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Pre-qualification Submission for Design and Construction of Yau Ma Tei Specialist Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Contract No. SS T332

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STAGE 2

MARKING

Section B.4.2(f) / Page 213 of 213

adapt. room

corridor tech. room

video room

wc

activity/internet room

foyer foyer

staff room

box 1

box 2

storage adapt. room

-1. level

public service bookshop/newspapers

wc storage

flower shop

cloakroom

lift

backstage

church entrance wc cafeteria

0. level

toilette/changing room storage

prepairing room

staff room

wc

wc

changing room

KIT TING KARIE YU

PORTFOLIO


EXPERIENCE

First Prize Wernstaedt´s Sketch Competition, Sweden, 2008 Third Prize Beijing Biennial Exhibition of Architecture, 2004 Overall Champion; Best Collaborative Skill Award; Best Report Award, The Great Wall of China Coursework Competition Participant of “Designing in the Dark” Intensive Design Programme, 2008 Multi-sensorial intensive design workshop reconncting designers with visually impaired end-users. Participant of East Asian Game Schematic Design Competition, 2006

Landscape Achitect . 02.2012-07.2012 Østengen & Bergo Lanskapsakitekter mnla, Norway Assistant Achitect . 11.2011-08.2012 RMJM Architects & Planners/ Atkins architecture & UrbanDesign . 09.2009-11.2011 Andrew Lee King Fun Architect and Associates, H.K . 03.2008-2009 OlssonLyckefors Arkitekter, Sweden . 06.2008-08.2008 Lu Tang Lai Architects Ltd, H.K . 07.2006-07.2006 WCWP International Ltd, H.K . 06.2004-08.2004 Altitude Design International Ltd, H.K Research Assistant . 09.2004-02.2004 Dept. of Architecture, the University of Hong Kong Art Teacher . 09.2004-08.2005Cheong Mei Art Co., H.K

AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, Adobe CS (Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign) 3Ds Max, Rhino, Revit, Sketch Up, GIS, V-ray renderer DESIGN/VISUAL COMMUNICATION Architectural Design, Landscape Design, Urban Design, Interior Design, Graphic Design, Sketches, Line drawing, Painting, Modeling

SKILLS

KIT TING KARIE YU karieyu@gmail.com +47 41188185

CV

Swedish Registered Architect, MSA Member of Swedish Architects (Sveriges Arkitekter) Royal Institue of British Architects Associate Member, RIBA Part2

Q U A L I F I C AT I O N

Master of Landscape Architecture, 2011-2012 The Oslo School of Architecture and Design Master of Architecture, 2007-2009 Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

LANGUAGES English: Proficient Chinese : Native . Cantonese: Native Norwegian: Intermidiate . Mandarin: Proficient German,Spanish: Beginner

Bachelor of Arts (Architectural Studies) with Honours, 2003-2006 The University of Hong Kong


P EPRESROSNOANLA L W OWROKRSK S

INSTITUTIONAL/PUBLIC BUILDING Examination Buildingfor Chalmers University (CTH) . In Göteborg,Sweden . Duration: 2weeks (2008) . Description: First Prize Winning Entry, Wernstaedt’s Sketch Competition 2008

Solbaka Adcademy (Space for all sences) . In Sunne, Sweden . Duration: 6months (2009) . Description: Master Dissertation. Studied multisensorial design, universal design and human cognition of spatial experience . Implementation of concept to realistic project . Corporation with end-users (blinds) and clients

Museum of Hong Kong Culture . In Hong Kong . Duration: 4months (2007) . Description: final year design project for bachelor study in The University of Hong Kong

Emergence Urban Territories . in Oslo. . Duration: 4months (2011) . Description: Strategic approach for expansion of Oslo City

H E A LT H C A R E / R E S I D E N T I A L Sten-Hoppas (the rock jumper) Rethinking of Housing Architecture and the urban context .In Göteborg,Sweden . Duration: 3months (2008) . Description: Design project of Housing Invention Studio

LANDSCAPE /URBAN PLANNING

Senior Housing Community . In Göteborg,Sweden . Duration: 4months (2009) . Description: Design project of Health Care Studio

I N T E R I O R / I N S TA L L AT I O N / S C H E M AT I C D E S I G N /

Mikkeli Satamalahti Architecture Competition - ‘On the Edge’ . In Mikkeli, Finland . Duration: 3 months (2012) . Description: International Competition for expansion of Mikkeli City Taichung Gateway Park Planning, Design and Construction Supervision Service Project - ‘The Water Ladder’ . In Tai Chung, Taiwan . Duration: 3 months (2011) . Description: International Competition for masterplanning and design Taichung Gateway Park . Associated with Yutaka Yano Architect and Hijiri Nagasawa Landscape Architect

Extension for Karolinska Hospital . In Stockeholm, Sweden . Duration: 3months (2008) . Description: Design project of Hospital Architecture Studio

Reading Space (1:1 construction) . In the University of Hong Kong

Redevelopment of a waterfront city . In Mikkeli, Finland . Duration: 4 months (2012) . Description: Diploma project for master of landscape architecture in AHO - Critical rethink on competition requirements given by the municipality. Tasks include comprehensive urban study, waterfront recreation development, remediation for pollutants and environmental strategies.

Multi-sensorial city and information centre .for city of Gehnt, Belgium . Duration: 2weeks (2008) . Description: Joint schools 2week workshop to study universal design and incorporate multisensory approach into urban design and buildings.


MIXED USE/HIGHRISE

INSTITUTIONAL/PUBLIC BUILDING Two Integrated Teaching Buildings . for the University of Hong Kong (completion in 2012) . Duration: 1.4 year (2009-2010) . Description: Design and and construction of the institution project. Involved in detailed architectural design and interior design in corporation with consultants and clients. Preparation of tender drawings and document. Assist in site matters and government submissions . Office: Andrew Lee King Fun & Associates Architects Ltd in association with Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & PlannersKen Yeang Architect (USA)

L A NLDASNCDA SPCE A/PUER /BUA RNB DA NE S PI GL AN N N I N G Nasjonalmuseet .(completion in 2018) . In Oslo, Norway . Area: 1.2 hecters . Tasks: sketches and prelimary report (forprojekt) . Office: Østengen & Bergo Landskapsarkitekter AS in association Kleihues + Schuwerk Arkitekt ill: Kleihues + Schuwerk

I N T E R I O R / I N S TA L L AT I O N / S C H E M AT I C D E S I G N /

. Twin Tower Design Proposal . Duration: 2 Month (2010) . Description: Design Proposal for Twin Tower for Changchun, China . Office: RMJM Architects. HK.

Interior design,NN07 . Duration: 3 months (2008) . Description: involved in developing a retail concept for NN07, a new danish fashion design brand. The concept will be implemented throughout Scandinavia . Office: OlssonLyckefors Arkitekter, Sweden

. HiaXia Bank Design Competition. . Duration: 2 Month (2011) . Description: Design Competition for HiaXia Bank, Fuzohu,China . Office: RMJM Architects. HK.

Sunline Office Tower . Duration: 3 months ( 2011 ) . Description: Design Proposal of a office tower for Chongqing Pinghua Real Estate Co. Ltd. . Office: Atkins Architecture and Urban Design

East Asian Game Schematic Design Competition . Duration: 3weeks (2007) . Description: Design competition for schematic concept for venues and urban spaces for HK EAG hosting . Office: WCWP International Ltd. HK.

H E A LT H C A R E / R E S I D E N T I A L

Pre-qualification Submission for Design and Construction of Yau Ma Tei Specialist Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Contract No. SS T332

Outdoor design for Schools in Norway . Description: Projects vary from design proposals for clients, tender drawings and competitions. Schools are mainly barneskoler and ungdomsskoler . Office: Østengen & Bergo Landskapsarkitekter AS

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STAGE 2

MARKING

Extension for Queen Elizabeth Hospital, . In Hong Kong . Duration: 2months (2009) . Description: Tender Proposal . Office: Andrew Lee King Fun & Associates Architects Ltd in association with Ken Yeang Architect Section B.4.2(f) / Page 213 of 213

Ma Qiao Residential Development . In Shanghai, China . Description: Master planning, houses design . Office: WCWP International Ltd.

Urban Space Design for Sandes City Center . In Sandnes, Norway . Description: Competition to develop concept for design of new urban space in Sandnes Central Station .Office: Østengen & Bergo Landskapsarkitekter AS in association with Helen & Hard Arkitekt AS

OFFICE WORKS Interior design for a Japanese Restaurant (completion in 2009) . in Macau . Duration: 3 months (2008) . Description: Concept and layout design; presentation drawings . Office: Lu Tang Lai Architects Ltd, H.K


. Project: Mikkeli Satamalahti Architecture Competition - ‘On the Edge’ . Location: Mikkeli, Finland . Duration: 3 months (2012) . Description: International Competition for expansion of Mikkeli City . Major duties: Design concept, development . Co-Partners: Giambattista Zaccariotto, Sunniva Førland, Chris Oh, Penny Zhang

‘On the edge’ City Center Extension for Mikkeli, Finland S a t a m a l a h t i

A r c h i t e c t u r e

C o m p e t i t i o n

The lake of Satamalahti has been a basic carrier of the quality and identity of the Mikkeli centre throughout its history. The recent process of modernization has separated, the city from the water potentials. In particular by means the introduction of vast infrastructures such as the harbour and industrial infill, the highway and treatment plant. These elements contributed to the functional and spatial development of Mikkeli, yet reversing, step by step the relation with the lake edge which shifted from being a “front side” to be a “back side”. This process occurred in many water cities around the world and in Finland. In a present time of changes in economical and social values this condition is a burden. Nevertheless the size and ambitions of Mikkeli allows for a vision which reinstates the lake as the hearth of its future development. The projects provides a robust spatial-flows framework for change which integrate an hydrological, ecological and spatial bias. The proposal has been conceived as a bridge between guiding principle and the real-world situation making use of the full potentials of the site.

A C C E S S I B I L I T Y A N D V I E W A X E S

W A T E R

O P E N S P A C E S A N D W A T E R F R O N T L O O P

G R E E N S T R U C T U R E

B U I L D I N G

P A R K I N G


W A T E R F R O N T L O O P A N D O P E N S P A C E S

AREA4: .Ecological housing .Urban Agriculture

quay urban agriculture + playgrounds

swimming pool -sauna park

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AREA1: .Science centre .Public buildings .Housing .Water canal

2 SECTION _PUBLIC SPACE _AREA1

events pier

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pedestrian bridge

AREA2: .Protected heritage .Public buildings .Housing .Wetland

SOFT AND HARD EDGE_THE NEW CANAL

bird sanctuary

sun deck

STREET VIEW CANAL AREA 1

1. URBAN BEACH ALONG SOFT EDGE_ NORTHERN PARK AREA

AREA3: .Garden .Housing

2. HAD EDGE_HARBOUR FRONT reclamation-botanic garden

3. SOFT EDGE ALONG RIVERFRONT LOOP

VIEW FROM THE AGRICULTURAL EDGE, AREA 4


B-3

H O U S I N G Housing Units - area1 and 2:

Amphibious houses types -area 4 A

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Residential tower - area 4 C

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loggia/ loggia/ winter winter garden garden

loggia/ loggia/ winter winter garden garden

loggia/ winter garden

loggia/ winter garden patios

loggia/ winter garden

patios

loggia/ winter garden

D-1

loggia/ winter garden

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B-2 B-2

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loggia/ winter garden

loggia/ winter garden

loggia/ winter garden

loggia/ winter garden

A

loggia/ loggia/ winter winter garden garden

loggia/ loggia/ winter winter garden garden

B-1

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patios

E-1

B-3

loggia/ winter garde

loggia/ winter garden

E-1

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B-1

B-5 B-5

B-4 B-4

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Housing block - area 3

loggia/ winter garden

loggia/ winter garden

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B-6

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loggia/ winter garden

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loggia/ loggia/ winter winter garden garden

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loggia/ winter garden D-1 D-1 patios

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loggia/ winter garde

B-6

D-1

D-2 D-2 patios

loggia/ winter garden

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loggia/ winter garden

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E-2

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patios E-1

E-2

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patios


T H E

S C I E N C E

C E N T R E _

A R E A

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The design of the future landmark of Mikkeli starts with a simple geometry SPIRAL. It gives the most natural and everchanging continuous space, it also brings interesting dialogue between negative and positive space.

Flexible arrangement Adaptive layout The interior space is flexible and adaptive to different functions. Partition panels are stored in the walls and floor panels are in the ceilings. Large varieties of quality spaces eg. double volume foyers, auditorium, laboratories, offices could be achieved by simply movement of panels. 30cm above ground

sections 1:250 cut

Scenario1: Transparency 1-1 Visual relationship bewteen different rooms in the building Suitable for exhibitions, activities and gathering space

Scenario2: Transparency 1-0 Privacy of space Suitable for lectures, laboraties, offices


B O T A N I C A L G A R D E N B L O C K - A R E A 3

A N D

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The exisiting water treatement plant will be transformed to botanical garden. Combined with activities space, it is going to be the recreational centre for Mikkeli.

Steps 1. Wetland 2. Water circulation Shallow garden pond 3. Watergarden and fish pond 4. Water storage and retention 5. To the lake and dwellings

1/F plan 1:500 Water retention + storage

Wetland Basins

Step 1.

Step 6.

Shallow garden pond Water circulation Step 4.

Mossland garden wet

Butterfly garden average/ wet

Step 2.

Water garden and fish pond

Step 3.

Step 5.

Back to dwellings The Lake

Sports field and sub surface Water retention + storage Greenhouse garden Food production

G/F plan 1:500

UG/F plan 1:1000


C O N C E P T The design for the Integrated Teaching Buildings focused about a central, sculptural pedestrian circulation route comprised of stairs and escalators that links the new Cultural Plaza, elevation 10.4 with the Chung Chi Campus Plaza, elevation 37.4. The project consists of two podium structures flanking this stair and two towers, one (Building 1) bridging the beginning of the Grand Stair and one (Building 2) placed uphill and parallel to the circulation route. The Grand Stairway is visually inviting by lifting and lightening the structural elements that bridge across its connection to the Cultural Plaza. The visual connection from the lowest to highest points of the stair ensures this being an active and useful campus circulation route.

T H E

B U I L D I N G

An iconic piece of architecture, prominently located at the Cultural Plaza, provides an entry structure to the development, the largest lecture halls (300 - 600p) at the entry level and the lecture halls (150p), an International Centre, Learning Commons, Computer Centre and classroom spaces placed on the floors above. EXTERIOR COLORS and MATERIALS CUHK - TWO INTEGRATED TEACHING BUILDING

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The Grand Stairway is visually inviting by lifting and lightening the structural elements that bridge across its connection to the Cultural Plaza. The visual connection from the lowest to highest points of the stair ensures this being an active and useful campus circulation route.

F A Ç A D E

T R E A T M E N T

The exterior expression is to combine solid and glazed treatments that express and enhance the interior function of the buildings. Locations within the structures that provide the best views, often at the building’s corners, are to be developed to the fullest. These spaces may be expressed through additional glazing opening the vistas to the interior while aiding the reduction of the visual mass of the buildings’ exteriors. Lining the Grand Stairway with transparently glazed interior circulation spaces creates visual links and activates both indoor and outdoor spaces. The project is to convey its purpose as a contribution to the academic community through the use of materials and colors selected. Natural materials such wood and stone and the use of color is encouraged for both interior and exterior of the project.

S U S T A I N A B L E

D E S I G N

The design is to incorporate appropriate sustainable design strategies which enhance function and long-term use of the structures. Energy efficient MEP systems as well as passive approaches, such as daylighting, solar control and shading, green roofs, etc., are to be incorporated. The building targets on LEEDS Platium certificate.


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Existing landscape will be enhanced by the extensive roof terraces, located on level 4, intended not only to make the new structures more sustainable, but also to weave the lush landscape from the adjacent hillside into the buildings and anchoring it intimately in its surroundings. The internal and external planning of the facility is being considered to include student breakout spaces to enhance both individual study and group gathering spaces throughout the project.


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P R E - F U N C T I O N A L S P A C E O U T S I D E T H E A T R E S L A V A T O R I E S Design of >20 types of lavatories in the podium and tower


. Project: FuJian Hiaxia Bank Design Competition . Location: Fujian, China . Duration: 2 months . Description: Invited Competition for design of Hiaxia Bank Headquarter . Major duties: Assisted and involved in the design concept, development, visualization . Office: RMJM Architects and Planners / Strata Landscape Architects

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26 VIP 25 24 CHAIRMAN 23 EXECUTIVE 22 OFFICE 7 EDUCATION CENTRE 6

5 CAFETERIA. GARDEN

13 TYPICAL OFFICE FL.2

4 BANKING BUSINESS OFFICE 3 CONFERENCE

12 TYPICAL OFFICE FL.1

2 VIP BANKING HALL

11 MEZZANINE 10 REFUGE / TRANSFER 9 TRADING 8

1 GROUND FLOOR

7 EDUCATION CENTRE 6


C E N T R A L F E A T U R E

B U I L D I N G The exterior expression is to combine solid and glazed Inspired by aspiration for the future of Haixia Economic Zone, our design proposal embodies the balanced and stable appearance suitable for this important bank institution. Two symmetrical sides of the tower in equal proportion are united by the central atrium and architectural design of the building. Our initial concept originates from careful observation of Fujian region and the Haixi Economic zone. As with aspiration for design of the Bank’s logo, we take essence from geographical composition of Taiwan straits with two sides, which are united to create new economic zone of national importance. Looking at Fuzhou city from sky, we discovered that Fuzhou city it-self are also separated and united by the city’s important river, Min-River. Looking closer, the current masterplan design of the Haixi Financial Street area also has two sides, D2, D4 and D6 to the east, D1, D3, and our site D5 to the west which are again united by the central Landscape feature element.

P O D I U M Our podium design is inspired by the energy and life of China’s civilization. Our initial concept originates from observation into the mapping of energy generated by modern development of China’s southern coast-line from Beijing to Shanghai, and to the Haixi Economic Zone. We envisaged the life-form and energy concentrate towards the coastline from country level, to regional Haixi Economic zone, then closer along the banks of Min River and the future of Fuzhou Haixi Financial Street Zone. We began to see the podium as part of heave of activity and energy generated by the future occupants of this area. Rational 1m x 1m grid was applied to the entire surface of the podium. By randomly alternating between solid and open or glazed panel, and allowing the openings to be concentrated towards the Min River, it resulted in beautiful motif of pattern. We were also inspired by the Fuzhou culture for the choice of materials; variations created in the design of the podium façade and the materials are reminiscent of variation of colours displayed in the Shoushan stones.

A T R I U M


L A N D S C A P E

C O N C E P T

The concept for the landscape design was inspired by Chinese character Zhou (Chinese: 州; pinyin: zhōu). This character was taken from Fuzhou (Chinese: 福州; pinyin: Fúzhōu) and has its root in sandbanks of a river. The graphical elements of the character were broken down into the constituting elements, the river and the sandbanks. The vertical lines of river part are used as axial or planar space throughout the site and the sandbanks are used as landscape elements to develop landscape design ideas, such as water feature or landscape furniture.

河 River 洲 Sandbank

Recompose with geometry & elements

Axis Landscape elements

MAIN ENTRANCE AREA

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VIP ENTRANCE AREA

PUBLIC ENTRANCE AREA

S I T E

O P P O R T U N I T Y

Located along the prominent banks of the Min River and the terminus of the already planned future central public park of the block, the proposed site will be an anchor point of the public space in the area. Together with the large scale financial buildings within the block, the site will have a strong civic character with significant public frontage towards the waterfront.

PODIUM AREA


I N S P I R A T I O N The design for the new office building for Pinghua is inspired by the spectacular world-famous natural topography of Chongqing and the city’s unique relationship with the mighty Yangtze River.

Project: Sunline Office Tower . Duration: 3 months ( 2011 ) . Client: Chongqing Pinghua Real Estate Co. Ltd. . Major duties: . Design development from concept, technical drawings to presentation . Responsible for the project booklet . Office: Atkins Architecture and Urban Design

The building consists of an iconic pair of towers. Its dramatic exterior shape with its narrow gap is reminiscent of the steep geological formations found along the Yangtze River gorge. The very transparent glazed cladding of the gap can be seen as a waterfall cascading towards the river.

The atrium space between the towers create office spaces as well as inspiring social gathering spaces for office staff. The very light cladding of the atrium is highly intelligent providing optimum daylight and natural ventilation to all office space. The atrium acts as the ecological heart and lungs of the building. At street level a small high-end retail mall acts as an important urban connection to the river front park. The building thus fully engages with its surroundings and forms an integral part of the urban masterplan for the new CBD.

While the flow of water symbolizes prosperity and fortune, the rock-like shape of the towers firmly roots the building in its local environment. The building will provide top grade-A office space. While the façade cladding of the towers is inspired by layering of natural rock sedimentation, it is highly intelligent as it optimizes daylight provision to the interior and blocks out unwanted solar heat gains.

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办公

2 Express VIP Lifts serve L6 to L8 and L28 to L31

Refuge Floor

避难层

Fighting Lift serve all floors

6 Office Lifts serve L7-L30 East wing office

Art Gallery Retail

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美术馆

办公

Office

6 Office Lifts serve L7-L30 West Wing office 2 Office Lifts serve L4-L7 East wing office

Retail Lift serve L1 to L7

Service/Fire Fighting Lift serve all floors

Service/Fire Fighting Lift serve all floors

Retail Lift serve L1 to L7

Retail Escalators serve L1 to L8

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夏季东北面直射辐射强度分布

F A Ç A D E A N A L Y S I S The conceptual idea of the façades is supported by a thorough environmental analysis. Solar heat gain studies have been conducted for all façades. As some of the façades are directly exposed to the eastern and western low-angle sun, the most effective way to reduce solar heat gain is to reduce the amount of window glazing. At the same time overhanging façade elements provide shading against the high-angle southern sun.

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HORIZONTAL SHADING

VERTICAL SHADING

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Section BB

T H E W E R N S T E D T S K E T C H C O M P E T T I O N 2 0 0 8 F I R S T P R I Z E W I N N I N G E N T R Y E B A C

Section AA

X A M I N A T I O N U I L D I N G T C H A L M E R S A M P U S

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The concept of the examination building is to create a cheerful , encouraging and comfortable environment for Chalmers students.Featured with an eye-catching “A shaped” atrium, large volume of the building is open, public and bright, almost half of the ground floor space of the building is opened up for students to relax and gather before and after examination. The Use of cheerful colours (eg. translucent pink leaning wall, colourful walls for seminar rooms) and dynamic shapes (eg. curving walls for rooms, circular openings on walls) is to create a relaxing environment to release anxiety of students. Exhibition space is provided at the ground floor, together with a prominent stair ,which serves as gathering space, leading people up to the cafe and entrance hall. Seminar rooms, auditorium and office are located on upper floors, accessed by elevator or stair, on each floor, common space ,which is connected to the atrium, is provided for relaxing after exam or seminar.

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. Project: Competition on Examination Building at Chalmers Campus - ‘Go for A’ . Location: Gothenburg, Sweden . Duration: 2 weeks (2009)

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seminar room(30p)

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seminar room(70p)

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seminar room(30p)

storage/services

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seminar room(70p)

seminar room(30p)

seminar room(30p)

storage/services

4/F Plan (+17m)

auditorium

seminar room(30p)

storage/services

3/F Plan (+13m)

auditorium

storage/services

office

2/F Plan (+9m)

gathering space

reception

cafeteria

1/F Plan (+5m)


NASJONALMUSEET OSLO Oppdragsgiver: Referanseperson:

Arkitekt for bygg: Areal: Ferdigstillelse: Byggesum: Leveranse:

Kleihues + Schuwerk/ Statsbygg Klaus Schuwerk, tlf.: 91660177 Hege Gultvedt, tlf.: 97146643 Kleihues + Schuwerk 12,6 daa 2018 86 mill. Skisseprosjekt. Forprosjekt 2012.

NASJONALMUSEET OSLO Kleihues + Schuwerk/ Statsbygg Referanseperson: Klaus Schuwerk, tlf.: 91660177 Hege Gultvedt, tlf.: 97146643 + Schuwerk Arkitekt for bygg: Kleihuesill:+Kleihues Schuwerk ill: Kleihues + Schuwerk Areal: 12,6 daa ØSTENGEN & BERGO AS Ferdigstillelse: 2018 Landskapsarkitekter MNLA Byggesum: 86 mill. Leveranse: Skisseprosjekt. O s l o , N o r w a y Forprosjekt 2012. Oppdragsgiver:

National Museum

. Project: Nasjonalmuseet (completion in 2018) . Area: 1.2 hectare . Tasks: sketches and prelimary report (forprojekt) . Major duties: detail design, drawings production and illustration . Office: Østengen & Bergo Landskapsarkitekter AS associted with Kleihues + Schuwerk Arkitekt

ill: Kleihues + Schuwerk

ØSTENGEN & BERGO AS

Landskapsarkitekter MNLA

Østengen & Bergo er engasjert som landskapsarkitekt for det nye Nasjonalmuseet på Vestbanen. Det arkitektfaglige idégrunnlaget for landskapsutformingen er hovedsakelig basert på de arkitektoniske ideer i Kleihaus & Schuwerk’s vinnerutkast for Nasjonalmuseet. Dette består først og fremst i anlegging av en intim og skjermet plass, Museumsplassen, foran museets hovedinngang, omgitt av museets storlinjede vegger på to sider, og Vestbane- og sidebygningens mindre og mer detaljerte fasader på nordøstre side. Plassen vil få mange sittemuligheter integrert i museets fasader, og mot Vestbanebygningens fasader. Museumplassen skal fremstå som en urban plass rundt et stort tuntre, med et enkelt, fleksibelt gulv som kan romme folkeliv, faste eller midlertidige kunstverk, kaféstoler og køer. I den solrike skrenten opp til Dronning Mauds gate anlegges sittetrapper , som møtested eller hvile for slitne besøkende. Trappen gir også mulighet for trinnfri og universell atkomst fra Dronning Mauds gate ved en diagonal gangvei som leder mot museets hovedinnganger. På byggets steinfasader, langs Dronning Mauds gate, nordvestfasaden og mot Dokkveien plantes villvin, i tråd med byens tradisjon på sentrale stein- og murbygg. Som del av viktige byomgivelser har forprosjektet også omfattet landskapsbearbeiding og tilplanting av omkringliggende gater og plasser, selv om dette strekker seg utenfor tomten.

Østengen & Bergo er engasjert som landskapsarkitekt for det nye Nasjonalmuseet på Vestbanen. Det arkitektfaglige idégrunnlaget for landskapsutformingen er hovedsakelig basert på de arkitektoniske ideer i Kleihaus & Schuwerk’s vinnerutkast for Nasjonalmuseet. Dette består først og fremst i anlegging av en intim og skjermet plass, Museumsplassen, foran museets hovedinngang, omgitt av museets storlinjede vegger på to sider, og Vestbane- og sidebygningens mindre og mer detaljerte snitt/oppriss Dronning Mauds gate fasader på nordøstre side. Plassen vil få mange sittemuligheter integrert i museets section / elevation Dronning Maud Street fasader, og mot Vestbanebygningens fasader. www.ostengen-bergo.no Museumplassen skal fremstå som en urban plass rundt et stort tuntre, med et enkelt, fleksibelt gulv som kan romme folkeliv, faste eller midlertidige kunstverk, kaféstoler og køer. I den solrike skrenten opp til Dronning Mauds gate anlegges sittetrapper , som The engaged as slitne landscape architect forTrappen the new National Museum in Vestbanen. Theog møtested eller hvile for besøkende. gir også mulighet for trinnfri landscape mainlyMauds based on theved architectural ideas in Kleihaussom & Schuwerk’s universell atkomst fradesign Dronning gate en diagonal gangvei leder mot winning proposal. This consists of the construction of an intimate and sheltered museets hovedinnganger. space - Museum Square, in front of main entrance surrounded by the museumog På byggets steinfasader, langs Dronning Maudsand gate, nordvestfasaden and the Western Railway. The space provides seating which integrated to the build-og mot Dokkveien plantes villvin, i tråd med byens tradisjon på sentrale steinfacades. murbygg. ing Som del av viktige byomgivelser har forprosjektet også omfattet The museum isog perceived as an av urban space around a large Eucalyptus tree (tuntre), landskapsbearbeiding tilplanting omkringliggende gater og plasser, selv om with a single, flexible ground that can accommodate crowds, permanent or tempodette strekker seg utenfor tomten. rary artworks, cafe chairs and queues. Sitting stairs in the sun-facing slope up to Dronning Mauds gate provides meeting or resting space for visitors. The diagonal walkway leading to museum’s main entrances allows step-free universal access. The building’s stone facade will be planted villvin,with reference to the city’s tradition of central stone and masonry. Plating and environment improvement works in surrounding streets and square is also included so as to provide an united enjoyable environment for the new museum. snitt/oppriss Dronning Mauds gate

www.ostengen-bergo.no

Outdoor design for Schools N o r w a y

. Projects: Outdoor design for Schools in Norway . Description: Projects vary from design proposals for clients, tender drawings and competitions. Schools are mainly barneskoler and ungdomsskoler . Major duties: Assisted and involved in the design concept, development, visualization . Office: Østengen & Bergo Landskapsarkitekter AS

In Norway, the relationship of people and nature is highly appreciated. It was proved that good outdoor activities space in schools help the learning process. During my work in Østengen & Bergo Landskapsarkitekter AS, I worked on many school improvement projects. Some are design proposals for clients, some are competitions, some are tender drawings. Outdoor activities, natural landscape , parking, loading and unloading.


ill: Helen & Hard

Plan og designkonkurranse for Ruten .DEL-TA S a n d n e s , N o r w a y

. Project: Urban Space Design for Sandes City Center . Description: Competition to develop concept for design of new urban space in Sandnes Central Station . Major duties: Assisted and involved in the design concept, development, visualization . Office: Ă˜stengen & Bergo Landskapsarkitekter AS associated with Helen & Hard Arkitekt AS

The concept is building of a new landscape in the site with respect to the city origin. It is a creative process involving local development to integrate the local culture and urban development. The name of the town- Sand-nes implies sand and clay accumulated at the mouth of rivers. This contributed to the industrial base for the town in form of brick and ceramic production. The idea of the project is to recreate the geographical sedimentation process in the site. We simulate the water flow process from the city, through the entrances and deposits sediment and masses as delta landscape. This landscaping creates good circulation over the plaza, dunes and ridges with provide shelter, viewpoints and activity spaces. Instead of fixed designated space, it is an ever changing process and welcome the co-creating with local development. Biodiversity is the fundamental, we stimulated how nature could take over the plot in 500 years perspective. ill: Helen & Hard


Water Ladder Taichung Gateway Park Competition

Introduction 簡介 The Water Ladder The Water Ladder adopts a holistic and ultimately flexible solution for the rehabilitation of land which for years served as the location for Taichung’s Shuinan airport. The Taichung Gateway Project calls for a park to form the heart of the development, linking different zones including an Innovation R & D District, a Cultural Business District, Gateway District and an Eco Residential District.

Acknowledging the location’s historical eponymous link with water, the Water Ladder comprises a unique strategy that unifies the site along a north-south axis using a newly created waterway and from east to west by creating a series horizontal plots providing a framework for multiple-uses that at also allows sufficient scope for future redevelopment of the land as required.

The Water Ladder adopts a holistic and ultimately flexible solution for the rehabilitation of land which for years served as the location for Taichung’s Shuinan airport. The Taichung Gateway Project calls for a park to form the heart of the development, linking different zones including an Innovation R & D District, a Cultural Business District, Gateway District and an Eco Residential District. The gateway city covers 254-hectare areas includes the former airport, 68 hectare is park. Acknowledging the location’s historical eponymous link with water, the Water Ladder comprises a unique strategy that unifies the site along a north-south axis using a newly created waterway and from east to west by creating a series horizontal plots providing a framework for multiple-uses that at also allows sufficient scope for future redevelopment of the land as required.

Synergy Concept Diagram

In a city rich with over four hundred parks and open spaces the ‘Water Ladder’ is unique in its aim to create a living core for the Taichung Gateway Project that engages the district’s workers, residents and visitors in a consciously symbiotic relationship with nature. Far more than a decorative or purely recreational strategy, the Water Ladder establishes a new paradigm for contemporary living based around three key components: a Water System, a Ladder System and an Activity Network, bringing into existence the interstices between nature, the urban and the agricultural. Concept Diagram: Organic layout of trees are achived over a period of time. Organic nature forms takes over the human order.

. Project: Taichung Gateway Park Planning, Design and Construction Supervision Service Project - ‘The Water Ladder’ . Location: Tai Chung, Taiwan . Duration: 3 months (2011) . Description: International Competition for masterplanning and design Taichung Gateway Park . Major duties: Assisted and involved in the design concept, development, visualization . Associated with Yutaka Yano Architect and Hijiri Nagasawa Landscape Architect

Concept Diagram: Interface of grid from urban edge to organic growth of trees.

Water System 水系統

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Ladder System 梯級系統

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Activity Network 活動網絡

Active Ecology = Multifunctional Park + Ecology / Nature 生態構架 = 多功能公園+生態農業/自然綠地


Taichung Gateway Park Competition

Water 水

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River Water 河水

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c d

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Purified Water 凈化後的水

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River Water is purified by solar powered Water Purification Facility 通過太陽能凈水設施,凈化處理河水

Elevated walkway connects the site north / south, east / west 架空的水道聯系基地南北,東西各個方向

a: Solar Panel Roof, b: Multi-purpose Building (Water Purifier Facility), c: Elevated Walkway, d: Landscape Water Feature, e: Multi-purpose Performance Stage, f: Basement Car Park a: 太陽能板屋頂, b: 多功能建築(凈水設施), c: 步行桥, d: 水景, e:多功能舞台, f: 地下停 车场

Taiwan has 129 Rivers of different sizes

Water System / Active Ecology Avenue 水系統/生態大道 The Water System connecting the existing green corridor

The Water System existing situated to the north of situated to theconnecting north ofthethe sitegreen withcorridor the new building the site with the new building developments in the developments in the south constitutes thesouth mainconstitutes artery ofthe themain artery of the Water Ladder. A combination of grey water and freshwater, the system Water Ladder. A combination of grey water and freshwater, the will both purify and transport domestic waste water using solar power through systemponds will and bothaquaducts purify and transport domestic waste waterameniartificial and provide recreational and conservational using power through artificial ponds and ties suchsolar as a reflecting pool and wetland habitat as well as aquaducts climate-responsive, energy-generating water towersand recalling the structure and form of Taichung’s and provide recreational conservational amenities such city tree, the Astonia Scholaris.

as a reflecting pool and wetland habitat as well as climate-

Taiwan Straits Sea 臺灣海峽

responsive, energy-generating water towers recalling In Taiwan, the rivers are distributed throughout the island, from the the mountainstructure form of Taichung’s Scholaris. ous highlandand to the coast area and intocity thetree, sea. the The Astonia existing river to the north of Taichung Gateway Park is linked to a web of other city rivers and water systems merging and converging until it reaches the Taiwan Straits. The key concept is to convert the remaining existing airport runway profile into landscape water system to sustain and assist the nature’s growth in the form of articulated landscape water feature. The water system proposal uses water sourced both from recycled grey water and treated river water, which are ultimately connected and are part of the larger city-scale river network system.

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River Water 河水

b

c d

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Purified Water 凈化後的水

River Water is purified by solar powered Water Purification Facility 通過太陽能凈水設施,凈化處理河水

Site 基地

f

Elevated walkway connects the site north / south, east / west 架空的水道聯系基地南北,東西各個方向

a: Solar Panel Roof, b: Multi-purpose Building (Water Purifier Facility), c: Elevated Walkway, d: Landscape Water Feature, e: Multi-purpose Performance Stage, f: Basement Car Park a: 太陽能板屋頂, b: 多功能建築(凈水設施), c: 步行桥, d: 水景, e:多功能舞台, f: 地下停 车场

River Network 河道網絡 Taichung City Centre 臺中市區

1. River Water Purification Facility + Landscape Water Feature 河水凈化設施+水景

River Network 河道網絡 Water Recycling Centre 水循環中心 Proposed Water Way 規劃水道 Grey Water Recycling 中水循環系統

River System Diagram 河流系統示意圖

Landscapes and cities today co-exist within large and complex global ecologies. Even the smallest garden or building is an active agent in a large-scale environment changing over time, this could be especially true where the grey waters collected from the urban area are recycled for the park water system.

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8. Water Tower 水塔

8. Water Tower 水塔

2. Existing Water Feature to be integrated into overall Water System 整合現狀水體到水系統之中

8. Water Tower 水塔 8. Water Tower 水塔

8. Water Tower 水塔

129 Rivers of different sizes

3. Water Canal 運河

8. Water Tower 水塔 9. Detantion Basin + Wet-land Habitat 蓄水窪地+生態濕地

By combining the water system from both the river and grey water collected from the urban area, the park exists in the middle of both nature and man-made system. We propose to make visible this articulated system so that people can see and learn the workings of the park. Taiwan has

Taiwan Straits Sea 臺灣海峽

River Water 河水

10. Reflecting Pool at Cultural Centre 文化中心映月池

4. Water Circulation System - A 水循環系統A

Water Circulation System - B 水循環系統B

Purified Water 凈化後的水

Topographical study identifying the low / high ground to establish strategic location for detention pond Site 基地

8. Water Tower 水塔 5. Retention Pond 蓄水池

1. River Water Purification Facility + Landscape Water Feature: 河水凈化設施+水景 This facility is intended to enhance what we see as an important asset to the overall development. By addressing the issue of river pollution, it creates opportunities in developing a landscape 11. where the residents can interact more with the river and provide water the Treatment other Landscape features Greyto Water + Landscape Water Feature

River Network 河道網絡 Taichung City Centre 臺中市區

River Network 河道網絡 Water Recycling Centre 水循環中心 Proposed Water Way

規劃水道 2. Water Canal: 運河 Grey Water Recycling The runway has been a vital component in the old days when the site was used as an 中水循環系統 6. Airport. We want to maintain the legacy of the Airport days by converting the runway Viaduct 高架水橋 into the waterway, where people gather, and become central focus of the park. River System Diagram 河流系統示意圖

7. Potential Development Area for Grey Water Recycling 規劃中水循環處理區

3. Detention Basin + Wetland Habitat: 蓄水窪地+生態濕地 We see the Detention Basin not only as functional element of water to regulate the storm-water during the rainy season but something people can interact with during the other season. By making the Detention Basin as Wetland area, it allows the people to gather around and actively helps to diversify the local eco-system.

River Water 河水

Purified Water 凈化後的水

River Water Purification Facility + Landscape Water Feature

1. River Water Purification Facility + Landscape Water Feature: 河水凈化設施+水景 This facility is intended to enhance what we see as an important asset to the overall development. By addressing the issue of river pollution, it creates opportunities in developing a landscape where the residents can interact more with the river and provide water to the other Landscape features

2. Water Canal: Water Canal 運河

The runway has been a vital component in the old days when the site was used as an Airport. We want to maintain the legacy of the Airport days by converting the runway into the waterway, where people gather, and become central focus of the park.

Detention Basin + Wetland Habitat:

3. Detention Basin + Wetland Habitat: 蓄水窪地+生態濕地 We see the Detention Basin not only as functional element of water to regulate the storm-water during the rainy season but something people can interact with during the other season. By making the Detention Basin as Wetland area, it allows the people to gather around and actively helps to diversify the local eco-system.

Grey Water Treatment + Landscape Water Feature

4. Grey Water Treatment + Landscape Water Feature: 中水處理+水景 Water Purification Park has grey water treatment facility with aeration pool to oxidize water, sedimentation pool to filtering solid, and de-nutritionize pool to remove organic matter by tree planting above. This water purification system is displayed as a landscape feature throughout the park where visitors can learn the water recycling process.

Viaduct:

5. Viaduct: 高架水橋 The main function of the viaduct is to supply purified grey water to the Landscape water features over existing roadway. The system is intentionally exposed so that the visitor can see the workings of the park as well as serving other functions such as being waterway for the transportation boats.

Water Tower

6. Water Tower: 水塔 Water Towers and water pumps are located along the length of the waterway to regulate the water system. It is powered by solar panels placed over the canopy. The canopy moves to follow the sun’s movement during the course of the day and fold its leaves to protect itself from strong winds. In essence it is a kinetic sculpture to articulate the park as well as being functional element of the water system.


Water Ladder

Agricultural Parkland 梯級系統/農耕公園 LARGE GRID 大尺度网格

Taichung Gateway Park Competition

Following the axis of the waterway, the Ladder System facilitates the rehabilitation of the land from its previous industrial use as an airfield to a more natural equilibrium. Borrowing from existing agricultural principles and forming an extension to the existing agricultural zones to the north of the site, the Ladder System divides the land that borders the Water System into “plots” that are open to a variety of uses by the public. Amongst the principle uses envisaged for these plots is the creation of agricultural parkland in which local residents, schools and tenants from the Innovation and Cultural business districts may grow their own crops and flowers as well as other more leisure related activities. By giving people direct access to the land and responsibility for its cultivation, the Ladder System is the key element in the creation of this new community based on the symbiosis between man and nature.

LARGE GRID 大尺度网格

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Taichung Gateway Park Competition

SMALL GRID 小尺度网格

LARGE GRID 大尺度网格

Activity Ac 活 活動

Ladder 梯

Ladder System / Agricultural Parkland 梯級系統/農耕公園 Following the axis of the waterway, the Ladder System facilitates

Existing Green Corridor 現狀綠色通道

Existing Green Corridor 現狀綠色通道

Activity Net / Activity Activity NetworkNetwork / Urban Planning Urban Plann Urban Planning 活動網絡/城市規劃 活動網絡/城 活動網絡/城市規劃 The zoning created is integral to the Activity Network,

Introduction of Water System Introduction of Water System New Waterway New Waterway 引入新的水道,完善水系統 引入新的水道,完善水系統

Existing Green Corridor 現狀綠色通道

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The boundaries, zoning created by the Taichung The zoning Gateway created Project by theMasterpla Taichung shaping physical and principal The zoning the created by the Taichung Gatewayactivities Project Masterplan is integral to the Activity Network, shaping the Activity physical Network, boundaries, shaping activities the physic and Activityto Network, the will physical boundaries, activities and principal uses to uses whichshaping the park be subject. which the park will be subject. which the park will be subject. which the park will be subject. The Activity Network concentrates facilities and amenities Whilst the Gateway will be accessible Whilst the from Gateway the rest will of bethe accessib city by in keeping withwillthe zones delineated thecity Masterplan, Whilst the Gateway be accessible from the rest in of the by car, subway and bus, access to and circulation bus, within access the Taichung to and circulation Gatewaywithin Proj bus, access toan and circulation within the Taichung Gateway Project itself will be by including academic corridor or education street water taxi, on foot and by bicycle, water taxi, withon thefoot number and by of bicycle, vehicularw water taxi, on foot and by bicycle, with the number of vehicular secondary roads connecting the established higher institutions within the park kept toeducation a minimum. within the park kept to a minimum. within the park kept to a minimum. that border the site to the Innovation R & D District, as well The Activity Network concentrates The Activity facilities Network and amenities concentrates in Theretail, Activityconference Network concentrates facilities facilities and amenities in keeping with the as and delineated corporate grouped ininan the zones in the Masterplan, zones delineated including the academic Masterplan cor zones delineated in the Masterplan, including an academic corridor or education Gateway District, and museums otherstreet cultural facilities street connectingand the established higher connecting education the established institutionshith street connecting the established higher education institutions that border the site to the Innovation R & D District, to the as well Innovation as retail, R& conference D District, and as wc within the designated Culture Business District. to the Innovation R & D District, as well as retail, conference and corporate facilities grouped in the Gateway District, grouped andinmuseums the Gateway and other District, cultu an grouped inlocal the Gateway District, and museums andas other cultural facilities within Various specific programmes such food-street and the designated Culture Business the designated District. Culture Business Dis the designated Culture Business District. different element of art including open theatre and Artist Key Landmark Buildings, KeyVarious Landmark Buildings, local specificthe programmes Various such local as specific food-street and di Street are specific incorporated which critical ofprogrammes Key Landmark Buildings, local programmes suchare as food-street and element different element of related Various to landscape related to landscape art including open theatre and art Artist including Street open are theatre incorporated and Artis wh related to landscape art including open theatre and Artist Street are incorporated which are the critical 主要標誌性建築,與景觀相呼應 主要標誌性建築,與景觀相呼應 Taichung’s streetscape andofurban landscape. 主要標誌性建築,與景觀相呼應 element Taichung’s streetscape element and of urban Taichung’s landscape. streetscape a

EcoResidential District Cultural Business District

LARGE GRID 大尺度网格

SMALL GRID 小尺度网格

HYDRO FARM

ART STREET

Gateway District EcoResidential District

Cultural Business District

Cultural Business District

R&D R&D R&D R&D R&D District District Building massing along the Building massing along the R&D District District District Building massing along the Different Park activities relate to Different Park activities relate to Park Perimeter re-inforces the Park Perimeter re-inforces the District Different Park activities relate to Park Perimeter re-inforces the 5 different zones in the overall 5 different zones in the overall Landscape Corridor and the mainLandscape Corridor and the main 5 different zones in the overall Landscape Corridor and the main masterplan masterplan aproaches to the park aproaches to the park masterplan aproaches to the park 五大功能組團,充分回應公園周邊五大功能組團,充分回應公園周邊 公園邊界的建築形體,強化綠色通公園邊界的建築形體,強化綠色通 五大功能組團,充分回應公園周邊 公園邊界的建築形體,強化綠色通 用地性質 用地性質 道及公園軸線 道及公園軸線 用地性質 道及公園軸線

GREEN CORRIDOR SPORTS

element of Taichung’s streetscape and urban landscape.

Gateway District

Gateway District EcoResidential District

Introduction of Water System New Waterway 引入新的水道,完善水系統

Activity Nodes

SPORTS Activity Nodes

FARM

FLOOWER GARDEN HYDRO FARM

CANAL

NEIGHBOURHOOD FARM

OUTDOOR THEATRE

1: Interface of grid from urban edge to organic growth of trees. Activity Nodes

FOOD STREET

HYDRO FARM

SPORTS

1: Interface of grid from urban edge to organic growth of trees.

2: Organic growth of trees spreading out from the runway.

2: Organic growth of trees spreading out from the runway.

Activity Nodes

ECOFARM

Activity Nodes

FLOOWER GARDEN

Activity Nodes

WETLAND GREY WATER DETENTION POND

3: Organic layout of trees are achieved over a period of time. Organic nature forms takes over the human order.

3: Organic layout of trees are achieved over a period of time. Organic nature forms takes over the human order.

Ladder Grid Component 梯級網格:

Programme Component 功能用地:

Water / Irrigation Component 水系/灌溉:

Grid Circulation Component 動線網格:

Network of landscape grid extends from the northern green corridor. The size of its spacing changes and densifies towards the urban edge to create transition from more natural to tectonic building zone.

Ladder Grid sub-divides the parkland into series of flexible land plots which can be merged / inter-changed to accommodate required programme.

Network of Water system extends north-south to articulate the park but also to provide irrigation system for the tree and landscape activity including farming.

Ladder Grid provides orthogonal movement of pedestrians across the park.

Fluid FluidCirculation Circulation Component Component 流線型動線: 流線型動線: More fluid circulation directly connects between series of

More fluid circulation directly connects between series of activity nodes across the park. activity nodes across the park.

Landscape Landscape Texture Texture 景觀肌理: 景觀肌理:

Tree-plantation long-term Tree-plantation andand long-term landscape design strategy landscape design strategy 造林及長期景觀策略: 造林及長期景觀策略:

Overall Landscape Texture and its appearance reflect the overal

We imagined the nature and random growth of trees gradually overtakes the parkland. We aspire to the character of untamed,

Overall Landscape Texture and its appearance reflect the overal We imagined the nature and random growth of trees gradually overtakes the parkland. We aspire to the character of untamed, of series of both orthogonal and fluid system. Classic British Park design meet the efficient and ordered agricultural land. We looked for the park character which embodies the of series of both orthogonal and fluid system. Classic British Park design meet the efficient and ordered agricultural land. We looked for the park character which embodies the essence of active ecology, where future of our landscape are working harder to maintain equilibrium between man and nature. essence of active ecology, where future of our landscape are working harder to maintain equilibrium between man and nature.

Circulation Circulationand andAccess Access Strategy Strategy交通策略: 交通策略: Vehicular Vehicular access access and and Public Public Transport Transport routes routes areare concentrated concentrated around around thethe Major Major Road Road which which runs runs North North South South onon thethe Eastern Eastern and and Western Western side side of of thethe park, park, leaving leaving thethe park park space space forfor pedestrian pedestrian and and bicycle bicycle circulation. circulation. Introduction Introductionof ofwaterway waterwayalong alongthethecanal canaland andviaduct viaductadds addsunique uniquealternative alternative mode modeof oftransport transportand andcreate createtourist touristattraction. attraction.Bicycle Bicycleinterchange interchangenodes nodesareare strategically strategically placed placed along along thethe waterway waterway soso that that visitor visitor can can seamlessly seamlessly switch switch bebetween tween different different modes modes of of transport transport toto travel travel across across thethe park. park. Introduction Introductionof ofthetheLand Landbridge bridgeover overthethenorth northhighway highwayphysically physicallyconnects connectsthethe green greencorridor corridorand andthethepark parkallowing allowingmovement movementof ofpedestrians pedestriansasaswell wellasaslocal local animals animals and and insects. insects.

Hydro Farm 水植農場(無土種植) Neighbourhood Farm 社區農場 Flower Garden 花田 Sports Fields 運動場地 URBAN 城市

Open Performance

Water-way水道 Bridge Cafe 橋上咖啡 Water Tower 水塔 Food Street 小吃街 Bicycle Lane 單車徑 Sculpture Lawn 雕塑草坪 Activity Avenue 休閑大道

露天表演場地

NATURE 自然 WATER 水體


core

門戶塔樓 門戶廣場 鄰裏公園 門戶酒店 多功能廣場 市民廣場 商業文娛中心 露天影院Taiwan Tower 臺灣塔 運動場地 公共草坪 小吃街 濕地公園 雕塑公園 辦公廣場 文化廣場 文化中心 臺灣塔 藝術街 古樹公園 遊客中心 辦公庭院 生態農場 科學公園 下遊公園 鄰裏通道 社區農場 教育大道

1

views

Observation Deck Level

core

High Level

entre Mid-Level

Symbolic 5 flower like leaf profiles gradually become larger as they rise and blossom at the top where the observation space are located to maximise the views.

4

Vertical farming and gardens with trees are incorporated into the Observation space so that the visitors find themselves in gardens and Arboretums in the sky as they come out of the lift.

Lower Level

5

ECO RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

core

Level G

GATEWAY DISTRICT

3

Like the design of the Water Tower, the design of the Taiwan Tower again aspired to the City tree of Astonia Scholaris.

core

2

3

core

7

6

entrances

a

b c

d

8

25

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Innovation R&D District area has series of semi-public parks for staff recreation and outdoor corporate events.

f

a: Viewing Platform 觀景臺, b: Gallery 畫廊, c: Vertical Farming 垂直農場, d: Entrance Foyer 入口大堂, e: Retail / Amenity 商業/ 設施, f: Basement Car Park 地下停車場

Vehicular Access 車行出入口

Vehicular Drop-off 車輛上下客處

9

Service Access 服務出入口

Again also there are series of neighbourhood farm in the area, but using more sophisticated faming technology such as hydro farming and eco-farming to reflect the R&D nature of the development.

10

Movie City 電影城 + Convention Centre 會展中心 Movie City =+ 電影城 Business Entertainment Convention Centre Centre 會展中心 商業文娛中心 = Business Entertainment Centre 商業文娛中心

core

24

views

11 9

Observation Deck Level core

High Level

Gateway District

core

Cultural and Business District area has the Taichung Cultural Centre and many Taiwan Tower 臺灣塔 art and sports related programme integrated into the landscape such as sports Like the design of the Water Tower, the design of the Taiwan Tower again aspired to the City tree of Astonia Scholaris. fields, Sculpture Park, Art Street and Outdoor Cinema. Mid-Level

core

9

EcoResidential District

Symbolic 5 flower like leaf profiles gradually become larger as they rise and blossom at the top where the observation space are located to maximise the views.

Vertical farming and gardens with trees are incorporated into the Observation There are also series of neighbourhood farms where residents are encourage to space so that the visitors find themselves in gardens and Arboretums in the sky as they come out of the lift. take a part in production or local produce and vegetable which can be sold and consumed in the Food Street area.

11

26 Cultural Business District

Lower Level

core

Level G

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

entrances a b c

d e

小吃街 濕地公園 雕塑公園 辦公庭院 文化廣場 文化中心 臺灣塔 辦公廣場

Food Street Wetland Park Sulpture Park Office Park Culture Plaza Culture Centre Taiwan Tower Office Plaza

R&D District

12 R&D District

13 21

f

a: Viewing Platform 觀景臺, b: Gallery 畫廊, c: Vertical Farming 垂直農場, d: Entrance Foyer 入口大堂, e: Retail / Amenity 商業/ 設施, f: Basement Car Park 地下停車場

Vehicular Access 車行出入口

Vehicular Drop-off 車輛上下客處

Cultural Business District 商業文化中心:

Service Access 服務出入口

CULTURAL BUSINESS DISTRICT

INNOVATION R&D DISTRICT 14

16

15

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500m

b c

Master Layout Plan

d e

f

g

Solar Panel on the roof powers the Landscape Water Feature and water circulation system. 屋頂的太陽能板為水景和水循環系統提供能源

a: Solar Panel Roof 屋頂太陽能板, b: Taichung City Museum 臺中市博物館, c: Taichung City Library 臺中市圖書館, d: Taichung city Fine Art Museum 臺中市美術館, e: Administration Building 管理中心, f: Landscape Water Feature 水景, g: Basement Car-Park 地下停車場

Vehicular Access 車行出入口

Vehicular Drop-off 車輛上下客處

Service Access 服務出入口

a

b

c

a

db e a: Convention Centre, b: Movie City, c: Multi-Function Halls, d: Out-door cinema c (existing water feature), e: Basement Car-Park

Vehicular Access

Vehicular Drop-off

Service Access

d e a: Convention Centre, b: Movie City, c: Multi-Function Halls, d: Out-door cinema (existing water feature), e: Basement Car-Park

Vehicular Access

Vehicular Drop-off

Service Access


. Project: Redevelopment of a waterfront city . Location: Mikkeli, Finland . Duration: 4 months (2012) . Description: Diploma project for master of landscape architecture in AHO - Critical rethink on competition requirements given by the municipality. Tasks include comprehensive urban study, waterfront recreation development, remediation for pollutants and environmental strategies.

[Problem] The Finnish city of Mikkeli is calling for a design proposal for city expansion. The planned area for development is ambitious in size, considering current demographic trends. According to the population forecast in 2003, Mikkeli was expected to shrink steadily. Until 2012, the city has managed to maintain its population. Does it, however, mean that the planned city expansion is realistic? [Role of Design] Mikkeli is struggling with challenges of an aging population, losing young and educated inhabitants; with contaminated soils from its industrial past and with the need for infrastructure transformation. In the battle against the fate of shrinking, it is crucial to tackle the fundamental problems and design for steady growth. This diploma proposes a spatial concept for increasing the attractiveness of Mikkeli as a carrier of sensible growth.

event space

10km

water treatment canal

A X I S

W A T E R

O P E N S P A C E S

G R E E N S T R U C T U R E

[city structure]

city wedge

[changes in shoreline]

wetland

[infrastructure]

2000 KM

100 KM

3.5 HOUR TO HELSINKI

10 KM

3 KM

networks rank1 highway

networks rank1 railway

networks rank2 main roads

networks rank3 secondary roads

green structure

green area use

public space

visual connection

1860

1950

1960

1,5 KM

networks rank4 pedestrian and bicycle

landmarks

2012


phase 1

[the key issues and solutions]

1

Vegetation on the edge of water canal

phase 3 INTRODUCING Reconnecting existing soft edge Water treatment botanical garden

Formation of wetland

vegetation

structure

Selective conservation of exisiting structures

Demolition of existing buildings

Redirecting bridges

Pedestrian bridge Introducing new functions

Transformation of existing buildings

[the structure]

unused railway tracks - reconnect city to water

Reshaping of existing hill

landform

flyover filled up lake , block flow of water - pillars - allow waterflow underneath

[the water]

water

activities flyover closed up parts of the lakes - affect water quality

4

TRANSFORMING

mixture heavy metal

massive abandoned industrial buildings - transformed to adaptive use

3

phase 2

Phytoremediaation of pure heavy metals and PAH contaminated field

[the pollutants] PAH

2

CLEANING

[the edges]

Landform armature of extended wetland

Construction of water canal

Construction of wetland treatment system

Construction of water treatment canal with connecting swales

Opening up waterfront for pedestrian Phytoremediation park

Railroad transformed for bicycle paths Bird watching

Formation of artificial hill

Connecting wetland to the lake

Upgrading central waterfront event space

Railway museum

Connecting canal to the Rokkalanjoki Potential river connection to the city storm water system

Urban beach Waterfront Landmark science centre

Waterfront deck and sauna house

Recreational areas

Botanical garden


Section through PAH remediation field Deep root vegetation (0-4m)

Section (BB)through heavy metal remediation field Shallow root vegetation (1.5m)


remediation field (heavy metals)

Base of demolished buildings

pine

existing hill

Betula

jogging path recreation

remediation field (mixed pollutants) remediation field (PAH)

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[remediation and recreation]

popolus

Exisiting connection to the city bird watching house

Pedestrian walk and sitting

event space

City wedge

cultural event space railway museum

wat er tr e can atmen al t

Bicycle lane sceening installation

sceening installation wet la

Pedestrian walk and sitting

nd

sceening grass carpet/ bicycle installation sitting out

[railroad park]

Bicycle lane

shop

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men

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[city wedge]

[wetalnd zone]

railway in use

w treatater m cana ent l

pedestrian walk

water treatment canal pedestrian walk

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Buildings efficient planning sustainable development

Community centres -public buildings around the T-bane stations

Clusters of communities

. Project: Emergence Urban Territories . in Oslo Kommune . Duration: 3months (2011) . Description: Urban landscape studio on strategic approach for expansion of Oslo City .systemetic connections of existing recreation and infrastructure as spline for development

More Green space gained from densification

connection to exiting city bike system

connection

geomapping


to create inter-floor connecting staircase.

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d Pre-qualification Submission for Design and Construction of Yau Ma Tei Specialist Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Contract No. SS T332 Pre-qualification Submission for Design and Construction of Yau Ma Tei Specialist Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Contract No. SS T332

B

STAGE 2

+

B

MARKING

Pre-qualification Submission for Design and Construction of Yau Ma Tei Specialist Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Pre-qualification Submission for Design and Construction of Yau Ma Tei Specialist Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Contract No. SS T332

Contract No. SS T332

B Green Space

STAGE 2

B

MARKING STAGE

2

MARKING 3.8.2.3

3.5.7

MARKING

+

+

=

3.7 Architectural Design Concept 3.7.1

Functionality and approach to clinical planning

Design Objectives

The main objectives of the design of the new Specialist Clinic Building are as follows: •

Health Facilities

STAGE 2

To be energy efficient and environmental friendly. Provision for extensive use of renewable energy which is harmonious with overall design;

Service Access

The Design Team has assumed that the Stacking Diagram for the Specialist Clinic will maintain the clinician’s

Document Transfer

3.7.4serveTypical and Planning 2 nos. dumb waiters Level 2 toFloor Level 9Design to facilitate document transfer between the

To make use of green features and natural lighting, such as atrium and healing garden, to

Section B.4.2(f) / Page 68 of 213

proposed arrangement. However, the building massing and each clinic organisation arethe subject change enhance specialto quality;

medical record store at Level 2 and other departments in upper floors.

and improvement byis the Design Team. In public this section The atrium, where the healing garden is located, situated right next to the lift

Refuse and Soiled Linen Collection

we are proposing different arrangements forand awareness of surrounding influences; • functional To show environmental concern

lobby for easy andonstrong sense arrival Refuse and soiled linen collection pointsaccess are provided every floors to of ensure the medical waste are and isolated. • well-treated The outdoor healing

to the floor. • inToPoint consider the environmental impact of the development and impact during the each clinic which could work for each of the two core arrangements proposed 1 above.

garden provides an ideal place for rehabilitation and relaxation at

building’s lifetime operation, such as selecting materials with ranking an overall rating “A”

the same time allows natural ventilation for the lift lobby. The garden takes a different

in the Green Guide and “Good” in the Environmental Resource Guide, to achieve

The refuse collection vehicle parking is located near the internal access road for easy loading/ unloading.

form at each level to allow gigantic view to the external green field and visual

Ideally, insideand each clinical department, connection between floors for way-finding social interaction.

Goods Loading & Unloading

sustainable construction. there should be segregation of different areas within the •

connection and appearance;

occupied by the atrium and healing garden without elongating towards grid 11. Vista to

Pre-qualification Submission for Design and Construction of Yau Ma Tei Specialist Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

STAGE 2

the green field from block R is largely maintained.

ways, dependant on the Clinical Lifts location (The uses/areas shown in the drawings zone; are estimated, at this

The locations on top of the protruded areas become a planting periphery of the building

Double height sky gardens are crafted out at the south façade which provide semi-public

MARKING

stage, until the which achieves a therapeutic landscape.

3.7.6 Interior Design space Landscape integration with interior design

Employer’s Requirements are issued):

To promote staff efficiency by minimizing distance of necessary travel between frequently

Pre-qualification Submission for Design and Construction of Yau Ma Tei Specialist Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital used space;

Contract No. SS T332

for staff relaxation and opportunity to install interconnecting staircases between

floors.

B

To promote design flexibility and adaptability by modular concepts of space planning

and public layout, easily modified and electrical systems, flexible structural system. Option 1: Segregation public/private following an east-west axis. In this option, the areas are tomechanical the STAGE 2 MARKING

To dispel clinical atmosphere, create light airy, welcoming, calm and tranquility environment by the integration of architectural and design. Extended use of elements aregrid for • landscape The servicing lift core is landscape shifted towards 11 compared providing strong physical and visual linkage between inside and outside spaces. Use of interior planting would merge inside and outside and towith bring the natural and travel stress relieving element for onto fire escape. comply minimum distance the patient’s areas and establish the welcoming and comfort feeling for the overall unity.

with the indicative plan so as to

To promote cleanliness and sanitation by selecting appropriate, durable finishes for each

To provide therapeutic, yet friendly environment by using familiar and non-institutional

south of the floor plate and more private (or staff) areas are located to the north. Separate Pre-qualification Submission for entrances to the functional space and proper detailing to avoid dirt-catching joints; Design and Construction of Yau Maprovided). Tei Specialist • The typical floor plan is department carefully studiedcould and is considered flexible forstaff clinical planning be provided for + services and public (as illustrated with the two arrows In Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital The vertical garden feature wall could be introduced as the landmarks or icon to help way-finding and also as and enhancement of the landscape integration scheme. configuration.

Circulation Spaces

Services Space

e ubmission for uction of Yau Ma Tei Specialist Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

No. working SSmaterials T332 No. SS T332 this arrangement, best views and orientation are providedContract forContract public and staff in with the cheerful clinic. and varied colors and textures; Pre-qualification Submission for Design and Construction of Yau Ma Tei Specialist Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

B

specialist clinic at Queen elizabeth hospital

of

MARKING

B

Pre-qualification Submission for Design and Construction of Yau Ma Tei Specialist Clinic at Queen Elizabeth be recognized and found easily by a welcoming and clearHospital image;

To

To provide good and integrated building services design in terms of flexibility, quality and

STAGE 2

MARKING

B STAGE 2 MARKING to the west, near the Healing Garden and Public Lifts whilst the private areas are considered to be the •

Compliance with Buildings Ordinance and all relevant Statutory Regulations.

treatment and support areas, which remain at the east of the floor plate. In this arrangement, same

Pre-qualification Submission for

Architectural Vertical Garden

clinic, as the previous Special means to achieve the healing landscape for these more intimate spaces p r o p o sDesign a and l Construction f o r of Yau h MaoTeisSpecialist p i Clinic t aat Queen l eElizabeth x tprinciples e n sofiorientation o n and views are applied to public and staff working in the Hospital include the following: option. In this option, public and clinic movements approach the9.14 department fromDrawings opposite sides (refer to Perspective

Contract No. SS T332

black arrows for entrance points).

B

Exterior and Roof Garden

Section B.4.2(f) / Page 57 of 213

on for Carprak

el window will be provided at all side of the carpark walls fro cross ventilation.

Option 2

Contract No. SS T332

Extended use of the Interior materials or feature to the exterior or the exterior materials or feature to the interior the other way rounded, in order to create the strong physical and visual linkage between the inside and outside space. The landscape feature would be one of the essential elements, the others could be the floor, wall and ceiling finishes application, especially where the interior and exterior linked areas, such as entrance, courtyard, roof garden if there is any. The design intends response to diver the patients’ flow and help the way-finding refinement. The same treatments would be specified “Inside Out, Outside In” for achieving the uniform design principal, linking up the spaces which are also serving conceptual and practical need, such as the durable granite floor to be used for both inside and outside where the entrance is, which could serve to deliver the concepts and comply the maintenance requirement at the same time.

B.4.2(f) / Page 56 of 213 maintenance; Option 2: Segregation public/private following a Section north-south axis. In this option, the public areas are located

STAGE 2 MARKING . Project: Extension for Ventilation Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong tilation . Duration: 2months posed building block set back from the (2009) east boundary for ventilation through site and e the wall effect at the access road. . Description: Tender Proposal . Office: Andrew Lee King Fun on for Internal&Space Schematic Section Associates Architects Ltd in um created by healing garden enhance the natural ventilation at the common lift lobby. association with of natural ventilation could minimize the use of A/C loading of the building and thus Ken Yeang Architect

running costs.

STAGE 2

Design linkage between Inside / outside area

SS T332

e n d e r 2 t MARKING

Option 1

support areas (private). The two following arrangements segregate public and private areas in two different • To provide a physical secure environment for both patient and staff by defining restricted

Contract No. SS T332

B

To incorporate the new building into the QEH compound by means of physical

functional areas to compensate the areas department allowing for a gradation from public entrance and waiting areas (public areas) to staff and

• loading/ The façade protrudes provide A MGV/LGV goods unloading bay is providedoutwards at carpark atto Level 0.

Pre-qualification Submission for Design and Construction of Yau Ma Tei Specialist Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Contract No. SS T332

B

STAGE 2

MARKING

3.7.6 Interior Design Landscape integration with interior design To dispel clinical atmosphere, create light airy, welcoming, calm and tranquility environment by the integration of architectural and landscape design. Extended use of landscape elements are for providing strong physical and visual linkage between inside and outside spaces. Use of interior planting would merge inside and outside and to bring the natural and stress relieving element onto the patient’s areas and establish the welcoming and comfort feeling for the overall unity. The vertical garden feature wall could be introduced as the landmarks or icon to help way-finding and also as and enhancement of the landscape integration scheme.

Interior Vertical Garden

Section B.4.2(f) / Page 73 of 213

In and Out Materials Application

Barrier Free Design Section B.4.2(f) / Page - All planters and benches should be sized and positioned to accommodate multiple patients; - Raised planters, hard paving and barrier free access shall allow users with physical impairment to equitably enjoy the garden; - Garden design to beB.4.2(f) simple and clear 70 andof in 213 line with the way-finding design in Section / Page terms of the choice of colour for both hard landscape materials and plants for Architectural Vertical Garden different levels. In case covered areas not favorable for flowering species, Special means to achieve the healing landscape for these more intimate spaces species with coloured to be selected. (ii) Podium Garden include foliage the following: The podium gardens serve to provide the key passive recreational open spaces for Sensory Garden the use of both the patients and staff. With the link bridges connected to adjacent Barriercharacter Free Design - To create different for gardens at different level including a range of areas, it facilitates the use of these open spaces by staffs from other buildings of the Section B.4.2(f) / Page 74 of 213 - All planters benches should betaste, sizedhearing, and positioned to accommodate plants for stimulating patients’ and different senses, tactile, visual and hospital. With the larger scale of space, these gardens shall also serves for other smell, in order to achieve therapeutic benefits; multiplevarious patients; healing functions: Exterior and Roof Garden - To emphasize on colour contrast, rich texture and fragrant; - variety, Raised planters, hard paving and barrier free access shall allow users with physical - Different design focus to be proposed forenjoy different floors to create a variety of impairment to equitably the garden; Section Pageand92 of 213 MeditationB.4.2(f) Garden for/Patients Staff interest. - Garden design to be simple and clear and in line with the way-finding design -in Provide a place for both patients and staff to enjoy their time to connect with terms of the choice of colour for both hard landscape materials and plants for nature, experience serenity, reduce in stress and fully relax; different levels. In case covered areas not favorable for flowering species, - Users can relieve from illness and escape from heavy workload in an outdoor species with coloured foliage to be selected. (ii) Podium Garden setting; - Landscape design emphasizes on simplicity, serenity and comfort; The podium gardens serve to provide the key passive recreational open spaces for Sensory Garden - Benefit to thethe mind emotion throughand planting pale and soft useand of both the patients staff. flowers With thewith link bridges connected to adjacent - To create different character for gardens at different level including a range of colour. areas, it facilitates the use of these open spaces by staffs from other buildings of the plants for stimulating patients’ different senses, tactile, taste, hearing, visual and hospital. With the larger scale of space, these gardens shall also serves for other smell, in order to achieve various therapeutic benefits; Outdoor Activity Area e.g.functions: Horticultural Therapy Activity and Outdoor Exercise healing - To emphasize on variety, colour contrast, rich texture and fragrant; - Providing wide range of facilities such as outdoor waiting areas, gathering areas, - Different design focus to be proposed for different floors to create a variety of shade areas, exercise areas, firm for and movable Meditation Garden Patients and tables Staff and chairs and vertical interest. planters; - Provide a place for both patients and staff to enjoy their time to connect with nature, experience serenity, reduce in stress and fully relax; - Users can relieve from illness and escape from heavy workload in an outdoor Section B.4.2(f) / Page 101 of 213 setting; - Landscape design emphasizes on simplicity, serenity and comfort; - Benefit to the mind and emotion through planting flowers with pale and soft colour. Outdoor Activity Area e.g. Horticultural Therapy Activity and Outdoor Exercise - Providing wide range of facilities such as outdoor waiting areas, gathering areas, shade areas, exercise areas, firm and movable tables and chairs and vertical planters;

Section B.4.2(f) / Page 101 of 213

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we..... not only see...... we also feel.....we touch....we smell....we taste but o ur se nse o f visio n usua lly d o mina te s o ur pe r ce ptio n, we use to j udge b y th e a ppe a r a nce . P r o ducts lo o k go o d a r e a lwa ys mo r e we lco me d th a n th o se f unctio n we ll. S o a s a r ch ite ctur e ? Do visua lly ¨e xciting¨ buildings me a n go o d a r ch ite ctur e ? Our visually predominating make us ¨forget¨ other means of experience. Try to open our ¨eyes¨,

we SEE... three boxes....?!?

m a s t e r t h e s is

there are more than we SEE!

. Project: Solbacka Adcademy . in Sunne, Sweden . Duration: 6months (2009) . Description: Master Dissertation. Studied multi-sensorial design, universal design and human cognition of spatial experience . Implementation of concept to realistic project . Corporation with end-users (blinds) and clients

S pace f or a l l S e nse s. .. S o lbacka aca dem y


water

water

vibration activities voice/sound

water

vibration

vibration

activities voice/sound

water

water vibration

plants

food

pool Route tactile

Dynamic landmark / sound &movement activities, movement of people ,water movement, echoes can be refered as spatial reference

tactile- change of materials

Smell smell from the green belts act as guide for paths smells from green house, restaurant and swimming pool as spatial reference

water

It´s more than we see! To experience from another perspective!

Multi-sensory experience

flow of water flow of movement green belt (scent belt)

Three ´boxes´ rotated and interlocking, sitting on the landscape

SMALL ROOMS

water connect the three boxes, running from the top to the bottom

central communication space, dynamic and filled with activities

flow of water interact with the flow of people, multi-sensorial experience of ROUTE

the belt run through the building, outdoor and indoor, guides visitors and links up the building and nature.

green belts and water belts enrich multilayers of sensorial experience, and give guides and features for the different functions of the building.

+ARRANGE IN GROUPS

metal plate wooden bars concrete slab

+ CUTTING OUT SHARP

stops

path

path

vibration

floor section 1:150

=CENTRAL +arrange in cluster + SITTING OUT SPACE (OPEN)

possible arrangement of floor plans

combination of big volumes, sitting out space, SMALL ROOMS and organic flow of communication+contact with surroundigs

Echoes Reflection of sound varies in different volumes, we have idea about a volume (eg. floor height, width) by listening the echoes.

different materials...... in Solbacka Academy

we hear.......

we feel.......

=CENTRAL COMMUNICATION SPACE + ORGANIC FLOW OF CIRCULA-

water, echoes,activities....

we smell.......

vibrations,warmth,materials....

scents,food,plants,materials....


public service

main entrance

bookshop/newspapers

ram

wc

pd

ow n

storage

flower shop

cloakroom

lift

backstage

church entrance wc toilette/changing room

cafeteria

storage

prepairing room

staff room

wc

changing room

wc

vizualization

0. level

adapt. room

corridor

tech. room

video room

wc

activity/internet room

foyer foyer

staff room

box 1

box 2

storage adapt. room

vizualization/foyer

vizualization/entrance

. Project: Multi-sensorial city and information centre .for city of Gehnt, Belgium . Duration: 2weeks (2008) . Description: Joint schools 2week workshop to study universal design and incorporate multi-sensory approach into urban design and buildings.

-1. level

public service bookshop/newspapers

wc

storage

flower shop

cloakroom

lift

backstage

church entrance wc cafeteria

toilette/changing room storage

prepairing room

staff room

wc

wc

changing room

materials

De s i gn in g i n th e Dark

0. level section

fleece-grass

plastic paper-water

bicycle line-sticky plastic paper

cork-furniture

textile-grass

translucent plastic -water

wood-zebra crossing rubber-dotes

frosted glass background

organic material -tree

copper wire-tram line

corrugated paper -guideline plastic tube -traffic light plastic panelBraille

iron gridding -pavement paper or 1cm polystyren-building


t h e A r chitecture of H ospitals H osp i tals are amon g the most fasc inating buildings ever c o ncei v e. The hav e a direc t impac t on the people who use t hem , whether they are patients,visitors,or medical staff.

patient common area

doctor´s office

H osp i tals alw ays give people a feeling of “sickness”. Sc a r y, borin g, an d strangely smelled ….. are common impr essi on s for hospitals. In r ea l i t y, en v iron mental and soc ial fac tors are as import a nt a s the health ser vic e itself in hospital. Nice healing e nvi ron men ts together with soc ial ac tivities are proved t o i mp r ov e the healing proc ess.

nurse station

head nurse´s office

staff meeting

The r ev olution of hospital arc hitec ture is a trend in the 2 1th cen tur y .

patient room

Common Balcony for patients

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H u ddi n g K A ROLINSK A Hea r t C linic Extension

. Project: Extension for Karolinska Hospital . in Stockeholm, Sweden . Duration: 3months (2008) . Description: Design project of Hospital Architecture Studio

C O N C E P T to create a pleasant healing environments together with social activities for patients to improve the healing progress. The new heart clinic is divided into two main parts – the Out Patient Department and Night Patient Department. The two parts are connected by the central circulation hallway, a space with a ceiling height of 30m and the incorporation of the exisiting natural landscape in the area, the glass wall on both sides allows sufficient sunlight penetration into the area. Inside this circulation hallway, there are shops scattered along the whole space, an art gallery and a small library for the patients and visitor.

services boxes (desinfection room,monitor room,strorage) are arranges in the central axis, to be easily reached by everyone

the services boxes have lower ceiling to let more light penetrating trough the space


The Buildings steps Skanstorget

Sketch in the Process

The Zones for Flats

The Public zones

The Rock

red - ordinary flat yellow - special flats

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The Wintergardens

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Lukasz Swiniarski Kit Ting Karie Yu David Kemmler

Realisation A key problem of the ground floor is, that we have little groundspace. This is due to the adjacient build environment, the particular shape of our building and aswell the idea of not disturbing the nature/the rock to much.

The stairs leading to onto the first level are representative, can be used for sitting and are in dialoque with the rock.

Potentials of the hill slopes

tions, needsLinnéplatsen- densifying the city and exploring central and ach building, hard valuable land - interesting buildings in levels, use, ing? connections Wavrinskyplatsen CHALMERS UNIVERSITY ape for making - chance to develop new connections/ Lukasz Swiniarski Kit Ting Karie Yu infrastructure in the city e in Göteborg David Kemmler - chance to create new high quality urban space green areas (terraces..) Concept Potentials of the hill slopes - Göteborg is built on very hilly lands and is - densifying the city and exploring central into private Building types on Slopes

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Final Sketch

Therefore we decided to leave the floor open and to be supported by a light and interesting steel structure carring a terrace.

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Stenhoppa means “Rock Jumper”,it connects the city life of the top and the bottom of the rock

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and valuable land

- Those rocks have been un-explored. Since until now no fitting solution was found to solve the difficulties within reasonable costs.

- interesting buildings in levels, use and connections

The idea is adjustable no matter how the rock is shaped

The lighting will be designed in the further process. They are essential for establishing a secure square even in nighttime. The building and the stairs carry lot of potential for a interesting light settings. On the terrace we invite Pressbyran to have a shop for enhancing a constant costumer flow.

- chance to develop new connections/ infrastructure in the city - in order to densify the city further, we consider it essential to tap the full potential - chance to create new high quality urban of those “forgotten lands” space eg.terraces - We want to investigate and design solutions how to establish housing, interesting urban spaces ,city connections and other uses for these hill slopes

Difficulties of the hill slopes - hard conditions for foundations, needs specialised solutions for each building - high costs - destruction of the hills natural shape and recreational green areas

Building types on slope

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The building is a living machine which connect different parts of city and supplies the users with facilities

paper size A1, Housing Invensions, April 2008

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Housing Invention

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-change of nice public ground into private ground

. Project: Rethinking of Housing Architecture and the urban context .in Göteborg,Sweden . Duration: 3months (2008) . Description: Design project of Housing Invention Studio

explore fogotten space in Göteborg

Diagram showing the spatial arrangement of spaces. Entrances of houses are facing the slope, so the private areas that enjoy the best view would not be disturbed by pedestrian.

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Multi-purpose Storage Restaurant communication WC 6.4 m² PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT 121.3 PRODUCT m² 200.6 m² 2.7 m²

Coffee Bar 143.1 m²

Restaurant kitchen 52.6 m²

Staff Room 9.4 m²

Gallery 16.2 m² Gallery 16.2 m²

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Bathroom 6.5 m² Bathroom 6.5 m² Bathroom 6.5 m²

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#2 Bedroom 12.5 m² Common area 38.4 m² Common area 38.4 m²

Bedroom 2 16.7 m² Small Bathroom 3.2 m² Small Bathroom 3.2 m²

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Bedroom 14.2 m² Bedroom 14.2 m²

Guest/Work 7.9 m² Guest/Work 7.9 m²

Floor Plan 8/F & 11/F 1:100 Bedroom 14.2 m²

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Comon area 38.6 m² Comon area 38.6 m²

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Transparency The building is enveloped by transparent glass, the walls next to corridors are covered by translucent panels.

Common Corridor with triple storey volume as vertical village, encourage social life

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Shop Space 43.5 m² Shop Space 43.5 m² Shop Space 43.5 m²

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Apartment Private Winter Garden

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Diagram showing the relationship of spaces. Elevator as the “ spine“, connecting different spaces

Göteborg is built on very hilly lands and is full of rocky slopes. Those rocks have been un-explored. Since until now no fitting solution was found to solve the difficulties within reasonable costs. In order to densify the city further, it is essential to tap the full potential of those “forgotten lands” It was inspired to investigate and design solutions how to establish housing, interesting urban spaces ,city connections and other uses for these hill slopes


houses 5 types of houses suit different needs

function rooms and indoor plaza provide spaces for social enchange organic form allow free movement of people esp. wheel chairs green roof provide outdoor exercise space

SUB-COMMUNITY

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Senior housing is not only physical shelter for elderly, but most importantly a HOME for them to live physically and mentally healthily. Organic is a style and an attitude of living. It is to live lively, healthily and in a sustainable way. In the senior housing project, living organic is the main idea based on to develop the design. Living organic is archieved by inserting diversity and energy to the housing area for living lively; creating chances to do exercises and meeting points for living healthily both physically and mentally; and introducing some management strategies for living sustainably. It could not only be applied to senior housing but also everyday life.

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COMMUNITY houses are arranged in communities, elderly live with neighbours as family commbination of polygonal shaped houses gives sense of enclosure

P ublic space

. Project: Senior Housing Community . in Gรถteborg,Sweden . Duration: 4months (2009) . Description: Design project of Health Care Studio


. Project: Museum of Hong Kong Culture . in Hong Kong . Duration: 4months (2007) . Description: final year design project for undergrad in HKU


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. Project: Interior design for a Japanese Restaurant (completion in 2009) . in Macau . Duration: 3 months (2008) . Description: Concept and layout design; presentation drawings . Office: Lu Tang Lai Architects Ltd, H.K


. Project: Spotcity, urban art space design for central Gothenburg . Office: OlssonLyckefors Arkitekter, Sweden

. Project: Interior design,NN07 . Duration: 3 months (2008) . Description: involved in developing a retail concept for NN07, a new danish fashion design brand. The concept will be implemented throughout Scandinavia . Office: OlssonLyckefors Arkitekter, Sweden

. Project: Research by design . Duration: 1month(2008) . Description: workshops, deal with ways of generating knowledge in design research and design practice.


. Project: Reading Space . One to one construction . Duration: 3 weeks (2004) . Description: Concept design, detail drawings, construction

Project: East Asian Game Schematic Design Competition . Duration: 3weeks (2007) . Description: Design competition for schematic concept for venues and urban spaces for HK EAG hosting . Office: WCWP International Ltd. HK.


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