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WORK SAMPLE XIAOKANG HE xh2182@columbia.edu 864-643-8860 40 newport parkway, Apt. 2915 Jersey City, NJ, 07310


XIAOKANG HE

May 2013 May 2012 June 2009

Aug. 2013 -Current

EDUCATION Columbia University, New York City Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design, Urban Design Clemson University, South Carolina Master of Architecture, Architecture Tianjin Institute of Urban Construction, China Bachelor of Engineering, Urban Planning PRACTICE Intern, HMD Design New York, New York ASEAN Eco City, Kunming, China Concept Development, Site Analysis, Conceptual Modeling

May 2011 -Aug. 2011

Intern, CHN/US Urban Studio, Tianjin, China Reconstruction Design of Tianjin Armed Police Hospital, Tianjin Reconstruction phasing, design development Hua You Headquarter, Inner Mongolia Concept development, program, case study Qi Ba Gou Ecological Urban Design, Tongling, Anhui Ecological system research, site section

Sep. 2010 -Dec. 2010

Intern, Kevan Hoertdoerfer Architect, Charleston, SC “Sky” Residence in Historic Downtown Charleston Materials research, facade computer modeling, hand modeling

Feb. 2008 -Aug. 2009

Intern, Tianjin Urban Planning & Design Institute, Tianjin, China Tianjin Dongli Lake Urban Design Digital modeling, rendering Guideline of TEDA Residential Area Illustration, hand modeling Tianjin Qili Hai Wetland Ecological Preservation Strategic Planning Precedents research, design development

Nov. 2007 Sep. 2012

Sep. 2011 July 2010 Sep. 2007

50 W 34th Street, Apt. 3A4 New York, NY 10001 Mobile: 864-643-8860 Email: xh2182@columbia.edu

ACTIVITIES Gangwa Island Intangible Cultural Preservation Workshop Organized by UNESCO and Incheon Metropolitan City Government, South Korea CHINA MEGACITIES LAB Research Assistant, Columbia University, GSAPP Future of the Museum in China AWARDS 2nd Place Fall 2011 Charrette Award by the School of Architecture at Clemson University Annual Scholarship Award by AIASC + Clemson Advancement Foundation (CAF) Excellent Prize Annual Undergraduate Working Paper Evaluation 2007 Organized by China Urban Planning Education Committee (National Contest) Title: Investigation on the Traffic Condition Around Tianjin Temporary Railway Station PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

Sketchup | Rhino | Revit | MAYA | 3DMAX | Autocad | Adobe Creative Suite | After Effect | V-Ray | Mental Ray | Grasshopper | Ecotect | ArcGIS


URBAN EMBROIDERY URBAN DESIGN, SPRING 2013, BORDEAUX, FRANCE Xiaokang He, Gu Wang, Ramezany M. Reihaneh, Yang Li Professor: Kate Orff Concept Development, Digital Modeling, Illustration, Transportation Research Contemporary societies have become heavily dependent upon mobility for their economic growth. The future metropolis of Bordeaux is no exception. The issue of mobility has grown to be a requirement

of Bordeaux’s future metropolitan life in which the development potential increasingly relies on the quality of connections to the various public transportation networks.


DESIGN FRAME WORK

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT New vision gateway to Bordeaux 2030

As Bordeaux 2030 desires to become a self-sustained green metropolitan, we aim to centralize public transportation of tram and peripheries car circulation. In Villenave d’Ornon Pont de la Maye, by identifying two nodes of interest, we stitch inside the Rocade to outside the Rocade. By converting the historic Route de Toulouse to a tramway, a new gateway to Bordeaux is introduced where public transportation is centeralized by a new sustainble development.

LANDSCAPE

URBAN FARM

DAY CARE CENTER

PUBLIC SPACE COMMERCIAL PUBLIC SPACE

SITE SECTIONS

PUBLIC PARK

RESTAURANT

URBAN FARM MIXED USE COMMUNITY

VINEYARD

PUBLIC SPACE

COMMERCIAL

PUBLIC SPACE

RETAIL

MIXED USE COMMUNITY

URBAN FARM

MIXED USE COMMUNITY


REFURBanism URBAN DESIGN, FALL 2012, BROOKLYN, NY Xiaokang He, Noor Makkiya, Kevin Le, Elena Gianpapa Professor: Mojdeh Baratloo Modeling, Construction Document, Fabrication, Build https://vimeo.com/62290178 Refurbanism examines and curates evolutionary urbanism that cultivates a legacy of what are now underutisustainable practice through systems lized and often abandoned hydraulic of exchanges that includes algae infrastructures and insufficient energy farming for energy and conformity to modes of productions within the city the growing trend of adjacent techand offers through the lenses of redenological industries for an adapting signing retrofitting and reurbishing an resilient and defensible brooklyn.

CO2 System

SITE SECTION

Bio-diesel System

Water System

Compost System

Oxygen System


[EXIT] STRATEGY URBAN DESIGN, SUMMER 2012, BROOKLYN, NY Xiaokang He, Kristina Ricco, Alan Enriquez Arias Professor: Earl Jackson Site Analysis, On-Site Survey, Conceptual Design, Digital Modeling, Rendering

NYCHA’s developments have become both physical and social dead ends. NYCHA’s character and potential as a “social agency” has been largely unrecognized, overshadowed by its specialized housing mission. This project creates a system to encourage residents

from the public housing system to develop their entrepreneurial talents on underdeveloped land holdings by creating new affordable commercial spaces, including small-scale, innovation hubs for residents, alongside market-rate commercial spaces.

INCUBATOR INTERIOR

1. EXISTING CONDITION

2. PRIME FOR DEVELOPMENT

3. FIRE CODE SETBACK

4. FREE PUBLIC UTILITY

5. BRING OUTSIDERS IN & INSIDERS OUT

6. INCUBATE

7. DEVELOP

8. DEVELOP

PHASING


BIRD’S EYE VIEW

PUBLIC LIBRARY + MIXED USE


CEF RESEARCH CENTER INSTITUTIONAL, FALL 2011, CLEMSON, SC Xiaokang He, Mike McCarthy Professor: Bernhard Sill Site Survey, Structure Research, Concept Design, Modeling, Rendering

2. REDUCE FOOTPRINT

Project Goals: To create a sustainable learning and teaching facility which addresses forest stewardship in line with Clemson’s forest management program and Clemson’s Top-20 aspirations that also creates an iconic recreational and educational destination for students and the larger community.

3. ACCESS TO NATURE

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1. PROGRAM FOOTPRINT

Abstract: This project is a feasibility study for a research lab facility in the Clemson Experimental Forest. This lab will not only be used by Clemson students but by the larger Clemson community for both educational and recreational purposes.

11 5/16"

SECTION DETAIL

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SECTION


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Level 3: Office/ Work Area

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Level 2: Nature Museum

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Level 1: History Museum

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Level 6: Lounge

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FACADE + TERRACE

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Level 4: Laboratories

Mechanical Plan: Level 3

INTERIOR, OFFICE


GREENVILLE CULINARY ARTS SCHOOL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, SPRING 2012, GREENVILLE, SC XIAOKANG HE Professor: Dan Harding Site Analysis, On-Site Survey, Conceptual Design, Digital Modeling, Rendering

Program: Teaching Kitchens 6 @ 1250 sf Pastry Kitchen 1250 sf Classrooms 2 @ 450 sf Demonstration Laboratory 900 sf Lecture Hall 1500 sf

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CONCEPT

SKYLIGHT TEST

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Library 1800 sf Wine Room 650 sf Student Lounge 450 sf Bake Shop 600 sf Restaurant 3000 sf Offices 400 sf Receiving Area 900 sf Trash Area 300 sf


Level 3

Level 2

Level 1 Section Detail


ENTRANCE OF NATURE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN + BUILD, FALL 2O11, CLEMSON, SC XIAOKANG HE, MAXWELL BENDERT Professor: Dan Harding Digital Modeling, Detail Design, Construction, Fabrication

Pressure-treated wood stairs and landing located on the south side of the crosswalk at Williamson Rd. and Perimeter Rd. in Clemson. The goal of this project was to provide

safe access for students, faculty and community members to public demonstrations, classes, and research projects on the Clemson Organic Farm.

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Field station located on the Clemson Organic Farm. This station was a project that aimed to create a connection between its natural surroundings and its agricultural landscape. The project included building an office for

the farm manager and an ADA-compliant bathroom. The porch, which connects the two sheds, was later built to provide an outdoor kitchen for healthy culinary pursuits.

FIELDStation ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN + BUILD, SPRING 2012, CLEMSON, SC Xiaokang He, Ahn Jonghoon, Maxwell Streeter, James Baxley Professor: Dan Harding Modeling, Construction Document, Fabrication, Build

Roof Detail

Foundation Detail

1-1/4

3'-0 1/4"

3/4Ó PLYWOOD SIDING

2'-6 5/16"

2 x 4 WHITE PINE STUDS

3'-8 1/4"

12'-5 1/8"

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3/4Ó OSB PLYWOOD SHEETING

ADA RAMP 1:12

BOTTOM OF SIDING @ 100-5Ó

3'-9"

2'-8"

3'-2"

Section Detail

South Elevation

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TRANSFILLER PRODUCT DESIGN, SUMMER 2013, BROOKLYN, NY XIAOKANG HE, SHIYAO YU Professor: Phu Duong Digital Modeling, Animation, Site Analysis https://vimeo.com/47727814

“Transfiller” transforms a large area of underutilized space in Vinegarhill, Brooklyn while the area undergoes an urban redevelopment process. The idea of this transfiller

concept was to create a reusable device that would fill the needs of a community while the area redevelops itself.

Underutilized Space

45 Degree Vertical Axis

360 Degree Horizontal Axis

Plexiglass

45 Degree Rotateable Wheel

Transform Diagram

Community Garden

Farmers Market

Amphitheater


SENSEWalk PRODUCT DESIGN, SPRING 2012, CLEMSON, SC Xiaokang He Detail Design, Digital Modeling, Competition, Animation

Sensewalk increases flexibility, convenience, and comfort of sidewalk infrastructure. Urban sidewalks have become cluttered and many sidewalks, due to limited space, are not flexible enough to readily meet the diverse needs of pedestrians. Theft, vandalism, and weather are also threats to sidewalk structures. Sensewalk combines the functions of a sidewalk into one system that addresses these problems.


OFFICE RETREAT STRUCTURE DESIGN, SPRING 2013, MANHATTAN, NY REVIT + 3DMAX + Vray Digital Modeling, Site Analysis

The skin of this office retreat surrounds the office building at 330 Madison Avenue that is adjacent to Bryant Park. This parametric structure compliments the vibrant daily activities of this office as well as the park and offers a retreat from the city life.

20,000 sqft 330 Madison Avenue Roof Terrace

200,000 sqft Bryant Park

Reading Lounge

Cafeteria

Ping Pong

CONCEPT

Chess

Section #1

Section #2

Section #3


PARK SHELL PRODUCT DESIGN, SPRING 2013, MANHATTAN, NY RHINO + GRASSHOPPER + REVIT + 3DMAX + Vray Parametric Design, Modular Design, Digital Modeling

CONCEPT

DESIGN PROCESS

MODULE DESIGN

VARIATIONS

SITE PLAN


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE MASTER PLANNING WANKE DONGLI LAKE Master Plan & Urban Design, Intern, TUPDI

ECOLOGICAL PRESERVATION PLANNING QI LI HAI Master Plan, Intern, TUPDI

Newtown Planning Ba Li Tai Newtown, Intern, TUPDI

URBAN DESIGN QI BA GOU Ecological Urban Design, Intern, CHN/US Urban Studio


RESIDENCE DEVELOPMENT Buo Ao National Retired Residence, Intern, TUPDI

OFFICE DESIGN

Hua You Headquarter, Intern, CHN/US Urban Studio 99.200

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HOSPITAL DESIGN

Tianjin Armed Police Hospital Retrofit Design, Intern, CHN/US Urban Studio

RESIDENTIAL “SKY” RESIDENCE, Charleston, SC, Intern, KHA


THANK YOU


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