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PORTFOLIO Landscape Architecture RENWEI WANG

renwei0214@gmail.com|0966335099

Collection of works from 2015-2018, Tunghai University


Education

Curriculum Vitae

Ren Wei Wang

2015/09 Present

Department of Landscape Architecture - Tunghai University

2012/09 2015/06

Art Class - National Taichung First Senior High

Experience

1997/02/14 0966335099

2016/08

Volunteer - Conservation Volunteers Australia Planting trees in south west Victoria for 2 weeks.

2017/07

Vice President - Student Association of L.A Department

2017/022018/01

Coordinator - Landscape Architecture Camp Coordinated a 4-day, 30-person summer camp event.

2018/012018/02

Intern - Tunghai Space Design Co. Ltd. Investigating trees, evaluating design ideas, making diagrams, activating building facade.

renwei0214@gmail.com

Since I contacted the field of plants when I was in senior high, I began to be interested in landscape. How to live life with nature harmoniously is the issue which I most concern about.

Honors 2016/09

Winning Prize - Competition of Hanxi Drainage Planning

2017/11

Scholarship - Tunghai University Presidential Award

Professional Skills & Interests Adobe - Photoshop, InDesign Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, PowerPoint 3D - Auto CAD, 3DMAX, Sketch Up Art - Drawing, Painting Nature - Gardening


Contents

Design Projects 01

Oceanponics - foodscape for the future

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The Heart of Thousand Ponds - Taoyuan art museum landscape design

10-15

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Concerto 'Four Seasons' - part of Hanxi landscape design

16-19

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Landform Botanical Garden - the low altitude waterfront zone

20-23

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Other Works Sketches

24-25

Models

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Oceanponics - foodscape for the future Ching Khun-sin, Jiangjyun, Tainan, Taiwan Landcape DesignCompetition|2017/09|Ren Wei Wang, Yi Tsz Lin

As the sea level rises rapidly, the decreasing farmland has become one of serious issues nowadays. In the future, farmland in costal areas will face extinction. To face the rising sea level, we try not to resist but adjust it. Ching Khunsin was a salt field before, here has become an abandoned area from the salt industry of Taiwan went down in history in 2002. However,in 2017, Cing Khun-sin was listed as a national scenic area. In this project, we try to last the local fabric of landscape, and inject power in it to adjust the crisis of submergence. The new Ching Khun-sin will float on the sea, produce food by using sea water, and provide habitat for animals. Every part will form a strong ecology system, coexist with the ocean peacefully. 4


Location

Salt Field

Issue

Fishing Village

2017

2100

Harbor Taiwan, Tainan

History

Ching Khun-sin

Jiangjyun Dist,

At the end of 21st century, the farmland of Taiwan will decrease about 70%

Agricultural Area

Land Filling Construction

22%

42%

Stop Salt Prducing Salt Industry Began

Isolated Island

1904

1941

1977

2002

Abandoned

2017

Human Activity

Speak of the farmland of Taiwan, Tainan is main agricultural center. Oceanponics

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Concept

CO2

Oyster Reef

N2

Landscape

Conbine

3-

HCO

Industry

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Ca

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NH4

Ocean

Human

Market

Aquaponics Farm

Oyster Forest

Mangrove Jungle

Food Providing Job Opportunity

Water Conserving Organic vegetables

Carbon Fixation Curbing the Eutrophication

Animals Habitat Anti-Wave Ecological Education

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Coexist

The oyster reef are natural filters of nutrients in the water, providing habitats for microorganism, fish, shrimp to live in.

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Infrastructure

Hydrology Recycle Crops

Crops

Oyster

Fish

Shrimp

Algae Mangrove

Soil Purification Nonwoven

Biology Recycle Fresh Water

Buffer

Steel PVC Panel Aquaponics

Filtration

Flood Detention

Oyster Reef

Oceanponics

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Visuals

Oyster Forest

Aquaponics Farm 8


Market

Oceanponics

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The Heart of Thousand Ponds - Taoyuan art museum Taoyuan Museum of Arts, Chunli, Taoyuan, Taiwan Landscape Design Academic Project|2017/11|Ren Wei Wang

Because of the tableland landform, climate, and soil, it is hard to storage water in Taoyuan. In the early days, in order to respond the demand on agriculture, there were many ponds developed for irrigation. These ponds caused the landscape of Taoyuan. With the rapid development of industry, the function of the ponds has gradually disappeaered, which leads to these ponds are built for indusytry or living. In this project, the art museum will combine with the pond, which can provide functions shuch as flood detention, habitats creating, leisure serving, and so on. In addition, the tourism will be brought by the art museum, insert energy into the community of the site, and creat an art park coexists with ponds harmoniously. 10


Location Outlet Chintan Pak Site Taiwan, Taoyuan

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Lao-Jie River Rui-Shi Community

Internaional Baseball Stadium

Chunli

Site Analysis Hydrology

Climate

NE Monsoon (Oct. - Feb.)

Traffic

Space

Landform

MRT

Main Road

Urban Fabric 1F 2F 3F 4F Vacant Space

85-85.5 85.5-86 86-86.5 86.5-87 87-87.5 (m)

The Heart of Thousnd ponds

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Concept Community to be modest, museum stretch from the community

Pond Recreation

Ecology

dig under to obstruct the view of buildings

Space Form

Outdoor Displaying

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Lawn

Art Museum

Outdoor Theater

Community

Sunken - creat space

Open - enough space Embedded - modest, to take activities conform the landform

Sunken - combine plaza and theater space

Implied - be alert by pavement changing

Hidden - obstruct the view of buildings and MRT by sunken landform

Reflecting - trees serve as the front view of art museum

Connnected - contact the museum and the community

Uplift - the uplift cofe' corridor can enjoy the view of Lao-Jie river

Open - get through between museum and community


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The Heart of Thousnd ponds

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Section Index

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Lawn

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Rui-Shi Community

Art Museum

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Art Museum

Pond

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C' Plaza

Cofe' Corridor

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Artist Workshop Art Plaza

Section Elevation

D' 0 2

6

10m


Visuals

perspective of art museum from the path in the morning

perspective of art museum from the path at night with lighting effects

The Heart of Thousnd ponds

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03

Concerto 'Four Seasons' - part of Hanxi landscape design Hanxi, Dali, Taichung, Taiwan Landscape Design Academic Project|2016/09|Ren Wei Wang

The site is located on the upstream of the Hanxi river, which has abundant animals living in. In view of all this, it couldn't be designed in over-artificial way. Instead, the upflit wooden pathway is adopted as the main route. There are four decks in different sizes and heights stretching from the pathway, which creat the different space experiences of four seasons. To define an area of four seasons, the plants which have different features in every season are planted on this site, and set up plant indicators as well, in order to acheive the purpose of observing and education at the same time.

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Site Analysis Traffic Flow

Hanxi River

Issue

Solution

It's hard to enter into the river bank because of the jungle.

In order not to disturb ecology of the river bank, the main route will be uplifted, stretching from road to river.

The jungle on the river bank is overgrown.

Use seasonal plants and set up plant indicators to improve educational purport and maintain the ecology.

The view of river is wide because the river embankment lies high.

The pathway streching from river embankment, which enlarges the advantage of uplift landform, can take view all of the river around, and the degree of disturbance is lower as well.

Guoxing Park Vehicle People Bus

Plant

Hanxi River Farmland

Visual Hanxi River

Bamboo

Bamboo

Jungle

Guoxing Park Good Bad

Concerto 'Four seasons'

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B' A

B

A'

Plan

A'

A Vernal Avenue

Estival Avenue

B

Hivernal Avenue

B' Road Path

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Autumnal Avenue

Season Forest

River

Path

0 2

6

10m

Section Elevation


Plants Blooming Table

JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC Yellow blossom with fragrance Red blossom

Michelia compressa Tabebuia rosea Chionanthus retusus

White blossom

Pterocarya stenoptera

Green blossom

Wisteria

Purple blossom

Jacaranda mimosifolia

Purple blossom

Cassia fistula

Yellow blossom

Koelreuteria elegans

Yellow and Red blossom

Taxodium distichum

Red leaves

Liquidambar formosana

Red leaves Red leaves

Acer serrulatum Barringtonia racemosa

Pink blossom at night

Triadica sebifera

Spring

Red leaves

Summer

Autumn

Winter

Visuals Concerto 'Four seasons'

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04

Landform Botanical Garden - the low altitude waterfront zone

Tunghai Farm, Tunghai University, Xitun, Taichung, Taiwan Plant Design Academic Project|2017/03|Ren Wei Wang (Masterplanning: Bo Liang Liu, Wan Ting Lin, Bing Yi Zhang, Yu Fang Zeng, Ren Wei Wang) There are five zones in landfom botanical garden: the low altitude flat zone, the low altitude waterfront zone, the middle altitude waterfront zone, the middle altitude hill zone, the high altitude mountain zone, which are divided by landforms in Taiwan and combined with different environments. By recognizing different plants in different altitudes and landforms, and providing good leisure space to people to relax, in order to acheive the purpose of recreation and education. In terms of plants selection, the native plants in Taiwan are considered priorly, in addition to improving the people's recognition of native plants, it can also stablizie the ecology of local environment.

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Location

Layer

Hydrology

Taiwan, Taichung

Partition

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mid altitude hill zone

Xitun

Tunghai University, Farm

Trail

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high altitude mountain zone

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middle altitude waterfront zone

Contour Line

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low altitude waterfront zone

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low altitude flat zone

Master Plan Landform Botanical Garden

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A11 A12

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A7 A8

A10

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A6 A9

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C' B

S4

Aquatic Plants Index A1

S6

A2

S3 S1 Tree

Shrub S1

Rhaphiolepis indica L. H ≧ 50cm W ≧ 40cm

S2

Syzygium buxifolium

S3

Rhodomyrtus tomentosa

Hernandia nymphiifolia H ≧ 3m W ≧ 3m ø ≧ 5cm

S4

Plumbago zeylanica L.

Barringtonia racemosa H ≧ 2m W ≧ 2m ø ≧ 5cm

S5

Vitex trifolia L.

Lagerstroemia subcostata H ≧ 2m W ≧ 1m ø ≧ 4cm

S6

Hypericum formosanum

Chionanthus retusus Melia azedarach Salix warburgii

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S2

H ≧ 3m W ≧ 2m ø ≧ 7cm

H ≧ 3m W ≧ 2m ø ≧ 7cm H ≧ 5m W ≧ 3m ø ≧ 6cm

H ≧ 20cm W ≧ 10cm H ≧ 20cm W ≧ 10cm

H ≧ 20cm W ≧ 10cm

H ≧ 20cm W ≧ 10cm H ≧ 25cm W ≧ 15cm

Planting Plan 0

5

10

15

25m


A'

A

B

C

0

1

2

3

5m

C' Section Elevation

Aquatic Plant Cyclosorus parasitica A1

H ≧ 20cm

A7

Typha orientalis

H ≧ 50cm Flowering Time: Jun.-Dec.

A2

Nephrolepis hirsutula

H ≧ 20cm

A8

Eleocharis dulcis

H ≧ 50cm Flowering Time: Sep.-Dec.

A3

Commelina benghalensis

A9

Equisetum hyemale

A4

Nuphar shimadai

A10

Hygrophila pogonocalyx H ≧ 50cm

A5

Ludwigia taiwanensis

H ≧ 10cm Flowering Time: Mar.-Nov.

A11

Persicaria orientalis

H ≧ 50cm Flowering Time: Jun.-Sep.

A6

Nymphoides cristata

H ≧ 10cm Flowering Time: Jul.-Sep.

A12

Polygonum glabrum

H ≧ 50cm Flowering Time: Jun.-Sep.

H ≧ 10cm Flowering Time: May-Oct.

H ≧ 10cm Flowering Time: Oct.-Nov.

H ≧ 50cm Flowering Time: Dec.-Feb

Landform Botanical Garden

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Sketches

Wannon Falls Pen, 297*210mm, 2016/08, Sketch in Australia

Public Bath in Spirited Away Pen, 210*297mm, 2016/10, Imitate 24

Looking Down into The City Pen&Colorpencil, 297*210mm, 2016/03, Academic


Native Plants of Taiwan - Fruit Series*4 Pen, 15*15cm *4, 2016/12, Freehand

Native Plants of Taiwan - Flower Series Pen&Watercolor, 10*10cm *2, 2017/07, Freehand Sketches

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Models

Space Volume Model Wood, 72*72mm, S:1/125, 2015/11, Academic 26

Roaming in the Garden Model 210*297mm, S:1/100, 2016/03, Academic


Concernto 'Four Season' - Hanxi Landscape Design Model 600*2000mm, S:1/100, 2016/09, Academic

Dwelling in Fuchun Moutain Model 594*841mm, S:1/100, 2017/03, Academic

Return to Nature - Tunghai University Entrance Design Model 400*600mm, S:1/200, 2016/12, Academic Models

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Renwei Wang Landscape Architecture Portfolio Tunghai University 2018  

collection of works form 2015-2018

Renwei Wang Landscape Architecture Portfolio Tunghai University 2018  

collection of works form 2015-2018

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