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Cheeneng Yang Landscape Architecture Portfolio Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture The Ohio State University Graduate Student


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Table of Contents Academic Projects Adena Brook: Augmentation of Wildlife

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Hudson Yards: Off-Grid

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Thompson Community Center and Godman Guild Association: An Exploration of Social and Ecological Systems

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3D Sample Projects

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3D Modeling: AutoCAD 3D

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3D Modeling: Revit Architecture 2012

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Adena Brook: Augmentation of Wildlife The project lies within the Olentangy Watershed in Whetstone Park focusing on Adena Brook which runs through. Using the greenway plan as a guide to design my site implementing more areas for bird watching, wetlands, native vegetation, and education resulting in more biodiversity. I am proposing to install native plants, and not remove all the invasive species. Plants, such as Japanese Suckle, have beneficial medical properties; therefore, I suggest it gets harvest creating a source of income which controls the invasive population.

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Ecology of Today

Site Context Park of Roses

Humans

Open Field

Rain Dog & Dog Fecal

Sediments Groundwater

Adena Brook Recreation Fields

CSO

Food Waste Output to Olentangy River

Dead Organisms Fish Frogs? Raccoons Squirrels Sparrows

N Rich Soil

Homogeneous Plant Palette

Ecology of Tomorrow Evapotranspiration

Legend

Groundwater

Adena Brook Trail

Water

Polluted Inputs Organic Nutrients Energy/Water

Rain

Cultural Impact Salamander Aquatic-Terrestrial Life-Cycle Salamander Aquatic Life-Cycle Habitat

Economic

Cultural

Pollutants

Surface Sediments

Wildlife Observation

Wetland: Marsh Treehouse Trail

Nutrients Metamorphosis

Nesting Area

Water Quality

Wetland: Swamp

Open Field

Output to Olentangy River

Birds Trees

Invasive Garden

Invasive Species (i.e. Japanese Honeysuckle, Garlic Mustard etc.)

Dead Vegetation

Amphibians

Saplings

Ground Fauna

Sun

Herbaceous Vegetation Funding for Adena Brook

Funding Source

Process & Package

Vegetation Debris Soil

Decomposer

Harvest

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Site Plan

A

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C

B

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2

2

A

2 2

Park of Roses Access

B

Wet Meadow Emergent

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1) Swamp

Tower House Route

One-Story Tower House

2) Marsh

Access Route Access Point Invasive Garden

Multi-Story Tower House & Ground Access

3) SWM Basin

Ground Access

C

0’0”

200’0”

400’0”

Tower House Sky Bridge

Observation Deck Marsh

Adena Brook Marsh

Trail Trail

0’0”

3

20’0”

40’0”


Canopy

Wooden Bridge Trail

Tower House Model Trail

0’0”

20’0”

40’0”

Multi-Level Tower House Recreation Access Swamp

Floating/Submergent

Emergent Wet Meadow Trail

0’0”

20’0”

40’0”

Adena Brook

Topography Model

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Site Context

West Side Highway

Scale 1:4mi Credits to Maddie Davis

Central Park Hudson River enw ay

Hudson Yards

My contributions involves the designing of the waterfront programs and attraction as well as the urban plaza.

Group Members: John Hemmerle Maddie Davis 5

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Chelsea Park 9th Ave

Farmers Market

30t hA ve

Chelsea Waterside Park

Hig hlin e

Hud son

New Jersey

Brooklyn

8th

Hudson Yards’s location is in New York City. It is the site where the trains are stationed with the high lines encircling the site from above. Using the NYC 2030 plan, our group focuses on transforming the site into an attractive and sustainable urban area. Also a connection to the waterfront was required. Fabricating this large site requires special attention to the NYC 2030 plan and its plan for the growth of the city.

Hudson Yards

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New York

Rive

Hudson Yards: Off-Grid

Manhattan

0mi

2mi

4mi


9th St

Site Plan Scale 1:150 Group Contribution A

Stormwater Management

A

Alternate Energy

Mixed Use Residential

Mixed Use Residential

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B C

C

Highline

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Bi

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Ar ea

W 34th St D

D

W 30th St

Farmers Market

E

E

F

F Waterfront Plaza Renewable Energy Stations 0’0”

75’0”

150’0”

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Urban Plaza Axonometric

Mixed Use Building Multi-Program Space

Section B: Main Promenade & Urban Plaza Scale 1:75 Wooden Bench

Outdoor Restaurant

Water Fountain Playground Multi-Program Space Mixed Use Building

Mixed Use Building

W 34th St Outdoor Cafe

Outdoor Platform

Section F: Waterfront Attraction Scale 1:50

Water Fountain Playground

Undulating Buildings

Locker Room Commercial

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Promenade


Promenade

Urban Plaza

Mixed Use Building

Mixed Use Building

W 30th St

Waterway

0’0”

37’6”

75’0”

Rock Climbing/Bouldering

Cap

Commercial

Commercial Commercial

8 0’0”

25’0”

50’0”


Thompson Community Center and Godman Guild Association: An Exploration of Social and Ecological Systems

Godman Guild Association

High St

The goal is to compare the similarities at two different sites, Thompson Park and Godman Guild, with each member focusing on a variety of physical and social relationship. My concentration is the social relationship between bees, the environment, and humans. The importance of their involvement in the pollination cycle is addressed.

5th Ave Thompson Community Center

Group Members: Clinton Kuenzli Maddie Davis 9

0’0”

1000’0”

2000’0”


Challenges of the Bee Pollination Cycle Abstract Diagram Bees have many predators ranging from birds to large insects and spiders. Bee #1

Bee #1 did not escape the predator resulting in death. Pollination cycle ends.

Predator in sight; swats back and forth.

Predator

Bee Vision

Human Vision

Success in pollinating flower; pollination cycle continues.

Bee #2

Zig-zag flight when no predator(s) is present.

(Magnified)

Weather also effects the pollination process.

Greenhouse

Bee #3

Flower blocked by greenhouse, end of pollination cycle.

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Section: Godman Guild Association Scale 1:100 Bee Vision

Human Vision

0’0”

Transect Section Scale 1:200

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50’0”

100’0”


Bees fly in a zig-zag movement to confuse its predators.

Section: Thompson Community Center

0’0”

Scale 1:100

50’0”

100’0”

Flower Anatomy Perspective

Human Color Vision (400nm-800nm)

Bee Color Vision (300nm-700nm)

Corolla (Petals)

0’0”

100’0”

200’0”

Anther Stigma Microsporangium (Spores/Pollen) Carpel Stamen

Style Filament Ovary

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3D Modeling: AutoCAD 3D These renderings are from AutoCAD Using the 3D function. The goal of the project is to present the materials on the object, in this case the bench, within a space. Adding and using different lighting techniques to illustrate the light and shadow effect. Capturing the essence of the dogfriendly park and their interaction with the environment is the secondary task.

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3D Modeling: Revit Architecture 2012 Revit Architecture 2012 generated these renderings of a apartment. The objective of the project is to learn and understand the interface of the software. Starting with generic materials and advancing to adding materials as well as modifying. Also learning how to create schedules, furniture, and outdoor objects.

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