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FLOW OF REVERIE PORTFOLIO 2019

TEOH MING MING | MUNCHY


“ORGANIZING AND ESTABLISHING FINDING ARCHITECTRAL” ORDERED MECHANISM

“Organizing and Establishing” are two architectural terms which can represent my creative work well, for my design process which can help me recognize the different in existing factors, draw the relation between their variety and complexity and materialize the difference and relation through ordered mechanism. Accordingly when begin to design, I always try to find out and perceive “force” at the present situation. Through the abstract and conceptual words or environment metaphors existing in reality, once I analyse the properties and also gradually clarity the image.


CONTENTS

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INTERPRETATION AND RE-INTERPRETATION

CONTEXTUAL STUDIES •

Interpretation: Fundamental Research

Re-Interpretation: Building as a Machine

Contextual Dissection: Urban Mapping Site’s Synergy

• Conceptual Site Planning

ACADEMY OF AQUEOUS ECOLOGIES: AQUACULTURE • Building Strategy

• Functional Space • Technical and Detail Strategy


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INTERPRETATION: FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH

Starting the semester with equip with the

fundamental theories and knowledge with regards to what aquaculture is and the various aquaculture methods that currently exists (preferably In South East Asia). Main purpose of this assignment is to understand the different kind of purpose, methods and systems used in the industry of aquaculture.

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INTERPRETATION AND RE-INTERPRETATION


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FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH: CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM

Raceway system designed in such way that no water is stagnant at any time in the fish pond. If the water stops flowing, it collects dirt, debris and feces, which may become toxic for the fish, or may cause diseases. Due to the depth of the canals and ponds, fish have less access to oxygen and tend to produce more waste than normal farmed fish as they grow, and so the pond size has to be increased as the fish grow bigger. i) SERIAL REUSE AQUACULTURE SYSTEM

Serial reuse raceways are sequential rectangular rearing units commonly used during fish rearing, particular with trout. Water enters an up per raceway section and is used for fish production before subsequent discharge into a sequentially lower raceway section.

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INTERPRETATION AND RE-INTERPRETATION

Dam board screen Screen


ii) IN-POND RACEWAY SYSTEM

The In-Pond Raceway System as a strategy to increase fish production with reduced the environmental impact. IPRS’s concept is to concentrate fed fish in cells or “raceways” within pond and provide them with constant water circulation to maintain optimal water quality and to improve feed management.

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ii) RACEWAY SYSTEM (ALGAE)

Potential to combat global energy crisis, malnutrition, and production of several value added products useful for mankind. Shallow artificial pond (0.3m deep) used in the cultivation of algae. Channel designed similar to an automotive raceway circuit. Use paddle wheels to make the water flow continuously around the circuit.

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INTERPRETATION AND RE-INTERPRETATION


ii) RACEWAY SYSTEM (ALGAE)

Potential to combat global energy crisis, malnutrition, and production of several value added products useful for mankind. Shallow artificial pond (0.3m deep) used in the cultivation of algae. Channel designed similar to an automotive raceway circuit. Use paddle wheels make the water flow continuously around the circuit.

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INTERPRETATION AND RE-INTERPRETATION


01b

RE-INTERPRETATION: BUILDING AS A MACHINE

From the understanding and knowledge

in task 01b, to diagrammatize the understanding which will then be converted into a conceptual + compact architectural system mimicking the understanding of the system. Main in this task is to highlight on the objectivities of the design, and the functional interrelationships between the different components that composes itself as part of the system.

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INTERPRETATION AND RE-INTERPRETATION


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RE-INTERPRETATION : CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM

AQUA ALTERATION Land is becoming scarce as the world's population grows and environmental changes have shrink the amount of livable space on Earth. Thinking a creative way by “building up”. To design a better and sustainable system, stacking up layer by layer of the tanks. By this way, can use a small scale of land to breed and grow fish. To create the natural water flow, applying “law of physic” by creating the motion of perpetual rather than using machine. Next intension of the design is to grow BIGGER fish. Raceway system is limiting factor in fish growth. Tank size does not cause these problems by itself. Need to consider more than just length. Some fish are very tall, need a deeper tank to grow it better. DESIGN PROGRESS (SKETCHES)

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INTERPRETATION AND RE-INTERPRETATION


AQUA ALTERATION MODEL

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CONTEXTUAL STUDIES:

CONTEXTUAL DISSECTION | SITE SYNERGY

Task 02a will exploring series of map-able topics to develop a shareable knowledge-base for the benefit of all student. To more understanding the site (Pulau Indah, Selangor, Malaysia) and it‘s diverse composition of layers, students are to dissect and do a mapping of the assigned topic.

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the task 02a, have other assignment which to site recollection or catalog the essential by exploring the soul and the intangibility aspects of the site.

CONTEXTUAL STUDIES :02


CONTEXTUAL DISSECTION: URBAN MAPPING

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Pulau Indah, Selangor, Malaysia, is a propose site for this semester 6 design. This site, Pulau Indah is a island with combination of marina and flora life. A town which build with kampong houses and new building developments. In the task, I have in charge in figure ground / building footprint. Pulau Indah, is developed with industrial estates, commercial developments, a Free Zone and a container terminal while the southern side retains some tranquil villages and is developing its mangrove coast as an eco-tourism attraction. Building footprint Future / New development Site outlines Propose site outlines Site A and B boundary CONTEXTUAL STUDIES :02


CONTEXTUAL DISSECTION: SITE SYNERGY

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This task is to site recollection/catalog is essential to explore the soul and the intangibility aspects of the site. Apart from the urban layer mapping that has been done previously. In this task I have express by using architectural aspect. First, in the photo I will like to express it not necessary to have solid concrete or processed materials wall, with planed greenery also can be a great and sustainable walls. The photo named, “green pathway�. As in the photo shown, oil palm trees arrange systematically can be a great sustainable walls.

CONTEXTUAL STUDIES :02


CONTEXTUAL DISSECTION: SITE SYNERGY

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Second photo is same aspect as the previous work, but with water element. The photo named, “walking the water path”. Water is like a natural material which give a slow, soft and relax feel. Water is a popular and important element to architecture.

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CONTEXTUAL DISSECTION: SITE SYNERGY

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Third photo named as “feel the texture, experience the shadow”, which in the photo want to let people to feel and imagine the texture shadow. In the photo with layers of fish net create different shadow feeling. In the same time, sun path is also one of the element which effect the imagination of shadow to people.

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CONTEXTUAL DISSECTION: SITE SYNERGY

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Fourth photo named as “imagine juxtaposition�, which in the photo is a dark tunnel with a bright opening. From the title, this photo want to let people the feeling of contrast of darkness and brightness of a space. Besides, this photo also want to let people to imagine themselves what the opposite side of the tunnel is like. Different people have different imagination which this is the main idea of the photo.

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CONTEXTUAL DISSECTION: SITE SYNERGY

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Fifth photo named as “all angles form”, which in the photo is a boat with a low angle. This is to show from different angle, which can be see different shape / form of an object. An object form different views can give different idea or inspiration to people. This idea to apply into design so when designing a project, we need imagine or think from all angles.

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CONTEXTUAL DISSECTION: SITE SYNERGY

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Last photo named as “complete but incomplete�, which in the photo is a view of fishing hut floating on the sea with a greenery frame. This photo is conclusion for all five photos. As the title, complete but incomplete to show all photo idea is incomplete by individually but all idea add in to a design, it will make it to perfect and complete. Moreover, in the photo also wanna express that the fishing hut is completely building and used but the design is not a perfect complete building / hut for used.

CONTEXTUAL STUDIES :02


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CONCEPTUAL SITE PLANNING

Aquaculture is one of the methods that

has been long practiced as an attempt to resolve the issue of overfishing. The nature of this semesters project is about aqueous ecologies in conjunction with the local community. Its an attempt moving forward towards solving the bigger issue of the ‘tragedy of the commons’ that has been earlier discussed.

CONTEXTUAL STUDIES :02


CONCEPTUAL SITE PLANNING:

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Pulau Indah, this literal translation of a ‘beautiful island’, lives up to its name in the various agriculture and fishing activities that are defined by the rich traditional elements Malaysia is known for. The Selangor State Government aspires to transform the island into a prestigious centre for ecotourism, commercial and industrial importance as well as propelling it to greater heights. Pulau Indah envisioned as a land of prospects with blooming economy and plenteous work opportunities for the community.

CONTEXTUAL STUDIES :02


CONCEPTUAL SITE PLANNING:

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CONTEXTUAL STUDIES :02


CONCEPTUAL SITE PLANNING:

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To start the main project for this semester 6, intensively to explore urban building and detail scale. Started with exploring the urban design of the proposal. By survey and exploring the site, I find out that there have a bicycle lane have on the site but it not complete and also it so inconvenient for people to cross the road. For urban design, I have decided to continue the bicycle lane and also I have add the bicycle lane to the seaside. To solve the inconvenient of crossing road, have propose a pedestrian + bicycle bridges. To make the bridge more interesting, apply in a circle form. The bridge not only for solving crossing over problem but also to let the users can 360 view the site. Besides, have add in a deck for fishing activity and also I have designed spaces for locals and visitors to enjoy gardening and also picnic activities.

CONTEXTUAL STUDIES :02


CONCEPTUAL SITE PLANNING:

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Series of sketches and information of design exploration.

CONTEXTUAL STUDIES :02


CONCEPTUAL SITE PLANNING:

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CONTEXTUAL STUDIES :02


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BUILDING STRATEGY:

This is a development / mockup model. This model is for me to study which angle get the best shadow which have experiment with using touch light and pointed the direction from the proposal site sun direction. In this model, I try to leave two part building with no roof, different width and angle. This is to try out which building that receive the angle and pattern of natural light I want to express of.

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ACADEMY OF AQUEOUS ECOLOGIES: AQUACULTURE


CONCEPTUAL SITE PLANNING:

Second development and design mockup with 1:500 scale. The main idea of this model is to show the combination of batik textures by sunlight to project the shadow of batik textures into the internal. This design model roofs are also to change and penetrate sunlight.

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ROAD

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CONTEXTUAL STUDIES :02


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BUILDING STRATEGY FUNCTIONAL SPACE TECHNICAL AND DETAIL STRATEGY

Upon

completion of project 2, to start focusing on the design and development of an aquaculture academy at the selected site. Project 3 is the main task for this semester 6. This project to embrace urban, building and design in much focused manner. The design have to design with interacting and consideration with the urban context and also future development. Work has to be clearly legible and well communicated, visually and verbally. To propose also design which from architectural way to lead occupants learning and understanding what is aquaculture.

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BUILDING STRATEGY: CONCEPT BOARD

The design I will like to have more nature, greenery and underwater feeling. I have divide it to three part which is water, shadow and nature. First water, to relate the activities of the project, I want people to experience the feeling of underwater in the spaces with all the shadow and form created. Shadow also act as one of the important element for the design. Everything have shadow. By layering all the building texture shadow and greenery shadow, create a different experience to people in the space. Nature, adding greenery is a must for this design which to bring the true wild or nature life to the people.

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BUILDING STRATEGY: MOOD BOARD

Mood boards to visually illustrate the style they wish to pursue. The mood board I want to express or to let people feel the darkness without natural lighting and with a few hollow part which bring in the light in. Just like it brighten up our life, bring cheer, hope, happiness to us.

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BUILDING STRATEGY: PRECEDENT STUDIES

LOUVRE ABU DHABI Architect: Ateliers Jean Nouvel Location: Saadiyat Cultural District, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Area: 97000.0 m2

Pritzker-prize winning architect Jean Nouvel sought inspiration for the concept of Louvre Abu Dhabi in traditional Arabic architecture culture. Taking a contextual approach to the site, Nouel designed Louvre Abu Dhabi as a ‘museum city’ in the sea. Its contrasting series of white buildings take inspiration from the media and low-lying Arab settlement. A double dome 180 metres in diameter, offering horizontal, perfectly radiating geometry, a randomly perforated woven material, providing shade punctuated by burst of sun. The dime gleams in the Abu Dhabi sunshine. At night, this protected landscape is an oasis of light under a starry dome.

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BUILDING STRATEGY: PRECEDENT STUDIES

Light Filter Opening factors of dome structure designed to minimize excessive ambient light

Light Harsh desert sun twice high sun angles

Opening sizes Careful sizing of openings to create sharp and visible light beams and spots

Air Light rays are scattered by airborne particles, i.e. dust and water vapor, and becomes visible if contrast ratio is sufficient (Tyndall effect)

Direct sunlight with up to 120,000 lux, light beam invisible Dome filters 99% of light, but some direct sunlight shines through, creating light beams

Minimizing ambient light noise to maximize contrast ratios between sun beams and ambient light

Surface Reflections

Control of ambient light levels with carefully selected surface reflectivity

Rain of light becomes visible when sun beams are scattered by particles in the air and ambient light levels are low enough to provide sufficient contrast ratios

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Strong illuminance reduction at dome edge

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Low illuminance levels at center of dome


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FUNCTIONAL SPACE: DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

BUBBLE DIAGRAMS The program or activities of the design have propose a Discovery + Learning Centre of Aquaculture. From the bubble diagram can see the private and public spaces have been separate. This is to minimum the traffic of human flow and also to not disturbing the private areas. Fro the exhibition area, have design a circle flow. This to lead the visitors get to enjoy all exhibit spaces. Besides, bicycle lane is adding in this design by continue the existing lane into the building. The bicycle lane have a stop with designed recreation park. This idea of recreation park is to let people can enjoy greenery and at the same time, it help to cool down the temperature in the building.

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FUNCTIONAL SPACE: DESIGN PLANNING

Adding level to make the design more interesting. Lobby have apply with double volume height to create the elegant and more welcoming feeling to people. This also help hot air separated from the human activities zone. Besides, raising up the level to provide parking space so it will save spaces and also automatically create a shaded for the parking spaces.

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FUNCTIONAL SPACE: MASSING STUDIES

Programme Exploration

LEARN AREA LAB

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LOBBY

MPH

LIVING AREA

ACADEMY OF AQUEOUS ECOLOGIES: AQUACULTURE

EXHIBITION AREA

Given the existing of the site context of site A, which located on a empty land with full of wild greenery and 30-40% are sea. Propose activities which relate to Academy Centre of Aquaculture which bring interesting to the design.


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FUNCTIONAL SPACE: SITE RESPONSES

Massing volumes are detailed up with consideration to the site context. Responding to the site through establishing site axis, which configuring building volumes, the location of the services and also the climate.

To set the spaces, have divide it into two which is private and public. Placing private near to the neighbor building (fishing hut) which to link both working activity together.

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The form of the building is designing with the flow of the wind. This to lead the natural wind flow into the building spaces.

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Adding in a recreation mangrove park + multi-purpose area which to bringing in nature into the design and a highlight of the design.


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TECHNICAL AND DETAIL STRATEGY: SUSTAINABILITY DIAGRAMS

VISION

EMPATHY FEELING

• NATURAL LIGHTING

• HOLY

• GREENERY / PLANTING

• MYSTERY

• NATURE

SOUND

CHILL

• FLOW OF GREENERY

EXPERIENCE

• WIND FLOW • WATER

SMELL • GREENERY / PLANTING • WATER • NEIGHBORS

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TOUCH • BUIDING MATERIAL TEXTURE • PLANTING


POLYCARBONATE WALL SYSTEM

BeneďŹ ts including energy savings via daylighting, outstanding insulating value, elimination of leak-prone horizontal joints and 100% recyclable. On the exhibition side have apply the translucent polycarbonate wall, which brings sunlight in during the daytime and glows at night.

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RAISED BUILDING LEVEL

Raised above the ground to let cold wind flow thought into the interior spaces. It also to prevent the sea water when high tide rise into the spaces.

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DOUBLE SUNSCREEN SYSTEM

Breathable walls to helps control interior condensation. It also allow natural wind flow into or pass through the building

RAINWATER HARVESTING

The Environmental Benefits of Rainwater Harvesting. Rainwater harvesting can reduce storm water runoff from a property. The elimination of runoff can reduce contamination of surface water with pesticides, sediment, metals, and fertilizers.


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TECHNICAL AND DETAIL STRATEGY: THE DESIGN | FLOW OF REVERIE

The design proposal is to propose an Academy of Aqueous Ecologies, Aquaculture. Main idea of the design is to introduce and guide people to knowledge and understand the important of aquaculture. Moreover, bringing locals and outsiders back in to, Pulau Indah is also one of the idea. To propose design of Discovery + Learning Centre of Aquaculture, Raceway system. A place where people can learn and increase knowledge of aquaculture. In the same time, the design is also a recreation centre/park.

1. LOW POPULATION Less visitors / locals visiting the site. Due to the bad environment and lot of abandoned building and spaces.

2. HIGH TEMPERATURE ON SITE Tropical country. Lacks treatment for vegetation and building planning which to blend in with nature.

3. FORGOTTEN HISTORY History are important to us because it helps to understand the past, to predict the future and helped to creating it. History also proof a places, how valuable the places is.

4. FORGOTTEN GREEN A lot of vegetation and spaces have been abandoned and no treatment. It have cause bad vista on site and untidy.

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DESIGN INSPIRATION Starting developing the final design with combining all idea and observation in to a massing model. Started with two different size cylinders. This model help to study and understanding the wind flow and sun penetration into the building. Further development, which find out that circle it help to lead wind flow following the curve to other side, it not will reduce / not bring in wind flow in to the interior spaces. Circle is best for high-riser and in city.

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DESIGN INSPIRATION

By observing the site, an idea of FLOW came in. The word flow, inspired the idea of design to bring human flow and also the nature flow in to the design and spaces. The site in beside sea which can bring in more nature flow into the design. The architectural concept is inspired by the playful qualities of light and shadow through the shape of a double radial wall defining the spine of the centre. Combination of wave, wind flow and sun path to create a welcoming world serenely combining light and shadow, reflection and calm. Greenery added in not just for scenery but also act as walls to the design.

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TECHNICAL AND DETAIL STRATEGY: SOA_ SCHEDULE OF ACCOMMODATION

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TECHNICAL AND DETAIL STRATEGY: DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

1. An empty lot fully cover with wild greenery

2. Tidy and clean up the wild greenery. Rearrange

PRIVATE PUBLIC

3. Set up setback. Build a solid block within setback

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4. Divide the block by locating the private and public spaces.


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5. Re-shape the building by studying the wind flow and sun path.

6. Re-shape and create workable space.

7. Apply in spaces / programs into the design.

8. Connecting all spaces by designed pathway.

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TECHNICAL AND DETAIL STRATEGY: SECTIONAL MODEL

Reason why choose this part to do the sectional model is because from this part, have better view of the joinery and also the details from roof to foundation. This part of the design also can show the double screen faรงade detail and also the connection between the roof and foundation.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: NTS

SECTION B-B SCALE: NTS

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: NTS

FIRST FLOOR PLAN SCALE: NTS


SECTIONAL MODEL SCALE: 1 : 55

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SITE PLAN SCALE: NTS


GROUND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: NTS


FIRST FLOOR PLAN SCALE: NTS


SECOND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: NTS


SECTION A-A SCALE: NTS

SECTION B-B SCALE: NTS


3D- FAÇADE AND ROOF DETALING SCALE: NTS

FAÇADE AND ROOF DETALING (EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC) SCALE: NTS


FRONT ELEVATION SCALE: NTS

LEFT ELEVATION SCALE: NTS


REAR ELEVATION SCALE: NTS

RIGHT ELEVATION SCALE: NTS


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TECHNICAL AND DETAIL STRATEGY: PERSPECTIVE VIEW

AQUA LOUNGE INTERIOR VIEW

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FISH MARKET


ACCOMMODATION FOR WORKERS INTERIOR VIEW

DOCUMENTARY ROOM


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TECHNICAL AND DETAIL STRATEGY: PERSPECTIVE VIEW

FRONT VIEW

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REAR VIEW

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FRONT VIEW

LOW ANGLE VIEW (MARKET)

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NIGHT VIEW FROM STORAGE AREA


MULTI-PURPOSE AREA

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NIGTH FRONT VIEW


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TECHNICAL AND DETAIL STRATEGY: COMPLETE MODEL

FINAL MODEL SCALE: 1 : 200

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FINAL PRESENTATION PHOTO

Final presentation have produce six AO boards, four A1, three A2, three A3, and a few A4 sheets, which contains of site analysis, design statement, design progress, architecture drawing, perspective view, some explanation and more.

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FLOW OF REVERIE PORTFOLIO 2019 TEOH MING MING | MUNCHY

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AR718 INTEGRATED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PROJECT  

Name: Teoh Ming Ming | Munchy Student ID: 1001747809 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO VI School of Architecture and Built Environment, UCSI Univ...

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Name: Teoh Ming Ming | Munchy Student ID: 1001747809 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO VI School of Architecture and Built Environment, UCSI Univ...

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