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CONNIE LING

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CONNIE LING

| CV | PORTFOLIO | MArch (prof) + BAS fresh graduate from Victoria University of Wellington (VUW)

Selection of: academic work from VUW


| CV | CONNIE LING TING ZHI Lot 738, Jalan Bunga Raya 1C, Taman Bumiko, 98000 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia Mobile: (+60) 19 849 7739 Email and skype: connietingzhi@hotmail.com LinkedIn: https://nz.linkedin.com/in/connie-ling-99a33672 Passport: Malaysia CAREER GOAL 7RVHFXUHDQDUFKLWHFWXUDOUROHZKHUH,FDQDSSO\P\ÀYH\HDUVDUFKLWHFWXUDOVWXGLHVLQWR real projects and be a registered architect. Therefore, I am eager to be involved and worked in different architecture design stages from project brief to completion. PROFILE ‡ Graduated from degree and submitted a thesis for Master requirement from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. My thesis topic is about integrating early FKLOGFDUHFHQWUHVLQWR:HOOLQJWRQ&%'RIÀFHEXLOGLQJV ‡ 2014 to 2016: Student member of NZIA New Zealand Institute of Architects Incorporated. ‡ &RPSHWHQW LQ 3KRWRVKRS ,OOXVWUDWRU ,Q'HVLJQ 5HYLW DQG 6NHWFK8S IRU ÀYH \HDUV in university design projects. Competent using Revit for designing, rendering and GUDIWLQJZRUNV(OHPHQWDU\SURÀFLHQF\LQ$XWR&$'$OOLQ:LQGRZVSODWIRUP ‡ 3URÀFLHQWLQ0LFURVRIW:RUG([FHODQG3RZHU3RLQWLQ:LQGRZVSODWIRUP ‡ Fluent in spoken and written English, elementary in spoken Mandarin Chinese and Bahasa Malaysia. ‡ Enthusiastic in physical design models and hand sketching as iterative design process. ‡ Type of projects done in university: residential, education, commercial, retail, masterplanning, construction and furniture design EDUCATION HISTORY March 2014 - April 2016 Master of Architecture (Professional) (MArch[Prof]) Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand March 2011- November 2013 Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand June 2009 - December 2010 INTEC Education College, Malaysia WORK HISTORY May 2016 to August 2016 : Architectural graduate at Pekerjaan Piasau Konkerit Sdn. Bhd., Miri, Malaysia Duties: ‡ Designing four single storey detached houses under the supervision of an architect ‡ $WWHQGLQJSURJUHVVPHHWLQJEHWZHHQFRQVXOWDQWVIRUDVKRSSLQJFRPSOH[SURMHFW ‡ 5HGUDZLQJSDUNLQJOD\RXWIRUWZRà RRUVEDVHPHQWFDUSDUN ‡ Assisting the team in blueprinting submission drawings to the council ‡ Colouring submission drawings for house project


Jan 2014 to Feb 2016: Part-time check-out operator in New World Willis Street Metro, New Zealand Duties: ‡ Processing sales- cash, EFTPOS and credit card ‡ Addressing and communicating customers’ complaints to manager ‡ Translating verbally for Chinese customers that could not understand English well ‡ Arranging and making the display shelves visually presentable for marketing sale March 2015- June 2015: Tutor for SARC 222 Structural systems Duties: ‡ Guiding students in assignments ‡ Answering students’ questions about structural systems ‡ Coordinating with other tutors on how to answer students’ questions Feb 2012 to Nov 2013: Casual waitress in Epicure Westpac Stadium Function Centre, Wellington, New Zealand for sports events and dinner functions Duties: ‡ Promoting food and drinks that are served in the premises ‡ Coordinating with colleagues about food serving and cleaning tasks ‡ Keeping an energetic mood in serving customers even during busy times ACHIEVEMENTS ‡ Managed my study and part-time working well by being able to travel to different places such as New Zealand, Australia (Melbourne and Sydney), Netherlands and France. ‡ A positive ‘can-do’ attitude in achieveing new things in life eg. did Nevis Bungy in 4XHHQVWRZQDQGZLQGVXUĂ€QJLQ:HOOLQJWRQ ‡ )LUVW\HDUSURMHFWDSK\VLFDO'PRGHOEHLQJH[KLELWHGIRURULHQWDWLRQZHHNLQ School of Architecture. ‡ Secretary for Victoria University Christian Club (2014 and 2015) which helped to organise outing activities for the club. ‡ Volunteered in university orientation week. Planned and conducted a city tour for the new students around the city and university. ‡ Participated in Studio Christchurch research and design platform (January 2013) which investigated about the Convention Centre Precinct rebuild project after the 2011 earthquake. ‡ Participated twice in SAANZ 24 hr design competition hosted by Victoria University Architecture in a team of friends (2011 & 2013). Successfully completed designs and details in 24 hours. ‡ Awarded tips and received compliments while working as waitress and check out operator for customer-friendly attitude and detailed in packing grocery bags. REFEREES *Contact details are available on request Christina Mackay Senior Lecturer in Interior Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Supervisor for Master thesis research AProf Andrew Charleson Associate Professor in Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Tutoring for the paper SARC 222


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01 INTEGRATED SOCIAL LEARNING Thesis project The convenience of early childhood centres (ECE) near to guardians’ working places creates a need to look into the integration of ECE into Central Business District (CBD) ZKHUHPRVWRIÀFHEXLOGLQJVDUHORFDWHG This requires investigation on how the LQWHJUDWLRQ RI  (&( LQWR RIÀFH EXLOGLQJV FFRXOG FKDQJH RIÀFH EXLOGLQJV GHVLJQV WR meet children’s learning requirements. The GHVLJQ LQ WKLV UHVHDUFK DLPV WR H[SORUH potentials in which this integration could happen. The aim of this thesis is to develop ways WKDWPL[HGDJHHDUO\FKLOGFDUHFHQWUHVFDQ EH LQWHJUDWHG ZLWK &%' RIÀFH EXLOGLQJV 7KLV LQWHJUDWLRQ LV H[SORUHG E\ DQDO\VLQJ VWUDWHJLHVRI RIÀFHEXLOGLQJGHVLJQVWKDWFDQ be applied to support children’s learning DQG LQWHUDFWLRQ LQ WKH RIÀFH HQYLURQPHQW Atrium could give children wider social OHDUQLQJ H[SHULHQFHV &LUFXODWLRQ SDWKV could be a social and visual learning spaces for mobile children when they transition from a play space to another. Outdoor spaces are required for children’s learning but could also be adults’ outdoor workspaces. The facade design should enhance the outdoor space and also add a creative touch on it. Overall, this thesis aims to support the integration of early child-care centres in RIÀFHEXLOGLQJVZLWKLQLQWKH&%'

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02 NEW TOWN 4th year project ‡ ‡ ‡

Master planning for new development of Wellington suburban (Newtown) within groups of people $QDO\VLQJ WKH H[LVWLQJ EXLOGLQJV· historical value and determine to keep, revitalise or demolished the buildings Redeveloping new buildings with HOHPHQWVWKDWUHVHPEOHWKHROGH[LVWLQJ buildings’ character

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Curtain walls to provide natural light for stairwell

Light walls with fibre cement sheet as cladding, and windows

Light walls with fibre cement sheet cladding and windows

Timber balustrades

Gravity and lateral resisting structures: The structures are made from reinforced concrete beams and columns. Light wall with fibre cement sheet as cladding, sliding doors to provide access to roof deck.

Curtain walls with sliding door access to balcony.

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Frame of the building showing floors, ceiling, deck structure and circulation.

Highest floor plan: The highest level consist of one bedroom apartment and common space that are open to the roof deck.

Middle floor plans: The second and third floor consist of one bedroom apartment and two bedrooms apartment.

Ground floor plan: The front consist of office space and one bedroom apartment at the back.

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Laser cut models

Addtion of spaces on the site


Design statement: The design project is about designing apartment for mobility disabled people like those on wheel chair, crutches or cane. Therefore, this construction drawing is showing the detail showing the ways to obtain level threshold between exterior and interior such as the deck and balcony while preventing the rainwater puddle at the door threshold. This is important to allow people on wheel chair to be able to access the exterior space too. The type of finishes and cladding used reflecting the design intent of combining the old character of the building there before that used weatherboard and covered up with cement sheet later. Thus, the concrete structure is finished with board finish to reflect the texture of horizontal weatherboard while some are cladded with timber to reflect the mixture of old and modern elements on the exterior. The stair is also designed according to accessible stair guidelines to allow people on cane to use it.

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90 x 45 studs with 600 crs radiata pine H1.2, cladded with 2x13mm GIB Aqualine® cladding, STC 55,FRR 90/90/90 on both side, finish with white colour waterproof plaster

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70x 45 on flat radiata pine purlins SG 8 H1.2, 400crs 190 x 70 radiata pine SG 8 rafters H1.2, 400crs to support plywood roofing above

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Rondo 92 x 35.5 boxed, 0.75BMT, 600crs with 2x13mm GIB Ultraline® Plus as interior cladding and 6mm machined FunderMax Exterior board with summerapple finish as exterior cladding behind Pink® Batts® Ultra® R2.6 Wall insulation with 90mm thick

12mm clear TEMPAFLOAT® by Metro GlassTech comply with AS/NZS 2208 and NZS 4223 D2

Nuraply 3P double layer system with 1:40 min. slope with Nuracolour surface finish to match with colour timber deck

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10mm GIB-Tone® Quiet™ Tile: Random with 15% Perforation as suspended ceiling tiles supported by GIB® Rondo® 308 batten, 600 crs Balcony concrete screed floor slab with 1:40 fall 2 A116

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Allproof 150mm Flat Clamp Ring Drain Table for roof mount services such as heat pump outdoor unit Roof slope 1:30 min toward the internal gutter 17mm Ecoply® Structural Square Edge CD surface grade H3.2 CCA treated as plywood substrate comply with NZBC E2/AS1 and AS/NZS 2269. Nuraply 3P double layer system as roof membrane over the plywood 70x 45 on flat radiata pine purlins SG 8 H1.2, 400crs 290 x 90 radiata pine SG 8 rafters H1.2, 400crs to support plywood roofing above comply NZBC E2/AS1

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Double glazed stairwell

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90 x 90 Pacific timber post at the each turning corner and ending of stair with 34x56 timber Pacific balustrade with 100mm distance in between comply with NZBC F4/AS1 Timber stair with 335mm tread, 173mm riser with 30° pitch for accessible stair, comply with NZBC D1/AS1 and NZS 4121

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Revit construction drawing on new housing block

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Rear facade

Surrounding views toward the site with diagramming showing the respond of eyes movement to different prominent views as the whole body is moving up vertically.


03 BREWERY + GALLERY 4th year project ‡

A cross programming of two different architectural programmes. The form of the building dictates the body orientation in relation to the visual that they see.

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View of the kitchen from communal corridor

View of the kitchen from inside of the apartment


04 CULTURAL HOUSING 3rd year project ‡ ‡

A housing project in Christchurch that is designed based on the New Zealand bi-culturalism. The kitchen is seen as an important social connector space. Thus, the kitchen is designed to have an openable wall to allow social cooking.

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05 NEW ZEALAND EARTHQUAKE MUSEUM 3rd year project ‡ ‡

Using concrete structures as design elements for an earthquake museum located facing the Wellington harbour The interior of the museum had been GHVLJQHGLQWRÀYHVSDFHVWKDWUHSUHVHQW WKH ÀYH VHTXHQWLDO H[SHULHQFHV RI  earthquake struck. This is done through how the concrete structures is arranged and penetrated

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07 NEW ZEALAND SCHOOL OF MUSIC 3rd year project ‡ ‡

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Designing a music school in Wellington Central that incorporated steel VWUXFWXUHVDVGHVLJQFRQFHSWH[SUHVVLRQ The main structures (bracing and PRPHQWIUDPH DUHH[SRVHGRXWVLGHRI  the building to resemble the concept of headphones where it emits music to surrounding people when it is loud The different opacity and permeability RI WKHIDFDGHH[SUHVVPXVLFRI GLIIHUHQW loudness

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08 COFFEE HOUSE 2nd year project ‡ ‡

A coffee house that is designed based on how coffee travels around the city: land and air. The lightweight coffee house allows land transportability and the porous nature of the wall allows coffee smells to spread to the surroundings.


09 TERRACE HOUSE 2nd year project ‡ ‡

A timber terrace house that is designed in a team of two people according to NZS 3604. Hand-drawn construction drawings are produced according to the house design.


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10 TRAM STATION 2nd year project ‡ ‡

Designing a new transport hub station in Wellington CBD 3URSRVLQJDWUDPVWDWLRQWKDWH[SUHVVHV the electric nature of tram. The concept of electric electron movement in wavy SDWWHUQEHFRPHVWKHH[WHULRUH[SUHVVLRQ and structures of the building

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11 PERCEPTION OF SPACE 1st year project ‡

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12 LESS IS MORE 1st year project ‡ ‡

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13 SHELTER 1st year project ‡

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14 IN BETWEEN TOP AND BOTTOM 1st year project ‡

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15 SPACE & PRESSURE 1st year project ‡

Identifying negative spaces between body and space


CONNIE LING CONTACT Phone: (+60) 19 849 7739 Email: connietingzhi@hotmail.com LinkedIn: https://nz.linkedin.com/in/connie-ling-99a33672


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