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Yanlin Wu Portfolio

selected design and planning works from 2009 to 2017

MCRP Candidate, Georgia Institute of Technology


Content Chicago FIT ······························································································1 ULI Urban Design Competition Honorable Mention Project , 2017.1 Sites Location: Chicago, IL Supervisor: Richard Dagenhart Team members: Alice Minye Wang, Jian Pang, Juntao Guan, Jonatthan Franklin

Street Potential Walkability Study in the City of Atlanta ········································4 Academic work, 2016.12 Sites Location: Atlanta, Ga Supervisor: Wenwen Zhang

Urban Design Approaches for Retrofitting Guangzhou's Urban Villages ·················5 Master thesis in HKU , 2015.5-2015.7 Sites Location: Guangzhou, China Supervisor: Sylvie Nguyen

Infinite Inclusive India ·················································································12 urban design studio work; 2015.1-2015.5 Instructors: Sylvie Nguyen, Jianxiang Huang, Guy Perry Site Location: Navi Mumbai, India Team members: Hank Ren, Ru Wang, Yiyang Yang

Nature's Flow ···························································································16 Urban design studio work, 2014.10-2014.12 Instructors: Sylvie Nguyen, Laurence Liauw Site Location: Shenzhen, China Team members: Yang Cheng, Chao Lan, Hong Kang, Quanfeng Li

Symbiosis································································································18 2012.5-2012.7, Academic work, community design Site Location: Guangzhou, China Instructor: Yan Sun Team member: Xinyao Peng

Urban-Rural Symphony··············································································21 2013.5-2013.7, Academic work, factory reformation design Site Location: Huadu, China Advisor: Jing Wang Team member: Anqi Xie

Planning works & other works·······································································24


chicagoFIT

Overview ChicagoFIT is a development that draws upon Chicago’s rich history and culture of compe��ve athle�cs to spur economic development. The plan creates live-work-compete commnity with all-season sports facili�es, co-working space, and mul�ple housing. Re-ac�va�ng the riverfront of North Branch, ChicagoFIT provides the opportunity to bridge the gap between to affluent neighborhoods, Wicker and Lincoln Park.

All-Season Programming

12.8%

20.7%

9.4%

2.6% 29.6%

Infrastrucutre 391,574,110 USD

Source 734,352,489 USD

Total Program 2,040,454 sf 15.8% 9.1%

LIVE . WORK . COMPETE

Sports facili�es Commercial Condos Aparments Affordable Hou Office Parking

5.8% 33.5%

26.2%

34.5%

Loan Phase I 234,849,731 Loan Phase II 253,524,449 Loan Phase III 192,282,792 Equity Sources 42,695,517

Program Types swimming & diving

16.4% 14.3% 42.3% 25.9% 11%

Road 101M Streetscaping 56M Maintenance 25M Pipelines 166M Others 43M

Program Loca�ons

underwater hockey

mountain bike

running tracks

river rowing

cycling & jogging

skiing

football

broomball

tennis, volleyball basketball...

jogging

volleyball basketball...

tennis, so�ball beach volleyball...

ska�ng

beer & enjoyment

Sports facili�es are located thoroughly in the site: the retrofi�ed big-box, the riverfront,the mul�ple stadium, streets and and roofs. Sports programs can serve the community all over the year. Indoor programs in the big-box are held all over the year, and specific outdoor winter programs are provided in the cold days.

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sportsFIT

1. athle�c club 2. football & soccerfield 3. tennis courts 4. basketball courts 5. ski slope

Diversify Sports Space

Athle�c Complex Roof-top sports facili�es Sports fields Athle�c streets Riverfront cycling and jogging trails Pocket open spaces

green roofsgreen roofs reduce rainsreduce rains runing off runing off

Add Access to the River

Main connec�on to river Connec�ons to river Waterfront open space Waterfront sports fields Riverfront paths Connec�ons to 606 Extension

storm waterstorm water collec�on tank collec�on tank underneathunderneath

RIVERFIT

6. pedestrian path 7. pedestrian bridge 8. boardwalk 9. na�ve vegeta�on & bioswales

Ac�vate Communi�es

Co-working Spaces Living spaces Inter-community open space

200’

400’

COMMUNITYFIT

10. commercial & retail 11. central plaza 12. co-working spaces 13. affordable housing 14. hotel 15. office space

Arrange Mixed-use

Sports complex

Co-working spaces

Retails

Condominuims

Office

Hotel

Rental Housing

Parking grage

roots hold porous roots hold porous paving to collect paving to collect storm waterstorm water

green roof green roof football field football field

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Eric and Alice purchased a condo on the riverfront. They love the dynamic community and the amount of ac�vi�es. Their kids especially love the pedestrian bridge.

Jared is a 32-year old programmer. He rents an apartment and co-working space in ChicagoFIT. He enjoys mee�ng other people in the tech industry.

Phase I

Bri�any lives downtown. She comes to ChicagoFIT to play winter sports every year. She really likes roof-top skiing on the riverfront.

Steph is a designer living in Wicker Park. She comes to ChicagoFIT every weekend to play tennis. She especially enjoys the Athle�c Club in the winter.

Phase II

Phase III

Sports complex 106,666sf Retail 241,502sf

Sports Facility 80,000 sf

Market rental housing 345,855sf

Retail 180,269 sf

Affordable rental housing 47,162sf

Market rental housing 169,504sf

Market rental housing 84,208 sf

Office & co-working space 121,166sf

Market for sale housing 55,420sf

Affordable rental housing 144,040 sf

Parking 70,172sf

Office & co-working space 70,172sf

Office & co-working space 72,864 sf

Hotel 121,166sf

Parking 314,606 sf

paving permeable permeable paving athle�ce street on athle�ceon street to slow donw to slow donw storm waterstorm water

greenway asgreenway as natural water natural water collec�on tank collec�on tank green roof green roof

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Mick is a college football fan. He o�en comes to ChicagoFIT to watch Cubs games and to enjos a beer by the river.


Street Poten�al Walkability Study in the City of Atlanta Walking is important to a healthy lifestyle. Pedestrian pavement is only one factor influencing walkability of a city. There are more other environment and social factors determining the premise of walkability. This project focuses on factors from three perspec�ves: environment, transit, and social circumstances, and proposes area with high walkability condi�on from these three perspec�ves in the city of Atlanta based on a complex index. If Atlanta city plans to improve the pedestrian pavement in the future, it can invest in the proposal areas because these areas have a solid founda�on of walking.

Green Space

Streams

Slope

Environment-oriented

MARTA

Bus Stop

Cycling Trails

Transit-oriented

Street Density

Land Use Diversity

Popula�on Density

Social-oriented

Crimes

Speed Limit

Conclusion Combine the three factors in the environment index to generate the environment- oriented walkable streets. The area of walkable streets are dispersive in an average pa�ern in the city. The transit-oriented walkable streets are mainly located in downtown, midtown, Buckhead, and the east area of the city. The social-oriented streets are dispersive over the city except for the downtown and mid-south area. The pa�erns among different perspec�ves are dis�nc�vely various. Therefore, if the government needs to improve pavement, it should comprehensively consider and make a tradeoff between each perspec�ve. 4


Urban Design Approaches for Retrofitting Guangzhou's Urban Villages

thesis in MUD, HKU, 2015

Formation and characeristics of urban villages city expansion

rural migrant population

contributions

serve

features

affordable housing

high density

basic employment

mixed-use community

urban village

dual landownership

self-organized community

developer

housing estate

FAR: 3-4.5

FAR: 5-6

affordable housing 70%

high class housing 85%

daily service 15%

daily service 5%

industry/commercial 12%

public service 10%

public service 3%

low economic output

traditional culture

government

current reformation

lower-income migrants: local 3:1

thesis question

Guangzhou and five selected villages

middle/high class : locals 1:1

How to retrofit urban villages to reinstate them to the surrounding urban area, and to enhance the internal environment.

Five urban villages in different locations to study. Village A-Shipai Village: closed to the CBD; links the city with metro and BRT; high building density with large population. Village B-Chengjie Village: in the peri-urban area, involved in Guangzhou International Financial City project Village C- Shangjiao Village: on the boundary between the residential zone and the rural area Village D-Dengfeng Village: On the fringe of the inner-city area, in between the railway station and the business district. Village E-Chentian Village: In the peri-urban area, beside the main road to the north of the city, closed to the north center of the city. highway

old city

CBD

mega projects

inner city

Villages in the City Village A- Shipai Village

Village B- Chengjie Village

Village C- Shangjiao Village

business area

100m 100m

business area

100m

100m

Shipai is beside the electronic shopping area, serving as the backstage. 100m

Village D- Dengfeng Village

Chengjie is in the Desakota area with fragmentized fabrics.

Shangjiao is on the urban-rural boundary . 100m The village mainly depends on agriculture.

Village E- Chentian Village business amenity target village industry residential other villages train station

100m 100m

100m 100m

Main industry is clothes, trading. The village is surrounded by high density community.

Chengjie is in the Desakota area. Main industry is car selling and repairing.

Intermediate space between villages and surroundings urban area

village

5

Entrance Space: Connects villages with urban area

urban area

village

Space of interaction: inter-mediate space between fabrics with synergy

road

village

Direct interface: The village’s buildings facade to the road

metro station

urban area

Village A ,D are in the inner city area, while other villages are in the peri-urban area. Except C, other villages share an industrial chain with the surroundings and accommodate a large number of migrants.

Amorphous space: The seam of different unrelated fabrics

village


Interaction between villages and surroundings A

B

C

D

E

Village B: Chengjie

Village A: Shipai

The scale of the space is larger, but the interaction of activity is weaker than A. There is large scale of amorphous space. The interaction activity is intensive. The entrance and the interface serve the village and the city. The comercial activity triggers traffic congestion.

Village C: Shangjiao

Village D: Dengfeng

The general condition is similar to Village A. Despite low accessibility, the interaction between village and residential is intensive.

Village E: Chentian

Except the entrance, there is lack of apparent interaction.

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gated retail facade speical commercial facade farmalnd interface entrance space

space of interaction amorphous space traffic congestion space without interaction

Because of the lack of residential, amorphous space and interaction space emerges between the village and the car repairing workshop.

office tower special commercial retail public amenity primary school residential tower

100

200

400m

residential factory or car repairing college campus interface village building internal village builidng water area

The everyday-life commercial activities on the entrance and the interface serve both the villages and the surroundings, while business activities trigger impact on traffic. The spatial and functional disconnections cause amorphous space where negative activities (illegal parking, littering, and vandalism) take place. Between residential fabrics, there is semi-public space of interaction. 6


Internal Environment Main street

main street frontage

Main streets are a significant element for the self-organized community. They provide everyday services for the residents.

0 20 50 100

200m

With heavy pedestrian, social communication takes place here. Main streets also connect important nodes in the village.

Public open space

public open space

water

monumental building

Urban villages originate from the rural lineage villages, so the monumental buildings are remained and the front open space becomes the main type of public open space.

0 20 50 100

200m

This waterfront public open space is the place where village's traditional daily life and ceremonies take place. Currently, it is used by both locals and migrants.

Circulation

The circulation developed from the rural village one Because spontaneous construction encroaches the street breaks the hierarchy, the permeability turns down.

road to outside

primary street

secondary lane

narrow alley

0 20 50 100

200m

The circulation system is mainly for pedestrian, causing the low vehicular accessibility to the internal area.

Blocks

block

Because of spontaneous construction, the "blocks" grow large and the shape becomes irregular.Blocks regularity: C, E> B> A, D.

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0 20 50 100

200m


Three types of urban villages Type 1: A, D

Type 2: B, E

Type1 is Located in the high density area with high population. These villages have an intensive relationship with the surrounding. The villages face a high pressure of redevelopment.

Type 3: C

Ty p e 2 i s l o c a t e d i n D e s a k o t a a r e a with fragmentized fabrics and irregular surroundings. There is contradiction between the new plans and the existings.

Type 3 is on boundary between rural and urban. Since it is developing village, it takes Farming as main industry. This type lacks interaction with the urban area.

Prototypes for retrofitting different types of villages Internal Connectivity Model for Type 1

Dumbbell Model for Type 2 village 1

Growth Model for Type 3

urban area

village 2

residential urban area urban area

Internal connectivity model is to establish a new circulation and facility system inside the village based on the existing circulation system. The system can provide amenity and open space, create permeability, and release the pressure of the industry. -open up new roads -re-accommodate comercial facilities -reinstate the internal circulation -introduce diversified service facilities

farmland/ nature

Dumbbell model is for type B villages and the area they are located.The model accommodate a series of commercial and public service programs to integrate the fragmentized fabrics.

Growth model is for type C villages and the commuter town area they are in. It enhances the industry of the village, and complements the gated residential areas with public services.

-links two or more villages -plug-in city-village public open space -provide amenities for integration -reform of post industry facilities

-grow the village to the city -add new residential-amenity-retail units -set flagship programs on the entrance of the village

Existing village locations for prototype application for Type 1

for Type 2

Eight urban design elements

for Type 2

for Type 3

i

ii

These eight urban design elements are for the detail retrofitting. They help to establish the models by accommodating specific conditions.

main street

village main street

demolish a few buildings to create open space and connect main street iii

for Type 3

iv

amenity for migrants (society house, reading room...)

open up a road and add new construction to join the village houses together v civic hall

community amenity infill

infill

senior care

infill

ancestral hall

water area recreation

open garden inside blocks to thin the fabrics vi

infill the sew of buildings, create open space on the roof top for the migrants vii

kindergarten

construct new amenity on the traditional public open space viii

inter-area traffic

local traffic urban facilities

local traffic commercial/ public service

village facilities

separate traffic by viaduct. connect the road with a aerial pathway and provide more service.

remain accessible open space between the new buildings and old for their interaction.

extend the existing public programs into the village.

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Internal Connectivity ModelVillage A, Shipai

Urban Design Framework

Thinning fabrics and establishing aerial corridors, the model reinstates the open space system. It also reaccommodates the electronic retail from the urban road inside the village to relief the traffic congestion.

Demolition

Circulation

primary road secondary road

aerial corridor

tertiary road

existing lane

existing main street

new pedestrian pathway

village amenity

roof-top recreation

roof-top open space

office

main street

existing monument

infilled electronic commercial

residential

logistic facility

electronic retails

Axonometrics

ground floor electronic retail

Public Open Space

aerial corridor

public center

external corridor

internal smaller open space

internal plaza

aerial corridor

facility's open space

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Dumbbell Model-Village B, Chengjie Urban Design Framework

0 20

village amenity existing monument

roof-top recreation

roof-top open space

retail

culture, recreation amenity

Demolition

Axonometrics

reformed recreation

office

hotel

primary school

50

residential

main street open space corridor

Public Open Space

Circulation

primary road secondary road

aerial corridor

external corridor

internal smaller open space

existing main street existing lane

internal plaza

aerial corridor

tertiary road new pedestrian pathway

facility's open space

main street-shopping street

Chengjie village is under the pressure of redevelopment because it is involved in the Guangzhou International Financial City project. The dumbbell models satisfies the demand of new city development, while remain the villages. Connecting two villages with commercial and service programs, the model creates a continuity between the village area and the urban area. It impels a diversified community because the future surrounding residents can use the same facilities and open space. This model can links more than two villages.

extension of recreation park, courtyard

internal plaza

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Growth Model-Village C, Shangjiao Demolition

On one hand, the commuter town near the village lacks recreational facilities because it is far away from the city center. On the other hand, the village is under development. The model allows the village grow into the city with new living units and recreation and retail facilities. Combining with the facilities, the scenery of the village can attract people.

Urban Design Framework

Public Open Space

external corridor

internal smaller open space

internal plaza

aerial corridor

facility's open space

Axonometrics

retail+ culture facility

waterfront

retail+ culture facility

new living unit

commercial node

farmland

recreational node

waterfront

Mixed-use units

New commercial facilities

village amenity

residential

culture recreation

existing market

existing monument

retail

commercial

everyday service

waterfront

Application of Models The three retrofitting models can be applied to other villages in Guangzhou. This is the map of other villages that are suitable for three models. Although the specific conditions of each village are variable, the prototype models can be modified by the 8 urban design approaches to adjust the topography and the built environment of each village. village for type 1 village for type 2 village for type 3

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Infinite Inclusive India urban design project in Panvel, Mumbai, 2015

Background lower-income

Section A

middle-income

Section A

high-income

land price

Section B Section B

The site is located in Panvel, Mumbai. Social segregation is a serious problem. Settlements for lower-income population are segregated from others. The city faces problems like poverty, unemployment, and polarization.

Site

land price

Different groups of population are divided by the roads or the nature factors.

NAINA Project

Site analysis

PILOT Project Area AY E HW UN I-P HIG BA SS L E VE PR PA EX TO

UM

M PROPOSED

NH-4

SITE

PROPOSED RLY. STATION

TO GO

A

PANVEL – KARJAT

The NAINA is a new town project based on the construction of the new airport. This project is a opportunity to the site.

TO GOA

NAINA Region

streams

MORBE DAM

mountains

T RJA KA TO

Concept—inclusive loops Demands for differnt social groups

higher income middle income higher income higher income Lower income middle income middle income Lower income Lower income

accessibility & wind trail

EDUCATION EDUCATION

LEISURE EDUCATION

LEISURE LEISUREHOUSING EMPLOYMENT HOUSING HOUSING EMPLOYMENT FACILITY EMPLOYMENT

Loop Unit

inclusive loops

FACILITY

FACILITY PUBLIC TRANSPORT

common lowerincome settlement in Mumbai

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

PUBLIC TRANSPORT NATURE

NATURE

NATURE

TRAINING TRAINING

Vertical structure

TRAINING ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT

propose different interactions between social groups on the basis of their demands. Locate those interactions on the mixed-use infrastructure—inclusive loops.

adjust to topography Accommodate units

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Framework

Master plan Site area: 1.8 km² FAR: 1.43 GFA breakdown: residential 41%, public 15%, commercial 15%, office 17%, others 9% Population: 60000 residential+ 20000 working+10000 touring

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16

19

17

15 16 20

12 7

metro station in the plan tourism node

10

existing temple

11

loop connection

9

primary road in the plan green corridor+ civic center

18 8

Urban design strategies

5

6 4

Loops 3

2

Roads

1

Density 1.metro-train station, 2.office+shopping mall, 3.shopping mall, 4.hotel, 5.culture-recreation area 6.tourism recreational area 7. metro station, 8.high-income housing, 9.lower-income housing, 10.park, 11.office+shopping mall, 12.civic center, 13,14. high-income housing, 15.lower-income housing, 16. workshop, 17,18. resort, 19.primary school, 20 hospital The loops provide affordable housing and public service for the lower-income group. Other functions such as retails, tourism services, workshop are also located in different part of the loops to promote interactions. Public transportation is compactly plugged into the loops.

Green

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Perspectives Civic Center

Loop to the hill

Street


Diagrams

Loops

cable car to hills

MEGA STRUTURE & CABLE CAR

cable car trail

parking

LEGEND parking parking

Figure ground

loop circulation

parking

metro/ railway station

parking

LOOP PROGRAMMING

LEGEND

commercial-oriented along main road

metro sation retail & handcraft market

high density residential for lower income groups middle density residential for middle-lower income

hotel-recreational galleries, entertainment

sports facilities

LOOP DENSITY & GFA BREAKDOWN

Land use

LEGEND density

lower-income residential middle-income residential high-income residential commercial

high

GFA high--low

mixed-use

low

mountain open space

recreational public amenties public open space residential retail handcraft, workshop

water

public service

LOOP CIRCULATION

loop circulation for hiking

loop circulation

metro line

railway line

LEGEND metro/railway station commercial facilities for crossing the 60m road community amenities arial footbridge

Social distribution

LOOP-PULIC REALM LEGEND

loops, lower-income residential and working

central open

civic centre

open space

primary greening corridor

high-income residential

high/ middle working

middle-income residential

piedmount open space

lower-income residential

primary school

lower-income residential

secondary greening corridor hospital

civic center

Physical model

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Loops' zoom in area

Building typology for loops The loops connect with the public transportation—metro, train, bus and cable car. The continuity of the loops also enhances the walkability. There mainly five types of unit for the loops. The first one is for crossing a road. The second one is the most common one along streets. The third one is for crossing the wide road and links with the metro stations. The fourth one leads people to the mountain. The last one serves as workshop.

Section

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Nature's Flow

urban design project in Baoan, Shenzhen, 2014

Design driver

Design vision Development

Reclaimation

Nature

Urban

Node

Vegetation

Space

Flow Water

Building

Wetland

Street

introduce nature to the site, and bring in tourism and employment

Site area: 1.5 km² (include water 2.6km²)

Design Theme

population density Office

Residential

Commercial

Public service

600people/ha

FAR

2.4

GFA breakdown:

Total GFA: 3,058,750 m²

site

public 37% residential 37% office 38% commercial 16%

Green ratio: 25%

Existing condition Building typology

Design frameworks

Design strategies Mixed use

transition: naturepublic-private

Building typology and public realm Green and public realm

public realm with large scale is closed to the nature.

Waterfront and green

Waterfront

Transport

introduce green flows into the city

Transport

put road underground to increase walkable space

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Program use

Master plan

N

Section and perspectives

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Symbiosis

Housing estate design in Luoxi, Guangzhou, 2012

Site area: 22 ha FAR: 1.6(given), Building density: 22% Green rario: 40% Population: 11,000

Background

Concept old city center

60min drive

CBD

40min drive

The site is located in the Luoxi area of Guangzhou, a commuter town famous for homogeneous population and offish community relationship. This area is far away from the CBD and the old city town, so it lacks sufficient public and commercial facilities.The design of common housing estate ignores the interaction between residents in the community. This housing estate design aims at reconstructing the compact "symbiosis" relationship in urban neighborhood that is far away from the city center.

In the current apartment, the open space of families is separated.

Create open space among several families and diminish the private open space. These familiies assemble shared units. Group small shared units into a larger one.

Overlap the shared units in vertical directions and links them with green and water

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Master plan

The Pearl River

Riverfront: only for pedestrian, with high permeability to the site Club: internal amenity for residents for recreation and exercising Secondary open space: for residents in the same neighborhood. Water axis: primary open space for interaction of residents in the whole housing estate Commercial street: on the entrance of the housing estate Apartment: diversified housing types with semipublic space for

Appartment types

Primary school: closed to the road, shared with people outside the housing estate 6-8 floors waterfront apartment, for highincomes kindergarten

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8 floors apartment with shared unit, for middleincomes primary school

15-20 floors apartment with shared unit, for middle/lower-incomes

28 floors apartment for lower-income groups, close to the road commerical street

Kindergarten: closed to the road, shared with people outside the housing estate

water axis


Shared units

An unit has four families in two floors.The semipublic in small scale is on the lower floor.

The unit in the high-rise apartment is made up by 8-12 families within three floors. The semi-public space is on the lowest floor in a larger scale.

Type A

Type B

Type A

Type B

Water axis

The water axis is the public open space for all the neighborhoods in the housing estate. It connects the internal and external amenities. Thus, various social activities take place on the axis. The buildings on the two sides of the water axis are collocated in a shape like a comb according to the traditional method in Canton area.

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Urban-rural Symphony

Post-industry design project in Huadu, 2013

Background urban-rural

parks

exhibition

new housing

commercial

Huadu is a satellite town in the metropolitan area of Guangzhou. A number of housing estates emerges in the city, but cultural facilities and public open space are not enough.

culture facilities

The site is located between the urban area and the rural area. It was the cement factory, which closed 15 years ago. From then on, it becomes the gap between city and villages. The site is closed to the Guangzhou airport which provide a good condition for exhibition.

Site The abandoned cement factory has special characters. The site connects the lakes to the west and the hills to the east. The flat land in the south of the site provides space for new construction.

Concept opportunities

PASS

cement factory products

airport PRESENTS lakes+hills

urban

rural

site

urban

labors brownfield site

new business entertainment renew demands: 21

PROPOSED

citizens

exhibition recreation SOHO

rural culture entertainment

retails

site artists

villagers

Combine exhibition, recreation, SOHO and retails in the site and introduce new population group—artists to glue the urban and rural relationship.


Master plan

01 west entrance plaza 02 office 03 center entrance plaza 04 car park 05 reading club 06 exhibition centre 07 shopping mall 08 artist SOHO 09 east entrance plaza 10 waterfront terrace 11 cetral square 12 recreation area 13 hotel 14 cinema

programming

circulation

open space

reception center administration exhibition center shopping mall SOHO retail+recreation hotel cinema

vehicular

plaza

pedestrian

courtyard open space waterfront

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Cement factory reformation current condition

reform steps

remove the poor quality parts

building quality

add concrete massing that is used for exhibition and shopping mall

building height

add glass "corridors" and "posts"

before

connect buildings with metal aerial corridors

programming exhibition center gallery shopping mall office artists SOHO

after

The main exhibition centre is a spacious showroom with only one floor and a roof garden.

The reading club is a corridor-shaped space with high transparency beside the exhibition centre.

This is a section including shopping mall and offices. The mall is on the ground floor and offices are connected with each other by corridors.

There are four outdoor atriums in the centre and this is the one in the artist SOHO with high privacy.

building height 0-8m 8-16m 16-24m over 24m

Underground area ground level

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underground level


Wengcheng Town West Zone Regulatory Plan Current land use

We n g c h e n g i s a s m a l l t o w n located in Shaoguan, Guangdong. With the increasing migrant population, the town needs to expand. The plan aims at constructing a livable community for the new population. By providing public services, parks and street retails in the walking distance, the plan creates a convenient living zone that connects with old town center.

Proposed land use

Road system

Green framework

Commercial & public

Service rage

FAR control

Shiwan District Plan 2013-2033 Location

Proposed framework

Current land use

Land price

Adaptability

Land use section

Proposed land use

Shiwan District loses its competitiveness for the industry hollowness. Local government faces difficulties on incubating new tax base. Based on spatial and industrial study, the plan proposes four new development areas that respectively rely on the cultural indentity, the business foundation, the opportunities of the new plan, and the location strengths of Shiwan.

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Rings for escape, 2013

The design changes the common pattern of kindergarten—brings freedom to the children so that the children can "escape" from the classroom. The Rings also lead children to the nature.

Century Reflection of the Pearl River, 2011

RBD Design in Tangshan New Town, 2014

Kai Tak Area Deisgn 2015

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Wind analysis with FlowDesinger,2014

Architectur Design And Model Making, 2010-2011


Information of planning works and other works Wengcheng Town West Zone Regulatory Plan

2012.11-2013.1 Academic work, Regulatory Plan Site location: Shaoguan, China Instructor: Yiyun Liu Group members: Jialei Wu, Yue Zheng, Xin Shen, Jun Ding Participated in team leader, site analysis, concept formation, planning process, graphic editing

Shiwan District Plan 2013-2033

2013.3-2013.7 Academic work, District Plan Site location: Foshan, China Instructor: Qifeng Yuan Group member: Haoxi Lin, Tianshu Cai, Yaofu Huang, Xiangman Xie, Liangyu Tan Participated in team leader, site visit and analysis, case study, planning process, graphic editing, phasing and final reviews

Rings for Escape

2013.8-2013.9 Personal work, architecture design (kindergarten) Site location: Guangzhou, China

Century Reflection of the Pearl River 2011.10-2012.1 Academic work, landscape design Site location: Guangzhou, China

RBD Design in Tangshan New Town

2014.3-2014.5 Bachelor Thesis in Sun Yat-sen University, urban design Site location: Nanjing, China

Wind analysis with FlowDesigner11 2014.12 Course Assignment Site location: Wan Chai, Hong Kong, Instructor: Jiangxiang Huang Group member, Anson Yim

Kai Tak Area Design

2015.5 Academic work, site planning and urban design Site location: Hong Kong Instructors: Sylvie Nguyen, Jianxiang Huang Group Members: Haoshen Yu, Sophie Huang, Wilbur Long, Yuchong Ge

CafĂŠ Design

2011.4-2011.5 Academic work, architecture design Site location: Zhuhai, China

Student Center Design

2011.6-2011.7 Academic work, architecture design Site Location: Zhuhai China

KinKaku-Ji Model

2010.11-2010.12 Academic work, model making


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