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ABIGAIL TAN ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

2010 - 2017


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C U R R I C U L U M V I TA E

——— ABIGAIL TAN january 1993

abigail.tyq@gmail.com issuu.com/_bigail

EDUCATION SINGAPORE UNIVERSIT Y OF TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN

2016/17

master of architecture

2013 - 2016

bachelor of science

architecture & sustainable design (magna cum laude)

S I N G A P O R E P O LY T E C H N I C

2010 - 2013

diploma (with merit) in architecture

AWARDS AND PROGRAMMES SINGAPORE UNIVERSIT Y OF TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN

2013 - 2017

sutd distinguished scholarship

2015

university teaching opportunity programme

20.101 architecture core studio 1 teaching assistant

S I N G A P O R E P O LY T E C H N I C

2010 - 2013

sp scholarship sp outstanding talent (spot) programme

2010/11

director’s honour roll


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WORK EXPERIENCE 2016

4 months

ADX ARCHITECTS

architectural intern ——— assisted in tender drawings and model making for a private hospitality project.

2015

3 months

FA R M

architectural intern ——— assisted in tender submission for private residential project. also involved in lloyd’s kuala lumpur and more private residential

projects; construction drawings and schematic designs.

2014

4 months

Z A R C H C O L L A B O R AT I V E S

architectural assistant ——— assisted in marina barrage external works; tender drawings and detail designs.

also involved in private mixed-use development in kuala lumpur; construction drawings and detail designs.

2013

1 month

ARC STUDIO

architectural intern ——— assisted in the sienna units catalogue drawings.

2012

3 months

RT+Q ARCHITECTS

architectural intern ——— assisted in private residential projects; architectural drawings, presentation materials and model making.

2011

1 month

S U R B A N A C O R P O R AT I O N S P T E LT D

architectural intern ——— assisted in sutd housing and public housing works; presentation materials, data documentation.

SKILLS rhinoceros, autocad, sketchup, photoshop, illustrator and indesign


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——— SELECTED WORKS

M.ARCH THESIS

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leveling the playing field

B.SC ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

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connector *

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alleyways

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urban retrofit

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silhouettes

D I P. A R C H I T E C T U R E S T U D I O

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urban solace

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wallflower

* exhibited at transform: sutd architecture and sustainable design graduation show in 2016


L E V E L I N G T H E P L AY I N G F I E L D YEAR

MENTOR

T YPOLOGY

2017

yeo kang shua

recreational

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BUILDING A HOME AWAY FROM HOME

an attempt to better accommodate our an attemptan toattempt better to accommodate an better attempt accommodate our toworkers betterour accommodate our transient blue-collar transient transient blue-collar blue-collar workers transientworkers blue-collar workers

an attempt to better accommodate our transient

blue-collar workers

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SPATIAL INTERACTION spatial interaction SPATIAL SPATIAL INTERACTION INTERACTION SPATIAL INTERACTION

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PERSONAL INTERACTION personal interaction PERSONAL PERSONAL INTERACTION PERSONAL INTERACTION INTERACTION

—— —— HARMONISING —— THROUGH SPORTS

Migrant construction workers alone make up 6%HARMONISING of THROUGH the Singapore population. Their number THESIS THESIS STATEMENT STATEMENT THESIS STATEMENT HARMONISING HARMONISING THROUGH SPORTS SPORTS THROUGH SPORTS Migrant construction workers alone make up 6% of the Singapore population. Their number has been increasing and within the last four years, has increased by 13%.

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These workers are also known as transient blue-collar workers whose work permits are valid for only a period of two-years. However, these permits are typically These workers These are workers also known These are also as workers transient knownare as also transient blue-collar known blue-collar asworkers transient whose workers blue-collar workwhose permits workers work permits whose work permits renewed, stretching up their stay to eight years or more. Seemingly a prominent are valid are for valid only afor period are only valid of a period two-years. for only of two-years. aHowever, period of these However, two-years. permits theseHowever, are permits typically these are typically permits are typically identity, migrant workers have been pushed to the sidelines. At work, they are renewed, stretching renewed, stretching up their renewed, stay up stretching their to eight stay years up to their eight or more. stay yearsto Seemingly oreight more.years Seemingly a prominent or more. a prominent Seemingly a prominent often faced with poor living conditions, verbal or physical abuse and delayed identity, identity, migrant workers migrant identity, have workers been migrant have pushed been workers to pushed thehave sidelines. to been the pushed sidelines. At work, to the they At sidelines. work, are they At are work, they are salaries or medical claims. There is also a general misunderstanding between often faced often withfaced poor with living oftenpoor faced conditions, living with conditions, poor verbal living or verbal physical conditions, or abuse physical verbal and abuse delayed or physical and delayed abuse and delayed Singaporeans and migrant workers, with existing stereotypes and stigmas, despite salaries or salaries medicalorclaims. medical salaries There claims. or is medical also Thereclaims. a isgeneral alsoThere amisunderstanding general is also misunderstanding a general between misunderstanding between between their contributions to our society. Singaporeans Singaporeans and migrant and Singaporeans workers, migrantwith workers, andexisting migrant withstereotypes workers, existing with stereotypes andexisting stigmas, and stereotypes despite stigmas, despite and stigmas, despite their contributions their contributions to our their society. contributions to our society. to our society. This thesis aims to better accommodate the forgotten migrant workers in Singapore’s social fabric, through safe spaces designed for recreation and aimed at promoting This thesisThis aimsthesis to better aims This accommodate tothesis betteraims accommodate thetoforgotten better the accommodate migrant forgotten workers migrant the forgotten in workers Singapore’s migrant in Singapore’s workers in Singapore’s interaction between Singaporeans and migrant workers, in hopes of a better social fabric, social through fabric, safe social through spaces fabric, safe designed spaces through for designed safe recreation spaces for recreation designed and aimedfor at andrecreation promoting aimed at promoting and aimed at promotingsports as a common activity to bring migrant workers and relationship. interaction interaction between Singaporeans between interaction Singaporeans and between migrant Singaporeans and workers, migrant in workers, andhopes migrant in of hopes a workers, better of in a better hopes of a betterlocals together sports as sports a common asactivity a common sports to activity as bring a common migrant to bring activity workers migrant toand bring workers migrant and workers and relationship. relationship. relationship. locals together locals together locals together

These workers are also known as transient blue-collar workers whose work permits are

valid for only a period of two-years. However, these permits are typically renewed,

stretching up their stay to eight years or more. Seemingly a prominent identity, migrant workers have been pushed to the sidelines. At work, they are often faced with poor

living CONCEPT conditions, verbal or physical abuse and delayed salaries or medical claims. CONCEPT CONCEPT CONCEPT

With the common love of sports, migrant workers and locals are brought together There is also general misunderstanding between Singaporeans and migrant workers, with through informala sports spaces. These informal spaces are formed by sculpting the With the common With the love common of With sports, love theofmigrant common sports, love workers migrant of sports, and workers locals migrant and arelocals brought workers aretogether and brought localstogether are brought together existing landscape and dotting it with supporting infrastructure. The architecture through informal throughsports informal through spaces. sports informal These spaces. informal sports Thesespaces spaces. informal are These spaces formed informal are by sculpting formed spaces by are sculpting the formed the by sculpting the

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This thesis aims to better accommodate the forgotten migrant workers in Singapore’s

social fabric, through safe spaces designed for recreation and aimed at promoting interaction between Singaporeans and migrant workers, in hopes of forging a better relationship.


migrant worker dormitory

relaxing in the park 5 mins, 400m

grocery shopping at sheng siong spontaneous cricket games relaxing at the void deck

SITE ANALYSIS 1:2500 0

100M

migrant worker path

park connector network

pedestrain/cycling path

recreational

potential sites

proposed site


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L E V E L I N G T H E P L AY I N G F I E L D

——— SELECTED SPORTS

cricket

——— PROGRAMME ANALYSIS

soccer

basketball

SPECTATOR

SPORTS SPACE

MALE WASHROOM

FEMALE WASHROOM

ADMIN OFFICE

STORAGE

LOCKERS

DROP-OFF POINT

BUS BAY

CARPARK

BICYCLE PARKING

COOKING

DINING

DELIVERY ACCESS

WASTE ACCESS

SNACK SHOPS

SPORTS

FOOD

SERVICE


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——— EXISTING CONTEXT AND LANDSCAPE

M.ARCH THESIS


L E V E L I N G T H E P L AY I N G F I E L D

——— DESIGN PROCESS

3. 'MIGRANT' SPORTS PLACEMENT

'migrant worker friendly' sports placed between 'local' sports to promote chanced interactions

2. 'LOCAL' SPORTS PLACEMENT 'formal' sports spaces placed further away to accomodate potential noise

30m buffer from blocks to accomodate potential noise 'local' sports placed in direction of residential entry points

1. EXISTING AND POTENTIAL ACCESS POINTS

towards migrant worker dormitories

possible access points from neighbouring block towards residential areas

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——— PROPOSED LANDSCAPE AND SPORTS SPACES

M.ARCH THESIS


L E V E L I N G T H E P L AY I N G F I E L D

——— DESIGN PROCESS

5. LEVELS BASED ON BALL INTERFERENCE FREQUENCY

cricket - highest defence can hit in any direction in front of them

soccer - moderate target is the goalpost and players who miss might hit areas behind it

basketball - lowest target surface is smallest. backboard also avoids interference

curved lines create a softer geometry, forming a more welcoming space

sports spaces lowered at various heights according to specific sport

straight lines are used to create directional spaces

4. SPECIFIC SPORTS ORIENTATION

each sport is rotated to its 'optimum angle'

3. 'MIGRANT' SPORTS PLACEMENT

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——— PROPOSED LANDSCAPE AND ARCHI TECTURE

M.ARCH THESIS


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L E V E L I N G T H E P L AY I N G F I E L D

——— DESIGN PROCESS

6. PROPOSED PROGRAMS

admin

sports storage

communal kitchen tuck shop locker room module


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CONNECTOR YEAR

INSTRUCTOR

T YPOLOGY

2016, 14 wks

calvin chua

office

recreational

COURSE

PA R T N E R

SITE

option studio

aerilynn tan

singapore

living

factories

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science park

view from ascent, by aerilynn tan

CAMPUS

A campus is defined as a community that is unified by a common entity. We propose for the ridge to be the common entity where both parks are stitched together by strings of communal programmes; exhibition galleries, cafes and pavilions. ARCADIA

Our intervention therefore seeks to restore the balance between the urban and the

natural, by introducing shared facilities that are nestled amongst the ridge, while greenery trickles out into the urbanised science parks. This results in the urban and the natural existing as one, and not regarded as separate elements.

We propose a modular structure that is flexible for removal or extension of the walkways.

Segments of walkways could be removed when trees densifies, or future expansion of the science parks could also call for an extension. Ultimately, we envision a constellation

of these lightweight structures stitching up the entire stretches of SSP1 and SSP2,

providing the office workers with a retreat from the urban environment into lush nature.


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——— SITE PLAN projective

B.SC ARCHITECTURE STUDIO


CONNECTOR

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B.SC ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

——— EXISTING ECOLOGY overall

——— HEVEA BRASILIEN SIS

.3 - .6 m

25 - 40 m

10 - 12 m

3 - 7 m


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CONNECTOR

——— ACACIA AURICULI FORMIS

8 - 10m

20 - 30 m

8 - 12 m

.5 - 1 m

——— ADINANDRA DUMOSA

.5 - .7 m

25 - 35 m

10 - 15 m

13 - 16 m


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B.SC ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

——— URBAN PLAN overall

n

50m


CONNECTOR

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B.SC ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

——— EXISTING TREE NETWORK

n

50m


CONNECTOR

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B.SC ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

——— EXHIBITION SPACE 6m high

n

5m

——— PAVILION 9m high

n

5m


CONNECTOR

——— AMPHI THEATRE 12m high

n

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5m

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A L L E Y WAY S YEAR

INSTRUCTOR

T YPOLOGY

2015, 12 wks

oliver

housing

heckmann

COURSE

SITE

architecture

joo chiat

core studio 3

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24 000 sqm

BRIEF

Working on the scales of the city, the building and the individual unit the studio aims

to understand the complex nature of urban contexts as places for habitation and the mutual potentials evolving between them.

The studio will develop innovative urban housing concepts for sustainable high-dense

living and focus on themes like density, diversity and connectivity. The integration of

building systems like load-bearing structure, services and building envelope will be treated as constitutive parts of design process. DESIGN

Joo Chiat has an existing network of alleyways that have a life of its own, away from

the main street scape. Although technically extremely public, these spaces are turned

into semi-private spaces due to its spatial quality and proportions. This quality is further emphasised as residents extend their private quarters into the alleyways. This

projects aims to translate the semi-public/private qualities of alleyways, into the common spaces of a typical low-rise residential estate.


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B.SC ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

——— ALLEY QUALITIES

——— MASSING

typical 7500x7500m general program grid

——— SITE PLAN

allocation

extruded and multiplied

sculpted to fit to site context


A L L E Y WAY S

——— EXISTING ALLEYS

——— UNIT PLAN

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——— PROPOSED ALLEYWAYS

B.SC ARCHITECTURE STUDIO


A L L E Y WAY S

——— FACADE SYSTEM

——— RESIDENT ALLEYWAYS

——— PUBLIC ALLEYWAYS

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URBAN RETROFIT YEAR

INSTRUCTOR

T YPOLOGY

2015, 14 wks

stylianos

office

dritsas

COURSE

PA R T N E R S

SITE

building

aaron yeo

finlayson

modeling

seow wan ting

310 000 sqm

information

melissa lee

green

The site sits on a rectangular plot of land that currently houses 4 buildings,

the Ascott Raffles Place, 6 Raffles Quay, AIA

Tower and IQPC Singapore. Formally the site of the Asia Insurance Company, it was once the tallest building in South East Asia in the 1950s. Completed in 1955, it was designed by one of Singapore’s pioneer architect, Ng Keng Siang.

At height of 316m, Third Finlayson Green

comprises of a double volume ground floor with

78

levels

stacked

above

it.

We

intend to build a skyscraper that would hold the record as the highest building in

Singapore

contribute profile.

and

at

positively

the to

same

the

time,

skyline

We believe that retrofitting on to the Ascott’s Raffles Place is one of the ways in which we can honour this land’s rich history and renowned reputation. Besides another

that,

landscaping

emphasis

in

would

our

design.

be

We

propose to create a green buffer along Finlayson Green to continue the existing

landscape horizontally from the north of the site. Our building will be littered with green spaces to extend the landscape vertically. In

addition,

serves

as

skyscrapers

a

the

undulating

distinct

in

icon

Singapore,

building

among

while

the

using

the building’s curves as a way to extend towards the beautiful views of Singapore.

render by aaron yeo


B.SC ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

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——— CONCEPT

3 2

1 remove

Removing

other

buildings

on site while keeping the Ascott Raffles Place

retain The

L-shaped

site

is

proposed to be the third

retrofit in the site while retaining

the

second

retrofit done to the Ascott

retrofit

Building is set at a height of 316m (75 floors) for a bird’s

eye

view

surrounding site

of

the

building

linearity Emphasis

on

the

strong

linearity of the building to respect facade

Ascott

building’s

views

Balconies created to extend views site

of

and

the to

surrounding

expand

the

landscape vertically in the building

undulating

Undulating floor plates to create a distinct outlook


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URBAN RETROFIT

——— BUILDING ENVELOPE

2000

2000

2000

200

0

2000

2000

2000

4000

4000

4000

9000

2000


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——— BUILDING ENVELOPE

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1

3 5

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1 2 3 4

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15 1918

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URBAN RETROFIT

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1 600mm thk precast rc column 2 450mm thk precast rc floor slab with floor finish to selection

3 fixed glass to detail

4 precast tapered rc floor slab 5 railing at 1200mm height 6 false ceiling to detail

9 10 8 11 1 600mm thk precast rc column 2 wall finish to selection 3 floor finish to selection 4 40mm in-situ screed

5 450mm thk precast rc floor slab

6 10mm thk tempered laminated glass

7 aluminium window frame with shadow gap detail

13 fluorescent tube lighting concealed

finish

14 furring channel at 600mm c/c

8 precast tapered rc floor slab in paint 9 35mm wide aluminium handrail

10 10x10mm aluminium balustrade bolted to ground

11 15x15mm drip groove detail

12 roller blinds anchored with angle plate to structure

with angled plate

15 suspension clip

16 suspension rods at 1200mm c/c

17 suspension bracket anchored to rc structure

18 top cross rail at 1200mm c/c

19 10mm thk plasterboard with paint finish


SILHOUETTES YEAR

INSTRUCTOR

T YPOLOGY

2014, 5 wks

trevor patt

institutional

COURSE

SITE

architecture

one north

core studio 1

41

800 sqm

views to frame BRIEF

The third project asks for a design within a natural space in One North area.

The actual conditions of the plot like slope, existing trees, close buildings framing

the space, accessibility, close amenities, potential users, character of the different

traffic roads, etc - will be taken into account to design a building carefully designed and connected to its close environment. The project will develop strategies for dealing with an urban context but extremely natural at the same time, and explore how to combine

in a whole design the required exterior and interior spaces. Design will be carefully

inserted in the site, and an increased level of control in geometry and definition —— materiality, thicknesses, enclosure - will be required for this exercise. DESIGN

This project is driven by the existing picturesque moments that occur throughout

the site. Making use of these views, the architecture frames the surroundings and

its form is driven by each specific view. This creates a serene journey through the site,appreciating the existing landscape to its fullest.


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SILHOUETTES

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URBAN SOL ACE YEAR

INSTRUCTOR

T YPOLOGY

2011/12

tessalin ng

residential

ken choo

COURSE

SITE

architectural

bugis

design studio ii

49

7827 sqm

One of the key issues of the site is the noise and crowd, due to the surrounding

facilities. Views are also very restricted from the high rise buildings around. The main target of the building is towards young urban professionals (yuppies) while the main

client is Yina Chua. Yina is a 27 year old Singapore Polytechnic lecturer. Yina spends most of her time at home and seldom has guests over. She expressed that privacy is an

important factor in a home to feel comfortable. She also loves living in open, flexible spaces, where a space is not restricted by its walls.

hBecause yuppies live very busy lives and have stressful careers it would be normal to yearn for a break. Thus, it was decided that the design intent is to create a solitary

haven, where the yuppies look forward to rest; a getaway from their fast paced lives. This way, the home becomes their ideal resort. However, this would be a challenge due

to the site. Being in the middle of a concrete jungle, how can we achieve a whole new atmosphere through architecture?

The solution is to create a whole new solace, that contrasts with the surrounding.

To achieve this, it is critical that we target the 5 senses. To create a calming effect through the sense is a great solution to creating a different atmosphere.


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——— 2ND STOREY PART PLAN

D I P. A R C H I T E C T U R E S T U D I O


URBAN SOL ACE

——— SOUTH PART ELEVATION

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——— PART SECTION

D I P. A R C H I T E C T U R E S T U D I O


URBAN SOL ACE

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WA L L F L O W E R YEAR

INSTRUCTOR

T YPOLOGY

2011

lim chun keat

residential

COURSE

chieu yih tsair

architectural design studio i

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AREA

holland link 401 sqm

‘Wallflower’ is a private housing unit situated along Holland Link. The client is Inch Chua, a local recording artist. The design is inspired by one of her songs, ‘Wallflower’,

which talks about how her quirky personality causes her to be isolated from the world,

causing her solitude. Despite her wishes to be accepted, she doesn’t change to live up to others’ expectations of what is “normal” or “perfect”.

In an interview, Inch also mentioned how this song is important to her, as it talks about how it was like growing up, thus the chosen concept of the design.

The massing of the building is derived from the hierarchy of spaces. As the bedroom

holds the highest hierarchy, the other spaces wrap around the bedroom, acting as a protective layer, surrounding the bedroom from the “outside world”.

Because the song talks about ‘hiding away’ in a ‘garden’, layers of screens are used to

create a ‘hiding away’ effect. With these layers, it creates a permeable architecture, where the inside is seen yet blurred.

As the main idea is to create an oasis for this bubbly artist, the aim is to create

permeable nature, where nature seem to invade the house. Greens creep into the home, becoming one with the building, hence the name, ‘permeable nature’.


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——— 1ST STOREY PLAN

D I P. A R C H I T E C T U R E S T U D I O


WA L L F L O W E R

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D I P. A R C H I T E C T U R E S T U D I O


WA L L F L O W E R

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D I P. A R C H I T E C T U R E S T U D I O


WA L L F L O W E R

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D I P. A R C H I T E C T U R E S T U D I O


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Architecture Portfolio 2017  

A collection of architectural works from 2010 to 2017

Architecture Portfolio 2017  

A collection of architectural works from 2010 to 2017

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