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EDUCATION

SOFTWARE SKILLS

Master of Architecture + Healthcare Student School of Architecture, Clemson University Expected Graduation : May 2015

3D Representation: Revit, Sketchup, Auto CAD 2D Graphic: Photoshop CS5, Adobe IIustrator CS5, Adobe Indesign CS5 Technical Assistant: Ecotect 5.2, eQUEST Rendering: V-ray, Lumion, Keyshot 3.0 Management: Mircosoft Office Package, Adobe Acrobat Professional

China University of Mining & Technology Bachelor of Architecture School of Mechanics & Civil Engineering GPA: 85.8/100 overall, 86.9/100 major; Graduate Date: July 2013

2008

Yaolong Wang Email:wangylarch@gmail.com Tel:469-408-8030

2009

Third Class of Scholarship [College of Mechanics and Civil Engineering] Star of Agency Award of Student Union [Student Union of College of CUMT] Sketch Show in the Party of New Term Role: Key actor and scriptwriter

HONORS & EXPERIENCE

2010

2011

Undergraduate Innovation and Practice Program Role: Participant Theme: Low-carbon Design of Architecture First Class Scholarship [CUMT] First Prize of College Drawing and Sketch Quize [CUMT]

2012

RESUME 2013

2014

Undergraduate Innovation and Practice Program Role: Organiser Theme: Yingtan Villige Research Third Class Award of “CUC CUP” National University Architecture Design Competition Rank: 15th of all the 847 works from China, South Korea and America [Architectural Society of China(ASC), China United Engineering Corporation] Third Class Award of National University English Competition [CUMT]

Perkins+Will, Seattle INTERNSHIP 5/2014-7/2014 Research Assistant in A+H program, Clemson University Volunteer in 2014 Healthcare Design Conference, Orlando, US

Volunteer of 100th Anniversary Celebration of CUMT

International Velux Conceptual Design Competition

Second Class of Scholarship [CUMT] Sketching Experience in Suzhou, South Anhui Province and Taihang Mountain

Excellent Award of “Revit Cup” National University Architecture Competition Rank: 31st of all the 413 works [Architecture Education Institution of China]

Third Prize of College Structure Innovation Competition Theme: Floating of Bridge [CUMT]

First Prize of “Architect Cup” Design Competition of Province [Architecture and Civil Engineering Institution of Xuzhou]

Beijing Institute of Architecture and Design (BIAD), China INTERNSHIP 01/2013-03/2013

Second Class of Scholarship [CUMT]

Bachelor of Architecture Degree, CUMT

Urbanus, Beijing Office, China INTERNSHIP 08/2012-12/2012 LAAR Studio, Xuzhou,China As one of 4 memebers selected from college


CONTENTS HEALTHY COMMUNITY

PRIMARY CARE

1-2

SENIOR CENTER HEALTHCARE CAMPUS

3-5

CLINIC IN THE GARDEN IN PROCESS Charleston Community oriented clinic 2015.05 Professor: David Allison

URBAN DESIGN

6-7

GREEN WAVE Clemson Community Mixed-use Design 2014.12 Professor: David Allison Selected Project to Clemson Public Forum

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

8

RETIRMENT ACTIVITY CENTER Senior Healthy Living Complex 2013.06 Professor: Zhu Dongdong Excellent Graduation Design in CUMT

WEAVING LANDSCAPE AND CITY Trauma Medical Center Campus Design 2013.12 Professor: David Allison

9-10

OTHERS COMMERICAL

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12

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FOREST IMPRESSION Library Design-Arsenal Renovation 2011.06 Professor: Hand Daqing 2011 "REVIT CUP" National Architecture Award

OLD MINING TO NEW LIFE Community Renewal for abandoned Mining 2012.08 Professor: Zhu Dongdong 2012"CUC CUP" National Architecture Design Award

COMMERICAL COMPLEX HAIHUI Commerical And office Center 2011.06 Professor: Hand Daqing


CONTEXT

SITE & COMMUNITY

SURROUDNING SCHOOL/CHARCH/RETAIL/GYM

Comprehensive Prjoct in Process Time: 2015. 03 Professor: David Allison Individual Work

CLINIC IN THE GARDEN

CHARLESTON COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY CLINIC 1. Invite nature to the building and merge building into landscape 2. Provide easy access and wayfinding, maximize nature interaction. 3. Optimize patient experience in public, waiting and treatment area. STEP 1: STREET & PERSERVED TREES

DESIGN PROCESS 1

GREEN CORRIDOR CONCEPT

STEP 2: BREAK MASS & INVITE NATURE

STEP 3: SLOPE THE ROOF AND BRING IN NATURE


GROUND FLOOR PLAN

PROGRAM PROGRAMS IN GROUND LEVEL

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STEP 6: ARTICULATION

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PROGRAM AND CONNECTIONS


SECOND FLOOR & ROOF TOP

CLINIC PODS PLAN 7 '17

6 '-

26

5 '

23

4

2"

0" Procedure Room 203 SF

Exam Room

" -6

96 SF

Exam Room Exam Room

102 SF

Consult Room

103 SF

109 SF

Exam Room Storage Storage

103 SF

74 SF

Nurse Station

92 SF

298 SF

Exam Room 120 SF

Clean 60 SF

Soiled

Exam Room

58 SF

109 SF

Exam Room 109 SF

22

A

'-0

Exam Room

"

Toilets

97 SF

102 SF

Waiting

B "

'-0

24 Exam Room

Public Toilets

113 SF

152 SF

18

C

Exam Room

'-5

Soiled

102 SF

"

64 SF

Exam Room

Clean 59 SF

D

102 SF

Consult

Toilet

174 SF

91 SF

Storage 60 SF

Nurse Station

23

374 SF

"

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Exam Room

Procedure 136 SF

Exam Room 109 SF

E

Exam Room 109 SF

Electrical

"

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24

Exam Room

117 SF

111 SF

Exam Room 106 SF

F

VIEW FROM BUS STOP

ROOF GARDEN

107 SF


SECTION PERSPECTIVE Green Roof

Canopy for pedestain

SECTION A

Socialization

Dental Operatory

Fitness

Break Room

Walking in garden

Dental office

Primary Circulation

Clinic

Lab

SECTION B

Staff Lounge

Encourge walking

Staff Office

Roof top path


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Defining Healthy Community...

Optimizing the mental, social, physical, environmental, and economic aspects of Clemson in order to heighten the quality of life - and create a ‘sense of place’ - for the permanent residents, students, visiting family members and friends, and the surrounding communities.

Downtown Clemson Masterplan & Mixed-use Building Proposal

mental social physical economical environmental

clemson university

Clemson Healthy Community Planning Time: 2014. 10 Professor: David Allison Team work with 2 partners

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Academic Design ‖

GREEN WAVE HEALTHY COMMUNITY MIXED-USE


MASTER PLAN Green Buffer

Sail Club

GUIDELINES AMTrain/AMTrack

Pedestrain Bridge

Parking Garage

SEA Food Restaurant Green Space

Art Sculpture

Amstar/Cinema

Green Space Parking

Youth Center Pedestrain Bridge Art Gallery

Current Park Catherine J.Smith Plaza Church Office

Church

Inviting Walkways are created through the amalgamation of proper pathway materiality, width, shading, lighting, and access to shelter/resting spaces as well as trash dispensers. These elements create walking environments which make a pedestrian feel comfortable and safe as they journey to their destina-

Vibrant Public Space:

Cafe

Art Sale or Game/ entertainment

Inviting Walkways:

Pedestrain Bridge/ Green Terrace

Green Trail/ Buffer Parking Garage Removed Parking/ Public seating space

Flexible/ Adaptive open space with proper aspects like convenient seating space, safety, and well-defined degrees of publicness engage diverse people to civic activities. These welcoming public spaces encourage communities to gather for public events, stimulate face to face interaction, and promote public health.

Iconic Landmark: Landmarks are the physical objects such as building, art monument, and fountains which help people to navigate along a main street to their destination. The significant physical characteristic of landmark is singularity, unique, and memorable in local context, making the landmark a key element in allowing a user to identify where they are.

Variety of Transportation: Variety of transportation options means providing different ways of transiting from one place to another, like car-driving, bike-riding, bus-taking and walking and boating. Each transportation option requires itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own set of criteria, which should work holistically with the rest of the design of the urban environment.

Pleasant Eco-friendly Environment : Green Space Public Space

CAT Walk Bridge

People experience high levels of health and well-being when they live in a community with easy access to nature. Outdoor time improves health by increasing physical activity and reducing stress, making it imperative that users have access to nature even in an urban environment.


Clemson Healthy Community Mixed-use Time: 2014. 12 Professor: David Allison Individual Work

REGIONAL ANALYSIS

Academic Design â&#x20AC;&#x2013;

GREEN WAVE HEALTHY COMMUNITY MIXED-USE

to greenville to atlanta

to anderson

city of Clemson

lake Hartwell

access to Clemson

public art in surrounding area

CONCEPT 1: L shape massing

CHURCH

CHURCH

SQUARE

4

CONCEPT 2: Waving the landscpae

CONCEPT 3: Roof Garden


CONTEXT ANALYSIS

land use

Zoning

College ave & traffic

Public art

Topography

Bus route

Water feature

Green network

INTERVENTIONS

L-SHAPE MASSING

Landscape and Famer Market The exisiting park is lacking destination and activity, so we propose the bridge and conopy to active the space for market.

L-shape Building and Courtyard The L shape building create intimate but still open public space to replace existing parking lots to promote socialization.


STEP 1: New proposal has to address the 13' elevation difference in this site, and response to the church and main street. So, the ground floor is designed in lower level as commercial and office use and landscape is introduced into site.

STEP 2: The other side of building is built on hight level and connect with each other by bridging the L-shap massing, thus breaking the landscape and creating public and semi-public courtyards. And the landscape is also terraced down to solve the elevation difference.

STEP 3: At last, two L-shap massing interlocked each other on the top and function as residential apartments. West shading strategy needs to be considered. And building stepback space can be used as roof graden and landscape.

STREET SECTION

GREEN WAVE LANDSCAPE STRUCTURE

UNITS LAYOUT

VIEW & PRIVERACY

5


SECTION A

SECTION B

ROOF GARDEN ZONING & PLAN

ground level

COURTYARD

1st floor plan

Commercial

Residential

2nd floor plan

3rd floor

Office/Service

Parking

4th floor plan

5th floor plan


URBAN ANALYSIS Hierarchy DOHA QATAR Circulation

PHYSICAL

functional Change Navigational Typology

Topography Vegetation Road Network Building Footprints Transit Bus Transit Metro

Building Use

Districts

typological

chronological

Morphology

1847 Early 20th Century Late 20th Century 21st Century Composite

DOHA CONTEXT URBAN ANALYSIS DOHA QATAR SITE ANALYSIS OF DOHA MEDICAL CENTER

URBAN ANALYSIS DOHA QATAR

PHYSICAL

functional

Navigational

typological

chronologica

Topography Vegetation Road Network Building Footprints Transit Bus Transit Bus Transit Metro Transit Metro

Building Use

Districts

Morphology

1847 Early 20th Century Late 20th Century 21st Century Composite

Academic Design â&#x20AC;&#x2013; Primary Secondary Tertiary Quaternary

STUDIES Transit amenities within 2000m walkshed of site SERIES STUDIES: Metro Routes Metro Stop Bus Routes BRT Stop

URBAN ANALYSIS DOHA QATAR

PHYSICAL

FUNCTIONAL functional

Navigational

typological

chronological

Topography Vegetation Road Network Building Footprints Transit Bus Transit Metro

Building Use

Districts

Morphology

1847 Early 20th Century Late 20th Century 21st Century Composite

1:25000

1:50000

Transportation URBAN ANALYSIS DOHA QATAR

PHYSICAL

functional

Navigational

typological

chronological

Topography Vegetation Road Network Building Footprints Transit Bus Transit Metro

Building Use

Districts

Morphology

1847 Early 20th Century Late 20th Century 21st Century Composite

SERIES STUDIES Industrial Medical Civic Religious Parking Commercial Hotel Education Residential Government Recreational Future

SERIES STUDIES Industrial Medical Civic Religious Parking Commercial Hotels Education Residential Government Recreational Future

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BRT

1:50000

1:25000


GUIDELINES CREATE HABITABLE OUTDOOR SPACE

SPACE

4.1

SUNSHADING / WATER / AIR FLOW

SUNSHADING / WATER / AIR FLOW

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CONSTRAINTS CREATE HABITABLE OUTDOOR

1. Create habitable outdoor space

Corpus Christi North Bayfront Park, Texas, sasaki www.sasaki.com

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zus cc/

4.1

Dubai Experiments with Sustainable Development, Dubai, X-Architects http://www.carboun.com/

Brockman Hall for Physics, Houston, KieranTimberlake www.kierantimberlake.com

5.1 4.21

+ FACADE UPMASSING BUILDING DENSITY BY city 2.BREAK Urban form in the arabic PEDESTRIAN STREETS

ISSUES CONSTRAINTS

URBAN FORM IN THE ARABIC CITY

URBAN FORM IN THE ARABIC CITY

PLANNING

5.1 1 4.2

BREAK UP BUILDING DENSITY BY MASSING + FACADE PEDESTRIAN STREETS

Madrassa in Tunis, Arabic- Islamic Cities, Besim Selim Hakin selim Aerial ImagePlaza, of Tunis Sunset Triangle Los Angeles, Rios Clementi Hale Studios http://blog.archpaper.com/wordpress/archives/34559

5.2 2

Luchtsingel pedestrian bridge, Rotterdam, zus http://www.zus.cc/

MECCA

3. Mosque square orientation CREATE FUNCTIONAL OPEN MOSQUE ORIENTATION + PROMINENCE SPACE AS DESTINATION ME C

4.3

PLANNING

5.2 2 4.3

CREATE FUNCTIONAL OPEN OPPORTUNITIES SPACE AS DESTINATION MOSQUE ORIENTATION + PROMINENCE

PEDESTRIAN + VEHICULAR + TRANSIT

ME

MECCA

CA PEDESTRIAN + VEHICULAR + TRANSIT

CC

A

SLOPED LAWN

SQ

FOUNTAIN

Prayer time Photograph, Mecca

5.3 3

ORGANIZATION + URBAN INTERFACE 4. Organization+Urban interface

The Circle in Uptown, Normal, IL, Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects http://archpaper.com/news/articles.asp?id=4768

UA R

EA XIS

ANALYSIS

Mosquem, Turkey, BIG Bjarke Ingels Group Bucharest University Square,Bucharest, M. Crassus http://mcrassus.wordpress.com

ASSETS OPPORTUNITIES

SUQ: DENSE + STIMULATING PATHWAYS

Suq, Fez , Morocco

Suq, Foster and Partners, Abu Dhabi, http://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/news/daily-news/foster-unwraps-abu-dhabi-souk/8611149.article

ORGANIZATION + URBAN INTERFACE

5.3 3

SUQ: DENSE + STIMULATING PATHWAYS


HAMAD MEDICAL CENTER HAMAD MEDICAL CENTER

WEAVING LANDSCAPE AND CITY WEAVING LANDSCAPE AND CITY SITE ANALISIS SITE ANALISIS PREVALING WINDS PREVALING WINDS

ISSUES ISSUES

OPORTUNITES OPORTUNITES

FIXED LOCATION FIXED TRANSIT LOCATION HUB TRANSIT RESPECT HUB PROXIMITY RESPECT TO PROXIMITY ROYAL TO ESTATE ROYAL ESTATE SOUND

NEW HOSPITAL NEW HOSPITAL

120 F 120 F O

O RECORD HIGH RECORD HIGH

POTENCIAL CONNETION POTENCIAL TO CONNETION CORNICHE TO CORNICHE

LOAD SOUND FROM LOAD AL kHALEEJ FROM HIGH WAY AL kHALEEJ HIGH WAY

Design As a City Time: 2013. 12 Professor: David Allison Partner: Erwin Riefkohl Role: Concept design, modelling and rendering

URBAN CASE STUDY: URBAN CASE STUDY:

POTENCIAL DOHA POTENCIAL GRAND PARK DOHA GRAND PARK

SITE PLAN

GRAND D PA P PAR PARK AR A RK

COMERCIAL TO BE CONNECTED COMERCIAL TO BE CONNECTED

NEIGBOORHOODS TO BE CONNECTED NEIGBOORHOODS TO BE CONNECTED

CONNECTION TO SUQ CONNECTION TO SUQ

MEDIAN ISFAHAN , IRAN MEDIAN ISFAHAN , IRAN

WEAVING LANDSCAPE AND CITY

DESIGN DIRECTIVES DESIGN DIRECTIVES CREATE A CREATE RICH PUBLICA RICH PUBLIC REALM GuidelinesREALM

7

CONNECT CONNECT AND AND DIVERSIFY DIVERSIFY

LEGIBLE LEGIBLE BUILDING BUILDING INTERFACE INTERFACE

STRONG STRONG CULTURAL CULTURAL RELATION RELATION

USE WATER FEATURES

CLEAR CAMPUS CONNECTION

MAKE BUILDINGS PORUS

MOSQUE PROMINENCE

USE WATER FEATURES

CLEAR CAMPUS CONNECTION

MAKE BUILDINGS PORUS

MOSQUE PROMINENCE

PROVIDE SHADE

DIVERSIFY CAMPUS

MAKE BUILDINGS PORUS

CITY FORM

PROVIDE SHADE

DIVERSIFY CAMPUS

MAKE BUILDINGS PORUS

CITY FORM

TRAUMA MEDICAL CENTER DESIGN IN DOHA Circulation and Access UNDER GROUND TRIAIN

Underground Loop

PUBLIC ACCESS

Public Access

AMBULANCE ENTRENCE

Ambulance Access

STAFF AND SERVICE ROUTE

Staff and service Access


ORGANIZATION OF AN ISLAMIC ARABIC CITY

Masterplan

SITE PLAN

Islamic ISLAMICcirculation CITY HIERARCHY hierarchy OF CIRCULATION

Public VS Private PUBLIC VS PRIVATE

ISLAMIC CITY HIERARCHY OF CIRCULATION

PUBLIC VS PRIVATE

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Neighborhood

Neighborhood Neighborhood

Neighborhood

Neighborhood Neighborhood

Bab

Public

Bab

Public

1ST FLOOR PLAN

Private Private

Ground Floor Public VS Private

Vertical Circulation VERTICAL CIRCULATION

UNDER GROUND TRIAIN

PUBLIC ACCESS

AMBULANCE ENTRENCE

STAFF AND SERVICE ROUTE

SERVICE PUBLIC

Section

ORGANIZATION OF AN ISLAMIC ARABIC CITY TRAUMA

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Public

Bab Neighborhood

Neighborhood Neighborhood

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Private

TUNIS

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MAIN STREETS ,SECUNDARY AND TERCIARY CREATED BY

HIERARCHY OF CIRCULATION

COURTYARDS INSERTED INTO NEIGHBOORHOODS

Weaving landscape

OR

FLO

POD LAYOUT WITH SEPRATE SERVICE CORRIDOR

Center Plaza

Site Section


Undergraduate Graduation Design Time: 2013. 6 Tutor: Daqing Han

Individual Work

Academic Deisgn â&#x20AC;&#x2013;

RETIREMENT ACTIVITY CENTER SENIOR HEALTH & LIVING COMPLEX DESIGN

Site Analysis

8

Country

City

Region

Scope

Traffic system

Landscape


Form development

Sharing space

View and orientation

Twist

Vertical Garden

Creating shared space t o a t t r a c t d i f fe r e n t flow and enhance the communication.

Th e re s i d e n t i a l n e e d more daylighting and face main surrounding landscape.

By twisting, it brings the daylighting and more landscape view to the northern rooms.

Arranged in the enter, the ver tical garden provide more gray space and buffer.

Square and yard

Bottom overhead

Physical Therapy

Form and lighting

Nursing Care Restaurant

Loft

Living Unit

Suite

Administration

Sharing space section

Slope and roof

Living Unit

Living Unit

Living Unit

Living Unit

Entertainment

Living Unit

Living Unit

Living Unit

Retail

Living Unit

Living Unit

Living Unit

Lobby

Physical Therapy

Nursing Room

Fitness

Auditorium

Retail

Starbucks


Background

9

Site Analysis


"The Old To The New"

Renovation Section


Activity Timeline

Planning Concept

10

The renovation process is trying to create diverse activity space that links to the activity timeline of seniors' daily life, and also by the way stimulate the landscpae and other places of the community. Alos, by taking advantage of the existing mining equipment, the new community will have interesting walking space for old people to use and experience, helping them remind of the industrical experience they had before.


Inspiration- Buds

People can be able to walk among landscape points along the interesting pipe roads.

Culture Square

Roof Garden Concept

Evaporation

Recyle of rain

Tropical island effect

Photosynthetic effect

The industrial buildings a re co n n e c te d by t h e l a n d s c a p e t o p ro v i d e people continuous places.

Fi n a l l y, p e o p l e w i l l be attracted into the community to experience diverse activity space.


Excellent Prize of 2011 REVIT CUP National Competition Time: 2011. 6 Tutor: Daqing Han Individual Work

Academic Design ‖

FOREST IMPRESSION

LIBRARY DESIGN - ARSENAL RENOVATION

11


12


Plus and Division

Structure System

Horizontal Sections


OTHER WORK Group Home Prototype

Graduate work 2014.05 Individual Work Professor: Byron Edwards Serving the local citizens, the group home including eight living units and health service. The vision of the house to create intimate and healthy living environment which engaged in the site and culture. Providing courtyard and home-like faรงade give people the friendly and warm impression.

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Charleston Senior Center

Graduate work 2014.03 Individual Work Professor: Byron Edwards Visioning to provide space diverse activities, the senior center intends to create light form and variable space for different use. Surrouding the center lobby, the different parts are separated to response to the different flow and maximize the nature light and view.

"Travel of Light"

Competition Work 2012.05 Individual Work Professor: Zhu Dongdong Borrowing light from nature, the lighting strategy is trying to introduce the outdoor lighting into the indoor space and create interesting lighting pattern for people's diverse activities. Introduced by vertical partition, the sunlight can provide people the lighting feeling and changeable and interesting lighting.


ART & RESEARCH Art and Drawing

Design with Model

Research

More than 2-Year training on art and drawing, including sketching, painting, photography, makes me gain strong foundation of esthetics and skills of visual design.

Physical model helps me intuitively understand the space and form, and improve my thinking in the design process.

Yingtan vilage was built 300 years ago, and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s surrounded by mountaisn. It leans to the Taihang Mountain and be arranged along the slope forming complex space. This research focus on the Street and lane space, which is main arteries and veins of the village and connecting the main landscape point and buildings, and traditional buildings and structure that make the village unique.


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Work sample from 2009-2014

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