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T H E G R A P H I C N A R R AT I V E ISSUE

08.16

SEL ECTED W OR K S FROM M.ARCH I PROGRAM AT YAL E UN I V E R I ST Y 2013-2016 ARCHITECTURE

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T H E G R A P H I C N A R R AT I V E ISSUE 08.16

D I G I TA L E D I T I O N YSOA


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NEW YORK CITY, NY 11102 UNITED STATES

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01 UPENN SOA 13 DANCE MACHINE 25 HIGHER GROUND 37 BUILDING PROJECT 45 BRIDGEPORT ECO-INDUSTRIAL PARK 63 WATER FROM THIN AIR 75 CORNELL TECH

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Vehicle capable of operating in both land and water. First utilized by Cornell University as public transit to connect its Roosevelt Island campus to Manhattan and Queens.

Cornell Te c h [ LOCATION ] ROOSEVELT ISLAND, NEW YORK, USA [ DURATION ] 4 MONTH [ ACADEMIC ] YSOA // ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN // WEISS / MANFREDI [ YEAR ] U3, FALL 2016 [ INDIVIDUAL ] CAMPUS MASTERPLAN

Cornell Tech is establishing a new campus in Manhattan with a new program that seeks to bridge the gap between academia and real-world entrepreneurship. This project tries to avoid the negative relationship of the tech industry with the city of San Francisco due to the perception that they are taking advantage of all the resources without giving back to the community. Challenging the traditional mode of the closed off, single-use campus, this SURMHFWHPSOR\VDKRUL]RQWDOO\VWUDWLĂ€HGPL[HGXVHW\SRORJ\DQGRSHQVXS WKHJURXQGĂ RRUWRWKHSXEOLF7KHJRDOLVWRJHQHUDWHDVXVWDLQHGHFRQRPLF vitality and private market reaction that integrates this isolated island as a true QHLJKERUKRRGRIWKHFLW\UDWKHUWKDQDQH[FOXVLYHFDPSXV The bottom layer accommodates student workshop-housing, amenities, and diverse businesses, along with parks and plazas to attract people from all over the city. The campus is suspended above the free ground plan, preserving a secured access to intellectual property. Since each vertical cross-sectional slice contains all necessary programmatic parts, the campus is able to be phased both horizontally by region, and also vertically by layer.

CORNELL TECH

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CORNELL TECH

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BRIDGE ARRIVAL (TOP: VEHICLE DROP-OFF, BOTTOM: PEDESTRIAN+BIKE)

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2BD APARTMENT LOFTS (56 units)

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LOBBY ENTRANCE TO CORNELL BLDG

MAIN GROUND ENTRANCE

MAIN LECTURE HALL/ THEATER

PROGRAM

AMPHIBUS ARRIVALS TERMINAL BOOKSTORE/ GIFTSHOP DEPARTURE TERMINAL+ MAIN CAFE

ACCESIBLE GREEN ROOF OUTDOOR SPACE

FITNESS FITNESS PARK PARK

EXERCISE EQUIPEMENT

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To establish a meaningful connection between Roosevelt Island, Manhattan, and Queens, ease of transportation is of utmost importance. Any transfers between mediums will discourage visitors, therefore, a new amphibian bus line is introduced to connect to the major hubs in both sides. Access from the bridge is also introduced to facilitate movement. On the side of the ferry stop, free kayaks are offered to cross RYHU WKH 4XHHQ V VLGH IXWXUH FDPSXV H[SDQVLRQ  When the campus has cemented its status within the city, it will have the leverage of establishing a new subway stop at its sourthern end.

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NEW GRADE + 18’

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MASTERPLAN FLYOVER VIDEO STILLS

SEA LEVEL RISE + 16’

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1:500 MODEL OF CAMPUS CENTER

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STANDARD UNIT



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DAYTIME AND NIGHTIME SCENES OF CAMPUS CENTER

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UNIT MODULE AND BIKE BRIDGE

2. CORE PEDESTRIAN PATH 3. ARRIVAL AND INFO CENTER 4. RESIDENTIAL TOWER 5. BRIDGE CONNECTION 6. MAIN DOCK AND CAMPUS GREEN 7. MAIN BIKE PARK/RENTAL

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[ LOCATION ] PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANNIA, USA [ DURATION ] 4 MONTHS [ ACADEMIC ] YSOA // ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN // MIMI HOANG [ YEAR ] U2, FALL 2014 [ INDIVIDUAL ]

TRADITIONAL PROGRAM

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UPPER YEARS

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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

Adjacency does not equal collaboration: The design of an interdisciplinary school of architecture for Upenn takes on this premise, not by housing different faculties in the same building, but by re-designing the program‘s curriculum and how people work together.

PLANNING

UPENN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

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UPENN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

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UPENN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

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T: NEW CAMPUS ENTRANCE PLAZA B: SECOND FLOOR COMMON SPACE

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COMPOSITION OF THE

STORAGE - DISPLAY

SHADING

BUILDING ENVELOPE

The white, neutral storage walls are waiting to be energized with an everchanging landscape of works and ideas.

LEARNING AREAS SOCIAL AREAS

MATERIALITY & BUILDING ENVELOPE

MASSING MODELS

The main value in architecture school is the production of ideas that live on through the different means of production: boards, models, diagrams, drawings, etc.- most of which are lost when the physical materials are thrown away. The concept of the walls is therefore to provide a space where students can store their work as a way to share ideas and inspire. It is also an instrument of self-promotion and transparHQF\ZLWKLQWKHVFKRRO VFKRODUVKLSDZDUGLQJ :LWK the REFAB labs in which students have to apply into the studio whose topic interests them, the walls also serve as an advertisement for the course. The white, neutral storage walls are waiting to be energized with an ever-changing landscape of works and ideas. The spacing and depth of the wall rings changes to perform different functions: visiblity and privacy control, shelving, tables, seating, hand-rail, etc. These are hung from steel cables to emphasize the horizontal bar-code reading. The glass becomes undulating like hung fabric on the double height common spaces. Coupled with the white fritted pattern whose density decreases as it reaches the ground, it reads as a dematerializing milky curtain.

UPENN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

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THE CONTINUOUS LANGUAGE OF THE RINGS BLURS

THEY EXTEND TO CONCEIL THE STRUCTURE AND

THEY ALSO PERFORM MUTIPLE FUNCTIONS BY

THE BOUNDARIES BETWEEN FLOORS.

PROVIDE A UNIFIED LOOK.

VARYING DEPTH AND SPACING.

OFFICES

FACULTY

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RESEARCH

CLASSROOMS

CORE STUDIOS

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Its siting, lightness, and height becomes a new beacon of light on campus, standing out as an identifiable icon within the surrounding buildings.

UPENN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

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SECTION OF GUGGENHEIM AS CENTRAL SPACE SecƟon of Guggenheim as central space.

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SITE ZONING

BUILDING COMPONENTS

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EMPTY LOTS ADJACENT TO HIGH LINE

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MAXIMUM BUILDUP UNDER ZONING EXEMPTION.

SECONDARY STRUCTURE

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CONSERVING PUBLIC ACCESS AND VISUAL SIGHTLINES

PRIVATE DANCE COMPANY AND AFFILIATED PROGRAMS

“GUGGEN” SPACE

“Guggen” Space

INTERSTITIAL SPACE CREATED

PUBLIC-PRIVATE PUBLIC EVENTS, SHOWS

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BY ALL THE SET OF WALLS, HOUSING PUBLIC PROGRAM.


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A SERIES OF “GUGGEN” SPACES, WHERE EVENTS

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STREET ENTRANCE

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L: NORTH-SOUTH TRANSVERSE SECTION R: EAST-WEST CROSS SECTION

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SECTIONS DEPICTING THE WARM TONES OF THE MATERIALS LINING THE GATHERING SPACES ON THE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR. NEUTRAL COLORS LINE THE “WORK” SPACES IN THE DANCE MACHINE.

DANCE MACHINE

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SCALE MODEL

1/16” = 1’ - 0”

L: FRONT VIEW FROM WASHINGTON STREET M: BACK VIEW FROM THE HUDSON RIVER R: TOP VIEW SHOWING THEN HIGH LINE CONNECTION

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THE TWO MAIN GRAND CIRCULATION CORES PROVIDE A PROFILE CONSISTING OF STEPS WHERE THE PUBLIC CAN SIT AND RELAX WITH A PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE CITY. ONE CORE FACES DOWNTOWN MANHATTAN, WHILE THE OTHER CORE LOOKS OUT INTO THE HUDSON RIVER.

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The porous, fluid form of the building provides an unimpeded enjoyment of the city’s urban spectacle.

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SURFACE PLAY

UNDEGROUND MAKE

Higher Ground [ LOCATION ] HAMDEN, CONNECTICUT, USA [ DURATION ] 1 MONTH [ ACADEMIC ] YSOA // ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN // JOYCE HSIANG [ YEAR ] U1, FALL 2013 [ INDIVIDUAL ] MUSEUM / WORKSHOP EXTENSION

The project arises from the desire to maintain the character of the site by keeping the balance of building volume to outdoors green space unchanged. The design approach is therefore one that merges the new addition into the landscape, generating a playful outdoors space and an underground pocket for workshop classes. 7KHORFDWLRQRIWKHH[LVWLQJWUHHVZDVXVHGDVDWWUDFWRUSRLQWVLQWKH generation of the undulating landscape, with some of the trees on their original location as reminders perforating through the surface. A series of parametric openings creates an ethereal space with natural light, and also provides direct entry points into the underground spaces through a gradually ramping surface. The set of ramps and openings form part of a circulation network that allow the users to seamlessly weave in and out of the landscape and in contact with the river and the topography.

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TOPOGRAPHY

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LIGHT DIFFRACTION STUDY

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I’m imagining water running in under this thing and the whole surface being coated with a reflective thin sheet of water, and light bouncing off of that. - Mark Tsurumaki

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PRISM F O R M E R LY K N O W N AS THE CUBE [ LOCATION ] NEW HAVEN, CONNETICUT, USA [ DURATION ] 2 MONTHS [ ACADEMIC ] YSOA // ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN // [ YEAR ] U1, SPRING 2014 [ TEAM D ] +ANTHONY GAGLIARDI, ANNE MA, MADELYNN RINGO, CYNTHIA HSU, CHARLES KANE, SEOKIM NIM, CAITLIN THISSEN

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FLEXIBLE LIVING

BP PROJECT WINNING TEAM

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CONNECTICUT GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL - STUDENT AWARD owner

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This flexible microhouse prototype explores the potential of left-over, undersized lots in the city by transforming them into a landscape extension of the interior living space, benefitting the owners and improving the quality of the neighborhood. It also tests flexible living arrangements as a model for young professionals who can eventually turn it into a multi-generational house.

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With a strong tradition of the front porch as a place for social interaction, the house is set back on the site to create a courtyard, a welcoming spatial relief to the urban formula of building right up to the sidewalk. Gradually, this microhouse prototype seeks to re-invigorate the city by turning its left-over sliver lots into buildable sites while greening the neighborhood.

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“I think the siting of this thing is really great. It looks right on the site and it’s different from the other buildings; its tininess is sort of monumental.” - Turner Brooks

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Bridgeport Greening Initiative Houses the Bridgeport Green Team, developed to update and expand the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s environmental stewardship. This includes the Cleen Sweep program, sustainable events, restoration of brownfield properties and nursing plants for city wide greening.

Dominion Fuel Cell Plant Converts Nat. Gas fuel to heat, water and electricity with minimal emissions. Largest fuel cell manufacturer in the world. Capacity 15 Megawatt, equivallent to powering 15,000 homes at any point. Clean and reliable energy infrastructure for expansion.

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Dew Point: 7C Altitude: 1166 Volume: +9.3%

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Dew Point: 11C Altitude: 1166 Volume: +9.3%

Dew Point: 13C Altitude: 1166 Volume: +9.3%

Dew Point: 16C Altitude: 1166 Volume: +9.3%

Dew Point: 12C Altitude: 1166 Volume: +9.3%

Dew Point: 10C Altitude: 833 Volume: +5.8% Dew Point: 6C Altitude: 666 Volume: +3.5%

Dew Point: 1C Altitude: 500 Volume: +1.7%

Dew Point: 2C Altitude: 500 Volume: +1.7%

Dew Point: 1C Altitude: 333 Volume: 100%

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CLOUD CATCHER PLAN

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HORIZONTAL STABILITY TURBINE

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Next, Twin Bots go up each pair of parallel wires attaching the fabric mesh to the structure.

Sew Bots then run through the cables and close the seams from the different pieces of fabric. This also facilitates the replacement of damaged sections.

Solar Helium Balloons are then attached to the platform structures from the inside and filled with air.

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The brief for this project asked for the design of a location-specific installation for a fabrication class. The location was the 7th floor terrace in the School of Architecture, where many sets of Gehry designed furniture sit. These designer furniture pieces had many issues and were rarely used, usually neglected during events (the famous 6-on7â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s), becoming more of a hindrance to the social scene. Faced with the irony of the situation, the project takes on a humorous turn to give these furniture pieces a new life: turning them into amusement park rides.

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Lila Jiang Chen EDUCATION

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Yale University

-Autodesk: REVIT$XWR&DG0D\D'V0D[(FRWHFW9DVDUL -Rhinoceros, T-Spline, Grasshopper, Sketchup, ZBrush 9UD\0D[ZHOO.H\VKRW -Adobe: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere, Dreamweaver, and Flash -Model making and fabrication: 3D printing, powder printing, CNC milling, casting, resin models -Real Estate Pro-forma Analysis

New Haven, USA // 2013-2016 Master in Architecture H.I. Feldman Nominee, Spring 2016 John W. Storrs Scholarship

McGill University Montreal, Canada // 2006-2010 %DFKHORULQ6FLHQFH $UFKLWHFWXUH

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Project published as part of art show.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Gensler - Intern Architect

S-Trip - Architectural Consultant

New York City, NY // May - Aug2015 (4 mo.) 'HYHORSHGGHVLJQLWHUDWLRQVDQGSHUIRUPHGWHVWĂ&#x20AC;WVVLWHVXUveys, renderings, models, and material sourcing/research. :RUNHGRQVHYHUDOFRPPHUFLDODGDSWLYHUHVXVHUHWURĂ&#x20AC;WVDQG interior projects. Also collaborated with other interns to design and build an installation/community project in the Rockaways.

Toronto, ON // Jun - Sept2011 (4 mo.) Worked with the President and an interior designer to re-deVLJQHGWKHKHDGTXDUWHU¡Và RRUVORIWLQWHULRUDQGWKHEXLOGLQJ¡VH[WHULRUWRLQFUHDVHEUDQGDZDUHQHVV0DQDJHGGHVLJQ projects by planning, sourcing materials, coordinating labor, and any other aspects to succesfully implement the proposals under a tight budget and schedule.

RAW Design - Intern Architect Toronto, ON // Feb - Aug2013 (7 mo.) Formed part of several teams producing massing models, IDoDGH VWXGLHV DQG DSDUWPHQWSDUNLQJ SODQQLQJ IRU KLJK ULVH UHVLGHQWLDO DQG PL[HGXVHG SURMHFWV LQ WKH *UHDWHU 7RURQWR$UHD:RUNHGH[WHQVLYHO\RQWKHGHVLJQGHYHORSPHQW RI +DUPRQ\ 9LOODJH D  PLOOLRQ 6) PL[HGXVHG SURMHFW LQ Barrie, Ontario.

George Friedman Architect - Intern Architect Toronto, ON // Jun2011 - Jan2013 (1.5 yrs) :RUNHGH[WHQVLYHO\RQFRQVWUXFWLRQGUDZLQJVIRUVHYHUDOSURMHFWV LQ DQ RIĂ&#x20AC;FH RI  PHPEHUV LQFOXGLQJ FRRUGLQDWLRQ ZLWK clients and consultants. Participated in all stages of development- contributed to design, produced study models, worked RQODQGVFDSHSODQVDQGDFWHGDVWKHĂ&#x20AC;UP¡VVROHYLVXDOL]DWLRQ artist. Projects focused on educational institutions in the Greater Toronto Area.

Sceno Plus - Architectural Assitant Montreal, QC // Apr2011 Worked in a team of 3 to develop a proposal for a 12,000 FDSDFLW\ HYHQWV FRPSOH[ LQ $EXMD 1LJHULD  3DUWLFLDSDWHG LQ design, produced models, drawings and renderings.

Atelier Big City - Architectural Assitant Montreal, QC // Jan - Feb2010 Performed site survey, presentation drawings, and study models for the Champs-de-Mars competition in Montreal.

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DAVIS WELCOME CENTRE SHERIDAN COLLEGE - ONTARIO, CANADA PROJECT TYPE: EDUCATION, RENOVATION PROJECT SIZE:

18,000 SQFT $2,750,000 DATE: SEPT2011 - FEB2012 CONSTRUCTION COST:

THE PROJECT RENOVATES THE MAIN ENTRANCE AREA AT SHERIDAN COLLEGEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S DAVIS CAMPUS. THE NEW DESIGN INCLUDES A NEW CANOPY AND LANDSCAPE ENTRANCE, A WELCOME CENTRE WITH ITS FURNITURE, STUDENT SERVICES, COUNSELING AND ADMINISTRATION OFFICES, AND STUDENT GATHERING AREAS.

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[ FIRM ] TORONTO, ON, CANADA [ POSITION ] ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANT [ DURATION ] FEB - AUG2013

PHASE III HARMONY VILLAGE BARRIE, ONTARIO, CANADA

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PROJECT TYPE: MIXED-USE LIFESTYLE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT SIZE:

1.3 MILLION SQFT

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH DIAMOND SCHMITT ARCHITECTS. THIS WINNING MASTERPLAN PROPORAL IS A SUSTAINABLE, MIXED-USE URBAN COMMUNITY WITH A WATERFRONT BY LAKE SIMCOE. THE PROJECT CONSISTS OF APROX.

5 TOWERS OF 25 FLOORS EACH, WITH AN ELEVATED LANDSCAPE

PODIUM THAT CONTAINS LIFESTYLE AMENITIES SUCH AS COOKING AND ART CLASSES, GYM, RETAIL STORES, COMMUNITY CENTRE, MEDICAL AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, ETC. THE PROJECT IS GOING TO BE DEVELOPE IN

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lila jiang chen portfolio

2013-2016


Lila Jiang Chen // Yale 2013-16 Architecture Portfolio  

Final Yale M.ARCH I portfolio

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