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Portfolio Guotian Architecture & Urban design


CONTENTS 3

RESUME ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

4

Elementary School

7

Cube House of Unconsiousness

9

Politeama Theater Restoration

URBAN DESIGN 13

Gangxia Village Urban Renewal

17

Nanshan Hi-Tech North Urban Renewal

OTHER STUDIO & WORKS 23

Other Course Works

24

Studio X of GSAPP Classroom Redesign Project

25

Selected Photographs


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First Prize – 2014Annual Outstanding Student Awards in SZU(Ranking 2/35, Top 5%) Second Prize – 2013Annual Outstanding Student Awards in SZU(Top 20%) First Prize–SUIADR Academic Excellent Awards for two times Second Prize–SUIADR Academic Excellent Awards for two times

2014.10 2013.07 2014&2015.10 2013&2015.10

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES &RESEARCH 

STUDIO-X (2015 UABB Shenzhen x GSAPP/ Columbia University - State of Housing Workshop) Workshop and academic discussion about the critical challenges confronting Shenzhen City at the time to inspire the innovative and emerging new forms of housing for the future.

2016.02

Urban renewal and design of Gangxia Village Urban study of zoning, building layout, public place organization and public facilities

2015.06

Urban Planning Workshop - Custom Travel based on the internet of Shenzhen(Survey) Urban Study based on current urban travel modes, development of private cars and traffic situation in Shenzhen. Exchange Program - Politecnico Di Milano, School of Civil Architecture Program: Master of Architecture, Politecnico Di Milano Final Core Course Score: 29/30

2015.06

Tian Guo

guotian0603@outlook.com Tian Guo Email: Tel: 8613662226118

Email: guotian0603@outlook.com Tel: 8613662226118 ADD: 15D, Block 8, Xiangshanli Phase 2, OCT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China ADD: 15D, Block 8, Xiangshanli Phase 2, OCT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China

EDUCATION 

College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Shenzhen University (SZU) Bachelor of Engineering Major: Urban Planning (GPA: 3.27/4, Overall Ranking 5/35, top 10%) Politecnico Di Milano, School of Civil Architecture Exchange Program of Architectural Design(GPA: 4.0/4.0)

2011.09-2016.06  2015.09-2016.02

HONORS AND AWARDS         

Outstanding Student of Graduation Award(Top 5), College of Arch. & Urban Planning, SZU Honorable Mention–National Students’ Urban Design Course Work Competition Third Prize–National Students’ Innovative Urban Transportation Model Competition Third Prize–2015 Annual Outstanding Student Leading Carders in SZU SecondPrize–2015 Annual Outstanding Student Awards in SZU (Ranking 4/35, Top 10%) First Prize – 2014Annual Outstanding Student Awards in SZU(Ranking 2/35, Top 5%) Second Prize – 2013Annual Outstanding Student Awards in SZU(Top 20%) First Prize–SUIADR Academic Excellent Awards for two times Second Prize–SUIADR Academic Excellent Awards for two times

2016.06 2015.10 2015.10 2015.10 2015.10 2014.10 2013.07 2014&2015.10 2013&2015.10

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES &RESEARCH 

STUDIO-X (2015 UABB Shenzhen x GSAPP/ Columbia University - State of Housing Workshop) Workshop and academic discussion about the critical challenges confronting Shenzhen City at the time to inspire the innovative and emerging new forms of housing for the future.

2016.02

Urban renewal and design of Gangxia Village Urban study of zoning, building layout, public place organization and public facilities Urban Planning Workshop - Custom Travel based on the internet of Shenzhen(Survey) Urban Study based on current urban travel modes, development of private cars and traffic situation in Shenzhen. Exchange Program - Politecnico Di Milano, School of Civil Architecture

2015.06

2015.06

2015.09-2016.02

2015.09-2016.02

SOCAL ACTIVITIES Professional Classroom Redesign Project Event Organizer of the Shenzhen University 30th Anniversary(Students’ Club Union Party) Project Manager – Guitar Club, Shenzhen University Shenzhen Universities Band Competition Founder of Student Band (Epi)

OTHER SKILLS Mechanic Model Assembling/Making, Guitar, Fingerstyle, Rock Music, etc.

COMPUTER SKILLS SketchUp, AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, V-Ray, Lumion Autodesk 3dmax, Rhinoceros, ArcGIS, Computer assembling,

2015 2013.06 2012.09-2013.07 2012 2011-2013


LOCATION ANALYSIS

CONCEPT

GUANGDONG

ARCHITECTURE I

CHINA

SHENZHEN

GUANGDONG

YITIAN VILLAGE FUTIAN DISTRICT

People usually stay together under the trees and communicate with each others.

SITE ANALYSIS Fuh

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Studio Work

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Individual Shade of trees near the buildings provide a comfortable place for people communicating and also attract people to stay there.

Instructor Chen Jiawei

Design Period May, 6 - Jun, 27 2014

Software AutoCAD Sketchup Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Lumion

Car Analysis

Pedestrian Analysis

Solar Analysis

The site located in the southern part of Fuhua Road, one of the main roads in Futian District. Most cars come from Fuhua Road and go through the eastern side of the site. And the main source of noise also come from Fuhua Road.

Because the southern part of the site is the main residential area of Yitian region, the most pedestrians also come from the south. Although the northern part also many residents, the segregation of the Fuhua Road blocks the aqccessibility of pedestrians.

The east and west side of the site are high density of residential buildings, which block the sunlight to the site. Luckily, buildings at the southern part is only about 7 floors. Sunlight from the south can directly cover the site.

PROCESS MODEL

Trees not only can grow on the grounds to provide space for people, but also can be planted on the roof top to recover the greening replaced by buildings.

YITIAN VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DESIGN YITIAN village is located in the of Futian district in Shenzhen, near the Futian CBD, which is a high density residential area. The site now is already an elementary school and we have a chance to deisgn an elementary school. The theme is "the elementary school in my mind". Elementary school is the first place for most kids where they started to study and communicate with others. It can also view as a small society, not only to learn knowledge but also to make friends with others. In recent Chinese society, most of the elementary school contructed too rigid and usually mindless. The ideal elementary school in my mind should can attract children and also adults. Children staying in the elementary for whole days should feel happy and also find some places where they can play together. The target of the project is that creating a ideal elementary school for kids provide a good place for them to study, which can be a good memory in their childhood.

To maximize the sunlight utilization, classrooms are arrange at the southern part. Other public function at the notern part.

Adjusting the layout of different functions. All classrooms and office surround the activity space in the middle.

At the same time cosidering the interior and exterior. Courtyards surrounded by the rooms and there are also some special space inside.

Inserting roof garden and courtyard space between the buildings. Not only provide space for comunication but also improve the space quality.


MASTER PLAN

PHYSICAL MODEL

PLAN & ELEVATION 0

5

10m

Playground

First Floor Plan

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Gymnasium Art

Office

Cor�le

Car Entrance

ience

Sc

Stairs

Main Entrance

Open Floor

Ground Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

ELEVATION N 0

5

10m

Land Area: 9000m² Floor Area: 3800m² Buillding Coverage: 24% Greening Rate: 54% 12 Classrooms

East Elevation

South Elevation


EXPLODED

PHYSICAL MODEL

Skylight Classroom

Green Roof

Activity Terrace

Classroom Art Classroom

Office Terrace Cortile

Science Classroom

Main Entrance

Lecture Theater

Office

SECTION

Gymnasium

A-A SECTION

B-B SECTION


EXPLORE THE UNCONCIOUSNESS

Memory of childhood

ARCHITECTURE II Being asked to recall one the of most impressive scene about space in my childhood, the plan of my home, a three bedroom apartment just jumped out of my head. Because it was the home which I had lived for over 18 years.

Studio Work Individual

And this is a cupboard between the living room and the dinning hall, the buffer space between two space. The upper part and the base of the cupboard was wooden and the middle part is glass shelf.

The cupboard between two space divided the space but also remained the connection and eyesight between two space. We could easily saw another part clearly through the cupboard because the middle part was consisted of glass shelf and a steel column which looked thin and transparent.

When I was a kid, it was a interesting place for me at home. I was just a little taller than the base of the cupboard but I usually climbed on the cupboard and stayed at the middle empty part near the glass shelf, lookinig my dad using the computer.

Because I was not tall enough to reach those stuffs in the upper part of the cupboard, I had to climb on it, stepped on the cupboard but I really interested in the process of climbing up and jumping down.

FORM GENERATION

Instructor

Feng Guochuan

720

400

00m

mm

m

Software

72000

400mm

Sep, 28 - Jan, 28 2014

mm

Design Period

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0m

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AutoCAD V-Ray Sketchup Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign

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A cube with side-length 0.4m Based on the cube, there can Cubes in different types Considering the combination of vacuum The space is limited in a cube Considering the openness and As a result, the experimental serve as an unit to form be diverse combinations of combine together to form and entity, forming various space in with side-length 7.2m, which is privacy, arranging different living area in a cube is formed . different space. the planes and frames a variety of possibilities. irregular shape with different functions a multiple of modulus of 0.4m levels for different function

PERSPECTIVE

CUBE HOUSE THEME STUDIO: ARCHITECTURE DESIGN BASED ON UNCONCIOUSNESS An experimental arichitecture design based on Unconciousness . At the beginning, for the better understanding of Unconciousness, we tried to find some unconcious activities of people in the daily life. Another prophase excercise is that recalling a memory in childhood which is deep in our mind to explore our own characteristic of unconciousness. In my memory of childhood, the special scene about the space is my irregular acitivity differed from adults at home. It occured to me an idea of experimental housing design, a living space formed like growing irregularly in a regular space range. In a cube of 7.2*7.2*7.2m, 400mm as the mocule, the whole space consisted of proliferating cubes and there is no clear speration of space or wall. Cube house not only provide a living place, but also serve as a place where people can act freer, ignoring the defenite funtion of the space.

Dining Room

Parlour

Reading Space


PLAN SECTION

EXPLODED & PATHS

PERSPECTIVE SECTIONS

Kid's Space Kid's Room Balcony Kid's Room

Balcony

Master Room Kid's Space Master Room

Second Floor

Section B-B Reading Space

Reading Space

Living Room

Living Room

Dining Room

First Floor Section A-A Dining Room

Parlour Bath Room

Parlour Bath Room Entrance

Ground Floor

PHYSICAL MODEL


SITE ANALYSIS

ARCHITECTURE III

SPACE ANALYSIS

The original spacial sequence was Lobby-AuditoriumStage. However the auditorium and the stage are only visually connected but spacially separated, as well as the hotel & apartments.

Studio Work

LOGICAL ANALYSIS

(Exchange Program in Milan, Italy)

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

Team Work

Guo Tian (Leader) Liang Jiahong Ouyang Kaixin Zhang huatong

Instructor

Pallini Cristina

Design Period Sep, 28 - Jan, 28 2015

Software

AutoCAD V-Ray Sketchup Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign

INSERT NEW BLOCK

COMO POLITEAMA THEATER RESTORATION From the analysis we can found out that, Politeama is on the corner of the main town, most of the scenic spots are on the northeast of the town. Path from the train station to the Como Lake shows that Politeama isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t the only way which must be passed. These lead it to be a place not targeting tourists but local residents. What Politeama and Community Center have in common: Gathering people to occur intercaction activities Q: How to make the old building reborn? <---- Let the building be used people <---- Attracting people coming here and to stay <---- High quality of spacial conditions, which affording better choices A: Affording different chioces of activities inside the center. Q: What kind of interaction activities will be possibly taken place among a community? A: FORMS OF SOCIAL INTERACTIONS a. without target people (to attend mass activities) e.g. Theatre, market, etc. b.with friends or acquaintance e.g. Chatting, meals, games, etc. c.with friends or acquaintance but for more private activities e.g. Parties, family cinema, discussions, etc.

DIFFERENT LEVEL OF PUBLICITY & PRIVACY OPEN SEMI-OPEN PRIVATE

THE FUNCTIONS WE ARE PLACING IN Theatre, market, rock climbing, Exhibitions Restaurant, Cafe, Newspaper reaing Multi-function rooms, Boxes, Rehearsal

Division of Work : Main Design & Concept - Guo Tian, Ouyang Kaixin / Graphic - Guo Tian, Ouyang Kaixin, Liang jiahong, Zhang Huatong / Model Making - Guo Tian, Liang Jiahong

The two important main spaces have great different atmospheres according to the spacial rank. We try to place in a new popular function, rock climbing, as well as the stairs connecting two spaces, to gain a totally big and new active center when it isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t being used as a theater. When designing the climbing wall we also take the stage functions, like stage properties, into considerations.

In new center, we make the stage and auditorium become acccessible to each other, the two typical important space are now interacted. Basement and the backyard are also added into the new axis.

0

5

10m


MASTER PLAN

0

10

PHYSICAL MODEL

PHYSICAL MODEL

AXONOMETRIC EXPLODED

25m

ROCK CLIMBING WALL

LOGISTICS PATHS

EXHIBITION

OTHER FUNCTIONAL PATHS EXHIBITIONPATHS

Ground Floor for Market

MAIN PATHS

TERRACE CAFE LYBRARY

TINY BOXES RESRTOOM

SITE SECTION To the south side of the building there are plaza and church, which are the main people coming from. Accordng to this we consider the southern side as the facade with main entrance.

Reinforce the spacial feeling of the foyer, as the transition area, attracting the vitality from the piazza to the building inside. There are also sister functions affording better rest area.

Adjusting the northern elevation according to the new function inside. Backyard is considered as a quiet and peaceful atmosphere, for its location between exhibitions and residence, which are both static functions.

A s s i sta n t ro o m s a re a l l placed in the southeast part of the building. Intensve and independent path for staff will increase efficiency.

Restaurant function is still here as a buffer to the road. Terrace Cafe becomes a verticle extention, strengthen the connection between outdoor and indoor spaces.

First Floor

RESTROOM

STAFF ENTANCE BACKYARD

REHERSAL ROOM STORAGE RESTROOM STORAGE AUDITORIUM STAGE

FOYER

RESTAURANT

MAIN ENTRANCE

residence

square

POLITEAMA

residence

residence

residence POLITEAMA yard road

residence

Second Floor

RESTAURANT ENTRANCE


INTERIOR SPACE

a. We consider the backyard to be a part of the exhibitions, so that the oneway path is confirmed. The perspective section shows the space sequence of the community center, as well as the scene that how various activities happening in the same time. The OPEN space can still has visual communication with the SEMI-OPEN space. According to different atmosphere of typical functions like reading rooms and rehearsal rooms, there are physical barrier between. The balconies on the second floor can have visual access to the central space, but not in other way round, which maintain the privacy as well as reaching more visual experience. It also works in the exhibition part.

PLANS

b. There is still hiden path for parking area and restaurant.

Crossing floors behind the climbing wall can view the backyard, also the stage and the auditorium by the designed kaleidoscope in different angle.

c. Three sides of the the backyard are all over 20m h i g h , w h i c h o p p re s s t h e backyard spacially. East side becomes the best choice to build landscape.

Auditorium

Exhibition

d.Tall trees are placing to separate from noisy streets.

The original auditorium space is still being usd for theater. We shorten the wall surrounded, and place flexible doors inside, which can be closing when theater function is working. The door can be hiden behind the wall when the auditorium is used as market, regular activities like handcraft salon, movie playing, etc

We consider that the stage can be more active besides using as a theater, inserting the climbing wall into the stage. The semi-surrounded shape of the wall can fill up the auditorium then become a full space.

0

5

10m

0

5

10m

0

5

10m

Ground Floor for Stage

e. Two different level of groud and grass are designed to distinguish the sculpture area and path.

Stage

Auditorium

U shape profile glass is used in the rehearsals rooms, in order to get more visual communications. The two rehearsals room can be used for the orchestra or dancing troupe, etc., and also for the local residents.

Perspective Section

Foyer

Exhibition

Auditorium for Market

Auditorium for Show

First Floor

Second Floor


PHYSICAL MODEL

PHYSICAL MODEL

FLEXIBLE DOORS Flexible doors are often being used in restaurants in China, in order to divide space easily, offering rooms for guests who prefer to have private space for meals. We use this kind of doors in our multi-function rooms, offering different sizes of rooms for rental. Pedple can rent the rooms for parties, meetings, famlily movie or personal exhibitions for kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; works.

Lybrary

Foyer

Terrace Cafe

Stage

B-B Section

A-A Section

South East Elevation

North East Elevation

North West Elevation


LOCATION ANALYSIS

RESEARCH FRAMEWORK Field Study & Questionaire Survey

City Life

City Village

GUANGDONG CHINA

Downtown Affordable Housing Lack of Open Space Chao�c Layout Safety Loophole Bad Sanita�on Condi�on

SHENZHEN

URBAN DESIGN I

GUANGDONG

GANGXIA VILLAGE SHENZHEN CBD

Chao�c System

SITE STATUS

System

TEAM WORK

Examina�on

Guo Tian Wang Guan

Instructor

Students

Li Yun Yang Xiaochun

Renters

Workers

White-collars

Space Strategy

Shop Owners

Ques�on

Mar, 1 - Jun, 8 2015

Bird View

Memorial Archway

Shake-Hand Buildings

Narrow Passway

Mixed Traffic

Life Strategy

Culture

Revitaliza�on

Culture Strategy

Planning Objec�ves

Demand

Messy Line Pupe

Space

SURVEY DATA ANALYSIS

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ING & PARK 45% EEN GR

FAC ILIT IES

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COUTU RE 11 % Y 11% AUT BE

BUS INE SS

63% -6K 3K

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Division of Work : Guo Tian and Wang Guan contributed to this project evenly

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Gangxia village is located in the center of Futian district in Shenzhen, existing as the only urban village in Futian CBD. Since 1980s, lots of extraneous people flooded into Shenzhen to seek better development. Villagers gained constant income from them by turning their farmland and original houses into rental houses. However, without enough supervision and proper guidance of government, villagers built plenty of buildings with extremely high density and most of which were even built illegally for earning more money. So even though urban village provides relatively low living cost for extraneous population, various safety loopholes in urban village will always be a threat to dwellers. Therefore, we need to solve problems in the village and in the mean time preserve a sense of history, creating a socially vibrant new heart of Futian.

2% ON 4 ATI NIT SA

GANGXIA VILLAGE URBAN RENEWAL

HOUSING COND ITIO N1 6%

COMMUTE 2 Y 8% % RIT CU SE

1% MEDICINE 2% RE 1 ITU RN FU

38% ING TER CA

Exellent Prize in National Students' Urban Design Course Work Competition

Space

Op�miza�on

Cultural Default

Life Reconstruc�on

Software

AWARDS

Resource

Integra�on

Depressed Space

TARGET DIRECTION

Design Period

AutoCAD V-Ray Sketchup Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Lumion

Fragmental Resource

Shops Proportion

The Most Concerned Problem

The Most Wanted Funtion

Renters' Salaries

The variety of the street shops in the village can meet most demands of the residents. Thus we want to preserve the same streets experience.

Most of the interviewees complain about the lack of facilities and low quality of the sanitation. So better facilities and higher standard of sanitation are needed.

Most of the interviewees think that the function this site needs the most are culture block, greening & parks and business center.

Most of the renters are outsiders with low income. Thus we should provide enough indemnificatory housings for them to find their footholds in Shenzhen.

Economy

Culture

Nature

Development Strategy

Reconstruc�on

Spacial

Organic Renewal

Crea�vity Import

Industrial Integra�on

Space Reinforceme

Mul�-level City

Cultural & Crea�vity

Commercial Ac�va�on

Fabricate Street Space

2nd-level Pla�orm

History Museum

SOHO Import

Reinforce Space Traits

Reinforce Space Traits

LOFT Culture

2nd-level Commercial

Extend City Village Texture

Extend City Village Texture

Crea�ve Market

Suppor�ng Facili�es


STREETS SCALE ANALYSIS 12F 9F

8F

8F

7F

5F

2.5m

7.7m

2.5m

EAST STREET East Street

1.3m

8F

7F

6.9m

7F

5F

2.5m

3.8m

SOUTH SouthSTREET Street

9.0m WEST WestSTREET Street

2.3m

2.5m

7.5m

2.5m

NORTH STREET North Street

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SITE ANALYSIS

15

16 14

13 12

11

The site is surrounded by the tall buildings which makes the city village even harder to get enough sunlight

Despite the subway station and the bus station being in the south, most commercial activities happen in the inner part

10

9

Vehicle-pedestrian mixed traffic is one of the biggest problems in the city village, causing lots of incidents and inconvenience

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5 6

2

1 Choose the isolated block whcih links two main streets in the city village as the reserved area and transform it into a history experience museum

In order to optimize the ventilation and utilize the view, average building height gradually increases from south to north, keeping views open down the south and the east

According to the pedestrian analysis, public-private sequence, view utilization and the sunlight accessability, the sectorization of the project is carefully formed

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Subway Sta�on Entrance Greening Sunken Plaza Urban Garden Business Building Shopping Mall Elementary School Sports & Leisure Area Food Street Central Historical Block Fire Ramp Swimming Pool & Cafe West Residen�al Plaza Leisure Boardwalk East Residen�al Plaza Kids’ Plaza Business Leisure Park

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FAR: 4.068 Greening Rate: 76% Total Building Area: 1,080,000m²

MASTER PLAN


URBAN STRUCTURE DIAGRAM

CULTURE HISTORICAL BLOCK HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE

ON GROUND PARKING

UNDERGROUND PARKING

COMMUNITY SERVICE

2ND FOOR PLATFORM

COMMUNITY SERVICE UNDERGROUND PARKING

INDEMNIFICATORY RESIDENCE

UPPER FOOR LINKAGE

CULTURAL HISTORICAL BLOCK ON GROUND COMMERCIAL

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SHOPPING MALL

UNDERGROUND COMMERCIAL

Underground Level

Ground Level

Platform Level

RESERVED RESIDENCE

Upper Level

Remove 2 buildings of the street block to create open space

Insert the greening into the open space to optimize the environment

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

SOUTH PERSPECTIVE

Connect the whole block with a red passageway

Facade reconstruction to express the combination of new and old

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Preserving the original street space experience in the reatail cross and providing the residents all kinds of needs in life

Ex i n p eri H I S G a n g e nc T x

Plazas in different scale are spread all over the site, providing the residents plenty of public space for mutiple functio

NORTH PERSPECTIVE

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The plan's organizing principle is that buildings should be surrounded by greening area

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BIRD'S EYE VIEW


BUILDING TYPES

SECTION & DETAILS ROOF GARDEN

SKY GARDEN

SKY GARDEN

BORADWALK NORTH PUBLIC SPACE

ROOF GARDEN

ROOF GARDEN

URBAN GARDEN

The southwestern corner should be an open space to attract the pedestrain

A sunken plaza is created to connect the subway station

Inport the concept of stereo greening into the business area

Furder the landscape design in this area to create numerous open space and gardens

KID'S PLAZA STREAMLINE

ROOF GARDEN

HOLLOWED AREA

Choose the slab-type apartment building to provide the affordable housing

In order to optimize vantilation, a part of the block is hollowed

Use the set-back model to optimize the eyesight of other buildings

Roof gardens are created to ensure a dynamic community that exists at multiple scales

ENTRANCE GREENING BLEACHERS & STAIRS

SKY GARDEN

CROSS LAYER BRIDGE SKY TERRACE INFINITY POOL FACILITIES

Follow the shape of the reserved Gaokeli community and form the 'twin-tower'

A extra block with facilities creates open space for the upper-floor residents

BUSINESS AREA

After rotating and piling up, a unit of the tower is formed

WEST RESIDENCE

Conbining all the elements and form the final design

EAST RESIDENCE

CAFE UNDER THE POOL


SITE MODEL

LOCATION ANALYSIS

GUANGDONG CHINA

SHENZHEN

URBAN DESIGN II

GUANGDONG

HI-TECH NORTH

SHENZHEN NANSHAN

Baoan Central District

POLICY ANALYSIS

Liuxiandong Headquater Base Futian CBD

Qianhai Cooperation Zone

Chegongmiao Business District

Team Work

Shenzhen Hi-Tech Park

Guo Tian(Leader) Wang Guan(Leader) Chen Feng Huang Yiyi

2000

1996

Urban center moves west

2004

2014

SOCIAL ANALYSIS

Instructor Yang Hua

Resident Population in Hi-Tech Park

72k

Design Period

Employee Population in Hi-Tech Park

220k

Employee Population in Site

24k

22%

Mar, 16 - May, 26 2016

Residential Land in Site

Upper Limit of FAR

RGING IND IC EME UST TEG RY RA 35 ST .

USTRY 59.9% IND

TECHNOLO ATION GY RM 44 FO % IN

27% RE TU

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1200

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14.00% 12.00%

1000

10.00%

800

35%

CE 16% FINAN

Coposition of GDP by pillar industry in SZ

3%

8.00% 600 6.00% 400

New Energy & Material Light Machine Aviation

Secondary Industry

4.00% 200 2.00%

Staffs living in the nearby community

General Exploitment Maximum = 4.5

IMPORT 2.5 INDUSTRY

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Composition of GDP by three industry in SZ

44%

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Division of Work : Design, Concept, Main Graphic - Guo Tian & Wang Guan / Policy, Grapic, Documents - Chen Feng / Model, Grapic - Guo Tian, Huang Yiyi

60%

CULTURE 6% EN

RNET 12% INTE

The purpose of this project - To provide supplementary researches to the Hi-Tech north speical planning To provide relevent advice and reference design concept for the urban optimization To provide academic supports and theoretical bases for next period of palnning and design

BIO 4% MATERIA L6 %

PRIMARY IND US TR Y

Landuse Area < 1ha

Landuse Area > 3ha

INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 7% GY ER

The development of Shenzhen is restrained by the limit of its land resource, environment, population, energy, etc. Under the 'Harmonious Shenzhen, Efficient Shenzhen' development policy, the government is now actively promoting projects like urban renewals, urban function reconstruction, industry upgrade, etc. Nanshan, as an old industrial district of Shenzhen, its reconstruction and revival has become a focus of Shenzhen urban and industry upgrade.

Staffs working in the Hi-Tech industry

ERS 33% OTH

NANSHAN HI-TECH NORTH URBAN RENEWAL

Staffs with college degree or above

Area Extension

Landuse Area 1-3ha

Staffs working in the Hi-Tech park are relatively better educated and most of them are working in the Hi-Tech industry. The job-residence imbalance caused some serious problems including tidal traffic, the lack of regional vatality in nonworking time.

ARY INDUSTRY OND 40. SEC 1%

TOP 100 Graduation Project of SZU 2016

Staffs living in the nearby community

0%

AWARDS

93%

86%

Urban Renewal Project of Indusrial Estate

Residential Land in Hi-Tech Park

Software

AutoCAD V-Ray Sketchup Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Lumion

Comprehensive Improvement

Shenzhen Bay Headquarter Base Houhai Headquarter Base

10% of new area transfer to gorvenment (free of charge)

Luohu Old CBD

Billion (CNY)

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

The GDP of tertiary industry has increased steadily and the emerging industry has also developed rapidly

Biological Medicine Environment Protection

2.5 Industry

Professional Services Internet Tech Finance

Tertiary Industry Cultural Creativity Electronic Information

Import electronic information, cultural creative and other hi-tech industry into the original industry to activate regional vatality


TRAFFIC ANALYSIS

TIDAL LANE

LANDUSE ANALYSIS

20mins Shenzhen North Railway Station

24mins Airport

R=

20 0m

Bus Terminus

15mins Qianhai Junction

Bus Terminus

17mins Futian Junction

FAR

15mins Shenzhen Bay Port

68% 31% 1%

Research & Office

Univocal Landuse Ownership

Production & Office

Complex Landuse Ownership

Facilities

0.0 ¬ 1.0 1.1 ¬ 2.0 2.1 ¬ 3.0 3.1 ¬ 4.0 4.1 ¬ 5.0 5.1 ¬ 6.0 > 6.0

Equally Divided Landuse Ownership

25mins Shekou Port

Metro System There will be only 1 metro station passing through the site, which is highly inadequate for the up coming population increment

Current Building Fuction Most of the buildings in the site are research and production office, facilities in this area are severely insufficient

Bus System Most of the bus lines near the site are blocked by the Beihuan blvd and Guang Shen highway

Landuse Ownership Analysis By analyzing different kinds of landuse ownerships in the site, we can better readjust landuse stratergy

g an

Gu

STREET ANALYSIS

Current FAR According to the development tendency, the current average FAR of the site is too low to match its positioning

SHARING SPACE INSERTION

Sh en

Baoshen Rd

y wa gh

Hi

Nanping Express way

Langshan 2nd Rd

en

Sh n

na

Beihuan BLVD

VD BL

Keyuan Rd

n BL VD

Kejibei 2nd Rd

i Rd

nna

Shahex

Keyuan Rd

Nanh

ai BLV

D

Moon Bay BLVD

She

Langshan 1st Rd

Langshan Rd

Beihuan BLVD

Closed & pedestrain unfriendly street front

Binhai BLVD

External Roads System The obstruction of Expressways and the scarce intersection setting makes the site hard to access

Internal Roads System The irrational road grid design in the south part of the site causes heavy traffic in the site during rush hours

Sample Block Scale Analysis

Obey the division between ownerships Insert sharing open space

Sharing space will permeate into each building group

URBAN STRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

Tidal Lane Design the tidal lanes to solve the tidal traffic in the site during rush hours

TRAFFIC OPTIMIZATION Nanping Expressway Guang Shen Highway

Underpass area

Recommanded Planning Station

Already Planning Station

Kejibei 2nd Rd

R

=

50

0m

Liuxiandong Headquarters Base

Hi-Tech Mid

Hi-Tech South

Adding new metro station Adding one more metro station would greatly lower the regional road traffic pressure and increase the accessibility of the site

Adding Bus Loop Lines New bus loops can improve the connections between Hi-tech Park and Liuxiandong Headquaters Base

Underpass area

D

Beihuan BLV

Planning Underpass Road Considering the relatively higher level of Beihuan BLVD and Guangshen Highway, underpass road is the best way to link southern & northern areas

Improved Internal Road Grid By increasing the road grid density and clearing the the irrational road, the traffic in the site will be kept flowing smoothly

Headquarter blocks Select the central part of the site which connects both metro stations for the headquarther blocks, inserting a central green axis

Pedestrain street space Considering the relatively lower roadgrade and its suitable pedestrian scale, select this big 'U' as the structure of pedestrain space

Open space structure Extend the central green axis to the inner street blocks, creating the open space structure which connects all the blocks

Nope space Creating different and interesting nope space for each street blocks to ensure the equality of the open space


LAYOUT STATEGY

A DIVERISTY OF SPCIAL EXPERIENCE

Highest office buildings form the headquarter block

Lower hill buildings along 2 main pedestrain streets

High-level office building to form orderly urban interface

FUNCTIONAL DIVITION

Sharing space the lower part of each block

INTEGRATION OF INDUSTRY & CITY

中央绿带空间 总部办公楼

Landmark Building Headquarters Office

Headquarter Blocks

Cultural Facility Commercial Street Hotel Centralized Commercial

Sport Facility Community Center Elementary School Indemnificatory Residence

Commercial & Other Facilities

SOHO High-level Office Indus�ral Office

Industrial Park

LANDSCAPE SYSTEM

MASTER PLAN

Central Green Axis

24-60m 60-120m 120-200m 200m-300m

Height analysis

MULTI-GREENING & OXYGEN OFFICE

Diverse Sharing Green Axis

Courtyard Greening

Public Greening


HUMAN SCALE STREET BLOCK

PEDESTRAIN FRIENDLY ROAD DESIGN

Twisted road design can greatly reduce the car speed which is more friendly for pedestrain to cross the road

Twisted road design can also create plenty of extra space such as the outdoor area for cafes or canteens

The extra space could also extend the sidewalk, improving the walking experience in the street

It also provide a temperary parking space or a drop-off area without affecting the traffic

In order to encourage the low-carbon commute, extra space can also act as the parking area for buses and bikes

Elevated zebra crossing could also reduce the car speed which will benefit the pedestrain to cross the road

MULTI-USAGE OF OPEN SPACE

Open space provide different possibilities for various exploitment

VARIOUS OPEN SPACE FOR EACH BLOCK

Creative markets can import new thoughts and urban vatality

Temperary pavillions for experiencing cuttingedge technologies and ceremonies

Art exhibition in the serpentine gallery pavilion provide a place for people to purify their minds


GRID DIAGRAMS

LOW-CARBON / MULTI-SCALE / EFFICIENT

SMART COMMUNITY

SUSTAINABLE / SMART / ECO-COMMUNITY

Roo�op Drainage From Tower Roofs

Roo�op Drainage From Tower Roofs

Building Usage

Building Usage

Evapotranspira�on

Evapo-transpira�on Green Roof Absorb Water

Central Boulevard

Block Scale Walking Space

Evapotranspira�on

Green Roof Absorb Water

Evapora�on

Road Grid with Bicycle Lane

Commercial Pedestrian Street

Paved surface drainage

ROAD SECTION

FLEXIBLE / SCENERY / WALKABLE

Discharge to Combined Sewer

Paved surface drainage Discharge to Combined Sewer

Overflow to Sewer Rainwater Cistern

Rainwater Cistern

pump

pump

Solar Analysis

10m

8m

4m

20m

4m

13m

10m

Reserved Tramway Road Section (without tramway)

9m

4m

7m

5m

Basic Road Section

10m

8m

4m

20m

4m

13m

Reserved Tramway Road Section (with tramway)

5m

5m

4m

20m

4m

Central Boulevard Section

5m

Reclaimed Water System

Station Setting & Planning Tramline

5m

5m

7m

7m

Commercial Street Section

Ground Greening

Roof Greening

Permeable Pavement

Waterscape


PHASE DEVELOPMENT

ECONOMIC INDICATORS

1-2

2-1

2-2

3-1 3-2 3-5

3-4

4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5

3-3

1-1

2-3

2-4

3-6

3-7

5-2

6-1

6-2

7-1

7-2

5-3

6-3

6-4

1-3

8-1

8-2 8-3

8-4

8-5

11-1 11-2 11-3

12-1

12-2

11-4

12-3

5-1

9-1

9-3

9-2 9-4

10-1 10-2

These two areas are relatively harder to develop and need more fundings and other facilities to support the development

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Bu

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t Po den Resi

Average Output

essib

pula

den

Land Value

FAR

Economic

Greening Rate

Spacial

approximately 120ha 160ha 1.34 1.77 9.67 -

355ha 2.96 4.02 11.02 26.50%

Con trib uti on

Ra te

Revenue Tax Industry Agglomeration Headquarter Space Land Owner

Space Quality

Land User

FAR (after planning) = Admitted FAR * Weighting Coefficient

3%

7%

% 45

4%

9

4% 10

8%

11

23%

Mul�-func�on Buildings

1% 3% 3 %

% 77

7

8%

Hotel & Apartment Recrea�onal Facili�es

PROPORTION 7% 99% 1% 9% 55% 30% 15% 3% 1% 3% 40% 25% 10% 25%

5

8

5%

Commercial

AREA / ㎡ 248,455 245,970 24,845 319,442 191,665 79,860 47,916 106,481 35,494 106,481 31,944 26,972 10,648 26,620 3,549,352

9%

Residencial

NOTES Subtotal Indemnificatory Residen�al Educa�on & Medical Subtotal Concentrated Commercial Retail Commercial Underground Commercial Subtotal Subtotal Subtotal Hackerspace Exibi�on Space Conference Hall Other Flexible func�ons Total

4

6

Corporate Strength

INDICATORS AFTER PLANNING FUNTION

3

Public Facilities

AFTER

BEFORE

ctor n Fa tio rta po s n ra

ificator y Housih emn ng Ind

idity

INDICATORS Total Land Use Total Building Area Gross FAR FAR Road Grade Road Area Propor�on

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Functional

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Off

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Mix

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D g

T

Po p

2

Landuse Exploitatio n Mix

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Ou

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Government

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Enterprise

e

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Weighting Factors

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Acc

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Loc ati on

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1

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Re

S

d

an

ion

Op

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DISTRICT CODE

FAR MEASURING METHOD Regional Value

BEFORE & AFTER PLANNING Re

11-5

12-3 12-3 12-3

12-3 12-9 12-10

FAR < 1.0 1.0-2.0 2.0-3.0 3.0-4.0 4.0-5.0 5.0-6.0 > 6.0

Phase 3 & 4

Giving the priority to develop the areas near metro stations which is easier for the developers to recoup their funds

rt s po

11-7 11-8

11-9

Phase 1 & 2

11-6

11-10

10-3

7-3

PHYSICAL MODEL VIEW

Hotel&SOHO Commerical

Industrial

Professional Serivice

Finance

Cultural

Photoelectricity

Biology

Other Hi-tech

Internet

Electronics Info

12

TOTAL CONTRIBUTI CONTRIBUTI BLOCK LANDUSE CONTRIBU CONTRIBUTION BUILDING ON LAND ON BUILDING CODE /㎡ TION RATE LAND RATIO AREA / ㎡ AREA / ㎡ AREA/ ㎡ 1 5712 4.5 25704 15% 3856 0 2 11587 4.5 52142 15% 7821 0 3 16632 4.6 76507 20% 15301 0 1 11610 4.2 48762 20% 9752 0 2 13480 3.2 43136 20% 8627 0 3 10320 3.7 38184 20% 7637 0 4 14080 3.2 45056 20% 9011 0 1

4579

3

13737

0%

0

2747

2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4

1996 5059 12473 10058 15648 14162 36982 8343 5995 9771 9410 26023 11102 13854 11182 12399 10906 9236 9264 13862 14877 35904 14544 9483 8236 20451 19782 12926 11845 61890 14685

4.2 3 6.3 3.7 3.6 3.3 6

8383 14177 78580 37215 56333 46735 221892

0% 0% 20% 20% 20% 20% 35%

0 0 15716 7443 11267 9347 77662

1677 3035 0 0 0 0 0

3 2.5 2.6 4 4.8 10 4.2 4.2 0 6 3.2 4.1 3.5 4 2.8 3 4 5 6 3.5 8 4 5

17985 24428 24466 104092 53290 138540 46964 52076

0% 20% 15% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20%

0 4886 3670 20818 10658 27708 9393 10415

0 0 0 0 0 13854 0 0

55416 29645 56834 52070 143616 40751 28449 32944 102255 118692 45241 94760 247560 93425

15% 15% 20% 20% 35% 20% 15% 0% 35% 35% 15% 15% 15% 20%

8312 4447 11367 10414 50266 8150 4267 0 35789 41542 6786 14214 37134 14685

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6589 0 0 0 9476 0 0

NOTE

ELECTRICITY SUBSTATIO

GREENLAND

GREENLAND

1

4944

4

99776

50%

49888

9978

2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

30699 36042 8206 9801 11448 11849 13433 13227 9980 9315 11000 12692 13047 20556 3016 33125 9681 24072 6769 9017

5 5 5.8 4 4.5 3 2.6 3.2 2.9 6 6.2 6.2 4.3 6 4.5 3.8 5 4.2 4.5 5

153495 180210 53395 39204 51516 35307 32326 42326 28941 55890 68200 78690 56102 123336 13572 12586 48405 101102 30461 45085

20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 15% 20% 20% 15% 15% 20% 35% 0% 0% 15% 15% 15% 15%

30699 36042 10679 7841 10303 7061 6465 6349 5788 11178 10230 11804 11220 43168 0 0 7261 15165 4569 6763

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1357 1259 0 0 0

BIRD'S EYE VIEW

CEMTRAL TOWER

COMMERCIAL STREET

SHARING GREEN AXIS

including GREENLAND

CENTRAL BOULEVARD


STUDIO & COURSE WORK

OTHER WORKS

Teahosue Design, 2012 SPRING

Concrete With Optical Fibre, 2012 FALL

Exhibition Space 1&2, 2012 FALL

Campus Art Center, 2013 SPRING

Stairs To The Sky, 2013 SPRING

Art Gallery, 2014 SPRING

Interior Deisgn, 2014 SPRING

Campus Art Center, 2013 SPRING


STUDIO & COURSE WORK

STUDIO X

(LEADER IN TEAM WORK) 3-DAY WORKSHOP FOR HOUSING PROBLEM / SPRING, 2016

Community Center, 2014 SPRING Group Members

CLASSROOM REDESIGN PROJECT Floor Entrance Customized Lamp Sofa Cabinet

Adjustable according to the wall hole

(LEADER IN TEAM WORK) A REAL PROJECT - CHOSEN TO BE IMPLEMENTED / SUMMER, 2015 Customized Gra�ng

Fire Exit

Customized Locker

Customized Working Desk

STUDIO GALLERY

Each grid is 410*410*370mm

JUNIOR GRADE WORKING AREA

Glass Thick 20mm

LIVING AREA Projec�on Area

Combined by 2 individual grid cabinet 1290*2990*400mm

SENIOR GRADE WORKING AREA

Coffee Fridge

Different size of the BOX for various usages Extra plates for future usages

Wood

Landscape Redegisn of Building of CAUP, 2014 FALL Bar Counter

Customed Locker

Congregate Housing, 2014 FALL

Studio Gallery [ Exhibition of class culture ]

Customized Working Desk

Customized Grid Cabinet

Display Board

Low Cabinet

Layout

Living Area + Junior Students Working Area

Customed Grid Cabinet

Customized Working Desk + Bar Counter

Accomplished Parts [ Photos ]

Senior Students Working Area


SELECTED PHOTOGRAPHS

Lisboa - Portugal 2015.NOV

SELECTED PHOTOGRAPHS

Setubal - Portugal 2015.NOV

Rome - Italy 2015.SEP

Barcelona - Spain 2015.NOV

Amalfi - Italy 2015.SEP

Syracuse - Italy 2015.SEP

Copenhagen - Danmark 2015.DEC

Barcelona - Spian 2015.SEP

Helsinki - Finland 2015.DEC

Lausanne - Swiss 2016.JAN

Inari - Finland 2015.DEC


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