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Yu we i , Zha n g E x p er imen t o f A mb ience a nd R e p re s en ta t ion


CURRICULUM VITAE

YUWEI ZHANG Baiziwan Road, B1 R2911, 100022. Beijing, China. 28/06/1992 Nationality: Chinese 0086 18645200628 joeytheyuwei@hotmail.com www.yuweizhang.tumblr.com A hardworking architecture student concerned about solving practical problems in artistic architectural languages, with strong design skills and always highly motivated. EDUCATION September 2012 - June 2014 BA (Hons) Architecture (2:1), University of Liverpool, UK September 2010 - June 2014 BEng Architecture (2:1), Xi'an Jiaotong- Liverpool University, CN LANGUAGES Chinese - Native Speaker English - IELTS Overall Band Score 7.5 (June 2014)

SKILLS

ACTIVITIES

Architectural Skill: Physical Modelling, Free- hand Sketch, Photograph, Collage. Digital Modelling: R hinoceros, SketchUp, A utodesk 3dsMax, Autodesk Revit. Digital Drawing: Autodesk AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign. Maxwell, Vray. Rendering: Microsoft Office Suite. Other Skills:

2014 RIBA "The Northern Soul" Charrette, UK 2014 City of Dreams 2015 Pavilion Competition, US (Individual Competition) 2014 Liverpool School of Architecture "Low- Cost Tower" Design Competition, Liverpool, UK 2013 University Skydiving Club, Liverpool, UK 2013 University Fencing Club, Liverpool, UK 2012 Jinji Lake Half Marathon, Suzhou, China 2012 Enactus Elite Program, Suzhou, China (Awarded "Outstanding Performance Award") 2011 XJTLU Student Ambassador, Suzhou, China 2011 Volunteer of Jinji Lake Half Marathon, Suzhou, China (Awarded "Outstanding Volunteer Award") 2011 Founder and Organizer of University Charity Party, Suzhou, China 2010 Architecture Department Basketball Team, Suzhou, China 2010 Team Leader of External Liasion Department in University Student Union, Suzhou, China. (Awarded "Excellent Leader of Student Union Award")

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE September 2014 - Present Architectural Assistant, Plasma Studio, Beijing, China Projects Involved: Main Building of 11th China International Gardening EXPO, Zhengzhou, China. (Architectural Design) Zhuhai Haitian Park, Zhuhai, China. (Landscape Design) Xianglu Bay Urban Complex, Zhuhai, China. (Urban Design) June 2014 - September 2014 Intern, Natural Build Architecture, Shanghai, China Projects Involved: Sichuan Chengdu Primary School, Chengdu, China. (Architectural Design)


Personal Statement Yuwei Zhang After several years of architectural education, I found that architecture has always allowed me to combine my interests and the strongest aspects of my personality, an enthusiasm in art and design, and a manner of precise solution for practical problems. I was fascinated with art and design at a very young age, and I have always been comfortable when I am being creative. Meanwhile, my characters of sovling problems with calmness and sense were also the features I would like to keep in the future career. Since architecture is a perfect combination of these, I started my study of architecture based on a strong interest and motivation, which is absolutely a fortunate chance for me. After graduating from the Liverpool School of Architecture with a degree of BA (Hons) Architecture and working in practice for a few months, I am still keeping the firm faith of dedicating my career to architecture. However, through the process of working, I realised the current knowledge that I mastered is insufficient to deal with some architectural problems, I need a more systematic education to enhance my skills and extent my scope of architecture. Because of the renowned teaching quality and strong staff team, MArch programme of Architecture in the University of Edinburgh is undoubtedly an ideal approach for me to pursue my idea of being an architect. I understand the architecture as a collaborative and multidisciplinary art, which improves through thinking, discussing, responding and practicing. Architectural language could be translated sensitively in a practical way, that is what I believe fascinating about architecture. As a media of integrating nature and human beings, architecture could be perceived by atmosphere, rhythm, transparency, or even harshness. I believe the further study in the University of Edinburgh will provide me with more comprehesive and sophisticated ways of architectural design. That is what I am expecting to find out in my postgraduate study. I am so yearn for representing my architectural thoughts in artistic ways, and the gorgeous city of Edinburgh will definately bring me lots of inspirations. My hypothetical thesis project will focus on re-prospering the industrial cities around the world. Since the worldwide industrial transformation, a large amount of industrial sites and products are abandoned and becoming useless. This caused a huge waste of resources and some cities are being ghost cities. Detroit, for instance, was one of the most flourishing motor cities in the world. It is now however becoming a city of crime and degeneration. According to Henri Bergson (1907), “What we do depends on who we are; but it is necessary to add also that we are, to a certain extent, what we do, and that we are creating ourselves continually�. What if we break down such as a car factory or even a car in to a certain extent and explore the potentials to reuse them as architectural elements? By creating some disassembling, sorting and assembling units, can we batch the abandoned induatrial elements into the new parts of our cities? As a new interpretation of industrial city, I intend to create a series units to form a system which could accomplish disassembling, sorting, and assembling process in the system, transfering old industrial pieces into new ones. Regarding to my professional experience, after experiencing several exciting projects, not only enhenced my theoretical understandings of architecture, but also brought me brand new methodologies of solving practical architectural problems. This outside education makes me able to develop a maturer and more coherent approach of doing architectural projects. During the period of working, I also participated in several large scale and urban design projects. These make me capable of dealing with various scales of architectural projects. I am delighted to say that I enjoyed the time working in an architectural practice and I believe the experience will allow me to take next steps in my further study with confidence and enthuasism. My respect for MArch programme in the University of Edinburgh is immense, and I will be very delighted to be part of it. Living in this gorgeous city and studying in a top university will be a memorable experience of my life. I appreciate the time taken to read this and I am looking forward a satisfying result.


CONTENTS SPATIAL PLANNING _ a Reinvention of Primary School

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Location: Liverpool, UK. Type: Individual Academic Work. Time: January 2013 - June 2013. Level: Year 2, Second Semester. Supervisor: Torsten Schmidt (Torstens@liverpool.ac.uk)

URBAN INFILL _ a Programmed Passageway

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Location: Liverpool, UK. Type: Individual Academic Work. Time: September 2013 - January 2014. Level: Year 3, First Semester. Supervisor: James Jones (J.Jones@liverpool.ac.uk)

HOME TRUTH _ a New Terrace in the City

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Location: Liverpool, UK. Type: Individual Academic Work. Time: January 2014 - June 2014. Level: Year 3, Second Semester (Final academic project). Supervisor: Sandy Britton (Sandy.Britton@liverpool.ac.uk)

LANDSCAPE URBANISM _ a Coastal Park in Zhuhai

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Location: Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, China Type: Professional Work. Time: October 2014 (Two Weeks) Contribution: Diagram Drawings, Detail Drawings, Modelling. Supervisor: Chuan Wang (cw @ plasmastudio.com) Va ni shin g E i ffel, D i g i ta l Col la g e, Pa r i s , 2013

Cooperators: Yujun Zou, Zhi Liu

N.B. All the drawings in this portfolio in the individual academic works are done and possessed by Yuwei Zhang. The professional work as stated is the courtesy of Plasma Studio and the drawings appeared in this portfolio are used under the permission of Plasma Studio. The ownership of the drawings are indicated in the due page.


SPATIAL PLANNING _ a Reinvention of Primary School Location: Liverpool, UK Type: Individual Academic Work Tutor: Torsten Schmidt (Torstens@liverpool.ac.uk) Second Year Second Semester Studio Project This scheme aimed to evaluating the spatial planning skills in a medium scale primary school project. According to the given schedule accommodation, each of the classroom has a individual outdoor space and the whole scheme also provides students and staff with abundant outdoor space and public spaces. This new interpretation of Open Air School comes up with a resolution of primary school within the urban context.

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The site is located within the boundary of the city centre of Liverpool, adjacent to the University of Liverpool. The context gathers several critical city infrastructure including police station, nursery, university and to the east of the site is a large area of residence.

CON C E PT UA L IL L U S T R AT ION

This conceptual illustration is inspired by Openluchtschool (Open Air School) in Amsterdam (1930) by Johannes Duiker. The original purpose of this type of arrangement was designed to prevent and combat the widespread rise of tuberculosis between the World Wars. This scheme aimed to reinterpret the Open Air Movement in a modern way and bring happiness, health and joyful school time to the students.

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specialist teaching, information technology labs

plant & facilities

classrooms

core double height space (reading, recreation, play, assembly, teaching)

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hall pysical education, playing, dining, assembly

small group study rooms

storage

staff & administration

hygiene & toilets

DI AG R A M M AT IC S PAT I A L A R R A N G E M E N T S I T E L O C AT ION

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Entrances

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The staff entrace and student entrance are located in the different sides of the school, so that the students' routes and staff routes are seperated. In addition, the staff entrance could also be used for loading and unloading supplies of school because it is close to the major store rooms. The outdoor terraces provide teaching staff and students with a semi- public space during the breaks of the classes. Each of the classroom has a small outdoor terrace as well.

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1 80mm double glazing 2 Air tight barrier 3 50mm cavity 4 Vapour permeable membrane 5 Cavity insulation 6 Interior wall finishing 7 Concrete flooring 8 Floor insulation 9 Concrete floor screed 10 Vapour membrane 11 Sand blinding 12 Drainage Pipe 13 Concrete foundation 14 Steel reinforcement bar

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Interior View

Classroom Interior View

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URBAN INFILL _ a Programmed Passageway Location: Liverpool, UK Type: Individual Academic Work Tutor: James Jones (J.Jones@liverpool.ac.uk) Third Year First Semester Studio Project

As part of the material study, this urban infill project aimed to explore the potential of metal and stone on a small sized passageway gallery. The scheme aimed to create a pleasant process of passing through this urban passage by the interferences of horizontal structures and heavy-weighted gallery spaces.

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The site is located within the territory of Liverpool city centre, significantlly situates in the middle of a "city passage". This route connects the historically famous Bold Street, "FACT" media centre (1) and a series of city identities, has a very strong continuity both visually and architecturally. Since the significance of this passage, the scheme was aimed to create pleasant spaces or another cultural site within the city centre area. Picture 3&4 showing the current condition of the site and city layers are shown in pic. 5.

Collage of Site Condition

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REFERENCES Since the limited use of materials and restricted context, the project aimed to build distinct atmosphere via the combination of context, volume, space and materiality. The ambience of "passageway'' is achieved by the variation of size, volume, material and even shadow. Focusing on the process of passing through the passage, pedestrians are guided by the pure form and volume of the architecture, experiencing "up and down", "in and out" while penetrating the spaces.

INSPIRATIONS Due to the conditions of the site, light-weight and heavyweight should be combined in order to cater the function of passageway and gallery spaces. This scheme took the composition of the brushed as an ispiration in terms of the form of the building, which combined light-weight side (handle) and heavy-weight part (brush). Shadow as an impertant element of space largely determines the atmosphere of the space. A tatic collaboration between shadow, light and material could make the space even more dramatic. Stone as a kind of heavy weight material, brings a feel of quite and peaceful. Appropriate use of light will enhance the experience of quietness. DIAGRAMMATIC INTRODUCTION B

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In order to accomodate the limitations of the site, So that the heavy- weight stone volumes are set on The size of the volumes are varied to create different The scheme simultaneously has public, semi-public the horizontal interferences are introduced as lightthe other side of the site as the gallery spaces. quality of spaces and visual layers. and private accessbility within different quality of weight structures into the site. spaces.

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AXON OME T R IC S E CT ION (N.B. The roofs in this drawing has been removed and some solid walls are treated as transparent in order to show the internal space.) 15


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MATERIALITY This project was restricted unsing stone and metal. Using slate as exterior finishing in a mostly rainy city like Liverpool could save a lot of time on maintaining, because it could be flushed and cleaned by the rain water. Corten steel separation walls build semi pulic spaces in the passage, also enrich the colour of the building.

Slate Walls

Corten Steel Separation Walls

Quartzite Flooring

Polished Steel Ceiling

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HOME TRUTH _ a New Terrace in the City Location: Liverpool, UK Type: Individual Academic Work Tutor: Sandy Britton (Sandy.Britton@liverpool.ac.uk) Third Year Second Semester Studio Project In preparing for the profession, this project of Third Year will tackle head on the problem of providing well designed, spacious and energy efficient housing which meets the social needs and requirements of a Liverpool community. The modular plugins are used in the scheme as a way to improve the quality of space of in the rear of the houses. 19


HOUSING STUDY Refer to the researches and observations on the current terrace houses, there is a very interesting phenomenon that the front of houses are normally neat and repetitive, but at the back of the house the elevations are varied by various extentions. As can be seen in the pictures the current quaility of rear alley spaces are a bit unpleasant. However, these spaces have a lot of potential to be developed as pleasant spaces and even show the identity of the community. The concept of this scheme is aimed to give the occupants freedom to customized their back house of the houses using differrent sizes and materials, at the meantime, these extensions will create a diverse and pleasant community space.

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P ie t M on dr i a n - C om p o s i t ion A Fu r n i t u re De s i g n - C a b in e t R o om E x te n s ion

A p p en ded Ter ra ce

S e r ia l De mo s t ra t ion s o f C u s tom i z e d A p p e n de d Te r ra ce

Conce p t I l lu s tra t ion

Rear Room Extensions

Conce p tu a l In ter io r I l lu s tra t ion

The rear room extensions consists of extra room spaces and appended terraces, occupants will be provided specific kinds of materials to customize their extra spaces. These materials including tinted glass, steel, timber and concrete. The qualities and colours of these materials compose the diverse compositions of the back of the houses. This kind of arrangement create infinite possibilities of houses and communal space in the inside street. 21


Optional Materials

Options of Customized Extension Balconies

Materiality

Roof Winter Garden

Roof Garden

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1 Cavity wall capping 2 Mortar wall finish 3 Vapour barrier 4 Brick load-bearing wall 15 5 Roof garden soil 6 Vapour membrane 7 Insulation 8 Vapour barrier BH15: Balcony Half-width 1.5m Length, BH30: Balcony Half-width 3.0m Length 9 Walling membrane BF15: Balcony Full-width 1.5m Length, BF30: Balcony Half-width 3.0m Length 10 Batt insulation 11 Double glazed window 12 Window barrier 13 Cavity batten 14 Easi-joist floor system 15 Timber flooring 16 Block paving 17 Drainage 18 Insulation

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EF15: Extension Full-width 1.5m Length, EH30: Extension Half-width 3.0m Length EF30: Extension Full-width 3.0m Length, EHD15: Extension Half-width Double-height 1.5m Length

100% Occupancy Optional Materials

Options of Customized House Extensions

Projection of Rear Elevation with Customized House Extensions 1:100

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S i te Pla n

Projection of Rear Elevation with Customized House Extensions 1:100

P ro je ct ion o f C u s tomi z ed Hou s e R ea r E x ten s ion

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Sectional View The customized room extensions create diverse qualities and feelings of central communal space. 23


Ground Floor Plan 1 : 500 Ground GroundFloor FloorPlan Plan1 :1 500 : 500

Elevation of Upper Parliament Street 1:200

Two Two Bedroom Bedroom House House

Two Two Bedroom Bedroom House House

Two Two Bedroom Bedroom House House

Two Bedroom House Two Bedroom House

Two Bedroom House Two Bedroom House

Two Bedroom House Two Bedroom House

Collage of Underground Space Collage CollageofofUnderground UndergroundSpace Space The room in the basement could be used as a multi-functional room. The function of it will be defined by the occupants. For families with children, this room can be a play room, while the house is occupied by students, The The room room in in thethe basement basement could could bebe used used asas a multi-functional a multi-functional room. room. The The function function of of it will it will bebe defined defined byby thethe it could be a lounge. Other options like library, movie room etc are also available for the space. occupants. occupants. ForFor families families with with children, children, thisthis room room can can bebe a play a play room, room, while while thethe house house is is occupied occupied byby students, students, it could it could bebe a lounge. a lounge. Other Other options options likelike library, library, movie movie room room etcetc areare also also available available forfor thethe space. space. Moreover, the semi-underground space outside the basement is a inheritance and response to the traditional Georgian terrace houses elements. It also provide the basement with daylighting and outdoor space. While Moreover, Moreover, thethe semi-underground semi-underground space space outside outside thethe basement basement is is a inheritance a inheritance and and response response to to thethe traditional traditional the sliding doors are open, the basement multi-functional room and the outside underground space become Georgian Georgian terrace terrace houses houses elements. elements. It also It also provide provide thethe basement basement with with daylighting daylighting and and outdoor outdoor space. space. While While a relatively open space, which could be used for party or meetings. These arrangements enhance the flexibility thethe sliding sliding doors doors areare open, open, thethe basement basement multi-functional multi-functional room room and and thethe outside outside underground underground space space become become of space. a relatively a relatively open open space, space, which which could could bebe used used forfor party party or or meetings. meetings. These These arrangements arrangements enhance enhance thethe flexibility flexibility of of space. space.

Materiality

M a ter i a li t y

Three Three Bedroom Bedroom House House

Four Four Bedroom Bedroom House House

Three Three Bedroom Bedroom House House

Four Four Bedroom Bedroom House House

Three Bedroom House Three Bedroom House

Four Bedroom House Four Bedroom House

Three Bedroom House Three Bedroom House

Four Bedroom House Four Bedroom House

% Occupancy Basement Plan 1 : 100 Basement BasementPlan Plan1 :1 100 : 100

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First Floor Plan of Corner House 1: 100

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LANDSCAPE URBANISM _ a Coastal Park in Zhuhai Location: Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, China Type: Professional Work (Plasma Studio) Supervisior: Chuan Wang (cw @ plasmastudio.com) Cooperators: Yujun Zou, Zhi Liu This urban landscape design project was proceeded as a competition of Zhuhai Xianglu Bay Coastal Park project. It was finished as a practical work with the Plasma Studio (Beijing) design team. As one of the major member of the design team, I participated the whole designing process of this project and contributed to the designing proposal. I was also in charge of the analytical diagrams and visual illustrations. My outcomes includes the pre-design researches, diagram drawings, part of the 3D modelling, post-design analytical diagrams and visualizations. (The rendering on the right is courtesy of Plasma Studio, the other drawings are produced by me.)

(This rendering is the courtesy of Plasma Studio ) Zhuhai Planning Gallery Xiangzhou Port Park Entrance

Spatial Movement System

Park Entrance

Theatre

Park Entrance

Park Entrance Potential Beach

Xiangzhou Fishing Port

Yelidao Entrance

Potential Beach

Park Entrance

Ecological System

Park Entrance Park Entrance Potential Beach Potential Beach Potential Beach Harbor Park

Zhuhai Fisher Girl

Potential Beach Potential Beach

International Exhibition Gallery

Activity System

Potential Beach

Contextual Development Highway

Attraction Point

High Traffic Flow

Slow Flow Accessibility

Slow Traffic Flow

Traffic Control

Site Analysis Landscape Structure

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