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L I VI NG ROOM O F C I T Y C ULT UR E

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Kashgar Uyghur Culture Exhibition Hall Design Kashgar, Xinjiang, PR China

2010

RECONCILIATION BETWEEN OLD AND NEW

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Kashgar Mediatheque Design Kashgar, Xinjiang, PR China

2010

SOFTEN

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RIGIDNESS

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E N E R G Y

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Suzhou Gymnasium Design Suzhou, Jiangsu, PR China

2012

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Chengdu Smart City Prototype Design Chengdu, Sichuan, PR China (Designed in Berlin, Germany)

2011

C ONNE C T I VI T Y O F OC TO P U S

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2011

C O M M E M O R AT I N G I N C R A C K

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Urban Design of Shanghai Yangpu District, North Sichaun Road & Wujin Road Area Yangpu District, Shanghai, PR China

Architectural Design of BeiChuan Earthquake Memorial Beichuan Qiang Autonomous County, Mianyang, Sichuan

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Urban Research & Design promoted by "48 Hours Neukรถlln" Karl-Marx-StraรŸe, Neukรถlln, Berlin, Germany

2011

I DE A L U R B A N S PAC E I N R E A L I T Y

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Urban space research of LingGang New City Pudong new area, Shanghai, China

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Living Room of City Culture Kashgar Uyghur Culture Exhibition Hall Design Kashgar, Xinjiang, PR China

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LIVING ROOM OF CITY CULTURE _Kashgar Uyghur Culture Exhibition Hall Conceptual Design _Studio Work, Independently, Summer 2008 _Tutor: KONG yuhang, GAO dehong _Selected Works of the 2008 Revit Cup National Design Competition of Architecure Students Kashgar, the most uyghur culture concentrated city in west Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomy Region of China, has a old town where traditional vernacular settlements based on the one hand, and surrounding newly developed modern urban structure on the other hand. Both of which are harmoniously exsiting here, however, rapid modernization and urbanization are gnawing the silence of old structure, the historic value of the city is being passed away due to the demolishing of old house. To achieve the goal of pretecting the history culture and preserving traditional vernacular architecture, by applying the guiding theory of architectual topolgy, based on the site investigation of conservation level of old house, the project is in an attempt to preserve a unit of residence, upgraded with high tech and new material, and ultimately, reinterpreted in terms of exhibition hall. Somehow, protecting the physical value, and Inherit the Kashgar culture at the same time. Furthermore, the contribution of this project can be considered as a single magnetic spot, which has the potential to drive the resuscitation of whole city by uniformly distributing at different parts of the city.

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Orientation

City develops with the Id Kah Mosque as a center

With the establishment of the Political Institution, the city horizontally expends itself with new appearance of residential area.

When the expansion of the city grows at a certain level due to the limitation such as governance and geography, the wall is set up to conveniently manage the city and defense enemies.

Urban Texture Single House

Vertical growth:When the lanes no longer be able to held the family's homes, they began to extend to high-altitude, form-ing soil buildings. When some people build the second floor.

Juxtaposition

Vertical Growing

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Semi-Bridge Gallery

Sub-Vertical Growing

Sub-Juxtaposition

Bridge Gallery

Triple Houses

Sub-Triple Houses


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100 years 200 years > 200 years The age of the building Construction of the building due to the age and the lack of protection, damaging largely and should not be used.any more. And new construction has the in-situ expression of intention

Low-Grade Demage Midium-Grade Demage High-Grade Demage

Structure dismantling the fragile structures with the possibility of collapse

The above chart of structure, age, area of the the existing Gaotai residential areas shows the findings of analysis and the main land targets In the Old City Reconstruction Project and planning of roads around the site. From Kaxgar’s longterm planning for the historic sites refining to the site around specific street environment, we have taken full accounts of various factors.

1 Storey More than 1 Storey Height of the building Removing lowrise buildings and the new construction of high-rise buildings with the original impression

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Semi-enclosed roof space

Semi- underground space with the advantage that warm in winter and cool in summer, making full use of underground space.

Endothermic wall or underground channels, will sent cold air into the interior

Double-ventilated roof,whose heat absorption is 3 times more than southern wall’s.

Thick and Rough Shapes

Summer space Winter space hot air Stone as an interior surface Wood as an interior surface

Eco-Technology

Introversive Space High Narrow Courtyard

Shadow of outdoor space

Accessible but Indirect L a n e s p a c e

Less window aperture on external wall avoiding the cold and strong wind

Thick construction walls as natutral air isolation

Centralized Spatial Distribution

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Undergound Water System as Adjustable Micro- Climate

Compact Urban Fabric


TYPE A

Architecure Area: 456 m 2 Useable Floor Area: 314 m2 Family Members: 11 person B u i l t Ye a r : 1 9 4 5

TYPE B

Architecure Area: 96 m 2 Useable Floor Area: 67 m2 Family Members: 3 person B u i l t Ye a r : 1 8 8 8

Monomer Here specifically investigated two households of the Gaotai residential areas and made single models for analysis.

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Master Plan

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Topology

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Comprehensively scan the entire site, extract the scope of houses which is already relocated

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Analyzing and classifying the elements in different hierarchy

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Regenerating the ameliorative structure, insert it into the original surroundings

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Ensure that the new prototype will adapt to the site , motivate the whole site like magnet


Transformation

Open Space New Path

New Creation

Underground Space

Unit amelioration

Transition

Unit

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Amelioration

Inheritance & Development

Winter

Summer

Trees withered, sunlight radiation heating, ventilation holes send hot air from sunlight house, air in ground floor, as usual is sent into the indoor at air temperature, water heating collector provides the heat, the exchanged gases are vented by the ventilation shaft.

Window for natural ventilation summer,trees,rattan plants for shade, the vents open, natural wind comes indoors. After heat exchanging,the wind will be pulled out by the exhaust ventilation shaft Indoor air cooling down through the underground pipelines.The back wall has a very good insulation factor with the advantage of heat preservation in summer, heat insulation in winter.

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Roof Level Plan

+ 4.20 m

Ground Level Plan

+ 1.20 m

Undergruond Level Plan

- 2.80 m

General Section

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Motif

By the investigation of the plane layout and environmental organizations of Gaotai residential areas, we abstract them for several forms: point, a font,"L" shape,”田”shape, and infiltrate those forms as a typical motif into the new building.

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Reconciliation between Old and New Kashgar Mediatheque Design Kashgar, Xinjiang, PR China

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RECONCILIATION BETWEEN OLD AND NEW _Kashgar Mediatheque Conceptual Design _Studio Work,Independently, Summer 2010 _Tutor: KONG yuhang Kashgar is the center of Uyghur historic culture, the wave of globalization began to erode every part of this city. The process is out of control and unstable in a reason of the developer's awareness which pictured the entire surroundings. Therefore, here triggers a question: Does the architecture end up as a product of human relationships, or the interaction between human being and nature? Most of us have strong desire for nature, traveling where by our heart and soul, which is similar when experience a building. By facing such an exciting land, the task in front of us is how to create a remarkable but not overwhelming place, where everybody can easily be involved in, and their spirit is the main motivation to create materials, while the material reacts with the spirit. The entire area is formed by the subconscious of the nature and history, which is a perfect space for Inheriting the essential value. Instead of generating the parody, here demonstrates a strategy neither demolishing nor rebuilding, which highly emphasise to innovate a prototype apart from and become unique, let the history remain its value and the context continues its spirit, it’s all due to the main inhabitants of Kashgar are not tourists but aboriginal residents who are eager for the progress of the era like us.

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The orientation of Kashgar is in the northwest of PR China with the second largest desert close by

The desert is called Taklamakan with the area of 337,000 km2 in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region

In case of architecture design in historic city, fake antique is inevitable, however, which is not advocated.

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The wriggly texture of the desert and particular array can be an inspiration for conceptual design


Extract from the desert, we have several components: wriggly fabric, breaking up the whole into parts and organic structure.

Simplifying of which, the preliminary sketch is shaped, it contains the organic growing inferred from former processes.

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Sketch Model

Urban Grid

Extract the relevant elements of the site, preserve the original (ancient) urban fabric.

Estabilsh new access with indirect way, strenghten the incoporation between two area.

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Replaced with the new generated grid based on the current road structure.

Additinally, organize grand access from old town to the new compound.


Growing

Definition: Bound the area based on the required area and other indexes.

Lifting: The height of the new compound should follow the surrounding circumstance.

Introducing: Introduce the former generated grid to the formed area as a purpose of formalizing new shap.

Master Plan

Molding: Compress, raise and mold in order to achieve a pleasant place interacting the aboriginal residents and the visitors.

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The design initiated the ideal of "Break up the whole into parts", reduced the formal urban density, in stead, integrated the new urban public space into the architectural spatial structure by providing a platform for the interaction of the citizen and visitors. The new solution supplemented some essential function of modern city such as Theater, Library and Exhibition Hall, at the same time, implanted the original ethnic industries in terms of small ethnic retails and hand craft shops.

Through the front entrance of the Theater.

Back access to the Commercial Plaza.

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Ground Level Floor Plan

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The Entrance Hall of Theater

+ 5.50 m Level Floor Plan

Surrounding of Retail (Comercial) Area

+ 10.00 m Level Floor Plan

Considering of the exsitence as a modesty attitude in this environment, here promote the titanium alloy and glass as facade materials, interacting with surroundings by reflection and transmission.

Facade Materials

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- 3.80 m Level Floor Plan


Enrich the 5th facade by providing a shared space for the experience of residents and visitors.

Open space is currently translated at the ground level with different height, convenient access is created at the time.

Such accessibility compactly connected the north and south of the site, likewise, provided an opportunity to the residents by experiencing the whole building.

Small Enterprises Working Studio

Exhibition Hall

Public Library

Subsidiary Opera House

Beside the horizontal access, here settled several vertical accesses connected the activities through different levels.

Here illustrates the physical components, such as formation of wall, floor and structure of whole architectural design.

Main function of the new substance contains Public Library, Cultural Exhibition Hall and Theater. In addition, the original ethnic industries, such as handcraft and retails are plugging into this compound as well.

Section 1

Section 2

Elevation

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Soften the Rigidness Suzhou Gymnasium Conceptual Design Suzhou, Jiangsu, PR China


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SOFTEN THE RIGIDNESS _Suzhou Gymnasium Conceptual Design _Studio Work, Independently, Winter 2010 _Tutor: ZHANG yu Gymnasium consistently exists in urban structure with a spirit of rigidness, straightness and majesty. Meanwhile, unitary function and large scale can be the physical feature of it under modern circumstance. Regarding the rapid increasing of various social needs and aggravating urban load. Therefore, here impatiently demand available from larger scale public building and the gym is the best bellwether. We have to re-survey the design strategy of design. Site located in Suzhou, the most famous historic and biggest material resource and manufacturing city in China. Design concept here is derived from a popword “ 杭丝苏稠 (silk from Hangzhou and Suzhou)” which indicates the speciality of local-silk. Through what is discovering flexibility and how can it softens the rigid expression of gym in terms of remodeling the shape and rearranging the spatial structure. Gym is no longer a container of singer sports event rather than providing more possibilities to the urban actors’ social activities. In addition, there is more or less commercial value due to the maintenance. Flexibility is various and indefinite, here highlighted with a metaphor of demands based on the current social needs. The reconciliation of flexibility and rigidness is coupled with the interface between building and outdoor open space for actors from different levels equally experiences the environment.

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Through the ideal of “ 杭 丝 苏 稠 ”, extract the local language, soften the rigidness of the gymnasium architecture, humanize the majesty. The silk has been shaped randomly, then, the result became the motif of the design.

The orientation of sports architectural complex is relatively centralized. Among the stadium and natatorium, the approach emphasizes the spatial transition, sequence and identification.

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Orientation

Entire complex located in the west of old town, in front of which is an urban arterial road and residential area in south. In addition, there are green belt and hydrophilic platform between.

Master Plan

Architectural scale: Providing surroundings large outdoor evacuation square and existing as spatial transition.

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Urban scale: Supplement the environment in terms of serving more possibilities for citizens activities.

The more continue through the north to south, the m o r e s p a t i a l s u b d i v i d e d a n d e n r i c h e d . M o r e o v e r, the activity of actors became more various.

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+ 1.20 m Level Floor Plan

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- 3.00 m Level Floor Plan

+ 7.00 m Level Floor Plan

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Analyzing

Underground Transition Front Back

Outdoor Public Space

Parking Associated Hall Citizen Center Main Hall

Spatial Distribution

Stairs Bridge

External Accessibility

North Elevation

West Elevation

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Internal Accessibilty


Constructing Structure

Comparing with other structure modeling, spatial truss structure is more simple and continuous. Likewise, it is superior in stability and flexibility. Based on the concern of integrity of the whole building it is the best solution.

Section A

Section B

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TRAFFIC FLOW

heavy traďŹƒc area

existing road connections

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heavy traďŹƒc area

new road connections

Waste to Energy Chengdu Smart City Prototype Design Chengdu, Sichuan, PR China

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WASTE TO ENERGY _Chengdu Smart City Prototype Design _PJ 2 Project, Spring 2012, Colleagues: Violeta Burckhardt and Johanna Kleibl _Tutor: Prof. Raoul Bunschoten WASTE is an intelligent system that changes our conception of waste into something positive: Energy and valuable recycled materials. WASTE’s basic strategy is to recycle as much waste as possible and use all other waste materials to generate electrical energy. Besides improving energy efficiency and mitigating pollution, WasTE structures the 5th ring’s urban development by providing a development plan in 4 phases and adjusting the existing infrastructure to the system’s advantage. The distribution of different waste treatment facilities around Chengdu’s 5th ring creates flows from collection centers to incineration plants, biogas plants and recycling centers. Based on an analysis of of the intensity of three respective material flows around the ring, the road system is improved and sometimes newly created to direct waste materials efficiently towards their final destination.

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Prototype Diagram

RECYCLED ENERGY

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Bio Gas Glass

Waste Incineration

Metals Specialized Recycling Centers

Organ Waste

Data Cloud

Urban farming plants & animals

Research Institutions Private Enterprises Local Government

Computer Controlled Operations

Underground vacuum transportation system for garbage Ground transportation system for garbage

NODES

Agricultural productds

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Recycled soil from tunnel excavations

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Analysis of maximum distance from the collection center to all major waste management elements and spatial relationship between them.

Analysis of necessary elements for the correct functioning of each node and areas needed in order to increase the efficiency.

The plan shows the combination of the component analysis and the ideal node. The node is located in an already urbanized area with the necessary urban infrastructure.

Data concerning one main pipe system and the maximum spreading area.

Analysis of pipe systems and possible branching scenarios of infrastructure undergroud.

Sub-branching analysis and spatial distribution of inlet points

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The network created is based on the underground waste transport system and efficient accessibilty through the use of circular roads.

Creation of underground waste vaccuum system based on the 20 degree limitation, trying at the same t i m e t o m a x i m i z e t h e e f f i c i e n c y.

AIR EMISSIONS: Waste to energy Incineration plant. Every ton of waste processed at a WTE plant prevents one ton ofcarbon dioxide (CO2) eequivalents from entering the atomosphere.

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Typology & Catalogue of Necessary 2 km radius as limitation of the underground waste transport system

Space that is not yet built up. Possibility of urban expansion within this area. Agricultural land surrounding the node.

Layout of Nodes. The relation of built up space and agricultural land, possibilities of expansion and number of units per node.

a a Waste, Recycling and Energy

b b Research and High-Tech

c Production

d Business

-incineration plant -bio gas plant -recycling center -collection center

a1 a2 a3 a4

-Universities (tech focus) -Research Institues -private and public actors that work on the field of collection, recycling and energy

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-High Tech Companies -Production Sheds

-commercial/ trade/ business centers -office space

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f Social and Communal Functions/ Health/ Administration

g Education

h Culture/ Entertainment

i Leisure/ Free Time/ Sports

hotels/ hostels

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-kindergarten -schools -universities/ further education (any focus) -libraries -public education center on the field of R&D

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-museums/ galleries/ art centers -theatres -cinemas

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j Every Day Needs/ j Retail

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-seat of (high tech) companies, offices

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-tourist accomodation -commercial -entertainment/ culture

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-collection center Business District -some functions of UC node

a4, (f1, f2, f3, f4, f5 i3, i4)

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-public administration -fire brigade -police -hospital -doctors/ medical centres -childcare -nursery home for the old

-gym, sports field, skate park/ basketball square -park/ botanic garden -swimming pool -restaurants, pubs, bars, clubs

BD (Business District)

-good transport infrastructure -in proximity to R&D clusters/ production site

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Collection center as center of the node.

UC (Urban Cente -residential units -everyday needs

-stronger focus on entertainment/ social functions (f-i) than UC node -a limited extent of business and to -collection center Urban Center (-biogas plant)

-grocery stores -retail

-high rise residential buildings -multi-family homes (3 storeys +)

j1 j2 k1 k2

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UN (Urban Node) k1,k2, j1, j2

-residential units -everyday needs -although a clear focus on residential and every day needs some functions of each group f-i

f5, f7, f8, g1, g2, g4, h1, h2, h3, h4, i1, i2, i3, i4 (d2)

-collection center Urban Node (-power plant: biogas plant)

a1, (a2)

-mix of function within the whole node -at least one obvious center with lots of non-residential functions -orientation towards the next UC for city functions

PN (Production Node)

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-production sites

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-power plants -recycling center

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-some functions of UC node

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-good transport infrastructure -possibility of expansion -in proximity to R&D Clusters/ Business District

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-university with faculty of science/ technology -private research institution

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-power plants/ institutions/ production sites operating on the field of that particular R&D cluster

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-collection center R&D Cluster -some functions of UC nodefield of that particular R&D cluster

a4 (g3, g4, g5, h1, h2, h3, h4, i1, i2, i3, i4)

-good transport infrastructure -possibility of expansion -good connectivity to other R&D clusters/ business districts

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administration, specialised with surrounding UCs

5 mayor types of nodes for Chengdu's 5th ring and their condition

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Ideal Urban Spatial Structure

Possible typologies inside the node

Farmland

Ideal Node Plan of an ideal node, part of the 5th generation of nodes and located in unurbanized areas of Chengdu´s 5th ring. The plan shows probable expansion trends within the node and possible typologies.

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Water facilities

Different scale of public open space

Basic urban traffic infrastructure

Composistion of essential components


The Determination of the Nodes Position Context

Nodes

1 st Generation

Addition of nodes (including collection center with 2km radius limit) based on the metro.

Creation of 1st generation grid, based on the new added nodes. Creation of boundary of 1st generation for futher development of the design.

Creation of 1st nodes. This connection will help guide the design process.

Urbanization of 5th ring and inner city

Addition of nodes based on the urbanization and the 1st Generation of nodes on the 5th ring. The principle is add each node based on the density.

Creation of 2nd generation grid based on the former nodes.

Creation of 2nd generation n o d e connections based on the former nodes.

Urbanization of 5th ring

Addition of nodes based on the former grid. These new nodes will fill the empty spaces between the 2nd generation of nodes.

Creation of 3rd generation grid based on the former nodes.

Creation of 3rd generation n o d e connections based on the former nodes.

Addition of nodes based on the urabnization trends of the 5th ring.

Creation of 4th generation grid based on the former nodes.

Creation of 4th generation n o d e connections based on the former nodes.

1st Generation of nodes

2nd Generation of nodes

3rd Generation of nodes

Limiting of areas for district heating

F l o w t o Incineration plant

Flows to Biogas plant

F l o w s combined

Flows and N o d e s Combined

2 nd Generation (Urbanization)

3 rd Generation (New Adding b e t w e e n former nodes)

(New adding based on future development t r e n d s )

Connection

Combination of the Chengdu's future plan for undergruond metro system with the 5th ring

(Underground Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n S y s t e m )

4 th Generation

Boundary

Urbanization trends of the 5th ring

Flows of Materials and Types of Nodes The analysis allows us to determine the activities and the corresponding types of nodes needed based on the geograhical location of each node.

F l o w s t o Incineration plant

Collection Center Analysis

The collection center is the center of every new node, the smallest and most frequently applied institution of WasTE around the 5th ring. All waste from the node's built up areas gets there automatically through the underground vaccum waste transportation system.

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Road System based on the Flow of Materials The ground transportation system, which leads all trucks from the main collection centers situated in the center of the node to the correspounding final destinations for processing, is generated based on the flow of materials, the space analysis through the grid methodology and the existing infrastructure.

General grid with all generations of nodes combined

Flow to Incineration plant

Arrangement of roads based on the flow towards the Incineration plant

Flow to Biogas plant

Arrangement of roads based on the flow towards the Biogas plant

Flow to Recycle centers

Arrangement of roads based on the flow towards the Recycle centers

Existying road infrastructure

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Key elements of the masterplan for the development of Chengdu‘s 5th ring are the urbanization in 4 subsequent steps, a complete road system connecting the nodes with each other and allowing an efficient transport of materials that are used for power generation and recycling. Each node can have in between 3000 and 8500 residential units. The average number of people in a Chengdu household is 3.12. With a median number of units per node, the first to third generation of nodes will house about 1,614,600 people. Based on the intensity and speed of population growth the fourth generation of nodes can accomodate up to 1 million people.

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Connectivity of Octopus Urban Design of Shanghai Yangpu District, North Sichaun Road & Wujin Road Area Yangpu District, Shanghai, PR China


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CONNECTIVITY OF OCTOPUS _Urban Design of Shanghai Yangpu District, North Sichaun Road & Wujin Road Area _Joint Studio Project, Fall 2011, Colleagues: Simon Weischer, Adam Haspica and Sining Gong _Tutor: Prof. Wang Bowei Shanghai is the most urbanized city in China, high-rise skyscrapers and low-rise dense Linong housing are complexly interleaving together. There is a strong contradiction between the modern urban fabric and the traditional texture, how to ameliorate the negative influence? How to fill the gap of different levels of social contradiction on the design of urban regeneration? How to meet the basic social needs such as sanitary facilities for the inhabitants became the focus problem. My research aims to the relationship between local space under globalization and modern function, explore the strength of traditional value and transfor it to support the modern activities, improve the weakness in terms of urban regeneration. Here inspired by the body structure of octopus and based on such organization, I implanted a organic spatial connectivity to the studying context as rigidly measure on the one hand, and proposed a flexible guidence and management strategy on the other hand.

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Site Condition

Site Area(Block): Composed by two lots and the path between t h e m c o n n e c t i n g Z h a p u Ro a d to Sichuan North Road Park.

Traffic: the thicker the line, the h i g h e r t h e v e l o c i t y. T h e r e a r e Wusong Road and Haining Road as fast traffic path; North Sichuan and Wujin Road as slow ones.

Public Open Space: North Sichuan Road Park located in the north of the site and smaller public square around the metro in the south.

Locality

The site located in the center district of Shanghai, which mainly take the responsiblity of economic, culture and commercial part. Around the site, there are three most important elements: The North Sichuan Road, which is a busy commercial street as I mentioned before, the Sinping Road-Wusong Road, and North Sichaun Road Park. These three components together lead a very clear definition to the site, and also crate both advantages and dis-advantages to our site.

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Block Condition District Park

Lower Modern Buildings about to demolish

Lower Modern Buildings

Newly Constructed Shopping Mall High Skysraper

Traditional Linong Housing

Motorized Vehicle Space

Through observation, some conflicts can be extracted. For instance, newly constructed shopping mall which is weakly interacted with old structure, motorized vehicle space is illegally occupied by small enterprises and there is lack of connectivity between southern residents and public open space.

Figure & Ground

Regarding the Figure & Ground Study of the Site, three typies of urban texture can easily be recognized: Big scale commerical buildings, lower modern communities and lowest dense traditional housings. Apparently, there is lack of transition space.

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Master Plan

Generating Concept

Street and Lane

Abstract the scale indicator

Physically spatial Transition

Processing

New scale form based on the supporting activities

Organic Organization as Octopus

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Elements Towers

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Vertical Access

Green Belt

Region Path

Podium

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Magnetic Nodes

Possibility: Linked Street as a new outdoor public space for the relevant area.

Linked Street Level

Ground & Underground Level Possibility: Magnetic Node as a Sanitary Station in order to improve the life quality of the community. Physical Environment

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Space between Old & New

compiled `languages with the safety and expressive power of modern dynamic languages. Idiomatic D code is commonly as fast as equivalent C++ code, while being shorter and memory-safe.

Mass Shaping

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The inner street is preserved at the site. Nevertheless, it clearly isolated the vehicle and pedestrain space, supported a new version of multiple demension access; The green path distributed at upper floor, presented not only as a access, but also as dynamic place.

Orientation & Accessibility

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Residence Library

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The highlights of the vertical & horizontal functional distribution are multiple dimentional space extension and spatial subdivision, which as a respect view of design strategy to efficiently improve the contradiction with surrounding area and modern needs.

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Commemorating in Crack Architectural Design of BeiChuan Earthquake Memorial Beichuan Qiang Autonomous County, Mianyang, Sichuan, PR China

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COMMEMORATING IN CRACK _Architectural Design of BeiChuan Earthquake Memorial _Practical Project, Fall 2011, Colleagues: Sining Gong, Xiaoyi Cheng, Hanxing Liu and Honglei Qiu _Intern in Architectural Design and Research Institute of Tongji University The architectural design of BeiChuan Earthquake Memorial is my first representable practical project except academic study at school. As we all know, in May 12th, 2008, Sichuan experienced the most devastating and maximumly spreading earthquake since the founding of new China. The government decide to establish a series of memorial installations to record the past and re-evoke people's future. Thus, I feel honor to be one part of this design. The memorial is generated from two reflections : one is about a series of natural events, the other one is about the relationship between man and nature. The principle concept of “fracture”is applied through the whole particular distribution of landscape and architecture to cultivate the “land art” vision as crustal cracks, and by this way ,to free-frame the disaster event on the earth in an art way and arouse the infinite memory of each person visiting here. I was involved to process the conceptural and construction design of this project, as well as personal site investigation, gained the basic architectural design process experience and negotiation skill with chinese developers at a later stage.

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Locality

Mian Yang in Sichuan Province

BeiChuan Qiang Autonomous County

Site Located in the southeast of BeiChuan

Land Art Work of D a n i K a r a v a n ' s

Land Art Work from M i c h a e l H e i z e r,

Design Intent

Crustal Cracks

R if t , J e a n d r y l a k e , N e v a d a ( N i n e N a v e d a D e p r e s si o n )

Fragments

Figure & Gruond

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New Conceptual Design Proposal


Master Plan of Conceptural Deisgn

Ground Floor Plan

Upper Level Plan

Main Section

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From the main entrance

Bird's eye veiw

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Analysis

Visual Accessibility

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Greening Landscape

External Open Space


Preliminary Model

Regarding the building materials of the interior, the concept is followed by th e in tegration design, using the fair-forced concrete as the main conponent for wall and floor, couple with the rusty steel plate is considered as the reflection of external surface and incredible relief resource. Inorder to interpret a placidness spatial impression, beside the texture of material, the spatial distribution of the design also provide multiple interior scale, which are lower hight (around 4.5 meters) and bigger scale space (around 10 meters high). Meanwhile, the light through the gap between floor and wall which created high quality exhibiting atmosphere, couple with the greeny court yard brings the natural light and adjusting the microclimate of the internal space. The integration of wall and stair, emphasizing the continuity and simplification of the design.

Interior Design

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Part of Constructing Design Drawing

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Constructing Sight

Constructing design drawing of the representable sections

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Node Bulk Samples

The author attended the process of detail design and drew the node bulk sample as the following pictures showed, which are demonstrating the consideration of insulation, waterproof, roof greeny, skylight and hanging parts.

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Here presents some sample when the design met stairs and window, as well as elevation. The sight photos beside are clearly describing the shap and texture, especially, the scale contrast, which is providing mulitple spatial impression to the visitors. Even the fracture might reminds lots mournful memories, the form contains tenacity sprit of people after suffering from disaster, rethink the concordance between nature and human being.

Constructing drawing of Stairs

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Constructing drawing of Windows

The realization of "Toward Nature"

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First Aid Kit for Paradise Urban Research & Design promoted by "48 Hours Neukรถlln " Karl-Marx-StraรŸe, Neukรถlln, Berlin, Germany

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FIRST AID KIT FOR PARADISE _Urban Research & Design promoted by "48 Hours Neukölln " _Research & Practical Project, Summer 2012, Colleagues: Andres Riegner, Yu Huang, Qian Liu _Cooperation between Berlin Technical University and "Action! KMS (Karl-Marx-Straße)" City Management Committee The Karl-Marx-Straße is an important commercial street that lies at the south of Berlin. This street had its boom in the middle of the 20th century as a commercial area, standing side by side with the most important commercial area of Berlin today, the Kurfürstendamm commercial street. Since then it has lost its popularity. Lack of public space is consider as the main issue in many modern cities, no exception in Karl-Marx-Straße as well. The sublet difference is here located several public space but lack of supporting activities, which led to less spatial vitality, for instance, the small square in front of the Rathaus Neukölln. "First aid kit for paradise" is in a way of using proper items and guidance, to "save" the vitality of public spaces. The objective of this project is to serve different categories of space use possibilities and associating props, based on the site investigation and efficient measures, aim to motivate the voids of Karl-MarxStraße, attract more inhabitants to be evolved into this project, occupy the public space which initially owned by themselves.

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"Star" Mark (for the Chosen Qustion )

Final "Questioning" Origami

Practical Project based on "48 Hours Neukölln"

"48 Hours Neukölln", art festival lasted for 48 hours, considered as the important art and creative event in Neukölln, which encourages the creative conductors and interaction between each art work and participant. The Neukölln Rathaus is located in the middle of Karl-MarxStraße, which is main administrative center of Neukölln district. Due to its locality advantage and the potential for gethering large people flow, the practical urban design which is based on the former research and promoted by "48 Hours Neukölln", chose here as operational site.

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The comic recorded each place, time and actors who we experienced, aims to present the research processes and referring documents in a direct and slightly humorous way.

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The proposal titled as "First Aid Kits for Paradise", demostrated multiple possibilties and a specific area, guide the participations to react the vitality of public space, which is a vacant plaza in front of Rathaus Neukรถlln.

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Concept Processing

Neglected People Flow and Vacant Space

Site Condition

"L" Type Building

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Garden

Basic Contents and Area Information

React the residents' interest in terms of serving some recreation items.

The Illustration of the activing frequence: The more Yellow, the more frequence.

Regenerates the plaza's vitality.

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Practicing Field

Kid's Kit

Game Kit

Free time Kit

Relax Kit

Sport Kit

The serving items divided to 5 categories, in a cooperation with the guidance flyers, the participants owned their territories by usin g a c halk an d drawin g a boundary, obviously, the whole proc ess gain ed a q uite en joy able an d satified image.

Future Vision

There result in a quite big difference between the final realization and initial ideal vision, for instance, the canopy was not built due to budget limitation. Nevertheless, the entire effect turned out a really unexpectable scenes, such as the drawing flowers finished by a little girl, which is also the intent of this project: activate the public space.

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Ideal Urban Space in Reality Urban space research of LingGang New City Pudong new area, Shanghai, PR China


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SPACE IS DESIGNED FOR ...

IDEAL URBAN SPACE IN REALITY _Urban space research of LingGang New City _Presentation Document for Dual-Degree Application, Independently, Spring 2012 H e r e h i g h l i g h t e d a s m a l l u r b a n s p a t i a l s t u d y o f I d e a l u r b a n s p a c e i n r e a l i t y. A s a l l k n e w, t h e f o r m o f i n t e g r a t i o n normally consider as ideal shape, for instance, architect or urban planner pursuits perfect composition due to their own comprehension of aesthetics. Therefore, precise geometric form can be easily indicated through most completed projects. My question is what is impact of the integrated and concentrated pattern on practical reality? Especially throughout the perspective o f h u m a n ’s s p a t i a l i m p r e s s i o n ? B y q u e s t i o n i n g m y s e l f, I w o u l d l i k e t o r e v e a l t h e a n s w e r b y s t u d y i n g t h e n e w l y c o m p l e t e d u r b a n d e s i g n p r o j e c t o f G M P ’s w h i c h i s c a l l e d “ L i n g G a n g N e w C i t y ” , t o f i n d o u t t h e c o n t r a d i c t i o n a m o n g t h e i d e a l a n d r e a l i t y.

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In 2005, Shanghai urban developer decide to open up LingGang New City, which is 270 square kilometers and introduces 80 million inhabitants.

The design result in a Radiation Development of the City

Central Lake Park surround

GMP Architect Own the 1st Prize of Planning Award, and invited to incharge of whole constrcting design.

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_WAHT IS THE IMPACT

_HOW ABOUT THE PRAC Research Question

Fun Function: The Accessibility between one node to another in this city

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Ima Image: The Spatial Impression from human scale


ded by Modern Urban Fabric

Pleasant External Recreation Activities in the Daytime

Dynamic Openair at the Plaza in the Nighttime

T OF THE INTEGRATED AND CONCENTRATED URBAN PATTERN ON PHYSICAL REALITY ?

CTICALITY OF SUCH SPATIAL INTERGRATION IN TERMS OF URBAN FUNCTION AND IMAGE ?

Horizontal comparison with the "Garden City" of E.Howard

The Graphic Pattern of the Urban Design

The Completion Described on Site map: Most of the Parts are Finished and put into Use

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Fun The Loop of LGNC (LingGang New City)

The Loop of GC (Garden City)

The loop size of GC almost the same as central circle of LGNC

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The Public Facility is more for Look than for Use

No or A Few People are existing at the plaze

Buildings alongside the bend

A comercial area with many shops distributed

Absorb the Architectural Mass of Building

Central Landscape: Di Shui Lake

The "Lake" is more like Ocean

The Symbol in the middle is Insignificant


Time Consumption from Center Loop to External

Comparely, less time spend in GC than in LGNC

CONS: Traffic accessibility is not very convenient in LG N C a cc o r d i n g t o t h e research data, the needs public transportations more than walking.

The Pursuit of "perfection" and "integration"

CONS: Due to the lack of human scale consideration and pursuit of perfect geometric form, most public spaces are lack of supporting activities.

The appropriate relationship between plan and perspective in General

CONS: The intent of the design is dramatically varied due to the disjunction bewteen large scale urban design and human's spatial impression.

The inappropriate relationship between plan and perspective in LGNC

CONS: Comparing the GC, even the landscape design, the neglection of human scale lead to lack of popularity a n d l o w s p a t i a l q u a l i t y.

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Ima The main street of LGNC

Original Strategy is titled as "Compact City"

Huge Vacant Space and Insignificant People

CONS: By qualitative and quantitative study of the components on the street and comparing with the GC, the main serving object of LGNC is more approximate to vechicle system and other infrastructures, human is not the direct user of the external public space.

If the design is for cars, absolutly, here will be more cars; If it's for people, more people will be instead. That's something perfect we are pursuiting.

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Section of Lingang Road and Surroundings

Section of Garden City

Distribute different flow to various layers, called Multiple Dimensional Transportation Space which eases the overloading ground traffic, upgrades the vitality of pedestrian space and improve the quality street and plaza, is a neccessity in modern urban structure.

The diverse activities is supporting the spatial vitality, nevertheless, the human being the dominator of such activity. Therefore, the entire urban environment will withstand the test of history as if the design met human scale.

The rapid modern urban development is relied on vehicle transportation system, compact and efficient city can be improved by convenient roadway space.

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Supplements Interior, Funiture, Graphic Design, Art Works and Personal References Dalian & Shanghai, PR China; Berlin, Germany; Stockholm, Sweden

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SUPPLEMENTS _Interior, Funiture, Graphic Design, Art Works and Personal References The Supplement contains several practical areas of author’s beside architectural and urban design, such as interior, furniture, website design and art works. In addition to personal interest, the values of all those relations attempt to discover the complex connection between design and art.

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The Rendering of the interior by Sketchup

Conference Table

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CAI Studio

_Interior, Funiture Design _Architectural design and research institute of Tongji University, Shanghai, China

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The Realization of Interior Design


Horizontal Bookcase

Vertical Bookcase

What is the principle qualification for shaping the interior atmosphere of architecture studio? By looking for the answer of this question, based on the research about the spatial function of Traditional culture and working atmosphere of modern life, the whole interior distribution and furniture design, which relied on the traditional material, simplified tectonic and knowledge of Ergonomics, is in an attempt to probe the spatial function and impression of architecture studio.

Working Desk

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Interior Distribution

"Eyecloud"_Window Display

Cube Presenting Installation

Preliminary Sketch of "Eyecloud"

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Lovalot Design Concept Store

_Interior, Funiture, Principle and Periphery Products Design _Stora Nygatan 13, Stockholm, Sweden


Website & Principal Products

Name Card of Founder & Brand Stickers

Lovalot is a young label based in Stockholm, pursues to combine modern Scandinavian and Far-East styles, playing and experimenting with natural material adding on juicy colors. By doubting the discourse "Architecture is the second skin", it presented one of the significant product series into the fashion market, titled as "Skinnn", with the new fabric-printing technique called "digital print", is switching definition of "the second skin" to more wide area, not only the wearing and architecture, but also urban and nature. The "Skinnn" is in a way to demostrate an interface bewteen the body and external environment.

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_Drawing & Painting

Edmondson Residence designed by Fay Jones, Pen Drawing, 2005

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_Pen Drawing, Oil Painting, Pencil, Mraker Painting and Pottery _Dalian, Shanghai and Berlin

Fashion Lady, Pen

Female Body, Oil Painting, 2010

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Moonflower, Acrylic Painting, 2011

Sunflower, Acrylic Painting, 2011

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Room of Architect, Marker Painting, 2007

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The given subject focused on a highly functional commodity, therefore, why particular function needs a particular form? By deconstructing and reconstructing the shape of the tea pot, there appeared a unique form however following the original use.

NU DE WOMA N I was concentrating on the audiences while who were watching attentively on the naked female body, besides, my observation is more about their varied expression as well.

H UMA N B ODY When a geometric shape meets human's body, triangle must be the most representable one, e.g., the regular triangle for female and inverted triangle for male.

CHARACTER Basically, followed by t he fa m o u s s p e a c h o f L e Corbusier, " The house is a machine for living in", comes out my point toward to character, "The character is a tool for communication."

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Curriculum Vitae Name: Kudulaiti Kudusi Sex: Male Date of Birth: 1985.Sep.29th Place of Birth: Urumqi,Xinjiang,PR China

Telephone: Email: Ethnic Group: Address:

+46 738342702 kudret170@gmail.com Uyghur Vendelsö Skolväg 23 LGH 1001, 1367

Education Experience: 

Sep 2011 – Now

Sep 2010 – Now

Sep 2005 - June 2010

Berlin University of Technology, Faculty VI Planning-Building-Environment

Dual Master Degree Program of Urban Design (Between Tongji University and Berlin University of Technology) Tongji University, College of Architecture and Urban Planning(CAUP) Graduate student of Architectural Design and Theory Dalian University of Technology, School of Architecture and Fine Art Graduation: Bachelor of Architecture

Practical Experience: 

Sep 2013 - Jun 2013

Shanghai

Shanghai Jiguang Polytechnic College

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Sep 2012 - Mar 2013 Aug-Sep 2012

Shanghai Stockholm

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Apr-Jun 2012 Sep 2010-Sep 2011

Berlin Shanghai

JiuTu Architect Lovalot hand craft design store interior, furniture, website and window display “48 Stunden Neukölln” Art Festival in Berlin Tongji Architectural Design and Research Institution(TJAD)

Teaching assistant Intern Designer Designer Intern

Awards:    

Sep 2010-Sep 2012 Jul 2009 Apr 2009 Aug 2008

 Aug 2008  Aug 2008

Shanghai Beijing Dalian Dalian Dalian Dalian

Tongji University Type-A Scholarship MAD Architects Tourism Fund Ikeshita Design Scholarship 3rd Prize of "Wake up the power of design Architectural Design of No.15 Warehouse” Competition Dalian University of Technology Scholarship China Architectural Students Design Exhibition

CNY30000 CNY20000 CNY 2000 CNY 1000 CNY 2000 CNY 1000

Research Experience: 

Sep 2012-Aug 2013

Shanghai

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Mar 2012-Jul 2012 Oct 2011-Jun 2012 June 2009

Berlin Berlin Dalian

“Urban Spatial Regeneration of North Jiefang Road and Surrounding Area in Kashgar” Master Thesis “Chengdu Smart City” Prototype Design “Neuköllner Geschäfte Karl-Marx-Straße” Urban Research Project “Nonlinear organic building design strategies and methods-The case study and design strategy of regional architecture”

Joint Studio 

Mar 2012

Berlin

Sep 2010

Shanghai

May 2009

Dalian

Berlin Technical University & Southwest Jiaotong University “Chengdu Smart City Prototype Design” Yale University, Hongkong University & Tongji University "Urban Design of Shanghai Yangpu District, North Sichuan Road & Wujin Road area” University of Tokyo & Dalian University “Architectural Design of No.15 warehouse”

Language Skill   

German English Chinese

Grasped Proficient Proficient

Deutsch A2 IELTS 6.0 Chinese Citizen

Computer Skill 

PC & Mac

Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat 9 Pro; Auto CAD, 3ds Max; SketchUp; Corel VideoStudio Pro X4; Rhinoceros; Microsoft Office Series.

Compulsory Courses

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TU Berlin

Tongji University

Relevant Contacts

Global City Local Space, History of Urban Design, Mastering the City, Social Condition of Urban Design Principle of Architectural Design, Theory and History of Modern Architecture, Architecture Design, Housing and Community Development, The Frontier of Landscape Studies


_Revalent Publications

Mimahana-The Living Room of Uyghur Culture Kashgar Uyghur Culture Exhibition Hall Design Compiled by China Architectural Education Advisory C o m m i t t e e , "S e l e c t e d W o r k s o f t h e 2 0 0 8 R e v i t C u p N atio n al D esig n C o m p etitio n of Architecture Stu d e nts",

China Architecture & Building Press, 2008,

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Survey on Greek Architecture Based on the architectural travel supported by MAD Architect D o m u s Plu s M a g a zin e, 2009, P3

Sea Presence No.15 Warehouse Architectural and Waterfront landscape Design Compiled by The School of Architecture and Fine Art of Dalian Univeristy of Technology and The Univeristy of Tokyo, Global COE Program "Renovation of the Port of Dalian" Editorial Committee, "R e n o v a t i o n o f t h e P o r t o f D a l i a n - I n t e r n a t i o n a l W o r k s h o p 2 0 0 9 ' C it y a n d O c e a n', N o .1 5 W a r e h o u s e a n d L a n d s c a p e o f W aterfr o n t" , Dalian University of Technology Press, 2009, P52-53

First Aid Kits For Paradise Practical Project in Karl-Marx-StraรŸe promoted by "48 Stunden Nuekรถlln"

A Booklet compiled by "48 Stunden Neukรถlln" Activities Committee, " E n d s t a ti o n P a r a d i e s "

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Other Selected Work 2006-2009

No. 15 Warehouse Architectural and Waterfront Landscape Design Proposaled Project, Colleagues: Biao Jin, Lu Fan, Wei zhang, Summer 2009 Dalian, Liaoning, PR China

Olympic Park Complex of Dalian Proposal Project, Independently, Summer 2009 Dalian, Liaoning, PR China

Shenyang Orphan School Proposal Project, Independently, Spring 2009 Shenyang, Liaoning, PR China

Facade Design of No.15 Warehouse Academic Project, Independently, fall 2008 Dalian, Liaoning, PR China

Skyscraper Design in Dalian Academic Project, Independently, fall 2008 Dalian, Liaoning, PR China

Department of Architecture & Fine Art in DUT Academic Project, Independently, winter 2008 Dalian, Liaoning, PR China

A Hotel Design of Huludao Academic Project, Independently, Spring 2008 Huludao, Liaoning, PR China

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Renovation Design of Warehouse Academic Project, Independently, Fall 2007 Shenyang, Liaoning, PR China

A Kindergarten of DUT Academic Project, Independently, Summer 2007 Dalian, Liaoning, PR China

A Sales Office in Dalian Academic Project, Independently, Spring 2007 Dalian, Liaoning, PR China

A Restaurant Between Gap Space Academic Project, Independently, Winter 2006 Kashgar, Xinjiang, PR China

Net Bar Design Academic Project, Independently, Fall 2006 Dalian, Liaoning, PR China

An Artist Residence Academic Project, Independently, Summer 2006 Dalian, Liaoning, PR China

An Architectural Analysis of Dahl Yawa Villa, Rem Koolhaas Academic Project, Independently, Spring 2006 Dalian, Liaoning, PR China

A Working Space for Architect Academic Project, Independently, Winter 2006 Dalian, Liaoning, PR China

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A Portfolio of Kudret Kuddus