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Loughborough University B.Arch undergrduate Part 1

(2018-present)


Ziyang Wang 王梓阳 Preferred Name: Justin

EDUCAT I ON Loughborough University Architecture, Building and Civil Engneering Architecture Part 1 BOOT HA M SCHOOL YOR K A L evel resu lt s M at h emat ic s: A * Phy sic s: Bc Art: Bc

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L AN GUAGE Chinese (first language) English (fluent) IELTS result: Listening: 7.5 Reading: 7.0 Writing: 7.0 Speaking:7.0

E MPLOY ME N T Employer: Yeeyan Gutenberg Project Time: 2018. 3 – present I contracted with a company named Yeeyan to be a translator. My work is to translate some English novels into Chinese. Now I am collaborating with a senior translator to translate one of Maugham’s most famous works Of Human Bondage. Employer: Murphy Philipps Associates Time: 2019.09 - 2020.03 I worked on a range of our healthcare schemes, from £500,000 to £150m. I also undertook presentation work, preparing loaded 1:50 information as well as supporting planning applications and 1:200 layouts using a range of computer programs.

IN T E R E S T I could keep a balance between my life and study. My interests are various and reading is one of my favourite pastimes. It allows me to unwind and acquire knowledge related to unfamiliar fields. I have a penchant for novels and science fictions, which allows me to live lives that I could not live in reality. I’m also interested in sketching buildings with pencils and liners. I love it when I‘m fully immersed in observation and drawing. It brings me inner peace and different views to look at the world. More importantly, this habit contributes to my study on architecture and from doing it I’ve cultivated my competence of space construction as an architect.

R E WAR D In one of the projects, called “live project”, we are invited to design a new learning space of a primary school in Loughborough. We are divided into five teams and each team has around six people. In the end, the one my team designed was accepted and chosen to be the final design. It will be constructed in the future.

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we are challenged to build an architectural system

to cope with our problem space definition.

The proposition needs to be transformed into a small project to

reach the concept of “City in Architecture� (CiA)


the new TANG the new TANGy


Background The first stage of CiA Lab is about design research in order to establish a base for our following design. The work will lead to a first draft of my own problem space. The second stage challenges us to build an architectural system to cope with our problem space definition. At the end of this stage, the proposition needs to be transformed into a small project to reach the concept of “City in Architecture� (CiA) The problem I investigate in CiA is about rapid urbanisation. Rapid urbanisation leads to a large number of serious issues, such as pollution, greater gap of wealth, waste problems and so on. Among all of them, the problem which draws my attention is the clash between old town and new town. Currently, the government encounters an urgent situation which is whether they replace the old town with new town or preserve it. The diagram shows the problems the government has to consider from both perspectives. It also illustrates the impact degrees of each issue. The outer circle indicates the possible solutions to this complication. 5


In 1990, normally is known as the start of urbanisation in Shanghai, there are around 200 million square meter of Longtang in Shanghai, while nearly 85% of them have been demolished during urbanisation. At present, there are less than 30 million square meter left and the number is still dropping.

Research

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The city I picked is Shanghai which is my hometown and the city is also caught in dilemma. There is a traditional architectural style in Shanghai is vanishing, which is called Longtang. The Longtang I picked for my second stage of CiA is Bugaoli. One of my uncles is living there and I visited there many times. Therefore, I am quite familiar with it. The site is in the city centre of Shanghai, situated in the area with large density of population and buildings. To be specific, Bugaoli is located at the border of Huangpu district and Xvhui district. They are the two of the most central of Shanghai’s 16 districts and two key residential and commercial areas in Shanghai.

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Huangpu River

Huangpu District

The city I picked is Shanghai which is my hometown and the city is also caught in dilemma. There is a traditional architectural style in Shanghai is vanishing, which is called Longtang.

Xvhui District

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the main lane is 6m wide, while the sub lane is 3m wide

Generally, Longtang is a lane and, by extension, a community centred on a lane or several interconnected lanes. The residential buildings in Longtang are normally two to three storey tall sitting on two sides of the lane.

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Spatial Analysis Spatial Study So, I analyse the housing units in Longtang and finally develop 7 types of space, including staircase, shared storage space, private space, semipublic space, temporary space, shared living space, public space. Each of them has their properties. The complete spatial form of a Longtang is basically assembled by these seven types of space. The habitants living in Longtang treat them as the expansion of their limited personal space. Seven of them form the unique community culture in Longtang. Therefore, I am going to use them as the base of my new TANG. Besides, each type of space serves various stakeholders, including individuals, single household, neighbours nearby, all the people living in the neighbourhood (the Longtang) and the people in the whole district or even the city.

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we are invited to speculate on the future role of the library as an ex-exclusive institutionand a neo-inclusive hub, re-imagining it as a space for exchange, a generator of thoughts and ideologies


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Concept Development There will be three main sections in my library, including a migration centre, open public space for cultural exchange and the study space. I want people who visit the library have psychological change after they leave the library. Ideally, people break the psychological boundaries to start to contact with foreign culture by breaking the physical boundaries in the library.

I developed a systematic table which includes four boundaries, which are hard boundary, transparent boundary, operable boundary and soft boundary and their qualities. I established the threshold of my library. using walls, level change, spatial organization and different purpose as four basic forms of boundaries to find out as many as possibilities of boundaries that I can apply to the library.

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live project

build a new learning space for the students and teachers in St. Bartholomew’s Primary School

* group project


a new learning space


South-East Elevation Scale: 1:100

South-West Elevation Scale: 1:100

In this project, we are asked to design a new learning space for a school called St Bartholomew’s C Of E Primary School which is located in Loughborough. We engaged with the school, students studying there, their parents and teachers to gain plenty of information from the occupants. We designed several hexagonal windows which students can sit inside and read. Additionally, the door is also designed to be open in the vertical direction in order to connect the outdoor space with the classroom.After the design, our group did presentation in front of the students and teachers from the school and some local architects. After that, our design is selected and will be constructed in the future. This experience helps me a lot. It teaches me how to collaborate with the clients and this is the first time that the building we designed is going to be constructed. It is really exciting for me, as a Part A student.

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the guerilla architecture focuses on the social sensibility of the architectural profession by aiming to “design an action“ that targets a specific social issue and benefits a community that can improve from my proposition

* group project


the chain


Over 700,000 immigrants who are currently living in the UK, 1/3 of them are overqualified for their job. Through research and personal experience we have identified a missing link between migrant workers and the contacts or facilities they need in order to be placed in the correct job for them. Our programme provides immigrants with foreign qualification and professional skills the opportunity to pursue a career in their field in the UK. We see them through the job seeking process to insure they achieve the goals they are aiming for and can be in their professional field. The three pillars of our concept are the recognition of skills of migrant workers, providing equal opportunity of jobs and in turn increasing the representation and celebration of culture, all through a playful intervention which encourages the interaction and assimilation of immigrants in the UK.


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ADBDescription TRUNKING, horizontal, cable management, system data BLIND, window, blackout PULL/PUSH BUTTON, staff emergency call, reset and integral/adjacent indicator lamp, designed to Siemens specifications LAMP, repeat call, patient/staff or staff emergency or cardiac call SOCKET outlet, switched, 13 amp, single SOCKET outlet, switched, 13amp, twin SOCKET outlet, computer data, single SOCKET outlet data/voice, double. SOCKET outlet, USB charging, double Sensor (temperature control) Sensor (air conditioning) SENSOR, Remote Oxygen Deficiency Monitor CABINET, base, modular storage, for 600 facing inserts, with door, on plinth, stainless steel, 900H CABINET, upper, modular storage, for 600 facing inserts, with door and sloping top, 300D 750H SWITCH dimmer, fixed position, wall mounted WORKTOP, non-clinical, size as shown on drawing BOARD, display/notice, wall mounted, 900H 1200W BRACKET, flat panel monitor, height adjustable, wall mounted CLOCK synchronous with second sweep hand, hard wired, dementia friendly, wall mounted COMPUTER MONITOR BRACKET, wall mounted and adjustable COMPUTER MONITOR BRACKET, wall mounted, swing arm TELEVISION monitor, colour, flat panel, large, wall mounted CHAIR, swivel, height adjustable, medium back, wipeable, 5 star base, on castors CHAIR, upright, upholstered, stacking, wipeable COMPUTER, reconstruction COMPUTER, Wall mounted console COMPUTER KEYBOARD CONSOLE, power injector, gadolinium COMPUTER MONITOR, digital flat panel display, wall mounted on adjustable bracket COMPUTER MONITOR BRACKET, desk mounted and adjustable HOLDER, sack, with lid, foot operated, small, recycling waste HOLDER, sack, with lid, foot operated, medium, non-clinical waste HOLDER, sack, with lid, foot operated, medium, recycling waste INFUSION, power infusion pump MONITOR, vital signs, patient unit PATIENT MONITORING UNIT, wall mounted EMERGENCY SWITCH, quench, by seimens TELEPHONE (VOIP)

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RBH/B1/2036 Quench pipe riser

Wave Guide in ceiling void 12

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Royal Brompton Redevelopment Imaging Centre

72-010 Control Room Tag Quantity

GA Basement 01 1.100

Royal Brompton Redevelopment Imaging Centre

Control Room

work

RBH/B1/2028 Tech 01 7.5 m²

RBH/B1/2025 Control Room 50.0 m²

RBH/B1/2026 Tech. 03 7.5 m²

P17 Issued for RIBA Stage 03 submission P18 Issue for Structural Coordination Meeting P19 Issue for correspondence with Landscape Architect P20 Issue for DTM P21 RIBA Stage 04 submission P22 RIBA Stage 04 submission P23 RIBA Stage 04 Submission C1 RIBA Stage 05 Submission: Chamfered wall on Clinical Admin Office

RBH/B1/2027 Exhaust riser Structural Waling Beam

11.12.19 18.12.19 07.02.20

RBH - MPA - 02 - B1 - DR - AR - 72-010 REV:C6 -07.02.20 Scale:As indicated @ A1

DO NOT SCALE OFF DRAWINGS REPORT ALL DISCREPANCIES CHECK ALL DIMENSIONS ON SITE

16 Wenlock Road London, N1 7TA

© Copyright Murphy Philipps 2019 Prepared using Revit 2016

Tel: 020 7490 8008 Fax: 020 7490 8778

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GA Basement 01 1.100 Imaging Centre for The Royal Brompton NHS Foundation Trust

MURPHY PHILIPPS

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RBH - MPA - 02 - B1 - DR - AR - 01-101 REV:C1 -23.10.19 Scale:As indicated @ A1

16 Wenlock Road London, N1 7TA

Tel: 020 7490 8008 Fax: 020 7490 8778


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