ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO JAMES MANIE
JAMES MANIE EMAIL - firstname.lastname@example.org PHONE - 0407108821
EDUCATION Masters of Architecture - Deakin University - Currently completing my postgraduate degree - Expected to ďŹ nish at the end of 2015
Bachelor of Arts in Architecture - University of Canberra - Completed at the end of 2012 - Finished holding a Distinction average - Obtained 4 Deans Awards for acheiving a GPA of 6.5 or above
EXPERIENCE January 2013 - December 2013 - Collins - 3D Modelling - Documentation Drawings - Presentation Drawings - Master Planning and Feasability Studys - Client Liasing November 2012 - Grounds - 3D Modelling - Presentation Drawings
Kent Architects (4 Week Internship)
SKILLS - REVIT - AutoCAD - Sketch Up - Adobe Photoshop - Microsoft OfďŹ ce Suite - Model Making
AWARDS - Semester 1, 2011, Deans Award - Semester 2, 2011, Deans Award - Semester 1, 2012, Deans Award - Semseter 2, 2012, Deans Award
The building is curve linear in form. The east-west axis of the building is relatively narrow which minimises extreme morning and afternoon solar heat gains. This also allows for both the east and west facades to have a strong presence onto both Commonwealth Avenue and Forester Crescent. The sweeping curtain glass wall reﬂects its surrounds, which helps create cohesion between the site and building. The buildings internal layout utilises an open ofﬁce plan concept. All enclosed ofﬁces are located along the south wall of the building with open ofﬁces adjacent lining the northern wall of the building.
KINGSTON, HIGHGATE LANE M IXED USE DEVELOPMENT
The redevelopment was to take place between the block fronting Giles street with rear boundaries to Highgate Lane. Retention of the existing shop facades fronting Giles Street is to be included in design thought as they are heritage listed. The Kingston centre is a large mixed used group centre in Inner South Canberra and is a signiďŹ cant dining and entertainment hub. The intentions of this development are to activate Highgate lane by making it an attractive and safe place to visit. The design endeavours to draw people in to and around the Kingston centre making it a more vibrant and social area.
04 This building sits as a separate building to the production area that was produced by Glenn Murcutt. It consists of a more private space for storage consisting of both barrel storage during the fermentation process, and case storage for the bottles. A laboratory and ofﬁce space is also located in the ground ﬂoor. The ﬁrst ﬂoor is a public space that consists of a cellar door area and restaurant. A commercial kitchen that can cater for up to 150 people is also located on this level. The building sits adjacent to the dam and is elevated high enough to have panoramic views across Lake George. The building strives to complement Murcutt's building by using a linear building form, and the same roof proﬁle.
JAMES MANIE EMAIL: email@example.com PHONE: 0407 108 821