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01 Water-Front

In collaboration with Xiyao Wang Fall 2016

02 Rhythm Reconstruction

In collaboration with Xuelun Li, Dawei Xin Fall 2014

03 Spect/Medit-ator Independent Work Fall 2015

04 Arcadia

Independent Work Winter 2013

05 Rock-it

In collaboration with Jackie Yong Leong Shong, Junran Yang, Lanqin Wang, Yixin Zhou, Chan Linq Chyi Winter 2014

Ot her Works

Z H U O PA N G

PORTFOLIO W or k s 2013- 2016


1 WATER-FRONT

Urban Design Studio

View from industry to neighborhood


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FALL 2016

01 Water-front | Urban Design Studio

1st Year in Graduate School of Design 2016.10-2016.12 Collaborator: Xiyao Wang Main works in group: Site Research(60%)/ Modeling(40%)/Drawing(60%) Instructor: Felipe Correa, Carlos Garciavelez, Anita Berrizbeitia Distinction of urban design core studio

Project Information Site: Sunset park waterfront, Brooklyn, NYC Area: 28.5 hectares Design Discription The existing waterfront features privatization by industry and separation between industry and residential. From our perspective, light manufacture, and all other related industry shall not stretch themselves as barrier between the city and the water, but should be integrated into daily experience at neighborhood and urban scale in the 21st century. What we proposed is a twoface working industry waterfront which ensures the publicity and uses waterfront as the showcase of industry. The physical coexistence of residential, manufacture, entertainment and open spaces generates both production and social capital.


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Urban Design Studio

Concept

Existing Waterfront

Proposed Waterfront

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2 1

3 2

3

manufacture&storage car speed +

bike speed +

residential transportation&utility

isolated coast public access waterfront industrial and manufacture within isolated coast

public facilities &institution mixed residential and commercial open space

The speed map of NYC reveals that there is an almost continous belt of coastal area isolated by high speed transportation. Zoom-in map shows that a gradual change from residential - mix-used - industry can be identified from inland to the water within the isolated coast.


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FALL 2016

1

1 11 2

1 2

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2 2

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1 office 2 residential 3 theater 4 factory 5 industry office 6 ehxibition center 7 studio 8 hotel 9 sports facilities 10 bush terminal park 11 ferry station

Site Plan

0

80

160

240m

2 2


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Urban Design Studio

Form Generation

Birdview


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FALL 2016

0

40

80

120m

[Plan @ 11.5m] This exercise examines how the New York City block, in the abstract, can accommodate greater densities while also developing experimental domestic space typologies that can help us reshape current conventions of urban life.


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Urban Design Studio

Single-loaded corridor Module

Typical Units

Housing


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FALL 2016

g Study

Double-loaded corridor Module

Typical Units


9 WATER-FRONT

Urban Design Studio

Sectional P

A-A Section

B-B Section


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FALL 2016

Perspective

C-C Section

D-D Section


11 WATER-FRONT

Urban Design Studio

[View from water to industry] The retreated industry buildings along the waterfront define sheltered open spaces, which provide opportunity for fashion show, outdoor theater and other forms of gathering. .


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FALL 2016

[View from neighborhood to industry] The street level, elevated platform and the central spine are all open to public, with commercial activity and studios to activate the space.


13 WATER-FRONT

Urban Design Studio

[View from suset park to water] Visual corridors are framed by the improved streetscape and the openness of the project itself. With the help of topography, sunset park and the waterfront are visually tied together.


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FALL 2016

[Model Photos] Physical model reveals the section of two major building - the theater and the industry office. It also shows how the residential and industry building slope towards each other to create a highly accessible central spine with pleasant scale.


15 RHYTHM RECONSTRUCTION

Urban Design Studio "Good city quality at eye level should be considered as a basic human right whereever people go in cities......The battle for quality is on the small scale." Jan Gehl


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FALL 2014

02 Rhythm Reconstruction | Urban Design Studio Research into public life study 4th Year, 2014.9-2014.11 Collaborator: Li Xuelun, Xin Dawei Role in team: Group leader Main works in group: Site Research(40%)/ Prototypes(80%)/Modeling(40%)/ Drawing(50%) Instructor: Tang Yan First prize in "Walking in Poetry" Streetscape Design Competition 2014 2015 BIAD Design Scholarship

Project Information Site: MEISHI Rd., BEIJING, P.R.C Area: 93 hectares Design Discription: Held by Beijing Municipal Commission of Urban Planning, this competition called for creative and practical design to optimize streetscape of four selected streets in Beijing, including MEISHI Rd. As a unique street within the historical conservation plan, I envision this project to create an optimal balance between living, commercial and culture. Overlaying various layers of map, we discover patterns and create network of urban life that are closely related to the environment of MEISHI Rd. People are at the core of this project. Walking out of building and onto the street, we observe how people interact with public space and reflect on them to guide our design.


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Urban Design Studio

Concept

1. Zhengyangmen Archer y

3. Quanyechang former

2. Bank of Communication former

number of pedestrians

1 4. Former residence of Liang

2

3 5/6. Ruifuxiang Shoes

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6 5

7

Sampling time: 2014.10.11 16:00-17:00

population flow

historical resources

7. Yuxing old-style Chinese private

bus stop

We find that the rhythm of people is in positive correlation with bus stop, where congestion may happen. Also, lots of historical resources remain hidden. We propose to reconstruct the rhythm of people to generate a more efficient and pleasant MEISHI Rd.


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FALL 2014

Tripartite Forces “Our courtyards get smaller due to illegal extension. Hutong is crowded with private cars and bicycles, leaving us no place for gathering.”

Local Residents

To u

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en

nm

ris

ts

r ve Go

“In order to upgrading this region, we encourgae commercial development that attracts tourists to promote economy.”

“It’s hard to find a comfortable spot to rest for a while. Besides DASHILAER, I have no idea of other historical resources in this area.”

Overall Strategy Phase 1 - Activation

Phase 2 - Diffusion

Phase 3 - Integration

Phase 1 aims at making the street friendly for walkers and cyclists. Phase 2 promotes place identity by revealing historical value and finds potential space to be opened up. Finally, integrate the traveling and community system together by inserting hutongs to the interfaces designed in phase 1.


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Urban Design Studio

Mapping WALK

to do errands

to do sth

Stroll

STAND

to wait

to look

to enjoy life

SIT

to rest

to read

to enjoy sunshine

Neccessary Activities

Optional Activities

Take place under all condition

Take place under good external condition

[What we dislike]

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2

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1. Municipal facilities block through pedestrian zone 2. Bikes get in the way of blind walk 3. Property line invades public space 4. Cars park in sidewalk 5. Through pedestrian zone is disrupted by drive way 6. Wasted area along the sidewalk 7. Closed boundary discourage viewing

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[What we like]

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1. Plane for sitting 2. Ourdoor space with shelter along the sidewalk for temporary resting 3. Various retails provide rich walking experience 4. Trees provide shadow aganist sunlight

Street has been an important public space through Chinese history. Pleasant street envirnment encourages pedestrians to stay, watch others passing by and enjoy life. We learn from and reflect on the existing condition and identify possible promoting areas for intervention.

4


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FALL 2014

Prototypes Study

Middle Pocket

Pocket at corner

Triangular Pocket

Condition Mapping

Straight

Design Mechanism

Open Facade

Design Mechanism

Closed

Street space is divided into eight different types. In order to introduce activities in public space and lively streetscape, "Islands"(wood board marking spatial boundary) are added according to pattern type. After intervention, by figuring people as music scores, the rhythm of pedestrian flow resembles music pieces with high and low, hurry and slow.


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[Site I | Digital Center]

Urban Design Studio

Area: 320 ㎥ Prototype: Straight Strategy: Ensuring the minimum through pedestrian zone by rearranging the scattered electricity boxes aside. Incorprating projector and resting space to engage pedestrians

[Site II | Stage at Sidewalk] Area: 478 ㎥ Prototype: Triangular Pocket Strategy: Transform the triangular space into a street stage that encourage standing, sitting and watching and benefit commercial activity

I II

III IV


FALL 2014

[Site III | Community Clinic] Area: 643 ㎥ Prototype: Straight Strategy: Provide parking space for ambulance and resting space in front of the community clinic.

[Site IV | Interactive Plaza] Area: 643 ㎥ Prototype: Pocket at corner Strategy: Introducing flexible and fun street furniture to encourage interactive behaviors from both tourists and local residents

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23 RHYTHM RECONSTRUCTION

Urban Design Studio

Courtyard House Evolution Spatial Evolution

Driving Forces Population growth

Family structure evolution

Yuan Dynasty

Qing Dynasty

Interest-driven real estate

Contemporary

Design Mechanism REMOVAL Linear Space

+

=

REUSE

MIXTURE

Original

green corridor

Outdoor bulletin board

resting spot

Leisure Park

skateboard park

bike parking

Parking

car parking tabletenis court

Rectangular kids playground

Sport Center

Indoor

cafe outdoor theater

community market

basketball court

Tourism Business bookshop

design atelier

Community Center park

workshop


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FALL 2014

Axonometrical Scenes

[Kids Playground]

[Community theatre at street corner]

Lots of people's childhood memories are related to hutongs. Playground provides safe spot for kids to play.

DASHILAER Block used to be a gathering space for famous Peking Opera artists. A theatre is designed at an important node.

[Green Alley in Hutong]

[Commercial Plaza for Tourists]

The high density of hutong area leads to low green rate. Thus we decide to tear down dilapidated houses to create a lane for relaxing.

Besides commercial activity along MEISHI Rd., we want to diffuse toursits further into hutongs. A commercial plaza serves as a focal point at the sightseeing route.


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Activation

Urban Design Studio

Diffusion

Activation Point

Integration

Historical Resources Protected Courtyard

Historical Relics

Community Services Outdoor Cinema Senior Center

Market

Park

Main Travel Route Kids

Secondary Travel Route

Parking

Community Route Gallery Skateboard Sport Park Center

A-A Road Section building property

sidewalk

bikelane

one way three lanes

ambulance parking

bikelane

sidewalk

green recreational area

building property


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FALL 2014

B A

B A

Site Plan At phase 3, historical resources and community service space created in phase 2 are linked by existing hutongs. MEISHI Rd. works as the spine for this dynamic network. Every hutong is characterized either as community (local residents) or tourism.

B-B Road Section building property

community plaza & sidewalk

bikelane

bus stop

one way three lanes

bikelane

sidewalk


27 SPECT/MEDIT - ATOR

Architecture Design Studio "The alienation of human leads to topsy-turvy society where the true is a moment of false. " "Images becomes the new reality." Guy Debord


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FALL 2015

03 Spect/Medit-ator | Architecture Studio 5th Year, 2015.9-2015.11 Independent Work Instructor: Wang Hui

Project Information Site: DASHILER Blocks, BEIJING, P.R.C Area: 326 m² Design Discription: In the Society of the Spectacle of Guy Debord (1967), he asserted that "In societies where modern conditions of production prevail, all of life presents itself as an immense accumulation of spectacles". During the process of socialization (Solitude - Social Group - Local Society), humans gradually become spectators of all the images that the society produces. The true peacefulness can only be found in a space like the ancient caves, a place with the least trace of human production. The original goal of the design is to review the process from humans as spectators to meditators. Considering the site location, it becomes a circular gallery that evokes visitors' introspection of the demolition and construction of the old town.


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Architecture Design Studio

Concept

Human as Meditators "When spectacle is everywhere, humans feel nowhere home. "

Social Group

Local Society

Human as Spectators "All that was once directly lived has become mere representation." "Culture becomes more than a commodity." Guy Debord

The mass construction and sprawl of metropolitans makes people fanatical but alienated from sober introspection. As social animals, humans are in constant contact with each other and thus influenced by each other. In such chaos, meditation can be found only when left alone.


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FALL 2015

Projection Projector Faced with a society of spectacle, architects’ role is similar to a projector.

Circulation The space reveals three forms of human existence and materializes them into three overlaped layers.

Traditional Courtyard House A clear spatial structure with increased privacy exists in traditional courtyard house. Wood structure houses, courtyards, plants are considered to be the spirit of traditional life, thus kept and transformed into the projection as a memento for what has been lost.

enclosure courtyard wood-structure house

Existing Condition Compared to the historical texture, lots of additions, legal or illegal occupy courtyard space.

Architects choose what to project based on our judgement, and make it into reality for people to experience. To manifest the double role of human beings (spectators and meditators), visitors spiral inwards from Local Society (City) to Individual (Solitude).


31 SPECT/MEDIT - ATOR

Architecture Design Studio

Local Society [Presentation]

Individual [Meditation]

Social Group [Communication]


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FALL 2015

Form Generation

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

Three layers of space are placed in site

Rotate and transform layers to create tension and conflict

Compress the first layer, expand the second layer to have courtyards as separation

Plan N

1st Floor Plan 0

3

6

9m

A 4

5

1 Reception 2 Gallery 3 Outdoor Exhibition 4 Community Library 5 Meditation Room

1

2

3

A


33 SPECT/MEDIT - ATOR

Architecture Design Studio

Developed 3rd layer [Meditation] The central courtyard provides a resting space for visitors while ensuring the privacy of the meditation room. Central Courtyard

2nd layer [Communication] Surrounding courtyards serve as outdoor exhibition space which restore memory of the lost community life in courtyard house. Community Library

As spectators, visitors can see an be seen at the same time.

Street

Courtyard

Street

[HUTONG] Human as Spectator

[GALLERY] Human as Spectator

2 1

Secondary Entrance

[MEDITATI Human as


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FALL 2015

d Facade

2 3

1

Reception

Developing Direction

1st layer [Presentation] Gallery

Exhibition Courtyard

Street

[GALLERY] Human as Spectator

ION ROOM] s Mediator

Making use of the "Displair" technology, the first layer works as screen that projects image of old community by ejecting ultra-fine water droplets.

Main Entrance Courtyard

Street

[HUTONG] Human as Spectator

3

A-A Section


35 SPECT/MEDIT - ATOR

Architecture Design Studio

1st Layer - Presentation Displair: a 3D multi-touch screen technology that projects images onto an aerodynamic layer of fog image courtesy of DISPLAIR

[Add color to old photos]

[Play with kids in hutong]

[Puzzle Work]

[Outdoor Cinema]

The first layer decides the image it presents to the city. Faced with a dynamic and unstable urban environment, the first layer works as an interactive screen that aroses people's introsepction of the construction in historical area. After the deconstruction, memories can only be found in images.


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FALL 2015

2nd Layer - Communication

Roof:

AlMg1Mn1 formed panel fire-proof gypsum board thermal insulation material stuck in wood joist fire-proof gypsum board hanging roof board

Wall Base:

Facade:

wood base board concrete foudation

Floor:

wood plank wooden keel thermal insulation material stuck in studs frame (200X40) fire-proof gypsum board

finished wood floor wood joist base board rammed earth

[Central Courtyard for Meditation]

[Main Entrance Courtyard]

[Exhibition Courtyard]

[Street Elevation]

The second layer is a gallery collecting old photos and objects. Circular form allows visitors to stroll. Buildings and courtyards are interweaved.


37 ARCADIA

Architecture Design Studio "Every place is given its character by certain patterns of events that keep on happening there. " "The more living patterns there are in a place - a room, a building, or a town - the more it comes to life as an entirely, the more it glows, the more it has that selfmaintaining fire which is the quality without a name." Christopher Alexander


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Spring 2013

03 ARCADIA | Architecture Studio 3th Year, 2014.3-2014.6 Independent Work Instructor: Li Xinggang Published in AC Architeture, 2015.10

Project Information Site: An open space in Tsinghua University, BEIJING, P.R.C Area: 1450 m² Design Discription: The topic of this studio is "Stage for life", which calls for attention on relationships among people, dailylife, architecture and nature. Each student is supposed to create 9 characters and a space with multiple function including studying/working, sleeping, entertaining and meeting/social. For me, the routine and mundane life of ordinary people just like you and me has great value. Architecture adapts to, accommodates, and activates way of living. My characters are all typical people within Tsinghua University. They are brought here and start to perform their dailylife. Arcadia is a stage for this "reality show" and hopefully, one that promotes more possiblities for living.


39 ARCADIA

Architecture Design Studio

Characters Profile The Architect

The Housewife Wei Zhang(36) Juan Lee(33) Graduated from Tsinghua, now owns his own design atelier Always in soft and elegant clothes Professor in Tsinghua Enjoys reading, yoga and crafting Frequently invites friends for discussion Housework, husband and kid is and holds lecture to the public important yet not her full package Lacking exercise

The Kid

Yong Zhang(5) Kindergarten student in Tsinghua Community Curious about everything he sees and can’t stop explorng them Loves inviting friends to play near his home

The Netshop Seller

The Exam Crammer

Yong Liu(28) Loves Curling up in his chair with iPhone in hand Stays online from 9a.m. to 12a. m. Never cooks besides instant noodles, normally ordering takeout

Qiang Lee(22) Prepares for graduate school exam Makes use of the academic resources in Tsinghua Impatient and anxious from time to time considering the burden of the incoming exam Looks tired

The Waitress

Na Lee(27) Always ties her hair up Outgoing, looks people straight into the eyes when talking Knows the regular customers of the coffee house Lives alone near Tsinghua University

The Retired Professor

Xiuying Wang(63) Used to be a professor in Department of Math in Tsinghua Lives alone Enjoys watching kids playing and chattering with neighbors Still tutors student voluntarily Receives visitors(students in the past) sometimes

The School Psychologist

Jing Wang(44) Kind and sensitive Keeps a simple life Finds self-value in the process of helping others Periodically hosts psychological group training or experiment

The Students

The largest group of population in Tsinghua Seek for flexible and plesant public space for individual work and group discussion with easy access Combine academic work with relaxation to promote efficiency

9 characters with different jobs, hobbies and dreams are all typical Tsinghua residents. By interviewing these people, I have a clear image of how they spend a typical day.


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Spring 2013

Relationship Correspondence

House for 3

Atelier

House for Renting

Coffee House

Workshop

House for 1

Exhibition Hall

Counseling Center

Gym

Our seemingly complicated lives actually consist of simple and periodical activities such as sleeping, eating, working, studying, socialing, exercising, watching, etc. They are where Arcadia starts from.


41 ARCADIA

Architecture Design Studio

Form Generation

Phase 1

Blocks of different functions are placed in three lines in site.

Phase 2

Phase 3

The direction of axises are changed to form entrance plaza and paths that promote accessibility.

Phase 4

Blocks are cover with pitched roof to generate a unified homelike community.

Cut holes in the pitched roof based on the plants and sculptures in site.

Plan

10

-Ist Floor Plan

3

2 1

4 5

6

Ist Floor Plan

N 8

1 coffee house 2 gym 3 house for 1 4 house for 3 5 workshop 6 exhibition hall 7 school counseling center 8 house for renting 9 design atelier 10 storage

7

9

2nd Floor Plan 0

3

6

12

18m


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Spring 2013

Renderings

[Party at Entrance Courtyard]

[Birdview - An Arcadia Between Buildings] The site is an open grassland between two teaching buildings, quiet but appealing. After mapped the site, plants and sculptures are located and integrated into my project. Arcadia respects nature and merge itself into the ground.


43 ARCADIA

Architecture Design Studio

Scenes

7:00a.m. [Coffee House]

9:00a.m. [Workshop]

10:00a.m. [Design Atelier]

11:00a.m. [Counseling Center]

Sectional Perspective [Floor]

[Facade plan]

3 1 2

7

4

6

1 U-shape glass (double layers) 2 metal frame 3 steel colum 4 silicone adhesive 5 angle iron 6 20mm 1:25 cement mortar plain cement mortar (with construction glue) 60mm C15 concrete 150mm pebble with M2.5 composite mortar rammed earth (3%-5% gradiant) 7 60mm C25 concrete 150mm 3:7 lime-soil rammed earth

3

4

1 Gym 2 School C 3 Loker Room 4 Grou

1 2

2

1

3


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Spring 2013

s of Life

12:00p.m. [Street]

2:00p.m. [House of 3]

5:00p.m. [Gym]

8:00p.m. [Exhibition Hall]

and Structural Details

Counseling Center uproom 5 Workshop

[Facade section]

4 2 5

3

1

4

5


45 ROCK - IT

Tectonic Studio

"Tectonic thinking is to create material realities that reveal narrative meaning. Tectonics is to construct with cultural references." Charlotte Bundgaard Image courtesy of Eric Gregory Powell


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Winter 2014

05 ROCK-IT | Tectonic Studio

Research into building material, tectonic and design methodology. 4th Year, 2014.11-2015.1 Collaborator: Jackie Yong Leong Shong, Junran Yang, Lanqin Wang, Yixin Zhou, Chan Linq Chyi Role in team: Group leader Main work in group: Scheduling(30%), Testing(25%), Fabricating(20%), Drawings(30%) Instructor: Professor Terrence Curry First prize in Tsinghua University's “Form & Space” Design Contest 2014

Project Information Site: -1st floor of Department Building Area: 5m² Design Discription: Unlike the usual method that architects start from function or aesthetics judgement, this studio calls for attention to tectonic the poetics of construction. The studio required us to build a project within a 2.4m cube, inviting comfortable sitting for 4-5 people. A pair of adjectives discribing spatial experience was choosen beforehand as guide to material and joints selection. Also, sponsored by Häfele Hardware, we were encouraged to explore creative expression of their products. After the construction, our project was left like an ongoing experiemental installation in the new Department of Architecture of Tsinghua University. Students just love it and they define its usage in their own ways.


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Tectonic Studio

Concept

Section Design

Within a cube of 2.4m side length (course requirement), ergonomics is used to guide our form finding of the inside outline. The radius of the bottom curve is decided to prevent being toppled over while possible for gental rocking.


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Winter 2014

Spatial Experience

COOL

X

COZY

Two adjectives were chosen to create the spatial experience inside and outside. The outside metal material encourage seeking and wandering, while the inside polycarbonate and sofa feel soft and placating.


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Tectonic Studio

Design Methodol


Winter 2014

logy and Method

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Tectonic Studio

Exploded Isometric a


Winter 2014

and Detail Drawings

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53 OTHER WORKS

Edge - affordable housing


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FALL 2016

5 4 6 3 2 1

1

2

3

4

5

6

1844 Lexington Avenue Year Built: 1947 Building Count: 6 Total Units: 720

1760 Madison Avenue Year Built: 1985 Building Count: 1 Total Units: 84

90 Lenox Avenue Year Built: 1952 Building Count: 10 Total Units: 527

112 West 114 Street Year Built: 1900 Building Count: 1 Total Units: 31

124 West 114 Street Year Built: 1920 Building Count: 1 Total Units: 26

141 West 117 Street Year Built: 1920 Building Count: 1 Total Units: 10

Edge - Affordable Housing | Preterm Study 2016.9 Collaborater: Fengqian Chen Main work in group: mapping, axonometrical drawing Affordable housing in New York City has been shifting from large public housing compounds to various incentives for developers and recently inclusive zoning. This project explores how the physical edge of affordable housing interact with social edge such as income and education level.


55 OTHER WORKS

Household Income Comparison

Edge - affordable housing

Year 2010

Year 2000

the hard physical edges of large public housing compound form barries to the mobility of social edges (the income changes are relatively stable within these edges); however, the soft clusters of other affordable housings are more flexible to be included in social changes.


FALL 2016

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Education Level Comparison Year 2010

the education level below high school in public housing remains relatively high during 10 years, while it declines within other affordable housing clusters. if we see education as social ladder to the upper level, the people in public housing are relatively trapped in the hard social boundary.

Average Age Comparison

the average age remains stable within other affordable housing clusters, while it is fluctuating within public housing. fluctuating age in some way suggests that the residents remains relatively stable, which means less social mobility.On the contrary, stable age means people moving in and out a lot.


57 OTHER WORKS

Building Typology Inventory

Block 1 FAR = 12 OSR = 60 Mixed-use = 6.4%

Block 2 FAR = 15 OSR = 47 Mixed-use = 6.8%

Block 3 FAR = 12 OSR = 45 Mixed-use = 2.0%

Block 4 FAR = 12 OSR = 15 Mixed-use = 16.6%

Block 5 FAR = 12 OSR = 32.5 Mixed-use = 12.0%

Block 6 FAR = 12 OSR = 45 Mixed-use = 10.1%

Block 7 FAR = 12 OSR = 40 Mixed-use = 16.5%

Block 8 FAR = 12 OSR = 55 Mixed-use = 10.7%

Block 9 FAR = 17 OSR = 40 Mixed-use = 10.0%

base axon

residential unit

public/private

domestic life

aggregation

non-residential

Block Typological Inventory | Urban Design Studio 2016.9 Independent Work This exercise examines how the New York City block, in the abstract, can accommodate greater densities while also developing experimental domestic space typologies that can help us reshape current conventions of urban life.

two-block


FALL 2016

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59 OTHER WORKS

Rome Community Ring

Community Center & Entrance

Party at the Central Plaza Ring I - Community Ring

Ring II - Green Pedestrian Ring

Ring III - Culture Ring

Rome Community Ring | YAC Competition 2015.1 Collaborator: Jackie Yong Leong Shong, Xin Dawei Main Work in Group: Site Analysis, Modeling, Diagraming Inspired by the circular structure of existing forts dispersed in Rome, we build threeinterlaced rings to serve as culture,sports and community center.


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Modular Bubble

Axonometrical Explosion

Working Mode Medical Transportation

Mobile Clinic

Modular Bubble | UIA-PHG Competition 2015.4 Collaborator: Jackie Yong Leong Shong, Zhang Yu Main Work in Group: Disease Analysis, Working Mode, Diagraming This is a mobile unit for tuberculosis in western rural area of China. Making use of standardized container, operable facade and self-clean material, the unit is flexible and adorable.


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ZHUO PANG academic portfolio  

Selected works from undergraduate to current master study at MAUD, GSD.

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