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Che Chung Lin Pratt GAUD Worksample 2006-2014



Che Chung Lin +1.917.593.1235

Education Pratt Institute Graduate Architecture and Urban Design Master of Science, Architecture 2013.05-2014.05

Tunghai University, Taiwan

Bachelor of Architecture Degree 2003.09-2008.06

Specialties Architectural Design 2D Grapic Design Physical Model Developing

Computing Skills Modeling

Maya 2014, Rhino 5.0, Google Sketchup, V-Ray and Artlantis Rendering

Graphic and Media

Autocad, Photoshop, illustrator, InDesign, After Effect


iWork , Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Excel

Languages English Mandarin chinese (Proficient)

Honor and Award Pratt Institute Graduate Architecture and Urban Design Brooklyn, New York Distinction of graduate diploma 2014

Tunghai University

Taichung, Taiwan Citation, Outstanding Thesis Design Award 2008

Young Talent Architectural Award Taiwan and China Jury’s Selection

Professional experience King-San You Enterprise Co., Ltd

Changhua, Taiwan Project Designer 2011.01-2013.05

Architectural department designer, United Technical Group Engineering Consultants. Ltd Taichung, Taiwan Architecture desinger 2009.04-2011.02

Studiobase Architects Office

Taichung, Taiwan Junior designer 2008.09-2009.02

Ming-wei Haung Architect Office

Taichung, Taiwan Summer Intern 2006.06- 2006.09

The Artificers-Record Consultants. Ltd

Taichung, Taiwan Summer Intern 2005.06- 2005.09

Publication and Exhibition Pratt Institute, GAUD+PSPD School of Architecture Brooklyn, New York Nomadic Watery Plazas -Selected Graduate INPROCESS 19 2014. 05

Hazel and Robert Siegal Gallery, Pratt Institute, School of Architecture Brooklyn, New York Head in the cloud- Pratt GAUD Exhibition 2014.04

Hazel and Robert Siegal Gallery, Pratt Institute, School of Architecture Brooklyn, New York Display Facets- Folding Lights, Bending the Rules 2014.01

Unity Graduate Exhibition of Six Architectural schools Huashan-Creative Park, Taipei, Taiwan City Index - Invisible city 2008.06

�Project review 2008 of Tunghai University� Department of Architecture City Index - Invisible city, P. 160-169 2008.12

Portfolio of Young Talent Architectural Award City Index - Invisible city, , P. 75-80 2008.09

Reference Jason Vigneri-Beane Adjunct Associate Professor, CCE Coordinator, MS ARCH, Pratt GAUD


Philip Parker

Assistant Chairperson of Graduate Architecture Adjunct Associate Professor, Pratt GAUD

worksample Content



hybrid suturing infrastructure Natural Plug-in Terminal Market

City index_invisible city Reconnecting the fragments of historical memory to recall the atmosphere of space by travel experience




Printing cities The Continuous Growing Urbanism

Head in the cloud Form Follows Formula - Pratt GAUD Exhibition 2014

Nomadic Watery Plazas The Slow Movement With Supply-Sufficiency of New York City


Bending the rules Display Facets / folding lights


CITY RESETTING_Taichung City Center


Urban mending_Convenient Store 7-Eleven



Vertical Parking lot + Hotel +Cinema

Bus station + Local food stand + Convenient store

Urban forest Taichung Tech Mall Sport Club Center

Appendix/ PROFESSIONAL workS

Markets/ transportation

hybrid suturing infrastructure

Natural Plug-in Terminal Market

Masters Thesis with distinction PRATT MS ARCHITECTURE THESIS, 2014 SPRING Advisor: Jason Vigneri - Beane / Jonas Coersmeier

Discussions with the natural boundary of the city that never have any conclusion to be completely defined. Because the structure of the city will be influenced by economic, demographic, cultural, political and other reasons. However, this change is visible because the urban context based on human activities and living system. Also because of the structure of the natural environment and human impact on the natural change, but this change is invisible and powerful. In this project provided an infrastructure deformation generated and function, the upcoming collapse of attempts to improve the urban boundary. It provides an idea of ​​utopia. Approach to the design researching, the operation of urban object is attempted to provide a prototype of spatial form making. Then through the base of the context of architectural space design function, activities, and external form. The thesis of the irrigation system is actually more than a single system but a system network and discuss such a system network from the overlap of the natural environment and human environment. This goes back to the discussion of heterogeneous boundary. How does the Coney Island develop and change by deciding on co-exist with the natural environment as a direction. Not just Coney Island, the proceeds slowly but powerful natural environment is a globe issue in the future. While architecture should not only represent form and basic requirement; however, space should be more adaptive, flexibility and softness. The function and shape of architecture is containing changeability. And under such thinking, stimulate new design methods and thinking. Architecture is starting by drawing a line, but this line should not be bounded.

01 Hybrid Suturing infrastructure_ Natural Plug-in Terminal Market

01 Hybrid Suturing infrastructure_ Natural Plug-in Terminal Market Relationship of suturing urban context

Architectural From Generating First of all, by physical model, urban object inspiration, and food production issue, the main discussion of this project is a new infrastructure system which contain food production, food storage, and food distribution. That means it is a terminal market which has large capacity of food storage and efficient shipping system. 12

Second, considering the ecosystem, the hybrid infrastructure represents the sense of opening. This form of strategy is following by urban object development. In order to creating flexible spaces, it exists multiple open space for shipment of vessel. The vessel can directly drive under the infrastructure. It changes the original piers function. Nevertheless, the waterfront of Coney Island Creek can be released for reservoir, agriculture, and watery park. Moreover, the structure of the system is formed by interleaving which provides huge space for food storage and animal breeding, in such a space level is continuous, so-called liquidity field. The programs can communicate each other in this space. And also, it represents no longer like the traditional layered architectural space, but through multi-scale atrium which establish boundless quality of space. Thus, for people who walking and cars passing through the sideway and road that make more efficient arrangement sidewalks and shipping roads are separated but still intertwined. Also, interior spaces alternately generate sense of lightness by solid and void space quality. The continuity of the structure also provides flexibility and variability in the representation of space.


site plan, hybrid suturing infrastructure

Hotel/ Library/ CULTURAL

City index_invisible city



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Reconnecting the fragments of historical memory to recall the atmosphere of space by travel experience First Prize, Outstanding Thesis Design Award

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Tunghai university, Bachelor of Architecture Graduation Design 2008 SPring


The gate of modern city was affected by globalization, city’s entrance distinguish ability disappeared because the functional and homogeneous airports, harbor, and stations whose were transportation. Therefore people were using fraction of memories to construct the memories of cities as they were traveling in the world. On the other hand, government through replicated similar experience of city fulling of any city in Taiwan;thus, these interior cities were become homogeneous pattern. In this kind aspect, city gates and interior would be homogeneous and could not be distinguished. The characteristics of cities will become indistinctly in the future. A’


Hostel lobby


Cafe shop

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Japanese style room

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Chung-san road


Hence, I choose the city, Luckng, it was been one of the popular cities in nineteen century. Through studied and analyzed characteristics and identities of the city to make design strategies and environmental symbiosis. I tried to offer different experiSecond floor plan ence for foreigners to travel this city, and focused on the group of backpackers who were finding the city’s identity and using lack resources to experience a trip life. Shop

I established some fraction of signal indexes for backpackers, thus, I through studied and analyzed the histories of Lukang city and then embedded indexes into city connecting these indexes to become the successive experience and memories as they traveled Lukang City. However, the backpackers will see the invisible parts of the city is so impressive. Shop

Living memories and handcraft skills

round garden Kitchen


The harbor of Lukang was established in 1784, was the Taiwan External an important trading port because of the geographic proximity to the introduction of the handicraft skills of Quanzhou. Therefore, the Lukang style form of important related crafts around Quanzhou, Fujian Province, Xiamen, Chaozhou, Guangdong Province, Shantou reached Lukang immigrant trade with the Thing Dynasty by the continuation of folk traditions in South China.

02 City Index_Invisible City


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City Identification Lukang City - Horbor, 18 Century

Lukang City -Station, 19 Century

Lukang City -Scenic spots, 21 Century

Most of residents immgrated form Quanzhou city, China and traded produsts of convenience horbor.

After Second World War, Japaneses not only occupied Taiwan but also developed this place to become the second improtant commerial center.

Nowadays this country include the abundant historial architectu and hand-made craft. It change to a famous scenic spot, Most of forigens vist and experiece this profound Chinese culture here.


Tourist station

[ElectriďŹ ction] [Suger cane]


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Commercial activities


[Defend pirates]



[Salt industry]

Historic temples


Handmafe crafts

[Train station]

Townhouse evolution

River using evolution

Commercial conducts evolution

The early developed from The Ching Dynasty of china, residents built special shelter between two houses and connected them becoming the public ceiling on the street, but in Japanese Occupied Peroid, 1911-1965, Japaneses intened to develop modern transportaion system so destroied the shelter then rebulit the baroque facade on these street. Thus, nowady, residents preserved these meaningful facade.

The eariest Lukang river offered important export trade from China. In Japanese Occupided Period, changing the type of commercial, the funtion of river was replaced by road system which transported most economic resource. Thus, the river lost the capability of trading, but it is becoming a kind of offering religious activitiy in Lukang. However, the Lukang river play differnet role in this city.

Most population immigranted from China, therefore, the religion of Chinese i is a very important event. Moreover, people produced the necessary for cenemoy or festival and then formed the commercial activities. Especially, a lot of store and stand sat up nearby temple, But it changed the origin system of temple, the surron -ding was corwed too muh commercial activities. Thus, the atmosphere of temple not looked like the nature any more.

Town house



Equipment of public and privacy PUBLIC

Width of river= 40 meters Farm

Along the river having different type of buildings [Commercial trades and people activities]

The Ching or Manchu Dynasty

Religious development affecting the structure of city

Along the river becoming homogenous type of bulidings [Residents activities and planting corps]

Japanese-Occupied Period

Increased the commercial trade around the temple

Along the river have been formed homogenous type of bulidings [Few residents activities then becoming lots of factories]




The Ching or Manchu Dynasty, the street type of invisible sky



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The daylight platform of life was changed to defenced funtional facility in the night

Width of river= 20 meters

Facafe became one part of hostric reservation

Width of river= 2 meters


Japanese arcade with baroque facade




Width of river= 60 meters City space expanded and social events simplely inserted new pototype of shoppong space and hand-made works selling street

Modern advertising facade PUBLIC

Increasing new events and activities

Packed lots of tourists and density of stand

Barrack Two rivers changed the identify of the river of important meaning in Lukang cityredeveople the meanig of boat city - River landscape [Residents activities and landscape f activities]

Tample was deconstructed and then re-indentify

The main public space of the city is the temple square bacause it offered some religious ceremony.


Index_03 River Hostel


A specific in the Gh entertain

02 City Index_Invisible City

Index_01 Temple Hostel

Roof garden

Community theater

A skylight

Internet studio Lobby





Public platform

B’ A’ Temple plaza

Square of temple

Temple plaza

B-B Section

A-A Section


1. Square of temple 2. Entrance of hostel 3. Bookstore 4. Platform 5. Library 6. Internet studio 7. Backpacker's room 8. Hostel lobby 9. A skylight 10. Community theater 11. Roof garden

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Third floor plan




God’s Night Festival - knowledge of action 5

Second floor plan




Double room

Index_02 Craft Hostel Laundry Single room


Single room



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Index of Space section

Roof garden Roof garden

Lounge bar

Hostel lobby

A-A Section

Coffee shop

Breathing garden

Nine-turn Lane

Chung-san road

Chung-san road

Nine-turn Lane

Breathing garden

B-B Section

Roof plan +1350

Forth floor plan +900

Live in sky Through a project of living exhibition to reconstructed the memorized space between past and present. While the backpackers live at this hostel. They feel the texture, atmosphere, structure within this building, such as a micro-city.

Third floor plan +600

Meanwhile, I embedded traditional specific elements into this hostel. Transformed the atmosphere of traditional space to connect the space memories and unique characteristic. Second floor plan + 300



1. Entrance 2. Skylight 3. Cafe and Master room 4. Atrium 5. Roof garden

First floor plan +15






Loading boats

First floor plan

6 meters elevation

Loading people

The Viewing platform













The translation of death

The cohesion of the people, and cherishable memory of their predecessors

Boats’ storage

Width, 25 meters river

A-A’ Section

03 Printing Cities_The Continuous Growing Urbanisum


Printing cities

The Continuous Growing Urbanism PRATT MS ARCHITECTURE CORE 2, 2013 FALL Advisor: thomas lesser

Flying Turbine

Printing track First, sea level rising in the future, lack of land, human being will live in a large place in the area ofReactor ​​sea level. Movable Power Fabrication system of 3D-printing Analysis of growong structure Material stroeroom city can not just rely on fundamental infrastructure, Typology dynamic of units arm while relying on large amounts ofRobotic hydrogen aircraft (Aeof 3D-Printing Transformative of growong structure ro-3Dfabrication Printing Machine); movement Analysis is rendering 3-dimenTypology of units 3d-printer use overlapping system to sionor strong mobile facilities and the construction pattens. On the prodcue flexible structure. Transformative fabrication Ocean, this project firstly create a place like archipelago of soil cultivation, farms, fisheries, and waste disposal, as well as other electrical infrastructure. The Aero-3D Printer performs act roller plastic recycling is caused by a mixture of soil and fungi, of rack which he is like a giant air supply devices. It is a portable eller industrial system.

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scenario of Printing city

Although the case study of 3d printing technology by oriented, however it establishes a future new form of urban design on the water. The material is a combination of natural and unnatural carried out the construction of the way through Printing track the system plastic and soil fungi breeding recovered. Fabrication of 3D-printing

regular formation


basic combination



shifting combination


rotating combination

single combination



regular formation


basic combination



shifting combination




Producing multiple density of structure, no assembling structure.Because of population growth in the future.


overlapped + extended combination


single combination

Masterplan of printing cities 1

rotating combination


multiple combination

overlapped + extended combination

single combination


multiple combination



overlapped + extended combination

single combination


multiple combination


3d-printer use overlapping system to prodcue flexible or strong structure.

Moreover, the future architecture can be built up with ecosystem, so the study of structural form, the project’s use of biological cellular structure. Because 3D-printing technology brings very fine manner to form a fibrous structure body huge Printingto spaces / building, but a porous cellular structure provide the unreshaping cities known/ ecological habitats. More also provides architectural Printing spaces reshaping cities respiratory and diversification. Has been intertwined nature Producing multiple density of structure, no ecosystems presents vertical and horizontal direction. So assembling of structure.Because of population growth in the future. it is not a building in printing cities but this project provides a well-designed system. Urban planning is composed of a series of prototype. The language of architectural form will not be exist, however, the consideration of form is connecting with nature and culture. However, this project represents spirit of utopia that it establishes the recycle system of urban. Traditional bee-hive structure/


multiple combination

Pathway of printing city

Moved-tracking of 3D printing machine

open space

Bee-hive structure studying open space


open space 1

open space

open space

Traditional bee-hive structure/ stablize form

open space open space

stablize form

A-A’ section 36

ecosystem of Printing city

Structural prototype of growing cities with 3D-Printing 33


overlapped + extended combination

04 Head In The Cloud_Form Follows Formula-Pratt GAUD Exhibition 2014


Head in the cloud

Form follows formula - Pratt GAUD Exhibition 2014

Design Team : Guanxi Chen,Yong - Chun Choi, Jeian Jeong, Minji Jung, Che - Chung Lin, Yung - Fu Lin, Peter Liu, Sao - Wei Lu, Kesra Mansuri, So Jung Nam, Gee - Ana Sanchez, Thea Sarkissian, Fei - Fei Song, Alaa Tarabzouni, Sean Whalen, Ryan Whitby Advisor: Michael Szivos

Architectural models are displayed on floating platforms suspended by an engineered surface. Behaving as both structural support and also a cloud-like filter, the underside of each base was created with cardboard tubes that guide visitors to specific locations where they can look into the interior. Once inside these viewing zones, the models are positioned at an elevated street level, while images of student work from spring 2013 to fall 2014 are arranged underneath, as if projected from the tubes. the work is packed together in clusters to demonstrate the variety and organic nature of how projects are produced within the school’s pedagogical system.







The hanging installation is made using customized laser cut mylar panels. This surface acts as one piece, only forming its final shape in tension through the weight of the model platforms. The bottom is clad in custom tyvek panels to obscure the models, encouraging exploration and engagement of visitors. The interior experience is not only a surprise, but a unique way to view the physical output of students in an isolated and continuous environment.











Form developmental process PLATFORM


installation detail interpretation 42 6”


05 Nomadic Watery Plazas_The Slow Movement With Sufficiency Of New York City


Nomadic Watery Plazas

The Slow Movement With Supply-Sufficiency of New York City PRATT MS ARCHITECTURE CORE 1, 2013 SUMMER ADVISOR: Philip Parker Program arrangement_02

Because of the site qualities and activities, This project intend to develop the food supplement system to integrate waterfront relaxing activities, agriculture and aquaculture produce; meanwhile, provides protective structure to protect the changeable waterfront. The entangle quality as the connection of each relative program. The reversed quality is utilized load bearing of fishery and agriculture as the green house to produce food. The issue of waterfront edge was impacted urban development and citizen’s lives. Natural disaster is changeable and unpredictable, therefore, through studying and simulation the wave dynamic change, I develop new structure and space of architecture that includes resilient and permeable qualities to accept the impact of tide change.

In this lever, through multiple open cavities to spread the natural sunlight, air and wind into the building; meanwhile use the reversed space quality that forms the agriculture and fishery program. It can steadily contain food supplement for this region in different season.

Northern part of building is a loading area for shipment and storage the food. Reconnecting the past function and present activities.

Boarding area

Fishery Agriculture

+400 PLAN Market


Rock climbing


The strategy of creating the resilient boundaries between land and water, The organic building attaches the piers to alleviate the impact of tide changing. Also arranging the entertainment activities, such as watery park,kayaking, restaurant and Fishery Market to bring new space experience for citizen. Extending the watery activities in the edge of city.


+1500 PLAN 1/1000

The Architecture, se space provides func from history, society and exterior of arch

As the architecture urban language. We quality of space in e text is unavoidable

Bending the rules

Display Facets / Folding Light Design Team: Che Chung Lin / Huseyin Kezer / Hyeyong Wang ADVISOR: Robert Cervellione / Pratt Institute / GAUD / Scripting and Form / Fall 2013 In our proposal, the idea is to make the walls present a lot more than what they can do by themselves. Thus we are trying to make this surface amount more to show more also manipulate the eye to see from the right angle all the times, so this starts from making angles, and combining them in a large scale to make it better. Also it can manipulate the light to lighten only some sides of the objects, and by using the reflective property of the surfaces we made the areas which are divided by the light. So we can also make mood differences on the same surface with our folds. We have chosen our place as the center of the room, and out project is hanging on the ceiling, because, it gives us total 2 surfaces to manipulate - ground, ceiling, which are the most important ones to manipulate the eye. Basically if we do not have ceiling we cannot understand the scale of the any kind of space without something to compare. In this project we wanted to show people what they should see, simply because, all of the exhibitions try to show something; and leaving it to the people might not be the best idea, so we create hot and cold areas to make people to see the right thing at the right time. Basically our project is to manipulate people’s perception in an exhibition.

06 Bending The Rules_Display Facets / Folding Light


07 City Restting_Taichung City Center


CITY RESETTING_Taichung City Center

Through deconstruction the cinematic plots to reorganize commercial programs of compacted city Tunghai university, Bachelor of Architecture core Studio,2007 Fall Swimming pool for voyeurs

Taichung Seventh Readjustment Area is the Business Development Center in Taichung. Department stores, motels, condos, and green lands the fill up here. Bring residents and tourists realism in the end is what is to explore the design of such an environment.

Book store

A visual opening swimming pool satisfied popele who intend to exhibit their body and self-confident.


First part I choose the statement that “ The Butterfly Effect”, through deconstruction of movie set up the functional evolution of story. Seemingly individual and separate individual but is a chain of relations. To establish the diagram to demonstrate the connection in this movie.






ng lot


A-A’ Section

Second part I used the concept of first part to find this kind of condition. Therefore, I choose this Area and insert the concept into a complex business building; meanwhile, reinforcing the conception of movie to the realistic environment. To seek the way of reorganization in the origin urban system.

Street mall Shopping mall combined with urban landscape to created the opening-box space. Connecting nature and city vision.

Parking lot Street mall B


B-B’ Section Park


Vertical green lung


Through vertical space connected natural park and unnatural parking lot. Merging space provided people enjoy the landscape in the building.

ize the


nt Center in Taichung. re. Bring residents and an environment.


onstruction of movie set parate individual but is connection in this movie.

efore, I choose this Area ile, reinforcing the conception nization in the origin urban system.

Parking lot


Park Parking lot



C-C’ Section


Green tunnel

08 Urban Mending_Convenient Store 7-Eleven

Food court

Shopping mall

Bus stand

7-Eleven convenient store


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Urban mending_Convenient Store 7-Eleven




Revived the desert mall and integrated local commerce

path Bus driving

Tunghai university, Bachelor of Architecture core Studio,2007 Spring

Tunghai residential area is typical around the university community, which developed between 1975 to 1985. It is named the specific region of Taichung Harbor. But unfortunately, mass structure cause this area becoming over-crowed A and decreasing the quality of life.



This site was a popular in 1984, it was discarded ten years age. The reason is that the square of mall was sat far from commercial street. Besides, there are occupied this place. Thus, this area was disordered, scuzzy and unsafe.


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Second floor plan

2 5 After observing the environment of Tunghai residential, the facade of1building on the street does not so important because of the scale of street. The shop sign replaced the facade of buildings. In addition, students went to campus till night. Therefore, my strategy was reinforcing the light at night to attract the students coming here. Moreover it can increase the safety for the people waiting the bus. Re-structured area became the bright zone for users.

1. Bus stand 2. Food courts 3. Platform 4. Green tunnel 5. 7-Eleven convenient store 6. Shopping mall 6

1 2

First floor plan

2 1. Bus stand 2. Food courts 5 3. Platform 4. Green tunnel 1 convenient store 5. 7-Eleven 6. Shopping mall (old building) 45





09 Urban Forest_Taichung Tech Mall Sport Club Center


Urban forest_ Taichung Tech Mall Sport Club Center

Through developed vertical mixed use programs and horizontal square to create healthy spaces in the city Tunghai university, Bachelor of Architecture core Studio,2006 Fall The site is located between Taichung Industrial Region and Taichung Tech Center of western Taichung. Thus, the form strategy of sport club is considering the symbolize of landmark, and including many different sports function for customers living nearby here. The space strategy is inducing the natural sun-light into interior.

01 Golf throwout court 01 Golf throwout court

Meanwhile, making the interaction of public space and privacy space. Because, the traditional gym in Taichung is usually hided in the basement or without natural sunlight and fresh air. Hence, to create the outdoor space in the high building for people is the main point of view in this case. In addition, using the solar power is another function in this project. The facade combined the solar power plate to create the various shadow to interior, and present the interested facade in this region.

02 Basketball court

Solar panel

02 Basketball court

Floor explosion

Through absorbing sunlight in the daylight provides the illumination at night and warm up the water for needed.




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Part I - City Lighthouse



Through vertical sports club in this area present the health status and produces the self-efficient power by sunlight.

6F PLAN 12. Bowling alley 13. Table tennis room

7F PLAN 14. Spa room for women 15. Aerobic room 16. Massage room

8F PLAN 17. Shower room for men 18. Shower room for women 19. Golf simulator

RF PLAN 19. Golf throwout court 20. Spa room for men 21. Outdoor balcony



B - B’ Section

2F PLAN 5. Cafe 6. Balcony of basketball court 7. Generator room

3F PLAN 8. Gym 9. Squash court

4F PLAN 10. Basketball court 11. Squash court

5F PLAN 10. Basketball court 11. Squash court +1950

B - B’ Section +1600



1F PLAN 1. Lobby 2. Basketball court 3. Office 4. Parking lot



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Swimming pool








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Parking lot


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02 02

AA- -A’A’ Section Section B B

BB- -B’B’ Section Section

10 Appendix_Work Projects



Condo competition Taichung, Taiwan

Facade Design of Condo Hsinchu, Taiwan

01 01/ King-San You Enterprise HOUSING +OFFICE, 2013 02/ Landscape Design of Condo, 2011 03/ Condo competition, 2010

King 04/San-You Facade design of condo, 2011 Housing project Chunghua, Taiwan






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