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landscape architecture 2017 Xiaoya Wu


WORK EXPERIENCE AGER GROUP - BEIJING, CHINA Worked as A Landscape Architecture Intern May 2015 - Auguest 2015 Projects: E - Commerce Park Design Project, Beijing, China Yuanyang Villa Design Project, Beijing, China Yushu Villa Design Project, Beijing, China PERSONAL Name

Xiaoya Wu

Nationality China Languages Chinese, English CONTACT Mobile

(407)-885-9840

E-mail

xwu1@ufl.edu

Address

Gainesville, Florida

SKILLS AutoCAD Photoshop ArcGIS SketchUp InDesign Lumion Illustrator Sketching VectorWork Model Making

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AGER GROUP - SHANGHAI, CHINA Worked as A Landscape Architecture Intern August 2016 - December 2016 Projects: Shanghai Lu Wan Development Project, Shanghai, China Ninghai Yue Long Street Design Project, Ninghai, China Jiu Long Lake Design Project, Nanjing, China Tuanbo International School Design Project, Tianjin, China PESCH PARTNER ARCHITEKTEN STADTPLANER - SHANGHAI, CHINA Work as A Urban Planning Entry Level Designer January 2017 - July 2017 Projects: Kong Gang Urban Planning Project, Hefei, China Shanghai Cultural Lighthouse Landmark Project, Shanghai, China Hong Fu Zen Town Planning Project, Xuzhou, China EDUCATION BALL STATE UNIVERSITY, MUNCIE, INDIANA College of Architecture and Planning Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Fall 2012 - Spring 2016 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA College of Design, Construction and Planning Master of Landscape Architecture Fall 2017 - Spring 2019


CONTENTS

01

Hefei Airport Core Zone Urban Design Sino-German Innovation Town 04.2017

02

GreenHeart

03

Over-the-Rhine Park

04

Isabel Roberts House Garden Design

05

Other Works

EPA Challenge 2017, fall

Urban Park Design 2015, fall

Planting and Residential Design 2015, spring

Model, Engineering, SketchďźŒ Internship Works


Hefei Airport Core Zone Urban Design Sino-German Innovation Town

This project is designed by the firm PPAS at 2017, I was worked for this group as an entry level urban plan designer. This project was a collaborative effort by 9 people. My role in this group was draw site existing condition for site boundary, buildings, roads, airport height envelop, agricultural, sream and water bodies in CAD, than export to VectorWork to finalised existing condition maps. I built sketchUp model for buildings, draw site analysis in illustrator and design for Community, Exhibition Center, Center Park,Promenade and Eco-Corridors. Than, Used PowerPoint and InDesign to get things together for report. This project was win the bid. The location for this project is at Hefei Airport Core Zone. Hefei is a important position for Yangtze River Delta where connect three most important cities: Shanghai, Hangzhou, and Nanjing. It also connect the west and east side of China. The great position give Hefei a big opportunity to develop their economy and become the fourth city for Yangtze-Delta. This project aim to develop the Hefei Airport Core Zone as a key node for global industry cooperation. Take advantages of existing industries, multiply ways of transportations and ecological condition to design a innovation town for Hefei Airport Core Zone.

Hefei, China

Location: Hefei Airport Core Zone Project Type: Urban Design Firm: Pesch Partner Architekten Stadtplaner Date: April, 2017


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Regional Context This urban design project aim to develope Hefei Province to the 4th important city for Yangtze-Delta, since Hefei is connecting big cities between west and east sides. Hefei has lots of advantage for transportation becasue high-speed-railway is establishing now that enhance the land transportation. Water transportation also let Hefei Province more accessible. The design concept is "1331" structure for urban area, which means one maine city, three assist cities, three industrial new city and one Chao Lake develope district. "1331" Structure for Yangtze Concerned geography, green corridors, and River Delta river system when designed this project.

Hefei Province

Site Location

Regional Traffic

Existing Condition

Site Boundary

Buildings

Airport Area

Road and Circulation

Agricultural and Water Bodies

Elevation

Slope

Stream


Strategy

"International Synergies and Competition" is the most important factor to achieve global competition for Yangtze River Delta.

Function: Xinqiao Airport, Intelligent Manufacturing and Agriculture Industry are 3 main core areas. Using innovation service corridor like Exhibition Center to connect two industries service areas: Agricultural and Intelligent Manufacturing Service Center.

Shanghai, Hangzhou, and Nanjing are the economic center for Yangtze River Delta. Hefei as the fourth level of urban development and promote economic development for the west side of China. Innovation and connecting to international is important factors to achieve the goals.

Structure: The core areas: west side is Agricultural Commerce Area and the easy side is Intelligent Manufacturing Area. Using existing water body and green area to create lots of natural corridors. Those corridors naturally seperate this site to different functions and industry development units.

Transportation: K o n g g a n g N e w To w n h a s g r o u n d transportations underground transportations and water transportation connects other cities. Now, has Airport Highway, Huxia Highway, Jiling Highway. Tuanfei Road, Wangchang Road, Xingye Road for Express Way. Water transportation is connect North and South.


Master Plan

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Site Analysis

Land Use Plan

Function

Green System

Ecological Structure Road Pattern (Before):

Traffic Pattern Modular (After):

Intercities Traffic

Traffic Units

Circulation System

Road Pattern

Green Corridor (level 1)

Green Corridor (level 2)

Water Way

Parks or Open Spaces


Details

A: Entrance

B: Exhibition Center

C: Center Plaza

D: Ecological Park

E: Center Promenade

F: Promenade

G: Courtyard

H: Pier

I: Waterfront

J: Eco-Village


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Chao Lake Ecological Park

Center Park

Service Center

Baojiaosi Lake Ecological Park


GreenHeart 2017 Campus RainWorks EPA Challenge

University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Project description: Lake Alice--its most critical and iconic environment--as its green "heart", and water as its lifeblood. Four hydrologically informed corridors (the veins) flow through campus to Lake Alice. This project is aim to improve water quality in Lake Alice, to improve social and environmental connectivity, and to improve public engagement. GreenHeart address the Reitz Ravine Vein to demostrate how these goals can be met for the entire Lake Alice warershed. RMAs reduce gray infrastructure area by 80%, allowing polluted and excessive volumes of rainwater to infiltrate underground instead of contaminating and inundating downspout, permeable pavement, stormwater planter, and Xweiscaping. The master plan identifies seven spatial typologies and RAMs are strategically selected for suitability for each typology. Typologies consist of the athletic venue, plaza, passageway, intimate quadrangle, campus green, conservation area, and green street. Equally important, a comprehensive interpretive scheme combats an "out of sight, out of mind" mentality by revealing rainwater and informing the public about its significance. GreenHeart is comprised of many key components, that like our body, combine to form the greater organism. This portfolio shows the typology for Buckman Street.

Problem: Impacts jeopardizing the delicate campus ecosystem can be observed during significant rainfall events. The region is known for its wet and dry seasons, complicating management. During winter and spring of 2017, Gainsville experienced one of its longest drought followed by record-breaking summer rainfall totaling over 33 inches in just a 2 month period. If climate change predictions are correct, such rainfall extremes may become the norm (Marino). Current campus water quality is sub-standard. UF's urbanization and associated increase in impervious surfaces will exacerbate this issue. Impervious surfaces concentrate water normally absorbed into the ground into downstream conveyances collecting pollutants and eventually resulting in toxic concentrations in vulnerable areas like Lake Alice.

Course: Urban Design Instructor: Margaret Carr Alpa Nawre School: University of Florida Date: Fall 2017


Lake Alice (University of Florida)


Watershed Basin Diagram

Vein Concept Diagram

Rainwater Diagram

Lake Alice Watershed The Lake Alice watershed is comprised of 36 densely developed basins. Four main hydrological corridors connect these basins. GreenHeart likens these corridors to veins. 40% of the watershed area is impervious and runoff is "conveyed through a serious surfaces it accumulates pollutants like sediments, nitrogen, and phosphorus. After Lake Alice, the polluted water seeps into the Floridian Aquifer, the primary source of drinking water for the state. Site Location

Street Analysis


CHEMISTRY LABORTORY

BUCKMAN HALL

HERNANDEZ HALL

Master Plan

surface water flow

permeable pavement splash box bioswale wood bridge

LEIGH HALL

underground water flow


Buckman Drive-Dry Condition

Chair

Art Sculpture Pedestrian Lane

Wood Bridge

Car Lane Bike Lane

Before


Buckman Drive-Storm Event

Tree Canopy

Down Sprout

Rain Garden Tree Bed Curb Cut Bioswale Permeable Pavement The perspective shows how RMAs functioning during a storm event. The xeriscape tree canopy slows and reduces water to the ground. Disconnected downspouts redirect water into bioswales and rain gardens that then collect and filter water. Meanwhile, permeable pavement absorbs sheet flow and direct rainfall.


Rainwater Calculation Rainwater calculations reveal GreenHeart's potential improvement of water quality following RMA intervention. The measure used to assess this improvement is change in peak runoff discharge. If runoff is significantly lowered, then the specific issues f nutrient loading and sedimentation will be addressed.

Buildings Buildings

Permeable Pavement

Pavement

Pond

Pond

Pavement

Open Space

Open Space

Lawn

Before

Lawn

After

Within the Dairy basin, peak runoff discharge decreases from 23.4 to 15.8 cubic feet/second a 33% reduction.


BEFORE

BUCKMAN HALL SLEDD HALL

Sections depict a before and after of Buckman Street. Using bioswale, rain garden, disconnected downspout, permeable pavement, and xeriscape RAMs within the green street typology. GreenHeart beautifies UF's Buckman Drive to be a pedestrian and bike only corridor, while feasibly rerouting vehicular circulation to adjacent streets.

CHEMISTRY LABORTORY

BEFORE INTIMATE SPACE SECTION

30’

7’

PLANTING AREA

SIDEWALK

7’

TREE BED

6’

SIDEWALK

AFTER AFTER

3’

BIKE LANE

30’

CAR LANES

3’

BIKE LANE

12’

TREE BED

5’

SIDEWALK

9’

RAIN GARDEN

SLEDD HALL

Green Street Section

7’

SPLASH BOX

18’

RAIN GARDEN

GREEN STREET SECTION

5’

BIKE RACK

7’

BIKE LANE

13’

BIOSWALE WITH BRIDGE

30’

PERMEABLE PAVEMNT ROAD

12’

TREE BED

5’

BIKE LANE

9’

RAIN GARDEN


Over-the-Rhine Park Cincinnati, Ohio

Location: Over-the-Rhine Neighborhoods, Cincinnati.

Project description: This project is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The city at the north side of the confluence of the Licking River. Cincinati developed with fewer European immigrants or influence than eastern cities, however, it received a significant number of German immigrants. Over-the-Rhine is a neighborhood in Cincinnati. Historically, Over-the-Rhine has been a workingclass neighborhood. It is also believed to be one of the largest, most intact urban historic districts in the United States. This project is aim to renovate a park at Over-the-Rhine and design a public space for people gathering. The park near 13th and Sycamore Streets has a pool, two playgrounds, a shelter, and sitting area with two basketball courts across the street.

Course: Urban Design Instructor: Malcom Claire Bo Zhang School: Ball State University Date: Fall 2015

Alley


Site Context

Pedestrian Lanes

14TH STREET

SPLASH

WOODWARD ROAD

Alley PLAYGROUND

Entrances

Topography

13TH STREET

BEFORE

ALLEY

BROADWAY STREET

POOL

SYCAMORE STREET

Green Areas

MAIN STREET

Vehicle Circulation


Master Plan Entrance

A

Mix-used

Mix-used

Apartment

Apartment

Entrance

Elevator Beer Park

Splash Fountain

Sitting Area

Mix-used

Swing

Apartment Wood Deck Walkway

This project is located at Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Since lots of people live here is Germany, the design will base on their culture to create a European style place for gathering and relaxing. Provide European style architectures for mixused apartment. The first floor is for retails like beer park and resturants. The second and third floors are for apartment. The beer park provide space for dining, gathering and recreation use. Create Splash fountain for kids play and offer better view for people dining here. Two siting lawn between the splash fountain create place for people relaxing and picnic. Wood deck beer garden is raised and has steps go to the park. Stairs seperate the space into linear shape park. Based on the constructure of underground parking lot and try to plant trees on the colum. Those wood deck walkway connect the Alley and park. Trees provide shade for people sit here. Swings located at each linear lawns offer entertainment and relaxing use. In front of the apartment, provide a European style pergola, people come out of the apartment have great view through pergola all the way to the splash fountain and the north side of entrance. At the west side is a balcony, provide sitting areas for people gathering and enjoy the overlook.

Sitting Area

Existing Trees

Pergola Elevator

B

Entrance

Alley

Plants

A1

Plants

Entrance

B1


Inventory and Analysis

Circulations

Perspective

Columns (underground parking) Elevators

Beer Park

View

Cold Wind

Water Feature

Green Area

Trees

Sun

Swing

B-B1: This section shows the west side entrance to the east side of entrance.


A-A1: This section shows the area between the existing apartment to mix-used apartment.


Isabel Roberts House Garden Design River Forest, IL Location: River Forest, IL Project Type: Planting Design Brief Introduction: This residential garden is a design for Frank Lloyd Wright's Isabel Roberts House. Now, this house belongs to a family that has two kids, one is 9 years old and another is 13 years old. This garden is designed based on the structure of the house and their family members' habits. Goals & Objective: Goal 1: Create various outdoor “rooms” to accommodate clients’ need. Objective 1.1 Provide outdoor sitting area. Objective1.2 Create outdoor dining area near kitchen room. Goal 2: Create comfortable microclimates to extend use. Objective 2.1 Plant shade trees around outdoor sitting area. Objective 2.2 Use fragrant plants attract birds and butterfly and offer people a nice place to relax. Goal 3: Screen and frame views as necessary. Objective 3.1 Use fences frame different functional spaces. Objective3.2 Use plants to block views. Goal 4: Create a warm and welcome entry walk. 4.1 Create minimum 6 feet wide. 4.2 Use Materials complement the house. Goal 5: Create outdoor entertainment for kids. Objective 5.1 Offer Swings for kids. Objective 5.2 Provide place for playing table tennis. Objective5.3 Provide outdoors sits for relaxing. Objective 5.4 Create swimming pool for entertainment. Goal 6: Provide outdoor seats for chatting in private shade area. Objective 6.1 Provide Deck and seats under shade tree. Objective 6.2 Private place offer quiet and clam environment for people. Objective6.3 Offer great view toward the garden.

Course: Planting Design Instructor: Susan Tomizawa Ann Hildner School: Ball State University Date: Spring 2015


Inventory and Analysis

Winter Cold Wind

picture: Isabel robert house Sunny Areas (Typ)

Potential outdoor dinning area-close to kitchen. livingroom kitchen bedroom

White(N) and Green (S) Flowering Shrub Shrub may block views of window Ash Shade Tree Emerald Ash Borer may pose threat, so decision should be made whether to keep tree or remove and replant.

dining room

and from window, however this may also provide winter interest and provide good views of window or from window.

bedroom

Sunny areas need big shade tree to block sun and offer good view from window.

Potential vegetable garden location-because no shade nearby.

porch

Edgewood PI

Potential outdoor sitting area for talking bedroom and social- connect to main bedroom.

Neighbors directly across street. Adjacent to the North, East and South edges of properties.

Shade Areas (Typ) Important Window View (Typ)

Enclosed Veranda

Master Bedroom Balcony

Has a tree growing from interior. This porch offers a good plance for winter entertaining in a semi-outdoor environment. This means plants around should provide winter interest and colour oak tree.

The bedroom balcony creates framwork for a view down backyard towards some kind of local point.

Inventory and Analysis


Master Plan

Master Plan Garage Outdoor Dining Lawn Entrance Isabel Roberts House Fence

Wood Deck

Vegetable Garden

Entrance Pool

Lawn

Lawn Outdoor Seat Table Tennis

Master Plan

Playground

Sit Area Fence


Planting Plan

Planting Plan


Planting Palette Tree, shrubs, penennials and groundcover seasonal interest

Smooth Witherod

Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass Ornamental Cabbage

Littleleaf Boxwood JAN.

JAN.

APR.

Japanese Maple

Carrot

White Oak

Blazing Star MAY.

Purple Coneflower

DEC.

JUN.

OCT.

JUL.

SEP.

AUG.

MAY.

Coral Bells

Honey Locust

NOV.

APR.

Black-eyed Susan

Japanese Zelkova

Maidenhair Tree

DEC.

MAR.

FEB.

MAR.

FEB.

JUN.

NOV.

OCT.

JUL.

SEP.

AUG.


Model


OTHER WORKS Model


Travel Sketches


Internship Works Project: Beijing Yuanyang-LAVIE villa community landscape design Location: Beijing Firm: Ager Group, Beijing Date: July, 2015 Description: This community landscape design is aim to the potential customers are high income. This design aimed to create a low-density community though it’s close to the downtown area. And this community will become a prototype for other villa projects. By landscape designing, to increase the practical use of the villa gardens, like outdoor living room. Customers could enjoy the recreations such as barbecue, swimming and sight-viewing. Architecture SketchUP Model:

CA

Paving Design:

AW

Planting Design:


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