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CONTENTS Academic Public Facility 01

Lure

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Tensegrity

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One and More

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Bio-railway Station

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Residential 05

Green Living Quarter

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Health Care 06

3x3

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Communication Design

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Infinite

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The 3rd Force

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Professional 01

Hotel Room, Yan Tai Seashore Boutique Hotel

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475 Malvern Road

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Men’s Fashion Retail Store Feature Rack

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Graphic Design 01

Carol’s Restaurant

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ACADEMIC


PUBLIC FACILITY


Lure Prahran

2009

In this project, my design intention was to create a connection that links Greville

Street has a unique characteristic within this area, while it tends to be neglected by the visitors. Facing a dramatic fall in the number of shoppers, more and more of such independent boutiques have been replaced by chain stores recently. The culture of “independent design and retail” in Greville Street is therefore descending. In an attempt to overcome such difficulty that Greville Street faces, and to achieve ‘connectivity’, I am proposing a set of street installation, to integrate the

ing more visitors into the street and explore the amazing shops on the street, at the same time, increasing street recognition and activating the street as a whole.

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rich cultural characteristics of Chapel Street with the Greville Street, therefore invit-

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Street, Prahran Chapel Street area and the surroundings. I believe that Greville


Lure Prahran

2009


Lure Prahran

2009

Connection with other key spots

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Lure Prahran MAPPING STUDY

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2009 Diagrammatic development

Key Commercial spot Train Tram

Train

KEY COMMERCIAL SPOT

Bus GREVILLE STREET

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Lure Prahran

2009

Site condition

Greville Street

GREVILLE STREET

Greville Street

CHAPEL STREET CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

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GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

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GREVILLE STREET

GREVILLE STREET GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

FASHION RESTAURANT/BAR/CAFE HAIR/BEAUTY SALON MUSIC STORE/BOOKSTORE MIX

GREVILLE STREET GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

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CHAPEL STREET

CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET

CHAPEL STREET

CHAPEL STREET

GREVILLE STREET


Lure Prahran

2009

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Tensegrity Boxhill

2009

Box Hill is a multi-cultural, colourful and enthusiastic suburb in Melbourne. It has a history over 150 years and there are so many amazing historical events happened in Box Hill It would be great to assemble everything in one place and show them to the residents from Box Hill and other suburbs. Centro Box Hill is in the centre of Box Hill and it is a transportation hinge and a huge shopping centre. My idea is to install a pavilion on the main street in Centro Box Hill to achieve the design purpose, and also apply the culture and historical features of Box Hill to the design in order to attract more people.

To create a pavilion that contains the cultural aspects and historical features, a timeline would be considered to be used as the key connection. Over 100 years’ history from 1900 to 2009 of Box Hill will be divided into several parts (1920, 1945, 1980 and 2000) that represent the special features of Box Hill.

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Tensegrity Boxhill

2009 Site condition analysis

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Tensegrity Boxhill Study models & sketches

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2009


Tensegrity Boxhill

2009

Different kinds of materials and forms are used according to the different time periods of Box Hill, tessellated tiles, timber, hole proof fabrics, etc will be used in the project. A concept layering the material one by one follows the timeline to combine them together. For the main part of the design, the timeline will be used and layered one by one throughout the whole building.

A scheme of simplicity and detailsing goes through the design. At the same time, the pavilion has the function of creating a better walk flow and walking experience for people. People will have fun when they walkking through the pavilion. By designing this pavilion, Centro Box Hill will be a very interesting place for people to visit and whilealso providinge the convenience for the residents in Box Hill. It also contains the cultural aspects and mixes them together in order as one educational piece for the visitors to educate people.

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Tensegrity Boxhill

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2009


Tensegrity Boxhill

2009

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One and More RMIT City Campus

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2009


One and More RMIT City Campus

2009

Isaac Newton discovered that if one shines a white light through a glass prism, the light refraction inside the prism would generate a rainbow on the other side (Curious Minds, 2009). A prism, like the “RMIT Triangle” is a three-dimensional space, and like a prism, the space exists as an area of transformation.

The brief of this project is to discover a place where it is not functioning properly. Thus, based on the current condition, a transformation is required to enhance the place. This place is accidentally found in the RMIT city campus, which is named “RMIT Triangle”. It is an awkward space that has been created as a result of the juxtaposition of three buildings on the RMIT campus. This is an open space (for most of its part) and contains within it, irregular walkways in which its users have to zig-zag through.

Much like a ray of light, both the users and wind bend their journey when they navigate through the space. Furthermore, RMIT’s exterior image is powerful through the use of strong and saturated colours whereas the colours in the site are softer, duller and less passionate. Thus the literal rainbow that is the exterior of RMIT already exists and the space remains unique as it does not look like the rest of the campus.

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One and More RMIT City Campus Site condition analysis

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2009


One and More RMIT City Campus

2009

Study models & development

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One and More RMIT City Campus

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2009


One and More RMIT City Campus

2009

Another subtle part of this project is the secret concealed in the brick wall. Inspired by the “light and shadow effect” projects/ street installations, a number of triangles will be randomly placed on the brick wall. During day time, the trick could barely be revealed to the users while the shadow of the text “one and more” will only appear when the light projects from underneath at night time. This element emphasises the idea of “occasionality” once again. The general colour of the painting around the sculpture would change according to the artificial light that would be used to create the effect.

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One and More RMIT City Campus 9:00 am

12:00 pm

3:00 pm

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2009


One and More RMIT City Campus

2009 Day

Night

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Bio-Railway Station Flemingtion Street

2008

Bio-Railway Station Since the earliest times transport has given rise to particular architectural forms. Architectural and urban forms are generated as part of the transport systems (bridges, tunnels, roads, streets, runways, harbours). Theyhave also created unique building types, warehouses, tollgates, depots, stables and more). This design project aims to explore architecture in the service of transport, and will explore imagery, form and movement as it seeks to develop innovative design solutions for some of the emerging transport needs of the 21st Century.

Bio-railway station Transportation is one of the most important tools to connect people with the world. In terms of a metropolitan city, railway system works as a basic infrastructure delivering the most people from one place to another. If the entire city could be seen as a human body, the railway network could be the flowing system of the body. Thus, all the railway stations play the role as ‘cells’, which link together and ensure that the body function smoothly.

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Bio-Railway Station Flemingtion Street

Basement 1

2008

Entrances

Cafe Toilets Stairs & Escalator

Elevator Walkway

Food court

Express Super Market Rest area Columns

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Bio-Railway Station Flemingtion Street

2008

Basement 2

Toilets Ticketing Bike Parking

Elevator Book Shop Shop 1 Staris & Escalator Shop 2 Ticket Box Columns


Bio-Railway Station Flemingtion Street Basement 3

Elevator

Stairs & Escalator Seats

Columns

2008


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RESIDENTIAL


Green Living Quarter Footscray

2009

Green Living Quarter

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Green Living Quarter Footscray

2009

Japanese architecture, originally influenced by Chinese architecture, and then integrated their own culture and the Western influences within to form a new distinctive architectural language. The history and profound meaning of the Japanese architecture are always valuable to explore and study. Prior to start designing this project, a clear understanding of the Japanese Machiya house is needed in the aspects of history and architectural manner through a series of researches and analyses.In order to understand the essential concepts and ideas inside the design and construction of the Machiya house, I sought for the different factors that were behind the process of the development then adapt the advantages to the future Footscray sustainable residential design.

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Green Living Quarter Footscray

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2009


Green Living Quarter Footscray

2009

Footscray is a suburb, situated 5 km west of Melbourne. With my design, I intended to create a commercial and residential typology of middle density ----a green living quarte on a specific site in future Footscray area. To achieve this goal, as well as adopting the essential elements----INTERACTION, FLEXIBILITY, SIMPLICITY, and SUSTAINABILITY, which all come from the case study of Japanese Machiya house into my design as a significant part of the design consideration; I am proposing a modular sustainable residential house, therefore to encourage the interactions between inhabitants, and also to improve the image of the local community and living condition. By repeatedly applying this modular house on the selected site, I intended to achieve a brand new and modern green living quarter.

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Green Living Quarter Footscray

2009

Ground Level

Ground 1

7

6

Ground 2

4

2

1

Roof

5

4

5 4 5

2

1

3

3

3

5 2

6

8

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1 Shop Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2 Bathroom playing area Terrace

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Green Living Quarter Footscray

2009

Ground floor 1 Shop 2 Accommdation Entrance 3 Living Room 4 Kitchen 5 Dining Room 6 Tea Room 7 Toilet 8 Courtyard 9 Back Street 10 Car park

First floor 1 Shop 2 Bedroom 1 3 Bedroom 2 4 Bathroom 5 Playing Area 6 Terrace

Second floor

Roof top

1 Master Bedroom

1 Skylight

2 Master Bathroom 3 Storage 4 Study Room 5 Terrace

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Green Living Quarter Footscray

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2009


Green Living Quarter Footscray

Single

A Pair

2009 Green Diagram

Green Roof Middle Courtyard Back Street Plant Box Wall

Newell Street

Common Green

Donald Street

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Green Living Quarter Footscray

2009

Sliding Fence Rather than adopting the flexible partitions inside of the building, the ‘sliding’ concept could be applied outside. A sliding wooden fence is designed to enable the flexibility of the sharing space in the whole community.

In most of the circumstances, the middle courtyard of each house is the private area and separated while the fence is closed. Once the resident wants to have more interactions with the neighbourhood, the courtyard will become a common space, and is connected with the next door by sliding open the fence.

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Green Living Quarter Footscray

2009 Plant Box

In order to reinforce the concept of ‘green living quarter’, a ‘plant box’ wall is introduced as a part of the design element to decorate the west external wall. The plant box wall could absorb the heat from the Sun, moreover to make the views of outside more enjoyable for the inhabitants.

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Green Living Quarter Footscray

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2009


Green Living Quarter Footscray

2009

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HEALTH CARE


3X3 Richmond

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Hospital Waiting Area 2010

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3X3

Hospital Waiting Area

Richmond

2010

Hospital architecture is acknowledged as one of the most complex building types. It is constituted with a multitude of individual or related services and functional units. They can be mainly concluded into 6 categories, which are administrative functions, diagnostic and treatment functions, bed-related inpatient functions, outpatient-related functions, service functions and research and teaching functions (Robert 2010). Among all of these hospital service and functional units, arriving and waiting areas are always the first place for majority of the patients or visitors to wait for their diagnosis and treatment. Waiting becomes an inevitable procedure through the whole hospital experience.

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3X3

Hospital Waiting Area

Richmond

2010

In this project, my design intention is to create harmonious environment in the hospital waiting area, in order to fulfil the requirements of different users’. Based on a series of research and the user centered design, I believe that what the patients desire in terms of hospital is a welcoming place and somewhere they are able to feel calm and comfortable, rather than a traditional, institutional and cruel place. To achieve this goal, I am proposing a hospital arriving and waiting area with a collection of the supplementary components, for instance reception, nurses station, consultation room, and an outdoor garden. By doing so, I am aiming to tackle the problem between different users.

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3X3

Hospital Waiting Area

Richmond

2010

Connect

Fold

Extrude

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3X3

Hospital Waiting Area

Richmond Diagrammatic development

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2010


3X3

Hospital Waiting Area

Richmond

Exterior walls

Consultation room

Waiting room

Nurse station

Entrance & Arriving

Toilet

2010

Interior outline

Reception

Outdoor garden

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3X3

Hospital Waiting Area

Richmond

2010

Diagrammatic development

Waiting area

Arriving area

Entrance

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3X3

Hospital Waiting Area

Richmond

Layout

Partition

Lighting

2010

Flooring

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3X3 Richmond

Hospital Waiting Area 2010

Constructional detail: Precast concrete Timer board cladding

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3X3

Hospital Waiting Area

Richmond

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2010

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3X3 Richmond

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Hospital Waiting Area 2010


3X3

Hospital Waiting Area

Richmond

2010

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COMMUNICATION DESIGN


Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

"

Sustainable development is a dynamic process which enables all people to realise their potential, and to improve their quality of life, in ways which simultaneously protect and enhance the Earth's life support systems. - Future Annual Report 2000

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

In Australia, food waste contributes the largest proportion of all types of waste in the landfills, there are more than 5 billion worth of food have been discarded there annually. However, food waste does not merely cause massive financial losses, but also as a host of natural resources losses. Food waste is acknowledged as one of the most harmful factor to the environment, the environmental impacts are substantial from air emissions to water usage.

This project aims to promote rational food consuming behaviours and attitudes to international students. We revealed that the awareness of food waste issue among international students is relatively low. Additionally, we found that international student prefer to dine out rather than eat at home.

As one of the solutions to tackle the severe food waste problem, we are proposing a restaurant (a channel for student to engage with a healthier community), which incorporates with a kitchen (promote sustainable cooking skills with local and seasonal ingredients) and a garden (promote that food waste could be utilised by decomposing), in order to promote a sustainable lifestyle.

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

System map

advertising Restaurant

advertising

community influence

dine in

takeaway

garden atmosphere

donation

food

Infinite Infinite Infinite Kitchen Garden

gardening skills

cooking skills fertilize grey water collecting

rain water collecting

cooking

class

composting

gardening

organic waste harvest reuseable water

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water


Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

Branding

Brand name

Brand mark

Website

Uniform

.Raise the public recognition .Increase the brand values . Advertise & promote the

restaurant

Website

. Attract the potential target users

Home page

Kitchen

Restaurant

Gallery .Permanent .Portable

About food waste Location link Facebook/Twitter link

Recipes .Vegetable .Meat eysaver .Seafood .Bakery .Beverage Best portions .Daily portion .Party portion Top tips .Fridge tips .Reviving tips .Freezer tips

Garden

Gardening tips

.Time-saver .Mon-

Composting techniques About plants .Plants .Grow guides .Sowing calendar Shop .Plants .Herbs .Organic seeds .Equipment

Infinite club

Forum .Food recipes .Kitchen .Gardening .Green .Events Member login Facebook/Twitter link

Other

Events .Restaurant .Kitchen .Garden News About us Contact us Facebook/Twitter link

Location link Facebook/Twitter link

Cooking class .Class types .Timetable .Video clips

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

Logo This logo is based on the shape of ‘infinity’. It is consisted of two oval shapes in the same size. The left side oval with a slightly light green is designed as a fork, which represents the parts of the restaurant and kitchen. The other oval in a darker green colour is designed as a tree, or can be considered as a

Infinite

tree leaf, that implies the garden and composting parts of this project. They are connected and make the whole logo more harmonious, which means all the functions are intimately linked together, at the same time, dependent on each others. Moreover, it symbolizes the relationship between the food and

infinite

infinite

infinite

environment. In addition, three different colour themes are developed, and could be adopted in a variety of circumstances.

Uniform The intention of designing this website is to create a virtual community, where a multitude of purposes is contained. Firstly, general information and background of the organization could be found through the website by the users. Secondly, this website offers users an opportunity to have a long-term interaction with our restaurant, as well as with other users. In terms of public awareness, the name, brand and identity of the restaurant could also be enhanced.

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

Website

Restaurant

+

Kitchen

+

Garden

Restaurant

+

+

Kitchen

Garden +

+

+

May 10’ May 10’ April 10’

April 10’

March 10’

April 10’ March 10’

Feb10’

March 10’ March 10’

Garden

Kitchen Garden

Infinite club

Restaurant

Other stuff Composting techniques

Best portion

Gardening tips

Kitchen

Infinite club

Cooking class

Shop

Location

Location

Join us at :

Join us at :

Garden

Shop

Login

My account

Infinite club

Other stuff

Delivery& Reture

My bag:0 item(s)

Gardening tips About plants

My account

Location Parsley $1.00

Parsley $1.00

Oregano $1.00

Bay Leaf $1.00

Basil $1.00

Chervil $1.00

Mint $1.00

Dill $1.00

Chive $1.00

Marjoram $1.00

Infinite club

Other stuff

Delivery& Reture

My bag:0 item(s)

Plants Herbs

Shop

Organic seeds Equipment

Location Join us at :

F t

Restaurant

Kitchen

Garden

Bay Leaf $1.00

Infinite club Other stuff

Restaurant

Forum

Forum

Member login

Member login

Join us at :

Join us at :

F t

Shop

Join us at :

Login

Infinite club

Kitchen Herbs

Kitchen

Shop

About plants

Garden Restaurant Composting techniques

Garden

Gardening tips

F t

F t

Restaurant Composting techniques

About plants

Top kitchen tips

Garden

Other stuff

F t

Garden

Restaurant

Kitchen

Garden

Other stuff

Garden

Other stuff

Forum

Green

Kitchen

F t

Kitchen

Infinite club

Food Recipes

Restaurant Recipes

Other stuff

Other stuff

News About us Contact us Join us at :

Kitchen Events

Garden

Other stuff

Infinite club

Events News

F t

Events

Infinite club

Future events

About us Contact us Join us at :

F t

June 10'

Events

Past events

May 10'

F t

Restaurant

Infinite club

Restaurant

Contact us

Garden

Kitchen

About us

Join us at :

Kitchen

Garden

News

April 10'

Other stuff Restaurant Events

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010 Garden Permanent vertical garden Drip irrigation system

Vertical plant garden

Vertical plant wall garden Asian Herbs, Vegetables, Fruits, Flowering Plants

Twining Plants Tendril Plants Rambling Plants

Pots, bottles modular containers

Cages, neting, Teepee, Strings, Poles Catch water basin

Bamboo construction

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

The aim of our garden is to promote the appreciation of food among students, we believe that our garden will raise their awareness of food waste, as well as the environmental impact that we wish to focus on. Our garden will provide local food consumption that might help to reduce food mile, global warming and preserve the environment. Other than the garden, we address practical knowledge about composts , as unavoidable wasted food can be recycled and compost can feed to the soil.

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

composting bin

Dripping irrigation system

water line from rainwater tank

water line

water line

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

bamboo poles rattan weaving

tree trunk seating

3rd loop garden

2nd loop garden

1st loop garden

composting bin

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

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2010


Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010 Kitchen

Cooking class

Recycle grey water - gardening - water conservation

Rain water harvesting - gardening - water conservation

Upcycle construction material - shipping container - smart to build - reduce construction waste to site

Catering

Organic waste collecting - decompose for fertiliser

Green cooking utensil - energy saving - safe

Energy efficiency - building orientation setting

Fresh and local ingredient - harvests from garden

Kitchen which will be used for cooking classes will convey the cooking techniques; especially conveying the skills to reuse leftover food or over rotted vegetables and fruits. It promotes cooking over dining out among students and increases the appreciation of food.

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Infinite 2010

rainwater storage 3000mm

6750mm

1900mm

3400mm

3600mm

6120mm

Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

wasted food storage

3000mm

6750mm

Compressed bamboo fibres flooring

(Bamboo XL 2010)

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

Natural constructional materials

Advertising

- bamboo - rattan

Restaurant

- advertising board - plant in pot Food container

Stronger connection with nature

Portable

Permanent Recreational space

- minimise impact to existing environment reuse material - furniture - shipping container

Donation

- promote reuse - cut down waste

- providing both private and public space - providing indoor and outdoor dining experience

Food storage Modular

- over prepared food - transported by bike - seat - flexible structure

- keep food fresh

The permanent and portable restaurant both attempt to change the influence of peers on food consumption pattern among our target users. It also provides an interaction space for students to better bond to the community.

bamboo finished louvre with moniflex sandwiched Pivot opening up to 90 degree

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

Bamboo partition

Kitchen and restaurant over view

restaurant kitchen

restaurant outdoor

Kitchen

Restaurant outdoor

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

Permanent Restaurant on site sliding

pivot

pivot

bamboo finished louvre

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

Portable Restaurant__Modular mechanism exploration food storage

cutlery storage cutlery storage

plants display shelf

plants display shelf

digital food scale

pivot

sliding

Bicycle trailer

(The Y-Frame 2010)

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Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

digital food scale (Pzeri 2010)

Portable restaurant trailer like detail

540mm 1450mm

300mm

900mm

450mm

750mm

1200mm

food storage cutlery storage waste bin

300mm

Zelfo

450mm

450mm

Potato plate 1950mm

(Hirsinger, Q & Ternaux, E 2006).

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(Hirsinger, Q & Ternaux, E 2006).


Infinite Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus

2010

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The 3rd Force Melbourne

2010

The 3rd Force

Volunteering is a wide sector which needs to be more organized and systematic on delivering services and value during volunteering. Volunteering can be simple and easy for everyone. By providing an accessible and entertaining channel, volunteering could be popular in every community.

‘The 3rd Force’ is a volunteering service organization in the future 2032, which aims to create a service system of environmental volunteering works. Volunteering organization is often called as ‘non-profit’ organization, and considered as a part of ‘the third’ sector. The name of ‘The 3rd Force’ tries to express the concept of ‘the power of volunteering’. It aims to provide a platform, which centralizes all the information of existing environmental care organizations that are needed for both of those who want to be a volunteer, or who are looking for volunteer services.


The 3rd Force Melbourne Branding

2010 Smart Card

THE 3RD FORCE

THE 3RD ORCE

THE 3RD ORCE

Passionate Enthusiastic Sincere Trust Respect Together

25mm

Smart Card

NO.1234567

60 mm

25mm

Passionate Enthusiastic Sincere Trust Respect Together

THE 3RD FORCE

ENVIRONMENTAL VOLUNTEERING SERVICE THE 3RD FORCE

ENVIRONMENTAL VOLUNTEERING SERVICE

THE 3RD ORCE

THE 3RD ORCE

NO.1234567

60 mm

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PROFESSTIONAL


Hotel Room, Yan Tai Seashore Boutique Hotel Shandong, China

2010

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475 Malvern Road Melbourne

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Men’s Fashion Retail Store Feature Rack Melbourne

2011

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GRAPHIC DESIGN


Paper Table Mat/Advertising Poster Jiangyin, China

2010

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New Products Meun Carol’s Restaurant Jiangyin, China

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