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CURRICULUM VITAE

STANLEY CHUANG

PORTFOLIO


LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

STANLEY CHUANG

URBANISM


............. CURRICULUM VITAE AA PORTFOLIO ............. DESIGN RESEARCH ............. CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE - CHINA ............. COMPETITION - RIJEKA, CROATIA WORK PORTFOLIO ............. MSP MARTHA SCHWARTZ PARTNERS ............. TERENCE O’ROURKE LTD ............. LIU KUO LTD ............. EXHIBITIONS

STANLEY CHUANG

CONTACT 51 Crediton Road London NW10 3DT United Kingdom t: +44 7403325536 chuanghsuehyen@hotmail.com

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


CURRICULUM VITAE

STANLEY CHUANG Nationality: Taiwanese Date of Birth: 03/07/1986 Gender: Male

Education 2010 – 2011

AA Architectural Association (UK)

MA Landscape Urbanism

2010

EC Design School (Taiwan)

Design Visualisation Diploma

2008 – 2009

The University of Sheffield (UK)

MLA(PGDip) Landscape Architecture

Tremough Campus, Penryn

2006 2004 – 2007

Revival Arts Academy (Taiwan) The University of Sheffield (UK)

Campus extension masterplan

BA(UGDip) Landscape Architecture with Planning

1998 – 2004

American International School of Budapest (Hungary)

Graduation Diploma & International Baccalaureate Diploma

Work Experience 2011 MSP Martha Schwartz Partners (UK)

Landscape Architecture & Urbanism Project Designer

2008 – 2010

Bad Recreation (UK)

Merchandising & Branding Co-Founder & Partner

UK Projects: South West Bicester Urban extension scheme of a mixed use development (116.5 ha) adjoining Bicester Outlet Shopping Centre

Trumpington Meadows Mixed use development of 1000 residential units and a 60ha country park on the southern fringe of Cambridge

Stanway, Colchester Masterplan Mixed use development proposal

SITA Incinerator Park Landscape planning and design

Upton Sustainable Urban Extension

Urban design and landscape design for the competition entry

China Projects: Hong Xing Lu Public Realm Regeneration Competition scheme to design the public realm around the proposed luxury shopping complex in Chengdu - streetscape, public squares, etc.

Vanke Centre (Horizontal Skyscraper) Landscape design proposal for the Horizontal Skyscrapers proposed by Steven Holl Architects, in Shenzhen.

2007 – 2008

Terence O’Rourke Ltd. (UK)

Wangjing Soho Landscape Design

2006

Six Nations Ltd. (Taiwan)

Taiwan Projects: Yet-San Park Regeneration

Planning Design Consultancy (RTPI Award Winner) Assistant Landscape Architect Landscape Planning and Design Landscape Designer

Landscape design proposal around one of Zaha Hadid's latest projects in Beijing, China.

Design and project management for the government bid scheme - achieved first prize out of 16 design entries.

Additional Experience/Awards 2008 – 2010 President of Sheffield & Sheffield Hallam Taiwanese Society 2008 – 2009 Activity Organiser of SUROCUK 2006 Hong Kong Electronics Fair Stand Design 2006 Invitation to WYLC (World Young Leaders Conference) in Washington DC 2004 Gold Honor Roll Award in American International School of Budapest 2004 Orphanage Aid (Hungary) 2004 Casa Speranta AIDS Orphanage Aid (Romania)

Language Skills

English, Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese

Computer Skills

Microsoft Office Packages, Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, AutoCAD, Vectorworks, CoralDraw, Sketchup, 3ds Max, VRay Render. CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION

DESIGN RESERACH

MA LANDSCAPE URBANISM Landscape as infrastructure has become the most effective means to explore the relationship between natural process and the city a model of connective, scalar and temporal operations through which the urban is conceived and engaged with. Current infrastructure is standardised and monofunctional. Landscape Urbanism seeks to integrate larger ecological processes. Landscape Urbanism is transdisciplinary, using the urban and landscape dynamics to project new material interventions, integrating knowledge and techniques from environmental engineering, urban strategy, landscape ecology, and employs the science of complexity and emergence, and the tools of digital design.


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TACTICAL RESISTANCE

A design methodology that is qualitatively informed and territorially specific, identifies the production of dynamic spaces

MULTIDICIPLINARY METHODOLOGIES

RAPIDITY OF URBAN GROWTH

INDEXICAL MODELS / MESHING Precise analytical diagramming and data readings to understand field information (social, material, ecological) and intricate relationships at multiple scales, driven by spatial or temporal forces. The indexical information, well-structured and parametrically controlled by internal logic, has the latent capacity to initiate design organisation. It is an implicit technique to manifest and differentiate the informative processes, and helps to establish sophisticated systems at work.

Traditional planning for urbanisation failed to function as desired, the rapidity of growth also triggered generic cities rapidly being built. There is a clear need for an adaptive practice and urban development methodology that manoeuvres itself according to changing conditions and yet perfectly blends with the context.

SENSITIVE SYSTEMS / SCRIPTING PROTOTYPES Development of a malleable system/prototype capable of continuous transformation - responsiveness to variation and differentiation based on individual specificity. The formative process engages with different logics of proliferation to contribute to strategically-integrated systems (networked systems) in the proposed territory.

The project agenda has been involved in the genesis of a development methodology that could be implied easily on different context to derive a solution, or has the capability to adapt (and re-adapt) to changing scenarios.

The physical appearance need not always be ‘the grid’, but rather intricately and subtly shaped through territorial conditions respecting aspects prevailing over the spaces.

in the case of China

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI

AA DESIGN RESEARCH

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ETABOLIC URBANISM A new morphological framework where urban and rural processes of land use are combined, becoming more self-sufficient in mediating agricultural, municipal and industrial activities within the environmental ecology regionally. It provides potentiality of a new operative system to challenge homogeneous planning and generic zoning.


ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION

CAPILLARY

INFRASTRUCTURE

FINAL DESIGN PROJECT - JINTANG ISLAND, CHINA Jintang Island is an island in the Zhoushan prefecture-level city in China’s northeastern Zhejiang province. It has a population of about 58,000. It is one of the closest islands to the continental shore of Zhejiang, being only 3.4 km from Ningbo. Total land area is 77.85 km2, and is beautifully diversified with hills and dale - the highest point being 503 metres above sea level. Jintang has 49.2 km of coastline, 15.7km of it is more than 15m deep and the island is sheltered by the archipelago at the outskirt of the ocean - thus making it an ideal location for port development (forming the ‘Golden Triangle’ of container port development with Ningbo). Due to recent completion of Jintang Bridge directly connecting the island with Mainland China, consequently the island has since experienced rapid rate of urbanisation. The government planning authority identifies Jintang as a core area for container port development as well as tourism.


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GOVERNMENT PROPOSAL - Port Development for 2020

The significance of Jintang’s port development is not to be understated. According to the government’s plan, Jintang is expected to handle 14,300,000 TEUs per year after the completion in year 2020, which suddenly puts it in the global context, ranking among the busiest container ports in the world. Together with Ningbo Port just across the shore, the region will become one of the top 5 sea shipping bases worldwide. This will bring insurmountable pressures to the island.

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


ECONOMIC SETTING

GOVERNMENT PROPOSAL

- Port City’s Landuse Zoning and Reclamation

Due to the shortage of available land for future development, a considerable amount of land must be reclaimed. Reclamation works will support the island’s urban expansion, however the government’s proposal shows a lack of sensitivity towards patterns of inhabitation - and the conventional planning approach shows a severe dominance of zoning, monofunctioning landuse and compartmentalisaion.


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SOCIAL ATLAS

- Urbanisation and What Next? The growth of Jintang Island will bring demographic change - influx of skilled workers to support new businesses and industries, etc. As an effective model for future growth, we must pay close attention to the robustness, adaptiveness and flexibility to accommodate such urbanisation and its changes over time. Port activities will inevitably become the economic driver for Jintang Island, but how long it can be sustained is in question - cases of failure and redundancy. In preparation for the legacy, the proposal should offer transformative potentials in case of future port decline. CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


PORT CITY PARADIGM POROUS PORT CONFIGURATION The concept is to introduce porosity into the upcoming industrial port - bands of corridors (logistic, ecological, and social) penetrate from the coastline into existing cities. Allowing more interaction increases its resilience to future change in case the port no longer becomes the main economic driver for Jintang Island.

CONVENTIONAL PORT PLANNING Compartmentalised zoning approach ensures maximum industrial efficiency, however at the same time, also inflexibly prone to failure in the long term.

PUNCTUATED POROSITY - Growth Diagram

CAPILLARY

INFRASTRUCTURE

The island is a potential hub for a performative infrastructure. The intent is to exploit this by looking at infrastructure not as a superficial engineered layer but as an integrated part of the system. Like an organism - as feeders which transfer most efficiently to increase the social, economic and ecological values, and as a medium to connect thereby making it an effective model for future growth.


TERRITORIAL SUPPORT

CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE

- Port Allocation

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


SLOPE ANALYSIS - Port Allocation


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EROSION RISK ANALYSIS The topography adjacent to the coastline (southern part of Jintang Island predominantly because of the anticipated port industry) is tested superimposition of slope conditions with water runoff to obtain approximate areas of high erosion risk. The higher the volume of slope water runoff and with the steepest slope conditions, the higher the risk of erosion. CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


PRODUCTIVITY AND CONNECTIVITY

The areas are established through year-round shadow analysis, which helps to identify potential areas for high agricultural productivity - for plums and fritillary.

The ideal areas for planting either plums or fritillaria are the slopes on the terrain. The optimum range of slope would be within 1:2.5 - 1:5. However, plums require more water and constant sunlight as opposed to fritillaria, whilst fritillaria require continous bands of much larger agricultural plots in comparison to that of plums.

Due to complexity of the existing slope, the connectivity mesh establishes all possible routes of connections (min. gradient of 1:12) through the slope - potential movement flows.


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WATER RUNOFF ANALYSIS The island will be experiencing shortage of water because of its isolation from the Mainland. Water flow pattern of the territory informs the potential zones where runoff water could be naturally conserved following its topographical pattern. The indexical drawing shows a water runoff pattern where contours are close enough to form a niche within to converge maximum water flowing down from top of the mountain thus providing enough scope to create retention ponds. CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


INFRASTRUCTURE PROLIFERATION - Requirements of Orientation

In a typical urban fabric, the connections tend to be denser and of wider angles as opposed to rural areas where patterns tend to be linearised. The prototypical branching system connects to every existing infrastructural node that falls within its angle criteria (see above), which forms the maximum possibilities of efficient urban flows guided by requirements of orientation.


INFRASTRUCTURE PROLIFERATION

Identification of optimised routes eliminates unperformative connections previously established. At this point the network has become more legible and hierarchical in terms of directional qualities.

CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE

- Primary Possibilities

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


COASTAL PROLIFERATION - Branching System

Based on the water volume at each concentration point, the initiating points are categorised - the higher the volume, the stronger the initiating point and thus the further the point is able to branch out into the sea as reclaimed land or piers. The branching system for coastal reclamation connects via the rhomboid mesh created around the coastline via a branching methodology developed. Reclamation occurs only at areas where the ground condition or resources support, which incorporates all indexical readings into consideration to form a performative expansion for future urban growth.


The branching structure represents a system of connections where the root structure supports the duplicating branches. The root structure is given a bigger volumn to function as a centralised hub for the various activities accomodated along the branching sytem, forming an efficient pattern of inhabitation. The assigned dimensions also relate to fabric sizes to allow flexibility to accommodate programmatic variations.

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI

CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE

COASTAL CONFIGURATION


CANAL MORPHOLOGY - Networked Water System

Water plays a main role in the formation of the new urban morphology in terms of strategies of reclamation, etc. The water system itself, as sets of canals, will also efficiently cater for future growth. From retention ponds uphill, water is transported downhill via a series of smaller canals following gradient mesh, and wherever the area has been identified as ideal plantation zones, canals are aligned parallel to the contours for contour farming and drip irrigation system. Proposed canals eventually connect to existing canals or new canals in the valley.


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TERRITORIAL STRUCTURE - The New Urban Grid

According to hierarchy of roads and water volume in the canals, points are designated at varying distances as the base for the territorial mesh to connect - arterial and primary roads have wider intervals thus creating structural lines (or grid) able to accommodate more extensive programmes; similarly an area of canals with low water volume will generate a finer mesh allowing intricate programmatic activities. The formation of the territorial grid provides a guiding base for the new urban form.

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


CORRIDORS The urban morphology and arrangement of programmes are determined by the corridors identified, which involves a series of strategic proposals to weave the territory into organised and interlinking flows.


CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE

FABRIC FORMULATION & ARCHITECTURAL TECTONICS

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


DENSITY DISTRIBUTION STRATEGY

Assuming the relationship between green open space and urban development is crucial for any urban setting, here, a set of rules for density distribution is developed to generate an urban field with varying densities that correspond to the character of those spaces. The application of density information results in a differentiated field that can be developed into different basic built typologies.


Plug-in Buit Forms

The concept of thickened ground is applied to describe the spatial strategy for Jintang Island. The implementation seeks to contribute to a more interactive figure ground relationship between the ‘built system’ and the ‘soft system’. Through thickness and complexity, different programmes and land uses are able to combine - thus creating a mixture of programmes rather than typical compartmentalised land use zoning approach. The open-ended spatial result has the capacity to combine public green space, built form and infrastructural elements. The application of the thickened ground strategy helps to merge the requirement of larger fabrics with smaller fabrics, thus increasing the overall value, open space usage, and life at street levels. In addition, the movement of logistics can be treated separately through thickness, thus eliminating strong traffic barriers within civic streetscapes.

Folded Landscape Carpet

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Ground Podiums

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ITE VOLUTION - Multi-layered Morphology The built fabric adaptively react to urban and contextual density parameters (heterogeneity) while while maintaining a coherent urban structure with integrated open spaces. The overall tectonic system is an inter-articulated surfaces (folded carpet and podiums), a thicked ground, that demonstrate the correlation with the environment. Additional massing can be applied on top as plug-in units to increase habitation at high density areas.

Ground System (Hardscape & Softscape

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI

CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE

THICKENED GROUND


MASTERPLAN

The proposed masterplan reacts adaptively to accommodate different contextual requirements as well as to the existing ground and social conditions. It’s a legible organisation within an intricate system of order where the infrastructural proposals produce an efficient pattern to control navigation and generate diversification within the urban fabric - deliberately increasing the complexity to reinterpret the government’s masterplan (mono-functioning organisation). The landscape from the topography bleeds into the industrial piers. The intermingling of infrastructures provide the scope to respond to potential changes during the course of the city’s lifespan.

MASTERPLAN (PODIUM LEVELS)


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MASTERPLAN

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION COMPETITION - RIJEKA, CROATIA Contemporary social and environmental conditions pose significant challenges to normative design practices. Landscape Urbanism sets out to develop new modes of practice which directly engage with the ways economic, political and material processes continuously reconfigure the city. On the competition, we operated by synthesising the dynamic and temporal forces that shape Rijeka’s urban landscape with the generative and organisational potentials of materials developed through abstract organisational systems.

PATCHING THE CITY


COMPETITION RIJEKA, CROATIA CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


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ANGJING OHO ANDSCAPE ESIGN - Zaha Hadid’s Building Complex (Beijing, China)

WORK PORTFOLIO Primary involvement has been in the formulation of design concepts and project designs, working in teams to produce proposals.

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ANKE ENTRE ANDSCAPE ESIGN - Steven Holl’s Horizontal Skyscraper (Shenzhen, China)

MARTHA SCHWARTZ PARTNERS


HONG XING LU LANDSCAPE COMPETITION

WORK PORTFOLIO

- Wharf China’s Shopping Complex and Interchange (Chengdu, China)

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


TERENCE O’ROURKE LTD.

WORK PORTFOLIO


KEY PROJECTS

- Landscape Design / Planning & Masterplanning BOURNEMOUTH TRAVEL INTERCHANGE A landscape design proposal for the travel interchange at Bournemouth Station - dealing with conflicting users and traffic flows.

SOUTH WEST BICESTER Development of a sustainable new quarter for Bicester covering 1,500 homes, new schools, commercial and healthcare uses, public open space and a mised use local centre. In addition to the strategic masterplan, there are also detailed preliminary proposals for key public realms to create better sense of place. TRUMPINGTON MEADOWS The proposed scheme occupies 150 hectares of land at the southern fringe of Cambridge in close proximity to Trumpington’s centre and travel interchange. The preliminary masterplan seeks to respond to the site’s surrounding context, and to develop 1,000 new homes, community facilities and an extensive country park.

WORK PORTFOLIO

UPTON SUSTAINABLE URBAN EXTENSION A collaborative bid scheme - sustainable mixed use development that incorporates housing, commercial uses, schools, community hall, transport links, and a host of environmental technologies.

STANWAY MASTERPLAN The masterplanning proposal that includes housing, public open space and an ecological country park on the southern fringe of Stanway, Colchester. The design embraces the natural landscape of the site to generate a new image for Stanway.

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


WORK PORTFOLIO CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


WORK PORTFOLIO

LIU KUO LTD. (TAIWAN)

YET-SAN PARK REGENERATION The competition scheme achieved the highest score out of sixteen applications from other design firms during the committee appraisal. The construction project has been completed in 2008.


WORK PORTFOLIO CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


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ROJECT EVIEW XHIBITION ( ONDON) - June 2011 (Architectural Association, Bedford Square)

EXHIBITION PRESENTATION


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ANDSCAPE RBANSIM ORKSHOP XHIBITION ( - Dec 2010 (Hong Kong University Campus, Shanghai)

FINAL JURY PRESENTATION (LONDON)

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UBLIC OMPETITION - Mar 2011 (City Hall, Rijeka)

PRESENTATION (CROATIA)

EXHIBITION PRESENTATION

- Sep 2011 (Architectural Association, Bedford Square)

CURRICULUM VITAE STANLEY CHUANG

PROJECT PORTFOLIO AA DESIGN RESEARCH / CAPILLARY INFRASTRUCTURE CHINA / COMPETITION RIJEKA / MSP PARTNERS / TERENCE O’ROURKE / LIU KUO

EXHIBITIONS LONDON / RIJEKA / SHANGHAI


PORTFOLIO - STANLEY CHUANG  

CV AA Landscape Urbanism - Design Research AA Project - Capillary Infrastructure Additional Work Portfolio

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