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WANPENG ZU



CONTENTS


GRADUATE URBAN DESIGN STUDIO

· Revitalizing the Dead Sea
· Jordan Valley: Eco-Agriculture
· Jordan Valley-Humanity
· Poughkeepseed-Modular Bioremediation
· Up-Poughkeepsie
· Clinton Water Front Park

·  Infrastructure and Energy
· Helcome-Hell's Kitchen · Recognizing Two Montgomeries · EVOLO-A “Non-Existent” Tower · Fabrics and Typologies: Paris · Public Space/ Recombinant Urbanism
· Kent Avenue
· Poughkeepsie Possibilties Interaction · Poughkeepsie-Site Research

PROFESSIONAL WORK

· Sun Terrace
· Urban Treehouse-165 Charles St. in NYC
· Chelsea Market in NYC
· Sun Island
· Genghis Khan Town Master Planning

TECHNOLOGY

·  Encoded Matter
· Integrated Parametric Delivery
· Xinformodeling
· Urbanisms & Algorithms
·  Post Office_Communication
· MAP-Arcgis

UNDERGRADUATE PROJECT

· The New Central Axis of Canton
· Regeneration fo Canton Center Axis
· Wuri Renovation · Renovation of Industrial Park · Regenerate Majia River Harbor Area · Reframing Dong Qing Family DIstrict

OTHER WORK

· Other Work-Models
· Drawings&Photography
· Films&Animations 

PHOTOGRAPHY

· China
· America
· Europe
· Africa
· Asia

DONES

WANPENG ZU


Graduate Student at Columbia University in the City of New York

Project Designer at TLS Landscape Architecture in San Francisco Bay Area


What I learn and obtain in Architure and urban design is showing me our responsibility to take humanism, environment and economy for granted. It is the surroundings that show us the inviting world so that I barely hope to use my design to find what I can share with the endangered earth, probably architecture, environment, activity, space, emotions or even some actions to feel the future.

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GSAPP MSAUD PROJECT

The Five Boroughs-Hell's Kitchen


New York State
Summer 2016 I Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, I New York City
Instructor: Kaja Kuhl
Name: Clinton Waterfront Complex
Team: Wanpeng Zu, Jun Seong Ahn, Fu Wang

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Clinton Waterfront Complex is a project constructing a threshold from De Witt Clinton Park to the adjacent waterfront integrating the landscape and programs of public parks and piers that not only designates the unified space an attractive destination but also create and economic development through strengthening the local community network.

As De Witt Clinton Park extends its landscape to the waterfront along W 54th St. Blending into the Piers 92/94 and Clinton Cove Park, the structure and programs of the piers will also spread its territory encompassing natural environment on the roof. The two expansions becoming part of a walkable network will attract tourists from the cruise dock and vitalize the Special Clinton District community seeking prosperity of quality of life.

Rethinking the existing municipal and infrastructure, and bridging potential areas in the district will generate diverse scale of communities based on their interests and create an economic development through improving social and political welfare of the district. A network with genuine design, thoroughly intervened space, significant connection, and user-oriented adaptability will anticipate the site to become and all-encompassing infrastructure extending its potentiality throughout the city.