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PROJECTS TIME MAP M.Arch 4...................... 10..............

The Scrapman’s Enterprise - 2012 /13

Tottenham Stalemate Platform - 2011/12 Year Out Work

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Living Oasis Coffee shop and Book shop - 2010

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Room for London Competition - 2010

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Rental Property Abroad - 2010

Other Work

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Bell Tower Project

Matlosana Tapestry Project -2008/09

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Publications

B.Arch Drawings & Models


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THE SCRAPMAN’S ENTERPRISE : RECLAMATION OF CULTURE, POWER AND PROFITABLE GOODS

TUTOR: MATT LUCAS ASSOCIATED ARCHITECTS

The scrapman’s enterprise is a project located in the neglected neighbourhood of El-Raval, Barcelona, and follows the livelihood and passions of the scrapman and his apprentices. The proposed scheme contains: a series of workshop spaces, recycling spaces, living accommodation, meeting spaces, retail spaces and a secret underground workshop. An on-site furnace provides not only the ‘equipment’ to smelt collected scrap metal but also allows waste heat to be recycled for localised hot water heating within the building. Using scrap materials, scrapmen create dynamic architecture and art to revitalise neglected zones within their neighbourhood. Bespoke art pieces are also created within the building to depict historic stories unique to the neighbourhood and city. In this way the scrapmen are able to ‘tell the stories’ of the neglected people of El-Raval.

3D section perspective created using a Kerkythea render of a 3D SketchUp model which was then Photoshopped.

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Above left & centre: Interior perspectives using SketchUp, Kerkythea and Photoshop. Above right: Photohopped diagrams of development of the roof form.

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FINAL PRESENTATION + PHYSICAL MODELS Above left: Second Floor plan depicting layout of the scheme, furnace, heat recycling rooms, sleeping areas and meeting rooms: Vectorworks and Photoshop.

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Exterior Perspectives, dramatic elevations and 3D aerial view of exterior roof form: SketchUp, Kerkythea and Photoshop.

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Above left: Short section : Vectorworks and Photoshop Above right: Interior visuals : SketchUp, Kerkythea & Photohop

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Above left: Development sketches Centre: Tectonics explorative model of a segment of the roof Above right: Tectonic development

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THE TOTTENHAM STALEMATE PLATFORM

TUTOR: PETER MORRIS & DOMINIC MCKENZIE PETER MORRIS ARCHITECTS & DOMINIC MCKENZIE ARCHITECTS

In August 2011 a riot errupted on the streets of Tottenham and lead to widescale destruction throughout the UK. The Tottenham Stalemate Platform is a centre for conflict resolution for members of the public and the police in an attempt to prevent reoccurences of the riots. The scheme is situated in the centre of the existing Tottenham police station. The proposed design utilises hexagonal shaped ETFE panels on the facade to create a friendly interactive facade and to increase the transparency throughout the building. Local artists and community groups are invited to produce art which is featured internally and externally as a celebration of the good things in Tottenham. In addition to this, the ground floor contains an open auditorium where members of the public and the police task force can debate openly about issues that matter to them. This encourages the sharing of opinions and reduces animosity between the two groups, thus transforming the previous riot start point into a place of enjoyable communal interaction.

Exterior perspective from street view: 3D SketchUp model rendered with Kerkythea and finished on Photoshop.

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Above left: Short section: Vectorworks & Photoshop Centre top: Rendered long section: SketchUp, kerkythea & Photoshop Centre bottom: Exterior Perspective: SketchUp, Kerkythea, Photoshop Above right: Exploded axonometric view of the grided domed roof: SketchUp & Photoshop

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Left: Diagram of arrangement of structural components; columns and beams. Vectorworks & Photoshop. Above Right: Section Perspective Using SketchUp & Photoshop

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Scale Plan A scale plan with coordinates and colour codes for different zones.

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Explorative models

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3D Physical scale models exploring the zoning of interior spaces and form of the domed structure of the roof.

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LIVING OASIS COFFEE SHOP AND BOOK SHOP The goal of the Living Oasis Project was to propose an entire interior design makeover of the existing building and to provide a new look to both the interior and exterior which would include new store displays, branding and logos. This project was an initial ideas and proposals project. I created rendered visuals using photoshop and Kerkythea to allow the client to visualise the potential of their scheme.

2D visual created using Photoshop displaying the proposed shop frontage designs and the proposed Living Oasis logo.

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Internal 3D render of proposed counter and interior design colour schemes created using Kerkythea rendering software over a SketchUp model.

Internal 3D night render created using Kerkythea rendering software over a SketchUp model.

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3D Model created using SketchUp software and rendered using Kerkythea.

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Interior colour swatches.

3D Model created using SketchUp software and rendered using Kerkythea.

Interior 3D render displaying textures and colour scheme.

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ROOM FOR LONDON “If these walls could talk” is the title chosen to represent our entry for the 2010 Living Architecture and ArtAngel’s “Room for London” competition. The competition brief required a self-contained ‘room’ which would provide a contemplative space for up to two people at a time during their stay in London during the 2012 London Olympics. The site of the said ‘room’ was the roof of the Queen Elizabeth Hall in Waterloo, London where access to the room had to also accommodate disable access. The budget was £150k including all transport and construction costs.

Above: 3D Model created using SketchUp and rendered using Kerkythea.

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RENTAL PROPERTY ABROAD The Bodurin Project is a residential project located in the city of Lagos, Nigeria. It was initiated by Mr & Mrs Bodurin in Jan 2011. The main goals were to maximise the rental potential of a single building on the 810sqm plot of land available and to provide a permanent holiday home for their family of four and accompanying guests. The brief also required that there would be sufficient space for parking cars in the front of the house and also that the family annex would have it’s own separate access to the rest of the building. In addition to this, a small communal garden was added to the rear of the house and some shaded first floor balconies to create a few attractive external viewpoints where residents can relax outdoors. With Lagos being a very densely packed city these spaces add a touch of ‘grass and sky’ to the surroundings which is always appreciated by residents.

On this page: 3D section perspective, SketchUp, Kerkythea & Photoshop.

Above left: Scale ground floor plans : SketchUp & Photoshop Above right: 3D renders of interior rooms: SketchUp & Kerkythea

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B.ARCH : THIRD YEAR - BELL TOWER The Bell Tower is a multi-stage project located in the town of Bilborough, Nottingham, East Midlands. The Bell Tower, houses an on-site foundry, living quarters, downstairs community workshop spaces and an eatery. The narrative behind the Bell Tower is the story of Mr. Tinn, a ficitional character who is the town crier of the local Parish of St. Martins, Bilborough. From this narrative and extensive research of the area emerged a unique architectural response.

On this page: 3D section perspective, SketchUp, Kerkythea & Photoshop.

Above: Creative plans of the Bell Tower extension Above right: Perspective

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B.ARCH : SECOND YEAR - MATLOSANA TAPESTRY The Matlosana Tapestry is a project initiated by Education Africa, a charity with the aim to assist developing areas of South Africa by partnering with Architecture schools from different parts of the world. Developed through a series of hand drawings and models, the Matlosana Tapestry is a series of daycare units and outdoor play & learning facilities sheathed by four colourful reflective screens. These screens feature art and messages drawn by members of the community and draws inspiration from South African vernacular art traditionally used as a means of creating an identity for buildings and communities.

Opposite left: 3D perspective, SketchUp, Kerkythea & Photoshop .

Above left & right: Hand drawn scale sections and plans: Colouring crayons, Rotring ink fineliners.

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PUBLICATIONS

The Tottenham Journal SUMMER 2012 August 9 2012 - Local journal article featuring my fifth year project, which discusses my riot prevention community focused project in Tottenham.

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INTERACTVE EXHIBITION DESIGN PROPOSAL

Architecture meets the public - Individual Submission AUTUMN 2011 - SUMMER 2012 Interactive exhibition proposal at “The Public” art gallery in West Bromwich.

DRAWINGS

Eerie Grove AUTUMN 2011 A scan of a mixed media painting, using acrylic paint and paper collage techniques.

Project Heracles; Ideas competitions - Group Submission Exhibited Summer 2011 and again WINTER 2013 at the European Parliament in Brussels A team submission where I produced a hand drawn image of a potential land mass hybrid bridge that can be constructed to create a gateway between Spain and Morocco.

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B.ARCH : MIXED MEDIA DRAWINGS

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B.ARCH : MODELS A collection of made pieces and prototypes completed from 2009 2010. TOP: The Story Box Mixed Media SUMMER 2010 This piece accompanied my undergraduate project with each drawer representing a unique design driver for the project.

BOTTOM: Casting Spaces Wax, lace and brass wire SPRING 2010 This prototype involved using bell casting techniques; creating a plaster mould and placing sheets of lace around the mould and then pouring molten wax over it, then finally the mould which was not allowed to dry is then washed away.

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Tumi Jegede W13 Portfolio  

My Winter 2013 Portfolio

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