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Ada Siu Tung Tsang Ada, a young designer, has been pursuing her architectural education for almost 5 years now, 3 years bachelor at the University of New South Wales and 2 years master at the University of Melbourne for the master.Having a multicultural background from Hong Kong and interested to be exposed by as much as the underlying cultural tradition of city and people and believes that architecture is a cultural pursuit. Meanwhile, she tends to develop interest towards small to medium scale residential projects and have worked on multiple projects during university studio including campus dormitory, rural research lab and co-housing projects. From micro to macro, attention to small detail has driven the design. Ada is highly motivated and hard working with vast experience in team working with a range of people. Whilst her recent education is focusing on architecture as a cultural pursuit that a culture could be celebrated and flow through an architectural design.

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Drawing Competition for Celebration of 60th People's Republic of China. One of the 18 finalist. Hong Kong.

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City Scanning Post Industrial Landscapes 5.0 AAVS Hong Kong provides an opportunity to redefine architecture as art/ exhibition-making processes with curatorial strategies. An exploration into the unique dense urban area of Hong Kong for its potential for new architectural

and narrative grounds. The city of Hong Kong is documented through the 3D scanning technique and to be reconstructed to form a model space of Hong Kong that is not based on classical architectural understanding, yet through curating the city, articulating strategies of scenography and cultural identities in flux.


Exhibition hold at Osage Gallery, Hong Kong


Disturbance, 2018 A world of silent after an earthquake but what would be behind of those shadow of light? Panorama print on matte paper Undercurrent, 2018 Hong Kong residential blocks structure like supporting columns of the underground city protecting the secret garden of the underworld. Print on paper


Destruction, 2018 Work displayed on a 50" screen with a game controller to explore the world of destruction. Interactive Installation


Destruction, 2018 Work displayed on a 50" screen with a game controller to explore the world of destruction. Interactive Installation


In - Between While in most of the Co-housing projects having a clean boundary between the public and private, a strong contrast between the co-housing and the apartment units. On one hand, it provides flexibility and option of sharing but on the other hand the separation would not emphasize the idea of sharing. Other than the major common house, the in-between space being the semi-public and the semi-private would be the other shar-

ing that I extend and focus on. .The sharing not only form in the whole community and the family, the unit being the glass house that comes in between the two. While the glass house function as a semi-public or semi-private corridor or balcony, it brings a group of families even closer together to a great extent like a roommate. The closer distant would enhance the idea of a family like sharing.


3 Levels of Sharing

Jystrup Savvaerket, Jystrup, Denmark

The Extended Common Greenhouse

Quinta Monroy Housing, Iquique, Chile

Swan’s Market Co-housing, California, USA

Precedents Studies - the Public Vs the Private


Site Analysis


241 Knight Street, Watsonia 241 Knight Street in Watsonia being a relatively flat vacant land with extensive natural vegetations growing

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DESIGN APPROACH

Existing Site

Relative flat in slop and with sustainable natural flora

Main Entrance

Heart of the site

Major community activity articulated around the heart of the site Entrance shifted away from the main street, to provide a better and safe community within the co-housing.

Car Park and Garden as Separation

Car park and garden located on the east and perform as separation between the co-housing and the highway on east.

The Sharing Front Yard and Backyard

The sharing central playground and garden behind each glasshouse suggest the idea of a suburban life.


While not only to preserve the existing landscape but more vegetation is planned with the overall design, forming the idea of the front yard and backyard.

The In-between Glasshouse

The sharing glasshouse functions as balcony, corridor and an extra semi-outdoor space for a group of the community.

Pedestrian vs Vehicle Access

Both pedestrian and vehicle access is design to enhance the chance of sharing Both entrance to private apartment must pass through the common house, and people are more likely to drop by.


Community Garden

Kitchen & Dining

Playground

Laundry

Activities Room

Connection

Private Garden

Ventilation

Light

Community


ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE DESIGN (ESD)

High Green Cover Ratio

While the co-housing design is incorporated with the idea of suburban, the overall site features with greenery for both visual and practical effect.

Passive Design

Glasshouse is ideal for passive design In winter, the air heat up in the glasshouse then transit to the interior. In summer, window and door could be open allows natural ventilation.

Natural Ventilation

Windows open toward directions for cross ventilation.

Extended Outdoor Space

Glasshouse form extended semi-outdoor and semi-public for the house unit

Solar Energy

Solar panels are installed on the roof of the common house supporting the electricity need for both public and private use of the community.


GARDEN SPACE NEXT TO THE CENTRAL PLAYGROUND

WALL OF PICTURES AND NOTICE OF THE COMMUNITY

FLEXIBLE USE OF THE ACTIVITY ROOM, LOOKING TOWARD THE CENTRAL GARDEN

COMMUNAL DINNING SPACE WITH GREAT NEUTRAL VIEW TOWARDS THE GARDEN


LARGE COMMUNAL KITCHEN ALLOWS MULTI FUNCTION AT THE SAME TIME

THE RESIDENTS CAN PERSONIFY THEIR PART OF THE GLASSHOUSE , RELAXING AND FREE

KITCHEN WITH WINDOW OPENING TOWARDS THE CENTRAL PLAYGROUND

LIVING ROOM WITH LARGE WINDOW OPENING TOWARDS THE CENTRAL PLAYGROUND


Earth & Sky The Lighting Ridge, a complex site, both in topography and cultural-economic content. Extensive research is required for the project, environmental and technological factors and their potential to impact on architectural thinking and production, in order to design and construction a semi-public building for professional and amateur astronomers, geologists and earth scientists. To form an architectural response to this very particular location in the context of this research is challenging. Design approach, design development and material and

construction detail are all essential and must be delivered on to model and drawing. The initial concept is to embed into the landscape and not only minimize the visual impact to the site but also benefit from the earth insulation and stabilize the thermal performance. Research into the specific nature of this environment will be an important part of the studio's investigation. Calculate of all the requirement is needed for the project including climate control and thermal performance, water system, energy system and waste treatment.


A ramp leads to the partly underground building and creates a gentle sloping down into the earth experience. The general concept is to create space with clear separation between private and public space to form a perfect living and working quarters. Facing the entrance to the left is the private sector, on the right is to the public sector. The bedrooms are divided into 5+2 for the different working and resting schedule between the earth scientists and astronomers. Walking passed all bedroom, there would be the space which received the most absent view of the whole site, the horizon, are the dining and

living space. The reception would be the first in sight when entering the public sector. Then passing by the two working spaces with their own storage space to the library and gallery space. The combination of the library and gallery allows maximum usage of space of the two spaces. The courtyard in between is to provide more privacy and present outdoor space for both public and private sectors. The end of the building, the west side, consist of a large outdoor space with roof cover and both the public and private sectors have direct access to the outdoor space. The outdoor space also allows direct access and the land.


The Entrance Courtyard Library & Gallery Bedroom


Courtyard Living Space Dining Space Bathroom


Randwick Student Residence A new student dormitory is needed for the growing number of international student in UNSW. The studio requires investigation of social interaction, activities, thermal comfort, light, sound, topographical, open and closed space and the boundary of the site. The project aims to create a central outdoor gathering space surrounded by the U-shape student accommodation building. The public spaces on the ground level are the extension of the

outdoor gathering space. The use of brick is rather light then heavy and responding to the existing student accommodation building of Randwick. Extensive use of glass is to blur the boundaries between the two. The repetitive cavity brick generates rhythms for the entire space and creates patterns of light while protecting the intimacy of students. Abandon natural light is received in the northern sleeping space through the day while soft natural light with a view of trees can be found in the eastern bedroom.


Site Plan

Ground Level


First Level

Second Level


Major living space for larger group of people, overlooking the courtyard at same level, is the extension of the outdoor space.

Semi-private study and sitting space with views of the little garden and enjoying the western afternoon light.

A n o t h e r communication space for small group of student, placed between the northern and eastern bedroom for easy access.

Northern sleeping space, to enjoy and to be awoke by the gentle morning light.


Dinning space with long table formed by four smaller tables. Create an interactive space for student to gather.

Cooking space for large group of students, interactive with the dinning space and the courtyard.

Pathway within the building to private room for each student, cavity brick wall created filed light effect.

Eastern private sleeping space with massive view to the natural greenery, the trees itself work as a light and heat filter to generate a comfort interior for the bedrooms.


Function and vertical access of each level.


U shape to form a secure space from the outside and a social space in the middle

Trees along Mulwarree street provides extensive shading

Street View from King street

Different shading condition for different rooms.


Growing Towards Port Melbourne, about 5 km south-west from Melbourne central business district, is an upscale coastal suburb that the surrounding residential area was to be built in the magnificent setting by the Sandridge and Port Melbourne beaches and the sea. The Station Pier built next to the Princes Pier is the port for the Spirit of Tasmania ferry which makes the area as a complex mix of local and tourist. The Princes Pier served Melbourne for a long history as a soldiers departure point

and post-war immigration gatehouse but its significant have slowly loss along time and now served as a leisure spot for the locals. The current Princes Pier without an appropriate program, the connection between the current setting of Princes Pier and the surrounding seems to be loose. In order to establish the relation between the two, the idea of the project is to turn the Princes Pier into a social hub for the local communities and form an energetic and lively neighborhood.


Uphill for greater view

Direction to Views

Continuity of path

Pool as Destination

Uphill Landscape

Community Gathering


Park as a general leisure space with great flexibility of function and program. Ocean pool as a destination of the pier and as a contrast to the beach, while the beach is an extremely large open space, the ocean pool create a focus for people to gather. Community center as a concentration of people to enjoy the pier in an indoor environment without losing the quality of outside.


The element of the illusion, the frame, is to enhance the existence of the gatehouse and from an addon like an element to a destination of the site.


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Park makes such a great place to relax. Due to Melbourne's windy weather condition, the structure is aimed to reinforce the soil to resistant to both water and wind.


While at night the paths along the landscape would lighten up and form a water surface like patterns, just like walking on a glowing river. Towards the end of the pier, the forest of the pylons is there like always and light shine on the pylons, the light and shadow makes a great view at night.


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While the beaches next to the Princes Pier although is a great leisure space but would not promote social interaction due to the vastness of space. Pool on the other hand is safer and allow greater social interaction between strangers due to the limited of space. The pools come in different sizes and depths targeted for different users, swimming, feet soaking, playing... The largest pool floats on the water with intimate relation to the sea that people can jump right in or as a kayak platform. The continuity from the pier to the water with stairs and ramps are able to create the journey of stepping towards the sea.


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The community center connects to the beach with ramp and stairs, the pool along the stairs provide a great point for gathering. While the community center forms a great indoor space within the Princes Pier, the flexible activity room allows diverse activities or parties to be held in. Both the flexible activity room and cafe aimed to build an intimate connection to the water while framing the view by windows, the ceiling glass panel is carved with water pattern in order to have the water light effect in the interior space.


Three Learning Stages University museum informs difference learning perspectives through spaces and objects where the interpretation of knowledge or idea varies and forming a destination for the student of the university and the people of Melbourne. Nation Museum was built on the foundation of natural history and science, holding and exhibiting the collections on geology, natural history and botany that Sir McCoy had dedicated his whole profession and life to. The collections were so significant, especially the gorilla family that they marked the evolution discovery in the late 1800s,

where people of Melbourne gathered and visited this great and symbolic museum. In the traditional museum, receivers only receive one message from one object where visitor received more than one message while in a modern museum, the interactions take place between the building, the people and the object. The extension of the museum should not only preserve the valuable old object but forming a new one and the extension of the museum is aimed to articular a exhibitions with no fixed message and encourage to look in a different perspective for new possibility and inspiration.


The Exhibitions... Traditional

The Exhibitions... Experiential

Traditional perspective it present the object in the traditional way and in the old building with the some of the McCoy’s collection especially the significant pieces.

Experiential perspective which is more like a workshop where the exhibition forming an interactive space, and encourage your own integration with the objects, the people and the building. The exhibition items are not like in traditional one, sitting in a glass box where you can only look. the object in here is something you can sit and feel and play with. Like the enlarger butterfly here where you can explode on the details, a duplicate giraffe where you can touch and feel and the whale skeleton above you where you can feel its dimension and imagine it swimming above you.

The Exhibitions... Transformational

Transformational perspective it is a place where the university merge in, displaying their ideas and project based on the previous object. like architecture student like us based on this hummingbird or butterfly here, forming a architectural project. Or engineering student designing a wind turbine based on the fin of the whale. it is a place where student may see as their goal, displaying their work in this very museum would be something they be really proud of.


Transformational

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Traditional Museum

Experiential

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Perspective B

Perspective A

Modern Museum

Meanings Media Transmitters

Media

Receivers

Exhibitors

Objects

Visitors

Receivers conceived a linear communication where one object forms one interpretation of an idea or knowledge. Cameron’s Model of Museum Communication, based on Hooper-Greenhill (1994:36)

Team of Communicators

Active Meaning-makers

Visitor never receive a fixed messages but the message constantly reconstructed and re-interpreted. where communicative media of the museum includes the building, the people, the exhibitions, the objects where interactions take place Hooper-Greenhill’s Model of Museum Communication, based on Hooper-Greenhill (1994:25)


Ground Level G/F

Exhibition B

Small Library & Study Area

Exhibition B

First Level

Exhibition C

Museum Offices

Second Level


Info Desk Cafe Gift Shop

Main Entrance

Main traditional exhibition

Tunnel to the main entrance

Study area for students

Small library of documentation of other specimens


Flexible and bright open space for displaying and forming an interactive space

Sounds

Biomorph patterns (Microscope) Biomorph forms (Projection)

End of the central stair A look back to the foyer


Sky Garden 300 Exhibition Street features a sky-garden right in the middle of the entire building forming an extension from the Carlton Garden to the city context. High rise building in Melbourne is not concerned for the earthquake issue but dynamic wind load. The structural form bear similarity like another metropolis, using reinforce core as the inner tube as a shear wall to provide rigidity, external frame and floor use reinforce concrete as material instead of the steel structure to provide extra weight to resist the lateral load. Where the planning of the building is almost a square with 48m by 45m, two reinforce mega columns are designed on each

side as a primary external frame and smaller columns as secondary support. Columns and core are optimized against buckling, columns change the profile and reduce in size stepping back from lower to higher floors. Belt truss and outrigger are included as structural frame every 20 floors at level 1, 22, 44 and 65 on the mechanical floors, which is consider to be an efficient method mobilizing the axial strength and stiffness of exterior columns to resist part of the overturning moment produced by lateral loading and can achieve efficient height limit with maximum 150 floors.


Flipping Rectangle Material, form, production are the three factors driving chair design. Instead of starting from those three factors, I begin with the seating scenarios of a chair. MCIC is a place for innovation and creativity and a place for sharing ideas and designing a chair for the place, the chair should be considered a collaborate with the whole. The Flipping Rectangle is designed for great flexibility that it provides ways of sitting for different circumstances. Relaxing Stool Chair The place generates new idea usually be in a kitchen with drinks and snacks. The Flipping Rectangle can be used as a stool chair in a kitchen or anywhere else. Without the chair’s arms the person who is sitting on will able to move around easily which

enhance social and exchange

intercourse of ideas.

Lazy Bench Everyone needs a resting place at a point in time. The idea of the Lazy Bench is to provide a private zone for like reading a book, listening to music in your leisure time without being disturb. Outside space can be separated from your attention by the protection of the high chair’s arms. A curved back support aims for relaxation by the sitting gesture. Storage Shelf The idea of Storage Shelf is to provide abundant space for storing books and backpack within the chair. A flat surface gives a quick working area without searching for studying space.


Relaxing Stool Chair

Lazy Bench

Storage Shelf


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Architectural Portfolio Selected Works 2017-2018

Architecture Portfolio Siu Tung Tsang  

Architecture Portfolio with selected work from 2014-2018

Architecture Portfolio Siu Tung Tsang  

Architecture Portfolio with selected work from 2014-2018

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