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Hongyi Jin Architectural Portfolio Selected Works 2010-2015


Table of Contents

[ Academic Works]

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Work I: Architecture: “Multi-city“ The New Bureau for Inter-Disciplinary Art Studio project/ Fall 2011/ Instructor: Neyran Turan

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Work II: Architecture: “Carved Box“ The Valles Caldera Visitor Center Studio poject/ Spring 2012/ Instructor: Douglas Oliver

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Work III: Architecture: “Conditional Aggregation“ The ESO Headquarter Studio project/ Spring 2013/ Instructor: Troy Schuam

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Work IV: Masterplan: “Eco-city“ The Buffalo Bayou Regeneration Planning Studio project/ Fall 2012/ Instructor: Christopher Hight

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Work V: Materplan: “Urban Network“ Houston Fifth Ward Materplan Studio project/ Fall 2013/ Instructor: Albert Pope

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Work VI: Architecture: “Bamboo House“ Post-Disaster Emergency Housing Studio project/ Fall 2014/ Instructor: Doug Oliver

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Work VII: Architecture: “Blind House” Studio project/ Spring 2011/ Instructor: Grant Alford

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[ Professional Works and Others] Work I: Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park Phase II Weiss/Manfredi Architects/ Urban/ 2015/ Queens, NY

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Work II: Rose Rock International Finance Center Bjarke Ingels Group/ Mixed-use/ 2012/ Tianjin, China

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Work III: Model Sample Works Bjarke Ingels Group/ Sou Fujimoto Architects/ Weiss/Manfredi Architects

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Work IV: Book Production Weiss/Manfredi Architects/ Award Submission/ 2015

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About myself..

“My name is Hongyi Jin. Born in Suzhou, China, I came to the U.S for college to pursue the study of architecture. My passion lies in the inter-disciplinary nature of architectural practice. I’m interested in pushing the boundary of architectural design to engage in social issues, technology evolution and cultural climate. I see architecture closely related to the society and the public at large, and I’m eager to explore the identity of architect in various realm and relationships.“

[Experience] 2015.6 - 2015.8

Vanke Real Estate | Shanghai, China

2014.7 - 2015.3

Weiss/Manfredi Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism | New York, USA

Project Management Intern

Project: Xuhui Vanke Center CBD, Shanghai, China Mixed-use complex, 700,000 sq.m. • Oversaw design schedule, coordiated meetings with designers, and negotiated contracts with consultants. Architect: SOM (Chicago, USA) and BENOY (Singapore).

Junior Designer

Project: Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park Phase II, Queens, NY, USA • Assisted in construction drawings and model making during the CD phase. Project: Rice Universit Student Space Design Proposal, Houston, TX, USA Other: Marketing and Public Relations Assistant • Managed portfolio booklet design, proposal submissions, RFP/RFQs • Produced two books on the firm’s portfolio for design award submittions

2013.5 - 2013.8

Sou Fujimoto Architects | Tokyo, Japan

Architectural Intern

Project: Taiwan Cafe, and other competition projects • Led the model team to produce 1/8”=1’0” large models for the Between Nature and Architecture exhibition at the GA gallery in Japan. • Interior, exterior renderings.

2012.5 - 2012.8

Bjarke Ingels Group | New York, USA

Architectural Intern

Project: West 57th Street, New York, USA Residential building, 600 units, 8000 sq. ft. • Coordinated with outside material providers to test for the interior design • Large-scale model making. Project: Rose Rock International Finance Center, Tianjin, China Architectural Intern Mixed-use towers, 588m, 360,000 sq. m. • Completed a booklet on the world’s supertall building precedent research. • Assisted in drawings and editing for design report booklets.

2011.5 - 2011.8

Grigorian Design Group, LTD. | Shanghai, China • Designed row house prototype schemes for a residential development project.

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[ Education] 2009 - 2014 2015 - 2016

Rice School of Architecture | Houston, TX, USA Rice School of Architecture | Houston, TX, USA

B.A. in Architecture Cum Laude Bachelor of Architecture

[ Honors] 2009 - 2010 2014

President’s Honor Roll | Honored for excellent academic standing. Tau Sigma Delta | Recognized for intellectual achievement, and initiative as well as leadership.

[ Leadership] 2009 - 2010

2010

International Chinese Undergraduate Student Association (ICUSA)

• Managed the growing club to foster the cultural immersion of the community. • Organized various cultural activities as well as collaborated with other student clubs in events like Lunar New Year show.

Co-President

Rice American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

Volunteer

• Conducted 8-month fund-raising activities to support a trip to work with Boston Rescue Mission to help provide shelter and food to the the homeless.

[ Skills] Language Software

Art

English | Fluent speaker. Proficient (speaking, reading, and writing). Mandarin Chinese | Native speaker. French | Beginning speaker. Conversational (speaking), intermediate (reading, writing). Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator Adobe Photoshop

Rhinoceros Revit AutoCAD

Vray Maxwell SketchUp

MS Office Acrobat Pro

Model making | Adept at working with chipboard, museum board, foam, acrylic and wood. Photography | Proficient in photo processing with Adobe Photoshop, Bridge and Lightroom. 5


Work I: MULTI-CITY The New Bureau for Inter-disciplinary Art Studio project/ Architecture/ Fall 2011/ Houston, TX/ Problem: Imagine a center for inter-disciplinary art Type: Multi-function Location: Houston, TX Team: Individual Instructor: Neyran Turan

Multi-city explores multiple possibilities in connection to the city by creating multiple branches within one united structure. The building aims to engage surrounding urban environment by allowing multiple accesses at different levels. The interdisciplinary art center should have multiple faces that allow for exhibition, relaxation, business, entertainment and education. The multipi-city attempts to engage surrounding urban environments by allowing multiple access at different ground levels. Each extending “branch” mimics a certain type of city. The project trys to explore maximun possibilities within one united strutcture.By enabling different function braches, the project multiplies itself by iniating both connections and disconnections within various urban environments.The action of muptiplying city within the project augments the performance of the building. The building acts as a “urban bridge” that allow direct penetration within it. It can also be a self-contained unit. The project in a sense multiplies the city by initiating both connections and disconnections within various urban environments. By doing all of this, the project is able to achieve a sense of multiplicity while still maintains its wholeness.

CITY BOUNDARY

CONFIGURATION

[1] Bounding box touches the city grid

TOUCH CITY EDGE

URBAN VOIDS

[2] Some segments recess from the bounding line to create voids for urban spaces.

IMMERSION INTO CITY

RECESSION FROM CITY

[3] Niched areas create multiple access to the buildings at different levels 6


Sectional Diagram

DUALBILITY OF STRUCTURE

BRIDGE

The BRIDGE

ground level serving as a intermediate communicating ground, the bridge

3 storey height

2 storey height

1 storey height

TOWER

Programs “group” according to relativity, forming individual tower

TOWER

Sectional Diagram HYBRID

The form allows connection on the ground level and seperate towers on upper levels

Programmic section

studio classroom exterio

lobby

r audit

orium

library

exhibition reception

interior auditorium 3 storey height

store

2 storey height

BRIDGE

staff cafe

info

gallery

lobby

1 storey height

PROGRAM SECTION TOWER

The “multi-city“ creates multiple branches that are contained in a whole structure. The branch-units form program zones that share functional similarities. Three main functional zones are education, exhibition/gallery and entertainment and public area in between. Both plan strategies and vertical strategies are introduced.

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UP

UNDERGROUND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

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BRIDGE AND TOWER SECTION

SECTION A

SECTION B

The building acts as a bridge creating an urban landscape that connects the building to the urban context.

The building acts as several seperate towers that interact differently with the city ground.

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Work II: CARVED BOX

The Valles Caldera Visitor Center

Studio project/ Group/ Spring 2012/ New Mexico/ Problem: A competition challenge initiated by the Van Allen Institute to design a visitor center for the Valles Caldera Preserve in New Mexico Location: New Mexico Type: Visitor center Instructor: Douglas Oliver Team: In collaboration with Ian Griffith, Adelina Koleva

The project wants to create the experience of going into the earth and coming back into the nature to address the sublime of the Valles Caldera. The excavation of earth main strategy of the from the landscape is the project. Instead of having building as a solid object placed into the landscape, we imagine the building as coming from the ground as a metaphor of the magma. The action of reshaping the landscape with the strategy of carving allows tools of reforming the space while retaining a subtle impact on the landscape. Thus, the building is created with a series of carving action to create entrance, exit, program, lighting and view.

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CONCEPTUAL SCHEME

A box that is carved in both horizontal orientation and vertical orientation. The carved surfaced is textured with a different color to enforce the action of excavation.


EXCAVATING THE EARTH

CARVING

Site Carving

Vertical Carving

Horizontal Carving

carved for extrance and building mass

carved for lighting and program

Combines Carving

carved space CARVED

carved in facade for lighting, view

carved mass combined

The rectangular box is the initial carving for the settlement of the project. Vertical and horizontal carves are operated to create program, lighting, accessibility. The big carving serves as a courtyard for outdoor exhibition. The facade is carved for the purpose of program, lighting and view.

CARVING MASS ACCOMODATES PROGRAM TYPES

ACTIVITIES

building as part of the landscape “solid wall”

valles caldera landscape

library lecture/conference

NATURE IMMERSION

USER GROUP

program arranged within the solid

intellectual children

CULTURE + GEOLOGY MOVIE SETS + HISTORY WILDLIFE VIEWING

social media nature immersion lecture / class

teens backpackers

“wall” carved to create volume for containing programs, lighting

playground nature immersion classroom projects storytelling wildlife viewing

HUNTING + FISHING

wildlife viewing

SKIING + SNOWSHOEING

tourists

The demands of the various user groups coupled with the resources of the

gear rental

appeal to the maximum number of users. From this data, a park-wide larger landscape.

“wall” carved to create volume for containing programs, lighting

lecture / class

VISITORS CENTER launch pad

nature immersion wildlife viewing

VALLES CALDERA NATIONAL PRESERVE | SITE CONDITION AT DIFFERENT SCALES Buffalo Girls Movie Set Farmington

Seattle, WA

Taos

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Los Alamos

St. Paul, MN Portland, OR

Santa Fe

Salt Lake City, UT`

Casa de Baca Lodge

Albuquerque

Chicago, IL Denver, CO

Kansas City, KS

Oakland, CA San Fransisco, CA

Paddock Building

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Washington, DC

St. Louis, MO

Ranch office

Valles Cadelra National Preserve Los Alamos

Clovis

Valles Cadelra National Preserve

Valle Grande

Jemez Springs

Las Vegas, NE

Albuquerque, NM Los Angeles, CA San Diego, CA Phoenix, AZ Tucson, AZ

El Paso, TX

Midland, TX

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Atlanta, GA

Lubbock, TX

Santa Fe Jemez Pueblo

Dallas, TX

Houston, TX Orlando, FL

New Mexico

San Ysido

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entrance

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Albuquerque

Flow At National Scale

Inter-State Flow

Inter-City Infrastructure

Access To The Preserve

Local Condition 11


AN INTIMATE IN-CAVE EXPERIENCE

EMERGED FROM THE LANDSCAPE 12


ENTRACE INTO THE BUILDING

The entrance creates a gradually descendence into the building through the entrance carved from the earth.

SECTION THROUGH THE COURTYARD

The large courtyard excavated against the hill serve as both a open gallery and exterior courtyard. GRADUAL EXPERIENCE COMING INTO THE SITE The site planning utilizes the same language of carving. Roads gradually lead you onto the hill. experience a gradience(need change) of sound, view of tree, landscape before arriving to the building.

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INITIAL CARVING

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LAMINATING STRATEGY

FIRST LEVEL


SECOND LEVEL

ROOF LEVEL

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NATION A

NATION B

NATION A

NATION B

Work III: Conditional

The ESO Headquarter

CO-UNIT AB

NATION C

COLLABORATIVE SPACE

Aggregation

Studio project/ Architecture/ Fall 2013/ Santiago, Chile/ Problem: Design a headquarter for the European Southern Observatory (ESO) organization Type: Multi-function Location: Santiago, Chile Instructor: Troy Schuam Team: Individual

Global Collaboration “Nationless�

CREATING A NATIONALESS GROUND FOR SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION ESO (European Southern Observetory) is an inter-national organization that is dedicated to the development of astronomy. This type of organizations represents a new kind of collaboration that breaks the political separation/hierarch into a neutral, nationless union.

Equator

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The basis of longitude, the Prime Meridian, established in 1851 and adopted at an international conference in 1884, passes through the Airy transit circle of the observatory.

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Prime Meridian

The project explores the architectural expression of a new typology that represents an institution representing the equal collaboration between nations. The project uses the with the aggregation of formal shapes in a grid system to create a fragmented monumental institution which emphasizes an equal, interactive and fluid space and which responds to the landscape and the urban scape.


UNIT PROTOTYPE

UNIT AGGREGATION

operation 1 2-object aggregation

operation 2 2-object aggregation

TRIMMING THE SOLID

FACEDED OBJECT

self-contained object, not combinable or dividable

trimmed object, assemble according to the grid

operation 3 2-object aggregation

operation 3 4-object aggregation

PART TO WHOLE

outershell

innershell

intermediate space

Since the shape is attained from a rectangular prison, it could be arranged based on a rigid grid system. The space in between the shells serves as circulation space that connects the units.

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POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT

NATURE

URBAN

MUNICIPALITY OF VITACURA

ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR LATIN AMERICA

The site is that it is situated between landscape and urban area. The west side of the project is mountains, and the east side is dense urban environment.

The existing buildings set up a political environment. Several buildings of political organizations are present on the site, in the form of solid objects.

UNITED NATIONS

SOLID OBJECT

FLUID FIELD

SANTIAGO, CHILE

33°27’0’’S 70°40’0’’W

SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION

ESO has one of the worlds’ largest observatory in the dessert in Santiago, Chile. It’s headquarter is sited in the city of Santiago. ESO (European Southern Observetory) is an inter-national organization that is dedicated to the development of astronomy.

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UNIT AGGREGATION METHODOLOGY

CIRCULATION

UNIT

AGGREGATION

FLUID FIELD

The formal strategy is using series of self similar object and aggregating them according to a regular grid system. Units are aggregated on a gridded module system. Units combine into a larger aggregation to form a large space. Aggregations of different unit combination form a fluid field accomodating various program.

PROGRAM AGGREGATION METHODOLOGY

neutral space

private space

GRID

PROGRAM AGGREGATION

NATIONALESS GROUND

The program diagram is represented by the degree of diversity of population sharing the space. Units of similar use create public area; units that are more enclosed are occupied by private program, like representative offices. Based on the grid, program aggregated according to the degree of privacy and publicness to create a nationaless ground.

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The program works well with the formal strategy. The program diagram is represented by the degree of diversity of population sharing the space. On the ground floor, program consists of private offices and public space such as reception and conference hall. The second floor has representative offices and scientific exhibition. The third floor contains conference room and observatory rooms.

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SECOND FLOOR


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[THIRD FLOOR]

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[15] Observation Room [16] Exterior Couryard [17] Conference Room

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[SECOND FLOOR] [9] Scientific Exhibition [10] Representative Office [11] Public Event [12] Staff Office [13] Restaurant [14] Exterior Couryard

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[GROUND FLOOR]

THIRD FLOOR

[1] Conference Room [2] Lecture Hall [3] Cafetaria [4] Public Event [5] Scientific Exhibition [6] Representative Office [7] Reception [8] Bathroom

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OPAQUE, TRANSPARENT AND REFLECTIVE MATERIALITY

SECTIONAL RELATIONSHIP

reflective

PROTOTYPE 1

reflective

urban

opaque transparent

landscape PROTOTYPE 2

interior

Three types of mateirlas are used to reflect on the relationship between the building and landscape as well as between the building and the urban environment. PROTOTYPE 3

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100 50


flood level -1 mostly filled

flood level -2 mostly filled

flood level -3 partially filled

flood level -4 hardly filled

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NATURAL SLOPE

GENTLE SLOPE

CONSTRUCTED SLOPE

Work IV: Eco-city

KBR Regeneration Masterplan

Studio project/ Master plan/ Fall 2012/ Houston, TX/

Problem: Rejuvenate the “brown field“ site, previously industrial headquarter of KBR, to create a residential city that considers the ecosystem and the bayou along the site Type: Masterplanning Location: Houston, TX Team: Individual Instructor: Christopher Hight

The project aims to create a unique ecology that employs various conditions of natural scape (namely water) and urban scape, creating an interactive field for urban and water flow. The site is previously the industrial headquarter of KBR, situated along the buffalo bayou. Buffalo bayou is responsible for the buffalo watershed. The project explores these potentials with the concept of flow. The formal strategy is use of lines to represent flow in plan, and degree of sloping in section. The 24

study of water applied to the site. The water pond system on the site provide solution to the flooding issue, soil contamination of the site and probably for the larger area around the site. The system is resilient to water change and fluctuate according to time.


BUFFALO BAYOU WATERSHED AND KBR SITE

Harrris County watershed

Harris County has 22 major watersheds that each drain into 22 major waterways. The watersheds come in all shapes and sizes. Some are large, some small... and each has its own independent flooding issues.

Harris county

Harris County map showing the major waterway network

Harris county

Harris county, Texas population: 3.7 million thrid most populous county in the U.S

Bayou and watershed

Harris County has 22 major watersheds that each drain into 22 major waterways. The watersheds come in all shapes and sizes. Some are large, some small... and each has its own independent flooding issues.

SITE Buffalo Bayou Watershed

Buffalo Watershed, Harris county

[1] Harris County, Texas [2] Watershed map, Harris County [3] Buffalo Bayou watershed [4] Adjacent bayous, Harris County

Brays Bayou Watershed

[1] Harris County, Texas [2] KBR site map

BUFFALO BAYOU WATERSHED

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SITE STRATEGY | NATURAL FLOW AND URBAN FLOW

major water

Major Drainage Flow Three major water drainage and remediation flow are set up on the site.

major driveway flow

Major Driveway Flow Three major circulation flow are set up in east-west orientation.

conceptual system driveway

Overlapping System

Lines weave out to create a dynamic and interactive field of nature and urban staging.

The water flow system and urban flow system are combined. The roads weave.

System Driveway

composed system

conceptual system water flow

System Water Flow Secondary water flow branches out from the three major pathways.

Hybrid System hybrid system

The water flow system and urban flow system create a dynamic interactive urban-natural ecology.

[1] Three major water paths are set up on the site in north-south orientation. Meanwhile, three major roads carry urban flow in east-west orientation. Secondary water circulation collects the water from the areas and carry the water into the three major paths. [2] The urban flow system and water flow system intersect to create dynamic field for water, houses and green space.

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1000

ROAD

PUBLIC

RESIDENTIAL

GREEN

EVOLVING WITH THE ECO-SYSTEM

secondary ponds western edge more residential more shaped water remediation/detention pond

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secondary ponds western edge more residential more shaped water remediation/detention pond

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third water flow created western edge more residential more shaped water remediation/detention pond

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waterpath between ponds more connected three major water path are constructed residential completed mountain piled and constructed more shaped water remediation/detention pond

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The diagram shows the growth of water path and green space with relation to the buildings on the site. The growth process shows the dynamic interaction between architecture and landscape. The scheme presents a continuously evolving ecology that balances between the nature and urban ecology. 19


LAYERED SYSTEM

ARCHITECTURE AS PART OF THE “ECO SYSTEM“

Site growth over time. The diagram shows the growth of water path and green space with relation to the buildings on the site. The growth process shows the dynamic interaction between architecture and landscape.

Architecture acts as attractors that balance between natural scape and urban scape. The residential program is stacked in a stepping fashion when meeting the water pond. The stepped roof can be designed as green roof that collects and filters water.

RESIDENTIAL UNIT Residential units consist of 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom units, arranged in a long band system.

BUILDING 3 BEDROOM

2 BEDROOM

1 BEDROOM

RESIDENTIAL BAND PARCEL LAND

Residential units aggregate in a band form. And the residential band stacked in a weaving fashion to interact with the water and landscape on site.

URBAN FLOW TYPICAL PLAN OF PARTIAL RESIDENTIAL BAND

ARCHITECTURAL MODEL

GREEN LAND

WETLAND

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The stepped roof of the residential bands can be designed as green roof that collects and filters water down to the ground.


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Work V: Urban

Network

Fifth Ward Regeneration Masterplan Studio project/ Masterplan/ Fall 2013/ Houston, TX/ Problem: Revitalize the Fifth Ward in Houston to create a materplan from the scale of building typology, block aggregation and ward scheme Type: Masterplanning Location: Houston, TX Instructor: Albert Pope Team: In collaboration with Austin Jarvis

The project aims to connect the entire 5th ward through a figural “Public Network”. This network allows for flexibility over time yet creates a clear prescription for program and form. The main factors we addressed were program arrangement, ground coverage, density, and phasing. The figural “Public Network “ that spans the ward oscillates between foreground and background as it serves as both a catalyst for urban development and a frame for the existing conditions of the 5th ward.

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CREATING A PUBLIC NETWORK CONNECTING THE WARD Open space, public network, private urban fabric

OPEN SPACE FIELD opens space distributed throughout the space in a patterned manner

PUBLIC SPACE NETWORK public space (commercial and civic) acts as network connecting the open

LAYERED NETWORK open space and public space combines into a network

DENSE SPACE dense space (residential and industrial program) fill in the negative fabric

In order to formally distinguish the public network and the private clusters we focus on two factors: ground coverage and density. The study of the scheme focus on a range of scales of operations: building typology, block typology, block aggregation, district study and ward scheme.

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average ground coverage: 26.53% FAR range: 0.58 - 3.65

COMMERCIAL

32 average ground coverage: 67.37% FAR range: 0.49 - 0.8

INDUSTRIAL

SHED

average ground coverage: 15.43% FAR range: 0.14 - 0.75

CIVIC average ground coverage: 38.17 FAR range: 0.54 - 1.04

RESIDENTIAL

BUILDING TYPOLOGY, BLOCK TYPOLOGY AND BLOCK AGGREGATION

BUILDING TYPOLOGY

UNIT

FIGURE

SLAB

1 BLOCK TYPOLOGY

BAR COURT

BAR TOWER

2 BLOCK TYPOLOGY


BUILDING

BUILDING TYPOLOGY Basic building typologies have four program categories: residential, industrial, commercial, and civic. Those typologies are the basic forms used to study block typology.

3 BLOCK TYPOLOGY

BLOCK TYPOLOGY

BLOCK

Building typologies occupy the block differently according to the ground coverage and FAR range. One modular block creates a block typology for each program.

GROUND COVERAGE FAR

4 BLOCK TYPOLOGY

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VIEW AT THE PUBLIC(CIVIC) PLAZA

PUBLIC NETWORK: COMMERCIALCIVIC

PRIVATE CLUSTERS: INDUSTRYRESIDENTIAL

BLOCK AGGREGATION

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FAR: 0.76 | GC: 28.90%

FAR: 0.50 | GC: 31.19%

FAR: 0.88 | GC: 62.51%

FAR: 0.93 | GC: 56.31%

PRIVATE CLUSTERS consists of residential and industrial block typologies. Residential and industrial are composed of low-elevation types which achieve a medium density through high ground coverage.

PUBLIC NETWORK consists of commercial and civic block typologies. The public network achieves a great range of density but always with a low ground coverage FAR: 0.98 | GC: 33.91%

FAR: 1.77 | GC: 45.19%

FAR: 1.39 | GC: 36.27%

FAR: 1.04 | GC: 58.93%


This public space is embodied both in the commercial towers and civic figures of the public network as well as large swaths of open space. The nature of the public network is both as a literal and figural center. The commercial bands divide and frame the private space, but also signify a public ground that weaves its way across the entire ward. COMMERCIAL

CIVIC

RESIDENTIAL

INDUSTRIAL

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A FLEXIBLE NETWORK - COEXISTING WITH THE SITE

PUBLIC NETWORK AS A “URBAN CORE”

PUBLIC NETWORK AS A “WRAPPER”

District 1

District 2

GROUND COVERAGE

FLOOR AREA RATIO

GROUND COVERAGE

0.77

29%

0.76

43%

UNITS PER ACRE

CONTINUITY:

UNITS PER ACRE

CONTINUITY:

45.1

0.43

43.8

0.38

FLOOR AREA RATIO

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A CONTINUOUSLY GROWING NETWORK

2013 | PHASE 0

PHASE 0 | Existing /under-utilized railway /large middle school /missing connections

2015| PHASE 1

FLOOR AREA RATIO

GROUND COVERAGE

0.14

13%

UNITS PER ACRE

CONTINUITY:

10

0.38

PHASE 1 /new roads laid /roadway cleared /minor new development

2020 | PHASE 2

FLOOR AREA RATIO

GROUND COVERAGE

0.15

13%

UNITS PER ACRE

CONTINUITY:

10

0.38

PHASE 2 /public network partially developed /at least one building on every newly cleared block

FLOOR AREA RATIO

GROUND COVERAGE

0.24

15%

UNITS PER ACRE

CONTINUITY:

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[1] Stage 1: This is the existing condition of the area. Most of the program is residential. An abandoned railway runs through the area, which we later build the public network on.

[2] Stage 2 focus on the construction of new roads, and the clearance of the blocksto prepare for the new construction. There is some minor new development in the public areas.

[3] Stage 3 Concentrates on the initial development of the public network. At least one building for every newly cleared block is build, and the public area starts to function.

2030 | PHASE 3

2040 | PHASE 4

2050 | PHASE 5

PHASE 3 /further development of the public network /new industrial and residential development

PHASE 4 FLOOR AREA RATIO

GROUND COVERAGE

0.34

16%

UNITS PER ACRE

CONTINUITY:

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0.38

[4] Stage 4: The public network is quite developed. Plots close to the public network starts to have new industrial and residential developments.

/density rises dramatically /multi-family housing expands /tailler commercial towers develop

PHASE 5 FLOOR AREA RATIO

GROUND COVERAGE

0.62

22%

UNITS PER ACRE

CONTINUITY:

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0.38

[5] Stage 5: The density rises dramatically to 0.62 FAR. Many multi-family housing. The public network is almost established, and taller commercial towers are developed.

/master plan completes /industrial expansion /tallest commercial towers built housing expands

FLOOR AREA RATIO

GROUND COVERAGE

0.88

25%

UNITS PER ACRE

CONTINUITY:

61

0.38

[6] Stage 6: The masterplan is complete. Most residential housing are developed, and the industrial expands. The public network continues to develop and expands.

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Work VII: SUSPENDED STRUCTURE Temporary Housing for Olympic Village Studio project/ Group/ Fall 2015/ France/

Problem: Design temporary housing as the Olympic village for the Paris on the Eiffel Tower Type: Residential Location: Paris, France Team: In collaboration with Shen Lu PRIVATE RING PUBLIC RING

Eiffel Tower has long been a landmark icon for France. While the experiences from far away and under are different, we see the potential of employing the tower as a structural frame to build within. With the notion of temporary structure, the project inhabits the void space of the Eiffel tower by scaling through the space inscribed by its four-leg structural framework. Residential program is arranged on the external ring, and public program is arranged towards the center, thus creating an inversed exterior urban landscape inside.

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE RING The private residential units are arranged on the outer ring. Public program including amenities, entertainment is arranged on the innter ring.

The existing structure is a layering of 29 bays stacked vertically. But the impression is diluted by decorative and redundent structure members.

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PUBLIC BLOCKS Public blocks shift along to re-define the public ring, creating interaction moments with the private ring.

By taking out unneccessary diagnol members, the structure is simplified into layers whose contour is defined by major columns.

IN-BETWEEN CIRCULATION The circulation corridor between the private and public ring is transformed into a dynamic one, and links the public with the private.

By taking out unneccessary diagnol members, the structure is simplified into layers whose contour is defined by major columns.

PUBLIC BLOCK AND TERRACE An interior terrace is created according to the public boundary, defining the inner public circulation.

REDEFINED PUBLIC RING An interior terrace is created according to the public boundary, defining the inner public circulation.

The layering is further emphasized by visualizing the vertical datum into solid plates.


DYNAMIC SCALE THROUGH THE VERTICAL STRUCTURE The plan changes its scale as it goes from the bottom to the top due to the shrinking of the tower itself. There are three categories of the scales. We can see from the typical plans from the floor 3, floor 8, and floor 18. The public program keeps emerge into the private as it goes up, creating a gradient of private to the public, more emerged plan organization.

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1.84

MEP

4.00

5

61.76

4.00

4.00

4.00

4.00

4.00

4.00

4.00

6

7

15.32

8

MEP

FLOOR 3 1

1

2

3

4

20.63 0.66 2.65

6.23

4.66

5.77

6.23

4.62 5.38

3.24

20.63

1.58

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4.51

1

0.65

5.38

4.66

3

4.62

3.24

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+100.50

4.07

Level 23 +96.43

4.07

Level 22 +92.36

FLOOR 8

3.67

Level 21

Level 20

3.67

+88.69

Level 19

3.67

+85.03

Level 18

3.67

+81.36

Level 17

3.67

+77.69

Level 16

3.67

+74.03

Level 15

3.80

+70.36

Level 14

3.80

+66.56

Level 13

3.80

+62.76

+58.96

Level 10

3.25

1

2

20.63 2.65

6.23

4.66

5.77

3.25

Level 11 +52.46

3.70

Level 12 +55.71

Level 9

3.70

+48.76

Level 8

3.70

+45.06

Level 7

3.67

+41.36

Level 6

3.67

+37.69

Level 5

3.67

+34.03

Level 4

3.67

+30.36

Level 3

3.67

+26.69

3.67

4.62

3.85

1.63

+19.36

Level 1

3

3.24

+15.51

20.63

Level 2

4.50

+23.03

Ground Floor

15.51

5.34

4

+0.00 Ground

SECTION

FLOOR 18 57


STRUCTURE OF THE FLOOR PLATE

Each floor plate truss consists of four major tube beams running along the outer periphery and middle as primary structure, stabilized by perpendicular trusses in between. Wide flange beams and bracings make the secondary structure. Supplementary supports are fulfilled by 8 columns suspended the floor above. COLUMN

cantilever

BRACING

tube beam

brace gusset plate major truss secondary beam

SCALE 1:40

SECONDARY BEAM

Each level is connected to the existing structure independently by joints at 4 corners. Bolted hinge structure is created to clip the floor plate to the four legs of the Eiffel tower and is the only joint that connects. MAJOR TRUSS

bolt

connection plate

PRIMARY FRAMING

existing structure

GENERAL SYSTEM

CONCEPTUAL STRUCTRE MODEL


TYPICAL SECTION OF THE HALF FLOOR WING

floor finish, varies wood deck gusset plate brace 0.10

45°

ceiling hanger

varies

As the floor plate goes beyond the inner ring of tube beams, trusses are turned into cantilevers, whose sectional size will be reduced to minimum to achieve a thin edge for the internal terrace.

0.90

0.15

0.90

wide flange beam

0.10

ceiling

handrail glass floor finish alumnium sheet fascia

floor finish, vaires

ceiling

wood deck

brace varies

0.25

gusset plate

45°

ceiling hanger supplementary ceiling support ceiling finish

SCALE 1:20

SCALE 1:50

+26.69

3.67

Level 3

+23.03

3.67

Level 2

+19.36

3.85

Level 1

+15.51 Ground floor


oo House

ncy housing in the Philippines

rely demaged roject provies

zing abundant

es a low-tech,

Work VI: The

Bamboo House

Post-Disaster Emergency Housing Solution Studio project/ Architecture/ Spring 2014/ The Phillipines Area/ Problem: Propose emergency housing solutions for post-disaster reconstruction focusing on easy and fast assembly on the Philliphines islands Type: Architecture Location: The Phillipines area Instructor: Douglas Oliver Team: Individual

The Philippines area was severely demaged by the typhoon Haiyan. The project provies a solution to the Post-disaster emergency housing construction by utilizing abundant local materials-bamboo combined with concrete. The scheme provides a low-tech, easily operable scheme for local people to construct fast, affordable and sustainable housing in the Visayas islands.

Disaster: Typhoon

The Philippines area was severely demaged by the typhoon Haiyan is in great need to accomodate homeless people. Thus, solutions fo housing are needed to help solve the problem

Leyete Negros Occidental Cebu

Bohol

Negros Oriental

>1 000 000 persons 500 000 - 1 000 000 0- 500 000

The solution to fast and sustainable design is utilizing the bamboo, which is abundant locally and used a lot by local people. The design uses bamboo as not only structure members, but also aesthetic elements that draw respect from the vernacular architecture.

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Solution: Bamboo

Construction: Assemble

Bamboos are light, strong in tensile strength and easily treatable. When being used in structure, bamboo frames are good in disaster area because they are light and perform well in earthquakes. SHAPES

CONSTRUCTION MANUAL

The Philippines area was severely demaged by the typhoon Haiyan. Post-disaster construction is in great need to accomodate homeless people. Thus, solutions for emergency post-disaster housing are needed to help solve the problem

How to build a bamboo concrete house

Cutting bamboo could be operated by unskilled/semiskilled local people. Using the knives, cutting could be done by one single labor and it is rela-

Bamboos are abundant local materials. The project takes advantage of this local source and create a design that is lightweight, aesthetic and respectful of local culture and tradition.

MATERIALS

COMPONENTS

CONNECTIONS 90 degree

bamboo

iron wire

cement

rebar

WALL PANEL A concrete filled with bamboo

[A]

TOOLS whole culm

half culm

[2] half culm

[C]

connect with string/stick

split culm

whole culms are used for structural columns, shade screens, roof members

angled

COLUMN/BEAM

connect with string WALL PANEL B bamboo weave

sharp knife

dulled blade

drill

FOUNDATION concrete

[B]

connect with the trimmed bamboo

TRANSPORTATION

[3] split culm

FLOOR PANEL bamboo plank

loading truck

bamboo weave panel roof

concrete wall cast with bamboo bamboo weave panel wall

bamboo plank flooring

prefabricated concrete core bamboo base foundation-piling

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Growth: Phases The units could be aggregated and later grown into a larger complex to create a community. The aggregation is based on the grid system, and the program could be re-arranged using the decomposed units. The aggregation plan is based on 10’x10’ grid system.

DECOMPOSED UNITS

AGGREGATION

The unit could be further decomposed based on the grid dimesions.

The unit aggregates to create a community.

“Linear”

core service area storage prefabricated and be installed in the house

closeness

individual sleeping unit sleeping unit contains double bed room and single beds room relatively open

living

shared communal hallway

communal area open could be shared be aggregated and shared by multiple units

“L” shape

openness

courtyard

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1

2

3

4

5

6

1

2

3

4

5

6

50’-0” 10’-0”

10’-0”

10’-0” 50’-0”

10’-0”

10’-0”

10’-0”

10’-0”

10’-0”

10’-0”

10’-0”

5’-0” 5’-0”

A

[5]

[4]

[1]

[2]

[3]

[5]

[4]

[1]

[2]

[3]

B B

5’-0” 5’-0”

C C

D

5’-0” 5’-0”

20’-0”20’-0”

5’-0” 5’-0”

A

[6]

D

[6] E E

SCALE 1’

2’

3’

5’

10’

SCALE

TYPICAL UNIT PLAN 1’

2’

3’

5’

10’

[1] service core [2] bedroom [3] communal [4] dining and living [5] communal [6] podium

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Study drawing of the Glass House by Philip Johnson Lead on tracing paper, 24”x 36”, 2010

Work VI: The Blind House

Studio project/ Individual/ Architecture/ Spring 2011/ Problem: Explore the “blind spot“ within a residential house project Type: Residential Location: Houston, TX Instructor: Grant Alford

The concept of ‘blind spot‘ is derived from the visual effect of the Glass

use of transparency and opaque materials creates dramatic contrast.

House by Philip Johnson after a close study of the precedent. The

Viewers who walks around the building will always encounter a

project explores the potential of the ‘blind path’ and the relationship

blind spot within their view. The concept of the blind spot is further

between public and private space.

explored in my studio project.

The Glass House manipulates the view and experience by constructing a complete clear glass box in which a solid cylindrical hearth. The

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CONCEPT: BLIND PATH The diagram explores the spatial experiments of the relationship between visual path and physical path, experience and space.

Forced path

stop

shrink

subdivided

Open path

stop

expand Visible View Blind View Visible space

shrink

The project starts with a bounding box of 24’by48’by36’. The house explores the concept of the “blind spot”. The box is filled with labyrithing paths in order to create blind space. Three major “visual paths” are created through the winding walls.

VISUAL PATH PROGRAM BOX BOUNDING BOX

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Professional Work I : Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Part Phase II Weiss/Manfredi Architects/ Urban/ 2015/ Queens, NY

Type: Urban park, 588m, 360,000 sq. m. Contribution: Created 3D model for the site and master plan. Generated schemes for the overlook bench options. Assisted with Construction drawings, renderings, and editing for design report booklets.

OPTION 1

CREATED BY THE OFFICE OVERLOOK OPTIONS OPTION 1 relaxed lounge bench at the front of the overlook blending into the ramp topo and prominent chair profile back

bench topo ramp topo ground topo

bench topo ramp topo bench topo ground topo ramp topo ground topo

OPTION 2 prominent chair profile up front and relaxed lounge chair back

bench topo ramp topo ground topo

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PLAN AND SECTION OF THE OVERLOOK PART

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中国最高的摩天楼

Tallest buildings in Chin

中国最高的摩天楼 Work II: Rose Rock International Finance Center Professional

Tallest buildings in Chin

Bjarke Ingels Group Architects/ 2012 Summer/ Tianjin, China

ROSE ROCK INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CENTER

SUPERTALL STUDY 2012.07.17 BIG

Type: Mixed-use towers, 588m, 360,000 sq. m. Contribution: Supertall building precedent research. Large-scale and concept model making. Assisted with drawings and editing for design report booklets. 650

SUPER-TALL PRECEDENT RESEARCH 600 550 650 500 600 450 550 400 500 350 450 300 400 250 350

ROSE ROCK INTERNATIONAL FINAN

200 300

ROSE ROCK INTERNATIONAL FINAN

SUPERTA

SUPERTA

150 250 100 200 50 150 100 50

452M

450M 632M 527M 660M

442M 597M

Petronas Towers Nanjing Sears Tower Pingan IFC GFC Shanghai Tower (Kuala Lampur) (Nanjing) (Chicago)

Goldin FCOne (Mumbai) Tianjin (Concept)

588M

530M

RRIFC Tianjin (Concept)

CTF Centre Guangzhou (Concept)

Shanghai WFC Shanghai (Built)

Petronas Towers Nanjing Sears Tower Pingan IFC GFC Shanghai Tower (Kuala Lampur) (Nanjing) (Chicago)

Goldin FCOne (Mumbai) Tianjin (Concept)

World

RRIFC Tianjin (Concept)

CTF Centre Guangzhou (Concept)

Shanghai WFC Shanghai (Built)

452M

Shenzhen (Concept)

Shanghai

450M (Concept) 527M 660M 632M

Shenzhen (Concept)

Shanghai (Concept)

World

442M 597M

588M

530M

492M 484MFINANCE CENTER 468M ROSE ROCK INTERNATIONAL 28 M

492M

SUPERTALL STUDY ICC R&F Tower 2012.07.17 60 M 28 M BIG Tianjin Hong Kong SHANGHAI WFC (Built) (Concept) 60 M

484M

468M

ICC Hong Kong (Built)

R&F Tower Tianjin (Concept)

SHANGHAI WFC

32 M

450M

442M

Nanjing GFC Nanjing ICC HONG KONG (Built) 65 M

438M

30 m

420M

Guangzhou IFC Kingkey 100 66m Guangzhou Shenzhen30 m LOTTE JAMSIL SUPER TOWER (Built) (Built) 66m

65 M 32 M

450M

442M

ICC HONG KONG

438M

LOTTE JAMSIL SUPER TOWER

Nanjing GFC Nanjing (Built)

Kingkey 100 Shenzhen (Built)

407M

29 m Jin Mao Tower 2 IFC Shanghai 83m Hong Kong SHANGHAI 29 m TOWER (Built) (Built)

420M

83m

Page 3

15 M

PRESENTATION 1203

30 M 32m

15 M 28 M

32 M

110 M

3060MM

30 m

62m 32m

29 m 60 M

65 M

66m

ICC HONG KONG

LOTTE JAMSIL SUPER TOWER

110 M

60 M

83m

SHANGHAI WFC

407M

SHANGHAI TOWER

Guangzhou IFC Jin Mao Tower 2 IFC Guangzhou Hong Kong Shanghai Tallest Buildings in China (Built) (Built) (Built)

SHANGHAI TOWER

62m

PING AN ICC

BURJ KHALIFA

ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER

PING AN ICC

BURJ KHALIFA

ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER

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建设单位

PRESENTATION 1203

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图中所注尺寸应在施工前进 工程师协调解决。

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE AP 建设单位

CLIENT

SECTION, ELEVATION, PLAN

CLIENT

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE AP

首席顾问

LEAD AN

T.O.ROOF +588.00

首席顾问

LEAD AND DESIGN CONSULTANT

奥雅

有限

奥雅纳工程咨询(上海)

T.O.ROOF

有限公司北京分公司

ARU

+588.000

(SHA

ARUP INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANTS

北京市朝阳区京广中心 邮编: 100020

酒店 HOTEL

Room Hu Ji Beijin Code

30楼3008 室

Room 3008 30/F Jing Guang Centre Hu Jia Lou, Chaoyang District Beijing, China Code: 100020

32m

4.00M FTF

设计负责人 图号

设计负责人

避难层 HOTEL +440.80 REFUGE FLOOR

110 M

60 M

北京市 邮编:

BEIJING BRANCH

避难层 HOTEL +492.80 REFUGE FLOOR

30 M

BEIJ

(SHANGHAI) COMPANY LIMITED

公共用途

PUBLIC PROGRAM

15 M

62m

酒店 HOTEL

首席建筑师 LEAD AR

版次

图号 首席建筑师 LEAD ARCHITECT

4.00M FTF

BIG New 601 USA

避难层 HOTEL +388.80 REFUGE FLOOR

BIG New York, NY 10001 601 W. 26th St. Suite 1255 USA

酒店 HOTEL

PING AN ICC

BURJ KHALIFA

4.00M FTF 避难层 HOTEL +332.80 REFUGE FLOOR

ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER

T.O.ROOF

建筑和规划顾问

+334.500

建筑和规划顾问

ARCHITECTURAL CONSULTANT

居住 RESIDENTIAL 3.60M FTF

HKS Urb 107 New

避难层 HOTEL +278.40 REFUGE FLOOR

HKS | FuMorton Urban Design Studio 107 Grand Street . 6th Fl. New York . NY . 10013

居住 RESIDENTIAL

3.60M FTF

4.40M FTF 避难层

商业顾问

BUSINES

品牌顾问

BRANDIN

经济顾问

ECONOM

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE APPROXIMATE

避难层 HOTEL +224.40 REFUGE FLOOR

办公 OFFICE

商业顾问

北京市

BUSINESS CONSULTANT

邮编:

19th Beij No. Cha Beij Cod

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办公 OFFICE 4.40M FTF

REFUGE FLOOR +190.800

北京市 朝阳区光华路1号北京嘉里中心南楼19楼 邮编:100020

19th Floor, South Tower Beijing Kerry Centre No. 1 Guanghua Road Chaoyang District Beijing, China Code: 100020

避难层 HOTEL +163.20 REFUGE FLOOR

办公 OFFICE

4.40M FTF

办公 OFFICE

避难层

4.40M FTF

REFUGE FLOOR +120.400

品牌顾问

避难层 HOTEL +101.60 REFUGE FLOOR

办公 OFFICE

4.40M FTF

4.40M FTF

避难层 HOTEL

商业 / 特别项目 RETAIL / SPECIAL PROGRAM 5.00M FTF

CO-O 北京 邮编:

BRANDING CONSULTANT

CO115 5th New

CO-OP 北京市西城区金城坊街7号英蓝国际金融中心633 邮编:100033

办公 OFFICE 避难层

REFUGE FLOOR +50.000

ARCH

CO-OP 115 Fifth Avenue 5th Floor New York, NY 10003

+40.00

REFUGE FLOOR 交易大厅 TRADING 5.00M FTF

经济顾问

CBR (CBR 天津市 层90 邮编:

CB CBR 11th No. Cha Bei

ECONOMIC CONSULTANT GROUND

B2

XIN HUA ROAD CAR TUNNEL

层903单元 邮编: 300051

Z4 地铁线路(位置待定) Z4 METRO LINE (LOCATION TO BE CONFIRMED) CENTRAL AVE. CAR TUNNEL (LOCATION TO BE CONFIRMED)

红线 用地边界

RED LINE SITE BOUNDARY

项目名称

PROJECT

Rose Roc Fina

PROJECT TITLE

Tian

1 NORTH ELEVATION Rose Rock International Finance Centre

1 1/2000

EAST ELEVATION

3 1/2000

SOUTH ELEVATION

4 1/2000

罗斯 金

WEST ELEVATION 1/2000

Tianjin, Yujiapu 图纸名称

罗斯洛克国际 金融中心

SECTION 1 1/2000

P-0-

DRAWING TITLE

比例

1:2000

剖面图1 东西向剖面

日期

12.06.06

图号

SECTION 1 EAST-WEST

P-0-30-610 比例

1:2000

日期

12.06.06

图号

DRAWING

立面图 建筑

ELEVAT LANDM

天津,于家堡 图纸名称

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项目名称

CB Richard Ellis CBRE Consulting | Beijing 11th Floor | Tower 2, Prosper Centre No. 5 Guanghua Road | Chaoyang District Beijing, PRC 100020

中央车道(位置待定)

1

+0.000

CBRE (CBRE TJ) 天津市和平区南京路 189号津汇广场写字楼 1号楼 9

-5.400

B2 METRO LINE B2地铁线

新华路地下车行隧道

P-0-30-610

A1 阶段 版次

概念

P-0


CREATED BY THE OFFICE

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铁 YJP RAIL STATION

01 30-630 01 30-620

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公 PARK

02 30-640

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道 YU REN ROAD

北京市朝阳区京广中心 邮编: 100020

路 KERB 红线 REDLINE

30楼3008 室

Room 3008 30/F Jing Guang Centre Hu Jia Lou, Chaoyang District Beijing, China Code: 100020

红线 SETBACK

设计负责人 版次

图号 首席建筑师 LEAD ARCHITECT

BIG New York, NY 10001 601 W. 26th St. Suite 1255 USA

P-32-01

P-32-02 建筑和规划顾问

中央大道 CENTRAL AVE.

路 PU JING ROAD

新华路 ROAD XIN HUA

HKS | FuMorton Urban Design Studio 107 Grand Street . 6th Fl. New York . NY . 10013

商业顾问 01 30-640

04 30-640

P-32-03

ARCHITECTURAL CONSULTANT

01 30-610

BUSINESS CONSULTANT

北京市 朝阳区光华路1号北京嘉里中心南楼19楼 邮编:100020

19th Floor, South Tower Beijing Kerry Centre No. 1 Guanghua Road Chaoyang District Beijing, China Code: 100020 品牌顾问

P-32-04

BRANDING CONSULTANT

CO-OP 北京市西城区金城坊街7号英蓝国际金融中心633 邮编:100033

CO-OP 115 Fifth Avenue 5th Floor New York, NY 10003 经济顾问

01-33 地 P-32 地

P.A. 48,835 sm F.P.A. 31,100 sm G.F.A 542,644 sm

ECONOMIC CONSULTANT CBRE (CBRE TJ) 天津市和平区南京路 189号津汇广场写字楼 1号楼 9

层903单元 邮编: 300051

P.A. 22,092 sm F.P.A 14,941sm G.F.A 361,216sm

CB Richard Ellis CBRE Consulting | Beijing 11th Floor | Tower 2, Prosper Centre No. 5 Guanghua Road | Chaoyang District Beijing, PRC 100020

路 YONG TAI ROAD 项目名称

PROJECT TITLE

03 30-640

Rose Rock International Finance Centre CONVENTION CENTER

Tianjin, Yujiapu

罗斯洛克国际 金融中心 天津,于家堡 图纸名称

DRAWING TITLE

平面图

SITE PLAN

P-0-91-070 1

SITE PLAN 1/1000

0

10

20

50

100

200

比例

1:1000

日期

12.06.06

图号

1

PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION 1/2000

P-0-91-070

A1 阶段 版次

概念

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Professional Work: The Grove at Grand Bay

Bjarke Ingels Group Architects/ 2012 Summer/ Miami, USA Constribution: Assisted with the large scale model making.

Photos from online sources

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Professional Work: Rose Rock International Finance Center

West 57th Street

Bjarke Ingels Group Architects/ 2012 Summer/

Contribution: Produced schematic concept models and assisted with the large scale model making.

Photos from online sources

Interior model for W57 Street / Bjarke Ingels Group/ New York

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Professional Work: Taiwan

Cafe

Sou Fujimoto Architects/ 2013 Summer/ Tokyo, Japan Constribution: Assisted with the large scale model making for exhibition

CONCEPT MODEL (photos from website) Sou Fujimoto Architects/ 2013 Summer/ Tokyo, Japan

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PHYSICAL MODEL 1’=1/16” (photos from website) Sou Fujimoto Architects/ 2013 Summer/ Tokyo, Japan


BOOK EDITING AND PRODUCTION

Cooper Hewitt Design Award Submission Weiss/Manfredi Architect/ Marketing/ 2015/ New York, NY

Constribution: Coordinated the editing and production of the award submittion books Compiling materials, producing presentations, and preparing deliverable packages

Book Editing and Production I produced two books on Weiss/ Manfredi’s project portfolios and published works for the Cooper Hewitt 2015 Design Award. I was responsibile for coordinating the submission materials of the design award application. I edited the content and format in InDesign, and sent the packaged book to the copier. After reviewing all the copies, I sent it to the binder to produce the final book.

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MODEL PROJECTS “Works of model making, drawing and photography. The models are made during precedent studies, preliminary research and concept designs. The materials cover a wide range, from wook, chipboard to acrylic. “

SOLID VOID | ACRYLIC

CASE STUDY MUSASHINO ART UNIVERSITY LIBRARY | SOU FUJIMOTO

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ARCHITECTURAL TOY | WOOD

The architectural toy project is a wood cube consisting of elements of various sizes that could be played by composing into different shapes with the joints.

ELEMENT A

ELEMENT B

ELEMENT C

CONNECTION METHOD

PLAY 1

PLAY 2

UNITS COMBINED

UNITS COMBINED

UNITS COMBINED

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Hongyi Jin 1702 Bolsover St. Houston, TX 77005 hj.hongyi@hotmail.com +1- 832-312-7991


Architectural Portfolio Hongyi Jin  

Selected Works from 2010-2015 © Hongyi Jin B.Arch Rice University

Architectural Portfolio Hongyi Jin  

Selected Works from 2010-2015 © Hongyi Jin B.Arch Rice University

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