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Mushroom Healing Fukushima, Japan, Shuying Wu Core Studio II Instructor: Natalie Yates

WU,SHUYING P O R T F O L I O

Landscape

Character

System

Influence

Time

flora fauna human system force

climate water soil scale

society culture policy externalities

maintenance evolvement emergence failure


Shuying Wu Master’s degree Email: shuying.wu@wustl.edu Mobile: 314.397.2862 Mailing: 741 Eastgate Ave., Apt 1S, St. Louis, MO 63130

E M P LOYM E N T

Jan. 2018 Beijing

Directed design of pergola Drew Photoshop rendering of productive landscape / AutoCAD engineering drawing of pergola  Built SketchUp model of pergola

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Wa sh in g to n U n ive r s ity in St. Louis

Aug. 2016-NOW St. Louis, MO

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Carried site plan design of streetscape & paving Produced Rhino model and Photoshop rendering / engineering construction drawing  Managed furniture design and modeling  Designed Forest Park Playscape Project brochure

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B e i jin g Tsi n g h u a Tongheng Ur ban P la n n i n g & De si g n Ins titute

Aug. - Nov. 2014 Beijing

July, 2013 - Jan. 2015 Beijing

May, 2013 Boston, MA

Sept. - Nov. 2012 Beijing

July, - Sept. 2011 Beijing

Full-time Architecture Intern Landscape Intern

Graduate Research Assistant–landscape architecture Book Editor

C u re p o r t In co rp o rated

Full-time Landscape Intern

 Researched possible ecological and socio-political problems related to utility tunnel in Japan

Beijing Institute of Architectural Design (BIAD)  Conducted master plan and landscape design for Chinese Academy of Sciences

2017 St. Louis, MO

2016 2015 Full-time Landscape Intern

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St. Louis, MO

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Beijing

Project Constructor

URBAN PLANNING / 2012 Na Co

Founder Photographer

GRAPHIC DESIGN iP 2014 Ha St

Interpreter

 Translated for leaders of Cureport Incorporated

Urbanization Architecture Atelier ( UAA )

2017 WIPP, NM

2017

Led conceptual design for private Reba Estate in Carneton, Zambia

 Recognized by newspaper and magazine / held exhibition / published books

Hatfield, MO

2018

Detailed AutoCAD site planning of 20km tourist attractions

F OT OX S tu d io

LANDSCAPE 2018

Hatfield, MO

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Fo u n d Ri ve r C o . L t d

Nov. 2013 - Jan. 2014 Beijing

Assisted in schematic landscape design Be responsible for hand-drawing perspectives and diagrams / Digital drawing of Baden Project and Skatepark / Book Layout of the Baden Project / Tree survey

A rb o l o p e S tu d i o

Jun. - Aug. 2016 St. Louis, MO

Tu re n sca p e

AWAR DS

Urban Planning Research Assistant

Urban Planning Designer Assistant

PHOTOGRAPHY 2014

Pe Be

2013

Pe Sh Ya

2013

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2012

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Sept. 2008 to Jun. 2013

Aug. 2015 to May 2018

EDUCATI ON Honor Awards

SLA St. Louis Chapter conomy: A Restoration Tool

Merit Awards

Third Prize

nova Competition olitical Landscape: THE VIZ

First Prize

Second Prize

ew Sun Real Estate Design Competition

Special Nominated

RESEARCH ational Undergraduate School Survey ompetition in China

First Prize

ersonal photography work featured in hanghai Weekly and the Architecture of an Yuan

ersonal photography work featured in hotographers' Companion

Master’s degree

Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts Washington University in St. Louis (WashU)

Specialty:

Landscape Architecture

Computer Skills

• CAD (AutoCAD, Rhino) • Visualization (Rhino 3d, SketchUp) • Adobe (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Lightroom, AfterEffects) • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) • Geographic Information System (ArcMap) • Basic C programming language

Language

• Advanced fluency in English: speaking, listening, reading and writing; • Basic greeting communication in Korean, Japanese, and Spanish; • Native Mandarin speaker; • Chinese to English Interpretor.

Hobbies

• Photography • Video editing • Graphic design (Poster, brochure, CD cover, Phone case) • Hand-drawing (Watercolor, Oil painting, Acrylic painting, Drawing) • Playing the piano

Personality

Optimistic and practical, I am a teamworker and efficient communicator. I am self-motivated to achieve and surpass client expectations. I love the challenge of balancing multiple tasks and take pride in managing my time effectively in order to produce meaningful design.

First Prize

ersonal Photography work featured in eijing Youth Daily

Won Burch Cup hosted by China hotographer’s Association

Urban Planning

Merit Awards

nova Competition rban Orchard

Phone Shell Design Competition design for arvard School of Public Health Chinese tudents Association

Specialty:

50 TOPLIST

iang Xin Li Community Design

SLA St. Louis Chapter Minimum to Maximum

College of Urban and Environmental Sciences Peking University (PKU)

PERSONA L SK IL LS

SLA St. Louis Chapter vian Awareness

rch out loud Nuclear Landmark for a Waste Isolation Site International Open deas Competition he 61st Stink National Park

Bachelor’s degree

Third Prize


Master’s degree

WU, SHUYING

Email: shuying.wu@wustl.edu Mobile: 314.397.2862 Mailing: 741 Eastgate Ave., Apt 1S, St. Louis, MO 63130

P RO JE CT E X P ER I EN CES

JAN. 2018

Turenscape, Architecture / Landscape Intern

Nov. 2017 Wash U, Professional Liaison, Xtreme LA Team A member

Aug. 2017 Anova Competition, Teamwork: Rory Thibault, Sebastian Jin

Sept.2017-NOW Wash U, Research Assistant

July. - Aug. 2017 Arbolope Studio, Landscape Summer Intern

July. 2017 Arbolope Studio, Landscape Summer Intern

Jun. - July.2017 Arbolope Studio, Landscape Summer Intern

Ac a de m i c Rod Barnett

Prof Cha Was rodb

Eric Ellingsen

Ass Mas Was eric

REF EREN CES

Wuyuan, Jiangxi Province, Tourist Attraction  Designed eco-friendly pergola that suppor ted plant growth with traditional Chinese Hui Style. Optimized limited budget materials and created collapsible shade to adapt to the local rainy climate. Xtreme LA Challenge  Contributed to a three-day workshop to solve Wells Goodfellow's chronic floods and food deser t. Ideas included encouraging bioretentions and check dams on site, and establishing city farms on vacant land, to provide both fresh produce and job opportunities. Political Landscape: THE VIZ  United a socio-politically sensitive neighborhood with a landscape that stitched community, memory, and future together. Slightly massaged the topography and introduced a multi-functional furniture, significant changes arose and human inspection and projection may occur. Wells Goodfellow Skatepark  Currently collaborating with Green City Coalition to design a green space skatepark. Conducting plans including connecting vacant space around private proper ties in accordance to the MSD demolition process. The green space aims to create a safe public space for Wells Goodfellow residents. Arbolope Studio Furniture  Led the design of a wavy-shape bookshelf, and built Rhino models and made Photoshop renderings. Tower Grove Streetscape  Reconciled pedestrian, driver and client needs to develop a multi-functional linear streetscape corridor to alleviate traffic and unsafe walking, driving conditions. 100 North  Cooperated with Studio Gang to design a triple level landscape: ground, amenity deck and trellis. Built rhino models and Photoshop renderings with various proposals, and drew AutoCAD construction details and Illustrator site plan.

Jun. 2017 Arbolope Studio, Landscape Summer Intern

Apr. 2017 - Jan. 2018 St. Louis Chapter of ASLA 2017 Spring Core Studio Teamwork: Tornike Jashia, Xiang Huang, Yi Zhang

Aug. 2016- Sept. 2017 Wash U, Research Assistant

Aug. - Nov. 2014 Beijing Tsinghua Tongheng Urban Planning & Design Institute, Urban Planning Intern

Nov. 2013 - Jan. 2014 Found Diver Co. Ltd Landscape Intern

July. 2012 - Jan. 2013 Peking University Urban Planning Research Assistant

Triangle Par  Develop Center, art dist reusing project A

Economy: A  Propose strateg conser includin area's t years' ti

Baden Pilot  Suppor ecologi MSD to greensp Aimed habitats

Conceptua Hancheng C  Selected directed survey a

Conceptual  Manage project investig

Master Plan  Assiste Heilong Collabo and layo


fessor air, Master of Landscape Architecture Program shington University in St. Louis barnett@wustl.edu, 314.935.9302

P rofes s ional L. Irene Compadre ASLA

Principal, Arbolope Studio Adjunct Faculty, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts Washington University in St. Louis i@arbolope.com, 501.765.8515

sistant Professor ster of Landscape Architecture Program shington University in St. Louis c.ellingsen@wustl.edu, 314.935.6200

rklet ped a parklet design to welcome people to Grand and to provide a new gathering space in the trict. Modernized an infinity ‘∞’ paving pattern g the golden bricks demolished from PXSTL A Way, Away (Listen While I Say).

A Restoration Tool ed mediation via research-based design and gy and merged paradigms of economy and vation. Introduced a multi-layered program ng an experimental lab on site. Estimated 20% of transformation into sustainable ranching by 50 ime.

t Project ted research and design for a sustainable ical community park design. Cooperated with o achieve a limited-budget community gathering pace, and relocated varied-target programs. at solving over flow on site, reestablishing s, and elevating neighborhood open space quality.

al Landscape Planning for Jushui River in City d for a 6-person team project in Shaanxi Province d by Prof. Jie Hu; executed site investigation, and master plan.

Planning for Reba Estate in Carneton, Zambia ed and led the design of a private real estate t suppor ted by Found Diver Co. Ltd for site gation and layout production.

n of Tourism Development for Qindeli ed in a tourist attraction planning project, in gjiang Province directed by Prof. Tianxin Zhang. orated with 8-person team for site investigation out production.

EXTRACURRICUL A R ACTIVITIES LEADERSHIP 2017

Student ASLA in Washington University in St. Louis

Professional Liaison

WORKSHOP 2017

Xtreme LA Challenge  Student participant in Team A  Workshop pocket map designer  Connecting professional participants and lecturers

Participants Professional Liaison Illustrator

VIDEO EDITING (https://vimeo.com/shuyingwu) 2017 2017

Who is deaf? Meet Vincent

GRAPHIC DESIGN 2017

Plant Sale flyer

Illustrator

2014

ChinaTrek of China Society at Harvard Kennedy School Brochure cover

Graphic Designer

2014

Photography exhibition, Reading Women (Shu Du Hua Jian – Ren Bo Ya), at Peking University

Photographer

2013

Cureport Incorporated’s Logo

Graphic Designer

2011

Movie, Girl’s Diary CD

Illustrator

FASHION DESIGN 2013

Department of Information Management in PKU, Silk Scarf

Fashion Designer

2011

Movie, Girl’s Diary

Make-up Artist

2012

Photography exhibition, Year in Focus 2012 at Peking University

Photographer

2008

Dancing party poster at College of Urban and Environmental Sciences

Photographer

2008

Lecture poster of Real Estate Culture Association at Peking University

Photographer

PHOTOGRAPHY


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URBAN REVITALIZATION

- Converting neglected city area

St. Louis Chapter of ASLA Merit Award Washington University in St. Louis, 2015 Fall Core Studio Shuying Wu / 2015

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POLITICAL LANDSCAPE

- Massaging sculptural landscape

Anova Competition First Prize Shuying Wu + Rory Thibault + Sebastian Jin / 2017

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A V I A N

A W A R E N E S S

- Bridging human and nonhuman

St. Louis Chapter of ASLA Honor Award Washington University in St. Louis, 2017 Spring Core Studio Shuying Wu / 2017

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BY LANDSCAPE, WE APPROACH LIFE Research Assistant of Baden Project Shuying Wu / 2016 - 2018 Arbolope Studio Summer Intern Shuying Wu + Nanqi Dai / 2017

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D E S I G N

- Water, water, water - Walk, bike, drive

T H I N K

Competition, Activity; Research Assistant, Model Maker, Freelance Photographer, Film Editor, Illustrator and Artist

- Landscape lands everywhere


01 MINIMUM TO MAXIMUM Chouteau's Landing, St. Louis, Missouri Individual Work / 2015 Instructor: Jacqueline Margetts

This project transforms an abandoned parking lot in Chouteau’s Landing, a post-industrial area, through a simple yet powerful intervention. The proposal is inspired by a Lepidoptera study, using masts to mimic the sensory hairs found on butterflies. Here, poles are placed at various heights and laid out according to the historic grid pattern of the district. The hooks and power-outlets on the masts provide for a multitude of potential uses. Planting is designed to specifically attract the monarch butterfly and to support the larger Butterfly Byway Project. The design intended to transform this structure on lepidoptera to use landscape structure to vibrate surroundings and revitalize the Chouteau's Landing.


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COYOTE CORRIDOR

PLANT STUDY

MON

Lepidoptera uses the setae on their body to sense vibration in the air, receivin transform that into feedback reaction (for example, to escape). LABIA


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NARCH CORRIDOR

ng signals and

AL PALP STUDY

The site is easily reachable by transportation. Historically, it has long been a mixture of people from different backgrounds, and used to be an activate hotspot for industrial and commercial usage. CONNECTION ANALYSIS


CONSTRUCTION DETAILS (SECTION A) ↑

CONCEPT→

Based on the grid pattern of the historical Chouteau’s Landing, red masts with different heights are placed on this parking lot and at the corner of the historical buildings that used to be on this site.

Section A

Section B

Section C

There are three kinds of masts: the 58 feet ones are used for transforming the huge billboard into human scale; the 30 feet ones are used for building platforms for viewing the Gateway Arch; the 5 feet ones are used for charging the phones. There are plugs and hooks on each mast. The upper half of the masts will light up during night. All are designed to provide light and electricity for opening opportunities for human activities, such as church market, farm market and exhibitions.


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SITE PLAN


CONSTRUCTION DETAILS (MATERIALS)

TARGET← Lighting up at night, the masts act as the light house in Chouteau's Landing. LAYERS OF DETAILS

VIEW FROM NORTH SIDE OF PROJECT


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PLANTATION ↑ Plants, such as the purple cornflower, are selected for monarch. Three trucks are left on the site as the playground for children. Linear green spaces are inspired by the tire print found on the ground and are used for planting whatever people need. Hooks and plugs are for residents around using strings and building tents to separate spaces and build shade for human activities. Holes on the masts are for birds. Lights are to attract human to gathering on the site.

CHANGING THROUGH TIME


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SPECIAL FACTORS & SIGNIFICANCE

This project views the site as a platform, an open space defined by human activities, and shows that landscape is a continuous urban ground to connect communities and revitalize city’s development. This shows landscape could be both dynamic and responsive, and both extensive and inclusive.


02 POLITICAL LANDSCAPE Ivory Perry Park, St. Louis, Missouri Collaborate with: Rory Thibault Sebastian Jin / 2017

Ivory Perry Park is located in a socio-politically sensitive neighborhood. Among other things, what is needed here is a landscape that stitches community, memory, and future together. By slightly massaging the topography, significant changes could arise. For example, minor manipulations of the ground plane could cause people to walk slower or faster, questioning the meaning of 'WALK', or ‘RUN', and focusing more on the landscape around them. With the introduction of multi-functional furniture, with mirrors on the joints, cooperation is required. Here, Ivory Perry Park is the stage upon which human inspection and projection may occur.


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VIZ VIS CORE ACTIVITIES

COMMUNITY ACTIV

CONNECTION MAP


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VITY AND PROPOSED RELOCATION

VEGETATION

SITE PLAN


SLOPE - SPEED

CHILDREN PLAYGROUND SCHOOL BUS STOP 10”

MEMORIAL

11”

ENVIRONMENT

ENCOUNTER

THE WAY TO MEMORIAL

ENCLOSURE ”

1’-6”

3’-0

” -6

5’

SECTION AA'

SECTION BB'


11”

6”

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1’-6”

3’-0

-6 5’

6”

LOOKING BACK AND PROJECTING FUTURE

LONG SECTION


03 AVIAN AWARENESS Dunn Ranch Prairie, Missouri Individual Work / 2017 Instructor: Rod Barnett

The 20,000-acre Dunn Ranch Prairie (DRP) supports over 20 species of birds for migrating, breeding, foraging and nesting. Prairie-depended birds take different levels of habitats; thus, a multilayered planning is designed, including 4 modules. One proposal is to create human-avian unified observatories. Another strategy takes advantage of natural topographies and blinds, such as the eroded stream bank and berms. Stripes of mixed plants along waterways cater for avian living conditions. Fences and walls are installed to help feathered residents to actively interact with man-made infrastructure. By these modules, we look forward to highlighting bird importance and educating a bird-minded general public, by offering them a chance to admire avian architecture and landscape all at once, eventually raising DRP’s importance and credibility.


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Bell's Vireo Northern Rough-winged Swallow Brown Thrasher

Easte

MIGRATION BIRD SPECIES

Grasshopper Sparrow

Dunn Ranch Location

Missouri State

LOCATION IN MISSOURI

B

E

DUNN RANCH PRAIRIE

G

B

AVIAN ISOCHRONAL MIGRATION LINES AND MIGRATION ROUTES


Cliff Swallow

Loggerhead Shrike Tree Swallow

Bobolink

Barn Swallow

Red-winged Blackbird

Female

Northern Bobwhite

Short-eared Owl

Female

Male

YEAR ROUND BIRD SPECIES

ern Kingbird

03 Male

AVIAN LIBRARY on Dunn Ranch Prairie

Loggerhead Shrike

Tree Swallow

Cliff Swallow

Barn Swallow

Adapting to manmade structures

Eastern Kingbird

Cliff Swallow

Grasshopper Sparrow

Tree Swallow

Prairie Chicken

Tree Swallow

Hundreds of birds migrating

Birds standing on plants

Short-eared Owl Bells Vireo's nest

Birds Fighting

Nesting and resting on trees

AVIAN FACTS ON DUNN RANCH PRAIRIE


PLANNING →

BEHAVIOR STUDY

These beautiful creatures occupy multiple levels of tallgrass prairie, and require various resources’ support.

We start from sites where eroded lands reside and 4 modules are located along existing trail ways, forming a grand avian sightseeing tour.

Large open area for foraging

Northern Roughed-wing Swallow Insect

Corn

Cliff Swallow

Drinking

Grain

Prairie Chicken

Adapt to manmade structure

Gliding

High in the air

Mud

Insect Bathing

Bobolink

Gliding

Cavities n water but 0.98–5.9 deep.

Material for nesting: bark, weed, twig

Rice

Small grains

Predators: snake, falcon, magpie, owl, etc. Foraging standing on the grass

Insect

Alfalfa

Preening on fence

Prairie plants

Hay field

On the ground

Flying miles between their roosts and feeding ground, 1 to 2 hours before sunset.

Adapt to manmade structure, for breeding

On the ground

Live in tree most of the year Grassy field

Undisturbed tallgrass prairie


MODULE 3

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MODULE 4

MODULE 1 Office Trail way Driveway Grain Corn Prairie plants

Prairie Chicken Cliff Swallow Nor ther n Roughwinged Swallow Bobolink

near t dry, 91 ft

Waterway Indigo bush Tree Fence

SITE PLANNING AND SIGHTSEEING TRAIL Near Streams, lakes and river banks

Live in grasslands, towns, broken forest, and river edges, but avoid heavy forest and deserts. Marsh field before migration

South Slope

Module 4

Shade in the afternoon

Shade in the morning

Flooding zone

Highly eroded

Remnant prairie

Module 2 Agricultural land mixed with prairie

Module 1 Module 3 Eroded

AVIAN BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS

Slightly eroded

SITE CONDITION AND ANALYSIS


AVIAN MODULE 1 MODULE 1 → Cliff Swallows use corners formed by vertical wall and horizontal floor to build their nests, and the number of a single group could be up to 3,700. Materials for nests should be mud, twigs, so an architectural observatory is to be built on one of the lake at DRP.

Module 1 Location

Average 5.1 inch

Cliff Swallow's Feet The swallow's small feet are tiny and cling best to thin wire and small twigs. Material The little holes on concrete and the rough surface could serve as landing point for their tiny feet. Concrete is also long-lasting and has high durability.

Perfect view point to watch Cliff Swallow chasing insects.

CLIFF SWALLOW OBSERVATORY


AVIAN MODULE 2 Recycled PVC tube walls could be built also for Nor thern Roughed-wing Swallow and people could have good view and take photos of them. Indigo bushes are planted nearby the tube walls for nest materials.

Average 2-4 feet deep

Module 2 Location

Average 5.1-5.9 inch

Indigo bushes Mud

Drink water

AVIAN MODULE 3

Module 3 Location

Modified natural topography provides people a closer interaction with birds, without disturbing birds. Bumps are built along tracks, which block human sounds. A periscope structure installation gives people a way to view birds behind the berms.

Average 17.7 inch

Periscope installation

Detention

Berm Bumps slow down walking pace

Higher view point

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AVIAN MODULE 4 The vertical erosion bank of streams is converted into steps and terrains for walking, and stones are added in water to create white noise to hide human sound. Visitors will have an eye-level view of birds nesting and a good experience seeing birds flying around them.

Module 4 Location

Average 6.3-7.1inch

Piles of stones are put in water to create 'white noise' to hide footstep sound.

BEFORE

Stones slow down water, and soil is slowly washed away, widening streams and providing possible habitat for aquatic creatures.

Steps are built, offering a perfect view of nests on ground. Biodiversity increases and human-bird interaction is created.

AFTER


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BEFORE

People stay in the crowded tiny bird hide and wait hours to have a glance of their beloved birds.

AFTER


04 THE BADEN PROJECT Baden, St. Louis, Missouri Research Assistant / 2016 - 2017 Instructor: Rod Barnett

The Baden Ecological Park is the culmination of a years worth of research, discussions and workshops with the community of Baden, and interactions with the Urban Vitality and Ecology Initiative and Metropolitan Sewerage District. Serving as both a community hub and ecological service, the Baden Ecological Park integrates public open space with MSD's basins, creating a new public amenity. The three basins are considered temporary holding ponds. Each basin contains filtration and discharge devices that function independently. The ultimate goal is to create a health urban retreat that balances social and ecological needs in the community. Three gardens are proposed, one at each basin site. Together, the basin gardens act as sponges to soak up extra water during times of heavy rain, and slowly release it at a rate with which the stormwater system can cope.


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FLOATING PRAIRIE


BADEN WATERSHED

MSD DEMOLITION PROCESS

Wet Pond

MAIN ROADS AROUND BADEN

BADEN LINKED WITH MSD


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MASTER PLAN


Habitats locate on site

4 types of habitats

Prey

Predator

Biodiversity and open spaces around Baden. All the above species can be found in the Baden neighborhood.


PARTRIDGE prairie garden This is a naturalistic wet prairie setting. The basin zone is divided by a boardwalk entered from Oriole St by means of a wooden pavilion with a butterfly roof. The boardwalk leads to a deck below the railroad bed, from which the Partridge garden can be viewed. On either side of the boardwalk is a pond graded to permit water to stand in the lowest contour after a large-scale rain event. The exposed sides are planted with native species adapted to the variable conditions

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PLAN

PERSPECTIVE

LONG SECTION


TILLIE glade garden This scheme is mostly a planting strategy, with rocks to add scale and informal seating, and testify to the garden’s origin in the idea of a Missouri glade. The cross sections show that the grading can be combined with steps, particularly at the collector, and that there could be a retention function. Depending at what level the outlet is set, water could drain in 72 hours. PLAN

LONG SECTION

PERSPECTIVE


FREDERICK woodland garden The floor of the garden is a single slightly sloping (2%) plane that acts as a detention pond when required but that spends most of its life as a play space. Drainage pipes recovered from light industry closures are carefully incorporated into the biological field that is developing in the garden, providing vertical habitat, and perhaps - if connected to the CSS operating as overflow pipes. The plans show the potential distribution of square, rectangular and cylindrical concrete and ceramic pipes, and the possibility of creating raised garden beds to complement them. These beds would be larger and therefore able to incorporate more complex communities. The pipes and the raised beds would also serve as insect and bird habitat, and the whole space could be accessible to visitors for exploration, play and study.

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PIPES SERVE AS ANIMAL HABITATS

PLAN

LONG SECTION

PERSPECTIVE


04 SOCIAL URBANISM St. Louis, Missouri Summer Landscape Intern / 2017 Instructor: Irene Compadre, Jim Fetterman

As an landscape intern, I got the chance to deeply discuss with clients, and realized their ideal thoughts by using my landscape knowledge and skills. Working in real projects is different from school assignments, where budget, footprint, and client's needs are to be well-thought through. How to design-small scale landscape to revitalize a street, or even a region, challenged me a lot, especially on the aspect of designing details, but provided me with the opportunity to feel how powerful urban planning and landscape are, in a way that we intertwine ecology, society, and culture together.


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Credited to Arbolope Studio. Professional work is confidential and can not be copied or share 100 North Amenity deck Shuying Wu


Credited to Arbolope Stu


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Credited to Arbolope Studio. Professional work is confidential and can not be copied or share

PERSPECTIVE

MATERIALS LEGEND SYMBOL

P1 +/-3

ME

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MATERIAL

DETAIL

CONCRETE PAVING

1 L3.3

METAL EDGING

2 L3.3

5'-

10 1 2"

4'- 3 9 " 4 4'- 1 9" 2

1'-4 3 4"

1'-3 3 4"

3 9'-74"

4'- 1 0 4"

3 1 4"

4'-

1" 4'-2 4

P1 9'- 1 8 " 4

1" '-0 2 R8

ME

3" 94

1'-

R1

R13'- 3 14 "

1" 10 2

6'-

91

°

R1

1" 02

3 R7'-34"

1 R11'-52"

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28

1'-

R2

5'-10"

3'-0"

8'-0"

+/-3'-721"

7'-621"

4'-2"

19'-041 "

1:5

0

GRAND CENTER TRIANGLE PARKLET

5'

10' DATE

DRAWING TITLE:

JUNE XX, 2017

Grand Center, Inc.

PROJECT NUMBER (Arbolope)

3526 Washington Ave #2 St. Louis, MO, 63103

Landscape Architecture + Urban Design + Public Art 1219 S. Boyle Ave St. Louis, MO 63110 314.769.9492

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PROJECT NUMBER (Client)

X

L3.1

Credited to Arbolope Studio. Professional work is confidential and can not be copied or share

udio. Professional work is confidential and can not be copied or share

TOWER GROVE STREETSCAPE FESTIVAL DAY Teamwork: Nanqi Dai / 2017

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Triangle Parklet Brick Paving Design Shuying Wu


05 DESIGN THINK Competition, Activity; Model Maker, Freelance Photographer, Film Editor, Illustrator.


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Observation on real-world implementation, by Shuying Wu Economy: A Restoration Tool, Shuying Wu + Tornike Jashia + Xiang Huang + Yi Zhang Core Studio IV Instructor: Rod Barnett


Cultural-educational Center, by Shuying Wu Economy: A Restoration Tool, Shuying Wu + Tornike Jashia + Xiang Huang + Yi Zhang Core Studio IV Instructor: Rod Barnett


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Serial Sections of Governors Island, by Shuying Wu


Project Trailer: https://vimeo.com/255270218 The 61st Stink National Park, Shuying Wu + Rui Zou Core Studio V Instructor: Eric Ellingsen


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XTREME LA CHALLENGE

Site Location ↓ , Shuying Wu Xtreme LA Challenge Instructor: Chip Crawford + Team A

Social and Cultural Landscape ↑ , Shuying Wu Xtreme LA Challenge Instructor: Chip Crawford + Team A


Salt Crystals

Spiral Jetty

Landscape

In Core Studio V, we built up a tent next to Spiral Jetty.


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BOOK BINDING

Shuying Wu, Amorphous, pen on paper, 8.5"x11"


HYPERREAL MODELS Material and Regulatory Technologies along South Branch Chicago River Shuying Wu + Margot Shafran Core Studio III Instructor: Jesse Vogler


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https://vimeo.com/shuyingwu

HAND-DRAWN STORYBOARD


Culture

Society

Religion

Archi


itecture

Landscape

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Shuying Wu Traveling + Photography + Watercoloring

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