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CITIES FOR A FLYING WORLD 2017 FENTRESS GLABOAL CHALLENGE 2017 FAIRY TALE 2018
RCC ( ROMAN CONTEMPORARY CHAPEL )
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\ SUZHOU JINJI LAKE BIENNALE \
\ W HOTEL CHANGSHA \
\ CROSSFIT DOPPELGÄNGER \
\ JC BEAUTY \
\ ADFDAAM (Pole Fitness and Aerial Acrobatic Sports Association of Macao) \
\ K’ S FLOURIST \
\ HETAEROTOPIA ( Dissembling of Hong Kong International Airport) \
Awards: 2 nd place in‘Cities for a Flying World 2017’(HSE Graduate School of Urbanism, Moscow, Russia) Finalist in‘Fentress Global Challenge 2017’(Fentress Architects Denver, United States) 20
\ THE PROMISE OF SUNFLOWERS \
\ BABELOOP \
Award: Finalist in‘RCC (ARCHMedium)’ 26
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SUZHOU JINJI LAKE BIENNALE 2018 In the garden design, windows and doors are the mediums connecting the two spaces. Here we are compared to a door or window that connects the exhibition to Suzhou and the world. It is intended to show the accumulation of the Millennium cultural heritage China. to the international community via the Jinji Lake Biennial.
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W HOTEL CHAN GSHA 6F LOBBY
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dop·pel·gäng·er/noun/ ‘an apparition or double of a living person.’
Percy Bysshe Shelley describes the doppelgänger double as a counterpart to the self in Prometheus Unbound. Lord Byron uses doppelgänger imagery to explore the duality of human nature. Fyodor Dostoyevsky’ s novel The Double presents the doppelgänger as an opposite personality who exploits the character failings of the protagonist to take over his life. Charles Williams’Descent into Hell (1939) has character Pauline Anstruther seeing her own doppelgänger all through her life.
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APFDAAM (Pole Fitness and Aerial Acrobatic
Sports Association of Macao)
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Sports Association of Macao)
(Pole Fitness and Aerial Acrobatic
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Awards: 2 nd place in‘Cities for a Flying World 2017’(HSE Graduate School of Urbanism, Moscow, Russia) Finallist in‘Fentress Global Challenge 2017’(Fentress Architects Denver, United States)
HET AERO TOPIA Dissembling of Hong Kong International Airport
Allocation of modules within the city In the next century, airplanes will no longer be flying horizontally, but instead, they are replaced by differentâ€œ aero machinesâ€? such as vertical airplanes and flying cars. These machines became so popular that it was almostabnormal to see cars running on the street, bikes cycling down the road, or even people walking. Aerotopia is a project in which proposes to bring the airport back to city, back to people. / 17 /
Dissembling of Hong Kong International Airport
The alchemist‘airport of the city’becomes‘airport = the city’ .The concept extracts the idea of collision among a largevariety of different cultures in the subject, airport infrastructures,and revitalize it through flexible devices in a heterotopiaenvironment to house different cultures and different people.
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Festival to rethink urban development
HET AERO TOPIA
The airport will be divided in different modules and scatteredaround the city to meet the time or desire of the use of thearea. It will be added with flying technologies, allowing it to bea actual transport means, or to be transformed into differentforms to cater the various needs which are especially truegiven the density and flexibility of the site Hong Kong. We aim to, through Aerotopia, to solve the possible distantfuture with dynamics in the terms of time, space and variety. / 19 /
THE PROMISE OF SUNFLOWERS In ancient times, as the Chinese folktaleâ€œKua Fu Chasing the Sunâ€? goes, there lived a group of mighty giants deep in the forests in the north and Kua Fu was their leader. At that time, the world was desolate, infested with vipers and beasts. In a year when the weather was extraordinarily hot, the plants were scorched, the rivers were dried and people were suffering from the intense heat of the sun. Kua Fu swore to catch the sun and tame it to serve for all. The sun moved fleetingly in the sky, while Kua Fu chased it like wind on the ground with his bare foot.
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Instead, look at the Sunflowers.
‘Never look directly at the Sun’ , my Mom used to say as she covered our tiny eyes from the bright glaze.
KUA FU CHASING THE SUN act 1
THE PROMISE OF SUNFLOWERS act 2
THE SUNFLOWER RITUAL act 3
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I, am their posterity. The legend was only part of the story.
For years and years, I dreamed of catching the Sun to realise Kua Fuâ€™ s wish. I dreamed that trees inflamed as I passed them; rivers disperse. The romantic burn of the shining Sun settled in my coat as I slept, the smell like roast left on my blanket as I woke, and even so, the moment my mirror started to blister by the Sun glaze. The sharp, organic smell was the hazy cherries of my dreams.
In the times of wars and disasters, we had to leave our terrestrial. War brought death and coldness to the land, and the Sun gave us hope - a hope that life will relive, and revive. We had to follow the Sun for light and warmth.
The world does not present tasks we cannot solve. In the deepest sense, people are not meant to suffer, definitely not suffering what they cannot endure. On the opposite, the Creator created human beings to enjoy never-ending pleasures, not necessarily physical indulgences such as eating, but mainly inner, experiential desires coming from observing the beauty of creation, and, by connecting to the light, the Sun, surrounding us all the time. We chase it for the good, not for the bad.
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BABELOOP (ROMAN CONTEMPORARY CHAPEL)
In view of the religion philosophical aspects, a famous old Chinese saying in l communal expression involves the concordant and harmonious respect o people with different views. Throughout the world, many peopie practice different religions. Other people call themselves“spiritual,”but don’ t folow the doctrines of an organized religion As our world becomes more global, it is important to respect each other and our different beliefs. Just as you may feel your church is perfect for you and offers ail you need in your spiritual life, so others feel the same about theirs The sile, Rome, is a holy cily where most of the people worships the Christion God. In respect to the context, the story of the Tower of Babel, explained in Genesis 11, was referenced as a concept fo the design.
Award: Finalist in‘RCC (ARCHMedium)’
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Bible scholars believe thot the tower was o type of stepped pyramid called a ziggurat. common throughout Babyionia. What we wanted to was on inverse of the story through figure and groundto reunite, and to reconcile the boundaries between people with different religion. The design itself is o self-experience, which alows US to worship and reftect orn ourselves through going down to the earth, experiencing the silence and dorkness the nature worships, and eventualty, the Gods that we cherish and believe in.
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