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Academic & Competition Works 2008

Austronesian Temple Museum NCTU M.Arch I Core Studio 2008 Spring Solo Work

2017

Mist Encounter Taipei Fine Arts Museum X-Site Competition 2017 Team Work, 1st Prize, Built

2006

The Extension of MOCA Taipei THU M.Arch I Core Studio 2006 Fall Solo Work

2007

Methodology - Recombnant Architecture NCTU M.Arch I Core Studio 2007 Fall Solo Work

2015

City Convergence Tainan Axis Transformation Competition 2015 Team Work, Shortlist

2005

Art Works “Plume” 2005 “Entanglement” 2007 Solo Work


WindStone - Austronesian Temple Museum

The site is located in the middle of an express road which is along the Jingmei river under a hillside in New Taipei City. As an ancient mysterious temple of God of ground keep worship by Taiwanese people hidden underneath the road. Through the search of this historical underground temple, from an aspect of archeology toward architecture, that we find the relationship between Taiwan and eight major Austronesian cultures. The site represents a space of connection. Each of the cultures has its own nature worship. These cultures treat nature as a sacred totality. Though there is something in common within all Austronesian - the worship of Stone Deity. The Stone Deity can be interpreted as a reflection of natural phenomena such as water, sunlight, fire. Also, it can be referred to the energy of nature as mana. Some of the cultures take it as the origin of life, associated with birth and fertility.

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Using each of the worship relation as the elements of the space. And allocate the linear directions of space which indicates the geographical location of these cultures. The place as a museum that marks the origin of Austronesian culture from Taiwan, represent the ancient relation with nature and human. The museum merges into the landscape as an expression of respect nature and environment.

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The Austronesian, or South Islands Ethnic, are the indigenous peoples in Taiwan refer to the inhabitants who had been living on the islands before major Han Chinese immigration began in the 17th century. Culturally and linguistically, they belong to the Austronesian group. The Austronesian peoples, covering the most inclusive peoples in the world with the majority in Southeast Asia, originates from Taiwan in the north, extends to Easter Islands in South America in the east, and reaches Madagascar in the eastern coast of Africa in the west. The various archaeological evidence suggests that Taiwan should be the origin of Austronesian culture thousands of years ago. Thus should have performed a critical geographical location as the origin of Ancient Austronesian peoples and in the process of migration to the South Pacific Islands.

History of WindStone

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Madagascar (A.D.500)

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Austronesian Spec Total population: c. 400 million Regions with significant populations: Southeast Asia, Oceania, Madagascar and Taiwan Languages: Austronesian languages Religion: Animism, Shamanism, Christianity (Roman Catholicism, Protestantism), Indigenous religion, Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Balinese Hinduism

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The Typology & Seriation Diagram- Each tribe has its own viewpoint towards Stone worship and related spatial representation

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Nature worship is any of a variety of religious, spiritual and devotional practices that focus on the worship of natural phenomena which are attributed to the continuation of the life process. A nature deity can be in charge of nature, the biosphere, the cosmos, or the universe. Nature worship is often considered the primitive source of modern religious belief and can be found in theism, animism, totemism, shamanism, spirit-ism, and paganism. Common to most forms of nature worship is a spiritual focus on the individual’s connection and influence on some aspects of the natural world and reverence towards it.

Birth / Purity Hawaii

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Using a classification method to distinguish each of the worship aspects about the stone in Austronesian culture. These spirit of the space provide the basic principle that can be represented as the architectural elements.

Agriculture The Integration of Geographical Direction and Spatial Element

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Poneikeng Mountain

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Temple Entrance

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Incense Burner

Light Well Auditorium The underground space is a combination of temple and museum served for its own purpose, one is about religious and the other is for educational. This unique site not only with a value as a living archeology evidence but also function as a real temple which worships by locals. Submerge into the landscape to reflect the respectfulness nature of Austronesian culture. Link from the mountain and across the riverbank to the river. Meanwhile preserve the express road with a clear sign to indicate the important area below.

Exhibition Room Express Road


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The main circulation is at the b1 level, connect all the galleries at the b2 level. The direction of these paths is an indication of each location of Austronesian. The path link from the outdoor water reservoir to the interior water feature with the WindStone as the heart of the temple/ museum.

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The concept of uncovering the Windstone makes it open to the sky, water and wind, enable the once dialogue between the stone and environment happened again.

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The lower level of Museum function as the gallery of different culture and the worship of Nature. As the upper level with the whole view indicates the common origin of these cultures.

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View from the gallery that shows the height difference with a concept of an archaeology site. The visiting route from ground level into the underground is a progress of digging out the Austronesian history of the stone worship.

View showing the open space of Windstone with exposure to the sunlight and rain. People can now experience and feel what the ancient Austronesian do thousands of years ago through this underground temple museum.


1st Prize/ Built Mist Encounter X-Site 2017 Competition

Mist Encounter gives rise to a micro-climate art event. It creates body awareness with mist and creates awareness of air conditioning. Layers of woven material hanging from the structure form conical vessels for drifting mist, and create a border that is distinct and blurred, hiding and revealing the world. The work embodies the concept “In Progress” and responds to the incoming renovation of the air-conditioning in the Museum with its water mist system, creating awareness of invisible air conditioning. On the double square plaza, visitors can stand within the mistcones and breathe the moist and misty air, gaze out as they sit in swinging chairs, talking in the opaque dense artificial fog. The changing appearance of the mist reveals visible / invisible, public / individual, and natural / man-made qualities while referring to the theme “In Progress” and renovations in the Museum. Throughout the exhibition, performances, workshops, and forums will be held to encourage the public to consider and experience architecture differently.

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1st Prize of 2017 TFAM X-Site Competition Co-Founder and designer of Serendipity Studio With Ling-Li Tseng Team: Min-Shan Tsai, Kai-Jui Tsao, Chen-Chi Lo, Kuan-Wei Chen and Yu-Hsuan Lin Site: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan Built: 2017


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Moss Ball Plant Mist

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Taipei Fine Arts Museum

Flight Overhead per Day 157.8

Avg. Temp. 30 °C Avg. Daylight. 13.35 hr

Walk Time to MRT 10 min Calorie Burn 50 .cal

Gallery Floor Area 11,741 m2 Monthly Number of Visitors 34,940

Program X-Site seeks to expand the syntax and aesthetics of architecture by presenting an architecturally themed installation in the Museum’s outdoor plaza. Work for this limited engagement, an experiential event is acquired through a public call for entries and blends art and architecture to encourage new perceptions of spatial relations. Public spaces provide the chances for people to exchange information and share moments together. Within urban climate the plaza of Museum exposed to direct sunlight during daytime, with long walking distance from metro, making the arrival experience an unpleasant one. The project proposes to create a special arrival experience and event memory on the plaza. When it becomes a space to encourage people to stay, to observe, to share, and to walk, sit around, it transforms into a living room to welcome all of the visitors to Museum.

Number of Exhibitions 18

Water Mist Sensor

Taipei City Climate

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April 190

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May 255 July 250

June 320

Data from Taiwan Central Weather Bereau

The design team Serendipity Studio + KWA Architects comprises members from Taiwan and overseas. Applying a non-conventional cooperative method with highly working flexibly via the cloud platform. The motivated team forms a cross-field in a variety of disciplines towards the future challenge.


4. Master Plan 1.Zhongshan Rd. 2.Grand Stair Plaza 3.Mist Encounter 4.Restaurant 5.Taipei Fine Arts Museum 6.Hidden Water Supply Pipe 7.Equipment Room 8.River Side Road 9.Parking

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A square within a square structure will stand in the large outdoor plaza in front of the Museum. The summer sun and breeze will drift in and animate the scaffold and mesh structure. An indistinct mist will arise from the outer square and draw visitors to come closer. As visitors walk from the outer to inner square, they will be gradually enveloped by the mist, and things will appear and disappear as the mist alternately gets heavier and lighter. The effect will be similar to an experience of passing through a heavy fog in a magical forest.

Extracted Art Museum

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During nighttime, the mist cones located in the inner corridor light up, enriching the layering rhyme of light and shadow. Looking out from the museum, visitors can spot the layers of meshes, along with the mist flowing in the air, sensing its penetrability and lightness.

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Mist spray system has long been used as outdoor air conditioning; here we use it to strengthen the senses related to the ambient environment. It provides multiple sensational experiences - people can touch, see, and smell the existence of mist. The layers of meshes form the main visual impression and subtly divide spaces into zones. It holds mist, filters light, and provides shade The sequence of mist trapped on meshes gathered into water drops, and finally falling onto the ground gives observers a sense of time. The main features of scaffolding include that it is compact to transport, easy to assemble, and its modularity and possibility to extend. It also coincides with the upcoming refurbishment works and indicates the changes to come.


The ‘mist cones’ are made from white meshes with funnel-shaped openings towards the sky. The scale of it allows only one visitor to enter and explore the view and experience the mist- it creates a temporary individual experience in a public space.

Extracted Art Museum

The 160m2 area of the courtyard can be covered with different paving of material, providing a space for the public to enjoy various types of events. The 6m-tall ‘mist cones’ surrounding the courtyard could serve as surfaces for Courtyard and Corridor projection and light performance, while any additional lighting and sound equipment can easily be attached to scaffolding system.

Mist Cone

The space can be taken as an extended gallery. In response to the exhibition within the Museum, the mist encounter could become alternate gallery space for sculpture, performance art, and installations.

To River Side

Module Unit

15mm SQUARE ALUMINIUM PROFILE 300mm DIAMETER CIRCULAR MIST SPRAYING RING WITH SPRINKLERS STRIP LED LIGHTING WATER SUPPLY TO BE INSTALLED WITH IN ALUMINIUM PROFILE STAINLESS STEEL BOLT AND MENTAL SUPPORT

Upper Ring detail Mesh and Visibility

WOODEN PALLETS NDUSTRIAL MIST SPRAYING SYSTEM AROUND COURTYARD CLIP PLATE SCAFFOLDING SYSTEM

WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM WITH PUMPS AND TIMER

Platform detail Different Pallet Height

To Zhongshan N. Rd.


Made of reinforced pvc fiber, the hanging seat provide a unique way to interact with mist and space in the plaza. People can sit, lay or swing lightly on the chair. Chatting or observing, and wait for the next round of mist accumulate.

Hanging Seat

Submerge in the mist that cannot be seethrough. The boundary and shape are blurred and gradually lost the sense of all sight. With only sound of mist and feeling of cool remain. Providing the very mysterious experience for all visitor within.

The mist emerging from the facade. A gentle slope leads people to the mist cone and courtyard without any obstacle. Elevated platform holding all equipment underneath. The mist flows smoothly through it.

Mist Courtyard Pallet Platform

To Songshan Airport

Kokedame / Hanging Plant 1.Rabbit’s Foot Fern 2.Green Ivy 3.Nest Fern 4.Foraging Grass 5.Ficus Pumila 6.Guzmania Lingulata 7.Golden Pothos

Timing Setting

To Museum

Mist Cone Start/ 0:00 Accumulate/ 0:15 Saturate/ 0:40 Dissipate/ 0:10 Stand-by/ 5:30

0:00 0:15 0:50 1:00 2:00

Courtyard Start/ 0:00 Accumulate/ 0:25 Saturate/ 4:00 Dissipate/ 0:35 Stand-by/ 2:30

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Fixator / Clamping ring Disk Scaffolding System Aluminium Square Tube Elastic Fabric Nylon Fishing Twine Mist Nozzle Recessed Aluminium Ring

LED Ring Fixator / clamping ring Oval Stainless Pipe

Polyester Curtain Recessed Mist Nozzle Rubber Mat

Wooden Pallets Support Deck

The assemble and setup of mist-cone is the most complicated part which requires integration of detailed steel work, water & lighting system, and hand-sewed elastic meshes.

The water source of mist system filters from recycled rainwater in the Museum. This representation of nature water makes the installation more Eco-friendly.


The light system can dim and glow with a frequency like human breathing. Gives the Mist Encounter a dynamic expression, also indicates it as alive with plants inside


Mist Encounter gives rise to a micro-climate art event. In the double square structure, visitors can stand into the mist-cones and breathe the moist and misty air, gaze out as they sit in swinging chairs, or chat with one another in the dense fog. The changing appearance of the mist reveals visible/invisible, public/ individual, and natural/man-made qualities while referring to the theme “In Progress�, as an undergoing change and renovations in the Museum. Throughout the exhibition, performances, workshops, and forums will be held to encourage the public to concern and experience architecture differently.


The night, flight overhead descend closely. Streams of car light passing by. Standing at the meeting point of the path of sky and earth, the mist is a flâneur in between meshes. The night, light and shadow cast onto the façade, the museum become its own monument. Carrying the memory of art of Formosa for three decades. The night, people from somewhere meet here, encounter the mist of art. To create the spirit of a place with memorable events is the essential concept of this work. We believe that it takes time to create the sense of the place. Mist Encounter giving a spirit of moving through, stay, interact with people and environment, thus creates and share the collective memory.

Structure Scaffolding Metal Frame Water Mist Lighting Netting Mesh Sewing Wood Work

Masatoshi Tomita, Japan Ho Tung Chieh, Sucoot Co., Ltd. Jinark Industrial Ltd Mai Chung-Yi, Yuan Tsai Co. Ltd. Chen Chih-Jung, Thunder Soul Co., Ltd. Yuan Hsien Enterprise Co. Ltd. Hua Wei Furniture Design Co., Ltd. Lu Fang-Yuan, Yuan Da Workshop


The Extension of MOCA Taipei

An extension of exhibition space is expected to provide the MOCA a new entity. The MOCA - Museum of Contemporary Art in Taipei is a historical school building from 1921. The site locates in a pedestrian-friendly area right inbetween the MOCA and an MRT station with the green belt above it. The extension unit is a four-story tall building serves as a new gateway with the main entrance on the B1 level. Bring people from metro to the new museum and to the existing building. Each floor high is 5 meters high and have an atrium with a 10m high from B1. This provides the gallery space for large-scale artworks. The concept of interlock design makes the space flow between different floor level. People can have a preview of the exhibition from the street which would attract them for a visit. The curtain wall facing the green belt brings up light with a fantastic view. With an auditorium and extra office space, it facilitate the MOCA’s education and administration function.

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THU M.Arch I Core Studio 2006 Fall Director: Cheng Zhong Hsien Site: Taipei City, Taiwan Solo Work


Tamsui Line

Taipei Fine Arts Museum

The Three Main Museums at West Taipei CityMOCA is the one specifically for contemporary art, yet with the smallest floor area and height due to as a historic building

Building: New Build Style: Modern Exhibition Space Event: Fine Arts, Installation, Education People: 450,000 /y

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Building: Historical School Remodel Style: Small Red Brick Arch Event: Contemporary Arts People: 200,000 /y

Museum of Contemporary Art MRT Zhong Station People: 15,000,000 /y

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Building: Factory Remodel

Songshan Line

Style: Large Warehouse Event: Exhibiton,Live Show People: 1,500,000 /y

Huashan Culture Park

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As the MOCA is specifically for contemporary arts exhibitions among three museums in the west area of Taipei City, yet with the smallest floor area and height, it would need an extension in order to fulfill its purpose. The building of MOCA was built during Japanese era, first to be used as an elementary school named Kensei Shogakko in 1921. Later on served as Taipei city government from 1945 to 1994. After the municipal relocated it was used as a junior high school. The first row of the campus building then transfers to the MOCA.

Site Photos - Shows the disconnections between Green belt and MOCA

The red brick building remains untouched from what it was for more than 90 years. As the exhibition space within is not designed as a museum, especially not for contemporary artworks. Thus an extension is needed to make the meaningful building with a new life. Site Relationship - The site is located in between the MRT Green belt and historical MOCA.

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MOCA 2F Gallery 1F Entrance

Height Relatioship - The diagram shows the floor height relationship of MOCA, MRT, and the Proposed Extension Unit

Zhongshan Station L1 Street Level B1 Concourse B2 Platform 1.2 B3 Passage Level B4 Platform 3.4

Driveway Street


Pedestrian Path

Vehicle Circulation

Urban Context

Metro Route


The main entrance is on the b1 level at height of minus 5m. People from either street level above or MRT level below will merge at this floor, make a unique arrival experience, and reduce the man needed for security control with one main entrance. Pedestrian from the street can see into the museum through curtain glass, increase their interest to enter for a visit or experience arts in their everyday walk.

Volume Strategy - Making multiple linear connection from Park, MRT to MOCA

Entanglement

Two mega wall creates the strong image of the building and minimizes the interference with the neighbor residential unit. The main volume is on the northern side of the site, with skybridge links to an appendix space at 3rd floor to the southern wall. This creates a canyon-like space in-between two volumes from the ground level, provide the public path connection green belt and the MOCA.

Floating Box

Canyon Passage

Merging Path

Margin Space

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Floor System

Structure System

Linear facade imply the flow of circulation from green blet to old museum. Make a clear statements for new gate of MOCA.

The interlock void volumn creates the flow of space and the connection between different height.

The mega-structure provides the backbone of hanging floor deck, creates the sense of floating open space.


Gallery Staircase

Service Core

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Public Path to MOCA

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Whereas the original MOCA is to reveal the historic side of the old building that makes a dialog between old and present, the new extension is about building the contemporary that project from present to anywhere of the time. It works as a hub with more spaces which are created for performance art, collection, and learning. It is also a social spot that visitors can meet up, share and relax.

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{MF Main Floor} The main entrance of the extension unit. For Both visitors from street level and MRT can all meet on this floor. {B2F Gallery} An auditorium/ cinema with 156 seats provide extra media performance space. Connect to the MRT station. With the workshop and main storage of museum.


The 20 meters tall new extension unit provides 60 percent more height in galleries than the existing museum. The assortment of add-on programs makes the MOCA a conglomerate from the auditorium at the b2, the library at b1, galleries across all floor to the cafe at top loft deck cantilever from the wall. The large transparent glazing allows light to filter into space which also provides the view to the greenery strip along the street. The aim is to create an architecture that allows for flexibility, impromptu, readjustment, renovation and revolution. From a large atrium-like gallery dedicates for installation and performance art, to the skylight loft-like gallery at the top. From a public pathway which allows circulation between overground and underground, to the static library for education and document.

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Methodology - Recombnant Architecture

Recombinant architecture is a radical requestioning of the most fundamental programmatic assumptions about the logic affordance of built space. When both architecture and the bodies that inhabit it are themselves both organic and inorganic, when both are materially alive and not-alive, when the nature of both are understood as artificial and artificial, the first premises of their interactions in space and over time are reopened. The project focus on using a methodology as re-interprets the mechanism of virus infection. As on the relationship between architecture and molecular biology. From research to design, reinterpret two fields of knowledge. The importance is the translation of internal genetic codes to the external architectural expression then result in an unexpected interesting outcome. Creates a new species of architecture that synthesis by the context.

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The place of amino acid can be re-arranged into a route map referring to the complexity of its chemical formula. The first step is to mapping architectural programs into amino acid’s route map based on the relationship of characteristic similarity and arbitrary interpretation. As there are twenty types of amino-acid that make the protein, in this methodology there also have twenty types of architectural programs. For every three combinations of the condo can be referred to the specific amino acid, such would be the way for generating programs from the Virus/Site. The influence of the site/virus can lead to an unexpected result. Producing a new form with its programs distribute in a non-conventional way. The virus DNA/strip also present as a physical slice into space, creating an image of spatial-mutation.

The Conversion - The amino acids are grouping with its characteristics in Lines. Remapping the architectural programs into the map according to the similarity.

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The messenger triplets are the combination of every three UCAG on mRNA. There are total sixty-four combinations of these codons as the foundation formula of many life-forms. The related amino acid, or the architectural programs, with these combinations, can be determined by the decoding of the codon table.

Genetic code of triplet Codons - The total 64 combinations of Codons related to specific Amino Acids are the key of life synthesis. Second Letter U

The second step is to indicate the given proportion of programs and basic space volume. The target host building contents the sum of all programs from four specific building types, the bookstore, the cafe, the boutique hotel and the museum of arts. With the same process as in the virus infection, the Virus/Site would bring its own DNA codes and rearrange the original amino acid/programs into a new entity with specific functions for its purpose.

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Site Genetic Spectrum - Decode each of the surrounding building by its related characters.

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In the final stage of infestation, the new programs are connected to the virus/context codon on the strip. Creating an infected and distorted new architecture species which will support the site for the usage.

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As the virus/context infected, the new gene strip would become the dominated one which synthesis and rearrange the amino/programs into a new form.

The Translation - By replacing the amino acid unit as architectural program unit, connect to the virus/ site gene initiate the new synthesis process.

Anti-Codon

In the third step, the codon combination of Virus/Site DNA can be determined by the specific characteristics of the context. With the U, C, A, G each referred to the condition from surrounding places and buildings of the site.


Infested RNA Transfer


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This novel mutation explodes allegorical relationships between site and structure, incorporating biologic infection process and architectural manipulation into innovative and unconventional interiors and exteriors spaces.


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Shortlist The Convergence - Tainan Axis Competition 06

The Convergence, a plaza that links green and blue of the city. Our purpose is to introduce nature back into the city and connect it to the waterfront again with a blending of scenery, recreation, and new business. The goal is to revive this part of the city with an exceptional project for the public. The site which locates at the west side of Tainan City. The government is planning to make a comprehensive plan of surroundings, rebuild the streetscape and public space after the demolish of China Town Complex. Via the concept of environmental art, landscapes rebuilt and simplify public facilities to build large open space to create a better environment. The beginning of Tainan history was built on its unique natural and geographic conditions with the Canal. The different stages of development have been preserved and make the city with a rich layer of history. The proposal tends to reopen the gate and bring in water and nature being the essential part of the city again.

Canal Theater

Tourist Information Center

Government Own Shop

Bus Station

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“City Convergence� Tainan Axis Trsformation Competition 2015 Client: Tainan City Government Design Leading with FieldArchi Studio Team: Yang, Ju-Hsien, Hsieh, Yi-Chia, Lien, Yu-Tang, Chen, Yi-Ping Site: Tainan City, Taiwan Shortlist


Wetland Park

Sunset Water Fall River Boat Dock

Museum Entrance

unset Reflecting Pool

Community Own Shop


The central belt-like ecological park integrates the diversity of the city, turning the once urban edge into the heart. With the vision and positioning, it would achieve as the engine for urban renovation and innovation in this district. The enhancement of urban resources and opportunities improves the current living and recreation quality of the city. In advanced, the project provides the further possibility for the future phase of development. With a combination of traditional culture and tourist resource in the historical city, as well as re-introduce of creativity and productivity of young people, the site would perform as a foundation for carrying on the heritage to the next generation. It would attract peoples not only within the city but also from the region for recreating, shopping and working. Through it, the once dimmed area can be revived again into a glorious waterfront hub.

History of the Site

1922 - Tainan Canal

Shen-Nong S 1982 - Reclamation with building

To Tai-Jiang National Park

The Axis of City

The Diamond Project

Hai-An

New Municipal Center

The Blue Ring

To Yu-Guang Island

Bao-An Roa Shuipingwen Park


Liân Memorial Park

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The Green Ring

Target Design Area Commercial District Temple/ Hisotrical

Street Toruist Area

The Chi Kau House

Public Building

Wu Garden & Mega Store

Hayashi Department Store

n Road Commercial District

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Confucian Temple


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Wetland Park

The Convergence Plaza

{Re-Canal} 1.

The boundary-less water feature creates a concept that connects the Canal water with the site as in the past.

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Program 1. Canal Eco Park 2. Taijiang Tourism Pier 3. Canal Movie Theater 4. Canal Museum 5. Tourist Information Center 6. Waterfall 7. Eco-Pool 8. Social Retail Shop 9. Market/Event Plaza 10. Sunset Pool 11. Bus Station 12. Steps Plaza 13. Yo-Ai St. Market 14. Green Belt Plaza 15. Alley Market 16. MingSheng Rd. Market

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{Fish Market} Reuse the old fish market as a visitor center. The exhibition space provides tourists more information to understand Tainan.

Section AA’ {The Canal Theater}

{The Canal Museum}

{Hill Park}

An on-water cinema has been set up on the canal. Provides public entertainment plaza during the night.

Build under the existing road. A space that exhibits the history of deep relation about the canal and city’s prosperity.

KunShen hill, combined with human activities and water curtain to the end, intended to create natural landscape


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HaiAn Streetscape

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{Urban Greenery}

{Sunset Reflection Pool}

Using hills, water, and sky as natural elements to create the park which also provides shopping activities.

Bring back the scene of sunset reflection on the water which can be seen from ZhongZheng Rd in the past.

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{Government-Own Shop} These shops can be leased to local-based business, by control the rent and public management that encourage good local small retail. 8.

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11. {Incubator Shop} For Home-Going start-up businesses, and industries for traditional and local culture to encourage young people.. {Retail shop}

{Bus Station}

Build on both sides of the plaza. Which connect Zhongzheng Road shopping district from ground level to sunken plaza.

A highly accessible traffic junctions that make people easy to get from the train station. Make the city more tourist friendly.

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{The Corridor}

{Four Season Garden}

{The Grand Steps}

The underground link connects the green plaza at both sides of the road. Using the remaining structure of the old building.

Fill hills and plaza with variant local foliage.Especially for the water-based plants. Creates an Urban Canal Forest.

The ground level would be a continued green belt guide main car flow bypass to an alternate road.


Solo Artworks Plume , 2005 Sliced block board, screws 620 x 130 x 300 cm Gallery of Gungchen 2 Guan

The representation of the essence of an object beneath the appearance. The once rigid wooden board feathering into a gentle plumage.


Entanglement , 2007 Single foam-core strip

75 x 65 x 120 cm NCTU Campus Exhibition Center

“The tango is a direct expression of something that poets have often tried to state in words: the belief that a fight may be a celebration.�


Selective Professional Works 2011

Hainan Baoting Resort MP + Architecture Concept AECOM AU D+P, Shanghai Architectural Designer

2012

Wuxi Li Lake Waterfront Urban Design AECOM AU D+P, Shanghai Architectural Designer

2012

Xiamen Vanke Sale Office & Community Club -Built AECOM AU D+P, Shanghai Architectural Designer

2013

TKU Alumni Hall & Conference Center Competition -2nd Place Jay & Ray Architects and Associates Designer & Project Manager

2014

Yilan FE Spa Resort Competition -2nd Place Jay & Ray Architects and Associates Designer & Project Manager

2011 | 2016

Professional Practice Works in Urban Design

-Taiyuan Jinyang Lake Masterplan -Kunming TOD North Station Development -Wuxi Li-Lake Water Street Retail & Hotel Resort Urban Design

Architectural Urbanism

-Hainan Baoting Resort Hotel Master Plan and Architecture Concept -Hongqiao Airport Terminal 1 Redevelopment -Chongqing Tieshanping Conference Hotel -Ordos National Guest House Masterplan & Architecture -Mitsui Shenzhen Development Masterpaln & Architecture -Taichung Qinmei Xintiandi Residential & Hotel Masterplan

Architecture Design

-Nantong Cultural Park Masterplan & Architecture -Haicang Vanke Exhibition -Yuan Ze University Project by Santiago Calatrava -New Taipei City Museum of Modern Arts International Competition -iRoo ZhongXiao Flagship Retail Shop -iRoo Xihu Retail Shop

Interior Design

-Pr. Wen-Che Ke Taipei City Mayor Election Campaign Headquarter


Hainan Baoting Resort MP & Architecture Design

The site is located in a preserved tropical rainforest, nestled within the Qixianling National Park. Our task is to deliver the master plan and develop the schematic architecture design for two hotels key buildings and villas. The AU team was focusing design the 7-star hotel’s main building and guesthouses. By analyzing the terrain and environment, the proposed villa types are fitting to Nature, provide an eco and sustainable accommodation. A rainforest eco-system possesses a myriad of sensations for its guests. It will be very useful to objectify these sensations to assess the existing conditions and through architecture complement and amplify its unique quality. The project is envisioned to create a highend resort development that aims to elevate Baoting’s tourism brand to becoming a worldclass tourist destination.

06 07 08 Low impact development

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Integration of man-made and natural environment

Natural barriers as buffer to protect edge condition

Create diversified resort living experience

Highlight unique view premium

Provide multiple routes for connectivity

Design with elements featuring local culture and natural resources

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Role: Architecture Designer 7-stars hotel main building & Villa types design + 3D modeling Project Director: Helen Chung Team: Aecom Shanghai MP Team, James Lu, Melody Yiu, Hrioyuki Shinohara, Yu-Dong Wu, Chien-Ya Hong, Ming-Zhi Zuo, Zhen Chao, Hai-Chun Hsu, Yin-Yen Wang Site: Baoting, Hainan, China

Create memorable arrival experience

Create multiple core areas for public activities


Presidential Suite

Tree Top Villa

Hotel Main Building

Presidential Suite Hotel Villa

Hotel Villa Lakefront Chapel Lakefront Restaurant Presidential Suite

7 Star Resort Core Area

Hilltop Chapel

Tree House

Hotel Villa

Guest Room

Hotel Villa

Hotel Main Building

Conference Hall

5 Star Resort Core Area

Villas of Topology

Hillside Floating above Canopy

Terrace Embraced within the Canopy

Valley Secluded into the Earth

Cliff Resting by the Water

Lake Drifting On Water


Wuxi Li Lake Waterfront Urban Design

The site is at Li-Lake waterfront in Wuxi city. As part of Tai-Lake, this waterfront area is the last developable area in the city. As Historical downtown and Wuxi new town will serve as main residential and business district, the site will function as a waterfront recreation and shopping area for the city. Also bring in highend business and artist training center, the site expected to be the engine that increases the business and entertainment activities. The project is in three phases, as first is about central water street retail as an engine to of attractive, the second phase is the waterfront luxury hotels with shopping centers surrounding the water street. The third phase is the high-end office area with the yacht club. My task is to focus on developing key buildings and planning the resort hotel at the southern part of the site. As the wetland with most nature and water feature, the concept is to divide the parcel with water channels and make the shore more naturally. Representing historical fish-pond as buildings, greenery, and water scattered and interlock with each other.

Historical downtown

Li-Lake Waterfront

Tai-Lake new town

Three Engines of Wuxi - The site will serve as recreation and high-end business area to the city.

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Key Building - City Museum SD

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Role: Architectural Designer Resort hotel master planning & architecture schemtic design Project Director: Jing-Xiu Ho Team: James Lu, Hiroyuki Shinohara, Sergio Marquez, Yi-Chieh Su, Alice Chiu, ChungChi Ye, Melody Yiu Site: Wuxi, Jiangsu, China

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Water Street Retail - At the center of the site, recreating the historical image as life on lake.


Master Plan

Traffic Strategy

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Hotel Commercial Retail Water Street Culture and Entainment Business and Office


Built Xiamen Vanke Sale Office & Community Club

Located on a 19-ha residential development site in Xiamen, the client requested a showroom that provides a unique, interactive experience, guiding prospective clients through a skillfully curated showcase. And to be converted into the community center for the future residential community. The bar of the program is rolled into a circle, with one end lifted to create an infinite circulation loop that guides movement from the ground plane through the building. The landscape strategy mirrors the circulation in the Sales House. In order to support these phased transformations in a sustainably sound manner, our team developed design strategies that allow both the landscape and Sales House to be repurposed for future usages. My main role in the project is to help develop the detail of some part of construction documents. As the first built project, it gave me an learning process about how the information on construction documents will guide the contractor to build in the real.

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Role: Architectural Designer Construction documents drawing

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Project Director: Hiroyuki Shinohara Team: AECOM Tokyo Landscape Team, Aki Omi, Yi-Chieh Su, Alice Chiu, Po-Wei Lai, Sergio Marquez, Jie Zhao GFA:900 sqm Site: Xiamen, China

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Diagram shows the spiral ramp guiding customer towards roof top garden with view of entire site.


The process of house sale has been rolled into a spiral from site model to real site view.

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Lobby Atrium Section

Unrolled Section


2nd Place TKU Alumni Hall & Conference Center Competition

The University is expecting to provide a space for alumni reunion and meeting. The main scope of the project is an international conference hall and appendix medium meeting rooms plus a hotel with 50 keys. Also alum office, retail and public space for the campus. I was in charge of the competition project. Doing most of the works from scratch to the full developed drawings and solution. Including the invest of hotel operation to decide the space requirement. And consulting one of the leading professional conference company for the guidance of their experience in the field. Also, we provide an extra solution for the occupied sports area of the building by exchange parking space to the basement. Through this project, I have gained a complete view of process and detail in a competition.

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The versitile mode of meeting space usage

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Role: Designer, Project Manager Project management, Architecture design, General graphic editing Client: Tamkang University Architect: Jay Chiu Team: Iris Liao, Jui-Chu Wang, Pao-Chung Ho, Chih-Ya Cheng, Tse-Te Chu Conference Center Consultant: GIS Group Scope: Hotel, Retail and Conferene Center Project Budget: 300 million NTD Site: Tamsui, Taiwan

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4.Counter 7.Elv. to Parking 5.Hotel Elv. to Sky Lobby 8.Driveway to Parking 6.Storage 9.Concourse

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7.Grand Stair 8.Public Stair


2nd Place Yilan FE Spa Resort Invited Competition

Far Eastern Group is planning for a high-end resort spa on the property in Jiaosi township in Yilan county. Land use for the site is Industrial and Commercial Integrated District. Site area approximately 102,178.39 square meters. 01 Ficus nervosa Heyne ex Roth The site used to be the textile factory own by 02 Lagerstroemia subcostata Koehne FE Group. Within the unused part of the site, 03 Psychotria rubra (Lour.) the original forest is very well preserved. For 04 Lindera megaphylla Hemsl a development, the ecosystem and05 the Machilusbotanic japonica Sieb. & Zucc. var. kusanoi (Hayata) life worth a well-protected plan. 06 Litsea hypophaea Hayata

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As a project manager for this case, I09am in charge Trema orientalis (L.) of international coordination with KUME 10 Carica papaya L.Begonia ×taipeiensis C.-I Peng 11 Bombax malabarica DC Sekkei from Japan and OLIN Landscape from 12 Celtis sinensis Pers the USA. Meantime developing the design and 13 Mallotus paniculatus (Lam.) drawings as well. This is a full-scale task and 14 Ficus elastica Roxb I have managed to make all aspect going on 15 Schefflera octophylla (Lour.) Macaranga tanarius (L.) schedule. A great experience of 16international 17 Calocedrus macrolepis Kurz var. formosana (Florin) competition which teams up with members 18 Mangifera indica L from abroad. 19 Archontophoenix alexandrae (F. Muell.) 20 Bridelia balansae Tutch 21 Erythrina variegata L 22 Glochidion zeylanicum (Gaertn.)

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Role: Designer, Project Manager Project management, Architecture & masterplan design, General graphic editing Client: Far Eastern Group Architect: Jay Chiu, Ray Jin Hotel Profession: KUME Sekkei, Japan Landscape: OLIN, U.S.A. Team: Pei-Chun Shih, Olie Huang, Iris Liao, Jui-Chu Wang, Griffin Ho, Chih-Ya Cheng Cooperate: Yohei Yamamoto, Satoshi Kiri, Lucinda Sanders, Demetrios Staurinos Site: Jiaosi, Yilan, Taiwan

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02 Lagerstroemia subcostata Koehne 03 Psychotria rubra (Lour.)

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04 Lindera megaphylla Hemsl

27 Acacia confusa Merr

05 Machilus japonica Sieb. & Zucc. var. kusanoi (Hayata)

28 Bischofia javanica Bl

06 Litsea hypophaea Hayata

29 Phoenix dactylifera L

07 Araucaria excelsa (Lamb.)

30 Sapium sebiferum (L.)

08 Turpinia formosana Nakai 09 Trema orientalis (L.)

31 Hyophorbe amaricaulis Mart 11 32 Mallotus philippensis (Lam.)

10 Carica papaya L.Begonia ×taipeiensis C.-I Peng

33 Mallotus japonicus (Thunb.)

11 Bombax malabarica DC

34 Ficus superba (Miq.)

12 Celtis sinensis Pers

35 Liquidambar formosana Hance

13 Mallotus paniculatus (Lam.)

36 Ficus septica Burm. f.

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16 Macaranga tanarius (L.)

39 Cinnamomum camphora (L.)

17 Calocedrus macrolepis Kurz var. formosana (Florin)

40 Syzygium samarangense (Bl.)

18 Mangifera indica L

41 Ficus fistulosa Reinw. ex Bl

19 Archontophoenix alexandrae (F. Muell.)

42 Euphoria longana Lam

20 Bridelia balansae Tutch 21 Erythrina variegata L

43 Melanolepis multiglandulosa (Reinw.) 21 44 Cycas revoluta Thunb.

22 Glochidion zeylanicum (Gaertn.)

45 Artocarpus incisus (Thunb.)

23 Ficus ampelas Burm. f 24 Ficus microcarpa L. f. var. crassifolia (Shieh)

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CHAO, WEI HSIANG

Curriculum Vitae

1983.Jun. Kaohsiung City, Taiwan cityscape217@gmail.com

EDUCATION 2009

Master of Architecture I Graduate Institute of Architecture National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

2008

Exchange Student School of Architecture Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

2006

Inter-School Study Graduate Institute of Architecture TungHai University, Taiwan

2005

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Department of Civil Engineering National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

2017

Co-founder Serendipity Studio, Taiwan with Tseng, Ling-Li

2015 -2016

Design Manager Xue Xue Institute, Taipei, Taiwan Graphic and Space Design, Art Curating & Administration

2013 -2015

Designer Jay & Ray Architects and Associates, Taipei, Taiwan Architecture Design, Competition, Project Management

2011 -2013

Architectural Designer AECOM Architectural Urbanism, Design+Planning, Shanghai, China Architecture Design, Urban Design, Planning

2009

Internship J.J.Pan & Partners, Architects and Planners, Taipei, Taiwan Competition & Creative Team

2003

Internship Chiyi Chang Architecture Studio Promotion Portfolio Editing, Model Making

SerendipityStudio

SKILL & LANGUAGE Design in Architecture, Urban and Graphic Rhino, Sketchup, AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, CorelDraw, Premiere Mandarin Chinese, English, Taiwanese


AWARD & HONORS 2016

1st Prize Taipei Fine Arts Museum X-Site 2017 “Mist Encounter” Design & Build

2017

Gold Prize Taipei Design Award 2017 - Public Space Design “Mist Encounter” Winning Team

2015

Shortlist Tainan Axis Transformation - International Landscape Competition “Convergence” Co-design with FieldArchi Studio

2014

2nd Place Far-Eastern Group JiaoXi Spa Resort & Hotel Competition Project Manager & Designer

2013

2nd Place TamKang University Alumni Hotel & Conference Center Project Manager & Designer

2005

1st Prize NCTU Where & Where Competition “Yu Shu Lin Feng” Design Leader ART & EXHIBITION EXPERIENCE

2016

Art Administration, Construction Supervisor “Living In Place - International Tour Exhibition at Taiwan“ with Field Office Architects & Xue Xue Institute

2015

Graphic Design, Exhibition Curating, Construction Supervisor ‘‘2015 Public Housing Exhibition” with Taipei City Government Department of Urban Development

2012

Assistant of Artist “2010 Taipei Biennale – Taipei-Belt” by Chris Evans Taipei Fine Arts Museum

2009

Exhibitor & General Graphic Editor “Future Tense for Life – Recombinant Complexity” Exhibition Center of NCTU

2006

Assistant of Artist Co6 Taiwan Avant-Garde Documenta: “Animal” by Jr-Gung Chi National Taiwan Fine Arts Museum WORKSHOP & VOLUNTEERING

2010

“Boot Camp 2010: Mangka, Taipei - Urban Renovation” AECOM Asia Design Boot Camp - Participant

2009

Core Plan 2 – Regeneration “Library Under the Tree” Volunteering Builder

2007

“Redevelopment Options - the Schiedamsedijk in Rotterdam” International Workshop NCTU GIA - Participant


Professional Practice Works

Hongqiao Airport Terminal 1 Redevelopment -Shanghai, China -2011 Architecture Designer Project Director: James Lu Team: Melody Yiu, Hrioyuki Shinohara, Si-yuan Zhang 3D developing assistant

Hainan Baoting Resort Hotel Master Plan and Architecture Concept -Baoting, Hainan, China -2011 Architecture Designer Project Director: Helen Chung Team: Aecom Shanghai MP Team, James Lu, Melody Yiu, Hrioyuki Shinohara, Yu-Dong Wu, Chien-Ya Hong, Ming-Zhi Zuo, Zhen Chao, HaiChun Hsu, Yin-Yen Wang 7-stars hotel main building design + 3D modeling

Chongqing Tieshanping Conference Hotel and Retail Conceptual Architecture -Chongqing, China -2011 Architecture Designer Project Director: Xiao-Guang Han Team: Yi-Wen Zhu, Hiroyuki Shinohara, Melody Yiu 3D massing & topo study

Taiyuan Jinyang Lake Masterplan -Shanxi, Taiyuan, China -2012 Masterplan & Architecture Designer Project Director: Yu-Heng Jiang Team: Liang-Ting Guo, Hui-Chun Hsu, Yun-Fei Zhao, Po-Wei Lai Urban planning & design, analyze diagram


Nantong Cultural Park Masterplan & Architecture -Nantong, China -2012 Architecture Designer Project Director: Hiroyuki Shinohara Team: Si-yuan Zhang, Jie Zhao 3D building developing support, Sustainable design strategy + diagram

Kunming TOD North Station Development -Kunming, Yunnan, China -2012 Architecture Designer Project Director: Huai-Chun Hsu Team: Yun-Fei Zhao, Po-Wei Lai Public transportation & traffic typology study + analyzing diagram, 3D topo study

Ordos National Guest House Masterplan & Architecture -Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China -2012 Architecture Designer Project Director: James Lu Team: Hiroyuki Shinohara, Sergio Marquez, YiChieh Su, Alice Chiu, Po-Wei Lai Building design + modeling, Masterplan design, Facade detail & historical study

Haicang Vanke Sales & Club House -Xiamen, China -2012 Architecture Designer Project Director: Hiroyuki Shinohara Team: Aecom Tokyo LA Team, Aki Omi, Yi-Chieh Su, Alice Chiu, Po-Wei Lai, Sergio Marquez, Jie Zhao Construction documents drawing


Professional Practice Works

Mitsui Shenzhen Development Masterpaln & Architecture -Shenzhen, China -2012 Urban & Architecture Designer Project Director: YiChieh Su Cooperation: Mitsui & Co. (Shanghai) Ltd Team: Sergio Marquez, Hiroyuki Shinohara, Alice Chiu Architecture design + 3D modeling, Architectureal urbanism design

Wuxi Li-Lake Water Street Retail & Hotel Resort Urban Design -Wuxi, Jiangsu, China -2013 Urban & Architecture Designer Project Director: Jing-Xiu Ho Team: James Lu, Hiroyuki Shinohara, Sergio Marquez, Yi-Chieh Su, Alice Chiu, Chung-Chi Ye, Melody Yiu Urban design, Resort design, Hotel & key buildings design + modeling

Taichung Qinmei Xintiandi Residential & Hotel Masterplan -Taichung, Taiwan -2013 Urban & Architecture Designer Project Director: Jing-Xiu Ho Team: Yi-Chieh Su, Jessica Lam, Melody Yiu, James Lu, Hiroyuki Shinohara, Po-Wei Lai, Alice Chiu Architecture design, Hotel, retail and residential building design, Architectural urbanism

Yuan Ze University Performance Hall & Art House by Santiago Calatrava Architects -Taoyuan City, Taiwan -2013 Local 3D Structure Assistant Project Director: Jay Chiu Cooperation: Far Eastern Group Team: Bao-Chung Ho, Yi-Pei Lin 3D structure study & detail developing


NT Museum Of Arts International Competition -New Taipei City, Taiwan -2014 -6th Place Designer & Project Manager Project Director: Jay Chiu Cooperation: Aaron Betsky, Charles Dilworth Team: Ray Jin, Pei-Chun Shih, Iris Liao, Olie Hunag, Chi-Ya Cheng, Bao-Chung Ho Project management, Architecture & masterplan design, General graphic editing

4.6 ⱘᷲ㜸吤 Yilan FE Spa Resort Invited Competetion -Jiaosi, Yilan, Taiwan -2014 -2nd Place Designer, Project Manager Architect: Jay Chiu, Ray Jin Team: Pei-Chun Shih, Olie Huang, Iris Liao, JuiChu Wang, Griffin Ho, Chih-Ya Cheng Cooperate: KUME Sekkei, OLIN, Yohei Yamamoto, Satoshi Kiri, Lucinda Sanders, Demetrios Staurinos Project management, Planning, Architecture design

Taipei Public Housing Exhibition 2015 -Taipei, Taiwan -2014 -Built Designer, Project Manager Project Director: Chi-Yi Chang Coopertate: Taipei Unban Redevelopment Center Team: Ya-Ting Wu, Mi Lin, Wen-Tao Hsiao, Hio Cheng Choi Project management, Graphic design, Construction supervision

Living In Place - International Tour Exhibition -Taipei, Taiwan -2015 -Built Art Administration Project Director: Chi-Yi Chang Team: Shen-Feng, Lin, Ya-Ting Wu, Guo-Wan Chen, Sheng-Hao Hsu Cooperation: Field Office Architects, Artlier Or Art Administration, Construction Supervisor

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Portfolio 2017 ChaoWeiHsiang  

Admitted by Harvard GSD MAUD

Portfolio 2017 ChaoWeiHsiang  

Admitted by Harvard GSD MAUD

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