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[A SEARCH FOR BALANCE] Wei Zonghao | PORTFOLIO Bachelor of Urban Planning (Candidate 2017) Hunan University, Changsha, China Apply for MSc. Urbanism, TU Delft


SUMMARY OF THE MOTIVATION LETTER

TALE OF CONTENT [Hiking the History] Museum Design Balance between Past, Current, and Future

[Community Health Map] Social Research and Micro Design Balance between Institution and Reality

[Connection_ Inland River Recovery] Urban Design, Sponge City Balance between Water and Urban village

[Watershed Renewal Project] Spatial Planning Balance between Landscape and Urbanization (All the drawings were drawn by myself except for special tagged ones)

I am longing to take urbanism track of the MSc program because it will further broaden my view in urban design and deepen my understanding in relationship between urbanization and natural landscape. Past four years of Urban Planning education exposed me to China's rapid urbanization, the economic drives behind it, and its potential damage to natural environment. It introduced me the physical space design. However, it has not exposed me to the intricacy and complexity in urban system that I was eager to explore. The scientific curriculum arrangement in the programme is appealing to me. In addition, I was especially intrigued by one of your student works on delta urbanism, 'Alleviate the Split'. He had transformed a full Delta research at several scales into a final design of one waterfront area, and it left me a great impression on your Department. I wish to become part of this force in urban landscape transformation. Fur thermore, I believe Netherlands has a unique understanding in relationship between water and cities. Even though Netherlands and China have experienced similar problems with water, Dutch delta urbanism is a world-distinguished practice. Dutch cities have once been faced with problems of coastal erosion, land-subsidence, increasing rainstorm-floods and environmental decay, which, nevertheless, are the same issues affecting China today. In 'De Delta Paradox', Professor Palmboom regarded Delta as a complex system. He put forward a great conceptual transformation from restraining the power of Nature to working with dynamic water. In southern cities of China, people are facing the same problems that once troubled many Dutch cities. However, most of modern Chinese planners have not yet found the way to reintroducing dynamic river flow to an already established city grid. Rivers are cut by planning division and disregarded as a complete system. With your diverse student body and faculty, I believe it is where different ideas can be exchanged, and creativity and innovation are encouraged. I want to become part of this exciting group to further my understanding of different urban systems at a regional scale and thus help me with pursuing my career as a responsible and responsive Urban Designer. Had I been admitted to your fine department, I believe the invaluable experience would deepen my understanding in the relationship between urbanization and natural landscape, and hope one day I would become part of the force that helps to reconstruct China's urban environment.


Hiking the History_Museum Design Fujia Island, Changsha, China Academic and Individual Work, Architecture Design Third Year / Semester 6 February, 2015 - June, 2015 Instructor: Giovanni Ferrara Giovanni_ferrara@hotmail.it


7 Fujia Island The Site

[Analysis of Historical Site]

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Although Changsha is a metropolis now, it started from a small fishing village 2500 years ago along the Xiang River. Thus most historical sites, which are built or rebuilt in different ages, were located along the river.

Kaifu Temple

Chaozong Street

The Changsha History Museum is located on an undeveloped island in the middle of Xiang River. And the island is connected to the Orange Island which has been well developed for tourism and cultural events.

Tunnel Underwater 8

Orange Island

Gongji Temple

8

4

Taiping Street

4 Parking Lot Subway Line Subway Station

Lushan Temple

Yuelu Academy

1 2

Ancient Wall

11

Auditorium

Public Parks

Yuelu Mountain

1

9

3

2

9

11

Port

3

Old House

5

Former Site of HFNU

10

Tourist Attractions

5

10

6 6

Statue Mao

[Urban history]

Palace

Orange Island Yuelu Academy

[Germination Period]

[Stagnation Period]

Qin, Han, and Jin Dynasties, BC221AD581. In the begining, there were a small fishing village and a palace along Xiang River.

Sui and Tang Dynasties, AD581AD960. The first formal city came into being In this period. The city center of Changsha was surrounded by the defensive wall. And the scale of city and the population did not change much in nearly 400 years.

[Prosperous Period]

[Stagnation Period]

[Prosperous Period]

[Fast Development Period]

Song, Yuan and Ming Dynasties, AD 960-AD 1644 In this period, education, culture, art and economy had developed a lot in Changsha. And there are frequent trades with other cities along Xiang River.

Qing Dynasty, AD1644-1912. In this period, the city center of Changsha had not changed much, but it was the first time that some structures had been built on the Orange Island.

Republic of China, AD1912-AD1949. At the end of Qing Dynasty , Changsha became a treaty port. And its education, culture, art and economy have a fast development along Xiang River. But at the end of this period, the city center of Changsha was burnt in the war.

People's Republic of China, AD 1949Now. After the establishment of new China, Changsha has been fast rebuilt in 'American Plan'. Old Changsha always developed by the river, but now it makes a big difference.


[ Analysis on Traditional Changsha Architecture] The traditional Chinese commemoratory buildings form in groups. There are a series of interconnected spaces and courtyards in every group. Axis is a important element to make these spaces in order.

[Inner spaces]

[Courtyards]

[Kaifu Temple] (AD1795)

[Yuelu Academy] (AD1015)

[Hunan First Normal University] (AD1903)

[Sectorization]

[Inner spaces]

[Courtyards]

[Sectorization]

[Inner spaces]

[Lushan Temple] (AD1520)

[Courtyards]

[Sectorization]

[Sectorization]

Living

worshiping

Worshiping

[Courtyards]

Living

Confucian Temple

Academy

Education & Administration

Education

Living

[Inner spaces]


[Site Plan]

0 5 10

20

40m

Entry

[Site and Design Analysis] Select site according to the Flood Line of Fujia Island. Apply the order of traditional Chinese architectural spaces into the design.

Site

300 days per year

60 days per year

5 days per year

Once 5 years

Once 10 years

Once 50 years

Exhibition

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Off

For Visitors For Staffs

Starting with a rectangular plan as the ancient Changsha did.

Modifying the process of building ancient Changsha and divide the rectangular plan.

Divided Grid

Transference of spaces

The result of the transference and the formation of the courtyard.

Visiting route and function arrangement based on the typology studying of traditional architectural spaces.


[Design Analysis]

Details of apperance

Guide visitors to walk out of the museum, and to reach the natural landscape of the island.

Open the courtyard.

Route design in details

The height change of cubes makes visitors keep going up during the visit.

Roofs design based on the sunlight.


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22 32

20 17

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28

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11.500 7.500

up

down 14 4

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6.000

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down 4

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11.500

7.500

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29

up

up

8.400

9

7.200

down

27

24.400

up

8.800

up

up 4.800

up

26

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up 4

4 up

4

7.600

3.600

up

3.600

4.800

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6.000

up

up

6.400

2.400

up

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up 4

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1.200

up

up

2.400

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±0.000

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up

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±0.000

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1 [Second Floor Plan 1:1000]

[First Floor Plan 1:1000]

[Function Arrangement] 1_ Ticketing and Information 2_ Bag Check and Visitor Screen 3_ Security & Custodial Room 4_ Exhibition 5_ Equipment

6_ Equipment Room 7_ Art Storage 8_ Locker Room 9_ Restroom for Staffs 10_Resteraunt

11_ Restroom for Visitors 12_ Receiving and Storage Room 13_ Trashroom 14_ Restroom 15_ Office

16_ Workstation of Kitchen 17_ Performance Hall 18_ Greenhouse 19_ Dressing Room 20_ Projection & Translation

21_ Landscape Equipment 22_ Restroom for Staffs 23_ File Storage 24_ Conference Room 25_ Marketing and Development Office

26_ Staff Room 27_ Administrative Apartment 28_ Cafe 29_ Teahouse 30_ Security and Custodial Room

31_ Staff Room 32_ IT Server 33_ Supply Room 34_ Classroom


27.800

15.500

15.500 11.900 7.100

7.500

4.800 Âą0.000

[Section 1-1 1:500]

Impression of the exhibition space

Impression of the corridor which is connected to offices


27.800

15.500 11.500

10.700

7.500

9.500 3.600 2.400

[Section 2-2 1:500]

Impression of the entrance of the resteruant

Impression of the interior space of the tower


Community Health Map_Social Research and Micro Design Changsha, Hunan Province, China Academic and Group work. Social Research and Micro Design Logic Builder, the Only Designer Research, Drawing, Design Collaborators: Geng Yuzhou, Liu Shiqi, Zhou Xiaosui, Third year / Semester 6 April, 2015 - July, 2015 Instructors: Chen Xuan, Shen Yao, Xiao Yanyang 64176981@qq.com(Chen Xun), 35543476@qq.com(Shen Yao)


[Institutional Background] Since 1997, Chinese government has carried on the community health care system all over the country in order to reduce the pressure of large hospitals and improve the efficiency of medical treatment. 1. Every community in the city was supposed to have a Community Health Care Center (CHCC).

Community Health Care Center

2. The main task of CHCC was to provide regular physical examinations, vaccination, medical t re a t m e n t of c o m m o n d i s e a s e , a n d h e a l t h information for local residents in a low price. Community Health Care Center

[The Problems] The building of CHCCs has been nationally completed in 2005. But there were still some serious problems according to our research in Changsha. 1. The large hospitals are still crowded while CHCCs are empty. Citizens averagely spend 3 hours on waiting to see a doctor in rush hours. The efficiency of medical treatment is still too low.

Big Hospital Community Health Care Center

2. Although CHCCs were built up and equipments were supported by the local government, most residents in old communities are not aware of the importance of regular physical examinations and do not understand the concept of preventing disease before getting sick.

[The Aim] To make residents of old communities notice the necessity of regualr physical examinations. To find a way to provide the covienient health service for the residents.

Impression of Chinese community health care system

Community Health Care Center Ideal Situation

Physical Examation

Vaccination

Treatment

Municipal Hospital Hospitalization

Physical Examation

Vaccination

Treatment

Hospitalization

0~7

Years Old

Represents the choices of 0~10% residents in all samples

8~14

Years Old

Represents the choices of 10~25% residents in all samples

15~64

Years Old

Represents the choices of 25~50% residents in all samples

>=65

Years Old

Represents the choices of 50~100% residents in all samples

But the Reality is ... 0~7

Years Old

8~14

Years Old

15~64

Years Old

>=65

Years Old

There were 194 residents participating in the research Including: 15 residents at 0~7 years old 15 residents at 8~14 years old 128 residents at 15~64 years old 36 residents beyond 65 years old


[WHY Do Not Most Residents Have Regular Physical Examinations?]

[HOW To Guarantee Regular Physical Examinations of the Residents?]

After short interviews with totally 194 residents in different age groups (Information about kids under 14 years old came from their parents). It is found: 1. Most residents beyond 14 years old lack regular physical examinations 2.The main reason of not having regular physical examinations is inconvenience (It is too far to reach the CHCC).

“Catalyst Experiment� in the Research: Medical students are invited to provide free physical examinations (including blood pressure, body temperature, height and weight) for residents in Chaoyang Community. Four public parks and four bustling streets in the community were selected to carry on the experiment. And we recorded the number of residents who had taken part in the activity in every 30 minutes to make a comparison.

The main reasons of having regular physical examinations

The conclusion was that once it is convenient, the residents are eager to know about their health condition. And the experiment in public parks can attracted more residents to have physical examinations.

It is necessary The school/company requires

Space Type A: In the Park

The main reasons of Lacking regular physical examinations Distance is too far Just do not know It is unnecessary

0~7 Years Old 7.83% of tatal residents in Chaoyang Community

A2

A3

A4

22 residents / 30 minutes

14 residents / 30 minutes

17 residents / 30 minutes

19 residents / 30 minutes

Space Type B: In the Street

8~14 Years Old 7.78% of tatal residents in Chaoyang Community Require 4/15, 26.67%

A1

Don't know 4/15, 26.67%

Too far 1/15, 6.67% Necessary 2/15, 13.33%

Necessary 11/15, 73.33%

Unecessary 2/15, 13.33%

Require 6/15, 40.00%

15~64 Years Old 65.97% of tatal residents in Chaoyang Community

B2

B3

7 residents / 30 minutes

4 residents / 30 minutes

>=65 Years Old 18.42% of tatal residents in Chaoyang Community Too far 73/128, 57.03%

Necessary 6/128, 4.69%

Don't know 12/128, 9.38%

6 residents / 30 minutes

A4

Necessary 6/36, 16.67%

B4

Too far 21/36, 58.33%

Require 2/36, 5.56%

Require 19/128, 14.84%

B4

B1 11 residents / 30 minutes

B3

Unecessary 4/36, 11.11%

A3

Don't know 3/36, 8.33%

Unneccessary 18/128, 14.06%

A2 B2 Number of residents

A1

B1

Walking Distance to CHCC

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500

750

1000

1250

1500

1750

2000m

(Drawn by collaborator, Zhou Xiaosui)


[Design of Health Pavilion - Facade Design] The idea of making physical examinations more convenient worked well, according to the “Catalyst Experiment� above. Therefore we decided to design a ''Health Pavilion'' which can be put in the residential district to provide self-service physical examinations and health information.

[Facade 2] Reference Line

Designers

Staffs from the CHCC

Local Residents

Participators

Modules

Facade

Template for transformations. Residents can take part in the creation of the Facade.

Health Pavilion Facade Generation

[Facade 1]

[Facade 3]

Reference Line

Reference Line

Facade Generation

Facade Generation


[Design of Health Pavilion- Structure and Sites] [Health Pavilion on Site]

[Exploded Axonometric]

Solar Panels

Publishing Information About the Epidemics

Collecting Records of Physical Conditions of Local Residents

Middle School Primary School

Factory

Height measuring Body Composition Measuring Hemopiezometer Oxyhemoglobin Saturation Measuring & Heart Rate Identification Weighing-machine

Principles of Sites Selecting: 1. Keep the walking distance within 500m 2. Avoid crossing main roads in the city (Drawn by collaborator, Zhou Xiaosui)


Long -t coop erm eratio n

Governmental officers

Housing guarantees of residents in inner city Residents of inner city

Better urban image

Improving housing condition Better environment to increase land value

Inner City Renewal

Investors and landowners

Convenient life

Keeping working position Communication

Workers and Shopkeepers

Market Reservation and Renewal

Sustainable Development River Recovery Designers from university

Better environment and special local landscape Citizens out of inner city

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Tourists

Connection_Inland River Recovery Fenghuang, Hunan Province, China Academic and Individual Work, Urban Design, Spong City Forth Year / Semester 8 February, 2016 - May, 2016 Instructor: Xiang Hui


[Waterlog Area and Ubran Texture]

Ubran Village Bulit in 1949-NOW

Urban Area Bulit in 2002-NOW

Tourist Attraction Bulit in 1988-2001

[Present Drainage]

[River Section 1-1]

[River Section 2-2]

[River Section 3-3]

Waterlog area in 2014 (Once 50 years) The drainage direction Waterlog area in every summer

[Annual Rainfall Analysis] Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

June

July

Aug

Step

Oct

Nov

Dec

Unusual Rainstorm in July,2014


[Impression of Current Zoning]

[The Summary of Problems] 1.The inland river is abandoned and polluted. 2.The urban village has been segmented by modern buildings. 3.The unscientific drainage system and the complex hilly terrain lead to the problem of waterlog in summer time.

[Analysis of the Inland River] Residence Residence Apartment Apartment Residence

Commercial District: Modern buildings have been fast built up since 2002. And these constructions have changed the original terrain a lot.

Apartment

Urban Village: This area is separated away from the normal urban area. There are many illegal self-built houses which fit the local terrain well, and there is almost no public places for residents.

Markt

Markt Apartment

Mall

Mall Shops

Office Apartment Apartment Shops

Tourism District: Thanks to the famous novel, 'Border Town', written by Shen Congwen. This town became famous all over the country. Then this area is especially built for tourists, and tourism has contributed a lot in local economy.

Resteruant

Burned Rubbish

Domestic Wastewater

Square

Impression of the urban village

Domestic Wastewater

Domestic Wastewater

Domestic Wastewater

Kitchen Garbage


[Design Principles]

333.00

Community Service Center 319.00

1. Recover the inland river based on the theory of Sponge City. 2. Connect urban village with commercial district and tourism district through the inland river. 3. Use rain gardens to solve the problem of waterlog.

316.00

330.30 1

330.90

Urban village 332.00

331.50

320.00

318.00

Land Use and Connection Tourism District

2 323.30

313.50

317.00

Vegetable Market

Public Square 313.50

3

313.60

Shopping Street

315.50

Circulation

4

307.40

310.50

312.50

309.00

311.00

Vegetable Market

[Master Plan]

0

25

50

100

200m Flood Pattern

1

2

3

4

Points of Assembly


[Natural Rainage System Design] Rain Garden _ Collect and purify rain water in public spaces

Drainage _ Guide rainwater down the streets into rain gardens and the river

Rainwater Transportation

Inland River Recovery _ Water purification and landscape recovery along the river

Rainwater Transportation

Current

Dwelling

Potential Public Space

Street

Structure

Inland River

Structure

Native Soil

Cement

Water

Cement

Dirt

Current

Cement Native Soil

Native Soil

Native Soil

Rock-lined Swale Green

Strategies

Water Cement

Soil Mix Infiltration

Depression in the middle of highland

Highland

Sedimentation

Native Soil

Native Soil

Native Soil

Highland

Community Center

Apartment

Rainwater Flow

Shopping Mall

Rainwater Flow

Vegetable Market

Residential District of Urban Village

Community Center and Rain Garden

Residential District of Urban Village

Inalnd River Recovery

Citizen Park

Vegetable Market

Vegetable Market

Commercial


[Rainwater Public Spaces Design] Community Service Center

Forth Purification Bog Rush

Third Purification Acorus Calamus

Second Purification Thalia Dealbata

First Purification Cyperus Alternifolius

Before Design

After Design_When it is sunny

After Design_When it is rainy

Waterlog; Complex and confusing route

Route reorganization; Public space redesign for residents

Rain garden for water purification

Soil erosion while it's raining; Breaking end streets.

Green roof; Rain garden with daily activities; Streets reorganization.

Rain garden and rainage design.

Before Design

After Design_When it is sunny

After Design_When it is rainy

Waterlog; Negative space.

Public space reorganization; Rain garden design.

Rainwater purification; Drainage.

Waterlog; Negative space.

Activities arrangement; Make use of original height difference.

Rainwater artificial landscape.

Impression of the rain garden in the urban village

Apar tmen t

Shops

Shops

Teahouse

Sheet Flow Evapotranspiration

Bacteria

Fungi

Nematodes

Infiltration

Biochemical Breakdown

Impression of the rainwater public space


[Riverside Design]

Forth Purification Bog Rush

Third Purification Acorus Calamus

Second Purification Thalia Dealbata

1

First Purification Cyperus Alternifolius

A Livestock Market Vegetable Market Park Rain Garden Sanitary Wastewater

Inland River Urban Village Community

Embers From Market

2

Evaporation

Sediment Trap

Sheet Flow Bio Retention Soil Mix

Amended Topsoil

Filtration Straining Sedimentation

Aggregate Base Natural Soil

Apartment Bottom Shops Shopping Street

Impression of the inland river which connects the urban village with the market

Shopping Street Inland River

Shop

3

Infiltration

Main Road

Sheet Flow

Apartment Vegetable Market

Amended Topsoil

Filtration Straining Sedimentation

Aggregate Base Inland River Urban Village Community

Natural Soil

Impression of the inland river which connects the urban village with the ancient wall of the tourism district.

B


Watershed Renewal Project_Spatial Plan Xupu, Hunan Province, China Academic and Group Work, Spatial Plan Main Designer, Team Leader Concept, Research, Design Collaborator: Yang Guoyang Forth Year / Semester 8 May, 2016 - July, 2016 Instructor: Xu Yiqing, Zhou Kai zhoukai_nju@hotmail.com; kai_zhou@hnu.edu.cn


[Current Land Use and Urban Structural Analysis]

[Flood As A Challenge] Xupu lies in the southern part of China, where there are many hills and runoffs. In order to achieve harmony between men and Nature, the plan is based on the natural watersheds divided by these runoffs. In this way it can achieve the conservation of moisture and soil, the reduction of flood, and the reduction of economy loss.

Railway Station

Location Analysis

Public Service

New Development Axis

Commercial

Town Images Residential

Passenger Station

Flood Images

Green Park

Old Development Axis Production External Traffic Production

Rice Farming

Poultry Farming

Orange Planting

Pig Breeding

Timber Processing

External Traffic Hospital

Passenger Station

Annual Rainfall Analysis

Education

Water Plant

Commercial

Population

Year 2005

Year 2010

Year 2015

Year 2020 (Forecast)

Year 2035 (Forecast)

60,600 in totall

85,000 in totall

120,000 in totall

144,000 in totall

180,000 in totall

5,170,000 ㎡

7,600,000 ㎡

11,200,000 ㎡

14,000,000 ㎡

18,000,000 ㎡

Urban Area

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Minimum annual rainfall in Recent 50 years Average annual rainfall in Recent 50 years Maximum annual rainfall in Recent 50 years

July

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec


[Watershed Analysis by GIS]

[Current Infrastructure Analysis] Water Collection Line

Connection to Villages

Railway

Water Divide line

Terrin Streets Connection to Expressway

Outbound Traffic

Outbound Traffic

Main Roads

Local Streets

Hills Headwaters

Runoff Vertical Dike Riverside Park

Runoff (Rainwater)

Dike Serious Flooded Area

Pond

Urban Area Hills

Rivers and Runoffs

Sandu River

Flooded Area

[Designed Infrastructure Reform]

To villages

Village Area Urban Area New Loop Road

Xushui River

To villages

New Connection New street

Xushui River Create New Loop Roads

Farmland

Local Streets Reform

Greenbelt

Farmland City Center Wetland park

Village New District

Geenbelt

Green System Plan Divide the urban area in to several watersheds based on the water collection lines and watersheds generated by GIS

Planned Area


[Combination of Land Use ] Combination of Land Use Types

Selected Combination Types Along the Water

Features of Combinations

Re si Gr den ti e M en al un Co icip m a Pu me l b r Ind lic S cial u e Ro stri r vice ad al

Landuse Types

[ Selected Waterfront Form]

1 2 3

Landscape

Attraction

Resilience

Public Capacity Land Value

Combination Type 1.1

Combination Type 2.1

Combination Type 3.1

Combination Type 1.2

Combination Type 2.2

Combination Type 3.2

Combination Type 1.3

Combination Type 2.3

Combination Type 3.3

(Drawn by collaborator, Yang Guoyang)

[Typical Sections]

Residential Commercial

Land Value

Attraction

Resilence

Landscape

Public Capacity

Residential Public

Combination Type 1.4

Combination Type 3.4

Combination Type 3.5 Residential

Residential Commercial

Land Value

Land Value

Landscape

Attraction

Resilence

Resilence

Attraction

Landscape

Public Capacity

Public Capacity

Service Public

Mixed-Use Commercial

(Drawn by collaborator, Yang Guoyang)

Waterside Type 1

Waterside Type 2

Waterside Type 3

_River Barrier

_Half Accessible Waterfront

_Accessible Waterfront


[Land Use Replan By Topology] 2

1 3

This area contains three branches. The vital points here is the railway station and governmental buildings which are surrounded by some commercial buildings.

4

Original Lanuse Along The Water

Origainal Lanuse

Lanuse Replan Along The Water

New Landuse Extened From The Water

Plot Ratio Control Along the Water

City Center Combination Type 1.3, 3.1, 3.4 · Public Capacity · Land Valube Northern City Combination Type 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5

· Landscape

· Railaway Station

Surburb Area _Combination Type 1.1, 2.1

· Attraction

· Landscape · Resilence

Southern City Combination Type 2.1, 3.1, 3.4 Near the City Center Combination Type 3.2, 3.3, 3.5

· Attraction · Resilence

· Landscape

· Landscape

· Land Value

Near the City Center Combination Type 3.1, 3.2, 3.5 · Landvalue · Landscape

1

2

3

This new runoff is created based on the watershed analysis by GIS. The runoff together with the original wetland can become a trigger of southern urban area. Because they have the potential to create leisure area, to improve the land value, and to solve the problem of waterlog.

City Center Combination Type 3.1, 3.2, 3.5 · Landvalue · Public · Public Capacity

New Planning Area Combination Type 3.1, 3.3, 3.5 · Resilence · Landscape

2

3

1 4

Southern City Center Combination Type 3.2, 3.4

This area contains the river which goes through the whole city and divide the city into two parts. The river is an excellent landscape resource but also a potential threaten to this city.

· Public Capacity · Land Valube

Surburb Area Combination Type 1.1, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4

Southern Urban Area Combination Type 2.1, 3.2, 3.3

· Landscape

· Attraction

· Residence

· Land Valube


[Final Spatial Planning] Woodland

Farmland

Rural Area

Residential

Lesuire spaces

Commercial

Public Service

Footbridge

Timber Land Mixed Use (Commercial &Residential)

Timber Land

Residential Park

Wood-working Factory

Timber Land Resthome

Bridge

Pedestrian System

Residential Park

Business Railway Station

Education

Forest Park

Bus Station

Public Park Hospital

Public Park Village

Gym

Passenger Station

Flooded Wetland

Outbound Traffic To villages

Theater

Public Transportation

Administration

Farm Production Factory Passenger Station

Railway Station Commerce Hospital

Basic Farmland Protection

Commerce Education Hospital

Railway Station

Commerce Administration Hospital Theater Education

Commerce

Commerce Commerce Education Hospital

Archaeology

Warehouse

0

250

500

1000

2000m

Pedestrian Circulation

Railway

Bridge

Footbridge

Commerce Gym Education Commerce Education Hospital

Commerce and Public Services

Commerce Education


[Other Woks]

Agriculture Park Dec. 2012

Working Model of Urban Design Mar. 2016 - May. 2016

Green Park Design Oct. 2014 - Dec. 2014

Never being in full control of the end result - Prof.ir. F.J. Palmboom

Apartment Redesign Nov. 2014 - Dec. 2014

Elder-Friendly City Sept. 2016

Community Activity May. 2014

Residential Planning Oct. 2014 - Dec. 2014

Health Care Center Design Spet. 2014 - Dec. 2014

Tower Redesign (Intership) Aug. 2015

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