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Fong Kai Jian fongkaijian@gmail.com


Fong Kai Jian fongkaijian@gmail.com

About Me I am a graduate architect from Deakin University. Throughout my academic career, I have acquired skills and knowledge about architecture that would respond to contemporary needs and future issues. I believe great design is a result of endless thoughts and development through the collaboration between colleagues with the mindset of passionate and innovative values that transforms an idea into an architecture.


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FALL 1°

PROJECTS P6

P8

WA01

P7

C1

ROOF TOP

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3

4

5

1 A105

6 200

1

600

PLASTERBOARD

RANGEHOOD

WA05

LIVING 01 D 2000

1100

WA01

KITCHEN

100

KICKBOARD

1040mm WIDTH PRECAST CONCRETE STAIRS WITH STAINLESS STEEL RAILING ON BOTH SIDES AT MINIMUM HEIGHT OF 865mm

CAPRA SYSTE FRAM CLEAR

700

2 A105

C1

4 A105

3 A105

C1

100 DIA UPVC DOWNPIPE

CARPARK

STAINLESS STEEL GRATE STORMWATER PIT COVER

Aspendale, VIC 2017

Housing

Alor Setar, Kedah 2019

600 1200

Re:start

Section 1

North Geelong, VIC 2017

Mod Town

Melbourne CBD, VIC 2017

The Bonding

Melbourne CBD, VIC 2018

Eccentric Urbanity

Collingwood, VIC 2018

Fusion

OPENING FOR EXCESS STORMWATER TO BE DRAINED TO LPOD

1160x1160x450 DEPTH PRECAST STORM WATER PIT

1200x1200x600 DEPTH CONCRETE FOOTING

1160


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Fusion With the advancement of technology, people do not have to step out of their front door to buy groceries, clothing and many others. This made us aware only of the space around us which is our home. In return, neighbors do not know each other. The friendly neighborhood is gone. Because of the fact that no one knows what the other is doing, crimes are happening more often due to ignorance of our neighbor. This was the exact feeling I felt when I was on the site. Collingwood used to be a great place to live with the rise of light industry. However, now it is nearly the opposite of what it used to be. Therefore, I want to increase the interaction among residences, as well as the public through my proposed building and space.


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Passage

Machine

Interaction 1

Access

A passage is created in between buildings to allow people to walk through to the open space at the back of existing residences

Bulldozer was a chosen machine as it would destroy the gap between people and create a new feeling to neighbors and public.

Buildings are pushed down to touch the existing building roofs that would create interaction between existing and new residence

Stairs were placed in places that were abandoned in the site to increase the amount of people walking around the area

Open Space

Linkage

Interaction 2

Light

As the site was lacking of open spaces, series of open spaces were created. This would allow the interaction between residence and the public in the meeting point as they agreed upon.

To link the spaces above, series of pathways were created to allow easy access to different places. The pathways would then lead to existing building across the road which would provide easy access to the site.

Buildings were placed in different levels in accordance to existing building’s height to increase the interaction

Due to the building placed above, spaces below would be dark. Therefore light shafts were created


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Eccentric Urbanity The idea is to build a place where people could de-stress and find a personal space for themselves. This is due to the rise in population growth which resulted in smaller homes designed, more competitiors for jobs and production rate has increased. This caused work places to be more competitive and lack of space which would lead to more mental health problems in our life.


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3 Buildings

Buildings Axis

Pedestrian Axis

Green Space

Void


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Central Atrium

Library Atrium


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The Bonding The brief was to design a SOHO building in the centre of Melbourne CBD. As the population of Chinese living in Melbourne has been increasing for the past decade,I wanted to show how the Chinese and the local could live together in harmony. I used Yin Yang as a concept which represents two completely different things yet they complement one another and one could not live without the other. It is the same goes to how an offi ce and a home could not live without another. The building is designed in a way where two buildings are separated with a bridge connecting in between where it would be an open space for residence to socialise.


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With the increased in population of Chinese in Melbourne, there comes a need where by different people would be able to live in harmony. With the brief being a SOHO which means Small Office Home Office, it has a similar understanding whereby a home is not a home and an office is not an office. They behave differently but they coexist at the same time. It has the same meaning towards the concept of Yin Yang where by it is different yet similar at the same time.


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The difference of materials where by half of the building is constructed using timber and the other half is using concrete with the formation and the rotation of the yin yang to show the balance and the difference to the building. The central space being the main circulation for the building creates an open area where the people are able to meet and great with friends and family.


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Mod Town The brief was to design a building where residence could live in along with other activites in an existing factory. The chosen building was the Ford Factory. The building is of social signifi cance to the community of Geelong for it’s role played a major part in Victoria development. Therefore I decided to create a place where car lovers could play and live in the site. Race track was the main driven to the design of the project.Along with the essentials to come when you think of having a car.Residence could also trade their used parts at the market place provided in the weekdays.


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With the passion for cars and living along side with their love for the modification of cars. This allows the people living to increase their knowledge of cars and showing off their personal taste in cars to the Mod Town. WIth it’s performance tested on the race tracks which allows the residence to have a maximum speed limit. Market place where residence trades goods during the weekends.


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The integration between the existing structure with the newly proposed residential along with the race track. Residence are able to race along the tracks with the modification of their cars in their respective garages.


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Re:start During the time of the British colonization the people lived happily with a sense of community where everyone respectively excecuting task or job given by the British. However, that changed after gaining independence in 31 August 1957. 513 which refers to the incident occurred in 13 May 1969 also known as the Sino-Malay sectarian violence was an incident which involves the Malaysian Chinese and Malays. The reason of the violence started was due to a different mindset of opinions towards the situation of the people. The 1969 riot resulted in the declaration of National Emergency by the king,the resignation of Tunku Abdul Rahman as Prime Minister, and increased racial tension between Malays and Chinese. With that being said, one might say this happened 50 years ago. But the racial tension between Malays and Chinese has not loosen with occurrence in recent events. By reuniting the people, the conflict between each other would be reduced and would result in a more positive outcome towards the country


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The people agreed upon that their love for food would bring the people together through thick and thin. To then allow the people to try and learn of the food culture of the other races is what would be binding the people back together again


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Roads of the Urban city

Existing River

Building usage between the two races

Major roads used by the people

During British colonisation, part of the city was distinguished as one side being a place for business for the Chinese and the other side being a place for business for the Malay

An Archway which bridges between these two areas describing the significance and importance of the beginning of the town.

First embarkment of human settlemnet of the town

Proposed Site Location


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Usage of traditional pitched roof allows the people to feel more in touch to the roots of it’s local habitants.


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The integration between the flat roof and the traditional pitched roof is shown where the people are able to enter to the buildings through the covered region.


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Housing


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RL-1.80

GROVES SREET

PROPOSED CROSSOVER

EXISTING PEDESTRIAN CONCRETE FOOTPATH

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EXISTING PEDESTRIAN CONCRETE FOOTPATH

4780 BUILDING SETBACK

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EXTG LAMP POST

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EXTG ELEC PIT

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EXTG FIRE PIT

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50mm THICK CRUSHED ROCKS

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B

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ELEC SERVICES TRENCH 50mm DIA PVC CONDUCT IN TRENCH WITH 3 DRAW STRINGS

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1000mm HIGH EXPOSED BRICK WALL

1 A104

D EXISTING 4m HEIGHT TREE ON NEIGHBOUR LOT

10800 3600

1500mm HEIGHT EXPOSED BRICK WALL

3600 1040

3960

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W

900x900 SW PIT

1500

600

1500

E

3600

1040

T

3960

150mm THICK CONCRETE PATHWAY WITH AGGREGATES

100mm CONCRETE CAST IN SITU RETAINING WALL

5. FIGURED DIMENSIONS TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS

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1040mm WIDTH PRECAST CONCRETE STAIRS WITH STAINLESS STEEL RAILING ON BOTH SIDES AT MINIMUM HEIGHT OF 865mm

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2 G

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880

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6. THE BUILDER SHALL TAKE ALL STEPS NECESSARY TO ENSURE THE STABILITY AND GENERAL WATER TIGHTNESS OF ALL NEW AND/OR EXISTING STRUCTURES DURING ALL WORKS 7. WATERPROOFING OF WET AREAS SHALL BE PROVIDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH AS 3740-2010

5 6 7

225mm JAMES HARDIE SPOON DRAIN 403218

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S

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PRECAST CONCRETE RETAINING WALL

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HW

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STAIRS 14

EXISTING ADJOINING BUILDING

CARPARK

EXISTING ADJOINING BUILDING

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1500

1160

1215

1220

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12. ALL MECHANICAL EXHAUST VENTILATION TO COMPLY WITH AS 1668.2 TO ACHIVE MINIMUM AIR FLOW RATE OF 10 CUBIC LITRES PER HOUR. ALL FANS TO BE VENTED OUTSIDE

600 600x600 PRECAST CONCRETE COLUMN

1160

1500

LOT 3

E

T

S

C1

300 WIDTH x 400 DEPTH CAST IN SITU CONCRETE INTERNAL BEAMS

G

600

W

3600

10800

DP 1200x1200x600 DEPTH CAST IN SITU FOOTING

C1

180° 00' 00" 20.80 m

16

2 360° 00' 00" 20.80 m

LOT 1

10

G

RL0.00

S

9 3600

3600 W

150mm THICK CONCRETE DRIVEWAY

HW

8. INSTALLATION OF ALL SERVICES SHALL COMPLY WITH THE RESPECTIVE SUPPLY AUTHORITY REQUIREMENTS 9. THE BUILDER SHALL CHECK AND VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS, SETBACK, LEVELS AND SPECIFICATIONS

1160x1160 STORM WATER PIT ALIGNED TO VOID ABOVE WITH STAINLESS STEEL GRATE COVER

LOT 5

E

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S RL 1.30

S

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15. BUILDER TO ENSURE THAT CONTROL JOINTS ARE INSTALLED IN TILES TO ALIGN WITH ANY CONTROL JOINTS IN STRUCTURAL CONCRETE SLABS

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14. BUILDER TO CONFIRM TILING SET OUT WITH ARCHITECTS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION

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3600

13. ALL CONTROL JOINTS TO BE FIRE RATED EQUAL TO RATING OF WALL

HW

HW

W

PROPOSED BUILDING AREA

G

3

4

16. REFER TO SURVEYORS CHECK SURVEY AND DETAILED DRAWING TO CONFIRM AND LOCATE ALL EXISTING SERVICES, PIPES, POLES, EMBANKMENTS, PITS

940

W

1° LL FA

2100mm HEIGHT CYCLONE WIRE

1540

MIN

FA LL 1°

C1 MIN

AREA SCHEDULE

17. PROVIDE ADEQUATE PROTECTION TO ADJOINING PROPERTY 1040

PRECAST CONCRETE RETAINING WALL

1040

E

T

G

S RL 1.16

RL 0.65

3460

RL 0.16

RL -0.60

W

4780 BUILDING SETBACK

4780 BUILDING SETBACK

10. FIRE INDEXES OF MATERIALS, LININGS AND SURFACE FINISHES TO COMPLY WITH C1.10 OF THE BCA 11. BUILDER TO ENSURE THAT NOMINATED FIRE RATED CONSTRUCTION IS MAINTAINED AT ALL SERVICE PENETRATIONS AND MATERIAL JUNCTIONS. USE FIRE-COLLARS WHERE SERVICE PENETRATIONS OCCUR THROUGH FLOOR SLABS TO COMPLY WITH AS1530.4-1997 AND AS4072.1-1992

G

G

4780 BUILDING SETBACK

EXISTING 6m HEIGHT TREE ON NEIGHBOUR LOT

T

RL 1.66

STORM WATER EASEMENT

RL -1.08

2. ALL MATERIALS AND WORK PRACTICES SHALL COMPLY WITH, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE BUILDING REGULATIONS 2006, NCC 2013 BCA VOL 2 AND ALL RELEVANT CURRENT AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS 3. ALL MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION PRACTICE SHALL MEET THE PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS OF THE BCA 4. WINDOW SIZES NOMINATED ARE NOMINAL ONLY. ACTUAL SIZE MAY VARY ACCORDING TO MANUFACTURER

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T

90° 00' 00" 20.80 mW W

SWD

GENERAL NOTES

E EXTG SEWAGE PIT

28m TO NEAREST STREET

1500

T

G EXTG LPOD

EXTG NATURE STRIP E

T

BUFFALO GRASS 1000mm HIGH EXPOSED BRICK WALL RL -1.08

RL 1.66

270° 00' 00" 20.80 m

SITE PLAN

SITE AREA (sqm) : 432.64sqm PROPOSED BUILDING AREA (sqm) : 126.34sqm PROPOSED BUILDING COVERAGE (%) : 29% PERMEABILITY (%) : 29%

DRAWING LEGEND LPOD : LEGAL POINT OF DISCHARGE RL : RELATIVE LEVEL DP : DOWNPIPE HW : EXISTING HABITABLE WINDOW E : EXISTING ELECTRICITY CABLE BELOW GROUND T : EXISTING TELEPHONE CABLE BELOW GROUND G : EXISTING GAS PIPE LINE BELOW GROUND S : EXISTING SEWER PIPE LINE BELOW GROUND W : EXISTING FRESH WATER LINE BELOW GROUND

NEPEAN HIGHWAY

500

3600

EXTG NATURE STRIP

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C

D

A

B

C

GRID LINE

3 4

WA09 P1

220 220

PJ 1195

1070

1195

P7

1160 3450

DRAWING LEGEND TSOP : TILES SET OUT POINT RL : RELATIVE LEVEL DP : DOWNPIPE ESB : ELECTRICAL SWITCHBOARD FIREPLACE : FIREFOX OPEN GAS FIRE ZERO CASING SERIES

1500

600

150

1500

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PJ

2415

8090

FIRST FLOOR

3450

3600

3450

150 3600

3600 220

3600

10800

WA02

FIRE PLACE STEEL FLUE PIPE

3450

1200mm WIDTH PRECAST CONCRETE STAIRS WITH STAINLESS STEEL RAILING ON BOTH SIDES AT MINIMUM HEIGHT OF 865mm

11

3600

MIN FALL 1°

STAIRS

3450

3600 3600

3600

150

150 4880

P7

2560 2405

3820

150 1500

7800

1150

PJ

C1

P14 P2

12

2400

1

WA01

90

3820

9

8

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6

5

4

3

2

1

PJ

PJ

P1

P4

WA01

PJ

P7

C1

P7

P4

PJ

220 INTERNAL WALLS

2310 TOILET 3600 BED 2 2400

P5

P6

4

220

2

PJ

220

3

PJ

18

14

600

4

PJ

10

220

5

P7

STEGBAR ALUMINIUM SLIDING WINDOW

220

220

220

6

3

1200

WA05

WA02

2680

90 1200

UP 7

C1

600x600 PRECAST CONCRETE COLUMN WITH WITH PAINT DULUX WEATHERSHIELD MATT ACRYLIC AS FINIS

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P5 8

P8

400x150 STEEL BOX GUTTER

P7

13

04 W

P9

STAIRS 9

VOID

P10

DN 100 RL6.40

15

BED 2 CARPET

TSOP

400x400 STEEL RAINWATER SUMP

90DIA UPVC RAINWATER DOWNPIPE P13

17

P6

4

WA01 1500

WA05 WA03

PJ

11 10

07 D

C1

EDGE BEAM LINE BELOW

A0 8

90

TOILET

0 A1

TILES TOILET

PJ

400 LENGTH 200 DEPTH 400 HEIGHT STEEL RAINWATER HEAD

GLASS

P7

DN

WA05

05 D

P12

PJ

P11

W

2060

90

7800

WA06

1150

90 600

3600

10800

1500

1890

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3600

P7

E

2340

C LA EP

3600

TILES TOILET

95 16

R FI

12

500mm HEIGHT PRECAST CONCRETE PANEL

RL6.80

02 D

75 3. RL

WA03

2330

OVERHEAD BOXGUTTER

C1

RL3.00

P7

13

ROOF TOP CONC RL6.30

150

DP

2010

WA07

P8

3600 600

ENTRY

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2

1140

WA03

PJ

DN

90

2330

150 1350

16

TSOP

14

P3

PJ

PJ P6

15

LIVING CONC

VOID

15

P7

3600

14

C1

03 D

C1

4950

13

PJ

16

P7

PJ

WA01

11

700

BEAM LINE ABOVE

WA02

17

P4 PJ P4

5700

1100

3600 3600

10

12

18

220 INTERNAL WALLS

3450

1

MIN FALL 1°

9

BED 1 CARPET

PJ

150

A104

2490

8

P9 WA04

3

3600

7

P9

WA05

1

3600

OVERHEAD CUPBOARD

700

1500

P6

TOILET

2400 BED 1

02 W

P7

150

220 INTERNAL WALLS

3600

6

06 D

2

3600

3450

PANELS

3820

5

1040mm WIDTH PRECAST CONCRETE STAIRS WITH STAINLESS STEEL RAILING ON BOTH SIDES AT MINIMUM RANGEHOOD HEIGHT OF 865mm OVER

KITCHEN TILES 2

P9

P9

GRID LINE 1500

PANELS

2

P3

PJ

PANELS

P7

C1 TSOP

220 INTERNAL WALLS

P7

PJ

WA01

90

01 W

P4

220

GRID LINE

1

PJ

600

220 INTERNAL WALLS

220 INTERNAL WALLS

90

PANELS

2415

220 INTERNAL WALLS

2310 TOILET 2310

1500

3600

OPENING

1160

90

1

90

3600

2400

3600

3600

3950

1135

OPENING

INTERNAL WALLS

90

1200

D

10800 3820

INTERNAL WALLS

1200

700

ESB

OPENING

220 INTERNAL WALLS

PANELS

220 INTERNAL WALLS

GRID LINE

2400

PANELS

A104

P4

600

1

6000 150

1200 3600

670

3600 BED 1

220

2400

3600

220

1500

BED 2 2400

800

10800 600 3600

1500

220 INTERNAL WALLS

B 3820 3600 2350

220 220 INTERNAL WALLS 750

3450 3820

OPENING PANEL

SECOND FLOOR

150

3600 1500

600

150 1500

220

A

3450

INTERNAL WALLS

3820

PANELS


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2

3

4

FALL 1°

FALL 1°

STEEL BRACKET BOLTED TO CONCRETE PANEL

P8

WA01

STEEL WALL CAPPING TO BE FIXED TO TOP OF PRECAST CONCRETE PANELS

P7

P5

3000

P6

C1

ROOF TOP

PARAPET ROOF 9300

RL 9.30

220 THICK 5 CORE PRECAST HOLLOWCORE SLAB WITH A 1° FALL TO ROOF TOP

ROOF TOP STEEL CAPPING FIXED ABOVE PRECAST CONCRETE PANEL

500

PROVIDE FLASHING BETWEEN CAPPING AND ALUMINIUM MULLION

1 A105

SECOND FLOOR 6300

600

RL 6.30

GOLD CEILING BATTS INSULATION

FIRST CEILING 5700

200

RL 5.70

600

PLASTERBOARD

RONDO TWO-WAY EXPOSED GRID CEILING SYSTEM WITH 10mm GYPROCK PLASTERBOARD

RANGEHOOD

WA05

WA03

2700

LIVING

LIVING 01 D 2000

1100

WA01

KITCHEN

100

KICKBOARD

220mm PRECAST CONCRETE SANDWICH PANEL WITH 50mm INSULATION IN BEWTEEN

CAPRAL CW150 CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM WITH 150x75 ALUMINIUM FRAME FIXED TO 10mm SINGLE CLEAR GLASS

700

2 A105

FIRST FLOOR 3000

RL 3.00

600

PRECAST EDGE BEAM WITH DOWEL BARS CONNECTED TO PRECAST CONCRETE PANELS

GROUND CEILING 2400

RL 2.40 CAST IN SITU CONCRETE BEAMS WITH DOWEL BARS CONNECTED TO HOLLOWCORE SLAB

C1

4 A105

3 A105

C1

C1 600x600 PRECAST CONCRETE COLUMN

225mm JAMES HARDIE SPOON DRAIN 403218 ON CRUSHED ROCKS

100 DIA UPVC DOWNPIPE

1200x1200x600 DEPTH CAST IN SITU FOOTING STAINLESS STEEL GRATE STORMWATER PIT COVER

150mm THICK CONCRETE SLAB WITH POLYTHENE MEMBRANE 1300

CARPARK

OPENING FOR EXCESS STORMWATER TO BE DRAINED TO LPOD

1200x1200x600 DEPTH CONCRETE FOOTING

ARDEX BUTYNOL TANKING MEMBRANE

50mm SAND PACKING BELOW SLAB 150mm PRECAST CONCRETE WALL

1160x1160x450 DEPTH PRECAST STORM WATER PIT

100mm CONSOLIDATED FILL RL 0.00

600

100 DIA UPVC AGI PIPE WITH CRUSHED ROCKS

1160 1200

Section 1

2400

1040mm WIDTH PRECAST CONCRETE STAIRS WITH STAINLESS STEEL RAILING ON BOTH SIDES AT MINIMUM HEIGHT OF 865mm

1200

GROUND FLOOR 0


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220 220 70

50

70

50

100

100

KITCHEN

C1 IN ELEVATION

13mm BORAL STANDARD-REGULAR CORE PLASTERBOARD

C1 IN ELEVATION

FIBRE COMPOSITE CONNECTOR

MILL FINISHED TILING TRIM-SLOTING ANGLE

220mm PRECAST CONCRETE SANDWICH PANEL WITH 50mm INSULATION IN BEWTEEN

220mm PRECAST CONCRETE SANDWICH PANEL WITH 50mm INSULATION IN BEWTEEN

BEAUMONT TILES ALPINE CHARCOAL CBPORC LAPPATO RECT 597x597

SILICONE SEALANT

20x40mm GROOVE SEAL WITH JOINT FILLER PLASTIC FILLET ARDEX A 38 WATER PROOF SCREEDING TO GROOVE

FIRST FLOOR 3000

60mm CONCRETE STRUCTURAL SCREED ON PRECAST HOLLOWCORE SLAB

SECOND FLOOR 6300

20

60mm CONCRETE STRUCTURAL SCREED ON PRECAST HOLLOWCORE SLAB

ROOF TOP

SILICONE SEALANT

220 THICK 5 CORE HOLLOWCORE SLAB 60

30x30 NEOPRENE BEARING STRIP

SHIMS ARE TO BE PLACED BETWEEN PRECAST PANELS

SHIMS ARE TO BE PLACED BETWEEN PRECAST PANEL AND PRECAST BEAM

Y16 DOWEL BARS FIXED TO HOLLOWCORE SLAB AND PRECAST CONCRETE PANELS 205

35

220 THICK 5 CORE PRECAST HOLLOWCORE SLAB

600

50x50 STEEL CORBEL FIXED TO PRECAST WALL AND PRECAST FLOOR

PRECAST EDGE BEAM WITH DOWEL BARS CONNECTED TO PRECAST CONCRETE PANELS 220

CAST IN SITU CONCRETE BEAMS WITH DOWEL BARS CONNECTED TO HOLLOWCORE SLAB

RONDO TWO-WAY EXPOSED GRID CEILING SYSTEM WITH 10mm GYPROCK PLASTERBOARD CAST IN SITU CONCRETE BEAMS WITH DOWEL BARS CONNECTED TO HOLLOWCORE SLAB

455

CARPARK

DETAIL 01

GOLD CEILING BATTS INSULATION GROUND CEILING 2400

FIRST CEILING 5700

NEVILLONG AA-PT15 PLASTERBOARD TRIM

DETAIL 02

CAPRAL CW150 CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM WITH 150x75 ALUMINIUM FRAME FIXED TO 10mm SINGLE CLEAR GLASS

KITCHEN

GUTTER SILL WITH ARDEX A 38 WATER PROOF SCREEDING QEP 8mm SILVER MOSAIC TILE TRIM IN CONNECTION POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR WITH AGGREGATES

FIRST FLOOR 3000

LIVING

BEAUMONT TILES ALPINE CHARCOAL CB-PORC LAPPATO RECT 597x597

DTA ADJUSTABLE TRIM WITH STAINLESS STEEL FINISH

60mm CONCRETE STRUCTURAL SCREED ON PRECAST HOLLOWCORE SLAB AND IN BETWEEN EACH FLOOR PANEL

POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR WITH AGGREGATES FIRST FLOOR 3000

BEAM IN ELEVATION 220 THICK 5 CORE PRECAST HOLLOWCORE SLAB

60mm CONCRETE STRUCTURAL SCREED ON PRECAST HOLLOWCORE SLAB WRAPPED AROUND HOLLOWCORE 220 THICK 5 CORE PRECAST HOLLOWCORE SLAB

50x50 STAINLESS STEEL ANGLE FIXED TO BOTTOM OF FLOOR TO PREVENT WATER FLOWING BACK

CARPARK

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CARPARK

GROUND CEILING 2400

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BEAM IN ELEVATION


Fong Kai Jian fongkaijian@gmail.com


Fong Kai Jian fongkaijian@gmail.com

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Architecture Portfolio Kai Jian  

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Architecture Portfolio Fong Kai Jian

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