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RECENT WORKS 2015 - 2018

Isabella Etna


Algorythmic sketches, Studio Air, 2016 (Grasshopper, Rhino and Vray)


CONTENTS

1.0 ARCHITECTURE STUDIOS 1.1 Studio Fire: Equilibrium, University High School 1.2 Studio Earth: Co-existent (closed to open loop cycle), Herring Island 1.3 Studio Air: Catalytic Chambers, Merri Creek

2.0 URBAN DESIGN STUDIOS

2.1 Urban Precinct Studio: Altona North Precinct Structure Plan 2.2 Introduction to Urban Planning and Design: Floating Platforms

3.0 CONSTRUCTION & FABRICATION

3.1 Urban Design Studies: Il Duomo, Firenze 3.2 Construction Design: Western BACE, 6 Degrees 3.3 GET BENT! Summer Workshop, MSD

4.0 WORK EXPERIENCE 4.1 Mitre 10, Hopper Crossing 4.2 Docklands Radio Project .

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PART 1 ARCHITECTURE STUDIOS

1.1 Studio Fire: Equilibrium, University High School 1.2 Studio Earth: Co-existent (closed to open loop cycle), Herring Island 1.3 Studio Air: Catalytic Chambers, Merri Creek

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1.1 EQUILIBRIUM

(2017) 2017- Individual

Architecture of phase change and free energy

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Exterior Render (Cinema 4d, Octane and Photoshop)

ABPL30037 STUDIO FIRE| INDIVIDUAL


The design proposal of Equilbrium at University High interprets the idea of trapped energy and its emancipation expressed in new built forms. Like the free energy principle defined by Professor Richard Feynman the materiality of the extension to the existing structure will be determined by phase change in transition. The evolution of building forms is a narrative about the release of trapped energy and its chaotic phase change from gas to liquid to solid state. Accordingly the proposed building will comprise a sequence of floating atmospheres resting eccentrically on a self determined structural programme. The subject site provides its unique geometric circumstances as an archive of building forms whose sequential evolution and internal design present the wrong morphology needed in the 21st Century for advanced learning. Their exterior embellishment is foreign to the imperatives that will advance new methods of learning in the 21st Century and beyond. The historic narrative of buildings consists of solid forms fixed to the ground plane that obstruct the spatial flow of all energy. My observations conclude that the conventional models for education and learning within the sites institutional buildings have become redundant.

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Renders (Photoshop, Cinema 4d and Octane)

Interior Renders (Cinema 4d, Octane and Photoshop) Like a series of layers that create experience, the building consists of curriculum and non curriculum spatial incidences for learning. The non curriculum spaces comprise of convivial and open social spaces including transitional spaces (stairs, corridors, breakout spaces) which are free of the cognitive focus required of spaces predetermined by the curriculum. The ontological pathways, interstitial spaces of form and occupied space, are an expression of the psychological freedom that the site is calling for. In this way transitional spaces are the redemption of the geometric contradictions of the site.

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Section AA (Rhino, Illustrator, Photoshop)


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SITE PLAN

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The curriculum requires a library destination. I proposed to demarcate the book stack as a free standing form which is independent to the study zones. The book stack is an expression of the manual sorting process for books that cycle from ending to return, like a search engine. The moveable screens and two levels centralise the stacks and allow the library to be used after hours. The library is defined by the central nexus stacks, where the open space plan revolves. In the library I have broken down the traditional rows of desks into snowflake clusters of six to nine individuals .

OUTRIGGERS AND GL PORTAL FRAMES

EFTE CUSHION ENVELOPE

GL PORTAL TO CONCRETE RING BEAM CONNECTION DETAIL

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1.2 COEXISTENT 2015

ABPL20027 STUDIO EARTH | INDIVIDUAL

The brief was to design something like a pavilion

Concept model 1:250

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My architectural expression suggests a disclosure of a truth about the natural order, also hidden from plain sight but observable through a parallax event. The parallax is achieved by employing two 3D animations, the inflating pneumatic spheres, that occur simultaneously at a convergence point, the water box. Whereby the expanding volumes, the simultaneous occurrence of balloon deflation and water displacement coerce the traveller to witness a central displacement event. It is the construction of an artificial mirage; a superior image within a naturally occurring event of atmospheric refraction, like an optic lensing technique that can visualise the coexistence of mutual but exclusive dimensions. In following the observable narrative of the site I have created a subjective narrative in order to approximate the site. By relying on mechanisms that are unique to the site; I remained faithful to the fluid dynamic characteristics of the site. The secret is in the revealing the interaction between the open to closed loop phenomenon.

Provisions for amenities, and a technical and sound room have also been catered for in the design. The bathrooms’s are located at the South East access to the flyover pathway. The technical and sound room are located underneath the constructed mirage.

Design site model 1:1000

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ARCHITECTURAL INCURSION EVENT Creates an artificial mirage of naturally occuring phenomena (superior image) by representing the co-existence of CLOSED LOOP cycles to OPEN LOOP cycles

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ECOSYSTEM TWO Site specific bio-morphic cycles restore CLOSED LOOP fluid dynamic Introduction of the M1 Freeway and periphery bike paths are an OPEN LOOP thermodynamic plane

1934 NATURAL INUNDATION EVENT OPEN LOOP fluid dynamic replaces closed loop fluid dynamic

1928+ ECOSYSTEM ONE Site specific bio-morphic cycles and fluid dynamic system occur as a CLOSED LOOP

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CLOSED LOOP: INCURSION EVENT Civil works create a unique disconnected thermal landmass and a closed loop fluid dynamic

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Site analysis diagrams (Rhino and Illustrator)

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Section AA (Rhino and Photoshop)


Perspective (Rhino and Photoshop)

Perspective (Rhino and Photoshop)

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ABPL30048 STUDIO AIR | GROUP

1.3 CATALYTIC CHAMBERS BIOREMEDIATION PODS 2016 Robotic Fabrication studio using ABB Robots with hot wire cutter attachment. Created in collaboration with Teo Jia Jin 1 CHAMBER

CATALYTIC CHAMBERS consists of water purification in three elevated algae ponds acting as a kinetic filtering installation and as a working metaphor for the natural world. The brief of this project was to create vertical transportation by any means. By introducing an artificial micro climate, CATALYTIC CHAMBERS creates a local variation that can restore and improve an imbalance to the riverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bio-organic diversity. It is relies on automated hydrology and the natural processes of microbes to absorb contaminants in water, and the high flow rate observed at this point on the Merri Creek. By introducing an artificial micro climate, CATALYTIC CHAMBERS creates a local variation that can restore and improve an imbalance to the riverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bio-organic diversity. An uninterrupted conduct, the reticulation of water, and microbial processes that occur in the chamber act to absorb contaminants found detected the flow. In doing so concentration of contaminants are diluted. By sequencing the elevated algae ponds as a series of catalytic chambers arrayed in three stages, the suspended liquid chambers return water to a purified state in the form of a droplet release. Each chamber is an emulsified membrane suspended within a network of pipes and held in place by a flexible ring frame. Each ring of the installation can be accessed separately by a pulley system that will lower the structure to an accessible point on the river bank for maintenance.

Exploded axonometric (Grasshopper, Rhino, Photoshop)

2 RING STRUCTURE + INTERMEDIATE PIPES

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Plant roots provide a very large surface area for nutrients to be absorbed.

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Site Plan (Rhino, Photoshop)

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Textured interior provides an increased surface area so that there are greater chances for cultivated microbial growth.

A sticky bio film complex mass of micro-organisms covering the roots help trap the particles and absorbs nutrients from the water.


Render showing members of the community group â&#x20AC;&#x153;Water Watchâ&#x20AC;?interacting with Catalytic Chambers (Rhino, Vray and Photoshop)

Believing in the potential of architecture to catalyse change, CATALYTIC CHAMBERS addresses the future relationship of architecture and science as a real time feed back loop. However, this revitalisation project will not succeed without the engagement of the local community through accessible volunteer programmes that have a far reach in the community. Our design is premised on the engagement of Waterwatch, a programme launched in conjunction with the Australian government that relies on a non discriminator pool of local volunteers to conduct water quality tests with specially designed kits, and submit these findings to the Environmental Protection Agency. Such participatory programmes ensure the preservation of cities from local to global scales.

Overlapping ring beams ensure that water purification is maximised in the structure (Rhino and Photoshop)

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ABPL30048 STUDIO AIR | GROUP

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT & FABRICATION CATALYTIC CHAMBERS is a proposition for a staged low tech impact installation to remediate the length of the Merri Creek that flows north of Melbourne. It is a new speculative architectural project designed for the Merri Creek in Clifton Hill, however has far reaching applications for open and closed waterways, public health, and cities around the world. Initial concept research was focused around consultations with industry experts in Chemistry, published literature, and our own experiments which ultimately shaped the form of the pod.

Testing optimal diversion method

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Using grasshopper to design ring structure (Grasshopper)

Testing optimal surface conditions for microbial growth


1. VERTICAL CUT

Fabrication involved dividing the complete pod geometry into smaller parts. A robotic arm hot wire cut was conducted in three stages as shown above. To prepare the foam we cut a 100mm sheet down to size and adhesed three blocked together to achieve the correct height. The following pseudo code will detail the operations that were executed by the robot::

3. JITTER

2. CHAMFER

Teach ABB Robot reference frame on the mount, the position of the block. Move robot to approach frame. Adjust speed. Robot moves through frames of "Vertical Cut". Robot to withdraw frame. Person removes cut piece from enclosure and ensures remaining foam is fixed in place. Repeat for Chamfer and Jitter.

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PART 2 URBAN PLANNING & DESIGN STUDIOS 2.1 Urban Precinct Studio: Altona North Precinct Structure Plan 2.2 Introduction to Urban Planning and Design: Floating Chlorophylic Platforms

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ABPL30060 URBAN PRECINCT STUDIO| GROUP ANALYSIS

2.1 ALTONA NORTH P.S.P 2017 BROOKLYN

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NEWPORT LAKES RESERVE

WESTGATE FREEWAY

SPOTSWOOD STATION

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In 2008 the Hobsons Bay Industrial Land Management Strategy identified this site, Precinct 15, as one of nine Strategic Redevelopment Areas selected in Hobsons Bay (HBCC 2008). SRAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s were selected based on their potential to introduce new land uses, subject to the protection of the rights of existing industrial uses. The Altona North Precinct is prime for a significant regeneration project of Industrial land in close proximity to the CBD.

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Health and learning facilities

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Green corridor and traffic node vision- located at orange marker in Axo (Photoshop)


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Vision Statement: Altona North will be a new central neighbourhood activity center in Hobsons Bay where public life is centred around a vibrant tranport networks and landmark public facilities,, to encourage a new a new local economy. The plan is based on improving the gap in facilities in the area and extending existing transport networks, The Federation bicycle trail, to support the Metropolian vision for a multi modal tranport network, with integrated cycle and pedestrian networks in neighbourhoods as well as on the metropolitan scale.By adaptively reusing the existing buildings the new neighbourhood character will leverage off the unique industrial history and will forge an integral part of character of the renwed site. Water sensitive planning and design concepts will provide built and natural environment to meet the needs of current and future population in the West.

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ABPL20049 INTRO. TO UPD| INDIVIDUAL

2.2 CHLOROPHYLIC FLOATING PLATFORMS NORTH MELBOURNE 2016

My proposal postulates an integrated system between materials and their approximate context. I propose a system of elevated, interconnected platforms that dissolve the status of extruded building forms based on the existing geometric logic. This space will perform as a new tye of public space. In utilising obsolete surfaces to generate clean energy through chlorophylic processes, this urban space can “perform” a function that extends beyonds it’s original purpose (Ng & Patel, 2013) and provide a valuable source of free energy to the community. This proposal is based on a speculative power generating system involving the photosynthesis of plants and frames this future technology in an urban context. This suggests how integrating community public space with a performance oriented space can be successful in an urban context in Melbourne. Chlorophyll is the integral part of this energy generating process. Chlorophyll is vital for photosynthesis, which allows plants to absorb energy from light (Wikepedia, 2016).

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SITE PLAN

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East Elevation (Rhino and Photoshop)

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Diagram showing how plants (or surfaces covered with plants) could be use to generate power through the natural process of photosynthesis.

Site vision (Rhino, Grasshopper, Photoshop)

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PART 3 CONSTRUCTION & FABRICATION STUDIOS 3.1 Urban Design Studies: Il Duomo, Firenze 3.2 Construction Design: Western BACE, 6 Degrees 3.3 GET BENT! Summer Workshop, MSD

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3.1 IL DUOMO, FIRENZE 2016

Physical model (Boxboard) A volumetric study of urban public space

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ABPL20037 URBAN DESIGN STUDIES | INDIVIDUAL


max, fix PU1 to RB2 using 25 x 1.00 BMT STRAP BRACE with 2-12g x35 Colourbond Dune at 1.5 degrees pitch � WH-083: PFC screws each end, nail flange to RB2 with 75 long batten screw each � PK1: 45 x 90 MGP12 BATTENS @ 900 cts max � WPU-010: Purlin side BG1: 600 mm wide folded aluminium box gutter with Dune Colour� WRB-014: 380x 90 x 17.5 PFC ABPL30041 CONSTRUCTION DESIGN | INDIVIDUAL � FA1: 150 x 75 PFC Fascia column bond flashing TC1: Timber cladding 1 � soffit linings in pergola, Cedar Sales, 40 x 40mm Western Red Cedar, seasoned and dressed all round, BRIDGE FLOOR SYSTEM clear penetrating oil seal, Seal: PF20 CP4: Cast in plate (CP4 Ctr'l on edge) 1B2: 300x 90 PFC hot dipped galvanised � AR1: 100 x 100 x 10 angle iron � FC1: 150 PFC � 1FJ1: 150 x 50 x 3 RHS hot dipped galvanise eSteel in accordance with AS/NZS 4792:2006 � CJ4: 100 x 50 x 3 RHS hot dipped galvanise eSteel in accordance with AS/NZS 4792:2006, prov required � TR1: 380 x 90 x 17.5 PFC bottom and top ch accordance with AS/NZS 4792:2006 TR2: Diagonal chord: 200x100x5 RHS C450LO � PU3: C150 15 roof purlin @900 cts max TD1: Timber decking 1, Urban Salvage 135 x 3 ted Gum (no red tones), Class 1 or 2 exterior grade Seal: PF20 (clear penetrating seal)

3.2 WESTERN BACE, 6 DEGREES 2017

FF FLOOR SYSTEM

� First Floor is designed for 3.00 kN/m2 live � HC01 and HC02: Hollow core Plank facbricat design for 4kPa live load according to 13014-S102 CP4: Floor tile Ontera �Envisions IBC� cut pile 457.2mm x 7.3mm tiles, Polymer fibreglass reinforc tent. Colour: 846 Olive, Linear installation pattern, tent not to exceed 50g/L and manufacturer�s reco

GF EXTERIOR WALL

� BW1: Boral� Designer Block� hollow core con mortar joints, Interior: 90 mm deep (100 full block), N12 reinforcement bars @ 400 cts each way, concre � BW2: feature concrete block pattern - Bor crete block, smooth face. MC 1: Archclad 297mm x 7mm clading. Cladding s 50MPa strength. MC1 cladding (to achieve total R6.0 EX: Insulation � external walls, Kingspan �Ko 80mm thick, R4.0 minimum Insulation � external wall 20mm R2.4 wall board in cavity, install with recomm GR1: C100 12, 102 x 51x 1.2 @ 600 CTS, Cold fo by OneSteel in accordance with AS/NZS 4600 FC1: 100 x 75 PFC

GF INTERNAL FINISHES

� CN3: polished concrete exposed aggregate aggregate concrete range, 32Mpa strength concret Star, Mechanically hone 3-5mm off surface to expo manufacturer, R10 slip resistance. Finish: 30% glos R10.Seal: PF25 � PLY2: Austral Plywoods �A-C Exterior Gra exposed, 19mm thick, butt joined Seal: PF22, Staine

FOUNDATION + FOOTING SYSTEM

� MC: 15mPa mass concrete poured to rock be � PF1: Concrete Pad Footing with capacity of bottom @250 cts max each way, N16 bars top @ 250 � SF: 450 wide strip footing 600 min 4-L12 to ligatures and ties. � PC 12: Type B column manufactured offsite All reinforcement to be 40 cover under and over (U mPa after 28 days of curing and 25 mPa minimum at columns shall be lifted by an approved craneage co construction. � CB: slab to be formed over 100mm layer of � SL: Exposed aggregate suspended slab, inof 600 micro strand with compressive strength of gregate slab to be hy-tec GREEN STAR special clas 71% coarse aggregate. SL72 top mesh, SL92 bottom on 0.2 polythene membrane. . Form-work provision

SOIL CONDITIONS Axonometric (Autocad)

Earthworks shall be completed in accordance with A for residential and commercial developments: 0.15m: Clayey SILT, red brown some BASALT MOIST -SOIL MOISTURE) � 0.6m: Silty CLAY, red/brown, high plasticity SOIL MOISTURE) � 0.9m: Extremely highly weathered BASALT, > 0.9m: BASALT ROCK

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3.3 LOOP LAMP 2017 Lamp made of steam bent timber, 3D printed joints and lampshade of pink perspex

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GET BENT MSD SUMMER WORKSHOP| INDIVIDUAL


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PART 4 WORK EXPERIENCE SUPPORTING SENIOR DOCUMENTERS 4.1 Update floor plans and document wall openings to existing concrete warehouse for prefab manufacturing, Hoppers Crossing 4.2 Commercial fit out for vacant premises, Docklands

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DEMOLISH EXG. GARDEN CENTRE FENCING AND STRUCTURE

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Fractal artwork ‘“Älien World”, early computational model made in Mandelbulb 3D, 2014

Isabella Etna Architecture Portfolio 2015-2018 (University of Melbourne)  
Isabella Etna Architecture Portfolio 2015-2018 (University of Melbourne)  
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