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1 2 3 4 Huiyuan Li

T: 785-317-4739 E: huiyuanl@ksu.edu

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Kansas City Craft Center
2nd Year Project

California Cliff Garden
1st Year Porject

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New York Yayoi Kusama Museum
3rd Year Porject Charles Burton Design Competition, Finalist

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Kansas City Whole Body Center
4th Year Project, Manko Design Competition 2012, First Prize

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Xinan Culture and Sports Center
Project in Summer 2013 Shenzhen University Architectural Design Institute award 2013. First Prize Xinan Culture and Sports Center design competition 2013. Second Prize

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Cliff Garden
California

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The Garden Project, located on a cliff off the coast of California, was one of my earliest projects. The design proportion applied the golden ratio in geometry. The spaces are inspired by a traditional Chinese garden and are separated, but not blocked. Bamboo partitions are utilized as “translucent” screens, that divide space and keep space flowing throughout.

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Kansas Craft Center City Craft Center
Kansas City, MO

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The Kansas City Craft Center fun as a museum and an art Studio. It acts as a communication space for artists and visitors. The artwork may be displayed in just about any space inside the building. It features its own sales gallery as well as a studio and artist residence. The challenge of this project is the long (142ft) and narrow (26ft) site constraints and how to accomodate function with circulation.

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One of the main ideas of the design is the atrium which penetrates the building from bottom to top. It curves in different levels to create a sculptural form of space. The space itself can handle larger and taller scale art work. It also works as an activity space and educational space.

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Yayoi Kusama Museum
New York City, NY

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Yayoi Kusama (born March 22, 1929) is a Japanese artist and writer. Throughout her career she has worked in a wide variety of mediums, including painting, collage, sculpture, performance art and environmental installations, most of which exhibit her thematic interest in psychadelic colors, repetition and pattern.

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Whole Body Center
Kansas City, MO The Whole Body Center is different from a regular gymnasium, because it gives opportunities to people to do aerobic exercises in a natural way. Rock climbing and swimming are both ancient sports that happen in nature. These activities represent the adventurous attitude of human beings. In order to hold the original passions, the Whole Body Center was designed as an inner world that brings people back to the nature.

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Culture and Sports Center
Shenzhen, China

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Height of surrounding buildings

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Inner courtyard respond to outer space

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Site area Space for outdoor sports field Formation of courtyard

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Open courtyard Soccer Field Entry Plaza

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T: 785-317-4739 E: huiyuanl@ksu.edu