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JUNDA MA INFRASTRUCTURE REGENERATION

For The University of Edinburgh Master of Landscape Architecture MLA (21 months)


PERSONAL STATEMENT

Junda Ma

I always appreciate that nature enriched my memories in my growth. I lived in the countryside when I was a child where I received the opportunity to closely touch nature, and it also encouraged me to treat everything there with awe, such as plants, river, animals and the soil. When I studied in Huizhou, I witnessed how the city’s development improved people ’lives by encouraging the green infrastructure. These experiences motivated me to explore deeper into the design of landscape architecture, and the significance of built environment in the urban context

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I have participated several competitions when I am studying in my college, which including architecture and landscape architecture and I always appreciated that landscape architects could play an important role on the development of a region or even the entire city from both micro and macro scales. At the same time, I have also learned the way of thinking diversely under teamwork. In order to broaden my views of design, I have also taken part in my school’s study abroad program in the University of British Columbia. In there I have sensed the inclusiveness of foreign culture and the possibilities of landscape design and built environment in different orientations. These valuable experiences shifted my ideas away from designing parks is the only way to green the environment, and started to truly understand the duty as landscape architect, which is using various places to solve different problems in the complex urban context. According to the urban environment where I am live, I found that a landscape architect can really resolve the historical issues from a macro perspective, and sustainably improve the city’s development. In the summer vacation of 2019, I attended the summer school in Guangzhou. Guangzhou is a city with incessant rainstorms. In a school survey, I found that the Cencun Airport which is abandoned after World War II, is also facing the problem of urban sewage back-flow and serious flooding issues during the heavy rainfalls. As a result, the polluted sewage are discharged into the Pearl river and cannot be purified, which caused a severe threat on the natural water condition of Guangzhou. Therefore, in my project I tried to change the current situation of the abandoned airport through the reconstruction of topography, which can not only provide aa solution for the urban water treatment system, but also as an example of the green infrastructure that used in the city. During the design process, I felt that the ways of my thinking varies according to the different perspectives such as the social aspects and the ecological system. Meanwhile, I have also recognized how to deal with water issues in both physical and ecological ways. Rather than being limited to the site, I gradually began to consider the true demands of a city, and the related issues about urban space, ecosystems and people. In 2018, I have gained an opportunity to investigate the abandoned railway in Guangzhou, and I’ve noticed that the residents who live nearby spontaneously changed the abandoned railway with artist creating and flower planting, which showed their own life style. I spent a week to interview these “designers” to understand their daily life, and I also engaged in related activities with them, such as planting and graffiti. It was easy to sense the emotional connection between local inhabitants and the abandoned railway during my site visit as they considered it as their own playground and rebuilt it casually. This peculiar phenomenon changed my attitudes toward landscape architecture. I realized that the built environment could be ordinary and not much magnificent. More than just thinking about how to discover and solve problems, designers are also supposed to make their landscape design absorbed by life, which can act as the medium to help creating a more open, mundane and happier life. Therefore, I finally decided to make my design base on the residents’ bottom-up cognition, which was low cost, light intervention and continue people’s habits. Those experiences all encouraged me to study abroad, where I can explore deeper into how the built environments can be more livable and play a more significant role with the development of urbanization. As a world-renowned hub of the academy, the University of Edinburgh equitable, inclusive and diverse environment attracts me. Landscape Urbanism(MSc) is the outstanding place and the optimal incubator for designers as it offers a rigorous academic curriculum and encourages the free expression of creativity. Your MLA program which promotes international perspectives and professional scenarios on urban design challenges in Asian cities perfectly fit my plan for a career in landscape architecture. I could benefit from your didactic collaborations to professionals in other fields, participate in field studies and researches across the world and learn about the inventive ways in which my fellow landscape architects resolve urban issues. I am ready to welcome any challenges the University of Edinburgh will throw at me, embrace the creative spirits, dive into the interdisciplinary curriculum, and have my world turned upside down.

mjunda_1997@outlook.com EDUCATION Guangzhou University, Bachelor of Engineering Landscape Architecture (five-year program) GPA: 3.35/5.00 Summer School Program University of British Columbia, Zurich & Switzerland Green System Planning; Design in Public Realm Grade: 83/100

09.2015 - 06.2020

07-08.2018

COMPETITION Architecture Construction Competition of Guangzhou University, the First Prize - Top 1% • Focused on the way of putting completed designs into practice • Designed for movable device, support joints, etc. International Federation of Landscape Architects(IFLA) Student Design Competition • Preliminary investigation, site analysis, concept design and strategy design by PS and CAD • Spent 3 months focusing on the eroded soil study • Site area: 60 hectares

2018

03.2017 - 06.2018 Guangzhou China

RESEARCH Visual Landscape Analysis and Optimization of Historical and Cultural Villages -- Taking the Daling Village in Guangzhou City as an Example(To be published)

2019

Visual Landscape Research on Rural Landscape and Urban Landmarks • Participated in the team to establish the experience project, applied funding from university • Collected landscape architecture visual data and experimental data • Completed the variance analysis, gave a solution strategy

03.2019 - 06.2019 Guangzhou China

Urban Waterstorm Management Research • Established the experience project, collected data of urban hydrology • Studied the specific application of low-impact development of the site

03.2018 - 09.2018 Guangzhou China

EXTRACURRICULAR EXPERIENCE • Planner and decision maker / the 2017 Architecture Construction Competition in the university • Planner / the 2017 University New Year Party • Planner and leader / Team development activity of the Public Relations Department, 20+ teammates • Member / the Deputy Minister of the Public Relations Department of College of Architecture and Urban Planning , won a sponsorship amount of up to 70000 yuan • Member/ the Public Relations Department of College of Architecture and Urban Planning

2017 2017 2017 2016 2015

OTHERS Proficiency: Photoshop, Auto CAD, In Design, Rhino, Grasshopper, Adobe After Effects, Sketch-Up, Adobe Illustrator, Matlab Hobby: Street dance(five years’ experience), Taekwondo Guitar, Piano(six years’ experience), Reading, Photography, Drawing, Basketball, Football

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01 THE REGENERATION OF THE WATER reconstruction of Cencun Airport TopicGeneration infrastructure renewal CreditIndividual work DateJuly 2019 TypeLandscape Architecture Scale60'000 m² ApplicationAbandoned airport reconstruction Instructor: Hu Hao Email: hao@racstudio.cn rainstorm

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Guangzhou, a city in southern China, has extremely high rainfall and is prone to widespread flooding.Tianhe district, which has a defective drainage system, is the most likely area to be inundated by heavy rain. In order to solve the flood problem in some areas of tianhe district and the pollution problem of the river surge running through tianhe district, the site is designed to be able to store loods and purify the water system, and activate the crowd activities around the airport by using water resources.The aim of this design is to ive water a new life and vitality.

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In Tianhe District, the pipeline standard accounts for 52.6% of the cause of the ravages in the Tianhe District.

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42% of the day is raining per year

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58% of the pipeline is set for the low drainage standards of the rainfall 12% of the internal defects are due to pipeline blockage. The site is located at the interchange of rain-pipe in Tianhe District.

Runoff analyse

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50 year rainfall Volume of runoff: 56.98mm/h Inundated area: 72.56k狈 Economic losses:$15,000,000

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200 year rainfall Volume of runoff: 106.16mm/h Inundated area: 102.65 k狈 Economic losses: $76,000,000

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in dry season 1416.7 mÂł/h Flow velocity of Chebei flow in wet season 19069.4 mÂł/h

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500 year rainfall Volume of runoff: 153.9mm/h Inundated area:143.26 k狈 Economic losses: $214,000,000

1000 year rainfall Volume of runoff:200.7 mm/h Inundated area:213.88 k狈 Economic losses:$415,000,000

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students 1500

residents 32,000

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Concept and strategy: water treatment process and application After entering the site, the river water of Chebei and runoff enter into the water storage device and flow out of Chebei River partly through the process of confluence and purification. The site becomes one of the urban ecological water treatment infrastructures. At the same time, the water in the storage device can be provided for human activities.

precipitation separation r ate dw e t u l pol

high temperature

greenland

slope = 20° silt aquatic plant

compacted planting

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surface

weir

water using waterfront activity

sparse planting

honeycomb inclined pipe

water collection iver ei r b e Ch

ecological purification swimming pool

viewing deck

ball park

glass slope

sand bank

low temperature

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output urban runoff Municipal pipe p

slow flow velocity

oxic river

oxic river silt pool

high temperature

sand bank separation pool

anoxic river

cycling road

restaurant square

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aeration clean silt

rainwater garden

piled stone water-edge step

convey water through bioswale flout out

purify through rainwater garden er wat rain

rainfall

purified river

thick forest

Chebei river

water soil bioswale

land activity shop

main flow

road rainwater garden

runoff on slope

museum

kiosk

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infiltration

water soil

road bioswale

greenhouse

water storage

warehouse

gravel road bioswale

rainwater garden

cisterm experimental field

Pollution from Chebei River water collection

precipitation separation

converge through slope

grassed swales

anoxic purification

oxic purification PURIFIED CHEBEI RIVER

Low Pipeline capacity rainwater garden

main flow

water storage

increasing runoff infiltration Lack of public space

NEW PUBLIC SPACE establish new experimental base

land activity

road construction remould original airport hard ground

waterfront activity 3


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Water resourse self-management process and runoff way Water resourse self-management process

Runoff way

ANOXIC RIVER

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Removal of N and P particles, wherein the removal rate of nitrogen

SEDIMENTATION POOL

reaches 60% and the removal rate of phosphorus

Removes contaminants greater

0.07mm with a removal rate of up to 70%

reaches 90%.

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previous waterway braching

current waterway braching

RETENTION POND Retained water source as water for site landscapeďźŒ water storage capacity is

sedimentation, anoxic, oxic

1950mÂł

CONTAMINANT OF WATER

OXIC RIVER Removal of NH4-NH3 particulate contaminants,

CHEBEI RIVER URBAN RUNOFF

removal rate of 60%

RETENTION POND

Retained water source as water for site landscapeďźŒ water storage capacity is 2700mÂł

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pumping LOWER CISTERN pumping collets stormwater from the gutter

21 DAYS

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Enough to maintain the water level of rentention pond for 21 days with no rainfall

Capable of detening stormflow of 20 year / 24 hour storm event

PUMP PIT

collets overflow from retention pond

pumping water to upper cistern overflow to municipla drainage

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Location

Location

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02 Abandoned railway diary

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Topic:Generation infrastructure renewal Credit:individual work Date:Aug. 2019 Type:Landscape Architecture Scale:N/A Application: Abandoned railway reconstruction Instructor: Wu Shuailin Email: shuailinwu@wustl.edu This railway was once exclusively used for good transportation, therefore it forbade surrounding residents from trespassing. However after its abandonment, the railway gradually got intervened by people, and connected with the everyday lives of these residents, pedestrians, peddlers, and graffiti artists, etc. Human, along with their behavior and instruments, became the most important elements of this abandoned railway.

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Site photo

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in everyday urbanism perspective

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Many artists will choose the abandoned buildings or walls in this venue to paint their graffiti.

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vendors or pedestrians open up small intersections at store front or frequent passageways

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Age composition

People put planting pots along railway and use the rails as a dividing line for planting.

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The population of this area is 864,200, which accounts for 5% of the whole city.

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From Participation P ti i ti to t No N Trespassing T i 1958.9-1959 1958 9 195 59 F

Terrain i Vague V 2012 201 12 T

In order to speed up and complete railway construction, the Guangzhou Government convened students from professional schools and colleges in September 1958. After its completion and opening in 1959, this railway was fenced and forbade trespassing for safety reason.

Because of the decline of steelwork industry, this dedicated railway was abandoned and gradually overgrown by weeds. It became "Terrain Vague" in city's planning.

2013 2 013 IInfiltration filt ti

Because of its location, which is close to residential and commercial areas, and lack of management, this railway was gradually infiltrated by people. However, the railway is still owned by the state, most of the "infiltrations" were informal and light weighted.

The T e homeless o e people e lives e on o the t e edge d e off the e railway w y where w e overpass e p s bridge b g is available a a a e to o provide r e a sh sshelter. helter. lt .

Now E N Encroachment h t Spontaneous activities were carried out along the railway, such as taking photographs, graffiti painting, strolls, planting flowers and vegetables, etc. The abandoned railway, which was firstly a negative space, was encroached and activated, and become a vital public space of life.

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Exploration and discovery:why people perform different activities at different venues Art area:our private kingdom

Passing area:our transportation hub Site analyse

Site analyse Abandoned railway Abandoned building Place of artistic creation Residential area with low density Industrial area Pedestrian flow

Site analyse

Abandoned railway Public interchange Residential area Commercial area Pedestrian flow Shop Private interchange

Semi-open area

Residential area:our shelter

Planting area:our back garden

Site analyse

Guanggang newtown

Village Semi-open area

Closed area

Closed area

Closed area

Open area Semi-open area

Abandoned railway

Semi-open area

Abandoned railway River Residential area Living area Pedestrian flow

Public interchange Residential area Planting area Pedestrian flow

User

Population The population of the area has a population of 5400.

Pavement material pebble

artist

55%

soil

30%

Population concrete

15%

Railway forms a private enviroment

The population of the area has a population of 30900.

Main professional

Pavement material pebble

resident

soil

60%

0%

concrete

soil

1m 1m 2m

6m

unemployed

40%

elder

0%

soil

47%

2m

3.5m

9m

6m

2m

3.5m

Railway form

Pavement material pebble

white collar

53%

soil

45%

tramp

55%

concrete

0%

Railway form a living enviroment bridge

concrete

pebble

3m 13m

13m

7m 3m

plan

plan

Railway form

Railway form

abandoned building abandoned wall

User

Main professional concrete

soil

concrete

pebble

plan

Railway form

Pavement material pebble

Railway forms a isolate enviroment

13m

plan

User

concrete

Railway forms a pedestrian area

pebble

concrete

User

abandoned railway

bridge

light pole 2m

abandoned railway

The artist's creative activities at the venue are due to the small number of people around the venue. The main flow of people does not pass through the venue because of the inconvenient nature of the venue. The abandoned buildings and private spaces give them a more comfortable environment to create.

Interview : more private however better for showing off There are so many walls for me to paint, and no one is in charge. I think this is my private kingdom. I can do many creation.

abandoned railway

elevation

i would always stay on streets however i would like my work to be seen by more people

glove

spray paint

mask

hat

creat clean

creat

hide breath

hide

platform

elevation

elevation

elevation abandoned railway

The reason why the people walk along and across this venue and use it as a “promenade” is because of its location and openness. A large number of residents, tenants, and vendors use this “promenade” for commute and good transport. The railway itself provides a good clearing in this urban context, which is good route for transportation on east-west direction.

The reason why people plant on the site is because the villages is located on both sides which mostly unemployed lived. The site are isolated from the interference of cars and people on both sides. The pavement materials of the abandoned railways are mostly mud. This site environment provides convenience for them to plant flowers.

The east side of the railway is close to the urban residential area, and the west side is close to the river. The residents living here are mostly office workers and will not go to the reclamation site. Therefore, the railway in this area is a remote and deserted area, with scavengers and tramps at night will return here to rest.

Interview : more comfortable , more eye catch

Interview : more area ,more confortable

Interview : more warm

Here is a main way that I go to the field every day. It connects all places which near the railway, like a transportation hub.

motor

transportation

Although many people have passed by the railway, they have not seen my shop, and my business has been greatly affected.

steel plate umbrella billboard pavement

Screen Advertising

We are retired and have nothing to do. There is just enough space to give us activities. This is the back garden of all of us.

wood d shelf

umbrella b stand

isolate and screen extra-plant

It takes time to reclaim the abandoned railway, but the available space is also very small. I want to plant more.

vase

chair

plant

rest

Sometimes it will be very empty, everyone sleeps alone, I think it needs some warmth here.

I think this is the shelter in my city. I will come back every night.

mattress

quilt

bicycle

flashlight

sleep

sleep

move

light

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Concept and regiional division

Vision and division Pr iva te kin gd om

Mode change

more private

Top Down

Bottom up

Highline Park Government

interchange

NGO

Resident

NGO

low capital

low manpower

Rising visitor arrivals Fiscal revenue rising bad influence

Inflaction

Improve their life

make noise

hub

high manpower

high capital Rising land value

Abandoned railway

more confortable more conspicuous

Improve their enviroment

Resident

Resident

Strategy for bottom up design interview

art

activities

transport

plant

living

positioning

Private kingdom

Hub

Back garden

Shelter

need

More private More exhibition space

More catch eye More comfortable

More area More comfortable

More warm

Spatial

aims

+

+ Vison

method

Color

Divison Sight control

Spatial Surperposition

+

Light

+

Pavement

Shade

House

Varnish

Package

Light

Light

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+

Pavement

Gallery

Ba ck ga more area rd en more confortable

r lte e Sh more warm

Gather

People's spontaneous activities to transform the site is a good development direction for the city's unplanned grey space. We will affirm the spontaneous activities of the site and carry out micro-renovation and design of the site based on the venue of their activities to enhance the site character. 9


Design in everyday urbanism perspective:actual, color, vase and light Art area:our private kingdom

Passing area:our transportation hub

Positon

Positon

Device for privacy and drawing

Paving for pedestrain

Residential area:our shelter

Planting area:our back garden

Positon

Positon

Device structure

Device and planting design

lampshade

wood

abandoned platform (exiting)

abandoned platform (exiting)

concrete

one-way mirror for private

r chai

den woo

abandoned wall (exiting)

seat

Function

improve space

lampshade

red paint

softer for eye

pass

pass

artificial intervention

combination

stop

timber support

furniture of shelter as a beacon of light

fixed steel

yellow paint

yellow paint red paint

ground graffiti-art

aluminum

slow

slow stop

imbedding

split

way walk

Color’s function

bulb

gauze

wood

steel

glass two-way mirror for isolate

box for place

green paint

green paint

gravel

concrete

yellow light for warm

bulb

Wisteria sinensis

pole light

wooden gallery

slow yellow paint stop

Antigonon leptopus

wood

base with pulleys for moving on the abandoned railways

timber support

red paint pass

wall graffiti-art

green paint

line light

Pyrostegia venusta

entry t platform l tf

seat

aluminum

Perspective

multiple use

Perspective

Perspective

abandoned railway abandoned building

abandoned railway abandoned wall

abandoned railway green for street tree perdestrain

Section

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rest area removable device

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area ting plan

Section

+2.00 +0.60 ±0.00

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rea ing a pass

wooden gallery potted rest area

potting area

tree for perdestrain

abandoned railway

abandoned railway

abandoned railway stone foundation

Section

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for car

Perspective abandoned railway

red for merchant

abandoned wall one-way mirror ing build ned wall o d n aba ndoned ry aba rt galle as a

abandoned railway street tree yellow

tramps can move around the seats

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03 Reconnected walking system

Site analyse and concept: disconuity of urban fabric and walking system

System reconstruction of Fuxing East Road Topic:Generation infrastructure renewal Credit:individual work Date:Feb. 2019 Type:Urban Design Scale:7'500 m² Application: Walking system reconstruction

In order to connect the two-strait car dealership system to build a sinking tunnel, the Shanghai Municipal People's Government began to build a sinking tunnel as the Fuxing East Road near the Pudong River. The road becomes extraordinarily spacious, so that the sidewalks on both sides of the road are completely isolated. The separation of the surrounding communities and the safety of people's walking cannot be guaranteed. pedestrian paths

4-LANE DUAL CARRIAGEWAY

PATH

2-LANE DUAL CARRIAGEWAY

1. Tunnel and site boundary

2. Duscontinuity of urban fabric

3. Circuitous pedestrian paths

4. Fragmented neighborhoods

5. Objective: rebuilt walking system

6. Objective: reconnect neighborhoods

HIGHWAY

GROUND ROAD NETWORK SYSTEM RAIL LINE

UPPER STRATA OF THE TUNNEL

LOWER STRATA OF THE TUNNEL

entrance

8. Where to rebuild

7. How to rebuild

9. How to reconnect

Design and strategy line 1

SITE

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Damaged walking system

7. How to rebuild

The possibility of changing discontinuity

line 1 line 2

expense

The best way of changing discontinuity

HUANGPU RIVER

Residential with low densities Vegetable market Small-scale Residential Mid-scale Residential Huangpu river

Site photo

entrance

Tunnel New residential development

8. Where to rebuild

Original infrastructure position Abandoned open space and greening facilities

As the neighborhoods site

Human activities added

Office towers

The construction of the tunnel cut off the connection between the sidewalks on both sides. The narrow roads affected the safety and comfort of pedestrians. The surrounding shops piled up the goods on the sidewalks. The renovation of the old houses occupied part of the sidewalks, which seriously hampered the streets walking system

9. How to reconnect

expense:

expense:

expense:

expense:

convenience:

convenience:

convenience:

convenience:

traffic efficiency:

traffic efficiency:

traffic efficiency:

traffic efficiency:

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Master plan According to the analysis, five main entrances are set up. The bridge connects the two sides of the north and south roads and reshapes the pedestrian system of Fuxing East Road. The vehicles enter the tunnel through the bottom of the flyover or pass through the ground. People can pass the flyover more conveniently and safely. People and vehicles. At the same time, the infrastructure such as the original ceiling of the tunnel is used, and a children's playground, sports and leisure places are arranged above it, which enhances the community service.

Perspective

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2.children’s playground 3.weast-north entrance 4.coffee shop

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5.skatepark

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6.east-north entrance

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7.east-sourth entrance 8.rest area 9.sculture 10.mid entrance

Paving design

Planting design tree

Ginkgo biloba

shrub

Osmanthus fragrans

shrub

Rhododendron simsii

herbaceous plants

children’s playground

space under bridge

rest area

bridge passageway

grass

coating

grass

wood

concrete

wood

plastic cement

wood

concrete

grass

concrete

Zoysia matrella

Section 6.000 0.000 -2.400 -6.200

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OTHER WORK Curriculum design for IFLA Date: 06/2018 Instructor: Deng Xiaofei, Xu Jin

Coursework hand drawing in Guangzhou Date: 07/2017 Instructor: Xu Zhiqiang

During my college years, I went to other provinces of China to sketch, and carried out many art courses related to landscape in the University. From these courses, I felt the beauty of harmonious coexistence between nature and human beings, and I was willing to record all the beautiful things of nature and human beings.

Nanxiong water color in Yunnan Date: 07/2017 Instructor: Xu Zhiqiang

Nanxiong water color in Yunnan Date: 07/2017 Instructor: Xu Zhiqiang

Nanxiong mark drawing in Yunnan Date: 07/2017 Instructor: Xu Zhiqiang

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OTHER WORK 2018 Architecture Contruction Competition of Guangzhou University Award: The First Prize (Top 1%) Credit : Group work Date: 10/2018 Concept model 1:100

Local Structure

Physical construction on site This competition is held by the school for all schools in Guangzhou. The theme of this construction competition is to design and build a place that can rest and be a shelter in the wild. Therefore, based on the shelter, we designed a structure similar to the umbrella, which can be manually retracted and released. Two different states can give users a feeling of enclosed or open space. Because of the device, we won the first prize in this competition.

International VELUX Award 2018 For students of Architecture Credit: Group work Date: 06/2018 Instructor: Filipe Afonso The Potala Palace is on the Tibetan Plateau, the world’s highest plateau. It is a holy land for Tibetan Buddhism. Tibetan Buddhists would keep bowing and kneeling on the road from their homes to the Potala Palace, which usually takes them one year or even more.

Local Structure

When the believer wakes up in the morning they will see the sunlight shining into the space, which represents hope

Pilgrims will see these structures along the road.

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