Leiqi Huang 2014 - 2018 Selected Works
Cube Exersice First exersice in my freshman year. use seven pieces of foam-core to create a cube that could fit within an imagined 6 x 6 x 6 inch cube and defines at least three edges of the imagined.
Learning Space in Carpenter Center Build a model of the Carpenter Center in Harvard University through the measurments taken from the real site and design a small public learning space in front of it.
Pavilion next to Reflection Pool Design a small paviion next to the famouse reflection pool by I.M.Pei in Boston. The pavilion is for a exhibition of two sculptures.
Villa for Two Homes A house for two families, built on a hill. The site was devided into several parcels and each student is assigned with a different one. My parcel was at the middle of the site.
MOMA Rooftop Garden
Masonary Cavity Wall
SOWA Market The project was to design a long-spanning roof for a open-market including a mezzanine. The market should have a path wide enough for trucks to load goods
Pool Project Designing a gym with three swimming pools located at a real site in Boston.
Urban Institude Project Design a community with art school, auditorium, residential and commercial buildings on a existing site in Boston. The project should consider about the site condition
Ryder Hall Canopy Competition
Environmental Systems Study
Classroom in Miami
①Thermal Mass ②White-Painted Insulation Double-skin Facade System (See SectionA) ④Night-Flush Cooling Ventilation ⑤Natural Shading ⑥Solar Chimney System (See SectionB) ⑦PV Panel ⑧White-Painted Rigid Insulation ⑨Sliding Door for Night-Flush Cooling ⑩Indirect Evaporative-Cooling System 11 Insulation 12 Adjustable Insulation
Common Slipper Shell
Common Brown Salt Rock BarBayberry Salt Meadow Sea Lavender Common Reed Mud Snail Periwinkle Marsh Mosquito nacle Grass I am interested in the small ecosystems around our site. There are three major habitats and several green spaces near our site, including the Isle Belle Marsh, the Constitution Beach and the Tidal Flats next to the highway. Our site is right in between those green spaces, and can be a transition point between them. There are mostly four Ocean Current (Shells) means of transportation that the species moves between those habitats, such as ocean current for the shells, bird Bird Migration (Seeds / Insects) migration for seeds, insects, small animals for seeds, insects and shells and human transportation for insects. As some of them are passing through the site, or happens around the site, out site thus become a good transition point of those migrations, and the design of the site should also respond to the nature. Greenhead Fly
Common Clam Worm
Small Animal Path (Seeds / Insects) Human Transportation (Insects)
Scattered buildings wihtin the site, leaving enough space for small animals to cross through the site.
Water flow connecting the river with the site, and also connecting the two ends of the site. Most importantly, introduing water and new species into the land and serve as the main spine of the site.
Potential pedestrian system. An urban loop leading citizens all the way into the green space at the end of the site.
Water flow connecting two ends of the site.
Cluster of small buildings following the designed greenspace density. Allowing less interruption on the site ecosystem, also letting more small animals to cross through the site.
Ecosystem on the site. More intense on the west side.
Ocean Current (Shells)
Small Animal Path (Seeds / Insects)
Bird Migration (Seeds / Insects)
Gardner Museum Thieft Map
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Innovation Hub Research & Design
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Leiqi Huang Selected Works 2014-2018