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Yimeng wang 2017 bachelor of landscape architecture louisiana state university 2019 Master of Landscape Architecture Cornell University


Studio 01 LSU Restorative Garden ——Audubon Hall Courtyard 02 Deluge Baton Rouge ——BR Art Trail 03 Coney Island Adaptations to Future Scenarios

Design competition 04 Beyond the Centerline ——The Rhythm of New York City

Media and Construction 05

Recycle material Furniture Design——Lighting Bollard

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Swine Palace Amphitheater Design

Art 07

Visual Lighting Design


01 LSU Restorative Garden--Audubon Hall Courtyard

Individual Project | 2015 Fall | Professor Kathleen Bogaski

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The restorative garden on LSU campus is located between Audubon Hall and Woodin Hall. The proposed elements selected to meet the requirements for restorative gardens and to reduce stress based on research by Roger Ulrich and the Kaplans. To receive this goal, the pathways and garden spaces are designed to encourage people stop and explore the garden. There is a variety of seating choices that people can make in either open or private settings. The extensive and interesting of plant materials can not only screen the seating area from the main path but also provide a positive distraction and potential contact with nature. People are also given the option to enjoy sunshine EXISTING IMAGES in the open spaces or choose to enjoy the shaded private quiet 1spaces.

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Statement Art

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Lagerstroemia indica indica Lagerstroemia

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Indigofera kirilowii Indigofera kirilowii

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Pond Cypress Pond Cypress Sassafras Sassafras

IndigoIndigo

Callistemon rigidus ‘Little Little John Callistemon rigidusJohn’ ‘Little John’ LittleBottlebush John Bottlebush

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Lagerstroemia indica indica Crape Myrtle Lagerstroemia Crape Myrtle

Juniperus conferta Shore Juniper Long blooming; beautiful branches Juniperus confertaflower; Shore Juniper Long blooming; flower; beautiful branches ArdisiaLone-lived crenata Coral Ardisia Lone-lived shrub;fragrant; fragrant; evergreen shrub; evergreen Ardisia crenata Coral Ardisia Malvaviscus arboreus Giant Fine foliage; native;wet wet soil Malvaviscus arboreus Giant Cap Turk’s Cap Fine foliage; native; soilTurk’s

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Lone-lived shrub;shrub; fragrant; evergreen Lone-lived fragrant; evergreen D Fine foliage; native; wet soil SYMBOL Fine foliage; native; wet KEY soil

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PROPOSED PROPOSED

QuercusQuercus virginiana virginiana

Osmanthus fragransfragrans Osmanthus E Lawn

Shrubs Shrubs

Viburnum odoratissimum Viburnum odoratissimum

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Lagerstroemia indica indica 3’-4’’ Water Bowl Lagerstroemia Water Bowl

Taxodium ascendens Taxodium ascendens

Autumn color; Spring flower;flower; wildlifewildlife food food Autumn color; Spring Catch basin Pervious Lawn Lawn Sassafras albidumalbidum Catch basin PROPOSED Entry Sassafras EXISTING A Concrete Summer flowers, Spreading form, fine Summer flowers, Spreading form, fine texture 1texture Arbor PROPOSED EXISTING G AttractAttract hummingbirds; flowers; dense dense evergreen hummingbirds; flowers; evergreen Approved: Pinwheel Installation Quercus virginiana Osmanthus fragrans B Composite Decking Fine texture; White White flowers; Red berries Quercus virginiana The primary goal of theShrubs Fine texture; flowers; Red berries Osmanthus fragrans Composite is to create a Decking restorative spacespace for students toDe h Flower Bed The Shrubs primary goal ofdesign the design isAnnual to create a restorative for students D Hedge,Hedge, coarsecoarse leathery foliage;foliage; long lived leathery longshrub lived shrub release from pressure during classes breakbreak and lunch time. time. The Reviewed: design intentinten is to release from pressure during classes and lunch The design Viburnum odoratissimum Viburnum odoratissimum Crushedescape limestoneand enjoy. Fine texture; blue green color; soft foliage Crushed users-students different kinds of spaces thatlimestone they can explore, Fine texture; blue green color; soft foliage PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

CommentsNandina domestica Common Name Nandina Nandina domestica Nandina Long lived tree; Broad spreading form Viburnum odoratissimum Sweet Viburnum Viburnum odoratissimum Sweet Viburnum Long lived tree;native; native; Broad spreading form

SECTION-ELEVATION1-1 1-1 SECTION-ELEVATION Southern Live Oak 1 1 SCALE: Quercus virginiana Southern Live Oak TREE Quercus virginiana 1/16'' = 1'0'' SCALE: 1/16'' = 1'0''

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Taxodium asendens Taxodium asendens Sassafras albidum Sassafras albidum

Sweet Sweet Olive Olive

Long lived Broad Broad spreading form form Longtree; livednative; tree; native; spreading

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Southern Live Oak Southern Live Oak Crape Crape MyrtleMyrtle 32ft

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LSU RESTORATIVE GARDEN LSU RESTORATIVE GARDEN AUDUBON HALL COURTYARD AUDUBON HALL COURTYARD

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Sassafras albidum

LSU RESTORATIVE GARDEN AUDUBON HALL COURTYARD

Lagerstroemia indica

Sassafras albidumalbidum Sassafras

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The statement art area isarea relati Perennial SECTION-ELEVATION 1-1 SHRUB Hedychium coronarium Butterfly Lily Fragrant flowers; coarse texture; beautiful form sound while seating on the surrounding benches. The statement art is Indigo Summer flowers, Spreading form, fine texture Reviewed: 1 Indigofera kirilowii SHRUB Reviewed: Designer: rigidus ‘Little John’ big pinwheels installation on the bedding has warm color color and can Little John Bottlebush Antirrhinum Attract hummingbirds; flowers; dense evergreen SCALE: 1/16'' = Callistemon 1'0'' big pinwheels installation onannual the annual bedding has warm androtate can ro majus Snapdragon Multicolor ANNUAL Antirrhinum majus Snapdragon Multicolor ANNUAL Callistemon rigidus ‘Little John’ Yimeng Wang Little John Bottlebush Attract hummingbirds; flowers; dense evergreen providing a distraction whichwhich has been foundfound to be to restorative to stressed people. Symbol Key Nandina domestica Nandina Fine texture; White flowers; Red berries providing a distraction has been be restorative to stressed pe Petunia*hybrid Petunia SpringSpring color The restorative space for students to have a rest and Petunia*hybrid Petunia colorprimary goal of the design is to create a east of theofsite, higher density plant materials for screening decking seating with a Nandina domestica NandinaSweet Viburnum Fine texture; White flowers; Red berries east the site, higher density plant materials for screening decking seating Viburnum odoratissimum Hedge, coarse leathery foliage; long lived shrub The primary goal of the design is to create a restorative space for students to have a rest and Date: release from pressure during classes break and lunch time. 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At the entry, there is an Malvaviscus arboreus Coral Ardisia Giant Turk’s Cap Summer flower; coarseglossy texture; attract hummingbirds 11/18/2015 main path consists of anDate: organic, curvilinear shape connecting three interesting spaces, which Ardisia crenata Shade plant; red fruit; foliage 11/18/2015 arbor and wild grass setting to navigate people intoNthe garden upon entering the garden. featurewater area,bowls statement area and private area. At the entry, there is an Approved: Ground cover; fine texture; ease of maintenance SCHEDULE MalvaviscusOphiopogon arboreus japonicusGiant Turk’s CapGrassPLANTING Summer flower; coarse texture; attract hummingbirds Monkey PERENNIAL PLANTING SCHEDULE Peopleinclude can seewater the delicate on the art limestone paving area8 seating and 16 enjoy the natural 0 32ft 2 and wild grass setting to navigate people into the isgarden the garden. Hedychium coronarium Butterfly Lily 2 Fragrant flowers; coarse texture; beautiful form SCHEMATIC DESIGN soundarbor while seating on the surrounding benches. The statement art area relativelyupon open.entering The SHEET NAME 1 Ophiopogon japonicus Ground cover; fine texture; ease of maintenance SHEET NAME Monkey Grass PERENNIAL People can see the delicate water bowls on the limestone paving area and enjoy the natural SHEET NAME big pinwheels installation on the annual bedding has warm color and can rotate with the wind, SCALE: 1/16'' = 1'0'' Reviewed: Antirrhinum majus Snapdragon Multicolor SCHEMATIC SITE SECTIONSANNUAL SITE SECTIONSHedychium coronarium Butterfly Lily Fragrant flowers; coarse texture; beautiful form providing a distraction which has been found to be restorative stressed people. art Moving sound while seating on the surrounding benches.toThe statement areatoisthe relatively open. The ELEVATIONS ELEVATIONS Petunia*hybrid Petunia Spring color DESIGN east ofbig thepinwheels site, higher density plant on materials for screening decking seating with aand platform parinstallation the annual bedding has warm color can rotate with the wind, SECTION-ELEVATION3-3 3-3 SECTION-ELEVATION 2-2 AntirrhinumViola*wittrockiana majus Multicolor Pansy Winter and spring color 2 SECTION-ELEVATION ANNUAL SECTION-ELEVATION 2-2 tially hidden within the plant area to create a private place for escaping from the crowds. A 3’ 2-2 Snapdragon Section 3-3 2 2 2 Section providing a distraction which has been found to be restorative to stressed people. Moving to the SCALE: 1/8'' = 1'0'' SCALE: 1/8'' = 1'0'' SCALE: 1/8'' = 1'0'' SCALE: 1/8'' = 1'0'' Scientific Name Comments Common Hall Name GRASSPetunia*hybrid Muhlenbergia capillaris Pink color color; fine texture; full color PetuniaPink Muhly Grass Spring green wall will be built along the handrails of Audubon that can be a striking element and SHEET NO. SHEET NO. plant materials for screening decking seating with a platform pareast of the site, higher density can also partially screen people’s in theSouthern building.Live Oak L-4 Quercus virginianaview Long lived tree; native; Broad spreading form TREE Viola*wittrockiana Pansy Winter and spring color L-4 Sweet Olive OsmanthusOsmanthus fragrans fragrans Sweet Olive Section 1-1 Taxodium asendens Pond Cypress Pond Cypress Taxodium asendens

Lagerstroemia Lagerstroemia indica ShadeShade plant; red fruit; glossy foliage plant; red fruit; glossy foliage indica Water Bowl

path Watermain Bowl main

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Crape Myrtle

Long blooming;Designer: flower; beautiful branches


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Deluge Baton Rouge --BR Art Trail

Group Project: Yimeng Wang, Yinan Liu |2016 Fall | Professor Cathy Marshall SWA Staff: Kinder Baumgardner, Natalia Beard, Michael Robinson, Mat Baumgarten Role: Research, Concept Design, Rendering(focous on Perspectives and toolkit)

Focus Area High Imapct High Opportunity High Value

Value School Park Creek

Opportunity Vacant Undeveloped

Landmark Historic Site Existing Artful Site Green Space Abandoned Area Junction Water Tributaries Undeveloped Area High Impacted Community

Imapct

Driving Route

Population Density Impacted Institutional Area Impacted Commercial Area

Route Map

This project proposes to create a culture trail that connects historic sites, architecturally significant sites, existing artful sites as well as sites related to water or flood, between downtown BTR and Denham Springs. Introducing different art types to the elements (point, line, and surface) in proposed sites (warehouse, community, canal, and creek), the trail can not only attract artists to apply and exhibit their artwork in Baton Rouge, but also become a catalyst to make Baton Rouge a more attractive and vivid city. The whole design taking a chance of the 2016 Baton Rouge Flood, use art as a media to educate people and mitigate the influence of flood. Context (Site Selection)

Fire Hydrant Point

Catch Basin

Telegraph Pole Line

Bridge Structure

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Environmental Land Art

Performance Arts

Plastic Arts

Visual Arts Griffiti

Toolkit Application Warehouse and Vacant Lot

Art Installation

Land Art

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Lampshade Lightbulbs

Graffiti Outdoor Exhibition Art Installation Gathering Space

Installaion Mosaic Art Sneak peak James Corner Field

Ball of Light Denis Smith

Urban figureground light

Drain Graffiti Art Words projection Jenny Holzer

Land Light Berry Underwood

Flood Installation Peter Zimmermann

Dufttunnel Olafur Eliasson

Community, Warehouse and Undeveloped Land • • • •

Shelter Graffiti Wetland to mitigate flood risk Gathering Space

Catch Basin

Canal Abandoned Warehouse Rain room Random International

Light Installation Nathaniel Rackowe

• Land Art • Planting Tunnel Bridge • Walking paths

Outlet

Applied Art Catchbasin

Light bulbs attached to umbrellas

Junk Art

Sculpture Culvert

Creek

Bench art

Indoor Pool Ladder Viktor Popovic

Bench art

Flood wall Jana Napoli

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Land Art Board Walk Bridge Plant Restoration Art Installations Graffiti Warehouse Residential Area Green Space Potential Art Exhibition Area Potential Gathering Area

Riparian Surface

Sinking Installation Ivan Puig

Public seating art

Junk cube Eben Goff


Point Line Surface/Space Water Tributaries Walking Trail

Experience and Opportunities

We did the research about which agency can support our proposed design and make the big idea to be a true program. There are two main agencies which are related to our art trail project. Further, there can be APP and website development to help people understand this program. Supporting Agencies


Warehouse + ShelterWAREHOUSE

+ GATHERING

Vacant Lot + Exhibition Area

ABANDONED HOUSE VACANT LOT++GRAFFITI EXHIBITION AREA

Warehouse + Gathering

VACANT LOT + EXHIBITION AR

Undeveloped Area +Wetland Park

UNDEVELOPED AREA + WETLAND PA


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Coney Island Adaptations to Future Scenarios

Vacant lots

Individual Project |2017 Fall | Professor Peter Trowbridge and Mitch Glass

MajorFlooding Flooding Major

Buildings

SeaLevel LevelRise Rise Sea Coney Island-New York City Subway rail

Parking lots

Transportaion

CreekContaminati Contaminat Creek

Residential

Green space

SocialVulnerability Vulnerability Social Major Flooding

Elevator residential

Landuse (commercial, mixed use and residential)

Mixed use Commercial

Challenges

Opportunities MajorFlooding Flooding Major Major Flooding

Major Flooding City owned parcels

Contour

-4-2 ft 4 ft 6 ft

8 ft 10 ft 12-30 ft

Sea Level Rise AmunsementHisto Hist Amunsement

Amusement History

SeaLevel LevelRise Rise Sea Sea Level Rise

Creek Contamina Affordable Housin Affordable Housing

Site Inventory Sea Level Rise

Coney Island is a residential Brooklyn neighborhood that morphs into a relaxation and entertainment destination. Even though it is a world-famous amusement area, Coney Island faces a lot of environmental and social problems. At its highest it is 7 feet above sea level, which is very vulnerable to the flooding events. And due to the locations of sewage outfalls, the creek is highly contaminated.

Affordable Housing

CreekContamination Contamination Creek Creek Contamination

Creek Contamination

Social Vulnerabili

Tourism

SocialVulnerability Vulnerability Social Social Vulnerability

Amunsement History

Amunsement His

Affordable Housi


Sea level Rise

Water Level (ft)

SLR+major flood

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2100

Phase III

Projected Sea Level Rise and Major Flooding (Fast Rise Scenario)

residential elevated building

vulnerable edge

mixed-use

513,566

commercial

2016 Annual Passengers:

5,025,598 795,636

3 ft water level+residential and commercial

3 ft water level

Creek area (ecological function)

Water floods in

Ocean side amusement area (recreational fonction)

4 ft water level

4 ft water level+residential and commercial

Design Cocept: Reconnect

The design concept is highly related to the sea level change. When the sea level rises by 2 ft., the plants on Coney Island need to be tolerant to salt. When the sea level rises by 4 ft., the sewer system and road need to be fixed and the ground should be elevated. When the sea level rises by 6 ft., salt water from water table will reach to ground surface. Part of the land will be soaked in the salt water. The design process can be divided to three phases: phase I is from now to 2040, when the water level hits 2.1ft. Phase II is from 2040 to 2070, when the water level hits 4.1 ft. Phase III is from 2070 to 2100, when the water level hits 6.8 ft. 6 ft water level

6 ft water level+residential and commercial


Phase I: Protection

Phase II: Connection

Phase III: Transformation

clean pollution living shoreline creekside trail 6ft

4ft

living shoreline 8ft east barrier alignment 17ft NAVD88 6ft

8ft

wetland+ 8ft living shoreline 6ft

6ft

4ft

4ft vegetated levee

existing subway station

Green Street

Commercial Corridor

Pocket Park pedestrian zone

Proposed pocket park

Proposed tidal barrier

Now-2040 SLR: <2 ft protect the site from flooding events

Comprehensive flood protection plan • restore creek condition • create ecological corridor • provide flood protection on creek edge • renovate auto shop area

Proposed green space Proposed renovation area Existing Subway Station

2040-2070 SLR: 2-4 ft Prepare for sea level rise issues

Proposed salt marsh

2070-2100 SLR: 4-6.8 ft Retreat and Transformation

Proposed high rise residencial area Proposed mixed use area Green space

Core community plan • create economic corridor • build residential area • expand ecological corridor

green space/park Existing high ground Redevelopment area

Natural recreation transformation plan • redevelop exsiting community • buid salt marsh area • renovate amusement area

Proposed levee hight 12ft

2100 SLR + major flood

8ft 4ft

Vegetated levee

12ft 8ft

Gentle slope

4ft

Living shoreline

Master Plan of Focus Area

Connecting Structure

Elevated road system


Creek Edge The creek edge is proposed to be a waterfront park tansforred to a salt marsh area with the living shoreline. The designated elevation of shoreline is 14 ft, which can prevent 100-year flooding events with sea level rise.

existing edge

warehouse

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living shoreline

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living shoreline

Salt Marsh

Creek Edge Typology 14 7

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Phase III


Core Community The core community is designed to be the gathering harbor of Coney Island. All roads are elevated to 12 ft, and new high rise buildings with muti-functions can be connected. The existing road near subway station will be a pedestrian zone for tourists and residents gathering.

Road

2-3 floors mixed use building

2-3 floors apartment

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View from pedestrian zone near subway station

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Existing

Elevated road

High rise mixuse building

High rise mixuse building

pocket park 12 6 -20

phase II

Elevated road

High rise mixeduse building

High rise mixeduse building

Core Community Typology

12 6 -20

Phase III


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Beyond the Centerline --The Rhythm of New York City

Group Project: Yimeng Wang, Jie Li, Ying Tan, Yue Pan I January 2018 Role: Detail design, diagram, 3D modeling and perspectives rendering (focous on art and technology blocks) To the north of the Grand Central Terminal, Park Avenue is distinguished by glass-box skyscrapers. These overwhelming skylines have formed peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s primary memory of the Park Avenue and the New York City. The elevation of the proposal transforms the existing skylines to the median landscape profile, which creates an interesting human-scale space.

Park Ave. South Skyline

Park Ave. South Skyline

Park Ave. South Skyline

The Skyline Rhythm

Ave. North Skyline ParkPark Ave. North Skyline

Park Ave. North Skyline

The design proposal aims to revitalize the Park Avenue with four featured rhythms which are essential to the New York City: Industry, Nature, Art, and Technology. The elevation change of the four stripes is tchuman. The four stripes will form an interesting public space in the Concept Elevation middle of Park Avenue that daily workers can slow down their pace Concept Elevation Concept Elevation to enjoy the wonderful rhythm of New York. It also provides a unique experience for visitors to understand the New York city through these Landscape Profile four essential rhythms. Landscape Profile Landscape Profile

Industry

Nature

Art

Technology


INSPIRATION INSPIRATION

INSPIRATION

Park AvePark Railroad Ave Railroad Railroad Park Ave Tunnel in1941 Tunnel Tunnel in1941 in1941

Metal Texture Metal Texture Texture Metal

RailroadRailroad Track Track Railroad Track

INTERPRETATION INTERPRETATION

INTERPRETATION

RailroadRailroad Track PergolaPergola Railroad Track Track Pergola

Metal Corridor Metal Metal Corridor Corridor

Metal Planter Metal Metal Planter Planter

Table Table Metal Seating Corten Steel Paver PaverMetal Bar Metal Metal Corten Metal Bar Bar Table Metal Seating Seating Corten Steel Steel Paver

This block has a great emphasis on the industry rhythm. To create the sense of industry, the steel-dominated and rectangular landscape furnitures (such as planters, seatings, and standing tables) holds a special aesthetic that memorizes the industrial era of New York. Its modern appearance and functional design will attract people to enjoy their coffee and even work with their laptop outdoor.

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20’ Metal Planter

40‘ Metal Seating

60’ Metal Bar Table

Railroad Track Pergola

Corten Steel Paver

Metal Corridor

Railroad Track Canopy


INSPIRATION Central Park Near Park Ave

Natural Elements

Environment Sensitive Features

INTERPRETATION

Curved Wood Bench

Lawn Paving

Below 30°F 30-50°F

Dripping Water Feature Water feature wil freeze in winter season, while it will run in other time.

This block is dominated by the Nature stripe. New York City is a four-season place. To slow down people’s pace and encourage them to feel the natural dynamic, the proposal uses temperature sensitive installations and planting design with seasonal features. The water sculpture will become a beautiful ice wall when it is winter while keep running during other seasons. The temperature wall is designed based on the temperature range of New York and will change color while people add their thermal energy to the wall.

NATURE 0

20’

Temperature Sensitive Cloud Canopy The color of the acrylic door changes as the temperature changing.

40‘

60’ Railroad Track Canopy

Wood Curved Bench

Temperature Sensitive Cloud Canopy

Lawn Paving

Dripping Water Feature

50-70°F Above 70°F


INSPIRATION LOVE Sculpture in New York City

INTERPRETATION

Pool Noodles Installation

Sculptural Art

Painting

Art Paving

The paving is inspired by the world famous painting Starry Night by Van Gogh exhibited in MOMA.

Steel Curtain Art Corridor

This block highlights the art stripe, which has a great combination of materials and forms to get people inspired. The interesting shapes and texture of the art stripe can open people’s mind and create topics for strangers to start conversations. It creates a new iconic place for New York visitors as well.

ART

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20’

40‘

60’

Art Corridor

Pool Noodles Installation

Art Paving


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This block is highlighted by the technology stripe. It aims to encourage people to experience and interact with technology. The solar panel path and piano steps make walking an interesting experience. And they can also transform foot traffic into electricity that provides power for the charging station. The art wall uses translucent plastic and people can be creative about the pattern by moving the sticks.

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Swine Palace Amphitheater Design

Individual Project | 2014 Spring | Professor Peter Summerlin

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Our program is to execute a conceptual design and construction documents for the outdoor extention of the Reilly Theater. The program includes a covered pavilion, an amphitheater with seating for 45-60 people approximately, and sufficient pedestrian access from the existing Reilly Theater to the pavilion and ultimately the amphitheater. The construction documents are supposed to clearly define the proposed topographic changes, as well as the structural details for the terracing, pavilion, and stage.

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Visual Lighting Design

Individual Project | 2015 Spring | Professor Jun Zou, Derick Ostrenko

Physical Lighting Model Using the orange compact lighing bulb, fabrics and chipboard model to form a contrast feeling between different materials.

Lighting Interaction (Group Work) This class is based on light works in both real and virtual environment. We learned basic terms about light and how to build models (just for the purposes of studying how light functioning) in both environments.

The wood blocks are used as steps that people can really step on. We use the Processing to trck peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s movement so that the light color changes as people move.

Projection Mapping

Using AfterEffect to do a animation of light outlining. Combine the projector and physical model to show a motion illusion of the object.


Yimeng wang Cornell University Landscape architecture school yimengwin@gmail.com

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