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  • EDUCATION

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    HONOURS AND AWARD

    PERSONAL

    PROFILE Chih-Yin Chien

    Taiwan

    95 Aiguo Rd., Hemei Township, Changhua County, Taiwan 508

    +886 (0)916 680 926

    [email protected]

    Nov. 2011

    2007-2009 DipArch / MArch The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, UK

    1997-2001 BSc in Architecture National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

    March 2010- AHMM Architects /UKOct 2011 www.ahmm.co.uk

    Architectural Assistant

    Sep 2009 METAMODE / ASHTON PORTER Architects /UK www.ashtonporter.com Architectural Assistant

    April 2008- REMAPP Landscape Architects /UKAug 2009 [email protected] Architectural Assistant / part time

    Feb 2004- SHENG-YUAN HWANG Architects & Planners / FIELD April 2006 OFFICE /Taiwan fieldoffice.myweb.hinet.net/main.htm

    / Oct 2001- R.O.C. MILITARY, Taiwan Jun 2003 Selected as an architectural designer and construction supervisor for military facilities

    2000-01 SHENG-YUAN HWANG Architects & Planners /Taiwan Summer Internship

    2006 Commendation in Wanhua 406 Plaza Open Design Competition, 406

    2003 Commendation in Chi-Chi Earthquake Memorial Competition 921

    updated on 01.10.11

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    2000 Exhibited the work of Chi-Chi Earthquake rebuilding school project in National Museum of Natural Science

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    2000 Obtained the Professor John Hancock Callender Scholarship for distinction in architectural design in 3rd year

    2D AutoCAD 10 years Microstation 1 year

    3D Rhino 4.0 2 years Sketchup 2 years

    VRay for Rhino / 3D Max / Sketchup 2 years Graphic Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign 8 years

    Chinese Mandarin / English

    Wade Scaramucci Associate Director AHMM Architects t:+ 44 (0)20 7251 5261 f:+ 44 (0)20 7251 5123 e: [email protected]

    Christine Hawley Design Tutor Unit 21 The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL t:+ 44 (0)20 7679 4567 f:+ 44 (0)20 7679 7455 e: [email protected]

    Abigail Ashton / Andrew Porter Directors ASHTON PORTER Architects t:+44 (0)20 8372 1619 f:+44 (0)20 8372 1629 e: [email protected]

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  • The idea o f museum and the exh ib i t ion experience should be raised in connection with the culture in the city. Hence it is essential for cultural infrastructure to be able to invite ambient users to participate in different cultural events.

    We want a project which configures gradually an important scenario for New Taipei citys citizens, because by doing this, we will guarantee

    Podium

    Linear Exhibition Continous Exhibition Spatial Interaction

    Cut Where Beneficial : view, day lighting, entrance

    Donut TopologyTypical Volume

    Landscaping Connection

    Concept Diagram

    I PROFESSIO NA L PROJECT I

    Team Members: Chih-Y in Chien / Tze-Yuan Tsai2011 Taipei, Taiwan

    New Taipei City Museum of Art Conceptual Design International Competitio

    a successful operation for many years, which will increase its value as it becomes part of users heritage. Thus we combine different programs with exhibition space to conform social and cultural life, fitting the proposal into the city.

    In our scheme , the re lat ionsh ip between environment and people is intimate by designing a double spiral space which doesnt only keep the flexibility and variety of exhibition space but

    also could create a new exhibition experience. The court yard formed by the spiral space provides natural day-lighting for exhibition space and also an open public space for citizens. Furthermore, we combine the landscape, art resource center and art arcade shops which essential ly makes the museum become a peoples art museum.

  • This proposed mix-use development in Camden transforms two exist ing warehouse bui ld ings by reconfiguring the internal space and adding dramatic sky box extensions to each building. A triangular 12-storey residential tower replaces the petrol station currently located on the site. The existing underused green space to the south will to be transformed into a more inviting and better connected public open space.

    I PROFESSIO NA L PROJECT I

    AHMM Architects2010-2011 London, UK

    AHMM Architects2010-2011 London, UK

    Hampstead Road

    I PROFESSIO NA L PROJECT I

    Jesus Saves

  • A c c e s s To L q u i d _ Sunken Bath

    t h e P r o v i s o n o f P u b l i c Swimming Pools and Diving Facilities in London

    Scheme

    This project is about a lido in London. The lido includes indoor and outdoor pools, and it is being a city facility not only where people can do exercises, but also where peop l e c an exper i ence a mix of city environment and wateraccessible space. The aim of the building is to provide a variable space to connect these indoor and outdoor s p a c e s a n d a n u n u s u a l experience ofaccessing to the lido in London.

    1. male changing room 2. female changing room 3. reception 4. cafe 5. indoor pool 6. sauna room 7. outdoor pool 8. diving pool 9. poddling pool10. sun bath terrace11. auditorium12. view tracer13. entrance from park14. reflecting garden

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    I ACADEM IC PROJECT I

    D esig n Tuto r: Ch ristin e H aw l ey , Andrew Porter, Abigail Ashton

    Portfo l io 2008-2009, D ip / MArch

    The Bartl ett Schoo l of Architecture, UCL

  • 01 FROSTED GLASS

    Male shower rooms are surrounded by frosted glass. People from the street or in the building can sence the naked bodies.

    02 MALE SHOWER ROOMS

    Corn-like male shower rooms made of metal are hanged from the roof structure and seperated from each other.

    03 GLASS FLOOR:

    Indoor pool is beneath the male shower rooms. The floor of shower rooms are made of frosted glass. Water and glass relect each other.

    a. view tracerb. reflecting garden c. sauna roomd. auditoriume. outdoor pool

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    I ACADEM IC PROJECT I

    D esig n Tuto r: Ch ristin e H aw l ey , Andrew Porter, Abigail Ashton

    Portfo l io 2008-2009, D ip / MArch

    The Bartl ett Schoo l of Architecture, UCL

  • SHOP OF SMELL

    Proposal

    Smell is relatively capable of connecting emotion, feeling and memory. This scheme is to creat a place for people searching for a recollection through smell.

    I n t h e s h o p a s e r i e s o f commodities are including smells for men and women, for different cultures, for different emotions. Every category of commodities could be also divided by different physics s tates , d i f ferent strength , different sizes, and different colors.

    Brief

    SHOW ROOM_Displaying commodities which will become beautiful exhibits.

    RECEPTION_For people paying, also provide packaging and delivering service

    SMELL LIBRARY_For people refer to samples of smell in order to find out what they want.

    CONSULTING ROOM_There are staffs who can give customers some suggestions based on their professional knowledge.

    ORDERING ROOM_People can order the smell which is made according to their likes.

    STORAGE SPACE_Storage and all raw materials are divided by type.

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    a. concrete foundationb. supporting+steel hingec. in-situ reinforce concreted. 3 x steel vierendeel e. in-situ concrete lift casef. laminated ribg. larch boardingh. steel I-beam160mmi. oxidized-steel facade sheets

    I ACADEM IC PROJECT I

    Design Tutor: Christine Haw l ey , Peter Cu l l ey

    Portfo l io 2007-2008, D ip / MArch

    The Bartl ett Schoo l of Architecture, UCL

  • Work Content:

    In charge of final 3D modeling in Rhino.

    Architect: Christine Hawley, Andrew Porter, Abigail Ashton

    Location: Heyuan, Guangdong Province in China

    Date: 09.2009

    I PROFESSIO NA L PROJECT I

    METAMODE / ASHTON PORTER ARCH ITECTS

    Hakka Cu lture Park Architectural Design Competition / First Prize

  • Architect: Sheng-Yuann Hwang

    SD: Chih-Yin Chien/ Jing-Fang Wu

    DD: Chih-Yin Chien/ De-Yu Du

    CD: Chih-Yin Chien/ Chih-Zhong Yang/ De-Yu Du

    Location: Yi-Lan, Taiwan

    Date: 2005-2007

    WORK CONTENT:

    As Chief Designer.

    In charge of scheme design, d e s i g n d e v e l o p m e n t , construction drawing. Manging of budget, construction schedule and documetns for public work tender.

    New construct ion scheme mainly including structural glazing construction f