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NUO MAN | PORTFOLIO

IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE AND SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS Mailbox: 2613 Bristol Dr 109, Ames, Iowa, 50010 E-mail: mnuo@iastate.edu Tel: 515-708-3112

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Table of Content

01 Artificial Retention Pond Concept Design

Site Location: Hohhot City, Inner Mongolia, China By Nuo Man

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With the Surroundings Chicago Lakeside Concept Design Site Location: Chicago, Illinois By Nuo Man

03 Alternative Futures for Recreation in River Valley Park Site Location: River Valley Park, Ames, Iowa. By Nuo Man

04 Campus Garage Green Roof Design

Site Location: Campus Garage, Ames Iowa Group Project By: Anh Lee, Nuo Man, Jiahuan Cai

05 With The Land

Site Locaton: State Street, Ames Iowa By: Nuo Man

06 Downtown Boone Bells PLaCE-making at 8th Site Location: Boone Iowa By Nuo Man

07 Wood Bench Design

Group Project By: Nuo Man & Fang Zhou

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Site Inventory

01 Artificial Retention Pond Concept Design

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Sustainable Envrionments Design Studio Capstone Project Site Location: Hohhot City, Inner Mongolia, China. Inner Mongolia University Campus Artificial Retention Pond

Mixed use 67% High-density residential

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In total 12 similar artificial pond in Hohhot City 14% Commercial

In China arid region, the traditional artificial retention pond design gradually brings environmental issues and economic burden to local residents due to its backward design practice. The purpose of this design proposal on artificial retention pond design is to explore alternative design for China arid regions. Question the applicability of traditional design in arid climatic and environmental conditions. The site is concentrated on Inner Mongolia University Campus retention pond. 0

5 miles

Inner Mongolia, Hohhot City Site condition in city scale

Issue

Conta BOD, Ammoni Heavy metal: P


1: Pollution -Green Space Fertilizer: Nitrate & Phosphorus COD (Chemical oxygen demand)

Green Spacemal waste and ing vegetation

amination: ia Nitrogen Zn, Cr, Cd, Petroleum

-Residential Heavy Metal (rooftop) Mitrate & Phosphorus Suspended Solids COD -Residential -Commercial Cooking Waste Oil Suspended Solids -Parking Lots Heavy Metal Motor Oil

Green Space-

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Issue 2: Water Energy Waste Water Volume: 13,426,000 cuft. Each Year Lost: 558,785 cuft.

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Types of Contamination Rain Water Annual Evaporation: 150,000 cuft. 517,685 cuft.

Current Solution: Replenish Fresh Water Annual: 400,000 cuft.

Total Water Volume: 3,426,000 cuft

Elevation and Flow +

Scale in foot 0 500 1000

2000

Annual Leakage: 41,100 cuft

Land Use 10% Dining

Scale in foot 0 500 1000

33% Open spaces

27% Residential 15% Parking

400,000 cuft Water Could Support 150 People a Year Hohhot City Sits in Water Shortage Area Everage fresh water resources per people is 1/4 of world average.

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01 Artificial Retention Pond Concept Design

University Campus Pond Design Strategy Annual rain water lost from rooftop: 837,000 cuft.

Before

Site Location: Hohhot City, Inner Mongolia, China By Nuo Man

Lake area: 137,000 sqft.

In terms of the proposed design, In order to maintain a healthy water body, to use different design strategies to create a ‘live’ waterscape in needed. Multiple biopurification layers are applied around water body, which becomes a filter barrier. At the mean time create open public spaces also could be seen as an education site. Contaminants are carried by runoff and flow into the lake. Surface Runoff

Typology

Pond area: break one into 3 bio-purification pond, each one is 1/10 of originoal one.

After Collecting roof top rain water

Planting buffer Underground cistern Support nearby residential toilet flush Green space irrigation

Surface Runoff

Typology


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University Campus Pond Design Before and After

Before

Photo taken by Muqin Te. Stand right next to campus pond look to north. After

After look, smaller size pond and small wind turbine.

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Energy Efficient Design Before

Section Cut Look to South East Scale in foot 0

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Energy Efficient Design After

Section Cut Look to South East Scale in foot 0

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40

60

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Total water body area: 28,900 sqft. Annual evaporation: 115,800 cuft. Annually replenish from rain water: 837,000 cuft.


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01 Artificial Retention Pond Concept Design

Site Location: Hohhot City, Inner Mongolia, China By Nuo Man

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University Campus Pond Design Perspective

The new retention pond design is dealing with multiple problems exist in the old design. After applying the new design, the new retention pond could be seen as a soft infrastructure, which provides health social space, water energy saving, and economic friendly design. In a long-term perspective, the small pattern could affect future city development, which introduced a new design thinking to future city planning.

View Point

Designed pond edge with multiple planting buffer. View Point Scale in foot 0 50 100

200


East site entrance.

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Site Inventory

With the Surroundings Chicago Lakeside Concept Design

Park Metro Station

Landscape Architecture Design Studio Projects Site Location: Chicago, Illinois Hospital

Metro Line

The site is the original U.S. Steel’s South Works Mill site located 10 miles south of the downtown Chicago Loop. For over 100 years, the steel mill supplied the structural steel that helped build Chicago’s iconic skyline. The site is

Churches

Park

bounded by 79th Street on the north, the Calumet River

Metro Station

on the south, Burley and Green Bay Avenue on the west

Park

Lake Shore Drive

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11.6 miles to Chicago Loop Area

and lake Michigan on the east.

Chicago Loop Area Metro Station

College Site Location

Park Park

Site Location

Library

Hospital

Post Office

Churches Art Center

Metro Fire Station Station


Existing Condition: Existing Neighborhoods:

Look to north Chicago Loop Area

Parks While South Chicago has a sizable African American population, existing ethnic groups continue to have strong community ties in the area.

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21.7% Hispanic 1.92% White 74.7% Black

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Create Connection with Existing Neighborhoods: Park Enhancement New Development

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2. With the Surroundings Chicago Lakeside Concept Design Landscape Architecture Design Studio Projects Site Location: Chicago, Illinois

The more convoluted the shape of a patch, the more interation, whether positive or negative, there is between the patch and the surrounding matrix.

Lake Shore Drive

Design Concept: Interaction with surroundings

Metro Line

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Design Proposal

Metro Station

The strategy with the proposed development and a selling point is the concept of interaction with surroundings. The proposed master plan outlines a very general land use pattern in order to remain flexible to the neighborhood, city, and regional industry market. The fundamental infrastructure (roads, electricity, and other energy systems) has already begun construction and one of the project goals is to engage with the adjacent neighborhood and incorporate the surrounding context.

Metro Station


Zoning: Public Park Commercial zone Before Less interaction

After More interaction

High density residential Community corridor Community centers

Surface flow: Man-made creek On site surface runoff Runoff to Michigan Lake

Interactions: Interaction with adjacent neighborhood On site interaction 17


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With the Surroundings Chicago Lakeside Concept Design Lnadscape Architecture Design Studio Projects Site Location: Chicago, Illinois

Commercial zone

Commercial Hub

Section Perspective

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ixed-Use Buildings office retail service

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Section Perspective

With the Surroundings Chicago Lakeside Concept Design Lnadscape Architecture Design Studio Projects Site Location: Chicago, Illinois

High density residential Community corridor

Community Corridor

Mixed-use Buildings • High & Low Density Residential • Small Retail & Offices


Mixed-use Buildings • High & Low Density Residential • Small Retail & Offices

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Site Analysis

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Landscape Architecture Design Studio Projects Site Location: River Valley Park, Ames, Iowa.

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Alternative Futures Recreation in River Valley Park

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13th Street

River Valley Park Low Density Neighborhood

The site is the River Valley Park located in East Ames. The

Farm Land

original park has five baseball fields and sits in Skunk

Scale in Feet 0

River floodway. The purpose of this project is to deal with the 20-year flood on site and propose new recreational programs for the site.

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Water Activity Fishing Kayaking

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Nonflood Season

10 Year Flood Elevation:19ft.

20 Year Flood

Elevation:22-23ft.

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Dog park

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Shallow water playground

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Mound playground

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Sitting

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Picnic area

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Fishing area

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Parking & public facility

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Kayaking access point

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Existing Path Proposed Path Proposed Traffic Road

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Alternative Futures Recreation in River Valley Park Landscape Architecture Design Studio Projects Site Location: River Valley Park, Ames, Iowa.

Inundation Zone

Nonflood Season Elevation:16.3ft.

Design Concept: Based on site topography, introduce large water body into the site in order to reduce 20-year flood pressure. New water body create wide open water access, which assigned to different water recreational program. Well organized new circulation create a holistic park for this area. Remove existing ball fields, create new landform playground as the landmark for the City of Ames.

10 Year Flood Elevation:19ft.

20 Year Flood Elevation:22-23ft.


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Free Hand Drawing Perspectives

Dog park at community park zone.

Bike path at sports zone.

Fishing access point at water access zone.

Kayak access point at water access zone.

Shallow water playground at community park zone.

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04 Campus Garage Green Roof Design

Landscape Architecture, Landscape Structures Projects Site Location: Campus Garage, Ames Iowa Group Project By: Anh Lee, Nuo Man, Jiahuan Cai

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Site Plan: Scale: 1”=20’

This project incorporates what we learned about green roof technology and green infrastructure through classroom activities, interactions, projects and lectures that will lead to group participation in the construction of an actual working green roof design drawing set.

Campus Garage Bilding, pitched roof top.

Runoff direction Roof top area

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Detail Design


n Drawing

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04 Campus Garage Green Roof Design

Landscape Architecture, Landscape Structures Projects Site Location: Campus Garage, Ames Iowa Group Project By: Anh Lee, Nuo Man, Jiahuan Cai Our proposed green roof incorporate an understanding of the pitched roof style and accommodate all mechanical units on the roof.

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Runoff Collection System

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Structure Detail

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05 With The Land

Landscape Architecture Construction Projects Site Location: State Street, Ames Iowa

State Street Master Plan and Site Grading

Site location

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Master Plan

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Grading Plan


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Design Details

Limestone and concrete paving detail

Seating and paving detail

Ground-intergrated lighting detail

Seating and planting detail 31


06 Downtown Boone Bells PLaCE-making at 8th Site Location: Boone Iowa By Nuo Man

The site is a vacant lot on the corner of Story Street and 8th Street where a 3-story mixed-use building stood until it was destroyed by fire in 2009. The building had been part of the historic “Main Street”-style urban fabric of Boone, such that it now exists as an empty corner at a very prominent downtown intersection. DESIGN INTENT

Site photo

The students’ individual projects reflect a diversity of approaches for transformation of the project site from vacant lot to public open space/landmark, but all solutions had to address and satisfy a set of general objectives. The objectives were derived from meetings with Boone stakeholders and from consensus-building discussions conducted within the studio.

LA 202 Students visits Neil Goeppinger’s bell collection March 2014

Master Plan


Section Cut

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06 Downtown Boone Bells PLaCE-making at 8th Site Location: Boone Iowa By Nuo Man These objectives include: • Create an urban park at the northwest corner of Story Street and 8th Street that comfortably accommodates incidental public use but also supports special events use (such as farmers markets or performances). • Design the landscape as an imageable and unique “landmark” for the sake of memorability and to create a distinct place that can become uniquely associated with Boone. • Design the landscape as an imageable and unique “landmark” for the sake of memorability and to create a distinct place that can become uniquely associated with Boone.

Bell holding structure

1/8 Scale model


Seating area

Model with context

Bell hoding

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07 Wood Bench Design

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Working Process and Shop Drawing 7 1/2''

12''

7 1/2''

80% recycle wood. Through several times modification,

12''

3''

1 1/2''

The project is required to design a wood bench by using

16''

3/4''

Landscape Architecture Design Studio Projects Group Project By: Nuo Man & Fang Zhou

15'' 53'' 17 1/2''

3''

26 1/2''

finally, comes up this back-to-back wood bench.

4''

4''

1 1/2''

3/4''

4''

4''

4 1/2''

SIDE ELEVATION SCALE: 3'' = 1'-0''

4 1/2''

4 1/2''

4 1/2''

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Final Outcome

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