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ARCHITECTURALDESIGN

LEUNG CHRISTOPHER HAU WAI


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(INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 1 IN 2009-2010)

10X10X10METER CUBE DESIGN of a viewing platform


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After the improvement, there was added staircase and 1/F floor slab. Furthermore, It created the floating effect.

Stage1 Stage3 In the final stage, it had improved the thickness of the wall and solve the structural problems. Also, there is a path in front of the cube.Moreover the final improvement had increase the floating effect.


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(GROUP ASSIGNMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 1 IN 2009-2010)

container house & town planning

As a container house has a limited area and space, it is good for us to handle while it is a work for a junior architectural design student.

A town planning designed by 20 units of container houses. The town may also solve the ploblems of traffic & pedestrian flow, noise, wind, sunlight and parking radius.

interior design of G/F(Left) & 1/F(Rignt)


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EXHIBITION PHOTO of 2009-2010


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(GROUP ASSIGNMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 1 IN 2009-2010)

card board chair


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EXHIBITION PHOTO of 2009-2010

card board chair In this assignment, it is needed to know the speciality of card board. Especially need to solve the structural and ergonomic problem. As we set the chair is placed in the coffee shop, we try to use the texture of coffee to be the concept of the chair. Texture of coffee is smooth, then we sketch with easy smooth lines to present it.

Personal Hand Drawings (by Leung Christopher Hau Wai)


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(INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2 IN 2010-2011)

Studio & Residence


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(INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2 IN 2010-2011

Studio & Residence for an artist To design a studio and resident building for an artist.

Jun Takahashi, a world known Japanese fashion designer of UNDERCOVER. Most of his design style is around DARK. Moreover, he try to use different media to do his design works, e.g. dolls, sculpture, movie, photography, etc.

JUN TAKAHASHI


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Design Concept of Studio A fter studying Jun Takahashi’s design works and his working place, I had found that would like to work in a DARK and MYSTERIOUS space. So I try to start to design the mood of space. And develop to the form and final scheme.

Sketch of the various of the space, which from bright side to the dark side. By the user using these area, they could feel the contrast of the space.

sketch of the entrance of the studio. By set the studio into the BASEMENT which may enhance the mood of mystery.

Personal photography works

Design Concept of Residence Part H owever, Jun’s living

place is definitely different with his working space, which is BRIGHT and SIMPLE. So when I design the resident part, I decided to have a great CONTRAST with the studio.


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PLAN 1 2 3 4 5

Studio Entrance Master Bedroom Cloak Room Washroom Living Room

Dinning Room 7 Kitchen 8 Store Room 9 Toilet 10 Male Toilet 6

Female Toilet 12 Studio 13 Store Room 14 Meeting Room 15 Office of Jun Takahaski

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By using sky light to enhance the mood of mystery.

3D Drawings & Model


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(INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2 IN 2010-2011)

Hall of resident


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Hall o f

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This building’s location is nearby the STUDIO which designed for the artist. So the design of the hall may need to match with the studio. So I try to design the hall which combine by 8 zone. I belief that, a good hall of resident may also need to enhance student’s

interaction rather than just like a hotel.


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In a big scale of hall may need to have a main core to group them together. The main core can have lots of activities or exhibition, so students may not only stay at their room.

The corridors are highlighted by SKY LIGHT, those areas may attract people to STAY there, thus, it could enhance the interaction between each student.

As it is the best way to let all bed room face to the sea view, it may provide the best environment for users.

Study of sun angle and wind flow


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3D DRAWING & MODEL


SECTION

ELEVATION

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PLAN

TOP ROOF PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


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(GROUP PROJECT OF THEORY OF ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY IN 2010-2011)

HISTORY


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(GROUP PROJECT OF THEORY OF ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY IN 2010-2011)

HISTORY

The Hong Kong Section of the Kowloon-Canton Railway was inaugurated on 1 October 1910s. However, construction of a terminus in Tsim Sha Tsui did not begin until 1913s. As part of the complex, the Clock Tower was erected in 1915s, and the whole terminus commenced operation on 28 March 1916s. Because of World War I, the British materials required for the construction could not be shipped on time, and construction was halted for some time. In 1975, Kowloon Station was moved to the present-day Hung Hom Station on the newly reclaimed Hung Hom Bay. The building of the station was

demolished in 1977s despite the protest and

petitioning from the Heritage Society and other pressure groups. However, as a compromise it was decided that the

Clock Tower was to be preserved. The bell inside the Clock Tower is

currently in the railway depot in Ho Tung Lau .

STYLE Built with red bricks and granitr in Edwardian Classical Revival style, the Clock Tower is 44 metres high surmounted by a 7 metres lightning rod. The upper part of the tower is an octagonal domed turret built of red brickwork which contrasts with white painted classical features of scrolled- shaped buttresses, column and cornices.

The top of the tower can be reached by a wooden staircase located within. The clock tower is located near Victoria Harbour at the foot of Salisbury Road. Another landmark, the Tsim Sha Tsui Ferry Pier ,is located nearby. The tower has been listed as a declared monument in Hong Kong since 1990s.

Dierent features contain in the

building show the elements of the Neo-Classical style. Doric Entasis Column and window arc are belongs to Greek and Ancient Roman. Red Brick represent to the Victoria’s period style.


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Existing Building in Tsim Sha Tsui of Hong Kong

EXHIBITION PHOTO


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(GROUP PROJECT OF INTEGRATED PROJECT 2 IN 2010-2011)

Residential high rise building


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(GROUP PROJECT OF INTEGRATED PROJECT 2 IN 2010-2011)

Residential high rise building

As every mini-meter is extremely expensive in Hong Kong, this design work is to design a high rise resident building which the Gross Floor Area need to fully use up to 99.9%. Also, it is needed to prepare requirements of Building Authority of Hong Kong.

tender drawings

which fulfill the

Furthermore, it is needed to study the site condition, view, sunlight, wind flow, pedestrian flow, traffic flow, number of school, population ratio, potential of the district, etc.

Opposite the site, there is a historical building. So our design may also use curve element to match with the heritage.


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3D Drawings & Model Exhibition Photo (2010-2011)


TENDER DRAWINGS


ELEVATION AND SECTION Drawings are all fulfilled requirements of Building Authority


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(GROUP PROJECT OF DESIGN PROJECT A IN 2011-12)

School for gifted student


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(GROUP PROJECT OF DESIGN PROJECT A IN 2011-12)

Diagram of Sun Path and Wind

School for gifted student Gifted children are usually, but not always, high achievers. Even when they don't achieve good grades, they tend to score high on achievement tests, most often in the - percentile range. They love to learn and their love of learning, good memories, and ability to learn quickly and easily enable them to succeed. However, if a gifted child has lost the motivation to learn, he or she may not do well in school, although achievement test scores will usually remain high.

CONCEPT A primary school provides an environment to nourish our junior students. We believed that these primary school students are as fragile as a young sprout. In this project, we incorporated the essential and vital elements required for a sprout to growth healthy by PHOTOSYNTHESIS, which included sunlight, air and water. Our objective was to establish an energetic and supportive environment for children to receive education and consolidate their comprehensive development.

Site Analysis

Moreover, in the light of the appearance of a leaf, we incorporated the characteristic of it to the physical structure of the school. We believed it can create a refreshing and harmonious atmosphere for learning.


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Photosynthesis

Personal Hand Drawings (by Leung Christopher Hau Wai)

Air By the organization of the plan, it provided a great natural ventilation, which can also save energy and become more environmental friendly. Furthermore, there is a big void in the south which face to a park, the arrangement may prevent to block the wind flow to the park. Personal Hand Drawings (by Leung Christopher Hau Wai)

Sunlight

Personal Hand Drawings (by Leung Christopher Hau Wai)

As sunlight is the main source of heat, so there are shading fins in corridors, classrooms and hall which use for reflecting the sunlight into the building. Moreover, the fins can also prevent glare for sunlight which may have hurt students’ eye. And all shading fins are designed after the sun path and angle, so it could be provide the best temperature in different season, as the sun angle may change in summer and winter .

Water

Personal Hand Drawings (by Leung Christopher Hau Wai)

Adjustable Shading Fins of the hall

Pedestrian flow should be suitable to represent water moving in the veins of the leaf. After study the time table and the program of gifted student, data had shown they may have a fixed lesson in the morning, however, student may do individual or group project in the afternoon. So this building provide more space in the corridors which let student to group and learn together, thus, it may also increase their communication skills. Furthermore, they could find their answers in different rooms and share to everyone, just like plants may transfer water and nutrition from veins to cells.


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PLAN


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DETAiILS DRAWINGS

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FENCE WALL DETAILS

WALL SECTION DETAILS TRUSS SYSTEM DETAILS


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STRUCTURALSYSTEM


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Adjustable Fins - This system is

Classroom Zone - This zone is

located at the top of the hall. There may have drama, musical performance in the hall, however these activities may need to have a dark place. So the fins can shade or reflect sunlight in different use of the hall. Hand drawing of Adjustable fins section

facing to a park with can provide a better place for students to have lesson. So this building form had designed to be more static and grow up gradually. Adjustable Fins of hall

Facade of Classroom Zone

Interior design of Library in 4/F

Exterior of Corridor

View of main entrance from eye level

Functional Zone

- To let users can find classrooms easily, the functional zone had designed to be more dynamic. Functional Zone with Dynamic building form

View from eye level

Interior of Corridor


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Personal Hand Drawings (by Leung Christopher Hau Wai)


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(INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT OF 3D AUTOCAD SKILLS IN 2011-2012)

gallery

An assignment required to finish by using 3D Autocad.skills.


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(INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT OF INTERIOR DESIGN IN 2011-2012)

residential interior design


Personal Photography Works ( by Leung Christopher Hau Wai )

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Personal Sketches and Drawings ( by Leung Christopher Hau Wai )


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Facade Design in Xiao Xing of CH I NA In 2011, I had an opportunity to design a live project which was designing a faรงade for one of the project of my father in Xiao Xing of China. I have learnt a great deal in terms of compromising the budget and materials. That was a precious experience through a very programmatic approach.

The first design of the facade. However, clients did not accept this design due to the budget problem.

This is the final design of the facade. As the surrounding buildings are mainly made by red bricks, so I try to use different colour stripes to let the building match with others, which could shows old and new mix together.


The building is still under construction stage. And the construction will be completed in October of 2012.


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LeungChristopherHauWai


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Education 2008 – Present Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE), Tsing Yi Higher Diploma in Architectural Design and Technology

2003-2008 St. Joan of Arc Secondary School HKCEE: English Language, Chinese Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer And Information Technology

1997-2003 St. Joan of Arc Primary School

Computer Skils

Adobe Acrobat Professional Autodesk AutoCAD Autodesk Revit Photoshop Illustrator Indesign Sketch-Up MAC + PC Operating System Microsoft Office Vray for Sketch-Up

Work Experience

Extra Curricular Activities Engineering Discipline Leadership Training Programme 2010-2011

Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education Football Team 2010-2011

Hong Kong Football Association of Wan Chai District Football Association U20 (League of Division3) member 2009 – 2010 Hong Kong Football Association of Wan Chai District Football Association U20 member 2008 – 2009 St. Joan of Arc Secondary School CHAIRMAN of SPORT SOCIETY 2006-2008

Methodist Epworth Village Community Centre Epworth Soccer Sevens Champion 2007 Methodist Epworth Village Community Centre Epworth Soccer Sevens First Runner Up 2008 Hong Kong Football Association U20 District League Third Runner Up

St. Joan of Arc Secondary School Member of Representative Council ( STUDENT UNION ) 2006-2007 St. Joan of Arc Secondary School Member of Football Team 2003-2008 ( CAPTAIN ) St. Joan of Arc Secondary School Member of Athletic Team 2004-2008

St. Joan of Arc Secondary School Member of Wind Orchestra 2003-2004 St. Joan of Arc Secondary & Primary School Prefect, Class Prefect and Monitor International Memory Association – International Memory Certificate Programme 2009

Ceramic Workshop 2002 June – Aug 2011 Company: Lams Construction Co., Ltd Position: Draftsman(Summer Trainee) Duties Prepare drawings for construction works, Handle the data of pipe works & TTA works, Involve on Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation Hong Kong Island ISO 9001 Audit and Kowloon Secondary School Regional Committee Fourth Place in the Inter-School Football Competition June – Aug 2010 2004-2005(Division Three Boys C Grade) Company: Kin Wing Co., Ltd Position: Summer Trainee Duties Handle the data of pile works (bored pile) St. Joan of Arc Secondary School Greatest Improvement Sport Player (Football) 2006-2007 June – Aug 2009 Company: Kwan On Construction Co., Ltd Position: Summer Trainee Duties Handle the data of pipe works & TTA works

Awards

Contact Room 7E, Block 1, Roca Centre, Shu Kuk Street, North Point, Hong Kong, China chris_h_w@hotmail.com +852 94533878


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