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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN

2005 - 2013

TING-YU CHANG PORTFOLIO


TING-YU CHANG PORTFOLIO

2005-2013


CONTENTS

| | Academic Works 01 _ A Recall between History and Modern _ Past and the City

06 - 17

02 _ A Reach to the Earth _ Revive

18 - 25

03 _ A Exit of the World _ Eternity beyond Death

26 - 31

2008 / Senior Design Studio

2009 / Thesis Design Project

2007 / Junior Design Studio

| | Professional Works 04 _ Residential Hot Spring Villa

34 - 37

05 _ Tien-ho Harmony

38 - 39

06 _ R13-2 Urban Renewal

40 - 41

Jan. 2012 - Jun. 2013 / Moutain Residential Villa

Jul. 2011 - Apr. 2012 / Residential Building

Dec. 2011 - Jul. 2012 / Mixed Residential & Commercial District

| | Fine Art Works _ Photography & Illustration

| | Resume

42 - 43

44 - 45


that’s where I from & how I start...


一 ACADEMIC WORKS | | 2005 - 2009 in <<Landscape Architecture Department - Tunghai University>>

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01_PAST AND THE CITY_FOUR FOUR SOUTH VILLAGE 2009 // Senior Year Design Studio Professor // Jing-shoung Hou Collaborator // Yu-chi Kuo Position // Team Leader, Drawing, Simulating Program // Urban Park Spaces Recreate Location // Taipei Ciy, Taiwan Area // 269,000 m²

URBAN PARK // MEMORIAL TUNNEL ENTRANCE


XINYI Dist. & FOUR FOUR SOUTH VILLAGE_ INTRODUCTION

>> Xinyi Dist., Taipei East Taipei, especially Xinyi Dist, is the most prosperous area in Taiwan. The Xinyi Dist. is the seat of the Taipei mayor's office and the Taipei City Government. Key buildings including Taipei 101, Taipei City Council, Taipei International Convention Center, Taipei World Trade Center, and various shopping malls and entertainment venues make Xinyi the most modern cosmopolitan district of Taipei. Xinyi District is also considered the financial district of Taipei.The site is near one of the tallest building in the world – Taipei 101. This area renders a sense of rapid and instant development. >> Four Four South Village Four Four South Village, the former military dependents' village was built, filled with old low houses, and unused ground. Nowadays, the old village was mostly demolished, but a small part was preserved to serve as an Exhibition Center, and there is some landscape greening around the preserved part. Xinyi District

Project Site

Four Four South Village >> In order to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, I created a green center and a historical space in this place. I tried to extract the site from this atmosphere both psychologically and physically.

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PAST AND THE CITY // IDEA & CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

Site Analysis

Taipei 101

On the two sides of the major

Site

boulevard – Xinyi road – there are two very different sceneries. On the north side there are the Taipei

Four Four South Village

World Trade center and Taipei 101. The south side of Xinyi Road, however, feels like another world, filled with old low houses, and

Site

unused ground, where Four Four South Villagewas built (the former military dependents' village) .

Taipei World Trade center

The north-site is scattered with messy private vege gardens, which is situated between the old village site and the World Trade Center, and has the potential to be a connection point. The way it was abandoned and wasted is a pity. South of the old village site is a Neighborhood

Park,

where

residents visit and get-together. But it is on the brink of the old

Residential Area

village which has a total different style, the two together seem like a visual conflict.

Elementary School

the Conflicting image + the Color pattern, of Xinyi Dist., Taipei


STRATEGY & DESIGN CONCEPT + PROCESS SKETCH

>> Strategy To create a connection and cohesion between the three â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the preserved old village, the north ground, and the south park. To take the hustle bustle commercial area across the road into consideration.

>> Strategy To combine the old with the new, and transform the site into a green oasis of the city where people can repose, relax, and contemplate. These are the main strategy of this project. Concrete to Green

Hard to Soft

Reality to Abstract

>> Concept Take the urban image and the feature of old military dependents villages into consideration, combining the geometric pattern of city blocks, with the old village impressions like narrow alley, anti-aircraft shelter, and pitched roof.

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DESIGN PROCESS + MASTER PLAN DESIGN

Section 5, Xingyi Rd Section 4

Geometric pattern which symbolizes the city blocks, accompanied by the tree arrays and vast meadow, creating an open extensive view. The open meadow is scattered with many interesting facilities and intriguing landscapes, giving the visitors unexpected surprises.

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Zhuanging Rd

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city pattern extending

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01 Connection Pavers 02 Urban Park Entrance 03 Memorial Area of the Urban Park 04 Fountain Plaza of the Urban Park 05 Current Social Plaza 07 Four Four South Village Exhibition Center 08 Xinyi Elementary School

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DETAIL DESIGN <A> // Memorial Area Perspective Simulation

>> Park Entrance Next to the open entrance of the park are public benches with interesting features, not only allow people to rest on, but also echoing the features of old villages. And the pedestrian walkways around are also equipped with benches beneath tree shades and colorful plants increase the diversity and vitality. >> Green Shelter Inspired by the small defense pillboxes in military dependents villages, there will be a Green Shelter, embraced by a elevated grassy slope. URBAN PARK // CONNECTION PAVERS & THE ENTRANCE

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02 Memory Tunnel 03 Grassy Slope 04 Green Shelter - Suken Square

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05 Family Playground 06 Energetic Grassy Lawn 07 Sunshine Grassy Lawn 08 Terraced Flower Bed

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In the past, because of occasional military operations, there are small defense pillboxes in the village, as the shelters for

DETAIL DESIGN <A> // Memorial Area

militants or residents. In this project there is a Green Shelter, a basin square embraced by a elevated grassy slope. In the Green Shelter, the visitors can not only reminisce the impression of the old time, but also find peace, slowly walking down the slope

a-a” Section + Perspective Simulation

toward the square, while the noise of the city temporary fades away. Next to the Green Shelter, also below one side of the slope, there is Family Playground, from where the energy of children laughter radiates through the whole park.

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Multi-colored Fower Bed

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Grassy Slope

Sunke Square

Old Tree


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DETAIL DESIGN <A> + <B> // Memorial Area of the Urban Park // Fountain Plaza of the Urban Park b-bâ&#x20AC;? Section + Perspective Simulation

Above the Green Shelter is the highest point of this site, from where you can look up at the Taipei 101, and can look down to have an overview of this site. Along the grass slope there are grass steps for visitors to rest on. Extended from the Family Playground, there is Energetic Grassy Lawn, a big lawn with rises and falls. Besides the recreation facilities, children can also learn the nature is very approachable and fun. The park is also designed with various plants, intriguing the curiosity of playing childer.

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04 Multi-colored Fower Bed

02 Grass Steps

05 Leading Installation Art

03 Fountain Plaza

06 Display Board of the History

>> Installation Art Display Area In a small part of the park there is an Installation Art Display Area, where parallel wood stacks form a guide way, inducing the visitors to go around, and maybe pause in front of some display boards, which are installed within the wood array and will introduce the history of the military dependents village. The visitors thus can not only relax here but also learn some city history. >> Fountain Plaza At the west side of the park there is a Fountain Plaza, where the visitors and residents of this neighborhood can refresh themselves, during summer time, when the fountain will be unlocked. In the winter time however, small activities can be organized here. D // FOUNTAIN PLAZA & MULTI-COLORED FLOWERBED 14 | 15


At the south side, inspired by the narrow alleys and small gutters of the old village, there will be a resembling design. In the old village,

DETAIL DESIGN <C> // Neighborhood Park

narrow alleys usually exist between two walls of houses. They usually contain some small gutters. In the park, the “narrow alley” is not surrounded by concrete walls, but by a wall resembling big grass slope, and am array of greenish trees. The “gutter” image will also be

Design Concept + c-c” Section

reused and thus become a little creek going through the entire park. The park will have an open view due to all the designs above, and will relate to the north ground. The images of the three parts will thus become cohesive , and together in this site the old and the new of the city can meet and have dialogues.

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05 Leading Insllation Art

02 Grass Steps

06 Contemplation Corner

03 Water Feature

07 Neighborhood Park Entrance

04 Grassy slope

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Green Wall

Water symbolize Gutters

Boardwalk symbolize Pavers


Keep the Roof-imagery

Transform the Concrete Wall in Green

Pavers of Narrow Alley

Continue the Gutter-imagery

Relaxing Grass Step

Widen Grassy Slope symbolize Roof-imagery 16 | 17


02_REVIVE_TAICHUNG

METROPOLITAN PARK

2009 // Senior Year Thesis Project Prefessor // Jing-shoung Hou Collaborator // Yu-chi Kuo, Cheng-chen Wu Position // Site Analysis, Drawing, Model Making Program // Public Recreation Space Design Location // Taichung Ciy, Taiwan Area // 880,000 m²

//Aquatic Ecology Experience//

//Energetic Natural Playground//

//Heart of the Park//


TAICHUNG METROPOLIAN PARK _ INTRODUCTION

>> The site is located in the central Taiwan, and is on the border between Taichung City and Taichung County. The core value of this project is to make the most of the significance of its locality, connecting the urban surroundings with the recreation surroundings, and thus becoming an important tourism landmark in central Taiwan, while benefiting the environmental sustainability in the same time. //Natural Landscape Outlook //

>> The big size of this unban park enables the park to function as the breathing lung of the Taichung metropolis – improving the air quality for the conurbation – as well as the top choice for weekend and holiday outing. >> An urban park experience shall not simply be a rehearsal of national parks experience, nor shall an urban park simply be an expanded street park. An urban park shall maximize its possibility, becoming a major meeting point in the city and a feature of urban life. This project aims to reach such goal.

Taichung Harbor

Dadu Tableland

Taichung Airport

Taichung Train Station

Site

Changhua County

Dadu River

Taichung City

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Revive and awaken. This project will awaken the recognition of the importance of urban park in the big Taichung. It values the needs of the metropolis. Various activities can be found in the park, a diverse and friendly urban park. The urban park will be simple yet not monotonous, indicating yet not complicated, secret yet not closed, open yet not fenceless. They seem contradictory when put together, yet they are all needed in an urban park. An urban park needs to respond to various needs.

2009 // SENIOR YEAR THESIS PROJECT REVIVE // TAICHUNG METROPOLIAN PARK

Natural Region

Artificial Area

Pet Park

Cultural Park

Creative Park

Ecological Park

Rivive - Greenish recreation zones separate in the park. A blue water ribbon connects different zones of the park. The park users can experience different milieu in the same park, and be exposed more to the park, time wise and space wise.

Green Zone

Blue Necklace

Natural Region


2009 // SENIOR YEAR THESIS PROJECT REVIVE // TAICHUNG METROPOLIAN PARK

The design concept is to encourage the harmonious relationship between man and the environment. The entire park is like a hand buried deep into the earth, feel the earth, and it is from such connection greenery is grown. A sense of connection and appreciation to the earth from people of all ages. Five fingers stretched outward, each creates its own independent space, for different activity, yet all are connected to the bigger structure. The hand is like embedded in the earth, inseparable from the earth.

Concept - Hand to Earth - rebuilding the harmonies relationship between man and nature

Process Sketch - Sketch analysis of the main area found through the project. Sketch of details and the evolusion.

THUMB FOREFINGER MIDDLE FINGER RING FINGER LITTLE FINGER PALM

entrence artist playground blue stream ecologic center

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DISIGN STRATEGY + MASTERPLAN

Hand to Earth - rebuilding the harmonies relationship between man and nature >> Earth-sheltered architecture >> Green building, open space of green roof >> Dialogue between the solid and the void

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01 entrance plaza

06 amenity garden

11 landscape playground

16 viewing platform

02 tourist service center / exhibition hall

07 outdoor theatre / fairground

12 streamlet pathway

17 main access road

03 lakeside restaurant / green roof

08 artist village

13 amphitheatre

18 parking area

04 waterfront broadwalk

09 public art space

14 eco lake / bioinfiltration basin

19 hiking trail

05 pets’ sunny lawn

10 extreme sports park

15 outdoor café

20 bike trail

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DETAIL DESIGN <A> Energetic natural playground Detail Plan + Section + Perspective

>> Extreme Sports Park Sunken concrete spaces in different scales, designed for different levels of extreme sports.

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>> Landscape & Family Playground Simple colorful game facilities well combined with the surrounding terrain, unlike the conventional rigid playground equipment.

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family playground extreme sports park raised timber deck feature paving plaza landscape playground

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Aquatic ecology experience

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DETAIL DESIGN <B>

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>> Aquatic ecology experience space Waterfront terraces and corridors connectthe aquatic area together shaping a pleasant relaxing space and creating the sense of fluidity. 01 02 03 04 05

amphitheatre waterfront outlook grass steps recreation desk streamlet pathway

06 amenity garden 07 pedestrian path 08 feature stargazing platform

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DETAIL DESIGN <C>

Wide opne-view of the entrance

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>> Waterfront Open Space Exquisite water features and open spaces, walls, rock feature landscape with undulating wooden platform to create a multi-level space.

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>> Pet’s Sunny Lawn A large lawn featuring a multipurpose raised deck provides users with an open space for both energetic and leisurely activities.

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07 mound & selected stone feature 08 screen planting 09 waterfront plaza 10 stepping stones (across the lake)

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03_ETERNITY

BEYOND DEATH << They are not visible but they are not gone. They are everywhere; they are in every beautiful thing around you. >>

2007 // Junior Year Design Studio Prefessor // Hsiao-lin Wang Collaborator // Hsin-rung Lee Position // Site Analysis, Design, Drawing Program // Mortuary Space Renewal Design Location // Taichung Ciy, Taiwan Area // 23,110 m²

BORN - start the life jouney in a ďŹ&#x201A;owing water and keep the self-challenge continually

GROWN UP - all the challenge make people became a life-complete individual


ETERNITY BEYOND DEATH _ INTRODUCTION

>> Like water. In Taoism, there is an important water metaphor. Tao is like flowing water, acing subtly, never competitive nor aggressive. It doesn’t act to break the obstacles, but flow around it, with its rhythm. Water is also like a clear mirror, reflecting men’s nature and the original state of harmony. Do not stand at my grave and weep I am not there. I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow. I am the diamond glints on snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain. I am the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the morning's hush I am the swift uplifting rush

>> Water exists in nature in three different states: solid, liquid, and vapor. Human beings in the vast world are like liquid water, continually flowing or propelling. And the experience most distinct to a human soul, not deprivable because it can only be gained through challenges or despairs, is like the clear ice, which will only become solid after wintry coldness. And the soul itself is like vapor. Though not visible or touchable like water, its existence is real and definite. >> The site of this project is located in Taichung city. It is the most important mortuary in Taichung. Unfortunately like other mortuaries in Taiwan, its high wall separates the inside from the outside, and its atmosphere is dreadful. Thus people always are fear of or stay away from it.

Of quiet birds in circled flight. I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry; I am not there. I did not die. - Mary Elizabeth Frye, 1932

Liquid Water Flowing water symbolizes a rich experienced life.

Solid Water Crystallized ices under zero degree symbolize the unique individuals defined by their own trials of life.

THE END - after all the chaos in life, let the spirit and soul liberate from the body, then step on a unkown new journey

Vapor Water Vapor symbolizes the invisible yet relatable souls, sometimes even felt like the truest thing in the world.

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The design aims to open the view of the mortuary. Instead of high concrete walls, it employs great greens, enabling people to calm themselves here. It also includes the water element, in order to soften the tone of the site, and to embody the metaphor of three water states. The mortuary will thus no longer be a place only for short stop by, but a place for reminisce, memory and eternity.

DISIGN STRATEGY + MASTERPLAN

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SPACE INDEX A B C D E F G H I J K L

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Level A- Auditorium Hall Level B- Auditorium Halls Level C- Auditorium Halls

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Family Memorial Rooms

Liquid // water channels, fountain, cascade

Autopsy Rooms Pre-burial Casket Rooms Cold Stores

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// gravestone sculpture, lighten ball

Cosmetic Application Room Investigation Room Refuse Area Wan-ying Shrine Current Ditch

Vapor // miscanthus ďŹ eld, water vapor installation


DESIGN DETAILS + DETAIL SKETCH

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Family Space

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Provide a quiet space for all the visitor and relevant

Lighten Yard

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Transform the square sculpture into the round lighten ball

Grass Slope

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Provide a relaxing space and let people close to the earth

Outdoor Waiting Area

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An outdoor space for people where they can take a rest

Contemplation Area

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A contemplation space which is embraced by the bamboo forests

Wooden Platform

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People can sit on the platform and recollect the memories

Gravestone Symbol

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The sculptures are symbolized the gravestone imagery

Square Arch Enatrance

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The arches welcome people enter this memorial space

Water Feature

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The cadcade symbolize the moveing-on soul and spirit

Water Corridor

A flowing water channel in the edge of life and death

Misty Imagery

Misty atmosphere let people connect to their spirit & soul

Cascade Section

The water fall into the ditch and back to the nature

SOFTSCAPE - CONCEPTUAL IMAGERY // Miscanthus

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> calming scent // Tropical Carpet Grass

// Jacaranda

// China Berry

// Chinese Fringe-tree

// Formosan Ash // Madagascar Almond

> evergreen

> purple flower

> light purple flower

> white flower

> light yellow flower

// Bamboo

> delicate leaves > nature air

// Banana Magnolia

// Common Elaeocarpus

// Boxleaf Eugenia

// Chinese

> fragrant flower > evergreen tree > delicate leaves > autumn falling red leaves with red leaves in red 28 | 29


DETAIL DESIGN <A> Entrance of the mortuary Detail Plan + Section + Sketches

>> Including arches and water cascades, through which visitors can find calmness and peace while entering the mortuary. Close to the entrance is a modernly designed wood building, the service center and family room.

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>> Next things come into sight are the vast greenery and the waves of wind-blown miscanthus field. Boldly placed on grass are a series of sculptures, symbolizing gravestones, which will astonish visitors with beauty, but not evoke any fear.

family space

entrance gate arch with cascade

wooden boardwalk

>> Corridor in the back, the backstage of the funeral service, combined a half-open sunlight-inviting wall, with a water channel. Thus the atmosphere there won’t be gloomy anymore, but tranquil and calming.

gravestone symbol

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miscanthus field & gravestone symbol

wooden boardwalk

family space

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Detail Design <A>

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gravestone symbol sculpture miscanthus field grass slope corridor with water channel level A- auditorium hall


To emphasize the design concept, this part will be composed of many water elements. The water channel runs through this part, and its ďŹ&#x201A;owing rhythm will bring up vivacity which helps people to move forward from their sentiments. Along the water channel there are some water vapor installations, which function to create misty surroundings, where people can have some substance to relate to the deceased. Such spiritual association will make the moment here memorable and eternal.

DETAIL DESIGN <B> Water memorial plaza Detail Plan + Section + Sketch

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concrete slope

fountain

central plaza

water channel

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entrance square arch

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entrance square arch contemplation area parking lot exit slope step stone focal point fountain

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central plaza connected pavement water channel & water vapor relaxing grass slope evel C- auditorium hall

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design, a self searching process...


一 PROFESSIONAL WORKS | | 一 2011 - 2013 in <<Evironment Professional Design Studio>> Participated in - Project Development, Case Study, Construction Drawing, 3D Modeling & Rendering

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04_RESIDENTIAL HOT SPRING VILLA Jan 2012 - Jun 2013 Director // Phil Chen Collaborator // Paul Kuo Position // Designer Program // Moutain Residential Villa Location // Hsinchu County, Taiwan Area // 161,147 m²

Freehand Sketch - Detail plan drawing

Freehand Sketch - Community entrance Gate

Freehand Perspective - Watre feature


INTRODUCTION

The project is located in the mountain area of Zhubei, Hsinchu county. A mere 20 minute

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drive from the Hsinchu city can bring you to this mountainside which is rich in hot-spring

CURRENT ENVIRONMENT +

resources. The former property here, a hot spring resort, was long abandoned after the neglect of management and lack of maintenance. To properly utilize the hot spring resources and the natural terrain, the client decides to re-develop a supreme residential

FACILITIES ANALYSIS

community and make the site become the landmark of Zhubei, which is our ďŹ nal goal.

Project site - Current status

A - Current outdoor hot spring

B - Current natural brook

A C - Current sluice gate

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A IMFORMATION CENTER + OUTDOOR HOT SPRING

B NATURAL BROOK + CAMPING CABIN

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C - Flood detention pool

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COMMUNITY CENTER + HIKING TRAIL

DESIGN MASTERPLAN +

NATURAL BROOK + HOT SPRING ARBOUR

DETAIL PLANS

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01 Interactive Paddy Fields 02 Hot Spring Resort 03 Communal Social Area

01 Brookside Boardwalk

04 Forest Broadwalk

02 Foot Bath Hot Spring Arbour

05 Landscape Outlook

03 Natural Brook 04 Water Features

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01 Foot Bath Hot Spring

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01 Entrance Plaza & Turning Lane

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DIGITAL MODELING + PERSPECTIVE

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There is a brook runs through the site which is cut by a valley. The main concerns of this project is how to design for the changeing altitude, and how to create a relaxing, multifunctional, and nature embracing community by properly utilizing the main nature resources.

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INDEX 1 Community Entrance 2 Cascading Water feature (sluice gate) 3 Pier of Flood Detention Pool 4 Brookside Boardwalk 5 Foot Bath Hot Spring Arbour (bamboo surrounded) 6 Riverside Pavement 7 Private Residence Backyard

DIGITAL MODELING + SECTION OF THE BROOK Brookside Boardwalk

Bamboo Surrounded

Hot Spring Arbour

Entrance & Exit

Private Residence

Natural Brook

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05_TIEN-HO_HARMONY

Boundary line

Jul 2011 - Apr 2012 Director // Phil Chen Position // Designer

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Program // Residential Building Location // Taipei city, Taiwan Area // 1,192m²

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The project is located in Tienmu, Taipei, a district ďŹ lled with exclusive apartments. Because the small size of this site, the crucial task is to create a high quality residential environment with an open and airy impression within a limited space. Instead of redundant decorations, the doorway is designed with simply hardscape, to be more yielding to the open space, and mirrored by a water feature, which allows the homecoming resident to feel peaceful.

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> paving > paving > water feature(edge) material: ceramic tiles material: granite (stonewear) colour: black colour: dark brown

> terrace material: granite colour: light grey

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> paving > platform feature material: granite colour: golden yellow

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CONSTRUCTION DRAWING + DIGITAL & PHYSICAL MODELING

The backyard it is featured with a big outdoor swimming pool, simply designed with a stone feature wall and diverse plants, recalling the relaxing and recreational atmosphere in the southeast Asia. During the development of the construction drawing, the project is asked to make a thorough plan of the site drainage system. The project thus installs the adjustable pedestals to all the outdoor landscape platforms to solve such problem.

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Sanchong Rd

06_R13-2_URBAN RENEWAL

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Dec 2011 - Jul 2012 Director // Pei-shiou Sun Position // Designer Program // Urban Renewal Location // Nangang,Taipei city, Taiwan Area // 10,703 m²

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>> Introduction The project is located in Nangang, Taipei. It is well located between Taipei city and Neihu Technology Park and thus can function as the link between them. This project is also a mixed use residential and commercial property, and thus is required to consider not only the need for private gardens, but also the need for open spaces for visitors.

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CONCEPT + PROCESS SKETCH

The architecture’s shape resembles a sailing shipt. Just like how the wave forms at the bow of a moving boat alters the surrounding water flow, the architecture and the surrounding landscape make the whole site a more vivid and interesting place to be.

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Process Sketch - Ship and the wave

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DIGITAL MODELING + DAYTIME & NIGHT SIMULATING

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02 EntranceWater Feature

10 Coner Landscape Feature

03 Private Space Water Feature

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04 Earth-sheltered Air-vent

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05 Covered Way with PVC Canopy 13 Exit Ramp to Basement 06 Lounge Arbour

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07 Family Playground

15 Secondary Entrance

08 Ecological Ponds

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|ă&#x20AC;&#x20AC;| FINE ART WORKS Photography // every treasure moment

1 Religion Liberate

3 Joyful

5 Sun Breath

Bangkok, Thailand 2012

Tokyo, Japan 2013

Taipei, Taiwan 2011

2 Beauty in Chaos

4 Move On

Bangkok, Thailand 2012

Tainan, Taiwan 2013

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Illustration & Pop-up Card Made

Wishes from the Gnome <<

ONE >> Knock Knock!

Inside of Card-One

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TWO >> Yummy Yummy!

Inside of Card-Two

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THREE >> Hello Hello?

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| | RESUME Education

Tunghai University, Department of Landscape Architecture

Sep. 2005 - Jun. 2009

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Overall GPA: 3.25 (THU Grading Systerm: Graduate Grade 77.2, GPA 3.5) Junior & Senior GPA: 3.53 (THU Grading Systerm: Average Grade 81.7, GPA 4.0)

Working Experiences

Environment Professional Design Studio, Taipei, Taiwan

Mar. 2011 - Jun. 2013

Full-time, Project landscape architecture/ interior designer

Tai-Tsang Planning Consultants Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan

Jul. 2009 - Oct. 2010

Assistant designer

Yen-She Design Co., Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan

Jul. 2008 - Aug. 2008

Intern, assisted in modifying construction drawings

Extracurricular Activities

The 24th Student Association of Landscape Architecture Department

2007 - 2008

General Director

Class Representative

Sep. 2005 - Jun. 2006

Freshman Class of Landscape Architecture Department

Honors & Awards

The 24th Association Judge

2007 - 2008

First prize honored

Christmas Decoration Competition, Tunghai University

2007

Excellent prize awarded

Publications & Exhibitions

Unity Graduate Exhibiton of Landscape Architecture Department

The 24th Landscape Architecture Graduate Projects Portfolio, Tunghai University Editing Collabrator

Skills

2009

Collabrator of Exihition Design / in “Park Lane by CMP”, Taichung, Taiwan

Watercolor and various skills of drawing and sketch Computer Drawing Software AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Corel Draw SketchUp, Artlantis Studio, Lumion

2009


Ting-Yu, Chang Born >> Nov. 13, 1986 Taipei, Taiwan (R.O.C.) Tel >> 886 912282623 Email >> cty.tiďŹ&#x20AC;y@gmail.com

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Sincerely thanks to all the people who have helped and supported me



Ting-Yu, Chang portfolio 2005 - 2013