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YUQING ZOU PORTFOLIO 2018 Work Samples 2010-2018 Architecture Design

IMPROVEMENT OF RESIDENTIAL CONDITION FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKERS RESEARCH PROGRAM, 2013-2015


YUQING ZOU

Email zou.y@wustl.edu Phone 3148659691 Address 6151 Waterman Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112

EDUCATION Washington University in St. Louis

St. Louis, MO 08/2015 - 12/2017

Master of Architecture Sichuan University Bachelor of Architecture

Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China 09/2010 - 07/2015

National University of Science and Technology

Taipei, Taiwan 09/2012 - 01/2013

Exchange Student

INTERNSHIP Feeler S. Architects

St. Louis, MO 05/2017 - 08/2017

Architectural Intern Accomplished schematic design and modeling with Revit for office, retail and residential renovation projects Measured and built models with Revit for several office and retail renovation projects Won a hospital project from several competitors by accomplishing a design proposal Improved construction detail drawings with Revit of healthcare and laboratory projects by picking up red lines

Studiolite Design Consultancy Architectural Intern

Shanghai, China 05/2016 - 08/2016

Won a theater project from five competitors with my contributions to accomplishing concept, schematic design, and presentations Completed concept design of a theater project by coordinating with clients, graphic drawings, digital modeling, studying cases and working productively under a tight schedule Presented drawings and diagrams of concept design for a theater renovation project Mentored fresh interns in design studies and Rhino practice Built 3D model using Rhino for interior design of a tea house project

Shiji’antai Architecture and Engineering Design Company Architectural Intern

Beijing, China 07/2013 - 08/2013

Built 3D model for an urban design project for Yinchuan government using Grasshopper and Rhino Managed rendering process by coordinating with relevant departments

Wuxi Architecture Design & Research Institute Company Assistant Architect Organized drawing sheets of completed projects Collected and distributed drawing sheets of ongoing projects from all design groups

Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China 07/2011 - 08/2011


ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Design Thesis -‘Let It Fail’

Washington University in St. Louis 01/2017 - 12/2017

Conducted theoretical research of flood, visited infrastructure along the Mississippi River and summarized as a research thesis Designed a flood institute besides the Mississippi based on prior research thesis Seoul Biennale 2017 International Studio Mapped Dongdaemun with University of Seoul studio using Rhino and Illustrator in Seoul

Washington University in St. Louis 09/2016 - 08/2017

Made site research, micro-production design drawings, and models for Seoul Biennale Exhibition and participated in Biennale International Studio Symposium

Joint Studio with Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris La Villette - Overpasses in Chengdu

Sichuan University 04/2014 - 05/2014

Managed cooperation with visiting students to do measurement, modeling, and drawings Monitored traffic, interviewed with residents and studied impacts of the overpass on trffic, residents, and urban appearance

Improvement of Residential Condition for Construction Workers Led a team to redesign dwellings for construction workers to improve living conditions

Sichuan University 09/2013 - 06/2015

Applied theoretical research of material and precedents to achieving higher cost-efficient design Visited construction sites, and conducted questionnaire survey to collect information to improve design

AWARDS Top 6 Candidates For Pinarchitecture Micro Competition

2015

Winning Proposal for the CMPD 2013 Green Architectural Design Competition

2013

Top 16 Candidates for the 3rd National Solar Building Design Competition

2015

SKILLS Language Mandarin, English Basic Software Microsoft Office Suite, AutoCAD 3D Modeling Revit, Rhinoceros, ArchiCAD, Sketchup, Grasshopper Rendering Maxwell, Vray, Artlantis Graphic Design Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, AfterEffects


CONTENT

1. NO WALL | A FLOOD INSTITUTE OF MISSISSIPPI

Degree Project Fall 2017 in Washington University in St. Louis Location: St. Louis, MO Individual Work

2. HANJI CRAFT CENTER | MICRO-PRODUCTION HOUSING

Studio 512 Fall 2016 in Washington University in St. Louis Location: Seoul, South Korea Individual Work

3. CHEF LIFE | URBAN HOUSE

Studio 511 Spring 2016 in Washington University in St. Louis Location: Washington DC Individual Work

4. STAIRCASE | CLUSTER DWELLING

Studio 419 Fall 2015 in Washington University in St. Louis Location: Berling, Germany Individual Work

5. CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION CENTER

Competition 2013 Location: Wujin, Jiangsu, China Collaboration Work


6. LIVE DREAM | THEATER RENOVATION

2016 May - August Internship in SLT Studio Location: Jiading, Shanghai, China Professional Work

7. TEAHOUSE INTERIOR DESIGN

2016 May - August Internship in SLT Studio Location: Beijing, China (Under Construction) Professional Work

8. CONSTRUCTION DETAILS OF A RESIDENCE

2017 May - August Internship with FSA Architects St. Louis, MO Professional Work

9. FACADE DESIGN OF ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM

Spring 2016 in Washington University in St. Louis Elective Course Collaboration Work

10. ENCLOSORE WITH ADAPTIVE COMPONENT SYSTEMF

Fall 2017 in Washington University in St. Louis Elective Course Collaboration Work

11. MODEL OF MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM

Spring 2013 in Sichuan University Elective Course Collaboration Work


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NO WALL | A FLOOD INSTITUTE OF MISSISSIPPI Studio: Degree Project, Fall 2017 Instructor: Chandler Ahrens St. Louis, MO

Level 1

Site Plan 1”-0” = 512’-0”

Detail Section 1”-0” = 32’-0” 1


Level 2

Level 3

Plans 1”-0” = 256’-0”

Expected Highest Water Level Typical Water Level Expected Lowest Water Level

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Research Building

Southern Entrance

Section Perspective 3


Opening gate of flood wall

Raising bicycle trail

Building landscape to block water and lead water into the Water Plaza

Connecting high level to the river

Surrounding the Water Plaza with program and setting floating room

Lifting up to let people across landscape and opening low entrance

Shifting up one corner

Landform rooftop

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Sections 5

HANJI CRAFT | CENTER MICROPRODUCTION HOUSING Studio: 512, Fall 2016 (Seoul Biennale 2017 International Studio) Instructor: Dongwoo Yim Seoul, South Korea


Ramps to organize all space in the building

Exploding Axon and Floor Plans 6


Seoul Biennale 2017 Drawings(Team Work)

Seoul Biennale 2017 Drawings(Team Work) 7


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Seoul Biennale 2017 Drawings(Team Work) 8


CHEF LIFE | URBAN HOUSE

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Studio: 511, Spring 2016 Instructor: Robert, Cole Washington D.C

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1

Plan Level1

Plan Level2

2 5

8

9

10

2

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1.Restaurant Restroom 2. Restaurant 3. Garden 4. Ktichen and Dining 5. Children's Bderoom 6. Courtyard 7. Living Room 8. Master Bedroom 9. Bathroom 10. Roof Garden

Sectrion 1-1 9

1

3

Teak

4

Bamboo

6

Walnut

7

Mosaic

Concrete


Children's Bedroom When two children grow up, the children's bedroom can be rearranged for two seperation rooms for them.

Plan Level3

Restaurant

Bathroom of Master Bedroom

Exploding Axon

Kitchen 10


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STAIRCASE | CLUSTER DWELLING Studio: 419, Fall 2015 Instructor: Jan Ulmer Bye-Bay, Berlin, Germany Individual Staircase to Livingroom

Level 4: Roof Garden

Individual Bedroom Individual Staircase to Bedroom

Level 3: Public Livingroom Level 2: Individual Bedroom Level 1: Co-working Studio

Conceptual Building Model

Section 1-1 11

Conceptual Units Model


Floor Plans

Courtyard

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CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION CENTER 2013 Competition with Mengmeng Liu and Ping Duan Instructor: Guozhen Chou Wujin District, Changzhou, China Tasks: Team Leader, Main Concept, Rnderings, Diagram, Scripts

Dome Skylight

Raylay

CdTe Thin Film Solar Cell

Winter Noon

Rotating louvers for wind inlets and outlets

Summer Noon

Rotating Support Roof Greening

Connection to the roof

Optical Straight Pipe Water Inlet Steel Structure

Air Outlet Planting Plants Inside

Rainwater Hose

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In spring, autumn and winter, humidity and temperature of outdoor air is comfortable to be guided indoor in the afternoon, with east wind. The ‘caps’ of columns can be rotated towards the east by swinging strut and air vents on 'caps' would be opened to let air into the main space, in order to improve indoor environment.

Main Exhibition

Drain Pipe

Green Column

Atrium

Rainwater temporary storage pool underground

Connection to the floor

Air Intake

Main Exhibition

Towards Constructed Wetlands

Liquid Desiccant

Overhead Space Constructed Wetlands

In summer, exterior temperature is too high to make people comfortable, so air vents would be closed and 'caps' be rotated to west, letting indoor hot and polluted air out. Outdoor air is cooled and cleaned when through entrance and the overhead space, improving indoor air.

Ventilation Diagram


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LIVE DREAM | THEATER RENOVATION Professional Work 2016 May - August Internship for SLT Architects Jiading, Shanghai, China Tasks: Concept Design, Schematic Design, Rhino Modeling

Project Photo

Restroom Elevation 14


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TEAHOUSE INTERIOR DESIGN Professional Work 2016 May - August Internship for SLT Architects Beijing, China (Under Construction) Tasks: Concept Design, Rhino Modeling, Material Testing

800

300

2780

120

2600

120

不锈钢挂杆

2780

300

300

300

200

890

960

750

750

2900

240

UP

650

540

+125.00 960

仓储/设备

+0.00

GAME ROOM

1280

1880

1000

900

5290

500

STORAGE/ MECHANICAL

200 500

3050

+250.00

3340

240

240

准备间

890

800

KITCHENETTE

棋牌室

+250.00

700

700

120

450

280

120

展品 1750

展品

500

500

730

900

600

卫生间

1550

RESTROOM 1470

1750

+0.00

580

320

120

120 1100

2600

320

1580

1000

3050

300

900

1200

740

200

200

40

1510

450

700

3250

1010

610

+0.00

1200

300

500

5000

1200

A/C

500

A/C

DINNING AREA

OFFICE / BOH

300

13200

办公区

1500

2950

宴会区 壁炉

展品

A/C

A/C

TEA HOUSE

300

2870

茶室

2980

展品

200

2000

1000

展品

2000

1000

2000

200

RECEPTION FOYER

300

玄关/接待

MAIN ENTRY

主入口

Rendering 15

Proposed Plan


CONSTRUCTION DETAILS OF A RESIDENCE

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Professional Work 2017 May - August Internship for FSA Architects St. Louis, MO (Under Construction) Tasks: Schematic Design, Revit Modeling, Construction Document

WOOD STAIRS 13 T. @ 11" = 11'-11"

3'-0"

3'-0"

T.O. HANDRAIL

FLASHING AS REQUIRED OVER LEDGER BOARD.

11" TREAD

PRE FINISHED ALUMINUM RAILING SYSTEM 3' - 0" HIGH

1" NOSE

EXISTING F.F. DECK F.F.

PRE FINISHED ALUMINUM RAILING SYSTEM ATTACH FOR MFR. REQUIREMENTS

3"

SECOND FLOOR F.F. FLOOR JOISTS @ 16" O.C. 6" RISE

GALV. STRINGER CONNECTORS

FULLY ADHERED SINGLE PLY 1 ROOFING SYSTEM ON 2" 1 PERLITE BOARD ON 2" SHEATHING ON PREFABRICATED TRUSSES SLOPED TO BACK

3'-1" 2 X 6 TREATED WOOD OR COMPOSITE EVERGRAIN DECKING 1/4" BETWEEN TO DRAIN.

PRE FINISHED ALUMINUM RAILING SYSTEM 3' - 0" HIGH

TREATED WOOD 4 X 4 POST LAG TO TREATED 2X12 BEAM W/ 2 - 1/2" DIA OR COMPOSITE (TYP.) @ 6'-0" O.C. MAX.

2 x 10 TREATED WD FLOOR JOISTS @ 16" O.C. (TYP). GALVANIC JOIST HANGERS AT EACH INTERSECTION

(3) 2 X 12 TREATED WOOD STRINGERS

(2) 2 x 12 TREATED WD. BEAM

12'' ROOF JOISTS @ 12'' O.C.

WOOD STAIRS 24 R. @ 6" = 12'-0"

1'-0" DIA TOP AND 2'-0" DIA BTM CONC. BELLED FDN PIER W/ 2-#4 RODS VERT. (TYPICAL)

TREATED 6 X 6 WOOD POST

12'-0"

2 X 10 LEDGER BOARD LAG WITH 2-1/2" DIAMETER CARRIAGE BOOTS @ 16" O.C

4'-5 1/2"

2 X 10 TREATED LEDGER BOARD LAGG W/ 1/2" BOLTS @ 16" O.C. INTO EXISTING 2 X 10 BAN BOARD.

2 X 6 FRAME WALL SEE WALL SECTION

LAG POST TO STRUCTURE W/ 2 CARRIAGE BOLTS.

3'-6"

2 x 12 TREATED WD FLOOR JOISTS @ 16" O.C. (TYP).

B.O. PIER

5'-6"

1'-0" DIA.

FIRST FLOOR F.F.

R-38 MIN. INSUL. W/ BAFFLES @ EAVES

8" MIN.

1/2" DIA BOLTS THROUGH 6X6 W SIMPSON TIE & ANCHORED TO CONC. PIER (TYP.)

T.O. PIER

1/2" DRYWALL

GRADE

2'-6"

2'-6" MIN.

CONCRETE WALL SEE WALL SECTION

1/2" DIA BOLTS THROUGH 6X6 W SIMPSON TIE & ANCHORED TO CONC. PIER (TYP.)

GRADE

8" (MIN)

1/2" DIA BOLTS THROUGH 6X6 W SIMPSON TIE & ANCHORED TO CONC. PIER (TYP.)

FLOOR JOISTS @ 16" O.C.

DBL. 2 X 4 TOP PLATE

BASEMENT F.F.

BATT INSUL. R-19 MIN. 1/2" DRYWALL

2'-0" DIA. 3"

2 X 4 WD. FIRE STOP @ MID SPAN - TYP.

3' - 6"

10'-0 1/4"

3' - 3"

2 X 4 WD. STUDS @ 16" O.C.

PARAPET COPING W/ GROMMETED FASTENERS

CANT STRIP FLASH AS REQ'D

FULLY ADHERED SINGLE PLY 1 ROOFING SYSTEM ON 2" 1 PERLITE BOARD ON 2" SHEATHING ON PREFABRICATED TRUSSES SLOPED TO BACK

FULLY ADHERED SINGLE PLY 1 ROOFING SYSTEM ON 2" 1 PERLITE BOARD ON 2" SHEATHING ON PREFABRICATED TRUSSES SLOPED TO BACK

1'-8"

3'-6"

CANT STRIP FLASH AS REQ'D

TOP OF PLATE

1'-0"

TOP OF PLATE

TOP OF PLATE

PRE MANUFACTRED ROOF JOISTS @ 12'' O.C. X TRUSS MFR.

DBL. 2 X 4 TOP PLATE

(2) 58 '' TYP. 'X' GYP BOARD AT BOTTOM 1-HOUR

2 X 4 WD. STUDS @ 16" O.C.

10'-0"

10'-0"

4'' BRICK MASONRY WITH NON- CORROSIVE METAL TIES 16'' O.C. EACH WAY

2 X 6 WD. FIRE STOP @ MID SPAN - TYP.

4'' BRICK MASONRY WITH NON- CORROSIVE METAL TIES 16'' O.C. EACH WAY

5 8 '' TYP. 'X' GYP BOARD EACH SIDE 1- HOUR

2X6 TREATED SILL PLATE W/ FIBER GALSS SILL SEALER TOP OF CONC. WALL

1/2" DIA ANCHOR BOLTS 8" MIN INTO CONC. 4'-0" O.C. MIN. 2 - 1 1/2 WASHERS & NUTS

TOP OF FTG.

10" CONC. FDN. WALL W/ 2-#4 RODS CONT. @ TOP & BOTTOM

CONC. FTG. W/CONT. 2 X 4 KEYWAY W/ 2-#4 RODS CONT.

10"

30" (MIN. BELOW GRADE)

4"

TOP OF SLAB

1/2" DIA ANCHOR BOLTS 8" MIN INTO CONC. 4'-0" O.C. MIN. 2 - 1 1/2 WASHERS & NUTS

TOP OF FTG. 8"

CONC. FTG. W/CONT. 2 X 4 KEYWAY W/ 2-#4 RODS CONT.

10"

8"

10" CONC. FDN. WALL W/ 2-#4 RODS CONT. @ TOP & BOTTOM

30" (MIN. BELOW GRADE)

4"

TOP OF SLAB

4"

GRADE VARIES

TOP OF CONC. WALL

4" CONC. GARAGE FLOOR SLAB OVER COMPACTED GRANULAR FILL. SLOPE SLAB 2" MIN. TO O.H. DOOR LOCATIONS.

8"

4" CONC. GARAGE FLOOR SLAB OVER COMPACTED GRANULAR FILL. SLOPE SLAB 2" MIN. TO O.H. DOOR LOCATIONS.

8"

2X6 TREATED SILL PLATE W/ FIBER GALSS SILL SEALER

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FACADE DESIGN OF ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM Elective Course: April 2016 Instructor: Chandler Ahrens Teamwork: with other 3 students

Glass Shingles Metal Frame

Steel Structure

Air Vents Double Glazing

Louvers Central Cooling Lines Artifical Light Central Heating Lines Thermo-Active Building Components

Exploded Assembly Drawing

Illumination Simulation Typical

Wall Section Perspective Typical

Illumination Simulation Dual Facade without Louver

Wall Section Perspective Dual Facade without Louver

Illumination Simulation Dual Facade with Louver

Wall Section Perspective Dual Facade with Louver

fresh air

CHILLER

AHU

Mechanical System & Artificial Lighting 17


ENCLOSORE WITH ADAPTIVE COMPONENT SYSTEMS

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Elective Course: Bim in Practice, Fall 2017 Software: Revit Teamwork: with Heng Gu

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SANTIAGO CALATRAVA VALLS Elective Course: Spring 2013 Material: Wood, Fish Wire, PVC Teamwork: with other 8 students

MODEL OF MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM

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