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MARKET DESIGN

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Product Distribution

Varies kinds of veggie and fruit are distributed in different levels of the market according to their sunlight and soil need. The red ribbons indicated the entrance on diverse levels, making this market have different access to dissimilar city levels. MARKET DESIGN

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VERDANT


MARKET DESIGN

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Producing & Purchasing Verdant Market will produce fruit and vegetable by hydroponic system and natural sunlight. In this whole system, there will be three producing areas to make sure this neighborhood could be self-sufficient. People will come in to purchase what they need. The form of market is quite flexible and cater for different seasons and different products.

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VERDANT


Fish Pond & Fruit Picking There is a fish market that connect to housing. Verdant Market will use the waste of dead fish to become fertilizer. Residents can also participate in the market fruit picking zone by picking fruit themselves at some certain time of the year.

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Vertical City

In this project, the whole group was working on future vertical city. Each of us chose a typology and place them together to make this city function well. The position and city structure is the negotiation result of the whole group.

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VERDANT


City Model

Anticipants: DAVID YUKIO KAGAWA FENGYI ZHOU HARRISON COLE KAROLINA BOUROU JONATHAN IZEN

Office Housing Prison Deli Street

ILLIJANA SOLDAN JENNIFER FANG MELODY SIU WENZHAO ZHANG YANA ZHOU ZHAN XU

Factory Police Office Park Theater Market Train Station

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Green Facade & Street Fair

The relationship between street fair and main market is like what blood vessels to artery. In human body, artery couldn’t reach the whole body, thus blood vessels could transport the nutrient to all parts. Street fair could transport vegetables and fruit to the whole city, especially those part don’t have easy access. And green façade could also make use of those leftover space to grow.

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Group Model

Theater

Market

Streets Market is an important place that linked with the whole city’s currency cycle. It is the exact place where people spend their money and get their everyday necessities. Citizens get paid from the office and then go to the market to obtain materials for dinner. The profit will go the factories to fabricate more hydroponic system, lighting operation and maintenance. Some of the raw materials will go direct to the deli to produce prepared food. Streets and parks will provide the place for weekly fair. The whole currency cycle could happen within this city, making it always a nearly static place. Money spend on market will return to citizens in the form of convenience and healthy life.

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VERDANT


MARKET DESIGN

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ADHESIVE


PEDESTRAIN SYSTEM DESIGN

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Map of Old Wuhan

Japanese Concession German Concession

French Concession Russian Concession British Concession

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ADHESIVE


Concession Timeline

PEDESTRAIN SYSTEM DESIGN

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Current British Concession

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ADHESIVE


Jianghan Pedestrain

PEDESTRAIN SYSTEM DESIGN

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ADHESIVE


PEDESTRAIN SYSTEM DESIGN

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ADHESIVE


PEDESTRAIN SYSTEM DESIGN

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ADHESIVE


PEDESTRAIN SYSTEM DESIGN

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ADHESIVE


PEDESTRAIN SYSTEM DESIGN

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NODE 2

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ADHESIVE


NODE 3

PEDESTRAIN SYSTEM DESIGN

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ZIG-ZAG


OLD TOWN RENOVATION DESIGN

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The activities of residents in this old town area are quite diverse and interesting. The study of daily activity in this area could help the design of this community center by applying those basic elements in the design.

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ZIG-ZAG


OLD TOWN RENOVATION DESIGN

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OLD TOWN RENOVATION DESIGN

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Reception & Library

The reception and library are two main parts in this community center. They are on different levels of the floor. Making use of the slope altitude, different entrance could perform different functions.

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ZIG-ZAG


OLD TOWN RENOVATION DESIGN

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Perspective Analysis

Observing from the outside, the zig-zag shaped slope could function both the roof for the interior and walk path for exterior. Make connection to different people that live under the slope and up the slope. The community center could also become a tourist destination for its unique appearance.

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OLD TOWN RENOVATION DESIGN

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ZIG-ZAG


OLD TOWN RENOVATION DESIGN

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General Birdview

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ZIG-ZAG


OLD TOWN RENOVATION DESIGN

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INFLUENCE&INTERFERENCE


MUSEUM DESIGN

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Curatorial Plan

The logic of curatorial is to add culture influence and interference in the design. The whole museum is about European Decorative of Art and how it got influenced by other kinds of art in different time periods. The plan indicates that different layers of art exert their culture influence on the inner layer of European Decorative of Art. 47 I

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MUSEUM DESIGN

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Exhibitions in Section In the section, the relationship between exhibition and space could clearly be illustrated. The centered elevator not only could be performed as linkage through different levels but could also function as a quick guide to varies zone in the museum.

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MUSEUM DESIGN

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Historical Node 1 —— Chinese porcelain influence on Medici

Historical Node 2W Egyptian Revivial Style in France

Historical Node 3 —— Japonisme on Art & Craft Movement 51 I

INFLUENCE&INTERFERENCE


European Timeline in Wrap

The timeline is wrapped into a circle and has marked different culture influence. It origins from the ancient Greek and Roman influence on Italy and to the nineteenth century Arts and Crafts Movement, then to the latest exhibition in twenty-first century. The shape of circle indicate that history timeline is an infinite object, it doesn’t have an end.

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Section Perspective

The use of concentric circles could indicate the culture influence and interference. Those different layers of wall can display how European decorative of art absorb and take in other cultures themes. The play of wall represent how history could show in the form of architecture and how they influence each other. It emphasis that history is not separate or defined by regions, actually they have relationships. In the center, there are ramps and transparent elevator that can form some vertical connections and lead the visitors to glance over the whole exhibition.

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MUSEUM DESIGN

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AMBILIGHT


CONTAINER STUDIO DESIGN

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AMBILIGHT


CONTAINER STUDIO DESIGN

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AMBILIGHT


CONTAINER STUDIO DESIGN

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AMBILIGHT


CONTAINER STUDIO DESIGN

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BREAK AND REORGANIZE


ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT DESIGN

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BREAK AND REORGANIZE


ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT DESIGN

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ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT DESIGN

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BREAK AND REORGANIZE


ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT DESIGN

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FROM LIVING TO COMMERCIAL


HIGH RISE BUILDINGING DESIGN

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FROM LIVING TO COMMERCIAL


HIGH RISE BUILDINGING DESIGN

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FROM LIVING TO COMMERCIAL


HIGH RISE BUILDINGING DESIGN

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KROON HALL ANALYSIS

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ANATOMY OF ARCHITECTURE


ANATOMY OF ARCHITECTURE Tech Course at GSAPP Instructor: Jay Hibbs

STRUCTURE SYSTEM HVAC SYSTEM ENVELOPE

Site & Location Kroon Hall is located in New Haven, Connecticut at Yale University and it covers a site area of approximately 130,433 square feet. A 1913 brownstone building was located on site,it was the long-defunct gas-fired PiersonSage Power Plant. The School of Forestry and Environmental Studies (FES) goals not only wanted to transform the site into their new low-carbon home, to create a model to inspire sustainability practices, all the while fitting in with its NeoGothic neighbors. And not only be sustainable, but to demonstrate through its design how a building design of a 100-year lifespan can operate on nearly 60% fewer resources than other buildings around campus. Building connectivity and integration with existing facilities was an important consideration. Its siting not only provides a thoughtful orientation that helped to optimize the passive sustainable measures part of the project but also provide the opportunity to create courtyards in between the new buildings and the existing ones. Kroon Hall includes offices for faculty, classrooms, a library and study center, an auditorium and a student lounge; it occupays a building area of approximately 68,800 square feet in a 4-level structure.The architectural team arranged the structure’s 218-foot length to harvest winter sun and daylight, while the wood louvers and the narrow 57-foot width cut summer heat again.

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KROON HALL ANALYSIS

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ANATOMY OF ARCHITECTURE


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ANATOMY OF ARCHITECTURE


KROON HALL ANALYSIS

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OTHER WORKS


OTHER WORKS

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YANA ZHOU

EDUCATION Columbia University in the City of New York

2016-2017

New York

M.S.AAD, Graduate School of Archietecutre, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP), Expected graduation: May 1st, 2017

CONTACT

Huazhong University of Science & Technology

Tel: 917-655-5150

Wuhan, China B.Arch, School of Architecture and Urban Planning

Email: yana_zhou@outlook.com

Awards:

Linkedin:https://www.linkedin.com/in/ yana-zhou Address: 539 West 112th Street Apt: 3D 10025 NY

Issuu:http://issuu.com/yana1108/docs/columbia_portfolio

2011-2016

2015

National College Architecture Major Excellent Work PROJECT: Zig-Zag Old Town Renovation Design

2013,2014

Excellent Study Scholarship

2012

Top 100 Merit Student Award

WORK EXPERIENCE ABSOLUTE ARCHITECTURE PC, Chicago

7/2014—9/2014

Intern Designer(Supervisor: James Kapche)

SKILLS

Project: Eden (Public Building for disabled people), Chicago Made a 1"=8' studying model of sanctuary Eden Drew construction drawings with AutoCAD of details for stairs and windowsills Built and rendered the precise digital Rhino model (including interior) of Eden Investigated and lived in a former finished sanctuary to learned about its operational mode

Photoshop

Hubei Forestry Exploration and Design Institute, Wuhan

Autocad

Asistant Designer Project 1: Gate of Three Gorges Dam Theme Park, Yichang

Illustrator

6/2013—9/2013

Built two conceptual models of the gate of Three Gorges Dam Public Park in Rhino and present them to the local government Investigated the local geology and hydrology surroudings and took records

Indesign

Project 2: Dormitory of Wuhan Landscape Architecture School, Wuhan

Rhinoceros

Drew and collaborated construction drawings with AutoCAD of details of doors and windowsills Arranged all the drafts and construction drawings in Microsoft Powerpoint and presented

QGIS

Designed the surrounding landscape of dormitory

Central Southern Architectural Design Institute, Wuhan

Sketchup

Intern Designer Project: Office Building of Huangshi Oil Field, Huangshi

Grasshopper

7/2012—9/2012

Designed three concept drafts for the Office of Huangshi Oil Field within a three people group Built and rendered the digital model in Rhino of Office building

V-Ray for Rhino V-Ray for Sketchup

WORKSHOPS

Model Making Microsoft Office Suite

LANGUAGES English

Fluent

Mandarin 87 I

Native

RESUME

Investigation and Presevation of St. Joseph Church

2015

2014 AA School Workshop in Chengdu

2014

CN-UK Design& Planning workshop

2013

Organized by Huazhong University of Science and Technology Participant, measuring and draw AutoCAD of ancient church and surroundings.

Organized by Southwest University and AA School Participant, Hotwire foam cutting

Organized by Huazhong University of Science and Technology and Oxford Brookes University


March 7, 2017 in Bilbao, Spain


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