Issuu on Google+


Chen Nai-chun +949 701 5558 | naichun@mit.edu

Resume.

Professional Qualification. Certificate of Architect (No. 6221) / Ministry of the Interior R.O.C, (4000 candidates, 4% are accepted annually) Work Experience. Lecturer, Shi-Li Architectural Educational Institutions Course: Architectural Design and Urban Design

March. 2012

Education MIT SMarchS Architecture and Urbanism program (Full Tuition Fellowship Award)

National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan Master of Science in Architecture, June 2012 (4.00 GPA) -- Taught participants on how to prepare for the architectural and urban design in National Architect Exam. Thesis Topic: “Ecological Pattern—Preliminary Study in non-linear Parametric Design” Speaker, National Taipei University of Technology Sep 2012 - Dec. 2012 Advisor: Dr. TaySheng Jeng Course: Architectural Design and Urban Design -- Taught working adults regarding the professional knowledge of architectural design. Bachelor of Science in Architecture, June 2009 (3.54 GPA) Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Architecture, National Cheng Kung University Course: Modern Architectural History

Sep 2012 - Dec. 2012

Sep. 2009 – Jun. 2010

-- Responsible for lesson preparation and data collection. The professor gave me compliment for my work always exceeded his expectation.

Course: Construction

Sep. 2010 – Jun. 2012

-- Responsible for lesson preparation and provide advice to students for research project. The professor was impressed for my detail-minded and follow-through attitude.

Honors & Awards First Prize in Architectural New Talent Award / Taiwan Architects Association,

Study Workshop “Chinese traditional architecture workshops”/ Tsinghua University in Beijing, July,2011 “Forshan Urban design Workshop” / Chinese University in Hong Kong, Aug. 2010 “Dusseldorf Urban Design Workshop” / Stuttgart University in Germany, Aug. 2009 “Cinemetric Workshop” / Chu Hai College in Hong Kong, Feb. 2008 Extracurricular Activities Medical Service Corps, Mar. 2008 – Aug. 2008 NCKU Badminton Team, Sep. 2005 – June 2007

Jul. 2009

-- 230 graduates from Taiwan, China, and Hong Kong participated. Additional First Prize in Excellent Architectural Graduate/ Organized by the Architecture Institute in Taiwan, Aug,2009 Country visited: -- Most architectural graduates in Taiwan participated France 3rd Place in D3 Natural System Competition / Columbia University, June 2009 (following the traces of Le Corbusier), -- Candidates from all around the world, including Asia, Europe, America, jury were professional India professor in U.S.A. (Exploring Indian culture) 2nd Place in The Wuku Industrial Area Urban Renewal / Industrial Development Bureau R.O.C), Aug. 2011 Netherlands & Germany -- 36 professional architects participated ( Workshop and Exploring Architecture of ZAHA and OMA) Merit in International Takao Station Urban Design / Kaohsiung City Urban Development Bureau Apr. 2011 China -- 105 International architectural groups around the world, including AGER, . (Exploring Traditional and contemporary architecture First Prize in The Kaohsiung Old warehouse district urban renewal /Kaohsiung City Urban Development Bureau), June 2011 in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Beijing, Tianjin, Guangdong, Shanxi) First Prize in The Hua-shan Graduates Design Award / Hua-shan cultural creative organization, July 2009 Japan -- Candidates from all Architecture Institute in Taiwan (Kyoto,Tokyo for, Ando,Kengo Kuma, Sejima’s Architecture) 4th Prize in The Rural Residential Competition / Construction and planning Agency), Apr. 2008 Tailand

Software Skill Rhino, Grasshopper, Revit, CAD, 3DMax, Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign, Ecotect Language Chinese, English

Training courses "3D Max certification courses" in Taiwan 2009 "Rhinoceros Architectural Advanced training course" in Beijing 2012


Contents.

Algae! Eco industral park New South Boston plan

Urban Kidney. Wetland as interface connecting city and nature

Eco-Urbanism Revival of old port in Kaoshing harbor

Modern Patches New urban design in compact city

Thesis “Ecological Pattern—

Preliminary Study in non-linear Parametric Design”


Site reading GIS Analysis

Relationship between Highway ,Industrail area, Green park

Road heirarchy

Public transportation system and Marine Industrial Park

High Tech Headquater+ Lab

Urban Blocks in South Boston and New York

60’

510’

60’

Medium Enterprises

Row House

510’

270’ 54’ 270’ 54’

190’ 200’

Apartment

64’ 85’

640’

65’

464’

64’

310’

200’

800’

80’

800’

80’

320’

Studio+ Residential


Eco-Industrial Park

Renewable-Energy

OMEGA System Offshore Membrane Enclosure for Growing Algae The OMEGA system consists of large plastic bags with inserts of forward-osmosis membranes that grow freshwater algae in processed wastewater by photosynthesis. Using energy from the sun, the algae absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and nutrients from the wastewater to produce biomass and oxygen. As the algae grow, the nutrients are contained in the enclosures, while the cleansed freshwater is released into the surrounding ocean through the forward-osmosis membranes. “The OMEGA technology has transformational powers. It can convert sewage and carbon dioxide into abundant and inexpensive fuels,” said Matthew Atwood, president and founder of Algae Systems. “The technology is simple and scalable enough to create an inexpensive, local energy supply that also creates jobs to sustain it.”

Waste Recycle PRODUCT

BY PRODUCT

Company A

BY PRODUCT

BY PRODUCT PRODUCT

Company B

BY PRODUCT

PRODUCT Company D

PRODUCT

Company C

PRODUCT

When deployed in contaminated and “dead zone” coastal areas, this system may help remediate these zones by removing and utilizing the nutrients that cause them. The forward-osmosis membranes use relatively small amounts of external energy compared to the conventional methods of harvesting algae, which have an energy intensive de-watering process.

ocean power

algae power

biogas power

rainwater recycle

industrial reclaimed water

urban farming

recreational park

Water-Recycle

gray water treatment Green Infrastructure

flood detention pond

Algae Cycle 1. Algae pond ratio( related to distance of coast line) ocean with algae

Algae Wetland Purification

Algae Biochemical Product

2. Building coverage ratio (related to distance to park)

Algae Biomass

Algae

High Algae Electricity Fish Farming Biodiesel Production

covergae ratio: 0.7

covergae ratio: 0.7

covergae ratio: 0.7

covergae ratio: 0.7

covergae ratio: 0.7

covergae ratio: 0.7

covergae ratio: 0.7

covergae ratio: 0.6

covergae ratio: 0.6

covergae ratio: 0.6

covergae ratio: 0.6

covergae ratio: 0.6

covergae ratio: 0.6

covergae ratio: 0.6

covergae ratio: 0.6

covergae ratio: 0.5

covergae ratio: 0.5

covergae ratio: 0.5

covergae ratio: 0.5

covergae ratio: 0.5

covergae ratio: 0.5

covergae ratio: 0.5

covergae ratio: 0.5

covergae ratio: 0.3

covergae ratio: 0.3

covergae ratio: 0.3

covergae ratio: 0.3

covergae ratio: 0.3

covergae ratio: 0.3

covergae ratio: 0.3

covergae ratio: 0.3

Vertical Farming

Livestock Food Manufacture and Distribution

Biofuels

Low Biogas Generator Smart

covergae ratio: 0.7

Gas-Fired CHP


Urban Field and Typology

3. Building typology ( related to industrial infrastructure) Local industry

Housing

Headquater+Lab

Local industry

Housing

covergae ratio: 0.7

(0,0,0)

(0,0,1)

(0,0,2)

covergae ratio: 0.7

(4,0,0)

(4,0,1)

(4,0,2)

covergae ratio: 0.6

(0,1,0)

(0,1,1)

(0,1,2)

covergae ratio: 0.6

(4,1,0)

(4,1,1)

(4,1,2)

covergae ratio: 0.5

(0,2,0)

(0,2,1)

(0,2,2)

covergae ratio: 0.5

(4,2,0)

(4,2,1)

(4,2,2)

covergae ratio: 0.3

(0,3,0)

(0,3,1)

(0,3,2)

covergae ratio: 0.3

(4,3,0)

(4,3,1)

(4,3,2)

covergae ratio: 0.7

(1,0,0)

(1,0,1)

(1,0,2)

covergae ratio: 0.7

(5,0,0)

(5,0,1)

(5,0,2)

covergae ratio: 0.6

(1,1,0)

(1,1,1)

(1,1,2)

covergae ratio: 0.6

(5,1,0)

(5,1,1)

(5,1,2)

covergae ratio: 0.5

(1,2,0)

(1,2,1)

(1,2,2)

covergae ratio: 0.5

(5,2,0)

(5,2,1)

(5,2,2)

covergae ratio: 0.3

(1,3,0)

(1,3,1)

(1,3,2)

covergae ratio: 0.3

(5,3,0)

(5,3,1)

(5,3,2)

covergae ratio: 0.7

(2,0,0)

(2,0,1)

(2,0,2)

covergae ratio: 0.7

covergae ratio: 0.6

(2,1,0)

(2,1,1)

(2,1,2)

covergae ratio: 0.6

covergae ratio: 0.5

(2,2,0)

(2,2,1)

(2,2,2)

covergae ratio: 0.5

covergae ratio: 0.3

(2,3,0)

(2,3,1)

(2,3,2)

covergae ratio: 0.3

covergae ratio: 0.7

(3,0,0)

(3,0,1)

(3,0,2)

covergae ratio: 0.6

(3,1,0)

(3,1,1)

(3,1,2)

covergae ratio: 0.5

(3,2,0)

(3,2,1)

(3,2,2)

covergae ratio: 0.3

(3,3,0)

(3,3,1)

(3,3,2)

Headquater+Lab

Urban Index Accessibility of ocean

Feild of Industrai Road and freight

(6,0,0)

(6,0,1)

(6,0,2)

(6,1,0)

(6,1,1)

(6,1,2)

(6,2,0)

(6,2,1)

(6,2,2)

(6,3,0)

(6,3,1)

(6,3,2)

covergae ratio: 0.7

(7,0,0)

(7,0,1)

covergae ratio: 0.6

(7,1,0)

covergae ratio: 0.5

(7,2,0)

(7,2,1)

(7,2,2)

covergae ratio: 0.3

(7,3,0)

(7,3,1)

(7,3,2)

Feilld of Public Transportation

(7,1,1)

(7,0,2)

(7,1,2)


Urban Catalyst: Ecological civil structure Revival urban the value and meaning of open space path(boulevards, streets) nodes (squares, park,civil buildings ) create image of city in waterfront

Sequence of waterfront

Plaza:

Design Strategy Connection of road and Green

1. Civic life( temporary market, celebration, festival and performance) 2. Enclosure by civil buildings 3. Identity and Genius Loci 4. Public living room

Connection of civil space

Green Infrastructure as armature Civil structure and social space

Interwine alley, geen, square


Eco-Civil Structure

Alage pond as civil structure Connect building and open space


Section of Local Company + Apartment



protfolio