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Jing Guo Portfolio 2013-2017 Selected Works Email: guoj5@mail.uc.edu Tel: +1 513-302-6615 Address: 605 Lowell Ave., Cincinnati, Oh45220 Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jing-guo721292a6/

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Biography

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01 Rammed Earth Freeform Shell

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02 Pseudo Vertical

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03 Athenaeum in Columbus

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04 Interior Renovation

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05 Perfessional

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I don’t think that architecture is only about shelter, is only about a very simple enclosure. It should be able to excite you, to calm you, to make you think. Zaha Hadid

Biography The pursuit for art and beauty is my born instinct. Grew up with my fine art teacher father, I had significant influence on painting, art exhibition and museums. While architecture was still a vague impression for me after I graduated from civil engineering background. At that time, I know it is the supreme embodiment of beauty and sophistication. Architectures always fascinated me with their grand scale and style. Digital fabrication and computational aided design forwarded the architectural design and construction in another level. It also brought the ancient Greek “Master Tekton (Builder)” concept back to the modern, which meant architects were not only creating spatial effects, but also they were closely elaborating the construction of buildings.


WORK EXPERIENCES 5.2016-8.2016 Beijing

8.2015-12.2015 Cincinnati

5.2015-8.2015 Cincinanti

1.2015-5.2015 New York

9.2011-9.2012 Shanghai

Architecture Intern at Zaha Hadid Architects (Beijing Office) Involved in Design Development stage. Autodesk CAD, Revit, Rhino, Maya, Grasshopper, Adobe Suite. Detail Development, Animations, Presentation Drawings, Rendering. “Beijing New Airport interior”, “Wangjing SoHo”, “Galaxy SoHo New Pavilion”, “infinitus plaza”.

Architecture Intern at GBBN Architects Involved in Schematic Design and Design Development stage. Autodesk Revit for documentation drawing. Detail Development, Edit Programs, Presentation Diagram.

University of Cincinnati, College of DAAP Graduate Assistant

Architecture Intern at Perkins Eastman Involved in Design Development with Autodesk Revit, Detail Development, Edit Programs, Presentation Diagram.

Architectrue Assistant at Shanghai DMD Architecture & Interior Co., Ltd Assisting in schematic design, model making and drafting. Initial Concept Design. “Public Bicycle Service System Design”.

3.2011-7.2011 Beijing

Civil Engineer Designer Intern at China Construction Design International (CCDI) Designing and analyzing structures, producing construction drawings, “Harbin West Railway Station”, “The Stadium of Shanxi Province”.

8.2010

China Pingyao International Photography Festival

Pingyao

Booth Designer Assistant.

5.2010

Beijing Architecture Competition

Beijing

6.2009-8.2009

Team Leader, Designing, drawing and modeling.

Construction Engineer Intern at AAAA Construction Group

Taiyuan

Onsite supervising, coordinating, quality, Zhong Zheng Garden Residential

8.2008

Beijing 2008 Summer Olympic Games

Beijing

Urban Service Volunteer, Decoration Designer of the service kiosks.

EDUCATION 9.2013-5.2017

University of Cincinnati, College of DAAP, School of Architecture Master of architecture

9.2007-9.2011

Beijing City University, Department of Urban Construction Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering


This study focuses on applying earth as a traditional building material to explore the possibility of new architectural language that considers the physical properties and cultural significance of earth architecture by using a computationalaid form finding method.


01 RAMMED EARTH Freeform Shell Construction Instructor: Christoph Klmmet | Master of Thesis Project | 2016. 9 - 2017. 4 | Individual


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Precedent Study of Earth Architectures Earth is one of the oldest and most widely used materials for thousands of years. As demonstrated by the historic evidence, nearly every country in every continent has a rich heritage of earthen buildings. From the world’s highest land Tibet to the Niles shore in Egypt or the rich valleys in the south east of China, archaeologists’ findings have proven that earth as a building material inspired our ancestors and affected the way we build.

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Humus

clay (binding)

Topsoil Subsoil

silt (aggregates)

Weatherd rock fragment

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EARTH PROFILE

BALL DROPPING TEST

GRAIN DISTRIBUTION MIXING EARTH

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The first test purely focuses on the raw local earth without adding any supplements in. The positive volume in the plywood mold represented a 2D arch shape.

This test focused on the prefabricated rammed earth component to estimate the friction and strength for the individual piece. Also, the overall stability of the arch structure consisting of earth component should be tested after assembling.

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01 ARCHITECTURE FLOW DIAGRAM OF THREE PROCESS Design Process

Constraints

From Finding

Architecture and tectonics

Structure

Tessellation

Fabrication and installation Voussoir geometry

Analysis process

Materialisation process Fabrication

Installation

FORM FINDING TO FABRICATION Discrete Element Analysis

Input surface

Control Diagram

Compressiononly Surface

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2 Materialization TNA Solver

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Tesselation Stereotomy

Rapid Prototyping

Fabrication

3 Realization

Formwork


DESIGN ITERATOINS WITH DIFFERENT FORMS OPEN EDGE

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DOME W/ OPENING &OPEN EDGE

MULTIPLE OPENINGS TIMBREL VAULT

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Great Wall Site

1.5h Dunhuang

Gansu, China

Dunhuang SITE LOCATION

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Driving Time


SITE PLAN

Linear representation

2D deformation

Blending program

FORM FINDING PROCESS

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Motors Support sheets Metal cylinder Modified square units Earth infill Model side board

EARTH PANELING TOOL PROPOSAL

Cork-clay-trass-lime mixture Reinforced concrete base Foam-glass filling

FOUNDATION DETAIL

Roof 16’ 10”

Level 0 0’ 0” Level -1 9’ 6”

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WINDOW AND FLOOR DETAILS


Surface finish Rammed earth floor Clay mortar Heating Pipe Foil Footfall sound insulation Wooden or concrete subfloor

Rammed earth panel Curtain system

Double glazing panel

INSTALLATION WITH IN-FLOOR HEATING

Load-transferring surface Non-load-transferring side Registration notch Curve surface on extrados

Underfloor air distribution Prefabricated concrete slab

Curve surface on intrados

Rammed earth Ceiling Rammed earth wall

RAMMED EARTH PANEL ASSEMBLING

Trass-lime mortar Rammed earth floor

Rammed earth

Cork-clay-trass-lime mixture

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Foam-glass filling Concrete foundation

RAMMED EARTH STAIR

SECRION FACING NORTH

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RENDERING FACING WEST

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3D PRINT MODEL

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DISCRETE MODEL ASSEMBLING

MODEL DETAILS

CNC SITE MODEL

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02 PSEUDO VERTICAL Grids | Shifts | Infills | Gaps | Voids Instructor: Mara Marcu | Design Studio | 2016. 1 - 2016. 4 | Individual This studio engaged in the ongoing redefinition of an otherwise obsolete architectural typology - the skyscraper. To understand the “verticalscape� as a self generating, autopietic entity, this work explored utopical skyscraper through form finding process by using different media.


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Diagram of Interiority This is an initial documentation of 6 precedents within the existing 587 skyscrapers currently found in New York City. Each tower is shown in a split axon, aiming at identifying typologies within their organization. Looking into canonical architecture and nonpedigreed precedents, this analysis clearly shows between function and structure in different scales.

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Diagrams of Exteriority PseudoVertical 2 is a radical vertical proposition generated by the fragmentation of existing condominium tower types and their reassembly in a porous collective. By finding the source of inspiration and potential resolution in the very surreal culture of congestion itself, each precedent is modified by thier special organization and form characteristic. It aimed at seeking a paradoxical interior urbanism where individual units simultaneously look onto themselves and at one another, this studio is fondant color coded, extremely formal and highly optimistic.

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Ornament Unit Model and Aggregation (left page) - This cell design combined with single sheet of circular paper and a string to hold the entire structure from 2d to 3d form. This positive and negative shape also provide connection for the overall affregation. Microorganic Pattern (right page) - The condominium and office tower in NYC created the density of this unique urban landscape. In the future, digital manipulation will help people to customize their demands to form the entire building in a organic style. It more likes a cell growth.

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Paper Model Abstraction

Digital Model Representation

Aggregation Axonometric View The cell unit designed in Digital Project represented the curvature for each surface. The software provided continued calculation for aggregation in order to form this variation of geometry.

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Aggregation Top View

Aggregation Section View

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Manifesto “Metabolism” is a theory of architecture contending that “buildings and cities should be designed and developed in the same continuous way that the material substance of a natural organism is produced. Comparing with future’s urbanism development, energy crisis and high density population make us to think about what is the future’s strategy during the ‘resource war’ period. With the technology achievement in the future, ‘Neo-Metabolism’ will continue this futuristic idea and push it to another level. High-performance structure will support the capsule space in some extreme conditions. The dynamic arrangement of space gives more flexible opportunities to squeeze the functional spaces in a high density context. So architecture should response the social structure change in the future to fulfill the need we have.

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Site Condition The High Line public park has become one of New York’s most popular public spaces recently. This fresh adaptation of a unique piece of urban infrastructure in 8 years has been drew attention for many of famous architects to make their mark along the 1.4-mile-long landmark in Chelsea. Increased density of this area is required more public space. Proposed pier will provide compost and recycling from local waste consumption. Recyclable material will be formed to structure units for building envelope. This endless repeation will help the expansion of the future development. This recycling and mold making process also can provide construction material for other purpose.

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Voronoi Tessellation

Provide shortest distance between each space

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Defining Program by Cells

This step organized programs on purpose

Outline of the Recycling Pier

Clear program and space marked up in detail

Extrude Cells to Provide Storefront

Underground and 1st level assigned by its function

Peeled Surfaces Create Building Envolopes Each curvature surface formed with cell structures

Diagram of Form Generation

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1. View from factory

3. View from bridge

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2. View from amphitheatre

4. Viiew from pier hub

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03 Athenaeum in Columbus Integration | Construction | Details | technology Instructor: Anton Hoffmann | Studio Project | 2014. 9 - 2014. 12 | Individual


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Location:

Washington St. Columbus Indiana

Building Type: Public Space

Function:

Providing public museum for city.

Concept for program: From this noli map, there are several pubilc areas in the south side of street. In order to service people with better founction. I use the south of the site to create the auditorium with a floating box to trap people’s attation. Using a middle gallery connects with private spaces. The shapes of the different sections represent the founctions. 1. Setback

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Program Concept Diagram

Site Plan Major architecture for public service

1st Floor Plan Service for lobby, Cafe, Gift shop, Museum Art Storage

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Section Perspective Details

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1. Marble Panel 2. Frame 3. Insulation 4. Vapor Barrier 5. CMU 6. Drywall

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Building Form

Glazing System HAVC System

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Model Iterations

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Section Details Model 51


04 Interior Renovation Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses Instructor: James Postell | Metro-Lab | 2015. 5 - 2015. 8 | Teamwork


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SITE INFORMATION: Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses is a one-stop social service agency offering a wide array of client-driven services to individuals, children, families, and seniors. Founded in 1961 with the merger of the West End’s Findlay Street Neighborhood House and the East End’s Riverview Neighbors House. WORK INTENTION: This MetroLAB Graduate Archtecture studio works with the Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses Center to help transform selected and limited interior spaces at Seven Hill Neighborhood House.

SCOPE OF WORK: 1- Modular Table 2- Bulletin Board 3- Coat Rack 4- Printer Stand 5- Podium 6- Projection Screen 7- Carpeting

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Baltic Birch

Homasote

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1. Acrylic Hooks 2. Acrylic Fins 3. Panels 4. MDF Base 5. Wood Frames 6. French Cleat Hanger

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Pin-up Wall and Table Details

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Comparison of Before and After Renovation

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05 Perfessional Perkins Eastman | GBBN | Zaha Hadid Architectural Intern | Coop | 2013 - 2016 | 4 Month Per Each


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Construction Manager: Lend Lease 200 Park Avenue New York, NY 10166 Civil / Site: Langan Engineering 360 West 31st Street New York, NY 10001

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Civil / Site: Langan Engineering 360 West 31st Street New York, NY 10001

Civil / Site: Langan Engineering 360 West 31st Street New York, NY 10001

Landscape: RGR Landscape 115 5th Avenue New York, NY 10003

Landscape: RGR Landscape 115 5th Avenue New York, NY 10003

Structural: Severud Associates 469 7th Avenue New York, NY 10018

Structural: Severud Associates 469 7th Avenue New York, NY 10018

MEP: BR+A Consulting Engineers 105 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10016

MEP: BR+A Consulting Engineers 105 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10016

Envelope Consultant: Vidaris, Inc. 360 Park Avenue South, 15th Floor New York, NY 10010

Envelope Consultant: Vidaris, Inc. 360 Park Avenue South, 15th Floor New York, NY 10010

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PROJECT: New York Methodist Hospital LOCATION: Brooklyn, New York City, USA TIME: 2015. 1 - 2015. 5 JOB DESCRIPTION: 2015 spring architectural intern in Perkins Eastman New York office, I helped team to produce Revit construction documents for New York Methodist’s new healthcare building. By using Revit to generate facade area data and transferring Cad drawings to Revit file for building requirement was also my duty during this intern. I helped team to produce detail drawings and interior layout for each room as well.

Facade Detail Iterations

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Revit Interior Rendering

PROJECT: Cincinnati Union Terminal Renovation & Restoration LOCATION: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA TIME: 2015. 8 - 2015. 12 JOB DESCRIPTION: 2015 Fall - architectural intern in GBBN Architects, I mainly focused on Revit modeling and Cad plans in Schematic Design and Design Development stage. This renovation and restoration project has complex program and limited resources for transferring 1930 drawing to BIM. I worked with Revit team to model the entire site model, interior slab and detail components in the building. I also organized presentation board and other basic things.

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PROJECT: Taft House Preservation LOCATION: 4300 Drake Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA TIME: 2016. 8 - 2016. 12 JOB DESCRIPTION: This preservation team project cooperated with Taft House current own to fully evaluate the entire house condition from exterior to interior in order to suggest the owner for future preservation and renovation. Our job is to analyze the house condition and document every details by using architectural drawings.

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03 OTHER WORKS

Wood Chair made with one piece of stud Hand drawing pattern

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Concrete Panel Casting Maya form finding | Vacuum Form mode | Multiple Materials 73


03 OTHER WORKS

Product Design Electronic Kettle | Rendering | Compact for traveling

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Product Design Wood Stool | Scaled Model | Organic Form

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03 OTHER WORKS

veneer

Product Design Veneer Lamp | Hand made | Bed Lamp

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Photography By iPhone

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