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DUNCAN TENG-CHUN CHANG

portfolio + resume


university of new south wales | 2008-2010 degree | bachelor of architectural studies city | sydney country | australia

contact details | phone number - 0449945779 | email - changduncan@hotmail.com


content

newtown art gallery | page 1 matraville community library | page 3 north bondi apartmemnts | page 5 past work experience references | page 7 acknowledgements | page 8

matraville community library | page 3 tutor | dijana alic unsw | semester two 2009 duration | 12 weeks

2008

2009

completion of trial bay gaol | page 7 tutor | glenn murcutt unsw | semester two 2010 duration | 14 weeks

2010

newtown art gallery | page 1 tutor | xing ruan unsw | semester one 2009 duration | 4 weeks

2011

north bondi apartments | page 5 tutor | harry margalit unsw | semester one 2010 duration | 12 weeks


NEWTOWN ART GALLERY

featuring paintings by Ernie Gerzabek

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suburb | newtown city | sydney country | australia

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tutor | xing ruan unsw | semester one 2009 duration | 4 weeks

Newtown is a suburb south-west of the Sydney’s central business district. Its most wellknown for its street music and art culture where the main street “Kings Street” contains many contemporary art and fashion stores. Our project is to design an art gallery located on Kings Street with the artist being a local Sydney artist, “Ernie Gerzabek”. He specialises in abstract landscape paintings and recreating the unique Australian landscape within his paintings. With this as a focus I went with creating two unique galleries which represent the content of the artwork both experiencially and atmospherically. Australian Landscape mostly consist of the desert and ocean therefore I went about creating a gallery that allow the viewers to touch the landscape through his paintings.

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above | concept sketch (mergence of desert and ocean hence Australia)


private residence | water gallery pool | sand dunes in desert gallery | private residence

above | painting of seascape (by Ernie Gerzabek) bottom | painting of desertscape (by Ernie Gerzabek)

sand dunes | desert gallery

office and workshop | private apartment

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ground floor plan | 1:500 program |

1 | entrance gallery 2 | ocean gallery 3 | desert gallery 4 | gallery office 5 | workshop 6 | storage space 7 | living area 8 | artist private living area 9 | artist bedroom

courtyard | ocean gallery

first floor plan | 1:500 2


MATRAVILLE COMMUNITY LIBRARY

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suburb | matraville city | sydney country | australia

Matraville Community Library project was the design of the Matraville branch of the City of Sydney Libraries. This was to be a resource centre representative of various needs for the local community. The building was required to accommodate: the library book collection, temporary and permanent display of local artworks as well as historical artefacts. It was also to be the identity of the locals due to being a place that lacks a communal gathering point.

tutor | djiana alic unsw | semester two 2009 duration | 12 weeks

The site of the building is located close to the corner of Daunt Avenue and Bunnerong Road, Matraville, Sydney. Being in a suburban environment it was necessary to address the public of the surrounding areas. The site is framed by: Daunt Avenue to its north; an old abandoned post office and Bunnerong Road to its west; a Catholic school to the south and suburban housing to the east. volume |

Massing in terms of the site and relationship with surrounding architecture

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angled facades to the surrounding context to allow better access

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subtraction in order to create communal gathering space

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creation of an enclosure for a more deserible meeting area

penetration |

central penetrating axis to allow penetration to the central gathering area


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ground floor | 1:1000

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photos of the suburb around the matraville library (showing very anti-social traits in local architecture)

program | 1 | entrance / exhibition space 2 | information desk 3 | return and storage space 4 | computer / research labs 5 | audio visual space 6 | meeting room 7 | indigenous research library 8 | loading dock 9 | amphitheatre 10 | staff room 11 | archives 12 | director’s office 13 | male bathroom 14 | female bathroom

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amphitheatre outside the library | column penetration in matraville library

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NORTH BONDI APARTMENTS

bondi golf course

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suburb | north bondi city | sydney country | australia

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tutor | harry margalit unsw | semester one 2010 duration | 12 weeks

The project for “North Bondi� apartments was designed as a luxurious property with views of the bondi landscape. Being in a surburbia full of commercialism and tourism, I designed this building with a proposal that the residents would be able to connect back to the original landscape and nature of bondi. The main axis walls frames certain views of the landscape giving the residents their own piece of the landscape. The restaurant will provoke the same idea by connecting the customers with their part of bondi with the view of the sky.

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ramsgate ave nue collage of the surrounding landscape of north bondi |


first floor plan | 1:200 program |

1 | living room 2 | kitchen 3 | dinning room 4 | bathroom 5 | bedroom

model showing the building’s context with it’s surroudning landscape east elevation

first floor plan | 1:200 program |

1 | living room 2 | kitchen 3 | dinning room 4 | bathroom 5 | bedroom

1:20 model showing interior perspectives from the restaurant 6


COMPLETION OF

TRIAL BAY GAOL

pacific ocean

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city | arakoon state | new south wales country | australia

tutor | glenn murcutt unsw | semester two 2010 duration | 14 weeks

The site is located at the end of the Trial Bay Gaol access road on Laggers Point, Arakoon State Conservation and Recreational Area via South West Rocks NSW 2431. The existing building was undertaken by the Public Works as a Gaol with construction starting in 1861. The Gaol comprises mostly large stone walls. The proposed facility is to house an Artists-in-Residence programme that is offered to up to three practicing artists every year for a period of eighth months with a in-built gallery and theatre space for the public. With the existing ruin I went about designing to emphasise the journey through “nature’s wonderland” and into the “confinement” of the gaol.

german monument trial bay

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arakoon state conservation area trial bay gaol from smoky cape | exisiting granite structure | main courtyard of the gaol | german monument detail section through studio spacae | 1:50

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11 12 9 residence floor plans | 1:500 program | 1 | kitchen 2 | study/library 3 | private living area 4 | bedroom 5 | bathroom 6 | private courtyard 7 | watertanks

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gallery floor plan | 1:500 program | 1 | entrance / reception space 2 | gaol museum 3 | permanent gallery 4 | restaurant dinning area 5 | kitchen 6 | theatre seating 7 | stage 8 | toilet 9 | living machine 10 | lookout 11 | temporary gallery 12 | water tanks

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studio floor plan | 1:500 program | 1 | studio 2 | toilet 3 | storage 4 | watertanks

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long section through gallery and kitchen | 1:500 8


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS acknowledgements to both tutors and classmates I have had the pleasure to work with at university of new south wales throughout my bachelor of architectural studies program. Without them I will not be able to achieve what I have accomplished today.

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