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PORTFOLIO Sining Wang

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Content Works in UCLA (Graduate)

W / (in) TENSION

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Dynamic Solid Fluid

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‘Sunining’ Plaza

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River-way Beehive

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Vertical ‘Green’

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Historical Buildings Mapping

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Office Building Design

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Other Works

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Works in UJUT (Undergraduate)

Practical Works


W / (in) TENSION Credit: 6.0 Project Date: 01/04/2014 Collaborators: Anuj Saha, Robert Koshgarain Directors: Frank Gehry, Craig Webb, Dennis Sheldon, Kiduck Kim, German Aparicio

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“W / (in) TENSION” is an experiment to follow the trajectory of a dynamic structure’s interaction with dynamic tenants. Constantly reading the user and seeking to find its optimal living condition and shear it’s mass to fit within any context. Reaching closer to a perfected site orientation at all times; changing in “real-time. ”In our exploration “W / (in) TENSION,” we recognize a need to use technology to further our concepts, but seek to regain the pressure applied by the human hand. We use prosthetics, spectacles and artificial limbs, to aid our actions. They are used to physically and psychologically assist our diminishing sense of “ability” while paralyzed with new sensory technologies, such as “Xbox Kinect” and “Pupil Tracking” we support a continuation in the use of technology as a pursuit of greater resolution with our tools. “W / (in) TENSION” uses these devices to track select points of the body when in motion. This information translated to our tool, the tensioned frame, to transform the form of internal and external space. 4


Figuration 1

Figuration 2

Figuration 3

Figuration 4 5


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Figuration 3 Plan

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Pupil Headset 10


Kinect 11


Pupilheadset Acquiring Pupil Coordinates

Drive Robotic Arms

Kinect Recognizing User’s Joints

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User’s Eye Control

User’s Body Movement Control

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Web-cams

Inside Frames

3D Print Protector Developed from three web cams, the pupil headset is able to track four directions of pupil movement. The two cameras facing user’s right eye acquire the coordinates and send the data to a computer which used for driving the two robotic arms on the tracks. In this case, users are able to control the shelter we designed to accomplish four configuration.

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Robot Move Screen shot 21


Dynamic Solid Fluid Credit: 6.0 Project Date: 08/11/2013 Directors: Frank Gehry, Craig Webb, Dennis Sheldon, Kiduck Kim, German Aparicio

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Start from studying nature ventilation, I tried to utilize local wind directions to identify and reform the supporting walls. Lifting up the first floor together with double wall system of sidings give this design its signature.

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First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

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Section A

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Section B

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Bottom Ventilation Analysis

Section Ventilation Analysis 32


Roof Ventilation Analysis

General Ventilation Analysis 33


Further step is about dynamic spaces. Since people are losing satisfaction in fixed programs, I tried to purpose dynamic solid spaces which are able to controlled by owners themselves. The space or functional programs only created in demands of people’s needs. In this design, based on the existing building I use magnet as control point(human) attract the surrounding spacial programs which made by solid iron dust in order to realize the dynamic solid spaces.

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Plan Purposeful

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Dynamic Spaces Scenario

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SUNING Plaza High-rise SOHO Tower Credit: 10.0 Project Date: 03/31/2013 Project Location: Nanjing Collaborators: Zhehan Yang, Yanting Chen Directors: Weiyu Zhang

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Entrance Fire Engine Circulation

This commercial center design based on a real project and site. After researching the surrounding topology and we try to find the building language through urban texture. The lower part contains retail and cinema; the taller part is office building.

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Residential

Site Location

Surrounding Typology

Potential CBD

Roads Topology

Metro Lines

Potential Radius

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Urban Buildings Texture

Commercial Area

Extract Urban River Texture

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City Roads Texture

Site Location

Extract Urban River Texture

Rivers

Extract Urban River Texture

Extract Urban River Texture


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Body Outline Parameters The shape of the building is based on parameters which is the projection of two rivers in the city. Along with the self twist, the tall building shrink in the half which is about half size of the largest floor plan.

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Cafeteria Retail

Retail Retail

Retail Retail

Retail

Retail Retail Retail

Retail

Cafeteria

Retail

Cafeteria

First Floor

Office Office Office

Office Office

Cafeteria Office

Office

Retail

Retail

Office Retail Office

Second Floor

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Retail


Retail Retail

Retail Retail

Retail

Retail

Retail Retail Retail

Retail

Retail

Retail

Retail

Third Floor

Restruant

Office

Restruant Office Restruant

Fourth Floor

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Retail

Retail

Retail

Retail

Retail

Retail Retail Retail

Retail Retail

Retail

Retail Retail

Retail

Retail

Retail

Fifth Floor

Office Office

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Office Cinema

Office

A Sixth Floor

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Seven to Eighteen Floor

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Equipments Retail Equipments Retail

Retail Retail

Retail

Parking

First Underground Level

Retail Retail Retail

Retail Retail Parking

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Second Underground Level


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A-A Cinema Section

Cinema Construction Details 54


Metal Board Frame Structure Pipes Structure Steel Concrete Curtain Wall Joins Curtain Wall Dropping Floor Walking Floor Concrete Floor Steel Beam

Facade Construction Details 55


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Riverway Beehive Credit: 6.0 Project Date: 05/01/2011 Collaborators: Zhehan Yang Directors: Jie Xue

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Located on wasted river-way, the ‘Beehive’ is proposed for young people as their working and living module. The modules are able to connect with each other through simple joints so that the users themselves could build the community base on their needs.

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Site Plan

Occupation Scenario 61


So-called ‘Beehive’ means communication between neighbors and the ways of composition are the highlight of this design. Using wood and plastic as building materials makes this building light enough to construct by hand. There are totally eight pieces which could connect each other with same joints.

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Roof

Single Module

Triple-module Connection

Circulation

Double-module Connection

Large Program

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Double-module Occupation

Five-module Occupation

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Three-module Occupation

Five-module Occupation

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Facade

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Wood Board Heat Preservation Inside Form board Joint

Sand Sealing Material Metal Board Drain Pipe River Supporting Slush River Bed

ction Detail

Section

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'Vertical Green' Residential Building Credit: 6.0 Project Date: 01/05/2013 Collaborators: Zhehan Yang Directors: Yiling Yang

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The lower residential building focus on apartment units with two and one bedrooms. The ‘green’ strategy is creating more private balconies and public resting area covered with plants. The vertical green space are designed in different location on each floor in order to create much more interesting living experience.

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The strategy for high-rise residential tower is vertical courtyard. As the we designed three or more bedrooms for each units so that there are only three apartments on each floor. In addition, each three floors also designed as one large unit which separate with other five units in the total 18-floor building. ‘Green’ comes with courtyards in each single units. Vertical designed style create much communication between neighbors.

Circulation Core and Courtyard 72

Private ‘green’ and Public ‘green’


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First Floor of Single Three-floor Unit

Third Floor of Single Three-floor Unit

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Second Floor of Single Three-floor Unit

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Roof Bed Room

Balcony Dining Room Living Room Stilt Floor

Bed Room

Balcony Dining Room Living Room Stilt Floor

Bed Room

Balcony Dining Room Living Room Stilt Floor

Bed Room

Balcony Dining Room Living Room Stilt Floor

Bed Room

Balcony Dining Room Living Room Stilt Floor

Bed Room

Balcony Dining Room Living Room Stilt Floor

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Section


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MAPPING THE HISTORIC BUILDINGS ON MOUNTAIN BEIGU Project Date: 01/10/2010 Work Type: Part-time Internship Collaborators: Runing Wang

This is a project lead by a professor from Southeast Uni-

Location: Zhenjinag, Jiangsu, China

versity School of Architecture. The task is mapping the main courtyard and hall of these historic buildings.

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Roof Plan

1-1 Section

2-2 Section 80


Main Entrance Facade

Seperate Wall Facade

Aperture Grille

Main Hall Facade

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Office Building Design Project Date: 08/10/2013 Work Type: Full-time Internship Company: AZL Architects (www.azlarchitects.com) Director: Lei Zhang Location: Zhengzhou, Henan, China

My contribution in this design is supporting the ideas and making physical and digital models.

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Diagonal Cutting

Draw Out

Diagonal Cutting

Draw Out

Structure

Cores

Curtain Wall

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Beam and Slad


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Temperary Construction Design 09/10/2009

Libiary Design 09/10/2009

Renovation Theatre Design 07/11/2009

Museum and Libiary Design 07/12/2009

Village Planning 07/12/2009

'UA' Urban Competition 07/13/2009

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Sining Wang Website: wangsining.com DOB: 03/31/1990 Undergraduate School: Nanjing University of Technology Graduate School: University of California, Los Angeles Address: 13163 Fountain Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA,90094 Email: wangsining@ucla.edu Phone: (646)512-2014 Education •Master of Architecture (MArch 2 SUPRASTUDIO Frank Gehry Studio) Estimate Graduate Date: June. 2014 University of California, Los Angeles, CA •Bachelor of Architecture Sep.2008-June.2013 Nanjing University of Technology, Nanjing, China Honors and Awards • University Student Merit Scholarship

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• University Student Merit Scholarship

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• Second-class award of architecture model competition

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• University Student Third-class Scholarship

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Project Experiences Class Project Aug 2010 •Mapping for the Zhenjiang Beigu mountain temple and its Application to World Cultural Heritage Summary: mapped the Zhenjiang beigushan mountain temple; recorded data using measuring equipment and turned them into standardized engineering graphics on the computer. Intern • Studio of Professor Ji Xiang (China university of Mining and Technology) Summer 2011 Project : Jiangxi Taihe Xian government library, theater and museum Summary: assisted in the design of the Jiangxi Taihe Xian government library, theater and museum. • AZL Atelier Zhanglei Sept 2012 Project : two high-rise buildings in Zhengzhou CBD which planed by ISOZAKI. Summary : assisted in the model making and discussing of plans. Additional Skills • Proficient in Maya, Rhino , Sketch-up, Auto-CAD, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrate, InDesign. • Freelance photographer


Sining Wang Website: wangsining.com DOB: 03/31/1990 Undergraduate School: Nanjing University of Technology Graduate School: University of California, Los Angeles Address: 13163 Fountain Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA,90094 Email: wangsining@ucla.edu Phone: (646)512-2014


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