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[RE] FORESTATION

SELECTED WORKS 2017-2019

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TREE NURSERY


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LIVING MOUNTAIN

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MODEL-MAKING: DECONSTRUCTION

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BAMBOO HOUSE

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KINGCOMBE PAVILION


HIKE-ABILITY Promote healthy walking and climbing to Residence whilst providing rest stops along the way

“HIGHLINE” Social-Ecological Bridge built upon structure systems that promotes Faura and Fauna

CENTRAL COURTYARD Public Park with Social Amenities, Library, Playground, Picnic Grounds, Outdoor Gym, Shops, Cafe

TREE NURSERY Yearly Rotation of Re/Deforestation

Speculative Urbanism Axonometric Model


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[Re]Forestation

Project Summary: > Master of Architecture Studio Thesis > Individual Project > Type: Residential > Site Location: Fisherman’s Bend Precinct, Victoria, Australia > Project Duration: 1 Semester, Jul-Nov 2019

ROOF GARDEN Encourage Local food produce amongst Residence

RAINWATER DISCHARGE Rainwater Harvesting from roof gardens and excess discharged Into Local Water Catchment (Incremental design)

The [RE] Forestation Thesis is about exploring the fields of Sustainable Engineered Timber, namely Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) and Glulam, in order to maximize programs within resilient structures and ultimately to minimize the exponential carbon footprint in the construction industry and to trigger a greater demand for reforestation as a response to climate change. The increasing global population gives rise to the carbon footprint largely due to default industrial systems where extraction, consumption and waste are linear and isolated elements. More extraction means more waste, thereby there is a need to rethink cyclic systems for the ecological, social and economic agenda. Engineered Timber presents itself as a carbon neutral material in construction and building industry. An architectural Engineered Timber proposition integrated with multiple layers of regenerative systems will be tested on Fishermans Bend to be a microcosm of the vision for Melbourne and a leading sustainable model for the world. Oberon Sydney

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Tumult Albury Bendigo

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Mount Gambier

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Smithton Burnie

400 Scottsdale

Launceston Southwood

Hobart

LOCAL FOREST MANAGEMENT

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25 King Brisbane

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LOFT UNIT

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TOILET TYPES


LIFT CORE & STAIRCASE RESIDENTIAL UNITS

20m

LIFT CORE & STAIRCASE

COMMERCIAL UNITS

40m

SK STUDENT VERSION

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

MODEL ITERATIONS


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150-450MM SOIL MEDIUM WATER VAPOUR BARRIER EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE 50MM DRAINAGE GRAVEL FILING WATERPROOF MEMBRANE WATER VAPOUR BARRIER 180MM THK CLT LVL BEAMS

INTENSIVE ROOF DETAIL

CAPPING 180MM THK CLT WATER PROOF MEMBRANE TIMBER EXTERIOR FACADE TIMBER BATTEN ALUMINUM LOUVERS LVL BEAM

TIMBER TRUSS & INTENSIVE ROOF DETAIL

50MM LEVELING SCREED WATER PROOF MEMBRANE 150MM CLT SERVICE DUCT 150MM ACOUSTIC INSULATION FIRE RESISTING PLASTERBOARD METAL BRACKET TIMBER LOUVERS

CLT JUNCTION & LOUVERS DETAIL


CERAMIC TILE AIR GAP TIMBER BATTEN ACOUSTIC & THERMAL INSULATION WATERPROOF MEMBRANE FULLY THREADED TIMBER SCREW 150MM CLT

ROOF PITCH DETAIL

TIMBER FACADE TIMBER BATTEN AIR SPACE ACOUSTIC AND THERMAL INSULATION TIMBER BEAM WATERPROOF MEMBRANE SELF-TAPPING SCREW WOOD PROFILE 50MM CLT WALL

FACADE DETAIL

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Living Mountain

Project Summary: > Master of Architecture Studio > Individual Project > Type: Mix-Use > Site Location: West Melbourne Precinct, Victoria, Australia > Project Duration: 1 Semester, Mar-Jun 2019 This studio integrates and adapt Living and Making conditions within a heritage site to become a new typology of a community center for the greater community. The design concept is inspired by the desire for a green corridor continuity of adjacent natural landscapes such as Monee ponds creek and flagstaff garden. Living Mountain seeks to infuse an experiential journey & livelihood of makers to create a place for co-making, an environment to learn and teach, and a place to live as a self-sustaining ecosystem. “A Terrarium for people�

Conceptual Sketch of Living Mountain


Green corridor + bridge between creek & Fitzroy garden

Propose green space + vehicular path

Bike & pedestrian network

Prospect views + Structure plans built form + Northern Light


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Divide built form to improve natural ventilation & circulation

Chamfered at Angle of 30 deg according to sun path & terracing forms exploration

Terrace Landscaping: Living Forest

Mobius strip circulation

Long Section Perspective


Section Perspective of Making Spaces


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Typical 1 AUTODESK BedroomSTUDENT Loft Plan PRODUCED BY AN VERSION

Typical 2 Bedroom Loft Plan PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

1-BED ROOM EXPERIENCE

2-BED ROOM EXPERIENCE

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600x150MM COLORBOND BOX GUTTER, FLASHING & SUMP

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25MM THICK SUSPENDED ACOUSTIC PLASTERBOARD [AUTEX QUIET SPACE PANEL] ON FURRING CHANNELS:

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FINISHES LEGEND ALUMINUM ANODISED FINISH NO.# BRICK / BLOCKWORK NO. CONCRETE TYPE NO. CARPET TYPE NO.# ECHO PANEL FABRIC TYPE NO.# FIBRE CEMENT SHEET TYPE NO.# FIBRE GLASS CLADDING TYPE NO.# FLOOR MAT TYPE NO. FORMPLY GLASS TYPE NO.# HANDRAIL TYPE# LAMINATE TYPE NO.# METAL CLADDING MIRROR TYPE NO.# MILD STEEL PLASTERBOARD TYPE NO.# PLASTERBOARD- PERFORATED TYPE PAINT FINISH TYPE NO.# PLYWOOD TYPE NO.# PERFORATED METAL TYPE NO.# RESILENT FINISH TYPE NO.# ROOF SHEETING TYPE NO.# STEEL GRATE TYPE NO.# SKIRTING SPANDREL PANEL TYPE NO.# STEEL PLATE STAINLESS STEEL STONE TYPE NO.# TILE TYPE NO.# TIMBER BOARDS / FLOORING TYPE NO.# TIMBER CLADDING TYPE NO.# TIMBER DECKING TYPE NO.# VILLABOARD VINYL TYPE NO.#

AL AN# BW# CN.# CP# EP FB# FC# FG# FM# FP GL# HR# L# MC# M# MS PB# PB2 PF# PLY# PM# RF# RS# SG.# SK SPN# SP SS ST# T# TB# TC# TD# VB VN#

FITTINGS LEGEND BIN BWU CH# CM CK D DW FR CG GR HB HR HR HFS MFD LK# OV P# PTD RD RH SEAT SD SHC SHR SNK TAC TAP TR TPD UR WC WSA WSU

WASTE BIN BOILING WATER UNIT COAT HOOK TYPE NO.# COFFEE MACHINE COOKTOP DRAWER DISH WASHER FRIDGE COFFEE GRINDER GRAB RAIL HAND BASIN HAND DRYER HANDRAIL HANDS FREE SINK (& TAPWARE) MULTI FUNCTION DEVICE LOCKER TYPE NO.# OVEN PARTITION TYPE NO.# PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER ROLLER DOOR RANGEHOOD SHOWER SEAT SOAP DISPENSER SHOWER CURTAIN / SCREEN SHOWER ROSE / OUTLET SINK TACTILE INDICATORS TAPSET TROUGH TOILET PAPER DISPENSER URINAL TOILET TOILET (AMBULANT) TOILET (UNIVERSAL / ACCESSIBLE)

CHAIR TYPE NO.# LOUNGE TYPE NO.# MODESTY PANEL (MOBILE) PEDESTAL UNIT (WORK STATION) SLIDE ON SCREEN TYPE # SHELVING UNIT TYPE NO.# TABLE TYPE NO.# WORKSTATION TYPE NO.# ACCESSIBLE WORKSTATION TYPE NO.#

HATCH LEGEND CONCRETE: 1. AS1379- READY MIXED CONCRETE 2. AS3600- FORM WORK 3. AS1304- WELDED WIRE REINFORCING FABRIC FOR CONCRETE

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ADJUSTABLE ACCESS PANEL# BULKHEAD NO. # BIKE RACK BLIND TYPE NO.# CUPBOARD COLUMN CABLE TRAY DOOR NO.# DOWNPIPE EXISTING FIRE HYDRANT FIRE HOSE REEL GATE NO. # JOINERY NO.# KICK PLATE MAIN DISTRIBUTION BOARD MICROWAVE NOMINAL ROLLER DOOR NO.# REQUIRED PROPOSED PHOTOVOLTAIC PANEL SCREEN NO.#.## SKYLIGHT TYPE NO.# STEEL WINDOW NO.# WINDOW NO.#.##

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CLAYEY SILT, RED BROWN / SOME BASALT GRAVEL

SELECTED WINDOW SUB-SILL

SILTY CLAY, RED / BROWN, HIGH PLASTICITY

ROCK- EXTREMELY / HIGHLY WEATHERED BASALT (~50%) & SILTY CLAY (~50%), LIGHT BROWN

2400

PFC WITH WELDED STEEL PLATE SUPPORT FOR WINDOW SILL MC1 CLADDING ON CONTINUOUS 8MM THERMAL BREAK

BRICK/BLOCKWORK 1

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FP PELMET ON TIMBER FRAMING SELECTED PAINT FINISH TO TIMBER FRAMING

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90MM R4.5 INSULATION PANEL BETWEEN GIRTS MANUAL BLINDS- SINGLE ROLLER SUNSCREEN BLIND PFC HEADER WITH WELDED STEEL PLATE SUPPORT FOR WINDOW HEAD.

FOLDED COLORBOND CAPPING OVER 20MM R0.2 THERMAL BREAK RIGID INSULATION

OFFICE G32 CARPET

GLAZING SYSTEM: VIRIDIAN THERMO TECH INSULATING GLASS UNIT, DOUBLE GLAZING EXTERNAL- [6.38MM VLAM LAMINATED GLASS] INTERNAL- [6MM VTOUGH TOUGHENED GLASS]

457.2MM x 457.2MM x 7.3MM ONTERA CUT PILE NYLON CARPET TILES, PINEWOOD COLOR 150MM AS1304 WELDED WIRE REINFORCING FABRIC FOR CONCRETE SLAB

8-N20 DOWELS PROJECTED 1000MM INTO PAD FOOTING 2000 X 2000MM PAD FOOTING

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100MM COMPRESSIBLE CARDBOARD VOID FORMERS AND SAND FILL 390W x 190H x 190MMD HOLLOW CORE CONCRETE BLOCK [ROLLED MORTAR JOINTS] 390W x 190H x 90MMD HOLLOW CORE CONCRETE BLOCK [ROLLED MORTAR JOINTS]

WEEPHOLES @ EXTERNAL BLOCKWORK WALLS TO DRAIN WATER

100MM MASS CONCRETE RESTING ON ROCK

COMPLETED ARCHITECTS

SIX DEGREES PTY LTD LEVEL 4, 252 COLLINS ST MELBOURNE VIC 3000 A.C.N 070 147 278 T: +61 3 9635-6000 F: +61 3 9635-6060

WESTERN BACE 700

LEVEL 4, 252 COLLINS ST 222 FERRIS ROAD MELTON SOUTH VIC 3338

TUTORIAL GROUP 15 CARRIE LIM

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CLIENT

PROJECT NO.

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AXON-METRIC DRAWING ASSIGNMENT SCALE

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MARCH 2017 DRAWN

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A101

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DATE

STAGE

650

WATER PROOF MEMBRANE 600MM X 450MM STRIP FOOTING 1 RESTING ON MASS CONCRETE

08.03.2017 15.03.2017 22.03.2017

PROJECT

ROCK @ 800 MM DEPTH 50MM RIGID SELECTED INSULATION TO FULL DEPTH OF PERIMETER SLAB EDGE

REVISION

150

SILTY CLAY BETWEEN 150MM-800MM DEPTH

AS AXONOMETRIC DRAWING ISSUE AS AXONOMETRIC DRAWING ISSUE AS AXONOMETRIC DRAWING ISSUE

NO.

140MM CONCRETE BLOCK TO ACCOMMODATE SERVICES DUCT ALIGNED FACE FLUSH WITH CONCRETE BLOCK

450MM WIDE STRIP FOOTING 1 RESTING ON ROCK

CLAYEY SILT @ 150MM DEPTH

WEEK 1 WEEK 2 WEEK 3

PROPOSED AXONOMETRIC DRAWING 1:20

Axonometric Drawing- Drafted in AutoCad

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Model-Making: Deconstruction

Project Summary: > Bachelors of Environment > Individual Project > Type: Office > Site Location: Ferris Road, Melton South, Melbourne, Australia > Project Duration: 1 Semester, Feb-Jun 2017 This core subject focuses on evaluation and selection of implementation solutions through identification of technological underpinnings of architecture. Building communication is explored through axonometric drawings with cut-away & layered techniques and a reconstruction of a 1:20 scale model showing all construction elements from foundation to roof.


< Integration of Precast Concrete Column with Timber Roof Beam and Hot rolled C channel that supports the Corten steel facade.

< Peeling back of layers: (1) Ground Floor Slab (2) Reinforcements with lower bar chairs (3) Water proof membrane (4) Cardboard Board- disintegrate over time for suspended ground floor slaboof membrane (4) Soil/Earth

< Strip Footing resting 100mm into Basalt Rock. Strip Footing protected by insulation and Water proof membrane < Soil Types from Geo Report@ Bolehole 7; (1) Clayey Silt (2) Silty Clay (3) Highly Weathered Basalt Rock

Model East Facing [Foundations & Ground Structure]


Structural and service Junction > (i) Precast post tension Floor slab sits on top of precast concrete beam. (ii) Heating coils with reinforcements are positioned on floor slab (iii) Concrete is poured over these elements to form an integrated floor slab and beam structure

Precast Structural Connections > Junction between Precast Column and Precast Beam and Precase Post tension Concrete Slab

Junction between> Pad Footings, Precast Column and External Block Work Walls.

Model South Facing [Above Ground & Roof]


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Tree Nursery

Project Summary: > Master of Architecture Studio > Individual Project > Type: Healthcare > Site Location: West Melbourne Precinct, Victoria, Australia > Project Duration: 1 Semester, Mar-Jun 2018 This studio led by Australia-Wide Practice: Design Inc investigates Biophilic design at a healthcare type, medium-size category. Systematic design process is emphasized throughout the project ensures deliberate architectural decisions and applications. Drawing inspiration from Mount Dandenong (approximately 50km east of Melbourne city), an experiential journey has been extracted and instilled into the project. The design concept, inspired by “roaming” among the forest is termed “Tree House”. Together with its key principles that governs the project; (1) Prospect views, (2) Elevated among leaves, (3) Natural trails & (4) Community family The journey invites users opportunities to reconnect back with nature within the urbanscape. Such occasions encourages recuperation which improves the well being and mental health of both patients, medial staff and public users.


Green Corridor

Network

Landscape for the local community

Forest w Topography (Existing & proposed trees)

Network- Pedestrian + Vehicular

Landscaping


Exploded Axonometric Diagram (left) indicates circulation and functional relationship of landscape, amenities and context of surrounding buildings. Interior Perspective (Extreme top) reveals the covered atrium that holds wind panels for users to enjoy as they journey through now an unobstructed passage. The project is finished with a Physical model (top and right), offering a holistic experience to better understand the project.


Rendered Plan Perspective: Ground Floor (top), Second Floor (top right), Detailed Sectional Perspective (right), Long Section (bottom)

Plans and sections has been experimented with 3D perspective to simplify the relationship between private, semi-public & public spaces especially for a healthcare project where circulation is emphasized. Biophilia is expressed in terms of natural materials used for structures (engineered timber) and interior finishes.

Natural lighting and ventilation are highly taken advantage of when considering orientation and facing of openings. In the context of Melbourne, degree of natural lighting is appreciated especially during winter season.

Tree pods, mini-reforestation, wind-driven facades are part of the regenerative strategies to return activate spaces for recreation and continuity of place for residents and new visitors.


Sectional Perspective + Detail


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Bamboo House

Project Summary: > Architecture Association Visiting School Indonesia, Institute Technology Bandung (ITB) > Group Project > Type: Incremental Residential > Site Location: Lombok, Bali, Indonesia > Project Duration: 2-weeks, Nov 2018 This studio investigates Biophilic design together with Bamboo as main source of materiality at a small scale living quarters. The brief was to design incremental houses for the people of Lombok who had experienced an earthquake (August 5, 2018). Bamboo is the ideal material of construction because of its abundant local supply, efficient construction duration and more resilient against future earthquakes (as compared to rigid structures). A hyperboloid bamboo structure is adopted to create a seamless union of roof and wall. This overarching shelter becomes the basis of the final incremental built form where the interior functions will expand according to the user needs and resources. Structurally the intertwined bamboos provides both horizontal and vertical tension whilst allowing allowance for movement. Functionally, rainwater is easily diverted along the sides, saving extra material for drainage. Experientially, natural lighting from front facade and natural materials improves the well being of users, in terms of visual comfort and creative performance. Beyond scope of design, the participants also experience construction techniques using Bamboo and steel joinery.

Villa Verde Precedent in Chile displays affordable and incremental housing ideas - Alejandro Aravena (Elemental Architects)


Design Steps - Roof

square grid as design principle

Square bamboo grid as reference point

Modelmaking Iterations

excessively high edged cut of for a more sustainable shape

Interior Experience


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final shape

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

1ST FLOOR CORE

KITCHEN / LIVING BEDROOM

TERRACE

Second Floor | Core - Final

Floor | Core - Final Bedroom

1ST FLOOR CORE FINAL 2ND

Third Floor | Core - Final

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

MEDANA VILLAGE, TANJUNG DISTRICT

UNIT: 1

NORTHERN LOMBOK, INDONESIA

GROUP: 3

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

Storage

KITCHEN / LIVING

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

Incremental House within Bamboo Shell- Plans & Diagram

STORAGE BEDROOM

3RD 2NDFLOOR FLOORCORE FINAL

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

MEDANA VILLAGE, TANJUNG DISTRICT TEAM MEMBERS: CALISTA PRANOTO CHENG HAN NORTHERN LOMBOK, INDONESIA MICHAEL ARZBERGER BHAGASKARA ATWITIYA HEINCE ANDRE MAAHURY

MEDANA VILLAGE, TANJUNG DISTRICT TEAM MEMBERS: CALISTA PRANOTO CHENG HAN NORTHERN LOMBOK, INDONESIA MICHAEL ARZBERGER BHAGASKARA ATWITIYA HEINCE ANDRE MAAHURY

UNIT: 1 GROUP: 3

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

MEDANA VILLAGE, TANJUNG DISTRICT

UNIT: 1

NORTHERN LOMBOK, INDONESIA

GROUP: 3

MEDANA VILLAGE, TANJUNG DISTRICT TEAM MEMBERS: CALISTA PRANOTO CHENG HAN NORTHERN LOMBOK, INDONESIA MICHAEL ARZBERGER BHAGASKARA ATWITIYA HEINCE ANDRE MAAHURY

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

2ND 1STFLOOR FLOORCORE FINAL

1ST FLOOR CORE

STORAGE BEDROOM

3RD FLOOR CORE 2ND FLOOR FINAL

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MEDANA VILLAGE, TANJUNG DISTRICT TEAM MEMBERS: CALISTA PRANOTO CHENG HAN NORTHERN LOMBOK, INDONESIA MICHAEL ARZBERGER BHAGASKARA ATWITIYA HEINCE ANDRE MAAHURY

UNIT: 1 GROUP: 3

TEAM MEMBERS: CALISTA PRANOTO CHENG HAN MICHAEL ARZBERGER BHAGASKARA ATWITIYA HEINCE ANDRE MAAHURY

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75m² Incremental house

75sqm Corehouse

Variation - expanded

Storage Expanded Storage Variation

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25m² Corehouse

25sqm Corehouse

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Storage and Living I Expanded Storage & Living Variation

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Storage and Living II Expanded Storage & Living Variation II

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KITCHEN / LIVING

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

Shop I Kitchen

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

Extension Living IVariations


Exploded Axonometrical View

Exploded Axonometric Perspective

Roof

Suporting Structure - Roof

Supporting Roof Structure

GSEducationalVersion

Sub-Wall Structure

Interior Structure

Interior Structure

Learning to work with Bamboo GSEducationalVersion

Walls

MEDANA VILLAGE, TANJUNG DISTRICT

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GROUP: 3

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Kingcombe Walk

Project Summary: > Architecture Association Visiting School UK > Timber Construction Workshop > Type: Public Space, Completion of Pavilion > Site Location: Kingcombe Reserve, UK > Project Duration: 2-weeks Intensive, Jul 2018 This workshop focuses on the experiential relationship and transition between built form and the natural reserve of Dorset. AA Visiting School conducted a collaboration with Timber Workshop to design and build decking that sits between the local community centre, Kingcombe and wildlife, which connects to the existing pavilion completed by past AA students (2017). The deckâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fences also prevents domestic animals such as cows to cross over to the community centre. Within 2 weeks, AA students are tasked to design simple furniture and an add-on to the completion of the existing pavilion. These designs, together with the decking design are pre-cut at the Kingcombe workshop and brought to site to be assembled. Here, Biophilia is realized in both visual and non visual (haptic, auditory, offactory and gustatory) connection with nature. The diffuse lighting, material connection with nature (timber) plays a vital role in improving the well being of users. The hands on experience was the biggest takeaway as the project was realized from design to execution. We witness harvesting of timber from Kingcombe reserve and used various machines and tools.


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Kenneth Cheng Architecture Portfolio Jan 2020  

Collection of projects from 2017-2019 at the University of Melbourne - Master of Architecture - Bachelors of Environments (Major in Archit...

Kenneth Cheng Architecture Portfolio Jan 2020  

Collection of projects from 2017-2019 at the University of Melbourne - Master of Architecture - Bachelors of Environments (Major in Archit...

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