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HUN LIN, NEO GRADUATE OF ARCHITECTURE

DAMIAN ROGERS ARCHITECTURE SELECTED WORKS 2012-2013


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This is a collection of portfolio collated at my time at Damian Rogers Architecture. Our daily routines are constantly challenged with our desires to experiment with the balance between form, light and materials. Our self proclaimed first commandment would be to Get Out of the Box! As our wise mentor would always say, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The architecture industry is all about paper. Printing is the only way you can be sure that ideas are flowed throughout the office, whether it is pegged onto our customized caged cubicle, or used as coasters during lunch hour. This is the beginning of the Working Shop.

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PROJECT 01 - WESTERN DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT 02 - CARDINIA CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

PROJECT 07

- CONTEXTUALISING FORM

PROJECT 04

- CARDBOARD HOUSE

PROJECT 03 - CHURCH OF VICTORY

PROJECT 04 - WESTERN DISTRICT ISLAMIC SCHOOL

PROJECT 08 - ELECTRA STREET RESIDENCE

PROJECT 05

PROJECT 06

PROJECT 07

- THE SKILLION HOUSE

- DEEP HOUSE

- TWO GABLE ENDS

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WESTERN DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT S IN AVATAR SCENE

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The Western District Development is an urban master plan which is designed with the Growth Area Authorities in the western districts. As the clients have engaged us early on the project, DRA have been able to work with the client and GAA to create a vision for affordable housing solutions which was subsequently presented to the Wyndham Council. The project aims to deliver affordable housing to the western suburbs which was achieved through high density tower blocks. These towers are placed within close proximity to each other as well as to the local heritage park. Furthermore, an aquatic centre and a local supermarket is proposed to provide convenience to the future residence. The other challenge of the project was to integrate the Muslim communities with the locals as the client have informed us at the inception of the project that they would prefer for both to be separated. Fortunately, this was resolved through the subsequent planning meetings.

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< CARDINIA CHRISTIAN SCHOOL - EASTERN SUBURBS

S IN AVATAR SCENE

The Eastern Suburb Christian School is amongst our newest projects which is located in the green fields. We have been anticipating for a new typology for quite some time now and this is a great opportunity for us to demonstrate our abilities as designers to work outside our comfort zone. Obviously, we have this project at heart for we all share a vision to better equip our future generations with the best education money can buy. We believe a school is where our children is nurtured and educated before being gradually introduced to the world. This was the core principle which we carried throughout the whole project and the result was a very well conceived master plan.

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JUNIOR SCHOOL

KINDERGARTEN/MEDICAL CENTRE

HOUSE

CAFE

SENIOR SCHOOL

ADMINISTRATION

MUSIC CENTRE

OVAL/GREEN SPACE

AUDITORIUM

CHURCH

VISUAL ARTS ROOM

WATER/PLANT

SPORTS CENTRE (POOL AND GYM)

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CARPARK ENTRY

KIRKWOOD CRES

KIR KW OO D

CR ES

MAIN ENTRY

ENTRY

TERRACE

DROP OFF

WAR ANA DRIV E

CARPARK

PLAYGROUND

BOOKSTORE

SOUND

TOILETs

CAFE BOOK SHOP STAGE

OFFICE 01

KITCHEN

LOADING BAY

SENIOR PASTOR OFFICE

AUDITORIUM 690 SEATS

OFFICE 02

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BACKSTAGE MALE TOILET

S IN AVATAR SCENE

Dis./Baby BATH

Shr Shr MULTI PURPOSE ROOM

MULTI PURPOSE ROOM

Shr CARPARK ENTRY

STORE FAMALE TOILET

MULTI PURPOSE ROOM

Church of Victory is a project which turns crisis into an opportunity. The site is located between a major road intersection and very close proximity with power lines and a drastic slope on all corners of the site. The mitigation of electrical power line is the key agenda in this project as it is critical to shield our client’s activities from the potential hazardous electromagnetic fields. Conceived with clean likes to portray the distinct geometries of the building, the programmatic spaces are separated into three sections; auditorium, foyer space and administrative activities. Church of Victory is a testament of our successful attempt to endeavor the near impossible challenge set by the brief.

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WESTERN DISTRICT ISLAMIC SCHOOL S IN AVATAR SCENE

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Western District Islamic School is the antithesis of our architectural journey as it challenges the ideas for new learning environments which we have used in our earlier educational projects. Basic programmatic functions and use are challenged due to religious reasons and the lack of infrastructure on site such as water and electricity amenities are one of the biggest challenge we have faced to date. In addition to that, the natural land condition and the cumulative decisions made by the client prior to consulting DRA was extremely detrimental to the project. The solution to the project was a series of modular walls and structures that could be added and subtracted according to the requirement of the school. The master plan of the school is placed adjacent to a boulevard of existing olive grove to highlight its signifcant existence.

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ELECTRA STREET RESIDENCE

S IN AVATAR SCENE

The Electra Street residence is an interpretation of Mies Van Der Rohe’s Farnsworth House which is a pavilion in the park. The extension design includes a new living area, kitchen as well as an outdoor deck space connected to an outdoor swimming pool. The simplicity of the design is a response to the client’s brief which is to use simple tones for the house. A simple retractable roof was introduced during the design stages to bring natural light into the deep spaces of the house which further compliments the pavilion.

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CONTEXTUALIZING FORM S IN AVATAR SCENE

The discussion about context and streetscape has always been an ongoing discussion at DRA. The definition of intact streetscape as well as conforming to res code have always been a constant struggle at DRA as we fight to preserve the client’s brief and vision. This is an extension project of a current apartment block built in the 1970’s. The brief called for a refurbishment for the entire building with the addition of 3 additional apartment units on the third storey. As the building was built before res code was implemented, there was an opportunity to create a third storey which was otherwise not possible had the building been demolished. At the same time, the client had engaged a real estate agent to evaluate the market price of the design against the target market audience - the young adults. The opportunity called for creativity within the firm to propose a design which meets the council’s expectations as well as the client’s brief. The series of form based explorations that follows are an attempt to diffuse the readings of actual storey and height of the building. Perspective tricks and visual illusions are employed here to disguise the reading of the actual building.

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CARDBOARD HOUSE

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S IN AVATAR SCENE

The brief called for a sustainable house for an elderly couple in Williamstown whom are both looking at building their retirement home. Two ideas arrived at our desk upon a quick brainstorming session. One was a trumpet house which gave reference to the owner’s favourite past time, while the other was to create a house which feels like a cardboard modelled house. We favoured the latter as we have always been fascinated with the idea of utilizing raw materials to depict architectural moments which are permeable yet solid. The inception of the idea became a reality when we were exploring breeze blocks as a potential screen option. Cross circulation and stack effect was effectively incorporated through the use of breeze blocks. This allowed natural air through the house and expels hot air through the louvers in the second storey. Stylistically, the house resisted the polished finished ‘look’ to accommodate the pets in the house which forms an integral part of our client’s life.

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THE SKILLION HOUSE

S IN AVATAR SCENE

The project is a house extension for an international vogue photographer and his partner in Williamstown. Prior to commencing the design of the house, both clients have requested for their house to be something out of the ordinary. They have requested or have at least made known to us about their ambitions for an art form which best represent the nature of their profession. We took the comment seriously and produced a variety of option before landing on the idea of a golden triangle. The formulas used in golden triangles have enabled us to discover a mathematically found proportion for the house. Categorically, the is one of the toughest project to model and document during the construction documentation phase.

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PALINGS

0.8M WOVEN WIRE

G/IRON PITCHED ROOF HAB.

2.0M PALINGS

323째16'

30.65

1.0M WOVEN WIRE

COURTYARD

BACK OF CONCRETE KERB

KITCHEN

15.01

LD'Y

BED1

BED2

BATH

BRICK GARAGE DINING

ST.

ST.

ROBE LOUNGE

1.0M PICKETS 16.92 53째16'

MASTER BED

LIVING

ENS.

EXISTING FENCE AND GATE

236째41'

BATH

DECK

2.0M PALINGS

146째47'

31.60

COURTIS STREET

PRIVATE OPEN SPACE (LAWN)

NON HAB.

FIBRO SHED

VERANDAH

COVER AREA

PALINGS

CARPORT

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DEEP HOUSE

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S IN AVATAR SCENE

Located in Albert Park, the Deep House is a proposal for a double storey extension which house 3 bedrooms, 2 living spaces, a rumpus room, an outdoor pool, a kitchen as well as a garage. The site was located on the corner of two intersections which made it practically impossible to design within the sightlines provided by the local council. Whilst the brief was challenging, DRA have managed to fit the brief on site with the implementation of a basement. Through the clever use of void spaces and glass flooring, the design gained a 5 star energy rating. The end result is a machine which responds to the various constraints posed on site.

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Title Boundary Corner

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BROOKE STREET

REVISIONS

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Giveway

ONE-WAY TRAFFIC FLOW

STREET-SCAPE ELEVATION

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R

GROUND FFL = 4.85

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BLUE-STONE DRAIN

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BLUE-STONE DRAIN

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BITUMEN FOOTPATH

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R/DO

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BROOKE STR EET

H

EXISTING ROOFS TO BE RETAINED

NO FENCE

18

470m m = EA

R

R

GARDEN

PIPE OFFSET UNKNOWN. TO BE ASCERTAINED ON SITE (Refer Report).

H=4-7m W=0-2m TDia=50mm

0.11m PARTYWALL EASEMENT

No

1.50m

9m DIST FROM SUBJECT BLOCK.

150mm = EAVE AND GUTTER.

LANEWAY NO FENCE

0.02m

0.04m

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VERANDAH

150mm = EAVE AND GUTTER.

ROOF TERRACE

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SEPTEMBER 22 (EQUINOX) 12PM

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680mm = EAVE AND GUTTER.

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1. Undertake demolition of existing structure behind principle facade to St Vincent Street and initial corner facade to Brooke Street, maintaining the existing boundary wall within 18 St Vincent Street (the majority of which is included as a party wall easement). 2. Establish new basement level construction and basement courtyard to the rear of the principle facade and initial corner facade to Brooke Street. 3. Establish new garage to accommodate 2 vehicles in tandem (towards the north boundary), courtyard and open plan kitchen, living and dining (centrally on site) and ensuites, master bedroom and entry behind the original facade elements. 4. Reconstruct original 3 part roof line to the original facade element. (VWDEOLVKQHZÂżUVWĂ&#x20AC;RRUOHYHOWRWKHUHDURIWKHUHFRQVWUXFWHGRULJLQDOIDFDGHHOHPHQWWRSURYLGHIXUWKHUOLYLQJURRPURRIWHUUDFHDUHDDQGVXVSHQGHGVZLPPLQJSRROJHQHUDOO\RYHU the new garage. 6. Maintain daylight amenity to the 2 south facing habitable room windows of 44 Brooke Street via: Offset new boundary wall by 210mm to provide a total separation of 1.0 metres to the habitable room windows (current separation of north boundary of application site from the habitable room window is 790mm) to respond to Standard A10 of Clause 54.05-1, Side and Rear Setbacks. Provide 10.930 metre length of new boundary wall ranging between 2.8 metres and 3.0 metres in height, average 2.9 metres. Wall length of 10.970 metres is derived from boundary length of 13.73 metres. 10 metres + 25% x 3.73m = 10.93 metres to respond to Standard A11 of Clause 54.04-2, Walls on Boundaries. Provide lower fence elements to a maximum of 2.0 metre high to either ends of the new boundary wall to complete the boundary interface with 44 Brooke Street. Offset the new 1st level wall of the suspended swimming pool by a further 880mm providing a total separation of 1.880m from the 2 habitable room windows of 44 Brooke Street and provide a maximum wall height of 3.76m opposite the habitable room windows to respond to Clause 54.04-3 and Std A12, Daylight to existing windows. 7. Formulate envelope of upper storey additions to analysis of potential overshadowing of 18 St Vincent Street, ensuring additional shadows to the secluded private open space comply with Clause 54.04-5 Std A14, Overshadowing Open Space. 8. Reconstruct original roof forms to the forward sections of the dwelling to St Vincent Street and Brook Street corner. 9. Modulate and articulate new building form and scale to Brooke Street to provide new wall heights and parapets that reference the roof height and parapet heights of the corner element to Brooke Street with the exception of the garage set the new building elements into the site behind the facade line of the Brooke Street corner element to respond to Clauses: 54.06-1 Std A19 Design Details; and 22.04-3 to ensure recessive placement of additions 10.Provide solid on-boundary (side) fence to Brooke Street 2.1 metres in height. 11.Provide new single crossover to Brooke Street to serve garage. 12.Provide second level extensions to on-boundary party wall within 18 St Vincent Street as the common boundary is built to on both sides to respond to Clause 54.04-2 Std A11, Walls on Boundaries. 13.Ensure overall building height is designed to requirements of Clause 22.04-3 as opposed to Clause 54.03-2 Std A4, Building Height. 14.Minimise Overlooking via the following responses to Clause 54.04-6, Std A15, Overlooking: Provide void area between the north side of the 1st level living room to respond to and pool to provide separation. Provide solid wall to west side of living room. Use pool to obscure sight line from 1st level roof terrace to the north. 3URYLGHQRUWKDQGHDVWSULYDWHRULHQWDWLRQWRZLQGRZVDQGVSDFHVWRHQVXUHHQHUJ\HIÂżFLHQF\UHODWHVWR Clause 54.03-5 Std A7; Adequate day lighting to habitable rooms relate to Clause 54.05-1 Std A16; and Solar access to open spaces relating to Clause 54.05-3 Std A18. 16.Provide ample areas of private open space to Clause 54.05-2 Std, A17. 3URYLGHQRUWKDQGHDVWSULYDWHRULHQWDWLRQWRZLQGRZVDQGVSDFHVWRHQVXUHHQHUJ\HIÂżHQF\UHODWHVWR Clauses: 54.03-5 Std A7 Adequate day lighting to habitable rooms relate to clause 54.05-1 Std A16; and Solar access to open spaces relating to Clause 54.05-3 Std A18 18.Provide ample spaces of private open space to Clause 54.05-2 Std, A17

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TWO GABLE ENDS

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The brief was to design an extension to an existing residence in Williamstown which incorporates an indoor pool, a living and dining space. As the client is a proud owner of a local chocolate beverage business in Victoria, we are constantly challenged to design outside our comfort zone. Two gable ends is a project which is a constant struggle between two extreme ends. We attempt to create spaces that are timeless and one of a kind while the client prefers the most current design trends that are present in the market. Our battle for this project is to preserve the intended identity which we have envisioned for the house.

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B

SE-01

A

SE-01

E

SE-01

NO. 42 SINGLE STOREY W/BOARD HOUSE

ROAD

E SE-03

E SE-03

POWER

PORCH MASTER BED ROOM

ENSUITE

BEDROOM 3

LIVING

TL6 ROBE

SE-02

POOL AREA

VERANDAH

STREET

D

D SE-02 DINING

WC

BEDROOM 1

BEDROOM 2 BATH 1 STUDY

RUMPUS BATH 2

KITCHEN

GARAGE

PANTRY

L'DRY

NO. 38 SINGLE STOREY W/BOARD HOUSE

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SE-01

A

SE-01

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SE-01

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SE-01

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THE WALL HOUSE

Located in Williamstown, this is a project which looks at responding to a deep and narrow site. The clientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brief is to design a two storey residential project with a tight budget. We started the design of the house with a simple box. As the main facade would be overlooking into the neighbours private open space, Dampalon is used to avoid direct contact but maintained the amount of sunlight received during winter. The result is a wall with diffused light which happens to be the feature of the house. PROJECT IN PROGRESS SCHEMATIC DESIGN

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FLINDERS STREET STATION COMPETITION

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The space in between is a canopy that is an active skin. Derived from a grid, controlled by nature. A partially translucent roof enables direct sunlight while the use of deciduous trees controls the heat gain for each season. Such trees and the plane tree would be suitable given their tolerance to pruning and pollution. The canopy covers all platform and ensures against leaves falling on the tracks. The leaves are filtered through the glass structural shafts and are able to be removed via a maintenance access door.

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The canopy also ensures that storm water runoff can be collected and recycled. In summer the trees could be sprinkled with the water at various stages of the day which would enable the internal spaces to be naturally cooled, via the ventilation louvers provided at each tree shaft. The use of deciduous trees also allows for a greater degree of translucency to the canopy ensuring that views to the heritage station building are maintained. An environmentally responsive canopy will ensure sustainability. The design responds to the heritage significance of the existing station building by fundamentally preserving the views of the sourthern facade of the administration building from Southbank. The site provides the opportunity for greater connection to the Yarra bank and views to the site and the southern facade from some of Melbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most significant cultural precincts. We have also considered the heritage significance of the landscaping to the Yarra Bank and consider the existing trees as a contributory element of the Flinders Street Station heritage fabric.

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