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Expected Master Bachelor Exchange Student

School of Design, University of Pennsylvania Department of Architecture and Fine Art, Dalian University of Technology Department of Architecture, National Cheng Kung University

MY SKETCH POCKET BOOK

THE SELECTION OF DESIGN 2006 -2012

PORTFOLIO OF HANG SU PORTFOLIO OF HANG SU


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TRANSPARENCY: CONTINUITY OF SPACE Name: Location: Category: Tutor: Date: Use: Occupancy:

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Office of Light Western Developing Area, Klamusze, Heilongjiang Province, P.R.C Course Work Qu Jingming 10/20/2009-10/20/2009 Office, Exhibition, and Roof Plaza Office and Citizen

Low carbon dioxide waste district is located in Western Developing District in Klamusze. Plan for this district aims at creating high quality life, leisure, transport and work environment, throughout appropriate city scale, ecological transportation environment and large green space. The site is in the north of the district, and the plan proportion is 5 hectare. The east side is the walk axis of the planned area, with the building proportion of 60’000 sqm. After the entire plan, I designed a synthesized office and exhibition center. 22


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INTERSECTION OF TIME: RENOVATION OF INDUSTRIAL SITE

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Location: Qingpu District, Shanghai, P.R.C Competition Work: Awarded in 2010 Autodesk Cup National College Student Competition Tutor: Fan Yue, Zhang Yu Partners: Wang Lin, Ma Yue, Zhao Jie. I was one of the main designers of the primary plan and designer of the park and the reconstructing a factory into an exhibition centre. I particitated in the whole process of design and the model making process. According to the future urban plan for Qingpu District , protection of the old architecture has to be provided, more convienient and ecological residence is needed, inheritance of tradition and history of Qingpu has to be focused, and thus a sustainable developing district will be achieved. One of the most important part of our design is the central park. As most people come across the viaduct connecting the old city and the new site, a broad and beautiful view to the river is needed. We plan to develop this middle part into landscape use. At the same time, we make some of the remained factory structure into landscape use, while others into shopping. By reusing the industrial factories we remind people of the history and by providing open spaces along the river, we provide people enjoyment of the humanism and nature. 10


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DANCING BOXES: UPRAISING THE BASE

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Location: Yida Community, Dalian, China Course and competition work: July 1st-August 14th, 2008 Tutor: Kong Yuhang

As there are 6 units in this kingdergarten, and each of them has a fixed proportion, I chose traditional Chinese Jiu Gongge as concept to arrange function bodies. After the recombination of those bodies, natural light is made best use, reducing energy waste in the building and the negative effect of the shadow from the highrise in the south. In addition, spaces are organized around a center, just like traditional couryard in China. In this kingdergarten, different bodies are connected by corridor and this brings people continuous route. The yard-centered architecture form is also an imitation of organism composition in nature. Almost all things in nature are living around a common center, so is architecture.

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URBAN ISLAND: COLLABORATION OF COMMUNITY AND UNIVERSITY

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Location: Schuylkill River, Philadelphia, PA, USA Studio Work: 09/11/2011-12/20/2011 Tutor: David Gouverneur Partner: Yin Mingyu. I was one of the main designers of the midterm overall plan and designer of the central wetland system, as well as most of the new buildings.

In the primary strategy stage, considering the inactive and passive atmosphere in the community in southern site, and the tendency of Penn’s expansion, we proposed a new campus on the vacant industrial site, and a continuition of the exsisting commercial street-Washington Ave. At the second stage, we paid more attention on increasing the mixture of community and new campus, creating new real estate with good view to the river and extention of commercial activity both across the new university and in the middle of existing community. After midterm, we focused more on clarifying different layers on the proposed green system-forest layer, lawn layer, pedestrian layer and water layer. By creating continuous wetland in the middle of the campus and remediation islands along the river, we brought urban landscape into everyday life, providing more possibilities of recreation, outdoor entertainment and family activity.

COLOR SKETCH

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MOVING SYSTEM-[SITE ANALYSIS]

FAIRMOUNT PARK

COMMUNITY UNIVERSITY CITY CENTER CITY INDUSTRIAL AREA FORGOTTEN BOTTOM CEMETERY RIVER SYSTEM

UNIVERSITY CITY

PHILADELPHIA CENTER CITY

SCHUYLKILL RIVER HIGH WAY RIVER SYSTEM

DELAWARE RIVER CUTTING AREA RAIL WAY RIVER SYSTEM

MOVING SYSTEM

ENTERTAINMENT

RIVER

RESIDENTIAL

upenn expansion

technical center

PHASE 2

PHASE 3

great view appartment

gate way

FORGOTTEN BOTTOM

WEST PHILLY SKYLINE

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Y CONDO

MIXED HIGHRISE OF COMMUNITY & UNIVERSITY

NEW CONDO

commercial ave

PHASE 1 gate way

WASHIONTON AVE


PROPOSED TANS

EXISTING TRANSPORT SYSTEM

MOVING SYSTEM MOVING SYSTEM

PROPOSED GREEN SYSTEM PROPOSED GREEN SYSTEM

EXISTING GREEN SYSTEM EXISTING GREEN SYSTEM

SCHULYKILL RIVER AUTO TRANSPORT

EXISTING GREEN SPACE EXISTING GREEN SPACE BROWN FIELD(ELECTRIC UTILITIES) BROWN FIELD(ELECTRIC UTILITIES) BROWN FIELD(METAL MANUFACTURING) BROWN FIELD(METAL MANUFACTURING) BROWN FIELD(PETROLEUM) BROWN FIELD(PETROLEUM) SCHUYLKILL RIVERSCHUYLKILL RIVER

EXISTING CONSITIONS

EXISTING TRANSIT PROPOSED TRANS

2.1 GREEN SYSTEM

PROPOSED CONSITIONS

EXISTING CONSITIONS

SCHULYKILL RIVER AUTO TRANSPORT RAIL WAY HIGH WAY

EXISTING GREEN SPACE EXISTING RAILGREEN WAY SPACE WETLAND FORREMEDIATION WATER AND SOIL REMEDIATION WETLAND FOR WATER AND SOIL HIGH WAY PROPOSED OPEN SPACE PROPOSED OPEN SPACE EXISTING TRANSIT STOP EXISTING LOTS AND OPEN SPACE EXISTING VACANT LOTS ANDVACANT OPEN SPACE SCHUYLKILL RIVERSCHUYLKILL RIVER

PROPOSED CONSITIONS MASTER PLAN MASTER PLAN

FAIRMOUNT PARK COMMUNITY

EXISTING GREEN SPACE BROWN FIELD(ELECTRIC UTILITIES) BROWN FIELD(METAL MANUFACTURING) EXISTING GREEN SPACE BROWN FIELD(PETROLEUM) BROWN FIELD(ELECTRIC UTILITIES) SCHUYLKILL RIVER BROWN FIELD(METAL MANUFACTURING) COMMUNITY BROWN FIELD(PETROLEUM) SCHUYLKILL RIVER

COMMUNITY

UNIVERSITY CITY CENTER CITY INDUSTRIAL AREA FORGOTTEN BOTTOM

EXISTING GREEN SPACE WETLAND FOR WATER AND SOIL REMEDIATION

SCHULYKILL RIVERSCHULYKILL RIVER PROPOSED OPEN SPACE TRANSPORT AUTO TRANSPORTAUTO EXISTING GREEN SPACE EXISTING VACANT LOTS AND OPEN SPACE RAIL WAY FOR WATER AND SOIL REMEDIATION RAIL WAY WETLAND SCHUYLKILL RIVER HIGH WAY OPEN HIGH WAY PROPOSED SPACE STOP AND OPEN SPACE EXISTINGTRANSIT VACANT LOTS EXISTING TRANSITEXISTING STOP SCHUYLKILL RIVER

3 OPERATION

PROPOSED GREEN SYSTEM EXISTING TRANSPORT SYSTEM EXISTING TRANSPORT SYSTEM PROPOSED GREEN SYSTEM

EXISTING GREEN SYSTEM EXISTING GREEN SYSTEM

EXISTING PROGRAM SYSTEM PROPOSEDSYSTEM TANSPORT SYSTEM PROPOSED TANSPORT

PROPOSED PROG GREEN SYSTEM

SCHULYKILL RIVER UPENN RIVERSCHULYKILL RIVER SCHULYKILL AUTOCOMMUNITY TRANSPORTAUTO TRANSPORT COMMERCIA RAIL WAY RAIL WAY HIGH WAY HIGH WAY

SCHULYKILL RIVER UPENN PROPOSED NWE U COMMERCIA

TRANSIT STOP EXISTING TRANSITEXISTING STOP

PROPOSED TRANSIT STOP 2.2 GREEN SYSTEM PROPOSED TRANSIT STOP

CEMETERY PROPOSED CONSITIONS RIVER SYSTEM

UNIVERSITY CITY

CENTER CITY

MASTER PLAN COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY

SCHULYKILL RIVER AUTO TRANSPORT EXISTING RAIL WAYGREEN SPACE SCHULYKILLWETLAND RIVER HIGH WAY FOR WATER AND SOIL REMEDIATION AUTO TRANSPORT PROPOSED OPEN SPACE EXISTING TRANSIT STOP RAIL WAY EXISTING VACANT LOTS AND OPEN SPACE HIGH WAY SCHUYLKILL RIVER EXISTING TRANSIT STOP

3 OPERATION

PROPOSED GREEN SYSTEM EXISTING TRANSPORT SYSTEM

3 OPERATION

EXISTING TRANSPORT SYSTEM

TRANSPORTATION

PROPOSED TANSPORT SYSTEM

EXISTINGSYSTEM PROGRAM SYSTEM EXISTING PROGRAM PROPOSED TANSPORT SYSTEM SCHULYKILL RIVER AUTO TRANSPORT RIVER WAY SCHULYKILL RIVERSCHULYKILLRAIL SCHULYKILL RIVER UPENN HIGH WAY UPENN AUTO TRANSPORT COMMUNITY COMMUNITY EXISTING TRANSIT STOP RAIL WAY COMMERCIA COMMERCIA HIGH WAY PROPOSED TRANSIT STOP

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PROPOSEDSYSTEM PROGRAM SYSTEM PROPOSED PROGRAM

SCHULYKILL RIVERSCHULYKILL RIVER UPENN UPENN PROPOSED NWE UPENN PROPOSED NWE UPENN COMMERCIA COMMERCIA

EXISTING TRANSIT STOP PROPOSED TRANSIT STOP

HIGH WAY RIVER SYSTEM

COMMERCIAL

3 OPERATION

3 OPERATION

EXISTING PROGRAM SYSTEM PROPOSED TANSPORT SYSTEM EXISTING PROGRAM SYSTEM SCHULYKILL RIVER UPENN SCHULYKILL RIVER COMMUNITY AUTO TRANSPORT SCHULYKILL RIVER COMMERCIA RAIL WAY UPENN HIGH WAY COMMUNITY EXISTING TRANSIT STOP COMMERCIA

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PROPOSED PROGRAM SYSTEM

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PROPOSED PROGRAM SYSTEM SCHULYKILL RIVER UPENN PROPOSED NWE UPENN SCHULYKILL RIVER COMMERCIA UPENN PROPOSED NWE UPENN COMMERCIA

PROPOSED TRANSIT STOP

COMMUNITY UPENN CUTTING AREA RAIL WAY RIVER SYSTEM

commercial ave

SCHULYKILL RIVER UPENN PROPOSED NWE UPENN COMMERCIA

[MIDTERM MASTER PLAN]

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PROPOSED PROGRAM SYSTEM

residential

mixed center

PHASE 1

HIONTON AVE

city center

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COMMUNITY UNIVERSITY CITY CENTER CITY INDUSTRIAL AREA FORGOTTEN BOTTOM CEMETERY RIVER SYSTEM

UNIVERSITY CITY

PHILADELPHIA CENTER CITY

SCHUYLKILL RIVER HIGH WAY RIVER SYSTEM

DELAWARE RIVER CUTTING AREA RAIL WAY RIVER SYSTEM

RIVER

upenn expansion

RESIDENTIAL

technical center

commercial ave

PHASE 2

PHASE 3

PHASE 1

great view appartment

gate way

[SYSTEM CONSIDERATION]

gate way

WASHIONTON AVE

FORGOTTEN BOTTOM

WEST PHILLY SKYLINE

HIGH QUALITY CONDO

MIXED HIGHRISE OF COMMUNITY & UNIVERSITY

NEW CONDO

EXISTING STINGER PARK NEW PARK

COMMERCIAL

COMMERCIAL

NEW MARKET FOR COMMUNITY & U.C

SHARED SPACE

MOVING SYSTEM

ENTERTAINMENT

NEW PARK

MIXED HIGHRISE OF COMMUNITY & UNIVERSITY

NEW ROAD

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SECTION 1-1

FORMER FREIGHT RAIL

NEW MARKET FOR COMMUNITY & U.C

NEW CONDO

COVERT THE RAILWAY TO A SUNK GREEN CORRIDOR

MAIN STREET TO CONNECT TO U.C

NEW ROAD

S. 34TH STREET

EXISTING STINGER PARK

TRANSFER BOTTOM SPACE INTO GREEN OPEN SPACE

SCHUYLKILL EXPY

NEW ROAD

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MIXED HIGHRISE OF COMMUNITY & UNIVERSITY


GREEN SYSTEM

COMMUNITY COMMUNITY UNIVERSITY CITY CENTER CITY INDUSTRIAL AREA FORGOTTEN BOTTOM CEMETERY RIVER SYSTEM

2.2 GREEN SYSTEM UNIVERSITY CITY

CENTER CITY

COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY TRANSPORTATION

HIGH WAY RIVER SYSTEM

COMMERCIAL

[WETLAND SYSTEM BIRDVIEW] COMMUNITY UPENN CUTTING AREA RAIL WAY RIVER SYSTEM

mmercial ave

residential

mixed center

PHASE 1

city center

[REGIONAL BIRDVIEW]

ONTON AVE

CENTER CITY

EXISTING STINGER PARK EXISTING COMMUNITY

EXISTING STINGER PARK

NEW GREEN SPACE IN COMMUNITY

EXISTING COMMUNITY

NEW GREEN CORRIDOR

GREEN BUFFER TO RAILWAY

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NEW ROAD

S26TH STREET

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MIXED HIGHRISE OF COMMUNITY & UNIVERSITY


[DETAILED DESIGN]

DELAWARE RIVER CUTTING AREA RAIL WAY RIVER SYSTEM

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

MOVING SYSTEM

ENTERTAINMENT

RIVER

upenn expansion

RESIDENTIAL

technical center

commercial ave

PHASE 2

PHASE 3

PHASE 1

great view appartment

gate way

gate way

[WETLAND SYSTEM GRADING PLAN]

WASHIONTON AVE

[GRADING PLAN] FORGOTTEN BOTTOM

WEST PHILLY SKYLINE

HIGH QUALITY CONDO

MIXED HIGHRISE OF COMMUNITY & UNIVERSITY

NEW CONDO

EXISTING STINGER PARK NEW PARK

COMMERCIAL

NEW MARKET FOR COMMUNITY & U.C

SHARED SPACE

COMMERCIAL

NEW PARK

MIXED HIGHRISE OF COMMUNITY & UNIVERSITY

NEW ROAD

NEW MARKET FOR COMMUNITY & U.C

NEW CONDO

COVERT THE RAILWAY TO A SUNK GREEN CORRIDOR

FORMER FREIGHT RAIL

MAIN STREET TO CONNECT TO U.C

NEW ROAD

S. 34TH STREET

EXISTING STINGER PARK

TRANSFER BOTTOM SPACE INTO GREEN OPEN SPACE

SCHUYLKILL EXPY

NEW ROAD

[GRADING MODEL] SECTION 1-1

1:40

SECTION 1-1

HIGH QUALITY CONDO

MIXED HIGHRISE OF COMMUNITY & UNIVERSITY

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7 SECTIONS

SHARED SPACE

PROPOSED WETLAND PARK

MIXED HIGHRISE OF COMMUNITY & UNIVERSITY

PHASE III FORGOTTON BOTTOM JUMPS ACROSS SCHUYLKILL RIVER

PHASE II MORE SPACE FOR HUMAN CONTACTION WITH WETLAND

SCHUYLKILL RIVER

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PHASE I START OF SOIL REMEDIATION

NEW ROAD

NEW ROAD


COMMERCIAL

COMMUNITY UPENN CUTTING AREA RAIL WAY RIVER SYSTEM

mmercial ave

residential

mixed center

PHASE 1

city center

ONTON AVE

CENTER CITY

[OVERALL MASTERPLAN]

EXISTING STINGER PARK EXISTING COMMUNITY

EXISTING STINGER PARK

NEW GREEN SPACE IN COMMUNITY

NEW GREEN CORRIDOR

EXISTING COMMUNITY

GREEN BUFFER TO RAILWAY

CE

S26TH STREET

NEW ROAD

[WETLAND SYSTEM SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE]

HIGH QUALITY CONDO

MIXED HIGHRISE OF COMMUNITY & UNIVERSITY

NEW CONDO

SHARED SPACE

UNIVERSITY---EXPANSION OF UPENN

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MIXED HIGHRISE OF COMMUNITY & UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY---EXPANSION OF UPENN

MAIN COMMERCIAL STREET

NEW ROAD

GRAYS FERRY AVENUE

NEW CONDO

NEW ROAD BETWEEN UNIVERSITY AND NEW COMMUNITY

NEW ROAD

NEW ROAD

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THE TIME MACHINE: MUSEUM AND CULTURE CENTER

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Location: Nanshan, Dalian, P.R.C Competition Work: 08/2009-09/2009 Tutor: Kong Yuhang Partner: Guo Wei, Wang Lin. We worked as a group in primary stage and after completing the strategy, I focused on designing the roof garden, cooperating with people who reformed the house.

Our site is defined to be a culture and history center, where lies the most typical and special houses left during the Japanese period. Old houses here were once the former residence of some celebrities and Japanese. The distribution of designed volume is based on weather, topography and texture of the city. Trough site visit we found that the existing topography has potential to provide interesting landscape. And our following proposal was to limit the building volume through creating terraces. By digging parts of the site, the average height of the new building would decrease and give an accessible roof garden for citizens. In addition, two tunnels representing the history give culture value to this new building. The tunnels connect series of squares and courtyards, bringing people to different landscape spaces to inspire their inner world. The continuation of people’s activity provides more chances of communication, activating the historical residence.

RENOVATION OF THE OLD HOUSE

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[SITE ANALYSIS]

SITE LOCATION

Nanshan community used to be architecture group of Japanese residence. This street was created to remit the disperse of houses. The length of the Nanshan Street is 600 meters and used to be occupied by famous historians and writers. These houses appeared to be western style but were actually designed by Japanese architects. The opening building type makes the house merges well with nature.

SITE PLAN

LONGITUDE SECTION

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[LANDSCAPE SPACES]

SPACES INSIDE THE BUILDING

III-III SECTION

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[PROGRESSED DESIGN]

2ND FLOOR PLAN

1ST FLOOR PLAN EXPLODED ANALYSIS SPCAE ANALYSIS

Green space links nature and human, now and the future well.

I-I SECTION

The second floor, platform and patio create a comparison between spaces.

II-II SECTION

Vistind road.

Open spaces link human and the nature.

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III-III SECTION


[EFFECT ON ACTIVITIES]

NEW ACTIVITIES

OLD ACTIVITIES

WEST ELEVATION

SOUTHERN ELEVATION

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NEW HYBRID: PERFORMATIVE SURFACE, NEW RESIDENCE & VERTICAL NURSERY Location: Manhattan, New York, USA Research Studio: 01/2012-05/2012 Tutor: Marion Weiss, Michael Manfredi Role: Individual project design. The whole studio did the site 2 research together at the beginning.

There are three main components in this project: performative surface providing urban landscape for citizens and functioning as public building underneath, an ecological nursery maintained by residence, new residential units extended from existing tower to the vertical nursery. Similar to the precedent Yokohama International Terminal by FOA, the performative surface functions as a connection between citizens and city, human and nature. As a gateway, the vertical nursery gives out a welcome gesture as vehicles enter upper Manhattan. Offices, research labs, housing and communal areas are interspersed between orchards, farms and production rooms. For long there has been fights for air rights in Manhattan, but as city grows and buildings take more and more city spaces, mutual outdoor spaces become less. The creation of unit strips is generated from the idea of increasing green space for people. The aim of this utopian dream is to rethink the relation between human and nature, and to remind people that rights to enjoy the nature are also worth to fight for.

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[HISTORY OF THE IMMEDIATE SITE]

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[PRECEDENT CASE STUDY] Yokohama International Port Terminal Date: 2000--2002 Designer: Foreign Office Architects ltd Size: 412 meters long Total floor area  34,732 sqm Building area  27,270 sqm Gross external floor area: 438,243 sqm Location: Kanagawa,Japan Use: International Port Terminal Description: FOA’s first major project, the Yokohama International Port Terminal in Japan, stretches the city into the sea, its beach of boardwalks weaving like braids through wooden “dunes”, ducking and diving, inside and out, as you promenade to your ship. The Yokohama International Port Terminal is a new type of transportation space integrated with urban facilities. Rather than conceiving of the building as an object on the pier, detached from its context, it is designed as an extension of the pier ground, simultaneously hosting the terminal functions and creating a very large urban park on the roof of the terminal.

No-returning circulation diagram.

Section analysis of Yokohama International Port Terminal

3-dimentional circulation diagram

Sectional perspective showing connective function of the surface from Yokohama International Port Terminal.

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Model showing new strips connecting existing towers and new nursery.

People living in skyscraper are engaged into nature.

Green gateway attracts people when they first enter upper Manhattan.

New hybrid pattern combining existing tower and vertical nursery.

Performative surface connecting north and south.

Sectional perspective showing the interaction among strips.

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[SECTION]

People are communicating on the roof and the shared space inside the strip.

Studio

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Studio 4X4 Loft

Family Loft

Family Loft


[SITE PLAN]

Generation of elegant slopes on north and south side provide easier access to the naturally designed landscape surface, under which a medium scale gym, an automatic food factory and a super market are arranged properly. [IST FLOOR PLAN]

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ILLUSION: INTERSECTION OF TIME AND SPACE

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Department of Architecture, National Cheng Kung University Location: East of a large lawn, in the school yard Selected Workshop: GHOST Workshop, 2nd-17th March, 2009 Tutor: Komthat Syamanada Ghost Festival is traditional in China and some Asian countries. Some people always say that they met their dead friends or relatives in this day. Ghost is also a favorable issue for horror movies and stories. In this workshop our instructor gave us GHOST as a topic to discuss and express our understanding through a design work. In the following two weeks, my group had many discussions on this topic and we went to mystery places to feel “ghost�. After a week we came to a conclusion that ghost is an illusion people have when they are in a special space. As in physics we believe that almost any living feature radiates ultrared ray of a certain frequency, we came to a conclusion that ghost also has a certain frequency, as we believe in its existence. In addition, we did color ball experiment to express our conclusion to public. The experiment showed us changes in vision after changes in color. Finally we brought this experiment to public by creating a closed space, at the same time provided people colored glasses, freeing them to express their feelings there by drawing with paints. When the real scrawl came out finally, we showed them how a certain space and mood can cause illusion-ghost. 48


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FACETED GROUND: PLAYSCAPE EXPERIMENT

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Study target: Barcelona Bonatical Garden Final work for Media course : November 2011-December 2011 Tutor: Keith VanDerSys After one semester’s practice in modeling tools and strategies for using them, we were required to create, make and play with a imaginary playground for final work. This project is not a design project, instead it is a means to practice and demonstrate a command of 3-dimensional modeling tools and the strategies used to make and build surfaces that ultimately culminates in a precise multi-functional scape. This playscape is to be conceived of as a thick membrane, made up of numerous articulately and precisely constructed polysurfaces. I chose Barcelona Botanical Garden as my faceted playground example. Firstly I extracted lines and forms from picture, and then adjusted shape and size to fix into the site, and distinguish blocks from main roads. Then I proposed main ridges and created small facets to form each block. Finally I added susidary roads in each block and divided blocks into smaller landscape facets.

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EXPLODED ANALYSIS


[PRODUCTION PROCESS AND FINAL WORK]

Site Envelope

Original Typography

Proposed surfaces

Proposed Path

Adjust path heights

Formation of path surface

Proposed Path

Forming new surfaces

Completion of all surfaces

Contours (Transverse Sections)

Trimmed Intersection

V-ray Rendering

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MEDIA III - Fall 2011

FREE PLAY < FI

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OTHER WORK CALATRAWA STRUCTURE STUDY FLORENCE’S CATHEDRAL STUDY T-SHIRT DESIGN SHIP MODEL COMMUNITY LIBRARY GRMNASIUM JINGZHOU MUSEUM SALES OFFICE ARCHITECTS’ OFFICE URBAN DESIGN WATERCOLOR PAINTING PEN SKETCH COLOR SKETCH PHOTOGRAPHY PENCIL PORTRAIT

RESUME

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Watercolor drawing, 1 week, 2006

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Gouache sketch in Xinghai Square, 4 hours, 2007

Gouache sketch in Hengshui Lake, 5 hours, 2007

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Lavender, Taizhong Lavender Garden, Taiwan, 2009 64


Pencil portrait, 1.5 hour, Zhang Xinzhe ( Taiwan singer), 2012

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THE SELECTION OF DESIGN 2006 -2011 Contact me: 215-260-9044 suhang@design.upenn.edu

Portfolio of Hang Su  

This portfolio collects projects of mine about architecture, urban design and landscape architecture from 2006 to 2012.

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