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Linghui Zhang Landscape Architecture Portfolio 2012-2017

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CONTENT 03 BOAT CITY

NEW RIVERINE WORKS FOR COLUMBUS

15 CONVERGENCE

MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT

23 HYDRO-TENSION POWER LINE

STRATEGIES FOR NON-POINT-SOURCE-POLLUTION

31 OTHER WORKS


NAME

LINGHUI ZHANG

D.O.B.

08/25/1993

CONTACT

zhang.7281@osu.edu 614-404-8716


BOAT CITY 2016 Spring Studio Instructor: Paula Meijerink, Jacob Mitchell Location: Columbus, Ohio

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RIVER AS A VALUABLE RESOURCE Flowing across the whole city, the Scioto River is like an artery, connecting different parts of the city together and also becomes the bound between human and their surroundings. Therefore, it provides valuable opportunities for people to explore the city from the perspective from the river, enabling people to experience both the urban and natural landscape, observe both the history and development of the city in a single journey.

NATURAL LANDSCAPE

URBEN LANDSCAPE

HISTORICAL MEMORIAL

DEVELOPEMENT

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THE LEVEE To protect people from flood, the levee was built. However, the connection between the river and people is also broken. It becomes a barrier, block out the great scenery and prevent people from getting close to the river.

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BRING THE RIVER BACK TO PEOPLE'S LIFE

A new way of living is peoposed in the design. To build up a close relationship between people and the water through the boat, making it easier to use the boat as a recreational tool as well as a means of transportation.

In this proposal, all interventions facilitate a close connection with water, includes two kinds of waterways, one is dedicated to public use and the other is for private residents.

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1. Tunnel Entrance 2. Overlook 3. Recreational Deck 4. Boat Drive through 5. Service Center 6. Marina 7.Boat Storage 8. Parking 9. Residential Building 10. Residential Life Center 11. Dock 12. Riparian Path


Recreational Deck

Boat Drive Through

Service Center

PUBLIC AMENITY Section 1-1

Section 2-2


Out Look

Flood Control Gate

Tunnel

Planting Bed

Over Look

Upper Path

Lower Path


RESIDENTIAL AREA

Section 4-4

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Riparian Path

Boat Storage

Residential

Section 3-3


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Resident Life Center

Lower Path

Upper Path

Public Gathering

Dock and Planting Bed


The public wharf provide accesibility for people to park the car, launch and store the boat. smaller space is used for kayak storage and rental.

From Parking Parking Lot

From Rental Center

ADA Ramp Boat Launch Stairs

Dock Parking Lot

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The water court yard in the residential area allows people to interact closely with water, providing adjustable docks for recreation and convenient access to launch the kayaks.

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CONVERGENCE 2018 ULI Competition Location: Toronto, Canada Mentor: Brian Bernstein, Bhakti Bania, Dan Gore, Dna Mayer, Joanne Shelly Team Member: Ruchi Agarwal, Lawrence Servis, Williams Ben, Rachel Smith

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Convergence is a vibrant, prosperous, and resilient community where all facets of the city come together epitomizing the ideal of Toronto, which means “a meeting place�. At Convergence, the urban form of Toronto seamlessly blends with the surrounding residential, commercial, and historic neighborhoods as well as with natural systems of the Don River. It is a place where the rich multicultural population of the city can gather to live, work, play and thrive.

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University of Toronto - St. George Campus

SITE

The Distillery Historic District

Downtown Toronto

CN Tower

Cherry Beach

Exsiting Circulation

Proposed Circulation

Existing Land Use

Landscaping & Water Management

Residential Employment Industrial Mixed-use Proposed Rezoning

Interor Circulation

Convergent Nodes


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1 Corktown Commons 2 Pedestrian & bike bridge 3 Mixed-use residential 4 Green roof 5 Relief-line station 6 Multi-activity area 7 Mixed use residential 8 Pedestrian & bike path 9 Hotel 10 Residential 11 Retail, Office 12 Retail, Office 13 Pedestrian Bridge 14 Central Plaza 15 Mixed-use residential 16 Mixed-use residential 17 Transit Hub 18 Access from Transit Hub 20 Converge Coffee Company 21 Rain gardens 22 Grocery Store, Clinic

OFFICE RESIDENTIAL STOREFRONT PARKING


135,000 SF of green roofs to reduce stormwater runoff

Underground Eco-Tanks storage to store flood water and stormwater runoff

Silva Cells to maintain porosity of soils

Rain gardens and bioswales treat stormwater and help replenish aquifer

CONVERTIBLE PARKING DESIGN

CURRENT

FUTURE

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ASSEMBLE: Years 1-4 Total development cost C$654,110,931 Market Rental

381,182 SF

Office

991,073 SF

Parking

725,058 SF

Hotel

0 SF

Affordable Rental

38,118 SF

Retail

95,296 SF

Restaurant

95,296 SF

CONNECT: Years 5-7 Total development cost C$642,772,400 Market Rental

821,819 SF

Office

991,073 SF

Parking

0 SF

Hotel

282,500 SF

Affordable Rental

107,727 SF

Retail

77,045 SF

Restaurant

102,727 SF

UNITE: Years 8-10 Total development cost C$654,110,931 Market Rental

51,323 SF

Office

456,202 SF

Parking

57,148 SF

Hotel

0 SF

Affordable Rental

5,703 SF

Retail

0 SF

Restaurant

5,703 SF

UNLEVERAGED IRR

31%

LEVERAGED IRR

55%

CURRENT SITE VALUE

C$102,052,060 20

PROJECTED SITE VALUE

C$5,061,840,083


NADIA, 38 TAKES TRAIN DOWNTOWN TO WORK, HAS 2 KIDS

KIM, 23 WORKS IN PORT LANDS, BIKES EVERYWHERE

“Direct transit connection to downtown is a gift. I can now balance my career and family more effectively.”

“I used to live in the suburbs. Biking to work and access to amenities was demanding so I moved here. The affordable rents make it possible.”

BARBARA, 65 RETIRED, HOMEOWNER “I love that everything I need is right at my doorstep. Plus, my family loves to come visit because there’s always something going on!”

LIZ, 30 WORKS AT AMAZON IN EAST HARBOR, ENJOYS NIGHTLIFE “I come with my love the with the

here for happy hour team all the time. We the rooftop bars here great view of the Don River.”

ANDRE & DANIEL, MID-30s OWN A SMALL CAFE IN THE PLAZA

VEER, 56 WORKS HERE, SHOPS FOR FOOD ON THE WAY HOME

“This is a great place to open a cafe. People from all walks of life visit and its lively yearround.”

“It’s wonderful to go down to the store after work, buy a thing, drink coffee, walk around and then go back home.”


HYDRO-TENSION POWER LINE 2017 Fall Studio Instructor: Forbes Lipschitz, Halina Steiner Location: Bluffton, Ohio

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PLAN 1ďźš500 Bikepath Walkway Collection Ditch Aeration Terraces Grassed Waterway(Nitrification) Underground Gravel Cell(Denitrification)

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Sunbath Deck and Wooden Seating

Observation Window

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Light Poles

Corn Field

‘Luminophores’ Particles of Phosphor

Bikepath During The Night

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OTHER WORKS

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ABSTRACT MODELS

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INTERNSHIP WORKS

17th Street Underpass IMPROVEMENT, Columbus, Ohio

LINDEN COMMUNITY REGENERATION

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TRADITIONAL CHINESE GARDEN DESIGN

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SKETCHES AND PAINTINGS

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THANK YOU


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