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Academic Works 2012-2014 YING HUAN


RESUME Name: Ying Huan GRADUATE PROGRAM: MLA+2, 2012, University of Southern California Email address: yhuan@usc.edu Phone number: 213-880-6737 BACKGROUND -Bachelor’s Degree, Sichuan University, Sichuan, China August 2007 to July 2012 Major: Landscape Architecture program, 5 years Main class: Landscape planning and design; Garden design; Graphics; Computer rendering; Architecture model-making; Sustainable design; Landscape design history etc. Graduation design: Ecological Science Experience Design of Danjing Mountain Scenic Spot -Graduate Study (USA only) University of Southern California August 2012 to May 2014 Major: Landscape Architecture program, 2 years Main class: Landscape architecture design; Urban plant ecology; Nature landscape; Case studies; Global history; Architecture projects in urban landscape, LEED, ect. Work experience - Research Member, Project ‘The Reconstruction of Earthquake in Sichuan Taopin’ presided by Professor Li (Sichuan University) and Professor Daniel Abramson (University of Washington) - Participator, Competition ‘Dynamic Designs’ held by Cultural and Education Section British Embassy in Tongji University in Shanghai - Team leader, Competition ‘Creative Building Design’ held by Sichuan University - Team leader, Competition ‘Low-carbon Design’ School & Social Experience - Director, 10-min Musical Drama on Commencement Party, 2008 - Volunteer for Earthquake Relief Work, 2008

CONTENTS - Director for Sign Language(for deaf people) Performance in New Hope Fairy - Team leader, Team Performance in Sichuan Normal University, held Culture Party together Awards & Honors - ‘Excellent Student Honor’ by Sichuan University for 4 consecutive years 2007-2011 - ‘Excellent Academic Scholarship’ by Sichuan University for 4 consecutive years 2007-2011 - ‘Excellent league Branch Secretary’ by Sichuan University, 2008 - ‘Excellent Graduate Student’ by Sichuan University, 2011 - ‘Zhixin Scholarship’, 2008 - ‘Prize of Best Creative Design of Building’, The competition of Creative Building Design held by Sichuan University, 2008 - ‘Third Prize’, Competition of Low-carbon Design of Sichuan University

LA RIVER BANK DESIGN PART 1

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LA RIVER BANK DESIGN PART 2

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BOYLE HIGHTS 6TH STREET QUICK DESIGN

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My Class Honors - Excellent Class of University, 2009 - Red-flag Class of University (top 10), 2008 - Civilized Class of University, 2010

HOLLENBECK PARK DESIGN

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CHLOROPLAST URBAN COMMUNITY DESIGN

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Personal Statement

MEDIA COMMUNICATION

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MODELS

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I am a person always with passion. I care about people more than design itself. I think the best way to judge a design is good or not, should be the comments from users. Although I understand the first person we need to face is the developer, I still want to create any place that normal people, when using it, would feel happy, convenient and comfortable. And so does the environment. The design would last longer as long as both people and nature like it. So sustainable system is the very important and basic principle that I would use in any work to create a happy world where everything, the ground, the sky, the air, animals, people etc., would feel happy and which would last forever. I like hand drawings, making presentations and communicating with people. One advantage that I have and interested in is transferring concepts/ideas into diagrams so that people can understand them easily. I got good comments from professors for making energetic presentation and interesting diagrams clearly expounded ideas.

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LA RIVER BANK DESIGN PART 1

MASTER PLAN

LA RIVER BANK DESIGN is mainly design for the river floods for los angeles,Given the extreme nature of the hydrology of the site any redesign of the channel will require a fair amount of “design” and mineralization (concrete, etc.) as it would be impossible to simply re-green the entire channel. Recent and previous studies have done little to advance an idea of what is p r o g r a m m a t i c a l l y, e c o l o g i c a l l y, and aesthetically possible within the confines of the morphological considerations and strategies required for high flow infrastructures. 4

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LA RIVER BANK DESIGN PART 1 6

MASTER PLAN

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SECTION 2

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STORIES...

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THREE SECTIONS...

MASTER PLAN

TWO WAYS OF INTERWEAVING

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PROGRAM / SHADOW PROGRAM

HABITAT / HYDROLOGY

CIRCULATION

DRIER PLANT

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PARALLEL VISION

WETTER PLANT Reading Sitting Area

Main Stopping Spot (Bird warching)

Chaparral

Sunbathing

Main Stopping Spot (Fishing)

Sage Scrub

Shadow Sitting Area

Main Stopping Spot (Reading)

Upperland Rparian Grid

Shadow Access&Sitting Area

Bikeline

Oak Woodland

Pedestrain Path

Hydrology System

Ramp way

Site Boundary

Bird Watching

Shadow Access Shadow Activity Area

PERSPECTIVE VISION SKELETON VISION

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SITE ANALYSIS

GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE

CONSTRAINS

BOYLE HEIGHTS 6TH STREET QUCK DESIGN

ENDING SPOT PERSPECTIVE VIEW

OPPOTUNITIES

VISION

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HOLLENBECK PARK DESIGN

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HOLLENBECK PARK DESIGN

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PERSPECTIVE

SECTIONS


URBAN CONNECTION SKY PARK DESIGN

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URBAN CONNECTION SKY PARK DESIGN

PERSPECTIVE 1

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PERSPECTIVE 2


MEDIA COMMUNICATION Made by Rhino

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MODELS

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TO BE CONTINUED.

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