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Work Samples YAQUN CAI Selected Works 2013 Fall ~ 2016 Fall


ACADEMIC WORKS Rough Ground

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Glendinning Rock Garden Reinvention Brewerytown Gateway, East Fairmount Park, Philadelphia LARP 501, 2016 Fall

Info-Scape

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Intervention of Information and Image in Urban Space Design Research Wudaokou Area, Haidian District, Beijing Diploma Project, 2014 Spring

Transforming the Lakefront

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The Influence of Shichahai Lake on Urban Development and Waterfront Design Shichahai Lake, Xicheng District, Beijing City Layout Principle & Landscape Design 2, 2013 Spring

"Daytime Star"

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Parametric Outdoor Structure Design Architecture Ornament, 2012 Spring

PROFESSIONAL WORKS Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts Landscape Design

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Conceptual Design & Schematic Design Tianjin, China July, 2015

Linan Lakeside New City Waterfront Landscape Design Conceptual Design & Schematic Design Linan, Zhejiang, China May, 2015

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Academic Works

ROUGH GROUND Glendinning Rock Garden Reinvention Brewerytown Gateway, East Fairmount Park, Philadelphia

Instructor: Nick Pevzner 2016 Fall LARP 501, PennDesign Individual work

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Roughness and Smoothness

Original Triangulation

Existing Sections

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Armature Models & Plans

By contrasting particular properites of places effect people's motions when they traverse space. Create rough along smooth; Create slow along fast; Create calm along lound and crowded. Create dramatic moemnts when 3 contrasts meet, organizing 3 layers of movement. Different motions provoke different experiences, perspectives and definitions of one place.

The mountain biking path is fast, rough and response to topograph. The walking is slow, rough, more flexible in elevation changing. The cycling path is fast, smooth and also digged into ground for secure consideration.

Roughness/ Speed of Movement

Typology of Paths

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Abandoned Mountain biking trail Abandoned Mountain biking trail Abandoned Mountain biking trail Abandoned Mountain Abandonedbiking trail Mountain biking trail Biking Lane Biking Lane Biking Lane Biking Lane Biking Lane

Brewery Town Brewery Town Brewery Town Brewery Town Brewery Town

Existing Programs Existing Programs Existing Programs Existing Programs Existing Programs

Calm & Crowd

Calm & Crowd Calm & Crowd Calm & Crowd Calm & Crowd Calm & Crowd Connections & Circuations Connections & Circuations Connections & Circuations Connections & Circuations Connections & Circuations

Fast & Slow Biking Path Biking Path Biking Path Biking Path Biking Path

Fast & Slow Fast & Slow Fast & Slow Fast & Slow Fast & Slow

Calm & Crowd

Calm Fast&&Crowd Slow Fast &Crowd Slow Calm Rough &&Smooth Rough & Fast &Crowd Slow Calm &Smooth Contrast Moments

Rough & Contrast Moments Fast &Crowd Slow Calm &Smooth Contrast Moments Rough & Smooth Fast & Slow Contrast Moments Rough & Smooth Contrast Moments

Walking Path Walking Cycling Path Path

Cycling Path MountainWalking Biking Trail MountainWalking Biking Trail Cycling Path Path

Rough & Smooth Rough & Smooth Contrast Moments Rough & Smooth Contrast Moments Rough & Smooth Contrast Moments Rough Rough & Smooth Contrast Moments Contrast Moments

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Paths

MountainWalking Biking Trail Paths Cycling Path MountainCycling Biking Trail Paths Path

Mountain Biking Trail Paths

Contrast Moments

Wind Shelterbelt and Index

Paths

Armature Long Section

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Walking Path Cycling Path

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INFO-SCAPE Intervention of Information and Image in Urban Space Design Research Wudaokou Area, Haidian District, Beijing

Advisors: Xiaosheng Cui, Wen Liang 2014 Spring Diploma Project, Individual work 2014 National Thesis Project Award of China, Urban Design 2nd Prize, The 12th China Environmental Art Design Annual Award Best Creation

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BACKGROUND RESEARCH Historical Information

The historical information refers to the unique features and events , and the formation of local culture in the history of the place. Wudaokou had diverse social and cultural information from the early 20th century to nowadays, such as traffic, the film, street market, foreign culture, music, and so on.

The Jingzhang Railway

1905

The completion of the Jinzhang Railway.

2011 The Tsinghuayuan Station

1910

President Mao and The Communist

1949

“The Eight Colleges�

The Wudaokou Labour Union Club

The Wave of foreign students

2012

The completion of the Tsinghuayuan Station which was the fifth of the intersection and that was where the name of Wudaokou area came from.

Potential Information Composition of the Nationality of People

President Mao and many leaders of the Chinese Communist first entered Beijing through the Jinzhang Railway.

1952

The government decided to build the University Town around Wudaokou area which including the THU, PKU, CAU, BFU, CUG, BLCU, BHU, CUMT, UTB.

1958

The completion of the Wudaokou Labor Union Club, and its development stimulated the economic of Wudaokou area. It was the former of the Wudaokou theather.

1962

The establishment of the Beijing Language University brought large number of foreign students.

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Base on the statistical data of oversea students in China, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

PKU

THU CAU

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BLCU UTB

1990 Chinese Punk origin

1999

KOR USA TH RU JPN IDN IND PAK DEU KAZ FRA VNM MON MAL SGP UK The potential information refers to the information in the urban space that not reveal, but effect its character and definition. Wudaokou surrounding colleges, community, population, the composition of nationality should be as a kind of information in the city in the public space to express.

CUMT

CUG

BHU

Wudaokou area was the origin of the Chinese Rock music and Punk culture. It was the center of the Punk culture and many Chinese Rock Band originated in this area. The construction the Line 13.

The Line 13 Xiwang Community

2003 The Wudaokou Station

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Chengjian Community

The completion of the Wudaokou Station lead to the development of the economic, especially the bar, club, street market etc.

The completion of the Wudaokou Hualian Mall replaced the street market, flea market.

The Haidian Third primary school

Huaqingjiayuan Community

Zhananchu Community

Zhanchunyuan Community

Chengfu road Community

Nearby Facilities Colleges nearby Primary Schools Communities Wudaokou area is surrounded by several communities and 9 universities. And it is one of the most concentrated area that foreigners gather. These two factors would effect this area. And these kinds of information also should represent in the public space in order to help people to know this area. 08


Site Analysis

Infrastructure Info-layer

DESIGN PROCESS Design Concept Information & Programs Collage

BACKGROUND RESEARCH Contemporary Information

Historcial Information

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Facade Analysis Chengfu road

Road Network

Nearby Functions

Multi-national Info-layer

Potential Information

Information and Images & City Programs The information and images mainly represent as advertisements and public information in urban space. In the facade analysis, the major issue was that create connections between information, images and nearby programs and organize the typology of information.

Contemporary Activities Potential Activities

Commerical and Recreational Info-layer

Design Process

Chengfu road north

Define the commercial and recreational area.

Build 5*5m grid system in the commercial and recreational area.

Add the college ring area into the site and collage with the commercial and recreational area.

Chengfu road south

Make the commercial and recreational area which insides in the ring area to change form in order to establish the central area.

Bang !!!

Divide the Chengfu Road into several sections, and make it become the container of the multi-national system.

Add the Multi-national Info-layer and collage with other two layer.

Establish a new grid system.

Heqing road west

Facade Analysis

Typology of the Ads Food Live post Public service

Clothes

Commerce Digital products

ReGrocery creation store

The Connection between the Ads and its Space Divided Close None The major information that represent in the Wudaokou area is commercial information. The historical and potential information of the area mentioned above never show on any media in this area. The lack of part of the information lends to the absence of the experience in the city. The public space should represent the diversity of the information of the city and provide more possibility of experience in the city.

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DESIGN ANALYSIS Urban Events Sports Fields 01 Skate Playground

02 Playground & Amphitheatre

03 Urban Trampoline

04 Swing

Aim To build playground for Skate-boarding in order to maintain the original activitiy.

Aim To build the diversity of topography in order to create diverse possibilities of activities.

Aim To offer new installation for sports, and stimulate more interaction between people and site.

Aim To offer new facilities for kids in the playground. 05

Open Space 05 Interactive Bench

06 Info-bench

07 Info-grid Plaza

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13 10 09 09 Aim To create flexible urban furniture for people, and offer possibility for people to interact with urban space.

Aim Add interactive billboard in the plaza which in front of the Wudaokou Theater in order to offer diverse information.

Aim Add info-column alignment to offer information exchange and interactive activities.

Aim Each section of the sidewalk have particular national pavement or pattern and urban furniture.

09 Leisture Area

10 Corridor

11 Community Park

12 Forest

Aim Design topography in the college info-ring (layer) in orders to offer leisure area for people.

Aim To create view corridor by crating tree alignments and build visual connection.

Aim To offer small parks and fitness facilities for residents in nearby communities.

Aim To create bicycle lane for the overpass parking area in order to decentralize bicycle from main traffic and block noise of the train and

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Infrustructure 14 Overpass Parking

Aim To build connection be-tween people and history information.

Aim To create parking area under the overpass in order to fulfill the need.

More detailed urban events and activities, together with corresponding facilities were placed into each info-layer, providing more abundant use and experience for the people in this area.

01 Urban Trampoline 02 Skate Playground 03 Playground

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12 Forest

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URBAN CONTEXT Shichahai is an historic scenic area consisting of two lakes in the north of central Beijing in China. It locate in the northwest of the Forbidden City and northwest of the Beihai Lake. It consists of the following two lakes: Qianhai and Houhai. The purpose of this project was to find the relationship between urban and water space, and the spirit of this area .

TRANSFORMAING THE LAKEFRONT The Influence of Shichahai Lake on Urban Development and Waterfront Design Shichahai, Xicheng District, Beijing

Advisors: Wen Liang, Xiaofeng Fang 2013 Spring City Layout Principle & Landscape Design 2, Group work Collaborator: Bo Dong, Xiaoling Ding, Modi Qu, Chuzhong Xie Role: Site Research, Conceptual Design, Design Analysis, Computer Modeling, Graphic Design

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SITE RESEARCH

SITE RESEARCH Historical Evolution JIN Dynasty

Shichahai belongs to the Wenyu North Canal, and an historic scenic area consisting of two lakes, Qianhai, Houhai, in the north of central Beijing in China. It locate in the northwest of the Forbidden City and northwest of the Beihai Lake.

Jin set up its capital in Zhongdu, opened the Qionghua island and the Bailiantan Lake(the former Shichahai Lake).

Water System Chaobai River Wenyu North Canal Yongding River Daqing River Jiyun River Shichahai 336,000 m2

Kunming lake Beihai & Zhongnan Lake 2,200,000 m2 890,000 m2

Olympic Lake 1,220,000 m2

Chaoyang Lake 680,000 m2

The Bailiantan Lake (the former Shichahai Lake)

YUAN Dynasty Built the capital around the Qionghua island in the Bailiantan Lake and built the Central palace near the east coast. The Qionghua island

Longtan Park 300,000 m2

Yuyuantan Park 610,000 m2

Taoranting Park Lianhua Lake Zizhuyuan Park Tuanjie Lake 170,000 m2 157,800 m2 157,800 m2 46,000 m2

These 11 water spaces represent above are the main public water spaces inside the five ring road of Beijing.

MING & QING Dynasty Moved the capital to Beiping and changed its name to Beijng. The Jing mountain replaced the Qionghua island became the new geometrical center of the capital. The Qianhai Lake (the Shichahai Lake) and the Houhai Lake separated gradually. The Jing moutain

the Republic of China til Reconnected the Shichahai Lake, the Beihai Lake and the Zhongnanhai Lake. Enlarged the planning area, built brand new siheyuans and the Wanghailou tower in the Houhai, and developed the restaurant in the Baimi street, the Lotus market. The hub business around the Shichahai developed rapidly during the period of SARS.

The Zhongnanhai Lake

The Shichahai Lake The Beihai Lake

The Ritual Vulcan

Research Area & Design Intention Shichahai is an important public water space in Beijing since the Yuan dynasty. It is the part of the life of the people in Beijing. Today, Shichahai lake has become a popular tourist attraction in the city, and provide historical, cultural life for people in Beijing. We tried to investigated the connections between commerce, residents, water and the city and found the influence of water on other elements, and redefine the character of regions in the site and made a plan for its future transformation. 25

Lotus Market The Lotus Festival

Obon Holiday

Bath Horse

Skating

Chun Xi

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SITE RESEARCH 5 elements from “The Image of the City�

SITE RESEARCH The Current Activities & The Historical Activities

Kevin Lynch mentioned that users understood their surroundings in consistent and predictable ways, forming mental maps with five elements: Paths The streets, sidewalks, trails, and other channels in which people travel. Nodes The center of the human activities. Landmarks Focal points, intersections or location. Readily identifiable objects which serve as external reference points; Districts Edges Perceived boundaries such as walls, buildings, and shorelines.

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Nodes as the center of the generator of events . We will further divided it into different state like node connecting points, site entrances, stay spots to analyze the relationship between people and space in the field of state.

Districts and edge research mainly analysis the contemproray land use of the area that surrounding the Shichahai lake and the opening level to tourists and residents.

We attempted to analysis the demands of residents and tourists through the classification of the existing site activities, and compared with the evolvement of local activities in history.

By layering the evolvement of land use and local custom of Shichahai lake in different dynasty in Chinese history, we understood the historical context of this area and establish connections between contemproray residents, tourists and history.

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SITE RESEARCH The Sprit of Regions

These four mind diagram refer to the combinationof the site research and the image of Shichahai Lake from residents in each region. We realized the conflict between residents and tourists is the major problem. The development of the tourism become dominate the public space in Shichahai Lake.

DESIGN ANALYSIS Design Area

The lakefront of Shichahai lake is an important public water space in Beijing. We selected the east bank of the south part of the Shichahai Lake and half of the south bank the north part of the Shichahai Lake, because these two area have relatively more intense conflicts between residents and tourists, more residential activities and more lakefront space.

DESIGN ANALYSIS Design Layer Vegetation Lakefront

Ulmus pumila L. Ginkgo biloba Zelkova serrata Albizia julibrissin Durazz.

Pyrus sorotina.

Sorbaria kirilowii

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Paulownia 3

Sophora Salix matsudana japonica Linn. Koidz

Wetland

Scirpus tabernaemontani

Jasminum nudiflorum

Phyllostachys nigra

Lake

Acorus calamus Linn

Wetland

Nymphaea tetragona

Nelumbo nucifera

Ground cover

New Circulation Short cut Visiting circulation Nodes Road network Biycle lane Water

Forbidden area

Commerce

Residential area

Vegentaion

Attractions

Road

Pier

New Program Water area Open Space Pier Commerical Area Leisure Space Recreation Paths

DESIGN ANALYSIS Site Analysis

Water System Xihai Lake Shichahai Lake Beihai Lake

Bar Residential Residential building Super market Forbidden area School Temple Pier

Present Nearby Functions

Water area Water landscape Plants landscape Street landscape Historial landscape Cultural landscape

Original Landscape

Water area Potential Facade Node of Road Enterance City image

Potential Value

Song Qingling's former residence

Planning Strategies

Zhonglou Tower Gulou Tower

Water area Short cut Open space Protruded area Building setback area

Compostion of Space

Water area Residential Commerical Recreational

Atmosphere

Water area Core area Connected area Transition area Beginning

New Defined Area

Prince Gong' s Mansion

We combined the needs from residents and tourists with the reorganization of the program, region, circulation, atmosphere of the site in order to change the city image of Shichahai Lake in order to create a public waterfront that connect tourists and residents, reduce the conflicts between them.

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DESIGN ANALYSIS Visual Connection

View Distance III, d>300m View Distance I, d<100m Adjacent Building Obstruction Adjacent Canopy Obstruction View Distance II, 200<d<300m

Distant Landform Obstruction Distant Builing Obstruction Distant Canopy Obstruction Water Area Original Lookout Proposed Lookout

Landmarks Wanghai Tower Zhonglou Tower

Original Visual Connection Among Viewpoints

Proposed Visual Connections Among Viewpoints

Potenial Visual Connections Among Viewpoints Gulou Tower

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DESIGN ANALYSIS Hydrology Research

Wetland Management Floating Werland

Annual percentage Precipitation in Beijing (ml)

Lakefront Wetland

The precipitation anomaly percentage The moving average of the precipitation, 2011

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Scirpus tabernaemontani

Acorus calamus Linn

Ginkgo biloba Ulmus pumila L.

Scirpus tabernaemontani

Acorus cala- Ulmus pumila L. Ginkgo biloba Zelkova serrata mus Linn

Different kinds of wetland typologies were arranged in the site to response to different site situations and create different interaction between people and water. The floating wetland built by light structure were placed in area with wide water area like southern bank of the north part and south part; The lakefront wetland were placed in area with narrow water area.

The annual precipitation anomaly percentage and moving average of the precipitation, Beijing, 2011

Water Management Strategy

Xihai Lake

The source of the water of Shichahai Lake origins in Miyu Reservoir and flow into the lake by passing through the Kuning Lake in the Summer Palace, north moat. In this case, the water level is stable in a year. The water management strategies collect rainwater on rainy days, accelerate water recycle in the river through several gates. The permeable pavement can receive more rainwater and replenish groundwater. The wetlands were used to purify the polluted water.

Drainage Channel

Permeable Pavement Community Garden Rooftop Rain Garden

Rainwater Collection

Community Garden Lakefront Wetland

Water Recycle

Flood Drainage Xihai Lake Beihai Lake Shichahai Lake

Floating Wetland Lakefront Wetland

Water Quality improvement

Beihai Lake Zhongnanhai Lake

Flood Control

Roof Runoff

Floating Wetland

Surface Runoff Lakefront Wetland

Rainwater Collection System

Course gravel perimeter bio- filter

The rainwater follow the Chinese traditional roof to drop in ground, then it flows to the underground retention tank through pipes and can be recycled by the residents in that building again. The redundant water flows through underground pipes, cleaned by a series of steps, and finally discharge into the lake.

Overflow Pipe

Natural Infiltration

Permeable Paving Infiltration Overflow Pipe

Natural Infiltration

Drain Pipe

Retention Tank

Recycle

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Detail Model

"DAYTIME STAR" Parametric Outdoor Structure Design We intended to imitate the star in dark night in one space through effecting the light by controlling the surface of the space. And using different form, layer create a "daytime" star.

Advisors: Wen Liang, Dong Han 1:1 Node model with structure.

2012 Spring Architecture Ornament, Group Work Collaborator: Bo Dong, Modi Qu, Chuzhong Xie Role: Conceptual Design, Design Analysis, Computer Modeling, Node Model, Graphic Design

Perspective We used the parametric design as a control of the distribution of the openings in order to create a diverse lighting and shading effects. "Daytime Star" pavilion introduces a new experience in public space and represents natural phenomena in a more impressive way.

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Design Analysis City Identity

Professional Works

Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts Landscape Design Tianjin, China, July, 2015 Supervisor: Ana Paula Santos Conceptual Design & Schematic Design Role: Diagrams, Modeling, Masterplan Rendering, Detail Design Brick Memory Steel Memory

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Urban elements in red color used repeatedly in the space to create an unique image for the Fine Arts Academy landscape.

Program

The red elements connect regions in the campus visually, and create a flexible space in order to meet different activities and stimulate more interaction between people and landscape.

Urban Park Courtyards Entrances Amphitheater Sports

Covered Chillout Experiments Area Art Market Residential Pedestrian Bridge

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Design Analysis

Linan Lakeside New City

Eco System

Waterfront Landscape Design Linan, Zhejiang, China,May, 2015 Supervisor: Ana Paula Santos Conceptual Design & Schematic Design Role: Diagrams, Part of Masterplan, Econogical Design

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Bamboo Structure

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Bicycle Lane Raft Route Wetland Filtration

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Schematic Design & Design Development Stage Zhanjiang, Guangdong, China Role: Diagrams, Modeling, Masterplan Rendering, Detail Design Supervisor: Ana Paula Santos Oct, 2014 - Jan, 2015

Inner sea

围堰类型

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Outer sea

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断面图

断面图

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围堰类型

围堰类型

f

围堰标高与原剧场设计标高冲突较大。原设计中 在舞台和观众席之间引水的设计将要被修改或取 消。

Zhanjiang Cultural Center 海底 Landscape Design 钢筋混凝土结构

Urban Renovation in Chaowai Soho, Beijing Advisors: Eric Amir, Dan Su 2012 Spring Architecture Design, Indivival Work

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钢筋混凝土结构

天然石块

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Concept Design Sichuan, Chengdu, China Role: Diagrams, Modeling, Masterplan Rendering, Detail Design Supervisor: Ana Paula Santos Apr 2015

百年一遇高潮位

围堰类型

平均高潮位

平均高潮位 多年平均海面

断面图

场地内控制低水位

平均低潮位

围堰类型

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f 外海面

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围堰类型

平面图

内水面

百年一遇高潮位

平均高潮位 多年平均海面

Trim Scape

Sea Flower Island Landscape Design

Garden Renovation in Academy of Art & Design, THU,该处水面将被取消。 Beijing Advisors: Yunjia Guan 2012 Fall Landscape Design (1), Indivival Work

Concept Design Hainan, China Role: Diagrams, Modeling, Detail Design Supervisor: Ana Paula Santos Nov 2014

平均高潮位 场地内控制低水位

平均低潮位

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围堰类型

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