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PORTFOLIO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN

Yu-Chi Kuo


Selected works 2005~2013


Yu-Chi Kuo

Portfolio 2005~2013


CONTENTS


Academic Works

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REVIVE

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RECREATE

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REBUILD

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the role that the metropolitan park play

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2009 4th year Thesis Design

the value and memory of the historical spaces in the modern city

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2008 4th year Design Studio

the relationship between softscape and hardscape

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2008 3th year Design Studio

Professional Works

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Tung Chiang Hot Springs Guesthouse

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Makadao Residential Building

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Oct.2012~Mar.2013 renewal design project

Feb.2013 design development project

Supplement |

Fine Art Works

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Resume

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2007~2013 selected hand rendering & creative portraits

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After the four years study, what is Landscape Architecture? I tend to regard Landscape Architecture is the way to create a harmonious connection system between human and environment, no matter how complicated the urban-architectural situation is; it is also the way to allow people to rediscover the value of everything. -


ACADEMIC WORKS 01

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REVIVE

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RECREATE

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REBUILD

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Academic / 2009 / 4th year Thesis Design Collaborator: Ting-Yu Chang, Cheng-Chen Wu Team Position: Drawing and physical model making Instructor: Jing-Shoung Hou Type: Public recreation space design Location: Taichung city, Taiwan Region: Outskirts / Tableland Area: 880,000m2

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REVIVE

Taichung Metropolitan Park Design


Tunghai U. Taichung Airport

Taichung Harbor

Shueinan Airport

Taichung station

site

Changhua County

Dadu River

Dadu Tableland

Taichung City

Issue Introduction The site is located in the central Taiwan, and is on the border between Taichung City and Taichung County. The core value of this project is to make the most of the significance Hand to Earth rebuilding the harmonies relationship between man and nature

of its locality, connecting the urban surroundings with the recreation surroundings, and thus

becoming

an

important

tourism

landmark in central Taiwan, while benefiting the environmental sustainability in the same time. An urban park experience shall not simply be a rehearsal of national parks experience, nor shall an urban park simply be an expanded street park. An urban park shall maximize its possibility, becoming a major meeting point in the big city and a feature of urban life. This project aims to reach such goal.

Concept The design concept of the entire park is like a hand buried deep into the earth, and it is

Green zone

from such connection greenery is grown. A sense of connection and appreciation to the earth from people of all ages. Five fingers stretched outward, each creates its own

Blue necklace

independent space, for different activity, yet all are connected to the bigger structure. The hand is like embedded in the earth, inseparable from the earth.

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This project will awaken the recognition of the importance of urban park in the big Taichung. It values the needs of the metropolis. Various activities can be found in the park, a diverse and friendly urban park. The urban park will be simple yet not monotonous, indicating yet not complicated, secret yet not closed, open yet not fenceless. They seem contradictory when put together, yet they are all needed in an urban park. Greenish recreation spots separate in the park. A blue water ribbon connects different zones of the par. The park users can experience different milieu in the same park, and be exposed more to the park, time wise and space wise.

1 tourist service center / exhibition hall

11 public art space

2 entrance plaza

12 artist village

3 pets’ sunny lawn

13 outdoor theatre / fairground

4 amenity garden

14 viewing platform

5 eco lake / bioinfiltration basin

15 outdoor café

6 amphitheatre

16 hiking trail

7 streamlet pathway

17 bike trail

8 waterfront boardwalk

18 lakeside restaurant / green roof

9 family playground / extreme sports park

19 parking area

10 landscape playground

20 main access road


Design Strategy ▪ Earth-sheltered architecture ▪ Green building, open space of green roof ▪ Dialogue between the solid and the void

Site Plan

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2 3

4 5 6

public art space

green roof

amenity garden

extreme sports park

waterfront boardwalk

family playground

landscape playground

bike trail / rest deck

streamlet pathway

amphitheatre

bike trail / rest deck

eco lake / bioinfiltration

1 landscape playground

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2 eco lake / bioinfiltration basin

3 extreme sports park

4 bike trail / rest deck

5 outdoor café

6 pets’ sunny lawn

Master Physical Model


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outdoor cafĂŠ

parking area

hiking trail

viewing platform

main access road

entrance plaza

pets’ sunny lawn

fairground / outdoor theatre

artist village

grassy slope

tourist service center / exbition hall

lakeside restaurant


1 multipurpose raised deck 2 large canopy shade tree

Detail Plan A

3 grassy slope 4 feature granite stone wall 5 waterfront rest platform 6 feature oating island 7 shallow (for children playing) 8 grassy mound & selected stone feature 9 screen planting 10 waterfront boadwalk 11 stepping stones (across the lake) 12 waterfront plaza

Design Gist A Waterfront open space Exquisite water features and open spaces, walls, rock feature landscape with undulating wooden platform to create a multi-layer space. Pet’s sunny lawn A large lawn featuring a multipurpose raised deck provides users with an open space for both energetic and leisurely activities.

Section A Detail Physical Model 1 shallow & grassy mound

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2 feature granite stone wall & grassy slope 3 multipurpose raised deck & screen planting


Detail Plan A

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Design Gist B Family playground

Extreme sports park

Bold undulating terrain enables users to create rich memories of outdoor games,

Sunken concrete spaces in different scales, designed

and breaks the general public’s stereotype or perception on playground users’ age.

for different levels of extreme sports.

Landscape playground Simple colorful game facilities well combined with the surrounding terrain,

B

unlike conventional rigid playground equipment.

Detail Plan B

B’

Section B&B’

1 extreme sports park

6 feature granite stone wall

2 family playground

7 feature tree array / axis

3 spectator stands / raised timber deck

8 sleepers trail

4 feature paving plaza 5 pedestrian path (between two mounds)

9 landscape playground 10 bike trail


Design Gist C

Detail Plan C

Detail Plan B

Aquatic ecology experience Waterfront terraces and corridors connect the aquatic area together shaping a pleasant relaxing space and creating the sense of uidity

Detail Plan C

1 amphitheatre

6 bike rail

2 waterfront viewing platform

7 pedestrian path

3 amenity garden

8 feature stargazing platform

4 streamlet pathway

9 existing woods

5 recreation desk

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Academic / 2009 / 4th year Design Studio Collaborator: Ting-Yu Chang Team Position: Design and drawing Instructor: Jing-Shoung Hou Type: Urban recreation space design Location: Taipei city, Taiwan Region: Urban space / Basin

RECREATE

Reengineering Old Space Design - Four Four South Village


Taipei 101 Four Four South Village

Site location

Taipei World Trade Centre Xinyi Elementary School

road system

Issue Introduction

commercial area

East Taipei, especially Xinyi Dist, is the most prosperous area in Taiwan. The Xinyi Dist. is the seat of the Taipei mayor's office and the Taipei City Government. Key buildings including Taipei 101, Taipei City Council, Taipei Interna-

residential area

tional Convention Center, Taipei World Trade Center, and various shopping malls and entertainment venues make Xinyi the most modern cosmopolitan district of Taipei. Xinyi District is also considered the financial district of Taipei.The site is near one of the tallest building in the world – Taipei 101.

cultural and educational area

This area renders a sense of rapid and instant development. Four Four South Village, the former military dependents' village was built, filled with old low houses, and unused ground. Nowadays, the old village was mostly

location - Four Four South Village

demolished, but a small part was preserved to serve as an

Exhibition Center, and there is some landscape greening around the preserved part.

proposed

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Concept Take the urban image and the feature of old military dependents villages into consideration, combining the geometric pattern of city blocks, with the old village impressions like narrow alley, anti-aircraft shelter, and pitched roof.

Design Process Geometric pattern which symbolizes the city blocks, accompanied by the tree arrays and vast meadow, creating an open extensive view. The open meadow is scattered with many interesting facilities and intriguing landscapes, giving the visitors unexpected surprises.

currently existing + design location

city pattern extending

ďŹ nal design concept

green adding

blue setting


Design Strategy ▪ To create a connection and cohesion between the three – the preserved old village, the north ground, and the south park. ▪ To take the hustle bustle commercial area across the road into consideration. ▪ To combine the old with the new, and transform the site into a green oasis of the city where people can repose, relax, and contemplate.

1 connection pavers 2 urban park entrance 3 memorial area of the urban park 4 fountain plaza of the urban park 5 current social plaza 6 current roof-imagery grassy slope 7 Four Four South Village Exhibition Center 8 connection plaza 9 neighborhood park 10 neighborhood park entrance

roof-imagery continuing + tree growing

Site Plan

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Detail Gist Park entrance Next to the open entrance of the park are public benches with interesting features,

A-A’

not only allow people to rest on, but also echoing the features of old villages. Green shelter Inspired by the small defense pillboxes in military dependents villages, there will be a Green Shelter, embraced by a elevated grassy slope. Installation Art display area Inducing the visitors to go around, and maybe pause in front of some display boards, which are installed within the wood array and will introduce the history of the military dependents village.

Detail Plan A

Fountain plaza The visitors and residents of this neighborhood can refresh themselves, during summer time, when the fountain will be unlocked. In the winter time however, small activities can be organized here.

Secondary entrance / Grass steps / Installation Art

Fountain plaza / Multi-colored fower bed

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entrance pavers memory tunnel grassy slope green shelter / suken square family playground energetic grassy lawn sunshine grassy lawn terraced ower bed


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Detail plan A

Detail plan B

Detail Plan B

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urban park pavers grass steps fountain plaza multi-colored ower bed leading installation art display board of the history

Detail Plan C

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wooden boardwalk grass steps water feature grassy slope leading installation art contemplation corner neighborhood park entrance pavement

Detail plan C

Index

Family playground

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Pedestrian path

Grassy slope

Amenity tunnel

At the south side, inspired by the narrow alleys and small gutters of the old village, there will be a resembling design. In the old village, narrow alleys usually exist between two walls of houses. They usually contain some small gutters. In the park, the “narrow alley” is not surrounded by concrete walls, but by a wall resembling big grass slope, and am array of greenish trees. The “gutter” image will also be reused and thus become a little creek going through the entire park. The park will have an open view due to all the designs above, and will relate to the north ground. The images of the three parts will thus become cohesive , and together in this site the old and the new of the city can meet and have dialogues.

Green wall

Water feature

Wooden boardwalk

Leading installation Art


Section A-A’ Because of occasional military operations, in the past, there are small defense pillboxes in the village, as the shelters for militants or residents. In this project there is a Green Shelter, a basin square embraced by a elevated grassy slope. In the Green Shelter, the visitors can not only reminisce the impression of the old time, but also find peace, slowly walking down the slope toward the square, while the noise of the city temporary fades away. Next to the Green Shelter, also below one side of the slope, there is Family Playground, from where the energy of children laughter radiates through the whole park.

Feature tree

Green shelter / suken square

Grass steps

Family playground

Section B-B’

Grassy slope

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Tunghai University Music and Fine Arts Centre Surroundings Design

Academic / 2008 / 3th year Design Studio Instructor: Shu-Liu Wu Type: Public gathering space design Location: Taichung city, Taiwan Region: Campus / Tableland Area: 117,500m2


College of Management Building Student Residence Hall Tunghai University Music and Fine Arts Centre Luce Chapel

The Campus Mall

The Second Teaching Area

Tunghai University Music and Fine Arts Centre

Issue Introduction The project is located in the Second Teaching Area of Tunghai University and it covers the open space between three buildings—Music and Fine Arts Centre (MFAC) , College of Management Building, Student Residence Hall. The key intent of this project is to establish the connection and unity between three distinctly different buildings, in terms of functionality. The three buildings are all constructed with exposed concrete. Among them, the new landmark of Tunghai University, the MFAC, is famous for its rhombic-shaped grid element which echoes the Luce Chapel, the old landmark and renowned beacon of Tunghai University.

Concept By reducing the sense of conflict between buildings and environment, by generating a new order within an unsystematic district, and by creating a connection between independent buildings, the project will redefine this district. ▪ Return to the grace of nature ▪ Re-experience the nature ▪ Regain the respect to the creature diversity of nature

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Design Strategy ▪ ▪ ▪

Redefine the space order. Provide the space orientation by

College of Management Building

placing a specific axis within the space. Combine grass steps and tree arrays to create many social areas, and thus maximize the utility of outdoor space. Separate the pedestrian and vehicle passages, and create

Tunghai University Music and Fine Arts Centre

efficient passages. Student Residence Hall

Site Context designated natural areas public gathering spaces parking areas

vehicular routes pedestrian routes

exsiting trees roadside trees select trees tree array

The relationship between buildings, environment, and users shall be redefined with such order and connection.

proposed


1 social plaza 2 creativity space 3 recreation space 4 entrance plaza 5 connection space 6 parking area

Site Plan 03

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Design Gist Student square Serves to link the Music and Fine Arts Centre (MFAC) and the Student Residence Hall. Allows the student to pass through, to repose, or to relax easily. Outdoor exhibition platform The wooden platform is an extension of the MFAC which serves as the passage as well as the viewing platform. It can also serves as the outdoor art gallery, while public arts of bigger scale can be exhibited on the side grass slope. Student social / relaxing deck Utilize the oblique terrain, and combine it with grass slopes, grass steps, and wooden platforms to create a greenish social space. Outdoor performance lawn Replace the hardscape with the vast pasture on which students can execute performances or exhibitions. Screen planting Using tree arrays to separate the living area and study area Main pedestrian trails axis Two parallel arrays of deciduous trees serve as the guide way, bringing the students into the nature and experience its charms.

Index

01 student square / gathering space

09 main pedestrian trails axis

02 student social / relaxing deck

10 large canopy shade trees

03 sunny grassy slope

11 parking

04 outdoor exhibition platform

12 entrance plaza

05 outdoor performance lawn

13 outdoor study room

06 feature tree array

14 grass steps

07 screen planting

15 sunny lawn

08 student residence hall entrance

16 feature seating wall / array


Detail Plan 03

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music and ďŹ ne arts centre

entrance plaza

stair / seating wall

major road connection

student square / gathering space


lawn with large canopy shade trees

sunny grassy slope

student residence hall entrance

Section of Student square 03

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With the professional experience, what is Design? To me, Design is a language, sharing and telling people what the thoughts or concepts are. -


PROFESSIONAL WORKS 04

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Tung Chiang Hot Springs Guesthouse

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Makadao Residential Building

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Tung Chiang Hot Springs Guesthouse Renewal Design Project (under construction)

Professional work / Oct. 2012 ~ Mar. 2013 Director: Sunph Position: Project designer Type: Hot springs guesthouse Location: Miaoli county, Taiwan This project is situated in Nanzhuang township, Miaoli county. It is part of the renewal project for an old Hot Spring Guesthouse, which was built in August 2003, originally famous for its distinct red brick architecture and the excellent location where beautiful views are accessible. It was once the top choice within the region for

C-C’

hot spring and recreation, but later it lost its popularity due to flawed management. The main goals for this project are not only to restore its popularity, but also to create a brand new Tung Chiang Hot Spring Guesthouse. Responding to the change in time and space,

B-B’ A-A’

and the new consumer demands, our work shall not only do reinforcement or repair, but also import a new design concept— to create a unique stylized Hot Springs Guesthouse, using simple geometric lines to re-plan the space, and combining simple modern granites with existing red brick element.

Current environment condition (view from the side of guild hall 2F )

Current situation of existing guild hall

Current situation of entrance corridor and thermae

Site Plan

Outdoor facilities

Guesthouse

(left-Ladies / right-Gents)

Thermae

1 feature entrance corridor with trellis

11 locker

21 deck chair rest area

2 shoes placing area

12 family changing room

22 cold springs pool

3 mirror surface pool with waterfall

13 toilet

23 hot springs pool

4 soothing pool with architectural umbrella

14 dressing room

24 unbounded pool

5 spa relaxation pool

15 shower area

25 stairs to the terrace

6 hot springs pool

16 passage / waiting area

7 footbaths covered by corridor

17 patio

8 multipurpose / composite leisure deck

18 sauna

9 footbaths (for family)

19 café / restaurant

10 scenery platform

20 plant room


Considering that the site has a very excellent environment, the design tries to minimize the number of artificial facilities, so that the view won’t be blocked by the unneces-

A

B

C

sary, and the users will be able to enjoy the best view of the landscape. We also retain the existing old tree or some elements with local charac-

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teristics and historical memory in this

project.

It

makes

visitors

increase the background knowledge about it

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▪ water feature (edge) ▫ material: granite ▫ colour: black

▪ feature wall ▫ material: granite ▫ colour: dark grey

▪ feature wall ▫ material: granite ▫ colour: white

▪ mirror surface pool ▪ paving ▫ material: mosaic ▫ material: ceramic tile ▫ colour: black ▫ colour: beige (hexagon type)

▪ paving ▫ material: gravelstone ▫ colour: dark green

▪ paving ▫ material: ceramic tile ▫ colour: dark grey

▪ multipurpose deck ▪ multipurpose deck ▫ material: wood plastic ▫ material: wood plastic composite composite ▫ colour: dark (grooved) ▫ colour: light

Landscape

Patio

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2 3 4 1 view form the side of guild hall 2F 2 entrance corridor and thermae 3 spa relaxation pool 4 viewing terrace 5 patio (view form the side of guild hall passage) 6 patio (view from the side of guild hall 2F)

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The design hopes to create a tranquil atmosphere and a well used high quality space – whether in the Guesthouse or the Thermae – and the light design adopts the principle that only the important parts, rather than the entire space, shall be illuminated. A

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The light design is not only obliged to minimize the possible dangers caused by limited night vision, but is also crucial for the creation of the overall atmosphere of a space.

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▪ thermae pool ▫ material: granite ▫ colour: black

▪ passage wall ▫ material: ceramic tile ▫ colour: light grey

▪ dressing table ▫ material: marble ▫ colour: white

▪ interior wall ▫ material: ceramic tile ▫ colour: grey

▪ locker ▫ material: timber panelling ▫ colour: wenge wood

▪ shower area wall ▫ material: ceramic tile ▫ colour: dark grey

▪ interior wall / ceiling ▫ material: timber panelling ▫ colour: teak (joint grain)

▪ interior paving ▫ material: woven vinyl flooring ▫ colour: beige

Thermae

view from the northwest corner of the thermae

▪ interior wall / ceiling ▫ material: timber panelling ▫ colour: maple (mismatch)

▪ interior paving ▫ material: woven vinyl flooring ▫ colour: Iron-gray

face to the cold / hot springs pool

view from the northeast corner of the thermae

view from the side of deck chair rest area

Guesthouse

passage / waitung area

locker

shower area

dressing room

toilet


Section A-A’

Section B-B’

Section C-C’

this part per detail section below

Detail Section 04

Professional

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Tung Chiang

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Makadao Residential Building

Design Development Project (under construction)

Professional work / Feb. 2013 ~ Jun. 2013 Director: Sunph Position: Project designer Type: urban residential housing Location: Kaohsiung city, Taiwan This project is located at an important urban junction nearby Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts. We attempt to create a meaningful city facade for the public, while still respecting the residents’ private lives here. The design aims to initiate an intriguing dialogue with the disordered built environment through a unique yet contemporary gesture. It also wishes to break away from the typical mundane, and instead represent the vibrant city lifestyle specific to Kaohsiung City.

outdoor lounge with waterfall wall & shade structure

Site Plan

feature screening element

Landscape materials

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Interior materials

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▪ outdoor lounge deck ▪ paving ▫ material: granite ▫ material: granite ▫ colour: dark grey ▫ colour: grey

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▪ paving ▫ material: granite ▫ colour: light grey

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▪ sky lounge paving ▫ material: ceramic tile ▫ colour: beige

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▪ maintenance access ▫ material: gravelstone ▫ colour: dark green

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▪ water feature ▫ material: rounded pebbles ▫ colour: charcoal

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▪ floor ▫ material: marble ▫ colour: light brown

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Landscape design

▪ reception ▫ material: polished marble ▫ colour: white

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▪ logotype wall ▫ material: marble ▫ colour: black

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▪ lounge feature wall ▫ material: timber panelling ▫ colour: padauk

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1 urban plaza

6 stepping stones path

2 vehicle setdown

7 focal sculpture element

3 entry / exit to B1F

8 outdoor lounge

4 pedestrian path 5 loading zone

9 screen planting 10 mass bamboo forest

▪ ceiling ▫ material: timber panelling ▫ colour: black walnut

Interior design

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11 lobby

16 residents lift lobby

12 display pinths

17 toilets

13 reception

18 cocktail seating

14 logotype wall

19 convenient bar

15 office

20 meeting room

▪ lightshade ▫ material: sunshine stone ▫ colour: light yellow


The project aims to create a comfortable space where people, no matter residents or visitors, can adjust their pace from intense to slow. Thus it adopts simple designs, combining explicit lines with simple yet elegant palette, to create a low key yet expansive impression. Besides decorations, functionality is also pragmatically included, and thus the users are able to enjoy the space, both physically and mentally.

lobby / reception & logotype wall

Level 14 Plan

1 library lounge

6 banquet room

2 rasied lounge deck

7 kitchen island

3 chess / game room

8 preparation kitchen

4 private sound booth 5 toilet

rasied lounge deck & lounge sofa / light gallery

9 residents lift lobby 10 multipurpose room (GYM / sports bar)

banquet room / kitchen island

Roof Plan 1 sky lounge

5 screen planting

2 reecting pond

6 residents lift lobby

3 outdoor BBQ bench

7 clothes drying ďŹ eld

4 maintenance access

8 plant area multipurpose room / pool room & sports bar

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I hope the above works can help demonstrate my passion and diversity toward the design. They have only contributed to my eagerness to continue learning and exploring. My journey is just beginning. -


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Fine Art Works

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Resume

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Fine Art Works Hand Rendering

2007 / 2th year Design Project Instructor: Tien-Tien Hu

I experimented with many illustrative and rendering methods during my studies in an attempt to explore dierent graphic outcomes, and I feel that sketching is still a very part of design and where ideas start to come to life. Overall, I believe that merging hand and digital techniques can produce unique design outcomes and can better illustrate thoughts and design intentions.


01 teacher / professor dormitory

07 viewing platform

02 amenity terrace

08 Lotus pond / small grassy island

03 leisure trails

09 white granite stepping stones

04 meditation pool

10 streamlet

05 stepping stones with pebble inďŹ ll

11 pedestrian path

06 raised entry deck

12 eco grass ditch

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2007~2013

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Fine Art Works Creative Portraits 2007 - 2012

Every work is custom made for its individual protagonist. They not only depict dierent characteristics but also imply dierent tastes of these individuals. Every work represents a story, a record of my relationship with the person. And therefore every work is unique and invaluable.


Resume Yu-Chi Kuo Born / Dec. 10. 1987 / Taoyuan City, Taiwan (R.O.C.) Email / paul.kuote@gmail.com Tel

EDUCATION

WORKING EXPERIENCES

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Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan

Sep. 2005 - Jun. 2009

Environment Professional Design Studio, Taipei, Taiwan

May 2011 - Jun. 2013

Mechanized Infantry NCO

Jan. 2010 - Sep. 2010

Squad Leader / Corporal

Oct. 2009 - Jan. 2010

Tai-Chang Planning Consultants Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan

Jul. 2009 - Oct. 2009

Liu-Kuo Landscape Design Co., Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan

Jul. 2007 - Aug. 2007

Azusa Pacific University, CA, USA

May 2011 - Jun. 2013

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Dept. of Landscape Architecture Overall GPA 3.43, Graduate Grade 80.33 (THU Grading System 4.0 Scale)

Project landscape / interior designer

Army 269 Brigade, Ministry of National Defense

Army Infantry School, Ministry of National Defense

Assistant designer & Community building counselor

Intern / Designer Assistant

OVERSEAS EDUCATION

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES & HONORS & AWARDS

American Language and Culture Institute

Student Representive

2005 - 2006

The 24th Student Association of Landscape Architecture Dept.

2007 - 2008

The 24th Association Judge

2007 - 2008

Freshman Class, Dept. of Landscape Architecture

President of the Student Association

First prize honored

PUBLICATIONS & EXHIBITIONS

SKILLS

“CRAFTED” Unity Graduate Exhibition of Landscape Architecture Dept.

2009

Landscape Architecture Graduate Project 2009 of Tunghai University

2009

supervisor of exhibition design / Park Lane by CMP, Taichung, Taiwan

2D GRAPHIC SOFTWARE

AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel Draw, InDesign 3D MODELING / RENDERING SOFTWARE

Rhinoceros, 3Ds Max, SketchUP / Artlantis, Lumion

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Thanks to all the people that have helped me; and most of all ― my family               - Yu-Chi Kuo -


Yu-Chi Kuo Portfolio / 2005~2013  
Yu-Chi Kuo Portfolio / 2005~2013  

2005-2013 Design Portfolio // Accepted to Syracuse U. MArch.I / AA. MSc-SED / RISD. MLA / Goldsmiths. MA

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