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TING HUANG

Vitae

E-mail: ting.huang.0908@gmail.com Phone: +1 (206)556-8921

EDUCATION 2015-2018

University of Washington

Seattle, US

3+Year Master of Architecture 2011-2015

Jiangnan University

Wuxi, China

Bachelor of Engineering Major in Architecture

INTERNSHIP Summer 2017

Office Off Course

Hangzhou, China

Design Development, Construction Documents Summer 2016

Miller Hull Partnership

Seattle, US

Concept and Schemetic Design, Model Making,Rendering Summer 2015

Kooo Architects

Shanghai, China

Concept and Schemetic Design, Model Making,Diagraming

EXPERIENCE Fall 2017

Study Abroad - UW Rome Program

Rome, Italy

Field Trip in Italy, Travel around Europe Spring 2017

Cobe Studio

Copenhagen, Denmark

Field Trip in Copenhagen, Studio Workshop in Cobe Summer 2014

Hand Drawing Summer Studio

Shanghai, China

Sketch and Watercolor Practice

PROFICIENCY

ACHIEVEMENTS

Auto CAD Adobe Suite Revit

Sketch Up Rhino 3D Max

VRay

Hermann Pundt Memorial Endowed Fellowship, University of Washington 2016-2017 Mitsu and William O. Fukui Memorial Endowed Diversity Scholarship, University of Washington 2016-2017 Three-Sixty Fund Endowed Fellowship, University of Washington 2015-2016 First-Class University Scholarship, Jiangnan University 2013-2014


WORK EXAMPLES BREATHING HOUSE

UW Winter Studio 2017 AIAS Competition - A House For 21st Century Selected for UW END OF THE YEAR SHOW

HANFORD SITE MOTEL

UW Spring Studio 2016 Selected for UW END OF THE YEAR SHOW

MOBILE STORE FOR FASHION DESIGNER Intern at Kooo Architects

SHAXI HANDICRAFT ART MUSEUM Undergraduate Studio EXCELLENT DESIGN

OUR URBAN LIVINGROOM

UW Study Abraod Program - COBE STUDIO 2017 Selected for UW END OF THE YEAR SHOW

OTHER WORKS

Tectonic Detail Model 1:1 Sketches Photography


BREATHING HOUSE

THE NEED FOR INCREASED DENSITY AND THE DESIRE FOR NATURAL BREATHING


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The house is fragmented into a dense array of individual rooms separated by intimate gardens and open space. Each neighbor provide protection and privacy for each other by the exterior CMU walls.

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As extensions of the interior space, the outdoor space allows a new way of life in which density is combined with space for solitude and an intimate connection with nature.


HANDFORD SITE MOTEL TRUTH IS ALWAYS PAINFUL AND PEACEFUL

The Hanford Site is a mostly decommissioned nuclear production complex operated by the United States federal government on the Columbia River in the U.S. state of Washington. Established in 1943 as part of the Manhattan Project in Hanford, south-central Washington, the site was home to the B Reactor, the first full-scale plutonium production reactor in the world. Plutonium manufactured at the site was used in the first nuclear bomb, tested at the Trinity site, and in Fat Man, the bomb detonated over Nagasaki, Japan.


ONLY LIGHT CAN HEAL THE SOUL


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1 Reception 2 Office 3 Storage 4 Exhibition Space 5 Motel Room 6 Restroom 7 Laundry 8 Sauna 9 Gym 10 Swimming Pool 11 Memorial Garden


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EMPTY IS POWERFUL BECAUSE WHAT IT IS IS FAR BEYOND WHAT YOU CAN SEE


NEVER LET THE FACT GET IN THE WAY OF THE TRUTH


Mobile Store for Fashion Designer THE COMBINATION OF SOFTNESS AND STRENGTH

This project was to design a mobile store for the world tour of a fashion designer who wants a design with “Japanese Style�. Instead of designing a Japanese style architecture in a visual way, we are sending a message to the world through the building: the issue of earthquakes in Japan that the construction industry has to face and the proposal of the solution to this problem from our vision. We use the disaster prevention hoods with the combination of softness and strength to pile up to a lightweight frame structure.


Horizontal Connected Zipper

Vertical Connected Magnets

The structure appears to be contradictory, but its feasibility has been proved by practice. The hoods underneath support the weight from above, increasing thickness and density of the air pressurized material. Besides, transparent acrylic rods are added inside of the hoods to reinforce the structure. Different layers of the hoods are made to have corresponding intensity adjustment. The printed pattern on the hoods are designed to use the client’s multi-colored clothing design style to create a beautiful space full of light and colors.


process of making one disaster prevention hood 01.cut vinyl sheet into the shape of hat vinyl sheet

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SHAXI HANDICRAFT ART MUSUEM ESCAPE FROM OVER-DEVELOPED VILLAGE TO NATURE Site Selection If the museum is located in the village scuh as site 1 and 2 shown in the vicinity map, the large volume of the museum will destroy the small scale spatial character of the village. So the site for the new museum is located at a nearby mountain. The relatonship between the new museum and all villages around in this area is “ watch and be watched.”

Shaxi village Dongnan village

Hualong village

Changle village

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existing road Concentrated Village Based on the analysis of the spatial character of Shaxi,Yunnan, the project trys to continue the local logic of organizing space. The musuem comprises a few individual small scale blocks which are connected by the open shared space. By experiencing the interior space and exterior space while walking through the different rooms, visitors can get a sense of the difference between handmade nature and nature. The roofs are intended to express a sense of handicraft and reflect the famous local handmade art. Despite of the big height difference of the site, the project makes each room accessible for disabled people.


1 Parking Lots 2 Reception 3 Information Center 4 Exhibition Space 5 Studio/ Maker Space 6 Supportive Area 7 Viewing Platform 8 Hostel 9 Loading Area


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North Elevation East Elevation


Local Space Scale Study

Section Types of the Museum

I attempt to create spatial experience with sensuous and bodily experience which is directly related to the memories of local ordinary life, real personal experience and feeling of nature.


OUR URBAN LIVINGROOM LIGHTEN THE URBAN LIFE

The proposal tries to activate the space under the metro by hanging the boxes for keeping the free and open space underneath. These hanging boxes are like lamps to lighten the urban life below, they are also like engines to provide support for the urban activities to happen around them.


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OTHER WORKS

TRY TO CAPTURE THE ESSENCE OF THE ARCHITECURE AND THE SITE

Kimbell Art Museum Expansion by Renzo Piano - Tectonic Detail Model 1:1 Team Work


Sketches


Photography - Saint Benedict Chapel by Peter Zumthor


Ting Huang E-mail: ting.huang.0908@gmail.com Phone: +1 (206)556-8921

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