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GUANDE WU

“It is from zero, in zero, that the true movement of being begins.� - malevich kazimir


ARCHITECTURE

Emotional Resonance in Space. Time . Light

“Architecture, of all the arts, is the one which acts the most slowly, but the most surely, on the soul.� - Ernest Dimnet

What is Architecture? To me, Architecture is a process that ones open their hearts perceiving the natural being of material, light, space, and time; by experiencing, recalling, and comprehending them in different contexts with others in the society; creating spaces that evoke memory, emotional, spritual resoance that reflects humanity. Furthermore, Architecture is not only a shelter, but also it is water for a withering leaf within souls.

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CONTENT

CONNECTION _ EARTH SKY

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Columbus atheneum_ after post-industrialization

PRECEIVE_ THE PATH Clifton literacy center

A MIRROR_ REFLECT THE PAST vistor center of Cromeleque dos Almendres

KPF INTERN

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Dongjiadu masterplaning & lobby design

SELLERS & COMPANY INTERN

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Dabaoling villa

SEED_ REBORN

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mildew & tree

DRAWING

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mildew & tree

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7TH ST FRANKLIN ST

WASHINGTON ST

JACKSON ST

7TH ST

6TH ST 6TH ST

N PROGRAM Museum + Artist Studio/Housing ROLE Guande Wu Main Designer Connor Hymes Site Analysis / Designer Ghislaine Garcia Castillo Sustaibable Analysis / Designer LOCATION Columbus, IN DATE 2014 Fall

The Design for the Columbus Athenaeum combines architectural design with museumspecific requirements within an overall framework of environmental sustainability. The museum seeks to become a threshold of nature and culture. The building itself embodies the concept of a museum while integrating natural and urban elements through the outward expression of structure and nature. Our aim is to create an inviting, vibrant, and unique space that celebrates local materials, wildlife, and community connections. Our proposal combines the existing culture and built environment with the abundance of natural wildlife creating a public learning environment for art, culture, and nature. The built environment and nature are often seen as two separate aspects that we seek to combine and accentuate through integrated greenspaces and unique construction methods with local materials. Columbus, Indiana is a walking city that has been blessed with great architecture, with this in mind we designed allowing for the public to have an open dialogue with the building and its interior spaces. Unlike most buildings occurring along the street with heavy closed off facades we interpreted the faรงade as layers that highlighted the structure and natural elements.


THE COLUMBUS ATHENEUM // transform the modern architecture mentality of columbus IN to be Sustainable and Vernacular rediscover the Connection between human and earth (post-industrialization) // expressing and celerabrating Structure instead of hiding // Served vs. Servant spaces ..... spaicial organization // Void vs Devoid .... Above ground vs Underground // Free oriented, unpredicted, circular space within Rigid structure grids - five points of architecture by Le corbusier

// elevation

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// MAXIMIZE THE SPACE & SOLAR CONTACT SURFACE

// CREATE A SOUTH ORINATED COURTYARD // CREATE EAST ORINATED GREEN WALL

// SEPARATE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SPACE BASED ON PROGRAM

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Heating and in thermal system Below is our Es

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ENERGY CONSU (kBtu per sq ft

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MUSEUM AV 108.12 kBtu

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OUR ESTIMA 92.12 kBtu

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SECTION B-B SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

33% of wate hydration o

Solar Thermal System & PV Panels are found on the roof of this building. They propose a contemporary approach in energizing the building with solar power. 1000 Btu/hr-sq ft in a day for area of 14,000 Sq. Ft

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By using passive strategies, LEAF integrates design and the stacking effect for natural ventilation throughout the building.

AC Receptacle AC - DC Converter AC Mech. Device Electrical Distrbition

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Indiana has over 85 local tree types Maple Beech, being the most abundant. LEAF proposes to use local resources such as the Maple Beech as the main structure of the building.

Stacking Effect for Natural Ventilition DC 30v. Lighting Photovoltaics Views to Sky and Dynamic

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LEAF promotes the usage of biking in the city by providing a secure temporary bike lock-up storage room.

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33% of rain water is used to hydrate plant life on the two green roofs located on the north and south ends of LEAF. 60% of rain water is collected in the grey water retention basin to facilitate black water uses.

DC System Controller and Wireless Dimmer Summer Solar Noon Position Parking Garage Green Roof

SELECTED DESIGN ST 12.8% 13.1% 20.3% 47.8% 6%

Sun Shading Natural Venti Internal Heat Heating, add Dehumidifica

100% TOTAL


% of rain water is used to drate plant life on the two een roofs located on the rth and south ends of AF. 60% of rain water is llected in the grey water tention basin to facilitate ack water uses.

rused is used to to n e on thethe twotwo ed on on thethe ds ends of of nater water is is yrey water water acilitate o facilitate .

OUR ESTIMATE 92.12 kBtu OUR ESTIMATE 60.02 kBtu

OUR ESTIMATE 32.10 kBtu

// STRATEGY & PERFORMANCE

SAVE 44.5% ENERGY

60% of rain water stored in grey water basin to facilitate black water uses.

33% of water used for

hydration of green roofs. Heating Heating and and insulation insulation is the is the keykey factor factor columbia columbia IN. Therefore, Therefore, we we chose chose to use to use solar solar CLIMATE ANALYSIS &IN.STRATEGY thermal thermal system system to heat to heat up up thethe space. space. Its efficiency Its efficiency is about is about twice twice higher higher than than PV PV Panels. Panels. Below Below is our is our Estimate Estimate Result. Result.

WIND SPEED & DIRECTION

Wind directions are from all sides, and the speed is low-velocity, which helps the building cool down gradually during summer.

ENERGY ENERGY CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTION (kBtu (kBtu perper sq ft) sq ft)

SOLAR SOLAR THERMAL THERMAL SYSTEM SYSTEM & PV & PV PANELS PANELS SYSTEM. SYSTEM. HIGH HIGH R VALUE R VALUE FOR FOR SELECTED DESIGN STRATEGIES: JAN - DEC INSULATIONS INSULATIONS

Wind directions are from all sides, and the speed is low-velocity, which helps the building cool down gradually during summer.

ENERGY ENERGY CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTION (kBtu (kBtu perper sq ft) sq ft)

12.8% Sun Shading of Windows 13.1% Natural Ventilation Cooling

MUSEUM MUSEUM AVERAGE AVERAGE 20.3% Internal Heat Gain 108.12 108.12 kBtu kBtuadd Humidification if needed 47.8% Heating, 6%

Dehumidification if needed

100% TOTAL

OUR OUR ESTIMATE ESTIMATE 92.12 92.12 kBtu kBtu OUR OUR ESTIMATE ESTIMATE 60.02 60.02 kBtu kBtu

OUR OUR ESTIMATE ESTIMATE 32.10 32.10 kBtu kBtu

SAVE SAVE 44.5% 44.5% ENERGY ENERGY

WATER USAGE

Green Roof - stormwater storage Grey water recycling system - flashing the toilet.

ENERGY USAGE Heating and insulation is the key after running “climate consultant 6”.In order to maximize the solar heat gain, we chose solar thermal collector for heating the space. Its efficiency is about twice higher than PV Panels. Belows is our Estimate Resuilt. ENERGY CONSUMPTION (kBtu per sq ft)

33% 33% of water of water used used for for hydration hydration of green of green roofs. roofs.

60% 60% of rain of rain water water stored stored in grey in grey water water basin basin to facilitate to facilitate black black water water uses. uses.

SOLAR THERMAL SYSTEM & PV PANELS SYSTEM. HIGH R VALUE FOR INSULATIONS

ENERGY CONSUMPTION (kBtu per sq ft)

MUSEUM AVERAG E 108.12 kBtu

SELECTED SELECTED DESIGN DESIGN STRATEGIES: STRATEGIES: JANJAN - DEC - DEC

OUR ESTIMATE 92.12 kBtu

12.8% 12.8% SunSun Shading Shading of Windows of Windows 13.1% 13.1% Natural Natural Ventilation Ventilation Cooling Cooling 20.3% 20.3% Internal Internal Heat Heat Gain Gain 47.8% 47.8% Heating, Heating, addadd Humidification Humidification if needed if needed 6% 6% Dehumidification Dehumidification if needed if needed

OUR ESTIMATE 32.10 kBtu

OUR ESTIMATE 60.02 kBtu SAVE 44.5% ENERGY

100% 100% TOTAL TOTAL 1 2 3 4

AC Receptacle AC - DC Converter AC Mech. Device Electrical Distrbition

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Stacking Effect for Natural Ventilition DC 30v. Lighting Photovoltaics Views to Sky and Dynamic

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DC System Controller and Wireless Dimmer Summer Solar Noon Position Parking Garage Green Roof

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Sectional Bay Model (E-W) Sectional Bay Model (W-E) Program / Structure Models Facade Study Detail Study

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The wind direction is highly variable and is not predominantly from any single direction..

nov - april raining season

summer

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73° 39.21

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// MAXIMIZE THE SPACE & SOLAR CONTACT SURFACE

// CREATE A SOUTH ORINATED COURTYARD // CREATE EAST ORINATED GREEN WALL

// SEPARATE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SPACE BASED ON PROGRAM

12 10

73º

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Heating an thermal sy Below is o

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ENERGY C (kBtu per

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MUSEU 108.12

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OUR ES 92.12 k

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SECTION B-B SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

Solar Thermal System & PV Panels are found on the roof of this building. They propose a contemporary approach in energizing the building

33% of hydrati

By using passive strategies, LEAF integrates design and the stacking effect for natural ventilation throughout the

Indiana has over 85 local tree types Maple Beech, being the most abundant. LEAF propos-

LEAF promotes the usage of biking in the city by providing a secure temporary bike lock-up storage room.

33% of rain water is used to hydrate plant life on the two green roofs located on the north and south ends of

SELECTED DESIG


// CONCEPT & DETAIL

STAIR

PARKING STRUCTURE

// EXTERIOR STAIR CONNECTS PARKING AND PLAZA, WHICH FRAMES AN ENCLOSED

SERVANT SPACE

nd insulation is the key factor columbia IN. Therefore, we chose to use solar ystem to heat up the space. Its efficiency is about twice higher than PV Panels. our Estimate Result.

CONSUMPTION sq ft)

SOLAR THERMAL SYSTEM & PV PANELS SYSTEM. HIGH R VALUE FOR INSULATIONS

ENERGY CONSUMPTION (kBtu per sq ft)

AXIS

UM AVERAGE kBtu

FLOOR PLAN (1ST) not on scale

STIMATE kBtu

water used for ion of green roofs.

GN STRATEGIES: JAN - DEC

OUR ESTIMATE 32.10 kBtu

SERVED SAPCE

OUR ESTIMATE 60.02 kBtu SAVE 44.5% ENERGY

60% of rain water stored in grey water basin to facilitate black water uses.

The overall design strategy incorporates the use of the abundant natural aspects of Indiana alongside the great architectural history that Columbus, Indiana has to offer. As populations increase cities begin to encroach on the natural landscape. Bringing more green spaces into cities will help incorporate the urban landscape and natural wildlife into the city. Introducing the people to local wood is a major¬ component of this project giving the building a sense of place in the city. Tall wooden columns mimic nearby trees and give the space great vertically and an openness. Sustainability is a newer aspect being introduced to Columbus, Indiana and this building is one of the first to allow an integration of sustainability, local materials, and architecturally significant building in the walking tour of Columbus, Indiana. Allowing for a more aesthetically appealing introduction to sustainability will give people a better understanding of how much of a key component sustainability can be to good design.

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The project sits in the heart of the business center of Columbus, Indiana on the northeast corner of 6th and Washington. LEAF could potentially partner up with small local business in the district and promote the usage of biking. This could then create a bike share movement that Columbus, Indiana, is in dire need of. The first level of LEAF consists of a piazza, civic space that is open to the public. Not only can this athenaeum provide a relaxing place for local business to sit and have lunch but it can also be a place to promote and display the latest works of businesses. This plaza can house a local farmer’s market for businesses in and around Columbus, Indiana. With its overhang and civic space available, locals have opportunities for contributing to the heart of Columbus, Indiana through their innovative works. LEAF gives back to the community by creating a center for learning and economic growth. The light wood and glass construction of the main public spaces allow a vast amount of southern and eastern light to enter the building during the daytime. The canted roof allows for as much sun as possible to reach the interior from the west while allowing for maximum light to reach the solar panels placed on the main roof. There are also two green roofs atop private spaces that are raised above the main wooden roof allowing for light to reach plant life giving a hierarchy to the more natural elements in the building. The concrete enclosed living quarters are located on the most southern end of the building with specific openings for each living unit.

Andropogon gerardii

Asclepias tuberosa

Baptisia australis

Ceanothus americanus

Sanguinaria canadensis

Solidago speciosa

Sorghastrum nutans

Monarda fistulosa


// SPATIAL COMPOSITION & EXPERIENCE

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ENTRNACE

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STAIR

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SECOND FLOOR EXHIBITION

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GREEN ROOF - PROMOTE LOCAL ECO-SYSTEM

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PROGRAM COMMUNITY LIBRARY ROLE SELF LOCATION CLIFTON, OH DATE 2010 Fall

Objective is to design a literary center in the Ludlow Comunnity which would serve the local residents and visiting writers. Express the motion of energy, which implys the meaning of passing the knowledge from one generation to another.


THE CLIFTON LITERRARY CENTER // chanllenge the traditional entrance by creating a connection from one street to the other // express the motion of energy, which implys the meaning of passing the knowledge from one generation to another.

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// Analyze the sunlight and shadows created by surrounding through the year // Optimize the design for coming natural light. // Caculate the heat gain and heat loss in different season and time.

3-26-2010

// Analyze the surrounding context.

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Semi-Public Space Conference room

Public Space Children library

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PROGRAM VISTOR CENTER ROLE MIKE ZHAO, GUANDE WU LOCATION ÉVORA, PORTUGAL DATE 2015 WINTER

WHAT MAKES A CONNECTION TO THE SITE? WHAT IS A STONE HENDGE MONUMENT? WHAT WOULD REFLECT THE PAST? SPACE? GALAXY? SACRIFICE?

WATER life REFLECTION Catch the Galaxy OVAL A repeating form that connects back to Cromeleque do Almendres


A MIRROR _REFLECT THE PAST

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INTERN KPF NY PROGRAM MASTER PLANNING ROLE GRAPHIC LOCATION SHANGHAI CHINA DATE 2014 SRPING

// graphic design/editing, Coorinating with the design of master planing . // conduct plan, section and detail changes, coordination, graphic rendering 3d modeling, material selection,


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elevation _ floor plan

lobby


side entrance

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INTERN SELLERS AND COMPANY ARCHITECTS WARREN VT. PROGRAM DABAOLING VILLA ROLE CAD_ GRAPHIC LOCATION DABAOLING BEIJING CHINA DATE 2011 SUMMER

// Plans, Sectios,Research, Revit 3d modeling, presentation, communication with clients and rendering company. (Work with architect Rudy Polwin)


FIRST FLOOR // PUBLIC SPACE -breakfast hall -dinning hall -bar/cigar -banquet hall -conference room -reception -spa room -swimming pool

SECOND FLOOR // PRIVATE SPACE -bedroom -personal office

BASEMENT // ENTERTAIMENT -staff room -mechanical room -pool table room -mini theater -bar/coffee

circulation

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SEED


REBORN

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DRAWING


“Drawing is not the form; it is the way of seeing the form.� - Edgar Degas

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