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WSA YR2 PORTFOLIO, CARDIFF UNIVERSITY 2011-2012

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  • C H E N Y U E W S A Y R 2 P O R T F O L I O C A R D I F F U N I V E R S I T Y2 0 1 1 - 2 0 1 2

  • EDUCATION 2011- Bsc (Hons) Architecture (Part 1), Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University, UK 2008-2011 Diploma in Architecture (GPA3.747/4.0), Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore

    2003-2008 Pioneer Secondary School (GCSEOLEVEL), Singapore

    WORK EXPERIENCE P&T Consultants Pte Ltd, Singapore, MayAugust 2011Architectural Internship / BIM Assistant

    AC Consortium Pte Ltd, Singapore, September-October 2009Architectural Internship

    Freelance Architectural Design, Freelance 3D visulaor Singa-pore, September 2009-September 2011 Retail layout, House Renovations, 3D Illustration,

    SKILLSAdvanced: Autodesk AutoCAD, Revit 2013, Adobe Photoshop, SketchUpGood: Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Ecotect AnalysisBasic: Rhino, Autodesk 3Ds Max, V-Ray

    ACHIEVEMENTS / PUBLICATIONFinal List of Autodesk Panorama Asia-Pacific Design Challenge 2011

    Best Use of BIM, student category, Singapore Construction Produc-tivity Week 2011, Skilled Builder & BIM Competition

    Autodesk Scholarship in AY2010/2011 Singapore Polytechnic-Au-todesk Project Challenge Revit Competition Stage 2: BIM Model Construction and Rendering

    Project Taff - School of Fashion Design was published in the Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012 by Autodesk

    EXHIBITIONSchool of Architecture and Built Environment Exhibition 2011, Ju-rong Library, Singapore

    Birth - Singapore Polytechnic Graduation Exhibition 2011, Suntec City, Singapore

    KEY PROGRAMME Autodesk Student Expert Programme 2011

    Go East, Go China Art Box II workshop 2012, collabo-rated and exchanged workshop with Tian Jin University Architecture School.

    OVERSEA COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS Medan, Indonesia, 2010Extension of School library, re-construction of the school play-ground

    Da Yao Di Village, Shan Xi Province, China, 2010Design of a Communal Pavilion at the entrance of the village.

    Information Name: Yue ChenGender: Female DOB: 22/12/1988Nationality: Chinese Permanent Resident of SingaporeLanguage: Mandarin, English Contact Detail Email: [email protected]: chen.22ndstudio

  • Content

    SEMESTER ONEEcosystem Form Finding Wind Housing Escape

    SEMESTER TWOBarry Art Centre

    SEMESTER THREE VERTICAL STUDIOSGo East, Go China. China Art Box II

    OTHERSKey ExhibitionTravelling

  • ECOSYSTEM - WIND

  • INSPIRATION PRAIRIEDOG TUNNEL TERMITES VENT

  • TERMITES VENTCONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

    FORM FINDING MODELLING

  • Testing the number, shape, size, orientation of tunnels influence the wind speed and the amount of air exists from the interior to exterior.

    VERSARI ANALYSIS

    WIND TUNNELS ANALYSISPhysical ModelTo test the wind flow in Wind Tunnels.

  • HOUSING ESCAPE CARDIFF

  • SITE ANALYSISLocation Model

    Noise Area

    Panorama

    Location Analysis

  • Ecotect Wind Analysis

    Site Analysis

  • MASTER PLAN DEVELOPMENT

    HOUSING CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

    Lower Floor Plan Higher Floor Plan

    PLANS

  • Elevation 1:400

    ELEVATION

  • Use of tunnels in buildings.The purpose of these tunnels in this project, were carry-ing sky lights to lower floors of the building.

    PRECEDENTSSIMMON HALL, MITBY STEVEN HOLL

    Phaeno MuseumBy Zaha Hadid

    Tunnels as vertical structural support elements which runs from the edges of the whole mass to few support points.

  • SIMMON HALL, MITBY STEVEN HOLL

    Section B-B 1:400Section A-A 1:400

    SECTIONS

    PLANS

  • Lower Floor

    Section A-A 1:100 Section B-B 1:100

    DWELLING

    Higher Floor

  • Unflod Elevation 1:100

    Lower Floor Higher Floor

  • INTERIOR VIEW

    Facade PatternThe pattern of Copper Facade, and the layout of plan.Copper - Changing with time, and refernced to the industry build-ings close by. Copper facde ouside of the glass curtain walls, gives the feeling of enclosure and re-duce the nosies from stadium and train station. Morover, this as-justable facade allow people to have a clear view to outside. Dur-ing summer, it is good for sun-shadding .

  • BARRY ART

  • 1900

    1940

    1960

    1980

    Current

    At the early years of Barry, there was an increasing usage of train, which mostly for in-dustrial usage to export the coal to other places. In 1960s, the airport was built and which b een expended in the following 20 years. As the falling of coal industry, there was decreasing usage of train to the bay. Now-adays, some of the warehouses are remain there, but most ar-eas of the bay had been change

    From the analy-sis of the Barry Key transporta-tion and areas, the character of Barry streets was always running towards the bay. From the framing model, see-ing through layers of Buildings, road signs, Bridges, people always able to see the sea at the end.

    ROUTES HISTORY

  • History

    Wind

    Sun Shadding Rain Fall

    Mapping Barry

    Site Geography Building Mass Routes Path Greenery

    SITE ANALYSIS

    Most of the galleries in Barry are not will organised or maintained. The most well known is the one in library. Howere, the Gallery Bar is very interesting, which sale and exhibite art when people having dinner or drink of that. Long spend structure and running towards the bay.

    Tectonic Art GalleryBARRY INSPIRATION

    INTERACTIVE ART

    BARRY KEY

  • Section A-A

    Section B-B Section D-D

    Section E-E

    CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

    Existing Grid Volume Multipled Across Site hSecondary Volumes Programs Shapped Programs Inhabited

    Section C-C

  • EXHIBITION SPACE

    DAY TIMENATURAL LIGHTING AJUST BY LOUVRES

    NIGHT TIME

  • Elevation

    Elevation

    ELEVATION

  • Barry RegenrationBring to urban planning level by proposing simillar projects in Barry.

  • MOUTAIN WATER

    A JOURNEY IN

  • Do not know the overall view of the moutain, because you are in the moutain. A poetry by Shi Shu

    Histor

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    Natur

    al Vist

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    Historical Structure Natural Vista Damaged Environment

    Chinese landscape painting, framed on top of a roll base paper. Framing the landscape in the way of Chinese painting in the exhibition room next to the Chinese landscape paintings, and confusing people to differences which one is the real painting and which one is just the view.

    Site D is directly facing to mountains which kept naturally, and back to a historical structure. However, at one side of the mountain has been dig for minerals as rest parts of the mountain. There is a huge contrast between the nature and damaged nature.

    CHINESE ART SITE D

  • Art Box. Oriented towards the views. Framing the views. Slicing the box by frames.

    Approaching to the nature.

    Chinese landscape Painting.

    CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

    SECTION

  • Closed Plan 1:500As a movable art box, the plan was kept as simple as possible in order to suit different environment contexts from rural to urban. Opened Plan 1:500

    Most parts of the plan are adjustable to the exhibition program too. Moreover, it still able to work as a long term structure to this site.

    Plans

    Reception Cafe

  • Upper Floor Plan 1:500 Elevation

  • MODELClosed

    Open

    100 scale model kept in China.Auditorium space hasnt been updated. The bottom of the auditorium has been flattened for easy transportation and modular system of the overall structure. It is easier to adjust to different context too. The environment would be ideal as this one every time. Some of the sites may not have a cliff or drop, like urban context which is mostly flat ground.

  • TRANSPORTING

    The possibility of moving this art box to other parts of China with similar con-text, creates han educational meaning in term of sustainability. The art box gives the visitors an experience of viewing and walking in be-tween of the natural landscape and damaged landscape in the mountain. Moreover, this experience would make people release their life always have a impact on the environment and the natural resource is running out.

    EDUCATIONAL PURPOSE

  • Easy and fast construction.

    RAIL & INFRUSTRUCTUARE

    LINOLEUMFLOORING STRUCTURE

    COLUMNSBOARDSFLEXIBLE BOX

    BEAMS ROOF

    CONSTRACTION

  • Detail Section A-A

    Detail Section B-B

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    1 I-Beam2 Track3 Roll4 Pushing - screw

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    3 4

    Exhibition

    Exhibition

    TRACK DETAIL

  • 12

    1

    2

    Heating Lighting

    Heating Lighting

    BIO-CLIMATIC CONCEPTS

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    2

    1

    2

    Overall Ventilation Exhibition Ventilation Lighting

    SUMMER NIGHT TIME

    Overall Ventilation Exhibition Ventilation Lighting

    Lighting

    Ventilation

    1

    23 4 5 6 7

    Wall Detail1,7, 15MM COVER PANEL2,4,6, BONDING LAYER3, 160MM THERMAL INSULATION (WOOD SHADING).5, 40MM INSULATION TOLERANCES

    SUMMER DAY TIMEWINTER

    EXHIBITION ROOM

  • Leonardo da Vinci, Paint-er at the Court of MilanThe National Gallery, London

    The paintings were amazing and inspiring, but the exhibition experi-ence was not very enjoyable. It was very hard to get a close look of the drawings, and felt like pushed by people around. When having such a popular exhibition, the way of dis-play drawings shall be more con-siderable, especially the distance between drawings. It suppose allow people to going and exist from the crowd easily without disturbing peo-ple whose are seeing the painting

    OMA/progressBarbican Art Gallery, London

    As a fan of OMA, it was a really interesting exhibition. The exhibi-tion started with the topics which interested OMA architects, every topic was printed into booklets and pined on the wall which allows visi-tors to take those ones interested them. The exhibitions showed most of their key projects with drawings, models, modern tech displays. In the souvenir shop, OMA sale a kind of sketch book which made from the recycling plotting papers which still has the comments and marks. And every single one is unique.

    Post Modernism, Style and Subversion 1970-1990 Victoria and Albert Museum, Lon-don

    Postmodernism shattered estab-lished ideas about style and brought a radical freedom to art and design. At its height in the 1980s, postmod-ern designers such as the Memphis group, Alessi and Arad, contributed to the New Wave: a few thrilling years when image was everything.

    General ExhibitionTATE Modern, London

    The exhibition started from walk-ing from St Paul, cross Southwalk Bridge, finally to Tate Modern. Along this way, a lot of interesting buildings and bridges from old to new, a typical London experience, a harmony between old and new. Renovations of Tate was successful as an overall exhibition journey.

    EXHIBITION

  • Building the Revolution, Soviet Art and Architec-ture 1915-1935Royal Academy of Art, London

    This exhibition started from the re-built and smaller scale tower in the courtyard of RAA. This exhibition showed a series of photos, models, and drawings of the Russian pro-jects. The photos were mostly taken during last 30 years. From speeches of peoples memories and the pho-tos, people able to image what does these buildings used to be look like. And having a contrast with the aban-doned situation now.

    General ExhibitionMuseum of London, London

    History of London, culture of Lon-don, a place tourist must to be.

    Vermeers Women: Ser-crets and SilenceThe Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

    An insigne of womens everyday life in the olden days of Netherlands and other countries, which make me wonder why this kind of painting has been popular of the olden days.

    Field of LightThe Holburne Museum, Bath

    Visited this digital lighting exhibi-tion at the New Years Eve, I was total inspirited and loved this exhi-bition. It made me feel like I am no longer on earth but in the Pandoras plant. It also reminded me the mov-ie of Avatar.

  • LONDON CAMBRIDGE OXFORD BATH NOTTINGHAM BIRMINGHAMTRAVELLING

  • COPENHAGEN BEI JING TIAN JIN