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PORTFOLIO Xingye Pan Master of Landscape Architecture Auburn University pan_xy88@hotmail.com xzp0003@tigermail.auburn.edu 334.728.4237


landscape as systems water resilient landscape

brown-field redevelopment

history system soil hydrology system system human system vegetation system haptic realm

industry system culture system

animal system circulation system

social system

public space system interactions

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TABLE OF CONTENT DESIGN AND RESEARCH PROJECTS DIGGING INTO THE SURFACE WATER RESILIENT SYSTEM BACK TO LIFE NOT JUST A PIAZZA

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PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS COMMUNITY LANDSCAPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUSINESS SPACE

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ENJOYING THE PROCESS SURVEY DRAWING SKETCHING MODELING PHOTOGRAGHY

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DIGGING INTO THE SURFACE INVESTIGATION WITH HAPTIC, MATERIALS AND LIGHT THE THRESHOLD OF THE BELLWOOD QUARRY __ ATLANTA, GA

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DIGGING INTO THE SURFACE

INVESTIGATION WITH HAPTIC, MATERIALS AND LIGHT THE THRESHOLD OF THE BELLWOOD QUARRY __ ATLANTA, GA

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he design investigations are exploration with landscape systems being resilient. Apart from the hydrological system and the circulation system, there are still many other systems that are significant to the design exploration. People as the running initial of the social system, can affect lots of changes in both positive and negative ways. Landscape used to be interested in the special, human body experience the world. Even nowadays’ focus have been changing into the more ecological aspect, physical experience is still

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a significant part of the landscape performance. By putting human body experience into the site helps a more physical scale understanding of the human perception. We can’t perceive the world without the sense of a place. It is our sensorial realm that makes us resilient. Without the haptic senses, human beings won’t be able to make responses and react to the outer stimulations. Physical model making is not only an extension of the classic field of landscape, but also an investigation with scale, texture, size as the measure.


Multiple system interactions high way

Site material exploration urban

city __ urban fabric social restaurant noise

trees

habitat

concrete

grass

ecology

materials

industry

threshold human

abandoned building

rail road

history

impervious

geology terrain

water circulation

truck

animals

quarry

concept urban fabric

ecotone

hybridation

expansion

the quarry

site diversity and surface type

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DIGGING INTO THE SURFACE concrete striping

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peeling

curving


rolling

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DIGGING INTO THE SURFACE the green concrete tube __ variety scales __ variety surface types __ variety functions

green tube analysis grey __ hard outside, soft inside

dark and moisture micro climate

sunshine hole

green __ soft outside, hard inside

vegetation & light changing

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sunshine hole


water movement and circulation system water movement and circulation rain water

collected from the roof water collection paving to the water channel

wet land __ water cleaning

vegetation filtration

water pond

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DIGGING INTO THE SURFACE Mining history Museum & sevice center bike renting station vehicle road green parking bike lane limestone steps grass water pond artificial wetland green concrete tube trees

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WATER RESILIENT SYSTEM A CAPILLARITY NETWORK TO DEAL WITH THE WATER ISSUE A CONCEPT OF THE BELLWOOD QUARRY __ ATLANTA, GA

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Project type Duration Location Media

: Graduate Thesis Project : Aug. 2012-Apr. 2013 : Atlanta, GA : Hand Sketch, GIS, AutoCAD, SketchUp, Podium, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign

WATER RESILIENT SYSTEM

A CAPILLARITY NETWORK TO DEAL WITH THE WATER ISSUE A CONCEPT OF THE BELLWOOD QUARRY __ ATLANTA, GA

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he concept of the idea comes from the capillarity system in a huma body which is a perfect organic sample of resilience. The capillarity system makes it possible for the liquid to move against the gravity without out power injection. A general model of the phenomenon is water can move from a relatively low level to a relatively high level through a narrow tube. Although being influenced by many factors, such as the temperature of the water and the material of the tube, it follows the general instruction of the narrower the tube is, the higher the water can go. Based on the theory of capillarity, a investigation to explore a building of a structure could acheive the goal of using the already cleaned water in the

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quarry as the filtration resource to the surrounding landscape without manural management. It is a self-organizing system to absorb water from the quarry in a low level to the landscape and vegetation on a high level. The building of the structure could be also engaged with people’s activity and for educational response. Once the primary process systems that are operating on site have been identified, there is a way to re-arrange and re-organize the systems. That is the beginning test to see how the system will reflect to the different kinds of disturbance. Since water is the primary element, the disturbances start from the general changing conditions – flooding and drought.


Model of current site condition: Bellwood Quarry has a great elevation change and has the water inside.

The diagram of human capillarity system and proposed conceptual resilient capillarity system on the site.

Concept of the quarry edge condition and people's engagement.

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WATER RESILIENT SYSTEM

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620 feet 540 feet well grown vegetation

site current condition section analysis

ramp section__ water cleaning process 18

original crush stone area

ecological buffer area

current water


storage area

existing truck transporting pass

power line corridor

well grown vegetation

site condition section analysis

1’=1000’ water cleaning vegetation water cleaning soil layers pipe

limestone base

construction detail of the water cleaning stage 19


WATER RESILIENT SYSTEM

disturbance & resilient capillarity system flood disturbance

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capillarity system

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[The capillarity structure will founction when the heavy rain and flood disturbance is coming. Without the structure, the over flood will swallow the buffer area of the creek; with the build of the capillarity structure, the over flood can be absorbed into the system and release when the decrease of the water level. ] [The capillarity structure will founction when the drought disturbance is coming. Without the structure, the drought will make the landscape and vegetation of the surrounding environment suffer even die; with the build of the capillarity structure, the landscape and vegetation can be filtrated by the cleaned quarry water through the capillarity structure. ]

flood disturbance

drought disturbance

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BACK TO LIFE BROWN FIELD REDEVELOPMENT THE U.S. PIPE INDUSTRIAL SITE DESIGN __ CHATTANOOGA, TN

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BACK TO LIFE

BROWN FIELD REDEVELOPMENT THE U.S. PIPE INDUSTRIAL SITE DESIGN __ CHATTANOOGA, TN

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he intension of this design is to support the habitat of the North Mocking Bird while also creating a social corridor for riverwalk users. Bird flying patterns and wing movements are uesd to inform the underlying structure and placement of the elements that support the mockingbird’s physical requirements ( nesting, feeding, and perching) as well as those that reinforce human social interaction ( searing, pathways, shade). The over all site is informed by an understanding of the landscape infrastructure requirements

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of water run-off and filtration. This infrastructure provides for both develoment and nondevelopment scenarios. The reuse of telephone poles and their rearrangement from a linear formation provides perfect perching points for birds and creates spaces where people can actively engage with the birds and each other.


site condition analysis river side elements layers

existing characteristics

glance as the entrance of the city from the highway

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BACK TO LIFE

meta map __ site condition collection

river walk and highway system interaction section 26


plants succession phases and wildlife habitaion

landscape infrastructure __ storm water management system

current storm water issue

proposed storm water management system

bio-swales and rain gardens associate with infrastructure

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BACK TO LIFE landscape infrastructure development scenarios

phase 1

developed plan

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phase 2

phase 3


material reuse __ the power poles rearrange and repaint

section perspective of the riverwalk and bioswale

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BACK TO LIFE Landscape as infrastructure to generate the development of the post-industrial site __ bring it back to life.

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before

after

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NOT JUST A PIAZZA SPACE REDEFINATION THE TIBER RIVER MUSEUM OUTDOOR LANDSCAPE_ ROME, ITALY

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NOT JUST A PIAZZA

SPACE REDEFINATION THE TIBER RIVER MUSEUM OUTDOOR LANDSCAPE_ ROME, ITALY

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ince Rome has a great history, the chanllenge of the design is how to showing respect to the history but not a repeat the existing piazzas as well as making the space have the modern necessity functions. The design idea comes from the urban texture of the typical Rome pavement and the urban fabric. By using the form of the fabric and making the museum exterior environment as an extension of the existing building, the entire space is smooth and following like the river itself.

The defination of the space is reconsidered as a public gethering and reunion space instead of just a piazza__ which has beed repeated for centeries in Rome. Modern life style is part of the design as well as the traditional plaza functions.


Rome city culture and fabric study the Tiber River and Vantican

urban texture and history analysis

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urban texture and history analysis

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PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS PROJECTS AND WORKS AS AN INTERN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

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HIGH END RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY

PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS COMMUNITY LANDSCAPE_ TAIZHOU, CHINA

Being responsible for: master plan rending water feature grading design road section design & rending

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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DESIGN

PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS SCHOOL LANDSCAPE_ LINHE, CHINA

Being responsible for: master plan rending sketchup model making perspective rending ariel view rending

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OTHER WORKS SKILLS INCLUDING AUTO CAD, MODEL MAKING, HAND SKETCH, FINE ARTS, AND

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ACIENT CHINESE ARCHITECTURE

SURVEY AND DRAW

ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH PROJECTS SUMMER PALACE_ BEIJING, CHINA

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I CANNOT STOP DRAWING AND ENJOYING PERSONAL FINE ARTS EXPLORATION

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entrance plan 1’= 20’’ N

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RESUME Xingye Pan EDUCATION

Xingye Pan 149 Cox St. APT 111 Auburn, AL, 36830 pan_xy88@hotmail.com xzp0003@tigermail.auburn.edu 334.728.4237

Auburn University -- Auburn, AL Master of Landscape Architecture College of Architecture, Design and Construction University of Arkansas Rome Center, Rome, Italy: study abroad summer program Beijing Forestry University -- Beijing, China Bachelor of Urban Planning College of Landscape Architecture

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Farmer Morgan LLC. -- City of Saltillo, TN Intern Landscape Architect: As a full time intern for a community design charette, being responsible for ecological and green infrastructure analysis to investigate opportunities within the Saltillo Business District, Brownfield Sites along the Tennessee River. Also participated in graphic question survey for citizens to participate in the redevelopment effort. Brownfields Program and Redevelopment Plan -- City of Saltillo, TN

01. 2012 - 05.2013 07. 2012 09.2006 - 06.2010

10.2012

06.2011 - 12.2011 Ager Group -- Shanghai, China Intern Landscape Architect: As a full time intern being responsible for general project support, such as physical and digital model building and coordination, as well as site plan development and coordination for several projects including community design, urban plaza and city park. Also participate in design concept meeting with client and principals. Inzone Plaze Landscape Design, Dongying, Shandong, China Wanke Chizhushan Residential Community Design, Wuhu, Anhui, China Taizhou Business District landscape design, Zhejiang, China Lvcheng Garden Community Planning and landscape design, Ningbo, China Tsinghua Urban Planning & Design Institute -- Beijing, China Intern Urban Planner: As a full time intern being responsible for city and regional green space and park system analysis; site investigation, photography, data collection, analysis, and representation to graphic maps; being a member of the communication team with the city. Zhangjiagang City public space planning, Hebei, China

07.2010 - 08.2010

HOK Asia Pacific -- Beijing, China Intern Landscape Architect: As a full time intern responsible for supporting projects in hand drawing plan, section and perspectives. Also attend discussions and conduct on site investigation with senior planners, architects, and landscape designers. Zhuzhou community architecture and landscape design, Hunan, China

04.2010 - 05.2010

SKILLS

Proficient in AutoCAD, SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator, Microsoft Office Suite. Superior hand drawing sketches and graphics. Exemplary verbal and graphic communication skills, including hand drawing and computer assisted presentations. Fluent in English and Chinese. Ability to meet aggressive project deadlines, manage diverse projects and work well within a team.

REFERENCES

Rod Barnett, PhD, Professor / Chair of Graduate Program in Landscape Architecture / 430 Dudley Hall, Auburn, AL 36849 rjb0012@auburn.edu, 334.332.8183 Randall Morgan, RLA, CNU, Principal / Director of Design / Farmer Morgan LLC. 1203 Kirkwood Avenue, Nashville, TN 37212 randy@farmermorgan.com, 615.424.1280 Yinyuan Ching, ASLA, AIA, Principal of Ager Group/ 228 South Xiangyang Rd, Xuhui District, Shanghai, China 200031 yinyuanc@hotmail.com, (086)021-64721072 51


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Xingye Pan_landscape architecture portfolio