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YINING LU Rm 743, 500 Riverside Drive, NY 10027 • 929-301-0437 • yl4004@columbia.edu

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EDUCATION: May. 2018-May.2019 Columbia University, New York The Master of Science degree in Advanced Architectural Design Sep. 2012-Dec.2018 Tongji University, Shanghai Bachelor of Architecture General GPA: 3.58/4.00 Aug. 2016-Sep.2016 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo Summer Architecture Course Credits earned: 3 credits, Grade: excellent

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE:

CONTENTS UTOPLAYGROUND

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Playground and Kindergarten

Urban Deisgn

Grocery Market and Residential Building Complex

May. 2017 SKIDMORE,OWINGS & MERRILL, Shanghai Intern Architect, part-time, assist in preliminary study, modeling and drafting in Urban Design of KONGGANG in Chengdu, China. Jul. 2017-Sep.2017 GENARCHITECTS, Shanghai Intern Architect, full-time, assist in preliminary study, construction drawing and modeling in Urban Micro Renewal Projects, such as the reconstruction of an old factory building and the reconstruction of an old townhouse in Shanghai.

Community Library

SCHOLARSHIP&AWARD: Oct. 2018 Bronze award of Asian Design Academic Year Award, National Class Sponsored by Asia Architecture And Urbanism Alliance May. 2018 Shanghai Outstanding Graduates, Provincial Class Awarded for the overall performance, sponsored by Tongji University Oct. 2017 Huang Dingye Scholarship, 1st Class Award Awarded for the outstanding academic performance, sponsored by Shanghai Highpower Industrial Co., Ltd Nov. 2017 Gold Award & Best Color Design Award, National Class Nippon Paint China & iColor "Future Star" Young Designer Competition, Individual Project, held by Nippon&iColor Dec. 2016 Outstanding Students of Tongji University, University Class Awarded for the overall performance, sponsored by Tongji University Oct. 2016 Tongji University Scholarship, 2nd Class Award Awarded for the outstanding academic performance, sponsored by Tongji University Dec. 2014 Outstanding Students of Tongji University, University Class Awarded for the overall performance, sponsored by Tongji University Oct. 2014 Tongji University Scholarship, 2nd Class Award Awarded for the outstanding academic performance, sponsored by Tongji University

SKILLS:

Language Chinese (Native), English (Proficient), German (Beginning) Software Sketch up, V-ray , PS, AI, Auto CAD, InDesign(Proficient) Rhino, Revit, GIS, Grasshopper, Dynamo (Moderate)

Yining Lu MSAAD, Columbia University 929 301 0437 yl4004@columbia.edu Rm 743, 500 Riverside Drive, NY 10027


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Horizontal Playground | Step 1

VertiplaygroundSCHOOL Summer 2018 (June-August) Instructor : Dan Wood, Maurizio Bianchi Mattioli East Village, New York Architecture Design GFA=2400 ㎥ This is a new school typology based on play, where play is a mean to create a microcosm with diverse types of spaces, materials and equipments against banal daily life. By roll traditional programm, the volumes enclose a new space. The new space and the volumes together create a new inner world- the microworld.

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Urban Typologies for 0 Waste Olympics Fall 2018 (Septmber-December) Partner: Guangyu Wang Instructor : Laurie Hawkinson, Alex Mann Urban Design GFA=6400 are The idea of our project is from 0 waste to infinite products. Waste has always been a serious problem for large cities, especially for cities like L.A. It is expected that there will be about 2.4 billion garbage produced in year 2028. However, there is not enough space for landfills. Therefore, we want to construct a system which can reuse, recycle and compost over 90% percent of the waste generated by the Games. And as a result, we can solve the landfill problem and save lands for the future of LA. The system we proposed can realize the 0-waste plan, starting from the Olympic which includes the waste produced by visitors and different amenities. We tried to use pneumatic system, which is an environment-friendly and efficient method to collect them. And then make use of the energy emerged during the processing and recycling for different products from small scale like paper and bottles to XL programs like the public open spaces and infrastructures, which will finally benefit the local communities. Based on the framework of trash transit and water circulation network, we built permanent and temporary facilities such as the Olympic press center, the trash museum, public sports center, agricultural learning center and so on. We take waste from them and reuse the byproducts produced during the waste handling process which will meet with our aim of 0 waste. What’s more, the new infrastructures will not be limited to the site only. Since the landfill is the main source of carbon emission, we hope that with the development of this kind of urban infrastructure, we can build a completed network for urban waste handling and reuse which will finally reduce the carbon footprint and make a more environmental-friendly urbanism for the city.

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∞ Product | Community Sport Center & Vertical Farm

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04 ROAM UNDER THE EAVES Community Library Spring 2016 (February-June) City Design Instructor : Gao Xiaoyu Architecture Instructor : Fan Beilei Hongkong District,Shanghai Architecture & Urban Design GFA=2400 ㎥ This project is a combination of urban renewal and architectural design. I briefly investigated into the situation of this site during the process of urban design, and then introduced a kind of acupuncture-therapy method to do urban design. Based on the urban design we chose one of those sites as base for architectural design. The Li Yang road library is reconstructed from the shanty town in this urban design. I transformed in function according to the basic demand of residents nearby, intending to built a community library to serve them.

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