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KESHI HUANG M.Arch, Delft University of Technology Selected Projects 2013-2016


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Photography by Keshi | Berlin 2013


ABOUT | Me PERSONAL STATEMENT

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CURRICULUM VITAE

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ARCHITECTURE DESIGN | Main WATER VALLEY | Border Water Research Center and Museum

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HOUSE ZERO | Rotterdam Blaak Social Housing

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ARCHITECTURE DESIGN | Others

Photography by Keshi | Shanghai 2015

HOUSE π |Amsterdam Cycling Highway

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RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT CENTER | China Coal Building and Installation Engineering Group

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MEMBRANE ROOF OF RUI LI CULTURE BUSINESS PLAZA

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PERSONAL I was born in a small town named Guilin in Northern China. In this small town, STATEMENT Unique karst landform shapes spectacular natural scenery, and my ancestors

has lived harmoniously with nature environment for hundreds of years. They built woodshed on the hills, stone bridge across the rivers. In my mind, waters, hills, fields, cottages, people and sunlight, all these elements could compose a fascination frame. Nature and Human, what is the link between them? Only I start to study Architecture, I find the answer --- Architecture is a valid intervention which helps human links to the nature. And this intervention quality is what I want to deep explore in my study and career of Architecture. After several years of architectural education, I found that architecture has always allowed me to combine my interests and the strongest aspects of my personality, an enthusiasm in imagination and design, and a manner of precise solution for practical problems. I have always been comfortable when I am being creative. Meanwhile, my characters of solving problems with calmness and sense were also the features I would like to keep in the future career. MArch programme of Architecture in the TU Delft is undoubtedly an ideal approach for me to pursue my idea of being an architect. During the learning process there, it not only provide me with more comprehensive and sophisticated ways of architectural design but another level of understanding of Architecture. I understand the architecture as a collaborative and multidisciplinary art, which improves through thinking, discussing, responding and practicing. Architectural language could be translated sensitively in a practical way, which is what I believe fascinating about architecture. As a media of integrating nature and human beings, architecture could be perceived by atmosphere, rhythm, transparency, or even harshness. An architect, who could design eligible architecture should have a craftsman spirt, which is learning by doing in practical experimentation. My trip of academy is temporally to the end, but my exploration of Architecture will not stop. To be an architect in profession agency is my next itinerary. I eager to apply what I have learned in future actual work, also I am looking forward to the opportunity to become a qualified architect in practical challenge.

NAME Keshi Huang BIRTH 25|10|1988 CONTACT Keshi.Huang@gmail.com 0031658741082

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EDUCATION Shanghai Jiao Tong University

09/2007-07/2012 School of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Civil Engineering Major: Architecture Degree: Bachelor of Architecture GPA: 3.60/4.30 (CGPA of Shanghai Jiao Tong University) or 3.23(CGPA of Standard) Average Score in Bachelors program: 85.86/100, ranked 5 among 41 students

PRACTICE JH Design and Consulting (Shanghai) INC. EXPERIENCE 07/2010-09/2010

Project 1: Design Competition of Children Hospital, Suzhou City

Responsibility: cooperated with the Italian and Romanian designers; learned and drew functional plane graph of hospital, made 3D modeling.

Project 2: Nilun River Square Scheme, Qihe Town, Shandong Province Responsibility: landscape and details designs of square, drew the plane graph

Shanghai Xian Dai Architectural Design (Group) Co.,Ltd. Urban Planning & Architectural Design Institute 10/2010-12/2010 Project 1: Liuhe Cultural Center, Nanjing City

TU Delft (Delft University of Technology) 09/2013-11/2016 Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences Major: Architecture Degree: Master of Science (MSc) in Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences Graduation Studio: 8.0 ( Design 8.5 Building Technology 7.5 Presentation 7.5)

Responsibility: discussed with the chief designer and coworkers, adjusted and established the final scheme drew the plane graph of hotel and commercial residence.

Project 2: Campus Design

Responsibility: adjusted the plane graph of campus and made the plane graph of dormitory, canteen, manufacturing base and expert building.

Shanghai Wu Yang Architecture Design and Consulting Design Co.,Ltd. 08/2011-05/2012 Project 1: Roof Garden of Crea-Infinity Design Responsibility: explored possible materials and structure, finished 3D and hand-made modeling

Project 2: Zhonghe Science Park

RESEARCH Study on the Relationship between Structure, EXPRERIENCE Architectural Space and Pattern

Responsibility: 3D molding-made

Project 3: Shanghai Electronic Technology College Rebuilding

09/2009-03/2010 Supervisor: Fan Wenbin (Associate Professor in SJTU)

Responsibility: faรงade of main teaching building design, finished 3D modeling

Shanghai Jiaotong University Planning & Architecture Design Institute. 09/2012-01/2013 Project 1: Weifang Intangible Cultural Heritage Park

Architectural Design Exhibition 03/2009-05/2009 Supervisor: Fan Wenbin (Associate Professor in SJTU)

Responsibility: Project feasibility research, Plan design, Plan graph

Project 2: Comprehensive Library of Transportation Tech College Responsibility: Library part design, Interior design, 3d modeling, Blueprint graph

Project 3: Urban Planning Exhibition Center Responsibility: Concept design, Public Square design

SKILLS Architectual Skills: Physical Modelling, Free-hand Sketch,

Shanghai Jiaotong University Planning & Architecture Design Institute. 05/2014-01/2015 (Work) Project 1:Nan Hui Urban Market, Shanghai

Photograph, Collage Digital Graphic: AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop Digital Modeling: SketchUP, Rhinoceros, Autodesk Revit Rendering: V-ray for 3Dmax, V-ray for SketchUp, Lumion, Keyshot Others: Microsoft office, Flash

Responsibility: Project Designer.

Project 2:Nan Hui Primary School, Shanghai Responsibility: Project Designer.

Project 3:Sport and Exhibition Center Responsibility: Project Concept, Plan Drawing, Rhinoceros/Grosshopper 2


2016|10

WATER VALLEY

Border Water Research Center and Museum Complex Project| Border Condition TU DELFT GRADUATION THESIS Tutor Tanner Merkeley | Karel Vollers | Sebastian Janusz The aim of the Complex Projects “Border� Graduation Studio is to research and design architecture projects in the context of the border region of the United States-Mexico borderline between the twin cities of El Paso-Ciudad Juarez. A series of research and design proposals which aim to seek the possibilities of building a mutually beneficial spatial strategy based on existing diversity and similarities. The research of my graduation thesis composes by two parts: a general background research on the border condition and a specific research which I focus on the Water aspect of the border condition of El Paso and Ciudad Juarez at U.S.-Mexico border. Water environment was selected as theme because the water issue is a main binational problem there, but it is also a breakthrough point to improve border connection between twin cities. a highly specific design strategy involving innovation in water cycle management and education could be proposed. In my proposal, the preliminary design has three scales: - City scale: A border river line based water infrastructure chain and network master plan for El Paso and Ciudad Juarez - Urban scale: An intergraded border river wetland park - Architectural scale: A Water Centre integrated with watercycle infrastructure and water-cycle research & education institute.

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BINATIONAL WATER ENVIRONMENT IS A ISSUE BUT OPPORTUNITY DEALING WITH THE BORDER THROUGH

SHARED LAGYERS

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US-MEX BORDER Crossroad of Border Typologies El Paso - Ciudad Juarez The border twin cities at cross point

THE NO PAS RTH O D CR EL

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Rio Grande

Franklin Mountain Range

EL PASO

UNITED STATES MEXICO

‘THE NORTH CRO PASO DEL NORT

Sierra Madre CIUDAD JUAREZ

Chihuahuan Desert

Rio Grande-River Border

Gradsden Purchase-Fence Border 5


PRESENT

MONOPOLY

Rio Grande-River without Water

Rio Grande-River as Water Resource

PAST

SHARING

Rio Grande-River with Strict Limitation

Rio Grande-River as Tranport Hub

Rio Grande-River without Accessable

Rio Grande-River as Social Gathering 6


BORDER WATER

REGIONAL GROUDNWATER

SURFACEC WATER Overexploitation Low Recycle Rate

TWINS CITIES

GROUND WATER

Aquifer Legend

United States Mexico

Saline Tendency

Jornada del Muerto Mesilla Bolson Tularosa Basin Hueco Bolson Río Grande Cities BORDER WATER RESOUCE MAP 7

The main water recourses to supply twins cities are sur face water from Rio-Grande river and groundwater from aquifer Hueco Balson. Now since the rapid development of twins cities, the water supply meet the huge demand. however, after years squeeze and overpumping, nature water meets waring line. If the abuse continues, the water crisis will break on a full scale in 2038.


WATER CRISIS GROUND WATER DEPLETION DISCHARGE RATE IS MUCH HIGHER THAN RECHARGE RATE

SURFACE WATER DEPLETION 80% BELOW AVERAGE IN 2013

DISCHARGE 180,000 AF/Y

RESCHARGE 50,000 AF/Y

3.5 RIO GRANDE

ELEPHANT BUTTE RESEVOIR | JUNE 2, 2013

HUECO BOLSON

CHANGE IN GROUND WATER LEVEL FROM 1981 TO 2013

ELEPHANT BUTTE RESEVOIR | JUNE 2, 1994

ELEPHANT BUTTE RESEVOIR WATER VOLUME CHANGE (MILLIONS OF ACRE FEET) 8


SURFACE WATER POTENTIAL

IF 18,500 AF/YR EXCESS SURFACE WATER COULD BE COLLECTED IN URBAN AREA 23,000,000 M3/YR

10%

Public Water Demand ! Uncovered Reserviors

Comtaminated Branch Canals

Ever y year in June and July, there is a high precipitation period, the river will pouring fast. However, current water system is based on the uncovered water storage and delivery system, which can not address excess surface water in the urban area. Thus the urban area becomes main flooding area.

SEASONAL FLOODIND

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GROUNDER WATER POTENTIAL

Aquifer Storage and Recharge System(ASR)

Taking advantage of pocket type of aquifer underground to store excess surface water

FRESH WATER AQUIFER 300 PPM. TO 1000 PPM HIGH PERMEABILITY

10%

TRANSITION ZONE OF BRACKISH WATER 1000 PPM. TO 1500 PPM HIGH PERMEABILITY

90% HIGH SALINE WATER SMALLL AMOUNT OF SAND EXTREMELY LOW PERMEABILITY

Binational Aquifer Section Under The Cities

The great area of aquifer under the twin cities could be ideal natural space to storage excess surface water Also, other 90% high saline water in deep part of aquifer could be utilized through Desalination Technology research.

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Surface Water

Aquifer Desalination System

Exploring Desalination Technology to further utilize saline water in the deep auiqfer.


BORDER-URBAN WATER NETWORK ESTABLISHMENT At Urban scale, along the border Rio Grand river, an international water infrastructure chain will be built. this water chain will collect excess water from each side of city, then treating, storage, and reshare water back to the border twin-cities.

El Paso (U.S)

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Ciudad Juarez (MEX)

Reclaimed Water

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-65 m Border-Water Integration Infrastrastruture

Mountain Runoff

Urban Water Collection Infrastruture Border-Water Cooperation Chain

SITE

International Dam

Portable Water

Urban-Water Chain Surface Channels Aquifer Descent. 20:1 Vertical Deformation

Mountain Runoff

Main Flood Areas

Wild Green Land

35m Close to The Aquifer Water Diversion Dam

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DESIGN GOAL 01 WATER STORAGE AND RECOVERY SURFACE WATER

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Irrigation Canals Reach k Agricultural Fields

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STORAGE EXCESS SURFACE WATER INTO AQUIFER UNDERGROUND

GROUND WATER

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REALITY: MONO EXTRACT INFRASTRUCTURE

-30 m

GOAL: RECHARGE AND WITHDRAWAL INTEGRATION INFRASTRUCTURE

REALITY: MONO EXTRACT INFRASTRUCTURE

5m 02 BILATERAL COOPERATION INTERNATIONAL BORDER WATER COMMISION

US WATER COMMISION

US WATER COMMISION

MEX WATER COMMISION

MEX WATER COMMISION

REALITY OPERATION SEPERATION 03 PULBIC WATER LIFE REBUILD

SOCIALLY BINDING INFRASTRUCTURE

PROXIMITY

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AWARENESS

IMPORTANCE


The Upper Flows Primary Filtration International Dam A

NATURAL WETLAND PURIFICATION SYSTEM

Water Intake and Screening

Natural Aeration Biological Purification

Between International Dam A and Internatioanal diversion Dam B, the wild land will be changed into nature wetland. On one hand, it will help to purify surface water without chemical process. On the other hand, this wetland park will be shared by border people to reenjoy natural water environment.

Terraces for Aeration and Bio-Purification

Soil Fitration Biological Purification Subsurface Filtration

Natural Aeration Biological Purification Heavy Metal Removal and Bio-Purification

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5m

Natural Aeration Biological Purification Pathogen Removal and Bio-Purification

Natural Aeration Biological Purification

Aeration and Biological Purification

Natural Aeration Biological Purification

Water Quality Stablization and Control

Natural Aeration Biological Purification PROJECT

Sand Filter for Fianl Polishing

Ready to Recharge Ground Water

Master Plan

International Dam B and Water Center

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Clean Surface Water Impoundment


URBAN VIEW OF PROJECT

Cuidad Juarez (MEX)

El Paso (USA)

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PROJECT CONCEPT LAYOUT PROGRAMMES

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INTERNATIONAL WATER COMMITTEE WATER EDUCATION AND RESEARCH CENTER BORDER WATER MUSEUM

GROUND WATER

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Water Treatment Capacity 2,300,000 m3/year Water Storage Volume 93340 m3

PROGRAM ORGANISATION EVOLUTION

The Project

Further Natural Clearing Water Flows to Extraction Area

Common Artificial Recharge

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Building as the coverage on top of underground well, preventing vaporization

Original site - Internatinal Dam, a land in middle of two canals

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Use urban link line (hypothetical connect knots of twin cities) to cut the building mass

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Excavating a underground water well, leading surfacewater into it for storage before recharge with aquifer

Creating border public canopy and accesses from ground lever to underground lever 16


PROJECT FUNCTION AND MODEL

RESEARCH

20 %Water Research Center (Classrooms/Labs)

PRIVATE 15 % Desalination/Purification Facility (Mechanism Lab)

PUBLIC

ADMINISTRATION

14 % International Water Committees

4 % Conference/Auditorium

PUBLIC EDUCATION

14% Water Museum

11 % Library

13% Catering/ Serivce

OTHERS 10% Outdoor Common Area

IWC OFFICE

WATER MUSEUM

WATER CYCLE RESEARCH CENTER

WATER INFORMATION LIBRARY

BORDER CROSSING FLOW WATER CENTER VISITING FLOW

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PROJECT SECTIONS

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WATER TREATMENT WATER FLOW IN PROJECT

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First, surface water is collected from the natural source and reclaimed water. All water mingle with the Rio-Grande River, begin preliminary purification in wetland river segment. Then, water gets into water pond of water center and start the secondary filter through terrence purification pool.Finally, they will be storage in underground water well and begin common artificial aquifer recharge.

Juarez

SURFACE WATER

GROUNDWATER

Extraction and Utilization Purification and Recharge

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When the surface - underground water system recover balance, the border urban water supply will become sustainable. The water demand of agriculture, industry, and municipal will be fulfilled.


TERRENCE PURIFICATION POOL

Terraces for Aeration and Bio-Purification

Subsurface Filtration

Heavy Metal Removal Pathogen Removal and Bio-Purification and Bio-Purification

Aeration and Biological Purificatioin

Water Quality Stablization and Control

Sand Filter for Final Polishing

Clean Water Impoundment

Covered Storage Well Mechanical Sluiceway

Auifer

Water Treatment Capacity

2,300,000 m3/year

Water Storage Volume

93340 m3

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VENTILATION

LIGHTING INDIRECT LIGHTING Since the main building is underground, there is existing dark space at sides of retaining wall. To improve light environment of these parts, the Light Pipes and Skylight windows are intended to introduce light into deep space

Winter Daytime The outside layer of fluid facade decolored water. The direct sunlight warm up the water inside facade and energy absorbed by the water can be used for Floor Heating

Winter

SUMMER: THERMAL LABYRINTH+ GROUND WATER ENERGY + ACTIVE SLABS • Thermal labyrinth: the air is pre-cooled to lower the temperature by approximately 7 oC • Ground water energy: the foundation slab drainage under-layer is equipped with pipes connected to ground water well. This energy is used for cooling the Concrete Croe Activation of the slabs

Summer Daytime The fluid facade utilize water(magnetic colored) inside to aborb the heat of the direct sunlight, cooling down the temperature of the interior

Summer

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WINTER: THERMAL LABYRINTH+ COMBINER HEAT + SOLAR RADIATION • Thermal Labyrinth: the air is pre-heated to raise the temperature by approximately 10 oC • Combined Heat: a CHP plant is used to produce electricity and heat • Solar Radiation: in winter, sun radiations (corporate with fluid facade system) enter the building in order to provide free heating.

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ADAPTIVE FLUIDE FACADE

CONSTRCTION

Magnetism Colouring Adaptive Testing

Preliminary tests using a colorant to vary the absorptivity. Total duration 15 s each. Top: low concentration of colorant. Bottom: high concentration of colorant. Note that the used camera automatically adjusted the brightness leading to an overexposure of image area around the faรงade element. 60mm 8

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Steel Attached Construction

200mm HEB 200 Steel Beams 180*180 mm Steel Columns

Floor Construction

255mm Sast-in-situ concrete slab

Major Frame Construction

600 *600 mm Reinforced Concrete Columns 800*400 mm Reiforced Concrete Beams

Cistern and Foundation Construction

1000 mm Thick Reinforced Concrete Retaining Wall

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BORDER CROSSING AND MARKET

BORDER MARKET

PUBLIC WATER BANK

BORDER CROSSING

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WATER VALLEY

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WATER FACADE WATER CORRIDOR

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ENTRENCE SQUARE

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WATER INFORMATION LIBRARY

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WATER COMMITTEE OFFICE

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2013|11

HOUSE ZERO Rotterdam Blaak Social Housing

Tool For Design| Interior TU DELFT Msc 2 Studio Tutor Peter Luthi The mission of studio is to design a synthetical housing project located in historical city Axial Line of Rotterdam Blaak. It includes two tasks, a Social Apartment, and a Grande cafe with objects. At beginning, a question asked by myself, what kind of housing could be here, surrounding by such abundant but complex urban fabrics, axial square, commercial street, rivers, Greenland. It should not be only a housing there but as an Urban Interface, which could be a transition of urban context. Besides, another question is being researched in this project, what kind of Space could re-bounding Neighbourhood which is fragmented in society.

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SITE AND MASS | CONCEPT

History City Axial Line

Residential- Commerce Belt

Neighbourhood Green and Water

The project is at heart of old Rotterdam Blaak, surrounded by complicated urban context. It's unique location making its more than a housing project but an Urban Interface transiting different spatial relation How to shape this Urban Interface? How to make a transition from a commerce block to a neighbourhood greening? How to make a transition form an Urban context to a residential housing?

Housing

Site & Location | Rotterdam Blaak

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Green-Water

Urban Open Market and Shopping

Commerce

Urban

Green Terrace

Waterfront

Future Vision | Markthal? 31

Commercial Street

Open Market Piazza


Sketch

Axonometrical Drawing

Baic Mass | Shaping Secondary Space

Sketch Model

Pizza Ground level | Free Acessible Small Commerce

Air Collection Garden | Neighbourhood Meeting

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Corridors


GROUND PLAZA

Groud level

1st level

2ed level

3rd level 33

4th level


图纸

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Axonometrical Plaza Ground level | Free Acessible Small Commerce

Space Story

01 Connection Street

02 Entence

03 Ground Cafe 34

04 Inter Plaza


GRANDE CAFE

Grande Cafe 35


Grande Cafe Perspective

OBJECT SPACE DESIGN OBJECT A There are two levels in this object design. low level is ground sofa area and it is surrounded by a 450mm height of the platform. a slightly different height creates different atmosphere. the low sofa area is quite and private facing toward inside.While the high platform is more public to respond to the city street

OBJECT A

OBJECT B

Grande Cafe 3D Model

OBJECT B this object is mainly open to the center square. With folding windows and open bar, people are invited into the cafe. then when people have a cafe in this object, their vision can directly see outside. In this way the boundary of inside and outside is melt.

OBJECT A

OBJECT B 36


GRANDE CAFE DRAWING

Grande Cafe | Interior Sketch Drawing 37


Grande Cafe | Exterior Sketch Drawing 38


COMMON GARDEN | APARTMENT TPYE MODULARS

In every dwelling module, there will be a common green garden shared by one TWO FLOOR HEIGH APARTMENT( type A) and two ONE FLOOR HEIGH APARTMENTS (type B). In this way to create a common neighbourhood space. This common garden is also as the porch to each apartment, where each family will naturally meet each other in daily time. Thus the closed neighbourhood activities will happen here, BBQ, Gardening, Chatting etc. And this garden will be maintained by all three families. which shapes mutually beneficial space relationship

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Common Garden

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Neiborhood Collection Garden Collage 40


MATERIAL | FACADE Different scale of balcony and windows are designed based on the living activities behind the wall The main material of exterior facade is old brick, which supports by halfen-system. The brick facade makes project fit well in the old Rotterdam Block

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Bed Room

Living Room

Kitchen

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Eastern Facade

Southern Facade

Northern Facade

Western Facade

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SECTION PERSPECTIVE COLLAGE

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The project Housing π is located at the south part of Amsterdam which will be new development region of the city. In order to develop public cycling, a new cycling highway connected Amsterdam city center and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is planned. And this new cycling highway will across the site of Housing π. This means Housing π will be an important joint on the new public cycling highway. Besides cycling highway, the existing surrounding or functions of this location are abundant. Olympic stadium is on Northern part of the site. Several education and office organizations are on the east side. Sports and boat housing area are in the South and Western sides. Even though there are a lot of public facilities around, creating an urban collective public space is still needed, since which will assemble people and functions in time and space and ways to integrate, invite, and open up rather than closing in activities through site planning.

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Protype Creating the main public sqace combination with acrossing cycling highway in the center, with building blocks arounding 45


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Creating enclosed courtyard

Transformation 1

Lifting up North and South parts of public square toward to the water green view and creating bike parking space under the shell of lifting public space Changing shape of building block to along the angle of the view (10 and 15 degrees)

Transformation 2

Basic on Sun track, in order to making maximum sun light into public or collective space, pulling down the height of building volume at different sides, making west part lower than east part

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Type Research --- Interlocked type

Type A Module

Type B Module

Type C Module

Transfering tradition type of collective dwelling into new type of interlocked, in this way enlarge the area and width the facade of living space, taking more advantage of sun light on west side in the afternoon

Traditonal type

Type A 1:200 154m2

Type B 1:200 103m2

Type A+ 1:200 154m2

Type B+ 1:200 103m2

Type C 1:200 103m2

Interlocked type

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Type C+ 1:200 103m2


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2014|09

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT CENTER

China Coal Building and Installation Engineering Group SJTUPA| Under Construction

Assistant Architect at SJTUPA Design Group Prof. Liu ShiXIng | Wang JunYi | Huang Keshi | Wang YinJie The project of three separate shells is a practical experiment of the application of New Gas Film Thin Shell Reinforced Concrete System in the Civil Architecture. The Gas Film Shell Reinforced Concrete structure is a kind of large span space structure developed in the middle of the 20th century, which has good seismic perforance and mechanical properties. It has lots of advantages: good mechnaical characteristics and durability and sealing effect, beautiful appearance, small occupation area, short construction period, large storage space, good anti-seismic and anti hurricanes and other natural disasters ability. Now it a new technology and widely used in electric power, coal, grain, cement, chemical industry. However, the application this structure in Civil Architecture is a new attempt. Their shape is a combination of column and hemisphere closed shell, semi-ellipsoid closed shell and hemispherical open shell, the functional layout, space types, openings are also different. The interior of shell space is well designed to suit for exhibition, office, labs. The round windows on shell facade are the result of grossphoer pararmetrization, which makes interior meet lighting needs depends on various functions. Interior randering of Exhibition Hall

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Exhibition Hall Construction

Windows Hole on Shell Construction

Research Center Shell Construction 50


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2014|06

MEMBRANE ROOF OF RUI LI CULTURE BUSINESS PLAZA

Membrane with transparency belt or holes, making natural light get through

SJTUPA| Concept Assistant Architect at SJTUPA Design Group Prof. Liu ShiXIng | Zheng Hao | Huang Keshi | Jiang Juncheng The project has been the focus of Jiading District project, intended to use the space membrane structure covering the entire pedestrian street, forming a top enclosed public business space to meet the needs of public activities under the adverse climate. The project uses the existing commercial street buildings as a support, seting up an independent structural system, and through the integration of design content, interacting with commercial activities, green landscape. it aim to form an unique commercial landmark.

Steel truss roof system is generated through parametrization (grasshopper) after calculating different support points of exisiting street builidngs

Exisiting street builidngs have various rooff height

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Painting & Photography LIFE | Recording & Creating

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Vision Venice | 2016

Vision Berlin | 2013 56


Application Portfolio Keshi Huang