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ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO

YINGJING MA 2009-2016 MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE TAUBMAN COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN


YINGJING MA http://www.yingjingma.com/ yjma@umich.edu 734.747.2638

EDUCATION

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2014-2016: Taubman College University of Michigan Master of Architecture GPA: 3.82/4.0

LMN Architects, Seattle

2009-2014: School of Architecture and Urban Planning Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) Bachelor of Architecture GPA: 3.4/4.0 (84.5/100)

SKILLS Design AutoCAD Rhino Revit Maya Grasshopper SketchUp Graphic Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign Adobe Acrobat V-ray Mental Ray

AWARDS 04/2016 Burton L. Kampner Memorial Award Honorable Mention Seems Cute Cute Seams 06/2014 Excellent Thesis Award Pinghe Packing Plant Renovation 2011-2012 Academic Year National Encouragement Scholarship

LANGUAGE English

Full Professional Proficiency

Chinese

Native

02/29/2016- 03/04/2016

Extern + accompanied project managers to consultant/ contractor meetings + accompanied project managers to construction supervision on site + assisted making physical and digital models Gluckman Mayner Architects, New York Architectural Intern

06/22/2015- 09/04/2015

+ involved in the schematic design and drawing documents producing of the renovation of Korman Center in Drexel University + assisted with the inspection of the construction drawings + created interior elevation drawings for design development + drew civic engineering diagram based on site survey 03/02/2015-03/06/2015 Gluckman Mayner Architects, New York Extern + created partial elevation drawings for schematic design + assisted with drawing modifications in design development phase + built physical model The Fifth Design Studio Central-South Architectural Design Institute, Wuhan Architectural Intern

07/01/2013-09/30/2013

+ sketched concept design options + assisted with elevation and section drawings for schematic design + edited concept design package

EXHIBITIONS & RESEARCH College Gallery Thesis Honors Exhibition Team Leader + thesis design in collaboration with two partners + created final drawings and models

05/2016-09/2016

Library Exhibition Ellie Abrons: Inside Things Team Member + created final drawings + explored representation options + assisted physical model fabrication

02/2016-03/2016

Translation of Professional Book (English to Chinese) 12/2012-6/2014 Translation Team Member “Adapting Buildings and Cities for Climate Change” by Sue Roaf translated chapters 9-11, proofread translation of chapters 6- 8 Undergraduate Innovation Research Program of HUST 04/2012-12/2013 Research Project Leader “The Design Strategies for Livable Senior Citizens’ Dwellings based on Open Architecture Theory” 09/2012 Paper Publication "Discuss on the Origami's Application in the Temporary Building Design and Construction." Huazhong Architecture 9 (2012): 008 with Liming Zhang, Yuanzhi Lv


CONTENTS

STREET LIFE IN THE AIR| STREET BUILD COMMUNITY SPRING 2015

GROUNDED TODetroit| MIXED USE APARTMENT FALL 2014

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MIXED USE HOUSING

SHOPPING EXTREME| BOOM-FROM-BUST SPRING 2013

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HOUSING + PLANNING

19-26

COMMERCIAL + URBAN DESIGN

SEEMS CUTE2 SEAMS| UNCANNILY CUTE SEAGRAM BUILDING SPRING 2016

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GRADUATE THESIS

ADDITIONAL SAMPLES REVIT MODELING + DRAWING | THE KOLNER BRETT

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SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES | RESDENTIAL TOWER

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NTERNSHIP | KORMAN CENTER RENOVATION

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INTERNSHIP | CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT

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BUILDING SYSTEM

STREET LIFE IN THE AIR |STREETS BUILD COMMUNITY Project Location: Singapore Collaborators: Gaurav Sandara, Qing Sun Instructor: Claudia Wigger Tower is inevitable for dense districts like Singapore. To explore the possibility of maintaining vibrant street life in the air, this project organizes streets in the planning, arranges streets around the tower, invites the streets to each unit entrance. All units are developed from typical units in traditional Singapore blocks. Duties: Unit+Tower designing, Plan+Section drawing, Diagram Drawing, Digital+ physical modeling

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LIVING CONDITION

VILLAGE+TOWER

SEMI-PLANNED

COURT

PORCH OUTDOORS

CELEBRATE WALKWAY

WHAT WE GET

ALLEY

WHAT WE PROPOSE

WHAT WE ENJOY

STRATEGY ANALYSIS

LIVING = OUTDOOR

CORRIDOR >>> STREET

IDEAL= HOME + OUTDOOR

user-buildable

corridor inside

ACCESS OR VIEW

outside

CONNECT TO ADD DENSITY

roving wall

street

interaction room deck SHARED OUTDOORS

TYPOLOGY ANALYSIS

CIRCULATION AS STREET

CLUSTER FORMATION

UNFIXED UNITS

UNIT VARIATION 2


STREET HIERARCHY

SITE PLAN [Tower and Street Hierarchy]

PRIMARY STREET

SECONDARY STREET

TERTIARY STREET 3


UNIT ISOMETRIC DIAGRAM [Two Types of Units [Interaction Room With Streets]

SECOND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

11 .5

14

M

M

SECOND FLOOR

7.5

FIRST FLOOR M

5M

UNIT TYPE1

UNIT TYPE2

DEVELOPED FROM SHOP HOUSE

STUDIO

CHILDREN GAME ROOM

DEVELOPED FROM BUNGALOW

PIANO CLASSROOM

SHOP

STAGE 4


TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN [Horizontal Streets Across Building]

BUILDING SYSTEM DIAGRAM

CLUSTER + UNIT TYPE

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CIRCULATION

WET WALL + PLUMBING


TOWER SECTION A-A [‘Void Deck’ Across Building]

PLANTED TERRACE LIGHT SPORT

BRIDGE CONNECTOR

localised void decks are planned as semi-outdoor + semi-publicspaces interspersed across the building and serve as pause points

DAYCARE

2.5 meter offsets allow building interior to open up for air and void decks BRIDGE CONNECTOR

VOID DECK cross connections across building bays open into void decks to allow for spontaneous interactions

DECK CONNECTOR

2.5 meter offsets occur every eight storeys

TERRACE GARDEN

STAIRCASE CONNECTOR

void-decks are planned to be built as per users’ collective requirements

EXERCISE PRIMARY STREET TERTIARY STREET

ENTRANCE LOBBY

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UNIT PERSPECTIVE SECTION [Unfixed Amenity] [Interaction Room With Street]

11.5m or

noon sun 8 mm fixed glazing panel

25 mm partition walls to allow bedroom 2 to be combined with study

bedroom 2

lounge

sliding door terrace 3 morning and evening sun

1.8 m cantilvered slab in reinforced cement concrete

slide-fold door

terrace 1

deck 1800

7

living

dining 3000

3000 currently


2.5 m STREET

r 14 m UNIT

200

200 mm brick infill wall

10 mm glazing within aluminum channel, as operable window

bedroom 1

2600

terrace 2 200 mm thick RC parapet Wall 5mm glass panel embedded

reinforced cement concrete two-way slab spanning 5 m

200

plexi-glass sheet between aluminum mullion system acting as translucent wall

2600

200 2 1/2’ Roving Wall snack-bar counter

‘interaction room’ kitchen 3000 currently

music - coaching 200

3000

corridor-street 2500

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SECTIONAL AXO 230 x 75 mm Stone Coping 200 mm Thick RC Parapet Wall 2 coats of Exterior Water proofing Emulsion

terrace Aluminum Channel with Aluminum Brackets at 1 m c/c Aluminum Flashing

25 mm Ch 25 mm Ce 40 mm So 20 mm Va 200 mm R 2-coats of

5 mm Glass Embedded in a 20 x 20 mm Side-Hung Window 300 x 20 mm Timber Sill 10 mm Timber Nosing 200 x 50 mm Timber Joist

bedroom

1250 mm Cantilever

25 mm Te 25 mm Ce 40 mm So 200 mm R 2-coats of 400 x 200 50 mm wi

230 x 75 mm Stone Coping 200 mm Thick RC Parapet Wall 2-coats of Exterior Waterproofing Emulsion 5 mm Glass Panel Embedded

deck

350 mm Soil Fill 120 mm Sand & Gravel Mixture 15 mm Filter Membrane (Sloped @ 1:100)

living

30 x 100 m 25 mm Ce 40 mm So 200 mm R 2-coats of 50 mm wi 125 x 80 m

25 mm Wa 175 mm S

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ONOMETRIC + CONSTRUCTION DETAILS [Tropical-living ‘Staggered Facade’ Conditions

hina-Mosaic Flooring ement Mortar ound & Thermal Insulation apor Retarder Reinforced Cement Concrete Slab f Velvet-finished Paint

BUILDING ROOFTOP

INNER STREET SECTIONAL MODEL

SECOND erazzo Flooring ement Mortar ound & Thermal Insulation Reinforced Cement Concrete Slab f Velvet-finished Paint mm RC Beam Embedded in RC Slab ide Aluminum Channel for Sliding-Folding Panels

LEVEL - RESTING

FIRST LEVEL - LIVING UNIT TYPE: LOFT-STUDIO

mm Timber Planks ement Mortar ound & Thermal Insulation Reinforced Cement Concrete Slab f Velvet-finished Paint ide Aluminum Channel for Sliding-Folding Panels mm Timber Joist Screwed to RC Slab

GREEN DECK SECTIONAL MODEL

ater-Proofing Membrane Layer Sunk RC Slab

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DISTRICT NETWORK

GROUNDED TODetroit|MIXED-USE APARTMENT Project Location: Detroit, USA Collaborator: Peter Choi Instructor: Douglas Kelbaugh Followed the prospect of Transit Oriented Development(TOD) of Detroit, six sites in midtown Detroit are developed to provide a connected, walkable, sustainable and quality improved community. Our site, among those six, envisioned how the collective living between artists, students, and seniors can be organized around a shared courtyard in a mixed use apartment. Duties: Digital modeling, Plan+Section drawing, Diagram Drawing

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NEW CENTER DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT With a small Amtrak station locating at the heart, the availability of land around it is ideal for Transit-oriented Development (TOD).

RETAIL

HOUSING

RECREATION

STATION

OFFICE

PARKING

HOTEL

Situated in the New Center of Detroit, within a short distance from Amtrak Station and surrounded by artists, students, and seniors, the site provides senior housing, work-live spaces, and family residences. The gallery, and the statue park, the workshops for the residents, especially the older people, make the site not only a purely residential area but also an incubator for new business and a mix group community. 12


GROUND FLOOR PLAN

AMSTERDAM ST

[Mixed Use Apartment Centered Around The Courtyard]

WORKLIVE LEAN ZONE OFFICE UP

STORAGE

UP

AMSTERDAM ST

STORAGE UP

RETAIL

CASS AVE

N

CLAY CLASSROOM

OFFIC

GALLERY

A

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CLAY CLASSROOM


B

UP

WORKSHOP

STORAGE

KITCHEN

CE

A UP

LOBBY

DINING

UP

LOBBY

CASS AVE

B

The programs both inside and out offer a sharing community with a social courtyard. The courtyard is an inclusive space, surrounded by an artists’ workshop, a senior classroom, and a shared exhibition gallery.

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PROGRAM DIAGRAM

CIRCULATION DIAGR SENIOR HOUSING SKIP STOP (TWO OR THREE) SKIP STOP (STUDIO) PARTY ROOM WORK LIVE WORK SHOP DINING AMENITY PARKING LOT GALLERY RETAIL COMMUNITY GARDEN

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rd ste

Am

Ca

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St


RAM

Program Description:

VEHICULAR ROUTE (PUBLIC) VEHICULAR ROUTE (SERVICE) PEDESTRIAN ROUTE (PUBLIC) PEDESTRIAN ROUTE (RESIDENTIAL) STAIRCASE CORE AND CIRCULATION ELEVATOR CORE

The programs both inside and out offer a sharing community with a social courtyard. The courtyard is an inclusive space, surrounded by an artists’ workshop, a senior classroom, and a shared exhibition gallery. The long corridor in the building - connecting senior housing and skip-stop apartments gives a shared commuter space which includes a library, conference room and a fitness area on the second floor. The project also features flexible areas for retail and galleries. Circulation Description: Cass Avenue and Amsterdam Street serve the circulation for most vehicular and pedestrian transportation. The back alley of the site allow residents’ vehicles to go to underground parking and service vehicles of the workshops and restaurants to commute. Each of the housings has its own lobby. Also, the egress stairs within the evacuation distance of the dead end corridor secure the evacuation for emergencies.

am

rd ste

St

Am

Ca

ss Av e

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SOUTH ELEVATION

HOUSING

SKIP STOP UNIT

The skip stop units system brings benefits which first guarantees the south sunlight for all units, and then improves the efficiency by saving circulation spaces.

The lower floor of the larger unit enjoys generous space for family gathering or guests reception. And the upper floor includes a full master bedroom, as well as a family library with reading area. The balcony invites the residents to sharing courtyard and warm sunshine. The north end units provides multiple choices .

HOUSING

SKIP STOP UNIT

Parallel to the larger unit, the smaller unit of the skip stop pair provides another choice of smaller families, or students who require a more economical life style.

SOUTH ELEVATION [Mixed Use Apartment Centered Around The Courtyard]

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SENIOR HOUSING CORRIDOR UNIT

The compact unit fulfill the demands of all the senior citizens. Also the west facing balcony offers a corner for pleasant afternoon tea time.

SENIOR HOUSING CORRIDOR END UNIT

The corridor end unit enjoys the large south facing balcony and duplex suit with both a bedroom and a study room. It also features for its roomy bathroom with facilities to secure the healthy life of senior citizens.

WEST ELEVATION [Mixed Use Apartment Centered Around The Courtyard]

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URBAN DESIGN

SHOPPING EXTREME |BOOM-FROM-BUST Project Location: Wuhan, China Individual Project Instructor: Mei Jiang The extreme sports commercial park, emphasizing stimulations of shopping in experience process, is a reform of the traditional commercial style of Jiefang Road of the1990s. This project attempts to connect discrete surrounding resources in function, and sight.

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SITE INTRODUCTION As the most prosperous commercial street of Wuhan in the 90s, Jiefang Rd owns valuable resources in transportation and tourism, for instance, the Yellow Crane Tower and Yangtze River Bridge. However, Jiefang Rd is in recession due to failure in commercial orientation and resources integration.

B A C TRAIN ON YANGTZE RIVER BRIDGE

D LANE HUBU

A YELLOW CRANE TOWER

B WUHAN YANGTZE RIVER BRIDGE

D LANE HUBU

(ancient tower)

(first bridge across Yangtze River, 1957)

(national famous street for the typical street food of Wuhan)

AREA DEMOGRAPHY SURVEY According to the site survey results, the commercial program composition is of a monotone, mainly either retail or restaurants. Moreover, the age of the group shopping here concentrates on a older range. Specific commercial program targeting at younger people should be added. An experiencing shopping is also able to bring more vibrancy.

NODE Snake Hill retail

PROGRAM COMPOSITION

entertainment

8%

retail

5%

restaurant

GROUP AGE COMPOSITION

5% 18-30 yr 14%

hotel

hotel

6-18 yr

5%

entertainment

17%

65%

finance

36%

30-55 yr

restaurant

> 55 yr

finance

45%

SITE PROPOSAL RELAXING

DINING

RETAIL

DINING

RETAIL

The polar offers an example of a business model with specific targeting group.

TRAVELING EXPERIENCING

DRINKING

RELAXING

RETAIL RELAXING

Experiencing shopping consists of the main part of the poject and has the biggest capacity to be connected with other programs like traveling and dining

EXPERIENCING

DINING

DRINKING

Extreme sports park, extreme retail and supporting dining and cafe together generate a cluster which will benefit area traveling and shoping popularity.

TRAVELING

RETAIL DRINKING

DINING

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PART4 RESTAURANT & CAFE

PART 1 EXTREME SPORTS PARK

PART2 SITE: CHILDREN GAME PLATFORM

PART1 SITE: EXTREME SPORTS PARK

PART3 SITE: EXTREME YC T

ORI C CHIL C

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CHIL C


PART3 EXTREME SPORTS PLAZA

PART2 CHILDREN GAME PLATFORM

E SPORTS PLAZA

PART4 SITE: RESTAURANT & CAFE YC T

YC T

C

CHIL C

L HB

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RESTING STANDS

ROLLER SLIDES

RESTING STANDS

VINE

WATER & BAR

REST & COMMUNAL

STAIRS TO THE BRIDGE

ROLLER SLIDES

TOTAL HEIGHT

ADDITIONAL LAYER

CORRESPONDENCE RELATIONSHIP

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LAYER TWISTED

GAME PLATFORM

SLID

AMENITY ARR


L1

L2

L3

L4

L1

L2

DE HANGED

RANGEMENT

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25


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BUILDING AESTHETICS

SEEMS CUTE2 SEAMS |UNCANNILY CUTE SEAGRAM BUILDING Thesis Honorable Mention Project Location: New York, USA Collaborators: Stefan Klecheski, Siwei Ren Instructor: Matias Del Campo How can cuteness be deployed in architecture? Is there a relationship between the uncanny and the cute? By proposing a perversion of Mies’ architecture of sobriety, we unpack the field of aesthetic categories extant in architecture today. Cute forms are agglomerated, as a means to unpack the Seagram Building’s unique quality, and as a means to investigate cute effects and tectonics. Duties: Tower modeling, Rendering, Plan+Section drawing, Diagram Drawing, Digital Fabrication

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28


TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN [Squeezing and Growing: Special Effect]

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A-A SECTION [Uncannily Cute: Squeezing and Growing]

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31


TOP FLOOR INTERIOR RENDERING 32


FABRICATION STRATEGY This uncannily cute Seagram Building can be built with sheet material. To prove that, these three stages serve as the mock-up prototypes demonstrating how the panels work as the complexity of the geometries increase. They are divided and combined by the finger joints, which offer perfect solution bridging the design and build. The fundamental strategy is dividing the sphere into horizontal strips or panels, A Grasshopper script is developed to add fins along the edges and to guarantee that they are matching side by side. These stages suggest that any space and geometry can be treated as the combination of basic spheres and can be further subdivided into panels. Thus, the whole building can be built in sheet materials. Moreover, the shape of seams, constituted by the finger joints will largely influence the impression as well as the physical performance of the whole building at large.

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STAGE 1

STAGE 2

STAGE 3

OPEN END SPHERE

DOUBLE END OPEN SPHERE

CLOSED END SPHERE

PANEL AND JOINT

PANEL AND JOINT

PANEL AND JOINT

OPEN END SPHERE MOCK-UP

In Stage1, a simple sphere with an opening to allow connection to the following geometry is built.

DOUBLE END SPHERE MOCK-UP

In Stage2, a irregular sphere with double openings is fabricated. Meanwhile, those two openings are much more integrated to the geometry.

CLOSED END SPHERE MOCK-UP

In Stage3, two spheres are precisely connected generating a enclosed geometry.

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REVIT SESSION

THE KOLNER BRETT |REVIT DRAFTING Project Location: Cologne, Germany Designed By: B&K+ Architecture All drawings completed in the REVIT session of the System Studio in Spring, 2015. The project is a multi-family housing project designed by B&K+ Architecture with 8 units locating in Cologne.

N

SITE PLAN Scale: 1”= 80’-0’

MASSING Scale: 1/64”=1’-0’ 36


12

12

-

8

22

2921

8

22

2921

11 1028 18 ---

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11 --- 1028 18

Level 5 36' - 0" Level 4 27' - 0" Level 5 36' - 0" Level 3 18' - 0" Level 4 27' - 0" Level 2 9' - 0" Level 3 18' - 0" Level 1

1-1 SECTION

0' - 0" Level 2 9' - 0"

Scale: 1/16”= 1’-0’

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 5 36' - 0" Level 4 27' - 0" Level 5 36' - 0" Level 3 18' - 0" Level 4 27' - 0" Level 2 9' - 0" Level 3 18' - 0" Level 1 0' - 0" Level 2 9' - 0"

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Scale: 1/16”= 1’-0’

Level 1 0' - 0"


OVERALL AND MASSING BUILDING TYPE

Residential

TOTAL SITE AREA

34285SF

FAR

1.8

LOT COVERAGE PERCENTAGE TYPE1: STUDIO ONE

35%

TOTAL BUILDING AREA (GROSS)

60000SF

Total Building Footprint

12000SF

Number of Floors

5

Number of Buildings

1

FENESTRATION Main Building Orientation

Northwest, Southweat

Building Depth Percentage of Glazing on Facade TYPE2: STUDIO TWO

85’-3” 60%

SYSTEM STRUCTURE Composite Steel Frame and Concrete Deck System HVAC Radiant Heating, Hydronic System SUSTAINABLE SYSTEM Gray Water Recycling System in Retention Pond

TYPE3: STUDIO THREE

TYPE4: STUDIO FOUR

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SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

RESIDENTIAL TOWER STRATEGIES Project Location: Istanbul, Turkey Instructor: Jong-jin Kim According to the climate features of Istanbul, posBACARDI BUILDING FACADE RENOVATION sible climate strategies includes utilizing the sea breeze, taking advantage of the topography VEGETATION+SHADING

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and

making separate strategies for winter and sum-

WESTERN WALL mer period. GREEN THERMAL BUFFER SYSTEM

VEGETATION+SHADING ON FACADES

Ventilation Strategies: Ventilation Core The integration of vegetationa and shading facilities serve mainly on the west facade to shade protect t-

Energy Strategies: Trombe Wall, Wind Turbine, he indoor spaces.Solar Thermal Panels

Sun collector can also be installed in the belcony to

provide plants electricity for the building. Green Strategies: Roof Garden, Balcony

vegetation

solar collector EAST FACADE IN SUMMER

EAST FACADE

Climate Fea

Winter: Cold

shading

Summer: Ho

Comfort Hou Plants on the blank west facing facade helps the heat insulation.

Whole year:9

solar collector

Month 5-8:5 Month11-2: WEST FACADE IN SUMMER

WEST FACADE

ROOF GARDEN ROOF GARDEN

The roof garden provide an extra outer space for the residents.

The roof garden provides an extra outer space for the residents.

Plant sedum plant which is easy to survive or economical plant to grow food

Plant sedum plant which is easy to survive or commercial plants to produce food.

Solar solar Collector collector

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roof gar Roof Gar


PASSIVE COOLING STRATEGIES STONE THRMAL BUFFER

E IN WINTER

atures:

d + Wet

DOUBLE-DECK FLOOR VENTILATION SYSTEM

ot + Dry

urs:

904 Hours

508 Hours 9 Hours

E IN WINTER

rden rden High temperature and high humidity

Using the fan to reduce sensitive temperature

Using the fan to enhance ventilation is a low-carbon, energy-efficient, effective way.

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INTERNSHIP

KORMAN CENTER RENOVATION

DOUBLE HEIGHT LOUNGE LOUNGE AREA

06/2015 - 08/2015 Internship Firm: Gluckman Mayner Architects Project Location: Philadelphia Supervisor: Robert White, Xiaopeng Wang

EVENT ROOM STUDY AREA ‘FRONT PORCH’ CH’

By creating a front porch with a light steel structure, the Korman Center renovation project optimized both the internal communal space and the relationship between the building and the quad. Cooperated with colleagues, I was responsible for documenting the original building conditions, drafting new plans and sections, as well as digital modeling and rendering.

SCREEN

SUN CONTROL THE QUAD

ACTIVATES QUA INDOOR/OUTDO

DU

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DUCTBANK OFFI CE OFFI CE

DOUBLE HEIGHT LOUNGE SEATING

OFFICE

THE QUAD T EA CHIN G

‘FRONT PORCH’ OFFI CE LOUNGE AREA

DOUBLE HEIGHT LOUNGE SEATING

CIRCULATION

OPEN STAIR

SERVICECEE

N T EACHING

SUPPOR T

First Floor Plan

INTIMATE INTIMATE STUDENT STUDENT SPACE SPACE

CREEN

SUN TROL

LOUNGE AREA

OFFICE

OPEN STUDY

OPENGROUP STUDY STUDY

GROUP STUDY

EVENT SPACE EVENT SPACE

CONNECTION CONNECTION TO QUAD TO QUAD

FRONT FRONT PORCH PORCH

AD VATES QUAD OOR OR/OUTDOOR

UCTBANK DUCTBANK

THE QUAD

DOUBLE-HEIGHT DOUBLE-HEIGHT CELEBRATORY CELEBRATORY

LOUNGE LOUNGE

LOUNGE

LOUNGE

ENTRY VESTIBULE

THE QUAD

ENTRY VESTIBULE

DUCTBANK

DUCTBANK

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INTERNSHIP

COMMERCIAL COMPLEX 07/2013 - 09/2013 Internship Firm: CSADI Project Location: Hubei, China Supervisor: Fei Li, Weiping Wang The project is a commercial complex locating in Hubei, China. My duties include drafting the enlarged plan of restrooms and stair cores, as well as the detailed wall section and staircase sections in the construction document phase.

Enlarged Bathroom Plan

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Wall Section

Enlarged Staircase Section

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