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I enjoy the conceptualisation of visual media such as advertisements or movies as they can convey a story or message. Consequently, I believe that landscape designing is similar to creating a video, and it too, tells a story. The beginning should be captivating, the process should build up the suspense, the highlight should be splendid and exciting, and the end allows tourists to immerse themselves in the environment. Tourists are also able to listen to the designer’s voice when wandering through the park. I hope

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Urban Waterfront Design&Planning

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to portray my story to the audience.


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Waterfront Landscape Planning and Design Studio Collaborator: Shang Erji, An Tingfei Contribution: Concept Design, Phsycal&Digital modeling

Location: Zhumadian, Henan province, China Size: 54 ha Duration: 20.05.2013 - 26.05.2013


SITE ANALYSIS

Residential Land It covers the north of the river more than the south as the north is more developed, thus, greenery is simple.

Special Use Land It includes schools, businesses, parking areas, and surrounds both sides of the river.

This project includes a waterfront landscape planning and design. It is located in Zhumadian, Henan province , between the downtown on the north side and the development zone on the south side, serving as the bond connecting the two parts. Therefore, we considered “EVOLUTION� as the theme of the design. In addition, since the river is the subject of this design, water has also become a key element of this design.

Water system The river flows from west to east.

Greenbelt The current green distribution is less. There are only simple small open spaces.

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PLAN

concept analysis

In Progress

section 1-1

embankment

side channel

bank

bank

river

section 2-2

embankment

bank

river

section 3-3

embankment

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river

bank

embankment

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embankment

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river

bank

embankment


BIRD'S EYE VIEW

Functional Areas Planning

Transportation Planning

Green Space Planning

Plants Planning

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2 1 6 1 Comprehensive Entertainment Area

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2 Municipal Museum of Historical Development Area 3 Waterside Area 4 Nature Area 5 Sports Area 6 Culture and Education Area

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THE HEXAGON This area represents the origin of water, which is the solid form of water. Therefore, a number of highly irregular hexagonal blocks were designed to symbolize water crystals. These blocks can be used as either sites or enclosed spaces.

Green Section

These blocks and the space they make up can be divided into three sections. The green section is a plant-growing area, the blue one is a waterside area, and the white section serves as a site with many different functions.

Blue Section

White Section

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EBB ANG FLOW

THE ECO BRIDGE On the lower reaches of the river, we have designed two eco-bridges, which can not only filter the river but also slow down the water-flow velocity, and serve as a pollinator for insects to carry pollen . flow direction

pollen A

pollen A+B

pollen A+B

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pollen B


02 SCHOOL OPEN SPACE

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School Open Space

The Reconstruction of the Campus Landscape Individual work Tutor: Liu Xiaoming, Zhao Jing

Location: School of Landscape Architecture, BJFU Size: 1 ha Duration: 25.02.2013 - 30.04.2013


SITE ANALYSIS site

BOYS' LIVING AREA

campus FAMILY AREA

FAMILY AREA

SITE OFFICE AREA SPORT AREA

TEACHING AREA

GIRLS' LIVING AREA

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School Open Space

This project was to reform the green space and make it into an open space in front of the former administration building, which would be changed into the academic building of the Landscape Architecture School.


PLAN

Traffic Analysis 11

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1 Landscape Road

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2 Main Traffic Road 3 Path

1 Outdoor Cafe

Plants Planning 11

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3 Outdoor Theatre

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4 Rest Area

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5 Display Area

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6 Nursery Garden 1

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10 Academic Building

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Magnolia denudata

7 Rest Area 8 Triangle Square

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Sophora japonica Robinia pseudoacacia Prunus davidiana Laburnum alpinum Buxus microphylla Gingo Biloba Platycladus orientalis Liriodendron chinensis Platanus acerifolia Fraxinus pennsylvanica

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Q&A ABOUT THIS PROJECT Q: What in your design is distinctive? A: I designed a set of high grounds, such that it can be seen by people from the surrounding roads. Q: Why did you create your design like so? A: The area was changing into a green space of the Landscape Architecture School, and it was therefore necessary to add some features of the Landscape Architecture School, so people can become more familiar with the distinctive features of the school. Q: How did you present these features? A: I think the most significant feature of the Landscape Architecture School is how students use the area. Therefore, the set of high grounds is composed of five parts: study, display, discussion area, resting area, and the outdoor theatre. These functional areas are student-oriented, making this site a well-designed open space on campus.

OUTDOOR THEATRE

STUDY

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DISPLAY

RELAX

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DISCUSS


PERSPECTIVE

Resting Area

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Display Area

Outdoor Theatre

Discussion Area


OTHER WORKS

Pen Sketch

Quyuan Garden, Hangzhou, China Pen Sketch Date: October 27th, 2013

Lingering Garden, Suzhou, China Pen Sketch Date: October 16th, 2013

Fundamental of Composition The Flame Date: June 1st, 2011 House DIY Date: July 28th, 2011 Representation of Design Venice, Italy Date: December 28th, 2011

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Other Works

The Master-of-Nets Garden, Suzhou, China Date: October 17th, 2013


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