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JOSEPH CHUA ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

University of Melbourne (Australia) Bachelor of Environments Major in Architecture Selected works (2008-2013)


ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO Joseph Chua University of Melbourne (Australia) Bachelor of Environments Major in Architecture

Contact +6012 296 7087 (M) Malaysia cai_joseph89@hotmail.com


“It’s too simplistic to advance the notion of the autonomy of art as a reason from turning away from the public. You can have autonomy and simultaneously have connections with the social and political world.”

-Thom Mayne PERSONAL STATEMENT It is undeniable that architects are the ones who shape this world in which we live; epitomizing Winston Churchill’s quote - “we shape our buildings, thereafter they shape us” - I believe the role of the architect reaches beyond designing just the building itself, rather creating a responsive mechanism which interacts with its surroundings to be synergetic and more importantly, contributing to a greater picture for the city. It is my aim to be part of a community responsible for improving living standards in this world, thus coupled with the passion for design and architecture I have chosen to embark this career in striving for a better future for the public. Sustainability and technological advancement as today’s issues are keypoint to my focus in the coming stages of my professional career - especially in details which prove functional yet aesthically intriguing. As architecture become more socially and economically fused among growing cities, it is also imperative that the built environment imbues on healthier living, thus calling on all-rounded sensitive design strategies. Communication is a skill in which I have developed over the years of education in an international school, two years of national service and university in Melbourne to enjoy the differences in culture, race and upbringing - I have found to be vital to the role of an architect as we deal with a plethora of specialists from varied corners of the world and have to organize into one project different intentions. I believe that my existing skills and experience, together with my commitment to become an architect, and my desire to learn more makes me an ideal candidate for this career.

Joseph Chua

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academic works

wyndham city gateway project - freeway art

University of Melbourne 05-11 Bachelor of Environemnts Major in Architecture Architecture Studio 3 : AIR Studio leader : Finn Warnock

barlow world enterprise - car showroom

University of Melbourne 12-17 Bachelor of Environemnts Major in Architecture Architecture Studio 4 : Sparks Studio leader : Anna Nervegna

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algae recycling/communite centre

Taylor’s College University Diploma of Architectural Technology Design Studio 4 Studio leader : Alvin Lim SBC Competition project (Finalist)

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art gallery soho

Taylor’s College University Diploma of Architectural Technology Integrated Project Studio leader : Keith Tan Interstudio Competition (Won)

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architect's office

University of Melbourne 30-31 Bachelor of Environemnts Major in Architecture Construction Deisgn Studio leader : Daniela Plessor

melbourne, australia

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melbourne, australia

kuala lumpur, malaysia

kuala lumpur, malaysia

cardigan street, melbourne, australia


non academic works / profile

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Sponsor : innosite Client : Nordic Centre of Glass Transparent Shelter Competition

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Sponsor : ZSHC Client : Survivors Zombie Safe House Competition (Online)

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Taylor’s College University Diploma of Architectural Technology Studio 2 Studio leader : Hong Lim

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work experience

KEB VENTURES Sdn Bhd P&T Architects Pte Ltd Arkitek INASREKA Unit One Design Sdn Bhd

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profile

Education Competition/Publication Work Experience Proficiency

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bus stop 560

holbaek, denmark

zombie safehouse project ZSHC

outpost, anywhere

illustration

spawn comic strip

internship, temporary position, ASsistant architect

resume

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wyndham city gateway project - freeway art University of Melbourne Bachelor of Environemnts Major in Architecture Architecture Studio 3 : AIR Studio leader : Finn Warnock

“To address the transition between Melbourne CBD’s vibrant graffiti versus the flowing contours of Wyndham’s landscape with the binding of freedom.”

BRIEF The course subject entails a learning of parametric architecture used in a freeway art. Located in the wedge of a junction, the art sculpture is to reflect on Wyndham City’s intentions of being a new settlement built on leading technologies and celebration of art and culture.

CONCEPT The design approach of this project is to bring together two distinctive features of the two ends along the highway - Melbourne Central Business District (CBD) and Wyndham City (newly industrialised city) - and adjoining the features is a smooth yet vibrant transition to announce to drivers the changing of territory. Extracted from the Melbourne CBD are graffiti art versus the low lying landscapes of Wyndham City, the forms are abstracted into triangles and strips as a sculpture along the freeway, while mimicking the dynamism of each feature.

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Render Car perspective heading towards Melbourne CBD Photograph Landscapes of Wyndham City Phtograph Graffiti of Melbourne CBD

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UNDERGRADUATE WORKS

farmyard

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princess freeway

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SITE

Photograph Site overview Photograph Site surrouding images

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PARAMETERS The sculpture spans 75 metres long across the side of the freeway targeted for three distinct phases of focus for the drivers by - each phase bearing a clearer ‘morph’ of the sculpture. Angled according to the direction of flow from both sides of the site, each phase is approximately 25 metres apart giving viewers roughly one second of appreciation - this is based on the general speed of 80kmph.

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Photograph Site location Render series Animation stills depicting progressive views in three-second time frame Drawing Plan view Drawing Elevation view

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STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENTS

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ADJUSTING CURVE POINTS TO ATTRACTORS

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PROCESS

Diagram Series of design progression Diagram Grasshopper definition

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Render Plan view Photograph Model view towards Melbourne CBD Photograph Model side elevation


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barlow world enterprise - car showroom and offices

melbourne, australia

University of Melbourne Bachelor of Environemnts Major in Architecture Architecture Studio 4 : Sparks Studio leader : Anna Nervegna

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BRIEF The brief entails a new proposal of a car showroom, commissioned by AG Barlow, in the corner of Melbourne’s Central Business District – wedged between La Trobe Street and Mackenzie Street. In replacement of the existing car park, the showroom and office also houses an additional 300 car lots as to maintain the serviceability of the vicinity.

CONCEPT To convey the extremity of the reckless life of AG BARLOW led in perilousness & disfragmentation. The showroom acts as a machine shell looking as if in the process of disintegration - forced with turbulent speed and unstable structural systems. To witness the parts of a machine in different levels of depth as it attempts to manifest the interior as the ‘insides’ of a mechanical organism - within it the cars as a part of its organs. The design has been generated through the influences of airplane turbines and speed accompanied with turbulence - for this was the pinnacle of exhilaration AG BARLOW intended to push himself to every chance he had.

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Render Perspective of main facade from Victoria Street Image Cross section of airplane turbine

IMAGE: rendering of the neon sign from below

INSPIRATION | Cross section of plane turbine

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SITE STUDY The site given is on a slope, wedged in between a highrise, midrise and a carpark lot. Surrounding roads include Victoria Street, Mackenzie Street and La Trobe Street. The day time activity is significantly busier than the evening activities as the site is surrounded by generally offices and several residentials. The night life is more prominent towards the central of Melbourne due West of site. The visibility of the site is good to onlookers travelling Eastwards along Victoria Street, however those travelling West will be intefered with the highrise office adjacent to site on La Trobe/ Exhibition Street.

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View from Victoria St.

Access around site

Views from site

Massing of occupied lots

Photograph Site plan depicting mode of traffic surrounding site Diagram Cross section of site contour Diagram Site opportunities

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EXTERNAL RENDERING

DESIGN APPROACH Exploration of parametric strategies based on daylight admittance, vista exposure and volume generation enables the architecture to be an inspiration to the growing city for a way forward in the design and building industry. Located in the corner of the city, this proposal attempts to revitalise the subdued atmosphere of less visited spaces by an introduction of awe and attraction for the public. Due to the limitation of exposure in a wedged location, the building created a setback lane on the Eastern side allowing cars to drive by and viewers to appreciate the facade system. 23 panels appear to be folded upwards revealing the car showroom hall allowing plenty of daylight access and visual exposure.

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Render Perspective of side view from Mackenzie Street Drawing Process breakdown of skin Process Diagram Animation stills of opening facade


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The structure designed are essentially simple columns and beams for the internal floor slabs and for the facade system, 23 main slanted steel columns with branches angled according to the curtain wall holds the glass panels while an extra set of tinner columns branching off the main columns hoist the panels into positions.

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1. SHOWROOM HALL 2. POINT OF SALE / CAFE BAR 3. SERVICE CENTRE 4. CAR PARKING 5. BARLOW WORLD ENTERPRISE OFFICES 6. ROOF CARPARK / EVENT SPACE 7. MINI-GOLF LANE Rendered Diagrams Series of 8 parts of construction level Renders Cross section of building side and front

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PERSPECTIVE ELEVATIONS

PHYSICAL MODELLING

PLANS 1. CARPARK 2. LIFT LOBBY / FIRE STAIRCASE 3. M/E SERVICES 4. SOUTH LOBBY 5. SERVICE CENTRE 6. CAR SHOWROOM HALL 7. POINT OF SALES / CAFE 8. KITCHEN 9. BARLOW OFFICES 10. MEETING ROOM 11. CARPARK / EVENT GALLERY 12. MINI GOLF LANE

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Photograph Model Drawing Plan series


INTERIOR RENDERING

Render Interior of car showroom hall

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algae recycling + community centre

kuala lumpur, malaysia

Taylor’s College University Diploma of Architectural Technology Design Studio 4 Studio leader : Alvin Lim SBC Competition project (Finalist)

BRIEF In the new development of ‘One North Kuala Lumpur’ in Malaysia’s capital city, the Siah Brothers Corporation invited Taylor’s College University to design a community centre for its centerpiece for the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) CETDEM (Centre for Environment, Technology & Development, Malaysia). The centre will also act as a teaching facility reaching out to communities adovacting the need for sustainable living awareness.

CONCEPT INCOMPLETE METAMORPHOSIS is a concept in which this building has adopted - deriving from the natural courses of evolution - morphing. The metamorphism happens seamlessly yet radically from one stage to another (e.g. tadpole to frogs). Thus the recycling/community centre aims to show this transition architecturally and metaphorically for its occupants changing mindsets. The recycling centre focuses on a new technology of algae tubes - disbonding the carbon dioxide atoms through photosynthesis thereby recycling the air.

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Render Perspective of main facade Image Algae recycling process Image Algae tube system

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UNDERGRADUATE WORKS

DEVELOPMENT SITE PLAN

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SPACES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Gym + O2 Bar Rainwater Storage Super Structure Exhibition Hall Classrooms + Offices Algar Recycling Centre

Plan SBC One North Kuala Lumpur development plan Diagrams Spaces allocation

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BUILDING STRATEGIES In combining with another subject aimed at green services, the brief also required the design to respond to sustainability architecturally - thus the form of the building derives from several attributes of the climatic response. Two solids perch at the entry of prevailing wind channelling cool breezes through the central space and out the back as most of the building is open air. The circulation space is arranged so it benefits fully from the channelled ventilation. Orientation of the building runs directly East-West hence, slanting Western walls edge out to reduce solar gain. Given the Malaysian equitorial position, PV panels are maximized at 0-5 degrees tilt thus give flexibility on location on flat roofing. A binding element which has dual functions is the algae tubular system as it enwraps the facades of the building almost entirely to maximise from the daylight absorption while doubling up as brise soliels diffusing direct sunlight into spaces. Thus as a showcase, italso serves functional purposes.

CIRCULATION

VENTILATION (NATURAL)

DAYLIGHT

PHOTOVOLTAIC PANEL

GREY WATER

ALGAE SYSTEM

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Diagrams Building response to green design

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ALGAE TUBULAR SYSTEM

‘WIND CATCHER’ ROOF

SUPER STRUCTURE ALGAE PROCESSING LAB GYM CLASSROOM OFFICE

EXHIBITION HALL O2 BAR CAFE AMPHITHEATRE

GREY WATER STORAGE ‘POND’

Image Exploded axonometry

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Render Perspective of central atrium from side Render Perspective of first floor from front Photograph Physical model at 1:200 scale


SPACES 1. Amphitheatre 2. Restaurant 3. O2 Bar 4. Exhibition Hall 5. Algae Recycling Centre 6. Public Restrooms 7. Gym 8. CETDEM Offices 9. Classrooms 10. Grey Water Storage

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Plan Roof Plan First Floor Plan Ground Floor Section

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art gallery soho

kuala lumpur, malaysia

Taylor’s College University Diploma of Architectural Technology Integrated Project Studio leader : Keith Tan Interstudio Competition (Won)

BRIEF To create a fusion of residence, office and gallery for two persons. Integrated Project roleplays a client (played by the tutor), consultants, contractors and quantity surveyors to carry out a lifelike project and encounters.

CONCEPT Above all composites of programs, the link between will be an encompassing nature of flora and fauna as reflected on the client’s interests for the natural environment. The theme thus depicts an architecture cocooned in a ‘fortress of woods’.

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Render Perspective of main facade Image Site plan

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UNDERGRADUATE WORKS

SITE STUDY The site is located along Jalan Raja Chulan and the existing building is abandoned. However, in the visit for site analysis and dilapidation survey, two homeless people have been discovered to reside within the rundown building. A SWOT analysis was also carried out to search for opportunities and problems from the site.

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Image Site panaroma Image Dilapidation study on site

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Plan Ground Floor Section A General Detail B Landscape + Pond


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Detail C Facade louvres (section) Detail D Facade louvres (plan)

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Render 1 Interior Gallery Render 2 Night view of Outdoor Gallery Render 3 Bridge Gallery


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Render 4 Curator Master Bedroom Render 5 Curator Ensuite Render 6 Curator Kitchen

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architect's office

cardigan st, melbourne, australia

University of Melbourne Bachelor of Environments Major in Architecture Design Construction Studio leader : Daniela Plessor

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Plan Ground Floor Section A-A

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UNDERGRADUATE WORKS

DESIGN CONSTRUCTION The course puts students through a rigorous programme of designing construction drawings for an office building along Cardigan St of Melbourne. Within which, students are given the task to specify and design details in reference to structural details while maintaining the architectural aesthetics of the design intent. Structural systems were set by senior tutors as a guide line while allowing flexibility of material selection by the student to maintain viability of the project. The course requires students to perform the role of an architect from site analysis (including drawing summation reports) to structural detailing of selected building elements.

Detail Aluminum Plate Panel Detail Concealed Downpipe with Access Panel

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bUS STOP 560

HOLBAEK, DENMARK

Sponsor : innosite Client : Nordic Centre of Glass Transparent Shelter Competition

CONCEPT Carved of contoured pieces, the shelter looks as one-piece as it houses reading material as a shelf. As the pieces bind thickly together, from afar the shelter sees solid, yet upon closer observation the piece reveal themselves to be transparent. The bus stop is made entirely of tempered glass, held together by stainless steel (end-on-end) bolts through random points to break monotony yet provide stability. In between open slots will be compartments to hosue books and/or magazines for pleasure of the people waiting for their buses as the wait may feel extensive without activities. Subsequently, rods of LED lighting can be threaded through to provide light to the stop and reading visibility. As an art installation, layer glass art can also be introduced by students as a tribute for NCFG.

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Render Perspective of bus stop Render Testing of effects with/out lights Image Example of layer glass art

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personal WORKS Planar Section a Seat Planar Section b Shelf Planar Section c Roof Drawing Front and side elevation

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zombie safehouse project

abandoned outpoust, anywhere

Sponsor : ZSHC Client : Survivors Zombie Safe House Competition (Online)

ZSHC

Program Issues to Address: 1. How many people can you fit in your safe house? 2. How are you handling power, potable water, and waste? 3. How are you handling access to your safe house? 4. How many days do you plan to stay in your safe house, and how much food and water are you providing? 5. How will you keep zombies out of your safe house?

BEDROOM

BEDROOM VERTICAL FARMING

BEDROOM BEDROOM

UV PANELS

BEDROOM TOILET TRAP DOOR

SERVICES

BLAST FURNACE

INCINERATION CHAMBER

The SILO SAFE HOUSE The idea behind the Silo safe house is to hold survivors for an indefinite amount of time while self sustaining living costs. As the world brinks upon an apocalyptic end, silos are readily available for quick intervention as their sizes and protective quality for the storage within is ideal for survival of zombie intrusion. The form is usually a cylindrical tower with little or one access. While the zombies gather around in futile attempts to hunt the survivors, a trap door is present to collect these brainless corpses and incinerate their bodies for energy/heating. The vertical farming is and North-facing (for Southern Hemisphere) UV panels are the simplest form of self-sustainable living. Whereas the rest of the space are basically bedrooms connected by a spiral staircase giving access to every space.

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Plan Typical bedroom plan of Silo Safe House Section Image Spiral stairs in SIlo Image (Right) Zombie infested landscape with Silo Safe House


personal works

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illustration

spawn comic

Taylor’s College University Diploma of Architectural Technology Studio 2 Studio leader : Hong Lim

The Comic Strip As one of my studio starter project in Diploma, we were tasked to illustrate a comic character with dual personae and the way both these identities travel across the city. The objective of the comic was to explore different modes of transportation creatively within the town of Subang Jaya, Malaysia - through which engages students to study the interaction between movement and spaces.

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work experience

Unit One Design Sdn Bhd Assistant Architect SEPT 2012 - DEC 2012 Experience : Running one personal project for a clubhouse through from concept to delivery order submission, I also part take under a series of other projects - including 1 bungalow at drafting stage, 1 condominium signage design, 1 competition project at Sabah, 1 condiminium unit design, and 1 staircase for interior design project. I have also undertaken site visits, client meets, consultant meets and supplier meets. Responsibilities : Site analysis, concept design, spatial planning, drafting D.O. drawings, 3D modelling (Sketch Up 8), detail drawings - stairs, attic, perimeter wall and carpark.

JALAN 13/1

SITE PHOTOS

JALAN 13/4

PANORAMIC VIEW BETWEEN JUNCTION OF 13/4 & 13/1

PANORAMIC VIEW OF JALAN 13/4

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Render (outsourced) Sabah competition rendered images Render Staircase core design - interior design Render Overall images for clubhouse schematics design Photograph Site location panaroma image

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KEB VENTURES SDN. BHD. Casual Position SEPT 2012 - DEC 2012 Experience : Split into two parts, I was tasked to assist the sitesupervisor/QS on his routine order to sites overseeing 4 separate locations surrounding Kajang - inclusive of 2 factories, 1 shop house development and 1 bungalow construction; and on days within the office, I worked on the bungalow from an architect’s perspective - proposing colour selection, detailing outdoor cabinets and rendering overall appearances upon client’s requests. Responsibilities : Detailing bungalow project - pool, stove, pond, pavilion. External design colour scheme proposal for overall elements, and detailing around window and wall banding.

Render Bungalow in all four elevations Render + montage Visual representation of front elevation Render + montage Visual representation of site elevation Photograph Series of site visit images - progress

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work experience

P&T ARCHTIECTS Intern : Presentation Team APR 2012 - JUN 2012 Experience : Worked on 2 project AMK Ave 5, Elias Tower. Converting tender plans to brochure plans. Responsibilities : Proposing initial layout plan of development for AMK Ave 5, drafting of details : kitchen, toilet, electrical layout & reflected ceiling plan

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Site Plan Layout plan proposal for AMK Ave 5 Details Toilet and Kitchen


Arkitek INASREKA Intern : Design team APR 2012 - JUN 2012 Experience : Worked on 2 projects - Bungalow, Church (City Harvest), Designed company folio brochure. Responsibilities : Draft elevation details of Bungalow. Facade design of office block for City Harvest Church and proposing internal wall design of auditorium (phase 2). Rendering of design proposals and mood settings.

Elevation Bungalow Render Facade design for office block Render Auditorium mood settings

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profile

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INFORMATION name date of birth address contact email

Chua Chin Ming, Joseph 25 / 11 / 1989 No.1, Jalan Jering, Taman Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (56100) +6012 - 296 7087 cai_joseph89@hotmail.com

EDUCATION 2012-2013

University of Melbourne, Australia Bachelor of Environments Major in Architecture (Distinction)

2007-2010

Taylor’s College University, Malaysia Diploma in Architectural Technology (Distinction)

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Garden International School, Malaysia IGCSE O Levels (2006) - Attained grades of all A’s and above for 10 subjects

EVENTS / COMPETITIONS / PUBLICATIONS 2008

KLPAC featured wall design Taylor’s College University Design featured wall for entrance of KL Performing Arts Centre promoting Taylor’s College University

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Integrated Project (Won) Design art gallery cum residence for two

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Marking Georgetown with a heritage belt Georgetown Heritage World Heritage Inc. Physically brand Georgetown among the UNESCO heritage site

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SBC Architectural Design Award (Finalist) Design a community centre cum recycling centre

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SONA 24-Hr Interschool Competition Student Organised Network for Architecture Propose the future of architecture in a manifesto within 24 hours

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Zombie Safe House Competition (Online) Design a safehouse for a zombie apocalypse

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Bus Stop 560 Design a shelter for bus stop 560

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PAPER magazine Selected works : Neon Design, Barlow World Enterprise showroom

Taylor’s College University

SBC Corporations

ZSHC innosite.dk PAPER

REFEREES Ian Ng Aik Soon

Mohd. Shaiful

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Employer/Lecturer Registered Architect, Malaysia Associate Professor School of Architecture and Planning University of Auckland Superior Officer Commanding of SAF BMTC 3/Ulyssses (CPT)

+64 22 350 7235 (M) asng21@gmail.com

+65 9765 7966 (M)


ARCHITECTURE WORK EXPERIENCE Sept 2013 - Dec 2013

Unit One Design Sdn. Bhd. Assistant Architect Projects participated Lot 13 GPL, Petaling Jaya Lot 139 GPL, Tun Razak KL JLK Residence, Singapore Jesselton Quay Competition, KK, Sabah Albert Tan Residence, KL Penchala Residences, KL

Malaysia

Dec 2012 - Feb 2013

KEB VENTURES Sdn. Bhd. Casual Projects participated Bungalow, Broga Hill Shophouses, Setapak

Malaysia

Apr 2012 - Jun 2012

P&T Architects Intern Projects participated Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 Conominium Elias Tower, Pasir Ris Arkitek Inasreka Intern Projects participated City Harvest Church, Subang Bungalow, Bukit Damansara MOA Arkitek Intern Projects participated D’Strand Condominium Hotel, Vietnam

Jun 2009 - Aug 2009

Jun 2008 - Aug 2008

Singapore

Malaysia

Malaysia

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Mar 2010 - Mar 2012

SINGAPORE ARMED FORCES (INFANTRY) Rank : 2nd Sergeant Role : Platoon Sergeant of SAF BMTC3/U Commander of Platoon Best Recruit Commander of Company Best Recruit Awarded Coin of School Sergeant Major

Singapore

Apr 2012

Freelance Client : Hi-Tech Hotstamping Manufacturer Pte Ltd Greetings card design

Singapore

Jan 2013

Freelance Client : Hana-tea Business name card design

Malaysia

Don-Don Japanese Restaurant Kitchen Hand

Australia

Feb 2013 - Jul 2013

SOFTWARE PROFICIENCY Auto CAD Google Sketch Up Pro V-Ray Render 3DS Max

Advanced Advanced Advanced Beginner

Rhino 3D Grasshopper MS Office Adobe Suite

Intermediate Intermediate Advanced Intermediate

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY English Mandarin Cantonese Malay

Spoken/Written Spoken Spoken Spoken

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j-ar THANK YOU Online Portfolio available @ http://issuu.com/jsopeh/docs/josephchua_archi_folio_online

Joseph Chua Architecture Portfolio (2013)  

Selected Works (2008-2013) University of Melbourne (Architecture), Taylor's College University

Joseph Chua Architecture Portfolio (2013)  

Selected Works (2008-2013) University of Melbourne (Architecture), Taylor's College University

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