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[WALKING IN CITIES] YIRAN HU PORTFOLIO FOR THE APPLICATION TO MUD FALL 2016 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN YIRAN HU Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, Sichuan, China, 610000 vivianhuyiran@outlook.com/vivianhuyiran@hotmail.com TEL 086-18633559977


[WALKING IN CITIES]

[ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS]

When I walk through the city facing countless steels and concretion, I always have a question that what is our cities need, and what is human really need in the cities? Do our demands really be satisfied? I keep walking. I keep trying to find solutions with urban design strategies. Therefore, I follow a certain order to walk through the cities, realizing them. I believe what I insist on the urban design will receive affirmation and promotion one day, then to make my long-cherished dream come true, namely a better city to satisfy human need.

This portfolio cannot be fulfilled without the great supports from my parents Guangshe Hu / Huixiang Ai and my friend Jingheng Lao. During my undergraduate years, they have provided me with valuable advices and critics, encouragements and supports continuously.

在光明与光阴的间隙中行走

I appreciate those teachers and friends who give me supports for this portfolio. Prof. Wei Zhao, Prof. Linglan Bi, Mr. Qingjun Meng, Miss Heng Cui, Liu Yang, Huang Zan, Wang Lian, Lianlin Fu, Wang Yu, Yuting Zhong, Deng Yu, and the unlisted all. This portfolio is the best gift for my five-year university time.

走过城市每一个角落 , 如一只蚂蚁    生命的长度   

[ 致谢 ]

树以树轮来计算 , 我以年龄来衡量   而生命的厚度呢?   原本想把行走的轨迹 , 写成一本书 把走过的每寸土地化为帛 看似天马行空 , 却是按部就班    可我发现我错了    没有安排更没有彩排 生命是一台没有预演的戏

这本作品集是在我父母胡广设,艾会香和朋友劳靖恒持续有力的支持下完 成的。在我的大学学习期间,他们给予了很多宝贵建议和批评,还有鼓励 与支持。 另外,感谢帮助我完成作品集的老师和朋友们 , 他们是赵炜老师,毕凌岚 老师,孟庆军先生,崔珩老师,刘扬,黄赞,王练,傅廉蔺,王宇,钟钰婷, 邓宇以及所有未提及却一直帮助我的人 最后,非常感谢所有支持我的人,这本作品集是我即将结束的大学五年的 最好礼物。


[INTRO]

Living in the city, people have different demands under different spatial scales. To meet the needs of people, urban design should considerate various of dimensions of urban spaces comprehensively. I had honor to read the book Space Density and Urban Form writen by Meta Berghauser Pont and Per Haupt. The classification of urban spaces truly triggered me. They classified the urban spaces into five categories which are building, lot, island, fabric, district. Thus when I treat cites, I try to apply this classification into my urban design programs. Along with my practices, I classify the urban design approaches into four levels, /building scale/, /building typology/, /tare/and /district/. In addition, I actively participate in research concentrating on people's /lifestyle/, in that walking in a city can make me truly find what the city and its inhabitants demand. Therefore, I take efforts on every kind of spaces considering the human demand. When I treat with buildings, I concentrate on different space scales. I match spaces with appropriate architecture scales. With the analysis of human psychological demands and physical demands, the spaces in bulidings will satisfy people's need better. When it comes to the urban space, I found that urban space is a vector of all activities, and a witness to all changes. The fundamental motivation of urban transformation rests on the change of its civilians. Therefore, I try to inspire people's inner change through space modification such as introducing modular space, which is a kind of method using building typology. When it comes to the larger scale, I concentrate on the tare of the city such as streets and landscapes. Integrating the tare makes the urban circumstance more concordant. In the matter of district or large scale of urban, landuse is a point of view. Under Chinese delirious urbanization, arbitrary top-down strategies, excessive dependence on the real estate development, the resulting blind “destroy and build�, and onesided pursuit of urban expansion on its profile, have isolated urban fabric and the historical context, leading to the contradictions among people, society, and economy. Therefore, it is necessary to integrate the landuse. Moreover, I pay close attention on bottom up planning theory, which guides me to do more researches caring about the public participation. This portfolio is a reflection of what I am thinking and what I am attempting to do in urban design, which is also a pathway to get to know me-a candidate for ture urban designer.

[CONTENT]

/building scale/ from LIFE to SPACE Sichuan Grand Theatre Design

/building typology/ from SPACE to BUILDING Chongqing Yuzhong Distrcit design

/tare/ from

BUILDING to FABRIC

Chongqing Shibati Street Reconstruction

/district/ from FABRIC to DISTRICT Chengdu Central district renewal

/lifestyle/ from

DISTRICT to LIFE

Social Research,The Market Vitality in View of Social Space

OTHER WORKS Academic Design & Art works


01

/building scale/

from LIFE to SPACE

Sichuan Grand Theatre Design Tutor: Jun Wang, Li Pu Academic project Individual work: conceptual design, detailed design, presentation,model making 2014 Spring


PRELIMINARY DESIGN FIND OUTLINE AND HUMAN DEMANDS

DIFFERENT DEMANDS DIRECT SPACE SCALES

The streets around the site are not regular. Facing a mountain and the intersection of streets, the line of sight and the traffic paths are both complicated. Considering the function of theatre and the context conditions, satisfying both functional needs and human needs are the very first steps. I analysis different people's demands on the scale of spaces, and calculate every space demand's proportion. With the statistical result I get the extreme value between two people randomly. I also make the outline of the architecture comform to the street directions. By this way, the architecture will be in accordance with context, then fully fused into the whole city.

Stage1 Property Room2 Rehersal Room3 Exhibition Room4 Main Stage5 Acoustics Control6 Stage Direction Room7 Side Stage8 Fire Control Room9

Orchestra Pit10 Auditorium11 Airconditioner12 Record Room13 Water Pump House14 Clothes Deposit15 VIP Retiring Room16 Office/Retiring Room17 Retiring Lobby18

Cafe Bar/Cafeteria19 Ticket Office20 Heavy Current Room21 Front Side Spot22 Emergent Dressing23 Electronic Control24 Dressing Room25 Cargo Stage 26 Reception Room27

S

2.1

25

Xiao Sa 3.1

2

Li Liang

6

XXL

9

7

23

1

5

1.1

8

4 Wang Jianguo

1.7

7

2.4

Zhang Meimei

XL

L

23 3

Zhao Yuting 2.5

0.3

M

Wang Limei

1.6 2.4

15 1.3

Sight Line 2

1.5

Sight Line 1

22

12 17

10

26

22

17 17 24

Li Minhao

3.4

8

15 18

19

24

21 11

20

Xiao Sa

17

0.7

18

14 12 13 17 15 15 16 27

Fan Weiqiang

Huang Sen

Small Theatre

Big Theartre

2.4

Zhao Shasha 0 2M 6M

3.5

Wang Jianguo

Small Space Medium Space Large Space Zhao Yuting

3

4

14M


IN-DEPTH DESIGN DIFFERENT SIZES OF PROGRAM DIRECT FRAME WORKS To creat a harmony circumstance, I integrate the countour and function areas with the surroundings, sight lines and the traffic lines. People living in this city go to the theatre conveniently which can also guarantee the landscape sight lines of this area. With the integration of the function, my design can not only satisfy people' need but let people choose conveient path as well.

Different function areas correspond to different traffic lines. When organize the function division , I follow the human demands on different scales, classifying function areas into five sacles, S, M, L, XL, XXL. I try to integrate function areas as well as satisfy people's different demands.

Fan Weiqiang: I enjoy large space for recreation.

Wang Limei: I have kid, I need to go to the small space for baby-sit directly.

Large Stage Area

Large Auditorium

Large-Theatre Logistic

Recreation Area

Small Stage Area

Small-Theatre Logistic

Xiao Sa: I am kid, I like large space for playing and medium place for privacy. Public Activity Area

Small-Theatre Traffic

Garth Area

Small-Theatre Evacuation

Large-Theatre Traffic

Large Evacuation

Li Lei: I am middleaged , I like large theatre.

Small-Logistic Traffic

5

Recreation Traffic

6

Large-Logistic Traffic


DIFFERENT SIZES OF SPACES DIRECT SPATIAL PERCEPTION According to the scale order, I also design each space within each different scale function area. The spaces are also obey the scale order classified into S, M, L, XL, XXL. As the human demand mentioned above, I design the spaces considering human scale in every kind of space. I consider the factor such as sunlight and the funiture scale, providing a sound sense of spaces and pleasant experience for people.

L

The large and small theatres are both designed with scientific details in order to overcome the barriers of acoustics and the vision, providing a better sense of space and better audio-visual experience.

M

Voice Reflection Line-of-Sight Angle

XL

M

M

S

7

XXL

8


MATCH HUMAN SCALES WITH SPACE SCALES

H. Exhibition Area A. Under The Truss C. Inter The Stairs

B. High & Low Spaces In Auditorium

E. In Auditorium Area D. Glass Slope

G. Multi-height Space C. Beside The Glass Wall

F. Distance To Stage

L. Rest Room

K. Special Height Stairs

J. Well-whole Lobby

I. Stairs

9

10


11

12


02

/building typology/

from SPACE to BUILDING

Chongqing Yuzhong Distrcit Design Tutor: Jinsong Hu, Yuan Hong, Wei Zhao Academic project Team work with Yuting Zhong Role in team: Team leader, conceptual design, detailed design, presentation, model making 2014 Autumn *Photography by Shukai Zhou


CONTEXT DESCRIPTION A SPECIAL PATCH IN A CITY

CITY DISINTEGRATION

Chongqing Yuzhong district has many famous and important sites along the Yangtz River, such as Chaotianmen CBD, Huguang Guild Hall and the joint of Jialing and Yangtz River. However, long-time disintegration of economies sperates the city into two parts. China nowadays initiate the developement of small economies. However, the representative of small econmies,the new type entrepreneurs, only exist in small scale of city dispersedly.

Discrepancy in elevation of this mountain city makes its economical disintegration more seriously. Highly developed economies are aggregated in the upper city. In the lower part, poor people such as outcomers, women, children, and the elderly are living in laggard circumstance. Therefore, finding an approriate way is the very first step. The new type entrepreneurs such as IT programmer, online retailers and the like can bring changes.

1 1

Outcomers

2 2

Women & Children

3 3

? Lower Part Of City

136M Jiefangbei H=249M

15

77M Huguang Guild Hall H=234M

31M Beijing Road H=187M

Yangtz River H=159M

16

The Elderly


BUILDING TYPOLOGIES SOLUTION FIND ENTREPRENEURS' DEMANDS

Shibati Market

Shengli Lift

Bai Square

FUNCTIONAL MODULES SATISFY DEMANDS

Shibati Square

Bai Community

Huguang Guild Hall

People's Park

7:00 AM 8:00 AM

9:00 AM

We classify the mudules basing on the entrepreneurs' demands, such as the space for living ,the space for working and the like. After analysising the demands, we select seven basic function modules and a supplement m o d u e f o r f re e e x p re s s i o n . Crackers can choose modules they need to organize their buildings individually.

Manufacture Module

Working Module Transaction Module

Living Module

10:00 AM

11:00 AM 12:00 AM Exhibition Module

Rebar Precast Slab

1:00 PM 2:00 PM

Manufacture Module Link Structure

3:00 PM

Working Module

4:00 PM Prefabricate Module Living Module

5:00 PM 6:00 PM Pugging

Storing Module

7:00 PM 8:00 PM Recreation Module

Insulating Layer Our lives are simple but regular. What we need are basic spaces for entrepreneurship and living. Therefore, we can afford the payment and support our work.

9:00 PM 10:00 PM

Transaction Module Single Module

11:00 PM Supplement Module

12:00 PM

17

18


ORGANIZE MODULES IN PATCH


OPTIMIZE CITY SYSTEM

NO DISINTEGRATION

We implant the modules at the same time integrate the system of the site. We consider the factors such as the transportation service radius, cutural background, industry interaction, landscape, information flats and the infrastructure service radius. With the implantion of modules, we will provide a sound city system for all people. After these measures, the form of small economical development will influence the whole city graudually.

By implanting different functional modules for entrepreneurs, we can promote the fusion of economy. The developed upper city will interact with the lower city more frequently. With the development of city system and the vigorous small economies, the lower part of city will be more vigorous. The form of small economical development will influence the whole city graudually. There will be a bright prospect that we can expect.

Economic Vigorous Nodes

Special Industry Nodes

Community Service Nodes

Transportation Nodes

21

Information Flat Nodes

Landscape Nodes

22


Appropriate scales of street and buildings make people feel comfortable and convenient. Alive streets with beatuful landscapes, the folk culture has been inherited and protected

intimate relationship between neighbors and comfortable streets eliminate the barriers of contacts.

By optimizing the tare proportions and improving the intimacy between people and the fabrics, the contacts among blocks have been activated significantly. The barriers of communication among different blocks have been eliminated. The vitality of the whole area will be improved with its abundant cuture background. The organic development measures will promise a naturual and vigrous city.

03

/tare/

from BUILDING to FABRIC

Chongqing Shibati Street Reconstruction Tutor:Youhai Tang, Yuan Hong Academic project Team work with Wang Lian,Lianlin Fu Role in team:Team leader, conceptual design,detailed design, presentation,model making 2014 Autumn *Photography by Ji Puli


CONTEXT DESCRIPTION UNSCIENTIFIC TARE WEAKEN VITALITY

TRAVEL CHARACTERISTICS AFFECT ORGANIZATION

The site Shibati has abundant culture backgrounds with distinctive folk culture. It is famous for its winding mountain city roads and traditional features of folk houses. However, arbitrary top-down strategies, excessive dependence on the real estate development, the resulting blind “destroy and build”, and the unkind tare proportions isolated urban fabric and the historical context, and led to the weakeness of vitality and the contradictions betwen people's need and the city development. 9:00AM

12:00AM

1Hour

Tare (T) One important feature of density is its characteristics at different levels of scale. The difference in base land area (Ax) between two levels of scale define the tare (Tx), also often described as the difference between net and gross. If T describes the tare between for instance fabric (x) and island (x-1), then T can be arrived at through: Tx=(Ax–∑Ax-1)/Ax, x = aggregation x; x-1 = level of scale of the components of which aggregation x is composed.

1.5Hours

9:00PM

1Hour 1Hour

1.5Hours

2Hours

Avenue 2

2Hours

Tare Tare ∞

25%

Avenue 1

30% 35%

37%

25%

2Hours 1Hour

1Hour 1Hour

Avenue 3

27%

31%

1Hour

2Hours

2Hours

2Hours

Avenue 4

H: 0M-80M

1Hour

H: 81M-137M

2Hours

Avenue 5 25

26


ORGANIC DEVELOPMENT SOLUTION APPROPRIATE SCALES FOR STREETS

APPROPRIATE ARCHITECTURE FORMS

With the measure of transforming the street scale and the tare proportions, we integrate the forms of architectures. We unify the pseudo-classic architectures providing people with suitable and pleasant feelings. We also design some new buildings with archaize elements subsititing the buildings in poor conditions, especially the buildings with significant functions such as community service center, community activity center and vistor center. Keeping the natural form of the fabrics promotes the communication among fabrics. The vitality of the area will be enhanced. Moreover, living conditions and the image of the area will also be improved by appropriate measures.

What an alive street

I feel so comfortable

Cozy!

27

28


ADJUST MEASURES TO LOCAL CONDITIONS

REGULATE STREETS WITH DETAILED MEASURES H

G Interaction Between

G

H Interaction

Architectures

On Stairs

A Chaotic Architecture

D Courtyard Space F

B

D B Small Bungalow

E Capacious House

C Open Palaza

F Rest Space

Strategies

Transport

Retail

Open space

E

C

F

Traffic Pressure

New Building Along Main Road

Landscape

Pedestrain Along Main Road

Chaotic Building Along Main Road

Courtyard Space

29

30


we all enjoy the intimacy between blocks and neighboors.

This organic street reminds of the old good days.

Thanks to the preservation of the natural blocks and streets, I can have more chance to touch the nature.

We like to go for a walk in this area due to its suitable scale and abundant folk culture.

I e n j o y w o r k i n g t h e re , because the relationships a m o n g n e i g h b o o r s a re sound.

31

Facing the arbitrary top-down strategies in China, the renewal of the traditional fabric and the preservation of natural tares are the very first steps. Our team wish to make our contributions to this change. What we do may not make great significance, however, we hope that these measures can motivate more ideas and have more applicabilities in other similar conditions. Lastly, we sincerely call on everyone to preserve our valuable organic city. 32


04

/district/

from FABRIC to DISTRICT

Chengdu Central District Renewal Tutor: Wei Zhao, Yuan Hong,Wei Gao Academic project Team work with Deng Yu, Zhao Xu Role in team:Team leader, conceptual design, detailed design, presentation 2015 Spring


CONTEXT ANALYSIS CHAOTIC LAND USE

METHODOLOGY

As the most central district of Chengdu, the site is full of chaotic land status based on the classification of opening land use and private land use. Opening lands such as commercial lands and public lands are mixed with private lands including residential lands, hybrid areas and unestablished lands. The chaotic conditions make people living there suffer many problems. Worse yet, the Hui people who have unique living customs also live there. Different cutural backgrounds and living habits also intensify the chaos of this district.

Based on the classification of opening and private lands, we make a brief analysis about the land use of whole city. Then we detail the landuse of the target district. After selecting five typical cases in the site,we can then make land use plans with these five representatives and make some models to verify the land use planning. Choose Randomly

P1:Population Density

r1=P/O

O:Opening Function Percentage

r2=P1/P2 P2:Privacy Function Percentage

Residents

14.1 2.5

21.3 2.4

Hui People

1.2 1.7 0.9

1.5 1.2 0.2

Outcomers

2.3 1.4 1.5

32.5 1.4 0.3

POPULATION CLASSIFICATION

OPENING DEGREE

Central Park 35

D B

PRIVACY DEGREE Commercial

Hui's palaza

Public Area

Hybrid Area

Residential

Unestablished

Traditional Courtyard

A

C

E

The Hui's House

Land Use Plan Models:

Three-dimensional Models:

With the analysis of five typical cases,we regulate the land use of the cases and make them more applicative. After this, we can organize some similar sites under the instruction of typical land use strategies

Under the landuse planning strategies, we can design the architecture forms and the city texture of the site. Considering the characteristic of every land usage, architectures, streets, infrastructures should be organized in phase.

Commercial Building

Construction Land 36

Resident Area


LAND USE STRATEGIES DESIGN REPRESENTATIVE LAND USE UNITS

AFTER & BEFORE RENEWAL The streets in traditional blocks lack inflexion.

We select five typical cases to make detail strategies including the architecture forms and the city texture,etc. we use specific types when design the cases such as tandem type, intermixed type,renewal type, point contect type, environmental renewal type, etc.

A

Multifunction and landscapes improve the image.

B

C

D

Various functions are introduced in the Hui's areas.

Activity center of the Hui people is in poor conditions.

E

37

38


DETAILED STRATEGIES OPTIMIZE UNITS After adjusting the distribution of land status, we concentrate on detail strategies including the architectures forms and the street organization in every unit. We combine different buildings properties with appropriate human scales and respect for Hui's customs. Considering the aesthetics and the convenience, we set up galleries among buildings promoting the communication. A

A. Community center, creative industries and traditional architectures

A-A

A

B

B. Performance & Art Center and arts c re a t e c e n t e r a re connected by arts galleries. B-B

B

C C. New residential area combined with the Hui's houses C-C C

D

D. M a r k e t s o f t h e Hui people and the central palaza compose the Hui's activity area.

D D-D E. Community library, community service center, street spaces are connected by galleries.

E

E E-E

39

40


NO CHAOTIC IN LAND USE We expect that this landuse strategies cannot only solve the contradiction of site but be applied to the whole city as well. The parts of city that have the similar contraditions between the opening lands and the private lands could be optimized by this way. Especially the parts where have minorities can apply this measure efficiently. Therefore, we wish to creat a harmony circumstance for people and the city.

41

42


05

/lifestyle/

from DISTRICT to LIFE

Social Research,The Market Vitality in View of Social Space Tutor:Linglan Bi The Urban and Rural Social Practice Research Competition, Academic Project Organizer: National Steering Committee of Urban and Rural Planning Education in China Team work with Huang Zan, Zhichao Zhou Role in team:Team leader, conceptual design, data collection analysis, presentation Third Prize 2015 Summer


RESEARCH INTRODUCTION RESEARCH BACKGROUND

BASIC DATA

As a result of rapid urbanization and persistent rise in land prices, traditional food markets can no longer sustain in city centers. Since the implementation of “transforming traditional agricultural products markets to supermarkets� policy in 2002, countless of traditional food markets have been demolished and replaced by modern supermarkets or skyscrapers. Traditional markets have become a synonym for dirty environments, congestions, and migrant population. The function of traditional food markets in a community, however, goes beyond a platform for transactions. They also serve as a public space for communication and create a sense of belonging. As centers of urban neighborhoods, the diversity and vitality that traditional food markets bring to a community is important to make a city full of life and distinctive characters.

C: Consumer Age Structure

Men Women

>60y

<20y

20-60y

(all in supermarket and traditional market)

29%

Supermarket Consumer

29%

Sex Structure in Supermarket Men Women

Traditional Market Consumer

0

Traditional food markets found their ways to sustain in many countries. Through welldesigned reform initiatives, they not only continue to serve local residents, but also become appealing city attractions.

20

30

45

C in Supermarket >60y

<20y

20-60y

71%

71%

Sex Structure in Traditional Market

C in Traditional Market

60

Reason of Choosing Traditional Market

In China, the lack of public space as a consequence of the removal of traditional food markets is one of the important reasons why vitality of cities is declining. It seems that traditional food markets in Chinese cities are doomed to be demolished. Is it the case that Chinese cities do not need traditional food markets any more? The value of these markets as platforms for social interaction deserves more attention, and development models that can revive the vitality of traditional food markets deserve more research and analysis.

D:Diversity

T

C E

L:Lower Price

T:Transportation

C:Communication

E:Environment

11.4%

5.8%

L

Choosing Frequency D

(Multiple Choice)

71.6%

25.9%

12350

9873 74215

10857 24312 Traditional Market Types People Choose

13162

Interior Building 83%

10857 9082

45

Under Sheds

79%

Roadsides

87%

Traditional Market Quantity 55 47 78

46

9.2%


METHODOLOGY VITALITY VALUE SYSTEM

SOCIAL VALUE

Based on the status quo of traditional food markets in China, we aim to define the composition of their vitality value through the analysis of the value of their existence. In addition, we will explore potential development models that can promote social interactions and vitality values inside the traditional food markets by putting the importance of social interaction at the core. Ultimately, our goal is to transform traditional food markets into important nodes of city social networks.

In contrast to shopping in supermarkets, people usually have conversations with sellers when shopping in traditional food markets, some of these interactions even result in friendships. Only few of the food markets we surveyed, however, provide space for such interactions. Alternating rows of stalls and aisles is the most common type of arrangement, which limits the interactions between buyers and sellers to “over-the-counter” and makes conversations vulnerable to interruptions from people passing by. There are four types of participants in a traditional food market, local residents, children of local residents, sellers, and children of sellers. The degree of intimacy of interactions among them varies. Since food sellers spend the most time in the markets, they form strong ties within themselves. The architecture of the markets does not have profound impact in the place where interactions take place. Most interactions take place at the entrance and exits of the markets where stalls for flowers and fruits are located. These areas have better sanitary conditions and appearances and have larger space for people to have conversations. Interactions in these areas usually take place between local residents. Another place where interactions concentrate is in front of stalls. Interactions in these areas usually take place between buyers and sellers. In areas selling seafood and meat, the smell and sanitary condition determines that buyers do not stay after complete their transactions.

Semantic Differencial and Factor Analysis Method: We get market's three core value and their twelve factors by analyzing how people choose market. Using SD analytical method, we seek out a couple of adjectives representing the factors. We grade the adjectives by valuation, and judge each factor's influence by questionnaire. Through comparison, we evaluate market's vigor basing on human perception.

p

S

Core Vitality Value Indifferent -2

Enthusiastic 0

2

No Interaction -2 0

Frequently 2

POINTS OF IMPROVEMENTS FOR TRADITIONAL FOOD MARKETS

E

Convenient

Unconvenient

Disorder

-2

0

-2

2

Orderly 0

2

P:Purchasing Vitality S:Social Vitality

E:Environmental Vitality

Singular -2

Abundant 0

Cold

2

Intimate -2

Distant 2

Expensive

0

-2

0

2

Seperate -2

0

Harmonious 2

Removed -2

0

Adjacent 2

Stale -2

0

Fresh 2

-2

Inexpensive

Alive 0

Dirty -2

2

Clean 0

2

Bad Landscape Nice Looking -2 0 2

Plain -2

0

Cultural 2

Traditional Market inside Building Traditional Market under Shades Traditional Market on Roadsides

0.5 0.0

0.95

0.91

0.16 -0.53 -0.83

-1.0

-0.60

-0.78

-1.5 -2.0

Improve infrastructure to ensure accessibility and comfort. The design of parking lots, for example, should be user friendly and avoid creating inconvenience for car users. The sanitary conditions of public restrooms should be maintained at high levels.

Implementing rigorous administration to ensure normal operations and improve both physical and business environments. Clean and organized environment can promote convenience and social interactions among market participants.

-0.5

Vitality Value

Set up room for rest and interactions inside the markets. Such social areas can be located in the center. Promote smooth flow of people and social interactions by adopting appropriate scales and increasing the area of aisles. Setting up facilities such as tables and chairs that facilitate rest and conversations.

0.40

0.37 0.30

The “Indoor + Outdoor” model emphasizes the natural rhythm of “gather as the Sun rises and close as people disperse”. The main indoor venue is permanent and opens every day with the outdoor part opens only on weekends to meet increased number of customers.

Promote self-regulation by establishing internal organizations in the markets. Self-regulation and improvements are vital. Rigorous self-regulation institutions that complement governmental administrations such as professional associations and rotating administrative duties can ensure fairness. This helps to create a sense of responsibility among the stall owners and reduce the administrative burden of the government.

1.5 0.85 0.73 0.60

Preserve the public identity of the markets when considering setting the center of community services. Put the markets at locations that are convenient for social interactions and are in harmony with the surrounding environment. This can be achieved by locating the markets aside of public greens or parks.

Administrative Improvements

Factor Value 2.0

1.0

Spatial Improvements

P

E

47

S

-0.72 -0.83 -0.90

Policy Improvements Devise specialized plans to ensure the appropriate arrangements and sufficient supply of public facilities. Regard food markets as community center and offer infrastructure provision. Regard the construction of food markets as conditions for selling land to real estate companies. Attract real estate companies to involve in improving and upgrading traditional food markets. 48


OTHER WORKS ACADEMIC PROJECTS

SLIDE

BANDING SPACE

NEW USE OF ACIENT WALLS

Student's Activity Center Design

Small Living Space Design

City Experience Pavilion Design

Chengdu, Sichuan, China

Chengdu, Sichuan, China

Dujiangyan, Sichuan, China

Chengdu, Sichuan, China

Architecture Design Studio Work

Architecture Design Studio Work

Architecture Design Studio Work

Architecture Design Studio Work

DEC 2012

APR 2013

DEC 2013

APR 2014

Individual Work

Individual Work

Team Work

Individual Work

SPECIAL CHARM OF BAMBOO City Hotel Design

Partner: Sha Li

49

50


VERTICAL FOREST

THE GREAT CITY

RHYME OF ACIENT TOWN

Amalgamated Dwelling Design

Urban CBD Design

Servey and Mapping of Streets

Chengdu, Sichuan, China

Chengdu, Sichuan, China

Dujiangyan, Sichuan, China

Architecture Design Studio Work

Urban Design Studio Work

Summer Course Practice of Servey and Mapping

OCT 2014

DEC 2014

JUL 2015

Individual Work

Team Work

Team Work

Partner: Deng Yu

Partner: Huang Zan, Deng Yu

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ART WORKS

PENCIL SKETCH

CALLIGRAPHY

GRAFFITI

WATERCOLOR

Tool: Pencil

Tool: Chinese Brush

Tool: Mark Pen & Watercolor

Tool: Watercolor

Duration: 30 Mins

Duration: 1 Hour

Duration: 2 Hours

Duration: 2 Hours

Date: OCT 2011

Date: MAR 2012

Date: JUL 2014

Date: JUN 2015

Location: SWJTU,Chengdu, Sichuan, P.R.China

Location: SWJTU,Chengdu, Location: SWJTU,Chengdu, Sichuan, P.R.China Sichuan, P.R.China

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Location: Qinhuangdao, Hebei, P.R.China

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Yiran Hu DOB: 02/07/1993 TEL: +86-18633559977 EMAIL: vivianhuyiran@outlook.com/vivianhuyiran@hotmail.com ADDRESS: Xipu Campus, Southwest Jiaotong University Sichuan, China, 610000 /EDUCATIION/ Southwest Jiaotong University [2011-2016] Bachelor of Engineering /AWARD/ Outstanding Graduate [expected on July, 2016] Merit Student of Southwest Jiaotong University [11/2015& 11/2013] Scholarship for academic performance, second prize [11/2015& 03/2015&03/2013] Scholarship for academic performance, third prize [10/2014& 03/2014] Spiritual Civilization Award [03/2012] /INTERNSHIP/ Qinhuangdao Urban Planning& Design Institute, Qinhuangdao, China [08/2015-11/2015] Preliminary design

Beijing Dahlin Group, Beijing, China [01/2015-03/2015] Preliminary design

Qinhuangdao Gehua Camp Experience Center, Qinhuangdao, China [08/2013-09/2013] Data collecting, layout

/COMPETITION/ The Urban and Rural Social Practice Research Competition, third prize [08/2015] Vice Director Organized by National Steering Committee of Urban and Rural Planning Education in China

The Urban Design Coursework Selection [07/2015]

Group Leader, conceptual design, presentation Organized by National Steering Committee of Urban and Rural Planning Education in China

“Western Light“ Summer Planning& Design Competition for Undergraduates Third Prize-Special Prize for Investigation and Analysis [08/2014] Vice Director, conceptual design, detailed design, presentation Organized by urban planning society of china

Urban Transportation Innovation Practice Competition [07/2014] Group Leader Organized by National Steering Committee of Urban and Rural Planning Education in China

2014 Construction Festival in Southwest Jiaotong University, honorable prize [06/2014] Group Leader Organized by Southwest Jiaotong University

UA International Architectural Design Competition[01/2013] Group Leader, conceptual design, presentation Organized by "Urban construction" magazine

生命是一台没有预演的戏, 我所走过的每一寸土地, 遇到每一个人,每一棵树,每一条河, 都是城市的印记, 都是我生命的存在, 而我将继续前行。。。。。。



Yiran Hu Porfolio