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Hilton Chau B.Envs, M.Arch The University of Melbourne

2015-2016


Education 2015-2016 Master of Architecture Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne 2016 Galapagos Study Abroad Program, Architectural Elective July Universidad San Francisco de Quito 2011-2013 Bachelor of Environments (Major in Architecture) The University of Melbourne

HILTON CHAU

2010 Trinity College Foundation Studies, The University of Melbourne

Architectural Graduate

2004- 2009 Hong Kong Certificate Education of Examination 2009 YWCA Hiow Tjo Yoeng College, HK

Profile

Academic Activities

I am a passionate learner who believes that communication, innovation and persistence are the key to success in architecture. I am highly committed and am equipped with a proficient set of visual and communication skills to execute various tasks.

2016 Exhibitor, Architectural Design Elective 6th Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\ Architecture

Contact

Work Experience

Name: Age: Date of Birth: Gender:

Chau Hei Tong (Hilton) 24 14th April 1992 M

Number: 0452387947 Email: hiltonchau@gmail.com Linkin www.linkedin.com/in/hilton-chau-65435b130

2016 Student Mentor, Peer Mentoring Program Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne

2014 Year-out Architectural Assistant P&T Architects and Engineers Ltd 2013-2013 Student Intern Affect-t 2012-2011 Summer Intern P&T Architects and Engineers Ltd 2009 Exhibition Assistant Paper Communication Exhibition Service

Personality - Creative

- Communication

Professional Skills - Adobe Design CreativeCloud

- Grasshopper

- AutoCAD

- Miscrosoft Office

- Artlantis

- Rhinoceros 5.0

- Google SketchUp

- V-ray

Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator

- Teamwork

- Passion

Word, PowerPoint, Excel

Updated Nov 2016


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06- THE 17 RAIN FOREST 18- INTER27 CHANGE URBAN 28RECYCLE 37 HUB 38- FIZTROY 45 COMMUNITY HUB 46- SZHK 47 BIENNALE 48- APPLIED53 CONSTRUCTION 54

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The The Rain. Rain. Forest Forest

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Project Description:

Thesis Statement:

Addressing to the global water crisis, the project “The Rain.Forest” is an amalgam of a prototype water filtration system, water research institution and a local community center.

Water plays an important role in maintaining lives and healthiness in the ecosystem, however, water supply is finite and human/ industrial activities increase demand on water supply. Water scarcity has been an inevitable global issue that requires human By mimicing forest as a natural rainwater attention and immediate action to mitigate catchment and filter. Tree-like rainwater fil- the situation. The aims of this thesis project tration funnels are designed to harvest, filter does not only reiterated the significance of and store rainwater, important fresh water water as a finite resource but also prompts source. As a research and community public reflection on how they use water evinstitution, “The Rain.Forest” houses a mix eryday. of programs and encourage researchers and visitors to share ideas through walking The project proposes to explore architecin the complex. The opportunity platforms ture to visualize and mainly demonstrate the are placed along the circulation at various complex system of water filtration in order to height and in different scale for for people provide and maintain a water secured comfrom different disciplines for knowledge munity and the provide the existing ecosysexchange. tem with reliable water resources. As Anglesea locates in a area where will suffer from flood or drought occasionally, this project intends to combat these harsh conditions through architectural and technological approaches. To alleviate and minimize the detrimental impacts on the environment,

a prototype of filtration funnels will be used to harvest, filter and store rainwater locally for the community. In nature rainwater naturally collects, filters and stores in forest. Therefore, through mimicing forest, this thesis project will create a filtration complex which will be able to close the loop between water supply and water consumption as water will be filtered and reused. Besides, owing to the fact that a vast content of groundwater under Anglesea could potentially be an alternative source of water supply. Instead of being parochial and devour groundwater like how people did to fossil fuel, we could potentially implement a groundwater loop system to sustain the underground water storage. Since the water in the aquifer is very delicate; only purified water should be injected back to the aquifer for future use, as we do not want to contaminate one of the major sources of clean fresh water on earth.

Thesis Studio 10- Toxic Exuberance

Tutor: Anna tweeddale 2016 Semester 2

Site location: Anglesea Coal Mine is surrounded by residential area, national heathland and creeks.

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Top Plan 1. Cafe & Bar 2. Exhibition Space 3. Gallery 4. Accommodation 5. Pool 6. Archive 7. Lecture Hall 8. Studio & Workshop 9. Library 10. Look out 8


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Middle Plan 10. Look out 11. Showroom & Data Center 12. Meeting Room 13. Computer Lab 14. Laboratory 15. Gallery 16. Workshop 17. Exhibition 18. Laboratory

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Catchment Funnel Rainwater is collected and temporary stored at the catchment funnel and then undergo gravitational filtration process to filter rainwater.

Filteration Funnel Overflow of catchment funnel is collected and filtered slowly through sand filtration,

Opportunity Platform Opportunity platforms locate along the circulation path provide places for people to interact and potentially exchange idea by meeting other pedestrian.

Functional Space Functional spaces sit at the filteration funnel at various height.

Bio Filteration Funnel Grey water produced from the functional spaces is discharged and filter through a series of planting container by bio filtratio.

Filtered water Filtered water discharged and stored at the water temple will supply water for the research and community institution.

Water Temple Water Temple is a giant water cistern which acts as a community space as well as a habitable space for animals.

Anatomy of Funnel The funnels are designed to collect and filter rainwater. Collected rainwater is filtred through a slow gravitational sand filtration process and then stored at the water temple for future use. 11


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01 Theatre

02 Archive

03 Research Lab

The theatre is at the heart of the research and community complex provides a semi-outdoor area for lectures and conferences.

The archive is a place to store the collected water samples for study and research.

The research lab provies the most advance techniques to help monitoring the water quality and computer simulation on water levels.

04 Exhibition Hall

05 Knowledge Ore

06 Look-out

Community and researchers can hold exhibition in various scale on to draw the different disciplines together and share thoughts.

The ore of knowledge consists of computer lab, library and flexible meeting space. The idea of knowledge ore is to create a space where knowledge could exchange not just in the complex but around the world.

The lookout over see the abanded coal mine which is a space for people to reflect on the human’s destruction on earth.

Program Prototypes This program catalogue shows how spaces could be designed with the filtration funnels in this research and community complex. 13


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07 Showroom & Data Center

08 Studio & Workshop

09 Accommodation

The purpose of the data center is to build a better monitoring network on water quantity and quality. Virtual reality project on the current water quanity of the world is projected at the center of the data center.

Studios and workshops are provided for artists and the community to hold various hands on workshops for the public.

The water sustainable living prototype tries to close the loop of water supply and consumption. Residents will consump water from water temple and grey water will be filtered through the bio filtration funnel.

10 Floating Wetland

11 Floating Platform

12 Bio Filtration Funnel

The floating wetland help absorbing pollutant and also provide a micro ecosystem for animals.

The floating platforms floats on the water and provide a different user experiences.

Grey water and sewage are collected and discharge to the bio filtration funnel. Grey water will run through small planting sphere and filter as part of the bio remediation process. The planting spheres also create multiple green spots throughout the complex.

Program Prototypes This program catalogue shows how spaces could be designed with the filtration funnels in this research and community complex. 15


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The InterChange Rain. Forest

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Interchange Externally, glass curtain wall facade is being used to wrap up majority of the building facade. The reason doing that is to allow light to pass through so as to increase the transparency of the building and allow adjacent buildings to borrow light.

Through the promotion of Co living, INTERCHANGE various of amenities in the building. These ameniities are spaces where neighbours interact and communitate. The shared balconies and kitchen allow residents to bond with their neighbour.

In terms of materiality, avoid heavy materials such as stone, brick and concrete block on the This residential tower is a place encourag- facade but makde use of using light weightes residents to interact and exchange ideas ed material such as glass and steel columns with their neighbours.Shared balconies and to frame and wrap up the building facade. kitchens together with other communal ammentities locates on each floors provide nu- Internally, by promoting the co-living style, merous platform for residents to meet and many amenities that in our apartment could communicate with people in your daily life. be shared. That leads to a reduction of redundant space and increase the efficiency of the use of space.

However, INTERCHANGE does not only limit interaction between people in the same building. We welcome people from the same neighbour to come and form a bigger community. The podium based design provides space for collective of functions and activities to happen. The use of the transparent materials on podium showcases the activites inside the podium which creates a theatre to public.

INTERCHANGE is not only an apartment building but also a hub where life and ideas interact and exchange. Sits at the corners of the Melbourne CBD grid, INTERCHANGE enjoys a massive green space on the eastern side of the site accrosses King’s Street and also captures the cityscape of Melbourne when looking south.

Urban Living host by Hassell Tutor: Mark Loughnan & Ben Duckworth 2016 Semester 1

Potential building envelope

Avoid overshadowing and the blockage of view on the adjacent sites and buildings

Setback the building and match the height of the adjacent podium

Scale down the builing mass by splitting it on every 6 floors

Introduction of private balconies

Turning private balcony into shared balconies

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Zones Distribution: Low Rise & Podium

Mid Rise

High Rise

- PRIVATE - SHARED - COMMUNAL - PUBLIC

1. Co-Living in Studio apartment floors

2. Co-Living in Typical residential floors

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1. 1 Bed room Apartment 2. 2 Bed room Apartment 3. Communal Courtyard/ Space 4. 2-Bed room Aparment 5. 2-Bed room Aparment 6. Outdoor Lounge

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Communal Courtyard

Common Area & Balcony

Communal Ktchen & Common Area

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Communal Store room

Communal Laundrette

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Shared Kitchen & Balcony

Shared Kitchen & Balcony

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Section & Elevation Public Green Space Concrete Floor Opaque Glass

Glass

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Public Green Space/ Child Play Area

Greenery

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Building access & vertical circulation at podium

Building Material of Podium

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Urban Recycle Hub

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Urban Recycle Hub The Urban Recycle Hub is a speculative waste management system incorporates with the Melbourne Metro Rail Project. Locates at the intersection between Grattan Street and the University of Melbourne Parkville campus, the innovative waste recycling train station collect, recycle and transport, and also raise the public awareness of the value of recycling waste. Each new metro station will be dedicated to collect and treat a number of specific waste.

In this case, in Grattan Street, mostly plastic and metal are collected and recycled to form new raw materials. In order to allow more people to understand the potential of waste recycle, the process of collecting waste and turning waste to new materials are showcased in the station. Studio 5- Disturbance Tutor: Justyna Karakiewicz & Camilo Cruz 2015 Semester 2

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Eating

Activities

Living

Relaxing

Working

Socializing

Recovering

Environments University

Hospital

Dwellings

Shops

Restaurant

Office

Industries

Wastes Coffee cups

Paper/ Cardboard

Plastic Bottles

Aluminium Cans

BioHazardrous Waste

Chemical Waste

Landfill

Glass

Food Waste

Wastes Treatment Recycle

Landfill

Treatment

Waste transfer station at West Melbourne

Current System Eating

Activities

Living

Working

Relaxing

Socializing

Recovering

Environments University

Hospital

Dwellings

Shops

Restaurant

Office

Industries

Wastes Coffee cups

Paper/ Cardboard

Plastic Bottles

Aluminium Cans

BioHazardrous Waste

Wastes Treatment

Chemical Waste

Landfill

Glass

Food Waste

Disturbance [New Metro Station]

Recycling

Community

Landfill

Transportation

Waste People Recycling Plant

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Recycling/ Treatment zone Research/ Laboratory

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Outdoor sitting area

Community facilities: Shops 3D printing workshop Ticket office Back of house

Research Centre & Laboratory

Recycling/ Treatment Plant

Platform Parking/ Waste Storage

Metro rail

University Square Carpark

Exploded diagram

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Collection

3D printing workshop Sorting

Grinder

Stream Flake

Stream Washing Machine

Fiber Extruder

Pellets

Recycling flow

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Fitzroy Community Hub

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Fitzroy Community Hub Locates between Brunswick Street and Smith Street, the new Fitzroy Community Hub is designed to create a social hub in line with the future proofing of the fitzroy community. With more young professionals and families move to Fitzroy, the community center would not only provide them with the basic community facilities but a new community experience. The hub consists of activies programs such as indoor and outdoor swimming pools, indoor ballcourt and outdoor landscape area, together with passive programs such as library, meeting

rooms and function rooms. Besides, to address the problem of taking care of their children, this community hub also houses child care and kindergarden to take care of the children during the day. Melbourne is a bike friendly city, and Napier Street is also a main cycling pathway to connect the north and south fitzroy. Therefore, the community hub is designed into two building blocks. The west building is the aquatic center while the east building houes the rest of the programs with out-

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door landscaping. The street between two blocks is a shared path between visitors and cyclists, and also creates the focal point of the community hub.

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2nd Floor

1st Floor

Ground Floor

Plans 41


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SZHK UABB

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Shenzhen/ H o n g Ko n g Bi-City Biennale This section is a collaboration between 25 architecture and urban design studentS who took part in the ShenZhen Hong Kong Bi-city Biennale 2016 [re-living the city]. Considering the cores of formulating a city, its culture, technology, economy and network, we tried to find possibilities from our previous works and reuse in this project to form an 8m long section of future ShenZhen.

Travelling studio: Shenzhen Hong Kong Biennale 2015 Tutor: Prof. Alan Pert, Prof. Donald Bates, Assoc. Prof.Justyna Karakiewicz 2016 Feburary

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ABPL90118_Applied Construction Group member: Hilton Chau 383768 Jeanie Tang 383512 Kammy Leung 748422

Applied Construction

This project is to design a commercial tower at the edge of Melbourne CBD in a group. In this project, we tried to achieve the highest possible area under the restriction of GFA calculation. To achieve that, structurally, we understood the allocation of structural elements and lift cores in the tower. Externally, we tried to instally photovoltaic cell on the curtain wall in order to generate electricity for the building.

Application of Active/ Passive system: In order to achieve a certain degree of sustainability, we are required to apply both active and passive systems on our building envelope. - Vertical Curtain wall: In terms of Active design, we tried to incorporate Photovoltaic cells in the glazing unit to generate renewable energy that contributes to the power requirements of the building. The Photovoltaic panels are placed according to a digital generated pattern on the N and W façade as this two facades could obtain the most sunlight which is the most efficient to gain solar energy. In terms of passive system, the cells create a solar shield to block excessive incomming sunlight and reduce heat gain. The patterned façade will also create a different visual experience for public.

Concept of façade design & Design Intent Our façade design consists of two parts which are the vertical curtain wall and the shingle glazing façade. There are four vertical curtain wall placed on the NE, NW, SW & SE facing facade while the a shingle glazing façade is placed on the West facing facade along the tapered corner. The design intent of having two different façades is because we want the tapered corner to stand out from our building as it is facing the main entry. People entering our building could have - Shingle glazing on the tapered corner: a visual guideline going up along the shingle The glazing units on the shingle facade are laminated with Photovoltaic cells to obtain glazing. maximum sunlight from 53/F and above. We initially wanted to install the Photovolatic Glazing system: cells on the spandrel area of each glazing - Vertical curtain wall We adopted unitized system with double unit, however, the outcome is not effective. glass on the curtain wall facade. Since we Therefore, we suggested that to replace the wanted to achieve a seamless façade, all the Photovoltaic cell by installing internal roller mullions and transoms are placed behind blind which could block excessive sunlight, allow flexible internal lighting and reduce the the glazing units. cost of construction. - Shingle Glazed on the tapered corner. On the other hand, the shingle glazing units Lighting Feature are installed on the tapered corner which In order to create an eye catching facade, facing West. The shingle façade is a key fea- we decided to install LED strip light along the ture of the building envelope which not only bottom edge of the each glazing unit on the stood out from the other 4 sides but also shingle façade. That not only creates a created an visual impact for the pedestrian. glowing façade at night but also lettable for advertisement to gain extra revenue.

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The Photovoltaic cell on the glazing unit of Heron Tower, UK.

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COOLING TOWER

+240.0

MECHANICAL FLOOR

+224.0

LEVEL 46

+208.0

LEVEL 42/F

+192.0

MECHANICAL FLOOR 41/F

+184.0

LEVEL 22/F

+108.0

MECHANICAL FLOOR 21/F

+100.0

HIGH RISE LEVEL42-45

SKY RISE LEVEL 46-49

MECHANICAL FLOOR

TOP ROOF

MEDIUM RISE LEVEL 22-40

MECHANICAL FLOOR

MECHANICAL FLOOR

FLOOR TYPES: LOBBY FLOOR LOW RISE FLOOR MID RISE FLOOR HIGH RISE FLOOR

LOW RISE LEVEL 2-20

SKY RISE FLOOR MECHANICAL FLOOR COOLING TOWER LIFT TYPES: LIFT SERVES LOW RISE LIFT SERVES MID RISE LIFT SERVES HIGH RISE LIFT SERVES SKY RISE

TYPICAL FLOOR PLATES 1:500 LEVEL 2/F

+24.0

MECHANICAL FLOOR 1/F

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LOBBY G/F

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BASEMENT & CAR PARK

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SITE LOCATION

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HILTON CHAU PORTFOLIO 2015-2016 CURTAIN WALL

PHOTOVOLTAIC CELL

CURTAIN WALL

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Photovoltaic Cell Laminated Double Glazing

Double Glazing

LAMINATED GLASS

3D MODEL ILLUSTRATES THE POSITION OF PV PANEL AND SHINGLE GLASS

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PV GLASS

PV GLASS PANEL TEMPERED GLASS (LOW - E) SOURCE: OPTISOL SCREEN - www.scheuten.com

TEMPERED GLASS PV GLASS PANEL

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ACTIVE SYSTEM APPROACH 75 (summer noon) o

Building integrated photovoltaic glass modules can absorb and directly convert the solar radiation energy into electricity which able to supply back to the building and this potential is endless The pv panels are installed mostly at the top part of the building facing nw direction with 15o tilted in order to receive sunlight. Also, can make good use of the unused surfaces of the building.

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PASSIVE SYSTEM APPROACH Shingle facade systems provides shading effects as the inclined angle can avoid direct sunlight. Use sunlight without active mechanical system

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PHOTOVOLTAIC GLASS MODULE MODULE WIDTH : MODULE LENGTH: POWER OUTPUT: AREA OF CELL: LOPE)

1500mm 1200mm 249wp 4600 m2 (ENTIRE ENVEPHYSICAL MODEL OF SHINGLE GLAZING (L) AND CURTAIN WALL (R)

GLASS PANEL LOW - E GLASS

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+208.00

Office

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+204.00

Office

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Office

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Office

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ENLARGED PARTIAL ELEVATION 1:100

SECTION 1:100

ENLARGED PARTIAL PLAN 1:100

LAMINATED LOW-E GLASS CAST-IN C-CHANNEL

FACADE SCHEME GLASS SHINGLES

CONCRETE SLAB

GMS WASHER THERMALINSULATION

BUILDING MODULE 1500mm

GMS ANGLE

UNITIZED CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM Large frame units are entirely pre-assembled at the factory, the mullion join to the top and bottom part of transom member and the vision glazing panel, which can be built efficiently and structurally integrated.

PV GLASS PANEL CONNECTION JOINT OF SEAMLESS SHINGLE GLAZING

TRANSLUCENT GLASS PANEL

PV GLASS PANEL

UNFOLDED ELEVATION 1:1500

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Detail drawings:

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Visualization Kitchen _White _Marble Dining_ Living_ Kitchen

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ARCHI TECT URE PORT FOLIO

Hilton Chau B.Envs, M.Arch The University of Melbourne

2015-2016


Hilton Chau_Architecture Portfolio_2015-2016