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LI XIANGYU PORTFOLIO

2008 - 2015


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Infinite Mini World

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Dementia Nursing Home in Amsterdam Noord (Graduation Project)

MERMORIAL of Modernism

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Post-War Moderinsm Musuem and Memorial in Halle

PATTERN of Library

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Reconstruction of Tilburg factory

ORIGIN of Theater

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The student activity center in TJP University

REVIVAL of Facade Office tower and commercial complex

Professional Works Bauhaus Museum Competition IT Campus in Fuzhou Ammo Hotel in Sanya

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Infinite Mini World Dementia Nursing Home in Amsterdam Noord

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Graduation Project in TU Delft Supervisor: Mechthild Stuhlmacher, Eireen Schreurs, Maarten Meijs

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Site Plan

Urban Position The site stands at the corner point of the 1930’s neighbourhood, which becomes vague in urban forms with later expansion.The building complex closes up the corner of the 1930’s neighbourhood, transforming the former parking plot exposed to the road into a defined urban space.

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Church Kindergarten

The building volumns are oriented in relation to the existing buildings and trees, a series of open space linked in an infinite loop.

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Urban Presence The enclosure forms a continuous street facade around the corner. The goup of old and new buildings presents as a analogious complex.

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Ground Floor Plan

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1. gate and entering sequnce 2. church front square 3. hall 4. “cloister“ of dwellings 5. kindergarten garden 6. long garden 7. restaurant entrance

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Church Front Square The square in front of the church is part of the urban space, with cafe and restaurant around, providing places and occasions for the enconters between the residents and community.

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Transitions The transition between the front and back cortyards suggests sequnce and heirarchy within the complex. The visual axsis goes through the two cortyards, with access upward and forward on its left and right.

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View towards Staircase

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Cortyard of Dwellings

The cloister-like cortyard is surrounded by dwellings, with flowerbeds and fountain in the middle. The human-scaled inner facades consist of bay windows and balconies.

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This long cortyard is a more private back yard, at the back side of the school and the church. The flowerbeds and the pavement hold different buildings together.

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1. Roof Construction

vapour barrier

sheet metal with PV manbrane

limebrick masonry 110mm

heat collection pipes 8mm

render 10mm

ventilation cavity 40mm load bearing ribs 30x30mm

4. Slab Construction

waterproof manbrane

floor tile 15mm

tail board 40mm

Screed with underfloor heating 60mm

Kerto-Ripa roof elements with insolation infill 160mm

Impact sound insulation 40mm

fireproof layer 40mm

chippings (drainage layer) 50mm

plywood double beam 80x280 mm

hollowcore conceret slab 200mm vapour barrier

2. Slab Construction concrete flags 20mm

insolation layer 150mm waterproof manbrane

chippings (drainage layer) 50mm

5. Ventilation duct

waterproof manbrane

6. Wood blinds

insolation layer 100mm

7. Curtainwall structure

vapour barrier

8. Flower bed

in situ conceret slab with pre-cast elements 250mm 3. Wall Construction clay brick masonry 110mm ventilation cavity 40mm waterproof manbrane insolation layer 100mm

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Bedroom on first (up) and ground (down) floor

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Public Livingroom on First Floor

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Memorial

of Modernism

Name of project: Post-War Modernism Museum in Halle Location: Halle, Germany Individual Academic Work 8th semester, February, 2014 Supervisor: Micha de Haas micha@michadehaas.nl

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Modernism in Context

The site is at the entrance of the largest Post-War Modernist new city, the Neustadt,which is highly distinguishable in urban fabric compareed with the Halle old city.

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Neustadt, 1960 AD.

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Halle, 806 AD.

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Modernism in Composition

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Extensive Square There are certain principles in the co,position of modern architecture, with extensive ‘windmill‘ geometry. Like in Chandigarh, centrality is often represented as a square with extensions, dominating the mega scale complex.

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Routing beyond Modernism The windmill geometry in the routing of modern architecture is represented in the memorial, but in three-dementional composition. The height difference from the road to the site is considered, leading half floor up or down towards public and private functions.

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Section B-B Upward Exhbition Route

Section C-C Downward Education Route

Section C-C Downward Education Route

Section A-A Atrium and Library

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Modernism in Fragements The image of the memorial is a juxtaposition of meaningless contempery pannel facing and representational modernist elements.

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PATTERN of Library

Name of project: Reconstruction of factory in Tilburg Location: Tilburg, the Netherlands Individual Academic Work 8th semester, December, 2013 Supervisor: Mechthild Stuhlmacher m.stuhlmacher@tudelft.nl

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Library Typology

A library is a pattern defined by its function. The typology of bookshelves, stairs, and corridors happened when necessary, rendering itself a pure result of its own logic.

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city side

railway factory

Crane structure in the factory

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station


Gravity: Hanging and Laying The crane structure in the factory is designed to bear the dynamic load of carrying train engines, strong enough to hold the hanging boxes. A single floor platform lays on the ground, without reinforcement of the current floor. The space is filled with tension of hanging and laying structure, of gravity and non-gravity expression.

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hanging bookshelf box

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stairs & instoration

atrium hall reading platform

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hanging box

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View on reading platform

2nd Floor Plan

Long Section

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cafe and book bar

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1, curtain wall between 2 halls

11, roof with sky light

2, joint connecting box to rail

12, ventialtion pipes (air in)

3, timber sleeper walls

13, ventialtion pipes (air out)

4, steel hanging stairs 5, timber spiral stairs 6, integrated shelf in wall-beam structure 7, hollow floor and beam structure 8, doors to lengthways corridor 9, black timber floating floor

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10, original floor

storage and installation

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Bookshelfs in box

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ORIGIN of Theater

Name of project: The student activity centre Location: Tianjin, China Individual Academic Work 8th semester, March, 2012 Supervisor: Dr. Sheng Qiang shengqiang1234@hotmail.com

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Waterfront

It is human nature to step down from stairs to get close to the water. As all the shores of the lake are abrupt straight banks, the stratage of the north shore is to create public steps towards the water and sunshine, a place where the students can really enjoy the lake view.

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Auditorium

The basic geometric feature that defines a theater is the centralized steps. The semi-eclosed place gives a sence of actor and audience characters, and stimulates gatherings and shows.

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Public Gallery

The gallery under the slope provides a flat and open space, an extension of the public realm. The prototype of the gallery is a historical reference of the plaza before a Greek amphitheatre, allowing spontaneous social life and club activities on campus.

Amphitheatre

The steps of waterfront forms a grandstand towards the lake, a natural expression of publicity. The curves of the steps generates a gathering and focusing tendance of audience.

Professional Theatre

The broad grandstand gives a theatre feeling, defining a territory of performance of all kinds. The inserted boxes set several sections on the wide steps, defining the professional theatres in the boxes and the informal theatres between the boxes.

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Inside the Box Formal theatres

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Outside the Box Informal theatres

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REVIVAL

of Facade

Name of project: Office Tower and Commercial Complex Location: Tianjin, China Individual academic work 7th semester, October, 2012 Supervisor: Prof. Bian Hongbin bianyr01@126.com

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Detachment of Facade

Facade Paradox

Tower-podium typology

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Reversal of atrium

Facade as public space


Strip the Facade

As the scale of the high-rise buildings leads to unavoidable detachment of surface and solid, A reversed typology is generated, making the facade of the building a intermedia of the interior-exterior communication.

Tense surface forms a coherent space

Volume of public space

Interrelation between mass and skin

Vertical circulation

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Internal and External

Plaza The facade opens to the plaza, forms a colonnade space with street furniture, a semi-outdoor space interacts with the plaza.

Bus Station A passage connects the bus station with the inner plaza, providing direct access to the office tower and the commercial podium.

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In-between The tense surface covering all 3 volumes forms a continuous variable section space, as the facade of the building. Unlike the atriums in the shopping mall, the surface space is closely related to the real world, manifesting the activities inside the building.

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Bauhaus Museum in Dessau

Location: Dessau, Germany Status: Competition Partners: Chiyu Li, Rui Wang May 2015, 2 weeks

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A Platform of Bauhaus

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First Floor

Section B-B

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Elevation East

Section A-A

A Platform of Bauhaus The proposal is to define the territory for the museum from the broad open space, a space of significance and identity. A grand lifted platform was positioned on the park, bringing visitors from all directions to the front of the museum. The sequence starts from the outside, with a series of walls extending to the interior, using interactive media to represent a fragment of Bauhaus Arts.

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IT Compus

Office: Latitude Studio Location: Fujian, China Status: Design Development Team: Manuel N. Zornoza, Jorge Cortes de Castro, Andrea Ramos Rodríguez, Huseyin Emek, Lucía Bravo Guinea, Phyo Yanadar Oo, Sean Gao, Yann Quan http://www.latitudestudio.eu/portfolio/it-campus/

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Ammo Hotel in Sanya

Office: Latitude Studio Location: Hainan, China Status: Schemetic Design Team: Manuel N. Zornoza, Jorge Cortes de Castro, Andrea Ramos RodrĂ­guez, LucĂ­a Bravo Guinea http://www.latitudestudio.eu/portfolio/hotel-ammo/

Yuyuanlu Art Complex

Office: Latitude Studio Location: Shanghai, China Status: Schemetic Design Team: Manuel N. Zornoza, Lihui Sim

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Lixiangyu selected works  

Selected works in master and bachelor.

Lixiangyu selected works  

Selected works in master and bachelor.

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