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PORTFOLIO 2005-2010 | 2010-2013 | 2013-2014 | 2014-2015

MINGLU ZHENG

www.luluzheng.com mlzheng1031@gmail.com 110 west 76th street new york, ny 10023


FLOATING NYMPHÉAS Xixi Leisure Center is one of the 12 buildings located in an ar t and culture compound in Xixi National Wetland Park, a cluster architecture commissioned to 12 Chinese architects by Hangzhou city government. This project is for a spa and community center, the intention of the project was to establish an experiential relationship between a group of buildings and the context. Using natural feathers of overlapping leaves to constitute a system that could orgnize verticle traffic experiences effectly, meanwhile, creating comfortable leisure public spaces. Location: Xixi National Wetland Park, Hangzhou, PRC Client: Hangzhou Government Building Area: 6300sqm Design Phase: 2008/1—2009/7 Construction Phase: Construction(to be completed 2015) Architect: DnA_Design and Architecture Design Team: TT Xu, ML Zheng, L Li, T Wang, G Elliott ML Zheng's Role: Project Leader: Original concept, coordination of design team, engineers and contractors in schematic development, structural studies.

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The tiny Thumelina woke up very early in the morning, and when she saw where she was she began to cry bitterly; for no every side of the great green leaf was water, and she could not get to the land.

FLOATING WATER LILY LEAVES The format and organization of leaves leads an outdoor promenade from the paths up to roof terraces discovering small water lily ponds, eventually unveiling the wetland to a panoramic view from above. A pause on these leaves might evoke a déjà vu, a fantasy traced back thousands years ago from our ancestors’ believes, that after years and years of intense mental and physical training, we, human beings, are able to pause upon water, light as a fur, alert as a dragonfly, meditating the breeze and aroma in our nature. 04


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The leisure center will house leisure function as open and continuous circulation on ground level and sunken into activity pools imitating paths and ponds of wetland topography, while on second level, spedicalized SPA rooms become individual spaces, like the thumbnail floating in water lily leaves, carried by leisure circulation underneath.


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RELATIONSHIPS OF AMBIGUITY The public spaces get their charachter after their proximity to the context, creating more layers and inbetween spaces, graduating to private from edge and inside. It creates overlapping and continiously fluent spaces. We sense limitation and limitless of space at the same time, closure and aperture giving a curious sense of distance. Loose relation to context and blurred border. 08


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STACKED COURTYARDS The National Sinology Center acts not only as an academic institute, but more importantly as a display window communicating the originality of Guoxue(Sinology), with a critical mission of preserving and spreading knowledge. The concept has raised t wo cr ucial problems in regards to the design. Firstly, research has determined that" Guoxue" has encountered a stage facing a critical crisis genetically Theturns National Sinology Center acts not only asit has been out to be commercialized. Secondly, an academic institute, but more as traditional problematic to express and importantly evaluate the a display window the originality Chinese spiritcommunicating while the manifestation of such topics of Guoxue(Sinology), with a critical mission of that are has turned into incomprehensive fantasies preserving knowledge. The center most ofand the spreading time remote from everyday life. The project, which is located in the national Olympic plays the role of the most important ritual device,center, has provided opportunities these issues. which challenges the designto tosolve analyze disposition possibilities and the implication of the abstract oriental spirit. Location: Olympic Park, Beijing, PRC Client: State Council, PRC Building Area: 70000sqm upground 50000sqm, underground 20000sqm Design Phase: 2011 Architect: URBANUS Design Team: H Wang, G Hao, ML Zheng, HY Zhao, H Jennifer ML Zheng's Role: Project Leader: Oringinal concept, co-ordination of design team, structural studies and drawing.

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URBANIZED SINOLOGY National sinology center will become the engine of contemporary urban culture, the platform of connection between Chinese tradition and real life. It brings the Chinese ancient spirit, the ideal world hidden in the nature to the central areas of Beijing, and by the means of " hidding the secret in front of public", create a cultural center in which we could be preaching enlightening and deliberating the Chinese ancient philosophy, which is called urbanized Chinese sinology center.

Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall

Beijing Railway Station

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LOGICAL SPACES The design concept is to translate the inner spirit of "Sinology" into an urbanized background. The open floor plan at the ground floor has mingled the generic urban lifestyle with exhibition and educational spaces, leading the flow of pedestrian traffic upwards which emphasizes the physical and metaphorical transition between chaotic urban scenes to sublimantion personal experience. The scenes along the journey are carefully constructed via clear logical architectural spaces: the void spaces have a frame and tanon structure elaborating the "blankness" and " meditative" spirit lingering in traditional Chinese architecture. 20


The space on the ground floor and underground level blends in with the daily life. It houses a combination of art, literature, commercial and recreational activities.

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1. calligraphy school 2. minister hall 3. chinese civilization palace 4. civilization palace hall 5. water patio 6. yiniantang 7. temporary exhibition hall 8. traditional culture forum 9. vip hall 10. ancients hall 11. small show room 12. office room 13. guoxue theatre 14. entrance hall 15. guoxue trainning center 16. guoxue experience 17. guoxue lecture 18. bus parking space 19. vip parking space 20. underground garage

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OLD FACTORY REDEVELOPMENT Under the process of urban renewal ,the redevelopment of shanghai jiading mill factory is about creating a mutifunctional industral park that is fit for economic development and keep the original city memory and historical context. The specificity of the layout and architectral language of original factory space brings great possibility of revolution, leading us to design a public space with modern industries and an image as the new landmark of Jiading old town. Location: Jiading District, Shanghai, PRC Client: Jiading Shanghai Investment Co. Floor Area: 43137sqm Design Phase: 2011 Construction Phase: Under Construction Architect: UBANUS Design Team: H Wang, ML Zheng, T Wang, Z Zhang ML Zheng's Role: Project leader: Oringinal concept, co-ordination of design team, enginners and contractors in schematic development, structural studies and drawing.

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EXISTING CONDITIONS & CHALLENGES Oringinal Shanghai textile mill located in the south of Jiading old town, next to the moat, which is a very important position. As the development of Jiading old town, the main challenge of the project lies in maintianing the original urban memories and historical context, while creating a comprehensive industrial park. 1 how to integrate with the existing urban fabric 2 how to introduce new programs to activate the factory area 3 how to create a cultural landmark in the old town 31


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insulating glass curtain wall (exposed frame) openable hidden frame insulating glass curtain wall (exposed frame) insulated aluminum alloy glass curtain frame

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VEIL FOR THE NEW METROPLIS Situated at the junction of Chang'an Avenue and East Third Ring Road, the store occupies the two story podium of the China World Trade Center.The store has a seventy-meter long facade front, designed to catch attention along Chang'an Avenue. The design takes advantage of the long facade to create different experiences for viewers at different distances and travelling at different speeds. Location: Chang'an Avenue, Beijing, PRC Client: Louis Vuitton Malletier Design Phase: 2011 Architect: URBANUS Collaborators: THISMEDIA Design Team: H Wang, ML Zheng, Deborah A. Richards Minglu's Role: Oringinal concept, coordination of design team, schematic development.

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The world trade center is located in Beijing east Changan avenue and east sanhuan road junction, which is the capital of eastern Beijing's transportation hub. This area is frequently loaded with heavy vehicular and pedestrian traffic. The facade design is in response to the slowing down in the speed of movement, captivating people's attention as they pass the store.

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Public Traffic

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Bicycle Transportation Pedestrian Traffic

Taking public transportation cause congestion, result in a large number of buses stop for long time.

the surge of the vehicle number leads to a road traffic jam. as the compounds of commercial network and the schools and companies, traffic gets more serious.

people riding bicycel & motorcycle do not obey the traffic role, causing the increasing of traffic.

some walking people walk on the road instead of using the overpass or underpass leading chaos order.


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An array of patterned glass creats a volume that modulates light and information

SURFACE TO DEPTH, STATIC TO DYNAMIC Using an array of patterned glass to creat a volume that modulates light and information, to articulate Louis Vuitton's heritage in an innovative way, to extend the artistic and architectural dimension of Louis Vuuitton, to contribute to the city with an urban installation. 44


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DYNAMIC PATTERN A pattern composed of Louis Vuitton logle is applied to each pane. The "damier" pattern is gradually dissolved into smaller scales in order to enhance the visual effect. The angle and size of the varying panes make the overlapping image appear three dimensional. The glass panes gradually rotate to create varying levels of overlap. This magically transforms the static Louis Vuitton pattern into a visual dynamic effect. The architecture is enlivened by the viewer's changing perspective. An interactive relationship is created between the building and the viewer. 46


The illuminated volume acts as an 87M wide lantern prominent

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The general light system supports a homogeneous lighting condition

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The upper part of the glass panes are hung by an independant structure beneath the existing third floof beams.The body of the panel is perforated with circularholes to minimize the lateral wind load. The lower part of the glass panes are stabilized by two members:1. within each column bay, a tensile cable ties every panel nd brings the load to the column through compression struts.2. hinge fittings anchor the end of the panel to the wall structure.

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DYNAMIC SOCIAL LIFE Adaptive space + Breathable facade Professor: David Benjamin, Ali H. Brivanlou Date: 2013.9-2013.12

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dynamic social life Biological Experiment / Rockefeller Research Building, Rockefeller University, 10/25/2013

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Life today is ever-changing and incredibly dynamic: both physically and spirtually. Our feelings and behaviors are ever moving, shifting, and our architecture should be able to respond to these dynamics. Inspired by biological phenomena and logic, this project aims to illustrate how the “interior network of social places� of a building can mold and change its architectural form and function.

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Social Life Needs RNA processing Ribosome & translation Mitochonadria Peroxisome Secretion & vesicle transport

Metabolism & amino acid biosynthesis

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Protein folding & glycosylation Cell wall biosynthesis Cell polarity & morphogenesis DNA replication & repair Mitosis & chr. segregation Nuclear migration & protein degradation Chromatin & transcriptiom Nuclear-cytoplasmic transport

Network of Social Spaces Inspired by cell signalling network system, try to transform this to social spaces network of a bulding. The signal sent in an ambryo implies the people living inside of a builidng. People’s behaviors in the public spaces desides the position and volume of social centers, and the relationship between social centers during the time mode and change its architectual form and functions, forming dynamic social netwok.

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UNIT- Unité d’Habitation 5 points narrate Fort Lee Housing 2014 Professor: Michael Bell , TA: Zak Kostura Date: 2014.01 - 2014.05 Inspired by deep analysis of Unité d’Habitation and Le Corbusier’s 5 points, this project aims to illustrate what is the new defination of “5 points” and how it could be reflected on the the module apartment design and site planning in different scales. More so how are new house as housing models reliant on a deep array of public resources in infrastructure that the Unité partially provided.

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Unit- UnitÊ d’Habitation Interlocking apartment shows the one direction flow of people from public space to private space.

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Through GSA to analyse all the elements in one apartment as a one complex structure, figuring out how the gravity and wind loading flow inside the space. 72


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Unit- UnitÊ d’Habitation 3D interlocking Apartment By transforming the original 2d interlocking apartment to 3d, both vertically and horizontally, making the new stable structure and verious circulation between spaces.

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The verhical and people circulations are seperated by the artificial platforms vertically but keep continuous through the west residential part to the east park horizontally.

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CHINA YARD HOUSE OF LIGHT A small villa renovation for a client who owns national lighting company. The design intent was to keep all the main structure, and to form a synthesis by abstracting Song Dynasty principles into new contemporary space to be used as screen partitions for physical separation yet visual connection and thus promoting layered spaces of tranquility and serenity to counter the bustle of urban life in olden capital city Wuhan. Location: Wuhan, PRC Design Phase: 2015/1—2015/8 Architect: OLI Architecture.PLLC Design Team: Hiroshi Okamoto, ML Zheng Minglu's Role: Oringinal concept, coordination of design team, engineers and contractors in schematic development, schematic development, construction drawings.

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HAI DAO SAC ART MUSEUM The SAC Museum situated in the new Central Business District of Hainan will be a new cultural beacon anchoring the Haidao Silk Cultural Art Park development. The museum comprised of several draped pieces of silk “fabric,” sits majestically facing the new main planning avenue and the Central Green Spine of the new CBD. The weave of the facade “fabric” expressed by the use of varying textures of colored concrete, polished stone and glass, highlights and accentuates the “drape” and cur vature of the building skin animated by the viewer’s changing vantage and the movement of the sun.

Location: Haikou, PRC Building Area: 2000sqm Design Phase: 2014Construction Phase: CD Phase Architect: OLI Architecture.PLLC Design Team: Hiroshi Okamoto, Dongshin Lee, ML Zheng ML Zheng's Role: interior design, exhibition design, coordination of design team, engineers and contractors in schematic development, SD drawings


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BUDDHISM THEATER NATIONAL COMPETITION Location: Huangmei, Hubei province, PRC Building Area: 4000sqm Design Phase: 2015Construction Phase: SD Architect: OLI Architecture.PLLC Design Team: Hiroshi Okamoto, Bing Lin, ML Zheng ML Zheng's Role: concept design, interior design, exhibition design, coordination of design team, engineers and contractors in schematic development, renderings

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KUNSHAN CULTURE ART CENTER PLANNING FEASIBILITY STUDY REPORT Kunshan as a satellite city in the south east side of greater Suzhou region adjacent to Shanghai, is home for many great artists, poets and thinkers though out it’s two thousand years of history. Our feasibility study brings in urban development from the culture aspect. From analysis the existing to suggest the future, we have come up with a concept of Culture Hub including Kunshan Mu- seum, Kunshan Art Museum, Kunshan Urban Planning Museum and Kunshan Civic Art center.

Location: Kunshan, PRC Building Area: 28000sqm Design Phase: 2015Construction Phase: SD Architect: OLI Architecture.PLLC Design Team: Hiroshi Okamoto, Bing Lin, Dongshin Lee, ML Zheng ML Zheng's Role: concept design, exhibition design, coordination of design team, engineers and contractors in schematic development, SD drawings, renderings


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In humid climates, instead of a big building, the building is best broken into smaller parts to increase ventilation and increase the building surface area to prevent heat accumulation inside.

In humid climates, instead of a big building, the building is best broken into smaller parts to increase ventilation and increase the building surface area to prevent heat accumulation inside.

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UNFORBIDDEN CITY The “(Un)Forbidden City” is Alessi new metaproject that aims at exploring the potential of Chinese product design. Alessi has invited 7 best renowned Chinese architects who for the first time ever have been asked to tackle an industrial design project and to give their own interpretation of one of Alessi’s most typological archetype: the tray. The concept is inspired of the conceptial reversal of forbidden city - natural landscape, and try to interpret by the functional and elegant tray product. Client: Alessi Design Phase: 2011 Architect: URBANUS Design Team: H Wang, ML Zheng Minglu's Role: Oringinal concept, coordination of design team, schematic development.

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BABBLE The project is aim to design a portable furniture prototype which could be used as both the bag and table for people to carry out for picnic. "BABBLE" means bag and table at the same time, by using rhino and grasshopper to analyse the angle of each piece of wood to make sure it could stay stablely which is a combination of parametric and practical design. Institute: Columbia University GSAPP Tutor: Mark Bearak, Brigette Borders Design Phase: Sep.2013 - Oct.2013 Duration: 4 weeks

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3D ELEPHANT

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PAINTING Acrylic & Ink on board

SCRIPTING ZEBRA

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HANDS

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FORBIDDEN FRUIT

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SKETCH Pencil on board

BACK

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BALLET

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Rabbit

Rooster

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Pencil

Pencil


12 Chinese Zodiac Series

SNAKE

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Pencil

HORSE

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Pencil

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