1.5 times rainwater and provid urban street with more greening and recreation space. It also gives the community public gardens for residents to grow plants while communicate with each others.

reconstructive verical rain garden

The rainwater collected by the Vertical Rain Garden can meet its own need of plant irrigation water use after self-purification.

RESIDENTIAL GREEN PLAN RAINWATER UTILIZATION

Roof Recreation Space Non-drinking Water

Plant Irrigation

Ground Garden

Retail Store

uildings it can be transformed rdens, which are designed to llection and purifying system, al and recreational space.

Water Level Regulation

Rain water purifying Rain water storage

Rain water storage pond Rain water storage pond

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Slow traffic system penetrating in the residential and commercia walkers, bike riders and even skate boarders safe and pleasan without disturbance of bad air quality and noise.

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BUSH ISOLATION BELT

New life styles created

CYCLE PATH

BORDER TREE

INTERSECTION

Cycle tour

FOOT PATH

Urban raingarden

Roof Cafe

Walking and Cycling partition in slow traffic

Slow traffic

al area provide nt environment

Vertical Rain Garden as street green space and recreational spot.

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ARCHITECTURE KINGDERGARDEN OF SECURITY Interpretation of Layout of Traditional Tribe Village for Psychological Need of Children 09/2011-10/2011 | 2nd YEAR UNDERGRADUATE | KINDERGARDEN ARCHITECTURE | 1250 Sqm | CHINA

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SPACE REQUIRMENT DIAGRAM ACTIVITIES AND NEED

natural distribution

production OF space

toilet chasing hands-on bed sleeping toy reading individual seat eating multiplayer teaching collective Physiological Playing Learning Communication Rest Needs

Ⅲ Ⅰ

LEARNING SPACE

BEDROOM SPACE

UNIT OPEN SPACE

COLLECTIVE SPACE

Ⅳ Ⅴ

Ⅴ DINING SPACE

psychological change of children

Psychological Need

Type of Enclosure to Meet the Need

SENSE OF BELONGING home

KINDERGARDEN

COLLECTIVE IDENTITY SENSE OF SECURITY FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE

shelter

WILD NATURE

children's reaction at their first arrival in kingdergarden 44

semi-enclosure space brings both security sense and connection with outside. Weak space definition hlep children to gain collective identity and increase opputunities for communication


traditional arrangement of function

desige concept

CENTRIPETAL FORM

CENTRALIZED FORM

collective open space for large events and overall activities

Based on level of opening it devide open scape and indoor space into two groups with no cross-functional space.

translucent membrane structure ceiling together with colloctive open space create grey space for each class unit, also increase sense of week enclosure and centripetal

class unit with individual open space and complete function for class activites

Regard open space as cores for arrangement to make it completely sealed for outside.

UNIT SPACE Membrane structure ceiling above collective space unit room for class and dining

GREY SPACE

INDOOR SPACE

unit open space for class toilet and bedroom

OUTDOOR SPACE

The unit is seperated by low fence allowing visual contact with outside country view while provide children with weak enclosing feelings. The form of unit space refer to the life style in ancient time when man have scanty of security guarantee to defend their home against nature. Ancient village usually consists of family units enclosured by stone wall which protect family property while provide space ground for family activities such as celebration or meetings. Also the village has centered square for gathering and events for whole members.

class unit village form

view to outside space unit form

country scene enclosure

Such modelity gives ancient people most effective way of protection and production which has its psychological reason even available today. 45


Inside unit

Space between each unit grows grass and seasonal plant for children to contact with nature

Entrance

Interlayer Plan 46

First Floor Plan

Roof Plan

Between unit


The site located in suburb of Zeyang surrounded by residential building on three side and country scenery including river and agrifield on one side. Design provide open field of vision for kingdergarden toward country views to have children embraced by the blue sky of nature to excavate their happiness and blew away fear of strange atmospheres. The landscape inside the kingdergarden can be fused together with scenery outside when looking out at horizon line. Also the lifted bedroom space isolated children from disturban below and give them better view of outside nature to bring them imagination and curiosity. 47


OTHER WORKS Harthouse Farm| Topographic Reveals Millboard Model

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Negative Plaster Cast


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Sand-Wood|Cell Division

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Visual Communication|Booklet

ELEVATION FIGUREGROUND

SECTION

PLAN

VICISSITUDE

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AXONOMETRIC

CHARCOAL VEGETATION

PERSPECTIVE LINES/VOLUMES

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