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CONTENTS


VISION FOLIO OTHER RESUME

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VISION Recently graduated from Adelaide University completing a Masters in Architecture, I am currently seeking work as a graduate architect. I thrive on pushing myself to accomplish challenges in every aspect of my personal and professional life. I’m continuingly aspiring for improvement in my architectural work and thinking, and I know this is something that will continue as my career develops. I am passionate about architecture, and because of this I am determined and hard working. I have a passion for conceptual design and seek to create spaces that can mean something to people. Designing both landscape architecture, urban design and architecture has impacted my thinking, design processes and outcomes. I believe that landscape and built form are interdependent and I plan to utilise my knowledge and passion in both fields to push design boundaries and create holistic, well considered projects. I work well with others, and understand teamwork is an integral part of design practice. I am prepared to work in any role required. I am enthusiastic about the prospect of gaining more experience in an architectural firm, and beginning my career in architecture.


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FOLIO 2016 ‘Fowl Play’ pg. 8-17 2016 ‘Sky Junction’

pg. 18-25

2015 ‘Unearth’

pg. 26-33

2015 ‘Number ‘2’ with Nature’

pg. 34-37

2015 ‘Alight’

pg. 38-39

2014 ‘Catch’

pg. 40-43

2013 ‘Soar’

pg. 44-47

2013 ‘Urban Wilderness’

pg. 48-51


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Fowl Play

Harts Mill, Port Adelaide Tutor: Urs Bette 2016 Program: Bird Sanctuary & Research Fowl Play aims to enliven the historically rich site that is sadly at Centre risk of losing its traditional buildings Decay has had an influence on people through underutilisation. The soaring and designers throughout history. and dynamic shapes create a splash Investigating decay can tell us the of colour and beacon to draw a new physical life or story of a building, public and tourist interest to the historic illustrate a sense of time and identity precinct of Harts Mill. The floating of a specific site or place; expressing elements act as an artificial treetop, the past or predicting the future. On drawing birds in with interactive feeding this site, wind is the most significant opportunities without capturing them in erosion action. Wind is enduring and enclosures. A hiking path intertwines constant, influencing all other decays; with the swaying structures and allows coastal currents shaping coastlines, interaction with the birds in a variety of salt damp occurance, sand blasting ways. on historical buildings. Wind also determines the flight paths of birds History, research, tourism, wildlife and and where they seek shelter. Their fun come together to create Fowl Play. habitation eventually deteriorates structure. The culture of Port Adelaide is intrinsically linked to the powerful forces of nature and deterioration.

above: Context elevation: Colour providing visual poin the area. Links to the fun and playful nature of the pro

When the wind forces on this site were freed to draw their own paths, expressive and authentic forms emerged. The resultant “wind drawings” informed the conceptual design of this project. What if the shapes drawn by the wind could also be moved by the wind? Rather build structures to protect from the forces of nature, this project is built to embrace wind and provide a haven and playground for birds that have long gone from the estuaries and marshes of port Adelaide.

Wind Experiment: Easel set up for “wind drawings”. 4 x 10 minute drawings on north/south/east/west sides of precinct.

above: Extracted elements: Reinterpreted “wind drawi


nt of difference between other buildings in oject.

above: Original “wind drawing”

ing”

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Fowl Play

Harts Mill, Port Adelaide Tutor: Urs Bette 2016


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Fowl Play

Harts Mill, Port Adelaide Tutor: Urs Bette 2016


Floor Plan: Level 4

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Fowl Play

Harts Mill, Port Adelaide Tutor: Urs Bette 2016

Longitudinal Section


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Fowl Play

Harts Mill, Port Adelaide Tutor: Urs Bette 2016

a) Section showing swaying rooms b) Bird feed train axonometric showing conveyor belt distribution and bread crumb vending machines. c) Human circulation d) ‘Bird Feed Train’ showing conveyor belt and section and details to enable the “sushi train for birds”.

b)

c)


4.5°

4.5°

4.5°

a)

d)

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Sky Junction Franklin st, Adelaide Tutor: Steve Grieve 2016

What happens when different things overlap, cross over and intersect? Some might say they create a point of frustration, controversy or confusion. However, they have become a vital component to allow growth in a society, whether it be a physical road junction to allow the more efficient flow of traffic, or a social intersection of human opinion, perspective or reaction. Investigating intersections has been the inspiration and driving force behind this design. The initial idea of ‘linking’ different types of people and program has evolved and become an expression of many different intersections. The Intersection will aspire to create unlikely mixings of spaces and emotions. Each differing function of the building is designed into its own individual moving ‘path’. Activity and interest arises where each of these very different paths intersect. People have been in the forefront of the design concept and thought has gone into creating positive and beneficial spaces for the diverse individuals who will interact with the building.

Client: Uniting Communities Brief: Mixed-use multistorey building bringing together Residential, Independent living units & disability care, offices, social service hubs, function space, exhibition space, church and retail.Aiming to be zero-carbon.

intersection; “a point at which two or more things intersect” Concept Diagrams Pedestrian movement from major hubs:

Spiritual connection (to align with Uniting Communities ethics & ideals): Fish

Pedestrian movement: on site

Symbolism included in form:

Movement as form:

Form reflects idealsm movement & intersecting


Intersections:

Possible future links to other hubs:

g zones:

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Sky Junction Franklin st, Adelaide Tutor: Steve Grieve 2016

Ground floor plan

Typical floor plan: Gym, Independent living apartments, Office


Office Space

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Sky Junction Franklin st, Adelaide Tutor: Steve Grieve 2016

Physical Model

Section: Franklin street


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Sky Junction

PENABLE WINDOW

Franklin st, Adelaide Tutor: Steve Grieve 2016

SECTION: EXTERNAL WALL 1 TO ROOF 1:10

Sloped ‘structaflor’ floor

‘Maxispan’ steel joist 20mm plywood ceiling

J1

DETAIL DRAWINGS

r panel

90RHS head trimmer

m SHS n

80mm external metal deck

Welded & bolted steel plate

90mm RHS ceiling joist

Aluminium window

OPENABLE WINDOWcasing lear glass

p

SECTION: FIRE RESISTANT CEILING SECTION: EXTERNAL WALL 1 TO ROOF 200UB25 1:5 1:10

SECTION: EXTERNAL WALL 1 1:10

lear glass

Sloped ‘structaflor’ floor

‘Maxispan’ steel joist 20mm plywood ceiling

330UC158

Internal 20mm plywood cladding Fiber glass insulation

J1

22mm ‘Structaflor’

lear glass ber panel

90RHS head trimmer

mm SHS mn

100mm SHS column

410UB59steel beam ‘Maxispan’ joist

Steel welded plate

10mm external aluminium cladding 80mm external metal deck Steel nogging

Welded & bolted steel plate

Slanted 410UB59

90mm RHS ceiling joist

Aluminium window casing

m clear glass

SEC 1:5

22mm ‘Structaflor’

200UB25

J1: ‘Maxispan’

ap

m clear glass

Taut wire SECTION: OUTDOOR 330UC158

adding

Insulation

Steel welded plate

n LIGHT & ROOF

ge m clear glass

20mm Plywood

410UB59 beam Double glazing Aluminium glazing casing

330UC158

DECK

1:5 welded to Steel plate beam & bolted to floor joist Internal 20mm 410UB59 painted with plywood cladding Intrumescent paint Fiber glass insulation

410UB59

100mm SHS column

10mm aluminium cladding

Internal 20mm plywood cladding Fiber glass insulation 100mm SHS column

Rondo

10mm external aluminium cladding

‘Fyrecheck’

Steel nogging

10mm external aluminium cladding

J1 80mm metal deck

Stainless steel bolt

50mm steel ceiling joist

YLIGHT ROOF Suspended& Plywood

200UB25

Double glazing

‘Maxispan’ steel joist

RHS 90x45 Stainless steel bolt

Suspended Plywood ceiling sted

200UB25

330UC158 Assembly screw

3mm thick metal deck

rosted nted 410UB59

Fiber glass insulation

Steel welded plate

Slanted 410UB59

Stainless steel bolt

external aluminium cladding RHS bottom plate

22mm ‘Structaflor’

20mm Plywood 410UB59 Steel welded plate

‘Maxispan’ steel

Extruded aluminium curb frame

ceiling

330UC158

SECTION: FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM 1:2

Steel stud 250PFC curved edge beam

20mm internal plywood

Suspended timber SECTION: FLOORjoist TO DECK DETAIL panel 1:2 Insulation 20mm plywood

22mm ‘Structaflor’

250PFC curved edge ‘Maxispan’ steel beam joist Steel RHS 20mm plywood

3mm thick metal deck

20mm internal plywood 100SHS column

J2

Sprinkler head

Fiber glass insulation

Assembly screw Taut wire

200UB25

Plastic casing

Insulation 410UB59

10mm aluminium cladding 10mm Aluminium cladding

Aluminium roof Extruded aluminium membrane retainer cap frame Stainless steel bolt Vinyl glazing tape

Timber floor joist

J1

Plastic pipe

50mm steel ceiling joist

s

YLIGHT DETAIL

‘Maxispan’ steel joist 410UB59

80mm metal deck

Extruded aluminium curb frame

20mm timber deck

22mm ‘Structaflor’

Stainless steel bolt

Vinyl glazing tape

100mm SHS column 10mm external

DETAIL: EXTERNAL WALL 1 22mm ‘Structaflor’ 1:5

Extruded aluminium retainer cap frame

Fiber glass insulation

cladding SECTION: FLOOR TO DECKaluminium DETAIL 1:2 RHS bottom plate

Carpet

LIGHT DETAIL

Internal 20mm plywood cladding

SECTION: EXTERNAL WALL 1 1:10

SECTION: EXTERNAL WALL 1 1:10

Aluminium glazing casing

SECTION: OUTDOOR DECK J2 1:5

SECTION: FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM 1:2

200UB25

ceiling

Plywood

Timber floor joist

RHS bottom plate

RHS 90x45

20mm timber deck

100SHS column

Stainless steel screw attaching sprinkler system to timber

Fiber glass insulation

20mm Plywood

10mm aluminium cladding

Stainless steel bolt

external aluminium Steel plate cladding Stainless steel RHS bottom bolt plate J2: Timber joist

22mm ‘Structaflor’ ‘Maxispan’ steel joist

ass

20mm plywood ceiling

Steel RHS

Aluminium roof membrane

Stainless steel bolt Plastic pipe

Plywood ceiling

Stainless steel bolt

Steel plate

Plastic casing Screws attaching to timber

DETAIL: EXTERNAL WALL 1 Sprinkler head 1:5

Taut wire

SECTION: INTERNAL WALL 1 1:10

330UC158 22mm Plywood

100mm air gap

Insulation 20mm Plywood 10mm aluminium cladding 22mm ‘Structaflor’

22mm ‘Structaflor’ ‘Maxispan’ steel

Steel RHS

‘Maxispan’ steel joist

Stainless steel bolt J2: Timber joist

S 1:


: FIRE RESISTANT CEILING

SECTION: WINDOW & EXTERNAL LOUVRE 1:5 330UC158

6mm clear glass

22mm ‘Structaflor’

100mm SHS column Timber interior panel

Aluminium sill Aluminium plate

RHS beam

250PFC curved beam Stainless steel bolt

22mm ‘Structaflor’ J1: ‘Maxispan’

Aluminium louvre fitting

Taut wire Steel plate welded to beam & bolted to floor joist 410UB59 painted with Intrumescent paint

‘Maxispan’ steel joist

Rondo

50mm SHS beam

‘Fyrecheck’

CTION: WINDOW & EXTERNAL LOUVRE

Plywood

330UC158

6mm clear glass

22mm ‘Structaflor’

100mm SHS column Timber interior panel

SECTION: FIRE RESISTANT CEILING 1:5

10mm aluminium external cladding

Aluminium sill 410UB59

Aluminium plate

RHS beam

SECTION 1:5

330UC158

RINKLER SYSTEM 250PFC curved beam Stainless steel bolt

Aluminium louvre fitting

Fixed aluminium louvres

22mm ‘Structaflor’ J1: ‘Maxispan’ Taut wire Steel plate welded to beam & bolted to floor joist

‘Maxispan’ steel joist

90RHS ceiling joist

410UB59 painted with Intrumescent paint

50mm SHS beam

Rondo 200UB25

10mm aluminium external cladding

g

‘Fyrecheck’ Plywood

ad

Suspended timber panel

Timber panel

410UB59

Aluminium fitting

330UC158

Stainless steel screw attaching sprinkler system to timber

SECTION: FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM 1:2

80mm external metal deck

Fixed aluminium louvres

NKLER SYSTEM

SECTION: BOX GUTTER DETAIL 1:5 90RHS ceiling joist

200UB25

Stainless steel bolt 25mm

80mm external metal deck

3mm Stainless steel gutter

410UB59 Plastic pipe

RHS

90RHS ceiling joist

Plastic casing

Plastic pipe

Sprinkler head

Plastic casing

200UB25

Screws attaching to timber

Suspended timber panel

Timber panel Sprinkler head Aluminium fitting

Stainless steel screw attaching sprinkler system to timber

80mm external metal deck

SECTION: BOX GUTTER DETAIL :5 80mm external metal deck 90RHS ceiling joist

200UB25

Stainless steel bolt 25mm

SECTION: FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM 1:2

SECTI 1:5

3mm Stainless steel gutter RHS

Plastic pipe Plastic casing Screws attaching to timber Sprinkler head

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Un[earth]

Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh, India Tutor: Mirai Morita 2015

erosion; “the gradual destruction or diminution of something by wind, wate

Unearth is a boutique hotel situated in the historic North Indian city of Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh. The hotel is in a prime location for tourists and those embarking on religious pilgrimages. The inspiration of the design derives from the Paharpur monastery, an ancient 8th century Buddhist learning centre [located not far from Sarnath], which had been forgotten, buried by earth and eroded, before its recent excavation. Key themes arising from studying the monastery include excavation, erosion and layering. As a result the hotel has a close connection to the earth. The ground is excavated to create large crevices of landscaping that the hotel levels are burrowed into. The excavated earth is recycled and is used in the rammed earth external walls and other built up areas of the site. right: An analysis of the original 8th century Paharpur Monastery and its excavated form was conducted which resulted in an experimental abstraction of the monastery; a combination of its original and eroded form, which represented the change and journey it has been through. The contour lines from this experiment were imposed onto the hotel site in Sarnath and guided the program and arrangement of the site. This design process aims to celebrate Sarnath’s past and the importance of its nearby historical sites.

Diagrams: Paharpur Monastery

Site plan


er, or other natural agents.�

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Un[earth]

Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh, India Tutor: Mirai Morita 2015

Section: Larger hotel complex & gymnasium


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Un[earth]

Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh, India Tutor: Mirai Morita 2015

Section: Exclusive private dwellings


Physical Model

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Un[earth]

Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh, India Tutor: Mirai Morita 2015 DETAIL DRAWINGS

ED IRON]

corrugated iron 1:20 RAIN GARDEN & OVERFLOW INLET SECTION 1:10 ROOF IRON] 1:10LOBBY LOBBY ROOF[CORRUGATED [CORRUGATED IRON] joist hanger

1:10 EXTERNAL ROOF SECTION/GUTTER 1

corrugated iron corrugated iron stainless steel bolt stainless steel bolt joist hanger joist hanger

stainless steel bolt

filter

Giant Cane Willow Indian Grass stainless steel waterproofing

overflow standpipe [150mm diameter]

bracket organic mulch

J2

J1

J1 J1

secondary overflow inlet

J1 J1 J1

J1

J2

J1 J1

J1 J1

outflow pipe to lake J1

subsoil

trench dam

timber fascia [bolted to conc. slab & RHS]

50mm bolt

suspended ceiling rammed earth wall

D CONNECTION

1:20 GUTTER 2/RAINWATER CANAL meranti batten

aluminium handrail glass panel

760 760 timber footing panel [1200x220x30] customised welded steel structure

J2

100UB25 rafter fascia board stainless steel gutter 760 760

1:20 FLOOR/CONCR

customised precast concrete block

1:20 1:20GUTTER GUTTER2/RAINWATER 2/RAINWATERCANAL CANAL 1:10 EXTERNAL ROOF SECTION meranti batten J2

1:20 DECKING SECT J2

timber column timberdiameter] column [200mm [200mm diameter] stainless steel customised stainless steel customised plate plate 50mm bolt 50mm bolt steel plate steel plate

1:20 RETAINING WALL

waterproof membrane

J2 1:20 OUTDOOR FLOATING STAIR SECTION

760

760

1:20 CONNECTION concrete base 1:20TIMBER TIMBERCOLUMN COLUMNGROUND GROUND CONNECTION SECTION gravel SECTION timber column timberdiameter] column [200mm [200mm diameter] stainless steel customised stainless steel customised plate J2 plate 50mm bolt 50mm bolt steel plate steel plate 100UB25 rafter stone tile stone tile fascia board [500x500x20] [500x500x20] stainless steel gutter concrete slab concrete slab iron chain sub base sub base

J2 J2

J2

stainless steel customised plate

steel plate concrete slab 150mm concrete slab 150mm suspended ceiling suspended ceiling rammed earth wall rammed earth wall

waterproof membrane

J2

timber fascia timbertofascia [bolted conc. slab & RHS] [bolted to conc. slab & RHS] timber column [200mm diameter]

concrete slab 150mm

J2 J2 J2 J2

100UB25 rafter 100UB25 rafter fascia board fascia board stainless steel gutter stainless steel gutter iron chain iron chain

meranti batten timber planter box waterproof membrane waterproof membrane Sage Bud growing medium gravel

steel bracket

meranti batten 20mm stainless steel bolt

waterproof membrane 1:10 SECTION 50mm drainage pipe 1:10EXTERNAL EXTERNALROOF ROOF SECTION 200mm diameter drainage pipe

J2

J2 J2

150UB14 joist hanger bearer joist hanger 100UB25 rafter to concrete wall] bolt [bearer 100UB25 rafter

joist hanger 100UB25 rafter

drainage pipe

load bearing concrete wall

1:20 BOTTOM LEVE

20mm stainless steel bolt

1:20 ROOF PLAN [meranti timber panels] concrete slab 150mm rainwater canal

rainwater rainwater canal canal

stone pavement concrete footing concrete footing [500x500x20] concrete base

1:20 PATH SECTION

stone pavement sub base[200x200x20]

rainwater canal

400 course bedding 400

concrete base

gravel

stainless steel edging

concrete curb/restraint

steel plate steel plate timber column timber column

50mm stainless steel bolt 50mm stainless steel bolt

1:20 1:20TIMBER TIMBERCOLUMN COLUMNPLAN PLAN

1100

1:20 1:20ROOF ROOFPLAN PLAN [meranti [merantitimber timberpanels] panels]

stone pavement

LEGEND

reinforced concrete footing [1200x600]

JOISTS: J1: RHS 100x45x6 J2: TIMBER BATTEN 55x30

sub base

520 520

stain sta brac br mera me wate wa

J2

J2 meranti batten growing medium

stainless steel grate

J1

1:10 1:10EXTERNAL EXTERNALROO ROO

stone pavement stone pavement [500x500x20] [500x500x20] concrete base concrete base sub base sub base

LEGEND LEGEND

JOISTS: JOISTS: J1: J1:RHS RHS J2: J2:TIMB TIMB

excavated ground

1100 1100

concrete

concr conc


1:10 LEVEL -1 & -2 CEILING/FLOOR DETAIL [CONC. WALL]

1:20 DECKING PLAN

joist hanger

150mm conc

4000x200x20 compressed bamboo deck flashing for decking [timber 2000x20x20 strip]

150

1:20 CEILING/FLOOR

OF SECTION/GUTTER 1 deck

J1

bamboo deck

J1

joist hanger 150mm concrete slab

150UB14 bearer

ainless steel waterproofing racket

150

eranti batten

NG/FLOOR aterproof membrane

TION

flashing for decking [timber 2000x20x20 strip]

J1

nails

J1

J1

suspended ceiling [plaster]

J1

bamboo deck

J1

J1

1:10 LOBBY ROOF [CORRUGATED IRON]

J1

joist hanger 15mm steel mesh cage reinforcement

load bearing concrete wall

steel mesh cage reinforcement

150mm concrete slab

bamboo deck bamboo deckjoist hanger

J1

J1

bamboo deck

bamboo deck 1:10 joist hanger LEVEL -1 & -2 CEILING/FLOOR [CONC. WALL] 15mm steel meshDETAIL cage reinforcement

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corrugated iron stainless steel bolt

150UB14 bearer

J2

joist hanger

150mm concrete slab

J1

150

rammed earth wall

suspended ceiling [plaster]

ligh

100UB25 rafter

150UB14 bearer

fascia board

J1

150mm concrete slab

J1

J1

stainless steel gutter

J1

J1

sus 20m

15mm steel mesh cage reinforcement

RETE COLUMN

1:20 FLOOR/RAMMED EARTH WALL

150UB14 bearer rammed earth wall

150UB14 bearer

rammed earth wall

J1

rammed earth wall

lighting fixture [downlight MONDIAL 50]

J1

suspended plaster ceiling 20mm

J1

J1

150mm concrete slab

J1

15mm steel mesh cage reinforcement

R/RAMMED EARTH WALL meranti batten

bamboo deck

150UB14 bearer

joist hanger

rammed earth wall rammed earth wall

waterproof membrane

150mm concrete slab

concrete slab 150mm suspended ceiling rammed earth wall

J1

J2 15mm steel mesh cage reinforcement rammed earth wall

stainless steel customised plate

rammed earth wall

bamboo deck

150UB14 bearer

: stabilising plants & rocks S 100x45x6 BER BATTEN 55x30 J1 J1 J1

760

concrete slab

J1

J1

J1

J1

J1

1:10 LEVEL -2 & -3 CEILING/FLOOR DETAIL [RAMMED EARTH WALL]

bolt [bearer to concrete footing] bamboo deck

J1

J1

expansion anchor with tie-wire head J2 [attach to conc. sla taut wire threaded eyehook suspended plaster ceiling 20mm

100UB25 rafter fascia board stainless steel gutter iron chain

sub base

150UB14 bearer

rammed earth wall

J1

150UB14 bearer

50mm bolt 1:10 LEVEL -2steel&plate -3 CEILING/FLOOR DETAIL stone tile [RAMMED EARTH WALL] [500x500x20]

bolt [bearer to concrete footing]

joist hanger

J1

1:20 GUTT

timber column [200mm diameter]

bamboo deck

D

crete

1:20 TIMBER J1 J1 COLUMN GROUND CONNECTION SECTION

J1

J1

150mm concrete slab

EL DECKING & FOOTING DETAIL

1

bamboo dec

lighting fixture

expansion anchor with tie-wire head [attach to conc. slab] taut wire threaded eyehook

LEGEND J1: RHS 100x45x6

suspended plaster ceiling 20mm

rainwater canal

J1 520

LEGEND J1: RHS 100x45x6

concrete footing

concrete slab [tapered] concrete footing [refer to engineer documentation] 15mm steel mesh cage reinforcement

rammed earth

concrete 400

3mm waterproof membrane sub base

steel plate

concrete slab [tapered] concrete footing [refer to engineer documentation] 15mm steel mesh cage reinforcement

rammed earth

concrete

timber column

3mm waterproof membrane sub base

50mm stainless steel bolt

1:20 TIMBER COLUMN PLAN

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Number ‘2’ with Nature Mt Barker, South Australia Tutor: Dr. Jo Russell Clarke 2015

Very little development has occurred to the park site in the past, and ‘Number 2 with Nature’ will create a point of interest and a much needed meeting hub for the area. The project aims to accommodate the general public and specifically the elderly and those effected by bowel cancer or bowel complications. Resulting from the main themes of disgust and confrontation the design scheme uses curiosity and humour, bringing to the surface embarrassing bodily function issues that are usually brushed under the carpet. In this way the park may open up a dialogue for people suffering with bowel issues more comfortably communicate their situation to others. This aspect in itself is a preventative measure for bowel cancer and linked conditions. The informative nature of the park will encourage those to seek help if experiencing symptoms linked to poor bowel health. The park will provide opportunities for active and passive recreation and involve the surrounding community by incorporating local food stalls and hosting community events. It will also create vital links for local pedestrians and cyclists. Environmentally sensitive, the park incorporates ‘water sensitive urban design’ principles and promotes the utilisation of recycled grey water for irrigation. It also will improve the local biodiversity of the area, encouraging native flora and fauna species.

Bristol Stool Chart:

1_

hard lumps

2_

lumpy sausage

3_

cracked sausage

4_

smooth sausage

5_

soft blobs

6_

fluffy pieces

7_

watery


Diagram: Bowel cancer cells inform design

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Number ‘2’ with Nature Mt Barker, South Australia Tutor: Dr. Jo Russell Clarke 2015

Site plan

‘Watery’ and ‘fluffy’ zone


left: Texture diagrams (aligning with bristol stool chart) are mapped as part of site analysis, pixilated and informs where texture ‘zones’ appear in the park.

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Alight

Mangaliliu, Vanuatu Tutor: Phil Harris 2015 During a two week trip to Vanuatu, the proposal for a tourist shelter, boat ramp and toilet block was designed for the traditional village of Mangaliliu on the island of Efate. The design was inspired by the natural elements, textures and beauty existing on the site including rocks, forest and ocean. It was also inspired by traditional construction techniques and materials used all over the island. It is proposed that Vanuatu builders will construct and maintain the stuctures. The leaf-like shape roof for the toilets and shelter was designed through handson epxerimentation and a series of 1:1 models, using young bamboo and cane grass thatching. Designed to blend into the landscape the structure is temporary and can withstand heavy rainfall, but when at risk of cyclone weather can be easily taken down and stored away. Held up by the surrounding trees, the dense trees also become the walls of the shelter and existing rocks on site are utilised for the boat ramp and shelter seating.

Longitudinal Section

1m

2m

5m

‘B O T L A N D I N G’ ROCKS ON ROCKS

Existing rock

LOW TIDE

HIGH TIDE

BEACH

‘S E L T A’ LEAVES ON LEAVES DIRT ROAD ENTRANCE

‘T O E L E T’

sarong door

bamboo framed screen with dried palm leaves waste pipe to biogas tank

Biogas tank

stone wall 300x1000 bucket for flushing

planting to provide privacy

LOCAL PEDESTRIAN ROUTE TOILET ZOOM-IN


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Site Plan 1:500

Plan 1:100 bathroom active lounge study computer room maintenance

artment circulation

n space/communal areas

cafe/dining exercise room lobby green space

Catch

Kintore ave, Adelaide Tutor: Mirai Morita 2014

Primary vehicle movement Primary pedestrian movement Altered road conditions

New plantings

Site Plan 1:500

Plan 1:100

Catch is an aggregated system of student living apartments creating unique living areas by directing and capturing light in and around the apartments. The differing orientation of the apartments, time of day and location of the aggregation was paramount when considering the organisation of the apartments and designing the communal spaces. Each apartment provides a unique feel, with different quality of light, mood and tone at different times of the day. Similar to the way crystals behave, the apartments have a close relationship to catching and reflecting light, as well as a close relationship with the ground. The apartments follow the contours of the site, each one nestled into the ground, reflecting how a crystal would attach itself to a rock.

Kintore Avenue and Victoria Drive will be transformed to provide a more pedestrian focused precinct. View from River Torrens

Interior view Axonometric

Axonometric View from River Torrens

Interior view

Study Booth

Garden Garden

Active Lounge

Seating Area Coffee Shop

Bathroom

Courtyard

Lawn

Vegetable Garden Outdoor Coffee Shop Area

Longitudinal Section Semi-private Garden

Active Lounge

Section 1:200

Section 1:200 Bathroom

Study Lounge

Garden Study Lounge

Garden

Garden

Seating Area Semi-private Courtyard

Lawn

Plan 1:100


Lawn

Study Lounge

Garden Study Lounge

Garden

Garden

Seating Area Semi-private Courtyard

Lawn

Aggregation form & common spaces

Aggregation form & common spaces

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Catch

Kintore ave, Adelaide Tutor: Mirai Morita 2014

Axonometric

Study Booth

Garden Garden

Active Lounge

Seating Area Coffee Shop

Bathroom

Lawn

Vegetable Garden Outdoor Coffee Shop Area Semi-private Garden

Bathroom

Study Loung

Garden Study Lounge Garden

Seating Area

Lawn

Ground Plan 1:100 floor plan: detail


Classroom

Courtyard

Study Area/Entrance

Active Lounge

ge

Garden

Semi-private Courtyard

3D printed model

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Soar

Saudi Arabia Tutor: Dr. Margit Brünner 2013 A desert airport located in Saudi Arabia. Experiments including drawing blind folded “drawing what you hear” and drawing how you feel were undertaken and characters were obtained. The series of experimentational hand drawings were ‘distilled’ and traced over one another to create 3 “characters”. These characters were combined in drawing and through physical models to create architectural form.

Office drawing


above: Crane drawings left: Blindfold drawing

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Soar

Saudi Arabia Tutor: Dr. Margit Brünner 2013

Stage 1: Bird drawing

Stage 3: Distilled “Three Characters” drawing

Stage 2: Overlayed drawi

Stage 5: Final section


ings

Stage 4: Conceptual model derived from “three characters�

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Urban Wilderness River Torrens Precinct, Adelaide Tutor: Dr. Jo Russell Clarke 2013

An urban design proposal designed to revitilise the River Torrens precinct as part of a greater plan to create a vibrant Adelaide. The proposal consists of a wetland which plans to restore the River Torrens to a more natural state, an underwater aquarium linking the two sides of the river, and a Eucalyptus forest which links the elements of the precinct together. The forest is made up of tree and bush species native to the Adelaide plains. Dense eucalyptus trees create opportunities for sky-walks and zip lining as alternative ways to navigate through the city of Adelaide.

Image: Zip lining


Image: Tree-top circulation

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Urban Wilderness River Torrens Precinct, Adelaide Tutor: Dr. Jo Russell Clarke 2013

above: Aquarium & stepping stone entrance right: Wetland and zip lining


above: Physical model

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Other Explorations Animal studies

Sepia Ink drawing 150x220

Ink drawing 350x297


Acrylic on wood 300x450

Acrylic & Ink 297x420

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Other Explorations

Oil pastel & Acrylic on canvas 1200x1200

Chalk on paper 297x420


Acrylic on paper 297x420

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R E S U M E GEORGIA HOCKING // Architect Graduate M: 0439 840 656 E: georgia.hocking@student.adelaide.edu.au

WORK EXPERIENCE

PROGRAM

2016: HASSELL, Adelaide Photo montages, rendering & physical model making.

2015: JPE Studio, Adelaide Drafting work and photoshop rendering, primarily for landscape projects including Adelaide City Council Parklands proposals. 2014: Woods Bagot, Adelaide Concept design, photoshop rendering & model making for New Mayfield hotel & apartment project, concept design for Glenelg Jetty proposal. 2014: DKJ Architecture, Darwin Observing start up meetings, concept design and client pitch for Palmerston Special School alongside Brown Falconer & Thomson Rossi Architects. 2014: GHD, Adelaide Autocad drafting, Revit models, photoshop rendering & Sketchup & Lumion modelling for Argo Norwood project & rural SA landscaping proposal

OTHER EXPERIENCES 2015: Vanuatu Troppo Architects/Adelaide University Vanuatu Offshore studio: Cultural design studio/humanitarian trip 2014: Nepal Architects Without Frontiers/Aussie Action Abroad: Humanitarian Trip

AWARDS 2015 Marcs Andreas Agapitos Michael Scholarship in Architecture 2015 John Walter Prize for Design 2014 The Lysaght Award for Outstanding Achievement 2014 The Phil Nayda Architecture Prize

EMPLOYM

2016 Septe Domenico A

2012 - pres Somerton S

2011 - pres Fun in Swim 2012-2014 SA Aquatic teacher

EDUCATIO

GRADUATE Adelaide Un Masters of GRADUATE Adelaide Un Bachelor of GRADUATE Concordia C Year 12 SAC


MS Autocad Revit Illustrator Photoshop Rhino Sketchup Indesign Maxwell Render

above: ‘Catch’ Student accomodation

MENT HISTORY

QUALIFICATIONS

ember - present Allgretto Architecture - Architectural Draftsperson

Responsible Service of Alcohol Certificate Responsible Person Bronze Medallion First Aid certificate Austswim License

sent Surf Life Saving Club - Functions Person in Charge (RP)

sent mming Swim School (FINS)- Swimming instructor & Leisure Centre - Birthday party host/Aquatic Education

ON HISTORY

ED 2016: niversity Architecture ED 2014: niversity f Architectural Design ED 2011: College CE [merit Modern History]

REFEREES 1. Mirai Morita: Architect & University Lecturer [OMA] 0864776000 mirai.morita@adelaide.edu.au 2. Steve Grieve: Director & University Lecturer [Grieve Gillett Dimitty Andersen Architects] 8232 3626 steve.grieve@adelaide.edu.au 3. Susie Quinton: Landscape Architect [HASSELL, Adelaide] 8220 5000 squinton@hassellstudio.com

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