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NING YU CHANG 2011

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WORK SAMPLES BETWEEN 2002 ~ 2010

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NING YU CHANG TAIWAN, 1983

MAC OS X/ WINDOWS VISTA Autodesk Autocad Sketch Up Adobe Creative Suite Corel Drew X4 Microsoft Office EDUCATION 2009—2010 CHELSEA COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN | Master of Arts, Interior & Spatial Design 2003—2006 NATIONAL YUNLIN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, TAIWAN | Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons), Architecture & Interior Design 2000—2003 CHANG JUNG SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, TAIWAN | Arts & Craft Department, specialized training in Arts & Craft EXPERIENCE 2005—2006 407 STUDIO | Architectural & Graphic Assistant 2006 Family Arbor tree fair | Managing Assistant 2005 SALT WORKS PROJECT IN BEIMEN TOWN | Architectural Intern 2004 SUGAR RAILWAY PROJECT IN HUWEI TOWN | Architectural Intern EXHIBITIONS 2010 Sep “THE DESTRUCTION”—Postgraduate Show, Chelsea College of Art & Design 2009 Jun “CROSSOVER”—Summer Show 2009, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London 2006 May Young Designer’s Exhibition 06’, TAIPEI WORLD TRADE CENTRE, TAIWAN

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Contents DESTRUCTION CROSSOVER Box Cut

A Person’s Flat

Compound Bookshop

Ageing City

Community Centre

Exotic Flavor Montage

Plaster & Wood

Mexican Diner

Cultural Centre

Natural View

Tourist Centre

Site Survey & Mapping Transferral Workshop

Musabi theatre workshop 2003~2005

Personal Work Drawing

2003~present

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Destruction London / UK / 2010

Plaster & Wood This proposal is an exploration of the connection between space and destruction. As a final result the project generats a sustainable concept through different materials. Reusing “plaster” and “wood” has driven the concept into a physical model. Destruction is a important stage in the world of circle. In other words, the ruin of objects refers to its own history, social issues, and life detail. To study those questions, how they manifest themselves on a daily bases in our present life, is a challenge of discovery. Throughout exploring the connection of the lifespan of materials, we create the question: Is “Destrcution” the end of the process?

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Crossover London / UK / 2009

A Person’s Flat It is a personalized project based on a Client daily schedule. The tightly control nature of the design is due to the client’s timetable and a desire to contribute, for her organized lifestyle. The Client is interested in anthropology, she collects many antique objects such as old camera, photo, books…etc. Nevertheless, limit space needs to be created as a multifunctional unit which suites all of the client’s needs. The flat is divided into four sections, they can be adjusted by different usage depending on users preferences and size requirements.

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Box Cut Younlin county / Taiwan / 2003

Compound Bookshop Proposing a compound bookshop where the site is close to a lotus pond and surrounded by trees at the Yunlin University. It captures very nice scenery which attracts students and tourists. The concept was developed from a rectangular box, it went through several actions of cutting it into pieces and eliminating its volume. The compound bookshop includes activities such as a book selling space, relaxing Café, and exhibition area. Especially the exhibition area provides an opportunity for students to promote themselves in the centre of the University.

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Community Centre The site was used as bomb shelter during the Japanese rule periodin Taiwan. After the period the shelter has no longer been used, as it’s originally planned. It turned into an obsolete place, only a few dustmen used it for resting. It is shame that the site is located in a residential area, full of green trees. It also provides an easy access of transport to the city centre. The proposal transforms the old bomb shelter into a community centre. The centre helps to improve local connections through many activities. However, population ageing has become an big issue in Yunlin city, it requires many applying measures for the elderly people. Recently mobility scooters have become popular vehicle for the elderly. It solves the problem for all who have walking disablity. Nevertheless the community centre needs to address all the needs form the elderly.


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Exotic Flavor Dounan town / Taiwan / 2004

Mexican Diner The site is located on a small traffic flow, surrounded by a residential area and amenities in Dounan town in Taiwan. The site has less interference with commercial activities. The culture of Taiwan, eating out is a common activity. The reasons are due to the low-cost food and the increase of female workers. Therefore, it also affects the average kitchen size which has been reduced 30% in the past 10 in Taiwan. To change this kind of eating habit, the proposal shows an exotic restaurant to the locals. It will give them a new prospective, different from fast food chains or takeaways.

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Cultural Centre This project focuses on a refurbishment of a building ensemble. The proposal combines a cinema and a museum, intervening the common memory of the locals. The old parts of the buildings were built during the Japanese colony between 1895 and 1945. During different periods, it used to be a residence for the mayor of Tainan city, a land office, a district office, and a Co-op. The architecture consists of red bricks lays on Baroque style. The interior is designed in delicate wood structures. Many details are rarely seen in the past of Taiwanese architecture. The transformation would reflect the importance of Tainan as the first capital of Taiwan. It has about 300 ancient sanctuaries, from the island’s first Confucian temple


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Natural View Cing Ging Veterans Farm/ Taiwan / 2005

Tourist Centre The Cing Ging Veterans Farm is situated at the Renai Township of Nantou County. It has been opened to public since February 20th, 1961;its altitude is 1,750 meters above the sea level, which brings unique temperateness weather into the Subtropics climate. The weather is generally mild over the whole year. In the months from May to September, the average temperatures is in between 15°C and 23°C. The Farm produces various kinds of fruits including: peaches, pears, plums, and kiwi fruit. The Tourist service centre provides multiple services throughout the whole Cing Ging Veterans Farm. The challenge is to overcome the difficulties of the hilly terrain and the restriction of building laws.

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Baimen village / Taiwan /2005

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SALT WORKS PROJECT The salt factory was built during the period of Japanese colony. The massive scale of the saltern with its wooden structures was built for making salt. It includes the farmland, the factory, the office, and staff accommodations. The whole pack of architecture is about the whole salt-making procedure. After the saltern closed the local community wanted to preserve the buildings to invest and transform it into a tourist attraction.

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Taixi Town / Taiwan / 2006

OYSTER PARK On the seaside of Eastern Taiwan, there are many oyster farms. This project proposes an oyster park to attract tourists and new businesses. The oyster park is built out of oyster shells, provided by local farmers. The concept is to approach sustainable materials. Plan

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Transferral London / UK / 2010

Musabi theatre wrokshop The theatre workshop was collaboration with Musabi University. The general task was to design a theatre stage. Based on the existing site, the theatre stage needed to be cleverly engaged in the environment. The site was already occupied an installation with big scale which was made from tons of beer crafts. The result proposed a hidden mechanical system, containing several pulleys and strings. The system creates a flexible stage which can change the different scenes through moving objects. It also gives the possibility of interactions playfully.

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Workshops 2003 ~ 2005

Christmas installation / 2003

The Tasuling village wanted to promote their local agriculture—Kucha plant. By using the local materials created a five meters high Christmas tree with wires and kucha seeds.

Universities collaborative workshop/ 2005

Interior Design students from four Universities participated in a spatial design project—“BE THERE OR BE SQUARE”. From a philosophic aspect, the proposal creates a birdcage model as a memory container which contains several “stop moments”.

Haunted House/ 2005

The Haunted House was a temporary space for celebrating the University annual anniversary. It welcomes people to take a “terribly experience”, and creates a series of propagation including posters, video ads and campaigns.

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Personal work 2003 ~ present

Cup set design / 2009

This coffe set is designed to a friend’s birthday present. This coffee cup set is designed for a friend who obsessed with black and white. The design presents the Yin and yang symbolism the Chinese culture— “Opposites thus only exist in relation to each other”

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It shows tourism leaflet for Nanxi village in Taiwan. The village is famous of the longan fruit. Longan is a type of tree fruit only grows in Southeast Asia.

T-shirt design for Kendo club / 2005

The T-shirt was designed for the kendo club of the University. Kendo is a modern Japanese martial art of sward fighting. The four different color represent the samurai spirit.

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Drawing Ongoing

Photography Life record

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