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2018 Project Portfolio

jasmine lam Landscape Architecture Design & Construction


‘Canopy of Trees’ and Connection Space Outside KSTP

kai tak 1/F STATION SQUARE

2017 ARCHSD In-house project PQDVC Stage 3 Detail Design . Portion A- Urban Space around Kai Tak Station

Kai Tak Station Square (12 hectares ) is the next biggest Regional Open Space. It connects the old district of Kowloon City and the new Kai Tak Development, through Metro Park to Cruise Terminal, as well as East Kowloon.

Portion A

Water feature Observation deck Flower garden Road L4

Station Square

Service blocks

Kai Tak Station

Plaza

Plaza

Pavilions

MTR

KTSP

Urban forest

G/F

Plaza Main entrance gateway and service blocks Road L11

MTR Lawn

Plaza To Avenue Park

Entrance Plaza connecting Lung Tsun Bridge

Perspective view of Canopy of Trees and connection with KTSP

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“Conditions of Site” + “Site Constraints” + “Design Requirements”

Civic Space As a major area to respond to the direct axis from the Avenue Park, the civic spaces form a number of multi-activity areas that allow for large gatherings such as the count down at New Year’s Eve and outdoor performances. The spaces are defined by the use of formal tree canopies. It creates shelter from the summer sun as well as an ideal place for outdoor café. Smaller spaces are provided along both sides of the Station building, as a response to the shops and alfresco dining restaurants. Although these places also acknowledge the axis of the lateral streets, there are more variation of landscape ranging from flower garden to sunken court. The public can either have their meal inside the restaurant areas or take away to eat under the garden pavilions or canopies of trees.

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Blooming Calendar

A variety of plant species with different blooming time constitutes a ever changing palette that offer delight and dazzle in different colours and textures throughout the year.

Civic Activities Plant species with seasonal changes offer different visual interest throughout the year and emphasize on the vibrancy of the area.

Station Square

Box culvert

Design Requirements Covered walkway (link to other area)

Kai Tak River (middle stream)

EFLS (mono rail )

Pedestrian Access

MTR

EVA / DPZ for adjacent lot

Historical site (next door)

Surrounding open space

Vehicular Access

Design Requirements Bicycle track

EVA / maintenance access for station square

Overall Planning Colonnade Station Square, Kai Tak

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Sunken Garden

London Olympic Park, UK

KTSP

Plan showing connection between Station Square and KTSP

Architectural Services Department 建築署

The High Line, NYC, USA

Section AA- A’ Trentham Garden, Staffordshire, UK

Comparison to Other Squares / Urban Spaces / Parks in the World

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B- B’

Icons of Kai Tak Development The Station Square, together with other iconic buildings, will become an important icon in Hong Kong. 8

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Museums

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River Seine

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Shopping mall Grande Arche

Civic Plaza with an Interactive Light Sculpture

regional open space design

Section BB- B’

Paris mall Reference example - Public open space around Eiffel Tower, Shopping

Station Square, Kai Tak

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Architectural Services Department 建築署

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kai tak station square

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To Sung Wong Toi Park

Children's cycling ground B

Children's cycling ground B KTSP Residential development Mall

Water feature

Cycling ground A Tilted lawn

Portion C – Canopy Area for Leisure Activities The idea is to provide spaces for leisure activities such as lawn bowling and bicycle grounds that can Enjoyment Enjoyment underunder Canopy Canopy of Trees of Trees Trees Trees Preparation Preparation be integrated with a sheet of tilting lawn. These TopiaryTopiary ‘activity forms’ become geometries on grounds, that relate with surrounding streets and piazzas to form an unified whole. A covered walkway, linking the KTSP to the Kai Tak Station, forms the spine that unites the leisure activities together, yet ‘sunken’ below the tilting lawn that have a direct relationship with the linear pond. The space also links to the future performance space.

Commercial development

Observation deck

Children's cycling ground B

Commercial development

Water feature

Kai Tak River

of Trees

Gate +5.6

5.5m

Children’s playground

Commercial development

Area for Leisure Activities The idea is to provide spaces for leisure activities such as lawn bowling and bicycle grounds that can Commercial development be integrated with a sheet of tilting lawn. These Observation Tree Dimensions Tree Dimensions ‘Canopy of ‘activity Tree’ in aforms’ linear become garden geometries on grounds, that deckthat Having Having considered considered transport transport constraints constraints that that the maximum the maximum sixe of sixe tree of tree that can reasonably can reasonably Plaza As a long relate linear with spacesurrounding that is sandwiched between and the streets and piazzasKTSP to form transported transported by road by road is 9mis high 9m high (including (including rootball) rootball) and 2.5m and 2.5m wide,wide, semi-mature semi-mature size trees size trees as as 2 in .5m defined defined thein General the General Specification Specification for Building for Building will be willselected, be selected, i.e. ati.e.least at least 6m high 6m high with with a a opposite residential developments, this buffer zone, which an unified whole. A covered walkway, linkingmediates the minimum minimum distance distance of 2.2m of 2.2m from the fromroot thecollar root collar to thetolowest the lowest branch. branch. between the busy venue the quiet living can be KTSP to KTSP the Kai Takand Station, forms thequarters, spine that InitialInitial Pruning Pruning defined by unites a thick the canopy of trees embedded with yet niches for fitness leisure activities together, ‘sunken’ Hedges Lung Tsun Bridge Removal Removal of dead, of dead, dying, dying, damaged, damaged, diseased diseased for deformed for Stone deformed branches branches is performed is performed so as so to promote as toKai promote aTak aRiver stations, a below children Tai-chi a pet garden. theplayground, tilting lawn athat haveground a directand relationship symmetrical symmetrical canopy. canopy. Cycling This provides shaded areasThe for the public enjoy withnatural the linear pond. space also to links to the the cool ground ARegular Regular Pruning Pruning breeze away fromperformance the sun asspace. well as participate in the activities future A steel/timber/bamboo A steel/timber/bamboo frameframe is erected is erected around around the tree theto tree define to define the ultimate the ultimate shapeshape of theofcanopy. the canopy. offered within the outdoor spaces. The branches The branches and foliage and foliage are pruned are pruned periodically periodically to promote to promote growth growth into the intodesired the desired shape.shape. It takes It takes

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To approximately future performance approximately 2 years 2 years to create to create a topiary a topiary tree canopy tree canopy from afrom natural a natural tree canopy. tree canopy. space

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Cycling ground A

Tilted lawn

Plaza

Garden

Water feature

+6.0

Gate

Portion B - Area for Leisure Activities Portion B - Area for Leisure Activities 

Pet gardens

Lawn bowling grounds Tai Chi ground

Lawn bowling grounds

Garden

Children's cycling Plaza ground C

ElderlyWater fitnessfeature ground

Plaza

Flower Residential garden development

Fitness ground

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Portion Portion B C – Canopy of Trees

Portion B

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Portion C – Canopy of Trees

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1000mm

1000mm

Gravel floor finish

+6.0 (Reference photo) Corten steel plate grass surface

Step Terrace grass surface

granite steps

Canopy of Trees

(Reference photo – tree and gravel / crusher fines floor finish)

(Reference photo – localized granite paving for easier elderly or disabled access)

Canopy of Tress

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hedges as a demarcation barrier Lawn Bowling Ground

(Extent of Walkway)

granite floor finish with protective sealer

(Reference photo – a sunken space in garden

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Gravel /crusher fines layer

gravel layer 500

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GMS lattice mesh painted

(Reference photo – mesh for holding gravel / crusher fines)

root barrier

floor mat for fitness ground

1000mm

root barrier

LED light strip

Typical detail of EVA

1000mm

Detail of the EVA and Canopy of Trees

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accessible lawn

clay paver or granite finish w/ concrete sub-base

Typical detail of channel cover

Portion C – Canopy of Trees 

granite finish for the seat

site 建諞苟 建諞苟 boundary

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(Extent of Walkway)

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Fitness ground

Portion C – Canopy ofEVATrees

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GMS railing

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resting area for players

sawncut fairface concrete finish

500

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1000mm

aluminium roof system with insulation

GMS lattice mesh painted

seating space for disabled

sawncut fairface concrete finish

accessible lawn

Diagram and illustration of day and night view of plant rooms

Portionedge C – Canopy of Treesground (similar to Tai Chi and elderly fitness ground) Typical detail of fitness

seating space for disabled step terrace resting area for players

accessible lawn

Plan and section of bicycle ground C step terrace

Diagram and illustration of day and night view of plant rooms

structured steel frame

accessible lawn

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insulation with sub-frame

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interior wall panel

bamboo

hedge as barrier

Section of lawn bowling 

lawn bowling field

entrance gate (for closure after operation hours)

ground hedge as barrier

Section of lawn bowling 

entrance gate (for closure after operationhours)

ground

entrance gate (for closure after operation hours)

lawn bowling field

hedge as barrier 800 LED strip

entrance gate

hedge as barrier

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Diagram and illustration of day and night view of plant rooms Standardized façade detail for plant rooms serving as ‘lantern’ 

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Standardized façade detail for plant rooms serving as ‘lantern’ 

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800 External granite pavement

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External granite pavement

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ECO-landscape

ECOLOGICAL PLANTING ON SEWAGE TREATMENT BUILDINGS AND RIVERS

2018 JAN - MAY (conceptual design to construction stage) Assist LA in different stages of 2 term contracts, Design & Contract administration including : - Trial planting to select suitable native, aquatic & riparian plants on trial sites - Landscape design for existing DSD’s sites to enhance biodiversity, restoring river banks and creating better habitats - Maintained on another term contract, Self-supply and propagate planting materials from a DSD nursery


Waterfront promenade adjacent to the Hong Kong Children’s Hospital 2017 MAY - DEC ARCHSD In-house design project

PERSPECTIVE VIEW FROM SOUTH WEST DIRECTION (ARTIST'S IMPRESSION)

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香港兒童醫院旁的海濱長廊 WATERFRONT PROMENADE ADJACENT TO THE HONG KONG CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

Waterfront promenade adjacent to the Hong Kong Children’s Hospital (tender preparation stage) Assist LA in Construction contracts, and pre-tender & tendering procedures i.e. Project Coordination Meeting, Tender Drawing, planting plan and schedule with regard to professional practice management, professional responsibilities, liabilities, and ethics 附件2附錄3

ANNEX 3 TO ENCLOSURE 2

ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Zone 1 Entrance - Sign Location


9a – Metal strip on top to highlight the texts and reduce sharp angles

10b – Corten steel finishes 10b – Corten steel finishes

11b – Painted steel finishes


Government house renovation 2017 MAY - DEC ARCHSD Design & Build In-house project

- External works installation inspection

Assist LA in Construction contracts, Contract administration & Design in: - Soft landscape, Hard landscape and Detail design - Tender drawings - Planting material submission and inspection - External works installation inspection - Handover and defect inspection

- Handover and defect inspection


FLOWER SHOW 2018 ARCHSD Term Contract In-house project

2017 DEC - 2018 MAR (conceptual design to construction stage) Lam Tung, Jasmine | LAG/16/1 | Work Portfolio Extract Assist LATsz in Construction contracts, Contract administration & Design in: - Feasibility Studies, site planning, conceptual design - Soft landscape, Hard landscape and Detail design and review - Full set of Tender drawings Soft landscape design andquality Preparation of tender drawing in: - Planting material submission, control and inspection ‧Flower show 2018 – ArchSD

Lam Tsz Tung, Jasmine |

LAG/16/1 |

Work Portfolio Extract

Soft landscape design and Preparation of tender drawing in: ‧Flower show 2018 – ArchSD

Posting Period: 1/8/2017 – 31/8/2017 and 16/10/2017 - 31/1/

Posting Period: 1/8/2017 – 31/8/2017 and 16/10/2017 - 31/1


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   ! !  

!



 !   ! 



!



!

!

!

      

 

!





!



!

  ! 

!



 

!

          

!







!





!







!

!

!

  





!

!



!

 



  

!



!

 



!

    

!

!

 ! 



!



!



!

!

  

!

     

 





!

!

    

   

!

 !  ! 



         





   

   ! !  !



!

!

     



!

               

      

 



!

18°0'0"N





!

   

 

!

!

!  !

   





18°0'0"N





!

 

!

    





!

 

!



 

!

       

 





!



!



!



 

!



!



!



!

16°0'0"N



!

  

16°0'0"N



94°0'0"E

96°0'0"E

  



!



!

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80 Kilometers

98°0'0"E

  

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80 Kilometers

96°0'0"E

  

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 !

























Administrative Boundary - Region











































 !



10°0'0"N

8°0'0"N 94°0'0"E

!

!

90°0'0"E

18°0'0"N

 !

 



8°0'0"N

96°0'0"E

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Myanmar Regional Map 14

   

    



!





98°0'0"E

!

!

!

10°0'0"N



Myanmar Regional Map 9



12°0'0"N













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STUDIO YANGON 2015

DIVISION OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG

WATER FRONT PUBLIC TRANSPORT

TYPOLOGY AXONOMETRICS I: STEPPED SHORELINE Long-Tail Boats And Small Ferries Are Popular Means Of Transportation. Estimated 30,000 Passengers Navigate Across Yangon River Daily From Dala, Thanlyin And Irrawaddy Delta. Jetty Bridges Were Built With Flexible Joints To Deal With The Tidal Difference. River Cruises Dock At Cruise Terminals And Offer Onboard Sightseeing Trips For Tourists.

Composed by Jasmine Lam, Katrina Chiang, Bobby Bao, Carol Law, Cathy Doa, Emma Wang, Nicole Li Yvonne Xu, Smith Liu, Jason Jin

KEY PLAN

RIVER "BUSES"

Long-Tailed boat are acting as buses to the locals, with a busy scheduled rotures.

JETTIES TRADE

JETTIES TRADE

COMMUTING

People, grocery and fresh agricultural products are carried right away to the Yangon street markets behind the jetty.

Long-Tailed Boats is named for the drive shaft extend beyond the back of the boat, there are propellers at the back power by the automobile engine.

Most workers live across Yangon river and a stream of long tail boats does a busy trade ferrying them to and fro.

OPEN PUBLIC SPACE

Streets near the jetty is a vivid trade sport whcih one can find a vast array of goods, which make it a good gathering space for the local.

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HK Tram. ‘Tram’sformation is the the boldest social innovative project in HK mass transport system. I involved in the schematic design for the reflective skin.


LANDSCAPE


(left) Interior Design the built community center I involved mainly in negotiating with a HK-based Mainland furniture compan. Learnt to balance between the construction reality, sponsorship budget as well as the genuine user experience. The pre-fabricated furniture are assembled during the 14-day of final construction trip. To join and see the children using a design I fought for is a truly rewarding and insightful volunteering opportunity.

INTERIOR


May 2013 Design Studio Landfill landscape

Sports & Recreation Center SongZhuang, Beijing China Renderings


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