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Annabel L Fraser (Bel) design portfolio

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WELLINGTON FAULT

WAIRARAPA FAULT

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kitchen

bath

halflight warm room

reception

sauna

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changing room

Structure Services Facade Access

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Heavy Heavy Multiple Styles Decentralised

cafe

main exhibition

exhibition with relation to the built

exhibition with relation to the built

staff

staff

staff

staff

education

exhibition

exhibition

shop memorial

main exhibition

shop bath

memorial

memorial

memorial

simulation eathquake house exhibition memorial

simulation eathquake house exhibition memorial

memorial

viewing platform up fault line

memorial

viewing platform up fault line

wade pool

connecting platform

paddle pool waterfall stairs

HAMMAM

bath

meeting platform

education

service core bath

cafe

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kitchen

cafe

HAMMAM

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EAST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

HAMMAM

Facade Form Driven by: Lighting Characteristics

WEST ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION ANNABEL FRASER

EAST WEST SECTION

Structure Services Facade Access

SCHEME 1:HAMMAM

SCALE 1:100

Moderate Moderate Green Decentralised

Facade Form Driven by: Environmental Characteristics LEVEL 2 NORTH FACING PERSPECTIVE OF SCHEME 2 >URBAN GARDEN<

STREET VIEW OF SCHEME 2 >URBAN GARDEN< LOOKING FROM PARK TOWARDS WEST

EAST WEST SECTION 1:200

Structure Services Facade Access

CURVED FLOOR PLATES

SCHEME 2:URBAN GARDEN SCALE 1:100 TIME LAPSE SINCE LAST DESIGN 70YEARS

Moderate Moderate Glazed Centralised

Facade Form Driven by: Business (efficiency) Characteristics LEVEL 2 NORTH FACING PERSPECTIVE OF SCHEME 3 >OFFICE BLOCK<

STREET VIEW OF SCHEME 3 >OFFICE BLOCK< LOOKING FROM PARK TOWARDS WEST

EAST WEST SECTION 1:200

Structure Services Facade Access

REGULAR ALIGNED FLOOR PLATES

SCHEME 3:OFFICE BUILDING SCALE 1:100 TIME LAPSE SINCE LAST DESIGN 70YEARS

Moderate Light White Textures Decentralised

Facade Form Driven by: Circulation Characteristics LEVEL 2 NORTH FACING PERSPECTIVE OF SCHEME 4 >ART GALLERY<

STREET VIEW OF SCHEME 4 >ART GALLERY< LOOKING FROM PARK TOWARDS WEST

EAST WEST SECTION 1:200

ALIGNED FLOOR PLATES TO EXAGGERATE A FORM

SCHEME 4:GALLERY SCALE 1:100 TIME LAPSE SINCE LAST DESIGN 70YEARS

ANNABEL FRASER

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Contact and Portfolio Contents

Annabel Louise Fraser

Computer Program Proficiency Levels (2013)

Ferguson Street Newtown

Design Sub(vert.)Urbanity (2013 Ongoing) 4 Time Frames (2012) 8 Earthquake Museum (2011) 10

Construction Concrete Construction (2011) 12 Timber Construction (2010) 14 Steel Construction (2012) 16 A LEVEL 0 1:500 WELLINGTON FAULT OHARIU FAULT

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M +64 27 932 0189 frasera@live.com

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Competition Work 18 D

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kitchen

bath

halflight warm room

reception

kitchen

sauna

service core

service core

bath

cafe

de-robing room

changing room

1:200 Level 1

HAMMAM

Structure Services Facade Access

Heavy Heavy Multiple Styles Decentralised

cafe

exhibition

shop

shop

bath

memorial

main exhibition

main exhibition

exhibition with relation to the built

exhibition with relation to the built

memorial

memorial

staff

simulation eathquake house exhibition

memorial

staff

simulation eathquake house exhibition

memorial

staff

memorial

viewing platform up fault line

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staff

memorial

viewing platform up fault line

wade pool

connecting platform

paddle pool waterfall stairs

1:200 Level 0

bath

education

exhibition

memorial

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kitchen

cafe

meeting platform

education

service core

HAMMAM

1:200 Level 2

EAST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

HAMMAM

Facade Form Driven by: Lighting Characteristics

WEST ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION ANNABEL FRASER

EAST WEST SECTION

Structure Services Facade Access

SCHEME 1:HAMMAM

SCALE 1:100

Moderate Moderate Green Decentralised

Facade Form Driven by: Environmental Characteristics LEVEL 2 NORTH FACING PERSPECTIVE OF SCHEME 2 >URBAN GARDEN<

STREET VIEW OF SCHEME 2 >URBAN GARDEN< LOOKING FROM PARK TOWARDS WEST

EAST WEST SECTION 1:200

Structure Services Facade Access

CURVED FLOOR PLATES

SCHEME 2:URBAN GARDEN SCALE 1:100 TIME LAPSE SINCE LAST DESIGN 70YEARS

Moderate Moderate Glazed Centralised

Facade Form Driven by: Business (efficiency) Characteristics LEVEL 2 NORTH FACING PERSPECTIVE OF SCHEME 3 >OFFICE BLOCK<

STREET VIEW OF SCHEME 3 >OFFICE BLOCK< LOOKING FROM PARK TOWARDS WEST

EAST WEST SECTION

SCHEME 3:OFFICE BUILDING SCALE 1:100

ANNABEL FRASER


Beginner Intermediate Expert

Beginner Intermediate Expert

Computer Program Proficiency Levels

Revit

Revit

AutoCAD

AutoCAD

Vasari

Vasari

EcoTect

EcoTect

3DS Max

3DS Max

Excel

Excel

Word

Word

PowerPoint

PowerPoint

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Photoshop

Photoshop

Illustrator

Illustrator

InDesign

InDesign

ArchiCAD

ArchiCAD

Earth

SolidWorks

Earth

SolidWorks


Sub(vert.)Urbanity

ARCHI591 - Masters of Architecture (Professional) - Victoria University Wellington

Abstract:: New Zealanders continue to reject higher density housing as a way of living. The detached house in the suburbs remains the preferred housing of choice for most. This proposal overcomes attributes detrimental to the desirability of higher density living, as identified by the Centre for Housing Research Aotearoa. This inner city housing proposal, in central Wellington, incorporates these attributes, with additional design considerations, to offer an alternative model for living; one that provides housing choice structured through an integrated vision for landscape. Key considerations include creating high levels of

amenity: landscape, solar access, privacy, a vertical neighbourhood, and balancing collective and private amenity. The proposal provides a range of housing types â&#x20AC;&#x201C; apartments, maisonettes, terraces â&#x20AC;&#x201C; to accommodate household diversity targeting various stages of the family life stage cycle. As an inner city proposal it demonstrates how the perceived loss of private amenity afforded by the suburbs can be offset by the facility rich city. Just as these dwellings draw from the surrounding city, so too the project gives back to the public realm.

Supervisor: Kerstin Thompson


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Architectonic â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;slidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Constrained along two axis, freeing the third

Structural Concept:

Sectional perspective through two North-South orientated units

double height units for solar access and green interventions

A mega-structure creating double height, double aspect, and broad two unit zones capable of division in multiple ways


Sub(vert.)Urbanity 48m2 int 11m2 ext 144m2 int 11m2 ext

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Typical Unit Plan :: East West Orientated with Duel Key Potential


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Landscape Typologies Defined by different ownership and location parameters

View From Circulation

Indoor Outdoor Connection Connection through to Mount Victoria


Time Frames

Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Tutor; Anne Mette Frandsen Project Description: There were two seemingly contradictory briefs for this project, adaptability (for submission to a Danish student future designs competition) and site specificity. Sited in Vesterbro, Copenhagenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s colourful suburb of ethnic minorities and young professionals, this design responds through an adapting structure and facade system to meet the evolving needs of the suburb. With a bolted steel frame structure, and a clip in

halflight warm room

reception

kitchen

de-robing room

sauna

service core

service core

cafe

HAMMAM

Structure Services Facade Access

meeting platform service core

changing room

wade pool

connecting platform

paddle pool waterfall stairs

1:200 Level 0

steel curtain type facade, the design aimed to step away from modular looking buildings to prove there is a flexible, and iconic, way beyond kit-set living. The programme selected for digital parametric design development was the Hammam due to its social environmental potential and heavy service requirements; thus able to test the most conceptually and constructionally difficult programme for the systemâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s adaptability.

1:200 Level 1

HAMMAM

1:200 Level 2

Adaptability

HAMMAM

Heavy Heavy Multiple Styles Decentralised

Facade Form Driven by: Lighting Characteristics

Site EAST WEST SECTION

Structure Services Facade Access

SCHEME 1:HAMMAM

SCALE 1:100

Moderate Moderate Green Decentralised

Facade Form Driven by: Environmental Characteristics LEVEL 2 NORTH FACING PERSPECTIVE OF SCHEME 2 >URBAN GARDEN<


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A Life in Denmark: While living in Denmark I gained experience beyond what I had hoped for before beginning my exchange there. The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts is the oldest school of architecture

in the world, established in 1754. It is situated in a city seeped in European traditions and follows these traditions internally rigorously with healthy yet strict time and life balance expectations.

As an arts academy the school had an experimental approach to design focussing on modelling and hand draughting to develop an ideaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sophistication. In Scandinavia the

school also had a deeply embedded understanding of phenomenological design, which proved an enriching and uplifting contrast to my earlier education.


Earthquake Museum ARCI312 - Victoria University Wellington

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Project Description:

ANNABEL FRASER

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Tutor; Daniele Abreuelima

WAIRARAPA FAULT

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cafe

main exhibition

staff

staff

education

exhibition shop bath

memorial

exhibition with relation to the built memorial

simulation eathquake house exhibition memorial

memorial

viewing platform up fault line

EAST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION ANNABEL FRASER

This Wellington sited project is designed as a Land Mark memorial, museum and educational facility to aid understanding New Zealandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unique seismic conditions.


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The form is derived from a model study of the movements of tectonic plates to create a dramatic and unique building.


Concrete Construction SARC321 - Victoria University Wellington

Tutor; Simon Twoose

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cafe

main exhibition

staff

staff

education

exhibition shop bath

memorial

exhibition with relation to the built memorial

simulation eathquake house exhibition memorial

memorial

viewing platform up fault line

EAST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION ANNABEL FRASER

A continuation of the Earthquake Museum design assignment into construction left to right: seismic gap section roof detail, parapet detail, plan seismic joint detail


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Timber Construction NZS3604 SARC221 - Victoria University Wellington

Tutor; Sunil Bakshi

First Light House detail plans with reference to NZS3604. Recent work with this timber design document is more sophisticated, although modelling (at 1:5) undertaken only in this course


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First Light Briefing Image


Steel Construction

Tutor; Simon Twoose 28.1m 5.5m

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CUBA STREET

space frame diaphragm above

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eccentricity

resistance

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CoR

therefor structure 20% overdesigned

X direction

torsion resistance provided by verticle structure to due to eccentricity shown in plan (loaded from the Y direction) resistance

ARCI421 - Victoria University Wellington

space frame deformation under X direction lateral loading

level 4 24000

level 3 18000 (average height)

254x150 X direction beam

level 2 12000

all columns 260x256

level 1 6000 140x140 Y direction beam

tie dimensions X direction 91x91

space frame diaphragm

tie dimensions Y direction 83x83 Section A

Section B

elevation and plan drawings at 1:250

This double skin facade protects a hydroponic garden for Cuba Street in the year 2030. Left to right: assembled 3D facade/structure junction, structural breakdown of design, space frame floor/facade junction


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Competition Work

24H SANNZ Design Competition - Wellington Transport Hub - First Runner Up

Collaborators; Margot Bowen and Luke Bryant


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Project Description:

Rail

Ferry

Site

Hydro Bus

Rail

Hydro Bus

Ferry

This project is sited 50m from Wellington’s existing rail and bus stations, 200m for the ferry terminals and alongside one of the city’s main arterial routes. This design, for the year 2030, proposes using one of the city’s significant natural resources, water, to sustainably power a new hydro train, bus and airport and interisland ferry transport network. Designed is the ferry hub, the connection to the existing railway station and a new semi-submerged bus station each for passenger interchanges and refuelling facilities.


Architecture is not so much a knowledge of form, but a form of knowledge -Bernard Tschumi

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