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Hongbang Chen Architectural design portfolio 2016

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TABLE OF CONTENT


历 CURRICULUM VITAE

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01 VERTICAL WEST MELBOURNE

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02 SLAB

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03 GROWING MEMORY

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04 CONSTRUCTION DESIGN

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05 READING ROOM

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Into the fog Photograph 2014.02.14


姓名 NAME

陈弘邦 Hongbang Chen

生日 BRITHDAY

1993.05.22

联系方式

hongbang.chen22@icloud.com +86 13559607566

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CONTACT


EDUCATION

墨尔本大学 | 墨尔本 澳大利亚 (建筑专业本科毕业) THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE | Melbourne, Australia 2015.07-2016.07 Bachelor of Environment Major in Architecture (Graduate in 2nd place Honour)

EXPERIENCE

科廷大学 | 珀斯 澳大利亚 CURTIN UNIVERSITY | Perth, Australia 2014.02-2015.06 Bachelor of Applied Science Major in Architecture

志愿者 | 2016 CAADRIA EVENT VOLUNTEER | 2016 CAADRIA EVENT (The Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia) 2016.04 Melbourne, Australia 实习 | 厦门拾工作室 INTERNSHIP | TEN STUDIO (10-Years experience Xiamen-based interior design studio) 2014.07-2015.06 Xiamen, China

科廷学院 | 珀斯 澳大利亚 CURTIN COLLEGE | Perth, Australia 2013.02-2013.09 Diploma in Built Environment 坎宁高中 | 珀斯 澳大利亚 CANNING COLLEGE | Perth, Australia 2011.09-2012.10 WAUPP(year 12) 集美高中 | 厦门 中国 JIMEI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL | Xiamen, China 2009.03-2011.07

EXHIBITION

技能

AutoCad

Advanced

SKILL

Rhino / Vray

Advanced

Sketchup

Intermediate

Grasshopper

Beginner

Photoshop

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Indesgin

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Illustrator

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office software

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中文

母语

CHINESE

Native

英语

流利

ENGLISH

Fluent

2016 THE END OF SEMESTER EXHIBITION | Vertical West Melbourne 2016.07 The Melbourne School of Design 2016 AA VISITING SCHOOL MELBOURNE | Slab 2016.02 Dulux Gallery (MSD) 2016 CONSTRUCTION DESIGN EXHIBITION | B2 Axon Drawing 2016.05 Dulux Gallery (MSD) 2014 THE END OF SEMESTER EXHIBITION | Reading Room 2014.07 Curtin University 201

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01 VERTICAL WEST MELBOURNE

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PROJECT TYPE

Mixed-used

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Fire Studio

TUTOR

Mark Irving

DATE

2016.06

LOCATION

Melbourne

Vertical West Melbourne This proposal for a mixed-use facility in the corner of Spencer street and Batman street, seeking a response to the future development in this area. The site is located in the east side of West Melbourne, it used to be the place for light industry and office buildings, nowadays this site is gradually becoming to a residential and retail mixed zone. This project reflects different symbolic areas in the West Melbourne by having different program clusters. This proposal also challenges the traditional way of designing high-rise building typology. Different from the traditional enclosed ecosystem, the entire project opens up to the public by providing the idea of ‘vertical street’. As combining both ‘the reflection of city’ and ‘vertical street’, this project creating a vertical experience of the city. Eventually, it become a stimulator for culture and exchanging ideas, different disciplines open to each other and diverse form of life can be found inside this building.


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WEST MELBOURNE URBAN MOTIFS ANALYSIS

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Through analysis the urban topology and figure map of the West Melbourne, the very distinct feature of the West Melbourne is its three different planning zones are very distinct.

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In the north, the Flagstaff Garden and Victoria Market are seen as culture zone, the residential and retial occupied the centre as civic zone. Lastly, the south is southern cross railway network which represents as production zone. PLANNING ZONES


BRIEF PROGRAM ANALYSIS

BRIEF INTERPRETATION The brief requesting several programs, such as social lounge, gym, yoga, restaurant, hotel, event hosting and office. By looking at the section of site, different program zones are clear represented. The similarities of building programs and urban program helps to make connection between different building programs to and urban planning zones.

URBAN SPATIAL RELATIONSHIP

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SOCIAL LOUNGE GYM YOGA

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OFFICE CONSULTATION SUITES BUSINESS EVENT HOSTING

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DESIGN STRATEGIES

‘VERTICAL STREET’ Inspired from Melbourne street culture and looking into the nature of urban life, the importance of street in our urban experience speaks for itself. In this project, idea of street become the major vertical circulation. Similar to how streets were form in our city, each program shared 15 to 20 percent of space to public. Therefore, the entire building is accessed to public, but certain private program (hotel, langue etc.) still has its own boundary between its occupants and public.

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COMBINE SHARE SPACES WITH URBAN STREET FORM

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‘REFLECTION OF CITY’ ‘The reflection of city’ in this project is mainly referring to the direct interpretation of urban program. The idea here is aiming to create a schematic experience echoes to mundane urban life. This not only help travelers or tourists have a general understanding of what the West Melbourne is made of, but also creating a conversation between a building and a city.

Extrude site area to maximum volume

Projecting urban motif to design

CULTURE CIVIC PRODUCTION LOBBY

Swipe civic & culture to encounter vertical spatial constrain

CIVIC CULTURE PRODUCTION LOBBY

Interpret urban planning to design brief

CIVIC CULTURE PRODUCTION LOBBY

HOTEL RESTAURANT SOCIAL FITNESS

OFFICE EVENT LOBBY

Subtract volumes to create open space

HOTEL RESTAURANT SOCIAL FITNESS

OFFICE EVENT LOBBY


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LEVEL 8 Hotel suites x6 Manager Suite

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LEVEL 7 Hotel Reception Hotel Suites x3 Manager Suite

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LEVEL 6 Restaurant (55ppl) Reception

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LEVEL 5 Yoga Studio Lounges x2 LEVEL 4 Gym Yoga reception LEVEL 3 Consultation x4

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EXHIBITION

INFORMAL MEETING

SHARE PROGRAMS The very important nature of street life is those temporary public spaces alongside the street, such as outdoor cafe, the press and street artist performance ground. Learning from this nature, 5 different share program prototypes are inserted in similar program cluster. For example, co-working is located in the office cluster.


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02 SLAB

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PROJECT TYPE

Mixed-used (conceptual)

AA VISITING

Unit 2

TUTOR

Holger Kehne / Gustav Düsing

DATE

2016.02

LOCATION

Melbourne


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Slab: Catalytic Intervention Australia is currently struggle to firm itself as an innovative nation. The economy is charged by the commodity production of industry, fall behind by other nations which have invested in a “knowledge economy” centred around economy. The Swanston/Grattan precinct provide us with reminder of Australia’s latent potential for innovation. Consisting of student apartment, small retail business, educational institutions and a variety of small companies alongside an even smaller amount of start up businesses, this block located in between two of influential academic institutions the University of Melbourne and RMIT. This proposal for Swanston/Grattan, an inten-

tion to unite existing fragmental conditions and to increase the connectivity was formalised through insertion of an unified platform. The gigantic unified platform is inspired by Archizoom’s unbuilt project Nostop City. This project suggests a new typology that takes a slice of existed urban fabric and mixed various programs with intended redundant spaces. It then creates a lot Intersections of formal spaces and informal spaces. These intersections are where communication and innovation can be fostered.


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SWANSTON/GRATTAN QUADRANT Swanston/Grattan quadrant provide us with a reminder of Australia’s latent potential of innovation. Consisting of student apartment, small retail businesses, and a variety of small companies alongside with a even small amount of small start up business, this block lies between two of Australia’s most influential academic institution, the University of Melbourne and RMIT.


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SITE ANALYSIS A series of analyses were carried out. Looking into existed urban fabric, building structure, circulation and different occupants according to various programs.


DESIGN RESEARCH

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NO-STOP CITY No-stop City is an unbuilt project by Archizoom. The drawing of this project shows an infinitely extending of grid, and space is subdivided by partial lines symbolising walls, also some natural features are inserted as interruptions. The photograph shows an endless and rather featureless space in which human lives a ‘primitive’ life. Both natural pieces and artificial products were brought in this project, showing an attempt to summarized people’s basic requirements of living. What special about this project is architects trying to express architecture as instrument of emancipation. This proposal calls for emancipating from the rhetorical forms of humanitarian socialism and rhetorical progressivism. Also it suggests occupants can freely occupy any space they want, the deliberate redundancy become a trigger for life and interactions. As a featureless space, it also represent the idea of equalisation, it frees us to be anyone in anywhere.


DESIGN STRATEGIES

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UNIFY

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PENETRATE

The existed buildings are isolated both in location and function. The essence of innovation is constantly connection between different discipline. Therefore, firstly we were trying merge all the different programs into one unified slab.

However, we found out ‘all in one’ strategy will not work in the ground level. As existed circulation is not only crucial to occupants, but also to adjacent residents and students. Therefore, the entire structure is lifted up to make full use of negative space.

As the structure is lifted, a contextual separation was created between new structure and existed. Also how the structure is supported is another problem. To solve these questions, we projecting to the existed structural core to the new structure, also the program can be informed by the existed structural grid.

To reinforce the connection between new and old, several openings were designed to allow sunlight penetration into existed public space. Most importantly, these openings also provided opportunities of visual connection within new structure and existed context.


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Different disciplines overlap to become collective.


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SPATIAL NEGOTIATION Public Academics white Collar (office) Hotel Guest Route of White Collar Route of Academics formal space

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EXPLODE AXONOMETRIC

ROOF ROOF

UNIFIED SLAB UNIFIED SLAB

STRUCTURAL COLUMNS STRUCTURE COLUMNS

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03 GROWING MEMORY

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PROJECT TYPE

Installation

MSD

Air Studio

TUTOR

Finnian Warnock

DATE

2015. 09

LOCATION

Melbourne

Growing Memory This project aims to implementing the idea of self commissioned architecture, propose an architectural intervention that will express, support, amplify or question continuous relationships between technical, cultural and natural systems. My site is CERES environment community where located at northeast from university of Melbourne. CERES is a non-profit education and research community that dedicated in help with urban ecology and sustainable development. My client is administrators of CERES community who aiming to creating a community-based learning place that bring economically satisfying, culturally enriching and spiritually nurturing ways of living together. Although

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hey have provided great environment and facilities to connect people in the physical way, yet the spiritual connection is rather weak.

Therefore, my design focus on establishing the spiritual connection in CERES community. In this case, by study he idea of DLA (diffusion-limited aggregation), I have deeloped a modular structure that inherent natural quality o echo the theme in CERES community. Meanwhile, have also looked at some well-known precedents of connecting people in the spiritual way, most of them are using physical objects as media to store people’s memories or express people’s thoughts. Therefore, in my design, each module can be seen as container for ndividuals’ memories by store their meaningful objects.

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SITE ANALYSIS

Merri Creek People movement

ENERGY PARK

PARKING LOT VISITOR CENTRE

LEARNING CENTRE

THE MERRI ORGANIC MARKET

HONEY LAND

COMMUNITY GARDEN

CAFE VILLAGE GREEN

MERRI CREEK

AFRICA VILLAGE INDONESIAN VILLAGE

DLA SYSTEM

Merri Creek River bank Green village Graden area Major buildings Global village

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The notion of DLA (Diffusion-Limited Aggregation) is a natural process of accretion. It starts with a seed, then a certain particle attaches with another particle, and this process will recursively running over time, to form a cluster of aggregation. This concept echoes with CERES’ culture and produces a constantly growing structure which could have infinite possibility and a life form.

CONCEPT DIAGRAM

SPIRITUAL CONNECTION The lacking of spiritual connection is the major problem is CERES’ community. To solve this problem, the design concept is using physical objects as reference to people’s thoughts, then connecting them together to symbolise the connection of people’s memories.


DESIGN OF TIMELINE

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SHOWING DIFFERENT MEMORIES IN DIFFERENT TIME

The idea of showing different time is added to enhance concept. In this project, time is mark by different months, there is a unique color for each month’s memory store modules.


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PROGRAM DESGIN By referencing to DLA system, I made few initial structural settings as origin seeds. People will get access to modules around these settings. Meanwhile, in reality, people will connect each module very randomly which is very similar to randomly moving particles in DLA system. In order to control outcome, people will more likely to connect modules to the adjacent settings, and avoid to develop structures toward path or river.

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GRASSHOPPER FORM-FINDING & FABRICATION PROCESS

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Fixed connection detail | Scale: 1:10 3. Close module

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4. Connnecting to other module

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FINAL MODULE PROTOTYPE

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DESIGN SCHEME OVERVIEW


OLYMPIC PARK COMMUNITY FACILITY CROXON RAMSAY SOIL PROFILE

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FFL 16.84 TOP OF NORTH PARAPET

RELATIVELY FLAT GROUND SOIL CLASS H 1. BASALT 2. SILTY CLAY (3200MM) 3. CLAY (2200MM) 4. SAND FILL (600MM)

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PROJECT TYPE

Construction Study

MSD

Construction Design

TUTOR

Carly Williams

DATE

2016.06

LOCATION

Melbourne

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05 READING ROOM PROJECT TYPE

Pavilion

UNIVERSITY OF CURTIN

Studio 202

TUTOR

Ariane Palassis

DATE

2014. 09

LOCATION

Perth

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Reading Room The brief is asking for a temporary reading room for students in university campus. Immediately, there are two important design criteria came to my mind, 1) offer unique reading experience. 2) easy for assembly and disassembly. Firstly, I have found a lot of students would like to spending time to read under the tree, but this experience only happened where tree is. Therefore, I wanted to design a reading room that can echo the experience of reading under the tree, which allowing people can still experience this enjoyable feeling even without go under the tree. And the core of this project is all about idea of spark light and expendable form. Lastly, the structure can be quickly built by 4-5 students, as it all structural connections are simple mortise and tenon joints.


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SECTION PERSPECTIVE (1:20)

ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE Part 1 (beam)

Part 3 (beam)

Part 2 (beam)

Reading area

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Reading area

Book shelf Reading area

EXPLODE ISOMETRIC

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INTERNAL PERSPECTIVE

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