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“If I exist, then the only acceptable limit is my death”


Greetings,

CONTACT Greetings, CONTACT

dadidindul@gmail.com I’m Dadi Dindul I’m Dadi Dindul dadidindul@gmail.com info@ludnid.com info@ludnid.com e GraduateArchitecture & ArchViz Graduate Artist & ArchViz Artist

PERSONAL PERSONAL

k & avid learner I’m a who’s quick & avid very learner who’s very www.ludnid.com www.ludnid.com ut design passionate and construction about design and construction www.linkedin.com/in/ludnid/ www.linkedin.com/in/ludnid/

ACADEMIC ACADEMIC BACKGROUND BACKGROUND TICAL EXPERIENCE PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE

2006-2010 2006-2010 2016-2017 2016-2017 Architecture, B.Sc. Architecture, University University of Jos,ofJos, Jos, Jos, Nigeria Nigeria Tutor, GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY Tutor, GRIFFITHB.Sc. UNIVERSITY

Second Class Degree Second First ClassDivision Degree First Division year Architecture Assisted in teaching undergraduates 1st year Architecture undergraduates

2013-2015 2013-2015 VOLUNTEER VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE tor | Photography, BULBFIRE Illustrator | Photography, BULBFIRE 2016 quick 2016 posed buildings Creatingand 3d visuals developing of Proposed quick buildings and developing concepts concepts Builder, CHINA TOWN NEW YEAR Builder, CHINA TOWN NEWFESTIVAL YEAR FESTIVAL , Creating animations Designing Brochures, and fly throughs Creating animations and fly throughs

Volunteered for theVolunteered construction mounting of art pieces made by for theand construction and mounting of art pieces made by students of the Architecture department, Griffith University students of the Architecture department, Griffith University

2013 2013 ectural Assistant, ICONARCH Architectural Assistant,Volunteer, ICONARCH GLOW FESTIVAL GOLD GOLD COAST Volunteer, GLOW FESTIVAL COAST

Drawings & Site Supervision of Nike Shop Creating Construction Drawings & Site Supervision of Nike ShopdesignAided Aided in the and inconstruction the design and of construction Griffith’sofpavilion Griffith’s pavilion for theinfestival. for the festival. Ceddi Plaza situated in Abuja. Ceddi Plaza situated Abuja.

2011-2012 2011-2012 2011-2013 2011-2013 CORPS MEMBER, NATIONAL YOUTHYOUTH SERVICE CORPS CORPS MEMBER, NATIONAL SERVICE CORPS t, ARCHI+WEB CONSULTANTS Architectural Assistant, ARCHI+WEB CONSULTANTS

One year One year service of dedicated to theservice city of to the Abuja. city of Worked Abuja. Worked withwith Tourism. Tourism. eating 3d visuals Designing andbuildings, Graphic creating work3d for visuals and Graphic workof fordedicated presentations. presentations. gs, Site supervision Creating Construction of residential Drawings, buildings Site supervision of residential buildings situated in Abuja situated in Abuja erns on Architectural Training ofDesign Student Interns & Relevant on Architectural Design & Relevant English, Yoruba, Nigerian English, Yoruba, PidginNigerian Pidgin Software packages Software packages

LANGUAGES LANGUAGES

SOFTWARE SKILLS SOFTWARE AWARDS SKILLS AWARDS / ACHIEVEMENT / ACHIEVEMENT 3dsmax Autocad

Vray 3dsmax

SketchupArchiCAD Mental Sketchup Ray Rhino Chief Architect

Rhino Corona Podium

Unreal Engine Photoshop Ecotect Photoshop Indesign After Effects Illustrator

Indesign Simlab VR Lumion Illustrator

Premiere Pro Twinmotion CorelDraw CorelDraw Sony Vegas Enscape Affinity Affinity

DEC 2016 DEC INTERNATIONAL 2016 AWR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION COMPETITION Vray AWR

2nd Place at the San 2nd Francisco Place at the San House Francisco of Music House of International Music International Competition Competition

Mental Ray SEPT 2016 POST COURSEWORK AWARD SEPTGRADUATE 2016 POST GRADUATE COURSEWORK AWARD Corona Recognition for outstanding services to Griffith the the Recognition for outstanding services touniversity, Griffith university, Gold Coast community while maintaining grades.grades. Gold Coast community while maintaining

Podium MAY 2016 ANZAC MAY 2016 MEMORIAL ANZAC MEMORIAL COMPETITION COMPETITION AWARD AWARD Unreal Engine

Recognition as one Recognition of Top 3asfinalists one of Top with 3 finalists a highly with acommended highly commended certificate. certificate.

Simlab VR 2010 ARTIST OF 2010 THE ARTIST WEEK OF THE WEEK LumionArtist choice Vismasters Vismasters of Artist the week choice of the week

Twinmotion 2010 HOVER CHALLENGE 2010 HOVER CHALLENGE MENTION MENTION Enscape Top 24 Finalists for the Top 24 Hover FinalistsChallenge for the Hover Challenge by Ronen byBekerman Ronen Bekerman

WEB PUBLICATIONS WEB PUBLICATIONS INTERESTS INTERESTS & HOBBIES & HOBBIES

gzine, Animation Electronic West Magzine, Africa Animation-West Africa Volunteering for - Volunteering projects that for projects alleviate that alleviate poverty poverty

ght and Shadows for daytime Archiviz : Light rendering and Shadows for daytime renderinglearning - Currently - Currently Rubylearning coding Ruby language coding language to improve to improve architectural design architectural process. design process. artwork, WALKWAYCG FEATURE artwork, WALKWAY FEATURE - Urban and Mechanical - Urban andsketching Mechanical sketching https://goo.gl/rhQWl1 https://goo.gl/rhQWl1 - Organizing design - Organizing tutorial design sessions, tutorialmanaging sessions, managing bothboth venues and participants venues and participants

onstruction, GLOW Pavilion FESTIVAL construction, GLOW FESTIVAL

ecure.griffith.edu.au/news/2016/06/22/ https://app.secure.griffith.edu.au/news/2016/06/22/ ed-coral-display-lights-up-glow-festival/ led-coral-display-lights-up-glow-festival/

REFERENCES REFERENCES

Peter Roy|Principal, Peter Peter Roy|Principal, Roy &Peter Associates|(07) Roy & Associates|(07) 3379 3379 5885 5885 Visualization Artists,Top NIGERIA Visualization Artists, NIGERIA onent/k2/item/83-top-visualists-in-nigeria http://interarchtiv.com/component/k2/item/83-top-visualists-in-nigeria Dr Ruwan Fernando|Lecturer, Dr Ruwan Fernando|Lecturer, Griffith University|(07) Griffith University|(07) 555555 27131 27131


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San Francisco House of Music

Master of Architecture Thesis Design Project AWR Competition Entry (2nd Place) YEAR : 2016 SCHOOL: Griffith University The proposed design is located deep in the heart of the GOLDEN GATE park, surrounded by trees and unique heritage. A Garden of sorts, the site was likened to a lady courted with a triad of suitors making their proposal to receive her approval.

With a key aim of merging the old and the new, the performance spaces are upgraded through the use of innovative materials and technological advances to control sound reverberation for certain music types. The recreation zones through a series of movement become the most significant space within the building slightly displacing the theatre as seen in traditional opera houses. This space acts as both circulation and relaxation where different age groups interact. Relaxation zones are further equipped with musical stands and headsets for occupants to experience what I call “SHARED MUSIC�. IWON DIDUN 01

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SPITSTOP Cruise Ship Terminal

Master of Architecture Design Project YEAR : 2015

SCHOOL: Griffith University

The brief proposes a cruise ship terminal for the city of Gold Coast. Given three options to choose from and redeveloping the master plan of The Spit, the offshore option was selected after careful analysis of existing conditions on the site.

The building positioned off-shore is embeded in the sea. A rectilinear type structure acts in opposition to the sea currents.

A spherical / oval shaped building reduces impact against the structure and allows easy flow of the currents

Redeveloping the spit will see more activities and development move towards the north end of the site. This development will ensure better network of roads, bicycle and footpaths and give new value to the site. The design of the terminal is derived from a spintop and the nature of its balance. This is reflected in the form of the building. With luxury and tourism as key strategies for development, the terminal guarantees a destination that is both unique and vital to the gold coast.

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For balane within the sea, an underside is added. The aim is to have an underwater observatory for the terminal.

The two poles / caps of the sphere are then elongated to give it a unique form. At the top, a look out spot, below an underwater observatory with a base that enriches coral life


People concentrate at the following locations on the site; Doug park to the north and north west of the site. To the East is the beach and south of the site is Sea World.

The major points of attraction is the beach to the north of the site and sea world to the south.

The terminal positioned off shore will increase increase activity at the beach front becoming a tourist attraction site as well as improving the horizon of the sea. IWON DIDUN 01

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STEAM School of Engineering

Master of Architecture Group design Project TEAM MEMBERS : David L.|Freddie F.|James S. YEAR : 2016 SCHOOL: Griffith University The STEAM Project is more than just an arrangement of rooms that fill spatial demands. In a rapidly urbanising campus. It is a catalyst for the discussion between the increase of in-fill development and three identified challenges present in the context of site use. URBAN DENSITY, COHESION AND PROXIMITY. Derived from these three challenges comes the key architectural vision for the building; a celebration of vertical space. This is to be delivered with three key principles in mind; ACTIVE CIRCULATION, SPATIAL HIERACHY and INTERACTION. My team and I created an organized workflow with David acting as team leader. Freddie worked on the sections and elevations, James on the site layout and I was tasked with designing the elevations and visuals and creating a detailed model from which required drawings were obtained. David put the project together.


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Professional Work

PARTNERS : Design Logic Limited, Nigeria YEAR : 2016 LOCATION: Abuja, Nigeria The Client wanted a unique set of terrace houses to be located in Abuja. Design Logic contracted part of the design out to me. Together we decided on a conceptual scheme after which I created full sets for the project which included the initial working drawings and visuals of both interior and exterior spaces.


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GLOW FESTIVAL PAVILION

Volunteer Work TEAM : Dr. Ruwan F.|Dr. Karine D.|Nikki F. Teresa B.|Maddy C.|Virtamo D. YEAR : 2016 LOCATION: GoldCoast, Aus Together with mentors and architecture students from the Department of Architecture, Griffith University, we designed and built a pavilion for the yearly “GLOW” festival held on the GoldCoast. The design by Ruwan F. was inspired by the concept of coral and was designed to remind people about the beauty and fragility of the oceans – an issue that has since become even more topical after severe bleaching of the Great Barrier Reef. The Pavilion celebrates the magical colours found in the ocean. We developed a modular approach for its construction, inspired by the coral’s unique organic patterns and systems. The Pavilion, which was almost four metres high, was made almost entirely of recycled cardboard and was lit up with LED lights IWON DIDUN 01

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ABSTRACTIONS Walkway | Hexagons

Art Work YEAR : 2016 TIME: 2 hours 43 Minutes The two places I’ve studied have a huge margin on how they relate to space. One is constrained by it, so design options are limited, the other not so much and so designs easily become bogus. This disparity between the two have inspired this piece I term “Walkway”. A pathway that points me in some direction as I seek a balance between my circumstances. I look at space, scale, color and light. I start with a rough sketch on paper, then transfer to a modelling application. In the app, I begin to build upon my sketch, trying new things, testing what works and what doesn’t. I then choose a view when I chance upon something I like then continue to build. This goes for roughly 1 hour. Once done, I create a clay render or transfer to photoshop for painting. I build on textures, color and depth of the scene. An hour or two later, I’m done. The rule is to spend no more than 3 hours in total on a piece.


Architecture Design Portfolio. VOL 01  

Selected Design Work - Masters at Griffith University and Personal Work

Architecture Design Portfolio. VOL 01  

Selected Design Work - Masters at Griffith University and Personal Work

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