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Hi, I’m Christine Ng, a student from Sustainable Urban Design & Engineering (SDE) specialized in Architecture at Ngee Ann Polytechnic. I’m always excited and passionate to learn new things, especially Arts related stuff where you can let your creativity and imagination go beyond the limits. Meanwhile, I also enjoyed making my own crafts and taking photographs during my free time as a way of relaxation. Taking photographs allows me to view a space/ place in many different perspective and the beauty behind it, because what you see may not be what you’ve captured, it’s always a brand new experience for me.

PERSONAL INFORMATION Christine Ng Shi Min 1 January 1996 +65 9830 2192 christine1996@outlook.com http://about.me/ChristineNgShiMin Blk 37, Circuit Road, #05-395, Singapore 370037


SCHOOL & QUALIFICATION 2013-2016 Ngee Ann Polytechnic School of Design & Environment Diploma in Sustainable Urban Design & Engineering 2010-2012 Bedok North Secondary School, Singapore GCE ‘O’ Level 2009 Foon Yew High School 2003-2008 S.J.K.(C) Foon Yew (1) J.B., Malaysia Ujian Percapain Sekolah Rendah

COMPETITION Participated Young Designer Award by Design Intervention, 2015 Sony Woorld Photography Award by World Photography Organization, 2014 Planning a Clean & Green Township, Heritage City Yangon by Activistar, 2014 Nescafe Dolce Gusto Design Competiton (Top 5 Design in Ngee Ann Polytechnic) Won Planning a Clean & Green Township, Beautiful Manila by Activistar, 2015 [1st Runner Up] CUBE Competition by URA, 2014 [Top 3 Outstantding Project] Youth Olympic Games Mask Design Competition, Inter-House, 2010 [1st Place]

AWARD School of Design & Environment Study Award, 2013 [Recommended by Lecturer]

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 2013-2014 Yoga Club (Member) 2010-2012 Girls’ Brigde

EXPERIENCE Aug-Nov 2015 Internship Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) Respnsibilities: To assist and provide technical support to project managers. For example 3D modelling & designing of site plans

SCHOOL ACTIVITY INVOLVED 2013-2015 PhotoHunt 2014 (Participant) Parents Open Day (Student Helper) Ocean Exploration Camp (Participant) Advance 2014 Further Studies & Career Fair (Student Helper) Amazing Race 2013 Running Man (Participant) International Student Serangoon Trail (Participant)

WRITTEN & SPOKEN LANGUAGE English Chinese

TECHNICAL SKILLS Good Understanding of Autodesk AutoCAD Good Understanding of Autodesk Revit Understand basics of Adobe Photoshop CS6 Understand basics of Adobe Illustrator CS6 Understands Google SketchUp Good Understanding of Microsoft Word Good Understanding of Microsoft Powerpoint Understand basics of Photography

INTEREST Bracelet & Scrapbooking (Owned an online shop on Carousell @krispykards.sg ) Typography Design Photography


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The FLOW Arts Hub @ CHINATOWN

RIBBON Pavilion @ CHINATOWN

PERCEPTION, @ ATRIUM, NP

PHOTOGRAPHY & TYPOGRAPHY


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Sensing Spaces, DS3 Final Project

The FLOW Arts Hub

@ CHINATOWN


CONCEPT: CHINESE PALACE LANTERN

SITE INFORMATION

The Chinese Palace Lantern is the most representative art piece to showcase the delicate and graceful craftmanship of the Chinese culture and history, which involves a laborious amount of time and effort to produce. These motifs that are crafted on the lantern, which are insoired by the movement of the dragon, stands out form modern simplified chinese lantern.

Given Plot Ratio / 1.04 Total Gross Site Area (MAX.) / 4327.42m2 GFA Allowable / 6058.39m2 Total GFA / 5426.40m2

With this, I will be presenting the sinuous & undulating movement of the dragon and the quality of the lantern in terms of physical and visual connection between each spaces to allow users to interact and experience the spaces.

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= MOVEMENT 1 (LEVEL 1 FLOW)

+ MOVEMENT 2 (LEVEL 2 FLOW)

MOVEMENT 3 (LEVEL 3 FLOW)

MOVEMENT OF DRAGON

FEATURES

1. The space that is locate directly infornt of the existing 2-storey hostel will be used as an outdoor amphitheatre area, which act as the “core of the lantern” to hold performances & “light up” the atmosphere of the Arts Hub. When there is no performance, the space itself will turn into a park or an outdoor gathering space

EXISTING 2-STOREY HOSTEL

CORE SPACE

ABOUT THE SITE

new extension will wrap around the core The given site is located at Chinatown, flanked by Eu Tong Sen St, the major road in Chinatown, Pearl’s Hill 2. The space in a sinuous flow. The flow will also be Terrace, which cut across Chinatown. The strategic site location provide us the opportunity to develop and brought into the interior and corridor spaces, to further improve the current site into a lively gathering node to engage people of all age group in discovering and allow the users to appreciate the spaces all round learning Arts.

2. Views 1. Human & Vehicular Circulation

The main circulation is along the Eu Tong Sen St & Pearl’s Hill Terrace.

The presence of greeneries around the site provides a pleasant view to the users.

3. Green Pockets

The greeneries provides a pleasant view and also act as a natural sound barrier

4. Solar Analysis

The sun path provides natural sunlight to the site whole day.

5. Wind Analysis

The prevailing wind direction from the SSE & WNE provides natural ventilation to the outdoor spaces and also interior corridor spaces.

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SITE PLAN

ROOF PLAN


2ND FLOOR PLAN

3RD FLOOR PLAN

LEGEND

LEGEND

1. MULTI-PURPOSE THEATRE HALL

5. MULTI-PURPOSE STUDIOS

2. LINK BRIDGE TO PEARL’S HILL

6. VIEWING DECKS

3. BLACK BOX

7. MEETING/ SEMINAR ROOMS & MANAGEMENT OFFICE

4. GALLERY

8. MUSIC STUDIOS

5. MULTI-PURPOSE STUDIOS 6. VIEWING DECK

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1ST FLOOR PLAN LEGEND 9. GUARD HOUSE 10. DROP-OFF POINT 11. FOYER 12. F&B AREA 13. OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATRE 14. CERAMIC STUDIOS 15. RETAIL SPACE 16. PROJECT STUDIOS 17. SUBSTATION 18. BIN CENTER


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MULTI-PURPOSE THEATRE/ HALL


GALLERY


SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE


DS3 : A PRIMER PROJECT

RIBBON PAVILION

@ CHINATOWN


Conceptual Ideas & Strategies The concept for this Ribbon Pavilion is derived from the Dragon Lantern Dance. It illuminates during the night and moves in a sinuous and undulating manner. Hence, the circulation in the Ribbon Pavilion is designed in a way that it mimics the movement of the dances (Figure on the right) to give users the spatial experiences of being in a moving dragon. The spaces will be placed in a way that the Activity Area is the main space, which act as the ‘Core of the Lantern” to light up the whole pavilion and it also occupies the largest area. Other spaces will then surround the main space, so that users are able to look into the Activity Area.

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Ribbon is used as part of the design concept, which is similar to the flow & movement of the Dragon Lantern Dance. The ribbon is wrap in a continuous manner from a space to another, it will act as a guide for the users who are going through the spaces.

EU TONG SEN ST

NEW BRIDGE ROAD

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SOUTH ELEVATION


SITE PLAN

SECTION A-A


ID Final Project

PERCEPTION

ATRIUM @ NP


CLIENT NEEDS/ REQUIREMENTS

DE & FMS: - Required both open & enclosed space - Refreshment area - Storage space DE: - Interesting space with layer to show dynamism - Sustainability incorporated design FMS: - No layer or platform

SITE ANALYSIS/ RESPONSE - Good cross ventilation - Presence of natural daylighting - Nice view of the landscape - Convenient location

SPACE DATA SHEET

DE (271.12m²): - Exhibition space - Demonstration workshop - Storage space FMS (276.75m²): - Exhibition space - Screening works - Storage space Common Spaces (36.12m²): - Conference and Counselling room - Refreshment area


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SITE PLAN LEGEND/ SPACES 1. FMS EXHIBITION SPACE 2. OUTDOOR CAFÉ/ REFRESHMENT AREA 3. BLACKBOX 4. COUNSELLING/ MEETING ROOM 5. DE SHOWCASE PLATFORM 6. DE EXHIBITION SPACE


FMS GALLERY SPACE

FRONT ELEVATION

BACK ELEVATION


DE DEMONSTRATION WORKSHOP & GALLERY SPACE

SIDE ELEVATION (DE AREA)

SIDE ELEVATION (FMS AREA)


FURNITURE & LIGHTINGS

REFRESHMENT AREA

MATERIALS

AERIAL VIEW

SECTION B-B

SECTION A-A


PHOTOGRAPHY

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