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Portfolio Huang Tzu Yun


Academic Background

Bachelor of Architecture Tamkang University, Tamsui Taiwan

Honor

Da Yu Award

Sep. 2011 - Jun. 2016

Tamkang University Academic Award 2015-2016 Academic year

Work Experience

LaoWung Architects & Associates Hsinchu Taiwan Assistant/ Jun. 2016 - Now Residential Building/ Model Home/ Commercial Building/ Nursing Home Planning/ Landscape/ Interior

Zephyr(US) Architects P.C. Beijing China Intern/ Jul. 2014 - Aug. 2014 Commercial Building/ Planning/ Landscape

Stonehenge Construction Hsinchu Taiwan Intern/ Jul. 2013 - Aug. 2013 Residential Building/ Model Home

Huang, Tzu-Yun 14 August 1993 jean.huang0814@gmail.com +886 953 795 976 No.6, Aly.16, Ln.48, Sec.2, Nan'ai Rd., Xiangshan Dist., Hsinchu City 300, Taiwan

Workshop

International Housing Workshop Women's University ,Tokyo Japan Jul. 2014

Exhibition

INBETWEEN Exhibition TKUA 48th Thesis Design Taipei Taiwan Jun. 2016

Language

Mandarin(Native) English


Content

Information

Dine Together After School Class & Children’s Home

Neverland Orphans’ Urban Village

Trio Office, Studio, Shop

School as a Journey Adventures from 6 to 18 years old

Jenga House

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Build Up life together

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Professional Works

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Dine Together After School Class & Children’s Home 5th academic year, 2015 /Individual Work/ Advisor: Chiaju Lin

Can classroom be a home for orphans? After seven o’clock at night, all the children go home and leave the empty building. In after school class, there are many facilities that can also share with these orphans. By providing two separate circulations, they can choose to straight back home or play with children and dine together.

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Flexible Space Children’s Home

Programme

7:00

16:00

Children’s Home Living + Studying + Playing

After School Class

12:00

19:00

Intersectional Time 7:00

16:00

+ After School Class

Children’s Home

Waiting + Playing

After School Class 12:00

19:00

Dining

Bedroom

Livingroom + Public Space

Overlapping Circulation

Children’s Home

Intersectional Space

Diningroom

Classrrom

Semi-outdoor Space After School Class

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Sharing the space

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2

5M

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Neverland Orphans’ Urban Village Thesis Design/ 5th academic year, 2016/ Individual Work/ Advisor: Chiaju Lin

Most of the children are protected behind walls nowadays. Kindergarten - Children and Garden. What is the boundary of the garden? Is it possible that boundaries are no longer defined by buildings? There is a group of children in the city. They do not have parents’ protection , therefore, they help each other in life and re-organise a family. Huan-min Village is a military village built by soldiers. Most of the buildings are too old and in dangerous of demolition. There are 39 families already moved out and left the empty houses. Other 88 families are mostly owned by elderly people. Some of the walls and roofs collapsed. Interesting irregular alleys advent between townhouses.

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Child Welfare

Alyse Kadushin

The village is located in between bustling Taipei city and mountains.

Houses in the village are occupied by greens gradually. Some walls and roofs collapse that change the relation between indoor and outdoor spaces.

Due to broken walls, alleys are re-defined. People can walk through houses. Many fractures emerg in the village that make it captivating.

Support-help families take care of their children by giving some professional advices

+ Community Huan Min Village

parents’ duty temporary such as kindergarten or day care institution

Substitute-replace parent-child relationship temporary or permanent

Children and Youth Settlement House in Taiwan 63 Welfare Institutions 3173 Orphans 11589 Abused Children per year

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21-80 People

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Program

Office Reception Room Conference Room

Rather than a rectangular building, units are arranged in the community which can trigger interaction. Children can get extra protection by neighbors. On the other hand, neighbors can receive help from children’s welfare institution.

Resupply-supply

Small House

Sport Field Consultation Room Therapy Room Kindergarten

(Living Room Kitchen Dining Room Bed Room)

Public

Private

Conceal

Taipei

Abused children have to be protected and live in the place that their parents can’t find it. Child asylums need to be built close to the welfare institutions which usually locate in the city.

Taoyuan

Kaohsiung

Taipei City

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Children’s Space in city

Waiting for their home

Children and Youth Settlement House

Children who are under 3 years old are more likely to be adopted. Short-term

Resettlement of an emergency protection case 2 years

Long-term (Over 6 months)

8 months

Orphan Family of orientation unable to raise Protection case The disabled

3 years

6 years

In these three circumstances children left children’s home 15 years

Family of orientation restitute Children attain legal age Adoption

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園,”garden”-thus children’s garden.

幼兒,meaning “child”or”children”,and

18 years old

- Michael Bell and Sze Tsung Leong

Child Asylum Unit of Small House (Case I)

Unit of Small House(Case II)

A big unit of small house within 20 children. The efficient arrangement is similar to dormitories which provide same room for every children and organize by gender.

Six children share a unit of small house including their own living room and study area.

Pantry

Kitchen

Dinning Area

Guest Restroom

Mothers Room

Boys Restroom

Boys Room

Restroom

Mothers Room

Kindergarten in Taipei Due to expensive land price and rental fee, many kidergartens expand their field in irregular way. There are several form of irregularities can be seen in Taipei city.

Storege Learning Area

Linving Room

Learning Area

Babies Room Bedroom

Guest Room

Learning Area

Learning Area

Office

Girls Restroom

Bedroom

Fire Lane

Girls Room

Second Floor

First Floor

Taipei Bethany Children’s Home Bedroom

Unit of Small House(Case III) Twelve children share a unit of small house. There are four units in one story. Children are separated in different floors by gender.

Lane End Restroom Dinning Area

Main Building Living Room

Bedroom

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Bedroom

Bedroom

Mothers Room

Bedroom

Park


Residential District Hebin Park

Military Zone National Taiwan Normal University

Huan-min Village & Chanchushan 1949 Huan-min village 117 Families in total 39 Military Families 28 Agricultural Research Center Dormitories 60 Illegal Structures

Art Village Cultural District

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

National Taiwan University

Commercial District

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Small House Usually child asylums provide same room for orphans. However, according to ages, children need different spaces.

Small House

3-6 years old 1.5x2m

10-12 years old

2.5x3m 2x2m 0-2 years old 2x2m 3x3m 7-9 years old 13-18 years old

Children’s Home

Small House Perspective 11

0-2

3-6

7-9

10-12

Sleeping

Playing

Exploring

Learning

Kindergarten

Elementary

13-18 years old Studying

Junior/Senior


Library Office

Consultation Room

Restaurant & Kitchen

39 families moved out

Share Space A complete child welfare includes support families. The sharing spaces provide space for orphans, social workers and neighbors.

Plaza

Restaurant & Kitchen

Street-House

Classroom

Plaza

Office

Library

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Small House Unit

Small House Unit

Ground Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan


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Sharing Space

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Small House

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Sharing Space

Ground Floor Plan 0 1 2

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Trio Office, Studio, Shop 3rd academic year, 2013 /Individual Work/ Advisor: Ihcheng Lai

A string of cultural and creative industries advent in Tamsui. Aside from tourism, it is another aim for developing this region. The site locates next to the MRT station and is easily seen by people who come to Tamisui. In cultural and creative industries, creators, sales, and consumers have strong connection. Through communications, they can customize products. Comparing to Taipei, Tamsui is more suitable for those creators who are tight in budget and live in their studios. This goal of this building is to combine three users and provide a platform to help them.

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Brick Drain Waterproof Fiberglass Metal Corrugated Roofing Sheet I Beam

Traffic Flow

Curtain Box Suspended Ceiling

Aluminium Panel

Cement Finish

Greens

12mm Glass Paving Foam Concrete

City View Mountain View Office Studio Sharing Space

4th Floor Plan

River View

Cloud Gate dance theatre

Detail

Business Operator

Cultural and Creative Space

Creator Studio

Tamsui cultural leisure park

Business Operator Office

Creator

Ju percussion group Leisure Space

Cultural and Creative Space

Consumer

Exhibition Experiential Exchange

Business Operator Office

Program MRT station

Conference Technique Demonstration

Chong jian street creative market

Site

Sell Product

Creative Shop

Leisure Space Business Operator Office Creator Studio Creative Shop Gallery

Seminar

Cultural and Creative Space

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School as a Journey Adventures from 6 to 18 years old 4th academic year, 2015 /Partner: Manshuan Kang/ Advisor: Minter Lin, Lichiun Chang

Since six years old, we have started our adventures to learn and explore the world in schools. From elementary to high school, students learn from textbooks and experience through sensory stimulation. School life is one of the important part of one’s life. Therefore, not merely educators are crucial but also the environments. We create several paths according to ages which is different from the inflexible corridors in current schools. Overall five systems are created including sensibility and rationality ones. The classrooms arrangement are based on the studies of timetables. By using grasshopper, we calculate corridors each stories to make it efficient.

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Major core

Short cut

Shared space core Classroom Path and platform Activity center Restaurant Specialized Classroom Administration Library

Space Diagram

Secondary Core

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Physics Lab

Art Music Home Economics Industrial Arts Computer Classroom classroom Classroom Classroom Classroom

Chemistry Lab

Music classroom

Main Route

Volleyball court

Art Classroom

Public Route

Restaurant Classroom

Home Economics Classroom

Eco Route

7:50 7:30

8:30 8:20

9:25 9:15

10:20 10:10

11:15 11:05

12:35 12:00

13:20 13:10

14:15 14:05

15:15 15:00

16:10 16:00

7:50 16:55

7:30

8:30 8:20

9:25 9:15

10:20 10:10

11:15 11:05

12:35 12:00

13:20 13:10

14:15 14:05

15:15 15:00

16:10 16:00

7:50 16:55

7:30

8:30 8:20

9:25 9:15

10:20 10:10

11:15 11:05

12:35 12:00

13:20 13:10

14:15 14:05

15:15 15:00

16:10 16:00

7:50 16:55

7:30

8:30 8:20

9:25 9:15

10:20 10:10

11:15 11:05

12:35 12:00

13:20 13:10

14:15 14:05

15:15 15:00

16:10 16:00

7:50 16:55

7:30

8:30 8:20

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Art Classroom Music classroom Physics Lab Chemistry Lab Biology Classroom Earth Science Classroom Industrial Arts Classroom Computer Classroom Home Economics Classroom Senior High Classroom Junior High Classroom Elementary School Classroom Playground Badminton Court Basketball Court Volleyball Court Swimming Pool Athletic Field Farm River Parking Loading Teachers’ Office Principal's Office Office of Academic Affairs Office of Student Affairs Office of General Affairs Counselors’ Office Kindergarten Health Centre Media Classroom Restaurant Library Elementary Lower Grade Elementary Middle Grade Elementary Higher Grade Junior High Senior High

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Learning Journey

Exploring Elementary

Study

Senior High

Study

Do it yourself

Playing

Waiting area

Study Theorizing

Security

Social

Entrance Experiment Junior High

Study

Experiment

Exercising Loading Dock

Parking Lot

Senior High School Library

Media Center Office

Athletic field

Activity center

Media Center Studyroom

Specialized classroom

Health center

Kindergarten

Waiting area

Sport filed (Main)

Playground (Sub)

Elementary School Laboratory

Playground (Main)

Sport filed (Sub)

Entrance Security

Administration

Junior High School Farm land

Parking Lot

Program Volume

Principals’ office Toilet Elementary School Classroom

Junior High School Classroom

Senior High School Classroom

Adminstration office

Teachers’ office

Elementary School Special classroom

Library

Junior High School Special classroom

Senior High School Special classroom

Media center Restaurant Health center

Activity center

Farmland (big) Farmland (small) Playground

Athletic Field

Badminton Basketball Volleyball

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Athletic Field

Activity Center

Sport Field

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Media Center

Restaurant

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Intensity Strongest user

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Weakest Elementary

Senior

Elementary

Senior

Elementary

Senior

Elementary

Senior

Elementary

Senior

Elementary

Senior

Elementary

Senior


Voronoi + Traveling System

Voronoi principle

Field Equidistant Shortest path

Subdivied Network

Nearest point

Classroom scale

Classroom scale

Library

School Area : Activity Centre

Farm

Elementary : 43*72=3096 sqm Junior High : 57*72=4104 sqm

Restaurant Sport Field Shortest total distance : 40.16 m

Senior High : 50*72=3600 sqm Teacher : 26*120=3120 sqm

Hierarchy

Classroom - Classroom

School - Shared space SP Classroom scale Classroom Platform

Entrance

School - School Shared Space Scale

Classroom / per : 9*8 = 72 m² SP Classroom / per : 15*8 = 120 m²

Sport field : 1280 m² Activity center : 2142 m² Restaurant : 864 m² Shared Space Scale

Library : 2304 m²

Library Farm

Activity Center

Restaurant

School Area Sport Field

Elementary : 43*72=3096 m² Main path + Shared space

Junior High : 57*72=4104 m² Senior High : 50*72=3600 m² Teacher : 26*120=3120 m²

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3600 m²

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Area

3012 m²

3096 m² 4104 m²

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Delaunay Voronoi List Point

Ground Floor Plan

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Jenga House Build up life together 4th academic year international workshop, 2014/ Group Work

This is a sharing house locates in Shinjuku for workers in Tokyo. Between traffic flow and residential area, this site face different urban complex. By sharing spaces, people can pay lower rental fee and share their life experiences. They can support each others in this bustle and hustle city.

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Sharing Space

Transition

Private Room

Uran Scale

Green Space

Residential Scale

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0 5 15

>15

13

11

9

7

5

3

1 Floor

30

50

75m

Figure Ground

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Professional Works 2014

Entrance shelter design, China

Yixing golf course planning, China Nanning office towers design, China Housing lanscape design, China Zephyr(US) Architects P.C. Supervisor: Ching-Chi Yang

2016

Nantou Puli hotel planning, Taiwan Stairs detail design, Taiwan Apartment facade design, Taiwan

Townhouse renovate The wife teaches yoga and the husband plays drums. It is a townhouse for a couple. The building is used for both classroom and living space. Thus, two separate circulations are required. In addition, the form of this site lack of natural sunlight. These are the challenges of this project. Split levels and a void are created improving the amenity and the sense of light. The hollow let wind, rain and nature flow into the narrow house. Therefore, green trees can be seen in every corner. Moreover, spaces are connected which may increase interactions among family members. A green retreat, a place to linger, a cozy home for the couple. Ground Floor

Second Floor

Third Floor

Houses planning, Taiwan Door detail design, Taiwan Jiangxi commercial area planning, China 2017

Townhouse renovate, Taiwan Nursing home facade design, Taiwan Hot spring resort expansion, Taiwan Sporting goods retailer landscape design, Taiwan Housing landscape design, Taiwan LaoWung Architects & Associates Supervisor: Wei-Che Wung Section

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Section


Hot spring resort expansion The one story building contains five extra guest rooms. It is a famous tourist spot for hot spring. Surrounding by natural scenery which provide temporary escape from the busy life. Comparing to plentiful plants and trees, the space is formed by overlapping three simple volumes. Gap between volumes enable the space to be imbued with natural sunlight and cooling air. In this project, interior is also designed with the building for consistency.

Ground Floor

Section

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