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ARCHITECTURAL ACADEMIC PORTFOLIO


ABOUT     EILEEN  WONG     FEMALE   MALAYSIAN   19   12.02.1994     YEAR  2   DIPLOMA  IN  ARCHITECTURE   SINGAPORE  POLYTECHNIC     +65  9382  2867   eileenwong94@gmail.com  


Fibonacci  Cryptex       Rest:  Stop           Residence       MulV-­‐storey  ResidenVal  Building   Stool  Design          

 

 

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CONTENTS  


FIBONACCI   CRYPTEX  

Leaves fluttering down, Surrendering to the breezes, Sleeping with the twigs. 1  


Choose  a   21x21  area     and     make  a  3D   models.  

Keywords:   DEPTH   RHYTHM   2  


PROCESS  MODELS  

Lines  &  plans     models  

PROCESS  MODELS  

Lines,  plans  &  volumes   models  

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FINAL  MODEL   4  


MATERIAL   CONSIDERATIO N   Colourless  transparent   acrylic  plasVc  is  chosen  to   make  PLANES  because  it   allows  people  to  see   what  is  happening   beyond  it.  Thus,  it   portrays  the  keyword   DEPTH.     Foam  board  is  chosen  as   material  for  the   VOLUMES.  This  opaque   foam  board  opaque  looks   denser  than  the  planes.     Metal  rods  are  the  LINES   which  are  tough  and   strong  to  hold  the  planes   and  the  volumes   together.  

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ALIGNMENT  TO   KEYWORDS     The  volumes  FLOW  from   the  top  to  the  boaom   smoothly  in  one  direcVon   and  reflected  the   keyword  RHYTHM.  The   constant  shapes  of  the   planes  and  the  volumes   also  portray  RHYTHM.   Moreover,  all  the  sVcks,   planes  and  volumes  were   all  placed  diagonally  to   bring  out  the  keyword   DEPTH.    

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Besides,  the   TRANSPARENCY  OF  THE   PLANES  DECREASES   when  they  move  down   from  the  top  to  the   boaom.  To  give  DEPTH   to  this  model,  the  planes   on  the  top  which  are   transparent  allow   observaVons  to  be  made   when  you  look  it  from   the  top.  However,  the   planes  turns  translucent   and  then  opaque  when   they  move  to  the  boaom   part  so  they  can  be  easily   seen  even  they  are   blocked  by  the  other   elements  of  this  model.  

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REST  :  STOP   LABYRINTHUS  

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Keywords:   CURIOSITY   REALISATION   LOST   SATISFIED   HAPPY   10  


LOCATION  PLAN   Labyrinthus  located  at   Gardens  by  the  Bay.  It   is  facing  Marina  Bay   Sands  which  has  a   breathtaking  view.   It  is  near  to  the  water   which  gives  a  feeling   of  tranquility.   11  


SITE  ANALYSIS   To  bring  in  people,   the  acVvity  level   analysis  was  done.   The  nodal  point  of   human  traffic   makes  the  site  high   acVvity  level  zone.  

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PARTI  DIAGRAM  

The  human  traffic  flows   extend  and  cross  each   other  and  2  rectangles   overlapping  form.  

Process…  

Final  parV  diagram.  

MASSING  MODEL   13  


FINAL   DESIGN   SITE     PLAN   14  


SECOND  STOREY  PLAN  

FIRST  STOREY  PLAN  

ELEVATION  

SECTION  A-­‐A  

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FINAL   MODEL   16  


EXTERIOR    

INTERIOR    

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RESIDENCE   E  HOUSE  

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MASTERPLAN  

Interlocking  of   squares.   Balance  between   hard  and  sof   landscape.   Communal  parking.     Communal  space.   Footpath  connecVng   every  spaces.  

 

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Sun  Path  

SITE  ANALYSIS   The  longer  facades  facing   northeast  and  southwest.   This  encourages  natural   venVlaVon  and  avoid  direct   sunlight.   21  


Keywords:   DENSITY   MASS   VOLUME   DISPLACEMENT     INTERSECTION    

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DESIGN  PROCESS   •  • 

Displacement  occurs  when  the   volumes  intersect  each  other.   Volumes  with  different  mass  and   density  intersect  each  other.  

MASSING  MODEL   23  


SECOND  STOREY  PLAN  

FIRST  STOREY  PLAN   24  

SITE  PLAN  

FINAL   DESIGN  


SECTION  B-­‐B  

SECTION  A-­‐A  

SOUTHWEST  ELEVATION  

NORTHWEST  ELEVATION  

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RENDERED   IMAGES     28  


EXTERIOR     29  


INTERIOR     30  


PRESENTATION  BOARD   31  


MULTI-­‐STOREY   RESIDENTIAL   BUILDING   GLAM  YARD  

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SITE  ANALYSIS  

VEGETATION  

Due  to  civilisaVon,   deforestaVon  happens   to  allow  more   buildings  to  be   constructed  in  the  city.   Compared  to  the   surrounding  area,  the   site  has  a  high   vegetaVon  level.   Thus,  the  main   concept  in  this  project   is  to  keep  GREEN.  

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Afer  selecVng  the  trees  which   to  be  remained  at  the  site,  the   empty  space  is  filled  with  the   building  block.  The  form  of  the   block  appears  in  C  shape.      

The  building  block  embraces   the  trees  in  the  center  and  a   courtyard  is  formed.  

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DESIGN   INSPIRATION  

The  building  height   increases  from   right  to  lef  to  suit   the  heights  of   buildings  next  to  it.   This  make  the   building  merge  in   the  site  perfectly.     36  

Mountain   Dwelling,   Copenhagen,   Denmark.  


Height  of  the   building   increases.  

More  than  10   storeys  

4  –  5    storeys  

3  storeys  

2  storeys  

1  storey  

In  Kampung  Glam,  the  buildings   height  increases  as  they  move   further  from  the  Malay  Heritage   Centre.  So,  in  this  project,  the   building  height  increases  when  it   moves  further  apart  from  the   Malay  Heritage  Centre.  

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DIAGRAMS  

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Tress  that  are   remained  in   this  project.  

Shape  of  the   building.  

Courtyard  idea.  

Units.  

Courtyard   views.  

Height  of  the   building   increases.  

Service  core.  

CirculaVon.  


PLANS,  ELEVATIONS   AND  SECTIONS   DRAWINGS  

SECOND  STOREY  PLAN  

FIRST  STOREY  PLAN  

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FOURTH  STOREY  PLAN  

THIRD  STOREY  PLAN  

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FIFTH  STOREY  PLAN  

ROOF  PLAN  

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED


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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED


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PRESENTATION  BOARD   45  


STOOL  

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Keywords:   WARM   COMFORTABLE   DURABLE   AESTHETIC     48  

Inspired  by     Eames  Lounge  Chair     and  O7oman  


PROCESS   SKETCHES   Combining  the   concept  of  the    Eames   Lounge  Chair  with  the   idea  of  a  stool,  a  lot  of   process  sketches  were   done  to  get  an  ideal   design.   49  


FINAL  DESIGN   THE   TRANSFORMABLE  E³     50  


PROCESS  SKETCHES   A  stool  which  has  5  different   funcVons  by  placing  the  two   parts  in  different   configuraVons.  It  can  be  a  big   stool,  mini  stools  or  even  a   bench.   51  


Black  leather    cushion  

MATERIALS  

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The  base  is  made  of   moulded  plywood  -­‐   bent  perpendicularly.   On  top  of  it,  there  are   black  leather   cushions.   Below  the  stool,   there  are  circular   aluminium    bars  used   to  make  the  chair   support  stronger.    

Moulded  plywood  


PLAN   DRAWING  

ELEVATION   DRAWING    

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