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2001-2008

PO-YI LEE PORTFOLIO

FOREWORD

PO-YI LEE ARCHITECTURE STUDENT

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This is a PORTFOLIO that presents how PO-YI LEE sees this World.

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CONTENT

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PO-YI LEE PORTFOLIO

2001-2008

D CITY

AEROBIC CITY

P.4

P.40

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

FACILITIES OF RELAXATION IN THE OFFICE

4P CITY PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

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2001-2008

PO-YI LEE PORTFOLIO

CONTENT

SINK CITY

INTER- CITY

TRAILING CITY

P.68

P.76

P.82

URBAN IN-FILL

MUSEUM OF JUNK

Library of Art Museum

RECONSTRUCTION OF AIRPLANE PLATFORM

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D CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

InstructorKwang-Tyng Wu TimeFifth-year (05-06)

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The development and thought of Modernism rapidly changed the style, feature and citizens’ behavior on this land. The improvement and achievement of technology


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2005-2006

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

3D CITY

View

Mountain?? We were restricted in the high tower. Only through windows can we look outside.

didn’t give us more inspiration and notion about the relationship between human and Nature. The aerial riverbanks, retaining walls and monotonous buildings.

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AGENT

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

Cutting off the sprawl of the urbanization by farms and greens, making people close to Nature The city hidden in the garden plays as a part of Nature

Building the high rise in the metropolis augmenting the green space of the city creating the living circumstance near Nature

With the development of automobiles and electricity engineering it is unnecessary to centralize all activities within the city “Spread out� will be the principle of future city planning

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D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

AGENT

Ebenezer Howard Gard en City

Le Corbusie r Radiant City

Frank Lloyd Wright Broadacre City

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ISSUE

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

In the 30’s, RADIANT CITY offered people some prospective vision of city, the development of LOW-DENSITY & HIGH-LEVEL structures invaded into human’s mind. Human seems to hold much more green space. In fact, people are enclosed by the building and far away from Nature.

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2005-2006

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

ISSUE

OUR WORLD The endless expansion and improvement of urbanization and suburbanization lead in this scene.

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ISSUE

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

About 3.7M2 Green Space Per Person in Taipei

1.92m 1.92m

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M

D

2005-2006

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

ISSUE

Development of Taipei History

2000

1970

1900

Scene Transformation of Taipei

Street Organic Grid System System

I am here

I am here

I am here

Section Friendly Colossal Scale Scale

11 Vision panoramic Where’s Skyline The Sky?


Future of 2D Conceptual Development

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ISSUE

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

2XXX

Street

Section I am here

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Vision


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2005-2006

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

ISSUE

This is the future city that follows the principle with the 2D conceptual development. Just like the movie, The FIFTH ELEMENT, here you can’t touch the land, there are only transportation flying above us in the sky. I am sure I don’t want to live here.

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TREND

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

CO 2 Emis sion Caus ed by Citi es & Cars

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Due to the evolution of technology and demands for personal space, the architecture form should be reconsidered consequently. It is not only a phenomenon but a trend as well.


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2005-2006

D

TREND

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

Major Problems Worldwide Last 22 COAL 7 y e a rs EUM s R OL y e a r P E Ts t 4 0 La

GY ER rs EN yea R EA 77 CL ast NU L

NA T Las URAL t 62 GA yea S rs

-LOW-

Reducing energy recources

Curve of population growth rate

(%) 3.5

Population growth rate of Taiwan

3.0 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.0

2016 Population begins to decrease

0.5

Population growth rate of the world

0.0 -0.5

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-1.0

1950

1960

1970

1980

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

(Year)


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TREND

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

Changes of Life Behavior

City (VOLUME) becomes more and more concentrated. Gradually, buildings gather to A VOLUME.

City (BEHAVIOR) becomes more and more deconcentrated. Gradually, buildings spread to small VOLUMES.

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By me ans of the high-density connection of the Internet, there’ll be vast changes in the distance & space amo ng different areas. The concentrated or dispersive areas become mo re condensed or mo re sparse. The feature of centralization amo ng areas become s mo re obvious. The Internet cooperation in a single area & the coexistence amo ng different areas become mo re impo rtant.


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2005-2006

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

TREND

Another Map of Taipei PRESENT

FUTURE

Map of Taipei will become different to the past in the near future. The primary border will disappear. Metropolis will congregate on some concentrated spots. The rest of the regions will be replaced by NATURE.

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STRATEGY

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

Let’s Imagine Another Future

Life behavior of surface attribute

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Because of the decline of spatial demands and the improvement of the Internet, the future life should be differentiated from the past. Thus, the strategy I adopt is to pile and remix the space with the concept of HIGH-DENSITY & LOW LEVEL to bring Nature into our daily life and extend more potential possibilities.


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2005-2006

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

STRATEGY

Life behavior of 3D mode space

Living hotel apartment house

office business work

bus parking MRT passenger way

mall shopping entertainment

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SITE

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

How to Choose The New Spot in Taipei

Bec aus e of the per iod of endl es s inf or mat ion, the dec line of the whol e popul at ion, the cons um pt ion of ener gy res our ces , cities ar e goi ng to be mor e and mor e conc ent rated. Th us , due to hum an’ s dependenc e on trans por tat ion, the spac e of fut ur e life will be at tac hed to the near by trans por tat ion system . Th e for mat ion of cities has had com pl et el y changed. “Digi tizat ion” not onl y changes the appea ranc e of ar chi tec tur e but al so our dai ly life. Differ ent pr ogra ms com bi ne to ea ch ot her. Th er e shoul d be som e new “pr oduc ts”. Th is new pr oduc t is a 20 CITY, a sel f-suf ficient city whi ch can fac e al l pr obl em s and mai nt ai n sus tai nabl e gr ow th.


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2005-2006

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

SITE

The Site Has Been Chosen

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TAIPEI CITY

ARTIFICIAL

271.7997 km2

156.7338 km2

100.0%

57.67%

HIGHTECH INDUSTRY 4.6367 km2 1.7%

AIRPORT 242.07 km2 0.89%

NATURAL 115.0659 km2

RIVER 16.1895 km2

42.33%

5.96%

MASS RAPID TRANSPORTATION

SUPER HIGHWAY

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SITE

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

Existing Conditions of the Site

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Mount Yangming

Keelung River

Mass Rapid Transportation

Highway

Neihu Technology Park

Taipei Airport

The rule: using the existing conditions to maximize the possibility of this future city and a better future life. This city contains everything. It is a concentrated micro city. And it needs to follow the rule of HIGH-DENSITY & LOW LEVEL as well.


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2005-2006

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

SITE

A SelfSufficient City

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ECO-DESIGN

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

How to Maintain Self -Sufficienc y

Sun

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Sun-receptive area

S S 3

Cavern it to be pervious to light

O l i

Caverned areas

W N 9

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2005-2006

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

Wind

ECO-DESIGN

Water

Summer Southwest wind 3 months

Wind

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Open the door to lead Southwest wind into D CITY

Leading Keelung River intothe city, make it closer to our life, and disperse the surface heat

Wind

Winter (perennial monsoon) Northeast wind 9 months

Branches of Keelung River

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M/s 17.1 13.8

W

E

10.7 7.9 5.4 3.3 0

S

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Concept Model

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ECO-DESIGN

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006


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D

2005-2006

Agricultu re

13.7%

ECO-DESIGN

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

Forest

44.8%

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Actually, it’s a mountain. So we got a lot of fresh air!

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4,120,000m crops offer 16666 citizens

Water

0.32% Rainfall Catchment

29.5%

Energy Solar Energy

Irrigation Cleaning Playing Lavatory

NOW Taipei Average monthly rainfall-176.2mm Average monthly rainfall-13.6 days

Set solar power panel on direct-faced area

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46.2% rainfall directly flows into the ocean 33.3% evaporates in the sun Only 20.5% is conserved

D CITY

Wind Energy

Raise to 81.5% recycling rate

Sewage Treatment

Build wind turbines on northeast area

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ECO-DESIGN

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

Housing & Offices

1.03%

2005-2006

Leisure

5.42%

Living in nature Located in sunreceptive area

Industry

Circular tramway system makes entertainment close to life

0.15% Metal Chemical Plastic Wood Food Leather

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4.39%

Waste Wasteplex

Recycles from production areas, and generates bio-mass energy


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2005-2006

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

ECO-DESIGN

A SelfSufficient City

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4 1

5

6

2

1.Forest

5.Agriculture

2.Forest

6.Water

3.Entertainment

7.Farm

4.Environment

8.Producing

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Masterplan

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DESIGN

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

In te rn at io na l Co nn ec ti on Na ti on al Co nn ec ti on Ci ty Co nn ec ti on In ne r Ci ty Co nn ec ti on

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Airport Parking Space Green Space Wind Turbines


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D

2005-2006

The development of urban cuts off Nature extension

DESIGN

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

Riverbank

Highway

SITE

Buildings

Make the inner part of D CITY convected

Lead river and its branches

WATER

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Regain old watercourse to bring water into daily life

NATURE

Stretch from the Mount Yangming, Emerging from the ground

Forest

Wind Turbines

TRANSPORTATION

WIND POWER

Take advantage of the ridge to generate wind power

Solar Power Panel Parking Space

Inside Connecting Spot

Outside Connecting Spot

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DESIGN

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

Canal of Life

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Each D CITY contained 12 main Canals of Life, and be connected by their branches. Canals of Life transmit the nutrients that produced in factories to each apartment, restaurant or anywhere they needed and then recycle the waste back to wasteplex. Its hollow structures enable the D CITY to convected inside. It’s a rapid vertical movement, too. It is like the blood vessel of human, vascular bundle of plants.

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2005-2006

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

DESIGN

UP DN

6m

1m

12m

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DESIGN

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006

Plan Long Section

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D

2005-2006

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

DESIGN

1L Mall

Theater

School

Living Leisure

Culture

Agriculture

35 Eat


Explosion

Residence Leisure Recreation Culture

Structure Canal of Life Trams Station

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Mountain Wind Turbine Water Producing Recycling Agriculture

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DESIGN

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

2005-2006


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2005-2006

D

CITY

OUNTAIN DIMENSION

DESIGN

Canal of Life Rainfall Catchment

Pool

Housing

Farms

Irrigation

Agriculture

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AEROBIC CITY Facilities of relaxation in the office

Instr uctor Chen- Cheng Chen TimeFourt h-yea r (Sep. 04- Jan. 05)

Award of Distinction form.Z Joint Study Program

Hi! how are you today ?

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Office workers have quite repetitive days in general. I have chosen an eye-catching building in this dull city. Inside and around this building that looks so serious, I set up the colorful boxes that I designed, hoping these remedies can somehow


AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

AEROBIC CITY

LIFE

2004-2005

People in Taipei are always springing their clockworks. They don’t have time for vacation. So, what can we do in the office ?

Not bad, only worked 12 hours!

relax this tense city. I have set up seven spaces for office workers to enjoy and improve the quality of their daily lives. LIFE COULD BE BETTER, COULD’ T IT ?

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SCENARIO

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AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

2004-2005

This is a story about an ordinary office staff and his repetitive life.


2004-2005

AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

SCENARIO

Working in the Office Just Like...

Always being monitored by your boss.

If you lay down your job for a while..

He will use mechanical arms to hang you..

Like a doll!

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CONVEYER

AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

2004-2005

8:30 AM Ready to Work?

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He walked out from subway and found out that there’s a conveyer near the station. The strip he walked on is moving in the opposite direction; this means he has to walk twice as fast to move ahead. This resembles the struggle and difficulty on the way to work. In addition, as he walks on the strip, the exercise makes him feel energetic and starts to wake him up.


2004-2005

AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

STAGE

8:45 AM Need Some Energy!

Everybody is gathered at the front door of the company, and steps up to the platform; “let’s start the day with our slogan, to promote our morale. You can also tell all your complaints or confess to the ones you love.”

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FILE ROOM

AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

2004-2005

10:00 AM My Happiest Hour of the Day

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Beside the bathroom, the file room is the only place where he can go to have a little break. While he is on the way to the file room, he meets her. They have an unspoken understanding to meet here. When he talks to her through the semi transparency of the digital file room, it is his happiest time of the day.


2004-2005

AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

TAICHI

11:30 AM To Stretch Yourself!

Concentrating on his screen, the screen saver displays several little figures doing gymnastics and Taichi, which reminds him to do some exercises. In the mean time, the camera transmits all the exercising scenes to the front door, to remind people to slack off.

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JUICE BAR

12:25 PM Take a Break, Have a Soft Drink

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AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

2004-2005


2004-2005

AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

JUICE BAR

He just had a greasy lunch and is now hoping to have a healthful juice to clean up his intestines. In the Juice Bar, he orders a wheat-grass juice that he grows his own wheat-grass in his office. The bar is like a vending machine, moving up and down through each floor.

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SHOOTING

AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

2004-2005

16:40 PM @&%_*#!+...

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He finished the review meeting. The boss was not happy about it. There are a lot of emotion to let go. Walking into the shooting field and picking up the squirt gun, he targets the moving subway cart and shoots just like in the shooting games.


2004-2005

AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

BOSS RUN!

Rolling & Rolling, Working Like a Mouse

Wealthy bosses always go to a gym for exercising , but I think if you need exercise, it has to be in the outdoors. Why lock yourself in a room just like the rats, which play with their wheel?

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THE END

AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

2004-2005

LIFE CAN BE BETTER!

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2004-2005

AEROBIC CITY FACILITIES OF RELAXATION

THE END

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4P CITY P ARKING P ARK P AVILION P LAY

Look! Taipei 101 InstructorKwang-Tyng Wu TimeFifth-year (Sep.05-Nov.05)

Wow...

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TAIPEI 101 is the most famous building of Taipei. It is a structure filling with a lot of symbolic language, he stands there just like telling everybody” come and consume!”. This street, the site, is now being a long-linear parking lot, an undesigned


4P

4P CITY

CITY

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

What is going to happen among a major street, an old community and a new 4P city?

Interface

2005

(accident) one. Surroundings are an old community of residential-business district with a lot of restaurants, and a route connecting two major roads. I take the concept of symbolic language to start this proposal.

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SITE

4P

Present Condition

SITE

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CITY

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

2005


4P

2005

CITY

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

ANALYSIS

Main Line

Main Line

One-way traffic -Ca use ve ry compl ex traffic -Da ngerous for pedestrians

Disused fire alley -Ol d neighborhood -Filled wi th restaurants on first floor -Squalid circums tance

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STRATEGY

4P

CITY

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

2005

Renew & Redefine

Obviousl y, no matt er parking sp ace, busi ness sp ace, re cre ation sp ace, gre en sp ace, or living enviro nment were not abundant for the condition of this si te now. So, my st rategy is to re new and re define this si te with a whole community re const ruction view to develop my pro posa l. Recre ating the neighboring office building, busi ness sp ace and living enviro nment at the one time, not just only build a good parking lot. Offering more poss ibility to this si te. Thus, I disa ss emble and re mix 4P into each exist ent pro gram. They are Office Worker Parking Lot, Visi tor & Consu mer 58 Parking Lot and Local Resi dent Parking Lot. Each is att ached to original building facade. Moving ro ads down to su bterranean, giving the su rface back to lives.


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2005

Office staff Parking Lot User: office staff Stay Duration: 480mins

4P

CITY

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

STRATEGY

Masterplan

Visitor & Consumer Parking Lot User: consumers Stay Duration: 120mins

Local Resident Parking Lot User: residents Stay Duration: 660mins

Drive Through Moving Path User: drivers Stay Duration: 5mins

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DESIGN

4P

CITY

2005

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

Plan

D C

C B

Office staff Parking Lot

UNDE RSTRE ET

PARK ING

PARK B

Visitor & Consumer Parking Lot

SPOR TING

Local Resident Parking Lot

PARK ING

PARK A

POND

60 A

C'


2005

4P

CITY

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

DESIGN

PUT THE STREETS DOWN TO SUBTERRANEAN Giving the ground back to residents and people who come to have fun. Creating a new interface between old building and park, verticalizing the parking space and exhibiting front the new facade.

D

61 Plan High: 0m

Plan High: -2.70m

Plan High: -5.80m


DESIGN

4P

CITY

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

This Local is a Real Building Resident in Parking TaipeiLot

Parking Roof

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0m

-5.80m

2005

LONG SECTION

Pond

Green Belt of Fire Alley

Elevator


4P

2005

CITY

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

DESIGN

LONG SECTION

Pond

N

Housing

PLAN

Housing

Extending Backstreet

-2.70m -5.80m

AA

SECTION

The roof becomes your own parking space. The entrance changes to the back side, and the backstreet stretch toward the park, enabling people get outside easily.

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DESIGN

4P

CITY

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

This is a Real Visitor Building & Consumer in TaipeiLot Parking

2005

LONG SECTION

Extending commerce to the site

PLAN

N

LIGHT

WING PAVILION PARK

PLAY

PARKING -2.70m -5.80m

BB SECTION

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Extending the commerce behavior to the site, and uplifting to second floor. Creating a new interface between old commerce space and public square. Using a exhibition way to park cars.


2005

4P

CITY

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

DESIGN

LONG SECTION

Commerce Space

Parking Space

Under-Street Commerce Space

+3.00m

0m -2.70m -5.80m

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DESIGN

4P

Office Worker Parking Lot

Office Building Planted Curtain Wall Convenience Store Parking Space

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0m

-5.80m

CITY

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

2005

LONG SECTION


2005

4P

CITY

PARKING PARK PAVILION PLAY

DESIGN

Glass

Grass

Elevation

N

Plan

I create an interface for the site. Keeping the frame of the curtain wall, but I change the glass into plant. Decorating the beautiful curtain for our street, somehow it is kind of silence protest. And I set 7-11 store for those busy office workers nearby. The moving parking space and people are acting a drama behind the curtain.

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SINK CITY URBAN IN-FILL

MUSEUM OF JUNK

Instr uctor Teng- Kuei Yang TimeSecon d-yea r (Apr. 03-Ju n.03)

Where is the land ?

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This is a museum that exhibits JUNK. Because of the context of the site, I choose to sink my museum down to subterranean. The east of the site is a green belt


Where is the building ?

Context

2003

SINK

CITY

M0USEUM OF JUNK

SINK CITY

When we construct a building in the metropolis, can we leave some space for people to breath?

of MRT, and the west side is Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei. The underground museum allows the connection between MRT & MOCA.

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CONTEXT

SINK

CITY

M0USEUM OF JUNK

2003

Endless street houses

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The site was facing an only 4 meters road, no sidewalk for pedestrian, and neighborhood building are all about 5 to 7 floor high. When walking on this small street, the feeling is so oppressive.


2003

SINK

CITY

M0USEUM OF JUNK

CONTEXT

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DESIGN

SINK

CITY

M0USEUM OF JUNK

2003

Extensive Skyline

CROSS SECTION GIFT STORE

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EXHIBITION AREA

AUDITORIUM

LOBBY RESTAURANT


2003

SINK

CITY

M0USEUM OF JUNK

GF PLAN GF ENTRANCE

DESIGN

WEST ELEVATION RAMP

SKYLIGHT

PLATFORM

N

Connected with MRT The immersed museum gives citizen a place to breath. Meanwhile, on the surface, green belt can extend to MOCA through the Museum of JUNK, and under the ground, people can enter the Museum of JUNK directly through the underground exit of MRT.

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DESIGN

SINK

CITY

2003

M0USEUM OF JUNK

To Experience Living in Boat Below Ground

EAST ELEVATION

B1 B2 PLAN GIFT STORE EXHIBITION AREA

RESTAURANT JUNK

LOBBY

N

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2003

SINK

CITY

M0USEUM OF JUNK

DESIGN

B3 B4 PLAN

T

EXHIBITION AREA AUDITORIUM

N

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INTER- CITY Library of Fine Art Museum

TimeJunio r-yea r (Apr. 04-Ju n.04)

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Weave

Instr uctor Shau- Pin Chen When construction steps in the park, how do they coexist?

The context of site consists of an existing art museum and a public park. Therefore, how to integrate a library into landscape became what I tried to challenge with. >


2004

Library!

INTER- CITY Library of Museum

INTER- CITY

Landscape!

> I adopted “weaving” as concept to initiate my project, so the new library is interweaved with landscape and people can easily interact with the library and the environment.

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CONTEXT

INTER- CITY

2004

Library of Museum

Existing Elements

+

->

Taipei Fine Art Museum The basic element of museum is “tube”, interlacing and interlocking to form various spaces and volumes.

Installation Art Park This is an over-design Park ;and rare people spend their leisure time here. This is where the library will be implanted in.

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I extract the elements from the original museum and the environment. Subsequently, existing museum, landscape and new library begin to interweave to each other. The “tube” will be submerged or emerge from the landscape.


INTER- CITY

2004

Library of Museum

CONCEPT

Sketch & Sections

A

Bar

Lobby

Collection

B

C

A

79 Collection

Auditorium

Collection

B

C


DESIGN

INTER- CITY Library of Museum

2004

Plan & Section

大會議室

會議室

館長辦公室

會議室

接待室

開放辦公室 儲藏室

主管辦公室

Entrance Administration

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INTER- CITY

2004

Library of Museum

DESIGN

Bar

室外飲料吧 +0

DN

-100

-300

出納服務台 -300 演 講 表 演 廳 電腦查詢區

DN

-100

+0

還書區

DN

寄物櫃台

電腦 查詢區 -300 一般書庫

-100

DN

-200

-300

DN DN

-400

DN

-400

珍貴圖書

視聽教室 期刊閱覽室

-300

入口

DN -200

+0

Periodical

Seats

Auditorium

Lobby

General Collection

Special Collection

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TRAILING CITY

Instr uctor Kuang -Chei n Bee TimeSecon d-yea r (02) Award Natio nal Colle ge Creat ive Pract ice Conte st

RECONSTRUCTION OF AIRPLANE PLATFORM

1

2

3

6

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This is an actual construction through our discussing, drawing, 3D modeling, and constructing. We adopted “trailing” as design concept, used Form-Z to calculate the suitable form for the site, and then undertook the model slicing to gain each dissection for actual construction with a special wood-material method.


TRAILING CITY

2002

4

RESTRUCTION OF AIRPLANE PLATFORM

TRAILING CITY

5

7

8

9

1.Destroy the original platform 2.Slicing 3Dmodel to gain each section 3.Constructing with the section 4.Modulizing 5.Assembling piece by piece 6.7.Real section 8.9. Final view 10.Second term(next year)

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THE END

PO-YI LEE PORTFOLIO

2001-2008

Biography

1982 Po-Yi Lee . Taipei . 2001-2006 Tamkang University . Department of Architecture . 2007-2008 RongSheu Architects & Associates. Honor and Awards 2003 .(see P.82-P.83) Honorable Mention. International University Student Creativity-In-Action Contest. National Science Council. 2004. Commendation. Urban Nomad Film Festival. Urban Nomad.

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2005. (see P.40-P.53) Award of Distinction. FormZ Joint Study Program. Auto路des路sys, Inc.

Award winners in THE ACADIA 2005 CONFERENCE


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