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YENHSI TUNG PORTFOLIO 2013-2016


YENHSI TUNG

EDUCATION May 2018 Syracuse, NY June 2006 Taiwan June 2004 Taiwan

Syracuse University School of Architecture Master of Architecture (design GPA 3.83) National Taiwan University College of Engineering Master of Science | Environmental Engineering Ming Chuan University School of Tourism Bachelor of Business Administration | Leisure and Recreation

HONORS Fall 2017 Syracuse

1-st Place of Reimagine Place Competition | Public Installation Immersive Cloud| Collaboration with Daekwon Park, Yuchi Kuo, Jaegeun Lim, Bharat Krishnan

。request-for-proposal (RFP) for a public installation in downtown Syracuse, initiated by American Institute of Architects-Central New York and 40 Below September 2016 Singapore

Final list of The Go Beyond: International Design + Engineering Competition Pop-up Habitat| Collaboration with Daekwon Park, Yuchi Kuo

。Shipping container design in Singapore May 2016 Syracuse

1-st Place of Comprehensive Design Studio of Syracuse Univ. Graduate Devision Tower C| Collaboration with Yuchi Kuo, Andi Li 。Modular housing design of High-rise building in NYC 。Award Sponsored by King & King Architects, Syracuse

2016 Taiwan 2011 Taiwan

Yuan-Yie Award 2016 ) 。Rinari Industrial Development Center, Taiwan (2013

National Scholarship for Study Abroad Award 。 Full Scholarship from Ministry of Education of Taiwan

SKILL Software Rhinoceros, AutoCAD, Revit, V-Ray for Rhinoceros, V-Ray for 3DsMax, Adobe Suit Fabrication Laser cutting, 3D printing, foam, wood and metal fabrication

TEACHING EXPERIENCES Fall 2017 Spring 2017 Spring, Fall 2016

Design Studio Teaching Assistant, Syracuse University Representation Teaching Assistant, Syracuse University 。Taught manual and digital represention to first year students


yetung@syr.edu Syracuse, NY

EXPERIENCES Summer 2015 NYC

VOXL Media LLC Intern | Visualization 。Rendered for residential projects in NYC in V-Ray for 3DsMax and Adobe Photoshop

Summer 2015 NYC

Miya Ando Studio Intern | Fabrication / Visualization

。Worked with the artist to install the permanent artwork in New York 。Rendered for artist’s project proposal. 2010-2014 2010-2014 Taiwan 2014 Taiwan 2013-2014 China 2012-2013 Taiwan 2008-2011 2009-2011 China

2008-2009 China 2006-2007 Taiwan

John K.C. Liu Architects & Building and Planning Research Foundation, National Taiwan Univ. Project Manager | SD+CA

。Worked on projects of historic landmark reconstruction and reservation in indigenous area, Taiwan

Project Manager | SD+DD+CA 。Interior design of a community center in new Kucapungane village, Taiwan

Designer | SD+DD 。Designed 550 housing units for Post-Quake Reconstruction of Zhong Li Town in Sichuan, China

Designer | SD+DD+CA 。Assisted withplanning, designing, and supervising for the construction of Rianri Industrial Development Center, Taiwan

Taiwan Union of Support for Sichuan Earthquake Reconstruction Project Manager | DD+CA 。Collaborated with Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of China to work on 9 towns’ housing design, site planning, work supervision and schedule tracking of the project, Light Steel Framing Farmer Housing Reconstruction in Shaanxi & Gansu Provinces, China

Designer | SD+DD 。Designed the housing units and site planning

Building and Planning Research Foundation, National Taiwan Univ. Designer | SD 。Surveyed and drew drawings for housing reconstruction and executed the community fieldwork, Construction Management in Traditional Village Preservation, Matzu Islands, Taiwan

EXHIBITS 2016 South Korea 2016 NYC

BUGAIK International Architectural Exhibition, Architectural Institute of Korea, Busan Contributor | project Pop-up Habitat 2016 Young Taiwanese Architectural Designers Exhibition in NYC Curator | Coordination + Fund Raising

DOCUMENTARY 2014 Taiwan

Long Way Back Home, Kochapongane 28:16 HD Producer | project of historic landmark reconstruction in indigenous area, Taiwan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XztLCs7maSQ

2012 Taiwan

Architecture Begins from One’s Desire to Protect Another 18:23 HD Camera Operator | project of culture preservation and education in indigenous area, Taiwan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0O1B_aY25fY


CONTENTS How the architecture interacts with environmental context and creates spatail variaty are the main idea of my design in this portflio. I focus on the exploration of space which interacts with the public and the micro-climate to pursue the living quality and the atmosphere that the architecture can embrace. I also emphasize the issue between the private and the public. The various public spaces can promote the community development. The private extensive space which can be creatively expressed by residents to either garden, create an informal economic area, and representing own culture can also build the sense of place. In the second part of this protfolio, the narrative photography presents participatory design which is also the primary idea in my past working experience. Through the participatory design, people can narrate their own life story depending on one’s situatedness to evoke the collective memory. The design is for the residents and the place context with the imagination of the future.


[TOWER C]

HIGH-RISE MODULAR

academic work

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[HOUSE C]

MICRO-CLIMATE

competition

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[CLOUD T]

ENVELOPE DESIGN

competition

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[RINARI INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER]

CONTEXTUALISM

practical work

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[IMMERSIVE CLOUD]

PUBLIC INSTALLATION

competition

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[ORGANIC FENCE]

AFFORDABLE HOUSING

academic work

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[TOPO-SKIN FACADE]

ENVELOPE DESIGN

competition

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[POP-UP HABITAT]

CONTAINER DESIGN

competition

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PARTICIPATORY DESIGN

2008-2013

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[NARRATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY]


[TOWER C] Tower C project pursues the integrated high-rise design which includes clustered modular units, passive design and heating, ventilation and air conditioning design.The multi-layer organic cluster creates the self-shading and private terrace and semi-public opened green space for family units.

greenery public

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circulation

public area private

semi-public

church

parish hall

corrider

residentail

public


HIGH-RISE MODULAR Comprehensive designstudio / Spring 2016 Instructor Elizabeth Krietemeyer, David Shanks Collaoration with Yuchi Kuo, Andi Li

visualization 02


[TOWER C] unit type

studio

a

b

c

d

1 bedroom

e

f

2 bedroom

g

h

different combinations of units

accessible 1 bedroom & studio

1 bedroom

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studio

2 bedroom


HIGH-RISE MODULAR aggregation

7th floor

8th floor

9th floor

10th floor

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[TOWER C] tectonics

core / beam / column

slab

structure diagram

exploding drawing 2 bedroom apartment unit / 2 levels 05

structure with units


HIGH-RISE MODULAR juncture detail

annotated section

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[TOWER C] passive design

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section + environmental flows


HIGH-RISE MODULAR sunlight / wind / oxygen / greenery

annotated section / high rise floors

annotated section/ ground floor

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[TOWER C] mechanical system

7th floor

centralized mechanical system for public space

decentralized system for public space / 7th floor

pipes work 09


HIGH-RISE MODULAR interior environmental quality

sectional perspective 10


[TOWER C] model

massing model

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HIGH-RISE MODULAR sectional model

sectional model

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[HOUSE C] The project is inspired by the existing tree on the site of NYC. The tree becomes a core part of forming the courtyard shape and program of the spatial arrangment between public and private, but also has significant impact on the microclimate.

process diagram

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MICRO-CLIMATE Comprehensive design studio / Spring 2016 Instructor / Elizabeth Krietemeyer, David Shanks Collaoration with Yuchi Kuo, Andi Li

interior daylighting scenario

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annotated section 15


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[CLOUD T] The design introduces various canpopy patterns onto building envelope. The simulation of the canopy shadows during different times of day creates various atmosphere from the light and shadows. The envelope system applies different patterns to the spaces according to the spatial program and activies.

the environment at 10 am

different senarios with tree canopy pattern

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simulation of different canopy typologies during daytime


ENVELOPE DESIGN For international velux competition 2016/ Building System Class / Spring 2016 Instructor / Daekwon Park Collaoration with Yuchi Kuo, Andi Li

the envelope with tree canopy patterns

apply to urban landscape

interior visualization

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[RINARI INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER] The design objective was to exhibit the traditional art and develop cultural and creative industries of the nearby tribes with the traditional housing typology, black slate. In traditional life, the courtyard is the important place for grain drying, grass weaving, and carving. It is the place used for private and public activities. The courtyard house becomes the basic form of this project. The traditional material, slate, also is used in the construction.

traditional typology relating to the tribal life

long section 19

design development of Rinari center


CONTEXTUALISM Yuan-Yie Award 2016 construction completed in 2013 Collaoration with John K.C. Liu Architects Redrew for the portfolio in 2017

traditional plants

landscape landscapedesign design/ /combine combinethe theplanting plantingdesign designand andthe theactivities activitiesneeds needsinindifferent differentstudios. studios.

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[RINARI INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER]

traditional black slate house

e scupture and clay studios. The area in bwtween serves as an exhibit space

d the couryard of tribal kitchen

e

H

G

c

D E F A B C D E F G

exhibit hall office information center tribal kitchen fabric weave studio clay studio sculpture workshop H pavilion ground floor plan

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d


CONTEXTUALISM

c gross slope and slate fence

b gross slope and slate fence

a main building complex for activies and ceremony

a

b

A C

B

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[IMMERSIVE CLOUD] The intension is to serve both as a medium for providing immersive experiences as well as a platform for fostering social interactions. With the stainless steel disks floating on top of a forest of thin columns, the surrounding environment including the trees, people, and sky are reflected, distorted, and multiplied before the eyes.

reflection

plan

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divided landscape


PUBLIC INSTALLATION 1-st Place of Reimagine Place Competition / AIA Central New York / 2016 Collaboration with Yuchi Kuo, Daekwon Park, Jaegeun Lim, Bharat Krishnan

visualization

section

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[ORGANIC FENCE] The project emphasizes the conversion of the typical NYCHA fenced in campus into a positive concept of organic being and creative promotion its residents. Based on the daily life pattern with such fences, this project introduces the concept of programing the fence and the fence’s characteristics of defining the boundary between public and private areas.

pattern : fences and residents’ lives

The private garden area is not only for cultivating purposes, but can also become an extensive area in which people can create and design.

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AFFORDABLE HOUSING Affordable Housing Design Studio Summer 2016 Exhibiting in the Community Individual Work

physical model

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[ORGANIC FENCE]

extensive area

extensive area

extensive area

unit types with extensive area created by the residents

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AFFORDABLE HOUSING

neighborhood garden

laundry neighborhood garden

typical floor plan Each typical floor has neihborhood garden

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[ORGANIC FENCE] Each residential unit design in this project, has its own private garden that is serviced by the top of the unit below it. The private garden area is not only for cultivating purposes, but can also become an extensive area in which people can create and design.

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AFFORDABLE HOUSING

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[TOPO-SKIN FACADE] The proposed faรงade integrates topologically optimized structural framing and membrane based dynamic insulation skin. The topology optimization ensures that the volume and weight of the steel framing are minimized without compromising in structural performance. The multi-layered ETFE membrane which is extremely lightweight, durable, and transparent, serve as an alternative to the traditional aluminum and glass cladding system. The air layers between each layer functions as thermal insulation which can be dynamically adjusted by the degree of inflation.

Elevation

Thermal insulation controlling through inflation and deflation

Context & Shadow analysis This Building is uniquely situated on the south-west side of the urban areas in NY. According to the dry-bulb temperature and relative humidity analysis, 40% of the year could be naturally ventilated or heated. To block the direct wind flow from the river side, new types of facade system and their operation schedule will be suggested.

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ENVELOPE DESIGN Reimagine Structure Competition / The Metals in Construction Magazine / 2017 Design Challenge Collaboration with Daekwon Park, Yuchi Kuo, Bharat Krishnan, Namju Lee, Jungmin Han, Junho Chun,Yang Song

Visualization

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[TOPO-SKIN FACADE]

Spring

Summer

Fall

Winter

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50% inflation

deflation

Multi-layered ETFE membrane

100% inflation

interior visualization


ENVELOPE DESIGN

Dynamic Air Valve / deflation

section

Dynamic Air Valve / inflation

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[POP-UP HABITAT] The design emphasizes stacking the shipping containers and having the upward or horizontal expansion for additional living space. It overcomes the narrow footprint of the shipping container and making the space more flexible.

The basic idea is to extend vertically or horizontally for an extra space and serve the small family. In addition, we stack the containers for wide and flexible space.

type A: the bedroom space is extended upwards to accommodate a living space beneath

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type B : extending sideway to overcome the narrow space

type C : vertically stacked containers, upper level with a garden and a deck extending outwards


CONTAINER DESIGN Final list of The Go Beyond: International Design + Engineering Competition/ Summer 2016 Collaboration with Yuchi Kuo, Daekwon Park

The design consists of the corrugated steel exterior cladding and structural insulated panel interior wall system. This interior system is configured as rigid thermal insulation sandwiched between structural wood panels. This assembly eliminates thermal bridging and reduce air and moisture infiltration.

interior visualization

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[POP-UP HABITAT] The proposed service modules functions not only as mechanical, electrical and plumbing distribution room but also as semi-outdoor community space. Solar panels are integrated with the faรงade of the service module for electricity generation and rainwater is collected and filtered for irrigating the community gardens.

Service container is the semi-outdoor community space for 6-8 units. It collects the clear energy and recycle facilities and pipes work. In addition, each habitat units has its own compact heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration system (i.e. decentralized HVAC&R) and the service units supply and collect energy and waste to and from the units.

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CONTAINER DESIGN The project combines the efficiency of the kit-of-parts approach with the flexibility of the pop-out concept. The majority of the components from the original shipping container are creatively repurposed and redesigned to add value to the habitat units.

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NARRATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY Participatory design is the main idea of my design in my past working experience. Some following photos convey the significant issues of the desgin projects. Participatory design encourages not only architect but also the residents could join the design process. When considering the context in a place, theresidents always know more local life experience and social relation than architect. This methodology is trying to show the space of representationfromresidents’ perspectivesby narrative process with various media during the interview and meeting. Furthermore, people could be evoked the past or perceive others situation related tospatial experience and even let people come to gather to face the issues through narrative process with diverse groups. As an architect, transforming the representations of space from residents into the actual spaceis the professional practice.

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Traditional form and traditional lifestyle The ancient houses in Baigou village in Shaxxi provence, China March, 2009

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“We are here with respect and awe toward the ancestral spirits and all lives on this piece of land, and please bestow your blessings on us.” —Adiri tribal ritual payer

The Ritual of smoke signal for blessing. The square in front of the chief’s house in Adiri Tribe, Pingtung, Taiwan January, 2013

PORTFOLIO . YEN HSI TU

Post Disaster Reconstructions 2008-2 The disasters bring serious destructions to human and land.

For me, architecture is a way to help suffering people to reconstruct the

During the reconstruction, the form, the type, and the pattern are essen design to respond the needs for living. Through the participatory design I can know people more. Form the reconstruction work experiences.

I see the house being built by people from the desire to give a shelter fo wholeheartedly. I see architecture begins from one’s desire to protect another.

Architecture is not only a way for building the house, but also represen

Contents Light Steel Framing Farmer Housing Reconstruction in Architecture Design and Site Planning 2008-2011

Rianri Industrial Development Center in Pingtung, Taiw Site Planning, Landscape Design and Architecture 2012-2013

Indigenous Education Action in Pingtung County, Taiw Traditional Shack Construction 2012

Slate House Reconstruction and Architecture Homeschooling in Davaran, Taiwan Homland Construction and Architecture Homeschooling 2012-2013

Sculpture and Photography

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“We sow the seeds and expect the bumper millet harvest...� Seeding in Makazayazaya tribe, Pingtung, Taiwan February, 2012

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SLATE HOUSE RECONSTRUCTION & HOMESCHOOLING Post-disaster reconstruction Taiwan / 2012-2013 Collaboration with tribe residents

” Hear from elders about the origin of our tribe, I could explore and I could know what my responsibility are, passing down the culture to my children and letting them understand they have to preserve tribal territory and identify themselves.” —Wondon Vigiam, a farther of a family who decide to stay on their homeland of Davaran while other tribe members relocated. Harvest Ceremony in Davaran Homland, Pintung , Taiwan September, 2012

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Post - Flood Reconstruction

Slate House Reconstruction and Architecture Homeschooling in Davaran, Taiwan Slate House Reconstruction and Architecture Homeschooling Implement the dream in different ways by the parents & the children

Location: Davaran Homeland in Pintung County, Taiwan Site Area : 105 sqm Slate House Area: 40 sqm Year: 2012-2013 Constructors: Vigian Family Members, Balavulavu Family Members Model Makers: Tivulaan Vigian, Lamusam Balavulavu, Sanmenguan Balavulavu Project Team: National Taiwan University Building and Planning Research Foundation Project Leader—Min-Jay Kang Project Manager—Yen-Hsi Tung

Two families in the Davaran tribe persisted in staying at their homeland when tribal residents were relocated by government after typhoon Morakot. They tried to build traditional slate houses Two families in the Davaran tribe persisted in staying at their by themselves. Meanhomeland when tribal residents were relocated by government while, they applied for after typhoon Morakot. They tried to build traditional slate houses by homeschooling to let themselves. Meanwhile, they applied for homeschooling to let their children learn the their children learn the tribal wisdom. tribal wisdom.

Why is our house not square?

The ancestors built their houses in this way hundred years ago to adjust them to the environment.

Our project objective was to support them on homebuilding. I became children’s homeschooling teacher voluntarily and was able to integrated the homebuilding and Conception on the Slate homeschooling through Spaces of living, learning collaborative learning design. and gathery. I drew and discussed the design of slate houses with the families. I was also a Mathematics teacher for children and designed an architecture curriculum by 4 small hands integrating Mathematics and slate house modeling to their little slate houses with pieces of paperboard to illustrate their home of dream.

Our project objective was to support them on homebuilding. I became children’s homeschooling teacher voluntarily and was able to integrated the homebuilding and homeschooling through collaborative learning design.

Measurement Know the relation between the world and our body

Collect the Slates and wood in the Traditional Way We sliced slates by hand in the traditional way. Collecting the slates took a lot of time until now. The Parents Are Constructing Now in A Real World

Ritual for Blassing, Set up the Natural Pillar We prayed for the blassing. Keep as wood as possible for future expansion

Learning And Constructing In Children’s World Thick slate walls 7 steps

up to knee

Survey & Draw the Layout of Home Observe+Record Learn to measure a rule for 8 yr old, Learn Write down the story of division of decimal & rounding. Learn the building or cooking. scale calculation for12 yr old.

Participatory Design Cut the layouts and piece the buleprint.

Post - Flood Reconstruction Post - Flood Reconstruction

13 House and Architecture Homeschooling in Davaran, I drew and discussedSlate the design of slateReconstruction houses Slate House Reconstruction and Architecture Homeschooling in Davaran, Taiwan After participatory design with the families. I was also a Mathematics teachHigh Hammocs & Sceret Base After participatory design with children and discussing High Hammocs & Sceret Base with the parents, I drew the erwith forchildren children and designed an architecture curricand discussing with the parents, I drew the blueprint to imagine the Bamboo Classroom ulum bytointegrating house future slate home. and Homeslate is blueprint imagine the Mathematics Bamboo Classroom future slate home. Home is mainly composed of three Toilet modeling to their littleseparate slate buildings: housesawith pieces of mainly composed of three kitchen, a classroom, and a Toilet separate buildings: a paperboard to illustrate their home of dream. After Tribal Kitchen kitchen, a classroom, and a living room with a bedroom. Tribal Kitchen Parents began with the slate living room with a design bedroom.with participatory children and discussing Parents began with the slate kitchen — the start of human life. Meanwhile, I kitchen — the start of I drew with the parents, the blueprint to imagine taught the children to human life. Meanwhile, I model with scrap wood and taught the children Living Room & the future slatetohome.slate Home is mainly composed to build the little slate model with scrap wood and Bedroom Living Room & model ofatheir future home. to build the little slate ofslate three separate buildings: kitchen, a classroom, Bedroom model of their future home. Cookstove & and a living room with a bedroom. Parents began Slate Squre Cookstove & Slate Squre with the slate kitchen — the start of human life. Meanwhile, I taught the children to model with Slate Garden Slate Garden scrap wood and slate to build the little slate model of their future home.

Taiwan

Conception on the Slate Primary Structure Completed Familiy memebers working and learning together Natural Roof We wove bamboo roof with vines. We fnished the blueprint Parentstogether taught their children how to slice andRoof Conception on the Slate Primary Structure Completed They are still constructing now....... Familiy memebers workingafter and learning Natural design We wove bamboo roof with vines. We fnished the blueprint afterparticipatory Parents taught their children collect how to bamboos slice and in a real world. They are still constructing now....... participatory design collect bamboos in a real world. The Parents Are Constructing Now in A Real World The Parents Are Constructing Now in A Real World Learning And Constructing In Children’s World Learning And Constructing In Children’s World

Structure We made the pillar, wall and beams.

Structure Slate Wall & Brance Roof Clay Action Dolls & Light We made the pillar, We used scraps of slate pile up the wall We made the dolls and furnitures Slate Wall & Brance Roof Clayto Action Dolls & Light wall and beams. and garden. We made a brance roof. then lightened up the home. We used scraps of slate to pile up the wall We made the dolls and furnitures Model Construction Completed by Children and garden. We made a brance roof. then lightened up the home. Model Construction Completed by Children

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TRADITIONAL SHACK CONSTRUCTION Post-disaster reconstruction Educational action Taiwan / 2012 Collaboration with tribe residents

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Indigenous Education Action in Pingtung County, Taiwan

Post - Flood Reconstruction

Traditional Shack Construction ‘Architecture Begins from One’s Desire to Protect Another’ Location: Rinari Area in Pintung County, Taiwan Construction Area : 15 sqm Year: 2012 Project Team: National Taiwan University Building and Planning Research Foundation Project Leader—John K. C. Liu, Yu-Chen Chen Project Manager—Yen-Hsi Tung Constructors— Auvini Kadresengan, Xiu-Li Du, Zhong Dong, Yang,E-Se Dakivalid, Ljavaus Kaluvung, Zigau, Laucu Durulan, Yen-Hsi Tung, Jhe-Hao Hu, Ching-Fen Yang

In this curriculum of traditional shack building, elders were teachers to tell a story about family. Every building step was done according to the experience from the elders or on-site observation without design drawing, and kids and the youth participated in the entire process and learned from it. When tribal residents relocated to the new site, Rinari, after typhoon Morakot, we began the education project to let tribal residents participate in maintaining their indigenous culture resulted from families’ affections and respect for nature. I organized the curriculum team and participated in shack design, construction, and process recording. These records became the teaching materials for learners in the future.

Indigenous Education Action in Pingtung County, Taiwan

Post - Flood Reconstruction

Traditional Shack Construction ‘Architecture Begins from One’s Desire to Protect Another’

Ritual for blessing The parents came here with respect and awe toward the ancestral spirits and all lives on this piece of land. Site selection was based on human interaction with the nature.

Why and for Whom do I need these materials? Everything matters from construction materials to their sizes and needs. Considered the shape of each log when using them as the columns, Elder said,“Each piece of wood has its own unique shape and curve.”

Cherishing the resource “Each piece is different – you might find some one too short to work on its own, then you need to combine it with another piece.”

Construction Completed

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Completion

Being the Shielding Shadow for Them “My heart aches at the sight of my beloved ones enduring the torching sun. I have to hurry, hurry to their side and shield away the unbearable heat.”

Making Home More Comfortable The parents spread bunches of silver grass on the rooftop and walls, and covered them with different slates. The slates were spread on the ground. The parents also built the fireplace and a bed inside.

Warming Up the Shack for the Family They opened a window on the wall next to the bed, so the sun could shine in and warm up the shack.

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People and architecture ranther than just a architecture 2008

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People and architecture ranther than just a architecture 2008

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