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SELECTED WORKS 2011 - 2017


CONTENTS

selected academic works

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NEO-HYDROLOGICAL SANDSCAPE Strategic Landscape Planning & Design (Taklimakan Desert)

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96 MEMORIES Landscape Design (Sendai, Ishinomaki)

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PIER NO.7

Architecture Design (Hangzhou)

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19TH STREET

Streetscape Design (Yangon)


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NEO-HYDROLOGICAL SANDSCAPE

RECLAMATION OF DESERT OASIS WITH QANAT AS FRAMEWORK Master of Landscape Architecture | Thesis

HKILA 2016 Design Awards - Merit Award (Student Category)

IFLA ASIA-PAC LA Awards 2017 Honorable Mention (Analysis & Master Planning) THE THIRD CSCEC CUP WESTERN CHINA 5+2 ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN BIENNALE Excellent Work (Invitation)

Academic Work/Thesis Location Tutor

Taklimakan Desert, Xinjiang, China

Mak, Vincci W.S.

Work Load

Independent work

February - May, 2016


The macroscopic background of my major concern delves into the ongoing degeneration process of this hydrological system, and the accompanied further desertification. This project takes Tarim basin - Taklimakan Desert and the downstream of Tarim River running through it - as a significant example, The blind agricultural development and reckless resources practice which exploit water, forests, grasslands, and subsoil since the 1950s have precipitated droughts, desertification and ongoing collapse of the ecosystem alongside the downstream of Tarim. The tension between the rigid demand for development and scarce of water resource is in peril and needs immediate relief. The original water resource for Tarim river is snow on top of Tianshan Mountain melt by the monsoon come from west every spring, while 55% of the volume is unfortunately wasted by evaporation from the plain reservoir and shallow level of groundwater, limited can be eventually consumed by local farmland. My solution is inspired by the ancient underground canal system called Qanat, which has served people living in the arid climate for centuries and proved to be effective in preventing the evaporation of water by condensing moisture in the air, storing water underground and integrating back into the natural ecosystem. This thesis intends to optimize the ancient water conservancy facilities according to the local context, form a self-sustained, smart system as backbone/ framework to provoke and update the local pattern of development. The surplus volume of saved and harvested water by the system can be used to benefit the downstream area as a benign chain reaction and eventually boon the whole downstream region.


Local Economies - Rigid Demand

Although it has been forbidden by the central government, new farmland was still secretly reclaimed due to rigid demand for development, exacerbating the perils of mining groundwater. So the central government took several measures as a response to this messy situation. First is the ecological water transport from 2000, in order to save the endangered green corridor of downstream, but ironically the farmlands alongside usually try to steal the water and disrupt the saving plan for the sake of saving their own ass. Another measure improves the irrigation technique, for instance, drip irrigation, but this provokes another problem, that the new technic requires more electric power, which is currently hard to achieve without exploring new resources.


Provoke of Urbanization //correspond to local context

I took the No.33 and No.34 mission field as operation field to practice this approach, where cotton farming is the only preliminary industry and nearly 17 thousand people suffering from the vicious circle of unstable agricultural production due to the scarcity of water.With Qanat system as the backbone, the supply of water can be guaranteed and furthermore the rigid demand for development can be accomplished. And with the rich resource of solar energy of this region, the problem of electric power can also be solved. The out of date idea of development has to be updated.


Constructional Detail of Underground Tunnel and Shafts with Vertical Transportation

Community Plaza

Maintainance System


Study of Prototypes Since this infrastructure framework expends itself like vine roots and reaches to almost every corner of the artificial land-practice area. It also has its merit to benignly influence the daily life of local people. So several prototypes are developed in order to explain the integration of the framework itself with the daily life of local people, explain how the framework could do to optimize people’s living condition and how could it integrate with social and economic activities.

Underground Street Market

Underground Reservoir

Interior Intervention

Irrigation System


This experimental operation can provide a promising solution to the crisis of water globally and pattern of urbanization within similar areas. Since this certain type of framework is based on the local topography and water accumulation path, the growth and formation of urbanization should also follow certain guide which has already been set up by nature. Moreover, due to the feature of high dependence on water, this certain kind of urbanization should be bond along with the guarantee of ecosystem safety, stabilization of groundwater level. Otherwise, the demand of development should never be able to gain all the benefits. Actually, this is not challenging to achieve since the framework - Qanat - itself has a capability of integrating into nature and live in harmony for centuries.


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96 Memories | Landscape& Architecture Design

THE THIRD CSCEC CUP WESTERN CHINA 5+2 ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN BIENNALE Excellent Work (Invitation)

Academic Work/Architecture Studio Location Tutor

Ishinomaki, Sendai, Japan

Yasuaki Onoda; Jae Lim

Work Load

Team work (collaborated with CHEN Linhui, LI Xiaodi, WAN Shaoran)

September - December, 2015


Wetland Zone


Wetland Zone

Concept Generation This project regards the site as a whole, which is rippled by the trace of both collective memories and private memories before and after the tsunami. Metaphorically it reminds people of scenes in Noah covenant - pieces of land are surfaced after the fading of the flood. It is basically based on the past, yet also implies the hope of new life. It is an ocean of memories, yet also an ocean of hope. The project converts the forces generated from the pre-existing fabric of cityscape, into complex forms using as a trigger to evoke multiple programs. By means of the algorithm, firstly it balances cut and fill’s volume, then manipulates details within each block. The resulting structure is complex, without single hierarchy or organizing principle. The project tries not to make thickened surfaces as a mosaic-like field of multiple orders, which has different layers of program collaborated with each other. It aims to create co-existing/parallel condition between memory/past, daily life/present and future, between “eternity” and “impermanent”, in a fairly balanced and gentle way of expression. By applying different layers of elements onto series of certain programs, the design seeks to a subtle atmosphere to the current condition. As fields of events, the changing process also matters in our project. A four-dimensional interdependent system is formed basing on the above process. The timetable for construction procedures will be considered. The growth unit (like a cell) will be defined, developed via the attachment to the structure of infrastructure. By converting forces generated from the pre-existing fabric of cityscape into topographical form, multiple programs are evoked. By means of the algorithm, first balance cut & fill volume, then manipulate detail within each block. The resulting structure is a complex fabric, without single hierarchy or single organizing principle, instead of creating thickened surface forms a mosaic-like field with multiple orders, with different layers of program collaborate with each other. There are two dominant features of the shaped landscape. One dominant feature is the erected monumental wall with different scales. The height of lowest walls range from 0.4 to 1 meter, this gentle scale of the sculptured landscape can serve as a bench and slightly draw lines between different zones. The medium walls can reach up to 1.5 - 3 meters, text documenting the past of this area is engraved on the walls, as a form of monument. The highest walls can reach up to 5 - 16 meters, serve as service stations, toilets, and bicycle rental points, while the highest three points serve as a church, museum, and library. Another dominant feature is the wetland system. With the reshaping of landform by the cut-fill method, water from the adjacent river is introduced into the park and form an organic shape of juxtaposed wetland system and individual ponds, while linked with each other under the ground. The height of water surface varies according to the tidal. This gentle change also plays an important part in the expression of time, at the same time echoes the theme of permanence and impermanence of life.


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19TH Street | Streetscape Design A COMMUNITY HUB & ECONOMIC NODE & HIDDEN AND EXPANDING GREEN

Academic Work/Landscape Architecture Studio Location Tutor

Yangon, Myanmar

Scott Jennings Melbourneï¼›Ivan Valin

Work Load

Team work (collaborated with Wing Man Lee)

Februar - May, 2015


Evolving Network PRE-URBAN: DAGON VILLAGE FROM 11TH CENTURY AD TO 1750S Records indicate that the ancient religious monuments such as Shwedagon Pagoda and Sule Pagoda were constructed when Yangon was a rural village by the name of Dagon, which had existed since the 11th century AD. PRE-COLONIAL TOWN: YANGON FROM 1750S TO 1850S

THE NEW COLONIAL CAPITAL CITY: MODEL CITY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA AFTER 1885

Yangon remained irregular small town of low density, roads and streets were loosely organized, judged sadly unimpressive by British who arrived on its shores. Before the English East India Company (EEIC) usurped control of Yangon and designated the town as their main port in Burma, it was a sleepy harbor settled by farmers and seasonal traders living in simple wooden or bamboo structures.

During World War II, the residential buildings suffered significantly. Shortage of residential buildings compounded with the influx of population to the capital and the rent control act(1947), led to the slum and squatter settlement formation in and around the city center. Consequently, by the 1950s new settlements had to be developed to resettle the squatters and thus relieve the pressure of the city centre.

It was planned and built around Sule Pagoda, basically a log fortress, with the river frontage in the south and the present Maha Bandoola Garden, Pansodan and Bo Aung Kyaw streets in the north and Theinbyu Street in the east. THE NEW COLONIAL CAPITAL CITY: RANGOON SINCE 1850S, FRASER PLAN After the Second Burmese War in1852, the EEIC decided to transfer their center of operations to Rangoon and set about creating a rational, orderly city that would promote trade and instigate a British world order, transforming the loosely organized Burmese port into a proper city befitting the British Empire. Following the precedence set in Singapore, a grid of major and minor streets along with a hierarchy of land lots was superimposed on to the city. The belief was that a properly designed city where its functions are clearly legible and its sanitation and safety guarantees the health of its residents and visitors would promote progress and prosperity.

YANGON BETWEEN 1960S AND 1980S EXPANDING NORTHWARDS

Because of the two natural barriers, the Hlaing River in the west and south and the Pazundaung Creek in the east, the city was expanding northwards leaving the CBD, where all the administrative, commercial, banking and other activities were still concentrated, in the south.

First proposed by Dr.William Montgomerie and later amended by Lieutenant A. Fraser, the plan of Rangoon evolved to a much larger city centered on the Sule Pagoda. The swamp that encircled Sule Pagoda was filled in to create a continuous stretch of elevated city from Judah Ezekial Street (now Theinbyu Road) in the east to Godwin Road (now Lanmadaw Street) in the west and from Strand Road in the south to Montgomerie Street (now Bogyoke Aung San Road) in the north.

GREATER YANGON CITY AFTER 1988

STUDY OF STREETSCAPE Two distinct urban development trends can be observed in Yangon city after 1988. The first is planned urban expansion towards the east and west and the second is urban densification through the planned slum and squatter upgrading and urban renewal schemes.

PLANNED URBAN EXPANSION AROUND 1990S

Since 1988, Yangon city has experienced major land use changes. In an attempt to balance the elongated south to the north growth of the city limits, the Government started to develop New Towns in the east and west. Dagon North and Dagon South on the east side of the city; enlarged Hlaing Thayar on the west side of the Hlaing river and Shwepyitha north of Insein was developed to absorb the population of around half a million. In 1990, the State Law and Order Restoration Council enacted the law which invested the Yangon City Development Committee with powers to convert Yangon into a city of international standards. To further relieve the pressure on the CBD, YCDC relocated wholesale activities to Hlaing Township where also a new regional market was constructed. URBAN DENSIFICATION PRESENT Urban densification has been attempted through upgrading of slums and squatter settlements as well as urban renewal schemes in prime areas. Slum and squatter settlements have been upgraded through a popular ‘hut to apartment’ scheme in which slum or squatter dwellers are allocated apartment built on the same site while utilizing the area gained from densification to cross-subsidize the construction and provision of basic infrastructure.

As Myanmar totally fell to the British in 1885, Yangon with its favorable port conditions became the capital city to replace Mandalay. With planning and construction of a lot of buildings erected to enable the British to control and manage the local population and exploit the resources of the country, Yangon has become the model city in Southeast Asia, both in planning and building design.

Various expression of street facade and activity

POST INDEPENDENCE CAPITAL 1950S, NEW SETTLEMENTS


KEY PLAN 1:10000 19th street is located inside the China town inside downtown Yangon, it links the Strand road to the south side and the Anawratha road to the north side. It possesses quite rich and vibrant features in both physical and social aspects. The diverse building styles, i.e., facade and height of buildings, including chinese style and Victoria style bring exotic feeling to the streetscape. The richness of social activities, especially at night, brings exciting chaos to the street. Due to the narrow scale, lack of public community space and unorganized condition drew our attention. We intend to keep the vibrant and diversity of the street, and at the same time, try to build an organized and neet social system to street. Bringing vibrant order is our final purpose.

1:3000

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EASTERN SIDE OF PHYSICAL MODEL

WESTERN SIDE OF PHYSICAL MODEL


ALLEY ON WESTERN SIDE

PLATFORM ON EASTERN SIDE


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Pier No.7 | Canal Cultural Center Design Architecture Studio Location Tutor

Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China

PU Xincheng

Work Load

Cooperated with ZONG Tao

October - November, 2014


History of thr Mother Canal

486 BC, the excavation of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal began.

Concept Generation In order to revitalize Pier No.7 again, and also to make sure that the mother canal will not be forgotten by the next generation, the project introduces water of mother river into the oil depot, which was also a previous pier - Pier No.7, where obsoleted oil drums are still standing there. We drown the foundation of oil drums. It seems like the place is submerged, but actually a rebirth instead. Life of the mother canal will be activated again in another modality, it is presented in a new form of design: people entering the water, on their heads water is flowing and nourishing, from the mother canal through various forms of experience and via participating in various cultural activities related to the mother canal, people can remind the history, think of memory of the past and look into the future.

With the canal, city of Hangzhou thrived.

The canal witnessed the development of itself from boom to bust.

The Nirvana of Pier No.7, the Nirvana of the mother canal.


Transformation Process

Structure Decomposition


CONTENTS

selected practical works

01

PINGDINGSHAN YINGLONG WETLAND PARK Concept Design (Project Manager) (Pingdingshan, Henan)

02

UPPER WEST SHANGHAI, PUTUO Design Development (Shanghai)

03

GRAND RIVIERA, TING KAU

Concept Design, Schematic Design (Hong Kong)


01

Pingdingshan Yinglong Wetland Park International Design Competition Second Award (Ranking 1st for design quality) Work Stages Location

Concept Design (Project Manager)

PindingShan, Henan, China


Master plan (partial)


Landscaping texture extraction and translation Figure-ground relationship with the ancient city wall

Figure-ground relationship extraction and translation


Concept Generation

Social Service

Natural Terrain

Historical Heritage

Vertical Hierarchy of Contextual Features

Social interaction with Nature

Interactions among Vertical Layers

Historical interaction with Nature

Riching Spatial Interactions

The thickness of space and time is the most valuable cultural-ecological Feature Spot: Featured Commercial Street

resource of the site, and the landscape is deeply rooted in the regional historical context. Predicated on the protection of natural geomorphology and active response towards the shape of water, it is important to create a thick landscape with solid cultural features and luxuriant natural scenery. The three layers of local cultural and ecological features are

Feature Spot: Museum, Culture Centre

able to return to their geographical origins with a vertical temporal-spatial

Vertical Hierarchy of Contextual Features

framework and interactive dialogue with each other.


Museum Site Plan

Space Allocation of Museum 湿地博物馆 观景塔 Observation deck

Rooftop 屋顶平台platform

展厅一

植被专题 Exhibition room 1

Office 办公 Laboratory 科学实验室

展厅二 Exhibition room 2 湿地动物

互动体验区 Experience zone

Lecture 大小演讲厅 room

Exhibition room 3 展厅三 净化技术

互动体验区 Experience zone

Mini 3D体验影院 Theatre


02

Upper West Shanghai, Putuo Work Stages Location

Design Development

3 Tone Grey Coloured Gra - See Paving B Module

Shanghai, China

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Bar Table 吧台 Granite Cladding Mahogany Grey Polished Finish 花岗岩贴面, 紫金灰, 光面

Transition Band 中间转换区域条带铺装 Refer to Paving Design Development 02 参考铺装深化设计02

3 Tone Buff Coloured Granite Paving - See Paving A Module 参考典型铺装模数A

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3 Tone Grey Coloured Granite Paving - See Paving B Module

3 Tone Buff Coloured Granite Paving - See Paving A Module

参考典型铺装模数B

参考典型铺装模数A


4.2 The Boulevard Paving Design Development 02 林荫大道铺装深化设计 02 750x300x50mm Granite, Color and Material to Match Adjacent Paving Module 750x300x50mm花岗岩,颜色及材料配合邻近铺装模数

灌木,详见种植平面L6系列 SHRUB PLANTING REFER TO PLANTING PLAN L6 SERIES

4.3 The Boulevard Furniture Design Development 林荫大道家具设计 SIDEWALK 人行道

450mm 深表层土壤 450mm DEPTH TOPSOIL

树木种植 详见种植平面L5系列 TREE PLANTING REFER TO TREE PLANTING PLAN L5 SERIES & PLANTING SCHEDULE 150x1000x150毫米花岗岩道牙 150x1000x150毫米花岗岩道牙 树根覆盖物或灌木 珍珠黑,烧面 珍珠黑,烧面 A131005269 150x1000x150mm GRANITE 150x1000x150mm GRANITE MULCH OR SHRUBS ROAD CURB,BLACK PEARL,FLAMED ROAD CURB,BLACK PEARL,FLAMED

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150x150x50mm Granite Color and Material to Match Adjacent Paving Module

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150毫米厚砾石(根据结构意见) 150毫米厚砾石(根据结构意见) 150mm THK.CRUSHED AGGREGATE 150mm THK.CRUSHED BASE AGGREGATE BASE TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION

Flush Granite 200毫米厚C15凝土结构(根据结构意见) Curb 花岗岩沿边200毫米厚C15凝土结构(根据结构意见) 200mmPaving THK.CONCRETE BASE 200mm THK.CONCRETE BASE Between Granite and Planting 种植池与铺装之间沿边 排水层,详见结构 TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION 150mm GRAVEL SHINGLE DRAINAGE LAYER,TOWARDS PERFORATED 75mm MDPE PIPE,WRAPPED IN GEOTEXTILE SEPARATING MEMBRANE,REFER TO 素土夯实(根据结构意见) 素土夯实(根据结构意见) ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION COMPACTED SUB-GRADE COMPACTED SUB-GRADE TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION 分割纱布 GEOTEXTILE SEPARATING 300毫米厚砾石(根据结构意见) 300毫米厚砾石(根据结构意见) MEMBRANE LAYER 现场浇筑混凝土座椅 300mm THK.CRUSHED AGGREGATE 300mm THK.CRUSHED BASE AGGREGATE BASE In-situ Concrete Bench TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION With 30mm THK. Granite Cladding 花岗岩贴面 回填土,夯实度94%(根据结构意见) BACKFILL 路基辗压(根据结构意见) 路基辗压(根据结构意见) TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION FILL,TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION FILL,TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION

200毫米厚C15凝土结构(根据结构意见) 200毫米厚C15凝土结构(根据结构意见 Upper West Shanghai, Landscape Design Development 6 200mm THK.CONCRETE BASE 200mm THK.CONCRETE BASE

www.morphisdesign.com Studio 807, 43-55, Yu Yuet Lai Building, Wyndham Street, Central, JM Hong Kong TEL: +852 6683 6271

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450x450x50mm花岗岩,颜色及材料配合邻近铺装模数

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Transition Band Paving Module 中间转换区域条带铺装 03 树木种植细部 TREE PLANTING SOIL PROFILE RAISED GRANITE CURB RAISED BETWEEN GRANITE ROADCURB AND BETWEEN SIDEWALKROAD AND SIDEWALK E1 人行道与车行道之间花岗岩路牙 E1 人行道与车行道之间花岗岩路牙

02 灌木种植细部 SHRUB PLANTING SOIL PROFILE SCALE: 1:5

ROAD 车行道

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300mm 深下层土壤 300mm DEPTH TOPSOIL

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150x1000x150毫米花岗岩道牙 150x1000x150毫米花岗岩道牙 珍珠黑,烧面 珍珠黑,烧面 150x1000x150mm GRANITE 150x1000x150mm GRANITE ROAD CURB,BLACK PEARL,FLAMED ROAD CURB,BLACK PEARL,FLAMED

SIDEWALK Studio 807, 43-55, 指定铺地材料 (见铺装平面L2系列) 指定铺地材料 (见铺装平面L2系列) 人行道 Yu Yuet Lai Building, Wyndham Street, Central, PAVING AS SPECIFIED PAVING AS SPECIFIED 草坪/灌木,详见种植平面L5-6系列 Hong Kong +852 6683 REFER TO PAVING PLANREFER L2 SERIES TO PAVINGTEL:PLAN L26271SERIES TURF/SHRUB

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RAISED GRANITE CURB RAISED BETWEEN GRANITE ROADCURB AND BETWEEN PLANTINGROAD AND PLANTING E2 车行道与种植池之间花岗岩路牙 E2 车行道与种植池之间花岗岩路牙

SCALE: 1:5

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Studio 807, 43-55, Yu Yuet Lai Building, A131005269 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong TEL: +852 6683 6271

Illustrative Bench Model 座椅意向图

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防水,保温,找坡等结构层,详见建筑图纸 REFER TO ARCHITECT'S DRAWINGS

表层土壤 UPSOIL

分割纱布 GEOTEXTILE SEPARATING MEMBRANE LAYER

Flush Granite Curb 花岗岩沿边 Between Granite Paving and Planting 种植池与铺装之间沿边

指定花岗岩铺地材料 (见铺装平面L2系列) 指定花岗岩铺地材料 (见铺装平面L2系列) PAVING AS SPECIFIED PAVING AS SPECIFIED REFER TO PAVING PLANREFER L2 SERIES TO PAVING PLAN L2 SERIES

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Flush Granite Curb 花岗岩沿边

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注解: 承包商應提供施工圖紙,需批准結構計算,為建設前初步樣機. 注解: 承包商應提供施工圖紙,需批准結構計算,為建設前初步樣機. 注解: 承包商應提供施工圖紙,需批准結構計算,為建設前初步樣機. 注解: 承包商應提供施工圖紙,需批准結構計算,為建設前初步樣機. 20毫米厚砂床层 20毫米厚砂床层 NOTE: CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTE: PROVIDE CONTRACTOR SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL PROVIDE WITH REQUIRED SHOP DRAWINGS STRUCTURAL WITH REQUIRED STRUCTURAL NOTE: CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTE: PROVIDE CONTRACTOR SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL PROVIDE WITH REQUIRED SHOP DRAWINGS STRUCTURAL WITH REQUIRED STRUCTURAL 5亳米厚不朽钢分隔条及固定件 5亳米厚不朽钢分隔条 20mm TO MORTAR BED DEPTH 20mm MORTAR BED DEPTH CALCULATIONS FOR 播种种植草(参考种植平面L6系列) APPROVAL CALCULATIONS BY ARCH.FOR PRIOR APPROVAL TO CONSTRUCTING BY ARCH. PRIOR INITIAL CONSTRUCTING MOCKUPS. INITIAL MOCKUPS. CALCULATIONS FOR APPROVAL CALCULATIONS BY ARCH.FOR PRIOR APPROVAL TO CONSTRUCTING BY ARCH. PRIOR INITIAL TO CONSTRUCTING MOCKUPS. INITIAL MOCKUPS. 5mm THK.STAINLESS STEEL 5mm THK.STAINLESS EDGE 100x1000x150毫米花岗岩道牙 100x1000x150毫米花岗岩道牙 SEEDED GRASS REFER TO In-situ Concrete Bench 现场浇筑混凝土座椅 珍珠黑,烧面 珍珠黑,烧面 PLANTING PLAN L6 SERIES With 30mm THK. Granite Cladding 花岗岩贴面 100x1000x150mm GRANITE 100x1000x150mm GRANITE 指定铺地材料 (见物料目录及平面) 指定铺地材料 (见物料目录及平面) 灌木种植,参考平面L6系列 灌木种植,参考平面 PEARL,FLAMED BLACK PEARL,FLAMED 建築物或護坡牆邊 圆形植草格,半径46mm,50mm深,格壁厚2.5mm BLACK建築物或護坡牆邊 PAVING AS SPECIFIED PAVING AS SPECIFIED SHRUBS PLANTING SHRUBS PLANTING BUILDING OR REVETMENTBUILDING OR REVETMENT 填种植土至植草格顶部5-7mm处 (REFER TO MATERIAL SCHEDULE (REFER TO & PLAN) MATERIAL SCHEDULE & PLAN) REFER TO PLANTING PLAN REFER L6 TO SERIES PLANTING WALL EDGE WALL EDGE 为根系生长区,沙/土比例为60:40 設置'A'6毫米厚316不銹鋼片 設置'A'6毫米厚316不銹鋼片 灌木种植,参考平面L6系列 灌木种植,参考平面L6系列 GRASS CELLS,46mm ROUND SHAPED 75毫米厚碎石,石料直径10-20毫米,灰色 75毫米厚碎石,石料直 SET 'A' 6mm THK. 316 SET S/S 'A' SHEET 6mm THK. 316 S/S SHEET 指定铺地材料,见铺装平面L2系列 SHRUBS PLANTING SHRUBS 指定铺地材料,见铺装平面L2系列 PLANTING 2.5mm CELL WALL THICKNESS,50mm DEPTH 参考铺装平面L2系列 参考铺装平面L2系列 专业负责人/日期 DISCIPLINE RESPONSIBLE TO PLANTING PLAN REFER L6 TO SERIES PLANTING PLAN L6 SERIES AS SPECIFIED PAVING AS SPECIFIED BY/DATE FILLED TO WITHIN 5-7mm OF THE SURFACE REFERPAVING LOOSE GRAVEL, 75mm DEPTH LOOSE GRAVEL, 75mm REFER TO PAVING PLAN REFER L2 SERIES TO PAVING PLAN L2 SERIES WITH 60:40(SAND:SOIL) ROOTZONE MIN. 20 mm THK. CEMENT/SAND MIN. 20 mm THK. CEMENT/SAND 10-20mm AGGREGATE SIZE,GREY 10-20mm AGGREGATE COLOUR 150毫米厚C15凝土结构(根据结构意见) 150毫米厚C15凝土结构(根据结构意见) SETTING BED SETTING BED REFER TO PAVING PLANREFER L2 SERIES TO PAVING PL 35mm 嵌钉 150mm THK.CONCRETE BASE 150mm THK.CONCRETE BASE 指定铺地材料 (见物料目录及平面) 指定铺地材料 (见物料目录及平面) 分割纱布(根据结构意见) 分割纱布(根据结构意 35mm GROUND SPIKE TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION PAVING AS SPECIFIED PAVING AS SPECIFIED GEOTEXTILE SEPARATING GEOTEXTILE MEMBRANE SEPARAT (REFER TO MATERIAL SCHEDULE (REFER TO & PLAN) MATERIAL SCHEDULE & PLAN) 可搬移覆蓋, 鋪地材料須配合相鄰 可搬移覆蓋, 鋪地材料須配合相鄰 分割纱布 150mm厚压实碎石垫层(根据结构意见) 150mm厚压实碎石垫层 表层土,详见种植细部L15.01 表层土,详见种植细部L15.01 REMOVABLE COVER WITH REMOVABLE IN-SET COVER WITH IN-SET Illustrative Bench Model 座椅意向图 設置'A'6毫米厚316不銹鋼片 GEOTEXTILE SEPARATING MEMBRANE LAYER COMPACTED GRANULAR SUB COMPACTED BASE, 150mm GRANULAR DE 設置'A'6毫米厚316不銹鋼片 TOPSOIL TOPSOIL SET 'A' 6mm THK. 316 SET S/S 'A' SHEET 6mm THK. 316 S/S SHEET MATERIAL TO MATCH PAVING ADJACENT MATERIAL TO L15.01 MATCH ADJACENT REFER PAVING TO PLANTING DETAIL L15.01 REFER TO PLANTING DETAIL REFER TO ENGINEER'S REFER SPECIFICATION TO ENGINEER' 50-70毫米厚砂床层,沙/土比例为60:40 表层土,详见种植细部L15.01 表层土,详见种植细 50-70mm THK.BEDDING LAYER 150毫米厚砾石 (详见结构) 150毫米厚砾石 (详见结构) TOPSOIL TOPSOIL 60:40(SAND:SOIL) ROOTZONE 20 mm THK. CEMENT/SAND MIN. 20 mm THK. CEMENT/SAND REFER TO PLANTING DETAIL REFER L15.01 TO PLANTING 150mm MIN. THK.CRUSHED AGGREGATE 150mm THK.CRUSHED BASE AGGREGATE BASE MIN. 20 mm THK. CEMENT/SAND MIN. 20 mm THK. CEMENT/SAND STAMP 100-380毫米厚碎砾石层,见供应商说明 BED REFER SETTING BED SPECIFICATION 专业负责人/日期 DISCIPLINE RESPONSIBLE REFER SETTING TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION TO ENGINEER'S SETTING BED SETTING BED 碎石基底(根据结构意见) 碎石基底(根据结构意 BY/DATE 100-380mm THK.CRUSHED AGGREGATE SUB-BASED 雨水沟宽度多样,详见给排水图纸H03-01 雨水沟宽度多样,详见给排水图纸H03-01 GRANULAR SUBGRADE GRANULAR SUBGRADE REFER TO MANUFACTURE'S SPECIFICATION REFER TO ENGINEER'S REFER SPECIFICATION TO ENGINEER' WIDTH OF CHANNEL DRAIN WIDTH VARIES, OF CHANNEL REFER DRAIN VARIES, REFER 素土夯实(根据结构意见) TO ENGINEER'S 素土夯实(根据结构意见) DRAINAGE TO DRAWINGS ENGINEER'S H03-01 DRAINAGE DRAWINGS H03-01 3x50x50毫米不銹鋼渠蓋框架与 3x50x50毫米不銹鋼渠蓋框架与 STAMP COMPACTED SUB-GRADE COMPACTED SUB-GRADE 专业负责人/日期 DISCIPLINE RESPONSIBLE 下层土壤,详见种植细部L15.01 下层土壤,详见种植细 5x25毫米高橫向框架, 支撑间距为每盖750毫米 5x25毫米高橫向框架, 支撑间距为每盖750毫米 BY/DATE TO ENGINEER'S TO ENGINEER'S 3x50x50mmSPECIFICATION S/S CHANNEL 3x50x50mm COVER SPECIFICATION S/S CHANNEL COVER SUBSOIL SUBSOIL 3x50x50mm S/S CHANNEL3x50x50mm COVER S/S CHANNEL COVER 下层土壤层,见供应商说明 FRAME WITH 5x25mm HEIGHT FRAME LATERAL WITH 5x25mm HEIGHT LATERAL REFER TO PLANTING DETAIL REFER L15.01 TO PLANTING FRAME WITH 5x25mm HEIGHT FRAMELATERAL WITH 5x25mm HEIGHT LATERAL 下层土壤,详见种植细部L15.01 下层土壤,详见种植细部L15.01 SUBSOIL,REFER TO BRACE AT EACH COVER MODULE BRACE AT ENDEACH COVER MODULE END BRACE AT EACH COVER MODULE BRACE AT ENDEACH COVER MODULE END SUBSOIL SUBSOIL MANUFACTURE'S SPECIFICATION O.C. DETAIL @750mm O.C. DETAIL L15.01 REFER@750mm TO PLANTING REFER L15.01 TO PLANTING @750mm O.C. @750mm O.C. 素土夯实(根据结构意见) 素土夯实(根据结构意 COMPACTED SUB-GRADE COMPACTED SUB-GRAD 混凝土倒形成U'渠道結構部分 混凝土倒形成U'渠道結構部分 REFER TO ENGINEER'S REFER SPECIFICATION TO ENGINEER' 5x25毫米高度橫向框架,5x25毫米高度橫向框架, (见工程师图) (见工程师图) 混凝土倒形成U'渠道結構部分(见工程师图) 混凝土倒形成U'渠道結構部分(见工程师图) CONCRETE OVER POUR TOCONCRETE FORM OVER POUR TO FORM CONCRETE 种植细部 OVER POUR L15.01 TOCONCRETE FORM OVER POUR TO FORM 'U' CHANNEL STRUCTURE'U' SECTION CHANNEL STRUCTURE SECTION PLANTING DETAIL L15.01 'U' CHANNEL STRUCTURE 'U' SECTION CHANNEL STRUCTURE SECTION (REFER TO ENGINEERS DRAWINGS) (REFER TO ENGINEERS DRAWINGS) STAGE (REFER TOCONSTRUCTION ENGINEERS DRAWINGS) (REFER TO ENGINEERS DRAWINGS)

GRANITE CURB FLUSH BETWEEN GRANITE PLANTING CURB BETWEEN AND PAVING PLANTING AND PAVING E3 花岗岩沿边 FLUSH E3 花岗岩沿边

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Plan - Bench 座椅及种植池平面

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排水口管及濾網蓋漏系統, 排水口管及濾網蓋漏系統, (见工程师图) (见工程师图) STAINLESS STEEL EDGE STAINLESS BETWEEN STEEL PLANTING EDGE BETWEEN AND GRAVEL PLANTING AND GRAVEL DRAIN OUTLET PIPE W/ DRAIN STRAINER OUTLET CAP PIPE W/ STRAINER CAP E4 不锈钢路牙 E4 不锈钢路牙 JAE-1140-A3 排水口管及濾網蓋漏系統, 排水口管及濾網蓋漏系統, (见工程师图) (见工程师图) TO STORM DRAIN/2/SW SYSTEMTO STORM DRAIN SYSTEM SCALE: 1:5 SCALE: 1:5 STATUS DRAIN OUTLET PIPE W/ DRAIN STRAINER OUTLET CAP PIPE W/ STRAINER CAP (REFER TO ENGINEER'S (REFER DRAWINGS) TO ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS) TO STORM DRAIN SYSTEMTO STORM DRAIN SYSTEM A.S Bench Reference Image 座椅意向图 (REFER TO ENGINEER'S (REFER DRAWINGS) TO ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS) APR 2016

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PLANTING PLAN L5&6 SERIES 150mm 深表层土壤 150mm DEPTH TOPSOIL

450mm 深表层土壤 450mm DEPTH TOPSOIL

SIDEWALK Studio 807, 43-55, 指定铺地材料 (见铺装平面L2系列) 指定铺地材料 (见铺装平面L2系列) 人行道 Yu Yuet Lai Building, Wyndham Street, Central, PAVING AS SPECIFIED PAVING AS SPECIFIED 草坪/灌木,详见种植平面L5-6系列 Hong Kong +852 6683 REFER TO PAVING PLANREFER L2 SERIES TO PAVINGTEL:PLAN L26271SERIES TURF/SHRUB REFER TO PLANTING PLAN L5&6 SERIES

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一般注意事项 回填土,夯实度94%(根据结构意见) 1. 此部分应该结合整套图纸中其它图纸与规格共同阅读 BACKFILL 2. 此图只用于设计深化提供参考之用 TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION 3. 所有尺寸以毫米为单位,所有尺寸以图中标明尺寸及参照线为准,不以 量度图纸为准 4. 所有基地图纸是由建筑师和客户提供 5. 除非另有明确的书面约定,莫尔菲斯对直接和间接的损失不承担责任 6. 此图未获得莫尔菲斯书面同意之前不可进行全部或部分复印

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ROOTBALL 500mm 深下层土壤 500mm DEPTH SUBSOIL

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300x300x50mm Granite, Color and Material to Match Adjacent Paving Module

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4.6 Typical Details 典型细部

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01 草坪种植细部 TURF SOIL PROFILE

02 灌木种植细部 SHRUB PLANTING SOIL PROFILE

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03 树木种植细部 TREE PLANTING SOIL PROFILE SCALE: 1:10 RAISED GRANITE CURB RAISED BETWEEN GRANITE ROADCURB AND BETWEEN SIDEWALKROAD AND SIDEWALK E1 人行道与车行道之间花岗岩路牙 E1 人行道与车行道之间花岗岩路牙 SCALE: 1:5

B1层灌木种植,详见灌木种植平面 L6-B1-02,03,05 SHRUB PLANTING ON B1 REFER TO SHRUB PLANTING PLAN L6-B1-02,03,05

防水,保温,找坡等结构层,详见建筑图纸 REFER TO ARCHITECT'S DRAWINGS

表层土壤 UPSOIL

分割纱布 GEOTEXTILE SEPARATING MEMBRANE LAYER

指定花岗岩铺地材料 (见铺装平面L2系列) 指定花岗岩铺地材料 (见铺装平面L2系列) PAVING AS SPECIFIED PAVING AS SPECIFIED REFER TO PAVING PLANREFER L2 SERIES TO PAVING PLAN L2 SERIES

排水,详见结构 750x150x50mm花岗岩,颜色及材料配合邻近铺装模数 SUBSOIL DRAIN

下层土壤 SUBSOIL

注解: 承包商應提供施工圖紙,需批准結構計算,為建設前初步樣機. 注解: 承包商應提供施工圖紙,需批准結構計算,為建設前初步樣機. 注解: 承包 20毫米厚砂床层 20毫米厚砂床层 NOTE: CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTE: PROVIDE CONTRACTOR SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL PROVIDE WITH REQUIRED SHOP DRAWINGS STRUCTURAL WITH REQUIRED STRUCTURAL NOTE: CONT 20mm TO MORTAR BED DEPTH 20mm MORTAR BED DEPTH CALCULATIONS FOR 播种种植草(参考种植平面L6系列) APPROVAL CALCULATIONS BY ARCH.FOR PRIOR APPROVAL TO CONSTRUCTING BY ARCH. PRIOR INITIAL CONSTRUCTING MOCKUPS. INITIAL MOCKUPS. CALC 100x1000x150毫米花岗岩道牙 100x1000x150毫米花岗岩道牙 SEEDED GRASS REFER TO 珍珠黑,烧面 珍珠黑,烧面 PLANTING PLAN L6 SERIES 100x1000x150mm GRANITE 100x1000x150mm GRANITE PEARL,FLAMED BLACK PEARL,FLAMED 建築物或護坡牆邊 圆形植草格,半径46mm,50mm深,格壁厚2.5mm BLACK建築物或護坡牆邊 BUILDING OR REVETMENTBUILDING OR REVETMENT 填种植土至植草格顶部5-7mm处 WALL EDGE WALL EDGE 为根系生长区,沙/土比例为60:40 灌木种植,参考平面L6系列 灌木种植,参考平面L6系列 GRASS CELLS,46mm ROUND SHAPED 指定铺地材料,见铺装平面L2系列 SHRUBS PLANTING SHRUBS 指定铺地材料,见铺装平面L2系列 PLANTING 2.5mm CELL WALL THICKNESS,50mm DEPTH 专业负责人/日期 DISCIPLINE RESPONSIBLE TO PLANTING PLAN REFER L6 TO SERIES PLANTING PLAN L6 SERIES AS SPECIFIED PAVING AS SPECIFIED BY/DATE FILLED TO WITHIN 5-7mm OF THE SURFACE REFERPAVING REFER TO PAVING PLAN REFER L2 SERIES TO PAVING PLAN L2 SERIES WITH 60:40(SAND:SOIL) ROOTZONE 150毫米厚C15凝土结构(根据结构意见) 150毫米厚C15凝土结构(根据结构意见) 35mm 嵌钉 150mm THK.CONCRETE BASE 150mm THK.CONCRETE BASE 35mm GROUND SPIKE TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION

REFER TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION B1完成面,铺装L模数 详见铺装平面图L2-B1-02.03,05 及细部L11.04 FINISH SURFACE OF B1 PAVING L MODULE REFER TO PAVING PLAN L2-B1-02.03,05 AND PAVING DETAILS L12.04

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150mm厚钢筋混凝土 150mm THK.CONCRETE REFER TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION 架空或填充,详见结构 VOID AND FILL REFER TO ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION

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B1建筑结构层(见建筑图纸) CONCRETE STRUCTURE OF B1 REFER TO ARCHITECT'S DRAWINGS

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注解: 承包商應提供施工圖紙,需批准結構計算,為建設前初步樣機. NOTE: CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE SHOP DRAWINGS WITH REQUIRED STRUCTURAL CALCULATIONS FOR APPROVAL BY ARCH. PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTING INITIAL MOCKUPS.

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Expension Joint Detail JAE-1140-A3 JAE-1140-A3

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設置'A'6毫米厚316不銹鋼片 SET 'A' 6mm THK. 316 S/S SHEET

混凝土倒形成U'渠道結構部分 5x25毫米高度橫向框架, (见工程师图) CONCRETE OVER POUR TO FORM 'U' CHANNEL STRUCTURE SECTION (REFER TO ENGINEERS DRAWINGS)

排水口管及濾網蓋漏系統, (见工程师图) DRAIN OUTLET PIPE W/ STRAINER CAP TO STORM DRAIN SYSTEM (REFER TO ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS)

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Grand Riviera, Ting Kau Work Stages Location

Concept Design, Schematic Design

Hong Kong


NEW YORK 60 Broad Street, 39th Floor New York, New York United States 10004 T. +1.212.213.1181 www.wilsonassociates.com

Pavement Module Detail

Pavement Module Detail SHANGHAI 427 Jumen Road Building 1, Suite 401 Shanghai 20023, China T. 86.21.63870866 www.wilsonassociates.com

Marble Cladding MIN. 20mm Mortar Setting Bed

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No-edge Pool Treatment - Knife Edge

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Restain the Existing Structure and Redesign to a Seating of Plunge Pool

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SUPPLEMENT


ENVELOPE: SKIN & STRUCTURE Architecture Studio Academic Work / Elective fabrication studio Location Tutor

Hong Kong

Ng, Otto C. L.

Melbourne, Scott Jennings

Work Load

Collaborated with CHEN Linhui

April - June, 2016

Pattern & Tension


In history, due to the restriction of construction skill, architecture relies on the thick and complete envelope to shelter and support the weight, which certainly sacrifices the interior lighting or windy quality.This project investigates in the limit of envelope design, which may not only function as partitions but also as shading, structure , circulation and spatial program. It proposes precast fabrication methods using continuous geometry that are tested through a series of facade modules.The search for a performing envelope starts from the module property that can vary in size and depth.The environmental analyses of these modules, on a selected site in Hong Kong, further informed their design performances.

This project investigates in the limit of envelope design, which may not only function as partitions but also as shading, structure, circulation and spatial program. By comparing with the five prototype unit modules, the triangle module is proved to be structural optimal since it has the densest saddle surface. With various tension imposed, the basic shape of modules changes accordingly, which may vary in size and depth. Thus various assembled pattern could be achieved, which would accommodate various program for various purpose.


Prototype Unit Study


Potential Application of Variable Module Diffuse Radiation

Unrolled Envelope

Light Transformation

Light Plan

Light Slab

By analyzing the solar exposure that the volume receives over the course of one year in Hong Kong, zones of changing light intensity are mapped on its outer surface.Then ,light density are translated into envelope language.


DRAGGING - SCAPE membrane simulation & manual contour generation Academic Work/Elective Fabrication Studio Tutor Ng, Otto C. L.

Melbourne, Scott Jennings

Work Load

Independent work

March - April, 2016

By means of physical simulation, I intended to simulate the shape of fabric by control the dragging points and distance. However, the fabricated surface via simulation turned out to be still artificial when compared with fabrication output with melted and reshaped plastic cardboard. So my final decision is to get the shape by dragging real fabric and fix the shape by resin. Later use plaster layer by layer to manually generate natural shape and contours.


fabrication process


Inside the Surface | Landscape Architecture Practice Academic Work/Landscape Architecture Design Studio Tutor

Ivan Valin

Work Load

Independent work

October - November, 2014


Shear-Split-Intervention Landscape Architecture Practice Academic Work

Landscape Architecture Design Studio Tutor

Ivan Valin

Work Load

Independent work

September - October, 2014

INTERVENTION INTERVENTION FIRSTV FIRSTV CASE CASE STUDY: STUDY: BAMBOO BAMBOO GARDEN GARDEN IN PARC IN PARC VILLETE VILLETE

SECOND SECOND CASE CASE STUDY: STUDY: NOVARTIS NOVARTIS HEADQUATERS HEADQUATERS

ENCLOSURE ENCLOSURE

ENCLOSURE ENCLOSURE

SECTION SECTION A_A A_A

THRESHOLD THRESHOLD

THRESHOLD THRESHOLD

WINDOWS WINDOWS

WINDOWS WINDOWS

SECTION SECTION B_B B_B


These series of highly composed collages were trying to reveal the space syntax of the site. They could be regarded as summarization and concentration of elements in site - Changes in topography, materials, light and shadow.

PRINCIPAL COMPOSITE DRAWING/MONTAGE

ANALYTICAL DRAWING/MONTAGE: PRIMARY & SECONDARY TENSIONS

FREE VARIATION ON SCHEMA (LINE DOMINANT)

FREE VARIATION ON SCHEMA (TEXTURE/FIELD DOMINANT)


The Path | Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial

CONCEPT NARRATIVE Our proposal for the Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial is called THE PATH. By utilizing the topography to the utmost, the slightly bent path initially starts from the threshold of the site, gradually descends towards the lowest point of the site with oblique polished black marble walls on both sides. The oblique angle of walls is deliberately

Part-time Practice | Competition

designed to bevel to the same side, which is pointing towards the direction of Sandy

December, 2017

to the beginning of the path, and flow along the way on one side of the path, then

Work Load

Collaborated with CHEN Linhui

Hook Elementary School. The water of the existing pond is pumped underground eventually join its original source. The polished marble wall reflects the sparkle of the creek’s surface in both daylight and lighting under water during the evening. The lowest, also the inflection, point of the path is a bit wider and forms a small plaza facing towards the upper big lawn on the side which is nearer to the school. The wall tilting upwards obliques dramatically to form a path towards the upper lawn. So visitors can climb up the slope and look out to the direction of the school. With circle Mobius-like benches on the lawn, which indicates the circle of life, visitors can sit out and conduct whatever they want as commemorative activities. The path then changes direction and passes through the existing pond. Finally, it ascends again to the adjacent Treadwell Memorial Park in the south of the site as a mediator. The ending and the beginning, with almost the same altitude, are actually symmetrical and mirror each other in an emblematic way. It reveals itself as the act of starting off right at the FIN of the path.


CONCEPT NARRATIVE CONCEPT GENERATION

Heading towards Treadwell Memorial Park.

The direction towards Sandy Hook Elementary School.

I. Intend to preserve the thriving status quo landscaping to the utmost.

IV. The plaza boundary bevels to form a path to the lawn, with circle benches indicating the circle of life.

II. A path connects the threshold of the site to the adjacent Treadwell Memorial Park.

V. The oblique walls on both sides of the path act as mediator and guide for the visitors.

III. The lowest, also the inflection, point of the path is a bit wider and forms a small plaza.

V. The creek sourcing from the existing pond companies alongside the path and run back into its origin.


Dimension of Self - Consciousness

CONCEPT NARRATIVE

Part-time Practice | Competition Work Load

March, 2017

Denmark

Collaborated with CHEN Linhui

38%

37.5%

Norway

37%

FInland Japan

Netherlands

36.5%

33%

33%

France

31.5%

UK

US

31%

30%

27%

25%

Canada

27.5%

28%

Poland

Australia

SITE PLAN

32.5%

Estonia

Germany

Belgium

Switzerland

36.5%

25%

Italy

PERCENTAGES OF OPH

Living alone phenomenon is the fastest-growing living typology worldwide, including Europe, North America, and Asia. The prevalence of one-person household (OPH) will continue to increase due to various ethnographic trends. And the more economically developed societies witness the highest proportion of OPH. According to recent studies from demographic scholars, solo-living style is becoming more of a positive urban middle-class lifestyle instead of a negative stereotype of social isolation. And this is more about the idea of self-introspection and self-consciousness. The domination of one’s personal living space is a philosophy of domination of one’s own consciousness. Every detail inside the living space has become part of the owner’s insight. The space is just right to handle the owner’s seclusion and world-engagement. The house of self-consciousness is placed at a highly busy intersection that can be anywhere in an economically developed society. It is a unit lifted above the ground and only interact with the sky and the earth. A nook away from the intense movement, but still be present in the urban context. The characteristic of the nook is defined by slightly distorted cubic with an equivocal relationship between ceiling and walls, and the challenge to conventional threshold. The dimension of the space one can exercise control over is decided by the distance one’s consciousness can reach out of. Such being the case, the dimension has become a token of self-consciousness.

ELEVATION


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Magic Cube | Structure Design Academic Work/Second Prize of the 5th “PKPM“ National College Students Structure Design Competition Tutor

CHEN Yong

Work Load

Cooperated with ZHANG Cuiting, LIU Qi

July - November, 2011


The Paradox of Water Issue in Shenzhen

“Fresh Water Shortage” vs “Water Logging” Academic Work Tutor

Bin JIANG and Andrew TOLAND

Work Load

Independent Research Work

March - June, 2015

The paradox of water issue in Shenzhen is a problem intimately relevant to citizens’ daily life which needs to be solved urgently. On one hand, as a southern coastal city surrounded by water, it is quite

ironic that almost 70% of Shenzhen’ s freshwater supply comes from Dong River of exterior area, which means the high external dependence of water supply is the sword of Damocles always hanging overhead the Shenzhen citizens, a slight fluctuation will

lead to the sounding of alarm. On the other hand, water logging during rainy season, especially storm which happens frequently

during summer, puts most part of the urban transport system into an paralyzing situation, which also cost the wealth and efforts of its citizens.

This project aims at combining these two aspects of issues which are closely related and trying to find some common ground between these two issues. After some basic research of causes which

contribute to these two aspects separately, the answer revealed it-

self - the lack of large water body which could serve as a main fresh water supply resource and at the same time as an adequate rain

water harvesting container - plays an important role in both issues.

The next step is based on this foundation and trying to analyze the advantages of current main water supply resource for Shenzhen, in the view of geography, topography and ecology. Then by means of topography analysis and animation in GIS and Grasshopper,

comparing the storage capacity of existing reservoirs inside Shen-

zhen, which are inadequate for citizens’ present and future water requirement, trying to find some expansion potential within these

reservoirs. By means of developing this idea, it would be ideal if some of these reservoirs could be developed into adequate large rain water harvesting containers and partially solve these two issues at the same time.


Year Calendar of Energy on Earth The Consumption Machine of Energy Section from North Pole to South Pole

Academic Work Tutor

Deniz Seth

Work Load

March , 2015

Independent Work


Automatic Drawing | A Practice with Perlin Noise Flow Field Hobby Project Work Load 2017

Independent work

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Photography

光を描くために,影をかいています。 —— 井上雄彦 “The reason to depict shadow is to characterize light.” As a fan of famous cartoonist Takehiko Inoue, I also believe in what he believes. Freezing the “moments” of light is a way of “seeing“ that can hardly be achieved by naked eyes. And this process allows me to explore the potential relationships between disparate fascinations. It is another way of communicating with things external.


Drawing and Art Works


In order to draw and express, the only proper way is to watch and keep on watching. And it makes drawing an irreplaceable way to delicately perceive things external and sense the nature and rhythm of forms and performance, nature and architecture.


Participated Projects during Internships | Contributions

St채dtebau-Architekture-Transfer International

Shanghai Yangshan Port Office, Phase IV Contributed in: Preliminary design; diagrams drawing; Bidding documents typesetting.

St채dtebau-Architekture-Transfer International

Campus Planning and Design of Zhejiang SciTech University, Technology - Art Institute Contributed in: Master plan drawing; Diagrams drawing; Documents typesetting.

St채dtebau-Architekture-Transfer International

Anji Campus Commercial District Contributed in: Preliminary design; diagrams drawing; Documents typesetting.

Junya Ishigami & Associates Dessau Bauhaus Museum, 2nd Phase Competition Entry Contributed in: Study model making; Diagram drawing; Perspective rendering; Interior design; Horticulture design.

Junya Ishigami & Associates Niki Resort Share Farm Project(residence) Contributed in: Concept development; Study model making; Diagram drawing.

ICC Hangzhou International Creative Center

Junya Ishigami & Associates Niki Resort Share Farm Project

Contributed in: Landscape concept design.

Contributed in: Study model making; Horticulture design.

St채dtebau-Architekture-Transfer International


Junya Ishigami & Associates Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum

Junya Ishigami & Associates Yamaguchi House & restaurant

Contributed in: Publication images for El Croquis.

Contributed in: Study model making; Diagrams drawing;

Junya Ishigami & Associates KAIT Cafeteria Kanagawa Institute of Technology

Junya Ishigami & Associates Polytechnic Museum, Moscow

Contributed in: Study model making; Publication images for El Croquis;Digital model modification; Animation.

Junya Ishigami & Associates Port of Kinmen Passenger Service Center Contributed in: Perspective rendering; Diagrams drawing;

Junya Ishigami & Associates House of Peace Copenhagen’s Nordhavn Harbour Contributed in: Model making for GA Gallery Exhibition.

Contributed in: Perspective rendering; Interior design;

Zhejiang University Urban and Rural Planning and Design Institute

Comprehensive Planning of Dongcheng Town, Linhai Contributed in: Transportation planning; Green-corridor system planning.

Architectural Design & Research Institute of Zhejiang University Waterfront Landscape Design of Pingqiao Town, Tiantai County Independent work: Concept development; digital modeling; Preliminary design; Perspective rendering; Documents typesetting.


ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY | BEngUP | Outstanding Graduate Student THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG | MLA | with Distinction

PORTFOLIO LANDSCAPE + ARCHITECTURE + URBAN DESIGN + ART janinejl@connect.hku.hk


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Janine CHEN | Landscape+Architecture+Urban Design 2011-2017  

MLA HKU (Distinction) ; BEngUP ZJU (Outstanding Graduate)

Janine CHEN | Landscape+Architecture+Urban Design 2011-2017  

MLA HKU (Distinction) ; BEngUP ZJU (Outstanding Graduate)

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