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Global Perspective | Jazzy Li architecture and graphic design portfolio


“Architecture is ‘frozen music’… Really there is something in this; the tone of mind produced by architecture approaches the effect of music.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

“建筑是凝固的音乐……现在想来也真的不无道理,由建筑传达的情绪,确实与音 乐的效果近似。” 约翰 •沃尔夫冈 •冯 •歌德


About Me

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orn in 1989, Yueqi ‘Jazzy’ Li spent the first 13 years of his life in a small city in Central China (Baoji, Shaanxi Province.) An only-child, he was however never spoiled by his parents. In fact, it was during this period when Li developed his outgoing personality and hardworking spirit, which have benefited him ever since then. In early 2003, his family moved to Beijing, the capital of China, thanks to a promotion Li’s father received. Originally reluctant to leave his hometown, the then 7th grader soon discovered the unparalleled resources and opportunities a capital city undergoing massive development and globalization could offer. Before long, Li became a frequent visitor to bookstores, museums, and international exhibits and listed the city as his ultimate favorite. However, the real change in his life didn’t arrive until Li got into the most prestigious high school in China in 2005 - Beijing No. 4 High School. Selected as class president for the freshman year, Li constantly motivated himself to nurture his leadership skills by continuing to serve as

关于 Minister of Art and Culture of the Student Government as well as Vice President of the Model UN organization. Li was selected to travel with the school principal on a trip to a sister school in Christchurch, New Zealand in early 2006. Li’s very first abroad experience opened up a brand new horizon of his future and had a huge influence on the big decision he was determined to make after he returned home: to go to college in the US. In 2008, Li traveled across the Pacific to study architecture at Tulane University, where he received the distinctive Dean’s Honor Scholarship. After only one year of study, Li produced a high quality portfolio, which helped him land a summer internship with the Swiss Chinese firm EXH Design in Shanghai, China in 2009. A current 2nd-year student, Jazzy Li is looking for a summer internship with this new portfolio of his best work. Capable and Passionate for architecture, Li will do his best to add great value and dynamics to your office.

于1989年,李樾祺在中国陕西省宝鸡市度过 了他生命的前十三年。作为独生子的他,正 是在这个时期在父母的影响下形成了让他至今受益 的开朗性格和努力向上的品德。 2003年,当时上初一的李樾祺因为父亲的工作调 动而随父母移居首都北京。本很不情愿离开故乡的 他,很快意识到这个高速发展中的国际化城市里蕴 藏着的难以比拟的资源和机会。他爱上了北京,爱 上了首都的书城,英语角,博物馆,以及各种各样 的国际演出与展览。 2005年的夏天,李樾祺以优异成绩考入全国最负 盛名的北京四中。一入高中,他便被选为班长,在 接下来的学期里,积极进取的他又同时兼任了学生 会文艺部长和模拟联合国社团副主席等职务,领导 能力得到了极大的锻炼和成长。李樾祺因这些表现 而被选拔和校长一起去新西兰基督城的姊妹学校访 问。他这第一次不过半个月的出国经历,却深深的 影响了他对学习和未来的思考。回国后不久,他下 定决心:去美国读大学。 2008年夏天,他飞到大洋彼岸的美国,以全奖生 的身份来到位于新奥尔良的杜兰大学(Tulane University)学习建筑。仅仅经过一年的学习,他便做 出了一部高质量的作品集,并因这作品集成功地找 到了在上海的中瑞合办EXH Design印西诃设计有 限公司的暑期实习机会。 目前作为五年建筑系大二的李樾祺,又完成了这本 最新的作品集,希望能通过它好寻到2010年夏天 的实习机会,并期望通过努力为实习公司的发展和 建设做出贡献。

Beijing, China Baoji, China 2

Shanghai, China


Contents 目录 XujiahuiFacadeDesign徐家汇高层立面设计

shanghai, china

中国上海

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NanxiangUrbanVilla南翔城市别墅

shanghai, china

17th Street Canal Viewing Platform 十七街运河观景台 new orleans, la 美国新奥尔良

中国上海

Freret Street Micro-Dorm 福莱特街微型宿舍 new orleans, la 美国新奥尔良

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Turtle Cove Research Pavilion 乌龟湾科研亭 manchac, la 美国曼查克

Bi-Mix Housing 双混住宅 new orleans, la 美国新奥尔良

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Canal Street Fire Station 卡纳尔街消防站 new orleans, la 美国新奥尔良

Freelance Graphic Design 平面设计 location varies 位置不定

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complex rendering

3d Modeller: 3D Max, Sketchup, and Rhino Renderer: V-Ray New Orleans, LA 3


Xujiahui Facade Design, Shanghai, China © EXH DESIGN Summer Internship With EXH Design

Located in one of the city centers of Shanghai, China, this project of 3 residential and 2 office towers was originally designed by a large state-owned corporate firm. However, the client came to EXH after the plans had been halfway through government approval, seeking an ‘attractive and modern’ look for this complex. The challenge for EXH lies in the little leeway in changing the existing plans and how to create an aesthetically pleasing and practically functional building envelope. Taking a geometric cutting approach, the new facade aims to create a dynamic effect that will become a strong aarchitectural icon for its immediate neighborhhood. www.exhdesign.com w Credit:

Conceptual design 2D drafting Physical and digital site model and process models 3D modelling

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这个地处上海徐家汇黄金商圈的项目由三栋住宅楼 和两栋办公楼构成。其最初设计由有一家大型的设 计院完成。当项目的平面图已经审批过半之时,对 最初设计不甚满意的客户找到了印西诃,希望能给 这五栋建筑赋予现代而有新意的外观。 对于印西诃设计来说,最大的挑战在于无法大动平 面和结构的限制,以及如何设计一个既在美学上优 雅而同时又富有功能的立面。通过多种多样的几何 切割,新的立面为建筑带来了动感的效果,使其成 为徐家汇区域内的一处新地标。 www.exhdesign.com 项目参与程度 概念设计 2D制图 实体基地模型和研究模型 3D建模


office tower II rendering

original rendering

modified site plan

site model 1:400 5


office tower I rendering

office tower I modified floor plan 1:500 6

process models 1:200


residential towers I and II rendering

ventilation detail (perforated copper panels)

residential tower I modified floor plan 1:500 7


Nanxiang Urban Villa, Shanghai, China © EXH DESIGN

Summer Internship With EXH Design

这是一个位于上海西边南翔的住宅项目。基地呈狭 长带状(370mx60m);其南面沿河,北面与工 业区相连。 为最大化的利用景观和朝向,所有的停车位和一条 双车道的公路都被安排在了北边,而公共步道则沿 河布置。步道起始于入口广场,贯穿每个建筑物后 终结于尾端的活动场地。住宅为高层和底层结合以 满足容积率的要求。为了使‘在绿色中居住’成为 可能,所有建筑都被经过景观设计的植物环绕,让 交通和噪音都消失在建筑物后面。 居住体验上,设计的理念是让建筑物反映出有时代 精神的生活方式——拥有开放透明的空间和充足 的阳光和新鲜空气。为了能达到这个目标,在具体 的户型设计上‘内阳台’被广泛使用。 内阳台在 空间上既是私密和公共的分割,也是室内空间向外 的延伸。在好的天气里打开滑动门,所有房间贯 穿为一体,居住着便能体会到在上海少有的空间 深度。 www.exhdesign.com 项目参与程度 2D制图 实体模型 3D建模 日照阴影研究 立面研究

This housing project located in Nanxiang, a suburban area 25 kilometers (15 miles) west to downtown Shanghai, maximizes the value of the landscape by creating open and green spaces that address the lack of quality contemporary living in Shanghai. Sandwiched between a river to the south and an industrial area in the north, the 370m x 60m (1200’ x 200’) linear site provides both opportunities and challenges. In an effort to block the exhaust and noise from the north, a two-lane road access and parking lots for both cars and bikes are arranged along the northern edge as a buffer. Apartment buildings of two main types (high-rises and low-rise villas) are laid out with the goal of framing views to the river in mind. As individual as they seem to be, an entrance plaza and a playground in the back linked by a continuous promenade through the covered ground floors of the highrises and the villas begin to pull the buildings together and form an intimate community for the residents. www.exhdesign.com Credit:

2D drafting Physical and digital models Sun and shadow studies Facade exploration

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site plan 1: 400

vegetation plan 1: 400

pedestrian traffic plan 1:400

south facade perspective

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small highrise ground floor plan 1:400

small highrise floor plan type A 1:400

small highrise floor plan type B 1:400

small highrise floor plan type C 1:400


highrise rendering

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large villa ground floor plan 1:400

arge villa second floor plan 1:400

large villa third floor plan 1:400

large villa roof plan 1:400

large villa southwest elevation 1:400

large villa northwest elevation 1:400


large villa rendering

covered public space rendering

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Turtle Cove Research Pavilion, Manchac, LA Second-year Studio Project

The Turtle Cove Environmental Research Station is a field research and educational facility of Southeastern Louisiana University and is located in the Lake Pontchartrain estuarine ecosystem. Set deep in the marsh, this pavilion is an addition to the main station, which is connected by 2 miles of boardwalk The deisgn intends to marks the juncture between the man-made boardwalk and the organic landscape below. Serving as a classroom and viewing platform, the enclosure seeks to blur the transition between indoor, outdoor, man-made and organic spaces. The walls and roof planes are discretely segmented, allowing their perceived unity to change with the varying infiltration of natural factors such as sun, shadow and wind through their gaps. Derived from a cypress tree root, the screen system further blurs these boundaries while shielding the structure from western sun. The building is designed to be self sustainable. Power is provided by the solar panels installed on the roof, and water is collected in a cistern with a purification system at the bottom of the sloped roof.

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这个位于美国路易斯安那州南部湿地上的科研亭表 达的是一种自然与人造有机结合的设计理念。作为 一个科研教学场所和观景亭,整个结构通过平面的 交错和间隔模糊了传统上室内与室外、人造与天然 的严格区分。虽然墙面和屋顶被精心的分成不相连 有间隔的四块,视觉上它们依然是‘一面墙一个屋 顶‘的整体。而在阳光照射下屡屡光线通过这些间 隔穿入亭子中;随着时间的推移不断带来光线,阴 影,微风的变化。 亭子的西面和北面被一个精心设计的屏包围。屏的 图案来源于路易斯安那州湿地中常见的柏树根。经 过从平面到3D再简化为平面的过程,最终获取了 这个图案。这扇屏在为西晒提供遮阳的同时,也进 一步模糊了亭子本身和自然的界限。 节能环保也是这个设计的重要要求之一。科研亭的 电力来源于位于屋顶的太阳能电池板,而水源则由 置于斜屋顶底部的蓄水池和净化系统提供。


floor plan 1/32”=1’-0”

southeast perspective

roof plan 1/32”=1’-0”

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section 1/32”=1’-0”

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basswood model 1/16”=1’-0”


form tracing

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simplify

screen pattern development

solar panels beams metal screen

exploded axonometric

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Canal Street Fire Station, New Orleans, LA Second-year Studio Project

A thorough site research was conducted before the schematic design process for this project. It was discovered that this 330’ x 200’ city block bears an elongated rectangular shape and the block stretches several miles towards both directions, forming a strip of linear rectangles among typical square blocks in mid-city New Orleans. Surrounded by traditional shotgun residential development, the site calls for a functional, modern, and sustainable design that retains its compatibility to the neighborhood. The scheme utilizes 13 volumes whose scale relates to the site and corresponds to a typical shotgun. Every single element is set up to follow a 4’ grid, with the exception of the shifted center piece: the apparatus bay and the recreation room on the second floor. With the building only occupying about 30% of the site, landscaping becomes vitally important to the overall quality of the design.

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The same grid and module is used to create an homogeneous relationship between the architecture and the landscape. Mostly covered by greenery, the site becomes a urban plaza with ponds, trees, and parking spaces to fully engage the neighborhood with this public project.

这个位于新奥尔良市主干道之一卡纳尔街上的消防 站坐落在一个100m x 60m的城市地块上。基地 被四条道路相夹,南面为主干道卡纳尔街。通过深 度的基地分析可发现,虽为一个整体的城市地块 (city block),但此块呈狭长长方形的地块与美 国城市最常见的100m x 100m地块在几何形体上 有明显区别。相反,它在平面上却与美国南部的典 型shotgun民居原型极为相似。更为特殊的是,这 个狭长地块在新奥尔良城中区向北向南各延伸数公 里,这种城市尺度的延续性不应被忽略。 虽然是一座能容纳三辆全尺寸消防车的大型公共建 筑,但与基地的尺度相比,这个消防站却无法占有 所有的面积。于是,如何在剩余的土地上进行景观 设计并使其有机地与建筑物本身结合为一体便成了 设计的主要理念之一。

利用从基地分析中获得的狭长长方形,两层的消 防站由13个尺度与传统shotgun民居原型相似的 体块错位叠加而成,行程了多种多样的内、外和 遮盖、无遮盖阳台。平面的安排使用了一个4英尺 (1.3m)的模数系统。主要的空间都在4英尺和其 三倍12英尺这个尺度上进行安排。唯一打破这个 规律的结构是经过扭转后位于建筑中央的消防车库 和在车库正上方硕大的消防员休息活动室。 整个基地的景观设计也遵循了这个4与12的模数系 统。基地以绿地作为基础,在其之上错位放置了尺 度相同的水池,植被和停车位,进而形成了一个开 放式的花园广场,真正赋予了消防站公共建筑的公 共含义。


covered area

concept diagram

balcony

covered area

program diagram

apparatus / maintenance administrative residential

site diagram showing block coninuity and rendered site plan

circulation diagram

public staircase private staircase egress staircase

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ground floor plan 1/64”=1’-0”

second floor plan 1/64”=1’-0”

canal street elevation1/64”=1’-0”

longitudinal section 1/64”=1’-0”

sleeping cell interior

day room / recreation room interior

process diagrams

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roof and landscape plan 1/64”=1’-0”

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17th Street Canal Viewing Platform, New Orleans, LA First-year Studio Project

During Hurricane Katrina, a portion of the 17th Street Canal flood wall was breached and water surged into the low land, flooding many areas of the city. Due to the increasing demand of visitors to view the fatal failures, the New Orleans city government decides to provide a public observation platform along the breach site. Designed for the purpose of viewing, reflecting, meditating, praying, and observing the breached wall, the project seeks to explore the possibility of static wood pieces creating dynamic forms of motion. Four ramps that meet A.D.A. Specifications ascend up to 12’ off the ground and comprise the primary structure. The undulating effect along the side, evocative of the water and the disaster, was created by 2” x 4” x 8’ wood sticks bolted to two layers of deliberately designed brackets which are in turn connected to the ramp railings. As one starts walking on the ramp, the undulating effect of the wood sticks and their shadows become even more dynamic. Four viewing platforms of increasing heights are provided, with the last one at the end being the highest and crossing over the flood wall.

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在2005年新奥尔良卡特里娜飓风中,十七 街运河的大坝因施工缺陷无法抵住高涨的河 水而崩塌,导致城市很大一部分被淹,因而 臭名昭著。飓风后大坝很快被修复并加固, 而当年决堤的地点也成为了游客在后卡特里 娜时代在新奥尔良必须参观的重要地点。新 奥尔良政府因而希望能在此处建造一个无障 碍和方便拆卸转移的观景台。 这个设计采用轻制木结构,与传统多由直角 和直线组成的木结构建筑不同,这个设计力 求在采用最基本的材料和技术下创造出非传 统的曲线形体与动感。 整个观光台由四个基本的斜坡组成,而波浪 状的效果则是由许多2英寸 x 4英寸 x 8英 尺(5cm x 10 cm x 800cm)的木条以精 心设计并计算的间距连接在斜坡的扶手结构 上形成的。游客沿着斜坡缓缓上升,这木条 本身形成的和其阴影投射出的双重波浪效果 变得更为动感,折射出当时飓风掀起的滔天 巨浪。整个建筑提供了四个高度逐渐上升的 观景平台,位于坡道最后的一个最高,超过 并部分跨国了防洪墙,以提供最好的视野。


aerial view of the site during hurricane katrina

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plan 1/32”=1’-0”

basswood model 1/16”=1’-0”


basswood structural mockup 1/2”=1’-0”

rendered elevation

basswood model 1/16”=1’-0”

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Freret Street Micro Dorm, New Orleans, LA Second-year Studio Project

This scheme of the 30-person off-campus dormitory for Tulane University centers around a grand porch and a double-height lounge, aiming to create a friendly and intimate connection between residents of the building. Located on the first floor is a storefront space dedicated to Tulane City Center required by the program, which is separated from the rest of the dormitory. Communal spaces of varying sizes, both indoor and outdoor, are located on every floor. Instead of stacking them on top of each other, bridging, overlapping and cantilevering strategies were used to visually and psychologically connect them, pulling residents together and away from an increasingly isolated world. The giant porch serves as an outdoor communal space and an extension to the grand lounge on the second floor. Likewise, balconies above become extensions to the communal space on each floor and connections between each of these outdoor spaces including the private courtyard on the ground naturally occur to encourage cross-floor interactions. This scheme also utilizes inclined surfaces to create useful transitional in-between spaces and to evoke the feeling of a traditional pitched roof home. Sustainability wise, ample sunshade for the fully glazed west facade is provided through the metal screen attached at a slant to the main structure. The sloped roof also provides ideal spaces for solar panels and a water collection system for the rooftop pool.

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这个为杜兰大学设计的30人微型宿舍旨在通过创 造大尺度的室外空间和双层通高的室内休闲空间 (lounge)来加强学生间的交流与联系。 一楼临街的门面房也拥有双层通高,并完全与宿 舍的其他部分分离。根据项目的要求,用来给杜 兰城市设计中心 (Tulane City Center) 提供办公 与展览空间。 一层的居民拥有一个独立的庭院,而向上每一层 也都拥有不同大小的室内与室外公共活动空间。 与传统的垂直叠加不同,这些空间通过连接、重 叠以及悬挑等方式进行安排,以使它们在视觉上 和直觉上都有一种联系,鼓励居住在这里的学生 们能在这个日渐分离的世界上加强交流与互动。 二层的超大室外露台是双层通高的室内休息活动 室的延伸。同样其上数层的阳台也成为了室内公 共空间对外的延展。这些室外空间的安排让居住 者能方便舒适的在不同层之间对话聊天。 这个方案同时也使用了斜面来创造过渡性空间和 美国传统的斜屋顶居家住宅体验。环保上讲,一 扇巨大的屏被斜着连接在完全透明的西立面上以 提供充足的遮阳。斜屋顶也为太阳能电池板和为 屋顶泳池提供水源的蓄水系统提供了理想空间。


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grand lounge rendering

1/8”=1’-0” bas relief model (12 sections)

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freret street elevation 1/16”=1’-0”

1/8”=1’-0” model (view on freret street approaching the dorm )


sectional perspective

soniat street elevation 1/16”=1’-0”

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Primitive Modernity - Vacation Rental Housing, Big Bend National Park, TX Second-year Studio Project

Located in the heart of the Big Bend National Park, TX, this vacation rental housing project aims to provide its tenants the best lodging experience while maintaining a healthy contact to the surrounding natural senary. It was designed with the principle in mind that architecture on such a remote but stunningly beautiful site should begin to engage the nature as opposed to competing for the primary existence. To ensure the ‘viewing democracy‘ within the cluster, all the units are arranged on an arch whose radii all point to the monumental rock scene in the middle of the River de Grande. Enclosed by a porous wall assembly using primitive on-site materials - straw and shale - the interior becomes a micro-climate that enjoys a dappled light effect and also the freedom to utilize glass ceiling and sliding doors to maximize spatial transparency and flexibility.

interior rendering

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这个位于德克萨斯州大版德国家公园的度 假区密西西比河堤岸边上的住宅项目将为 一位音乐家和一位作家提供独立而有联系 的生活空间。 住宅基地上现存一座带有不规则斜屋顶的 一层仓库,虽然允许进行改动甚至拆除, 但最终的设计完好无损地将其保留了下 来,以不打破这个临河并多工业社区的粗 犷风格。 新建筑被柱子完全提升起来并与现存建筑 分离,其底部延续了现存建筑屋顶的轮 廓,以创造一个连续的3英尺(0.9米)间 隔。这一设计使得新建筑好似密西西比河 中的船舶一浮了起来。

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site plan 1”=400’

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The section developed for this project took into account the hot and arid climate and makes use of a number of passive environmental strategies. As seen in the sectional perspective on the left, each unit is broken into two levels: one above the ground and cantilevering off of the cliff (the living); the other below the ground and embedded in earth (the sleeping). Shading for the ground level is provided through the micro-climate (see interior rendering) created by the porous exterior enclosure. The embedded level on the other hand, is set back six feet and utilizes the cantilever to provide shading for the bedrooms. In the winter when the sun position is low, both levels are able to get solar heat and day lighting. The fact that the site is located on an extremely hot and arid desert requires the buildings to not only have ample shading but also an effective cooling system. Taking advantage of the spring source and the prevailing southeastern winds in the summer, natural cooling begin to take shape. Openings in line with the corridor between the two glass units are cut out on the exterior enclosure to facilitate south-north ventilation. Together with the flexible voids formed by the sliding doors, staggering and high-ribbon openings on two other sides of the enclosure are designed to facilitate east-west ventilation. Water from the spring also circulates thorough and around the units to further cool down the breezes, maintaining a high comfort level in the interior. sectional perspective showing ventilationg and shading strategy down at the bottom

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entrance

on the sky deck


1/128” organization plan

1/16” detail plan _ ground level

1/16” detail plan _ underground level

under the walkway behind the community pool

end of walkway by one of the ‘viewing walls‘

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Riverside Bi-Mix Residence, New Orleans, LA Second-year Studio Project

Located adjacent to Mississippi River levee in Uptown New Orleans, this residence for a musician and a writer is built on the site of an existing onefloor warehouse. Although it was allowed to modify or even tear down the existing building, the final design leaves the warehouse with a sloped roof completely intact to preserve the rough style of this neighborhood along the industrial part of the river. The new two-floor structure is lifted up and separated from the ground floor by a series of columns. The bottom floor of the new addition was articulated in the way that it follows the existing roof profile and creates a consistent 3’ gap, allowing the building to ‘float’ above the warehouse like a ship in the river. By adding a rectangle to a triangle, a trapezoid is formed. The challenges brought by the triangular shape of the site is solved in the exactly same way. The organizational strategy in both plan and elevation utilizes this trapezoidal element and an orthogonal grid to relate the two reciprocal compartments of the building, both of which has panarama views towards the river.

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这个位于新奥尔良上城区密西西比河堤岸 边上的住宅项目将为一位音乐家和一位作 家提供独立而有联系的生活空间。 住宅基地上现存一座带有不规则斜屋顶的 一层仓库,虽然允许进行改动甚至拆除, 但最终的设计完好无损地将其保留了下 来,以不打破这个临河并多工业社区的粗 犷风格。 新建筑被柱子完全提升起来并与现存建筑 分离,其底部延续了现存建筑屋顶的轮 廓,以创造一个连续的3英尺(0.9米)间 隔。这一设计使得新建筑好似密西西比河 中的船舶一浮了起来。 三角形的基地本身带来了不少挑战,但通 过构造梯形(三角形一边添加一个长方 形),这些困难都个个解决。在平面和立 面的组织上,这个梯形元素都被反复运 用,分别为音乐家和画家构造出了两个相 具有河景视野互联系又相对独立的套房。


space for rent

garden storage

garage guest entrance

ground floor plan 1/32”=1’-0”

living room existing roof dining

ramp

balcony kitchen writer’s bedroom entrance

guest bedroom garden porch

second floor plan 1/32”=1’-0”

working area

small living existing roof shared balcony

balcony below

bedroom

garden

small living

balcony working area

third floor plan 1/32”=1’-0”

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1/16”basswood model

1/16”basswood model 32


working area

living room

small living

bedroom

dining

kitchen

entrance

guest bedroom

space for rent garage

cross section 1/32”=1’-0

working area

porch

working area

small living

writer’s bedroom

balcony

living room

ramp

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Graphic Design Work Location Varies

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Early in high school, Jazzy Li developed an interest in graphic design by taking elective courses on 3D Studio Max and Adobe Photoshop. He was fascinated by how art can be creatively expressed in a digital fashion and how with the new technology a brand new field of design can be explored. With great curiosity and passion, Li soon equipped himself with the ability to do basic graphic design by learning other design programs such as Illustrator and InDesign. He started trying out different things: T-shirt design, logo design, book/book covers, flyers, and posters. Months before Li moved to America for college, he officially became a graphic desinger for an American who ran two Tex-Mex style restaurants in Beijing.

In this capacity, Li completed a wide range of graphic projects, including menus, event posters, magazine advertisement as well as food photograpy. Jazzy Li have also been approached by other business owners to design company logos. As of now, two logos by Li have been selected and registered, respectively for a global translation service group and a social networking web site.

logo design | client: hytes group limited

high school commencement t-shirt design

李樾祺对平面设计的兴趣是在高中时期通过上 3D Max和Adobe Photoshop的选修课培养起 来的。艺术的数码表达和电脑技术的应用给平明 设计带来的新空间让他对更是对这一领域充满好 奇,决心要探索一番。 通过自学,李樾祺又掌握了Illustrator和InDesign,并很快就开始了基本的平面设计。他尝试 性地做了T恤设计,logo设计,书籍和专辑封面 设计,以及海报设计等等。 在他赴美留学的几个月前,李樾祺真正成为了一 名专业平面设计从业者。他为一个美国人在北京 开的两家德州墨西哥餐馆完成了各种各样的设 计,包括菜单,活动海报,杂志广告以及食品摄 影等等。 除此之外,其他商业人士也联系过他做logo设 计。截至目前,他分别为一个国际翻译服务公司 和一个SNS网站的两个logo设计已被正式使用。

logo design | client: tianxiawen social group


special event poster | client: tim’s texas roadhouse

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#5360 Tulane University, 31 McAlister Drive, New Orleans, LA 70118|504.701.7861|jazzyqiqi@gmail.com|yli6@tulane.edu OBJECTIVE I am looking for a full-time internship. Capable and passionate for architecture, I am confident that my architectural skills, diverse background, and hardworking spirit will add great value and dynamics to the design team and the office.

Education

Professional Experience

Tulane School of Architecture, Tulane University Currently 3rd-year student | M.Arch Candidate | Expected graduation date 2013 GPA: 3.76/4.00

New Orleans,, USA A August ‘08 – Present

Solid Objectives – Idenburg Liu (SO--IL)) Brooklyn, New Yorkk Project Leader | carrying out a pavilion project from concept design through construction phase. May ‘10 – September ‘10 EXH DESIGN Shanghai, Chinaa Architectural Intern | Concept design, 3D/physical modeling, and 2D drafting June ‘09 – August ‘09 Tim’s Roadhouse Restaurantss Beijing, Chinaa Graphic Designer March ‘08 – September ‘08 Related Skills Proficiency in English and Mandarin/Chinese + Basic Spanish Proficiency with AutoCAD, Rhino+Grasshopper, V-Ray, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Google SketchUp, Microsoft Office and all both Mac and PC platforms; proficient operation on HP plotters, Universal Laser Cutter, and PROJECT 3D printer.

Related Experience

Housing and Residence Life, Tulane University Resident Advisor (RA) and past Desk Services Coordinator (DSC) Digital Ouutput Lab, Tulane School of Architecture Laser Cutting and Plotting Services Provider American Institute of Architecture Students Tulane Chapter Director of Programming Utop Language Academy Small Class Chinese Language Instructor

New Orleans,, USA A September ‘08 – Present New Orleans,, USA A September ‘08 – Present New Orleans,, USA A March ‘09 – Present Beijing, Chinaa April ‘08 – August ‘08

Additional Experience

Beijing No.4 High School Class President President of the Art and Culture Department, Student Government Vice President of the Model UN Organization

Beijing, Chinaa September ‘05 – July ‘07

Honors & Awards

Related Travel

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At Tulane University Awarded First Prize at the first annual school-wide competition (September 2010) Tulane Dean’s Honors Scholar Three-semester Tulane Dean’s List Tulane Dean’s Grants Recipient At Beijing No.4 High School Received numerous student awards including “Model Student”, “Ten Best Citizens”, “Excellent Student Leader”, “Best Delegate” of 2006 Model UN conference and “Best Work” of the Municipal Computer Design Competition 2006 Atlanta, GA | AIAS South Quad Conference 2009 Spring Savannah, GA | AIAS South Quad Conference 2009 Fall Minneapolis, MN | AIAS Forum National Conference 2010 New Year San Francisco, CA + Shanghai + New York, NY | DIY Architectural Trip throughout 2009 Florian Ideenburg, director of SO-IL idenburg@so-il.org Xi Zhang, principal of EXH Design zxl@exhdesign.com Thaddeus Zarse,,, adjunt professor at Tulane School of Architecture tzarse@tulane.edu


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