DESIGN FOLIO JACK WRIGHT
GRADUATE OF ARCHITECTURE MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY 2010 - 2016
PROJECT: SPRING MARKET PLACE - MYERS ELLYETT LOCATION: 70 LITTLE EDWARD STREET, SPRING HILL PAGE CONTENT: 3D VISUAL IMAGERY - PRODUCED IN LUMION
1 Alterations and additions to an existing retail centre located on a prominent corner in Spring Hill, Brisbane. The project involved a ‘face lift’ to the existing dilapidated building condition, as well as a new tenancy extension. I was heavily involved in this project from sketch design through to construction documentation. Construction to begin in March, 2018. Project budget: approx $900 000.
PROJECT: SPRING MARKET PLACE - MYERS ELLYETT LOCATION: BOUNDARY STREET, SPRING HILL PAGE CONTENT: PROPOSED FLOOR PLAN, ELEVATIONS AND DETAILED SECTION (SCALE VARIES ON A4 SHEET)
3 PROJECT: RUNIC STREET HOUSE - MYERS ELLYETT LOCATION: 35 RUNIC STREET, BARDON PAGE CONTENT: 3D VISUAL IMAGERY - PRODUCED IN LUMION
Alterations and additions to an existing timber Queenslander located in the inner-city suburb of Bardon. The brief focused on restoring the existing Queenslander, as well as a significant extension to the rear of the property. A key feature of this design is the double-height central atrium, maximising the amenity throughout the house. I was thoroughly involved through every phase of the design and documentation process. Construction to be completed by December, 2018. Project budget: approx $1 500 000.
PROJECT: RUNIC STREET HOUSE - MYERS ELLYETT LOCATION: 35 RUNIC STREET, BARDON PAGE CONTENT: BUILDING SECTIONS AND STAIR DETAIL SECTION (SCALE VARIES ON A4 SHEET)
PROJECT: JONSON ST MULTI-RESIDENTIAL - MYERS ELLYETT LOCATION: 137-139 JONSON ST, BYRON BAY PAGE CONTENT: 3D VISUAL IMAGERY - PRODUCED IN LUMION
Mixed-use development application in Byron Bay that proposed a four storey multi-residential building, with apartments situated above a child care centre and several retail tenancies. The proposal involved an amalgamation of 3 existing properties and challenges several of the outdated, and soon to be superseded, development constraints in Byron Bay. The challenge in this proposal was to maintain a pedestrian-friendly scaled development that both compliments and reflects the existing suburban streetscape prevalent throughout the majority of Byron Bay.
9666 GARDEN GARDEN
MASTER BED 2000
6 PROJECT: JONSON ST MIXED USED DEVELOPMENT - MYERS ELLYETT LOCATION: 137-139 JONSON ST, BYRON BAY PAGE CONTENT: TYPICAL APARTMENT PLANS, SECTIONAL DIAGRAM AND JONSON STREET ELEVATION (SCALE VARIES ON A4 SHEET)
PROJECT: 210 BRUNSWICK STREET - GROUPGSA LOCATION: BRUNSWICK ST, FORTITUDE VALLEY PAGE CONTENT: 3D VISUAL IMAGERY
Highrise, mixed-used, multi-residential Development Application proposed in the heart of Fortitude Valley, cornering Alfred and Brunswick Street. A major challenge of this proposal was to both conceal and reveal parts of the podium that encapsulated a carpark framed by a mix of apartments and retail spaces. The solution was to create a ‘rippling’ metal facade that emulated the bustling vibe of the valley and enabled portions of the building fenestration to be exposed where necessary.
GT01 GT02 GT03
MATERIAL KEY GT01
COLOUR BACK GLASS
TINTED GLASS - GOLD
RL 84.400 LEVEL 24
RL 81.400 LEVEL 23
GREY TINT GLAZING WITH BLACK METAL FRAMING
RL 78.400 X-LEVEL 22
RL 75.400 X-LEVEL 21
METAL WITH BRONZE FINISH
RL 72.400 X-LEVEL 20
CONCRETE WITH PAINT FINISH - DULUX WHITE ON WHITE
RL 69.400 X-LEVEL 19
CONCRETE WITH PAINT FINISH - DULUX WATER WORN
RL 66.400 X-LEVEL 18
PERFORATED METAL SCREEN WITH ANODISED FINISH
PERFORATED METAL SCREEN WITH PPC FINISH
METAL SHEETING - LIGHT CIRCULAR GRINDED
MF01 CF01 CF02
RL 90.400 ROOF
GT05 SITE BOUNDARY
NEW SITE BOUNDARY
RL 87.400 LEVEL 25
RL 63.400 X-LEVEL 17 RL 60.400 X-LEVEL 16 RL 57.400 X-LEVEL 15 RL 54.400 X-LEVEL 14 RL 51.400 X-LEVEL 13
RL 48.400 X-LEVEL 12 RL 45.400 X-LEVEL 11 RL 42.400 X-LEVEL 10 RL 39.400 X-LEVEL 09
RL 36.400 LEVEL 08 RL 33.400 X-LEVEL 07 RL 30.400 LEVEL 06
RL 27.400 LEVEL 05 RL 23.400 LEVEL 04
RL 20.300 LEVEL 03
RL 17.200 X-LEVEL 02
RL 12.200 GROUND FLOOR
DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION 03.11.15 INFORMATION REQUEST 16.11.16
BRUNSWICK STREET ELEVATION 1 : 250
STATUTORY & STRATEGIC PLANNERS
18/455 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006
Level 14 120 Edward Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000
RPS Australia Asia Pacific
1/129 Logan Road, Woolloongabba
Norman Disney & Young ACOUSTIC ENGINEER
Floth Sustainable Building Consultants
42 Doggett Street, Newstead, QLD 4006
PROJECT: 210 BRUNSWICK STREET - GROUPGSA LOCATION: BRUNSWICK ST, FORTITUDE VALLEY PAGE CONTENT: BRUNSWICK STREET BUILDING ELEVATION (SCALE VARIES ON A4 SHEET) 333 Ann Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000
210 BRUNSWICK STREET
Level 24, HSBC Building 300 Queen Street Brisbane QLD 4000
Robert Bird Group
Group GSA Pty Ltd ABN 76 002 113 779 Level 2, 101 Edward St Brisbane QLD Australia 4000 www.groupgsa.com T +617 3210 2592
F +617 3229 8580
architecture interior design urban design landscape nom architect M. Sheldon 3990
BRUNSWICK ST ELEVATION This drawing is the copyright of Group GSA Pty Ltd and may not be altered, reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means in part or in whole without the written permission of Group GSA Pty Ltd. All levels and dimensions are to be checked and verified on site prior to the commencement of any work, making of shop drawings or fabrication of components. Do not scale drawings. Use figured Dimensions.
PROJECT: 210 BRUNSWICK STREET - GROUPGSA LOCATION: BRUNSWICK ST, FORTITUDE VALLEY PAGE CONTENT: 1:400 SITE CONTEXT MODEL
PROJECT: VARIOUS PROPOSALS - ARKHEFIELD LOCATION: HAMILTON REACH, HAMILTON PAGE CONTENT: VARIOUS PROPOSALS, CD & COMPETITION
Top Elevation: Extracted from Construction Documentation drawings for Atria at Hamilton Reach, built in late 2016. The development consisted of two primary multi-residential buildings, book ending 20 townhouses, and located within the growing Hamilton Reach precinct. Bottom Perspective: Conceptual imagery developed using Revit and Photoshop by myself for a fast-paced design competition located at lots 113-114 within the Northshore Hamilton Reach development precinct.
PROJECT: PETRIE PUBLIC LIBRARY & STUDENT CENTRE - MASTER STUDIO A LOCATION: PETRIE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS, PETRIE PAGE CONTENT: 3D VISUAL IMAGERY - PRODUCED IN LUMION
Developed as the ‘catalyst’ building insertion within the proposed Master Plan for the Petrie University Campus, the Petrie Public Library and Student Centre consists of a mixed-use building, lending itself as an educational hub for both university staff and students, as well as offering services for the greater public to utilise and benefit from. The building is situated adjacent to the current Petrie train station, filtering and encouraging campus occupants within it’s permeable form and through to other key junctions throughout the campus. The building is separated between public and private areas and is heavily influenced in it’s operation by the State Library of Queensland.
1:10 000 at A3
CATALYST LEGEND BUILDING
CATALYST CENTRE/MIXED USE BUILDING BUILDINGS CENTRE/MIXED USE UNIVERSITY (USC) BUILDINGS BUILDINGS UNIVERSITY (USC) RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS BUILDINGS RESIDENTIAL RETAIL/DINING BUILDINGS FACILITIES RETAIL/DINING ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH FACILITIES FACILITIES SPORTING FIELDS/ ENVIRONMENTAL RECREATIONAL PARKS RESEARCH FACILITIES URBAN FOREST / FIELDS/ SPORTING NATURAL BUFFER RECREATIONAL PARKS LINEAR CREEK URBAN/ FOREST / RIPARIAN CORRIDOR NATURAL BUFFER
LINEAR CREEK / RIPARIAN CORRIDOR
PROJECT: PETRIE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS PROPOSAL - MASTER STUDIO A LOCATION: PETRIE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS, PETRIE PAGE CONTENT: MASTER PLAN AND ZONING DIAGRAM (SCALE VARIES ON A4 SHEET)
PROJECT: SCALED ARCHITECTURAL MODELS_CALIBRE REAL ESTATE LOCATION: VARIOUS LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT QLD PAGE CONTENT: MULTI-RESIDENTIAL MODELS (SCALES VARY)
Throughout my studies I was given the opportunity by Calibre Real Estate to produce several architectural models of newly constructed developments around the Brisbane City area. The models were intended to assist the real estate company with the sales of their properties and were showcased alongside advertisements in shopping centres and other precincts. Building these models helped to strengthen my architectural knowledge and understanding of how design drawings are read and interpreted.
Back yard in Milton, QLD
Entry to a house in Binna Burra, Lamington National Park
PROJECT: ARCHITECTURAL SKETCHES LOCATION: VARIOUS LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT QLD PAGE CONTENT: FREE HAND SKETCHING
State Library of Queensland
Throughout both of my personal and professional endeavours I have developed and maintained an interest and passion in documenting both the built environment and natural elements through the form of free hand drawing. From a young age I have attended art classes that bolstered my appreciation and skill in several forms of different media. I use sketching as a tool for architectural exploration and understanding. Through the process of sketching a building or form, your brain is demanded to make certain connections and assumptions regarding how a form is put together.
PROJECT: COORPAROO ECO-VILLAGE - ARCHITECTURE 6 LOCATION: CAVENDISH ROAD, COORPAROO PAGE CONTENT: 3D VISUAL IMAGERY - PRODUCED IN LUMION
The Coorparoo Eco-Village multi-residential development proposal was submitted as part of my third year university course and proved to be one of the most enjoyable and successful design projects throughout my Bachelors degree at QUT. The project involved a residential proposal to a real site along Cavendish Road in Coorparoo. The brief was to forecast the living condition in Brisbane 50 years into the future and respond through an appropriate design proposal. My proposal involved a sustainable, eco-friendly development, that lives and breathes independently of an environment that is stricken by flood and a scarcity of resources.
PROJECT: COORPAROO ECO-VILLAGE - ARCHITECTURE 6 LOCATION: CAVENDISH ROAD, COORPAROO PAGE CONTENT: SCHEMATIC SKETCHES AND PROPOSED SECTION (SCALE VARIES ON A4 SHEET)
A culmination of design work extracted from professional and university endeavours.