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FARIS ZULFAA |BIO AND BACKGROUND | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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B.ENV(ARCH) UNIMELB PLAYSCAPE THE SWARM PORO(S)CITY

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1ST YEAR(STUDIO 2 &1) RETREAT HOUSE BRANCHING FRAMENTED MAGIC SHELTER CITY SKETCHES INVISIBLE CITIES,ITALIO CALVINO TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | PLAYSCAPE,STUDIO FIRE | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO EVOLUTION OF THEATRE TYPLOGHIES

INITIAL IDEAS

Theater has been a civic gathering spaces since thousands of years. Starting from the ancient Greek whereby open amphitheatre are being use for public entertainment for all people. It then began to evolve through time as its become a form of art expression and literature.

OLD THEATRE TYPOLOGY DIAGRAM

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PROPOSED TYPOLOGY DIAGRAM

Over the recent years theater has been consider as an iconic monumental building to a place for example the Sydney opera house, However due to the lavishness of theater design, an enigma of theater being for only specific people and certain hierarchical community, exclusive and unfriendly to public. This objective project to try to develop a new scheme for theater design,which is universal and but still maintain the grandeur of a theatre ambiance.


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B.ENV.UNIMELB | PLAYSCAPE,STUDIO FIRE | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

The issue here is how we going to revert back theater design to its original purpose of serving the public without losing its identity of a theater itself? The notions of design is to incorporate both PLAY and SCAPE together to have a more interactive public/theater space by using the inspiration of the old amphitheatre in design, combining it with the surrounding landscape.

INITIAL IDEAS

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MASSING DIAGRAM


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CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES

By creating a public square and the play of undulating landscape .A form of amphitheatre is generated towards the corner and is being use as part of the external theatre, to allow closer relationship between the public and the performer. With that,the continued the terrain form towards the proscenium theater, allowing a visual continuity of the form and language leading people into the performative ambiance.

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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INTIAL PROGRAM PLANNING

One of the other features of the theater is the black box theater is design in such that it faces the ‘urban nodes’ intersection of Bourke and Spencer ,having an open able windows to allow the performance to use the city as the background. In conclusion the whole theater building itself can be function as big interactive amphitheatre as part of Melbourne cultural nodes.

MAIN PERSPECTIVE FROM SOUTHERN CROSS STATION

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | PLAYSCAPE,STUDIO FIRE | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

EAST ELEVATION

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INTIAL PROGRAM PLANNING

The building now act as a big public plaza inviting people to gather and enjoy the theatre experience, with the external café and restaurant as a people catalyst, the shortcut of terrain creating an undulating form of a big amphitheatre, becoming a main social condenser to the area.

EXPLODED AXONOMETRY

This semester is my one of my early semester to learn ‘programmatic design ‘which I’m not familiar with, and to really appreciate the work of typology master like Koolhas and Ingels, to design something meaningful and avoid superficiality and I still have a lot to learn.

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | THE SWARM,PARAMETRIC STUDIO | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

‘‘If we sees beyond the extravagant shapes and form in nature, and un-

derstand the principles and function behind them, exploring the possibilities of these character, these will lead to a new innovative techniques that somehow is more efficient and relatable toward the context, we as a designer need to go towards this direction, as biomimicry brings problem solving through evolutions and adaptation towards the surrounding.’’ (Pawlyn 2012)

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UNFROZEN MUSIC?

BIOMIMICRY

The idea of imitating flocks of birds comes to mind when we research onto the Wyndham cities background and these process of these swarming birds it is interesting to be explored. Located in the flat desert like area, the Wyndham city gateway will be the first thing that the visitor and travelers sees when they enter through the highway. We wanted to create something that is dynamic, eye catching and somehow visually triggering on the car user. people pass through it.

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3D PRINTED MODEL

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | THE SWARM,PARAMETRIC STUDIO | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

Nature as a guidance and wisdom that redefines our principle in design, biomimicry act as a catalyst towards livable space by learning the fundamental value of design in the nature. Acts as a living organism, a building no longer static and motionless but act as a responsive environments that transcendence interactive architecture into the next level. Biomimicry is a method of adapting and mimicking the ability and specialties of certain species into a design advantages, that we as an architect can learn by adapting this quality onto our design building. With biomimicry,a certain characteristic can be adapt and learn that really performs onto special impact for the user and its performance.

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SERIES OF ITERATIONS

By using grasshopper plugin (swarm intelligence) it allows us to recreate the movement of a swarm of flocking birds. We wanted to achieve an overall sculptural form that freezes the motion of flocking birds. This is achieved by recording motion points through constraints of parameters that is responsive to the site for example the size, potential heights of the sculpture, viewing perspectives and location of the road. The optimal iteration we concluded is this one.


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STRUCTURE ROOF PLAN


EXPLODED AXONOMETRY

We use the metaphor of birds flying towards Wyndham to symbolize Wyndham as a sanctuary for both nature and man. A place to be. On a highway the main driver for the design is the 100km/h speed which the users will be travelling at. The undulating sinuous forms of the structure will weave up and down, side to side to draw the eyes of users to take them on a ride they will never forget, a ride both familiar to past experiences and memorable post their experience. It is kinetic, yet static. Alive but inanimate.

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | THE SWARM,PARAMETRIC STUDIO | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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The chaos of swarming is therefore a perfect platform to explore the potentials of spatial experience and how it can be used to draw users to Wyndham by creating a long lasting impression of Wyndham. The visual dynamic of a swarm is familiar, powerful and memorable - exactly what the Wyndham Project brief calls for. Through the familiarity of a swarm of birds, something we have all witnessed, even experienced in our lives, the design prompts reminiscence; it creates a personal bond between user and structure to generate enough interest to be self-sustaining in both a social and architectural discourse that will have people talking about Wyndham for the years to come.

NORTH EAST ELEVATION

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | THE SWARM,PARAMETRIC STUDIO | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO How we want to incorporate all the factors of swarm into the site so it is site responsive? This brings us back to what we want to achieve. The main elements of our design therefore are a sense of direction, footings that respond to the contours of the site, a scale that is visible from far and invoke a sense of self-awareness and covering a wider area in order to provide this experience to users travelling on different roads.

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Phase1 We choose the best modulation of the swarming points that is the most responsive towards the site and the character that we wanted. We also pick the best iterations for directivity and dynamism to portrays in our structure. Phase 2 Points is converted into structure sound form and trusses. We also considered the structural capability and the load transfer for the arch before going further. Phase 3 The rigid trusses is changed into a much more dynamic and organic form to portray the moving like and soft in motion structure.


PERSPECTIVE ILLUSTRATION

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | THE SWARM,PARAMETRIC STUDIO | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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FINAL MODEL


INITIAL MODEL

Its sheer size, coupled with its darkness during the day and brightness during the night, is what makes the design powerful; overpowering surroundings views of the structure whether near or far gets the attention of bypassers, inviting them to experience a slice of Wyndham. The experience of driving through such a monumental gateway enthralls the user and raises self-awareness; it creates a positive and exciting association between the person and the space, and by extension Wyndham for impression.

Because of this, we believe that this bold image, statement, manifesto if you will, is able to symbolically represent the people and culture of Wyndham. It is abstract to highlight the complex intellect and artistic talent of the people and leave the structure open to interpretation. It is monumental to raise awareness to this fact and effectively promote the municipality’s culture and events, thereby economy, society and presence within a social realm, putting Wyndham on the map While the form, forever changing, moving, living, ultimately leaves a lasting impression that will no doubt be talked about for the years to come. Our design is therefore an iconic structure, a memorable experience of Wyndham.

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | PORO(S)CITY ,PAM COMPETITION| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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LAFARGE STUDENT COMPETITION 2013

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+PORO(s)city An Urban Generator

The collective residential project is always a testing ground, in recent years, European cities have been investigating new relationships between the concepts of private and collective space as a means to develop new approaches to the idea of a city.

POGRAM DIAGRAM

The city is no longer seen as a conglomeration of buildings and private spaces, instead it is a network of social changes where private and public spaces are mixed. These new residential ‘hybrid’ complexes, introduce the socialization areas to the common grounds; with public areas are complementary to private dwellings; a transitional spaces that developed, which create links with the existing urban fabric.

The project faces the city as an infrastructure of community-based connections which break down independent and isolated blocks into functional social spaces. A sustainable and social city will mature through various degrees of connectivity which the new collective residential complex outlines between public, private, collective and individual elements.

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | PORO(S)CITY ,PAM COMPETITION| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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What is Poro(s)city? The current typology of affordable housing is always limited by its context and not fulfilling its maximum potential, with its lacking of social diversity and program. Affordable housing had always become the lower grade development, neglected and being pushed away from the city, secluded only with its own kind. What if affordable housing itself becomes a scheme that is integrated with multiple lifestyle, boosting its regional economic industries, catalyzing urban void hence become an generator to its surrounding-Poro(s)city.

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As the main feature of Poro(s)city, integration the ‘Pasar Malam’ itself will attract living, leisure and innovation+ entrepreneurship, creating an environment that will bring people and families to live and work in this new centre, demonstrating that moving to a well designed and sustainable city block is and affirmative action leading to a healthier and more productive lifestyle. It will then attract start ups and new companies by creating stimulating environment for entrepreneurship, where prototyping of built environment policies, technologies and services can be showcased. The project will allow a small-scale of urban farming integrated with the affordable housing scheme, allowing fresh goods to be sell directly in aid of the low income dwellers establishing their own light industry business, hence become a sustainable hub for direct selling of goods as well as a productive economical generators.

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | PORO(S)CITY ,PAM COMPETITION| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

A close relationship between social diversity, economic generation and land use is highly needed, the project was inspired by the mesh of pasar malam as a social condenser, economic generator and its mixture of program - offering to use of empty parking spaces as a highly lively overnight event each week. Poro(s)city will become an urban catalyst right in the heart of a suburban area rather than shy away in a new periphery where it will need a new infrastructure. Shying away means more costs for roads, public parks, schools and many more that will cause more underutilization. It also means, shrinking of green areas for our hunger of housing estates. ehousing.Accessibility, multifunctionality and identity.

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The project will be realized through the interweaving of these concepts, constituting a hybrid platform, which will articulate new buildings for various uses such as residential, commercial, cultural, public space infrastructure and pop-up market (Pasar malam). This will result in an efficient way of filling up an urban void and at the same time creating a new typology for affordable housing. It will create a network between public space, infrastructure and affordable housing. their experience.


Poro(s)city will become a platform for symbiotic urbanism with the idea to achieve a city-scape of typological diversity and cooperative coexistence, combining normally segregateazd urban conditions into strategic partners.


B.ENV.UNIMELB | EXTENSION STUDIO | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

Extension studio is part of the extra exercise that the final studio year equipped us, we are given the task to design a couple of short project relating to the detail of the theatre design that we did. The exercise helps us to allow multiple exposures to solve design related issues, in aid of the main studio design that we did. The exercise include interior design exercise, form and space making, set design referring to the work of Sir Conan Doyle.

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | VIRTUAL/REALITY,EXTENSION STUDIO | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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+VIRTUALreality Augumented Reality Play of Spatial Interior

This short project studies the capabilities of reinterpreting experiential value of a typical cinema,by highlighting its attribute of channelling real life experience to virtual experience-cinema watching,when the user are using it. We were ask to design an interior, curtain of the cinema, inspired by the work of Sir Conan Doyle,the Sherlock Holmes. Few strips of faceted panel will envelops the audience,moving through from the screen, enwrapping the user with this light fabric, giving a visual dynamic to the spaces the theatre then ,collaboratively incorporate projection mapping as part of the imaginary play to allow maximum 3d/2d experience as projecting series of imaginary pictures mainly for Sherlock Holmes series. The experience of theatrical cinema allowing a bold transition of the reality to the virtual, inviting and welcoming the user to the upcoming movies.

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INITIAL IDEA

The dynamic experiential ambience of the 2d/3d play of the interior is then translated into the curtain design, an origami inspired, solid 3d extruding panel of fibre plastic giving a more dominance in its 3d form, a bolder texture and depth. The curtain is design in an customize origami folds which allow it to be folded like a paper. The series of solid play, with the combination of the projection mapping allowing the dynamic experience of virtual/reality as part of cinema being a medium of transition from reality to the virtual.

CURTAIN LAYOUT (MAPPING & ORIGAMI)

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | DECONSTRUCTING TRAPHOUSE | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

+DECONSTRUCTINGtraphouse Vertical abstraction of depth and mystery Deconstructing trap house is a part of set design for the scene Sherlock Holmes play, which portrays Sherlock being set up into a trap at an old shady gas chamber. The set portrays a series of multiple randomize column, portraying confusion, and giving a sense of dominating mystery to the ambience. The set is design to resembles vertical traps and cage, allowing the feeling of claustrophobic to seeds in, while giving the actor, a way to play with the surrounding, in addition of a significant depth to the stage. Both vertical and horizontal elements create a great opportunity for the chasing scene as actors could run through the column and platform to give a more 3 dimensional theatrical experience.

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | LATTICED TERRAIN| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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Continuing the notions of plaza inside the building, the design procenium theater to part of the extension of the outside moving down towards the performance area.

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PERSPECTIVE FROM THE STAGE

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Inspired from the themed of speckle band, on wilderness and wild animal, mainly around the plot of the story, highlights the wilderness and the raw uncharted weirdness for the exotic animals, hence represented in a way the theatre undulates, forming a terrace of landscape, a forest like and cave ;ole form encouraging exploration towards wilderness, with suprises behind each layer of contours as part of the theatre experience.

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B.ENV.UNIMELB | PLAYFORM| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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Self-exploration of terrain-form theatrical pavillion. In this exercise, a series of undulating terrain form is developed during the process of making the external landscape of the theatre, the undulating form linking both the of the back lane and the front main street together, as a platforms of public usage and civic landform space.

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MAIN PERSPECTIVE OF THE STRUCTURE


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PERSPECTIVE ON TOP OF THE STRUCTURE


DIP.ARCH UTM | THE FOLDING MOTION,STUDIO 6 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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STUDIO[6] DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE UTM


FINAL MODEL

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The project brief calls upon a 4 storey max student centre designed for the student of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Kuala Lumpur,located infront of the campus,at the intersection of jalan semarak road and jalan padang tembak. The new student center should portray the image of the university and also to be the center of attraction at Jalan Semarak that has the potential to become a social hub not only among the students but also for the public.

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PERSPECTIVE ON TOP OF THE BRIDGE

The notions of the design is incorporating collaborative interaction space, inside the main centre, allowing to promotes a better social interaction in educational spaces, allowing a better peer-to peer learning and group work. Inspired by the movement of its surrounding, one of the main forces of movement from the site is draw from the main axial of Jalan Semarak and the other one from the opposite direction. With these two main movement force, the circular centralize plan is form, allowing the movement of these axis to be folded, slowly twisting into the main centre/atrium where the upmost interaction occurs. MAIN PERSPECTIVE FROM JALAN SEMARAK

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DIP.ARCH UTM | THE FOLDING MOTION,STUDIO 6 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

The building is design in such that part of its is a ramp and most usable floor a stepped to give a non-stop movement up, as a abstraction to the movement of the two main axis infinitely folding together moving up. The main programme of this building revolves around the main centre of the atrium, circling it with a new food court replacing selera semarak, an amphitheatre which will be come the heart of the building

PERSPECTIVE OF THE MAIN COURT


PERSPECTIVE OF THE LIBRARY


DIP.ARCH UTM | THE FOLDING MOTION,STUDIO 6 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

THE SITE

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN


The gradually increasing floor height, with a stepped design signifies the movement of people,in promoting a better interactive spaces, in and outside of the building circling through the rising ramp, as a notion of force and movement, The spaces above are mainly open plan to allow a continuous envelope of plan, which gives a much more collaborative interaction spaces for the student to use, facilitate in group work, libraries or such.

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DIP.ARCH UTM | THE FOLDING MOTION,STUDIO 6 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

FINAL MODEL

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MAIN ENTRANCE PERSPECTIVE

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DIP.ARCH UTM | MOTION ACTION,STUDIO 6 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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THE SITE

The projects called for a built environment new faculty, equipped with design studios and lecturers offices, replacing the old built environment studio at the UTM campus. With limited budget and time, we are ask to design a new studio, replacing the existing faculty, in response to provide a better facilities for the built environment student especially the architecture student. The idea of Motion action comes from the study of the relationship between our work and the people around the studio/campus, allowing us to redefine the relationship of architectural student to the outsider, bringing those distance gap together, as part of a new exhibitionist programmatic design of the studio.

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DIP.ARCH UTM | MOTION ACTION,STUDIO 6 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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BIRD EYES VIEW


Over the years, architecture students faced a lot of negative perception from the society. These negative perceptions are as a result of the lack of exposure to the real life of architecture. This comes for an idea of an exhibitionist studio which allow a very friendllier approach from the public towards the student. The existing Built Environment studios consist of 2 blocks; all were renovated from the previous girls’ hostel. The location of the studios is away from the heart of the campus, and most of the students studying in UTM International campus weren’t aware of the existence of the Built Environment studios and also of the past events that were held here. The old buildings are introverted and secluded. The “Motion.Action” concept is to allow the students to socialize and be more exposed to the the surrounding. Let the society be in motion, and see the designers in action. Our design aims to make people feel invited and welcomed to visit and see the students at work. MAIN ENTRANCE PERSPECTIVE

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

CORRIDORS PERSPECTIVE


The outer facade is bare concrete panels (hard) and the inner facade is mainly glass panels (soft) which follow the transparency concept. The new studio is separated into 2 blocks, 1 is the main block which houses all the studios for architecture, planning, quantity surveying and industrial design students. The entrance to the main block is emphasized by red coloured load bearing columns, which is a trademark colour of the Built Environment Faculty. Another smaller block is the new gallery which will showcase excellent works produced by the students. Compared to the old gallery, this gallery will be the main attraction and focal point of student activities along with the walkway. The roof is monopitch roof which directs visual attention to the court and also serve as collection area for rainwater harvesting system. It also respects the form of the adjacent Dewan Kuliah 6 & 7.

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CORRIDOR OF 1ST FLOOR PERSPECTIVE


DESIGN PROCESS

The form of the buildings follows the pedestrian pattern of the site and also to appreciate the natural element available on site. There are 4 old trees in the studio compound which bear a lot of memories and sentimental values to the alumni of UTM and the students of Built Environment. We want to introduce a walkway through the studio that responds to the Engineering Workshops and the back of the clinic (which has served as a shortcut for the students) with the trees acting as natural shade creating a new alternative waty for the student at the same time highlighting the work inside. STUDIO PERSPECTIVE

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DIP.ARCH UTM | MOTION ACTION,STUDIO 6 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

As a conclusion this project allows us to design our own studio according to our own needs. . We have contemplated the design carefully, adjusting to specifics needs of students and lecturers. A building that fits the requirements and needs of the students of Built Environment Department is very important as part of the university’s achievements and visions. So it is very crucial for us to have fully facilitated and functional spaces to do work efficiently.

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DIP.ARCH UTM | RECOMPOSING NATURE, STUDIO 5 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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+RECOMPOSINGnature Dynamic Emergence of Nature

This semester, green building or sustainable architecture is adopted as the central theme. The students are required to design a yacht club at the sea side area of Port Klang which is near to the Klang City. The project aims to promote an eco-conscious design amongst them, with emphasis on innovative architectural design, efficiency of resources and least impact on the environment

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DIP.ARCH UTM | RECOMPOSING NATURE, STUDIO 5 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO INITIAL SKETCHESE

The project called upon a multipurpose exclusive Yatch club for the members of the organization, its facilitates some cafes, offices and accommodation for the user to use, specifically the club members. With the notion of nature recompose, the idea behind it is to reestablish a stronger and rebuild a better ‘place-making’ to the area by through architectural languages, in a more poetic gesture coherent with its function as a yatch club. The main gesture of recomposing nature, allows the breakdown of architectural languages, axial study and manipulation of forces around the area, in allowing a better architectural structure, that coexist with its surrounding harmoniously.

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DESIGN PROCESS


MAIN GRAND PERSPECTIVE

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DIP.ARCH UTM | RECOMPOSING NATURE, STUDIO 5 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO INITIAL PERSPECTIVE

‘’Architecture differentiates nature, and also intergrates nature, through architecture,nature is reduced to its elements,and then drawn into unity.Thus,nature is architecturalized and man’s confrontation with nature is refined.’’ TADAO ANDO

MOCK-UP STUDY

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DIGITAL PERSPECTIVE


A series of shadow studies determine the interface of shadow in creating a more phenomenological experience to the user. the vertical element; column walls act as a shadow caster which is one of the main aspect of the nature that can give this emotion to the environment and highlighting the spirit of the place. Casting of the shadow creating a distinctive mystery and can be manipulated to enhance such pure experiential properties of the raw concrete.

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DIP.ARCH UTM | RECOMPOSING NATURE, STUDIO 5 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO SOUTH EAST ELEVATION

There are five main tribute of nature recomposing and they are the axial force, the centralized courtyards, the multiple usage of basic geometry intersection, highlighting of verticality and horizontality and the usage of raw concrete material to portrays purism in the design. With these combination of these basic composition, allowing a distinct character of the of a more poetical design attribute to be portrays in the building, creating a more sensuous manifestation of genus loci of the area.

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ENTRANCE PERSPECTIVE OVERLOOKING TOWARDS THE ACCOMODATION BLOCK


Recomposing nature, allow a greater manifestation of architectural and spaces in such performative and more poetic for the user to use, the form extruding out like a ship hull, dynamically signifies the dominance of a sailing ship to the building, combining it with multiple studies and manifestation of such architectural languages in the design. Recomposing nature explores these boundaries, as a true building allows nature to seeps in, winds and shadow to be blend together as a composition as part of the value of a true architecture( Tadao Ando).

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DIP.ARCH UTM | IDEAS PROJECT | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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These are some idea and competition design that I participated during my time as a diploma and bachelor student. Being in a competition allow me as a designer to collaborate and to allow more critical thinking in design languages, healthily in a good competitive environment. Competition teaches me to push boundaries and create new ideas based on research design and discussion.

IDEASproject DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE UTM


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DIP.ARCH UTM | SYMBIOTIC PARASITE | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

+SYMBIOTICparasite Infectious Interactive Learning Spaces The project called upon designing a new design school for PAM the southern chapter, Symbiotic parasite explores the possibilities of informal and formal spaces of education in a form of analogies and spatial quality in design. Both formal and informal study spaces are very important in educational, too informal, will make the system too loose, while to strict and formal will allow rigidity and dullness in learning. So how do we solve these question, mainly on studying the irregular and regular formal and informality in architectural languages and design. The main idea comes from the analogy of parasite infecting formal spaces, the parasite being an informality virus, manifest itself in a rigid content or box,using and needing each other as a living symbiotic parasite of spatial architectural projection.

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DIP.ARCH UTM | SYMBIOTIC PARASITE | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

We use the metaphor of birds flying towards Wyndham to symbolize Wyndham as a sanctuary for both nature and man. A place to be. On a highway the main driver for the design is the 100km/h speed which the users will be travelling at.

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The undulating sinuous forms of the structure will weave up and down, side to side to draw the eyes of users to take them on a ride they will never forget, a ride both familiar

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


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DIP.ARCH UTM | SYMBIOTIC PARASITE | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO STUDY MODEL

A couple of series of experimentation of what kind of space suitable for a design school, exploration of form and design towards educational spaces, formality and informality. Most formal spaces are class room oriented while informal parasite spaces, consist of an interactive library, informal classes and learning cafes .

CLASSROOM PERSPECTIVE LIBRARY PERSPECTIVE

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The basic formation of design comes upon irregularity of organic parasitic spaces and a rigid formal spaces combine together, as the formal spaces become a main host to the parasitic informality, infecting but coexisting needing each other to sustain, to become a well balanced educational hub for the user.


MAIN ATRIUM PERSPECTIVE

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DIP.ARCH UTM | I-CONTAINER,IDEAS PROJECT | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

The mangkuk tingkat is an old tradition which embodies a multiple values in life such as sustainability and a healthy eating habit. However this recent times, these beneficial tradition has been removed and forget from our culture and community, people are using polystyrene container and cups, instead of recycling induce the increases of rubbish production in our country.

3D VISUALISATION

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MyInovasi Competition.

So our idea why not revive the notion of mangkuk tingkat revolutionize it so that it is relatable to this era and easy to use. ICONtainer is the new manifestation of mangkuk tingkat idea, newly and improved mainly for the usage of the children in school.Did you know that the average school early graders are mostly obese due to eating unhealthily. ICON promotes a healthy and balance eating by using the concept of jenga into it, incorporating it with a balance food pyramid. It is not only fun ,ICON revive the old values of sharing and communal eating by its design module which can be removed and take out to share with fellow friends, adding a little spice and fun along the way. ICONtainer is the future of eating healthily and the revival of mangkuk tingkat which promotes eating healthy, sharing and fun, continuing the these beneficial values in our community.

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DIP.ARCH UTM | REFLECTING CAUTIOUS,IDEAS PROJECT | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

+REFLECTINGcatious Self-cautious promotion

Reflecting cautious is an entry to TERANG architectural workshop 2011,with the themed of architecture as a medium of message. The idea behind this project, is how to translate architecture into a medium of induce cautious and self realization, we decided that the best way to promotes self reflection is through reflection itself-mirrors. Imagine a city full of mirrors, people will become more observant as what they see and what others see the way that people perceive a certain situation will change how they act and how the mirror itself will reflect of what the acting upon.

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Studies shows that mirror do help with self realization, when people are doing something wrong, they see themselves in the mirror and will think about it twice. The projects explores the idea of how mirrored space and the extend usage of mirror do translate architecture as a medium of self awareness and cautious promotion.


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+SYMBIOTIChouse Dynamic Emergence of Nature Symbiotic House is an entry for the World Bamboo and rattan competition in 2010,the brief called upon any type of bamboo and rattan structure to be build, the design is based on one of my Inspired by project, and has been lifted up to suit the competition brief. Symbiotic house is an experimental hanging house which co depends with its surrounding, by hanging itself maintaining balance to the trees around the area, as to minimize foundation and footprint to the site, the house balance itself with the help of the trees coexisting merge together with the surrounding.

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We use the metaphor of birds flying towards Wyndham to symbolize Wyndham as a sanctuary for both nature and man. A place to be. On a highway the main driver for the design is the 100km/h speed which the users will be travelling at. The undulating sinuous forms of the structure will weave up and down, side to side to draw the eyes of users to take them on a ride they will never forget, a ride both familiar to past experiences and memorable post their experience. It is kinetic, yet static. Alive but inanimate.


DIP.ARCH UTM | MOVING MUSIC,STUDIO 4| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

+MOVINGmusic Architecture frozen music This semester we are ask to design a Youth Performing art centre located at the end of Bukit BIntang and Pudu road intercrossing,a multipurpose art hub for the youth around Kuala Lumpur to meet and interact. The brief calls upon a facilities of an outdoor amphitheatre and back of house, with several offices and dance class according to the designer preference and research. The notion of this projects comes with the inspiration the music of surrounding,which is dance music,based on the quotes ‘’Architecture is a Frozen Music’’ by John Wolfgag in architectural expression, form and function.

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STUDIO[4] DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE UTM

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DIP.ARCH UTM | MOVING MUSIC,STUDIO 4| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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+MOVINGmusic Architecture Frozen Music Inspired from the term, frozen music the youth centre is design in a derivation and manifestation of pop culture around bukit bintang, with a more expression towards is dominance, form and building programme. The building planning resembling a vortex capturing people n bringing in them into a centralized core which is the big closed amphitheatre with concert pits for dancing and runway for multiple purposes of art activity.

MAIN PERSPECTIVE

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DIP.ARCH UTM | MOVING MUSIC,STUDIO 4| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

Several experimentation of space and form through paper mock-ups to explore the possibilities of architectural expression inspired from the pop culture mainly dance music. A one storey cultural centre serve as a hub for the youth to hang out and mainly perform as the form express itself undulate, to form an external performance space for the busker and street performer. STUDY MODEL

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN


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DIP.ARCH UTM | MOVING MUSIC,STUDIO 4| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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ELEVATION FROM JALAN PUDU

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DIP.ARCH UTM | MOVING MUSIC,STUDIO 4| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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SECTION XX

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DIP.ARCH UTM | MOVING MUSIC,STUDIO 4| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

PERFORMANCE AREA PERSPECTIVE

MAIN AMPITHEATRE PERSPECTIVE


The new performing art centre will become a new cultural and interaction hub, and a good termination of Bukit Bintang axis, a new place to be, with an architectural manifestation of pop culture, becoming a social catalyst to the area and serve a purpose to Bukit Bintang as one of the attraction. The centre also will become a space for street artist to express themselves as a collective whole, as the building facilitate these people and become a centre for sharing knowledge and interacting.


DIP.ARCH UTM | HANGING EXPERIENCE,STUDIO 3| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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STUDIO[3] DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE UTM


+THEhangingexperience Experience Walking Gallery

This semester, we are ask to design an infill gallery serve as a rattan and bamboo product based exhibition area by Melaka riverside, sandwiched between two old shop houses in Jalan Laut Melaka. The idea behind hanging gallery are the collective of inspiration of the board walking by the riverside, combining it as a part of a gallery and exhibition experience.

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DIP.ARCH UTM | HANGING EXPERIENCE,STUDIO 3| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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MAIN PERSPECTIVE


STUDY MODEL

+THEhangingexperience Experience Walking Gallery

The gallery is design in such that it has a multiple intercrossing floating platform supporting by a big structure above the roof, elevating every floor in suspension. The gallery served as a exhibition hub for hanging sculptures, and intertwined walkway to allow a maximum use of volumatic spaces and level to level interaction. The gallery focus on the journey of people travelling and moving around inside a narrow shop houses, while maintaining an elevating experience while watching the art and exhibition.

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DIP.ARCH UTM | HANGING EXPERIENCE,STUDIO 3| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

A series of narrow corridor and spaces, with water features at the ground level, giving a more sensuous journey to the walking experience along the gallery. The zigzagged planning allow a distinct dynamic pathway, going through gallery by gallery inside the building, as part of a continuous journey. The whole pathway and floor to floor level are suspended, to the roof as a main supporting structure, like a puppetmaster holding and suspending the whole building off the ground, creating a more dynamic spatial manifestation.

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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DIP.ARCH UTM | HANGING EXPERIENCE,STUDIO 3| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

We use the metaphor of birds flying towards Wyndham to symbolize Wyndham as a sanctuary for both nature and man. A place to be. On a highway the main driver for the design is the 100km/h speed which the users will be travelling at. The undulating sinuous forms of the structure will weave up and down, side to side to draw the eyes of users to take them on a ride they will never forget, a ride both familiar to past experiences and memorable post their experience. It is kinetic, yet static. Alive but inanimate.

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FRONT ELEVATION

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SECTION XX

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EXPLODED AXONOMETRY

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DIP.ARCH UTM | HANGING EXPERIENCE,STUDIO 3| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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SECTION YY

REA


AR ELEVATION

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DIP.ARCH UTM | INSPIRED BY,STUDIO 3| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

+INSPIREDby

Inspired from the Dynamism of Bamboo and Rattan The project mainly teaches us to drive inspiration from nature, to be exact bamboo and rattan as a source of inspiration, to create an analogy of architectural spaces,3 scheme of a house for four people in Ulu Yam.

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STUDIO[3] DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE UTM

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DIP.ARCH UTM | INSPIRED BY,STUDIO 3| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

+INSPIREDby

Inspired from the Dynamism of Bamboo and Rattan

We were ask to design based on bamboo and rattan as a basic inspiration as part of the exercise. Inspired from the dynamism of bamboo and rattan,. I began to create and explore the possibilities of using and manipulating bamboo and rattan construction for a more dynamic architectural expression. The main idea behind my design, are floating house, with 3 different schemes inspired and to be construct with rattan and bamboo.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN 1ST FLOOR PLAN

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DIP.ARCH UTM | INSPIRED BY,STUDIO 3| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

2ND SCHEME ELEVATIONS

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3RD SCHEME ELEVATIONS

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DIP.ARCH UTM | SYMBIOTE RETREAT,STUDIO 2| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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STUDIO[2] DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE UTM

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DIP.ARCH UTM | SYMBIOTE RETREAT,STUDIO 2| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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AXONOMETRY


GROUND FLOOR PLAN

+BIOPHILIChouse Inducing the importance of biophilia The brief ask us to design a timber retreat house for specific architect in Cameron Highlands tea plantation. Inspired from the biophilic collaboration, the design of the house, represent a very strong relationship between the house occupant and nature.

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DIP.ARCH UTM | SYMBIOTE RETREAT,STUDIO 2| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

The folding ry spaces boundaries the space

doors open up evecreating an infinite for the house and inside to outside.

A collaboration living spaces for human and nature, using biophilia as an inspiration, which studies the complimentary relationship of man and environment, needing each other to survive.

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NORTH ELEVATION


WEST ELEVATION

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DIP.ARCH UTM | BRANCHING FRAGMENTED,STUDIO 2| F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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SOUTH WEST ELEVATION


+BRANCHINGfragmented

Timber Burger Kiosk

Inspired from the branching trees, the timber burger kiosk is a mini wooden structure located right beside our studio for the usage of the UTM student around the area. The form of fragments is inspired from the voidness and the shading experience of being under a tree, a gesture of mimicry ,to give capture the feeling of hanging out under the nature shade,calming and serenating.

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SECTION YY


DIP.ARCH UTM | MAGIC SHELTER ,STUDIO 1 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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1:1 PROTOTYPE.OPEN


+MAGICshelter card tricks foldable shelter We were ask to design a shelter that derived from our hobby and self exploration. I derived my shelter from my interest in card tricks and magic. The shelter is inspired from a deck of card fold together to form a big black box, and open up to show more foldable card inside, creating a sense of surprise and mystery. 1:1 PROTOTYPE.CLOSED

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DIP.ARCH UTM | DISTORTING CUBIC ,STUDIO 1 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

DISTORTINGcubic

Playstructure

This semester we explore further on scale and proportion and manipulate point, line and plane in our design, We start to study basic construction and applies it to our design structure. The intention of the design is to manipulate a regular box into a more dramatic space by modulating the box into multiple angular position. The spatial quality of the box differs creating create a more dynamic space experience for the children to play to induce creativity by exploring the distorting spatial quality.

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STUDIO[1] DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE UTM


DIP.ARCH UTM | INVISIBLE CITIES ,STUDIO 1 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

+CITYsketches

We were ask to study and basic design principle of scape during an urban several building in Kuala

read the the city train,on Lumpur.

The design principle is then being explored and identify, according to justification and our extensive research on the building.

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DIP.ARCH UTM | CITY SKETCHES ,STUDIO 1 | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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CITYofpinacles

A Graphic Translation

The first project that I did, is the Invisible Cities by Italio Calvino,in this exercise we are ask to visualize a cityscape according to the literature text of Calvino into actual 2d pieces. We are ask to express the writings into graphic presentation, teaches us to be able to translate our idea into paper. From the writings there are several architectural element that is highlighted, such as pinnacles and windows, so I portrays the whole cities as a gothic city, which consist of cathedrals and churches .

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DIP.ARCH UTM | TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES | F(x) ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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TECHNICALCOMPETENCIES B.ENVS(ARCHITECTURE),UNIMELB


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NOTE FL SHOWN ARE TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVELS. WALLS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH R1.5 THERMAL INSULATION EXCEPT TOILETS, STORAGE AND STAIRCASE. ALL PARAPETS TO BE CAPPED WITH STRAMIT ZINCALUME RIDGE CAPPING. LANDSCAPE TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT'S DRAWING. DETAILS TO MANUFACTURE'S AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DRAWING.

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SUBJECT NAME: CONSTRUCTION DESIGN TUTOR: DANIELA PLESSER

THERMOMASS INSULATED PRECASS CONCRETE PANEL 250MM FINISHED WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH(INTERNAL)

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10°

1

FLOOR FINISH LEVEL FINISHED CEILING LEVEL FIXED GLAZING BG BOX GUTTER BASIN BUILT-IN CABINET COLUMN DISABLED TOILET DOWNPIPE DOWNPIPE WITH GYPSUM BOARD CASEMENT DISH WASHER FEMALE TOILET MALE TOILET SINK SLIDING DOOR TOILET ROLL HOLDER TOILET PAN FIXED GLASS WINDOW NUMBER DOOR NUMBER MATERIAL ROOM NUMBER CONCRETE STAIRCASE WITH STEEL HANDRAIL/BALLUSTRADE

SITE BOUNDARY

4

3

SITE BOUNDARY

2

1

10°

DP

THERMOMASS INSULATED PRECASS CONCRETE PANEL 250MM FINISHED WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH(INTERNAL)

WT2

LSW110 INTERNAL STEEL PARTITION WALL 120MM WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH

WT3

FINISHED WITH TILES

NOTE FL SHOWN ARE TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVELS. WALLS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH R1.5 THERMAL INSULATION EXCEPT TOILETS, STORAGE AND STAIRCASE. ALL PARAPETS TO BE CAPPED WITH STRAMIT ZINCALUME RIDGE CAPPING. LANDSCAPE TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT'S DRAWING.

4000 DP

C

TILE FLOORING CARPET PAINT FINISH RUBBER FLOORING POLISH TILE CLADDING 12MM CFC PANEL PRECAST WALL OR FLOOR CERAMIC TILES 12MM PLASTERBOARD WITH ACOUSTICAL ELEMENT CORRUGATED ALUMINIUM CLADDING 150X35 MACROCARPA TIMBER CLADDING POLISH CONCRETE FINISHING CORRUGATED CLIP-ON METAL ROOFING TRANSPARENT FIBRE PLASTIC ROOFING

6700

DP

DP

A SITE BOUNDARY

STUDENT NAME AHMAD FARIS BIN AHMAD ZULFAA STUDENT NUMBER 602851

SUBJECT NAME: CONSTRUCTION DESIGN

DRAWING DESCRIPTION: ROOF PLAN

TUTOR: DANIELA PLESSER

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: PROPOSED BUILDING

SCALE:

1:50

DATE: 22/5/2013

4 A

DRAWING NO:

REVISION NO:


FFL FCL FG

BA CB COL D DP GDP 6

5

3

4

2100

2

4200

4200

DW F M S SD TH WC FG

1

3800

3800

W1 1

1750

D1 PF

ROOF LEVEL 2 ROOF 1 LVL

400

5700

FFL:112.350

2900

L1 3

2ND FFL

2500

FFL:79.350

WT3

W6 8

4410

W6 9

3200

W6 7

W4 1

CAC

TF CAR PF RB PTC CFC PC CT PB CAC

TIM

PF

TIM PF

7400

PC 3400

PTC

GDP

4100 W1 8

TILE FLOORING CARPET PAINT FINISH RUBBER FLOORING POLISH TILE CLADDING 12MM CFC PANEL PRECAST WALL OR FLOOR CERAMIC TILES 12MM PLASTERBOARD WITH ACOUSTICAL ELEMENT CORRUGATED ALUMINIUM CLADDING 150X35 MACROCARPA TIMBER CLADDING POLISH CONCRETE FINISHING

WT1

4000 1500

W1 8

WT2

D1

F.FLOOR LEVEL

W6 3

FFL:39.350

W6 4

W2 1

W6 5 PF

1 A5

W2 2

PF

W2 3

W2 4

GROUND LEVEL

WT2

DRAWING DESCRIPTION: SOUTH ELEVATION

STUDENT NUMBER 602851

TUTOR: DANIELA PLESSER

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: PROPOSED BUILDING

BA CB COL D DP GDP

C

LSW110 INTERNAL STEEL PARTITION WALL 120MM WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH FINISHED WITH TILES

DW F M S SD TH WC FG

A

B

1

9800

4500

2ND ROOF LEVEL

7900

FFL:112.350

ROOF 1 LVL

W1 1

6750

D1 PF L1 3

FINISHES

TPC

TF CAR PF RB PTC CFC PC CT PB

PF

3000

1850 250

2ND FFL

W1 1

750

W1 1

W1 1

W1 1

FFL:79.350

3500

CAC

1000 CAC

TIM PC 1300

THERMOMASS INSULATED PRECASS CONCRETE PANEL 250MM FINISHED WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH(INTERNAL)

WT2

LSW110 INTERNAL STEEL PARTITION WALL 120MM WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH

WT2

FINISHED WITH TILES

3900

4100

W10 1

W10 2

W10 3

F.FLOOR LEVEL

W10 4

2050

GROUND LEVEL

FFL:39.350

PF

FFL:38.350

PF

TILE FLOORING CARPET PAINT FINISH RUBBER FLOORING POLISH TILE CLADDING 12MM CFC PANEL PRECAST WALL OR FLOOR CERAMIC TILES 12MM PLASTERBOARD WITH ACOUSTICAL ELEMENT CORRUGATED ALUMINIUM CLADDING 150X35 MACROCARPA TIMBER CLADDING POLISH CONCRETE FINISHING

WT1

GDP

W6 1

FLOOR FINISH LEVEL FINISHED CEILING LEVEL FIXED GLAZING BG BOX GUTTER BASIN BUILT-IN CABINET COLUMN DISABLED TOILET DOWNPIPE DOWNPIPE WITH GYPSUM BOARD CASEMENT DISH WASHER FEMALE TOILET MALE TOILET SINK SLIDING DOOR TOILET ROLL HOLDER TOILET PAN FIXED GLASS WINDOW NUMBER DOOR NUMBER MATERIAL ROOM NUMBER

FFL:38.350

SOUTH ELEVATION SCALE:1:50

SUBJECT NAME: CONSTRUCTION DESIGN

FFL FCL FG

THERMOMASS INSULATED PRECASS CONCRETE PANEL 250MM FINISHED WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH(INTERNAL)

NOTE FL SHOWN ARE TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVELS. WALLS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH R1.5 THERMAL INSULATION EXCEPT TOILETS, STORAGE AND STAIRCASE. ALL PARAPETS TO BE CAPPED WITH STRAMIT ZINCALUME RIDGE CAPPING. LANDSCAPE TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT'S DRAWING. DETAILS TO MANUFACTURE'S AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DRAWING.

STUDENT NAME AHMAD FARIS BIN AHMAD ZULFAA

LEGEND

FFL:109.350

FINISHES

FFL:109.350

1850 3450

FLOOR FINISH LEVEL FINISHED CEILING LEVEL FIXED GLAZING BG BOX GUTTER BASIN BUILT-IN CABINET COLUMN DISABLED TOILET DOWNPIPE DOWNPIPE WITH GYPSUM BOARD CASEMENT DISH WASHER FEMALE TOILET MALE TOILET SINK SLIDING DOOR TOILET ROLL HOLDER TOILET PAN FIXED GLASS WINDOW NUMBER DOOR NUMBER MATERIAL ROOM NUMBER

WT3

LEGEND

SCALE:

1:50

DATE: 22/5/2013

5 A

DRAWING NO:

REVISION NO:

3 A7

NOTE FL SHOWN ARE TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVELS. WALLS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH R1.5 THERMAL INSULATION EXCEPT TOILETS, STORAGE AND STAIRCASE. ALL PARAPETS TO BE CAPPED WITH STRAMIT ZINCALUME RIDGE CAPPING. LANDSCAPE TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT'S DRAWING. DETAILS TO MANUFACTURE'S AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DRAWING.

WEST ELEVATION SCALE:1:50

STUDENT NAME AHMAD FARIS BIN AHMAD ZULFAA

SUBJECT NAME: CONSTRUCTION DESIGN

DRAWING DESCRIPTION: WEST ELEVATION

STUDENT NUMBER 602851

TUTOR: DANIELA PLESSER

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: PROPOSED BUILDING

SCALE:

1:50

DATE: 22/5/2013

7 A

DRAWING NO:

REVISION NO:

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LEGEND 1

2

3

4500

4

3200

2ND ROOF LEVEL

4200

FFL FCL FG

6

5

4200

BA CB COL D DP DW F M S SD TH WC FG

2100

3300

FFL:112.350

ROOF 1 LVL FFL:109.350

10°

10°

PB

PB

W1 1

8850

1800

W6 7

D1 PF L1 3

WT2

2ND FFL

ST

FFL:79.350

PF

WT2

D1

D1

RB

FINISHES 10°

DT AC

2500

PB

ST

PF

PB

PF

PB

PB

PF

PF

PB

WT2

4200 W2 1

W2 2

WT2

WT2

F.FLOOR LEVEL FFL:39.350

WT2 WT2

W1 1

D1

FFL:38.350

1 A9

TF CAR PF RB PTC CFC PC CT PB CAC TIM

PF W1 1

PC

W1 1

W1 1

W1 1

PC AC WT1

TILE FLOORING CARPET PAINT FINISH RUBBER FLOORING POLISH TILE CLADDING 12MM CFC PANEL PRECAST WALL OR FLOOR CERAMIC TILES 12MM PLASTERBOARD WITH ACOUSTICAL ELEMENT CORRUGATED ALUMINIUM CLADDING 150X35 MACROCARPA TIMBER CLADDING POLISH CONCRETE FINISHING ALUMINIUM CLADDING INTERIOR THERMOMASS INSULATED PRECASS CONCRETE PANEL 250MM FINISHED WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH(INTERNAL)

SECTION AA' SCALE:1:50

SUBJECT NAME: CONSTRUCTION DESIGN

DRAWING DESCRIPTION: SECTION AA'

STUDENT NUMBER 602851

TUTOR: DANIELA PLESSER

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: PROPOSED BUILDING

1:50

DATE: 22/5/2013

FFL FCL FG

A

C

B

4500

9800

2ND ROOF LEVEL ROOF 1 LVL

2300

8000

FFL:112.350

FFL:109.350

4000

10° 10°

W1 1 D1 PF L1 3

2ND FFL

2000

W1 1

FFL:79.350

W1 1

ST

PF

FINISHES

TCI

10°

W1 1

3000

TF CAR PF RB PTC CFC PC CT PB

7000

PF

4088 1400

W10 1

F.FLOOR LEVEL FFL:39.350

3300

ST W1 1 W10 2

W10 3

CAC

W10 4

1720

1020

GRD. LEVEL FFL:38.350

TIM PC TIC WT1

WT2

WT2

FINISHED WITH TILES

WT2

REVISION NO:

9 A

FLOOR FINISH LEVEL FINISHED CEILING LEVEL FIXED GLAZING BG BOX GUTTER BASIN BUILT-IN CABINET COLUMN DISABLED TOILET DOWNPIPE DISH WASHER FEMALE TOILET MALE TOILET SINK SLIDING DOOR TOILET ROLL HOLDER TOILET PAN FIXED GLASS WINDOW NUMBER DOOR NUMBER MATERIAL ROOM NUMBER CONCRETE STAIRCASE WITH STEEL HANDRAIL/BALLUSTRADE

BA CB COL D DP DW F M S SD TH WC FG

LSW110 INTERNAL STEEL PARTITION WALL 120MM WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH

DRAWING NO: SCALE:

LEGEND

WT2

NOTE FL SHOWN ARE TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVELS. WALLS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH R1.5 THERMAL INSULATION EXCEPT TOILETS, STORAGE AND STAIRCASE. ALL PARAPETS TO BE CAPPED WITH STRAMIT ZINCALUME RIDGE CAPPING. LANDSCAPE TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT'S DRAWING. DETAILS TO MANUFACTURE'S AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DRAWING.

STUDENT NAME AHMAD FARIS BIN AHMAD ZULFAA

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2146

D1

ST

GRD. LEVEL

FLOOR FINISH LEVEL FINISHED CEILING LEVEL FIXED GLAZING BG BOX GUTTER BASIN BUILT-IN CABINET COLUMN DISABLED TOILET DOWNPIPE DISH WASHER FEMALE TOILET MALE TOILET SINK SLIDING DOOR TOILET ROLL HOLDER TOILET PAN FIXED GLASS WINDOW NUMBER DOOR NUMBER MATERIAL ROOM NUMBER CONCRETE STAIRCASE WITH STEEL HANDRAIL/BALLUSTRADE

TILE FLOORING CARPET PAINT FINISH RUBBER FLOORING POLISH TILE CLADDING 12MM CFC PANEL PRECAST WALL OR FLOOR CERAMIC TILES 12MM PLASTERBOARD WITH ACOUSTICAL ELEMENT CORRUGATED ALUMINIUM CLADDING 150X35 MACROCARPA TIMBER CLADDING POLISH CONCRETE FINISHING TIMBER CLADDING INTERIOR THERMOMASS INSULATED PRECASS CONCRETE PANEL 250MM FINISHED WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH(INTERNAL) LSW110 INTERNAL STEEL PARTITION WALL 120MM WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH FINISHED WITH TILES

NOTE FL SHOWN ARE TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVELS. WALLS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH R1.5 THERMAL INSULATION EXCEPT TOILETS, STORAGE AND STAIRCASE. ALL PARAPETS TO BE CAPPED WITH STRAMIT ZINCALUME RIDGE CAPPING. LANDSCAPE TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT'S DRAWING. DETAILS TO MANUFACTURE'S AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DRAWING.

SECTION BB' 1:50

2 A10 SCALE:

STUDENT NAME AHMAD FARIS BIN AHMAD ZULFAA

SUBJECT NAME: CONSTRUCTION DESIGN

DRAWING DESCRIPTION: SECTION BB'

STUDENT NUMBER 602851

TUTOR: DANIELA PLESSER

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: PROPOSED BUILDING

SCALE:

1:50

DATE: 22/5/2013

DRAWING NO:

10

A

REVISION NO:


5 1. SILICON SEALANT 2. ALUM. FRAME SINGLE

SWING DOOR TO MANUF'S DETAIL

3. FIXING TO MANUF'S DETAIL 4. THERMOMASS PRECAST CONCRETE WALL

6

W1 1

12

D1

PAINT FINNISH

PF

5. REINFORCEMENT BAR TO ENGINEER DET.

L1

6. 50mm THK INSULATION PROVIDED WITH THERMOMASS 7. GRFP WHYTE TIE AS PROVIDED WITH THE SYSTEM

3

STRUCTURALLY NON COMPOSITE

8. WELDED WIRE FABRIC 9. 150 MM THCK CONCRETE SLAB 10. DAMP-PROOF MEMBRANE 11. SANDBED LAYER 50 MM 12. RUBBER FLOORING 30 mm

7

13

9 10 11

8 11

FINISHES TF CAR PF RB PTC CFC PC CT PB

2

CAC

10

WT1

TO MANUF'S DETAIL 2. SILICON SEALANT 3. 5mm THK GLAZED GLASS

TIM

4. FIXING TO MANUF'S DETAIL

7

5. THERMOMASS PRECAST CONCRETE WALL

PC TIC

1

PAINT FINNISH 6. REINFORCEMENT BAR TO ENGINEER DET.

12

7. 50mm THK INSULATION PROVIDED WITH THERMOMASS

10. ALUM. FRAME SINGLE SWING DOOR TO MANUF'S DETAIL

1. 2. 3. 4.

11. FIXING TO MANUF'S DETAIL 12. ALUMINIUM DOOR FRAME TO MANUF'S DETAIL 13. BAKER ROD AND CHAULK

WT2

4

PLASTER BOARD PANEL STEEL STUD WALL WITH GYPSUM BOARD SILICON SEALANT

WT2

ALUM. FRAME DOUBLE GLAZZED FIXED GLASS PANEL WINDOW TO MANUF'S DETAIL

5. FIXING TO MANUF'S 6. 5mm THK GLAZED GLASS 7. 50mm THK INSULATION LAYER 8. BAKER ROD AND CHAULK 9. 150 MM THCK CONCRETE SLAB 10. DAMP-PROOF MEMBRANE 11. SANDBED LAYER 50 MM 12. RUBBER FLOORING 30 mm

6

2 A9

VERTICAL SECTION DETAIL 2 SCALE:1:5

5

FINISHED WITH TILES NOTE FL SHOWN ARE TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVELS. WALLS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH R1.5 THERMAL INSULATION EXCEPT TOILETS, STORAGE AND STAIRCASE. ALL PARAPETS TO BE CAPPED WITH STRAMIT ZINCALUME RIDGE CAPPING. LANDSCAPE TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT'S DRAWING. DETAILS TO MANUFACTURE'S AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DRAWING.

11

8

9

10

SUBJECT NAME: CONSTRUCTION DESIGN

DRAWING DESCRIPTION: GROUND FLOOR PLAN

TUTOR: DANIELA PLESSER

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: HORIZONTAL & VERTICAL DETAIL

THERMOMASS INSULATED PRECASS CONCRETE PANEL 250MM FINISHED WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH(INTERNAL) LSW110 INTERNAL STEEL PARTITION WALL 120MM WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH

12.

STUDENT NAME AHMAD FARIS BIN AHMAD ZULFAA STUDENT NUMBER 602851

A 11

REVISION NO:

DATE: 22/5/2013

DRAWING NO:

FINISHED WITH TILES

NOTE FL SHOWN ARE TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVELS. WALLS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH R1.5 THERMAL INSULATION EXCEPT TOILETS, STORAGE AND STAIRCASE. ALL PARAPETS TO BE CAPPED WITH STRAMIT ZINCALUME RIDGE CAPPING. LANDSCAPE TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT'S DRAWING. DETAILS TO MANUFACTURE'S AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DRAWING.

WT2

LSW110 INTERNAL STEEL PARTITION WALL 120MM WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH WT2

TIM

PC AC WT1

CAC

TILE FLOORING CARPET PAINT FINISH RUBBER FLOORING POLISH TILE CLADDING 12MM CFC PANEL PRECAST WALL OR FLOOR CERAMIC TILES 12MM PLASTERBOARD WITH ACOUSTICAL ELEMENT CORRUGATED ALUMINIUM CLADDING 150X35 MACROCARPA TIMBER CLADDING POLISH CONCRETE FINISHING ALUMINIUM CLADDING INTERIOR THERMOMASS INSULATED PRECASS CONCRETE PANEL 250MM FINISHED WITH PLASTER BOARD FINNISH(INTERNAL) TF CAR PF RB PTC CFC PC CT PB

3

FINISHES

PF

FLOOR FINISH LEVEL FINISHED CEILING LEVEL FIXED GLAZING BG BOX GUTTER BASIN BUILT-IN CABINET COLUMN DISABLED TOILET DOWNPIPE DISH WASHER FEMALE TOILET MALE TOILET SINK SLIDING DOOR TOILET ROLL HOLDER TOILET PAN FIXED GLASS WINDOW NUMBER DOOR NUMBER MATERIAL ROOM NUMBER CONCRETE STAIRCASE WITH STEEL HANDRAIL/BALLUSTRADE

1:20

GRFP WHYTE TIE AS PROVIDED WITH THE SYSTEM (STRUCTURALLY NON COMPOSITE)

PLASTERBOARD SUSPENDED CEILING SYSTEM FOR ACOUSTICAL PURPOSES TO MANUFACTURER'S DETAIL

WELDED WIRE FABRIC STRUCTURAL MEMBERS HOLDING STEEL TENSILE CABLE FIXED TO THE STRUCTURAL LOAD BEARING WALL FOR SUPPORT.

LYSAGHT BONDEK FLOOR SYSTEM 30 mm THCK RUBBER FLOORING

50 mm THK STEEL CABLE SUPPORTING THE CANOPIES FIXED TO THE LOAD BEARING WALL TO EXPERT DETAIL

10 mmTHK TRANSPARENT FIBRE PLASTIC FOR CANOPY ROOFING TO EXPERT DETAIL

5

3

STRUCTURALLY NON COMPOSITE 9. WELDED WIRE FABRIC

HORIZONTAL SECTION DETAIL 2 SCALE:1:5

50mm THK INSULATION PROVIDED WITH THERMOMASS

2

8. GRFP WHYTE TIE AS PROVIDED WITH THE SYSTEM

2 A9

100 mm THK LYSAGHT C CHANEL PURLIN

1:5

DATE: 22/5/2013

DRAWING NO:

12

A

STRUCTURAL I BEAM FOR CANTILEVERED FIXED TO THE LOAD BEARING STRUCTURAL WALL 200 mm THK

PLASTERBOARD SUSPENDED CEILING SYSTEM FOR ACOUSTICAL PURPOSES TO MANUFACTURER'S DETAIL

ALUM. FRAME DOUBLE GLAZZED FIXED GLASS PANEL WINDOW

30 mm THICK RUBBER FLOORING 50 mm THICK SAND-BED LAYER

ROOF TO FOUNDATION DETAIL 1:20

2 A10 SCALE:

FIXING ALUMINIUM FRAME WINDOW TO MANUFACTURER'S DETAIL

DAMP-PROOF MEMBRANE LAYER REINFORCEMENT STEEL BAR TO ENGINEERS DETAIL

REVISION NO:

PILE FOUNDATION TO ENGINEER'S DETAIL

STUDENT NAME AHMAD FARIS BIN AHMAD ZULFAA STUDENT NUMBER 602851

1. ALUM. FRAME DOUBLE GLAZZED FIXED GLASS PANEL WINDOW

TILE FLOORING CARPET PAINT FINISH RUBBER FLOORING POLISH TILE CLADDING 12MM CFC PANEL PRECAST WALL OR FLOOR CERAMIC TILES 12MM PLASTERBOARD WITH ACOUSTICAL ELEMENT CORRUGATED ALUMINIUM CLADDING 150X35 MACROCARPA TIMBER CLADDING POLISH CONCRETE FINISHING TIMBER CLADDING INTERIOR

5mm ALUMINIUM FLASHING THERMOMASS PRECAST CONCRETE WALL WITH PAINT FINISH

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: ROOF TO FOUNDATION DETAIL

1 2

INSULATION LAYER TO PREVENT HEAT LOSS

TUTOR: DANIELA PLESSER

2

CLIP ON CORRUGATED METAL ROOF

DRAWING DESCRIPTION: GROUND FLOOR PLAN

4

DW F M S SD TH WC FG

SUBJECT NAME: CONSTRUCTION DESIGN

3

1

3

BA CB COL D DP GDP

6

D1

VERTICAL SECTION DETAIL 1 SCALE:1:5

L1

2 A9

ST

HORIZONTAL SECTION DETAIL 1 SCALE:1:5

W1 1

2 A9

FLOOR FINISH LEVEL FINISHED CEILING LEVEL FIXED GLAZING BG BOX GUTTER BASIN BUILT-IN CABINET COLUMN DISABLED TOILET DOWNPIPE DOWNPIPE WITH GYPSUM BOARD CASEMENT DISH WASHER FEMALE TOILET MALE TOILET SINK SLIDING DOOR TOILET ROLL HOLDER TOILET PAN FIXED GLASS WINDOW NUMBER DOOR NUMBER MATERIAL ROOM NUMBER

BA CB COL D DP DW F M S SD TH WC FG

5

FFL FCL FG

FFL FCL FG

4 7

LEGEND

LEGEND 8

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DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE UTM


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2

ExCOLLABORATION ExPERIMENTAL

THANK YOU TO MY DEAREST FAMILY AND FANARCHTIC

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