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HARDY HO PORTFOLIO OF SELECTED ARCHITECTURAL WORK


RECENT ACADEMIC RECORD

Spring Semester 2016 2016.1 - 2016.6

ARCH5002 Architecture and Urban Design Title: Deep Masses - An Immersive Social Complex | Thesis Advisor: Dylan Baker-Rice - Nominated reviewee for Public Review: Thesis Projects for Master of Architecture - Nominated thesis grouping speaker for Public Forum: Mid Semester Design Studio Symposium

Hardy Cheuk Yiu, Ho hohardy@hotmail.com +852 6338 4403 Personal website: http://hohardy.wixsite.com/works LinkedIn: https://hk.linkedin.com/in/hohardy Full portfolio of works: https://issuu.com/hohardy

ARCH5003 Professional practice II | Coordinator: Wong Wah Sang ARCH5111 Contemporary Urbansim | Coordinator: Ying Zhou ARCH5204 Principles and practices of Building Codes | Coordinator: Mona Yeung

Fall Semester 2015

GPA: 3.88; Cumulative GPA: 3.63| 2015.9 - 2015.12 EDUCATION

University of Hong Kong

Master of Architecture (Candidate)| Expected Distinction 2014.9 - present

University of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Arts (Architectural Studies) | Second Class Honours (First Division)

ARCH5001 Architecture and Urban Design Title: Projections of Chinese Creativity in the 21st Century | Tutor: Ole Bouman | Grade: A ARCH6127 Pre-thesis Seminar | Coordinator: David Erdman| Grade: AARCH6221 Topics in Modernism | Coordinator: Cole Roskam| Grade: B+ ARCH7520 Topics in Practice & Management | Coordinator: Kurt Evans| Grade: A

Spring Semester 2015

2010.9 - 2013.6

GPA: 3.75; Cumulative GPA: 3.51| 2015.1 - 2015.6

St. Joseph’s College, Hong Kong

ARCH4002 Architecture and Urban Design Title: What Ever Happened to the Countryside? | Tutor: Nasrine Seraji | Grade: A

2003.9 - 2010.6

ARCH4003 Professional Practice I | Coordinator: Wong Wah Sang | Grade: AARCH4012 Design and Tech of Susta Bldgs | Coordinator: S Lau, KP Cheung, Chad McKee| Grade: B+ ARCH5114 Architecture and Memory | Coordinator: Koon Wee| Grade: B

SKILLS/ SOFTWARE AutoCAD Rhinoceros, SketchUp, VRay, Maxwell Grasshopper, RhinoScript Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro) Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)

LANGUAGES ENGLISH [Proficient; IELTS 8.5 Overall Score] MANDARIN CHINESE [Proficient] CANTONESE CHINESE [Proficient]

Fall Semester 2014

GPA: 3.26; Cumulative GPA: 3.26| 2014.9 - 2014.12 ARCH4001 Architecture and Urban Design Title: Searching for the History of Future | Tutor: Dietmar Eberle, Jia Beisi | Grade: B+ ARCH4010 Design and Construction Communication | Coordinator: David Erdman | Grade: B+ ARCH4011 Architecture and its Discourse | Coordinator: Cole Roskam| Grade: B ARCH5305 Computer-aided architectural design | Coordinator: Jason Carlow| Grade: B+


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

RAD ( Research Architecture Design )

Central, Hong Kong | Year-Out Internship | 2013.8 - 2014.8 (1 year) Reference: office@rad.hk Urbanism\Architecture Bi-city Biennale Hong Kong| Exhibition Schematic Proposal, Design & Construction Honourable Mentions in Plovdiv Central Square Competition, Bulgaria Competition Proposal, Design & Construction| 2014.4 - 2014.6 10 Hereford Road, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong Project Design, Tender, Contract Documentation, Building Construction CR Westin, Chengdu, China | Feasibility Studies, Outline Schematic Proposals, Project Design Lian Huat Planning, Anhui, China | Feasibility Studies, Outline Schematic Proposals

LWK & Partners (HK) Limited

Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong | Summer Internship | 2015.6 - 2015.8 (2 months) Reference: lwk@lwkp.com Whitesands, 160 South Lantau Road, Lantau Island, Hong Kong Building Construction (Completion), Sitework Coordination 34 Mount Kellett Road, The Peak, Hong Kong Project Design (General Building Plans, Consultants Coordination) 35 Barker Road, The Peak, Hong Kong | Tender, Contract Documentation

LD Asia ( Llewelyn-Davies Hong Kong Ltd. )

Quarry Bay, Hong Kong | Summer Trainee | 2012.6 - 2012.7 (2 months) Reference: info@ld-asia.com Landscape Works at Tuen Mun Children & Juvenile Home (Minor Works) Outline Schematic Proposals, Project Design Lok Ma Chau Control Point Vehicle Inbound/Outbound Car Kiosks | Outline Schematic Proposals

LEADERSHIP/ ORGANIZATIONS

Architectural Students’ Association Session 2011-2012, A.S., H.K.U.S.U. External Secretary, Acting Academic Secretary | 2011.4 - 2012.4 Chief Organizer of Studio Lecture on Photography (Guests: Ms Ceci Liu, photography educator and Mr Stanley Ng, photographer) | 2011.10.11 Chief Organizer of Studio Lecture on Body Art (Guest: Dr Ho Siu Kee, Programme Director of Master of Visual Arts at Baptist University) | 2011.11.1 Chief Organizer of Studio Lecture on Sculpture (Guest: Mr Tai Sheung Shing Victor, architect and sculptor) | 2011.11.22 Chief Organizer of Hong Kong Institute of Architects Sharing | 2011.11.29 Organizer & Interviewer of RAD Firm Interview (Interviewee: Jeff Gagnon)| 2011.6.23 Coordinator in Bulk Discount Ticket Purchase of ‘Architecture is Art Festival 2011’ by Zuni Icosahedron| 2011.10 Executive Committe of Architectural Students’ Association Orientation 2011 | 2011.8-2011.9

St. Joseph’s College, Hong Kong

Interact Club, Editorial Board, Web Publishing Board | 2009.9 - 2010.6

AWARD(S)/PRIZE(S)/SCHOLARSHIP(S)/EXHIBITION(S)/PUBLICATION(S)/COMPETITION(S)

Selected thesis for public exhibition at The Repulse Bay Thesis Projects for Master of Architecture, The Repulse Bay, HKU | 2016.9 (to be announced)

Thesis for public exhibition at The Degree Show Thesis Projects for Master of Architecture, The Faculty of Architecture, HKU | 2016.6.18 - 2016.7.4

Interview by U-Vision, TV channel for HKU Degree Show Reception and Preview, The Faculty of Architecture, HKU | 2016.6.17

Nominated reviewee for Public Review

Thesis Projects for Master of Architecture, The Faculty of Architecture, HKU | 2016.6.11

Nominated thesis grouping presenter for Public Forum: Mid Semester Design Studio Symposium Spring 2016 Special Event, The Faculty of Architecture, HKU | 2016.3.21

Illusions of Rural Gravity: Eight Thoughts of Chinese Rural Development Exhibition

Exhibition, Shanghai Study Center, The Faculty of Architecture, HKU | 2015.10.08 - 2015.11.27

Nominated design studio presenter for Public Forum: Mid Semester Design Studio Symposium Fall 2015 Special Event, The Faculty of Architecture, HKU | 2015.10.23

Nominated design studio presenter for Public Forum: Mid Semester Design Studio Symposium Fall 2014 Special Event, The Faculty of Architecture, HKU | 2014.10.24

Make Room: Afterlives of Thesis / HKU ARchitecture Papers Vol.3 Team AP3 | 2015.6

Honourable Mention, Plovdiv Central Square Competition, Bulgaria RAD (Research Architecture Design) | 2014.4 - 2014.6

The Leftover City - Urbanism\Architecture Bi-city Biennale HK 2013 RAD (Research Architecture Design) | 2013.10 - 2013.12

‘Weather-Proof’ Exhibition, Detour 2011

Exhibition | Central Police Station, Hong Kong | 2011.11.25 - 2011.12.11

Asia Bike Trade Show 2011, Nanjing

Exhibition Coordination | Luma Bike, Hong Kong International Expo Centre, Nanjing, China | 2011.6 - 2011.7


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Tongzhou

2. Massing Voids allowable by regulations

SHAPE

Beijing

1. View Corridors as Framing Parameter

Bordeaux Stadium

2. Massing Voids allowable by regulations

2. Depth Framing Studies (Drawing by Hardy Ho)

5. Framing Depth in parallel to View Corridor

6. Framing Depth along View Corridor

5. Framing Depth in parallel to View Corridor

Disciplinary Background

Tianjin

Shipbuilding

RAMP

SHAPE

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Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

Cangzhou

Braga Stadium

Chemical

1. Francesco Borromini, Convento Dei Filippini

2. Herbert Bayer, Extended Field of Perspective Vision

1. Francesco Borromini, Convento Dei Filippini

2. Herbert Bayer, Extended Field of Perspective Vision

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Braga Stadium (2003)

Architect: Eduardo Souto de Moura

RDS Urban Arena

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(unbuilt)

Architect: Grafton Architects

3. Luigi Moretti, Corso Italia; 4. Luigi Moretti, Il Girasole

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6. FOA, Yokohama Port Terminal

7. Greg Lynn, Korean Presbyterian Church; 8. SHoP Architects, FIT New Academic Building

3D - Ambiguous Depth 3D - Ambiguous 3DDepth - Ambiguous Depth - Consistent Radii-Vault Consistent Radii Vault - Consistent Radii Vault

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Liaocheng

EXTRUSION

6. FOA, Yokohama Port Terminal

1D - Punched Depth 1D - Punched Depth 1D - Punched Depth

1D - Overhung Depth 1D - Overhung 1D Depth - Overhung Depth

(unbuilt)

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Jinan

2D - Focused Depth 2D - Focused Depth 2D - Focused Depth

2D - Perforated Depth 2D - Perforated2D Depth - Perforated Depth

3D - Shifted Depth3D - Shifted Depth 3D - Shifted Depth

(2011) (2015)

(70 AD) Architect: DCA

02

STACK SHAPE

(2015)

UTEC Campus Architect:

1D-2D - Obvious 3D - Depth Ambiguous Depth

1D-2D - Obvious 3D - Depth Ambiguous Depth

3D - Ambiguous Depth

3D - Ambiguous Depth

3D - Ambiguous Depth

3D - Type 2

3D - Type 1a

3D - Ambiguous Depth

3D - Ambiguous Depth

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RDS Urban Arena (unbuilt)

Architect: Grafton Architects

SHEAR

3D - Type 2

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

STADIUM: SECTIONAL GEOMETRY HABITABLE

171102

(Drawing by Hardy Ho)

04 03

3D - Guided Depth 3D - Guided Depth 3D - Guided Depth

3D - Ambiguous Depth 3D - Ambiguous 3DDepth - Ambiguous Depth - Various Morphologies - Various Morphologies - Various Morphologies

(Drawing by Hardy Ho)

3D - Guided Depth 3D - Guided Depth 3D - Guided Depth

3D - Ambiguous Depth 3D - Ambiguous 3DDepth - Ambiguous Depth - Various Morphologies - Various Morphologies - Various Morphologies

(Drawing by Hardy Ho)

(Drawing by Hardy Ho)

100 km

5. Tyler Hopf, superNODE

Winery Geographical Conditions

tional perspective

5. Tyler Hopf, superNODE

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1

Yangzhou

1. View Corridors as Framing Parameter Zhenjiang

Nanjing

5. Tyler Hopf, superNODE

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Schools & Cultural

Schools & Cultural

2. Massing Voids allowable by regulations

Schools & Cultural

Marl with calcerous beds

1. Enjoyment and sentiment in the mountains and streams Wuxi 2. Hunting and fishing in the forset along the stream at dawn and twilight Suzhou Shanghai 3. Traffic is inconvenient as the roads to the west were blocked and the connectivity to the south was sparse Gradient: 4. Utopia Jiaxing

02

Pearl flagstone Marl with limestone

02

SCALE

Sun

daylight hours

Wind

deposited soil

4. Program Massing Rearranged

Value Proposition Public Residential

500m

Premier Cru Commune wines Region

Private Residential Public Residential

02

Concrete Typology

Design Production

400m 8

Research: Tea & Wine

H

G

F

E

C

B

A

Private Residential

Rain

03

01

01

Private Residential

3D - Ambiguous3D Depth -3D Ambiguous Depth - Ambiguous Depth 3D - Ambiguous Depth - Various Morphologies - Various Morphologies - Various Morphologies - Various Morphologies

02

Grand Cru SONGYANG ć?žé™˝

Public Residential

Building Design

3D - Type 3 3D - Type 3 3D - Type 3

Ferruginous oolite

Less than 25°C

3. Program Massing Breakdown

Stage 2: Field Trip in Songyang 7/2 - 15/2

Climate

Oolite and broken limestone

Hangzhou

03

3D3D - Type 1b1b - Type 3D - Type 1b

FIELD Revitalization of old street

Minerals

02

4.18

persons/ household

Songyang Field Trip

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Huai’an

D

Array Composition Array ArrayComposition Composition

3D - Type 3

3D - Type 2 3D - Type 2 3D - Type 2

3D - Type 3

Changzhou

3D - Guided Depth 3D 3D - Guided Depth - Guided Depth 3D - Guided Depth

3D - Type 2

3D - Type 3

Topography

3D - Ambiguous3D Depth -3D Ambiguous Depth - Ambiguous Depth 3D - Ambiguous Depth - Inconsistent Consistent - Inconsistent RadiiConsistent Vault RadiiRadii VaultVault - Inconsistent Consistent - Inconsistent Consistent Radii Vault

3D - Contracted 3D Depth - Contracted Depth 3D - Contracted Depth 3D - Contracted Depth

Rock Tea 3D - Type 1b

3D - Type 3

(Drawing by Hardy Ho)

(%)

Test Case - Kai Tak Multi-purpose Sports Complex (MPSC) - Site Analysis Sundeck female 48

200m

3D 3D- Ambiguous - AmbiguousDepth Depth

3D3D - Type 1a1a - Type 3D - Type 1a

3D - Type 3

3D - Type 1b 3D - Type 1b

3D - Type 3

Depth Composition

male

Annual average Annual rainfall: temperature: >13°C >1000mm

Aggregate/Array Composition Aggregate/Array Composition Aggregate/Array Composition 3D - Ambiguous Depth

3D - Type 2

COHESIVE

GEOMETRY

3D - Type 3

3D - Type 1b

(Drawing by Hardy Ho)

3D - Type 2

3D - Ambiguous Depth 3D - Ambiguous 3DDepth - Ambiguous Depth - Inconsistent Consistent - Inconsistent Radii Vault Consistent Radii Vault - Inconsistent Consistent Radii Vault

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(Drawing by Hardy Ho)

3D - Type 2

3D - Type 1a

HABITABLE

3D - Contracted Depth 3D - Contracted3D Depth - Contracted Depth

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(unbuilt)

Architect: Grafton Architects

SHEAR

STADIUM: SECTIONAL GEOMETRY

population (%)

3D - Type 1a

3D - Ambiguous Depth 3D - Ambiguous 3DDepth - Ambiguous Depth - Various Morphologies - Various Morphologies - Various Morphologies

3D - Type 3

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SHAPE

RDS Urban Arena

3D - Type 2

3D - Type 1a

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

COHESIVE

GEOMETRY

3D - Type 3

3D - Type 1b 3D - Type 1b

2D - Layered Depth 2D - Layered Depth 2D - Layered Depth

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Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

(Drawing by Hardy Ho)

(unbuilt)

3D - Type 3

3D - Type 1b

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Architect: DCA

RAMP

Stamford Bridge

1000 households

3D - Contracted Depth 3D - Contracted3D Depth - Contracted Depth

3D - Guided Depth 3D - Guided Depth 3D - Guided Depth

2D - Focused Depth 2D - Focused Depth 2D - Focused Depth

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3D - Type 2

3D - Type 1a

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3D - Type 2

3D - Type 1a

Depth 1D - Extended Depth 1D - Extended Depth

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(2015)

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HABITABLE Bordeaux 1DStadium - Extended

GEOMETRY

(unbuilt)

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1D-2D - Obvious 3D - Depth Ambiguous Depth

06

(unbuilt)

Architect: Grafton Architects

SHEAR

3D - Type 2

3D - Type 1a

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1D-2D - Obvious Depth 1D-2D 1D-2D- Obvious - ObviousDepth Depth

RDS Urban Arena

1D - Punched Depth 1D - Punched Depth 1D - Punched Depth

STADIUM: SECTIONAL GEOMETRY

HOLE

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2D - Layered Depth 2D - Layered Depth 2D - Layered Depth

3D - Ambiguous Depth 3D - Ambiguous 3DDepth - Ambiguous Depth - Inconsistent Consistent - Inconsistent Radii Vault Consistent Radii Vault - Inconsistent Consistent Radii Vault

Architect:

(2003)

Architect: Eduardo Souto de Moura

Test Case - Kai Tak Multi-purpose Sports Complex (MPSC) - Site Analysispopulation

2D - Layered Depth 2D2D - Layered Depth - Layered Depth 2D - Layered Depth

3D - Ambiguous Depth 3D - Ambiguous 3DDepth - Ambiguous Depth - Consistent Radii-Vault Consistent Radii Vault - Consistent Radii Vault

Grafton Architects SHAPE STACK

Braga Stadium

(unbuilt)

1D - Extended Depth 1D1D - Extended Depth - Extended Depth 1D - Extended Depth

3D - Shifted Depth3D - Shifted Depth 3D - Shifted Depth

3D - Type 1b 3D - Type 1b

Herzog &(2011) de Meuron

(70 AD)

(unbuilt)

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

COHESIVE

Stamford Bridge

H’

3D - Type 1a

Bordeaux

(unbuilt)

Architect: DCA

Colosseum

Stamford Bridge

Concept Stadium

(Drawing by Hardy Ho)

Climate

2D - Perforated Depth 2D - Perforated2D Depth - Perforated Depth

3D - Type 1b

3D - Type 1a

1DStadium - Extended Depth 1D - Extended Depth 1D - Extended Depth

Concept Stadium

RAMP EXTRUSION

(2003)

2D - Focused Depth 2D2D - Focused Depth - Focused Depth 2D - Focused Depth

1D-2D - Obvious Depth

HOLE

HOLE

1D - Punched Depth 1D1D - Punched Depth - Punched Depth 1D - Punched Depth

2D - Focused Depth 2D - Focused Depth 2D - Focused Depth

1D - Overhung Depth 1D - Overhung 1D Depth - Overhung Depth

3D - Type 1a

(2003)

Architect: Eduardo Souto de Moura

Architect: Eduardo Souto de Moura

I’

1D-2D - Obvious Depth

1D-2D - Obvious Depth

1D - Punched Depth 1D - Punched Depth 1D - Punched Depth

Braga Stadium

Braga Stadium

Farm Geographical Conditions

3D - Ambiguous Depth 3D - Ambiguous 3DDepth - Ambiguous Depth - Inconsistent Consistent - Inconsistent Radii Vault Consistent Radii Vault - Inconsistent Consistent Radii Vault

3D - Contracted Depth 3D - Contracted3D Depth - Contracted Depth

2D - Layered Depth 2D - Layered Depth 2D - Layered Depth

Architect: Architect: Grafton Herzog & deArchitects Meuron

EXTRUSION RAMP

FALL 2014

JIESHOU 䝋錖

3D - Ambiguous Depth 3D - Ambiguous 3DDepth - Ambiguous Depth - Consistent Radii-Vault Consistent Radii Vault - Consistent Radii Vault

Bordeaux

UTEC Campus Stadium 1D - Extended Depth 1D - Extended Depth 1D - Extended Depth

Concept Stadium (unbuilt) Colosseum

Architect: Grafton Architects

01

Massing & Program Studies

7. Greg Lynn, Korean Presbyterian Church; 8. SHoP Architects, FIT New Academic Building

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STACK

Design Method & Organization

RDS Urban Arena

Masterplanning

(unbuilt)

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

URBAN ECOLOGIES : PEOPLE OF THE WATER

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3D - Shifted Depth3D - Shifted Depth 3D - Shifted Depth

(2011)

3D - Ambiguous Depth

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

RIVER Transformation of old post

Architect: Grafton Architects

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Tier III-IV cities

7. Greg Lynn, Korean Presbyterian Church; 8. SHoP Architects, FIT New Academic Building

01

Typology Research

500m

02

(unbuilt)

2D - Perforated Depth 2D - Perforated2D Depth - Perforated Depth

UTEC Campus

(70 AD)

SHEAR

Stamford Bridge

1D - Overhung Depth 1D - Overhung 1D Depth - Overhung Depth

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Colosseum

1D-2D - Obvious Depth

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

2. Herbert Bayer, Extended Field of Perspective Vision

1. Francesco Borromini, Convento Dei Filippini

(https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4c/ Borromini_Drawing_01.jpg)

(unbuilt)

Architect: Grafton Architects

COHESIVE

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Design Method & Organization

RDS Urban Arena

(unbuilt)

3. Luigi Moretti, Corso Italia; 4. Luigi Moretti, Il Girasole

6. FOA, Yokohama Port Terminal

Linqing

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(2003)

Architect: Eduardo Souto de Moura

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Braga Stadium

Stamford Bridge

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(2015)

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Textile

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Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

Bordeaux Stadium

Research; Mapping Database; Feedback Loop System

3. Abedian School of Architec- 4. Grafton Architects, University UTEC Lima Electronic Agricultural (http://payload103.cargocollective.com/1/4/159426/4366323/C_UTEC_Lima_Night_Detail.jpg) ture, Peter Cook & CRAB Studio

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1. Site, Kai Tak Multi-purpose Sports Complex Disciplinary Background

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(unbuilt)

6. Framing Depth along View Corridor

6. Framing Depth along View Corridor

Mapping of Industries by Cities

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4. Program Massing Rearranged

(Drawing by Hardy Ho)

5. Framing Depth in parallel to View Corridor

5. Framing Depth in parallel to View Corridor

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Concept Arena

2. Depth Framing Studies

3. Program Massing Breakdown

2. Massing Voids allowable by regulations

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(unbuilt)

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4. Program Massing Rearranged 6. Framing Depth along View Corridor

5. Framing Depth in parallel to View Corridor

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100 km

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Concept Arena

Bordeaux Stadium

Architect: DCA

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

(unbuilt)

(2015)

RAMP

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Concept Arena (unbuilt)

Bordeaux Stadium (2015)

Architect: DCA

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

RAMP

SHAPE

Concept Arena

Bordeaux Stadium

Architect: DCA

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

RAMP

SHAPE

(unbuilt)

(2015)

Braga Stadium (2003)

Architect: Eduardo Souto de Moura

HOLE

Braga Stadium (2003)

Architect: Eduardo Souto de Moura

HOLE RDS Urban Arena

Braga Stadium

(unbuilt)

(2003)

Architect: Grafton Architects

Architect: Eduardo Souto de Moura

SHEAR

HOLE

RDS Urban Arena

Stamford Bridge

(unbuilt)

(unbuilt)

Architect: Grafton Architects

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

SHEAR

COHESIVE

DEEP MASSES: IMMERSIVE SOCIAL COMPLEX MArch II Spring 2016 Thesis Studio | Kai Tak, Hong Kong

RDS Urban Arena

Stamford Bridge

(unbuilt)

(unbuilt)

This thesis explores new ideas of a typology that can cumulate atmospheric affects of ambiguFinal Panel & Models SHEAR COHESIVE ous depths. The thesis aims to undertake a detailed examination of a sports complex typology as one part, hybridized with other smaller modules of the same typology as the other. The variegated THIS THESIS EXPLORES IEDAS wholes. OF TYPOLOGY THAT PRODUCE AFFECTS OF DEPTH Y EXAMINING HOW TYPOLOmixtures are combined to form newNEW complex These accreted masses mediate the. B loose fits COHESIVE GY AS Athe PART (AND ITS and VARIEGATED MIXTURES ) CAN BE COMBINED TO FORM NEW COMPLEX WHOLES THAT MEDIATE among the envelope, structure the interior, while defying the distinctions between surface THE and LOOSE FIT BETWEEN ENVELOPE, STRUCTURE AND INTERIOR . Tapparentness HE THESIS WILL and BE TESTED THROUGH ARRAY/AGand depth; solidity plasticity; ephemerality and monumentality; or obscurity. T HIS THESIS EXPLORES IEDAS OF TYPOLOGY THAT PRODUCE AFFECTS OF DEPTHMODULES . BY EXAMINING HOW TYPOLO.GREGATE COMPOSITION USING A SPORTS COMPLEX TYPOLOGY MIXING configuration. SMALLER OF THAT TYPOLOGY The thesis will be tested through an NEW array of aggregate composition inAND massing GY AS A PART (AND ITS VARIEGATED MIXTURES) CAN BE COMBINED TO FORM NEW COMPLEX WHOLES THAT MEDIATE THE LOOSE FIT BETWEEN ENVELOPE, STRUCTURE AND INTERIOR. THE THESIS WILL BE TESTED THROUGH ARRAY/AGArray Array Composition Array Categories of Depth Array Composition THIS THESIS EXPLORES NEW IEDAS OF TYPOLOGY THAT PRODUCE AFFECTS DEPTH . Composition BYComposition EXAMINING HOW TYPOLO.GREGATE COMPOSITION USING A SPORTS COMPLEX TYPOLOGY AND MIXING OF SMALLER MODULES OF THAT TYPOLOGY - Overhung Depth - Perforated Depth - Shifted Depth 1D - Overhung Depth 1D1D - Overhung Depth 2D - Perforated Depth 2D2D - Perforated Depth 3D - Shifted Depth 3D 3D - Shifted Depth 1D - Overhung Depth GY AS A PART (AND ITS VARIEGATED 2D - Perforated Depth 3D TO - Shifted Depth NEW COMPLEX WHOLES THAT MEDIATE MIXTURES) CAN BE COMBINED FORM THE LOOSE FIT BETWEEN ENVELOPE, STRUCTURE AND INTERIOR. THE THESIS WILL BE TESTED THROUGH ARRAY/AG3D Test Case - Kai Tak Multi-purpose Sports Complex (MPSC) - Site Analy GREGATE COMPOSITION USING A SPORTS COMPLEX TYPOLOGY AND MIXING SMALLER MODULES OF THAT TYPOLOGY- .Co Architect: Grafton Architects

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

Stamford Bridge (unbuilt)

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

- Nominated reviewee for Public Review: Thesis Projects for Master of Architecture - Interviewed by U-Vision, TV channel for the University of Hong Kong - Nominated thesis presenter for Public Forum: Mid-Semester Design Studio Symposium - Selected project for Degree Show exhibition at the University of Hong Kong - Selected project for public exhibition at The Repulse Bay, Hong Kong

Test Case - Kai Tak Multi-purpose Sports Complex (MPSC) - Site Analy 1D - Punched Depth 1D1D - Punched Depth - Punched Depth 1D - Punched Depth

Test Case - Kai Tak Multi-purpose Sports Complex (MPSC) - Site Analy 2D - Focused Depth 2D2D - Focused Depth - Focused Depth 2D - Focused Depth

Array Composition Array ArrayComposition Composition

Link to Thesis Report: https://issuu.com/hohardy/docs/deep_masses_final_thesis_report/1

1D-2D - Obvious Depth 1D-2D 1D-2D- Obvious - ObviousDepth Depth

Advisor: Dylan Baker-Rice

1D - Extended Depth 1D1D - Extended Depth - Extended Depth 1D - Extended Depth

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Masterplan

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DEEP MASSES: AN IMMERSIVE SOCIAL COMPLEX CONCEPT The thesis explores new ideas of a typology that can cumulate atmospheric affects of ambiguous depths. The thesis aims to undertake a detailed examination of a sports complex typology as one part, hybridized with other smaller modules of the same typology as the other. The variegated mixtures are combined to form new complex wholes. These accreted masses mediate the loose fits among the envelope, the structure and the interior, while defying the distinctions between surface and depth; solidity and plasticity; ephemerality and monumentality; or apparentness and obscurity. The thesis is tested through an array of aggregate composition in a massing configuration.

STRUCTURE 1. Depth of the Section 1.1 Test Case: Stadium as a Sectional Object 1.2 Disciplinary Background - â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Loose fitsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; between Envelope and Massing 1.3 Categories of Depth 1.4 Alternative Vault Compositions 1.5 Geometrical Profiling & Subtracting Operations 1.6 Conceptual Deep Prototypes 2. Test Case & Masterplanning 2.1 Kai Tak Multi-Purpose Sports Complex 2.2 Program Breakdown, Massing Composition & Framing Studies 2.3 Design Masterplan as a dissolved field of depth 2.4 Program & Circulation

200m

3. Building Design 3.1 Long Sections & Blowups 3.2 Long Sections - Succession of Depths in different scales & types 3.3 Long Section Blowup Moments 3.4 Plan Overview - Outdoor Stadium & Indoor Arena

200m

4. Detail Prototype Design 4.1 Detail Prototype 1st Development - Axons; Sections 4.2 Detail Prototype 2nd Development - Axons; Sections 4.3 Detail Prototype Final Development - Axons; Sections 4.4 Detail Prototype Final Development - Corner Moments Pairs

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Type I Scaling x2+ Shifting x2

Type II Scaling x2 + Shifting x2

Type II Scaling x2 + Shifting x2

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Type III Scaling x1 + Extrusion x1

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1/4 - SCALED

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Type V Scaling x1 + Shifting x2

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Conceptual Deep Prototypes

Type 1: Scalar Progression

Type 2: Disjunctive Asymmetry

Type 3: Warped Fenestrations

1/2 - SCALED

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1 to 100 Deep Prototype models


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Promenade & Deck

Stadium Concourse

Stadium Spectator Stand

Track & Field


1 to 200 Long Sectional model

Indoor Arena

Market & Terraces

Concourse & Deck

Catering Services


Final Detail Prototype

Parallel Projection at Front & Top

Parallel Projection at Front & Bottom

Final Detail Prototype Corner Moment wormâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s eye axonometric drawings

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Parallel Projection at Front


First Detail Prototype

Second Detail Prototype

1 to 50 Final Detail Prototype model


Maker Faire 2020 at Dezhou

PROJECTIONS OF CHINESE CREATIVITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY MArch II Fall 2015 Design Studio | Grand Canal, China Advisor: Ole Bouman Studio Design Partners: Ben Tam, Hannah Tong Link to Creative Vessel Pitchbook: https://issuu.com/hohardy/docs/creative_vessel_pitchbook__single_/1 - Nominated studio presenter for Public Forum: Mid-Semester Design Studio Symposium

Projections along the Grand Canal


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The apices in massing incorporates the living spaces of the populations on board with the mentor-makers and the apprenticemakers on the Maker Vessel, as well as the single Pickers group on the Picker Vessel as the main programmatic drive for the design.

Tongzhou

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Electronic

Textile

Food Manufacture

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Exploratorium Auction House

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Vessel Room Typologies

Promotion via Mobile App BEIJING-HANGZHOU CRETAIVE VESSEL CONCEPT Phase 1: Reserach, mapping and interpreting A forensic exercise in finding evidence for a creative China. Deliverables: a comprehensive (meta) fatabase, built up by the entire team. The research of my interest is ‘Cretaivity throug Commercialization’, which consists of more than 30 case studies analyzed with an iterative feedback loop system. Phase 2: Operational shift - knowledge to proposition An exploration of integrated design tools and skills, to further substantiate this evidence, at a Strategist’s view. Deliverables: Meta-design of an imaginary office with the required skills as represented in a portfolio.

Promotion via Website

Phase 3: Output A radical extrapolation, projecting a 5D environment (events/graphics/space/time based content/digital media) on a large scale, including a mega exhibition, event program, environmental designs, publicity strategies, and webtools. Deliverables: a set of designs by sub-groups.

VALUE PROPOSITION China is experiencing a quick economic growth which results in market saturation without catching up the pace of market maturation. The key to the problem is to establish and standardize the growth of an innovative market. An upgrade of China’s business model from manufacturing to creation, leading to an innovation-oriented China of prosperity through leveraging the country’s emerging Maker Community. Three exemplary companies of the creative industry, collaborated to propose Creative Vessels along the Grand Canal, namely, Seeed Studio, BYD and MAD. The Grand Canal played important historical and cultural roles in the past, and continued to breed new businesses with the Creative Vessel, by linking talents, not limited to fresh graduates from the Northern and Eastern China.

Get Everyone Cruising

The Creative Vessel Pitchbook is made under the following structure: (1) Domestic Market Urgency; (2) Birth of Creative Vessel; (3) Offers from Cretaive Vessel; (4) Scenarios on Cretaive Vessel; (5) Marketing Creative Vessel.


WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO THE COUNTRY SIDE

SPRING 2015

RESEARCH . DESIGN

Tea Industry As A Rural Lever

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MArch I Spring 2015 Design Studio | Songyang, Zhejiang, China Advisor: Nasrine Seraji, Weijen Wang Studio Design Partner: Lin Lap, Anthony Link to Songyang Tea Biennale Booklet: https://issuu.com/hohardy/docs/tea_biennale/1

ẙ䈘䙫䍲⎦敦 Dear Mayor Mr. Wang Jun, ㅉㅉ⟠Ⅲ匝ḁ彖⮅⊂Ə 溿溿俼俿Ṉ㜸䫅Ṱ⊂˛

- Nominated studio presenter for Public Forum: Mid-Semester Design Studio Symposium - Selected for “Illusions of Rural Gravity: Eight Thoughts of Chinese Rural Development” Exhibition

Through upgrading the software of tea industry, tea goes beyond a leaf, it becomes the lever lifting up the whole Song’yang County. Sincerely, Anthony & Hardy Spring 2015 亲爱的王县长:

Songyang Tea Biennale


From Rural Norm to Biennale

1st CHINA SONG’YANG TEA BIENNALE

Six Sites of Rural Songyang

HO CHEUK YIU, HARDY 2010128769 1st CHINA SONG’YANG TEA BIENNALE

THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE MARCH 1 ARCH4002

STUDIO TUTOR: MS. NASRINE SERAJI /MR. WEIJEN WANG

HO CHEUK YIU, HARDY 2010128769 SEMESTER 2, SPRING 2015 1st CHINA SONG’YANG TEA BIENNALE

THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE MARCH 1 ARCH4002

STUDIO TUTOR: MS. NASRINE SERAJI /MR. WEIJEN WANG

HO CHEUK YIU, HARDY 2010128769 SEMESTER 2, SPRING 2015

HE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG EPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE MARCH 1 ARCH4002

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Biennale Visitor’s Weekly Booklet

TEA Biennale 中國松陽茶雙年展

Poster Design

English

One can smell tea everywhere in Songyang. 1/3 of the population and 1/3 of the agricultural productivity in Songyang are supported by tea. It also has the largest green tea wholesale market in China, if not the world.

CHINA SONG’YANG TEA BIENNALE

Because of the engagement of Songyang population1 with the tea industry, we consider tea as the only “lever” for Songyang.

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Everyone knows Burgundy because of its wine rather than the forgone power that once extended beyond the Netherlands2. As such, it hints that the tea industry can also cast a significant impact to the territory.

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The Tea Biennale is proposed as a holistic approach to provide an occasion attracting people to learn about Songyang through the rich cultural landscape of tea3. A healthy cycle would be driven by the feedback through active participation.

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ON THE ROAD OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT, YOU ARE NOT ALONE.

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Urban economy is driven by something ethereal, i.e. capitalism. Rural culture is produced from the land, e.g. culture- agriculture, social structure, etc. The biennale is no longer an envelope of traditional ideas in a contemporary manner, instead, an incubator4 for the rural context .

在松陽,人們何時何地都可以嗅到茶的氣味。 松陽1/3的人口和農業生產力皆來自茶業。它也有世界 最大的綠茶葉批發市場。因為松陽人口在茶產業的參 與,我們認為茶能夠成為松陽的“槓桿”。 WHAT EVER HAPPENED 我們建議透過舉辦茶雙年展以提供一個全面的機會, 吸引人們通過茶的豐富的人文景觀了解松陽。一個健 康的循環將透過人們積極的參與和反饋來驅動。

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城市經濟是由縹緲的東西-金錢推動,即資本主義; 農 村文化則是從土地,如生產文化-農業,社會結構等組 成。雙年展不單是以當代方式包裝傳統觀念,相反, 它是以農村環境作為孵化器。

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1.) During the harvesting seasons (Feb to Apr), there are over 160,000 tea pickers from different provinces moving to Songyang when the total population of Songyang is only 230,000. 2.) The research was structured according to different scales from XS to XL. XS-Tea leaves; S-Organizations of tea business; M- Geographical conditions of tea growing; L- China’s tea trading; XL- Global tea industry 3.)Preparation works before the biennale (2015-2020) include upgrading the quality standard of tea, more inputs to R&D sector, development of B&B hostels and construction of auxiliary amenities. 4.) Incubator (noun in•cu•ba•tor \ˈiŋ-kyə-ˌbā-tər, ˈin-\) i. Medical: a piece of equipment in which very weak or sick babies are placed for special care and protection after their birth. ii. Business: an organization or place that helps in the development of new businesses.

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Phase 1 Level 2: Hong Kong Structure Research & Design

SEARCHING FOR THE HISTORY OF FUTURE MArch I Fall 2014 Design Studio | Eixample District, Barcelona, Spain Advisor: Dietmar Eberle, Beisi Jia - Nominated studio presenter for Public Forum: Mid-Semester Design Studio Symposium


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Eixample Block Internal Courtyard

Long Elevation from the Street

Reinvention of Lightwells & Parlour


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Reinvented Facade & Balcony Space

CONCEPT

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The studio is built on five basic issues of architecture: place, structure, shell, programme and materiality. They are examined individually in Phase I and together in Phase II - the final exercise unites all the thematic areas into a genuine project.

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The sequences of the exercises reflects in turn the hierarchical weighting of the themes, which derives from the differences in their useful lives and at the same time reveals an approach to architectural questions that is separate from the programme. It should be understood as a critique of modernismâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s focus on the programme, juxtaposing it with an understanding of architecture which emphasizes a buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s useful life and status. This re-evaluation of the focus on programme in favor of useful life is the consequence of questions of sustainability and resource management which are always latent these days. Observing and grappling with a single theme and in combination as a successive bringing together of themes leads step by astep to the ability to relate tasks and solve them at the same time. The traditional linear sequence of analysis and design are abandoned in fovor of working in parallel. Thinking on several levels - and hence across many scales - is a central requirement of each exercise.

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TYPOLOGY RESEARCH Level 1: Massing Investigation of Philadelphia Athenaeum Level 2: Structural Design in Kennedy Town, Hong Kong Level 3: Facade Design in Eixample District, Barcelona Level 4: Arts Center program proposal in Kennedy Town A series of exercises is done to investigate different levels of 3 sites in the world reflected in the design proposal.

DESIGN PRODUCTION The Eixample city block in Barcelona is rethought in terms of circulation, lightwell, balcony space & urban fabric. Street below

The design aims at improving the provision for natural sunlight and ventilation in the reinvented facade; facilitating communal interaction in the semi-public corridor; and providing public flaneur in the neighborhood.


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CHONGQING EXPRESS BAAS III Spring 2013 Design Studio | Chongqing, China Advisor: Olivier Ottevaere


Section from Hill to Riverside


Form & Structural Development

Exploded Axonometric Diagram

PRIVATE PROGRAM: PARTITION & FACADE

PUBLIC CIRCULATION: STAIRS & LIFT

PRIVATE CIRCULATION: STAIRS ATTACHED TO STRUCTURE

Duplex Unit Type

PRIVATE CIRCULATION: STAIRS

PRIVATE PROGRAM: KITCHEN & TOILET SERVICES

Unit Assembly & Ground

PRIVATE PROGRAM: HOUSING TOWER

PUBLIC PROGRAM: LEISURE FACILITIES SHEAR WALL SYSTEM

PUBLIC PROGRAM: HOTPOT RESTAURANT

PUBLIC PROGRAM: STAIRS & PLATFORMS

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HAPTI (CITY) THROUGH THEATRICALIZATION OF VIEWS CONCEPT Chongqing presents a unique link between the mountains and the river by natural and artificial landscapes. Be it traditional hiking trails or modern highways for cars and metro, the modern Chongqing is visually dynamic and fragmented.

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By providing the occupants specific and unique views between two distinct natural features, the mountain and the sea, a thin unit space is designed to interweave along the steep site along the river. Programmatically, the haptic formal curvature and concrete textures of the project dynamically strike conversations between opposing views, far and near, dwelled by migratory workers from different communities.

FORM The design aims to define a relationship between the planar and volumetric layout of structure and form within a scenic and sloped context. Structure is inspired by last semester, with curved or corrugated layout to provide extra strength for increased height, while the units are affected by the orientation and dimensions of the structure.

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A branched network that connects the different neighborhood, while the structure is anchored in the earth-retaining mass between. Features like stairs and platforms are provided for public leisure and connection of views. The divided ground also favors tall and slim volumes to avoid blockage of light and air to other towers.

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The infrastructure is huge and high to allow sunlight to flood in and diffuse by the concrete walls and slabs, as well as cross ventilation for the wet and humid atmosphere. The form reflects the slope and height of mountains with interweaving paths, the curved floor slabs allow the gentle transition of area without affecting the light quality of another volume.


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HOUSE ME TENDER BAAS III Fall 2012 Design Studio | Imaginary Slope Advisor: Olivier Ottevaere Studio Design Partner: Cheung Yin Ngai, Anselm


Design Development


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TILT-UP PROTOTYPE CONCEPT The studio mostly focus on concrete as a (casting) material and investigate how various existing formwork procedures in the construction industry can be further experimented with and reformulate ideas for foundations, structure and spatial organization of a specific program. A strategy for grounding will then be articulated as a first groundwork from which the emerging formworks system will perform. Direct intervention on its mass through physical operations such as excavation, foundation, earth retention and others. The main pursue of the design process is to challenge the banal yet efficient building skeleton by prioritizing the emergence of new spatial possibilities and inventive structural performances, both as a working result of the casting procedure of the formwork system.

PROTOTYPE DESIGN Earth-cast curved concrete slabs are tilted up to serve as shear walls for the 9-storey structure, which makes use of the slope context as a formwork construction site. An analog model is set up to deal with the correct location and orientation of tilt-up slabs by identifying the Center of Gravity through natural form-finding and determination of optimal spots of slab casting and placement. Strategic tilt-up and breaking of wavelengths from a modified site with optimal structural feasibility is implemented through optimal number of waves and precise location of tilted up slabs. Slabs are better be shorter and include least number of waves towards the top of slope. Corrugation occurs increasingly towards bottom of the slope, referencing to Eladio Diesteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s out-of-phase tectonics.

PROTOTYPE ASSEMBLY Fabric prototyping is chosen where frames and surface treatment of the formwork is experimented. Carbon fiber is added to the concrete mixture to provide strong and subtle strength to prevent cracking and distortion.


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The Endless Street: Shanghai Market-Library Complex

SHANGHAI MARKET-LIBRARY BRIEF The objective of the studio is to learn about the importance of the urban context: to understand why some areas of the city look completely different from other areas; to examine the forces that produce these differences; to develop techniques for analysing and drawing the city; and to develop urban propositions that are critical and engage in a dialogue with an urban context. This dialogue will be demonstrated through drawings of an urban scale that engage with issues such as: infrastructure and movement; public and private spaces; preservation and erasure; culture and identity; natural topography and built form. The work is framed through thinking of the city as a dynamic entity that is in constant flux and formed through the complex interaction of political, economic, social and cultural forces. The intention is to understand why these cities look the way they do and explore design possibilities that offer solutions to specific contextual issues.

PHOTOGRAPHY MARKET STUDY The photography market is analyzed and criticized by rethinking the circulation/program distribution. New organizational typologies can be derived from the small scale with a heuristic consciousness dervied from the object for sale, i.e. Focusing Power of camera lens.

THE ENDLESS STREET PARADISE FOR HOMO LUDENS The Endless Street provides an enclosure for urban neighbourhood interaction. Through the loop circulation without a dead end, the users can experience a continuous flow and ambience. The urban strategy deals with a search for a loop with a whole circulation through all programs. Between different programs are transitional spaces with vegetation and open areas for recreation, leisure or reading. The photography hub can be enhanced by increased views within the loop as well as interesting views towards voids in the neighbourhood. The structure provides cantilever for the spaces inside as well as a medium for growing vegetation which facilitates the air ventilation and nice scent.


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CENTRAL CITY / PERIPHERAL CITY ARCHITECTURAL URBANISM BAAS II Fall 2011 Design Studio | Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong Advisor: Christiane Lange


Kwun Tong Agglomerated Habitat Final Model


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Street Fabric & Building Block Circulation Diagram

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FORMATION OF GRID ACCORDING TO STREET FABRIC

Typology Circulation Matrix

PROBLEM: UNCONTROLLED SPRAWL

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HORIZONTAL AGGLOMERATION TYPOLOGIES

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KWUN TONG URBAN RENEWAL CONCEPT Hong Kong’s Urban Renewal Authority is undertaking the complete re-development of Kwun Tong Town Centre. The project involves relocating 1600 households with an estimated population of around 5000 people and displacing about 500 shops and hawker stalls. The existing buildings, built in the 1960’s have been designated for demolition due to their dilapidated condition. The planning for the area has been in progress since 1968 and a schematic master-plan was produced for public consultation in 2007. The aim of the design studio is to look at alternative strategies for the town centre project. First question is what constitutes an urban centre and the role and function a district town centre such as Kwun Tong may provide for the local and wider community. Issues include a consideration of: political development pressures, the centre vs the periphery, old vs new, infrastructural nodes, publicity & privacy; temporality.

SPATIAL CITY ANALYSIS Yona Friedman’s Spatial City is analyzed to reveal the potential to evolve and adapt to different urban forces over a period of time. This inspired the urban model as a gameboard to test strategies over time with the intention to create an action plan of phased development.

KWUN TONG AGGLOMERATED HABITAT The Agglomerated Habitat, with its new design typologies, and large open frames on the ground and on upper levels, can sustain by a rapid transformation of programs and installation of urban instruments. The ‘islands’ are determined by the current circulation hierarchy, which will obviously change its configuration of solid and void within it over time. New residential towers can find space in voids to grow; new exhibitions in the Cultural District can manipulate the open terraces easily; the two bazaars can orient to agglomerastion nodes and adapt to the changing environment and human flow conveniently; the green spaces remain unaffected and continue to find voids between buildings to create new courtyards.


Villa Shodhan Sectional Study Model

HOUSE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN BAAS I Spring 2011 Design Studio | Imaginary Site Advisor: Chad McKee


‘Learning from Villa Shodhan’ Design


Elevational Collage

Sectional Collage


Void-frame Moments

RETHINKING BRISE-SOLEIL CONCEPT The House is the most fundamental of architectural programs. It is at the core of what it means to dwell. Through the analysis of a modernist house designed between 1910 and 1960, the relationship between program, structure, space and context will be explored. Issue of scale and emphasis on the relationship between architectural ideas existing at different scales, from the body, to architecture, ato the city are investigated.

VILLA SHODHAN ANALYSIS Brise Soleil, as well as the sectional openings in Villa Shodhan, act as apertures for light as well as frames for daily activities. The gradual expansion and contraction of sectional openings reveal an invigorating lifestyle and programs. Interlocking spaces of main programs slowly reveals according to the imaginary daily schedule of client, starting from reception to the roof terrace. The sectional study model is made according to the explosion of layers with section cuts at column rows and midway between them. The revealation of sectional spaces follow the circulation in the previous stages, in turn showing the changing layers of transparence in Rowe/Slutzkyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s writings.

LEARNING FROM VILLA SHODHAN Study model 1: The model is organized by layers of program in relation to the circulation and light penetration. Interlocking of volumes connecting from facade to rear, and from ground to the sky. Study model 2: Stitching of two designed facades according to height, program hierarchy, and light penetration. All of these are considered with the sculptural and structural exprerssion. Study Model 3: Improving the circulation path by adding walls and slabs and achieve an interesting experience of interior and exterior. Final Model: Walls and slabs are modified based on model 3 to give an overall expression responding to different issues investigated from the building analysis.


‘Body Mapping’ Photographic Documentation & Mapping

BODY MAP AND WEATHER PROOF BAAS I Fall 2010 Design Studio Advisor: John Lin


‘Mapping Prototype’ Final Drawing (partial)


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Final Prototype Interior Moments


Prototype Side 1

Prototype Side 2

FROM BODY TO CLOTHING CONCEPT Through the inhabitation of the body, architecture is made relevant. Therefore we use our own bodies to engage ideas about architecture at a number of scales. The studio considers objects which negotiate between the body and the environment. A surface which clothes the body and functions as an interface to climate and weather is designed and constructed. The notion of shelter is perhaps the originating idea of architecture. Forces of climate and weather is what give rise to architecture in terms of being the shelter or the originating idea of architecture.

BODY MAPPING The photographic works of Muybridge and Marey illustrate space through a sequence of two-dimensional images. How does one represent space, which is inherently three-dimensional in two-dimensional form? Elastic bands are strapped around our bodies to resemble deformation due to antagonistic force pairs. Gridded sketches resemble the connections and planes generated between two bodies. Our skin is a dynamic landscape that is completely threedimensional. it has no defined limit as the surface wraps and revolves around our bodies. The connections create planes that evolve to create a continuous solid.

MAPPING PROTOTYPE Clothing, like architetcure, is a way to mediate external conditions and forces from the outside. Clothing has structure, shape and openings; tailored to fit a three-dimensional body allowing for movement of a body. Layering, folding, pleating, wrapping and padding all create spaces between the body and clothes. Space, void, openings, twisting of form contribute to a clothing object which reflects numerous possibilities.


SELECTED PROFESSIONAL WORKS

RAD: Honourable Mentions in Plovdiv Central Square Competition, Bulgaria | | 2014.4 - 2014.6


RAD: CR Westin, Chengdu, China | 2013.8 - 2014.8

RAD: Urbanism\Architecture Bi-city Biennale Hong Kong 2013 | 2013.12

LWK: Whitesands, Lantau Island, HK | 2015.6 - 2015.8

Graduate Portfolio 2010-2016  

Hardy Ho MArch & BArch Portfolio of Selected Works

Graduate Portfolio 2010-2016  

Hardy Ho MArch & BArch Portfolio of Selected Works

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