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Portfolio Applying for MSc Architectural Computation

Name: Jinhui Shen Student number: 20069007


JINHUI SHEN Chinese, Male, DOB: 08 Nov 1995 T: +86 18701603532 M: shen-jh010101@outlook.com


EDUCATION • North China University Of Technology(NCUT) School of Architecture and Art Bachelor of Architecture(Sep 2014-Jun 2019) • Technische Universität Berlin Institute Für Architektur Exchange Student(Sep 2017-Dec 2017)

PROFESSIONAL AWARD & DISSERTATION • the 2019 Excellent Graduation Design,2/100 (2019) • the title of 2019 NCUT outstanding graduates (2019) • Dewan award - School in the Iraqi Marshes International Competition (2018) the top 20 finalists (2018) • BAITASI International Design Competition (2017) the Most popular design • Beijing College Students Music Festival (2016) the Silver award • NCUT Architectural Model Competition (2016) the First and Second prize. • China Dream Green Building Creative Design Competition (2015) the Third prize • Dissertation based on the method of parameterization exploring the mapping of music to room. (Published in: Chinese Literary Artist. Vol. 02. 2018: p18+p34).

EXPERIENCE • China Broadcasting Performing Arts Group (Jun 2019-Present) Tenor • Studio Mind Co.,LTD (Apr 2019-Sep 2019) Interns • Beijing Public Relation & Markting Consultant Co., LTD (Sep 2018-Nov 2018) External Designer • Yari Architectural Design Co., LTD (Jul 2018-Sep 2018) Interns • China Electronics Engineering Design Institute (Sep 2016) Interns

SKILLS • Adobe suite, Sketch up, Auto-CAD, Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, V-Ray, Lumion, Revit, Ecotect, ArchiCAD, 3D printing, Gis, Python, Office suite. • Bel canto professional, Trumpet amateur.


凡所有相 , 皆是虚妄,若见诸相非相,即见如来。——《金刚经》 All the facts that we have observed are constantly changing. If we no longer regard the facts as facts, then we can see a true world. ——The Diamond Sutra


The world in my eyes is not an eternal ending or an existed result. An objective world is beyond the accumulation of the past and even the present. It is this ephemeral moment that is created and affected by all things happened in the past, which entitles it to summarize and record time. Therefore, a building reflects not only the present but also everything accumulated in the past. During my study, I always try to inject more temporal and spatial information into the building and condense the information into a starting point facing the future, thus it can connect the information in the future with that in the past. My theme is time. The first two projects I chose have a great relationship with the past time and space information. The second and third projects are closely related to the influence of past information on the current venue environment. The fifth project is exploring the relationship between the past, present and future of the city.

PROJECT 1 - REED ISLAND

Iraqi Marsh Elementary School 2 - MONITORING AND FREEDOM

Berlin Art District Renovation In A Radar Station 3 - HANGER TRUSS

Baita Temple Street Device 4 - BREATHING GALLERY

Work-Live Residence In The Urban Village Of Shenzhen 5 - SPIRAL AND SPREAD

Community Aerial Farm 6- OTHER WORK

Sunbathing Home --- Quanzhou Solar Pension Center Performance Experience --- Tenor In The Chorus Children's Facilities --- Corrugated Paper Construction Space Modeling --- Wooden Structure


REED ISLAND Residents' Low Tech Construction

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[1] REED ISLAND Iraqi Marsh Elementary School

Site: Iraq Tutor: Chunxi Zhao Type: Team Work (Leader) Teammate: Hengrui Liu, Chang Zhou Assignments: In charged of concept design, structure design, planing and Programming; Model making; drawings making. Time: July 2018 Academic work

To adapt to the climate in the marshes, Iraqis have lived in the reed houses in the swamps for generations and relied on water transportation. The local government wants to build a primary school to appeal to and recall its people in exile due to the war. In this project, I took the local construction as a reference and adopted the design of the cross arch, which is commonly seen in Islamic architectures, so as to reinterpret the concept of reed houses in the swamps and create a localized and ceremonial service building.

The top 20 finalists (2018) in Dewan award - School in the Iraqi Marshes International Competition

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THE BACKGROUND

History Analysis

marshland area

(square kilometers)

population

15.000 250

11.000

(thousand)

1980

0.565 5 2003

1990

It was a huge swamp with In order to wipe out those an area of 15000 km2. Marsh Arabs, Saddam almost destroyed those marshes.

7.500 96 2010

After he was overthrown, the Marsh Arabs strived to restore the marshes.

The local eco-system has started to restore.

Site Analysis The site is located at the river intersection and overgrown with grass.

Traditional Analysis Traditional local residences build their reed houses in the marshes. The arches made of reeds are tied together, acting as the load-bearing structure. Other components are also made of reeds. Residences here rely on water transportation. Local residences are Islamic and love arch buildings.

Life Situation

The local education is lagging behind and resources are scarce, but the unique marsh culture provides local kids with some special experience during their spare time. 03

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110 2018 The marshes have generally been restored, but the fugitive is not willing to return.


INSPIRATION

Site limitations

Arch A design commonly seen in the Islamic religion.

Introduce the river

Reed column Pour sand into it to increase vertical loadbearing capacity.

Initial form

Cross arch A structure commonly seen in religious architecture.

Break the volume

Reed arch Support the roof with the toughness of reeds.

Reconstruct the shape

Reed weaving A facade which has good ventilation while blocking the sunlight.

Distribution

Connect

Reed residences are distributed randomly on the water.

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TECHNIQUE Construction By combining the local reed strapping techniques and the cross-arched load-bearing structure, we designed a cylindrical architecture unit. By arranging several units in a circle, we got a complete architecture. The load-bearing column makes the division of the inner space more flexible. Assisting stressed member

Main stressed member

Strapping

Traditional structure

Thermal & Force & Drain Due to the rainstorms and the sultry weather in summer, we analyzed and designed the drainage, stress and heat conduction. We used drains to lead the rain into the water and adopted loft design to lower the temperature in the room and to ensure the stability of the structure.

Drainage system Rainwater downflow Rainwater storage

Rainwater pipe

Pour into river

Force system Arch pressure

Shear stress

integrity

Roof pressure

Heat radiating system Different air pressure

05

Hot air removal

Cold air fall

Passive cooling


SITE PLAN

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1 Basketball field 2 Mini football field 3 Parking

4 Parking for boats 5 Small spectators stand

FRONT VIEW The corridor in the front of the building is the most ceremonial place, connecting the water garden and the main building.

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EXPLODE AXONOMETRIC

Outdoors

Corridor

Indoors

Platform

The building is divided into five levels from the bottom to the top, which are earth filling layer, wooden tread, reed arch structure, indoor ceiling, and heat conduction loft.

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CIRCULATION ANALYSIS

Staff Employees can enter the room through the pier on either side or from the parking lot around the corner.

Extracurricular activities The circular corridor is connected to the wooden bridge, so students can easily access to the water garden and the playground. Student Students can enter the room through the pier on either side.

Function The building is equipped with 12 classrooms, 6 activity rooms, 3 offices, a school clinic, a multi-slot bathroom, a canteen, and an outdoor playground. activity rooms

offices

classrooms

canteen

bathroom

AERIAL VIEW

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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AXONOMETRIC VIEW

SECTION A-A

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1 Drawing room 2 Classrooms 3 General activity room 4 Library 5 Dressing room 6 Principal office 7 Teachers room 8 Clinic 9 Dining hall 10 Music classroom 11 Dry kitchen 12 Associates service 13 Storage 14 Toilet 15 GYM 16 Laboratory 17 Information desk


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[2] MONITORING AND FREEDOM Berlin Art District Renovation In A Radar Station

Site: Berlin, German Tutor: Ling Jiang Type: Individual Work Time: June 2019 Academic work

The radar station in Teufelsberg, Berlin was abandoned after the Cold War and became military ruins, but it has been fancied by artists who have turned it into an art zone. However, as the site is messy and the constructions are old, it is not used efficiently and cannot contain many people for activities. In my planning for this art zone, I used aerial trusses as the division of the site and made use of the facilities in the site to demonstrate a narrative design based on the feelings and thoughts of people living in the era of wiretapping; thus, the utility value and the cultural value of the site are developed.

The 2019 Excellent Graduation Design (2/100) in North China University of Technology

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MAPPING ANALYSIS Located in the southwestern forest in Berlin, the site is a man-made mountain. It is about 40 minutes’ drive away from central Berlin and can be easily reached by metro and bus.

The supporting structure of some large-scale buildings have been removed. There are many graffiti walls in the site and artists repaint them regularly.

A large number of damaged brick walls might pose a hazard to both vehicles and visitors.

The radar is partially damaged, but its structure is complete and the overall look is not damaged. The corridor for transmission.

A large number of document destruction devices are kept in the site for visitors to observe.

Some roads have collapsed and plants are growing out of control, which results in the inefficient use of the site. These large-scale buildings adopt steel frames which are still usable, but most of them do not have windows and thus lack daylight.

The site covers an area of 52,192 m2 and the total construction area is about 3,0000 m2.

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The site is surrounded by forest and the environment is beautiful.

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30m

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Through many pedestrian paths, people can walk down from the mountain.

The road to the south of the site is directly connected to the city’s main road.

100m 50m

The buildings vary in height, with most buildings being 13 meters high and some other buildings being 9 meters or 60 meters high.


HISTORY ANALYSIS

1940

1950

The site was one expropriated by Hitler to build the Nazi Military School, which was set to train military personnel.

After WWII, in order to get rid of the massive war ruins in central Berlin, this site was turned into a man-made gravelsmountain.

1963

2018

During the Cold War, the American National Security Agency built its largest wiretap station on the mountain top, where many American soldiers worked around the clock.

The radar station was abandoned after the Cold War and became a military ruin, but it was fancied by many people such as artists. Therefore, it was turned into an art zone.

Future The overall planning and design of an art district is needed in the future.

CROWD AND DEMANDS Many outdoor activities have taken place in this venue, such as outdoor performances and outdoor exhibitions. Its indoor space is usually used as an exhibition hall or studio.I simulate the behavior of the crowd, classify the behaviors functionally, and then analyze the combination and sequence of the space through the behavioral requirements of the space. history buffs traveller young office worker audience student visitor

musician dancer painter

runner old people children

art lovers

artist

unclear purpose

independent performance

open

closed The outdoor theater

heart

open

Cultural Industries

rehearsal watching open arriving

Multi-function exhibition coffee shop...

square & garden

diet

exhibition open

open rest open Independent studio

(only worker)

take a walk

closed closed work

meditation independent live

independent

Small studio (only traveller)

creative work graffiti-art open

(only painter)

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HISTORICAL PERSONA ANALYSIS During the Cold War, both sides were wiretapping each other and people had no freedom of speech. Based on this historical background, I want to develop a dramatic spatial experience by analyzing the public, the governments, and the wiretappers. 1. government

2. wiretappers officials

3. the public

1.fortunate 2.give up 3.determination

1.ruler 2.observer 3.oppressed

hardship

Surveillance network 1.opportunity 2.sin 3.binding

1.accept 2.contradiction 3.asphyxia

fear

1.prevent 2.contradiction 3.fight for desire

wiretapping

1.enjoy 2.contradiction 3.tension

faith

voyeuristic desire behavior monitoring

1.prevention 2.tension 3.cautious

1.responsibility 2.surprise 3.victory

MASTER PLAN

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FROM THE NARRATIVE‌‌ TO THE SITE SPACE

Clear the site and risky buildings

Re-segment the site with the aerial truss

Set skylights to increase daylight and keep the graffiti walls

Set ring roads around the site to enrich the streamline

Set the main and side entrance and the main square

Set lanes to extend the grid structure of the aerial truss

Set the load-bearing column of the air truss

Set the outdoor stairs of the aerial truss

CONCEPTUAL DECOMPOSITION

The aerial truss serves as a site segmentation and also, as an aerial walking channel, expands the outdoor space of each floor, so that the routes in the site are enriched vertically. Truss bridges are added between the buildings to help establish the narrative logic

A patio and side windows are set to increase daylight. Meanwhile, they are also the main narrative body of the narrative design. An outdoor stage is set to accommodate the performances in the art zone. Independent artist workshops are set in the outer circle of the venue. The radar in the military remain is transformed into an exhibition hall.

The large-scale buildings are transformed into multipurpose buildings including studios, exhibition halls, and restaurants.

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THE SEQUENCES‌‌ OF THE NARRATIVE During the Cold War, the east and the west Berlin wiretapped each other, preventing leakage of information and turmoil of people’s mind. People’s freedom of action and speech and even their minds were strictly controlled. Therefore, this design narrates people’s minds during the era of wiretapping. The narrative technique is applied throughout the design. Site segmentation, courtyard design, streamline arrangement, facade design and shape arrangement are carefully handled.

Surveillance network

Voyeuristic desire

Behavior monitoring

Wiretapping

The entire site was segmented by the aerial truss grid, which indicates that the site is an invisible surveillance network that restricts people’s freedom.

Visitors can observe the crowd through the holes along the wall when they would realize that everyone is voyeuristic, which indicates that people in the era of surveillance were monitoring and reporting each other.

Visitors are forced to enter the next exhibition hall through the aerial corridor in the courtyard, which symbolizes that visitors are monitored through the huge skylight wherever they are heading to.

In this spherical space, any sound is amplified, giving the visitors can’t help to be timid and more cautious, which implies that their voices are being monitored in the whole space.

10 open and crispy 8 6 4 2 Narrative rhythm 0 -2 -4 deep and depressed

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Fear

Desire

Hardship

Faith

Numerous windows shaped as barrels extend inward, and when passing by, visitors will notice that there are always a few windows behind facing them, which is a metaphor for the horrible fact that people are secretly monitored.

A giant staircase runs through the building. Through the skylight, the tallest radar tower in the venue can be seen, which is a metaphor for people's desire for freedom.

Inside the courtyard, there is a winding staircase that leads to the highest radar tower. It is a metaphor for the hardship and difficulties on the way towards freedom.

When looking down from the tower, visitors will see a sphere cut open. It is a metaphor for the end of the wiretapping era and people’s regaining of long-lost freedom.

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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1Exhibition 2Cafe 3Store 4Toilet 5Office 6Multimedia 7Stage 8Audience table 9Dressing room 10Washing 11Utility room 12Food storage 13Raw processing 14Cold food making 15Hot food making 16Studio&living 17Storage

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PLANS

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Third floor plan--the building of hardship

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Second floor plan--the artist studio

The spiral staircase in the courtyard divides the entire building into two parts and the centralized courtyard reinforces the spiral staircase’s sense of dominance.

1Exhibition 2Studio 3Cafe 4Toilet

1Workshop 2Bathroom 3Bedroom 4Kitchen 10m

0m 3m 1m

10m

It can meet the artists’ needs of living and creating, accommodate exhibitions, and extend the space to the surrounding areas.

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Second floor plan --the building of hardship 1Exhibition 2Toilet

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The gallery on the second floor was built voluntarily by the artists and has integrated itself into this building.

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Third floor plan --the building of desire

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The building is run through by a giant staircase and the entire area is bright and spacious. Functions are arranged around the stairs to integrate the three layers.

Second floor plan --the building of voyeuristic desire 1 +3.000

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1Exhibition 2Storage

20m

0m 6m 2m

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The entire building is designed for exhibition and storage, and the interlaced staircases enrich the spatial streamline to meet visitors' demands.

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AXONOMETRIC

ELEVATION & SECTION

East Elevation & Section A-A --the building of voyeuristic desire The window in the facade near the entrance of the exhibition hall looks like an eye, a metaphor for monitoring. This symbolizes the start of the narrative space. The interior walls adopt a sight line design. +10.200

+10.200

West Elevation & Section B-B --the building of behavior monitoring The hole effect of the main entrance faรงade is caused by the position of the aerial truss. The skylight hanging over the ceiling brings the visitors a sense of tension. It applies rail drainage. +10.200

+10.200

South Elevation & Section C-C--the building of desire At the main entrance, through a giant staircase, visitors can reach the roof from the outside. The skylight in the center echoes the giant staircase from far away. +14.700

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN The main part of the narrative design streamline organically integrates the four separated buildings. Not only narrative requirements are satisfied, but also the functions are connected logically. C

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Section--the building of wiretapping

Section--the building of faith

It is reconstructed from the radar operating room. The added staircase spirals up the cylindrical wall, adding ceremonial sense.

In the outdoor stage, the sound is concentrated towards the front with the help of the reflection effect of the hemisphere. The wall behind the audience adopts a convex structure to prevent sound reflection.

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North Elevation & South Section--the building of hardship Because the original facade is removed, a large glass window is embedded. The entire building is designed around the central staircase. +59.000

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[3] HANGER TRUSS Baita Temple Street Device

Site: Beijing, China Tutor: Yu Ouyang Type: Team Work Teammate: Yi Cheng, Cong Fu, Zhaoyang Lv, Metaamo Studio Assignments: In charged of structure design, actual construction, drawings making Time: July 2017 Studio work

The Baita Temple area is located in the old block where Beijing's residential buildings are concentrated. It is also one of the last remaining low-rise buildings in this ancient capital. It is currently exploring and opening up a new road to urban upgrading and community revitalization. The project aims to increase communication among the community by creating livable and clean environment at the alley. The hanger truss is easy to install which allows local residents to join in the whole building process.

The Most popular design (2017) in the BAITASI International Design Competition.

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LOCATION

Baitasi Hutong is located in the 2nd Ring Road of Beijing. The neighborhood is high diversified and it’s convenient to travel around.

THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE SITE ISSUES The site is located in an old Hutong in inner Beijing, where the population is diversified and public spaces are not used in an orderly manner.

Street corner

Disordered functions

Sides of the road

Things are stacked randomly

At the door

Low spatial efficiency

At the end of the lane In the yard

Blocking the way

Occupying living space

Our investigation of existing An ping Alley shows that the main problem is to solve the living condition problems, which is to meet the residents’ requirement of convenient facilities and livable community space in such a narrow and messy alley.

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OVERALL STRATEGY

By observing the residences’ daily life, we were inspired by their everyday necessity and decided to solve the problems in the Hutong in a cost-effective way.

Hanger

bicycle

rain

plants

Some common problems in the Hutong are: laundry ropes and bicycles being randomly placed, the lacking of draining system, and environmental issue caused by the wide growth of plants.

method Cloth hangers are cheap but flexible materials. By changing their shapes and combining them, we can get useful and effective frames and structures which can help to solve the problems in the Hutong.

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Dry clothes 1 Landry rope holder

Bicycle placement 1 Bicycles are placed vertically in the hanger-made structure 2 Bicycle hanging structure

Seat 1 Rainwater collecting tube 2 Rainwater collecting box 3 Planting pool

Climbing frame 1 Vine stand 2 Flowerbed

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ITEM TO SOLUTION The proposed system is made of hundreds of metal hangers which are common and cheap. The connection part is nylon lock, which is also common with low price. The construction process is easy and convenient enough to learn which allows the local residents can build together as a community activity. As a result, the whole building process will be fast and full of fun.

Extensibility Analysis

Plan

Line

Surface

The truss structure of the hanger is replicable. It can be extended infinitely along the hexagon. The flexible combinations can adapt to various spaces and satisfy different functional needs.

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BENEFITS‌‌ TO THE ENVIRONMENT

Motor vehicle single line

Proposed Location to install the truss

Parrallel Parking

Proposed Location to install the truss

Parrallel Parking

Parrallel Parking

To solve the motor vehicles parking and transportation issue, the Anping Alley is proposed to be one way alley from the west to the east. Car parking area is on the right side of the pass direction, which is also in between the hanger truss systems. The proposal is to reduce the disorder of car parking and traffic jam, as well as the negative influence on the view of public space in the alley.

STREET ELEVATION & SITE PLAN

Side parking

Bicycle parking

Repose/Rainwater collection

Integrated services

Clothes drying

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RESIDENT INTERACTION ANALYSIS Many local residents and past visitors joined us to learn how to build during our actual construction. 09:00

11:00

13:00

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17:00

19:00

21:00

weekend School activities to visit, experience handwork, learn knowledge

couple with baby Nothing happened in the holiday, come out to university student play feel the influence of art, enjoy life

old laddy

old laddy

Old ladies did not have careers, chatting and doing crafts to pass the time,

pupil

old laddy

CONSTRUCTION PROCESS DISPLAY

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young couple

pupil

old laddy

weekday

teenager

Go out for a date at night, see something new, start a conversation

couple with baby

After school, I want to do something new and expend my energy

couple with baby

Take the child out for a walk after work, relax, let the child curious about all kinds of things


FINAL DISPLAY

STREET PERSPECTIVE VIEW

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[4] BREATHING GALLERY Work-Live Residence In The Urban Village Of Shenzhen

Site: Beijing, China Tutor: Vincent Luo Type: Individual Work Time: September 2019 Academic work

The urban village is a historical issue appeared in the process of urbanization. It is very commonly seen in big cities in Lingnan area. Urban villages are incompatible with the skyscrapers in the city. In the urban village, all walks of life are mixed up. Migrant workers cannot afford a comfortable accommodation, so many of them live in their small family workshops and their life quality is significantly affected. Therefore, in face of this situation, I hope to improve their lifestyle through setting up communities and provide them with a life with dignity.

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THE BACKGROUND Location Shenzhen center

The site is in the crack between the city and the urban village.

Port Mapping

Housing use analysis 10%Business

36%Residential 55%Family factory

Population age distribution 10000 8564

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NO.1 Issue: the living condition The alleys in the urban village are extremely narrow, the population density is extremely high, and the traffic is always heavy.

NO.2 Issue: the light condition

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The building density in the urban city is very high and the space between the buildings is extremely narrow, resulting in a serious lack of daylight.

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---in the summer solstice and the winter solstice

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THE BUILDING RESEARCH ANALYSIS living

work

noise

There are massive family workshops in the urban village. The machinery occupies a large portion of living space and the function segmentation is chaotic, while no noise isolation is adopted. There are many people working and living in the narrow space of their family workshops, which greatly affects people’s life quality and daily routines.

Noise Analysis life room

07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 21:00 22:00 23:00 24:00 sleep

send child

Transition room work room

sleep

homework

game

work

sleep

cook dinner

cook lunch

kitchen

sleep

work

work

work

Current Situation

homework

Machining

Clothing processing

Storeroom

Raising children

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CONCEPT The chaotic use of spatial functions and the indiscriminate use of public space are the main factors affecting the quality of life. Therefore, this program adjusts the usage mode from the perspective of how to avoid the influence of the workshop on the living area, and promotes the whole residential building to form a mode of integration of life and work.

Reorganize the current status

Reorganize the fuction

Connection

The functional space in the residential building is not segmented reasonably.

In order to resolve the contradiction between living space and working space, accommodation and workshops are allocated into two separate buildings.

And they are connected by an aerial corridor, where an area for relaxation is created.

Promote this life-work pattern into large-scale communities.

Connect all the Volume

Adapt to the site

Adjust the workshop

Introduce the vehicle

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Introduce landscape

Living Woking Public


SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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Top floor plan

Ground floor plan

A planting area is set on the roof top so that the residents can grow some vegetables.

The first floor is left empty for parking and stalls.

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SCENARIO By setting up communities, I strive to eliminate the unfavorable factors in their lives, realize an architecture where production and life coexist harmoniously, and establish more effective public spaces.

Top greenhouse

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Bottom landscape


PARTIAL PLAN

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1 Bedroom 2 Balcony 3 Bathroom 4 Shared kitchen 5 Living space 6 Workshop 7 Multifunction space

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SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE A-A

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CONSTRUCTION STRATEGY A-A Screed Vapor Retarder Concrete Slab I-beam Concrete Slab

Curtain Wall +22.000

+18.000

Ceiling Finishing

Double Glazing Railing

Brick Corrugated Metal Deck Concrete Slab Screed Vapor Retarder Concrete Slab

+3.000 Glass sash

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FACADE EFFECT The building applies flat slab, the façade adopts concrete slabs, and the balcony uses push-pull panels which are shady and waterproof.

USAGE ANALYSIS

Workshop Clothing Components Assembly

×20

Living space

Stairs

Adult

×4

Child

×6

Family

×6

bedroom

Shared kitchen

×1

×6 Bathroom

Balcony

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[5] SPIRAL AND SPREAD Community Aerial Farm

Site: Beijing,China Tutor: Youjia wang Type: Team Work (Leader) Teammate: Hui Qin Assignments: In charged of concept design, structure design, planing and Programming; Model making; drawings making Time:August 2018 Academic work

The metropolis of the 21st century takes up too much room. It sprawls, but It must not keep evolving simply by expanding. This project is intended for Transformation and Reconquest. Setting the spiral path outside the high-rise residential building makes it easier for people to leave the room. Then we use spiral staircases and air paths to connect The various residential buildings so that people can go further to achieve the purpose of Reconquest urban land to rebuild natural cultivated land.

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BACKGROUND

Beijing five circle

1989

2018 Urbanization has caused a regression of farming land and the farming villages are now replaced by skyscrapers.

Past

Now

Urbanism

In the past, people worked hard in the fields and lived in harmony with the nature.

This design focuses on how to use the remaining space in the city for agricultural production.

Urban farms

But now, people spend the whole day in high-rise buildings playing with electronic products.

Future

This design attempts to introduce fields into each level of the building, and thus to give people a chance to live harmoniously with the nature.

INSPIRATION When stepping out of a traditional bungalow, people come onto the road directly, so they can be connected to other people or the nature quickly. However, the sense of isolation created by the high-rise is far too strong, as people have to go through many different spaces to reach the outdoor space, which is why many people are reluctant to go outside.

complexity home

corridor 1

elevator 2

corridor 3

outside

simplify

compromise outdoor stairs 1

evolution

Dimension superposition

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Spiral path

practical application

transfer station


MONOMER DESIGN The transfer hub and the planting building are both supported by a central core column. Spiral staircases and extension platforms are also set in both buildings. In addition, the planting building is reinforced with a spiral frame structure.

Ventilation tube

Structural support

Planting platform

Chess Room

Planting platform Video stores

Spiral path practical application

Structural support Activity Room

Planting platform

Reading room

Spiral path

CIRCULATION GENERATION

Select the base unit of the spatial node.

Conduct route possibility analysis.

Calculate the path flow density to identify the route of the highest population density.

Select the point of the highest density in the route as the location for the planting building and transfer hub.

Set up an extended balcony for each residential building for planting

Generating a curved route to facilitate the accessibility between buildings

Set planting platforms and commercial areas on both sides of the route.

Facade perspective of the whole complex

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MASTER PLAN Urbanization has swallowed the farming land like a flood. Now the farming land will regain its spaces like a vine. This pattern of planting community can extend across the entire city regardless of the isolations formed by car ways.

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AXONOMETRIC SCENE Massive planting activities can be conducted in the community, which will improve the interpersonal relationship of the residences and break the invisible wall between the indoor and outdoor spaces.

AERIAL STREET PERSPECTIVE

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OTHER WORK --- Sunbathing Home --- Quanzhou Solar Pension Center (2017)

Site: Beijing,China Tutor: Xin Ma Type: Team Work Time: January 2017 Academic work

The building layout is designed based on the conditions of climate, light, wind of the site. The S-shaped building is designed to get greater lighting area, and the residential space around the public space make the flow reasonable and convenient. In the design of passive solar energy, the open corridor is designed to solve the problem of ventilation, a large area of the south window makes the light more adequate, the push-pull wall is conducive to the housing warm in winter and cool in summer. In the design of active solar energy, the roof-integrated photovoltaic system and the form of louvre photovoltaic components are used to collect solar energy, and TFC phase change insulation materials help to auxiliary heating.

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OTHER WORK --- Performance Experience --- Tenor In The Chorus I was selected as Principal Tenor for the School Choir (2015-16): Participated in eight university-level and city-level performances, Organized the tenor section for voice training and rehearsals every week. Now, I am a tenor of China Broadcasting Performing Arts Group The Friend Of Broadcasting Choir.

OTHER WORK --- Children's Facilities --- Corrugated Paper Construction (2016) This is a set of kindergarten facilities I designed in my second year of undergraduate study. As a core team member, I was in charge of the design proposal and making electronic model. Together with my teammates, I built the physical model.

OTHER WORK --- Space modeling --- Wooden Structure (2015) This is the wooden structure I designed at the first year of my undergraduate study. As a team leader, I was responsible for the refinement of the proposal and monitoring the construction of the physical model.

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