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Living With All (YEAR 2 WORK)

MY CURRICULUM VITAE Page 4

ABOUT ME

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ARTIST RETREAT

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Fashion School

Cover Letter

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4 My CV Name: Ng Ding Sian Age: 22 Date of Birth: 04 November 1991 Gender: Male NRIC / Passport No: S9140712D Marital Status: Single

Educational Background Diploma in Architecture – Year 2011 Singapore Polytechnic – Singapore Dover Road -Final Year GPA – 3.115 Overall Cumulative GPA – 2.785 -Datum: KL 2011 Kuala Lumpur Architecture Seminar -Member of Life Saving Swimming Club High School, Singapore Cambridge General Certificate of Education – Year 2007

Hua Yi Secondary School – Singapore -4 As Achiever in Maths/ Science/Chinese Subjects -Participated in International Competitions for Schools (Science) 2005-2006 -Participated in Australian Mathematics Competitions for the Westpac 2005/2007 -Member of National Cadet Corps (NCC), 3rd Sergeant

Work Experiences

Languages

Drafter/Assistant Designer - April 2011 to Aug 2011 Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts Corporate Office – 211 Upper Bukit Timah Road Intern - July 2009 to Nov 2009 SQFT ARCHITECTS – 10 Bukit Batok Crescent

Spoken: English, Chinese, ... ... Written: English & Chinese.

Competition & ACHIEMENT -Awards in Life Saving 1, 2&3 in Singapore Life-Saving Society -Awards in Qualified Bronze Medallion and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation -Certificate of Recognition being trained in CPR & AED

Soft Skills • • • •

AutoCAD • MicroStation • Excellent Handcraft Model Making Skills • Well versed in English & Chinese Languages •

Photoshop 3D MAX Google Sketch Up Microsoft Programs


5 Cover Letter for application to RMIT Jurong West Street 71 Blk 718 #06-101 H: +65 6792-0579 C: +65 9382-3407 ngds1991@hotmail.com To: Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing this letter to express my interest in studying in the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. I am currently serving my constription in National Service in Singapore. I will be out of the force by the 22th August 2013. I have always find the field of Architecture very fascinating and rewarding. Thus, a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture Education has always been my dream. It is always my dream to become an Architect in the near future. I have spent my time of pursuing Architecture in Singapore Polytechnic and obtained a Diploma in Architecture after 3 years in school. I feel that I have acquired a solid intellectual foundation to continue pursuing my undergraduate study in the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Well trained in software programmes like the AutoCAD, Photoshop, 3D Max, Microstation and etc which are skills mandatory in this field. In addition, I have acquired transferable skills such as the ability to identify and solve problems, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and an appreciation for attention to detail that will continue to help me to do well and succeed in my undergraduate study and future academic and professional life. Most importantly, I am highly motivated and am an all-around student with good athletic and interpersonal skills. I understand that qualities such as patience, diligence, sensitivity enthusiasm and commitment are needed in order to work around with the other students together in the school and extra-curricular setting and I believe I would prove a valuable asset to the educational field. As required by the School, I am enclosing the duly filled-in application form to pursue my Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from your esteemed school. In addition, my resume and two letters of recommendation are attached here. Once again, I sincerely thank you for your time and kind consideration. I will be looking forward for your reply. I hope that you could put all those i had said into your consideration when reviewing my application to read Bachelor’s degree in Architeture.

Sincerely, Ng Ding Sian.


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LIVING WITH ALL

1ST FEATURES Project: Living With All. Section 1.1 PROJECT DESCRIPTION 1.2 PROPOSED PROJECT SITE 1.3 DESIGN STRATEGIES 1.4 EXTERIOR 1.5 INTERIOR


Project Description Muse/Inspiration My Idea came about this way; just picture walking into a coffeeshop and the first thing you’ve noticed is a group of chatty, vibrant, old-aged man and women the sliver generation talking and slipping kopi-O (long black) animatedly, so full of energy.

But! There are more and more cases of old folks being abandoned. THIS is the reason to my design – LIVING WITH ALL.

Many people have misconception of old people. They though that old folks are usually meddlesome, heavily dependency, attention seeking, careless and even an bad influence for kids. However they forgot who raise up their parent and in some cases them. Old folks are completely capable of taking care of themselves, but that doesn’t mean they like to be alone. And thus, this concept of my project is actually an estate for the elderly folks. Old people getting together are actually beneficial for themselves. After all everybody need friends. The Sliver Age - our grandparents, the 30s and 40s baby, they are born and raised in the kampong style estate (village) and greenery is very much part of a Kampong. Which is why I have integrated green into the housing estate.

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Proposed Project Site The estates is strategicially planned to inside the heartlands. Because the city would be too noisy with all the party. The client are old folks or children looking into buying a house for their parent and this could is very well their retirement home.

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Design Strategies Living With Green To bring in a kind of nature feeling into the building & at the same time allow resident to enage with each other in the communal area. To come up with communal spaces which residents could come together and interact with each other and also enjoy the facility. not just visually but also intellectually.

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Communal spaces which residents could come together and interact with each other and also enjoy the facility. not just visually but also intellectually.

Design Strategies

Communal spaces which residents could come together and interact with each other and also enjoy the facility. not just visually but also intellectually.

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Design Strategies

Communal spaces which residents could come together and interact with each other and also enjoy the facility. not just visually but also intellectually.

Design Strategies

Communal spaces which residents could come together and interact with each other and also enjoy the facility. not just visually but also intellectually.

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Communal spaces which residents could come together and interact with each other and also enjoy the facility. not just visually but also intellectually. A

To give a feeling of tranparency shared communal space all the rooms in the communal area are see through. i.e the glass panel are celling to floor.

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Communal spaces which residents could come together and interact with each other and also enjoy the facility. not just visually but also intellectually.

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1: Preliminary design 1Model- Front View 2: Preliminary design 1 Model- Top view 3: Preliminary design 1 Model- Isometric View 4: Preliminary design 2 pre-final Model - Top view 5: Final Model: Roof Garden 6: Pre-final Model- Roof Garden


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THE EXTERIOR DEISGN OF THE BUILDING COMES IN HAND IN HAND WITH MY DESIGN STRATEGIES. iF YOU HAVE NOTICED THERE ARE A ROOF GARDEN NOT JUST FOR THE SAKE FOR USING A GREEN SUSTAINABLE BUILDING.

The windows are made out of tinted glass which gives it two properties: !.) to provide the user to look out into the weather with ease from direct sunlight glaze. 2.) Even thought in the project my design concept encourage users to interact, but i didnt forget to provide some privacy. We all need some private spaces to ourselves. As you can see the flow of the building is made such that the resident will all converge into the communal area towards the carpark

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Substation Lift lobby. An saftey value added service,- in cases of a medical emergency paramedical could get access with a medic card which will enable the lift to come up and down to the lobby and to the destintated level non-stop. The lobby is strategically plan to be just infront of the emergency parking lot for fire engine and ambulance

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THIS SECTION YOU WOULD SEE THE FLOW OF THE LAYOUT OF THE BUILDING INTERIOR UNFOLDING ITSELF FROM LEVEL 1 COMMUNAL SPACE (WHICH CONSISTS OF THE GYM, A SWIMMING POOL, PAVILION, A GARDEN AND A LIBRARY) TO THE MORE PERSONAL SPACE (SUCH AS THE MASTER BEDROOM, KITCHEN AND BALCONY) AND NOT TO FORGET THE ENTERTAINMENT FACILITY (LIKE KTV ROOM AT LEVEL 2) AND A ROOF GARDEN (WHICH IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC).

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1: Living room on a 4-room flat 2: 3-room flat unit type 3: 4-room flat unit type


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FASHION ART SCHOOL Section 2.1 PROJECT DESCRIPTION 2.2 PROPOSED PROJECT SITE 2.3 DESIGN STRATEGIES 2.4 EXTERIOR 2.5 INTERIOR


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Proj·ect De·scrip·tion /proj-ekt diˈskripSHən/

Definition Project Description where you could find the philosophy or the design inention of the piece of work My Own Opinion of Project Description Project description is where i pout out all my ideas, thoughts, mental picture and good intention into words and images.

Whenever i design a building i always put myself in the shoe of the end users. In this case a design student. And i thought fashion and design have always been about visual and interaction.

Due to the site constraints, i have to be economical with the spaces and yet not compromise with the concept of my design which is to promote visual contact, interaction between public & students and lastly to showcase the design of the student to help them gain the confident they need to face outside working world. Hence transition overlapping spaces.

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Like an old saying goes “You need room to grow.” Even with the site area constraint i thought i could never compromise this point. Schools with all the classrooms align side by side with the long corridor to access into them, that space, that corridor space has always been a waste. I remember that i always hang out outside the class at the corridor with my friends after lesson. And i thought, “hey why not make it into a transitional space where by corridor is not just a walkway.”

1: Model of the finished project- FASHION DESIGN SCHOOL


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Pro·pose Proj·ect Site /pruh-pohz proj-ekt sahyt/

Definition Propose project site would means that the allocated land area to be use for the building that that is intended

Site Coverage of radius 250m -Worship places -Shop Houses -HDB Housings

This would be an excellent site for a design base school. It is not conventional but changes inspires idea which create an opportuntity for new cultural influences to the students.

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De·sign Strat·e·gy /dəˈzīn stratəjē/

Definition Design strategy is a discipline which helps firms determine what to make and do, why do it and how to innovate contextually, both immediately and over the long term My Own Opinion of Design Strategy Design Strategy- is where the backbone of the building comes in where your idea meet reality and make your design stands out.

Welcome to the digital, but are we spending too much time on the internet? You could see people roaming around walking and staring down onto their mobile phone and this have become a society culture. This is the reason to my design Fashion Art School. I am not so looking to make a major change but at least i want to promote interaction, as in face to face interaction among students and public. My concept of design: Promoting Interaction activities within the campus along with the surrounding.

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Above in the diagram is a simple representation of the strategies i come up with to 1.) Overcome the site constraints 2.) Fulfil my design concept of the building


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1 2 1: 2nd storey floorplan 2: Magnify view of 2nd storey floorplan showing the transitional walkway.

DESIGN STRATEGIES

Here is an example of transitional spaces. The walkway/corridor has multiply functions. It does not just connects one point to another but also offer an extension like a balcony to give student and members of the public a better elevated view of the stage from level 2 to level 1.


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Level 1 is open up to public this is done to encourage interaction. A different form of exposure is actually good it can serve as an inspiration source. As it is situated near the buzzing streets of little India which is also a tourist attraction it can attracts people from all walks of life to come over.

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The Lounge is situated by the right side of the stage where the facing side of the lounge is made of full ceilling to floor window where students and member of public could enjoy the stage performace in an aircon enclosed environment. If you prefer natural wind, do not worry, the seating facing the stage is cater for you, you are also protected from weather. This is to promote visual contact.

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Toilet is strategically placed beside the where most of the facilities are.

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1: 1st level floorplan 2: Magnify view of the stage area, retail store and stage seatings of level 1 3: Magnify view of the F&B and lounge 4: Magnify view of the reception, outdoor retails of level 1 5: Magnify view of the toilets of level 1

DESIGN STRATEGIES

All this facilities are design in just a way that there is a circular movement of focal point, where the focal point being the stage. The Stage is open for public performances by independent and artist or even fashion runway


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DESIGN STRATEGIES THE AREA ARE ARRANGE IN SUCH A WAY THAT THE STUDENT ARE EXPOSE TO THE FOCAL POINT. E.G THEY ARE ABLE TO DINE AND ENJOY THE PERFORMANCE ON STAGE. THIS AREA IS WHERE THE STUDENT COULD ENJOY THE QUIET SERENITY OF THE AFTERNOON THIS IS ACTUALLY THE IDEA PLACE FOR MUGGING OR CONCEPTING OF IDEA. THE NATURE VENTILATION AND THE GREEN WALL COOL DOWN THE OUTDOOR (NON-AIRCON) DECKING AND PROVIDED THE STUDENT WITH A CONDUCTIVE ENVIRONMENT.

1 THE AREA ARE ARRANGE IN SUCH A WAY THAT THE STUDENT ARE EXPOSE TO THE FOCAL POINT. E.G THEY ARE ABLE TO DINE AND ENJOY THE PERFORMANCE ON STAGE. THIS AREA IS WHERE THE STUDENT COULD ENJOY THE QUIET SERENITY OF THE AFTERNOON THIS IS ACTUALLY THE IDEA PLACE FOR MUGGING OR CONCEPTING OF IDEA. THE NATURE VENTILATION AND THE GREEN WALL COOL DOWN THE OUTDOOR (NON-AIRCON) DECKING AND PROVIDED THE STUDENT WITH A CONDUCTIVE ENVIRONMENT.

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DESIGN STRATEGIES THIS OUTDOOR GARDEN IS A GOOD SPOT FOR STUDENT TO HAVE TAKEAWAY LUNCH AND TO HANG OUT AS WELL. THIS GARDEN IS STRATEGICIALLY PLACED OUTSIDE THE LECTURE HALL AND WORKSHOP SO THAT THE STUDENTS COULD COME OUT AND HAVE A LITTLE BREAK.

1 THE AREA ARE ARRANGE IN SUCH A WAY THAT THE STUDENT ARE EXPOSE TO THE FOCAL POINT. E.G THEY ARE ABLE TO DINE AND ENJOY THE PERFORMANCE ON STAGE.

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DESIGN STRATEGIES THIS IS THE RESOURCE CENTRE FOR THE STUDENTS TO DO THEIR RESEARCH AND ALSO ACT AS A LOUNGE AREA. THERE IS A REASON WHY INSTEAD OF CALLING IT A LIBRARY IT IS A RESOURCE CENTRE BECAUSE SPEAKING AND DISSCUSSION IS ENCOURAGE THIS CLASSROOM HAS A SPECIAL FEATURE TO IT. INSTEAD OF BEING JUST A ROOM WITH 4 SOILDS WALLS, ONE OF IT IS ACTUALLY A RETRACTABLE PANEL WHERE YOU COULD BE IN THE CLASSROOM(LEVEL 4) AND SEE WHAT IS GOING ON AT THE PREVIOUS LEVEL LECTURE HALL(LEVEL 3). ALTERNATIVELY IT COULD ALSO BE USED FOR COMBINE CLASSES TO CONDUCT LECTURE WITH THE LECTURE HALL BELOW IT. 1 THE AREA ARE ARRANGE IN SUCH A WAY THAT THE STUDENT ARE EXPOSE TO THE FOCAL POINT. E.G THEY ARE ABLE TO DINE AND ENJOY THE PERFORMANCE ON STAGE. THIS AREA IS WHERE THE STUDENT COULD ENJOY THE QUIET SERENITY OF THE AFTERNOON THIS IS ACTUALLY THE IDEA PLACE FOR MUGGING OR CONCEPTING OF IDEA. THE NATURE VENTILATION AND THE GREEN WALL COOL DOWN THE OUTDOOR (NON-AIRCON) DECKING AND PROVIDED THE STUDENT WITH A CONDUCTIVE ENVIRONMENT.

1: Fourth Storey Plan.


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DESIGN STRATEGIES THIS AREA IS THE MULTI PURPOSE HALL (MPH) WHERE THE GRADUATING COULD DIPLAY THEIR WORK AND HAVE THEIR DESIGN CLOTHED ON MODELS AND SEE THEM WALK ON THE RUNWAY. THIS IS WHERE THEIR DREAM COME TRUE. FASHION SHOWS COULD ALSO BE CONDUCTED HERE.

1 THE AREA ARE ARRANGE IN SUCH A WAY THAT THE STUDENT ARE EXPOSE TO THE FOCAL POINT. E.G THEY ARE ABLE TO DINE AND ENJOY THE PERFORMANCE ON STAGE.

1: Fifth Storey Plan.


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Ex·te·ri·or /ikˈsti(ə)rēər/

Adjective Forming, situated on, or relating to the outside of something. Noun The outer surface or structure of something. Synonyms adjective. external - outer - outward - outside - extrinsic noun. outside - appearance - surface My Own Opinion of Exterior Exterior - the appearance of the building, the thing that will either strike an impression or a depression.

The challenge for this building design is due to the concept of overlapping transitional spaces. Because overlapping are creates an irregular flow look to the building but by strategically planned out the communal area and the overview/overlapping area with the design concept intent i created this. 1

1: Final Model for :Design Art School


45 If you have noticed the structure retain a shape of the alphabet ‘U’. In a way it appeal to younger student that this structure is ‘U’ as in “you”. It symbolise a promise to the student that the school is “ All About you.” literally.

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1 2 1: Sectional B-B view of the structure 2: West elevated view of the structure


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3 1: First storey plan to show the where is elevation 1. 2: Structure Elevation 1 3: A Model of the structure showing the green wall.


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EXTERIOR 1 2 1: Overall view of the building. 2: Structure Front Elevation


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Overlapping area

This overlapping fact not only promotes visual contact in the school but also improve the aesthetic aspect of the building.

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The window of the building is made of tinted glasses for ergonomically reason, to protect the student from direct uv and sunlight glazing and yet able to look out of the building with ease. I do not want to restrict the view of the students.


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The school building is not just made out of cement. To improve the aesthetic view of the building there is a green wall. The green wall is a natural enchantment to the building. The green wall and garden (sky garden) uses rain water irrigation.

EXTERIOR Final model side view showing the green wall

1 The school building is not just made out of cement. To improve the aesthetic view of the building there is a green wall. The green wall is a natural enchantment to the building. The green wall and garden (sky garden) uses rain water irrigation.

2 1:Part Sectional plan 2:Final model (show casing the green wall)


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Inspirational Picture

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Rainwater collection & irrigation.


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In·te·ri·or /in’ti(ə)rēər/

Adjective Situated within or inside; relating to the inside; inner: "interior lighting". Noun The inner or indoor part of something, esp. a building; the inside. Synonyms adjective. inner - internal - inward - inland - inside - domestic noun. inside My Own Opinion of Interior Interior - the content inside a building, as similiar as the content of a book.

The interior is where the user (student) would spend most the time in


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THE END /T͟Hē end/

Noun A final part of something, esp. a period of time, an activity, or a story. Verb Come or bring to a final point; finish. Synonyms noun. termination - finish - conclusion - ending - purpose verb. finish - terminate - conclude - close - complete - stop


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Artist Retreat

Section 3.1 PROJECT DESCRIPTION 3.2 PROPOSED PROJECT SITE 3.3 DESIGN STRATEGIES 3.4 WALKTHROUGH EXPERIENCE 3.5 ELEVATION/SECTIONS


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Project Description My client is an artist who loves working under in quiet/serene envionment & spacious workspace. His aspect of life is that he adores changes and dislike anything that is boring. He likes being stimulated by the unexpected. “To enter into the unknown and not knowing what to expect next is my greatest movitation to work�.

Site Location The site is located in Koh Samui. an island located in Thailand. The best part about this site is that it is lcoated just beside the sea. The artist will be able to experience creating work pieces while facing the sea view and also find inspirations from the nature views.


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Design Strategies Design strategy that I came up with is the play of revealing views by playing around with the idea of introducing sudden change of turns within the house. Opacity and transparency of the glass. At such, different experiences can be created for the artist when he is at different areas of the house. So my concept for this project is to allow the use to “unfolds experiences by means of capturing views as one moves from one space to another�. The site plays a critical role as it is facing the sea view.


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WALK THROUGH EXPERIENCE When the user first enters the house, first he will be greeted by the man made pond view followed by the living room area on the right side.Whereeas his left side will be the garden. The guest can enter into the guest room via the garden area.

Simulated picture of the guest room layout.

Guest can experience his own personal indoor and outdoor space


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WALK THROUG Simulated pictuers of the Dining area Proceeding on the user will reach the Dining area. The dining area is well circulated by the natural ventillation air coming from the sea. Users can experience unique dining experience along with the sea view. Moving on, the user will reach the Kitchen area where he will has a full clear picture views infront of him and whats below. He will also be able to experience the rock garden just beside it and also access to the Patio area.

Simulated pictuers of the patio


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GH EXPERIENCE

Simulated views of Kitchen area on mind. Glass doors to allow users to see the sea views outside.

Sketch of Kitchen area,


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SECOND STOREY PLAN LAYOUT

Up to the second storey, the client will has his workspace as well as his bedroom seperated. Another unique area is that he will has his own outdoor working space just so when he has the inspirtation to draw outdoor.


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WALK THROUGH EXPERIENCE

Sketch of Indoor Workspace Area.


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WALK THROUGH EXPERIENCE

Sketch of Outdoor Workspace Area.


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