ARCHITECTURE jack PELERMAN
JACK PELERMAN 09/04/1986 370 Crown St. Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia
Contact: 0402 904 922 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bachelor of Interior Architecture University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
2004-2006 The Eastern Bar Manager
Smyth & Smyth Intern
Thomas Jacobsen Intern
Njoy, Amsterdam Bartender
Moncur Terrace Bartender
Bayswater Brasserie Bartender
BUSINESS 2010-2012 Above the Clouds Store Mens & womans fashion retail store. Sydney, Australia
Creator & owner
Freehand drawing Adobe Suite Autocads Revit Form Z Maxwell 3D Render Rhino 3D (& Grasshopper) 3DS Max Model making Digital Fabrication
Intermediate Advanced Advanced Intermediate Advanced Imtermediate Beginner Beginner Advanced Intermediate
Team/people management Fast learner of 3D software Research Skills Understading of business practice Client relation skills
Languages English Spanish
FOR THE MISTREATMENT OF INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS
SITE Bondi Pavillion, Bondi, Sydney.
BRIEF To design a civic center.
The memorial addresses an issue of national importance. It is confronting. It questions our identity. It unashamedly reveals our past in an attempt to shape our future. The memorial must create cognitive change amongst non-Indigenous Australians. It is a platform - a bare necessity - for reconciliation.
CULTURAL CONNECTION CENTER
BONDI HISTORY INDIGENOUS HISTORY OF THE SITE & SURROUNDING LANDS.
THE TREATMENT OF INDEGENOUS AUSTRALIANS BY COLONIAL SETTLERS INDIGENOUS CULTURE & RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LAND.
AUSTRALIAN BEACH CULTURE AUSTRALIAN SETTLER NATIONALISM BONDI’S ROLE AS A NATIONAL ICON
BUILDING HISTORY BUILDING USE AND STAKEHOLDERS
BONDIS RELATIONSHIP TO SETTLER-NATIONAL CULTURE
SIGNIFICANT EVENTS TOWARDS RECONCILIATION
THE MEANING AND EFFECTIVENESS OF COLLECTIVE APOLOGIES
INDIGENOUS DEMOGRAPHICS PSYCHODYNAMICS OF RECONCILIATION INDIGENIZING OUR NATINAL CULTURE THE ROLE OF SPORT IN SOCIAL RECONCILIATION
MEMORIAL CASE STUDYS *Yad Vashem *Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial *Memorial to the Abolition of Slavery *Monument for the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Puebla
MEMORIAL PROGRAMME The civic spaces wrap and conceal the memorial content below, yet at the same time, they are shaped by its brutal form. The memorial consists of civic activities associated with fun - sporting faciliities and a cafe - surrounding and connected to the content of the memorial - individual contemporary stories of mistreated Indigenous Australians.
The integration of programmes engages users in the memorial content. It encourages positive engagement through surrounding civil activites. When viewing the content of the memorial a person associates themselves with the traumatic experiences of others; a person is confonted with past indigenous experiences, yet hears the sounds of people playing sport and laughing over a meal.
Surrounding civil activities connect and contrast the current context of surrounding society with the traumatic past of Indigenous Australians.
1. CIVIC ACTIVITIES Current Society LYRICAL/ BEAUTIFUL/ FUN
2. MEMORIAL CONTENT Untold History SHARP/ BRUTAL/ UNCOMFORTABLE
1. WITNESS Backlit images of victims faces surround the memorial
2. INVESTIGATE A database of the victimâ€™s experiences - their stories in their own words.
MEMORIAL CEILING Oxidised steel framing back-lit images. Weathered timber webbing.
MEMORIAL WALLS Triangulated limestone tiles. Voids revealing back-lit image.
MEMORIAL FLOOR Black volcanic rock stone tile. Natural flat-grey pebbles in oxidised steel frame. Illuminated tile cavity.
MEMORIAL COLUMNS 1
Steel structure wrapped in concrete tiles.
Rusted perforated iron (large).
Triangulated cover - oxidized steel & rusted steel mesh (small)
CULTURAL CONNECTION CENTER
Location of Indigenous community centers
A center to display contemporary and emerging Aboriginal culture though Literature, fine art, film, etc. A response to organisations such as ICE, who recognise the importance of spreading contemporary indegenous culture for non-indigenous education. A response to the geographical location of Indigenous community centers in Sydney and the lack of Indigenous population in Bondi.
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Light Speaker Textile
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SCHOOL OF DESIGN
SITE Burton St. Tabernacle, Darlinghurst, Sydney.
BRIEF To design a small design school.
OFFICE STORAGE ROOM
EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS Collaboration: Rolex Learning Center Salk Institute Maquarie Bank, Sydney
IS CREATIVITY TEACHABLE?
NEUROSCIENCE OF CREATIVITY
STAGES OF THE CREATIVE PROCESS 1. Preperation 2. Incubation Period 3. Illumination
PEDAGOGY THE TUTOR-STUDENT REALATIONSHIP TEACHING CREATIVITY
BUILDING HISTORY BAPTIST CHRISTIANS BAPTISM
DESIGN STUDIO RESEARCH OUTCOMES
STUDENT DESK LAYOUT An adaptable studio layout encouraging collaboration and unstructured communication networks. A reflection of a modern irregular social system; supply and demand is niether linear nor stable. A fluid system to assemble and dissemble ideas.
ENVIRONMENTS FOR COLLABORATION
METHODS OF HUMAN COMMUNICATION
DIGITALLY ENHANCED ENVIRONMENTS TERRITORIALITY AND PERSONAL SPACE
How to share information. Social systems and relationships.
ENVIRONMENT FOR CREATIVITY
Tutor tables are fixed surrounding the un-fixed student tables. Tutors assist students at the germination of an idea; the center of idea exploration; a guide to spread a fluid, organic creative process
Tutor tables: the germination of an idea Leisure areas: the incubation period; relax your brain state before you solve a problem. Student tables: the illumination period, an area for discussion, debate and problem solving.
OFFICE PROGRAMME Offices are shared by employees as they need them. Each staff member is assigned an office storage unit to be housed in the Office Storage Room. Staff members insert their storage unit into the office as they use it.
RESIDENT APARTMENT The resident apartment must house a guest of the design school for short stays. It must (1) act as a functional apartment and (2) be a design studio for the guest designer. The lyrical polymer mould divides the design space from bathroom and living quarters, including bed wardrobe space and kitchenette.
The layout conceals the apartment fundamentals yet showcases the designers work area to the adjoining school design studio. The creative processes of the guest designer are on dispaly to the students. French doors open to create a seamless transition between the two studio.
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