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PORTFOLIO < LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE > < 2015 - 2017 >

SHAOKAI LI


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CONTENTS 1. LIVE WITH WATER

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A strategy for water connection and activation in the Straits of Johor

2. FLEXIBLE CITY

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Re-organise the street space of Ho Chi Ming City

3. MELBOURNEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; S TIPPING POINT

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Proto-typing for social connection

4. BACK TO FRONT

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Making the backstage of Brunswick

5. RENEW THE TRADITION

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Planning and transformation of HESHUN Community

6. OTHERS

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LIVE WITH WATER

As the development between the Johor and Singapore and

A strategy for water connection and activation in the Straits of Johor region

their demand of connection increase, and nonutilized water system and low value of waterway, this design research

< Major project > < FUTURE CITIES LABORATORY >

project will reuse the strait and the river tributaries through

TIME: 11 2017 SITE LOCATION: JOHOR & SINGAPORE

hierarchy. Also, use the interface between water and land

into the inner region to develop water connection by the create potential interaction between people and water, which

People using high speed craft cross the strait

Fishmen build their stilt houses beside the water

Some jetties are built along the strait by the fishingmen

can activate the inner region.

Johor

Flagship E Senar - Skudai

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Senai International Airport

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Mangrove reservoir in the river tributaries from strait

The Second Link which can connect to Singapore

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Flagship A Johor Bahru City Center


Kampung

LRT Station

Pelentong River Tebrau River

River Tributaries Strait

Roundabout

Sengkang LRT

Street Space

Community

Waterside

Street Parking

Street Space Roundabout Inner Traffic System

INTERFACE BACKBONE

FEEDER LINE

Hierarchy of connection Ferry terminals in the strait do not offer connection service

Live with water

"Orang laut", which literally means â&#x20AC;&#x153;sea peopleâ&#x20AC;? in Malay, refers to the indigenous sea nomads. They were one of the earlier immigrants who settled along the coastlines. But with the urban development, some of them are relocated by the governamnt.

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Water as medium of connection

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WATERWAY REGION MAPPING

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COMMUNITY

TEBRAU RIVER

Live with water

Taman Bunga Ros

Pasir Gudang Highway

PARK

Panda City

Tebrau Highway BRIDGE

Kampung Pandan Darat

Kampung Bendahara

Kampung Desa Melayu

Kampung Bakar Batu

Community Existing park Bridge

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But in the inner region, the infrastructure condition is poor and they do not have an appropriate facility for landing or boat storage.

STRAITS OF JOHOR

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Peple who live beside water

Because of the flexibility of waterway, the coastal region is easy to connect the inner region through the river entrance. Some people live in the kampungs which along the water can use water traffic to connect the other kampungs, even to the strait.

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EXISTING PARK

Live with water

The point which people can access to waterway would help them connect to the other communities even the kampungs along the strait or cross to Singapore. The point would make interaction between land and water, also people and the water, not only making changes at that point but also affect the whole region of community.

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Land

DOCKING

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FISHING PLATFORM

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STAGE

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EXHIBITION

POOL


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FLEXIBLE CITY

This project advocates a more ideal future urban traffic

Re-organise the street space of Ho Chi Ming City

model. It offers a range of convenient modes of transport, the combination of the three modes, the possibility

< Project A > < FUTURE CITIES LABORATORY >

of providing more choices for people’s journey. Also, the

TIME: 05 2017 SITE LOCATION: HO CHI MING CITY, VIETNAM

system is no longer a single, but a convenient, more

use of street space becomes more flexible. The whole selective and sustainable transport development model.

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(48km)

New Miên Dông

BRT4 (14.5km)

Tây Ninh

BRT6

M4

M3b

M1 (19.7km)

(12.1km)

MR 3 BRT3 (19km) An Suong

BRT6

(8.5km)

MR2

BRT4

Airport

M4b

BRT1 (28.6km)

(5.2km)

Song Tac Miên Dông

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(24km)

Tân Kiên

M3a (19.8km)

MR2

BRT5 (8.7km)

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Future public transportation system

T1

BRT3 BRT2

M5

Can Giuoc (26km)

Metro line

Tramway(T), MonorailMR) line

M1 : Bên Thành - Suôi Tiên / extension

Tramway 1 (T1)

M2 : Thu Thiêm - Tây Ninh bus interchange / extension

Monorail 2 (MR2)

M3A : Bên Thành - Tân Kiên / extension

Monorail 3 (MR3)

M3B : Công Hoa crossroad - Hiêp Binh Phuoc / extension

M4 : Th10nh Xuân- Hiêp Phuoc port / option

Railway line

M4b : Gia Dình station - Lang Cha C station

Ho Chi Minh City central station

M5 : Cân Giuoc bus interchange - Saigon bridge

Planned

M6 : Bà Queo - Vòng xoay Phú Lâm

Existing Planned station

Metro station

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Metro station connection

BRT

Metro depot

Existing station

Metro/Monorail/Tramway and BRT Connexion area

Multimodal transport interchange

Hiêp Phuoc port

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Flexible city

Public Transport System

FLEXIBLE CITY

Bus

BRT

Existing public transport system

MRT

Walkable System

Future public transport system

Two-wheel System

Central

Roundabout

Interchange

Termnal

Circle

Area

Inner traffic system

Transit system

Flexible city

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RIVERSIDE ROAD

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Saigon River

NARROW STREET

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Strategies

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Nightime - Vehicle priority

Daytime - Pedestrain priority

3m 3m

6m 4.5m Bike and pedestrain share the sidewalk and half of road

Bike and pedestrain use the sidewalk

Rush hour (Motorcycle can use the sidewalk)

Crossing zone

Flexible city

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2.5m

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COMMERCIAL STREET Strategies

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5m

3.5m

3.5m

4m

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Wider sidewalk

C-C Section

Buffer curbs

3.5m - 6m

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2.5m


Parking & Loading Zone & Pump Mobile shop and vendor palce

Shared Motorcycle & “Grab” pick up zone 4m

2.5m

Flexible city

Multi function street parking zone

PUMP

SHARED MOTORCYCLE CHARGE MACHINE

VENDORS & MOBILE SHOPS

4m - 6m

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MELBOURNE' S TIPPING POINT

This design proposal is an installation based on the new iconic building MQ located in Docklands, which aims to

Proto-typing for social connection

make a reflection of Melbourne seen as a dynamic and < Studio 8 > < FEED FORWARD >

moving entity, and the collected data is reflective of CBD

TIME: 11 2016 SITE LOCATION: MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA TEAM: Emil, Jacob, Jessie, Yuzi

of digital technologies. The installation wants to create an

as a whole with a focus on social connectivity and the use interesting experience through which actors can feel the city dynamic in an immersive and relaxing environment.

CONCEPT GENERATION

Connect the peak point to the turning points at the bottom. Using triangle faces to illustrate and animate the shape from data collection.

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From the initial idea-Moving surface, using the grid map to locate the peak at the bottom.

Start from the basic box.

Simulate by extrude the sides.

Set up into units. Mirror setting to increase the continuity.

Coordinate Location For Data Collection

DETAIL A

A Pivot Point

Sheet Meat to Conduct Vibration

Perspective

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DOCKLANDS

SOUTHBANK

work.

Melbourne from a public event to the rush hour before and after

This data will help to determine and distinguish the happenings of

around the city in real-time.

will become significantly more intense, signifying what is happening

the city at all times. When the city is bustling with life the installation

an area for contemplation, allowing the user to remain tapped into

and distilled, where it is materialized into a gentle rhythm creating

Data on movement, sound and pedestrian counts are collected

WHY WE COLLECT?

FLINDERS STATION

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MELBOURNE CENTRAL

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VICTORIA MARKET

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WHAT WE COLLECT?

Melbourne's tipping point

WHERE WE COLLECT DATA?

Pedestrian Counts

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Movement

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Ambient Sound

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Through the analysis of the whole city data, there are six selected locations for data collection. Melbourne Quarter, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne Central, Docklands, Southbank, Flinder station. Those places are representative and iconic, the data of which can reveal a general trend of fluctuations.

Map out

Locate the locations of the data collection into the site, Using different size to distinguish the experience and activity. Using the basic square to pre-locate the concept.

Pop-up

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Expand the squares, build relationships with each other, which represent the connection between the data and the locations.

Expand

Visualize the data from six locations and overlap the visualization onto the square. Switch on the data - location connections.

Visualize

Tidy-up and shape the visualization, using different size and series to settle down the installation for the different experience.

Settle down

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Melbourne's tipping point

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MASTER PLAN

A - A SECTION

B - B SECTION

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LARGE (LYING)

MEDIUM (SITTING)

SMALL (WALKING)

2000*800*300

1200*600*400

600*400*150


Melbourne's tipping point

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The overall design and order are based on the experience, trying to create more possibilities of multiple uses. Through body-storming, there are three types of size for multiple usage and various experiences.

DETAIL SECTION

The detail section is to show the specific parts of the overall installation. The installation is put both above the ground and underneath. Using crank shaft to connect the columns and the eleccentric cams. Between the units of the installation, using the rubber to fill out the gap and extrude the sides.

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MTP is designed with the purpose of serving multiple user experiences. The design proposal can work as a playground for families and also function as a relaxing oasis for the hard working business person who needs to re-energize after a long day. The users can observe, sense, and merge with the moving landscape, making it a truly unique and immersive experience. MTP use softwood and recycled stainless steel in order to make it robust to handle the environment and frequent use. Combining soft edges and round curves with the equiangular rectangle shaped panels provides an urban feeling with an appealing aesthetics. The intention of providing an opportunity to discover Melbourne in a new light was done by the signifiers on the side. Coordinates were embedded on the site of each individual moving object, providing the audience with information to make them investigate the installation on their own.

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MOVEMENT

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Melbourne's tipping point

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BACK TO FRONT Making the backstage of Brunswick < Studio 7 > < DENCITY > TIME: 06 2016 SITE LOCATION: BRUNSWICK, VICORIA, AUSTRALIA

As Brunswick develops and its density increase, the back streets and hidden spaces offer opportunities to develop amenity in the otherwise under-utilized spaces between the two corridors of Sydney Road and the Upfield train line. With little open space and a poor community connection, this project aims to develop a new open space network while preserving density by using these underutilized spaces with the detachable mobile landscape in the backstage and react to the local community hub.

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C VIEW

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A VIEW

D VIEW

B VIEW

E VIEW


Back to front

0m

50m

100m

200m

400m

Commercial building with frontage

Train station

Commercial building with backgate

Tram stop

Commercial building with sidewall

Lane connection

Restaurant/ Cafe

Traffic

Potential underutilized space

Mobile landscape

Space with frontage

Existing plants

Space with backgate

3/5 mins shed

Space only for pedestrain

Occupation time

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and connect these areas through the south-

Backyard

Activating different areas at the different time, north streets between the Upfield corridor.

1. Removing the retrofitting buildings in the backspace, transforming the underutilized spaces to be integrated into alternative activities

09:00 - 18:00

accessible range.

2. Adding mobile green plantation into the forecourt or carpark when they are not in use for providing open space

Lane

alternative through different space within the

Forecourt(Carpark)

The arrangement of mobile landscape is

09:00-21:00

Night

07:00 - 23:00

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23:00- 07:00

07:00 - 21:00

09:00-17:00

3. Transforming some lanes into the lanes only for pedestrian when they are not in use or in weekend

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Weekend

17:00 - 08:00

09:00-21:00

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Weekend

Weekend

07:00 - 18:00

Transformation in various time

Night


Different arrangements of mobile landscape creat various opportunities Detachable Mobile Landscape

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Different arrangement of mobile landscape can be used in different demand, for activating the space,

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enhancing the quality of laneway, supporting the back street business.

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The backspace of restaurant or cafe in Sydney road can transform into another open-air dining space for the customers, also can be the second entrance for the people who across the rare streets. When it closed, the area can use for storing the mobile landscape.

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Some hidden shops are face to the street which is used as parking. Space can transform into open space only for people by replacing the parking space to the mobile landscape and prohibit vehicles entering when it does not need to be a parking space.

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Back to front

OPEN SPACE / SECOND ENTRANCE OF RETAILER SHOP

OPEN DINING SPACE IN BACK STREET

The project sets out to explore and reshape the spaces to the side and rear of the retailer shops, to shift and connect the potential of underutilized space in the backstage, transforming them into public permanent or temporary spaces. The reuse of rear lanes gives people different experiences and opportunities to walk in these streets while offering an alternative space for flexible activities. Also, it proposes a new sustainable way of approaching the traffic station, as well as releases the stress on the main road. To Enhance the quality of laneway and create a network of unique laneways as public space, supporting the back street business and activating space for the future appropriate and sustainable development.

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RENEW THE TRADITION Planning and transformation of HESHUN Community

This project is an old town transformation based on the HESHUN Community through planning and redesigns traditional buildings. The project will follow the ideas of

< Bachelor project > < URBAN RENEWAL >

traditional culture, which is protected as primary, repair as

TIME: 06 2015 SITE LOCATION: SHANWEI, GUANGDONG, CHINA

tional architectural features of the space and pattern

the supplement. Focusing on the protection of the tradiand reuse SHANWEI culture, to attract tourists and build an integrated residential, commercial, leisure landscape community.

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MASTER PLAN

0 10m 20m 30m 40m 50m

TRADITIONAL BUILDING RENOVATION 30


Renew the tradition

COMMERCIAL SPACE

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

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OTHERS

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COLLISION (CAMPUS OPEN SPACE RENEWAL) _ 2014

Bell Museum Entrance Plaza

Historial Landscape Wall

Small Garden

Water Edge

Bell Sculpture Leisure Pergola Waterscape

Landscape Node Landscape Bench

Bench Lamp

Memorial Plaza

Infrastructure

Green

Leisure Space

Bell Museum

Small Garden

Circulation Small Garden Waterscape

Leisure Space

Bell Museum Entrance Plaza

Zoning

PEAK (MEMORIAL PARK DESIGN) _ 2013

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Others

PHYSICAL MODEL

KIDOSAKI MODEL MARKING

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DRAWINGS

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SHAOKAI (Lukas) LI Mobile: +61 412468655 Email: lukaslee.au@gmail.com

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