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A N T H EA C H E U K MAN L U I +61 413791595 | luianthea@gmail.com 1609/8 Franklin Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia

EDUCATION Feb 2017 - Nov 2018 University of Melbourne Master of Architecture

VOLUNTEER March 2019 Construction and renovation project

Feb 2014 - Nov 2016 University of Melbourne Bachelor of Environments (Architecture Major)

Oct 2016 Pholiota Unlocked Melbourne Festival 2016

Sep 2012 - Feb 2014 University of Hong Kong Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) Completed 57/180 credits

EMPLOYMENT Jan 2018 - Feb 2018 HoKoBuy - Shop Assistant Mar 2016 - Oct 2016 A&E Entertainment - Designer Dec 2015 - Jan 2016 James Law Cybertecture - Working experience student Jul 2014 - Aug 2014 Newland Engineering Limited - Summer internship COMPETITION + EXHIBITION + WORKSHOP Jun - Jul 2018 Galapagos International Architecture Workshop 2018 Universidad San Francisco de Quito

I am interested in how a narrative can shape architecture and the other way round. It is probably one of the most exciting ways to explain design. I like to play with materials and keen to see how they can achieve different atmospheres. Out of architecture, I enjoy being active and stay outdoors!

: anthealui

Green Lion Nepal

Mar - Jul 2018 Preparing for Practice Mentorship Atelier Red+Black

Feb 2018 Tectonic Grounds 2018: Frillish Melbourne Deisgn Week 2018, White Night Ballarat 2018

Jul 2016 Bodega - Enological Metabolism AA Visiting School Barcelona

Sep 2016 SuperStudio 2016 SONA

Mar 2016 Festival of Live Art 2016 SKILLS AutoCAD

Rhinoceros

Vray for Rhino

Grasshopper

SketchUp

Photoshop

Illustrator

Lightroom

Physical modelling

LANGUAGE Cantonese

English

Mandarin

Native

Proficient

Fluent

REFEREE Hamid A. Khalili Studio Fire leader hkhalili@unimelb.edu.au

Prof. Justyna Karakiewicz Studio Galapagos leader justynak@unimelb.edu.au


CONTENTS BEACHES BE CRAZY 06 STUDIO GALAPAGOS 14 GLITCH! 20 ABBOTSFORD FOODTOPIA 26 ADVANCE ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY 32 PACKING SPENCER/BATMAN 36 STUDIO: AIR 42 CONSTRUCTION DESIGN 46 TECTONIC GROUNDS: FRILLISH 50 BODEGA - ENOLOGICAL METABOLISM 54 OTHER WORKS 58


B E ACH E S B E C R A Z Y UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, SEMESTER 2 2018 INDIVIDUAL

What is a dwelling? What makes a space a dwelling? This thesis explores the potential outcomes of a dwelling that arises from unconventional planning and construction processes with the use of unconventional construction materials. The process questions the meaning and requirements of a ‘dwelling’ through the lens of a narration set in an alternative reality. The narration also acts as the framework, within which an individual’s connection to the place, identity and memory is revealed though the actions involved in the construction progress. The thesis also investigate how working directly with the material can lead to unique designs as the individual develops a set of knowledge of the material and simultaneously building a connection to the ‘space’ and turning it in to a ‘place’.

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1 6 2 5 3 Sheep fence section 1:2�@A4

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S T U DI O G A LA P A G O S UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, SEMESTER 1 2018 INDIVIDUAL + COLLABORATION

Water is the root of life. On SAN CRISTOBAL ISLAND, GALAPAGOS, inhabitants are facing the biggest challenge - fresh water is contaminated and finding new water sources is urgently in need. Other than conventional piping system, where can they harvest clean fresh water? As a group, a self-sufficient water harvesting + food production system is investigated by understanding how different part works together as a system. Individually, the grey water system is further investigated and a series of infrastructure is designed to process the collected water, as well as an education node.

Render by Daniel Kellett

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URBAN AGRICULTURE// CURRENT SYSTEM

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of food is shipped via 7 cargo ships on a rotating schedule

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Background research of the Galapagos Dairy

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Fruits & Vegetables

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Treated water Sedimentated water

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INTERVENTION CHARACTERISTICS// SITE DEVELOPMENT STAGING 1

Sedimented water Filtrated water UV treated water

Public toilet

Playground 1

Wetland 1

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INTERVENTION CHARACTERISTICS// SITE DEVELOPMENT STAGING 2

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Sedimented water Filtrated water UV treated water

Laundry

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Construction stages

To aquaponics

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G LI TC H ! UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, SEMESTER 2 2017 COLLABORATION

This studio uses robots as a pseudo-anthropomorphic technological prosthesis. Student were to examine the way architecture is complicit in the modification of the human body. BODIES OF MEMORIES? BODIES OF REFLECTION? BODIES OF CURIOSITY? BODIES OF FAILURE? BODIES OF CHAOS? BODIES OF SINS? BODIES OF RUSHING? BODIES OF IMPATIENCE? What can we take from the efficiency and convenience from technology and robots? How can we disrupt people’s expectations of continuing on their plannedefficient-route? How can we make people to choose a detour over the more direct journey? We will challenge the expectations of sounds as the user move through the site. With our robot generated abstract drawings, we will create ribbons to manipulate sound.

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“Cities fail when planned as singular, deliberate objects.” The studio set out a brief to explore a new mode of hybrid living in Melbourne. The challenge was to insert unique housing typologies into new and existing urban fabrics. The chosen site, Abbotsford was a suburb of industries, but now a place without identity and vitality.

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When you search ‘Abbotsford Melbourne’ online, you’ll get a long list of ‘Best restaurants in Abbotsford’ However these places are hardly located in the centre of the suburb, but rather on the fringe or right in the neighbouring suburb. Problem: where do Abbotsford people go for food in Abbotsford?

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Food is essential for every living human and there is a potential to bring back the community using food as the bridging medium - from production to consuming.

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MAIN YARRA TRAIL

INDUSTRIAL

ANDREWS RESERVE TRAIL

COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL

INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT/RETAIL

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ADVA N CE A R CH I T E C TU R A L TE C H N O L O G Y UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, SEMESTER 1 2017 COLLABORATION

Advance Architectural Technology focuses on skyrises architectural technologies. The major assignment was a semester-long design project - to design a 60+ storey high skyscraper. In groups of three, students are required to choose suitable systems that matches with the design intent and desired aesthetics. Feasibility, major structures and the envelope were the main concerns. The overall arrangements and connection details are divided into typical floor plates, podium enclosure and crown, which are done as individual works. A 1:500 model is made for easier understanding the structure.

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GLASS FIN BASE CONNECTOR

UNITISED CURTAIN WALL UNIT

M20 STRUCTURAL GALVANISED BOLT

WELDED CLEAT PLATE

4-WAY SPIDER FITTING

TRUSS CONNECTION STEEL PLATE WELED TO CAST-IN CLEAT PLATE

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GIRT 20MM LAMINATED TOUGHENED GLASS

M20 STRUCTURAL GALVANISED BOLT

WELDED STEEL PLATE CONNECTION FROM GIRT TO SPIDER FITTING

GLASS FIN M20 STRUCTURAL GALVANISED BOLT

ROOF TRUSS

M20 STRUCTURAL GALVANISED BOLT

STRUCTURAL GLAZING UNIT

CAST-IN CLEAT PLATE

AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR

AUTOMATIC REVOLVING DOOR

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20MM LAMINATED TOUGHENED GLASS

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ROOF GLAZING GLASS FIN

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SPIDER FIXING

UNITISED CURTAIN WALL

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STEEL PLATE WELDED I-SECTION GLASS FIN

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M20 STRUCTURAL GALVANISED BOLT

CONNECTION FROM FIRT TO SPIDER FIXING

FLOOR FINISHING

SPIDER FIXING

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CONCRETE SLAB

SHOPFRONT GLAZING

CONNECTION FROM GIRT TO SPIDER FITTING, 300X700MM I-SECTION GLASS FIN STEEL PLATE

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MEGA COLUMN GROUND LEVEL

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P A CK IN G S P E N C E R / B A TM A N UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, SEMESTER 2 2016 INDIVIDUAL

The mixed-use building located at the corner of Spencer and Batman Street, West Melbourne. It has to accommodate retail shops, offices, a therapeutic centre, galleries and a motel. The challenge to this project is to fit in a confined space. Acting as a social hub for the area, PACKING SPENCER/BATMAN is a project which draws concept from packing of molecules to arrange the program within the given space. Molecules also resemble the users of the building - they come together to interact, which is the main purpose of the social hub. Interactions are stimulated by connecting all public spaces which are centred at the podium The podium is the largest open space which invites people on the ground level to join social interactions. Public and private spaces are shuffled to promote communication between different users in the building.

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S TU D I O : A I R UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, SEMESTER 1 2016 COLLABORATION

Merri Creek flows through the northern suburbs of Melbourne and has significant values in environment, heritage and recreation. It reflects the relationship between the nature and human in the past and present. The chosen site is at the boundary that separates the built area and green space, sitting at the intersection of the Merri Creek Trail, a train railway and the main road, creating a hierarchy of sound. People mainly rely on vision to search and notice what is happening but use hearing passively. To change this natural behaviour, the idea of the design is to limit the use of vision and amplify the surrounding sounds, allowing users to focus and feel what is happening around, mainly using their ears. In order to limit the use of vision but not hearing, black polypropylene is employed as the main material, while translucent polypropylene will allow light to enter the space. Penetrations are made according to the source of sound and only on black panels. Using sound as the starting point, sound clips are collected in three different spots and are visualised as sound waves, which are used as the form generator. Grasshopper is used as the parametric exploration tool.

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ANNOTATION FOUNDATIONS 1. Bored pile a. size: 400mm b. size: 500mm 2. Reinforcing bars: 6N20 3. Ligament: R10 @ 300 CTRS LEVEL 0 PRIMARY STRUCTURE 4. Loose earth fill 5. Sand bed, 50mm 6. Vapour barrier 7. Slab reinforcing bars Main reinforcement: N16-200 - Supporting reinforcement: N12-300 8. Ground suspended slab 9. Beam reinforcing bars: 15N16 10. Beam ligaments: N12-200 11. Ground beam 12. Screed to fall 13. Reinforced concrete column 14. Column reinforcing bars: 8N20 15. Column ligaments: R10-300 LEVEL 0 SECONDARY FRAMING 16. Brickwork 17. Steel stud wall IN1 (110mm thick Soundscreen) between studs, provide 30mm cavity and sarking between stud wall and brickwork 18. Plasterboard 19. Customised aluminium framing 20. Spandrel panel a. GL 6: single glazed, with IN2 ‘88mm thick Soundscreen insulation’ b. GL 7: double glazed 21. Steel stud wall: 90mm - Provide insulation IN2 between studs 22. Plasterboard PB3: 13mm thick, water resistant, white paint finish

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LEVEL 0 SUSPENDED CEILiNG 23. Suspended ceiling - Plasterboard PB1: 10mm thick, white paint finish Rondo Key-Lock System 24. Insulation IN5: 110mm thick Soundscreen

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LEVEL 1 PRIMARY STRUCTURE 25. Bondek 26. Post-tensioned concrete slab Strength: 40 MPa Rebates for columns and window framings 27. Stressing tendons and duct 28. Slab reinforcing bars : N12-300 29. Floor beam: 500 x 600 30. Beam reinforcing bars: 7N20, 1N16 31. Beam ligaments: N12-300 32. Steel universal column: 310UC97 Sits on baseplate, use packers on grout when required, column bolted into concrete rebate

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UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, SEMESTER 1 2016 INDIVIDUAL

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LEVEL 1 SUSPENDED CEILING 37. Supawood Systems black fabric backing and Supatile slats 38. Insulation IN4: Gold Batts 215mm thick 39. Rondo Duo System suspended ceiling Complete with suspension clips, rods, furring channels and cross rails 40. Balustrade a. Steel stanchion b. Wood capping c. Glass 41. Timber batten On screed 42. Timber decking 43. Down pipe

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Construction Design is case-study-based subject, focusing on the new Olympic Park Community Facility. The first assignment was to produce an axonometric drawing of the assigned section, based on the given set of architectural and structural drawings. All details are annotated. The second part of the subject was to build a 1:20 model of the assigned section. The biggest challenge was finding suitable materials to represent real life elements and putting them together ensuring them not to fall apart.

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LEVEL 1 SECONDARY FRAMING 33. GL2, Double-glazed window 34. Aluminium framing PWC1 silver powdercoat Steel stud wall (120mm) - IN2 insulation between studs Plasterboard PB2: 13mm thick, white paint finish

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ROOF 44. Roof struss 45. Roof beam: 150UC23 46. Purlin: Z250 19 lapped @ 1200 max cts 47. Plasterboard PB1 48. Safety mesh 49. Insulation IN5: 110mm thick Soundscreen 50. Plywood backing 51. Insulation IN3: 100mm permastop building blanket with heavy duty foil sissalation 52. 75mm Roof Rack thermal spacer 53. Kliplok roof sheet - Wide tray profile allows turning down at the end 54. Colorbond flashing 55. Aluminium capping 56. Box gutter 57. Insulation 58. Spandek gutter support sheet 59. Adjustable fixing bracket

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CLADDING AND LINING MC1 – metal cladding 1 60. Plasterboard 61. Steel stud wall with insulation and galvanised sheet waterproof membrane 62. 5mm flat aluminium rainscreen with vapour permeable membrane VPM1 63. 22 top hat 64. 40 top hat 65. Backing - Plywood backing, breather membrane, MC3 infill - Fixed on custom folded Z section 66. Aluminium sheet panel with natural anodised finishing Fixed to aluminium backing plate with VHB tape MC3 – metal cladding 3 67. Furring channel 68. Plywood substrate Breather membrane on internal side, vapour permeable membrane VPM1 on external side 69. VMZinc flat lock Seam Panel System

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This subject does not only require students to have good modelling skills, but also the ability to identify different construction techniques and the reason of using them.

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T E CT O NIC G R O U N D S : F R I L L I S H UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, SUMMER 2018 COLLABORATION

Tectonic Grounds is a 2-week intensive exploring digital fabrication techniques, physical computing and rapid 1:1 prototyping. The outcome is a 1:1 interactive installation. Frillish mimics jellyfish motions and replicates their emotions as people come close to them. Over the 2 weeks, groups of 8 work towards an initial proposal which will be voted for the second stage which is collaborated with 20 other students to refine one of the three chosen projects. The last phase was to resolve technical issues of the winning design, finalise the form, assembly and installation.

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ELEVATION 01 Frillish opening; Gears turning anti-clockwise; Straight-toothed rack going up.

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BO D E G A - E NOL O G I C A L M E T A B O LI S M AA VISITING SCHOOL BARCELONA, JULY 2016 COLLABORATION

The aim of the ten-day workshop was to design the “seventh space” for experiencing wine - a space for wine tasting. The space will be located in a privately owned vineyard, with plenty of sunlight and viewing the vines. Wine itself was the starting point. By observing how wine interacted with materials of different textures, each group of two came up with a designing strategy focusing on one material – wood, glass or Corian (a material usually used in kitchen benches). Three small groups formed a large group to compile ideas and design the final proposal by the end of the first week. A 1:10 model was built by the end of the workshop. In order to let wine tasters to efficiently use their senses, the space was laid out as a journey. Wine tasters would first enter a white room to observe the colours of the wine. Next they would be facing the wind which would help diffusing the aroma. Lastly they would arrive the top sipping some wine and enjoying the view of the vineyard.

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O T H ER W O R K S

Graphics design, 2015 James Law Cybertecture

BE PREPARED

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A collection of works during the course of architecture education.

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A collection of works during the course of architecture education.

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