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MA NING | PORTFOLIO MARS STUDIO Selected Works 2011 - 2018


NON-URBANISM

HARBIN THEATRE 2012-2014 Practical Work

SAN PELLEGRINO RENOVATION AND EXTENSION OF HEADQUARTERS 2017 Practical Work

HANGING GARDEN

JORYA HEADQUARTERS 2013-2014 Practical Work

FLOATING CITY

EXPANSION AND GROWTH OF MIT INFINITE CORRIDOR Upenn 2015 Advanced Design studio

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NEW YORK SKYSCRAPER TOWERS 2016 Practical Work

BADEROAD

TAIBEI BADEROAD RESIDENTIAL TOWERS 2013 Practical Work

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NEW YORK RESIDENTIAL SKYSCRAPER 2016 Practical Work

JNBY PAVILION

TEMPORARY PAVILION FOR JNBY 2012 Practical Work

IQON

ECUADOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDING 2018 Practical Work

SUPPLEMENT OTHER WORKS


NON-URBANISM | Harbin Opera House Position: Project Designer Location: Harbin, China Working Date: 2012.06-2014.07 Working Stage: Schematic Design - Construction Design - Interior Design Working Performance: 2D Drawing, 3D Modeling, Management, Interior design, Communication , Rendering Design Scope: Interior: Large auditorium interior design and optimization Exterior: Small theatre skin and optimization Landscape: C-bridge and F-bridge design and drawing Building Info: Building Area: 77,000 sqm Building height: 56 m Status: Complete Company: MAD architects


MY PERFORMANCE IN HARBIN THEATER 2011-2014

SCHEMATIC DESIGN (11/2011 -12/2011)

Design: small auditorium design, small theater lobby design, 8th floor office lobby design

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT (02/2012 - 06/2012)

Design: curtain wall panelization, large auditorium design and optimization, F-bridge design, grand plaza landscape design, ticket office interior design Drawings: DD drawings setup and sections and parts of floor plans (theater and office floor plans)

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS (08/2012 - 02/2013)

Design: curtain wall panelization and optimization, wood shell optimization, entrance, sunken garden Communication: Gehry Technology, BIAD (LDI), curtain wall design, interior design company Drawing: F-bridge construction documents

INTERIOR DESIGN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS (02/2013 - 08/2014)

Design: large theater wood shell optimization, small auditorium entry design, lobby GRG division, exterior GRC division Communication: Gehry Technology, BIAD(LDI), curtain wall design Drawing: F-bridge construction documents

CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION (02/2013 - 08/2014)

Design adjustments in 3D model and 2D drawings almost everywhere according to the site condition Communication with all consultants includes contractor, LDI, signage, lighting, stage, acoustics, etc Management includes team assignments, time schedule, meeting arrangement, drawings review


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Harbin Theater Different from other Theater buildings that are normally located in the urban centre, Harbin Theater will not act as an isolated landmark for the city, but the natural continuation of the human spirit. Harbin Cultural Island is located in the natural landscape of the riverside wetland north of Songhua River. It is part of the development north of Sun Island, which is an important natural habitat in the north. The entire building is expected to be completed in 2016. Harbin, China

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WINTER SNOW VIEWS The theatre includes a large theatre and a small theatre. The theatre takes the natural beauty of the north as its premise. In an attempt to reduce such a large volume, the architectural form is a continuation of the natural environment as it becomes part of the landscape. The entire building acts as an undulating snow covered mountain, following a natural rhythm.


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Curtain wall panel system Curtain Wall The cladding panelization option was finalized by myself in Grasshopper. In the later stage of design development phase, I was in charge of communication with Gehry Technology, who was managing the curtain wall optimization in BIM. In addition, I was also involved with daily communication with curtain wall design consultant Inhabit Group and Yuanda cladding Engineering.

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Cladding_Bump The cladding of the building is custom-made pure white aluminium. White stone and concrete are also used as part of the wall, introducing a pure feeling of North. The bumps on the skin reflect the features of Harbin—ice and snow, and become the important design element on the elevation. Bump Shape

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Working flow between 2D and 3D Although we kept ten people around in the team in the design stage, I had to be responsible for 3D model and 2D drawings for my design part simultaneously. The design transformation between 2D and 3D work through a smooth working flow between CAD and Rhino or Grasshopper. I helped to build the drawing setup at DD stage. My drawing skills are excellent and precise. Such as a series of section drawings above in DD stage.

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Large Auditorium The stage design for the theatre is not only suitable for western opera and modern drama performances, but also meets the requirement of traditional Chinese theatre plays. The acoustics and lighting design provide a high level of performance for the various venues in the theatre.

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Design Optimization One of the challenges of large auditorium is to meet all the requirements from different consultants such as Lighting, Acoustics, Stage, Cost and Seating meanwhile to keep the original concept and form. I participated in numerous of communication meetings for design development in the design stage of the optimization.

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Small Auditorium The natural forms inspired by rippling water create a visual connection between interior and exterior. The rippling form will improve acoustical performance and also make the space more visually dynamic. I participated in the small auditorium from concept design to the design development includes the grasshopper final definition of wave design which is based on the mathematical equation. I was also involved with communication with materials fabricator, Acoustics consultant and cooperating with interior design company to develop the construction documents.


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Under Construction 2011 - 2013 Site wetlands, Site break ground, Concrete Structure, Steel Structure From 2013-2014, I went to the construction site monthly to take part in construction big meeting with all the consultants. During my site visit, I administered the construction process to assure conformance with design intent and addressed any field conditions as they arise.

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Under Construction 2013 - 2014 Steel Structure, Labor Recreation Center, Cladding Wall, Harbin Culture Island One of my jobs on the site was to record the construction progress by take photos for project press of the office. I am a good photographer.

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Construction 2015 - 2016 To Be Finished

From the design’s initial startup in 2011 to March 2013, the overall structure of the Cultural Centre was complete and the entire project began to take shape. The building façade and landscape has been finished by February of 2015, and the rest of the interior parts are still on-going. The overall opera house will be complete by November of 2015 after four years of construction. Meanwhile, another project of the Harbin Culture Island, Labor Recreation Center will continue with the exterior curtain wall working till the April of the 2016. In the next year, the interior and landscape parts will be in construction and will be finished in the end of the 2016. Photo © Iwan Baan, Hufton+Crow, Adam Mørk


SAN PELLEGRINO FLAGSHIP FACTORY | Headquarters Renovation & Extension Position: Project Designer Working Date: 2017.06-2018.09 Location: San Pellegrino, Italy Type: Headquarter renovation and extension Working Scope: Main designer, 3D model, 2D drawing, Rendering, Communication. Working Stage: Concept Design - Design Development Status: Under Construction Company: Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)


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Experience Lab The Experience Lab seeks to tell the story behind the production of the water. the design evolves from a simple archway, forming expanding and contracting tunnels.

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FLOATING CITY | Growth and Expansion of MIT Infinite Corridor Type: UPENN Advance Research Studio Work, M_Arch Program Location: MIT kendall square, Cambridge Design Date: 2015.02-2015.05 Advisor: Marion Weiss, Michael Manfredi Review Guest: Kenneth Frampton Cooperator: Chuanzhang Li


The Infinite Corridor Underlying the lore of MIT and the city of Cambridge’s academic/professional think-tank profile is the Infinite Corridor, a subsurface umbilical cord connecting many of MIT’s core buildings, as well as the legacy of the now demolished Building 20, the “temporary” structure erected in 1943 and demolished in 1998, that was home to numerous Nobel Prize winners’ discoveries during its half century existence.

Kendall Square Located adjacent to the MIT Media Lab, the Kendall square of Cambridge covers a huge triangle zone of three blocks. The current master plan of this district divides buildings by use and lot. This MIT special district occupies a finite footprint but has unparalleled views of the city and river, . Currently a collection of surface parking lots, this recently rezoned area has the potential to become a city within the city, a campus within the campus, and an extension of the university itself.

Floating City Our proposal is based on the relationships between the surrounding buildings and the adjacent public square and green spaces. Consequently, instead of segmenting the urban-scale site into fragmental pieces, a mega-structure floating building has been proposed to keep the urban context, meanwhile it operates as a networked linking connection. The project rebuilds the architectural typologies and ideological sense of campus by recasting the connections between the Micro-Urban and Cityscape.


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Corridor Concept in Different Fields The Infinite Corridor In The Academy, School of Athens Italian Renaissance Fresco 1509-11 by Raphael; The Infinite Corridor In The Work Place, The Larkin Building, 1904; The Infinite Corridor In The Academy, Lower Manhattan Expressway, Paul Rudolph, 1967; The Infinite Corridor, 1943 - 1945, MIT

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Growth and Expansion To maximize its transparency and porosity of the urban-scale site, the plinth – main volume of the bottom – raised and covering an outdoor plaza to create urban nucleus. Five towers oriented facing different views were elevated again above the floating platform. The roof works as the transitional spaces between the towers and plinth, becoming an artificial landscape for campus activities.


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1:300 Sectional Model The sectional physical model cut through the building from sunken plaza of the subway station in the west, pass through the central public atrium, continue to the south academic tower.

Sectional Model Close-up The sectional physical model shows that the plinth operates like a linked bridge connecting streets along the site. Distinguished from the closed staircase, the slow ramps connects different levels in a open and public way to stimulate the commutations in the buildings

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Platform View From East Extended Public Plane & Continuous Movement The towers raised again upon the roof of the platform creates a continuous outdoor community. Views will not be blocked by towers from both sides. The terrace is the connection for level difference for resting and activities.

View From Marriott Hotel Transportation Connection & Horizontal Urbanscape The transportation system is part of the micro-city connected by the sunken plaza located adjacent to the Marriott Hotel. The roof of the platform is a reflection of the horizontal Urbanscape. Diverse design elements like lawn and roof gardens were infused in the roof artificial landscape. The plinth’s stainless-steel facade softly reflects natural light to echo the building’s context.

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Central Atrium Physical Model 1:300 Sectional Physical Model & 1:500 Atrium Close-up Model The central atrium is a transitional and dynamic space between interior and exterior, public and private, natural and artificial. It is sunken into basement floor from the roof of the platform and surrounded by several gentle sloped staircases and glazed walls.


Central Atrium Looking Up Vertical Connection & Natural Light Infusion

Central Atrium Vertical Connection & Natural Light Infusion Functionally, the atrium is a vertical circulation interconnecting the basement, ground, and plinth. The big opening also brings the natural lights into floors and the ground. The amphitheatre, grand stairs and sunken garden offer the opportunities for students to open-air performance, sharing, and communicating.


SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE A-A Transportation Connection & Movement

SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE B-B Tower Section & Landscape Connection


HANGING GARDEN | Xinhee Design Center Position: Project Designer Working Date: 2012.04-2013.08 Location: Xiamen, China Type: Headquarter, office building Working Scope: Main designer, 3D model, 2D drawing, Team Management, Communication. Working Stage: Concept Design - Detail Design Status: Under Construction Area: 61,296 sqm Company: MAD architects


Design Description The building is conceived as a series of vertically stacked gardens wrapped with an airy screening element, or exterior skin, to protect the inner climatic comfort for the occupants and superimpose a cohesive aesthetic to the exterior massing. The vertically integrated gardens are surrounded by office programmes, each replete with a unique view of at least one of these many themed public zones. The building massing structure is designed to minimize the visual impact within the gardens and offices, helping to instil a perception of a building floating in mist. Every floor is presented as different neighbourhoods with a variety of social zones to encourage community and pride in the workplace. The overall openness of the massing is designed to take full advantage of the comforts of the Xiamen climate and to maximize day light penetration into the depths of the building.

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The transition from the city to the building begins with the landscape of the site. Gently sloping hills hint to the lifting of the typical ground condition into the upper levels. These hills also form privacy and sound barriers to the inner portions of the site. A large open public courtyard with a pond is positioned best in the south half of the site. This allows the buildings in the western sites to have a view to the park in the centre of the master plan and creates a small node for the urban pedestrians passing along the site. The building massing defers to the central park with a larger percentage of terraces and open zones along the east side. The northern and western portions of the massing are decidedly more dense, complimenting the urban intention of these areas in the master plan.

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Typical Plan_4th Floor_Plan A typical plan drawing on 4th floor in the schematic design stage MASTER STUDIO 330 sqm EXHIBITION 562 sqm CR & GS & IV DESIGN OFFICE 1102 sqm & BOARD 1154 sqm QDA DESIGN OFFICE & BUSINESS STORAGE + ARCHIVE 260 sqm STORAGE + ARCHIVE 224 sqm

EXHIBITION 1027 & sqm BUSINESS BUSINESS SUPPORT 2481 sqm GENERAL ADMIN + 1270 sqm 866 sqm STORAGE ARCHIVE STORAGE + ARCHIVE 217 sqm

MASTER STUDIO 330330 sqm MASTER MASTER STUDIO STUDIO 330 sqm sqm CR CR &CR GS &GS IV&DESIGN OFFICE 1102 sqmsqm && GS & IVIV DESIGN DESIGN OFFICE OFFICE 1102 1102 sqm STORAGE + ARCHIVE 260260 sqm STORAGE STORAGE + ARCHIVE + ARCHIVE 260 sqm sqm

EXHIBITION sqm PRIVATE562 1048sqm QDA CONFERENCE DESIGN OFFICE1048sqm & BUSINESS & BOARD 1154 sqm STORAGE + ARCHIVE 224 sqm

BUSINESS & BUSINESS SUPPORT 2481 sqm EXHIBITION 626 sqm STORAGE ARCHIVE sqm 866 sqm JR & +JW DESIGN 866 OFFICE STORAGE + ARCHIVE 450 sqm

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CONFERENCE 225sqm EXHIBITION 626 sqm AN & NEW DESIGN OFFICE 720 sqm JR & JW DESIGN OFFICE 866 sqm STORAGE + ARCHIVE 226 sqm STORAGE + ARCHIVE 450 sqm

EXHIBITION 762 sqm STORAGE + ARCHIVE 406 sqm PRIVATE PRIVATE 1048sqm 1048sqm PRIVATE 1048sqm CONFERENCE CONFERENCE 1048sqm 1048sqm CONFERENCE 1048sqm

Floor Plans Every floor is presented as different neighbourhoods with a variety of social zones to encourage community and pride in the workplace.

EXHIBITION EXHIBITION EXHIBITION 1027 1027 1027 sqmsqm sqm GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL ADMIN ADMIN ADMIN 1270 1270 1270 sqmsqm sqm STORAGE STORAGE STORAGE + ARCHIVE + ARCHIVE + ARCHIVE 217217 sqm 217 sqm sqm

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EXHIBITION EXHIBITION EXHIBITION 626626 sqm 626 sqm sqm JR & JRJR JW && JW DESIGN JW DESIGN DESIGN OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE 866866 sqm 866 sqm sqm STORAGE STORAGE STORAGE + ARCHIVE + ARCHIVE + ARCHIVE 450450 sqm 450 sqm sqm

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Louver density: 8 segments; Louver rotation: 50°; Porosity: 35%

Exterior Skin The exterior screen is a nonopaque, porous surface that covers portions of the building. The screen is not enclosed and provides natural ventilation and shading to the areas of the building that it covers.


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Different forms of vegetation, such as bamboo, pine tree, orchid and unique landscape themes such as mountain and water fall will give each garden a unique expression and atmosphere. Walkways and stairs connecting the different gardens allow for circulation around and through the massing.


Central Area Design The vertical space with or metal material accentuating the verticality Bridges linking floors and acting as cat walks random holes puncture the wall to allow occupants different views. The openness of the massing and central is designed to take full advantage of the comforts of the Xiamen climate and to maximize day light penetration into the depths of the building.

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Section & Gardens The vertically integrated gardens are surrounded by office programmes, each replete with a unique view of at least one of these many themed public zones.

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Different types of lounge rooms from open, half open and closed spaces will meet the diverse requirements from office people.

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Atrium View Looking Down

Central Core Area looking down from Upper Bridge

Atrium View Looking Up

Central Core Area looking down from Upper Bridge

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BADEROAD RENOVATION | Baderoad Residential Towers Location: Taipei, China Working Date: 2012.02-2012.04 Type: Solo work, Competition Program: Residential

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Design Intention ‘A house is a machine for living in.’ Quote from Le Corbusier. What about today? We are already been away from machine age, what message should an architecture convey ? What is the house today? Given the simple, functional plans, the project located in Taiwan is an opportunity to respond to the needs of an expanding city, to create a residential landmark that strives for more than simple efficiency and that provides residents an emotional connection to their hometown.

Shear Wall

Tower Volume

Facade Flows

Variable Floors

Design Parameters As a evolution of the design, the structure and the functional plans should be regarded as the condition of the design.

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Site Plan

Vertical Gardens Situated between a residential community and an elevated highway and defined by L shape boundary, the site area is divided into four zones for four towers as the developers originally proposed. How to address an existing rational plan without breaking the program distribution for the residential buildings is our first challenge we met. In such a circumstance, I conceived our residences as a collection of angular blocks, faceted surfaces and vertical lines.

Unit A

Unit B

Unit C

Unit D

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View from Overpass Bridge Overall Massing View

Close-Up View & Street View Facade Rendering and Street View

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空間虛實設置,增加屋頂天際線變化

屋頂綠化

Solid and Soft Analysis

Garden and Green Diagram

Garden Balcony Our design features a continuous balcony that surrounds the whole building planes, eliminating the vertical barriers traditionally used in high rise architecture. The vertical pipes break the simple and repetition of the traditional residential buildings. The balconies are clad with finely textured grey aluminium. The voids, plants and balcony, are integrated together to create a green garden.

2M cantilever based from code Curved Extended Boundary

Solid And Soft Analysis

Horizontal variation Vertical variation

Slab Green Design

Facade Diagram

Tower A Tower D

Tower C Tower B

Podium Green

Podium Green Design Diagram

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Balcony

Living Room

Changing Room

Balcony

Main Bedroom

Bedroom

Bedroom Living Room

Limited 2M line

Bedroom Living Room Dinner Room

Limited boundary line

Changing Room

Bedroom

2米懸挑限制線(最大距離)

1米懸挑限制線

Dinner Room Bedroom Kitchen

Bedroom Ante-room

Balcony

Kitchen

Garden Balcony

沖孔鋁板 (植草)

Lift Hall

Ante-room

Balcony

Balcony

Kitchen

Void

Bedroom Kitchen

開口

減計100%遮陽板

Bedroom

Dinner Room Bedroom Changing Room Dinner Room Living Room

沖孔鋁板 減計50%遮陽板面

Living Room

Bedroom Bedroom

Bedroom

Bedroom

Balcony

Changing Room 覆土坑

Soil layer Bedroom

Balcony

B Unit | Typical Plan_18th Floor Situated between a residential community and an elevated highway, the site area is divided into four zones for four towers as the developers originally proposed. How to address an existing rational plan without breaking the program distribution for the residential buildings is our first challenge we met.

A Unit | Typical Plan

C Unit | Typical Plan

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TRANSFORMABLE PAVILION | Temporary Pavilion for JNBY Location: Shanghai, China Design Date: 2010.04 - 2010.06 Project Type: Installation, pavilion Working Scope: Designer, 3d model Company: HHD_FUN

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View from Renmin Park The pavalion was a transformable and temporary structure for the JNBY and COTTON USA fashion show held in Shanghai, with an ability to take on numerous different forms. The structure hosted a list of events including live music and corporate entertainment.

Pavilion Night View The tent itself is created from a steel structure with a taut elastic waterproof material with translucent properties. The material, provided by COTTON USA was made from low-carbon footprint products, creating a biologically friendly installation with a major advantage of being able to be easily re-installed and re-used in the future, with a new form.

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Formation Of The Structure

Formation of an isosceles triangle.

Centre control point of original triangle is raised, above the newly formed triangle.

Original triangle divided by 4 triangles into 12 sections, indentifying 7 control points.

Mid-length control points of original triangle are raised, forming a new isosceles triangle at the top.

Mid-length control points of the top triangle are created and pulled out wards.

In line with the original mid-length control points, a new control point is created, rasied and pulled outwards.

Interior Layout Plan

Entrance

Visual Displays

Tables

Section

Site Plan

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DJ desk

Backstage area


Park View for Pavilion Based on the formation of origami triangles, the unique structural design was formed. The structure can be assembled into one of many possible combinations with an ability to be easily transformed from one form to the next. As well as being easily deconstructed for transportation or storage.

River View for Pavilion The whole structure consists of 6 inter-locking components, sharing 3 varied designs. Each design was achieved from a process of continuous deformation and manipulation of one triangular surface, resulting in a shape which corresponds to the overall layout.

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45 BROAD ST | New York Residential Skyscraper Position: Project Lead Designer Working Date: 2016.02- Current Location: New York Type: Residential Building Height: 1150 feet Working Scope: Project Lead Designer, Parametric Designer, 3D model, 2D drawing, Rendering, Revit. Client: Madison Equities Status: DD submission Company: Cetra Ruddy Architecture


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OCCUPANCY LOAD CALCULATION FOR RESIDENTIAL USE AS PER TABLE 1004.1.2 IS 200 SF FLOOR AREA PER OCCUPANT.

DOB FILE NO.

15' - 3"

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

A-05B

LEGEND ROOM AREA: 157 SF LIGHT REQ'D (10%): 16 SF LIGHT PROVIDED: 72 SF AIR REQ'D (5%): 8 SF 24 SF AIR PROVIDED:

4' - 0"

4' - 5 1/2"

SE-1 9.2

ROOM AREA: 633 SF LIGHT REQ'D (10%): 63 SF LIGHT PROVIDED: 144 SF AIR REQ'D (5%): 32 SF 48 SF AIR PROVIDED:

5.2A

11 R4'-10 1/8"

A-02

A-04

8.2A

4.2

PE-2

71' - 1 3/4"

W/D

0.3A

DRAWING NO.

4' - 0"

10 A-503.00

A-05

4' - 0"

2.2A

T-01 2.3A

5.2A

4' - 0"

2' - 7 1/4" 1' - 6 3/4"

4' - 11 3/4"

2' - 1"

DN

22' - 4" T-01

0.2

4' - 0"

BA-01G

5.1A

AP 0.3A

0.2

2' - 0"

A-01

R-2 9

STAIR B2.3A

0.2

BuroHappold Engineering 100 Broadway New York, NY 10005 212.334.2025

1. ALL APARTMENTS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH SMOKE / CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS, COMPLYING WITH NYC B.C. 908.7. SEE REFLECTED CEILING PLANS, A-200 SERIES DWGS, FOR LOCATIONS. 2. ALL KITCHEN AND BATHROOMS TO COMPLY WITH ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS OF ICC 1003-TYPE A, FHA SPECIFICATION B, AND UFAS. SEE A-600 SERIES DRAWINGS. 3. ALL LOT-LINE WALLS SHALL BE 2-HR FIRE RATED 4. ALL LOT-LINE WINDOWS SHALL BE SPRINKLERED 5. ALL COMMON CORRIDOR WALLS SHALL BE 2-HR FIRE RATED; SEE PARTITION SCHEDULE G-004. 6. ALL COMMON CORRIDOR DOORS SHALL BE 1 1/2 HR FIRE RATED; SEE DOOR SCHEDULE G-006. 7. PROJECT DATUM 0'-0" = NAVD'88 1.095 8. REFER TO FINISH BOOK (APPENDIX A), SCHEDULES, AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALL PUBLIC SPACE FINISHES AND FURNISHINGS. 9. ALL DUCT SLAB OPENINGS ARE 2" LARGER THAN DUCT SIZE ON ALL FOUR SIDES 10. ALL UFAS COMPLIANT UNITS SHALL BE EQUIPPED WITH COMBINATION FIRE ALARM SPEAKER/STROBE 11. BUILDING ENTRY DOORS AND EXTERIOR EXIT DOORS WILL BE EQUIPPED WITH HEAVY DUTY LOCK SETS WITH AUXILIARY LATCH BOLTS AND LIGHT(S) SHALL BE PROVIED AT OR NEAR THE OUTSIDE OF THE FRONT ENTRANCEWAY OF THE BUILDING PROVIDING NOT LESS THAN 5 FOOT CANDLES (53.82 LUX) INTENSITY MEASURED AT THE FLOOR LEVEL FOR THE FULL WIDTH OF THE ENTRANCE WAY PER BC 1008.4.1

14' - 1 1/2"

A-02 A-03

Ventresca Design, LLC 44-02 Eleventh St, Suite 203 Long Island City, NY 11101 212.600.0033

MPFP LLC / M. Paul Friedberg & Partners 120 Broadway, Floor 20 New York, NY 10005 212.477.6366

NOTES

0.2A

2' - 6 1/2"

1529.00

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

24' - 11"

4' - 0"

5' - 0 1/2"

A-114.00

LANGAN 21 Penn Plaza 360 West 31st Street, 8th Fl New York, NY 10001 212.479.5400 1/4" = 1'-0"

1' - 1"

6' - 0"

LIVING/DINING 17'-7" x 23' - 1"

14

5' - 0"

9' - 11 3/4"

0.2A

A-04A

0.2

" 0 1/8 R4'-1

8.1

11.2

10.2

4.2

3 BR 1759 SF

CL A-04E

13' - 9" 0.2A

8.1A

BuroHappold Engineering 100 Broadway New York, NY 10005 212.334.2025

79 °0 0' 00 "

STAIR A

2' - 11"

8.1A

22' - 5 3/4"

CL

1' - 9 1/4"

5' - 4 1/2"

7' - 7"

4' - 0"

4' - 4"

A

2' - 3 1/4"

4.2

0.2

1' - 3 1/2"

A-01

4.2

4.2

10

BEDROOM 2 14'-9 1/2" x 11' - 9"

3' - 1"

6' - 1" 7' - 9"

1' - 0 1/4" 19

8.1A

5.2A 5.2A 8.1A

0.2A

A-03

1

8' - 2 3/4"

AP

4' - 10 1/4"

0.2A

13.2

2' - 1"

PR-03

3' - 7"

4' - 0" 19

19

7' - 9 1/4"

11' - 7 3/4"

14' - 0 1/2"

15' - 7" 4' - 6 3/4"

8.2

4.2

2' - 9 1/4"

4' - 4" 4' - 4"

5.2A 19

0.2A

19

0.2A

2 1759 SF

5.2A

12' - 1 3/4"

TRAVEL DISTANCE = 79'-7" MAX. DISTANCE = 200'-0"

A-04

WIC BA-01

4' - 2"

5.2A

6.1A 19

A-07

11' - 0"

6 1/4"

M BEDROOM 12'-5" x 17' - 5"

1' - 10 1/2" 5' - 8 1/4"

A-03

147 294

0.2A

0.2

2' - 0"

W/D

2

9' - 9 1/2"

9' - 7 1/4"

MB-01 0.2A

A-05 W/D 3' - 4"

3' - 10"

44 88

A-03

0.3A

A-03

180 360

5.1A

8.1A

0.2

12' - 10 1/2" 5.2A

9' - 10"

8.1A

0.2 CL NID

A-02

0.2A

2' - 0"

8 3/4"

5.1A 8.1A

11 1/2"

4.2 0.2A

R-2 6

0.2A

7' - 8"

2' - 4 3/4" 11 3/4"

A-02

A-04

8' - 6 1/2"

1' - 10" 2' - 4 1/4"

2 1195 SF

MB-03

4' - 11 1/4"

36 72

R4'-10 1/8"

8.0

A-04A

5.2A

1' - 0 1/4"

5.1A

5' - 4"

3' - 2 1/2"

2' - 2"

A-05B 2' - 8"

WIC

13.2

BA-01E

3' - 0"

5' - 2"

00" 00' 79°

0.2A

3' - 10" 0.2

5' - 4"

17A

0.2A

NID

8.1A

0.2A

9' - 2"

8.1A

A-04

0.2A 8.1A

CL

3' - 2"

0.2A

0.2

A-03 4' - 5"

A-02

6' - 0 1/4"

4' - 5 1/2"

4' - 4" 7' - 7"

8' - 2 3/4"

BEDROOM 2 10'-10" x 11' - 8"

14' - 2" 2 BR 1195 SF

8.1A

0.2

6' - 4"

1' - 1 1/2" 6' - 9 1/2"

AP

WIC

0.2A

A-04B

LIVING/DINING 13'-10" x 19' - 3"

STAIR B TOTAL

4' - 8"

79 °0 0' 00 "

9

B

9' - 0"

16' - 7"

3' - 9 1/4" 3' - 9 1/4"

8.1A

0.2

M BEDROOM 12'-0" x 15' - 3"

12' - 6"

8.1A

A-03B

8.1A

13' - 7 1/4"

FLOOR 40_TIER 2 1/4" = 1'-0"

4' - 0"

3' - 10 1/2"

3' - 10 1/2"

A-02

0.2A

A-04

3 A-471.00

1

4' - 0"

N

3' - 9 1/4"

BEDROOM 3/STUDY 13'-7" x 11' - 7 1/2"

1/4"

4' - 0"

147

3' - 9 1/4"

8.1A

0.2A

3' - 9

13.2

10' - 6"

8.1A

0.2A

6 A-471.00

4' - 0"

8

5.1A

0.2A

12' - 11"

BEDROOM 2 10'-6" x 12' - 10"

11 1/2"

9' - 10" 5.2A

TRAVEL DISTANCE = 68'-8" MAX. DISTANCE = 200'-0" A-02

15' - 0"

7

4' - 0"

STAIR CAPACITY (W / .2 IN.)

44

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

12' - 5"

12' - 7"

2' - 10 1/2"

6 1/4"

0.2A

ROOM AREA: 154 SF LIGHT REQ'D (10%): 15 SF LIGHT PROVIDED: 72 SF AIR REQ'D (5%): 8 SF 24 SF AIR PROVIDED:

4' - 0"

STAIR WIDTH PROVIDED (IN.)

180

2' - 10 1/2"

M BEDROOM 12'-5 1/2" x 17' - 5"

A-03

8.0

4' - 0"

5.2A

5.2A

MB-03

3

4' - 0"

DOOR CAPACITY (W / .2 IN.)

36

4' - 0"

1/8" '-10 R4

2 A-471.00

4' - 0"

8.0

12' - 2"

4

4' - 0"

6

5

15 5.1A

1' - 10 1/4"

° 79

4 A-471.00

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

4' - 8"

0" '0 00

DOOR WIDTH PROVIDED (IN.)

STAIR A

LIGHTING DESIGNER

ROOM AREA: 135 SF LIGHT REQ'D (10%): 14 SF LIGHT PROVIDED: 48 SF AIR REQ'D (5%): 7 SF 24 SF AIR PROVIDED:

ROOM AREA: 453 SF LIGHT REQ'D (10%): 45 SF LIGHT PROVIDED: 48 SF AIR REQ'D (5%): 23 SF 24 SF AIR PROVIDED:

ROOM AREA: 207 SF LIGHT REQ'D (10%): 21 SF LIGHT PROVIDED: 48 SF AIR REQ'D (5%): 11 SF 24 SF AIR PROVIDED:

WSP Group 228 East 45th Street, 3rd Fl New York, NY 10017 212.687.9888

SCALE

ROOM AREA: 162 SF LIGHT REQ'D (10%): 16 SF LIGHT PROVIDED: 48 SF AIR REQ'D (5%): 8 SF 24 SF AIR PROVIDED:

4 6 3 4 17

PROJECT

ROOM AREA: 248 SF LIGHT REQ'D (10%): 25 SF LIGHT PROVIDED: 144 SF AIR REQ'D (5%): 13 SF 24 SF AIR PROVIDED:

OCCUPANCY

© 2016 CETRARUDDY ARCHITECTURE DPC

AREA PER OCCUPANT

830 SF 1204 SF 620 SF 765 SF

MEP ENGINEER

AREA

R-2 R-2 R-2 R-2

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

OCCUPANCY GROUP

UNIT A UNIT B UNIT C UNIT D Grand total: 4

PROJECT GEOTECHNICAL SCALE ENGINEER DRAWING NO.

SPACE

Madison 45 Broad Development, LLC

105 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10016 CetraRuddy Architecture DPC 584 Broadway Suite 401 New York, NY 10012 212.941.9801 13TH TO 36TH FLOOR - TIER 1

DOB DOB LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT FILE NO. PAGE NO.

OCCUPANT LOAD SCHEDULE - 13TH TO 36TH FLOOR - TIER 1

CURTAIN WALL CONSULTANT

ARCHITECT

NEW YORK NY 10004

John A. Cetra State of New York Registered Architect No. 018861

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Mid-Section Wind Break Sky Lobby West to East View The skylobby located on the 40th floor functions as a wind break to reduce the tower movements caused by the wind loads.

Bring the Exterior to Interior Looking up from skylobby The interior design is organized as a series of columns surrounds the buildings that are separate volumes at the lower levels, but interweave and link together as they rise upwards, connecting the outer wall of the core and generates seats for resting.

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Light & Shadow Sky Lobby South View Shadows projected onto the walls and floor result from the building’s external branch shape structure, which also connects the lower tier and higher tier of the tower.

Building Entrance South entrance The south entrance continue the similar tree branches language with open gesture to invite people inside.

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IQON | Ecuador Residential Building Position: Designer Working Date: 2017.11-2018.01 Location: Quito, Ecuador Type: Residential high-rise building Working Scope: Designer, 3D model, 2D drawing, Rendering. Working Stage: Concept Design - Schematic Design Status: Under Construction Company: Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)


The project is situated between the urban center and la carolina park in the city of quito of Ecuador. The concrete structure will climb to a total of 33-stories, offering sweeping views that take in the nearby volcanoes.

The tower will become the city’s tallest building, comprises stacked concrete boxes. each of these modules has been rotated to provide views and space for outdoor terraces. Each floor features apartments that have terraces on both the north and south façades, a gesture which not only allows for generous views, but also ensures cross ventilation and a general sense of openness.

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MAXIMUM VOLUME The resulting volume after applying setbacks.

VIEW OF OPTIMIZATION The optimal massing allows for the most desirable views towards the park and landscape nearby.

THROUGH UNITS Two cores on each side of the building allow for premuim with access to day light, views and cross ventilation.

GROUND FLOOR PLAZA A green plaza surrounded by retail become an extension of park and provides a new East-To-West connection through the site.

PRIVATE TERRACES The volume is subdivided into smaller room sizes and slightly rotated to create private terraces for each units.

IQON TOWER The park starts to climib up the rotating boxes that make up the facade of the building, creating a vertical display of Quito’s bio diversity.

Once the trees outgrow their planters (after about five years), they can be replanted in the city’s parks. In this way the building becomes part of a green cycle — from park to building back to park. The building aims compress the unique experience of quito into a single building to create a vertical community: la carolina park climbing all the way up to the penthouse.

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Ground Plaza At ground level, an open public plaza is activated by retail spaces. AXONOMETRIC VIEW LEVEL 2

AXONOMETRIC RESIDENTIAL FLOOR TYPE B

Axonometric GF

Axonometric Unit View IQON

QUITO, ECUADOR

CLIENT

URIBE & SCHWARZKOPF MORENO BELLIDO #200 Y AV. AMAZONAS QUITO - ECUADOR T +593 2 2557 100 www.usconstructores.com

ARCHITECT

BJARKE INGELS GROUP

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BIG

DESIGN 58 BIGDEVELOPMENT REPORT

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT REPORT

45 MAIN STREET, 9TH FLOOR BROOKLYN, NY 11201 USA T +1 347 549 4141 www.big.dk

ARCHITECT LOCAL

URIBE & SCHWARZKOPF MORENO BELLIDO #200 Y AV. AMAZONAS QUITO - ECUADOR T +593 2 2557 100 www.usconstructores.com

A2.101 2

1

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

A2.601

RENELAGOS MAGDALENA 140 OF 2402 LAS CONDES SANTIAGO - CHILE T +56 2 2 594 13 00 www.renelagos.com

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER LOCAL

FERNANDO ROMO LA TIERRA E 10-84 Y SHYRIS QUITO - ECUADOR T +593 2 245 6167 www.fernandoromo.com

1 MECHANICAL ENGINEER

AVS INGENIERA

6.41

URB. PROFESORADO MUNICIPAL PICHINCHA Y TUNGURAHUA F9 QUITO - ECUADOR T +593 2 282 7937 www.avsingenieria.com

PLUMBING ENGINEER

NARVEL CONSTRUCCIONES

3.52

3.52

2.76

QUITO - ECUADOR

3.68

3.68

CIVIL + GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER

GEO ESTUDIOS

WIND TUNNEL LAB

3.43

58 m²

4.08 7.06

CPP

LANDSCAPE CONSULTANT

1.40

1.25

DN

CIEL ATELIER

J

12.01

MECHANICAL

1.82

F'

F

H'

5.75

2.30

0.70

H

J'

1.50

4 m²

6.63

D

18.93°

M'

CONCRETE CONSULTANT

REG HOUGH ASSOCIATES P.O. BOX 482 ALLENWOOD, NJ 08720 USA T +1 732 600 8977 www.reghoughassociates.com

7.42°

13.91°

DN

2

A04

41.60

1.25

1BR 59 m²

4.51

5.72

UP

1.15

0.90

R3

A07

2BR

0.69

88 m²

9

DN

R4

UP

2.31

3.47

0.70

3.00

2.10

4.32

2.00

4.42

3.00

1.54

2.88

2.00

6.66

2.53

1.50

2.73

2.80

A2.601 3.87

0.90

41.60

0.70

1.47

0.49

1.31

1.31

3

1.20

1.46 1.30

1.20 1.49

1.56

6.36

1.20

8 m²

0.94

2.80

3.18

0.70

1.20

2.34

3.70

1.69

1.01 1.64

0.97 3.18

6.39

147 m²

1.64

4.09

DN

1.20

12.02

ELEVATOR OVERRUN

0.97

3BR

1.90

7.56

4.04

3.62

A06

8

2.10

5.20

1.20

1.20

2.92

1.30

5.32

4.70 5.06

STD

3.41

1.00

3.12

3.5 2

1.79

1.20

1.52

3.26

3.15

1.60

2.60 1.48

1.1 4 1.7 4

7.29

2.18

100 m²

A10

2.32

153 m²

2BR

3.22

0.90

46 m²

1.11

3.31

2.5 0

3.96

4.22 A05

3BR

0.70

2.89

0.94

1.7 1

3.8 3

0.7 1

1.15

7.54

1.45

3.35

2.6 0

3.8 6

95 m²

0.88

5.77

1.30

A03

2BR

A09

5.65

3.4 8

2.27

1.95

1.15

7

1.40

1.89

1.0 4

1.73

1.82

2.04 1.77

3.34

1.15

1.20

3.08

1.30 0.70

1.0 0

2

2.25

0.70

UP

6 3.41

54.26°

A2.101

R2

3.93

2.31

6.20

1.70

0.90

3.46

2.75

3.31

2.46

0.67

2.15

D'

6.40

22.35°

3.50

R1

4

MARIANA DE JESUS E7-178 Y PRADERA QUITO - ECUADOR T +593 2 254 0540 www.ciel-atelier.com

A3.000

1.98

1.46

2 A2.701

5

0.90

3.10

3.60

2400 MIDPOINT DRIVE, SUITE 190 FORT COLLINS, COLORADO 80525 USA T +1 970 221 3371 www.cppwind.com

1.30

1.55 UP

5.73

5 A2.102

1BR 1.66

1.10

1.10

5.62

1.84 0.90

4.46

1

0.70

151 m²

3

A2.701

A02

2.68 3.13

JOSE ASSAF BUCARAM MZ. 704 VILLA 3 GUAYAQUIL - ECUADOR T +593 4 268 5503 www.geoestudios.com.ec

3.01

4.96

0.90 1.50

0.90 1.50

2.68 A01

3BR

2.16

0.70

5.73

0.70

2

1.10

3.13

5.57

3.93

54.26°

32.66°

1

24.36°

16.46°

20.91°

10

A3.002

2 1 NO

13/07/18 23/02/18 DATE

100% DD 100%SD ISSUE

SEAL

6.40

6.65

6.67

0.44

N' S

5.10

3.41

0.97

2.49

2.49

L' R

Q

P

O

3.14

2.61

4.46

M

L

K

5.11

G'

I' N

2.17

I

H

1.28

7.81

7.19

6.70

7.21

E' G

F

E

D

C

B

A

A'

THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

1

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

A2.102

100% DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

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Typical Residential Floor

KEY PLAN (NTS)

N

±0.00 = 2795.00m BAR SCALE 0

1M

2M

5M

SHEET NAME

PLAN - RESIDENTIAL (TYPE A


Roof Pool At roof level, terraces with an integrated lap pool offer residents another place to relax.

Show Room The project is under construction in the ecuadorian capital. IQON will become the city’s tallest building.

Concrete wall

Pull out to get volume

Planting bed

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Location: Sanya, China Working scope: Main designer for the residential area Working date: 2011.07 - 2012.04 Company: MAD architects

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Guangzhou Museum (Second Prize) Guangzhou Museum International Competition Working Date: 2010.04_2010.06 Company: HHD_FUN (Intern)

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Location: Lanzhou Working Status: Design in progress Working date: 2019.05 Company: MARS-STUDIO

GuanFu Museum

Type: MARS STUDIO & BIAD Status: Competition Location: Beijing, China Design date: 01/2019-02/2019

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OTHER WORKS

Graduation Pavilion

Location: School of design Working date: 01/2015 - 06/2015 Working tpye: Seminar work, Upenn Tutor: Dr. Mohamad Al Khayer

Huangshan Resort

Location: Anhui, China Working date: 06/2014 - 06/2014 Working scope: Project Designer for the Linear Building

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Mr. Ma Ning Tel: +86 18210174996 (CHINA) Email: maning0113@gmail.com

EDUCATION University of Pennsylvania, 8/2014 - 12/2015 Master of Architecture Chang’an University, School of Architecture, 9/2006 - 6/2011 Bachelor of Architecture

SOFTWARE Rhinoceros, Maya, Grasshopper, Auto CAD, Revit, Maxwell, VRay Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Lightroom

LANGUAGES English, Mandarin Chinese PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE BJARKE INGELS GROUP (BIG) http://www.big.dk/ New York, | project designer, 3/2017 - 1/2019 S.Pellegrino Flagship Factory, Italy (Con.D - DD) IQON tower, Quito (SD - DD) CETRA RUDDY ARCHITECTURE http://www.cetraruddy.com/ New York | Project Designer, 1/2016 - 3/2017 45 Broad St (Skyscraper), New York (1150 feet, Con.D - SD) MAD ARCHITECTS http://www.i-mad.com/ Beijing, China | Project Designer & Intermediate Architect , 6/2011-7/2014. Reference: Yosuke Hayano, yosukeh@i-mad.com Harbin Opera House (Con.D - CD, complete) Xinhee Headquarters (Con.D - DD) URBANUS http://www.urbanus.com.cn/ Shenzhen, China | Winter Internship+Junior Architect, 12/2010 - 4/2011. Reference: Aidi Su, aidisu@gmail.com Qianhai Exhibition Centre (Con.D - SD, complete) National Sinology Museum Competition (Con.D) HHD_FUN http://www.hhdfun.com/ Beijing, China | Summer Internship, 5/2009 - 9/2009. Reference: Zhenfei Wang, zhenfei@hhdfun.com JNBY Pavilion (Con.D) Kongkang Library (Con.D - SD, complete) Guangzhou international museum competition, 2nd prize (Con.D) STUDIO PEI ZHU http://www.studiopeizhu.com/ Beijing, China | Winter Internship, 11/2008 - 2/2009. Reference: Ke Jun, kejun@studiozp.com OCT tower (SD - DD) Kingdee Center (DD)

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马宁 Tel: +86 18210174996 (中国大陆) Email: maning0218@163.com

教育经历 宾夕法尼亚大学, 8/2014 - 12/2015 建筑学硕士学位 长安大学建筑学院, 9/2006 - 6/2011 建筑学学士学位

软件 Rhinoceros, Maya, Grasshopper, Auto CAD, Revit, Maxwell, VRay Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Lightroom

语言 英语,中文

工作经历 BJARKE INGELS GROUP (BIG)

http://www.big.dk/ 中级项目设计师, 7/2016 - 1/2019 Reference: Jelena Vuccic, Associate, Jelenav@big.dk S.Pellegrino Flagship 总部扩建与改造, 意大利 (概念设计 - 扩初设计,建设中) IQON高层住宅,厄瓜多尔(当地第一高楼,概念设计 - 方案设计,建设中) 布鲁克林双塔住宅 (概念设计 - 方案设计) Tencent 研发总部规划 (概念设计)

CETRA RUDDY ARCHITECTURE

http://www.cetraruddy.com/ 中级项目设计师, 1/2016 - 7/2016 45 Broad St超高层, 纽约 (1150 feet, 概念设计 - 方案设计,建设中) Reference: Kevin Lee, Senior associate, kevinlee@centraruddy.com

MAD ARCHITECTS 马岩松建筑事务所

http://www.i-mad.com/ 北京,中国 | 项目建筑师 , 6/2011-7/2014. Reference: Yosuke Hayano, Parter, yosukeh@i-mad.com 哈尔滨大剧院 (概念设计 - 现场施工,建成) 新贺集团总部(概念设计 - 扩初设计) 三亚凤凰岛商务会所(概念 - 扩初设计)

URBANUS 都市实践事务所

http://www.urbanus.com.cn/ 深圳,中国 | 实习+初级建筑师, 12/2010 - 4/2011. Reference: Aidi Su, associate, aidisu@gmail.com 前海展览中心 (概念设计 - 方案设计, 建成) 国家国学中心国际竞赛 (概念设计)

HHD_FUN 华汇北京

http://www.hhdfun.com/ 北京,中国 | 实习, 5/2009 - 9/2009. Reference: 王振飞, 创始人, zhenfei@hhdfun.com 江南布衣展览馆 (概念设计) 空港图书馆 (概念设计 - 方案设计,建成) 广州博物馆国际竞赛, 第二名 (概念设计)

STUDIO PEI ZHU 北京朱锫建筑事务所

http://www.studiopeizhu.com/ 北京,中国 | 实习, 11/2008 - 2/2009. Reference: Ke Jun, Assocaite, kejun@studiozp.com OCT 超高层 (方案设计 - 扩初设计,建成) 金蝶软件中心 (方案设计 - 扩初设计,建设中)

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