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P ORTFOL IO OF WORK

JORDAN BAILS jordanbails093@gmail.com

PH: (613) 501 9634


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C A N BE RRA A RTS HU B

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TO N S L E Y PRE C I N C T

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U RBA N I N F I L L

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N O RTO N S U MMI T HO U S E

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PE RS O N A L PHOTO GRA PHY

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WO O D + DE S I GN

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JORDAN BAILS PORTFOLIO OF WORK

After completing my Masters of Architecture in 2017 I have compiled a brief collection of projects into this portfolio. The vision I have for this portfolio is to not only showcase what I worked on architecturally at university over the last six years, but provide a better understanding of my interests as a whole and what inf luences my design mindset.

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CANBERRA ARTS HUB. Studio 10 - 2017 Canberra, Australia 02

Rhino, 3DS Max, Fstorm

Building off an existing masterplan proposal, this project aims to bring the element of witnessing the making process back to the consumer. It provides the craftsperson with the facilities to ply their craft and pass skills on to those who are willing to learn. In a building inspired by the shape of a wooden bowl are workshop and gallery spaces. The landscape around the building is designed to promote people to stay on the site while allowing space for weekend markets and to sit underneath the pavilion shade structure.


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SI T E MO DE L B L AC K W O O D, J AC A RA N DA H, WHI T E C A RD


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POTTE RY ST U D I O

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TONSLEY PRECINCT Studio 8 - 2016 Adelaide, Australia Revit, AutoCAD, 3ds Max, Vray

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This studio was a documentation focused project. In a team of four students, an existing industrial site was provided and tasked students to design an off ice and manufacturing hub within a state of the art educational precinct.

Inspired by the process of grafting in horticulture. A multistorey off ice building and factory were separated by an exterior courtyard. Wrapping these built forms is a steel diagrid structure with translucent fabric panels.


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FOREST JOURNEY: HUNT FOR INNER MAGIC.

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TO P: MI ST Y FO RE ST L E F T : T HE PI C KI N GS BOTTO M: S E A S O N A L MU S HRO O MS


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URBAN INFILL Studio 5 - 2015 Adelaide, Australia AutoCAD, Sketchup

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In response to a government report advocating for inf ill rather than urban sprawl. The purpose of this project was to add to a professor’s research in f inding spatial trends within established city bounding suburbs. The f irst documentation studio of the Bachelor of Architecture, this project targeted f irst time and young home owners. The design includes three, two storey townhouses. While they have a small f loor area, they each provide enough space to live comfortably and close to the city.

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130mm blackbutt decking

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130mm blackbutt floating floors

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280mm x 280mm bathroom tile 90mm stud wall with R 2.7 A insulation 07 finished with 13mm plasterboard either side

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external wall (refer to detail) internal parti wall (refer to detail) green wall hung on steel frame

align deck with interior timber floors

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bedroom

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dining

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bedroom

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kitchen

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planter with creeper plant at ground level with steel mesh fixed at ground and first floor terrace

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C2 steel mesh for creeper plant fixed with steel brackets to 90 x 90 terrace posts

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Ground Floor Plan Project: Final Design

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NORTON SUMMIT HOUSE

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Extracted from a existing site, I decided to create a hypothetical project. Despite being hypothetical, the owner and site conditions of this allotment remain crucial to the design intent. Cut into a hillside overlooking the valley below, this site is located in a highly bushf ire prone area. To combat this, materials play a vital role in the longevity of this home. Core f illed concrete block walls provide a f ireproof stucture while f ire resistant, charred spotted gum and expressed f ixing cement sheeting clad the blockwork.


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GROUND FLOOR PLAN.

N GARAGE & WORKSHOP PLAN

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N O RT H FAC I N G P E RSP E C T I V E

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The house consists of a number of split levels which serves as an indicator of use. Expansive views to the north allow for maximum solar gain and light into the high use, functional spaces. To further enjoy these views, two decks, one for winter use and one for summer use let the occupants entertain outside while soaking up the valley breeze.


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PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHY I enjoy many facets of photography. These being portraiture, landscape, aerial, and travel. All of which I aim to capture the uniqueness of a photos cultural and visual context.


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WOOD + DESIGN

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From an early age I have been involved with hands on craft. Under the guidance of my grandfather I was fortunate enough to be given the knowledge as well as the accessibility to tools. Working with wood is a passion and it challenges my creativity and inf luences my work in other design f ields.


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THANKYOU FOR READING


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Jordan Bails Portfolio of Work  

Brief Portfolio January 2018 Architecture, Photography, Wood Design

Jordan Bails Portfolio of Work  

Brief Portfolio January 2018 Architecture, Photography, Wood Design

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