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Tang Ping Ki Jacky 1982 Born in Hong Kong Gender Male Current Position Architect Education 2002-2006 Bachelor of Applied Chemistry in Hong Kong Baptist University 2007-2011 Bachelor’s Degree of Applied Science – Architectural Science in Curtin University 2013-2015 Master of Architecture in Tokyo Institute of Technology Staff 2008-2010 Gucci Group Limited (Hong Kong) 2011-2012 SLHO & Associates Ltd. (Hong Kong) 2013 AGC Design Ltd. (Hong Kong) 2015 until now Sou Fujimoto Architects (Tokyo) Part-time 2013-2014 Kengo Kuma & Associates (Tokyo) Language English (Excellent) Cantonese (Native) Mandarin (Fluent) Japanese (Beginner) Software Rhinocero, AutoCAD, Grasshopper, Maya, Sketchup, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Lightroom Word, Excel, PowerPoint MacOS, Windows Award Self-introduction

O-okayama Architecture Master Thesis Silver Prize 2016 I am currently working as an architect in Sou Fujimoto Architects from 2015 for the winning competition project, House of Hungarian Music in Budapest, Hungary. This project was awarded in 2014 and after that we went through from schematic design, detail design and final construction design stage for tender procedure which will tentatively be issued by 2016. The major challenge of this project is to deal with the complex roof shape geometry. During the design development process, I have gone through series of trials from digital to 3D print fabrication to test with the form changes and required program accommodation. After fixed the geometry, I worked with grasshopper team to find the solution of surface tessellation for double curvature surface reducing to triangulated planar surface with consideration of random size and location of openings. In the latter stage, we have worked out to deliver the detail data of suspension ceiling point height and true length of each tilted sub-structure member. Those days and nights have trained my mentality and determination to be ready for next master piece in future. I was born in Hong Kong. I chose to leave the comfort zone and studied my master degree of Architecture at Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan. My master thesis, Mass Tower – Proposition of New Typologies of Skyscraper in Shibuya received the academic award of O-okayama Architecture Silver Prize 2016. In order to be ready myself to work in Tokyo design industry, I worked as a part-time in Kengo Kuma & Associates from 2013 to 2014. During 2008 to 2010, I worked for Gucci Group (Hong Kong) Limited as store project planner and focused on facade and interior design in Asia Pacific. I have completed different size retail stores in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and Singapore. All those experiences have contributed myself as an mature design architect to work with different professional specialists and different projects in different countries. Tokyo was a new challenge for me 3 years ago. It would be grateful if you could grant me an opportunity to receive the next challenges at your Messrs.

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House of Hungarian Music Liget Budapest Competition Entry: 1st Prize Year: 2014 Building Area: 2688 sq.m. Architect: Sou Fujimoto Architects Location: Budapest, Hungary Programme: Music Hall and Museum Space Current status: Construction design stage completed Target Completion: Late 2018

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GF PLAN

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MF CEILING PLAN

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1:500 Testing Model

1:500 Testing Model

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1:200 Testing Model

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GUCCI Singapore Paragon Flagship Company: Gucci Group (Hong Kong) Ltd. Collaboration with: James Carpenter Design Associates, New York Location: Orchard Road, Singapore Facade Contractor: Josef Gartner - Permasteelisa Group Interior Contractor: Far East Interior, Singapore Position: Store Project Planner Completion: 2010 Oct

Singapore Flagship Store The store was completed in 2010 with 2 stories selling area and internal staircase along Orchard Road in Singapore. In co-operation with James Carpenter Design Associates, we worked closely with our engineer for facade details. The detail of Think glass fins brings the lightness of the facade, whereas using the bronze aluminium cladding as backdrop with up-light to capture the transparency. The coated aluminium fins equipped with waterproof LED on back edge also highlighted the lightness of glass. Anodized vs PVF2 vs LuminOre We first explored metallic coating on aluminium fins. In the previous project, we usually use anodized to coat the anti-gold metal colour on aluminium fins. However, we do find problems on defective colours under sunlight, the wastage amount is huge and costly. Then, we try to explore PVF2 metallic coating. The problem appeared on the quality of fine surface due to the diameter of spray head. The tiny roughness would appear under the LED light which was not up to the standard. LuminOre is a complex coating, which allow post-polishing after factory coating. The final product had been processed 6 times hand-made-polished in China before exporting to Singapore for installation.

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GUCCI Korea Flagship Facade Renovation Company: Gucci Group (Hong Kong) Ltd. Professional work Location: Seoul, Korea Position: Store Project Planner Completion Date: 2011

Facade - Gold mania It was an existing old Gucci flagship store in Seoul Korea. We are instructed to redesign the facade to bring new image of Gucci in the town. The existing building is self-closing and disconnect from the surroundings. We opened up the facade with bronze glass and anodized anti-gold aluminium fins with metal halide lamp to create shiny gold gradient lighting effect.

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I was checking the lighting effect of mock-up.

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IASS2016 New National Stadium Japan Design Competition Group Competition Year: 2016 Building Area: 62830 sq.m. Location: Tokyo, Japan Member: Jane Luk, Sylvia Chen, Jacky Tang (Architect), Ben Luk (Structural Engineer) Structural Concept - Pure Spherical Geometry

Stress Analysis

Design Concept: Traditional Cultural and Sustainable Skin

The structural form draws inspiration from the Pantheon, the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world built in ancient Rome more than 1000 years ago. The geometry is driven by a pure spherical half dome sitting on a cylindrical row of Corinthian columns. The diameter of the dome matches the height of the space, with a 7.8 m diameter oculus at the top. The shape of the seating bowl is a “stadium�, i.e. a rectangle joined with circular ends. In searching for the most appropriate and efficient form to envelope the bowl, we decided to use an ellipsoid as the driving geometry. A diagrid pattern is projected onto the ellipsoid surface to derive the a gridshell structure for the stadium roof. A gridshell is nonhierarchical and is inherently stable, with a span to rise ratio of 1:3 to 1:4 for optimum structural behaviour. To avoid heavy members under compression and bending at the base of the gridshell, an elliptical row of columns are added behind the highest row of seats and shortens the span by around 13 to 18 m.

Transparent acrylic panel

Thatch roof Canopy

Bamboo Dome Substructure

Main Steel Dome

Glaze frame sub-sturcture

Independent Audience substrucure

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Lighthouse Sea Hotel Competition Group Competition Year: 2016 Building Area: not bigger than 3000 sq.m. Location: Capo, Murro di Porco, Italy Member: Jane Luk, Sylvia Chen, Jacky Tang (Architect)

Design Concept Touching the Ground Lightly The structure of the building are all point loading on the site. We aim to reduce the disturbance to the site during construction. Building structures are lighted up from the ground so in case we want tAo restore the site to the original state, it will be very easy. For the structure of the buidlings, we used arch structure instead of post and beam structure, so that the span of the structure can be longer and the number of supporting points on the ground can be reduced. We also used light structure, e.g. metal mesh for the path to reduce loading of the building.

Entrance

Event Space

Carpark Camping Area

Reception

Sea School Accommodation

Lighthouse Sea School

Sky Lodge 2

Practice Center

Sky Lodge 1 Sea School Practice Center

Event Space

Sky Lodge

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The Skin House Bachelor Final Year Project Individual work Location: Tai Po, Hong Kong University: Curtin University Date: 2011

Urban Housing for Elderly Hypothesis To design a residential building primarily for elderly residents in addition to an extra communal space of the choosing. One of the challenges will be to design a housing unit that is not only comfortable for elderly people but welcoming to people of all ages. The site has the potential to act as a “stitch� in connecting two different urban conditions.

Temperature - Layers of Walls Elderly people are very sensitive to temperature change, especially, in winter. By usual behaviour, we usually think to put on clothes to keep warm. Yet, I am thinking to an alternative way. To create layers of air cavity to resist weather change, air cavity could act as a barrier to protect elderly people interior.

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Bachelor Final Year Project

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Design Concept - Layers of Architectural Skin

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Bachelor Final Year Project

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Mass Tower Proposition of New Typology of Skyscraper in Shibuya Master Thesis - Individual work Award: O-okayama Architecture Master Thesis Silver Prize 2016 Site Location: Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan Instructor: Professor. Okuyama Shinichi Date: 2015 Symbolic meaning of skyscraper in history Skyscraper is a capitalism product, which owned by private developer. Took reference to Equitable Building, early skyscrapers dominated whole plot of land, maximize the development and decorated with luxurious moldings to show their social class. The private owner sets different prices according to the height of floors and views, which prioritize the value of occupants. Reference to Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, height competitions happened around 1930s, clients and architects had been chasing the highest height limit of buildings. Those implied the symbolic meaning of Social class, Economic Power, Authority and Human Ambitious. Took Flatiron building built in 1902 as an example, the lifespan of skyscrapers could be estimated more than 100 years. The appearance of skyscrapers contributed as part of city image but could not escape being obsolete. They will be continuously documented as a part of the urban history as monuments. Research on Publicness Typologies on Skyscraper International style dominated architecture style in 1950s, skyscraper was designed with offset from site boundary, public plaza and public podium firstly introduced. Non-occupants could freely use the public space. The form of public space changed by means of public program on bottom part of skyscrapers during post-modernism period. It was hybrid of public programs, such as infrastructure, shopping arcade, theatre and sports facilities to cater the complex demand of society. From the investigation of 36 publicness related examples. Five major typologies of skyscraper are proposed: Observation Deck, Public Plaza, Public Podium, Public Terrace and Public Programs. Research principle of selective typologies is proposed to create the new type of skyscraper. Thesis statement This thesis serves as a discourse to encounter historical symbolic meanings of skyscraper from capitalism, authority converted to publicness by proposing double helix occupiable building surface as a new publicness typology of skyscraper. “MASS TOWER� acts as social condenser and generates changeable and mobile human flux, which represents current and future social status. email: lebronjacky@gmail.com

T1

Non-provided T1a

T1a

T1b

T1c 241m

164m

Non-Provided

T1c 319m

Flatiron Building, N.Y., D. Equitable Building, N.Y., Woolworth Building, N.Y., Chrysler Building, N.Y., Burnham, 1902 E.R. Graham, 1913 Cass Gilbert, 1913 W.V. Alen, 1930

T2

Beaux-Art

Art-Deco

Observation Deck T2a

T2b

T2b

T2a 541m 240m

210m

163m

Art-Deco

SunShine 60,Tokyo, Mitsubishi E.Co., 1978

International Style

Plaza T3a

T3b

T3c

157m

T3d

198m

Open Plaza

Semi-Open Plaza

T3c

260m

Seagram Building, N.Y., L.M. Rohe, 1958

Chicago Civic Center, Chicago, SOM, 1965

Chase Tower, Chicago, C.F. Murphy, 1969

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, Tokyo, K.Tange, 1991

Post-modernism Sky Podium

T4b

T4a 94m

T4c

T4d

248m

T4b 256m

254m

173m

Elevated Podium

Elevated Podium Mezzaine Podium

Lever House, N.Y., SOM, 1952

T5

Enclosed Plaza

HSBC Main Building, H.K., N.Foster, 1985

International Style

Podium

243m

179m

Covered Plaza

Sunken Plaza

One World Trade Center, N.Y., SOM, 2014

Post-modernism

Plaza

Podium

Post-modernism

T2b

Empire State Building, World Trade Center,Tokyo, Shinjuku Sumitomo Bd., N.Y. S.L.&Harmon, 1931 Nikken Seikkei, 1970 Tokyo, Nikken Seikkei, 1974

T4

Bank of China Tower, H.K., I.M.Pei, 1990

381m

Observation Deck

T3

367m

87m

Mid-level Podium

One Chase Manhattan Plaza, N.Y., SOM, 1961

Umeda Sky Building, Shenzhen Stock Exchange, Toranomon Hills, Tokyo, Osaka, Hiroshi Hara, 1993 Shenzhen, OMA, 2013 Nihon Sekkei, 2014

International Style

Post-modernism

Terrace

260m

T5a

T5b

T5b

T5c

300m

Terrace

T5d 314m

145m

300m

Sky Terrace

Continous Terrace

Sky Terrace Pixel Terrace

Roof Terrace

Rockefeller Center, N.Y., Commerzbank Tower, Abenobashi Terminal MahaNakhon, Bangkok, Scala Tower, Copenhagen Raymond Hood, 1939 Frankfurt, N. Foster, 1997 Building, Osaka, C.Pelli, 2014 Ole Scheeren, OMA, 2016 , BIG, on going

T6 Program

Art-Deco

Post-modernism

Program T6a

300m

T6b

Infrastructure Station

T3a 227m

Public Program Theatre

T6c Pocket Plaza

Pan Am Building, N.Y., E.R.&S., P.B, W.G., 1963

One Astor Plaza, N.Y., E.J.K & Jacobs, 1972

T6d 279m

T6d Shopping 296m Arcade

200m

Adaptive Re-used Shopping Arcade

Citicorp Center, N.Y., H.Stubbins, 1977

Shopping Arcade

Landmark Tower,Yokohama, JP Tower, Tokyo, Helmut KlingStubbins, 1993 Jahn, 2013

Post-modernism Master Thesis

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Research Principle : Formation of Publicness Typologies of Skyscraper

Development Timeline of Skyscrapers in Japan v.s. Economy

Split into Two - Maintaining visual connections from adjacent buildings

New Open Plaza - Connecting transportations on different levels

Mass Tower A

230m

Observation Deck 240.00

Mass Tower B

183m 180m

Sky Lounge

190.00

Apartment

Start-up Office Brain Storming Lounge

180m

+77.20

Corporate Office

Public Facility Lounge +35.00

+20.00

Shibuya North Connection to Miyashita Park

15.00

Hachiko Plaza Toyoko Line Exit Relocation

+15.00

Tokyo Metropolitan Highway

+30.00

Ginza Line

Continuous Terrace

+26.00

JR Line

Food Market Shop

Shop

+23.10

+26.00

Bazaar

+19.20

+19.20

Parking Entry

Lobby

+15.00

Bridge Connection

Car Parking Car Parking Car Parking

0

250m

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North - South Section

Master Thesis

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GF Level Plan

1F - JR Platform Level Plan

2F - Ginza Line Platform Level Plan

3F -Continous Terrace Level Plan JR Line

230m

183m 110m

180m

Highway

180m 180m

Left upper: Continous Terrace - Building Surface as Extension of Public Space Left middle: Double Helix Accessible Surface - 3-dimensional Infrastructure Platform as Civic Square Right upper: Model site plan Right middle: Circulation and zoning

Mass Tower A

230m

Observation Deck

Apartment

183m Mass Tower B

180m

Start-up Office

110m Share Facilities Floor

Brain Storming Floor

Corporate Office

To Mark City +30.00 +21.00

Bridge Connection

Bridge Connection

Continuous Terrace

Shopping Street

Void

Ginza Line

23.00

Ginza Line Platform JR Concourse

Drop-off Area +17.00

+16.00

Canal To Hikarie

20.00

+26.00

JR Platform

+15.00

Metro Concourse

Toyoko Line exit Relocation

Carparking Carparking Toyoko Line

0

Carparking

250m

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East-West Section

Master Thesis

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Shibuya South Connected to Ebisu

Formation of Skyscraper Surface

Transformation of Fins from Architectural elements to Spatial Structure

180m

1

180m

2 3

Shibuya South Connected to Daikanyama

To be built 2026

Balcony

Mass Tower A

Facade Fins Continuous Steps

4

1. Morph the orthogonal lines to 3 dimensional curve 2. Duplication and shift the generative lines 3. Connection of lines become series of architectural fins 4. Rotation of Fins along curve on different levels becomes surface - Ground to Podium - Horizontal - Continuous steps - Mid level - Vertical - Architectural facade fins - Upper level - Horizontal - Balcony

To be built 2026

Bridge Connection

Hikarie

Slope 6 degree

180m

New Green Path Sky Lounge

Highway

Flyover to Hikarie

Night Bus

Performance Deck Continuous Terrace GINZA

Bridge Connection

Line

Shibuya Mark City

JR Line Platform

Roof Obvservation Deck connected with Sky Terrace to extend the enjoyment

To be built 2026

Toyoko Line Platform

Pedestrian Bridge

+30.00 +19.20

Start-up oďŹƒce and Apartment on upper floors

To HIKARIE

New Typology of Skyscraper

+33.00

Lobby

+35.00

T7

Lobby

GINZA +26.00

Double Helix Surface Creates Double Continuous Citizen Square

LINE To SHIBUYA Mark city

Hachiko Open Plaza

183m

Observation Deck

Continuous Double Helix Accessible Building Surface

Mass Tower B

View

110m To be build 2016 Void

Carparking Taxi

Outdoor Gallery

JR Platform

Hachiko Open Plaza

Bus

Shibuya Mark City

Miyashita Park Shibuya North Connected to Shinjuku

Infrastructure 1

View

Infrastructure 2

Skyscraper facade as 3-dimensional surface connection Shibuya Station is one of the most complicated and busiest district in the world. The site has rich historical context, was penetrated and superimposited by massive transportation on different levels. Instead of conventional linear connection, 3 dimensional surface connection to infrastructure attached with public open space where people can enjoy and stay temporarily are suggusted in this thesis. Restricted the slope of 3 dimensional surface between 4-6 degree, people could barely feel the discomfort of level changes. Based on the research principle of Publicness Typologies on Skyscraper, 3 different characters of Publicness typologies are proposed for new building on Shibuya Station Building, including T2 - Observation Deck, T3 - Open Plaza and T5 - Terrace.

Bunkanmura

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第49回セントラル硝子国際建築設計競技 Group Competition Theme: A City Symbol Loved by Residents Member: Jacky Tang & Jakob Sellaoui Site Location: Tokyo, Japan Year: 2014

Together under same roof The purpose of our design is to investigate and illustrate a possible relationship between the former Futakotamagawa ,Tokyo school building and its new contemporary purpose and positioning in the contemporary townscape. We believe, that the history of structure and site can be combined with a communal usage. The main design element is the roof, with its ability to connect and create space and meaning. Under the roof, there are different possibilities of activities, which could happen under different scale activities of continuous roof. The configuration of the roof resembled a urban courtyard, which enclosed the existing playground, open space of Futakotamagawa school. Activities/Roof in Descenting order Different activities might require different size of headroom. In the proposal, we were trying to arrange the activities according to size and intimacy among people, which are connected by a new element, One Roof, which symbolizing shelter and identity for society. Design Concept - Under One Roof

Katsura Detached Palace Complexity of roof shapes

Elimination of ornaments Transformed and Simplified

Rearranged and Re-ordered according to activities size New Light Weight Roof

7 4

3

15

8 5

6

Existing Structure

9

2 14 Main Entrance

10

11

12

1

16

13

1. History museum of Futakotamagawa 2. Foyer 3. Classroom 4. Workshop 5. Stadium 6. Changing room 7. Community centre 8. Skate park 9. Music performance stage 10. Open stage 11. Sharing room 12. Flea market 13. Small restaurants 14. Sports court 15. Modern Art Garden 16. Sculpture Garden

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第10回産学共同デザインフォーラ Tokyo Institute of Technology (Master Education) Personal Competition Theme: New Student Center in O-okayama Campus Site Location: Tokyo, Japan Year: 2013

UG - Connection at Basement 1. Student Common Room 2. Toilet 3. Gallery 4. Concert Stage 5. Kendo/Judo ground 6. Stage Operation Room 7. Sewage 8. E&M Room

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GF - Isolation Building Blocks for Visual Penetration 1. Piazza 2. Kendo/Judo Hall 3. Concert Hall 4. Multi-purpose Hall for Disaster-prevention Facility 5. Gallery 6. Student Common Room 7. Outdoor Lecture Area

Personal Competition

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Park Hyatt Phuket Residential Villa Architect: Kengo Kuma & Associates Location: Phuket, Thailand Year: 2013 Position: Part-time

This project started from the physical model of villa. Due to the complexity of roof angle, we have tested in different scale testing model and in Rhino to check the height of lowest point and its shape. After finished the schematic design, I was able to assist on design development and drew the detail sections to see the relationship of swimming pool, living room and slope nature. And then after discussions and comments, I had drew and revised the detail of roof, screen, planters, louver, pergola and staircase details.

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Park Hyatt Phuket Stone House Architect: Kengo Kuma & Associates Location: Phuket, Thailand Year: 2013 Position: Part-time

Another residential villa project started from testing the roof shapes and possible execution on 3D screens. At first, we tried to find out the best shape on roof towards the natural gesture on Stone. After we fixed the shape, we tried on the parti-model to test the relationship on upper roof edge and lower ceiling edges. We would like to achieve the thickness, order and transparency on the 3D screens

Yamatobari

3D screens were constituted by three surfaces of timbers members. Because the idea of screen involved shifting on timber members on different angle, it takes so long time to drew one by one and frankly not working efficiency. I then traced the order of the members and then worked out the scripts on each surface by operation line. If we changed the shaped/line, grasshopper could automatically generate the results of 3D screens.

Structure

3D Screen

1:50 Study on 3D Louvers

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