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Oded Narkis Selected Works 2008 - 2013


“Over time we grow and become more experienced, educated, responsible & aware, but we must not leave behind the curiosity, imagination, daring and ambition that led us to it” (Oded Narkis)


Contents: Part A: Projects In “IBI Group” - Shanghai (2012-3) 1. Joy City Phase II Architecture Concept Design, Shanghai 2. Conceptual Design of TongZhou CBD District II, Beijing 3. King’s Land Cloud Project Conceptual Design (First Stage), Shenzhen 4. Yintai Development Shopping Mall Concept Design, Ningbo 5. Super High-Rise Residential Building Architectural Design, Suzhou 6. Qionglai Area Master Plan, Chengdu 7. Zizhu International Education Center, Shanghai 8. Weihai Double Island Bay Area Development Strategic Plan, Weihai 9. Huawei Nanjing - A1 Block, Nanjing 10. Begonia Bay, Sanya Marriott, Hainan Island 11. Tours Sainte Catherine & De Bleury, Montreal, Canada 12. Office Interior Design, IBI Group Office, Shanghai

Part B: Private Projects 1. “Wolfnight” Restaurant - 2011 2. Apartment Renovation - 2009 3. Details Design

Part C: Tel Aviv Studio Projects 1. “Small Touch Big Difference” - Final Project 2011 2. Park Lane - 2010 3. Cultural Heritage Center - 2010 4. Student Village - 2009 5. “Dajani Hospital” - 2009 6. Out From The City - 2008


Part A Projects In “IBI Group” - Shanghai (2012-3)


Joy City Phase II Architecture Concept Design - Shanghai

THE VISION New Residential Standards - New Living Experience Maximizing The Potential Of The Site Connecting The Project To The Place & Context Creating A Diverse Living\Working Environment When efficiency becomes beauty standard Giving unique value to the north site of the Suzhou creek “Joy City Phase II� combine together Residential, Commercial, Offices, Green spaces and Lifestyle facilities. The project empower and highlights the north Suzho creek new development. Creating a new destination in the heart of Shanghai City, a place to meet, enjoy, explore & live.


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6km 世博园 EXPO

8 办公楼层屋顶 Office Tower Roof

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陆家嘴视域 Lujiazui views

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人民广场视域 People square views

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人民广场 People Square

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Lujiazui views

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The Bund views

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People square views


Vehicular Circulation

Pedestrian Circulation

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林荫大道—60米 Primary road — 60m

米 20m-40m

城市道路—20米-40米 Boulevard road — 20m-40m

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城市道路—20米-40米 Secondary road — 20m-40m

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Primary road - 60m

Boulevard road - 20m-40m

Secondary road - 20m-40m

Internal road - 15m-20m

Highrise drop off

Office drop off

Kindergarden drop off

Boutique hotel drop off

Club house drop off

Qufu Metro Station

Main retail pedestrian

Pedestrian overpass

Residential circulation

Public circulation

Pedestrian plaza

Office entrance

Boutique hotel entrance

Club house entrance

Kindergarden entrance

Metro line 12

Sustainable Lifestyle

Connections

City Destination - Contemporary Living - Incubator for Diversity

100m distance to the Suzhou creek

Public

私人通道 private path

Private path for the residents

人行天桥 overpass 中央步行系统-私密 Central pedestrian path - Private

West/East path for public

东西步行系统-公共 West-East pedestrian path - Public

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Character Districts

Main Programs

A - Residential Private Area B -Custom Commercial Area & VIP Area C - Office Tower

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D -Service Apartment

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E - Boutique Hotel F - Existing Residential Building

B

G - Kindergarden

F

H- Public Green Space

G A

1th-2nd - Lobby&Health Center 3rd-28th - Luxury Appartment

Residential Building

Office Tower

-1th - Office retail 1th-3rd - Lobby 4th-44th - Office space

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1

B A Residential Private Area - 55,200 sqm

Custom Commercial Area - 3,250 sqm

Club House - 2,500 sqm

VIP Area - 8,950 sqm

Health Experience - 3,000 sqm

Showroom - 1,800 sqm

Retail - 1,300 sqm

Total - 14,000 sqm

2

1. Health Experience 2. Club House

Total - 62,000 sqm

1th - Main Entrance 2nd - Spa Facilities 1th-3rd - Club House

Boutique Hotel

1th - Lobby & Spa five star resturant 2nd-5th - Hotel Units

D C

Office Tower - 90,300 sqm

Service Apartment - 4,900 sqm

Retail - 1,420 sqm

Retail - 600 sqm

Total - 91,720 sqm

Total - 5,500 sqm Retail Street

Service Apartment

Life style & Living facilities

Club House & Leisure

Existing Residential Building Redesign facade & functions

Kindergarden

1th-2nd - Retail 3rd-4th - Gym 5th-19th - Appartment 1th - Playground & Classrooms 2nd - Activities area


Master Plan

Joy City Phase II Architectural Concept Design: Site Area 1

62,509 m2

Total Above-Ground GFA

176,310 m2

Total Underground GFA

85,360 m2

Building Footprint

23,470 m2

1 21 20

Site Coverage

37.5%

22 2

Green Area Ratio

5

Softscape (Green) Hardscape (Pave)

57.7%

32,600 m2 3,500 m2

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3 4

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Landscape Concept

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The Joy City landscape concept is guided by 5 major principles: Principle 1: Enhance Qipu Road as a unique urban pedestrian - scaled street

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Principle 2: Create a landscape linkage to the Central Park to the east

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Principle 3: Introduce water as a consistent element throughout the landscape Principle 4: Provide a park-like setting throughout the project Principle 5: Integrate art throughout the landscape

1. Haining Road Street Trees 6. Residential Park Trees 13. Secret Garden

2. Underground Path

7. Water Pavilion

14. Swimming Pools

20. Ornamental Garden

21. Linear Park

3. Commercial Boulevard

8. Traditional Garden 15. Outdoor Activity 22. Outdoor Theatre

4. Gathering Point

9. Sculpture

10. Garden Plaza

16. Tennis Court

17. Relax Stop

5. Qipu Road Street Trees 11. Water Elements 18. Forest Pavilion

12. Private Green 19. Urban Forest


South Elevation

Residebtial Towers Building Concept Inside out planning Maximizing the view Unique residential product 2 Cores

E E 380m2

B

D

C

D 330m2

C 280m2

Sky Garden *South Positioning & Twist Towards The East *Floor To Ceiling Glass Facade *Sky Garden Terrace *Health Experience *Elevator Per Unit

B 220m2

A 180m2

Building unit size

Residential Private Area - 55,200 sqm Club House - 2,500 sqm Health Experience - 3,000 sqm Retail - 1,300 sqm Total Built Area - 62,000 sqm Green Park - 15,300 sqm

A

B

B

Lobby

C

*Unique Architecture *Panoramic Open Views *Green Landscape & Open Spaces *Club House (Health Club, Restaurant, Night Bar, City Market) *2 Parking Spaces + Guest Parking Per Unit


Residential Towers Typical Floor Plan E D

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Lobby

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Lobby

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Lobby

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Ensure long lasting Value through Exellence in Architecure and Landscape Design Using latest sustainable and technology design methods Integrate local lifestyle culture and traditions

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Healthy residential community in harmony with nature Create a Sustainable Lifestyle

Lobby

Lobby


Residential Towers & Club House Perspective - looknig North - West

Bird's eye view - looking South East

Residential Towers Perspective - looking North - East

Bird’s eye view - looking North

Retail Street Perspective -looking East


Conceptual Design of TongZhou CBD District II, Beijing

THE VISION Sustainable Planning - Marker & Identity To The City high-end waterfront mixed use leisure urban complex An Intelligent and Sustainable way of tackling Beijing Environment Located in northwest of Tongzhou New District Core which is the junction of five rivers, on the Grand Canal path (the longest canal or artificial river in the world). The totally site area is 7.7 Ha. Providing a new Gateway to Beijing, Creating a Landmark for Tongzhou.


Challenges & Opportunities

Site Location

Tongzhou

Beijing

Tianjin Bohai Sea

Cangzhou

Dezhou

Linqing Liaocheng

Challenges 1. The Southern Tongyan highway has blocked the south site connections 2. The influences from west city road to the site 3. The uncertainty from undeveloped surrounding sites

Yellow Sea

Jining Nanyang Peixian Xuzhou

Taizhou Taierzhuang Pizhou

Huaian

Yangzhou Zhenjiang Nanjing Changzhou Wuxi Suzhou

Shanghai

Tongzhou District located in southeast of Beijing, the eastern end of Barry Chang Street, it also starts from the north of Grand Canal. The area is ​​906 square kilometers.

Our site is located in northwest of Tongzhou New District Core which is the junction of five rivers. The totally site are is 7.7 Ha.

Hangzhou

Opportunities 1. The Northern promoter region of New Town Core Area 2. Excellent landscape Views 3. Rich and natural water environment 4. Possible link to island and future centre. 5. Easy access from west and east streets


Key Findings

Positioning Entertainment

History Grade

Creative

Regional

Local

Site

Client

Gateway

City Marker

Creating Value

Brand Hub

CBD Center

First Major Project

Develop New Functions

Create New Business Model

Multi-Functional City Complex

New Urban Destination

Transition to New City Centre

Expansion To New Location

Gateway to Beijing

Lifestyle

Market

Tongzhou Marker

Family

Client Brand Hub

Hotel

Iconic

Art Education Brand

Office

Function

Client

An Intelligent and Sustainable way of tackling Beijing Environment A high-end waterfront mixed use leisure urban complex. Grand Canal

Gateway to Beijing - Top-Level Office District

Tongzhou Marker - Five Star Hotel

Urban Destination - Urban Leisure District

Client Brand Hub - Service Apartment

Design

The Heart of... Gateway

Experience

Spiritual

Energy

Family

Pleasure

Creative

Nature & Culture

Imagination

Food

Experience

Culture

high-end waterfront mixed use leisure

That would provide: A Gateway to Beijing TongZhou Marker New Urban Destination Client Brand Hub

Healthcare

Leisure

Energy

Vision

Urban Destination


Concept Idea

Program II-01, II-03 II-02, II-04 II-05

II-07

SiteⅡ-05

II-06

总建筑面积Total 酒店Hotel 服务式公寓 Service Apartment

55,800㎡ 27,000㎡ 13,000㎡

商业设施 Commercial

15,800㎡

SiteⅡ-06

总建筑面积Total 办公Office 商业设施 Commercial

90,000㎡ 64,000㎡ 26,000㎡

Required by Official Zoning 用地编号Land Code

用地面积 Land Area

用地性质 Land Use

建筑限高 Height 建筑开发量GFA Limited

Ⅱ-01

供电用地

Supply Facilities

0.8ha

12m

3,200㎡

Ⅱ-02

绿地

Public Green

0.27ha

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供燃气用地

0.3ha

12m

1,200㎡

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绿地

0.13ha

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商业服务业设施用地Public Facilities 商业服务业设施用地Public Facilities 商业服务业设施用地Public Facilities

0.93ha 1.41ha 2.33ha

100m 150m 300m

55,800㎡ 90,600㎡ 198,100㎡

Supply Facilities Public Green

Suggested Program

总建筑面积Total 酒店Hotel SiteⅡ-05 服务式公寓 Service Apartment 300m Tower 业设施 Commercial 商业设施 Commercial

55,800㎡ 27,000㎡ SiteⅡ-06 13,000㎡ 47,000㎡ 15,800㎡

总建筑面积Total 办公Office 商业设施 300mCommercial Tower

总建筑面积Total 198,000㎡ Water, Where Does It Come From? 办公Office 67,000㎡ SiteⅡ-07

90,000㎡ 64,000㎡ 26,000㎡

服务式公寓 Service Apartment

84,000㎡

商业设施 Commercial

47,000㎡

What Will Happen To The Water?

务式公寓 Service Apartment 84,000㎡ 建筑面积Total 55,800㎡ 198,000㎡ 总建筑面积Total 总建筑面积Total 总建筑面积Total 90,000㎡90,000㎡ 总建筑面积Total 198,000㎡ 198,000㎡ Service Apartment Service Apartment 公Office 67,000㎡ 公Office 67,000㎡ 办公Office 27,000㎡SiteⅡ-06 SiteⅡ-06 办公Office 办公Office 64,000㎡64,000㎡ 办公Office 67,000㎡67,000㎡ 建筑面积Total 2400*34=84,000 198,000㎡ 2400*34=84,000 SiteⅡ-07 SiteⅡ-07 84,000㎡ 服务式公寓 务式公寓 Service Apartment 13,000㎡ 商业设施 商业设施 Commercial Commercial 26,000㎡26,000㎡ 服务式公寓 Service Apartment Service Apartment 84,000㎡84,000㎡ FA

业设施 15,800㎡

Commercial 总建筑面积Total 办公Office SiteⅡ-07 服务式公寓 Service Apartment

47,000㎡ 198,000㎡ 67,000㎡ 84,000㎡

商业设施 Commercial

商业设施商业设施 Commercial Commercial

47,000㎡47,000㎡

What can it be then?

47,000㎡

link buildings

150m Tower

150m Tower

150m Tower

What form can it take ?

facade

Raindrop

space

Apartment 2400*10=24,000

100m Tower

Service Office Apartment

HotelOffice

650*20=13,000 1350*20=27000 2400*16=40,000 2400*28=67,000

Commercial Commercial 47,000 26,000 Commercial 12,900 Parking Basement Parking Basement

SiteⅡ-07-198,000㎡ SiteⅡ-06-90,000㎡ SiteⅡ-05-55,800㎡

100m Tower

100m Tower

Apartment

Office

2400*26=64,000 2000*20=42,900

Commercial 26,000 Commercial 12,900 Parking Basement

SiteⅡ-05-55,800㎡ SiteⅡ-06-90,000㎡

Service Apartment 650*20=13,000

Hotel

100m Tower

Office

1350*20=27000 2400*28=67,000

Commercial 47,000

Office

Service Apartment

Hotel

2400*26=64,000

650*20=13,000

1350*20=27000

Commercial 26,000

Commercial 12,900 Parking Basement Parking Basement

SiteⅡ-07-198,000㎡ SiteⅡ-05-55,800㎡

Commercial 12,900 Parking Basement

SiteⅡ-06-90,000㎡

Parking Basement

SiteⅡ-05-55,800㎡

Cascade

Spiraling Ribbons


Master Plan

Function

Index

Office & Apartments 300m Tower

Office 150m Tower

5 Star Hotel & Apartments 100m Tower

Commercial & Entertainment

Entrance Plaza

Winter Garden

Green

Municipal Facilities

Tower A – 300m

Total Land Area

7.46ha

Constraction Land

4.67ha

Hotel Building Area

27,000 m2

Supply Facilities

1.11ha

Service Apartment Building Area

97,000 m2

Tower B – 150m

88,800 m2

Office – 64,000 sqm > 18 sqm/people > 3,600 people Commercial – 26,000 sqm > 5,500 people Total People – 9,100 Parking – 64,000/100 + 26,000/100 = 900 Parking spaces 900x50 = 45,000 sqm (12,000 sqm X 4 floors)

Public Green Land Road Land

0.41ha 1.27ha

Commercial Building Area Supply Facilities

4,400 m2

Total Above-Ground GFA

348,200 m2

FAR

4.67

Total Underground GFA

120,000 m2

Site Coverage

45%

Office Building Area

131,000 m2

Underground Parking

3,400 p

A

Service Apartment – 84,000 sqm > 420 units > 900 people Office – 67,000 sqm > 18 sqm/people > 3,700 people Commercial – 47,000 sqm > 10,000 people Total People – 14,600 Parking – 420x2 + 67,000/100 + 47,000/100 = 1,980 Parking spaces 1,980x50 = 99,000 sqm (25,000 sqm X 4 floors)

Tower C – 100m Service Apartment – 14,000 sqm > 70 units > 150 people Hotel – 21,900 sqm > 300 Rooms > 600 people Commercial – 12,900 sqm > 2,700 people Total People – 3,450 Parking – 70x2 + 300x1 + 12,900/100 = 499 Parking spaces 500x50 = 25,000 sqm (6,500 sqm X 4 floors) Total People – 27,150 Total Parking – 3,400 3,400x50 sqm = 170,000 sqm Parking space > 4 Basement Parking levels

C B


Character Districts

Place Making Main Leisurue / Commercial Activities Band (Mainly Visitors) Secondary Leisurue (Mainly Visitors) Entertainment / Rest / Quiet Band (Mainly Residents) Access / Link to Buildings Cores Main Indoor “Jewell Box” Plaza Public Greens Drop off

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Building Core

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Site II - 05

Site II - 06

Site II - 07

Main leisure/commercial activities band (mainly visitors)

Secondary leisure (mainly visitors)

Entertainment/Res/Quite band (mainly residents)

Access/Link to buildings cores

C- Waterfront View Hotel / Residential

B - Beijing 150 Office / Commercial

A1 - Spiral Tower Office / Residential / Commercial

Main indoor “Jewell Box” plaza

Public greens

Drop-off

Building core

D - Winter Garden E - Shopping Gallery Street

A2 - Central Plaza Leisure / Commercial A1 - Spiral Tower office / residential / commercial

A1 - Spiral Tower office / residential / commercial

A3 - Creative Zone Leisure / Entertainment / Commercial

A2 - Central Plaza leisure / commercial

F - Drop-off / Entry Plaza

A3 - Creative Zone leisure / Entertainment / commercial B - Beijing 150 office / commercial

D - Winter Garden

F

F

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A2

D - Winter Garden

F - Drop off / Entry Plaza

C

G - Public Green

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G - Public Green

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G - Public Green

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E - Shopping Gallery street

F - Drop off / Entry Plaza

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E - Shopping Gallery street

D

B

C - Waterfront View Hotel / Residential

D - Winter Garden

F - Drop off / Entry Plaza

C

G - Public Green

B - Beijing 150 office / commercial

C - Waterfront View Hotel / Residential

E - Shopping Gallery street

F - Drop off / Entry Plaza

A3 - Creative Zone leisure / Entertainment / commercial

B - Beijing 150 office / commercial

D - Winter Garden

E - Shopping Gallery street

A2 - Central Plaza leisure / commercial

A3 - Creative Zone leisure / Entertainment / commercial

A3 - Creative Zone leisure / Entertainment / commercial

C - Waterfront View Hotel / Residential

G

A1 - Spiral Tower office / residential / commercial

A2 - Central Plaza leisure / commercial

A2 - Central Plaza leisure / commercial

B - Beijing 150 office / commercial

C - Waterfront View Hotel / Residential

G - Public Green

A1 - Spiral Tower office / residential / commercial

A3

Site II - 07 - Spiral Tower

A1

B

A2

A3

Site II - 06 - Beijing 150

B

A2

E

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A1

F

A3

Site II - 05 - Waterfront view

A1

E F

A3

Winter Garden - Commercial Gallery


Design Concept

Sustainability Natural Ventilation: The ribbons forms “air-tunnels” that collect the wind from the ground level, and because of the pressure diffrences between the altitudes, the air move up fast around the tower and help it breath: fresh air enter to the floors through the double-skin facade, and exhausted air goes out and up to the atmosphere.

Structure Twisting ribbons and cross-side columns create the structural support and leave the entire floor space column-less and flexible

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Improved isolation” While natural ventilation is not effective, the double-skin glass facade helps to keep the temprature inside the building stable.

double glass facade concrete ribbons

Wind Resistence: Aerodynamic shape helps to decrease wind loads and prevent turbulence on ground level floor

columns

Natural ventilation can supplement air conditioning for up to 40% of the year, reducing energy consumption up to 50% and carbon dioxide emissions.

+ + Skin The twisting ribbons reduces the use of glass in the facade at 40%, and use both as constructive material and as a shading and filtering element from sun and dust.

40%

Shading systems:

60%

Light skin with a Chinese traditional “ice cracks” texture, that allow to adjust the amount of light according to the light conditions, because of its hollow characteristics. “Ice cracks”, or “opening film,” is the ancient Longquan celadon in a species, its pattern piece broken ice lobes layered, three-dimensional and call it. In china, it’s in use in furniture as well, both to achieve the specific needs such as partial transparency, but also to enriche the decorative effect of the furniture

Plan The typical floor plan houses an enclosed core and flexible functions around it. The core radius gets smaller as the building rise and the need of elevators and services is changing according to the function. Outside wind-tunnels takes less than 10% of groos floor area, compare to 30% in Foster’s Gherkin inner light-wells. Outside shafts less than 10% of gross floor area

The Gherkin - inner shafts more than 30% of gross floor area

Office Plan - 300m Tower

++ +

Service Apartment Plan - 300m Tower


Main Entry - View from North

Mixed Use Tower - View from Highway towards Beijing

Office Building - View from West

Waterfront - View from North

Bird’s eye view - View from South - East

Mixed Use Tower - View from South


King’s Land Cloud Project Conceptual Design (First Stage), Shenzhen

THE VISION Living In A Cloud - New High-End Concept Creating an Unique Iconic Project For Shenzhen City Introducing Special Mix-Use Complex With 450m Super High-Rise Tower With the principle of overall, harmony and future consideration, aim to create a high-quality space landscape and living environment, highlight its Ecological and cultural features In the urban construction to promote the development of the society and enhance the “mountain, sea and city” concept. A Unique “Sustainble Cloud” That connects the project, giving the public new observation point, cultural venues, commercial experience and taking the high-end facilities to a different level.


Challenges & Opportunities

City Spatial Network To Dongguan To Huizhou & Heyuan To Guangzhou

To Huizhou & Shantou

West Coast District Eastern District Central District

? To Dayan Bay To Zhongshan & Shamen

?

East Coast District

Site

To Zhuhai & Macao

Development Axis

Hong Kong

Development Corridor

City Center District Area

City District Area

City Center

City Sub-Center

Site

Challenges Site Surroundings SZ West Railway Station

Narrow Site Shape and Setbacks

Site

SZ University

Coastal City

Gymnasium

Golf Clubs

Local Roads Cut Through Site

Current Citizens Relocation

?

Unattractive Surrounding Structures

Window of the Happy Valley World

N

W

S

E

Opportunities Metro Station

Closeness to N/S and W/E City Axis

Sub-Central Potential Generator

Close to Shenzhen University Campus

Mountain Views from Future Tower

Sea Views from Future Tower

Opposite Hospital


Construction and Design Principles

Living in a Cloud

Sustainability 1. Sun 2. Rain 3. Noise Reduction 4. Pollution Reduction 5. Climate Control Structure 1. Truss 2. Cable Suspension 3. Space Frame

Skin 1. Porous Multi Layer 2. Smooth Continuous 3. Pixelated 4. Blured

Cloud Definitions 1. Natural Clouds

Privacy 1. 100% Private 2. 100% Public 3. Mixed

2. Digital Clouds

Sustainability Natural Ventilation Shading Panels

Green Roof

3. Traditional Clouds

Panoramic Views

- “Auspicious clouds” (xiangyun 祥云) is pronounced the same as yun (运) meaning “luck” or “fortune”. Mountains & Clouds - The cloud is a commonly seen design and when repeated in a pattern symbolizes never-ending fortune. - Auspicious clouds may be seen on coins and charms at the following: Auspicious Inscriptions, Chinese Coins with Charm Features, Buddhist Charms, Daoist Charms.

Flowers & Clouds

Cloud Luxury Experience Sun

- Shading panels - Solar panels - Tinted Glass to reduce glare and solar gain

Rain

- Shelter - Water collect - Artificial rainfall well - Cooling effect

Pollution Reduction

- Air quality monitoring and control filters - Indoor vegetations for CO2 reduce

Climate Control

- Less heat loss in the winter and solar gain in the summer - Humidity and wind control - Micro-climate zone for residents and visitors - Better indoor & outdoor environments in tropical climate


Structural Design Ideas

Degree Of Privacy

Space Frame

100% Public

Mixed

100% Private

Etfe (Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene - Case Studies - Compared to glass, it’s 1% the weight, transmits more light and costs 24% to 70% less to install

1

- ETFE film is self-cleaning (due to its nonstick surface) and recyclable - In sheet form as commonly employed for architecture, it is able to stretch to three times its length without loss of elasticity - ETFE has an approximate tensile strength of 42 N/mm² (6100 psi), with a working temperature range of -185 °C to 150 °C - Able to stretch to three times its length without losing its elasticity 2

- When exposed to fire, it softens and shrinks away from the heat, naturally venting smoke out of a building

3

- Originally designed -around the 1970s

Skin Appearance Pixelated

Smooth Continuous

1

National Aquatics Center (Water Cube), Beijing, China

2

Eden Project, Cornwall, UK

3

Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany

Clouds Options Diagram 2 Clouds

1 Cloud

Various

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Direct Light 2 Selected Options Strategy C: Tall Towers at Edge

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Program

Option 1

1) 450m Tower Residential Hotel

High End Residential 6 Star Hotel Class A Office Office

Office Retail

1

Total - 95 Floors

Sky Cloud

72,500 m2 50,000 m2 40,000 m2 52,500 m2 215,000 m2

2 & 3) 100m Tower Residential 25 Floors (Each)

37,500 m2

4

4) 300m Tower High End Residential Residential Total - 65 Floors

70,000 m2 40,000 m2 110,000 m2

5) Sky Cloud 5

Leisure & Entertainment 5 Floors

3

2

45,000 m2

6) Podium Retail 6 Floors

6

Technical Data 1 450 m Tower:

4

High End Residential - 72,500 sqm Site Area 6总用地面积 Star Hotel - 50,000 sqm 总建筑面积 Total building area Class A Office - 40,000地上建筑面积 sqm Above Ground 其中 Include 地下建筑面积 Underground Office - 52,500 sqm

1号地块 经济技术指标 Site Index

容积率

F.A.R.

建筑占地面积

Building Footprint

Total - 215,000 sqm 建筑密度 95绿地面积 Floors

520,000

17,600

% 300米塔楼: 19,400 m² 52 % 高档住宅—70,000平方米 40 % 住宅楼—40,000平方米 12 % 450 m 总共—110,000平方米 3400 个 37,000 65楼层 32 个

Green Area Green Area Ratio

Softscape (Green)

450米塔楼: Hardscape (Pave) 高档住宅—72,500平方米 g Top p Height g Building 建筑高度 Parking Space 机动车停车位 六星级酒店—50,000平方米 地上停车位 Above Ground 其中 Include 甲级办公楼—40,000平方米 地下停车位 Underground 办公楼—52,500平方米 Building Index 总共—210,000平方米 Building Total Area Average Building Building Building 82楼层 Stories Function ( ㎡) -

硬质绿地面积 (广场,行人道)

3368

Foot Print / Site Area

Area ( ㎡)

Total Total Building Building Area Cloud Area Above & Below ( ㎡) Cloud ( ㎡)

2,750

215,000

95

Mix Use

8.0%

52,500

162,500

300 m Tower

1,850

110,000

65

Residential

5%

40,000

70,000

25

Residential

25

Office

0%

45,000

I Cloud

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45,000

100米塔楼: 1,000 20,000 住宅楼—37,500平方米 Total 17,600 520,000 25楼层

Underground Parking Relocated Residents

34,500

140,000

5

6

Retail

5

Mix Use

4

Parking

20

Residential

30

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100 m Tower: 1,500 100 m Tower 37,500 Residential - 37,500 sqm 100 m Tower 1,500 37,500 9,000 55,000 25Podium Floors

Option 2

48

绿地率

2

300 m Tower: High End Residential - 70,000 sqm 37,000 Residential - 40,000m² sqm 710,000 m² 190,000 sqm m² Total - 110,000 14.1 65 Floors

Site Coverage

软质绿地面积 (水体,花草,树木)

Ground Floor

55,000 m2

Sky Cloud37,500 - Private:0 4% Leisure & Entertainment - 45,000 sqm 4% 37,500 0 24% 55,000 0 5 Floors 0

云: 3% 0 0 云之都私人休闲娱乐场所—45,000平方米 48% 267,500 232,500 5楼层 0%

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Yintai Development Shopping Mall Concept Design - Ningbo

THE VISION New Shopping Experience - A Different Commercial Approach Connecting The Shopping Experience To Its Surrounding Bringing The Culture, History And Nature To The Commercial Facilities Located in the core zone of the newly developed Eastern New Town, this mixed use masterplan incorporates Yintai Shopping Mall, Commercial Streets, Office building, Residential towers, Serviced apartment towers, and 500m long linear Green Path. The site is in the heart of the new “Government Island�, situated between the new government block in the north, the cultural district in the west, the new planned green park belt in the east and developing residential area in the south.


Location Plan

Life Band Of Activities

1

3

2 4

10

5

6

7

8

9

0

100

1 Goverment Campus

2 Ningbo Urban Planning Museum

3 Future Library

4 Cultural Square

6 C2-3 Commercial Building

7 Academy

8 Union Building

9 Tung Yin Office Building 10 Public Park

500

5 Landison International Center

Main City Culture & Leisure Band

Main City Nature & Quite Acitivities Band

Local “Eclusive” Band

Local “Public” Cuture & Leisure Band

Main Green Corridor Public Spaces Band

Main Acitivities Open Spaces Band

Main Zoning

Center Space

Proposed Districts

Best link to Culture and Mixed-Use surrounding

Ningbo World Experience

Yintai Retail World Experience

Ningbo Water World Experience “Mass” Retail

Ningbo Old Water Village Retail Street Ningbo Living

Yintai Living

Ningbo Water Living

Civic Ceremony Park

The Green Plaza

Yintai Retail World Experience “High-End” Theme Retail

Office/Service Apartment/ Retail

Gateway Yintai Water Living


分析图 DIAGRAMS 图例 LegendRetail

Master Plan

商业主入口

商业次入口

车库出入口

Minor Retail Entrance

Parking Entrance 335m

141m 99m

办公主入口

Exit of Office

公寓出入口

Exit of Apartment

住宅出入口

Exit of Residential

86m

60m

329m 12

149,819㎡

Residential

126,074 ㎡

Apartment

34,788 ㎡

Office

46,000 ㎡

162m 10月30日 30th October

Site Area

94m

102m

分析图 DIAGRAMS 分析图 DIAGRAMS 图例 Legend

Main Retail Entrance

Minor Retail Entrance

Area Index

2 ㎡

17,358 68,858 m

34,788 m2 ㎡ 404,888

Office

46,000 m

For Sale Retail

51,986 m2

D3-1 2

D3-2

Frontage Street Retail For Sale - 496m

图例 Legend

Mall Pedestrian Length - 476m

活动节点 Activity Nodes

Pedestrian Circulation

127,854 ㎡

Apartment Total GFA

11

D3-4

Yintai Ningbo Shopping Mall Concept Presentation 宁波银泰购物中心方案汇报|2013.10.30

Activity Nodes

主要人行动线 Main Pedestrian Flow

Main Pedestrian Flow

Yin 宁波

次人行动线 Pedestrian Approach

Pedestrian Approach

D3-3

主要入口

Main Entrance Main Entrance

127,854 m2

Mall Above Ground

17,358 m2

Total UnderGround GFA

D3-6

D3-5

404,888 m2

基地开发基础指标 MASTER PLAN WITH DEVELOPMENT BASIS

D3-2

D3-6

Frontage Off Street Retail For Plan Sale - 717m 总体规划平面 Master

Exit Of Residential

149,819 m2

地下计容面积Residential Total Under Grd GFA

D3-1

Exit Of Apartment

基地开发基础指标 MASTER PLAN WITH DEVELOPMENT BASIS

Site Area

Total GFA

Exit Of Office

Parking Entrance

51,986 ㎡

For Sale Retail

地上商业中心 Mall Above Grade

总建筑面积

124m

53m

10月30日 30th October

商业

Main Retail Entrance

D3-3

11

D3-4

10月30日 30th October

图例

104m

指标 AREA INDEX

面积

Frontage Length

9 10月30日 30th October

分析图 DIAGRAMS

Yintai Ningbo Shopping Mall Concept Presentation 宁波银泰购物中心方案汇报|2013.10.30

D3-5

人行流线 Pedestria Yintai Ningbo Shopping Mall Concept Presentation 宁波银泰购物中心方案汇报|2013.10.30


平面图 FLOOR PLAN

平面图 FLOOR PLAN

24

平面图 FLOOR PLAN

Ground Floor Plan

24

10月30日 30th October

图例 Legend 图例 Legend 银泰百货 Yintai Dpt. Store

银泰百货

Yintai Department 次主力店Store Mini Anchor

次主力店

Mini 零售店 Anchor

Retail 公共空间 Retail

零售店

公共空间

Public Circulation

后勤疏散 Public Circulation

3rd Floor Plan 10月30日 30th October

图 FLOOR PLAN

Yintai Dpt. Store

图例 Legend 主力店 银泰百货

Mini Anchor

次主力店

Retail

Public Circulation

Service/Escape Way

Yintai Dpt. Store

Main次主力店 Anchor

Mini Anchor

Main Anchor

Mini Anchor

Mini零售店 Anchor

Retail

零售店

Retail 餐饮 Retail

F&B

公共空间

Public Circulation Mini Retail 配套商业

F&B

Service/Escape Way

后勤疏散

24

图例 Legend

后勤疏散

Service/Escape Way

Service/Escape Way Bonus 赠送面积

Mini Retal

公共空间 “Bonus” Area

Public Circula

后勤疏散

Service/Esca

Public Circulation Service/Escape Way

比例尺 Scale

比例尺 Scale 比例尺 Scale

Plan

比例尺 Scale

平面图 FLOOR PLAN 25

4thPLAN Floor 平面图 FLOOR 24

10月30日 30th October

2nd Floor 图 FLOOR PLAN

0 25 50 100 m 首层平面图 Floor Plan F1 首层平面图 Floor Plan F1

Plan

宁波银泰购物中心方案汇报|2013.10.30

图例 Legend Yintai Ningbo Shopping Mall Concept Presentation Yintai Dpt. Store 宁波银泰购物中心方案汇报 |2013.10.30 银泰百货 银泰百货 Yintai 次主力店

Yintai Dpt.Store Store Department 次主力店 Mini Anchor

Mini Anchor

0 25 50

0 25 50 100 m 三层平面图 Floor Plan F3 首层平面图 Floor Plan F1

24

图例 Legend Yintai Ningbo Shopping Mall Concept Presentation 10月30日 30th October

平面图 FLOOR PLAN

0 25 50 100 m

图例 Legend Yintai Ningbo Shopping Mall Co

宁波银泰购物中心方案汇报|201

图例 Legend Yintai Ningbo Shopping Mall Concept Presenta

宁波银泰购物中心方案汇报 Main Anchor 主力店|2013.10.30 银泰百货

Yintai Dpt. Store Main Anchor 零售店

Retail

次主力店

Mini Anchor F餐饮 &B

F&B

Mini零售店 Anchor

Retail

零售店

Retail 餐饮 Retail

F&B

公共空间

Public Circulation Mini Retail 配套商业

公共空间

Service/Escape Way Bonus 赠送面积

后勤疏散

后勤疏散

F&B

“Bonus” Area

公共空间

Public Circulation

后勤疏散

Service/Escape Way

Public Circulation Service/Escape Way

Mini Retail

Bonus

Service/Escape Way Public Circula

Public公共空间 Circulation

Service/Esca

比例尺 Scale 比例尺 Scale

首层平面图

Public Circulation

“Bonus” Area 赠送面积

后勤疏散

比例尺 Scale 比例尺 Scale

配套商业 Mini Retal

Service/Escape Way

0 25 50 100 m 0 25 50 100 m 二层平面图 Floor Plan F2

Retail

零售店

0 25 50

0 25 50 100 m 四层平面图 Floor Plan F4 首层平面图


Super High-Rise Residential Architectural Design - Suzhou

THE VISION Sail With The Wind - Suzhou New Landmark Forming New Way Of Living In Suzhou Respecting The Nature & Culture Of The Place Symbiosis concept - emphasizing the symbiosis between man and nature, art and technology, Especially the symbiotic between history and future. “Philosophy of symbiosis” is a traditional Chinese architectural design philosophy, creating a new residential tower by learning from the past. Rivers are the transport lifeline of Wuzhong ancient town, the passing ships sustains people’s lives, culture, and trade, the traditional residential communities has been in constant development. The “Hoist sail” means “everything goes well” in traditional Chinese culture.


Development Development Development Development Pattern Pattern Pattern Pattern

444MODES MODES 4MODES MODES OF OF OF OF 4SUSTAINABLE Modes Of Sustainable Design SUSTAINABLE SUSTAINABLE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN DESIGN DESIGN DESIGN

Development Pattern

Green Structure Concept

可持续设计模式 可持续设计模式 可持续设计模式 可持续设计模式

Community attraction

Life Place Innovator

Economic Driver

Climate Responder

社区核心 社区核心 社区核心 社区核心 Create community park and central COMMUNITY COMMUNITY COMMUNITY COMMUNITY ATTRACTOR ATTRACTOR ATTRACTOR ATTRACTOR Destination for nanshan

居住空间创新 居住空间创新 居住空间创新 居住空间创新 Maximize views +INNOVATOR natural daylight LIFE LIFEPLACE PLACE LIFELIFE PLACE INNOVATOR INNOVATOR PLACE INNOVATOR

经济驱动 经济驱动 经济驱动 经济驱动 Physically manifest the residential case ECONOMIC ECONOMIC ECONOMIC ECONOMIC DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER In the architecture

环境协调 环境协调 环境协调 环境协调 Employ whole building sustainabilitystrategies CLIMATE CLIMATE CLIMATE RESPONDER CLIMATE RESPONDER RESPONDER RESPONDER

创建社区花园,形成核心目的地 创建社区花园,形成核心目的地 创建社区花园,形成核心目的地 创建社区花园,形成核心目的地

CREATE CREATE COMMUNITY CREATE COMMUNITY COMMUNITY COMMUNITY PARK PARKAND PARK AND PARK CENTRAL AND CENTRAL AND CENTRAL CENTRAL ExpressCREATE uniqueness ofNANSHAN suzhou and innovation DESTINATION DESTINATION DESTINATION DESTINATION FOR FORNANSHAN FOR FOR NANSHAN NANSHAN

Establish social and collaborative 最大视野+ 最大视野+ 最大视野+ 最大视野+ 自然采光 自然采光 自然采光 自然采光

建筑作为居住模型的实体宣言 建筑作为居住模型的实体宣言 建筑作为居住模型的实体宣言 建筑作为居住模型的实体宣言

Maximize green space 贯彻可持续策略 贯彻可持续策略 贯彻可持续策略 贯彻可持续策略

MAXIMIZE MAXIMIZE MAXIMIZE MAXIMIZE VIEWS VIEWS VIEWS ++NATURAL VIEWS NATURAL + NATURAL + NATURAL DAYLIGHT DAYLIGHT DAYLIGHT DAYLIGHT

PHYSICALLY PHYSICALLY PHYSICALLY PHYSICALLY MANIFEST MANIFEST MANIFEST MANIFEST THE THERESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL THETHE RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL CASE CASECASE CASE ININTHE THE INARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE THE IN THE ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE

EMPLOY EMPLOY EMPLOY WHOLE EMPLOY WHOLE WHOLE BUILDING WHOLE BUILDING BUILDING BUILDING SUSTAINABILITYSSUSTAINABILITYSSUSTAINABILITYSSUSTAINABILITYSTRATEGIES TRATEGIES TRATEGIES TRATEGIES

Zones througoutthe building

Employ building systems that respond to Tenant mix and appropriate lease rate

居住舒适空间贯通建筑之中 居住舒适空间贯通建筑之中 居住舒适空间贯通建筑之中 居住舒适空间贯通建筑之中

展示创新,苏州独有 展示创新,苏州独有 展示创新,苏州独有 展示创新,苏州独有 Respond to existing context

大楼系统应对混合型租户 大楼系统应对混合型租户 大楼系统应对混合型租户 大楼系统应对混合型租户 以及合适的可租赁区比例 以及合适的可租赁区比例 以及合适的可租赁区比例 以及合适的可租赁区比例 Attract high quality tenants and

Create super flexible lease space Through innovative strategies

ESTABLISH ESTABLISH ESTABLISH ESTABLISH SOCIAL SOCIAL SOCIAL AND SOCIAL ANDCOLLABORATIVE AND COLLABORATIVE AND COLLABORATIVE COLLABORATIVE ZONES ZONES ZONES THROUGOUTTHE THROUGOUTTHE ZONES THROUGOUTTHE THROUGOUTTHE BUILDING BUILDING BUILDING BUILDING

EXPRESS EXPRESS EXPRESS EXPRESS UNIQUENESS UNIQUENESS UNIQUENESS UNIQUENESS OF OFSUZHOU SUZHOU OFOF SUZHOU SUZHOU AND ANDINAND IN-AND IN-INNOVATION NOVATION NOVATION NOVATION

Create iconic landmark

higher Rents via collaborative spaces within the Building

EMPLOY EMPLOY EMPLOY BUILDING EMPLOY BUILDING BUILDING BUILDING SYSTEMS SYSTEMS SYSTEMS SYSTEMS THAT THATRESPOND THAT RESPOND THAT RESPOND RESPOND TO TO TO TO TENANT TENANT TENANT MIX TENANT MIXAND AND MIXMIX APPROPRIATE AND APPROPRIATE AND APPROPRIATE APPROPRIATE LEASE LEASE LEASE RATE RATE LEASE RATE RATE

创意理念打造灵动空间 创意理念打造灵动空间 创意理念打造灵动空间 创意理念打造灵动空间

回应现有文脉 回应现有文脉 回应现有文脉 回应现有文脉

CREATE CREATE CREATE SUPER CREATE SUPER SUPER FLEXIBLE FLEXIBLE SUPER FLEXIBLE FLEXIBLE LEASE LEASE LEASE SPACE SPACE LEASE SPACE SPACE THROUGH THROUGH THROUGH THROUGH INNOVATIVE INNOVATIVE INNOVATIVE INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES STRATEGIES STRATEGIES STRATEGIES

RESPOND RESPOND RESPOND RESPOND TO TOEXISTING EXISTING TO TO EXISTING EXISTING CONTEXT CONTEXT CONTEXT CONTEXT

通过建筑内舒适空间吸引 通过建筑内舒适空间吸引 通过建筑内舒适空间吸引 通过建筑内舒适空间吸引 高品质住户, 高品质住户, 高品质住户, 高品质住户, 提高售价 提高售价 提高售价 提高售价

树立地标建筑 树立地标建筑 树立地标建筑 树立地标建筑

2. Split Core

3. Sky Gardens

4. Form Comparison

150m Residential Tower

Provides a Flexible use of space, while penetrating natural light into the building

Introducing green sky garden experience

Increase physical strength

Enhance human comfort and quality 最大化绿色空间 最大化绿色空间 最大化绿色空间 最大化绿色空间 Of life MAXIMIZE MAXIMIZE MAXIMIZE MAXIMIZE GREEN GREEN GREEN SPACE SPACE GREEN SPACE SPACE

加强人居环境,创建高品质生活 加强人居环境,创建高品质生活 加强人居环境,创建高品质生活 加强人居环境,创建高品质生活 ENHANCE ENHANCE ENHANCE ENHANCE HUMAN HUMAN HUMAN COMFORT HUMAN COMFORT COMFORT COMFORT AND ANDQUALITY AND QUALITY AND QUALITY QUALITY OF OFLIFE LIFE OFOF LIFELIFE

ATTRACT ATTRACT ATTRACT ATTRACT HIGH HIGHQUALITY HIGH QUALITY HIGH QUALITY QUALITY TENANTS TENANTS TENANTS TENANTS AND ANDHIGHER AND HIGHER AND HIGHER HIGHER RENTS RENTS RENTS VIA VIA RENTS COLLABORATIVE COLLABORATIVE VIAVIA COLLABORATIVE COLLABORATIVE SPACES SPACES SPACES WITHIN SPACES WITHIN WITHIN THE WITHIN THE THETHE BUILDING BUILDING BUILDING BUILDING

CREATE CREATE CREATE ICONIC CREATE ICONIC ICONIC LANDMARK ICONIC LANDMARK LANDMARK LANDMARK

2020

1. Building Height

Volume Concept

20 20

2121 21 21 苏州中新置地——吴中党校超高层住宅楼建筑方案设计 苏州中新置地——吴中党校超高层住宅楼建筑方案设计 苏州中新置地——吴中党校超高层住宅楼建筑方案设计 苏州中新置地——吴中党校超高层住宅楼建筑方案设计 | 2013.06 | 2013.06 | 2013.06 | 2013.06

Residential Total GFA = 64,830 M2 Point

Slab

Sky Gardens 5. Units Adjustment

6. Air Flow

Outdoor experience - Open balconies, increase sun exposure

Wind action reduced by 40% Significantly reduce costs

+

+

Sky Gardens

Facade Interpretation Vertical Fritted Glass Fins North, West & East Facades Thermal Mass Concrete Slab + Horizontal Fins @ Each Floor

Commercial Total GFA = 9,900 M2

E

N S

Basement 1 Retail

Retail

Entry Plaza

+

+

+

W

Green Roof Public Green Residential Public facilities Green Roof Bridge

Public Facilities Total GFA = 1,682 M2 Bridge

Swimpool, Club

Eldery, Kindergarden

Adminisrative Public Green Entry Plaza

+

+

+

+

Commercial

Low Emissivity Glazing + Ceiling Reflectors South Facade


Master Plan

Vehicular Circulation Main City Road Internal road

7 6

8

4

8

5

1

6Ring Road

7 6

10

11

Residents Underground parking entrance

9

Commercial Underground parking entrance

5

Residents Uncovered parking

12

Club House Uncovered parking

2 3

Residents Drop off

15

13 Club House Drop off Commercial Drop off Residential Gate Entrance

14

13

Main City Road

Internal Road

Residents Uncoverd Parking

1. Commercial Plaza 9. Stacked pool

2. Sunken Plaza

3. Landscape Pool

4. Sculpture

10. Wooden platform

11. Vertical Garden

12. Recreation Park

Total Land Area

12735.4 m2

Total Above-Ground GFA

68858 m2

Total Underground GFA

21725 m2

Commercial Building Area High Rise Residential Area Support Facilities FAR

7550 m

2

59078 m2 2280 m2 5.41

Site Coverage

45%

Underground Parking Space

535

Ground Parking Space

26

5. Pavement

6. Steps

7. Feature Wall

13. Waterfront platform

8. Water Fountain

Ring Road

Clubhouse Uncoverd Parking

Residents Underground Parking Entrance Residents Drop-off

Clubhouse Drop-off

Commercial Underground Parking Entrance Commercial Drop-off

Residential Gate Entrance

Pedestrian Circulation

住宅区主要人行流线

14. Kid’sMain Playground 15. Roof Garden Residential Circulation 河岸公园出入口

Landscape Concept Waterfront Residents Entrance 1. The landscape design should be in空中连廊 harmony with architectural Residential Overpass style, its design is mainly in the modern style, modern simplicity 商业步行街 Commercial Street layout combined with modern style waterscape walls.

B

商业内部流线 Internal Commercial Circulation

2. The landscape combined with art, 住宅出入口 the using of Sculptures, Residential entrance waterscape walls enriches the landscape. 会所出入口 Club House entrance

3. Make full use of the site topography to create more space for 商业出入口 Commercial entrance leisure activities, enriches the façade of landscape. 住宅区域商业出入口 Residents Entry/Exit

4. Bring the Landscape design back 住宅区出入口 to nature by combined the Residential Gate Entrance modern commercial plaza with natural river landscape 商业广场 Commercial Plaza

5. Humanistic landscape design, Combination of 垂直绿化 multi-level space, Bring convenience Vertical for theGardens different population 商业下沉广场 Sunken Plaza

6. Natural ecological landscape design, Multi-level greening, 公交站点 Bus station water platform and event venues enriches people’s life space.

Main Residential Circulation Clubhouse Entrance

Waterfront Residents Entrance Commercial Entrance

Residential Entry/Exit

Residential Overpass Residential Gate Entrance

Commercial Street Commercial Plaza

Internal Commercial Circulation Vertical Gardens

Sunken Plaza

Residential Entrance Bus Station

B


A - Building 1 - 150 m

Level 3-5

3300

3300

3300

• • • • Bedroom

3285

• •• • • • • • • • • •

• •• • • • • • • • • •

• •• • • • • •

• • • • • • Restroom

3200

• • • • Kitchen

Community Center 社区中心

• • • • • • Laundary

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • Dinning Area

4100

16400

• • • • • • Elevator Lobby

• • • • Dinning Area

• • • • Kitchen

• • • • Kitchen

20000

A1 - Residential Units - Ground > 50 floor Management - Ground floor

12400

• •• • • • • •

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Balcony

• • • • Dinning Area

A2 - Community Center - Ground > 2nd floor Club House - 3nd > 5th floor Residential Units - 6th > 50 floor

1600

• • • • Living Room

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • Living Room

3215

E

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • Living Room

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Balcony

• • • • Balcony

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Balcony

• • • • Bedroom

1000

3300

2800

4200

7700

B - Building 2 - 120 m

3300

4300

7000

C1

39600

7600

A1

A1 5m

3300

3300

12400

3600

3300

10400

• • •• • • • • • • B1 Balcony

• • • • • • Pool • •• • • • • •

• • • • Bedroom

3700

• •• • • • • •

• •• • • • • • • • • •

• •• • • • • • • • • •

• • • • Bedroom

1800

40m

16400

4100

• • • • Dinning Area

• • • • • • Restroom • • • • Garden

• • •• • • • • • • B1 Balcony

• • • • Dinning Area

• • • • Dinning Area

3215

• • • • • • Walk-in Closet

• • • • Living Room

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Living Room

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Bedroom

B

• • •• • • • • • • B2 Balcony

3300

2800

3750

3750

4300

5100

C2 5m

3600

2700

1800

• • •• • • • • • • B3 Balcony

2400

3500

3700

3900

5100

14000

7600

B1

B2

B3

10m

20m

40m

F 3300

3300

12399

3300

3000

2946

3600

2400

3300

10400

3300

• •• • • • • •

4800

• •• • • • • • • • • •

SPA

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Bedroom • •• • • • • • • • • •

• •• • • • • • • • • •

• • • • Bedroom

• •• • • • • •

SPA

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • • • Restroom

• •• • • • • •

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • • • Elevator Lobby

• • • • • • Elevator Lobby • • • • Kitchen

• • • • Study Room

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • • • Family Room

• • • • Dinning Area

• • • • • • Family Room

• • • • Study Room

• • • • • • Walk-in Closet

• • • • Kitchen

• • • • Kitchen

• • • • Balcony

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • Living Room

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Kitchen

• • • • • • Walk-in Closet • • • • Bedroom

• • • • Dinning Area

• • • • Kitchen

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • • • Walk-in Clo.

• • • • Dinning Area

• • • • Living Room

Balcony

• • • • Bedroom

Commercial Functions

3300

3000

3700

3600

4300

3300

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • Balcony

3000

2946

3600

• • • • Dinning Area

• • • • Living Room

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • Bedroom • • • • Balcony

4400

• • • • • • Walk-in Clo.

• • • • Living Room

• • • • Living Room

• • • • Balcony

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Bedroom

5700

3300

• • • • Dinning Area

16400

• • • • • • Laundary

4100

15400

3700

4800

• •• • • • • •

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Balcony

3300

• •• • • • • • • • • •

• • • • Balcony

3300

3300

3400

Level 45-50

• • • • Balcony

• • • • Balcony

3400

3400

1800

1600

G - Suggested Waterfront Promenade & Gardens

• • • • Balcony

1800

5700

4600 4600

C3

C1

Destination Dining

Daily Retail

Sport Center / Beauty Salon / Health Center

D3

City Shop Supermarket

Children Kingdom

School

E1

5m

Level 6

4100

3000

10m

3600

20m

10400

2100

• • • • • • Restroom

40m

3600

• •• • • • • •

3000

4100

• •• • • • • • • • • •

• •• • • • • • • • • •

• • • • Bedroom

E2

• •• • • • • •

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • Bedroom

2100

Anchor Shop

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • • • Pool

4400

A2

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Study Room

• • • • Living Room

• • • • Balcony

1000

1600

• • • • Balcony

C1

A1

• • •• • • • • • • B3 Balcony

• • • • Living Room

• • •• • • • • • • C2 Balcony • • • • Dinning Area

15900

• • • • Dinning Area

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • Bedroom

F - Drop off / Entry Plaza

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • Living Room

• • • • Kitchen

1800

• • • • Kitchen

• • • • Kitchen

• • • • Garden

• • • • • • Restroom

1800

• • • • Kitchen

F

E - Commercial Street

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Bedroom • • • • • • Elevator Lobby

• • • • Kitchen

D - Commercial Entry Plaza

Casual Food & Beverage

• • •• • • • • • • B3 Balcony

• •• • • • • •

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • • • Elevator Lobby

• • • • • • Laundary

F

2700

• •• • • • • • • • • •

• •• • • • • • • • • •

• • • • Bedroom

• •• • • • • •

1200

3300

Retail - -1 > 3rd floor Residents Roof Terrace - Roof top

3300

• • • • Balcony

3200

C - Commercial Hub

Level 11-13 / 18-20 / 25-27 32-34 / 39-41

20m

1800

G

10m

1800

C

3285

Elderly Center - Ground > 2nd floor Club House - 3rd> 5th floor Residential Units - 6th > 39 floor

1800

4400

3600

D

3200

• • • • Bedroom

1600 • • • • Kitchen

11800

• • • • Kitchen

2100

2100

1600

• • • • • • Elevator Lobby

3000

1800

• • • • • • Restroom

4900

• • • • • • Restroom

2100

2400 • • • • Bedroom

• • • • Living Room

• • • • Bedroom

2100

4900

1800

3000

15900

15900

D4

D4

4100

Trainings Centre 5m

Level 36-39

3300

Second Floor

3300

2700

2900

3900

• • • • Bedroom

3300

2900

• •• • • • • •

• • • • • • Restroom

20m

10400

• • • • Balcony • • • • Bedroom

10m

3300

2700

• • • • Balcony

• •• • • • • • • • • •

• •• • • • • • • • • •

• • • • Bedroom

• •• • • • • •

• • • • Study Room

40m

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • • • Restroom

3900

Kids kingdom

• • • • • • Restroom • • • • Bedroom

4100

• • • • Study Room

• • • • Kitchen

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • Kitchen

• • • • Dinning Area

3300

• • • • Kitchen

3300

2100

Night Life

• • • • Dinning Area

• • • • • • Restroom

• • • • • • Restroom

2100

• • • • • • Elevator Lobby

15900

Destination Dinning

• • • • • • Restroom

3600

2400

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Living Room

3600

Third Floor

• • • • Dinning Area

• • • • Dinning Area

• • • • • • Restroom • • • • • • Walk-in Closet

• • • • Bedroom • • • • Balcony

3600

Hotel Serviced Pattern Ground Floor

户型类别Apartmet 卧室数量Number Type of Bedrooms

Daily Retail

Basement Floor

Supermarket & Winery

Apartment Type

No. Of Bedroom

A B C D E

1 2+1 3 3+1 4+1

Anchor Shop

总数

Total

• • • • Living Room

3300

5300

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Study Room

3600

5200

3600

• • • • Bedroom

• • • • Bedroom • • • • Balcony

3300

3300

3600

6900

21000

6900

D1

D2

D1

户型面积 Size

Size

80 - 100 sqm 120 - 144 sqm 150 - 160 sqm 180 - 200 sqm 200 > sqm

一号楼户数 Number of units Building 1 5m

10m

5100

• • • • • • Walk-in Closet

• • • • Living Room

20m

1500

5100

• • • • Dinning Area • • • • • • Walk-in Closet • • • • Living Room

1500

floor

Residential Towers Typical Floor Plan

1600

r

Character Districts

总户数 Total 二号楼户数 Number of units Number of Building 2 units 40m

No. Of Units Building 1 No. Of Units Building 2

Total No. Of Units

百分比 Percentage

Precentage

52 102 132 6 12

0 26 26 47 0

52 128 158 53 12

13% 32% 39% 13% 3%

304

99

403

100%


Residential Towers - View from South - East

Roof Garden - View from South - East

Entry Plaza - View from North

Bird’s eye view - from East - North

Residential Towers & Commercial Center - View from West

Club House - View from East


Qionglai Area Master Plan - Chengdu

THE VISION Cultural Heritage Destination - Ecological Experience Raising Awareness of the Local Culture Preserving the Historical areas & Respecting Nature The “Qiong Kiln Cultural New Town” Master Plan for Chengdu city is designed to capture the unique character of the place, to reveal the long and meaningful history of the area. “Qiong Kiln Cultural New Town” combine together Residential, Tourism, Green spaces & Waterfront and Lifestyle facilities, all connected by cultural heritage activities. The project uses the natural environment (Mountian, Plain, Water & Forest) to create a sustainable and healthy surrounding for the residents & visitors.


Key Issue

Regional Analysis

Value

Experience

Can the historical cultural elements be the engine for the project? What values can this historical area offer the visitors & residents?

Experience

How important is the knowledge to the project concept? How will users experience the site?

Value

Identity

Which unique elements will make the project outstanding?

Identity

Operation

Operation

How to make the project sustainable? How do we protect the Archeological treasure?

Concept Plan

Distance Information:

"Creation of a Historic Core that is connected to the people and protected by all the natural system that surround it."

Qionglai - Chengdu 60km Qionglai - Shifangtang 2.5km Qionglai - Walong 9km Qionglai - Pingle 15km Pingle - Walong 8km

The Historical Core is protected and surrounded by nature on all sides

people meet at junction where history meets nature and movement The river brings movement to the site & bringing culture to the city

Cultural Venue

Main Historical & Cultural Elements The Southern Silk Road

Shifangtang Qiong Kiln Site

The green spine connect the core into the greater landscape

Winelands

Tea Culture

Wenjun Jin

Temple Culture

Schematic Concept New Urban Connection

Tourism Gateway

Cultural Gateway

Local Journey Throught Recent History/ Culture of Industry

Western Gateway into City

Mountain

Day Trip Activity

Easy Access Tourism/Mixed Use

4 Main Components Plain

Waterfront

Historical Destination

Forest

Residential & Hospitality within Beautiful natural Connects the project circulation & the Long waterfront extends along the river, gives Spread from the river to the plain, a unique open scenery overlooking the site. components, remains primarily as an agriculture added value for the Historical Village, Residen- space that stabilizes the area and promotes the area. tial, educational & cultural venues. long term growth of the diverse eco-system.

Youthful Waterfront Art & Health The knowledge Gateway the Future

Hospitality Perched above in Highland Forest Along the silk road

Journey Into time - A silk road from the mountains and across the plains Controls Locally to City

Service Hub Provides Village Core to Residential Community Service Hub Allows for Expansion

Service Hub Community Builder


1 -"Southern Silk Road" Journey

Master Plan Legend:

2

30 1 31

4

32

3

11

8 29 10

5

9

1

1. Retail / Mixed Use 2. Museum 3. Residential Community near the river / Townhouse 4. Residential Community near the river / Villas 5. High rise Residential 6. Mountain Spa 7. Bungalows 8. Main landscape lake 9. Lake near the Hotel 10. Archeological treasure 11. Pedestrian Promenade 12. Exhibition Center 13. Entrance for the historical place 14. Cultural Plaza 15. Artist Village 16. Residential Villas 17. High Rise Residential

7

12

14

2

33

6

3

13 34

15

18

18. Residential Villas on the plateau 19. Residential Medium Rise on the plateau 20. Residential High Rise on the plateau 21. Residential Villas 22. Residential Town House 23. Pedestrian Promenade 24. Residential High Rise 25. Residential Medium Rise 26. Waterfront Campus 27. Qionglai Service Hub 28. South Entrance 29. Silk Road Boulevard 30. Gateway plaza 31. Commercial Waterfront 32. Pebble Beach 33. Fisherman’s Pier 34. Campus Beach

17

21 23

16 22

19 26

20

4

25 24 27

28

1. Sichuan Gateway

The Journey While Exploring The Site

At The Cultural & Lifestyle Destination

Find Serenity & Peace As You

Cultural & Historical Venues

Your Family & Friends While You Enjoy The Shared Knowledge Of Qionglai History

In The Diverse And Vibrant Landscape

Discover

Entertain

Live

6

2. The Silk Industry Commercial Area Commercial Boulevard, Tourist Atrractions, Trade & Exchange Areas, F&B, Art & Craft Center, Silk Cocoon Theme Park, Exhibition Hall, Waterfront Promenade. 3. Traders Plaza

7

4. The Mansion House Of Trader 5. Chengdu Valley & Mountians 6. The Pavilion Of The Han Dynasty 5 Stars Hotel, Spa & Health facilities, Hotel main building, Hotel Villa's, Rooftop Viewing point, Nature Valley Path - Riding route between the two hiils while crossing the valley seasonal stream. one option from many in the site to Experience the old way of traveling. 7. "Camellia sinensis Pavilion" Tells the story of the Tea History & culture from the start at Yunnan Province in China till today. Situated at the Agriculture Area that is Destined for the Tea Cultural farm 8. South part of the Historical Destination 9. Archeological Exhibition Center Situated above Kiln Pocket No.1, the center protect the historical treasure and gives the visitors the opportunity to view the site from above. The Center is connected to the paths going through the Archeological Qiong Klin Site.

8

9

5


2 - “Northen Silk Road" Journey

3 -"Knowledge & Culture Road" Journey

1

1

2

2

3

3

1. Sichuan Gateway 2. Cultural boulevard start point of the "The Silk Road Travellers Promenade walk of Fame" 1. Han Gaozu (256-195 bc) - founder and first emperor of the Han Dynasty 2. Zhang Qian (200-114 bc) - Explorer Central Asia 3. Sima Qian (145-86 bc) - Chinese Historian 4. Faxian (Fa hsien) (337-424) - Chinese Buddhist Monk & Silk road Traveler 5. Li Yuan (566-635) - founder and first emperor of the Tang Dynasty 6. Xuanzang (596-664) - Chinese Buddhist Monk 7. Li Bai (701-762) - Chinese Poet 8. Hongwu (1328-1398) - founder and first emperor of the Ming Dynasty 9. Wang Yuanlu (1849-1931) - Taoist priest and abbot of the Mogao Caves at Dunhuang 3. "Spice Farm" - empowering the Cuisine culture 4.The Qiong Cultural Heritage Center Theater, Meeting center & 8 wings Museum: 1. Chinese dynasty along the silk road timeline 2. Costume hall 3. China's great invantions 4. the spreading of Buddhist religios 5. Craft & Art Exhibit 6. Northen Nomads Stirrup hall 7. Trade Routes Exhibit 8. Wenjun Jin Life Story Presents the long history of Qiong Kiln Culture & the silk road

1. Chengdu Gateway 2. "Waterfront Campus" "The Knowledge Center", Mediatheque, Conference Center, Students Residence, Library, Recreation Lake, R&D, Historians Plaza Mission Statement: Inspired by the historical Silk Road and it's cultural traditions, the Waterfront Campus is to become a global destination for the learning and innovation of the local traditional arts of Qionglai. Our vision is to elevate the status of the local craft and support it with a business and economics of arts program in China.

4

5

6

3. Winelands Commercial Area New Wine Industry, Commercial Facilities, The Founders Hospitality, F&B, Wine Culture Museum, Entertainment Facilities, Water Lake Activities, Open Sport Fields.

5

4. Explorers square 7

5. "The Water Towers" A tipical functional water tower element that still exist in the site, re-using the old ones & adding new ones and turning them to a lightning element & Information points throughout the Journey.

5. Fishing Activities Pick The South River has another name - "Memory Corridor" and it is based on the Lifestyle of the Ancient Fishermens & Timberjacks. The Waterfront includes activities on the river (from beach-goers sunbathing to fisherman and farmers on the banks of the river).

8. Archeological Exhibition Center

6. Artist Village Kiln Pocket no.17 is located In the center of the Village. surrounding it is "The Traders Market". we move back in time into the rural village marketplace where hand work was the craft and the resource. Another feature in the village is the "Silkworm Childrens Farm" - great way for understanding the history of Chihshang’s silkworm industry, walking through the Village and we can see open studios & gallerys.

9. The Cultural Junction The South point of the Shifangtang Historical area.

7. The Cultural Junction the South point of the Shifangtang Historical area.

6. "Water Well Drilling" Historical Exhibit 7. The North entrance & starting point of the Historical Archeological site The biggest & most important Kiln site from the Qiong Kiln Culture, goes back more then 800 years, Containing 17 separeted Pockets. site area - 111,300 sqm.

4

8 9

6

7


Cultural Plan

Pedestrian Network

0 25 10

250 50

0 25 500

Water System

10

250 50

500

Land use Plan 7 Tourism Mixed Use Commercial

6 Water Recreation HD1 High Density Residential 9 Hospitality

2 Culture LD1 Low Density Waterfront Residential

5 Agricultural Recreation Tourism HD2 High Density Residential

MD1 Low/Med Residential

0 25 10

250 50

Eco Waterfront

Waterway Recreation Waterfront

1 Archeological Tourism Park

LD3 Low Dens Residential

Public Park

3 Artist Village LD2 Low Density Beach Front Residential

HD3 Med Density High Residential Density Residential

4 Education 8 Serivce Mixed Use 0 25

500

10

250 50

500


View North-West towards the Exhibition center

3D Forest paths

Elevated Path Exhibition Center Villas Old Buildings Water Towers Green Path Waterfront Kiln Pocket Green Landscape Water

View South-West towards the Cultural Heritage Center

Night Bird view looking South

Bird view looking North

Water tower element

View on the Silk Industry Commercial Area


Zizhu International Education Center - Shanghai

THE VISION Cultural Harbor, Academic Highlands Attracting the best from around the world in one location: the highest in education and culture; ideas, talent, and research for the future. This exchange and distribution is the meaning of the Harbor. Leading disciplines from the top universities to ensure diverse development, cross-border cooperation, and the creation of center that stands for academic achievements - Zizhu International Education Centre – becoming a National and global leader for innovation, ideas, and leaders for the future. This Diversity of knowledge at the highest standards is the meaning of the Highlands. “Education campus” breathes day and night with education, lifestyle, landscapes and water


Surrounding Analysis

Conceptual Planning C.O.S Centrally organized structure

Shanghai Jiaotong University East China Normal University

Aircraft Engine R&D Center Highway

River has impact on both side Stop

Primary Road

nce

ntra ary E

nd

Seco

Planned Subway Water cross campus to from uniform landscape character

Bus

ce

ntran

ary E

nd Seco

Axis from main entrance and build central landscape

Stop

Connected main road

M.O.S Modular organizing structure

Institutes of Emerging Industry

Planned Metro Line 15 Station provide transit communication for this area

Bus

S.O.S Self organizing structure

Water Bus Station Entrance Planned Boundary

Bus Stop

Same water system cross through the site and campus

Main Entrance

Main Entrance

Academic Highland Concept Preliminary Design Development

E-Harbor

Option 1 - C.O.S

Harbor

ZiZhu International Education Center

Option 2 - S.O.S

Option 4 - M.O.S

Option 3 - C.O.C / S.O.S

Exchange

Education Centre

Water

Ecological Environment Engine for City

Development

Efficient connection worldwide

Base/Station

2012.08.17

2012.08.17

2012.08.17

2012.08.17

2012.08.27

2012.08.27

2012.08.27

2012.08.27

2012.09.03

2012.09.03

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2012.09.03

Highlans Elevated public space Connects people

Multi-Level Social Spaces open up Communication

A leisure & healthy lifestyle Connects Nature on every level

Active Spaces on multi levels Option 1

2012.09.25

Option 2

2012.09.25

Option 1

2012.10.08

Option 2

2012.10.08


Program and Zone Area Chart

Structural Layering Upper Network With Ramps Connected the campus with elevated pedestrian network to create a multi-layered integrated circulation system.

Legend Upper Layer: Elevated Pedestrian Ground Layer: Waterfront Campus Semi-Basement: Parking and Equipment

Ground Access Ground network which is at grade provides intercity and campus shuttle hubs. Semi-basement Multi-layered circulation provide semi-basements which can be used properly as parking and equipment space.

Master Plan Zizhu international education center program 紫竹国际教育中心 Technical index (m²) 技术指标 Site area 基地面积 G.F.A 建筑基地面积 F.A.R 容积率 Foot print 占地面积 Cover precentage 覆盖率 Average stories 平均层数

35 36

34 33 31

32

1 30

Legend: 37

01. Mounded Forest Plaza 02. Lover’s Nest 03. Forest Bridge 04. Student Bookstore Plaza 05. Western Gateway Bridge 06. Knowledge Centre 07. Flying Bridge 08. Philosopher’s Rock 09. Campus Beach 10. Campus Clock Tower 11. Great Amphitheater 12. Sculpture Park 13. The Arboretum Plazas 14. Urban Elevated Agriculture 15. South Lake 16. Heart House 17. Action Plaza & Pool 18. Social Hub 19. Sunken Great Lawn 20. University Parkway 21. F+B Promenade 22. Hospitality Centre 1 & 2 23. Cultural Centre 24. Dean’s Residence 25. Canal Promenade 26. Spiral Plaza 27. Student Transit Hub 28. Lifestyle Boulevard 29. Lifestyle Plaza 30. Student Square and Tower 31. The Great Mall 32. R&D Terrace 33. Waterfall Plaza 34. The Grande Terrace and Field 35. Sports Field 36. North Mountain Forest 37. Sports Park Central 38. Student Junction

28

2

27

26

29 38

3

25 24

4

22

5

6

Program (m²) 项目 Education 教育 Life style 休闲 Living facilities 生活设施 Public facilities 公共设施 Athletics 运动 Underground 地下面积 Landscape 景观 Open space 开放空间 Water Area 水域面积 Road 道路 Parking 停车

Lot 1 地块一

Lot 2 地块二

Lot 3 地块三

Lot 4 地块四

Lot 5 地块五

Lot 6 地块六

Lot 7 地块七

Phase 1 一期

Phase 2-4 2-4期

Total 总数

Built area % 建筑面积%

Site area % 基地面积%

53,102

50,344

25,776

37,647

60,834

33,587

67,120

113,767

214,643

328,410

0

100%

47,000

51,500

51,500

75,000

76,900

35,200

68,130

178,000

227,230

405,230

100%

0

0.89

1.02

1.99

1.99

1.26

1.05

1.02

1.56

1.06

1.23

0

0

12,890

14,804

9,761

14,800

17,841

10,530

19,120

39,365

60,381

99,746

0

0

24.3%

29.4%

37.9%

39.3%

29.3%

31.4%

28.5%

34.6%

28.1%

30.4%

0

0

2.9

2.9

4.8

5.8

3.0

2.8

3.0

4.3

2.9

3.5

0

0

Lot 1 地块一 31,000 5,000

Lot 2 地块二 29,000 12,000

Lot 3 地块三 10,000 23,000

Lot 4 地块四 4,500 16,000

Lot 5 地块五 45,360 14,000

Lot 6 地块六 22,600 1,500

Lot 7 地块七 48,330 4,000

Phase 1 一期 43,500 51,000

Phase 2-4 2-4期 147,290 24,500

Total 总数 190,790 75,500

Built area % 建筑面积% 47% 19%

Site area % 基地面积%

0

0

18000

46,000

6000

3,000

3,000

64,000

12,000

76,000

19%

8,000

7,000

500

2,500

7,040

6,600

7,800

10,000

29,440

39,440

10%

3,000

3,500

0

6000

4,500

1,500

3,000

9,500

12,000

21,500

5%

4,000

11,000

8,500

21,000

13,000

5,500

14,000

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it is a campus environment that activates and supports diverse and active lifestyles. In addition to the education facilities, students, residents and visitors can meet, exercise, shop, relax, recharge, entertain and enjoy nature


Schematic Design

Building Heights

7 Parcel l7 arce 2 七P 地块 7,120m 积 - 6 基地面 2 .A G.F ,130 m .02) - 68 积率 -1 .R.容 (F.A

l6 arce 2 六P 地块 3,587 m 积 - 3 基地面 2 .A G.F ,200 m .05) - 35 积率 -1 .R.容 (F.A

l5 arce 2 五P 地块 ,834 m 积 - 60 基地面 2 .A G.F ,900 m .26) - 76 积率 -1 .R.容 (F.A

l3 rce Pa 三 6 m2 地块25,77 地面积 基 m2 9) .A G.F 1,500 率 -1.9 -5 积 .R.容 (F.A

l4 rce Pa 2 四 7m 积 地块37,64 地面 基 m2 9) .A .9 G.F 5,000 率 -1 积 -7 .R.容 (F.A

The “Education campus” Master Plan for Zizhu international education center is designed to capture the unique character of campus living in the edge of such a great city – Shanghai. Legend 5– 10m 10 – 30m 30 – 50m 50 – 70m 70 – 100m 100 - 120m

l2 arce 二P 2 地块 0,344m 积 面 -5 基地 2 .A G.F ,500 m .02) - 51 积率 -1 .R.容 (F.A

l1 arce 一P 2 地块 ,102 m 面积 - 53 基地 2 .A m .F G .89) ,000 - 47 积率 -0 .R.容 (F.A

Skyline - North-South Section

Spatial Structure Schematic

Spatial Structure Zones Skyline - East-West Section

Phase 1 Legend Water Oriented Body Enclosed Private Space Connected Open Space Waterfront Oriented Street Scape Oriented Urban Service Oriented

Plazas

Pedestrian Network

Legend Lifestyle Boulevard Pedestrian Waterfront Walkway

Legend Main Plazas Elevated Plazas Waterfront Promenade Waterfront Plazas

Entry point

Legend Main Pedestrian Secondary Pedestrian Main Elevated Pathways Secondary Elevated Pathways Main Pedestrian Plazas Handicap Ramps

Spatial Sequence Getting inside the Campus through the Lifestyle Boulevard, on the way there’s many pedestrian entry to the Mixed-use Zone, while moving South from the Lifestyle Boulevard the Central Core reveals, The pedestrian waterfront walkway goes North/South and connects the two parts of Phase 1


Bird view over Campus looking North

View South over the Grand Plaza to the Campus clock tower and beach

Looking East along the lifestyle canal from the Grand Canal

Bird view over Campus looking East

View North from the sculpture park to the knowledge centre

Looking West along lifestyle boulevard

View SouthWest over the upper lawn to the Campus clock tower


Weihai Double Island Bay Area Development Strategic Plan

THE VISION "Harmonious Double Island,Wisdom Bay" Double Island Bay is in hopes to adopt a comprehensive strategy that builds upon the international identity of the city. In order to establish a “complete community”, Double Island Bay’s project should maximize the physiology, hydrology and ecology of its context. Weihai City and Double Island Bay interacts with the intersection between the mountain in the south and Yellow Sea in the north. The project aims to create an urban context linking together the different areas surrounding the site, adding qualities and activities to the place which will betnefit residents.


Site Analysis - Location

Market Study Beijing 1 hour drive circle (50 km)

Bo Sea

4.5 hour 5.5 hour drive circle drive circle (225 km) (275 km)

Weihai

Jinan

Hong Kong

Vancouver

Barcelona

Dalian

Montreal

Rotterdam

Antwerp

Seoul

Yantai

Weihai

Site 45.5km² Dalian

Tianjin

Korea

Weifang Qingdao

Yellow Sea

Bussan

Rizhao

Shanghai

In view of economy and industry, Qingdao will influence its surrounding cities to build up a metropolitan economic arc. In the course of development, city belts will be built with the help of the integrated traffic system. This belt encompasses Weihai and strengthens geographic relationships with surrounding cities.

Weihai is located in the Shandong Peninsula. The City of Weihai is surrounded by mountains and ocean. Historically, Weihai is known to be the gateway to Beijing and Tianjin. Geographically, Double Island Bay is located north of Weihai, north of new Yanwei road. Weihai has sub-temperate continental monsoon climate. During the changing seasons, monsoons occur frequently, but on average, Weihai’s temperature has minimal fluctuations and the average annual temperature is around 12°C.

Waterfront Scaled Comparison: Like many world class cities, water bodies play an important role in the character of the city; some on the coast and some between rivers. Water bodies attract people, thus water bodies are usually taken advantage to generate movement and destinations. This is a study of other famous waterfronts. They are translated into vector form to illustrate the complexities of waterfront infrastructure. Double Island Bay’s coastal lining is distinct and developments will maximize the city’s water locale.

Transportation Plan (Regional) 威海 Weihai

Double Island Bay

Dalian, China

Double Island Bay Site Area: 45 km2 张村镇 Zhangcun town

通往烟台 Connect to Yantai 铁路,通往烟台 Railway .Connect to Yantai

通往烟台 Connect to Yantai

初村镇 Chucun town

Toronto, Canada

威海火车站 Weihai Railway Station 通往荣成 Connect to Rongcheng

Hong Kong, SAR

Land Area 33km2

桥头镇 Qiaotou town

通往烟台 Connect to Yantai

Water Area 12km2

苘山镇 Qiongshan town

London Canary Wharf, UK

通往文登 Connect to Wendeng 通往文登 Connect to Wendeng

通往荣成 Connect to Rongcheng

Sydney, Australia

Chicago, USA


7 Characteristics to Identity

Concept Structure - "Forming Islands"

Schematic Design

This are the 7 key charachteristics that are essential to building these vibrant cities

Continental Islands form through seperation from the main land – Distinct societies

OPTION 1

Islands form through the power of flowing streams – related ecosystems

Forming Islands

WATERFRONT

WATER ACTIVITIES

BEACHES

OPEN SPACE

ARCHITECTURE

DENSITY

DIVERSITY

Bringing Ideas Together Connection

Identity of Place VANCOUVER

HONG KONG

BARCELONA

DALIAN

OPTION 2 Forming Islands

OPEN SPACE

DENSITY

WATERFRONT

DIVERSITY

Landscape

OPTION 2 Piers & Channels

Piers are craeted to form new relationships with old conditions

Water

Piers are formed through the forces generated by physical mass

OPTION1

Channels are created through the displacement of land

Piers & Channels

Vancouver is known for the lifestyle People of Barcelona have taken adHong Kong is a small mountainous and culture that involves the vantage of the coastal locale to form a island and its housing strategy is coexistence of built form and nature mainly through densification. Density lifestyle that emphasizes the idea that - Stanley Park largely represents this within the city pays special attention in relaxation and economic expedition ideal. Stanley Park, one of Canada’s go hand in hand. Its waterfront is a harmonizing with the landscape. natural historic park borders cultural celebration of its free spirited Vancouver’s densely populated way of life. downtown.

While improving the strength of Dalian’s port and its global competitiveness, the municipal government also targeted tourism as a key strategy to stimulate fast growth, aiming at developing Dalian into an important tourist-distribution centre for visitors from both home and abroad.

What makes a good city? There is no single urban methodology that proves to produce a successful city. A prerequisite of a good city can be mixed-use neighbourhoods, density and walkable streets. Trying to examine the qualities which a good city has to offer by this 7 dominating characteristics. To prove this basic formula, we applied these seven characteristics on four international cities as case studies: Hong Kong (China SAR), Vancouver (Canada), Barcelona (Spain) and Dalian (China PRC). In result of this precedent analysis, this systematic approach will help Double Island Bay’s project reflect the essence of a successful urban centre.

5 Planning Principles 1

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Livable Coastal Community

Incubator for Diversity

Context & Connection of Place

City Living & Nature

Spark Innovation & Anticipate Change

Eco-Beaches

Nature Conservation

Renewable Energy Sources

Eco-Education

Visual Links System

Waste Management & Recycling

Architecture

Zero-Energy Residential Units

Interconnecting Waterfront

Valuable Public Spaces & Landscape

Water Treatment Facilities

Innovative Business

Eco-Sports

Nature Research Centre


Master Plan 01. NE residential 02. North point hotel/hospitality park 03. Boat builders centre 04. Sailors and water sport marina and training facilities 05. Urban sport beach 06. Habitat park 07. Exclusive 5 star resorts-private beaches 08. High-rise residential 09. North side food and entertainment market 10. North side residential 11. Oceanside park 12. Oceanside theme village entertainment 13. Wetland park and eco-resort 14. Oceanside marina and break water park 15. High-rise residential 16. Resort waterfront 17. Shift interchange for better oceanfront connection 18. Continuous ocean promenade 19. Long beach 20. Oceanside mountain community 21. Oceanside public school 22. Luxury high-rise residential 23. Boardwalk pier 24. 150 boat private marina 25. Double island pedestrian gateway bridge 26. Tidal park 27. Re-establish double island 28. Re-establish double island 29. Marina & geologic museum 30. Retail+ entertainment village 31. Beachfront restaurant 32. 1km pier 33. Public island park 34. 5 star island hotel & marina 35. 3+4 star beach hotels 36. Sport and recreation beach 37. Oceanic studies campus 38. Expanded interchange 39. 5 star family resort 40. Demonstration agriculture 41. Wetland habitat culture centre 42. Bird Institute and Park 43. Aqua-agriculture museum institute 44. Existing campus 45. Campus island 46. Campus city residential 47. Eco-residential 48. Isle royal 49. Bay front core 50. Qiet bay 51. Children’s healing institute 52. University village 53. University village 54. Healthcare research& design campus 55. Co-op residential 56. Soho mix residential 57. Soho mix residential 58.Health canal and bay 59. R&D long-term care

TOD - Public Transport

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Legend 60. Small scale tech park 61. Innovators technology park 62. South-west island gateway canal and marina 63. Mountain slope residential 64. South mountain park 65. Hidden valley residential 66. Eco-sport villas 67. Recreation club house and park 68. Bio stream 69. Eco-sport hotel 70. Eco-sport circuit and park 71. M.I.C.E 72. Sustainable outlet village and waterfront 73. Upper school 74. Eco-river residential 75. Fish bay 76. Retail & commercial waterfront village 77. Mixed-use waterfront 78. Sculpture museum 79. Contemporary art 80. Big box retail 81. Logistics centre 82. Retail village gateway 83. East bay 84. Commercial gateway 85. Canal med residential 86. Overpass into south side soho commercial 87. Government 88. Lower school 89. Residential waterfront 90. Main street 91. Designer’s village 92. CBD gateway and canal 93. Waterfront centre 94. South point entertainment and culture 95. Mixed-use south shore 96. Central park with residential park side 97. Peninsular park and opera house 98. Greenway park corridors 99. Mixed residential waterfront 100. Park city bay with marinas on island and mainland 200 boat + capacity 101. Star island hospitality zone 102. Continuous waterfront promenade 103. Super high-rise CBD IFC centre 104. Green corridor connects to market marina 105. Multi-modal hub 106. Southside general hospital 107. Park city gateway bridges 108. Island park 109. City park recreation 110. Look out point 111. High-rise residential on mountain slope 112. Mountain forest park 113. Direct route from ring road into CBD 114. Tidal flats and wetland reserve park 115. Eco-forest park 116. Multi-generation care community 117. Corporate park

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Pedestrian Network Pedestrian Boardwalk Ocean

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Urban Tram (Street car) Water Shuttle and Docking High Speed Train Intercity Bus Tourism /Ocean front Tram Multi-Modal Hub Transit/Transportation Technology Park Marine Transit Hub

Urban sport beach Habitat park

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Functional Layout

Water Controls

Bay CBD - Park City

Open Space

Ocean and Tidal Zone M.High Tide --49.4cm M.low Tide --43.4cm

Landscape - Surrounded and set on the mountain slope Park City embodies the idea of Urban Living in Nature Water - An urban bay waterfront that connects the Island to the core – bustling contemporary waterfront Transportation - Efficient and multi-mode transit dashes across bridges and through the core for easy access Built-Form - Super High-rise tower is seen in all directions as an iconic symbol of Youthful Growth and Energy

Boardwalk Network Open Space Marinas Buffer Forest

Bay Water Level High Water--70 cm Low Water--50 cm Island Elevation Minimum 100cm Constructable LandMinimum 225cm Marina Depth Min.-500cm

Wisdom Bay - The Intelligence Triangle Landscape - Large boulevards and an extensive Urban Forest sets the stage for Botanical Campus Landscape Water - Piers and slips create a dynamic urban form that brings urban living and activity to the water-edge Transportation - BRT services cater to a young and environmentally minded professional and student community Built-Form - Adds movement to the flat landscape - building layouts direct views into the landscape and across the water bodies.

Tidal (Eco) Depositiona Pool Area-300cm

Dynamic Coast Bay CBD

Sustainable Eco-Village - Eco-Mountain Village Landscape - Tree-lines canals and streetscapes connect a diverse residential and mixed-use community Water - small scale waterways to give easy access to the water for all residents Transportation – Public transit connects Health and Education facilities on land and water Built-Form - Low to med density form and a lower FAR provides for more open space per resident.

Managed Forest

High Tide Weir Elev. 50cm

Agricultural Park

Tidal Depositiona Pool Area-200cm

Recreation Mountain Forest

High Tide Weir Elev. 50cm Fresh Water Weir Elev. 0.00cm

Eco-Island Park

Fresh Water Weir Elev. 0.00cm Gateway Weir(Rubber Weir) --Adsustable 0.00-200cm --Gateway Boat Lock

Peninsula Park

Deep Water Areas-200cm

Wisdom Bay

Deep Water Zone

Dynamic Coast - Oceanside Landscape - A Managed Forest and Beachfront Landscape - natural systems are integrated into all developments Water - Water-sport and Tourism based beach activity - Sailing venues and marinas are of world class calibre Transportation - new interchanges provide easy access to the ocean front while the burying of the east-west highway provides unobstructed access to the Ocean from the Bay for all. Built-Form - Shimmering and reflective to create a clean contemporary Oceanfront image for the city.

Boat Channel Depth Dredged to-450cm

Sustainable Eco-Village

Fresh Water Weir Elev. 0.00cm

Fresh Water Weir Elev. 0.00cm Sedimentation Areas-300cm Dredged

South Forest Park Eco-sports


5 Star Island Pier

Looking East Into CBD Island Central Park OFFICE 132,000 m2 RETAIL 80,000 m2

APARTMENT 37,000 m2

ENTERTAINMENT 6,000 m2

Key Block Development - CBD

View North Into CBD Bay

Looking West Into Wisdom Bay's Intelligence Triangle

RETAIL 38,000 m2

SOHO 20,000 m2 OFFICE 53,000 m2

HOTEL 35,000 m2 APARTMENT 15,000 m2

Key Block Development - Commercial

Bird View East Over Wisdom Bay

View South Over Eco-Park Observation Area

View into Sustailable Eco And Outlet Village Waterfront

HOTEL 35,000 m2


THE VISION Dissolving the built form in to the natural landscape. The Character of the site in question is the abundance of natural green landscape within and around the site. Our aim is to respect this character throughout the planning, design and construction process. The architectural principle follows a simple idea of diffusing the border between the inside and the outside of the building.

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Site Analysis - Main Points

Planning Concept The planning follows a basic principle of: “Build only what is necessary and where is logical”, this means in this case that we aim to protect and embrace the natural existing landscape within and around the site. On the practical level it means delicately and precisely considered locations of the building volumes in relation to the height level differences within the site. The building laying and plazas are according to two 12mX12m grid.

140M

300M

12M

460M

Master Plan - Entire Software Park 180M Point 1 Site is Long and Narrow

Point 2 The Max Height Difference in the Site Is 12 Meters

A1 Project Staff: 2000 persons Entrance:2 Vehicle Parking: 440

R&D Center Staff: 10000 persons Entrance:2

Main Pedestrain Entrance Car Entrance

Main Entrance

Conference Center

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Main Entrance

Software Road

Building Concept

1. Create micro-climate within the building 1.1 water 1.2 green

3.3

空气 AIR

2.1

2.2

2. Use elevations as filtering barrier 2.1 inside 2.2 outside

3.2

3. Enable natural flow of air and abundant daylight 3.1 atrium 3.2 double curtain wall 3.3 sun light intake

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空气 AIR

Point 3 Relationship with the Conference Center situated in the South

Point 4 Beautiful Surrounding Environment

Point 5 High Quality of existing Huawei Office Environment

20M

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The elevations will act as a filter between the building and landscape. A Filter the sunlignt from the outside / weather control B Frame the views from inside to outside.


Integration to the site

Connection Above Ground Connection Underground

Landscape Design 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Natural Green

Natural Landscape

Natural Grass Hill Water Stone Pavement Pedestrain Ground Wood Terrace Pavement in the Grass Car Road Landscape Wall

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Function Analysis

5 研发中心 R&D 行政中心 Administration Office 共享空间 public space 多功能厅 Auditorium 食堂 Canteen

R&D Administration Office Public Space

厨房 Kitchen

Pedestrain Pavement

Natural Green

Water

Plaza

Wood Terrace

Landscape Wall

地下车库 Parking

Constructive section & Ecological concept

Auditorium

ROOF STRUCTURE Green plantation integrated in the roof mesh structure Solar panel integrated in the roof structure

WATER COLLECTION

Canteen

8 Ecological and energy saving key points

Kitchen

• Buildings make a minimal impact (building print) in the natural landscape

Parking

• Green and water elements are continued inside the buildings in order to create a pleasant micro-climate within

Solar radiancy protection Open to atrium Technical Ceiling

Balcony MICRO CLIMATE O2 Generation

• Atrium will provide abundant daylight and natural ventilation • All rooms can open to outside air (double curtain wall) despite the outside weather condition (natural ventilation)

NATURAL VENTILATION

Air Ventilation

Technical Floor

Landscape water into the building

• The building shape (rectangle) is compact • East, West, North and South direction will each have a specified shading system with different requirements. • Each building can have a variation of terraced openings (balconies) to the landscape

GREY WATER

THERMAL ENERGY

SHADING Inner glass Structure Grill Outer glass


Perspective of Main Entrance

Perspective of Inside Plaza

Perspective of Inside Plaza

Perspective of Inside Plaza

Bird View from Northwest

Night Bird View of the Whole Site


Begonia Bay - Sanya Marriott

THE VISION A creation of unique experience in a natural & peaceful surrounding Complex program that combines mix-use facilities with natural elements. As a phase II project the connection between it to the existing shopping mall (phase I) was essential, the creation of interstitial space between the phases affected the movement circulation in the site.


Theme Activities Configuration

Functions Master Plan

Pedestrian Entrance Marriott Hotel Apartments

Main Walkway

Wedding

Ecology

Meeting

Marriott Club Villas Green Scape Water Scape

Conceptural Perception Reinforce and expand the conceptual aproach in order to lower both construction phases and unify the site and architectural design as a whole.

Longhai Road

Spatial Concept Haitang Road

Healtth

Connection Between The Existing Shopping Mall With The Hotel And Apartment, Creation of Interstial Space Between Phase I And Phase II. Integrate The Movement In The Site.

3 Plaza Relationship: Activate the interstatial space between the shopping mall, hotel and apartments.

Spatial Flow

Luxurious


Panoramic aerial view looking North-West

night view of the hotel

Panoramic bird's-eye view looking North-West

View South on the Marriott club

Night view on the main entrance

Hotel balcony View on the pools & sea


Tours Sainte Catherine & De Bleury - Montreal, Canada

THE VISION Creation of Landmark in the Quartier des spectacles creative hub Extending the plaza into the site and building. A new landmark in Montreal’s CBD offers special views to the city centre, mountains and water. Underscores the outdoor public spaces and their importants to the city.


Spatial Pedestrain flow

Quartier des Spectacles as viewed from Complexe Desjardins towards Mount Royal

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Landmark analysis

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1. Complexe 2 Des Jardins / 2. Stock Exchange Tower / 3. La Place Ville-Marie / 4. 1000 de la Gauchetière / 5. CIBC Tower / 6. IBM-Marathon Tower

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Main Pedestrian Flow

Pedestrian Flow

Inner Pedestrian Flow

Retail

Plaza / Atrium

To Metro Station

Site 194m 187m

199m

205m

188m

Barak

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152m 2

Offices, Business center, Restaurant, Coffee shop, Hanging gardens, Retail & Commercial, Underground parking

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Scale analysis 1

Landmark

CSST

Scale of modern downtown core

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Existing Buildings

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Looking East on the building entrance & retail

Atrium Space

Looking South from Quartier des spectacles

Looking South-East on the building & Complexe Desjardins

Structural Principles

Ariel view on the building & Quartier des spectacles


Office Interior Design, IBI Group Office - Shanghai

THE VISION Making the old warehouse building to a case study project Taking the 1902 old renovated building serving us as our architectural office and adding to it new artistic functions like ground floor gallery and green rooftop studios. featuring a new artistic complex - working, presenting, learning & exposing.


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Ground Floor Space

2

810 sqm open space

Exhibition Venue 2

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Lecture Venue

Social Events Venue Open modular environment with no barriers Can be change and modified easly Coustraction area - 985 sqm / Interior area - 810 sqm / Max capacity - 530 P

Exhibitions / Lectures / Events / PR / Shows

PR Venue

Thinking different / Sharing ideas / Connecting people Creating a new series of meetings in the professional field and others.

Show Venue


Rooftop Floor

Existing condition 3th floor

Future condition 3th floor

Taking the unused roof and turning it to an open studio area with exhibit halls and living facilities, Cutting the edge of the unused roof to create outdoor rooftop with vegetation growing areas. forming two new entrances to the roof, one private for the artist and one for visitors. Existing condition

Future condition

South wing new stairs to rooftop

North wing new stairs to rooftop

Useless space

Section of Existing condition

Too low

Max hight 2.5 m

Section of the new staircase to the roof

Section of the roof & the outdoor area


Part B Private Projects


“Wolfnight� Restaurant - 2011

THE VISION Same location - new look, Same idea - new branding The main goal of the renovation was to change the general design & visibility of the place so it could become in the near future a known brand and a chain of restaurants. The restaurant had opened in December 2011


Photos before the renovation

Photos of the renovation process

Small restaurant in the heart of Manhattan, at the corner of Rivington street & Lodlow street. The plan of the restaurant is very simple, 4X9 meters rectangle shape. The design line provides a pleasant and up to date atmosphere. Maximizing the area was a critical element in such a small space that contains seating areas, working bar, preparation kitchen and toilet. During the renovation and cleaning a beautiful steel column that was hidden for years had been revealved in the corner of the restaurant. Proposed plan & facades

Two main things at the start of the process: making the space in one height level, using the opportunity that the restaurant is on the corner and has two big glass windows.

Photos after the renovation


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Apartment Renovation - 2009

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An apartment in a preservation building, 11 Maale Hashihror street in Haifa, from the early 1920’s. the apartment is on the 3th floor and has also the top roof of the building. 134 Square meters + 26 Square meters balcony’s and 80 Square meters roof. The apartment was in a state of demolition and had to get a thorough treatment. The project was to redesign the interior plan of the apartment and to regulate the ascent to the roof. Project main goal was keeping an open central space and the possibility of seeing the view from all the apartment. Was strict about preserving original elements and returning the uniqueness of the Apartment and the building. 255

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House situation before renovation

New floor plan & roof garden

Existing Wall New Wall

First sketches of the building and possibilities of building another floor on the roof (didn’t get the permit for this construction), we did received approval to raise the stairwell till the roof. We change and fixed in the apartment the ceiling, plumbing & sewage, electricity, front door location, new walls, door & windows, location of kitchen, repairing the balcony’s and adding one more room to the apartment.


Details Design


Part C Tel Aviv Studio Projects


Final Project 2011

THE VISION By small touch in an historical area we can make a big difference A city is like a living body. If viewed from the sky, the crisscross roads are like arteries dividing the city into a number of small zones, with small alleys zigzagging through building blocks. The alleys dotting the whole city are like blood capillaries that are tiny but full of life. In Shanghai they are called “Longtang”\”Lilong”. Inserting gently & wisely new components into an old urban texture. Part of the workshop “Re-planning of tilanqiao, formerly the Jewish Ghetto in Shanghai” Collaboration between Tungji University & Tel Aviv Universty www.smalltouchbigdifference.com


Area Data

The Idea

Shanghai, China

Hongkou district

Tilanqiao historic distric - Jewish Ghetto

Intervention area

6,340.5 sqkm Population - 23,000,000 18 districts

23.5 sqkm Population - 784,000 Density - 33.267

2.36 sqkm

1 sqkm 25 developt blocks One individual developt block

International tourist - 6,500,000 Domestic tourist - 111,000,000

Shikumen Housing

The Method

Building Type Test A research to understand the pace of development & characterization of shanghai, the importance of the Shikumen neighborhoods for the shaping of shanghai lifestyle, traditions & heritage

A typical housing blocks

Finding the intervention zone

After the intervention

Searching for walkways & open spaces

New buildings according to the movement

All together


Movement & Public Spaces Plan

New Tourist Map

Ground Floor Plan

First part of the project is the wide urban planning - 1 sqkm in which i intervened. Making the area a tourist attraction - walking through the historical zone, experience the colorful street life. The new movement system connects this 25 blocks, each one has is own character, selected from the history of the place and the institutions established by the Jewish community in the 30th & 40th.

Situation Today

After Intervention Main Plaza - home of the new Cultural Heritage Center & the Educational Center

Two of the facades, those bright gray are new buildings and the dark ones are the existing buildings, couse its an historical area theres a height limit of 60 meters.

South Facade

North Facade


Park Lane - 2010

THE VISION Converting negative & disturbing Elements to a positive & attractive features. Taking a 41.6 hectare unoccupied land in the middle of the city that’s isolated by the railroad tracks and separating the city from north to south. making its disadvantages to a big advantage to the city. Bringing life to the area and connecting the city by series of passageways below the railroad tracks and creating commercial boulevards along the main roads and railroad tracks.


Situation Today

Street Sections Sketches

Combining all transportation (trains, cars, bicycles & pedestrians) in a street section but with full separation between them. Making the railroad tracks an attraction for the city (trains go quite slow in this area because of the closeness between the stations)

Building Form Today Agricultural areas

Illegal constructions & lower housing

Open neglected spaces

Suggested Building Form

Abandoned buildings

41.6 hectare isolated “island� in the middle of the city, separated by the railroad tracks., a mental border and a physical seperation. Our goal is to change the disconnected & isolated area to an accesible & atractive area. giving the area new & fresh identity.

Massive increase in building coverage, new working places & more public facilities. Easier & safer passageways and roads. Creation of open public spaces, green areas and a new lifestyle destination.

The Idea

Sections & Program

Residential type c Commercial Covered parking

Residential type c

Office Commercial Covered parking

Creating new roads and passageways below the railroad tracks, first step for the connection of the urbam fabric. Making linear green parks along the railroad tracks and connect the three diferent train stations with a green pathways.


Land Use Plan

Project Images The Park

Existing housing

Housing

Commercial

Office

Public

Green space

New City Planning Program

The Junction

Density data Chart (41.6 hectares)

Density data Chart (78.8 hectares)

The Cinematheque

Section


Cultural Heritage Center - 2010

THE VISION Connecting the old & historical district to the city New urban planing for the city, attractive & inviting entry to the city that will be much more suitable and help improve the city image. Creating a new central plaza connecting the city to her old part, by that empowering the area and making it more known. Telling the story of Ramla The first Muslim city ever built and one of the world’s largest cities in the 8th century.


Ariel Photograph 1917

The Cultural Plaza 1918

2010

The Old City

The Connection

The size of the old city in the 8th century was almost the same like today (2.5X2.5 km, was one of the biggest cities in the world), most of the city was destroyed after the big earthquake in the year 1068ac, 31 years after she was rebuilt by the Crusaders.

Situation Today

Suggested Situation - “Re-branding�

New West entrance to the city

The water tower

Bicycle rental station

South entrance to the market

New West entrance to the city

The school complex

The renovated municipal stadium

Establishing new parking lots

Creating an attractive & inviting entrance to the city and reconnect it to her old part. Combining existing & new parks with sport facilities and bicycle lanes for the city residents & visitors.


The Cultural Heritage Center Sketches

The Cultural Heritage Center Images The building strengthens & revives the old city. Its shape creates the axis & directions to and from the old city. The building program raises awareness & knowledge of the existence and presence of the old city. The existing building gets new skin and the new building connect and complete it for the creation of the Cultural Heritage Center.

Plans & Sections

Existing building

The Building program is divided to three issues: 1. A written cultural heritage - Library & Archives 2. Intangible cultural heritage - Museum & Exhibit halls 3. Built cultural heritage - Preservation workshops & View points on the city In addition there are more facilities like: Auditorium, classrooms & Canteen. All serve the public and for the public interest.


Student Village - 2009

THE VISION Eco & sustainable living - social & educational lifestyle Building a new student dormitories at Tel Aviv University, emphasizing “green” way of living. human scale environment experinence respecting the past, “Sheikh Munis” village that was their long time ago. combination of public & private space uses gives the residents unique way of living and studying.


Schemes & Calculation Chart

Photo’s from the site

site

Big part of the planning was the eco-systems & lifestyle, we took for consideration parameters like solar, wind, water recycling, vegetation & materials. The village plan creates a unique “community� feeling that will empower the students experience.

Images of the Walkways

Plans & Sections of the Urban Planning

Using the topography for our benefit, like storing rainwater through tunels below the narrow and curve walkways till the wetlands. We use the roofs for solar energy, vegetation gardens, climbing vines, constructed wetland and gathering areas for the students.

Final Model 1:1000


Facades of the Block

Example Unit

Final Model 1:50

Construction method is fast & easy, steel frame coated with villaboard panels - low maintenance costs and cost savings.

Block Images

Theres a big variety of apartments, from studio unit (22 sqm) to 3 bedroom apartments (65 sqm). In total there are 175 housing units in the project.


“Dajani Hospital� - 2009

THE VISION Bringing awareness for the complex and his funder Huge complex (16,600 sqm) in the center of Jaffa city, no many people knows its long and intresting history. Going back in time to 1933, the year this hospital was built and with long research and studies we where able to bring back to life some of this history, removing the layers & additions and revealing the initial condition of the building, complex and the owners. Preserving the old building & adding to it new construction Portfolio documentation -http://www.tau.ac.il/~shderotj/images/projects/tikim/100.pdf


First Stage - Historical Research & Analysis

Current Status: Hazards

Photos of the Building in the 30th Adding floor & raising of the tower Block openings using wire net Closure of two floors balconies Lowering the entry & adding a glass lobby Adding emergency staircase Aluminum windows

Sketches & Current Facades

Expansion to create a wide entry porch Engine of an air conditioner & piping


Photos of the Whole Complex 1

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1. Dajani family private villa entrance 2. The walkway between the villa & the hospital 3. Dr. Fouad Dajani tombstone 4. Main fountain 5. The orchard 6. View on the villa from the fountain 7. Reused fountain 8. Back yard old fountain 9. “Keshet” organization offices

Images of the new “Rehabilitation Center For The Elderly”

Sections & Plans

The coffe shop on the entrance plaza View from Jerusalem boulevard on the new additional building The new entry for both buildings

looking East from the inner garden


Out From The City - 2008

THE VISION Establishing a place for “time out� - walking towards the horizon Unique and not maintained pier that can be easily the highlight of the city, giving the city residents and visitors a new attraction - place to find peace of mind. Thanks to the shape of the new space one can choose to find his quiet and calm alone or with company of others.


Pier Current Situation

Plans & Facades (hand drawings)

“Mizpe Galim” Urban Analysis A pier coming from the city into the sea, a magical place that suffers from a lack of treatmet. in its condition today its a danger to the public, it sparate & divide the coast to two sides

The circle shape coming from the “Yin Yang” gives the space two different hosting possibilities - the upper part (cocave shape) is a place for gathering, the lower part (convex shape) is a place for quiet & relaxation

Final Model 1:100 Materials: concrete wood steel

Sketches


--- THE END --Oded Narkis Selected Works 2008 - 2013

Oded Narkis - portfolio  

Selected Works 2008-2013

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