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THUC THAO VIEN - BOTANICAL/PRODUCTIVE GARDEN HERB GARDEN BIRD-FRIENDLY IOWA - WETLAND CHAPTER ACOUSTIC GARDEN WATER URBANISM AMES MUNICIPAL CEMETERY FROM BAXTER WITH LOVE / GIESE PARK SEUNSANGGA LIFE : ELEVATED KIRIGAMI IN LANDSCAPE HANOI TRAVEL-FARM-FEED NETWORK ROLLS ROYCE FACTORY LANDSCAPE TOPOGRAPHICS ARTWORK AND HAND DRAWINGS


THUC THAO VIEN - BOTANICAL / PRODUCTIVE GARDEN Final year project - Instructor: PHUNG Thi My Hanh Area 435,000 square meters Location Hanoi, Vietnam Date June 2013 - National University of Civil Engineering

THUC THAO VIEN - BOTANICAL / PRODUCTIVE GARDEN

SOFTWARE

Autocad, Revit Architecture, Sketchup, Lumion3D, Photoshop THE SITE

ƒƒ SITE ANALYSIS

• Scenery

• Interacting with neighbourhood areas

The agricultural land is located within the green belt area of Western Hanoi.

This site is still being used for traditional farming, mainly vegetables, and projected to be an urban theme park in upcoming 20 years.

ABSTRACT Under the current conditions, the vegetable garden is located on the local farms link and surrounded by ancient agricultural villages (floral, vegetable, and herb town). Therefore, the site has great potential to sustain local living landscape by year-round farming.

• Sustain the local traditional food source

• Mandala as a religious concept The motif of this project is a nostalgia garden with a strong religious concept - Mandala and the place appears as a pure vegetable field with all hidden modern facilities.

• Traditional farming

• Farm to table experience

• Fresh food on demand

• Community spaces

The edible landscape is able to produce foods in place and makes profit from farm-to-table services within the area. This project also aims to connect citizens with the processes of vegetable production.

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THUC THAO VIEN - BOTANICAL / PRODUCTIVE GARDEN

ƒƒ PROCESS 1. Master Plan layout sketches Mandala, a spiritual symbol in Buddhism, makes part of local religious and cultural heritage: the circle Mandala symbolizes Water - a source of life while two rectangle Mandala represent Knowledge - a human development resource. I designed this space imagining the ancient story about Mother Earth and Father Sky spreading life and knowledge in the ideal Universe of Mandala.

2. Topography sketches

The concentric patterns on the site layout express the undulation of the fieldscape, the flow and depth of the waterscape. Resulting from the different levels of landscape structure, the buildings are hidden under the accessible greenroofs which ensure a smooth transition between levels.

3. Building Elevations sketches The landmark design come from the ideas of food guide dynamic and wavy field moving in the wind. All of the buildings are constructed with green roofs to camouflage and. blend themselves into surrounding garden: architecture lies down to become landscape.

ƒƒ SECTION

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THUC THAO VIEN - BOTANICAL / PRODUCTIVE GARDEN • Water stair

ƒƒ TOURIST ROOT AND ACTIVITY PROGRAM • Zen garden

• Camping area

• Herb garden

• Vegetarian restaurant + Cooking studios

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THUC THAO VIEN - BOTANICAL / PRODUCTIVE GARDEN

ƒƒ GARDEN PALLETE

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ƒƒ PLANTING PLAN & SPECIALIZATION PLAN • Fruit trees

• Herbs + vegetables

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HERB GARDEN THE SITE

Planned at the center of Thuc Thao Vien, Herb Island focuses on growing Vietnamese traditional herbs with their distinct and fresh aromas embracing the island.

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HERB ISLAND

SOFTWARE

Autocad, Revit Architecture,Sketchup, Lumion3D, Photoshop

ABSTRACT • Herb island A carpet of clover and daisy takes over the roofscape, makes users walk through the footpath beginning from Fitness and Yoga Center on the ground level and. Located on two different ground levels, building is designed with smooth integration of in-outside spaces: terraces opens toward the sun, the garden, and two levels of waterscape.

A = 1.64 ha

ƒƒ KEY 1/ Fitness and Yoga Center 2/ Vegetarian Restaurant and Cooking Studio 3/ Vegetables Library and Meditation rooms 4/ Glazing roofs over Stair gardens 5/ Roof-garden footpath 6/ Drainage system 7/ Bridge 8/ Stairway LEVER OF BUILDING ENTRANCES SITE BOUNDARY

• Section through Vegetarian Restaurant & Cooking Studio

• Vegetarian Restaurant & Cooking Studio

A = 0.31 ha


HERB GARDEN

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A glazed ellipse skylight maximizes natural light to the indoor garden and terrace dining halls (on two floor levels), thereby the guest can contemplate the view and be in contact with the nature in 360° panorama.

Herbs and fruit trees running through the restaurant are interpersed with furnitures, and the diners can enjoy fresh meals, drink tea and feel the fragrance of herbs around.

• Section through Vegetarian Restaurant & Cooking Studio


BIRD-FRIENDLY IOWA - WETLAND CHAPTER Studio project - Instructor: Julia Badenhope Fully involved in the wetland chapter of the project: Habitat Analysis and Design Guidelines Location City of Waterloo, City of Cedar Falls, Iowa Date December 2016 - Iowa State University

SOFTWARE

ArcGIS, Illustrator, Photoshop

WETLAND HABITAT

The wetlands in Cedar falls and Waterloo is mostly along the Cedar river (Riverine wetlands) and a few others are near small lakes and ponds (Lacustrine wetlands). The majority of the wetland bird species seek a safe nesting environment, like vegetated islands, on the ground between reeds, and feed on aquatic and terrestrial insects. This would just be the maximum need but there are other species that have different environment needs and choice of food.

BIRD-FRIENDLY IOWA - WETLAND CHAPTER HISTORIC WETLAND The historic wetlands would be the historic forest and grassland cover that reside in the hydric soil (formed under the conditions of flooding, ponds or saturation). The map shows the pre-existence of large patches of both wet forest and wet prairie, the forest wetlands along the river being dominant.

WETLAND CHANGE The existing wetland area would be the current forest and grassland cover that reside in the hydric soil. The river being the only existing connecting feature between the habitat covers, floods periodically, resulting in sedimentation and erosion.

DATA AND METHOD The extent of the historic wetlands were determined by overlaying historic forest and grassland with hydric soils, soils which formed under anaerobic conditions caused by saturation, flooding, or ponding. Swamps and Marshes are areas where hydric soils combine with forest cover and grassland cover, respectively. The extent of current wetlands were determined by overlaying hydric soils with current grassland and forest cover. Historic habitat cover was derived from the Soil Survey and the General Land Office Land Survey. POTENTIAL WETLAND HABITAT This map shows the existing wetland area and the potential areas that can hold wetlands. The Cedar River is a 338-milelong river which flows to the Mississippi River. Most of the parks and open spaces of these 2 cities are located along the river, leaving a few that are located in urban areas. The parks that are located in both areas have a high potential of holding wet habitat patches that can contribute to the entire ecological network. A wet habitat is very difficult to establish in other land uses like residential, commercial and so on, as the wetness in the soil can bring diseases and is not well appreciated in an urban setting.

Wetland - Wet forest Wetland - Wet grassland Hydric soil River Park and Open Space Agricultural Highway City boundary

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BIRD-FRIENDLY IOWA - WETLAND CHAPTER

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Based on the location of the wetlands on site, two types were set; Riverside wetland park and the Urban wetland park. The parks/open spaces along the river were categorized under the River-side wetland park type. They were selected to preserve the existing wetlands and to enhance the wet habitat quality for birds. They were also considered as they could increase the connectivity between the patches along the river and thus solving both large and small-scale fragmentation of the wet habitat.

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PERCHING POLE

Fresh water ponds

FOOD

ARTIFICIAL STRUCTURE

16%

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very limited human access water recreation only

• Bird habitat

Biking

36%

44% Bird watching

74%

BIRD FEEDER

Active sports

BIRD BATH

RESTING POLE

TREE

DEAD TREE

FLOATING

Running

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CAVITY

FRUIT / PLANT

Keep TYPE 1:The parks/open spaces along the river were selected to protect the existing wetlands along the river and enhance their quality for birds, and to increase the connectivity between the patches along the river and solving both large and small scale fragmentation

• Accessibility for Human and Intensity Level of Recreation Activities INSECT

ƒƒ RIVERSIDE WETLAND PARK

AQUATIC INSECT

BIRD-FRIENDLY IOWA - WETLAND CHAPTER

30% Picnicing

21% 6%

11%

limited human access passive recreation

full human access active recreation

BIRD FEEDER

PERCHING POLE

BIRD BATH

RESTING POLE

SEED

FLOATING

AQUATIC INSECT

FISH

FRUIT / PLANT

SEDIMENT MOUND

GROUND

SHRUB

CAVITY INSECT

Belted Kingfisher Streams, lakes, bays, coasts; nests in banks.

TREE

DEAD TREE

• Bird 's demands

NESTING NESTING

FOOD ARTIFICIAL STRUCTURE

36%

16%

30%

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75% 7%

37%

11%

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FLOODWAY LEVEL

Wood Thrush Mainly deciduous woodlands.

Natural wetland

Buffer

Recreation area

Keep dead trees Plant trees that provide food (insect, fruit and seed) for birds Very limited human acces Inactive recreation: Bird watching, picnic

Plant trees that provide food and nesting place for birds (preferably ground-nesting) Limited human access Inactive recreation: Bird watching, picnic

Provide bird feeder, perching pole, bird bath, resting pole Build sediment mound Keep current park recreation activities

Wilson's Snipe Marshes, bogs, wet meadows. Resource: Audubon Guide to North American Birds." Audubon. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Dec. 2016.


BIRD-FRIENDLY IOWA - WETLAND CHAPTER

ƒƒ URBAN WETLAND PARK TYPE 2 : The parks/open spaces in the urban setting that had hydric soil (formed under the conditions of flooding, ponds or saturation) were selected to create wetland habitats on the existing hydric soil formed due to another landuse (eg:agricultural outlets) and enhance their quality for birds.

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• Vegetation Density low density vegetation

high density vegetation

low density vegetation

density after the application of strategies density before

• Bird habitat

PERCHING POLE

FOOD

ARTIFICIAL STRUCTURE

16%

44%

30%

BIRD FEEDER

BIRD BATH

SEED

RESTING POLE

TREE

DEAD TREE

FLOATING

AQUATIC INSECT

NESTING

FISH

FRUIT / PLANT

SHRUB

GROUND

INSECT

Bay-breasted Warbler Woodlands, conifers in summer.

CAVITY

• Bird 's demands

36%

74% 7% 37%

NESTING NESTING

Resource: Audubon Guide to North American Birds." Audubon. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Dec. 2016. FOOD ARTIFICIAL STRUCTURE

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75% 7%

37%

11%

20% 6%

PERCHING POLE

BIRD FEEDER

BIRD BATH

RESTING POLE

SEED

FLOATING

AQUATIC INSECT

FISH

TREE

FRUIT / PLANT

Provide bird feeder, perching pole, bird bath, resting pole Keep current park recreation activities

SEDIMENT MOUND

Plant trees that provide food (insect, fruit and seed) for birds Limited human acces Inactive recreation: Bird watching, picnic

GROUND

Provide bird feeder, perching pole, bird bath, resting pole Keep current park recreation activities

SHRUB

Recreation area

CAVITY

Natural wetland and extended buffer

INSECT

Downy Woodpecker Forests, woodlots, willows, river groves, orchards, shade trees.

21% 6%

11%

Recreation area

DEAD TREE

Black Tern Fresh marshes, lakes; in migration, coastal waters.


ACOUSTIC GARDEN

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Studio Project - Intructor: Julia Badenhope Second year - MLA Program - Iowa State University Location Iowa State University Campus, Ames Date December 2016

SOFTWARE Photoshop, Hand drawing

ACOUSTIC GARDEN

ƒƒ SOUNDS • Dominating sounds

DESIGN STATEMENT Some studies support that in order to improve our health, we need natural environment. Even a simulated view of nature's image is effective. Nature provides not only the visually pleasing scene but also other overlooked qualities such as sounds, textures, or smells. Sounds from nature have been found to have a restorative effect. I believe that hearing is another powerful sense that can give us the perception of SPACE, right after seeing. In some environments such as undersea or inside a cave, where light cannot reach, sonar technique is far superior to any telescope. Hearing sounds, a SPACE can be identified to be close or far away, danger or safe. Sounds from nature create an ambient SPACE atmospheres that help people feel relaxed, nostalgic, and inspired. It enables people to engage their creative souls to SPACE.

How to bring the natural sound to SPACE?

The poet John Muir wrote: “WINDS are advertisements of what they touch.”

We cannot see the wind, but we know its presence when it is rustling the leaves, bending the branches, and making the sea waves move faster. The wind brings the birds’ chirping and insects’ cricketing from so far away. The wind carrying and supporting natural sounds was the first thing I was impressed with when I visited the SITE for my design. My concept for the restorative garden is to create a positive sensory experience by manipulating sounds from nature.

• Sound distribution


ACOUSTIC GARDEN

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ƒƒ MASTER PLAN • Accessibility

• Grids

• Circulation View point to the whole garden Sense of control, stress reduction Pool and spa Cozy and discreet feeling

Pedestrian Threshold and bus stop waiting space

Bikeway Parking area

Primary and secondary paths and stairs

Bus stop

ADA accessible route

• Proposed acoustic environment Deciduous trees / Birds / Insects Water dominating sound Wind chime Human sound Silence Sound art / Sound art interaction Evergreen trees

• Section 4-4

• Wanted sound promotion

• Unwanted sound control


ACOUSTIC GARDEN

ƒƒ WATER MANAGEMENT AND SOUNDSCAPE STRATEGY

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Rainwater is collected from the parking lot and campus area. Water is transported underground, released to the site and goes through the on-site water treatment process

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The thick shrub area slows down and leads the water go through structural gravel layers underneath the main routes. Water will be filtered and a part of it will be infiltrated into the soil, At this process, you can enjoy the sound of water and wind goes through the sound structure and hear your steps walking on the wooden path

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At the end of treatment process, treated water will go directly to the creek

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• Section 1 - 1 3 2

• Sound sculpture The structure integrated with the retaining walls would collect both water and wind

• Section 2 - 2

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WATER URBANISM Studio Project - Intructor: Julia Badenhope Second year - MLA Program - Iowa State University Location Iowa State University Campus, Ames Date October 2016

• Materials

• Stormwater management

• Hydrology

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• Pavement

SOFTWARE Photoshop, Hand drawing canopy trees (1,220,000 Sq Ft.)

WATER URBANISM

DESIGN STATEMENT Located in the West ISU, a modest campus has been transformed into an active, environment friendly campus providing diverse recreational activities while connecting the beautiful and full of adventure Greenway with campus grid form.

Our design proposal is “Active Square”, which clarifies as Functional square and Fun Square. Each functional square is a combo of campus facilities and integrated natural elements. Functional Square mainly contains bioswale to retain and clean stormwater and also includes green roof and green wall to improve air quality and visual beauty.These functional squares are great to merge with the grid street form. The streetform in the Northern West has been changed to fit with the woodland outline, and then overlay the functional square to provide everyone a consistent experience in campus. Fun squares take full advantage of this adventure woodland and existing Art in Campus. In the woodland, you can choose among three trials to experience three different themes: Adventure, Water joy and peace.

grass (280,000 Sq Ft.) G P R maximum monthly Rainfall | Runoff (June): C canopy trees Area(24’’ Deep): Total 508,000 Cu Ft. | 0 Maximum Rainfall | Runoff grass area (12’’ Deep): Total 117,000 Cu Ft. | 27,400 Cumonthly Ft. pavement area: Total 592,000 Cu Ft. | 592,000 Cu trees Ft. Canopy Area(24’’ Deep):

Canopy trees (1,220,000 Sq Ft.) Grass cover (280,000 Sq Ft.)

Total 508,000 Cu Ft. | 0 Grass cover (12’’ Deep): Total 117,000 Cu Ft. | 27,400 Cu Ft. Pavement area: Total 592,000 Cu Ft. | 592,000 Cu Ft.

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pavement (1,420,000 Sq Ft.)

parking Lot (1618 Parking)

pedestrian

Pammel Wood Trailway

Pavement Sq accessies Ft.) suggestions: more street(1,420,000 connection; more to the woodland; better organized parking lot Parking lot (1618 Parking) Pedestrian Pammel Wood Trailway


WATER URBANISM woodland

water play

community area

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campus

campus art

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DESIGN STATEMENT Located in the West ISU, a boring, no drama campus has been transformed into an active, environment friendly campus providing diverse recreational activities while connecting the beautiful and full of adventure Greenway with campus grid form. Our design proposal is “Active Square”, which clarifies as functional square and Fun Square. Each functional square is a combo of campus facilities and integrated natural elements. Functional Square mainly contains bioswale to retain and clean stormwater and also includes green roof and green wall to improve air quality and visual beauty.These functional squares are great to merge with the grid street form. The streetform in the Northern West has been changed to fit with the woodland outline, and then overlay the functional square to provide everyone a consistent experience in campus. You can see these function squares in the Northern West of design college,Sukup Hall, Biorenewable Research Lab, Town Building, funEngineering square Communication Building. They serve varieties of green wall and bio swale to welcome nature into campus and provide To-have-fun space! diverse natural experience for everyone in campus. Each bioswale is connected with each other and leads the stormwater to the creek. The functional square also supports fun square.

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fun ctional square

Fun squares take full advantage of this adventure woodland and existing Art in Campus. In the woodland, you can choose among three trials to experience three different themes: Adventure, Water joy and peace. each functional square is a combo of campus facilities and integrated natural elements. In order to enhance abilityis of percolation Funtionalthe square developed as aand partinfiltration, of runoff the parking management lots in site hassystem. been reconstructed with CU it also supports “fun Structural Soil. In addition to that, several bio-swales have square”. been set in the low points of parking lot area. As a result, the stormwater runoff would flow into the swales, then gather into the underground pipe, and finally run into the creek. Sand-based Structural Soil is used in the bio-swale so that the water can go through the soil more quickly while plants can also get enough water.

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drainage swale system

creek

woodland


WATER URBANISM

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Swale

Sandbase structural soil

You can see these function squares in the Northern West of design college,Sukup Hall, Biorenewable Research Lab, Town Engineering Building, Communication Building. They serve varieties of green wall and bio swale to welcome nature into campus and provide diverse natural experience for everyone in campus. Each bio-swale is connected with each other and leads the stormwater to the creek. The functional square also supports fun square.

Driveway

Swale

Walkway

Drainage pipe to perforated pipe

CU structural soil

• Section 2 - 2 Driveway

Sidewalk

Sandbase structural soil

Biowale

Walkway

Grassland

Biowale

Perforated pipe to the creek

CU structural soil


AMES MUNICIPAL CEMETERY

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Studio Project - Intructor: Heidi Hohhmann First year - MLA Program - Iowa State University Location Iowa State University Campus, Ames Date March 2016

SOFTWARE Photoshop, Hand drawing

AMES MUNICIPAL CEMETERY • Conceptual drawing


AMES MUNICIPAL CEMETERY

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FROM BAXTER WITH LOVE / GIESE PARK Studio Project - Intructor: Heidi Hohhmann First year - MLA Program - Iowa State University Location Iowa State University Campus, Ames Date April 2016

SOFTWARE Photoshop, Hand drawing

FROM BAXTER WITH LOVE / GIESE PARK DESIGN STATEMENT I love the inspiring way that the open space prevails in Baxter, from the Chichaqua trail way to a linear system of storm water parks and green spaces spreading around the lawn and backyards of private property. With the apparent demand or new landscape attractions at the urban planning scale, the existence of those green spaces has nourished my wish to make a spatial connection between them. My park design is expected to provide starting point for the future development of this greenway system and prove its sustainability within the townscape.

From the urban scale, I came up with a concept: In-Out of the boundary. It is the boundary of land use between open spaces and residential areas, public and private, built infrastructure and natural resources. In term of both physical and visual connection, I would like to develop a system of connectivity among “In - Out of the boundary” spaces. For me, it is not only redesigning a park but also revitalizing Baxter landscape.

Based on the demographic research, I am focusing mainly on three groups of people in Baxter: kids, family, and tourists, all of whom I expect my design would serve the best. Furthermore, I hope the design would benefit the town as a whole in term of natural resource preservation, healthy lifestyle, ecological education, tourist attraction, and local business development. More importantly, the design is also expected to convey Baxter people’s pride, love toward their hometown and share history, culture to visitors..

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FROM BAXTER WITH LOVE / GIESE PARK

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FROM BAXTER WITH LOVE / GIESE PARK

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DESIGN PROSPECTS

FROM BAXTER WITH LOVE / GIESE PARK

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SEUNSANGGA LIFE:ELEVATED Competition project : SEUNCITYWALK - M Architects Company Fully involved in the design process from the Idea to Presentation material. Location Seoul, Korea Date April 2015

SEUNSANGGA LIFE : ELEVATED

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• Seunsangga Complex

SOFTWARE Autocad, Revit Architecture, Sketchup, Lumion 3D, Photoshop 0 m .68 ile s

SITUATION Re-vitalise a forgotten area of the city through creative re-appropriation of existing infrastructure.

COMMERCIAL

ƒƒ SEUNSANGGA - THE CENTRE OF SEUN DOWNTOWN

MODERN LIFE

• The influence from surrounding areas

CULTURE

GREEN SPACE


SEUNSANGGA LIFE:ELEVATED CONCEPT The design allows for existing businesses and communities to enhance their living and working lives.

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• Seun Greenway Park

Green spaces and urban facilities link together as an integrated network for people and their daily lives. Environmentally-friendly approach can protect the business, save money and improve the reputation.

• Seunsangga - A burstling urban area

• Cheonggyocheong Plaza

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Industrial goods Merchandise

Cheonggyocheong River


SEUNSANGGA LIFE:ELEVATED

• Funtional demands

• Spaces

Willow

Grape Myrtle

Zelkova

Wisteria

Cherry blossom

Lawn

Chionanthus

Scrubs

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Grass ground cover Composite panel Waterfront Concrete brick

DECK

Cheonggyocheong River

LEVEL 0 30 60 120


KIRIGAMI IN LANDSCAPE

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• Resting area

• Nook

Self-Initiated Design Projects Date: August 2014

ABSTRACT The design comes from the thought of creating various interesting 3D architecture from an use of folds, and cuts within just one single piece of paper. The use of Kirigami patterns in landscape design expectedly creates space efficiency with quality lighting, natural ventilation, and smooth transition between the building and the nature.

• Stairway

• Roofscape

KIRIGAMI IN LANDSCAPE • Facade

• Elevation

• Waterscape

• Porch

• Boundary


HANOI TRAVEL-FARM-FEED NETWORK Futurarc Prize 2013 - User ID: S_213878_Team Project Location Hanoi, Vietnam Date: December 2012

SOFTWARE Autocad, SketchupPhotoshop, 3Ds max ( used by another member )

ABSTRACT Responding to the competion's calling for a vision of urban food consumption and waste management, I represent a combination of high-tech farming system and traffic network in Hanoi. The elevated farming system will optimize in-place food distribution to feed the residents living along the road effectively.

There are some similarities between the circulatory system in human body and metropolis road traffic system. Circulatory system is extremely complicated due to the interconnection of blood vessels and transport blood throughout entire body. Likewise, the road traffic system of each city involves thousands of highways, roads and alleys as well as other facilities for transportation. For this reason, in our opinion, the road traffic system is considered as the circulatory system of the city.

THE SITE The design is planned to attach to median strips along traffic network in Hanoi. Therefore, at least six lane width roads are sufficient for the construction. Giai Phong Road is the part of National Route 1A runs from Hanoi to the outhern provinces. Road length is 3.3 km and devided into 8 lanes.

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HANOI TRAVEL-FARM-FEED NETWORK food distribution along traffic system


HANOI TRAVEL-FARM-FEED NETWORK • Inside pedestrian bridge

The system worked as a community aquaponics farm, a self-service market, an agricultural information centre and especially a future productive cityscape along the street.

• Central module

ƒƒ KEY 1/ Cashi desk 2 / Vegetable farming trays 3 / Resting spaces 4 / Pedestrian spaces

• Structure

• Aquaponics operation

• Planting arrangement

The system included new functions such as trading, community spaces at central module and pedestrian bridges in order to provide agricultural education as well as encourage the citizens to use hygienic and fresh foods.

• Typical bus

Bus and bus stops also help transport vegetable and fish to the households on smaller roads, maximize the delivery of fresh food to a majority of citizens.

• with solar system

• Typical bus stop

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ROLLS-ROYCE FACTORY

ROLLS-ROYCE FACTORY

• Option 1: Manufacturing area

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• Option 2: Administration

Storage

Technical area

Planting area

Goods flow Peolple flow

Forth Year Project - Instructor: PHAM Huu Ai Area 59,800 square meters Location North Thang Long Industrial Zone, Hanoi, Vietnam Date March 2012 - National University of Civil Engineering

SOFTWARE Autocad, Revit Architecture, Photoshop THE SITE Toxicity level of manufacturing : V ( no significant adverse impacts to the surroundings) Traffic Accessibility : South East-intersection of 15 meter industrial park road and urban road, North East-12 meter road, South West-20 meter road.

Advantages: Proposal main elevation: in North East Traffic: Shorter goods transport distance Storage position is accessable for both people and goods transport.

Advantages: Proposal main elevation: in South East Traffic: People and goods flow seperately Administration building position maximize the use of healthy North East wind.

Disadvantages: Long moving distance for people ( from administration building to parts of manufacturing line in workshop ).

Disadvantages: Higher management cost due to 3 entrances for goods transport.

• Overall Perspective

ABSTRACT On master plan, entrances would be placed at the North West and the South West roads which leads to the traffic nodes. The position of function areas are based on maximizing the advantage of North East wind and avoiding the disadvantages of direct sun ( West, East) to working and resting area. The use of I-shape steel structure and long span space frames and optimization of the different height roof system to maximize the natural light. Architectural organization would be inspired from specific part of Rolls-Royce car design.

• Internal roads :

• Front Perspective

• Main Manufacturing Workshop


ROLLS-ROYCE FACTORY

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• Architectural ideas - South West and North West Elevations

• Main Manufacturing Workshop - Floor Plan

• Main Manufacturing Workshop

• Structural details

The system of different height roofs maximizes the approach of natural light for the entire inside of the manufaturing workshop.


LANDSCAPE TOPOGRAPHICS

LANDSCAPE TOPOGRAPHICS Grading project - Instructor: Carl Roger Date December 2016 - Iowa State University

ABOUT THE PROJECT Using the site plan provided creates a rough grading plan of the house site which includes an outdoor terrace between the house and garage, a swale to divert water around, and an asphalt drive. Calculate the peak rate of runoff using a 100 year storm in Madison, Wiscousin with a time of concentration of 35 minutes for the site plan. Calculate the earthwork volume after balancing cut and fill.

• Site Information Analysis

• Final grading plan

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LANDSCAPE TOPOGRAPHICS

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Model making - George "Doc" Cavalliere Park

• Cut and fill areas

Location Date

Scottsdale, Arizona December 2016 - Iowa State University

SOFTWARE Autocad, Sketchup, Laser cutting

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CUT : FILL = 1 : 2

• Assume as the soil on the site is loam or silt loam, total amount of rainfall intensity for a 100-year storm is 4.96 cubic feet per second. If we use a reinforced concrete culvert under the drive, proposed size of the culvers would be 19" for the velocity of water in pipie is 3.2 feet per second.


ARTWORK AND HAND DRAWINGS

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• Snail bubbles / Colored pencil / 2013

FINE ARTS

• Nude #1 / Pencil / 2012

• Fresh Monalisa / Arcylic /2014

Selected artworks completed in colored pencil, pencil, and arcrylic though out the academic career.

• Lotus / Arcylic / 2011

• Nude #2 / Pencil / 2012

• Feminine / Clay Sculture / 2014

• Daisy / Arcylic /2012


ARTWORK AND HAND DRAWINGS

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Studio Project - Intructor: Matthew Gordy Landscape Architecture Representation First year - MLA Program - Iowa State University Location Iowa State University Campus, Ames Date December 2015


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• Landscape detail Plan - Thuc Thao Vien Productive Garden


Landscape Architecture Portfolio