PORTFOLIO HEJUN WEN
EXPERIENCE BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING
Major in Landscape Architecture North China University of Technology Sep. 2009-Jul.2013
CHINESE AND ENGLISH
ARTS, MOVIES, TV SHOWS, ART EXHIBITIONS, MUSIC
THE OUTSTANDING SECRETARY OF THE YOUTH LEAGUE BRACH IN THE SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP IN UNIVERSITY - FIRST YEAR
HEJUN WEN SCHOLARSHIP IN UNIVERSITY - SECOND YEAR THE FIRST PRIZE, STUDENT MODEL MAKING CONTEST OF THE UNIVERSITY
Hand Drawing Id. Ai.
SCHOLARSHIP IN UNIVERSITY - THIRD YEAR
INTERNSHIP IN HASSELL, BEIJING, CHINA LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT ASSISTANT DEC. 2012-JAN. 2013
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS CONTACT ADDRESS:
CHINESE ARCHITECTURAL ART “YOUTH DESIGNERS PRIZE”
210 WADSACK DR. APT.D 001+4055704251 HEJUN.WEN-1@OU.EDU NORMAN, OKLAHOMA, U.S. 73072 0086+15811508088 FANCYOFNINE@GMAIL.COM
THE REDEVELOPMENT OF BEIJING DONSI HISTORICAL COMMUNITY (PUBLIC THESIS) North China University of Technology Mar.2010-Mar.2011 - THE FIRST PRIZE, UNIVERSITY ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE STUDENT TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION PROJECTS
RESEARCH ON THE RENOVATION PROJECT OF FAYUANSI BACKSTREETS North China University of Technology California State Polytechnic University Jun.2011-Aug.2011 - 2011 U.S. National AICP Urban Planning Applied Research Award
RESEARCH ON HEALING GARDENS AND THERAPEUTIC LANDSCAPES (PUBLIC THESIS) North China University of Technology May. 2012-May.2013 - THE FIRST PRIZE, UNIVERSITY ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE STUDENT TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION PROJECTS
MASTER OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Major in Landscape Architecture The University of Oklahoma Sep. 2013-Jul.2016
Red Ribbon -Campus Planning and Design -Prof. Fan Fu, Lecturer Xin Yang -Landscaping Planing and Design(2) -Duration: 7 weeks/fall '11
Supper block•supper farming -‘Vertical Farming’-The Planning of Beijing 798 Area -Prof. Fan Fu, Lecturer Xin Yang -Landscaping Planing and Design(3) -Duration: 7 weeks/spring '12 -Team Leader of 3-people Team
"OUR" COURTYARD -Gould Hall CourtyardAnalysis+design -Prof. Williams -LA Studio I (MLA) -Duration: 4 weeks/fall '13
B 平台 在香山公园中的位置
景点概述： 白松亭为静宜园二十八景之一，原为六方亭，原有记 载：“在此长可听到山间鸟鸣与佛寺鼓声相呼应。每 当霜天月夜，群鹤长鸣，别具情趣。”现建筑为民国 时期所建。对于这一景点，采取修缮为主，加建为辅 ，力求恢复其原有的景观意境和园林气氛。 植物配置上，香山的古松，其数量多，树龄古，均为 “北京之最”，白松亭亦是以松之意境得名，故对原 有树种的保护极为重要，加种一些小灌木，丰富其四 季景观的同时，更加突出白皮松的高耸挺拔，塑造空 间意境，从公园水系中引来水体，构成流觞曲水的古 典意境。
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"JOIN US!" -Jacobson house Courtyard design -Prof. Williams -LA Studio I (MLA) -Duration: 4 weeks/fall '13
Red Ribbon Campus Planning and Design-North China University of Technology -North China University of Technology, China -Prof. Fan Fu, Lecturer Xin Yang -Landscaping Planing and Design(2) -Duration: 7 weeks/fall '11 The project of North China University of Technology campus planning is based on the current situation of the campus, and does some partial design. North China University of Technology, located in the west of Beijing, is a modern comprehensive university. And the school has a long history, focusing on the exchange and development. Because its landscape current situation is not good, so what we have done is to promote the Landscape effects and to encourage students to join outdoor activities.
>Program: Campus Planning and Design-North China University of Technology >Size:13,176m2 >Design Team:Personal work >Duration: 7 weeks/fall '11/North China University of Technology >Critique:Prof. Fan Fu, Lecturer Xin Yang >Location:North China University of Technology, China
Outdoor active degree-before adding red ribbon
Red ribbon's effect
Outdoor active degree-after adding red ribbon
College students like to share things, such as ideas, activities, and thoughts. So my purpose is to allow students to enjoy the outdoors exchanges and activities. Red pavilion attract the eye, but also can provide outdoor shelter. I designed big steps on the east plaza, so that the students can take advantage of these spaces to have a rest.
My idea is to use a ribbon landscaping environment, and encouraging students to enjoy outdoor activities. The red colure represents young, energetic, and enthusiastic. And it lets the campus landscape cannot monotone. Not much change in the pattern of planning road, highlighting campus orderly. N 0
中、小乔木 龙柏 沙地柏 大叶黄杨
花、灌木 黄杨 紫叶小檗 金叶女贞 月季
七叶树 龙爪槐 桃树 紫叶李 连翘 紫荆 西府海棠 石榴 榆叶梅 碧桃 黄刺玫 红瑞木 紫丁香 锦带花 珍珠梅 红叶小檗 紫薇 迎春 牡丹
地丁 马蔺 麦冬 三叶草 蒲公英 萱草 鸢尾 玉簪 凤尾兰
These landscape architectures have multi-functions. Students can put up some posters, and we also can plant in it. They let landscape more interesting. Perspective
The surrounding landscape of the University Hospital is complex but orderly, and I split large space to create the atmosphere of a small space. The dense vegetation provides a good outdoor activity space for the school hospital's patient. In the Current Situation, the university hospital surrounded by ancient cypress woods, I retained the woods, and the privacy understory space is a good place to rest and talk.
Information kiosk front quarters The information kiosk can provide material needs. Students can wait here, read newspapers, and chat.
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Supper block•supper farming ‘Vertical Farming’-The Planning of Beijing 798 Area -North China University of Technology, China -Prof. Fan Fu, Lecturer Xin Yang -Landscaping Planing and Design(3) -Duration: 7 weeks/spring '12 -Team Works ‘DAD-Dashanzi Art District's landscape elements is diversified. Tourism comes to Beijing to look at three places - the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, and DAD-Dashanzi Art District. "798" is very stylish and avant-garde. It is the coexistence of industry and art, and history and future in show of contemporary Chinese culture. To 798 is to look at the present China. When Columbia professor Dickson Despommier set out to solve America's food, water, and energy crises, he didn't just think big - he thought up. Despommier's stroke of genius, The Vertical Farm, has excited scientists, architects, and politicians around the globe.
Supper block•supper farming -got an A+ at Landscaping Planing and Design(3) >Program: ‘Vertical Farming’The Planning of Beijing 798 Area >Size:0.12km2 >Design Team:Team leader of 3 students >Duration: 7 weeks/spring'12/ North China University of Technology >Critique:Prof. Fan Fu, Lecturer Xin Yang >Location:DAD-Dashanzi Art District, Beijing, China
"OUR" cOURTYARd Design project1- the courtyard of Gould Hall, College of Architecuture, University fo Oklahoma -Courtyard-Analysis+design -Prof. Williams -LA Studio I (MLA) -Duration: 4 weeks/fall '13 The courtyard is a port of Gould Hall building, It is not a big area, and useless for now. The design concept is trying to let more and more people use the empty area and know more about the colllege of architecture, just have fun with it!
SUN CHART OF GOULD HALL
ISSUES a. Too simple to use. b. Just has function. c. Cannot feel the spatial(environmental) change. d. The existing design is not good for the main user—— young people. OBJECTIVES a. Design energetic landscape. b. Combine modern and classical. c. Make spatial variation. d. Let the university enjoy the courtyard.
"join us!" Design project2- the backyard of Jacobson House, Art Center -Jacobson house backyard design -Prof. Williams -LA Studio I (MLA) -Duration: 4 weeks/fall '13 SITE LOCATION: THE HISTORIC JACOBSON HOUSE is located on the northwest corner of the campus of The University of Oklahoma at 609 Chautauqua Avenue Norman, OK. U.S. The Jacobson House is at the corner of Chautauqua Ave. and W Boyd St. and it near the Library Bar & Grill and Catlett Music Center. SITE SIZE: The house is about 56.36â€™ length and 42.50â€™ width. 1 The landscape architect need retain the original landscape and architectural style that Jacobson kept. 2 The lowest elevation point is located in the backyard, which caused a lot of water collected between the Jacobson house and the big parking lot. 3 Because the limited space and the residential area around them, they cannot really enjoy the activities.
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OBJECTIVES Protect the overall tone of the Jacobson House; Change the elevation to make the drain system more reasonable; Organize the space and create aesthetic and functional landscape.
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L EGEN D around ' jacobson house ': Vehicle bicycle
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I N to ' jacobson house ': P edestrian bicycle near ' jacobson house ': P edestrian bicycle
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a. GOING THROUGH: EXHIBITION AR EA EDUCATION AR EA
b. GOING THR OUGH & R ESTING AR EA: EXHIBITION AR EA EDUCATION AR EA
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c. GOING THR OUGH: PLAYGR OUND AREA
office parking area
d. GOING THR OUGH & R ESTING AR EA: ACTIVITY AREA
e. GOING THROUGH: ACTIVITY AR EA
GOING THR OUGH: plants area
-TO BE continued-
Published on Mar 2, 2014