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PORTFOLIO PEIYU DING SELECTED WORK 2012-2018

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P EI YU DI N G 225 West 109th Street Apartment61, New York NY 10025, USA psd2119@columbia.edu | +1 347 244 9990

EDUCATION Columbia University, GSAPP

SKILLS 3D Modeling Rhinoceros Grasshopper Tspline Google Sketchup Revit 2D Drawing & Render Autocad V-ray Graphic Design Photoshop InDesign Illustrator Physical Modeling Laser cut 3D print Microsoft Office Suite Language Mandarin (native) English (fluent)

New York, USA | Jun 2017 – Present Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design Expected Graduation - May 2018

Zhejiang University College of Engineering and Architecture Bachelor of Architecture

Singapore University of Technology and Design Singapore | Sep 2015 – Jan 2016 Faculty of Architecture and Sustainable Design Exchange student for one semester

EXPERIENCE AZL Architects | Architecture Intern

Nanjing, China | July 2016 – Sep 2016 Participate in the design process of Shangrao City Museum, Shangrao, China · study and refine programs and draw the plans in Autocad · build 3d model of the design and site in Google Sketchup · draw program and circulation diagrams and do the interior rendering for final presentation Participate in the design process of Jimei Restaurant, Xiamen, China · draw the plans in Autocad and hatch the texture in Photoshop · build 3d model of the design in Rhino · do the bird view rendering for final presentation · build the physical model ( hand cut & laser cut)

LYCS Architecture | Interior Designer Intern

Hangzhou, China | May 2016 – July 2016 Participate in the building process of online interior design web: Meijian ( http://meijian.io/ ) · build the online cutout image dataset of furniture · communicate with potential clients to gather information

Student Union of Zhejiang University | Administrative Secretary Hangzhou, China | Sep 2012 – June 2013 · gather students’ complaints and communicate with school to solve problems

HONORS Final Thesis Award with San Pablo University (CEU) Madrid, Spain | Feb 2017 - Sep 2017 Received Final Thesis Award, collaborated with CEU, Spain

Student Project Exhibited in Hangzhou International Design Week (IDW) Hangzhou, China | Oct 2015 – Dec 2015 Responsible for concept development, 3d modeling (Revit), 2d drawing (Autdocad, Photoshop, Illustrator), physical modeling (Laser cut)

Temasek Foundation Scholarship

Singapore | Sep 2015 Received scholarship as a diligent exchange student in Singapore University of Technology and Design

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CONTENTS

FOURTH NATURE

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CITY MEMORY

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STUDIO+

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Master Plan of Willets Point

City History Museum

Architecture School Design

UNDER COVER

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FUV Campus Planning

UMBRELLA

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Therapeutic Center of Internet Addition Disorder

FOLD

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OTHER WORKS

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Community Center

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FOURTH NATURE Theme: Master Planning of Willets Point Location: Willets Point, New York, USA GSAPP 2018 Spring Studio Group Work : Peiyu Ding, Jichao Sun Critic: Laurie Hawkinson & Galen Pardee

The project is to design a promising planning for Willets Point, also known as Iron Triangle. The site was occupied by the auto industries, which thrive the site, while poison it simultaneously. Through the research of toxic mapping, we can tell the severe contaminating problem on this site, thus the first step of out design will focus on the soil and water remediation process, turning iron triangle to clean park to super clean park. For final purpose, we would like to relink this isolated site to surrounding eco system and social system, offering a new prototype of fourth nature, a new nature combined with high tech, a park for the future. This park will be the number one choice for surrounding residence and even all new yorkers and will be the recreation hub in every season, spring summer autumn and winter. The first nature is pure nature, the second nature is agriculture, the third nature is artificial garden, while our design is the new prototype of fourth nature.Natures are monitored and controlled, ecologies are amplified or manufactured, with the intent of augmenting performance and responsiveness, controlling the flow of resources, monitoring data or redressing environmental imbalances.

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CONCEPT: SUPER CLEAN PARK The site, Iron Triangle, is located near the flushing bay, known for its auto industry. The auto industry, which constitutes 60% of the whole economy, thrive this site, while at the meantime, severely polluted the soil. However, the historical mapping of this site reveals the lush green past, that is, it used to be a wetland 100 years ago. Our intention is to recover the green land, recall the previous time when the mother nature and human both enjoy this glorious space.

The main concept contains two phases, clean park and super clean park. The main purpose of clean park is to clean up the toxic soil and recover the lush land cover. The second step is to establish a super clean park to offer portable water and organic vegetation, to re-link this isolated site to periphery area. The final destination would be fourth nature, a combination of high tech and nature, a park for the future.

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TOXIC SITE RESEARCH

Through the toxic research of the site, we can tell several major polluting categories: MTBE spill, solid waste facility and wastewater discharge, which mainly stem from the auto industry. One intriguing observation is that the wastewater with toxic material from the site is discharged directly to the nearby bay, causing the consequent water pollution. Our initial step is to replace the auto industry and clean up the polluted soil.

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TOXIC SITE RESEARCH

Therefore, we categorize the toxic materials in our site and draw a Pollutants Site Map. We mainly focus on the distribution area of water and soil pollution. When overlapping the pollution and sewer system map, we can find that New York waterbody will be polluted by the runoff which carrys contaminants from our site. In details, we locate specific pollutants in each hot spot and classify these contaminants into 4 groups, organic/metals/ Nutrients and clorinated solvents. As you can see, our site are polluted mainly by oil products, the red one.

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Organic TCE

Nutrients

Potential Phytotechnology Mechanisms

Contaminant Diagram Key

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Phytovolatilization

Phytometabolism

Phytodegradation

Phytoextraction

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Petroleum Nickel

Aliphatics

Selenium

We categorize the toxic materials in our site and draw a Pollutants Site Map. In details, we locate specific pollutants in each hot spot and classify these contaminants into 4 groups, organic/metals/Nutrients and clorinated solvents.

Pesticides Phosphorus

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Metal (loid)s Less Current Applicability at Field Scale Relative Opportunity to Consider Phytotechnology Options for this Contaminant in Landscape Design

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Explosives TNT

Less Time (1 - 10 years)

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Relative Remediation Time

Reference from Phyto: Principles and Resources for Site Remediation and Landscape Design

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STRATEGY

Considering the complicated condition, we, at the first step, explored the abstractive strategies of out site, which contains tree main steps. First, divided the site into grid, for soil test. After the first round testing, we will remove and replace some devices according the results of first phase. The aim of second step is to translate the soil lab into a park, building more facilities and new connection to connect them.

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Considering the complicated condition, we, at the first step, explored the abstractive strategies of out site, which contains tree main steps. First, divided the site into grid, for soil test. After the first round testing, we will remove and replace some devices according the results of first phase. The aim of second step is to translate the soil lab into a park, building more facilities and new connection to connect them.

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STRATEGY on SITE

The main concept contains two phases, clean park and super clean park. The main purpose of clean park is to clean up the toxic soil and recover the lush landcover. The second step is to establish a super clean park to offer portalble water and organic vegetation, to relink this isolated site to perrephery area.

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The main concept contains two phases, clean park and super clean park. The main purpose of clean park is to clean up the toxic soil and recover the lush landcover. The second step is to establish a super clean park to offer portalble water and organic vegetation, to relink this isolated site to perrephery area.

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The 1st year is the start point of all remediation process. We will build three infrastructure systems, water factories, soil lab and circulation pavement. First, the towers dispersed on our site are components of water factories, as we want to decompose a giant factory into small pieces, so people could walk into this machine and really understand the process. And all the grids are soil lab field. The dimension of the grid is 180 feet, according to research, this dimension is a proper scale for soil test. The circulation lines connect everything together, offering a visitor line in phase 1.

The 2nd phase is to relink this park to surrounding eco system and social system. For eco system, we will dismantle some grid pass way of soil lab and build a green corridor inside out site. For social system, we will build more visitor facilities, such like bike lane and vegetation pavilions. Meantime, we will offer organic vegetation and portable water produced on site. In long term, the eco system on site merge with the surrounding landscape, meanwhile this productive park continually producing organic products. A high-tech machine combined with nature. This is fourth nature.

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FOURTH NATURE - SPRING This park will be the number one choice for surrounding residence and even all new yorkers and will be the recreation hub in every season, spring summer autumn and winter. The first nature is pure nature, the second nature is agriculture, the third nature is artificial garden, while our design is the new prototype of fourth nature.

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FOURTH NATURE -SUMMER This park will be the number one choice for surrounding residence and even all new yorkers and will be the recreation hub in every season, spring summer autumn and winter. The first nature is pure nature, the second nature is agriculture, the third nature is artificial garden, while our design is the new prototype of fourth nature.

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FOURTH NATURE - AUTUMN This park will be the number one choice for surrounding residence and even all new yorkers and will be the recreation hub in every season, spring summer autumn and winter. The first nature is pure nature, the second nature is agriculture, the third nature is artificial garden, while our design is the new prototype of fourth nature.

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FOURTH NATURE - WINTER This park will be the number one choice for surrounding residence and even all new yorkers and will be the recreation hub in every season, spring summer autumn and winter. The first nature is pure nature, the second nature is agriculture, the third nature is artificial garden, while our design is the new prototype of fourth nature.

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WATER FACILITY

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Stormwater from expressway and parking lots, are purified to supply irrigation water for phyto-remediation. And the rainwater which we harvest inside our site, are used to produce potable water and sold to citifield. Specifically, the water are purified step by step by coagulation tower and polymer tower, sterilized and disinfected by membrane filter, and finally stored in storage tower.

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City History Museum Experimental Prototype of Maintaining City Memory

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CITY MEMORY Theme: City History Museum 3rd Year Core Studio at Zhejiang University Group Work: Peiyu Ding, Ke Huang, Yan Li, Lingjie Xu Location: Hangzhou, China Prof: Wang Lei Hangzhou is a city full of history buildings and unexpected moments of beauty. This project proposes a city history museum recording the history development of Hangzhou. History is about the collective and continuous memory of this city, thus, to design a city history museum, I focus on the city memory. The site contains four types of buildings. With the construction of a new museum, these buildings would be razed and their memory lost. In my perspective, every buildings in this cities deserve the same right to be considered as composition of city memory. A city history museum could be built without erasing part of this city history. I applied Hermann Ebbinghaus’s “forgetting curve” and considered that after a long time, one may only remember the volumes of the buildings, which is the fundamental level of city memory. Therefore, my new city museum followed the existing building volumes, with a new-designed envelop, so that a completely new design contains memory by retaining volumes.

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SITE PLAN

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From the top view, we can distinguish the previous volumes from the new design. The site memory lies in the graphic pattern of volumes. This volume pattern is not only a graphic icon, but contains the space rhythm of previous site, which is the body experience of site memory. To add new site memory into this site, I use envelop to protect the existing volumes, and redefine a new site memory.

Existing Volume

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New Volume with Envelop


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AXONOMETRIC VIEW

Through the dissection of whole architecture, we can trace back to the previous buildings. The garden museum follows the previous volumes of random cabins, to form fluent space experience. The museum and the office area follows the previous volumes of grid-residence blocks, reprogramed to accommodate new functions. The huge parking building is transformed to a huge spiral museum. The big roof consolidate every section together.

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SECTION MODEL

Perspective 01 The museum section shows a “solid-void-solid� rhythm, which follows the previous space pattern.

Perspective 02 The spaces between curtain walls and solid volumes serve as a buffering space from streets to city museum.

Perspective 03 The spaces between curtain walls and solid volumes serve as a buffering space from streets to city museum.

Perspective 04 The previous small carbins are translated into a zigzag gardens, which fits the previous freedom pattern.

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ART, CITY MEMORY and FACADE

Frosted glass serves as proper material of the curtain wall, blurring images while still transmitting light, avoiding direct sun light to protect the art pieces.

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Inspired by the art piece, The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, I design this faรงade, using the building trash from the old buildings, as a monument for the old buildings.

Physical M Exhibited in Hangzhou Intern


The rotating louvers on the roof serves as a filter of the sunlight, rotating according the light environment.

Model 1ďźš50 national Design Week (IDW)

The zigzag façade reflects images from different directions, to form a collage image for this city, corresponding to the multi-facet city.

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STUDIO+ Theme: Architecture School Design GSAPP 2017 Summer Studio Group Work: Peiyu Ding, Rui Ma Participated in Concept Development, Drawing, 3D Modeling, Physical Model Prof: Eric Bonge & Mimi Hoang

To review the historical development of architectural education, we can tell the evolution from the guild to the interdisciplinary. The main characteristic of interdisciplinary is the indistinct boundary between architectural education and various field. So, the in-between boundary of architectural education and various field has begun to blur, why our architecture school still remain a distinct boundary between various function spaces, defined by rooms, separated by walls. An integrated space system is urgently needed to satisfy the trend of interdisciplinary architecture education. The core of this space system is of course the studio, the core space for a parallel school, and we try to use the studio to reorganize the functions of a parallel school, to rethink how walls and rooms can redefine and blur the boundaries. All the various fields related to architecture can be summarized into three main fields, art, science and technology. The most distinct space for the art, science and tech is gallery, library and fab lab. The function of studio is as the glue to merge them together. The aim is not to form a studio with a gallery, a library and a fab lab, but to form a gallery studio, a library studio and a fab studio, and all these three new defined space merges together to form a fluent studio+ space system.

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CONCEPT: STUDIO+

To review the historical development of architectural education, we can tell the evolution from the guild to the interdisciplinary. The main characteristic of interdisciplinary is the indistinct boundary between architectural education and various field. So, the in-between boundary of architectural education and various field has begun to blur, why our architecture school still remain a distinct boundary between various function spaces, defined by rooms, separated by walls. An integrated space system is urgently needed to satisfy the trend of interdisciplinary architecture education. The core of this space system is of course the studio, the core space for a parallel school, and we try to use the studio to reorganize the functions of a parallel school, to rethink how walls and rooms can redefine and blur the boundaries.

CONCEPT DIAGRAM

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architecture school

merge all function

three studio+ prototypes

studio+ system

All the various fields related to architecture can be summarized into three main fields, art, science and technology. The most distinct space for the art, science and tech is gallery, library and fab lab. The function of studio is as the glue to merge them together. The aim is not to form a studio with a gallery, a library and a fab lab, but to form a gallery studio, a library studio and a fab studio, and all these three new defined space merges together to form a fluent studio+ space system.


THREE SPACE PROTOTYPES

studio+labrary Library is a collective integration of small spaces, offering a cosy space for reading. With a studio plug in, the library integrates with communicational purposes. The form elements contain walls, apertures and bookshelves, and the diagram indicates how the activities vary according to these elements.

studio+gallery The gallery always negotiates on the relationship of seeing and being seen. To satisfy the various demands of privacy, we build several visual tunnels, which are the exhibition space of galley, and the hiding space is for studio.

studio+fab lab The studio+fab lab is about collaboration and getting your hands dirty. To accommodating all the people working together, we need one big space. Our prototype is a huge collective work platform with separated working rooms surrounding it.

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A GRADIENT SYSTEM

SECOND FL 1:10

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SECOND FLOO

From studio+library to studio+fab lab, the spaces gradually expand, from small reading spaces to large fab lab spaces. By overlapping all walls, we can easily tell a gradient changing system, while each studio+ spaces can be distinguished by its own logic.

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THREE SPACE PROTOTYPES

studio+fab lab The studio+fab lab is about collaboration and getting your hands dirty. To accommodating all the people working together, we need one big space. Our prototype is a huge collective work platform with separated working rooms surrounding it.

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studio+labrary Library is a collective integration of small spaces, offering a cosy space for reading. With a studio plug in, the library integrates with communicational purposes. The form elements contain walls, apertures and bookshelves, and the diagram indicates how the activities vary according to these elements.

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25*25*25 cube prototype

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100*20*15 bar prototype in site

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Phase 01 Prototype Study

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Fulbright University Vietnam Campus Green Utopia

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UNDER COVER Theme: Fulbright University Vietnam Campus Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam GSAPP 2017 Fall Studio Group Work (concept development): Peiyu Ding, Ned Lee, Enge Sun Individual Work (campus planning) Prof: Gregg Pasquarelli & Dana Getman

The project is about a campus planning for Fulbright University in Vietnam. It is the first time a campus coordinated by USA and Vietnam, requiring demonstrating the will of Vietnams to open to international education system and to fit in Vietnam’s lifestyle. Campus is a place more than obtaining knowledge. It affords a great opportunity for making communities and network. Therefore, we aimed our masterplan to maximize the interaction. Through the research about what Vietnam people love and hate, the outdoor spaces have become a hit word, but the outdoor space we talk about is outdoor door spaces under cover. Due to the extreme adequate sunshine and rainfall, Vietnams always live under covers, such as umbrella, hats and palm tree. To remaining the same atmosphere is the key concept for this design.

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CONCEPT

The project is to design a campus planning for Fullbright University Vietnam. It is a real project and the first time a campus coordinated by USA and Vietnam. The requirement is to demonstrate the will of Vietnams to open to international education system and to fit in Vietnam’s lifestyle. Due to the extreme adequate sunshine and rainfall, Vietnams always live under covers, such as umbrella, hats and palm tree. To remaining the same atmosphere is the key concept for this design.

Weather in Ho Chi Minh City

Relative Huminity

Located in South Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City city has a tropical climate. The average humidity level is 75%, average temperature is 28 °C. The city is generally warm, and has a monsoon season from May to November and a dry season from December to April.

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The roof pattern deprives from the shadow of the palm tree, to form a familiar shadow pattern for Vietnam people.

The level 2 is mostly about dedicated study, classrooms organized by public space, and different programs overlap each other a little, to promote interaction between different schools.

The Level 1 floor is organized by a huge slope, which intends to build the cozy feeling like walk on slopes. It would be more nature to walk on a slope rather than a platform.

The ground level is a valley park welcoming to everyone and same time, it is the main space in campus for sharing study.

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SLICE of SPACE

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The roof pattern deprives from the shadow of the palm tree, to form a familiar shadow pattern for Vietnam people. To satisfy the demands of this shadow pattern, a specific structure is designed. The roof structure has three layers, from trunk to twig, just like a palm tree. All three layers follow the Voronoi Pattern, that is, the beautiful shadow from the ceiling would be the result of structure.

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With this dedicated designed canopy, the palm tree shadow will cast on the floors, which give people in Vietnam a familiar feeling to study and work under it.


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UMBRELLA Theme: Therapeutic Center of Internet Addition Disorder Year-5 Core Studio at Zhejiang University, cooperated with San Pablo University, Spain Individual Work Location: Cuenca, Spain Prof: Zhi Qiu & Wenju Li The project aims to design a therapeutic center for Internet Addiction Disorder (IAD). IAD is the result of an individual’s desire to spend time online in excess, and the strategy for this project is reconnecting these IAD patients to society through social spaces. The site locates in Cuenca, a mount area near Madrid, well-known for its unique and beautiful landscape. It is also a challenge to use this landscape, thus, it is how to combine the scene with IAD therapy. The program system is divided into south and north part. The south part contains the main functional area, and the north part, facing a beautiful scenery, is design to be the interaction area. The form of north part follows the traditional Cuenca architecture, using the slope roof to indicate the function space. The south part is the reversion of the north part, a continuous roof, offering a great opportunity to interact and break the isolation of IAD patients.

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PLAN

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2nd floor plan

3rd floor plan

south elevation

east elevation

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Folding Community Center Experimental Prototype of Space Folding

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FOLD Theme: Community Center 2rd Year Core Studio at Zhejiang University Individual Work Location: Hangzhou, China Prof: Wang Junru Massive population and high population density are always hit topics in Chinese urbanization. Hangzhou, a super city in China, suffers the scarcity of land and over-crowded population density. This project is to design a community center for three communities facing the same problems. With over 17000 people cramming in these three communities and a limited 40m*40m site, it seems really harsh to design a community center satisfying all community members. I intend to use this community center as a prototype to explore the possibility for a limited space to hold as many functions as possible. Inspired by the novel, Folding Beijing, I explore the possibility to fold different spaces into one space, meantime folding multi-functions into one space. In the novel, workers work at night and then are packed into capsules, so that members of an upper class could enjoy the daytime. They fold multi-functional spaces into the same area by expanding their schedules to different time periods. Time expands, thus space could be folded. This principle is the key of this community center design.

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FOLDING BEIJING to FOLDING COMMUNITY

The novel Folding Beijing by Jingfang Hao describe a fantastic story. In the book, Beijing, a super city with millions of citizens, could be folded to accommodate all the citizens. Workers work at night and then packed into capsules. Those capsules are packed to the ground, so that members of an upper class could enjoy the daytime. They fold multi-functional spaces into the same area by expanding their schedules to different time periods. Inspired by this idea, when designing a community center in Hangzhou, another huge city, I started to use this idea to explore the prototype of a folding community center.

Traditional Pattern

17000/40*40

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17000*20%/40*40

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Folding City 17,058 *20% / 40m*40m

17000*70%/40*40 Folding Architecture

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The community center serve for three big communities, 17058 people. With a 40m*40m limited site, it seems impossible to hold all the demands for 17000 people. Inspired by Folding Beijing, I divide the clients into two group, the young and the old. Since the young and the old occupy the community center in different time periods, I see the potiential and possibility to do a folding community center.


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Through the prototype study, I got 12 different prototypes. Those prototypes can be classified as four basic space prototypes, platform, slope and two types of cross spaces. These four space prototypes reveal the possibility and the properties of folding spaces. For a folding community center, different spaces and functions weave together. The spaces are fluent and changeable for multi-functions. P : Poker CB : Coffee/Tea/Bar LM : Library/Movie SQ : Square SD : Dance Square

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SPACE MANIPULATION

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Platform P : Poker CB : Coffee/Tea/Bar LM : Library/Movie SQ : Square SD : Dance Square

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Through the study of prototypes, I got four different space prototypes. To design an architecture containing all the characteristic of folding, I overlap all the space prototypes to get a new form. Then, I cut and fold some small pieces to connect all the separated spaces.

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From the perspective view, we can see and feel the fluency and flexibility of this box. Flexible space fits the transitional functional demands, folding multi-function space into one box. Two main circulation system, the surrounding stair circulation and inter fluent slope system link all the spaces together.

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AXONOMETRIC VIEW

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FLOOR PLANS

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X-INFORMATION-A Elective Course, Fall 2017, GSAPP Group Work: Peiyu Ding, Jichao Sun, Xiaofei Huang Location: Hangzhou, China Prof: Lucien Wilson

General Info Project Name: High-rising Complex Location: Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China Area: Educational region in Hangzhou Architect: Student Final Thesis Building Type: Residential+Commercial Complex FAR: 2.1 GFA: 48500 sqm Programming: Residential, Commercial, Office, Cultural Recreation, Public Plaza

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position of towers

XY dimensions of towers

Z dimension of towers

rotation of towers

shodaw on surround building

view of deck

shadow on ground plaza

EVALUATION

view of towers

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Evaluation Tool ie

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Condition of T o To ers

Parametric Tool - so ist a Resolution of Analysis Panel -4*4m Criteria - ie Distance: 300m - ie ngle: -20 20 Average of no structed ie - Precedent Condition: .3 - Target Condition: 4.0

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Evaluation Tool

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Sunlight Hours of Existing Residential Building Parametric Tool - Occlusion Resolution of Analysis Panel -4*4m Criteria - Sunlight Hours on Winter Solstice (Dec. 21st) Average of Sunlight Hours - Precedent Condition: 10.3 - Target Condition: 10.5 Analysis Display

Performance - Hours of Average Sunlight

Evaluation Tool 3

Jichao Sun/Xiaofei Huang/Peiyu Ding

ie Condition of Roof Corridor Panorama - Custom Parametric Tool - Custom - so ist Criteria - ie Distance: 300m - ie ngle: 0 3 0 Parametric nput - ocation: 20 o tions - Sha e: 4 o tions - uilding Height: 4 o tions - T ist ngle: 3 o tions - Total ariation: 0 o tions Average of no structed Corridor ie - Precedent Condition: 31.5 - Target Condition: 50.0 Analysis Display - Polyline Height

Evaluation Tool

Jichao Sun/Xiaofei Huang/Peiyu Ding

Shading Hours of Pla a Parametric Tool - Occlusion Resolution of Analysis Panel -4*4m Criteria - Sun Shading Hours on Summer Solstice ( un. 21st) Average of Sunlight Hours - Precedent Condition: .1h - Target Condition: .0h Analysis Display

Performance - Hours of Pla a Sunlight is etter

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X-INFORMATION-B Theme: Regroup Mini Lots Elective Course, Fall 2017, GSAPP Group Work: Peiyu Ding, Jichao Sun, Xiaofei Huang Location: Hell's kitchen, New York Prof: Lucien Wilson

Macro to Micro Manhattan island is the kingdom of grid. If we zoom in and inspect every block, we will find some narrow and tiny building lots, which we called Mini Lots. Because of the limitation of tenants and footprint area, these lots suffer from lacking facilities, such as elevator. Comparing these mini lots with other bigger lots, we will find the bigger ones share the public facilities, so they can have a complete supply system. Ironically, these mini lots always line up as big blocks, but the inter space is still separated. It is a era for sharing. Through regrouping mini lots and build shared facilities, we can improve the quality of life in these areas.

step 01: building type first step is to find the residencial lots in the whole manhattan island.

step 02: footprint area second step is to focus on the mini lots whose footprint areas are less than 3000 sqf.

step 03: buildtyear third step is to choose the building built between 1900- 1960, which lack public facilities.

step 04: historical building forth step is to exclude the historical buildings and preservative area.

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Through intergating mini lots into big lots, we can achieve the same accommodation occupying smaller area, thus more open space could be released to highly improve the quality of communities. The core for this design is about the arrangement of open spaces and big lots, and comparison between various options.

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FAST PACE SLOW SPACE lective Course, Spring 2018, GSAPP Group Work Location: Columbia University, New York Prof: Mark Bearak ; Brigette M Borders

The concept of our project is to design a memorial installation for graduation students. Just like the graduation day, we expect our project could be remembered for a long time even though the physical form only stand for one day. The graduation is a turn point. The school build the basic knowledge frame of every student and we will continuously extend this frame after graduation, that is how we build our design, a frame for everyone to engage and add his own parts.

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prospective Site 01. Campus Level inside Buell Hall (indoor, under raining condition)

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JIMEI RESTAURANT Professional Work, AZL, Nanjing, China Project Location: Xiamen, China Phase: Design Completed 2016 · · · ·

draw the plans in Autocad and hatch the texture in Photoshop build 3d model of the design in Rhino do the bird view rendering for final presentation build the physical model ( hand cut & laser cut)

(19 集美)10 地块概念建筑方案设计

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AZL ARCHITECTS


Ground floor plan

Detial Drawing

砂浆卧瓦

排水沟

镂空花砖

玻璃顶

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OTHER WORKS

Community Entertainment Center Property: Individual Academic Work Zhejiang University Location: Hangzhou, China Tutor: Wang junru Date: Mar. 2014 –May. 2014

Master Studio Property: Individual Academic Work Zhejiang University Location: Hangzhou, China Tutor: Jin Fang Date: Aug. 2014 – Sep. 2014

Long Jing Hotel Property: Individual Academic Work Zhejiang University Location: Hangzhou, China Tutor: Pu Xincheng Date: Sep. 2014 – Nov. 2014

Residence Community Property: Individual Academic Work Zhejiang University Location: Hangzhou, China Tutor: Li Wenju Date: Mar. 2016 –May. 2016

Jiuzhou Stadium Property: Individual Academic Work Zhejiang University Location: Mianyang, China Tutor: Wang Zhu Date: Mar. 2016 –June. 2016

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Long-span Structure - TENON Property: Team Work / Team Leader Collaborator: Xu lingjie, Ye Chao, Wang Junxia Tutor: Qi Shanshan Date: Dec. 2014 – Jan. 2015 This project is to design a wood long-span structure. Inspired by the tenor, a traditional Chinese wood structure, I intend to design the whole structure installed piece by piece. The replaceable and renewable structure is the soul of Chinese wood structure.

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Pencil Sketch Drawing Hangzhou, China

Pen Sketch Drawing Qingdao, China

Watercolor Drawing Qingdao, China

Photography of New York New York, USA

Photography of New York New York, USA

Photography of New York New York, USA

Traditional Pavilion Mapping Property: Team Work with Chen Qi Location: Hangzhou, China Tutor: Zhang Yuyu Date: Mar.2016 - June. 2016

The “Liu Lang Wen Ying� pavilion is a famous Chinese traditional pavilion, ranked as top 10 scenery of west lake, Hangzhou. It was built in Song dynasty and since then, this pavilion has been mentioned well. The purpose of mapping this pavilion is to restore the data for a future maintenance.

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Achnowledgement I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude to my teachers as well as all the people who gave me the golden advices to finish this portfolio. Secondly I would also like to thank my parents and friends who helped me a lot in finalizing this project within the limited time frame.

New York NY 10025, USA | psd2119@columbia.edu +1 347 244 9990

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portfolio peiyu ding  

Peiyu Ding_selected works 2012-2017, Columbia University, GSAPP, MSAAD, + Zhejiang University, Bachelor of Architecture

portfolio peiyu ding  

Peiyu Ding_selected works 2012-2017, Columbia University, GSAPP, MSAAD, + Zhejiang University, Bachelor of Architecture

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