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Portfolio JULIAN ZI LIANG HUANG


ACADEMIC WORK Alternative Healthcare Service for Peckham Zoetrope Protection for Vulnerable Communities Newham Horticultural Club and Aromatherapy Centre Thames Weather Station Barcelona Institute of Barthymetry

COMPETITION WORK Hakka Cultural Park, Guangdong Bering Strait Ideas Competition Sitachi International Arts Festival Shenji Islands Renewal

PROFESSIONAL WORK Ashton Porter Architects Allies Morrison Architects Pollard Thomas Edwards (PTEa)


Academic Fifth Year- The final year project is comprised of two parts. Whilst the first part investigated vulnerable communities in contemporary societies, in particular, what are preventing Travelling Communities from leading a transient life. The brief proposed a series of strategies that protected Travelling Community’s vulnerabilities and encouraged them to lead a mobile life once again. The second part of the final year explored Health Care in contemporary society, and called for radical changes to how future health care can be accessed. It proposes a whole new health service for the London borough of Peckham, where alternative medical treatments are encouraged, to reflect and preserve the distinct cultural identity of the local community, and also it questioned the need for centralized healthcare, instead, proposes an de-centralized health service that is saturated into the urban fabric of the community, therefore suggest access to healthcare can and should become a part of everyday life.


5th Year- Final Project

ical establishment with his book ‘Medical Nemesis’, in which he proposed that the only way to revetient. However, I would like to cast a more critical eye over his theory of self-care; as forty years post ver been greater. Yet the medicalization of our society has only increased. Therefore I argue that if we ather, it is within the social, societal and environmental context surrounding the patient, as an incre-

d to have been fully privatised from the government. Instead it would be operated and ran by pharhealth services.

Blueprint For A New

Alternative Health Service

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s saturated and diffused into the urban fabric of the city, where every setting of human beings reside our society is becoming ever increasingly ‘medicalised’. With this notion in mind; I would like to expals of those everyday setting where human beings reside and frequent.

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Instant Access to Health

THE NEW ALTERNATIVE HEALTH SERVICE IN PECKHAM, LONDON. 2012 - MAKING HEALTH CARE MORE ACCESSIBLE -

Both an investigation of the current health care service of the United Kingdom and an examination of the health conditions of modern health care facilities. My final project calls for a complete overhaul of a local health care service in Peckham, London. The brief consists of 25 alternative health clinics that can be integrated into the urban fabric of the local community, making access to health care far easier, efficient and more dynamic, as it would become a part of the everyday process. For example, going to the supermarket also mean accessing the dietician; going to the gym can get access to the physiotherapist; and going to the local butchers can access the minor surgery clinic.


1. Entrances

Studies of Current Health Care Infrastructure of the U.K The spaces in modern clinics that pose the most threat to their occupant: the clinical wards, and waiting area and the transitional spaces such as the corridors.

2. Waiting Rooms

Waiting Room

Cooridors

3. Transistion Spaces Coridoors

Views There are conclusive evidences that indicates ‘visual exposure to plants and other nature lasting only a few minutes can foster considerable restoration or recovery from stress.’ This relationship can be explained from two different perspectives. Firstly, escapism. Scenes of nature, such as gardens, flowers, trees, provide us with visual stimulation; this allows the patient, whilst waiting for consultation or recovering from operation, a means of escaping the stress and anxiety as a result of experiencing illness and pain, thoughts of negativity and anxiety could be replaced by the interplay of nature and mind, creating an opportunity for day dream, the visual scenery of nature can physically, and mentally allow us to escape the bounded and restricted confinement that of a health clinic. As illustrated by Cooper-Marcus and Barnes’s experiment, a patient whom they observed and interviewed remarked: “It’s a good escape from what they put me through. I come out here between appointments. I feel much calmer, less stressed”

Entrance

Third, privacy. Together with control, another major contributing factor to stress and anxiety in the medical environment is the lack of personal space. Health clinics are social spaces, whether it’s between patient and doctor, or patient to patient, or doctor to doctor, we are never alone in a medical facility. Yet sometimes we just want to be left alone, to think, to recover, to reflect, to grief. This is particularly relevant in time of illness, where psychological trauma and disease make us confront reality that’s often painful and arduous. In those situations we probably do not want to socialise or occupy a social space. In this context, nature and in particular, a garden provides intimate, close personal privacy that allows the act of reflection, recuperation and bereavement.

Health Analysis in Peckham, Southwark The NHS conducted annual public health report found that the health of people in Southwark is worse than the England average. Life expectancy in men is lower than for England as a whole, and the rates of infant death and deaths from smoking, and levels of violent crime and drug misuse are all higher than average. There are health inequalities within Southwark. Nearly 60% of residents live in areas classified as being in the fifth most deprived areas in England. Life expectancy, especially for men, is shorter in these areas than other less deprived parts of the borough. In the past ten years, death rates for all causes combined have improved for men and women. The rate for women is now similar to the national average. Rates have fallen for early deaths from cancer, as well as from heart disease and stroke, but the latter remain higher than the English average. Southwark has one of the highest teenage pregnancy rates in England, however levels of smoking in pregnancy and breast feeding initiation are better in Southwark than the England average. The proportion of children living in poverty, GCSE achievement and level of childhood obesity are worse than average. Map 3

The percentage of pupils aged 15 in each London borough achieving five or more A*- C grade GCSEs or equivalent

London Unemployment rate

Enfield

Barnet Harrow

Haringey

Hillingdon

Waltham Forest

Redbridge Havering

Brent

Camden Islington Hackney City of Westminster

Ealing

City

Tower Hamlets

Newham

Barking and Dagenham

Southwark Greenwich Hounslow

Lambeth

Richmond upon Thames

Hammersmith and Fulham

Wandsworth

Kingsto n upon Thames Bromley Sutton

Unemployment rates (%) Persons aged 16 – 74

Southwark

(110)

6.7 to 10.0

(171)

5.2 to 6.6

(110)

less than 5.2

(234)

60.0 and over (4) 50.0 to 59.9

(10)

40.0 to 49.9

(12)

not applicable (1)

Southwark

Adult ill health

Southwark

Southwark

Adult mortality

Croydon

less than 40.0 (6)

Average unemployment rates (%) London = 6.7 England = 5.2

Infant mortality

Percentage pupils aged 15 achieving 5+ A* to C grade GCSEs or equivalent

Merton

Kensington and Chelsea

10 or more

Bexley Lewisha m

Underage conception

Notes: 1 The bands have been raised from those of earlier years to take account of higher success rates. 2 The provisional figures normally differ little from the final results.


Project introduction:

Instant Access to Health: A health Corridor along Peckham High Street The project calls for a series of health clinics that offer alternative treatments such as Ayurveda, Chinese and African Herbal Medicine across the London boroughs of Peckham. This proposal is a direct response to the changing landscape of healthcare that’s taking place across Britain, where the proposed privatisation of the NHS is making headline news on a daily basis. The proposal explores how privatisation of the NHS could affect the way we will access and interact with healthcare facilities in the future, where hospitals could be the reserve of major surgical procedures and emergencies, while GPs and local surgeries could multiply across the urban landscape to cope with the majority of the population’s health matters, from primary care to post-natal care. Access to health care could become a part of everyday experience; Going to the local supermarket could also mean a pit-stop at the dietician’s, or getting your hair cut in the local hairdresser’s mean a visit to the dermatologist to resolve scalp allergies. The privatisation of the NHS could see the commercialisation of healthcare facilities throughout our cities, where the sight of a clinic could become as ubiquitous as your local convenience store; instant access to health could become the reality of future healthcare.

Otolaryngologist/ENT

Furthermore, as opposed to the bio-medical model offered by the NHS, these new clinics could offer a more natural and holistic framework for health care and a bigger emphasis on health prevention, and more importantly, they offer a health service that reflects the multiple identities and diverse cultural beliefs of the local demography, creating a health service that is sensitive to both place and culture.

Cardiologist Orthopaedist Gastroenterology

Rheumatologist

Ophthalmologist

Rheumatologist Radiologist

Radiologist

Otolaryngologist/ENT

Orthopaedist Cardiologist

Ophthalmologist

Radiologist

Gastroenterology

Radiologist

X walk

X

NO

YES

NO

Stage 1

public transport

YES do i have money?

do i have money? registering with a local GP surgery

call local surgery to make appointment with GP

do i have a telephone/mobile phone?

public transport

NO NO

am i registered with a local GP?

YES

make a appiontment with a GP

YES

travel to surgery from home

NO do i have a car? YES

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Not feeling well, first sign of skin allergy reaction

YES

NO

do i have permanent address?

public call phone

1-3 days

Personal Experience in Accessing Health Services

registering with the receptionist

form filling maybe required

walk

The diagram above illustrates the complex processes involved to enable one to see a specialist doctor. This was drawn from personal experience, however, the often long waiting time for an appointment with a specialist doctor, are well documented by research and is one of the biggest problems facing the NHS. Also the diagram highlights other social and economic mechanisms that could easily prevent a member of a transient community from accessing adequate health service, such as having a telephone to make an appointment, means of transport to get to the health clinic from their residence, and being able to fill out forms regarding health status.

arriving at surgery

YES

public transport

waiting for GP

YES

NO

assistance required

NO

do i have money?

Stage 2

admittance

7.2 weeks

public transport consultation with GP NO arriving home

going home

do i have a car?

YES

discharged from surgery

diagnosis & prognosis

X calling hospital to make appointment for allergy test

do i have a telephone/mobile phone?

public call phone

NO

6-8+ weeks

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pharmarcy for medication

allergy test

public transport

admittance

NO YES

medication

discharge

YES

NO

YES

walk

consultation with doctor

do i have money for medication prescroption

Legend

admittance do i have money?

Actions waiting for doctor

call hospital to make appointment

public transport

Decisions YES

travel to hospital from home

NO

assistance required

NO do i have a car? YES

arriving at specialist hospital

registering with the receptionist

form filling maybe required

Stage 3

Barriers that could prevent one from archieving next action


Polyclinic Typologies Urban High Street Typologies Ear Nose Thorat (ENT) Housing Information and IT

Ophthalmology

Records

Physiotherapy

Nutrition and dietetics

Day Surgery

Scans & X-ray

Rheumatology

Phamarcy

Dentistry

Urology

Emergency

Educational

Gastroenterology

Orthopaedics

URBAN HEALTH CORRIDOR

Reception and registration

Office

Post offices

Film and camera

Butchers

Schools

Police

Supermarket

Sweet Shop

Gym/Sports complex

Electronics

Flourist

Book shop

Opticians

Music & DVD

Pub/Bar


DARE TO CARE

For An Istant Access To Health

A supermarket that monitors your health and dietary patterns

The NHS Health Service Is Changing

To Find Out More, call 0800 01 00 01 or visit,www.nhs.uk/DareToCare/ A organic vegetable farm located above the supermarket where you can go and pick your own healthy vegetable

They are conviniently located aound your neighbourhood, in the supermarket

We also offer workshops and classes to children or adult who are interested in dietary requirements

Need help with your or your family’s dietary problems?

A range of treatment avaliable on a same day basis

We are able to give you impartial advice on your dietary problems, before, during or after your food shopping visits, recommendations can be given based on the produces you buy

DARE TO CARE

Seeing is beliving, so come and visit us

The NHS Health Service Is Changing

Have a hernia that need to be removed swiftly?

To Find Out More, call 0800 01 00 01 or visit,www.nhs.uk/DareToCare/

There are no waiting list, minor operations can be carried out in a single day

For An Istant Access To Health

They are conveniently located around your neighbourhood, come and visit us when you next pop into your butchers

DARE TO CARE For An Instant Access To Health The NHS Health Service Is Changing

To Find Out More, call 0800 01 00 01 or visit,www.nhs.uk/DareToCare/

Post treatment care is also avaliable, to make sure it won’t happen again

A range of treatment avaliable on a same day basis

Got a bad back? Let your community health stations take care of you.

They are conviniently located aound your neighbourhood, in the gym...

They can provide you with expedite diagnosis

Top: Combining clinical and everyday spaces

The above photo montage illustrates the juxtaposition of how clinical spaces could be incorporated into everyday spaces in future healthcare services. Top, a dietician could be incorporated into a supermarket, middle, a minor surgery could be adapted into a local butcher shop, bottom, a physiotherapist could be incorporated into a gym.

Below: Site plans & possible sites for health clinics

Left, an overview plan of Peckham, and the location of the proposed exsisting shops the clinics can attach to.

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DARE TO CARE The NHS Health Service Is Changing

To Find Out More, call 0800 01 00 01 or visit,www.nhs.uk/DareToCare/ They are conviniently located aound your neighbourhood, in the supermarket

A Site 1: Morrison’s supermarket

Site 2: Kenny’s Resturant

Site 3: Royal Mail Post Office

Site 4: Peckham Libary

Site 5: Peckham Living Pulse Gym

DARE TO CARE The NHS Health Service Is Changing

To Find Out More, call 0800 01 00 01 or visit,www.nhs.uk/DareToCare/

For An Ist

C Site 6: Offlicence

They are conveniently located around your neighbourhood, come and visit us when you next pop into

DARE TO CARE F The NHS Health Service Is Changing

Site 7: Georg’s & Big Choice Hair Salon

Site 8: Primark Clothing Store

To Find Out More, call 0800 01 00 01 or visit,www.nhs.uk/DareToCare/ They are conviniently located aound your neighbourhood, in the gym...

Site 9: Peckham Cineplex

Site 10: Peckham Rye Train Station

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‘Peckhamnism’- The diverse cultural identity of Peckham

Haitian Spritual Healing Often also known as Haitian Voodoo, it is a syncretic religion that originates in the Caribbean country of Haiti. It is based upon a merging of the beliefs and practices of West African peoples (mainly the Fon and Ewe), with Arawakian religious beliefs, and Roman Catholic Christianity. Voodoo was created by African slaves who were brought to Haiti in the 16th century and still followed their traditional African beliefs, but were forced to convert to the religion of their slavers. Practitioners are commonly described as Vodouisants Basic Overview The principal belief in Haitian Vodou is that deities called Lwa (or Loa) are subordinates to a god called Bondyè. This supreme being, benevolent creator of all things, does not intercede in everyday human affairs, and it is to the Lwa that Vodou worship is directed.Other characteristics of Vodou include veneration of the dead and protection against evil witchcraft. Haitian Vodou shares many traits with other faiths of the African diaspora, including the Louisiana Voodoo of New Orleans, Santería and Arará of Cuba, and Candomblé and Umbanda of Brazil. A Haitian Vodou temple is called an Hounfour. Vodou paraphernalia, Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Office for National Statistics (ONS) 2001 Census

The most recent source of information on ethnicity in Peckham Community Council is the 2001 5 census. This is still the most reliable source of information on ethnicity for Peckham Community Council, as the GLA 2007 Round Ethnic projections do not provide ethnicity data below borough level. In 2001 the largest proportion of the population was the Black African ethnic group (35%), with the aggregated Black ethnic group accounting for 52% of the population. The remaining Black and Minority Ethnic Groups (BME) accounted for 30% of the population. The second largest ethnic group was the White British (25%). Peckham Community Council has the highest proportion of residents in the Black ethnic group than any other Community Council. The following table shows the ethnic diversity of Peckham Community Council from the 2001 census. The social and cultural diversity of Peckham, and how it could be integrated to formed a collective, community health care system.

Peckham, a melting pot of alternative health models and treatme

Peckham is one of the most ethnically diverse areas of the UK. These are the statistics for the ethnic groups in the Peckham ward according to the 2001 Census. * Black African - 35.67% * White British - 25.73% * Black Caribbean - 15.45% * Other White - 4.58% * Other Black - 3.58% * Chinese - 3.51% * Other Asian - 2.14% * White Irish - 1.93% * Mixed White-Black Caribbean - 1.86% * Bangladeshi - 1.25% * Other Mixed - 1.17% * Mixed White-Black African - 1.08% * Indian - 0.69% * Other South Asian - 0.68% * Mixed White-South Asian - 0.35% * Pakistani - 0.33%

Total population of Peckham = 21,500

* 7 669.05 * 5 531.95 * 3 321.75 * 984.7 * 769.7 * 754.65 * 460.1 * 414.95 * 399.9 * 268.75 * 251.55 * 232.2 * 148.35 * 146.2 * 75.25 * 70.95 African and African Inspired Ritual Healing African and African inspired spritual healing is a holistic discipline involving indigenous herbalism and African spirituality, typically involving diviners, midwives, and herbalists. Practitioners of traditional African medicine claim to be able to cure various and diverse conditions from cancers to psychiatric disorders. Diagnosis is reached through spiritual means and a treatment is prescribed, usually consisting of an herbal remedy that has not only healing abilities, but symbolic and spiritual significance. Traditional African medicine, with its belief that illness is not derived from chance occurrences, but through spiritual or social imbalance, differs greatly from Western medicine, which is technically and analytically based. In the 21st century, modern pharmaceuticals and medical procedures remain inaccessible to large numbers of African people due to their relatively high cost and concentration of health centres in urban centres. In recent years, African medical practitioners have acknowledged that they have much to learn from traditional medical prctices. African Spritual Healing can be divided into three different sub-catogories: these include: -Haitian Spritual Healing -West African Spritual Healing -Louisiana Spritual Healing Voodoo is often associated with the lore of Satanism, zombies and “voodoo dolls”. Zombie creation has been referenced within rural Haitian culture,[19] but is not a part of the Voodoo religion. Such manifestations fall under the auspices of the bokor or sorcerer rather than the priest of the Lwa. The practice of sticking pins in voodoo dolls has history in folk magic. Voodoo dolls are often associated with New Orleans Voodoo and Hoodoo (folk magic) as well the magical devices of the poppet and the nkisi or bocio of West and Central Africa.


Chinese Herbal Medicine, along with the other components of Chinese medicine, is based on the concepts of Yin and Yang. It aims to understand and treat the many ways in which the fundamental balance and harmony between the two may be undermined and the ways in which a person's Qi or vitality may be depleted or blocked. Chinese herbology is the theory of traditional Chinese herbal therapy, which accounts for the majority of treatments in traditional Chinese medicine. The term herbology is misleading in so far as plant elements are by far the most commonly, but not solely used substances; animal, human, and mineral products are also utilized. There are roughly 13,000 medicinals used in China and over 100,000 medicinal recipes recorded in the ancient literature.Plant elements and extracts are by far the most common elements used. The beneficial effects of therapeutic sauna include unstable angina pectoris, recent myocardial infarction, and severe aortic stenosis. Sauna is safe, however, for most people with stable coronary heart disease. It is not harmful to the aged when used in moderation, is safe even for young infants over 3 months if limited to short (< 3 minutes) sessions, and does not affect wound healing. Sauna use may reduce the incidence of the common cold, and temporarily relieve the symptoms. It increases performance in endurance sport, increases plasma volume and red cell volume in athletes, decreased systolic blood pressure, significantly improved exercise tolerance, increased peak respiratory oxygen uptake, and enhanced anaerobic threshold in chronic conitions

Acupuncture is a type of alternative medicine that treats patients by insertion and manipulation of solid, generally thin needles in the body

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Ayurveda Healing Ayurveda medicine is a system of traditional medicine native to India and a form of alternative medicine. In Sanskrit, words āyus, meaning “longevity”, and veda, meaning “knowledge” or “science”. The earliest literature on Indian medical practice appeared during the Vedic period in India, i.e., in the mid-second millennium BCE. The Suśruta Saṃhitā and the Charaka Saṃhitā are encyclopedias of medicine compiled from various sources from the mid-first millennium BCE to about 500 CE. They are among the foundational works of Ayurveda. Over the following centuries, ayurvedic practitioners developed a number of medicinal preparations and surgical procedures for the treatment of various ailments. Famous Bedik diviner just outside Iwol, southeast Senegal (West Africa) He predicted outcomes by examining the color of the organs of sacrificed chickens.

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Approach The three doṣas and the 5 elements from which they are composed. The practice of panchakarma is a therapeutic way of eliminating toxic elements from the body. As early as the Mahābhārata, ayurveda was called “the science of eight components” a classification that became canonical for ayurveda. They are:

Many traditional medicinal practitioners are people without education, who have rather received knowledge of medicinal plants and their effects on the human body from their forebears. They have a deep and personal involvement in the healing process and protect the therapeutic knowledge by keeping it a secret. In a manner similar to orthodox medicinal practice, the practitioners of traditional medicine specialize in particular areas of their profession. Some, such as the inyangas of Swaziland are experts in herbalism, whilst others, such as the South African sangomas, are experts in spiritual healing as diviners, and others specialize in a combination of both forms of practice. There are also traditional bone setters and birth attendants. Herbalists are becoming more and more popular in Africa with an emerging herb trading market in Durban that is said to attract between 700,000 and 900,000 traders per year from South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique. Smaller rade markets exist in virtually every community. Their knowledge of herbs has been invaluable in African communities and they were the only ones who could gather them in most societies.

Internal medicine (Kāya-cikitsā) Paediatrics (Kaumārabhṛtyam) Surgery (Śalya-cikitsā) Eye and ENT (Śālākya tantra) Bhūta vidyā has been called psychiatry. Toxicology (Agadatantram) Prevention of diseases and improving immunity and rejuvenation (rasayana) Aphrodisiacs and improving health of progeny (Vajikaranam) In Hindu mythology, the origin of ayurvedic medicine is attributed to Dhanvantari, the physician of the gods.

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At an early period, Ayurveda adopted the physics of the “five elements” Pṛthvī (earth), Jala(water), Agni (fire), Vāyu (air) and Ākāśa (Sky)) — that compose the universe, including the human body. Chyle or plasma (called rasa dhātu), blood (rakta dhātu), flesh (māṃsa dhātu), fat (medha dhātu), bone (asthi dhātu), marrow (majja dhātu), and semen or female reproductive tissue (śukra dhātu) are held to be the seven primary constituent elements – saptadhātu of the body. Ayurvedic literature deals elaborately with measures of healthful living during the entire span of life and its various phases. Ayurveda stresses a balance of three elemental energies or humors: Vāyu vāta (air & space – “wind”), pitta (fire & water – “bile”) and kapha (water & earth – “phlegm”). According to ayurvedic medical theory, these three substances — doṣas (literally that which deteriorates)—are important for health, because when they exist in equal quantities, the body will be healthy, and when they are not in equal amounts, the body will be unhealthy in various ways. One ayurvedic theory asserts that each human possesses a unique combination of doṣas that define that person’s temperament and characteristics. Another view, also present in the ancient literature, asserts that humoral equality is identical to health, and that persons with preponderances of humours are proportionately unhealthy, and that this is not their natural temperament. In ayurveda, unlike the Sāṅkhya philosophical system, there are 20 fundamental qualities, guṇa inherent in all substances. Surgery and surgical instruments were employed from a very early period, Ayurvedic theory asserts that building a healthy metabolic system, attaining good digestion, and proper excretion leads to vitality. Ayurveda also focuses on exercise, yoga, and meditation.


Site Analysis Central London

Peckham Creative Space Fitness Centre

Morrison Supermarket

Peckham Bus Terminus

Peckham Libary

Peckham High Street

Gaumont House Surgery

Peckham Police Station


Kam Foh Chinese Food To Take Away- Fast food store

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Easylink Business Centre Barwaago Retail Shop- Money transfer and exchange service Fried Chicken House- Fast food store

Bus Stops

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Gabby’s Bakery- Bakery store Jenny’s Mini Market- Genreal food and wine Jubilee Restaurant and Night Club- Restaurant and night club

Park + Recreational Typologies

Yemmyes Textiles- Fabric Store Reed- Charity Company

Heego Express Cafe- Cafe

London & Brighton- Pub

Dion Hair Salon- Beauty Salon

Costcutter- food and wine Sun route- Travel agent E. Cook- Accountant

Olive tree kebab house Lizon’s- Beauty salon Regalon- Estate agent M’s cafe- cafe and restaurant Sandpiper liquor store

Leegate barbers- men’s hair salon

The Children’s society

Peckham police station

Daphanie’s fish and chips- fast food store

Gaumont house surgery Day lewis pharmacy

Criterion Restaurant- Restaurant Rakhs News- News agent Rex Laudarette- Laudarette Hollywood nail and beauty supply- Beauty salon Visual Images- comupter and software store Supermalt beer and wine- Offlicence shop

Post Office Payless- food and wine

Easy Clean- Laudarette H

Nyxon Hairdressing & Barber Equipment- Beauty salon and barber shop Transport Typologies

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XLJ money transfer Laudarette

Dave’s International Barber Salon- men’s hair salon

Shop currently unoccupied- Shop to let

Queens Kitchen- Restaurant

Ola- Iya Fashion House- Fashion store First Time Burgers- Fast foos store Dennis’ Butchers- Butchers A Grobeso African cusine- Restaurant O’Grae’s cash and carry- genreal food store Top Barbers- men’s hair salon

Internet Cafe- Internet access Public Building Typologies

B C D E F

Iecan- Job centre

Bottles- Off licences store

A

The Grey Hound- Pub Cafe Como- cafe and restaurant Afrei Radio Cars- Mini Cab company

Industrial Typologies

Little Hut- News Agent and Offlicence Clear instant print- Stationery and photocopy store Take 2wo African Cusine- Restaurant Natwest Bank- Bank The Kentish Drovers- Pub

AC Social Club- Game shop Christina’s Hair Fashion Perfect Fried Chicken Unity @ Peckham London Private Hire Service Good Times- night club Suya Express- Bar Elliot’s Classio Deisgner Wear- Fashio store Dave’s International Hair Studio H&T Prawn brokers- Pawn brokers

Retail/ Commercial Typologies

Car Parking Typologies

A. Slick- Hair and beauty salon B. Katies Kebab & Burger- Fast food store C. Yesil Irmak- Supermarket and offlicence D. M. Manze- restaurant and cafe E. NEA- Employment Solictors F. Jet’s Accessaries- Stationery and accessaries store G. Spencer’s Shoes- Footware store H.Citizens Advice Bureau- Public advice service I. Cisella- Fashion store J. Scope- Charity Store K. Peckham Creative Space

Mothercare- Infant’s clothing

Albermarle & Bond- Prawnbrokers Shark Shoes- Foot ware store Carphone Warehouse- Telecommunications Quicksilver- Betting store Risky- Fashion store Sakhai Quality Meat and Fish Savers- Health Home Beauty Clothing Club- Fashion store Rye Lane Fruit & Veg Super Sport- Foot ware store Pound Busters- Genreal good store Unnames Store- Fashion store Nationawide- Bank Boots Store Stead & Simpsons- Footware store Phones 4u Halifax- Bank Alantic Clothing- Fashion store

Specsaver- Opticians Travel Zone- Luggage store Carpet Right- Interiors store Curry’s Digital- Electronic store Clinton Cards- Greeting card store JD Sports- Sport’s clothing Holland & Barretts- Health foos store Thomas Cook- Travel agent WHSmith- Stationery and news agent HSBC- Bank

APT Clothing- Fashion store Barclay’s - Bank ZA Fish & Meat- Butchers KFC- Fast foos chain Bonmarche- Fashion store Couch II Jewellery- Jewellery store

Primark- Fashion store Nevin’s Irish Meat Market- Butchers Rye Lane Chapel- Religious Services Clark’s- Footware store

Adams- Infant wear store Magic City- Gambling and games H. Samuel- Jwellery store Rye Lane Off -Licence Sea Food City- Fish mongers Peckham Costmetics- Beauty store Colors- Fashion store TZZY’s- Beauty salon Tara- News agent

Shoe Fayre- Footware store Superdrug- Cosmetics health and beauty store Pebbles- Childrens clothing Rye Lane Market Peckham Green Grocers Peckham Butchers and Grocers- Butchers Argos- Genreal goods store Dollond & Aitchinson- Opticians Peacocks- Fashion store MM Quality Halal Meat & Fish - Butchers The Hope- Pub Sabina Hair & Cosmetics- Beauty store

Woolworth- Now closed Abbey National- Bank Priceless Shoes- Footware store ACE- Hair and beauty store

MacDonald’s - Fast food chain

Iceland SuperMarket

Marbella Hotel

The Red Cow- Pub

Dental Surgery

Burgerking- Fast food chain

Subway- Fast food chain Gregg’s- Bakery store Zara’s- Offlicence and news agent United Meat- Butchers Cracker Jack- Offlicence and supermarket Club 56- genreal goods store Ladbrokes- Betting agent

George’s- Men’s barber Phone City A. Wilson- Cycle store Big Choice Barbers

Persepolis- Persian restaurant Job Centre

Bai Vi- Restaurant Dixie Chicken- Fast food chain Cap Sud- Restaurant

BP Petrol Station

Hao Wah- Genreal food store Hamo’s Republic-

Lister Primary Healthcare Centre

Payless Food Store Williamhill Bookmakers Hair Beauty Peckham Bus Terminus Envouge Unisex Salon- Beauty salon Fab Food- Paterserie and restaurant Aksu- Fashio store Beyonce- Fashion store Chinese Medicine Centre Furniture Hall- Furniture store News Mark- News agent and money tranfer Shoe Repair & Key CuttingStrong Tower- News agent and genreal store The Bun House- Pub Timograce Variety Store- Genreal food store Ronish Property- Estate agent De Mor- Beauty salon Mama Africa Hall- Genreal goods store Acuherbal- Herbal medicine store Victory Food Store- Genreal food store LLS Nails- Beauty store Berkelyy- Prawn brokers Flower Shop- Florist Kumasi Market- Genreal goods store Meat Divine- Butchers M.K Mobile store Griffe Nightclub- Night club Mark One- Fashion store

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Number of cars between the junction of Peckham High Street and Peckham Hill Street. Counted between 15:25 and 16:31

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Method for obtaining Instant Access to Healthcare III Steve goes to the supermarket to do this daily shopping. When checking out, he scans his smart phone which has a record of his health problems stored. If the food scanner in the check-out counter detects any food that could exacerbate his health conditions, the cashier would be notified and would pass on the notification to Steve. From here he has a choice of visiting the traditional Chinese fire cupping therapist to treat his diet related health ailments. This eliminates the need for making appointments and thus provide an instant access to health.


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Method for obtaining Instant Access to Healthcare II Margret is on an Ayurveda Swedana treatment course which requires daily herbal steam sessions that lasts 30 minutes. But as she is a single mother and have a child to look after, it would be rather inconvenient for her to leave the house and go to the specialist clinic. However, the local alternative service offers a mobile Ayurveda service where patients can access the health care from the comfort of their own homes. Furthermore, the mobile clinic have an extendable bridge that can link up with the patient’s own home at different heights, so whether she lives on the second floor or fifth floor, she can instant access the Ayurveda clinics from her window.

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Method for obtaining Instant Access to Healthcare IV David is having his after work hair cut session in the local barber shop. The hairdresser, who is also a qualified dermatologist, notices some scalp problem on David’s head as he cuts his hair. He consults David on this matter to which David confirms that he has been suffering from skin complain on his scalp lately. Instantly, the hair dresser offers him an Pizhichil treatment service, to which he happily accepted. After the haircut, David is led to the hair washing area of the barber shop which also double up as the waiting room of the clinic. While getting his hair washed, he glimpses the herbal plants that the Pizhichil treatment process will be using, giving him an insight into the realities of herbal medicine.

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consultation with dietician regarding diet problems and diet regime. Dietician can help to work out best dietary requirements, which can be recorded in the dietary monitor system

take the public health bus service

NO

YES

the dietician will be able to see the food you have been eating through the shopping record kept after each visit you made to the supermarket

the diet monitor system calculates your dietary requirements and any specific health conditions you are suffering from

your personal health record is updated onto the personal diet monitor system

the diet monitor system keeps track of the food you are purchasing

for example the diet monitor have a record of your diabetic condition, and when you are purchasing too high high sugar content food, the system will be alerted

the diet monitor system picks up that you are buying too much of a certain food which is bad for your health condition

leaving dietician

enter dietician

do i have money? dietician registers your entrance into the super market

public transport

*

9:00am: leaving home to carry out daily shopping and activities

NO

is there private tranportation avaliable?

YES

the diet monitor system keeps track of the food you are purchasing

feedback

arrive at first destination: the Supermarket for essential food shopping

leaving hair dresser

begining shopping

enters supermarket

hair cut payment

the diet monitor system keeps track of the food you are purchasing

feedback

check out

hair dresser recommends a skin laser treatment to combat the skil condition

YES

check-out counter computer is alerted of your food purchasing and lets the check out personnel know to warn you of your food purchasing

feedback

continue shopping

NO

Scenario 1 : Dietecian Clinic A dietecian that can be attached to supermarkets, it monitors the types of food that are purchased and can give warning when large quantity of unhealthy food are bought.

hair cut finishes

choice of continue purchase of that item, or it can be returned

NO

feedback

payment of final purchase

YES

leaving supermarket

arriving at second destionation: beauty salon

arranging for hair cut appointment

waiting for hair dresser

hair dresser ready for appointment

hair cut

feedback

questions or concerns regarding dietary problems

feedback

Scenario 2 : Dermatology Clinic The parent suffers from a skin condition on her scalp, which she picked up last few weeks but she does not know she has contracted the condition yet. And it could possibly passed on to her children.

treatment payment enter dermatology clinic, which forms part of the beauty salon

skin laser treatment

User Experience Research: Type 1 Unemployed Middle Age Parent

arriving at third destionation: music + video rental store

letter is processed by staff

result given to patient

staff searches for result

Scenario 5 : Medical Result Collection Point

arriving at sixth destionation: Gym

register with reception

enter gym

interaction with post office staff, asks for stamp

informs the staff that a skin allergy test was carried out earlier this morning

enter changing room

the receptionist registers your entrance, which updates the gymâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s electronic fitness monitor system that detects any physical fitness variations each time you go to the gym Scenario 6: Physiotherapy + Orthopaedics clinic The parent is suffering from rheumatism and intense pain in his/her knees. Exercise would help her condition but it also means its extremely pain to exercise, physiotherapy treatment help to relieve some pain

changes into gym outfit

hair dresser carries out an immediate consultation session, at the same time as giving a hair cut

listen to a newly released music album

browsing new music and movie titles

hearing and vision loss detectors are installed inside public headphones and screens, which are able to detect the onset of hearing and vision impairment when customers use these equipment

hearing monitors inside the headphones analysisng the hearing ability of the person using the headphones

arriving at fifth destionation: Post Office

enter post office

flower wrapped by florist

going home

leaving gym

select a flower

herbal treatment prescribed by herbalist

enter herbal treatment clinic

consultation with herbalist

Scenario 4 : Herbal medicine clinic The herbal clinic is attached to the florist, it grows and processes its own herbal medicine

first exercise: running

feedback

feedback

getting off treadmill

fitness monitor system detects your presence on the treadmill

fitness monitor system detects any variations during your running session. For example if your running speed is lower than your previouse session, it will record the difference.

further physical tests or joints examination

further physical tests or joints examination

leaving M+V rental store

NO YES

enter hearing/vision clinic previous recorded hearing and vision results are uploaded by the physician. Then takes further tests if necessary

browsing for flowers

arriving at fourth destionation: Florist

entering florist

feedback

getting on weight machine

second exercise: weight machine

getting off weight machine

feedback

feedback

fitness monitor system detects your presence on the weight machine

fitness monitor system detects any variations during your weight session. For example if the amount of weight you are lifting is considerably lower than the previous session, it will be recorded

getting on exercise bike

third exercise: exercise bike

getting off exercise bike

feedback

feedback

fitness monitor system detects your presence on the exercise bike

fitness monitor system detects any variations during your cycling session. For example if the distance of your cycled session is shorter than the previous session, it will be recorded

consultation with physiotherapist or fitness physician

getting on rowing machine feedback

fitness monitor system detects your presence on the rowing machine

inside the florist are also a selection of herbal medicine which the florist grows locally and mixed and blended in store

fourth exercise: rowing machine

in another example, the herbal medicine prescribed by the dietecian can also be picked up here in the florist

getting off rowing machine

enter changing room

NO

staff offers the choice of seeing a physiotherapist or fitness physician

on your way out of the gym you can ask for a copy of your work out performance

enter changing room

feedback

fitness monitor system detects any variations during your rowing session. For example if the distance of your rowing session is shorter than the previous session, it will be recorded

fitness monitor system calculates all the recorded variations during your workout and will carry out an in-depth analysis of your performance

your performance record is updated at the reception

YES arriving home at 17:00pm

this problem is updated on the check-out desk and the staff would notify the customer that abnormal readings have been picked by the the hearing the vision monitors

the hearing and vision detectors picks up abnormal readings from the personâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s listening or visual figures, indicating that there maybe a hearing or vision problem

leave herbal treatment clinic

getting on treadmill

further hearing or vision test in-store is offered to the customer

feedback

vision loss detectors inside the screen analysis the visual ability of the person looking at the screen

leaving florist

diagnosis and test results are handled by the postoffice. Whilst posting a letter, you can also ask for your medical test results

enter workout area

go to check -out counter to pay for the new rental

selects new DVD movie or music alblum to rent

feedback

Scenario 3 : Ear Nose Throat (ENT) clinic The parent has a habit of listening to his/her music at full volume on a regular basis. Due to this reason their hearing has been affected and lately he/she noticed some hearing loss

joins queue for counter

hair dresser notices skin condition appearing on the scalp during haircut

watching clips to a newly released movie

feedback

the post office is directly linked to other mobile clinics for ease of access to medical results. For in instance, the skin allergy test carried out in the dermatology clinic are posted here

leaving post office

hair dresser carries out skin allergy test

returning previously rented DVD movie or music album

enter M+V store

hair dresser enquires about the hair product being used recently, and enquires about other sources of irritancies.

leaving changing room

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shower


walking to bus stop

waiting for bus

getting on bus

getting off bus

Scenario 1 : Haematology centre The office worker has been ordered to take a blood test. Blood test are usually carried out first thing in the morning before one goes to work or undertake other activities

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payment for petrol

fuelling up car with petrol

stopping in petrol station

continue driving to work

Scenario 2 : Occupational Hazard Clinic Due to bad posture the office worker suffers from back problems, on top of that, the constant clicking and movement of the wrist from using the mouse also caused Repetitive strain injury (RSI)

The office worker leaves the occupation hazard clinic and goes back to work

stop by bakery shop /coffee shop

re-entering automobile

The physician offers work safety advise and offers some temporary relieve treatment to cease the pain

The physician consults with the office worker about his condition

continue journey to work place

arriving at work place

after two hours at work, the office worker starts to feel pain on his/her wrist due to the effects of RSI

during the break, the office worker visits the occupational hazard clinic with-in the office

getting on bus

leaving work place

the nephrologist clinic also offers a place for the office worker if their alcohol level is too high and unable to drive. They would be able to rest there untill the alcohol level in their blood return to normal

finishing work

arriving at restaurant for lunch

enter restaurant

work

asks for table

the diet monitor system keeps track of the food you are ordering

Gastroenterologist registers entrance into the restaurant leaving nephrologist clinic

is the alcohol over the limit? Scenario 3 : Gastroenterology Clinic The office worker who recently experienced intense stomach pain after eating

Finish consultation session with nephrologist

breath analyzer test Enter nephrologist clinic

Consultation session with nephrologist about the liver condition NO

YES

Enter nephrologist clinic Before leaving the pub each customers is offered to analyse their breath before leaving. This is designed for drivers who would be driving after drinking to make sure that they are not over the alcohol limit

the bar tender is informed of the situation and will inform the office worker that he/she is over the recommendaed alcohol unit and any further could further damage the liver. They would also offer the choice of seeing a nephrologist in the attached clinic next to the pub

the nephrology monitor system picks up that you are ordering excesses amount of alcohol that could do further damage to your liver condition

YES NO

finish drinking in pub

leaving pub

drinking in pub

recieve drink

arriving at butchers

Scenario 5 : Minor Surgery Clinic The office worker who has a mole that need to be removed as advised by his/her GP.

recieve drink

entering butchers

payment for drink

orders more drink

browsing for meat

The office worker informs the butcher that he/she need to attend the minor surgery center to remove a mole as advised by his/ her GP

waiting for food

ordering food

office worker leave gastroenterologist clinic

end of endoscope examination

ordered food arriving

the gastroenterologist carries out endoscope examination of the office worker

waiting for coffee/patisserie

leaving coffee/ patisserie shop

finish drinking coffee/eating patisserie

drinking coffee/ eating patisserie

finishing lunch

blood test finishes

going to the toilet

the toilet is linked to the gastroenterology extension, which have a on-site laboratory that can carry out immediate analysis of your stool

the gastroenterology monitor system picks up that you are eating food that is aggravating your stomach condition

the attached testing laboratory detected in the stool that the office worker had complication in his lower intestine and would benefit from further analysis

consultation with gastroenterologist regarding the stomach pains the office worker experiences after eating. The gastroenterologist can check on record that shows what kind of food he/she has been eating previously

requesting for meat

The butcher would in turn inform the minor operation surgeon

drinking in pub

seating down in cafe

blood test takes place

payment for lunch

leaving restaurant

when leaving the restaurant, the office worker can inquire about the result of the stool test, plus, the waiter/waitress can offer the choice of seeing a Gastroenterologist in the attached clinic

NO

YES

enter gastroenterologist

arriving at work place

Scenario 4 : Nephrology Clinic The office worker has a liver condition and therefore has a reduced alcohol tolerance

finish drinking in pub

recieving coffee/patisserie

NO

the diet monitor system computates the food you have been eating lately

the gastroenterologist offer the office worker further tests such as a endoscope test which can be carried out immediately on-site

Nurse prepares blood test

is there private tranportation avaliable?

leaves haematology centre

eating lunch

The monitoring system have a record of your gastroenterology conditions, it gets constant updates each time you go to the doctor about a gastroenterology condition

payment for coffee/patisserie

eat in

leaving coffee/ patisserie shop

It also give a chance for the office worker to recover after taking the blood test, with refreshments provided by the coffee shop

enter work place

seating down in restaurant

walking to bus stop

re-entering automobile

The Office Worker

Office worker enters haematology centre

YES

waiting for bus

continue journey to work place

take away

take away/ eat in

ask for coffee/ patisserie

enter bakery shop /coffee shop

User Experience Research: Type 2

YES

The waiter/waitress will inform the nurse in the haematology centre

NO

is there private tranportation avaliable?

continue journey to work place

NO

The office worker informs the waiter/waitress that he/she would like to have a blood test in the attached haematology centre

recieve drink

butchers cuts meat as requsted

The minor operation surgeon prepares for the procedure

the alcohol monitor system is being updated of the liver condition

the alcohol monitor system keeps track of the drink he/she is ordering

payment for drink

orders drink

recieves meat

The office worker enters the minor operations theatre

Nephrologist registers entrance into the pub

enter pub

leaving butchers

payment for meat

The office worker gets ready for his/her minor operation procedure

arriving in pub

minor operation takes place

journey to home

arriving at home

leaving work place

heading home

minor operation procedure finishes

getting on bus

journey to home

recovery period after the operation

waiting for bus

finishing work

is there private tranportation avaliable?

leave minor operation clinic

walking to bus stop entering automobile

work

YES NO

public transport

enter work place


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A mixture specially prepared warm herbal oil is poured over the chest and retained inside an herbal paste boundary for 45 minutes. The healing properties of herbal oils used for this massage enriches the blood and maintains strong muscle and connective tissues. A stimulating and therapeutic treatment for muscular chest pain

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Method: Ayurvedic Basti involves the introduction into the rectum of herbal concoctions of sesame oil, and certain herbal preparations in a liquid medium. Basti, is the most effective treatment of Vata disorders, although many enemas over a prescribed period of time are usually required

Method: Ayurvedic Basti involves the introduction into the rectum of herbal concoctions of sesame oil, and certain herbal preparations in a liquid medium. Basti, is the most effective treatment of Vata disorders, although many enemas over a prescribed period of time are usually required

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Gua Sha is abrading the skin with pieces of smooth jade, bone, animal tusks or horns or smooth stones; until red spots then bruising cover the area to which it is done. It is believed that this treatment is for almost any ailment including cholera. The red spots and bruising take 3 to 10 days to heal, there is often some soreness in the area that has been treated.

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Acupuncture involves the use of needles, which are placed at specific points and left in the body for a short period of time. With proper needle placement, it is believed that the body releases endorphins and engages nerve endings in the body. This helps to block pain and restore the body’s functions for optimal health

Acupuncture involves the use of needles, which are placed at specific points and left in the body for a short period of time. With proper needle placement, it is believed that the body releases endorphins and engages nerve endings in the body. This helps to block pain and restore the body’s functions for optimal health

Method: Small linen bags filled with a specially prepared mixture are applied locally to relieve pain. The effect of the herbal extracts is to relieve the pain, and to relax and build up the affected area

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Method: Herbal juices, medicated oils etc. are applied through the nose. This Benefits of Nasya are immense and treatment is highly effective for certain kinds of Headaches, Pre-mature graying of hair, clarity to voice, Headaches of various origin

Method: mixture of the lukewarm herbal oils are poured into a cap fitted on the head for 15 to 60 minutes per day for the time period advised by the Ayurveda physician .The Shiro Vasthi Ayurveda treatment is highly effective for facial paralysis, dryness of nostrils, mouth and throat, severe headaches

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The herbal medicines in TCM are used by practitioners in a variety of ways. They are typically blended in a specific combination to treat many ailments that can afflict the body. The herbal medicine may be found in various forms including teas, pills, extracts, powders, or pastes

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Phase one:

The first phase of the alternative health service is the implementation of three mobile alternative medicine clinics that focuses on the educational aspect of healthcare, each dedicated to a particular alternative medicine, Ayurveda, traditional Chinese Medicine and Youruba. The focus of these education clinics are to demonstrate to the local community the health benefits of alternative medicine. In particular, these clinics will target local schools, therefore the design of these clinics have elements of playground incorporated into its design. They will be mostly visited and used by school children during break time or after school, where the interaction of play will be combined with learning about alternative medicine, such as which herbal medicine is good for particular ailment, and where the plants originates.

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Once the local community have been informed about the benefits of alternative medicine, a fleet of compact, mobile alternative clinics will be rolled out across Peckham. These include mobile Ayurveda Swedana clinics, where an extendable Bridge can link the clinic directly with patient’s own homes and at varies level of height, thus providing an instant access of health. Mobile shirovasthi clinics, which will be situated in varies car parks that provide access to the ‘head-cap’ treatment for car drivers directly from their vehicle via the sun-roof. Others include Mobile Nasya clinics where herbal oil are applied through the nose, Ayurveda pinda sevda clinic where hot oil massages applied to cure muscle ailments, and a series of Chinese herbal clinic will be located abve bus shelters, where the local community can obtain their daily herbal medicine directly from the bus, on the way to work, or on the way home from work.

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After the establishment of the mobile clinics, more permanent health clinics will be incorporated into the existing urban fabric and infrastructure of the local community. These include Chinese fire cupping clinics above supermarkets, where upon checkout, the patient can access traditional Chinese fire cupping treatment that are diet related. A gua sha clinic is situated above the local gym, where users who have muscular complains can obtain instant access to gua sha treatment, and a shiro dhara clinic is merged with hair salons, where users with dermatology complains can obtain instant access to a alternative dermatology treatment service.

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Temporary clinics After the establishment of the mobile clinics, a series of temporary health clinics will be incorporated into the existing urban fabric and infrastructure of the local community. These clinics move to a different location every 6-12 months, but always back to the same typology of shops or urban infrastructure. These include Chinese fire cupping clinics above supermarkets, where upon checkout, customers can access traditional Chinese fire cupping treatment that targets diet related ailments. A gua sha clinic is situated above gyms, where users who have muscular complains can obtain instant access to gua sha treatment, and a swedana clinic is merged with clothing stores, where customers with weight problems can obtain instant access to an alternative weight loss treatment service. These temporary health clinics use existing building structures as basis for structural support, and utilises lightweight building materials for ease of transportation.

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This is a treatment process where the patient is made to lie on a special wooden bed after which, the medicated oil/ milk or buttermilk etc. are poured in a prescribed, continuous stream on his head by the therapist who is assisted in this treatment by other therapists to help with the oil application over the body of the therapy taker

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Salon hair washing facility cum clinic waiting room Above: Interior render illustrating the hair washing room for the salon, which also double up as the waiting room for the dermatology clinic. When patients receive their hair wash whilst waiting for their treatment, they would get a view of the vertical garden located above the waiting room.

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Homeliness Home is where the heart is, as the saying goes; the notion of home is a powerful and profound concept that helps us to construct meaning and identity. Before the onset of modern healthcare services, we born and died in our homes; however, modern medical services revolutionised the home, it generated a medicalised society by both bring and removing health care into and out of our homes. It provided a concierge ‘cradle to grave’ service that defined where, when and how we are born, live and died in this modern epoch. In this context, does home still play a role in relation to modern health?

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Steam is released into the herb growing pod, which help to sustain a humid and hot micro-climate

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Views There are conclusive evidences that indicates ‘visual exposure to plants and other nature lasting only a few minutes can foster considerable restoration or recovery from stress.’ This relationship can be explained from two different perspectives. Firstly, escapism. Scenes of nature, such as gardens, flowers, trees, provide us with visual stimulation; this allows the patient, whilst waiting for consultation or recovering from operation, a means of escaping the stress and anxiety as a result of experiencing illness and pain, thoughts of negativity and anxiety could be replaced by the interplay of nature and mind, creating an opportunity for day dream, the visual scenery of nature can physically, and mentally allow us to escape the bounded and restricted confinement that of a health clinic. As illustrated by Cooper-Marcus and Barnes’s experiment, a patient whom they observed and interviewed remarked: “It’s a good escape from what they put me through. I come out here between appointments. I feel much calmer, less stressed” Third, privacy. Together with control, another major contributing factor to stress and anxiety in the medical environment is the lack of personal space. Health clinics are social spaces, whether it’s between patient and doctor, or patient to patient, or doctor to doctor, we are never alone in a medical facility. Yet sometimes we just want to be left alone, to think, to recover, to reflect, to grief. This is particularly relevant in time of illness, where psychological trauma and disease make us confront reality that’s often painful and arduous. In those situations we probably do not want to socialise or occupy a social space. In this context, nature and in particular, a garden provides intimate, close personal privacy that allows the act of reflection, recuperation and bereavement.

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Medicalization is a concept first introduced by Ivan Illich, who famously attacked the medical establishm ent with his book ‘Medical Nemesis’, in which he proposed that the only way to reverse the effect of med icalization was to shift the power of health care from physician to patient. However, I would like to cast a more critical eye over his theory of self-care; as forty years post ‘Medical Nemesis’ indicates, the ability of patients to administer their own health has never been greater. Yet the medicalization of our society has only increased. Therefore I argue that if we are to liberate from a medicalised society, it does not lie in the patient’s own hands, but rather, it is within the social, societal and environmental context surrounding the patient, as an increasing amount of illness are attributed to these factors.

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ZOETROPE A zoetrope is a device that produces an illusion of action from a rapid succession of static pictures. While traditional zoetrope produced only a two-dimensional animation, the zoetrope I created produces a three-dimensional animation, this is achieved by making a series of repeated physical models that are synced with a strobe light flashing at the same speed as per number of models.

This zoetrope was part of a project that examined vulnerable communities in contemporary societies, in particular, modern day Transient Communities. The aim was to identify the different vulnerabilities these communities face, which are preventing them from leading a transient life. These include social integration, lack of education and employment opportunities and environmental degradation. The zoetrope was a direct response to this brief and it represents a series of strategies that protected the Travelling Communities and the vulnerabilities they face and encouraged them to lead a mobile life once again. The main purpose of using a zoetrope to illustrate these strategies was its emphasis on movement and transience, highlighting the idea of mobility and a mobile life.


“I don’t want my kids to go to school with those other kids cause they will get bullied, and called names at and made fun of...”

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“It be nice if I could have me own room, we do need some private space now and again... some outdoor playing space for the kids would be nice as well, they get a bit bored staying inside all day, you know what boys are like... and my mom won’t allow them out all the time...it’s not that

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Five Designs- responses to the vulnerabilities facing the transient community Objective: To encourage the Travelling community to go on the move once again Agenda: So far, the project has identified five biggest vulnerabilities facing the transient community. These include health, education, environmental degradation, social exclusion and economic hardship, the combination of these form some of the major mechanisms that prevent Travellers from leading a transient life. The se proposals are aimed to protect the Travellers from these vulnerabilities and encourage them to lead a transient life once again. They have the following agendas: 1- To improve access to health facilities and services 2- To create a more mobile learning facility where alternative learning methods are encouraged 3- To recycle the waste generated by the Travelling community and turn it into a source of potential energy 4- Social integration through giving, receiving and sharing with settled community 5- To provide an alternative source of income for some of the Travelling community

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The caravan splits, and transforms into half mobile school, half health clinic attachment

Starting off, the traveller’s caravan is stationary, stationed in the rural countryside, surrounded by trees and greenery.

As the travellers move from a rural landscape to a urban environment, the number of trees will begin to reduce, as they move across the landscape.

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Mobile Health Clinic Attachment- Depicting A Journey Moving Across The Landscape The first belt of the zoetrope represents the journey transient community takes to travel from a rural environment to an urban environment where major health clinics are often located. To mimic the sense of travelling and moving across the landscape, the zoetrope emphasizes the different typologies of architecture the caravan would drive past on its way into the city; these include hosing typologies, industrial and manufacturing typologies, retail and mall typologies, office typologies and finally health clinic typologies. Each typology are represented with 3 models on the zoetrope that increase in scale as it reaches its destination, the enlargement of the size of models highlight an eventual focal point, which is the moment the mobile health clinic attaches with into a health clinic. And with each increase in scale, more details will be revealed.


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Zoetrope Design Plan and elevation of the final version of the Zoetrope. There are in total five different vulnerability protection designs, each occupy a full ring. A major intention of the zoetrope is to show social interaction between the Travelling community and the Settled community, to achieve this, each ring of the zoetrope would interact with another ring, so movement/interaction between the different designs are emphasized. All the elements were first designed and built digitally, this is to test the exact trajectory and movement of the designs, and also how the moving objects and figures can interact with one and the other. It’s is critical to locate the exact position on the zoetrope plate of where the objects and figures will go, as they need to be in the same locations throughout the 15 frames, otherwise they animation would appear to ‘wobble’.

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Zoetrope Fabrication Previous page: each of the 75 designs were individually marked onto the zoetrope. It is critical to get each of the design/object/figure at exactly the right place; otherwise the objects/figures will wobble during the animation. To locate the position of the designs, a base plan of the zoetrope in CAD was plotted, then using a pin, each design was marked onto the base plate with a number reference so the object/figure can be easily located on the wooden base once the objects are fabricated. Above: Before installing the models and figures onto the zoetrope, design was given a colour that could easily be identifiable when the zoetrope spins, then each model and figure are spray painted, and then fixed onto the base with pins or dows, some models are glued to provide additional security.


Animating the Zoetrope

The zoetrope have to be animated in a completely dark space, and using a LED strip strobe light, which is linked to the lighting control programme, which can then determine the flashing speed of the strobe.


1.3 BRIEF AND FUNCTION BRIEF & FUNCTION

How to build a healthier community in time of austerity? 4th Year- Final Project Newham Horticultural Club cum Aromatherapy Centre. [2010-2011]

Big Society

"to create a climate that empowers local people and communities, building a big society that will 'take power away from politicians and give it to people'."

The plans include setting a elected, Big Society Bank and introducing a national service. Since the current government hasup been it has been championing their flagship policy of a citizen ‘Big Society’. The include setting up a Big Society Bank and introducing a national citizen service. Theplans stated priorities are: The stated priorities are: 1.Give Give communities more(localism powersand (localism 1. communities more powers devolution)and devolution) 2. people to take to an active role active in their communities (volunteerism) 2.Encourage Encourage people take an role in their communities 3. power from central local government 3.Transfer Transfer power from tocentral to local government 4. Support co-ops, mutuals, charities and social enterprises 4.Publish Support co-ops, mutual, charitiesgovernment) and social enterprises 5. government data (open/transparent

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But however, at the same time, the government is slashing the budget of many of its services, forcing local authorities to close important facilities and organizations across the social spectrum, ranging from infrastructure to Government’s health care budget Cost of health insurance But however, at the same time, the government is slashing the budget of many of its services, forcing local authorities to close important facilities and healthcare. Together with the rise of private health cost and treatment, many believe this will lead to a dramatic organizations across social spectrum, ranging from infrastructure to healthcare. Together with the rise of private health cost and treatment, many believe downfall in the quality of the the national health service, where only the wealthy and privileged would be able to get quality treatment. this criticaldownfall era of national austerity, lessofhealthy lives are more susceptible due to this will lead toAnd a in dramatic in the quality the National Health Service, where only the wealthy and privileged would be able to get quality treatment. the economic downturn. So one can argue therefore, the need for these public healthcare and facilities are And in this critical era of national austerity, less healthy lives are more susceptible due to the economic downturn. So one can argue therefore, the need for more important than ever.

these public healthcare and facilities are more important than ever

New East London Horticultural club & Alternative Centre Building Brief:

A preventative and alternative treatment facility by and for the local community

New East Sanatorium club The new East London London alternative treatmentcum centreHorticultural and horticultural club consists of three main objectives: A preventitive and alternative treatment facility by and for the local community

Firstly, a wider social political agenda where the project directly responded to the U.K government’s policy of ‘Big Society’. Taking on board some of the policy’s keyLondon points,sanatorium its main and goalhorticultural is to utilise power of themain local community ( big society policy No. 1) to develop and deliver this scheme. The horticultural The new East clubthe consists of three objectives: Firstly, a wider social political agenda where the project directly responsed to the U.K government’s policy of ‘Big Society’. Taking on board some of the policy’s key points, its main goal is to utilise the power of the local community ( big society policyNo. No. 1) nity, (big society policy 2) and the treatment centre, would provide a preventative healthcare and alternative medicinal treatment facilities that are open would a healthier community, (big society policy No. 2) and the sanatorium, would provide a preventative healthcare and alternative medicinal treatment facilities that are open to the local community. to theresult localincommunity. The thethe locallocal community, would also in turn provide theprovide funding of thefunding buildingof project by a contribution, of monthly subscription the healthcare facilitiesto provided by the sanatorium Theusersuserscommunity, would also in turn the the building project as bya asort contribution, as a sort to ofuse monthly subscription use the (big society policy No. 4). healthcare facilities provided by the centre (big society policy No. 4). Secondly, the sanatorium is about developing a stronger and higher awareness between water and user, and how much water we are using and the sources of that water. This could only be archieved by transparency. Secondly, the centre is about developing a stronger higher awareness between water and and how much water we using and the sources Transparency in terms of the users getting a full, visible and clearand understanding the processes and ingredients useduser, and involved in their alternative and are preventative treatment sessions.of For example, a hydrotherapy

that water. This could only be achieved by transparency. Transparency in terms of the users getting a full, visible and clear understanding the processes and ingredients used and involved in their alternative and preventative treatment sessions. For example, a hydrotherapy session would enable the user to center of environmental sustainability learning, in particular, of water. would provideprocess an ideal setting where my interests thenatural relationship between water can be further tested, a continuation understand where the water he/she uses come from; howThe it’s sanatorium treated; the different it’s treatment; weatherinits or industrial, andand forusers the herbal of the samples and cocktails which I’ve developed earlier in the year. s extracted, these are the transparencies The sanatorium will focus on three main areas in the relationship between water, user and architecture: the building aim to deliver. Therefore, the project can also be interpreted as a centre of environmental sustainability learning, in particular, of water. It would provide an ideal setting where my interests in the relationship between water and users can be further tested, a continuation of the samples and cocktails 1. Water- activate which developed in theEngland year. The treatment centre will focus Ion three areas in the by relationship water, userand and architecture: Using I’ve the hydro poweredearlier lifts in South and the water wheels as inspirations, would likemain to develop a system where waterbetween can be used to activate trigger movements around the building. 2. Water- generate

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3. WaterUsingstimulate the hydro powered lifts in South England and the water wheels as inspirations, I would like to develop a system by where water can be used to Essentially thetrigger sanatorium is a alternative and preventative treatment centre, where treatment without surgery or chemical based medications are used. Rather, the centre focuses on natural treatment processes such activate and movements around the building. as herbal, hydro and aroma, in which water are one of the main ingredients involved in these therapies.

2. Water- generate Water as a spatial material. Instead of using physical and permanent materials to generate spaces, I would like to create spaces that are more transient,

3. Water-facilities stimulate showering and water stimulate would be the alternative treatment facilities. The motive behind this choice is that these three spaces are intrinsically interconnected with water, and water would play a critical Essentially the centre is an alternative and preventative treatment centre, where treatment without surgery or chemical based medications are used.

•Rather, The aromatic chambers would rely steam to extract its processes fragrances and essential oils the centre focuses onon natural treatment such as herbal, hydro and aroma, in which water are one of the main ingredients involved in these •therapies. The herbal canteen would rely on the steam generated by the aromatic chambers to power its herbal medicine mixer. • The hydro bath and wash would rely on the previous two spaces to generate steam and heat which would be used to control the different temperatures of the water.

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SITE ANALYSIS ii

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Beckton Sewage Plant

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-Reasons for the choice of site-

Beckton Sewage Plant

SITE ANALYSIS

The site is situated on a small patch of marshland in between Beckton sewage plant and River Roding. There are obvious challenges in relation to the large scale of the site, but at the same time the potential amount of energy that could be harnessed around the site is unparalleled. This could be a opportunity for a new type of environmental development that takes into account every single aspect of the site context and surroundings, therefore it behaves in sync, in conjunction with the wider urban context. Particular attention should pay to the exact location of the sanatorium and horticultural club so that it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t compromise the scale of the site. This exact location could be determined through solar studies (currently still on going, see above) prevailing winds which could affect the smelling sometimes occur.

Site

River Roading

River Thames

-Reasons for the choice of siteThe site is situated on a small patch of marshland in between Beckton sewage plant and River Roding. There are obvious challenges in relation to the large scale of the site, but at the same time the potential amount of energy that could be harnessed around the site is unparalleled. This could be a opportunity for a new type of environmental development that takes into account every single aspect of the site context and surroundings, therefore it behaves in sync, in conjunction with the wider urban context. Particular attention should pay to the exact location of the sanatorium and horticultural club so that it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t compromise the scale of the site. This exact location could be determined through solar studies (currently still on going, see above) prevailing winds which could affect the smelling sometimes occur.

Top: Sun path analysis of the site in Newham. Middle: Collage of the proposal showing the intention of the brief. Bottom: Site analysis and aerial views


PROGRAMME SYMBIOSIS

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Entrance via river roding for patients and visitors

Water from river roding would be diverted to fed the hydro-therapy pools and mud spas

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Hydro-theray

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As the site is part of the wider Thames estuary, the water around the it can be classified as brackish.

from sea water, therefore it cannot be directly used to irrigate the horticultural club. However, the low content of salt can be removed by simple method of natural desalination process using heat and steam.

Changing rooms The brackish water would first be diverted into a holding tank, where methane collected from the sewage plant would be used to remove the salt content. It then can be safely used for irrigation.

De-salination of river water Dining

Aromatic oils and herbal medicine extraction facilities Steam distillation extractors

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Cold and hot press for grinfing/ extracting herbal medicine

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Waste from the accomodation are collected, and then would be used as fertiliser for planting.

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The methane generated by the decomposing sewerage is captured and would be used to heat the hysro-therapy bathing pools

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Herbal and crop plants plantation

The aromatherapy treatment rooms would be fixed to tracks that allow the room to move across the aromatic plantation, the user can directly harvest the specific scent they need, then take it back to the extraction hall where it would be processed.

Algae effluent filter and eletricity generator

Effluent from the secondary settling tanks are pumped into algae tanks where it would be further purified by them, then after that it would be used as fertiliser for the horticultural club.

Dot keys: Iron Magnesium Sulphur Water Desalinated water Minreals

Frangrances Becton sewage setting tanks

Mud The Beckton sewage plant processes up to 3.4 million people’s sewerage on a daily basis. Hidden in these toxic sludge, are also high amount of energy and nutrients that can be captured and recycled. The large amount of organic matters in the sewerage setting tanks can produce a tremendous amount of heat, which could be captured and used for the sanatorium, such as heating, and cooking, inevitably large volume of gases such as methane would also be produced from the decomposing organic matter, which can also be recycled to generate energy for the sanatorium.

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Alternative Therapeutic Treatment Analysis

Water from the irrigation canals will divert the water from River Roding into the Hydro-therapy area. This area will be the first area to receive water from the river so it won’t be polluted by the plantation.

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Water from the river will be directed to the hydrotherapy area first, then it will encounter the fish cages, and after it will go to the herbal and aromatic areas, where the nutrients from the fish would be absorbed by the growing plants.

Hydrotherapy/ Mud Bath Area

Algae-crop Area

The methane generated from the raw sewerage would be collected and pumped to heat the hydro-therapy pools.

35°c 28°c Fish-crop Area

Water from the irrigation canals will divert the water from River Roding into the Hydro-therapy area. This area will be the first area to receive water from the river so it won’t be polluted by the plantation.

Aromatic Defence Line

Herbal-therapy Area

Aroma-therapy Area Effluent being treated after the secondary stage of settling would be pumped to a series of algae ponds, where organic matters will be further broken down through photosynthesis of the algae. It will act as a natural method of purification, then the effluent will be used as a fertiliser for the horticultural club.

Food/ Crop Area Hydro-therapy Area Aroma-therapy Area Herbal-therapy Area

Hydro-therapy Treatment Hydrotherapy is the use of water for pain relief and treating illness. It involves using jets, underwater massage and mineral baths (e.g. balneotherapy, Iodine-Grine therapy, Kneipp treatments, Scotch hose, Swiss shower, thalassotherapy) and others. It also can mean a whirlpool bath, hot Roman bath, hot tub, Jacuzzi, cold plunge and mineral bath. These treatments use physical water properties, such as temperature and pressure, for therapeutic purposes, to stimulate blood circulation and treat the symptoms of certain diseases.

Mud bath-therapy

Aroma-therapy Treatment

Herbalism

Mud bath is considered to be therapeutic and said to have healing properties and to be a beauty treatment that revitalizes skin

Aromatherapy is a form of alternative medicine that uses volatile plant materials, known as essential oils, and other aromatic compounds for the purpose of altering a person's mind, mood, cognitive function or health.

Herbalism is a traditional medicinal or folk medicine practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts. Herbalism is also known as botanical medicine, medical herbalism, herbal medicine, herbology, and phytotherapy.

Since some essential oils such as tea tree have demonstrated antimicrobial effects, it has been suggested that they may be useful for the treatment of infectious diseases.


This diagram is the culmination and combination of the previous studies on programme, functional and environmental requirements, in context. Low-tide posistion of the patient’s accomodation rooms

Key: 01. Entrance ramp/ jetty 02. Reception/ Visitor’s shop 03. Physical health consultation facility 04. Fitness swimming lanes-constant 05. Tidal Hydro-therapy pools 06. Tidal Mud bath pools 07. Patients accommodation-Hydro-therapy focused 08. Patients accommodation-Hydro-therapy focused 09. Connecting walkway 10. Fish aquaculture ponds 11. Algae farms 12. Kitchen 13. Patients accommodation-Aroma-therapy focused 14. Patients recreation room 15. Aroma-therapy treatment rooms x 4 16. Herbal and plant essential oil extraction facility 17. Distillation machines 18. Patients accommodation-Herbal-therapy focused 19. Herbal-therapy treatment room 20. Crop farms 21. Rong-nams 22. Aromatic flower farm 23. Herbal plant farm 24. Crop plantation 25. Primary sewage settling tank 26. Methane pumping pipes 27. Internal open courtyard 28. Energy generation centre 29. Effluent pumping pipes

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The aromatic therapeutic chambers are on tracks that allow it to move across the plantation of different scented flowers where they can be freshly collected according to desire and processed onsite. Accomodation requirements:

X 20 patient rooms. Total 600 sqm X 01 Kitchen 25 sqm X 01 Dinning room & recreation room 280 sqm X 01 Essentail oil extraction facility 605 sqm X 01 Herbal plant production and storage facility 132 sqm X 04 Aromatic therapy treatment facility Total 200 sqm X 01 Reception and shop 370 sqm X 01 Fitness consultation facility 270 sqm X 01 Algae farm 520 sqm X 03 Indoor heated hydrotherapy rooms. Total: 290 sqm 3292 sqm

30 sqm per person per room Ensuite toilet

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xxx amount of algae to produce xxx amount of hydrogen to produce xxx kwh of eletricity

X 20 patient rooms. Total 600 sqm X 01 Kitchen 25 sqm X 01 Dinning room & recreation room 280 sqm X 01 Essentail oil extraction facility 605 sqm X 01 Herbal plant production and storage facility 132 sqm X 04 Aromatic therapy treatment facility Total 200 sqm X 01 Reception and shop 370 sqm X 01 Fitness consultation facility 270 sqm X 01 Algae farm 520 sqm X 03 Indoor heated hydrotherapy rooms. Total: 290 sqm

Effluent being treated after the secondary stage of settling would be pumped to a series of algae ponds, where organic matters will be further broken down through photosynthesis of the algae. It will act as a natural method of purification, then the effluent will be used as a fertiliser for the hor29 ticultural club.

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HERBAL CANTEEN

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Steam driven engine which would power the industrial pestle and mortar

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Herbal greenhouse

The harvested herbs would be grinded by a giant pestle & mortar thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s driven by a steam engine powered by steam coming from the aroma therapeutic boiling chamber.

Herbs are cooked and boiled to create the desired remedy.

The herbal canteen is where the patients of the sanatorium can go and get prescription of herbal remedy. There would be many varieties of herbal medicines available, there are also more common herbs that can be eaten as salads, but the main focus of the herbal canteen is to introduce to the users the potential of herbal medicine as a natural, alternative treatment therapy to conventional chemical medication. This will further contribute to the overall idea of the sanatorium, by promoting a more natural way of living and healing.

Herbalism is a traditional medicinal or folk medicine practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts. Herbalism is also known as botanical medicine, medical herbalism, herbal medicine, herbology, and phytotherapy. Traditional use of medicines is recognized as a way to learn about potential future medicines. Many plants synthesize substances that are useful to the maintenance of health in humans and other animals.


THE AROMATIC CHAMBER

-Harnessing the power of steam

Aroma treatment room

Aroma garden

Some of the aroma from the aromatic chamber would be allowed to escape and fill the surrounding atmosphere of the sanatorium with beautiful fragrances.

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Aromatic Chambers. Where patients would come and inhale the fragrance and scented oils.

Water pumped from river Roding would be boiled to desalinate the brackish water at the same time utilising the steam generated to extract the aromatic oils in the flowers. Which would be then sent to the aroma therapy chamber.

The flower from the horticulral club would be harvested and processed. The organic material ould then be sent into the boiling chamber, where steamwould be used to remove the essential oils away from the plant. The essential oils would be carried together with the rising steam, into the aroma therapy chamber.

Horticultural Club

Methane would be extracted from the decomposing organic materials in the sewerage settling tanks Pipes would channel the methane into a storage facility underneath the sanatorium

Extracting Essential Oil

Steam distillation is a type of distillation (or a kind of separation process) for temperature sensitive materials such as natural aromatic compounds and also petrochemicals. Lots of organic compounds tend to decompose at high sustained temperatures. Separation by normal distillation would then not be an option. As a result, water or steam is introduced into the distillation apparatus. By adding steam or water, the boiling points of the compounds are depressed, allowing them to evaporate at lower temperatures, preferably below the temperatures at which the deterioration of the material becomes appreciable. If the substances to be distilled are very sensitive to heat, steam distillation can also be combined with vacuum distillation. After distillation the vapors are condensed as usual, usually yielding a two-phase system of water and the organic compounds, allowing for simple separation.

Direct steam distillation diagram


Weather Station on the Thames, London, [2007] This weather station was inspired by the floating dry docks that I discovered while carrying out site analysis. After the inital investigation into the past lives of dockers and familes that relied on the river to live and work, which have now pretty much disappeared, I decided to propose a weather station that would celebrate those lost memories and traces of history, and at the same time provide an useful apparatus for the modern dwellers on the river. The weather station consists of a small museum for the public and a weather and tidal research facility specifically designed for the Thames, which would act as a control centre for boats sailing along the river and a device that would help shipyard workers to manoeuver ships into the floating drydocks.


Returning the stories to the river

Old poems and stories written and told by dock workers were written on abandoned barges on the river with chalk during low tide. When the tide retuned, the river water covered the stories, and washed away the writings, metaphorically returning the stories to where they came from.


Story (Re)telling on the Thames, 2007 These articles had been written by dockers and stevedores back when London was still one of the busiest ports in the world. But as the ships and its workers had deserted the docks, these are now gathering dust in libraries and out -of-date magazines in second hand-bookstores, forgotten in time. As a gesture, I wanted to return these stories to the Thames by re-telling them on the hulls on barges, beaches and jetties, artifacts that still bare traces from those times. This is a gesture to reunite the stories and poems to the river. As the tide rises and falls, the stories are washed away, metaphorically returning them to where they belong.

…‘So we sat there, on the bollards of the foredeck of the SS Iberia, and waited for the ship’s passengers to arrive as the thick fog, which was slowly thinning hour by hour, swirled about us. A watery sun was distinctly beginning to show itself through the fog layer that covered the river from shore to shore as far as the eye could see…’ Big Dave was standing next to Alf J. when he suddenly said, ‘What’s that flashing over there?’ He pointed to a spot well above the river about half a mile away. ‘Look, there it goes again. It must be some ship in trouble.’ Silence reigned for several minutes as the men gathered at the ship’s rails cogitating about the source and meaning of the flashes. Then a guessing game began. ‘I think it’s the light on the Ovens Buoy. That’s got a flashing beam,’ said one. ‘It can’t be that,’ said another. ‘It’s far too high above the water. The Ovens Buoy light is almost level with the river.’ A third gang member ventured to suggest, ‘ it could be a ship on fire or gone aground. We maybe in luck and get picked up for a salvage job tomorrow morning!’ ‘It maybe just a yacht with a faulty riding light that has pulled in close to the shore to get out of the shipping lanes,’ said a fourth gang member. Big Dave turned to Alf and said, ‘what do you make of those flashes, Alf?’ ‘They are naval signals, Dave. I can’t grasp exactly what they’re signalling, but I’ll read it out to you.’ he paused to study what, apparently, were a series of Morse Code flashes emitted by a ship’s Aldis lamp. ‘It says something like, “USS Cruiser Texas”. Then something about the river-something-London-something. I think it said “Lord Mayor”. I can’t see all the flashes because of this swirling fog.’ Big Dave pulled himself up to his full height of 6 feet 6 inches, stretched his arms, then bent them at elbows and yawned. He sat down on a bollard and watched for more signalling flashes from the American warship. Alf continued to stand by the ship’s rail. The flashes started again, then stopped before beginning once more. ‘Is that American cruiser still signalling, Alf? What do you make of it?’ said Big Dave. As the flashes continued, Alf reads out, ‘To Trinity house pilot station Gravesend, stop. I have anchored my ship in Gravesend Reach, stop. I am still waiting on the arrival of a river pilot, stop. Must make passage to Tower Bridge to arrive not later than 1400 hours, stop. HM the Queen to visit my ship at 1800 hours accompanied by the Lord Mayor of London, stop. Dispatch a river pilot immediately, stop. This signal is from USS Texas. End of message, stop.’ ’Well,’ said Alf. ‘Now we know what it is. It’s a Yankee warship’s captain demanding to be given priority to get up the river to London. He’s giving the pilot station a load of toffee about a visit from the Queen. He’ll be lucky to get permission from the Port Authority to move his ship in this fog.’… Extract taken from Big Dave and the former yeoman of signals

…We were the sons of Dockers, stevedores, coal porters and other groups of men who worked in the docks, on the river or in associated employment, and of course the unemployed were include din this lowly social group. We were, you see, the children whose parents were not in ‘fulltime remunerative employment’. that, then, was the reason why we, the children of the river, were not allowed to sit the eleven-plus examination for a place at the grammar school. …We children never saw much of our father, this was because he left the house each morning long before we younger ones were got up for school, and more often than not he arrived back home after we were put in bed. Sometimes he would not come in till the next day if a ship was due to sail on the morning’s early tide, then he would be required to work day and night to complete its loading or discharging operation. This was because he was a ‘perm’, a permanently employed docker for a stevedoring company, paid a monthly guaranteed full back-wage. As such, he was committed to fulfil that guarantee by working day and night if he ‘fell into debt’, that is if he has not earned enough money within the month to repay the monthly guarantee to his employer. Perms were physically burned out human shells by the time they reached 40 years of age. One old docker once told me he had been called before a stevedoring contractors manager one day and informed that his service were no longer required. When he asked why, he was told, ‘We’ve had your steel. Now you can take your old iron somewhere else.’ this was a typical employer’s attitude. Labour was cheap and abundant. Dozens of men were waiting for every available job. The situation was simply an employer’s dream… Extract taken from the introduction of Tales of London’s docklands

…The site, known to those who still work here as The Dusthole, is semi-derelict. The timber has rotted, the machinery is rusty and creaking with old age, the elevated rigging sheds are broken. Weeds threaten to overrun the quay. The air is thick with the waft of hot dust. From here, almost every evening, in summer and in winter, a 240-ton Dutch motor barge sets off to carry cement up the river to plants in Battersea, Vauxhall and Fulham. Twenty years ago, there were a hundred motor barges going up and down the Thames; now there are eight. The skipper of one of these barges, Gabriele, is a beaming 62 years old man called Alan Jenner. He has been working the river for half a century. Towelling off the dust and sweat from his muscly, gingerhaired arms, he recalls that when he was a kid there were so many boats on the Thames that it was possible to skip from boat to boat all the way from one side of the river to the other without getting wet. His first job, as a twelve year old, was to row “ladies of pleasure” to the sex-starved sailors aboard steamers in the port of Rochester. They would throw him ten-bob notes and half crowns in gratitude. “I’d like to be buried in the Thames. Some of my friends have done that. With one particular friend, we threw his ashes over the side of the boat but they came back straight away. The wind blew him back. We’d thrown him the wrong side. Someone said: ‘He’s coming back for a bit of overtime.’ ” The men on the river are a dying tribe. They inherited their jobs from their fathers and grandfathers. The docks, for all that they seemed exotic and polyglot to landlubbers, was home to clannish and tight communities that in recent decades have been unmoored as the capital, or at least those in charge of it, decide to abandon its industrial heritage and transform itself into a tourist citadel and global financial hub. Those that are left from an earlier time see themselves as survivors. Wilting survivors. They move through a river that appears to them to have been razed and colonised by outside faces, its soul abducted. They look around, gazing, mystified and sometimes trembling with bitterness, at a ghost architecture of decommissioned power stations, wharves that have been torn down in order to make way for storage spaces, warehouses that have been converted into apartments for bankers and designers. The tankers and cruiser ships that they pass sport the insignia of foreign companies. There is only phantom industry now… Extract taken from Ale always tastes good: A Thames Barger


Plan of Weather Station on the Thames, Moored against dry-docks-

Just like the floating dry-docks, the Thames weather station is a highly flexible floating structure that can be towed to different parts of the river to fulfill different needs when needed. It would blend well with its river environment as the design implements a similar language that are similar to the floating dry-docks.

Night view of the weather station


Institute of Bathymetry, Barcelona, [2006] The Institute of Bathymetry is a Deep Sea Research facility situated in the industrial harbour in Barcelona. The project was inspired by the Spanish explorer Narciso Monturiol, who was the first person in the world to successfully developed a submarine, and tested it in the harbours of Barcelona, right next to the site. The project is a direct response to this historical lineage, and celebrates the achievements of this explorer. Furthermore, the project dives deeper into the depth, and explores the changing atmospheric conditions of the ocean, such as the light and pressure of the abyss, and architecturally translates them into different propositions for the Institute of Bathymetry.


Detail of the porthole windows within the Institute of Batymetry. This is one of the many elements of the design that ultilises the shipyard in close proxmety of the site, where many artefacts and materials can be used in the scheme to highlight the relationship between the building and the sea.


Previous page and above: Hand drawings of the

Interior of The Institute of Bathymetry

Drawings representing the research laboratories and diving simulation tank inside the Institute of Bathymetry. And detailed design elements such as the public entrance stairwell that simulates the experience of diving into the ocean.


Competition I have taken part in a number of architectural competitions, either on my own, or with piers. These range from large scale projects like the redevelopment of a disused quarry in Heyuan, Southern China, and an Peace Memorial park and undersea tunnel linking Russia and Alaska across the Bering Strait. I also worked on a competition for an environmentally sustainable skyscraper that will be constructed from biologically modified sand in Beijing, China, and a small bamboo pavilion located on a rice paddy in Teshima Island on the Seto Inland sea in Japan, for the annual rice harvest celebration and the 2010 Setouchi Internation ArtFest.


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Hakka Cultural Park, HeYuan, China. 2009 (1st Prize)

A large scale redevelopment of a disused quarry in Heyuan, Southern China. I was invited to take part in this competition together with Metamode, The proposal comprises a library, town hall, museum and a 1.5km long landscaped garden, which was inspired by the traditional circular Hakka communal houses. I was mainly responsible for the design of the Landscaped garden that represented the fragmented population of Hakka people around the world.


Memorial/ Peace Park, Bering Strait Ideas competition

Each memorial consists of fragmented pieces of structures that have inspired by the mechanics of clocks and watches. They sit on the frozen, desolate landscape, representing a shattered and broken society, a civilization at war and conflict. But during one particular moment on one particular day of the year, which is determined by the date of the end of that conflict being represented, the fragmented pieces would come together through the unique angle of the sun to form a perfect circle in the shape of a shadow. (images below) This is a metaphor for the creation of peace and unification, and marks the date of the end of a conflict. However, as the ice below the memorials melts and breaks away due to the warming of the Arctic seas, these structures are designed to break and fall into the ocean, thus becoming a barometer and metaphor for the changing environment and the fragility of our planet.

International Peace Park and Arctic Laboratory centre, Bering Strait, 2009 (3rd Prize)

The proposal aims at connecting the East and West ends of the Bering Strait by constructing an undersea tunnel from Cape Dezhnev in Siberia, Russia, to Cape Prince of Wales in Alaska, United States. The underwater tunnel would help to minimize damage caused by the extreme weather of the Bering Strait. At the same time, I also developed a Peace Park at the centre of the scheme along the International Dateline. This Peace Park consists of a series of memorials that refer to different conflicts in human history and the strategic location of these memorials along the International Dateline symbolizes the timelessness and eternity of the Peace Park, and Peace itself. The project was awarded the 3rd prize for its â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;poetic interpretation of the programme and its engagement with the unique natural environment of the Bering Straitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, and subsequently it has been exhibited and published internationally.

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Arctic research laboratory, Bering Strait Ideas competition

This scientific research centre comprises a series of laboratories and accommodations for both researchers and visitors to the Peace Park, or just commuter using the tunnel stopping by for the night. This research centre would enable scientist to carry out research on or near the polar region in a permanent setting for a pro-longed period of time, rather than on a research vessel or in temporary accommodations. The close proximity to the Arctic Circle and the North Pole means this can also become an ideal base for future Polar expeditions. So with this in mind, the main building would include a 30 meters high lobby that can double up as ice-core sample storage facility that can accommodate 100,000+ ice samples, where the public would be able to visit.


Setouchi International Art festival competition, Teshima, 2009/10 The Setouchi International Artfest is an annual festival held on various Islands off the Seto Inland sea in central Japan. The aim of the festival is to promote local and traditional culture and arts and craft skills, while it also acts as a celebration of the annual harvest, which is held towards the end of the festival. My proposal for this event is a small pavilion constructed from bamboo that will be transformed throughout a 90 day period (the length of the festival). The four transformation processes will see the pavilion change from a flat viewing platform to a completely enclosed performance space by the end of harvest. The bamboo used are grown in the surrounding hills while techniques of construction are those that have been passed down through the generation locally, and the idea of the folding process was inspired by Japanese Origamis.


Above: Bamboo interior of the pavilion at the closed position. Below: The pavilion at its half-way position, both a viewing

platform and a celebratory stage, view from a far.


(Selected Finalist)

Shengsi Islands: Renewing Chinaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Traditional Village, 2012 Sited on a culturally rich island of the East coast of Zhejiang, the island is facing a depopulation crisis and as a result the traditional way of life on the island is fast disappearing. The project aim to tackle this problem by rejuvenating the streets of the island through a series of interventions that utilises local materials to create employment opportunities and to make a more self-sufficient community, to strength and preserve the local culture and its heritage.


Professional I have professional experiences in visualization, interior design, spatial planning, urban-masterplan, model making and compiling detail drawings and works packages for construction. I worked on a wide range of architectural projects from award winning private residential buildings, such as the suburban studio with Ashton Porter Architects, to large scale urban-masterplan developments, such as the London Olympics Media Centre and Legacy Framework with Allies and Morrison Architects.


Ashton Porter Architects House Extension and Suburban studio A studio located in a typical Victorian suburban garden. The main studio facade that addresses the garden floats above a glass panel and forms a screen to separate the work space of the studio from the domestic garden. The studio is super-insulated and benefits from a sedum roof; heating is provided by Apple Macintosh computers with very occasional recourse to under floor heating. The main facade is unsupported along its full length and rests on cantilevered side walls. The wall construction is entirely from stressed ply composite panels with no hidden steel supporting frame.

*Winner of the NLA (New London Architecture) “Don’t Move, Improve” Award 2012 *Finalists in the RIBA London Regional Awards 2012


Aerial view of Suburban Studio

Plan of Suburban Studio & House Extension


Interior and exterior details of the suburban studio.


House extension and entrance gate


Allies and Morrison Architects

London Olympics Legacy Masterplan Framework (LMF) London Olympics Media Broadcast Centre (MPC) At Allies and Morrison architects, I was a part of the Legacy Materplan Framework (LMF) team. Together with Edaw and KCAP, we generated and developed a series of proposals for the London Olympic site after 2012. The main focus was an â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Urban Linkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; across the site, where it will reconnect the different areas of the development after the Games and recreate closely knit communities. I was also responsible for generating a physical (1:2000) and virtual model of the whole LMF site,which was used as the basis for a series of 3D visuals that was published in different National and International Newspapers, Journals and websites. The other major project I worked on whilst at Allies and Morrison was the MPC (media and broadcast centre for the London Olympics). I was mainly responsible for preparing the different work-packages specifications, such as the bathroom, metal work, ceiling and facade. I also produced 3D visuals of different parts of the scheme for meeting with clients and design reviews, and also produced detailed drawings and setting out dimensions for contractors and for pricing.


Different views across the LMF proposal. Many of the images were published by newspapers and websites.


Designs of the rest rooms in the Olympic Media Centre.


Facade study of the MPC (media broadcast centre) of the London 2012 Olympics. I was also involved in putting together a series of construction packages of this project, such as the wood-work, window schedule and wash-room facilities.


RESIDENTIAL HOUSING TYPOLOGIES 1.1

RESIDENTIAL HOUSING TYPOLOGIES 1.3

RESIDENTIAL HOUSIN

KEY:

TOWER BLOCK

UNCOVERED AREA

CASE STUDY: UNITY TOWER, LIVERPOOL

BUILDING FOOTPRINT

COVERED AREA

UNCOVERED AREA

CASE STUDY: BOURBON LANE, LONDON

TOWER BLOCK

UNCOVERED AREA

PRIVATE GARDENS

PRIVATE GARDENS

COVERED AREA 2,245.3 m2 26%

1,657.3 NON-PUBLIC NON-PUBLIC AREAAREA 1,514 m2 m2 19.1% 29.1% TOTAL SITE AREA 8,635 m2

COMMUNAL GARDENS

COVERED AREA

SOCIAL HOUSING

73 MEDIUM PRICED

27 HIGH PRICED

%

%

12.0 FAR

50m

LINEAR BLOCK

100 SOCIAL HOUSING 0LIVE/WORK

m2 1.04 FAR 3,685 70.9%

0 COMMERCIAL

%

%

%

50m

D.E.Architekten | 2006

TOWER BLOCK ROW HOUSING

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 27,000 m2

0

%

TOWER BLOCK

SOCIAL HOUSING

LIVE/WORK

COMMERCIAL

27 HIGH PRICED

%

%

12.0 FAR

50m

LINEAR BLOCK 70 DPH 657 DPH

D.E.Architekten | 2006

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 27,000 m2

209100% m2 14.63% AREA m2 COVERED AREA AREA PUBLICPUBLIC COVERED AREA 1,164 753.9m2 NON-PUBLIC 1180 m2 UNCOVERED AREA AREA 465.9 m2 32.6% 52,7% 50.3% 1,164 m2 UNCOVERED AREA 674,4 m2 47,2% 49.7% TOTAL SITE AREA TOTAL 2,344 m2 SITE AREA 1,429 m2

1989/ha 1,0 PPD

50m PRIVATE GARDENS

COMMUNAL GARDENS

644 DPH

CASE STUDY: WIENERBERG, VIENNA DELUGAN MEISSL | 2005

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 16,660 m2

%

%

ROW BLOCK HOUSING TOWER

%

PUBLIC AREA 2,466 m2 77.27% COVERED AREA 720 m2 22.73%

2.87 FAR 11.5 FAR

%

%

%

LIVE/WORK SOCIAL HOUSING LIVE/WORK SOCIAL HOUSING

COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL

50m

50m

123DPH DPH 644

DELUGAN MEISSL | 2005

UNCOVERED AREA 2,466 m2 77.27%

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 16,660 m2

5.25 FAR

%

SOCIAL HOUSING

%

%

LIVE/WORK

COMMERCIAL

COVERED AREA 1478 m2 44.4% COVERED AREA 720 m2 22.73%

1610/ha 0,0 PPD

UNCOVERED 1,851 m2 55.9% m2 77.27% PUBLIC AREA 2,466AREA

NON-PUBLIC AREA 619.2 m2 18.6% UNCOVERED AREA 2,466 m2 77.27% TOTAL SITE AREA 3,329 m2 TOTAL SITE AREA 3,168 m2

50m

100m

754 DPH

CASE STUDY: THE ROTUNDA, BIRMINGHAM GLENN HOWELLS ARCHITECTS| 2005

%

%

%

LIVE/WORK SOCIAL HOUSING LIVE/WORK SOCIAL HOUSING

COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL

50m

COURTYARD

289/ha 0.25 PPD 1610/ha 0,0 PPD

5.250.8 FARFAR

COMMUNAL GARDENS

ROW HOUSING TOWER BLOCK

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 17,382.2 m2

OPEN COURTYARD

50m

100m

CASE STUDY: EVELYN ROAD, SILVERTOWN, LONDON McLaughlin| 2004 CASE Niall STUDY: THE ROTUNDA, BIRMINGHAM

PUBLIC AREA 2,318 m2 74.5%

COVERED AREA 790.1 m2 25.5%

118 DPH 754 DPH

%

TOWER BLOCK

SOCIAL HOUSING

5.59 FAR

%

%

LIVE/WORK

COMMERCIAL

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 17,382.2 m2 TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 1,071 m2 PUBLIC AREA 476.1 m2 47% COVERED AREA NON-PUBLIC AREA 141.8 m2 14% 395 m2 m2 74.5% PUBLICUNCOVERED AREA 2,318AREA 618 m2 61% COVERED AREA39% 790.1 m2 TOTAL SITE AREA 25.5% 1,013 m2AREA 2,318 m2 UNCOVERED 74.5%

0,0 PPD

PRIVATE GARDENS

50m

PRIVATE GARDENS

100m

TOTAL SITE AREA 3,109 m2

PRIVATE GARDENS

CLUSTER BLOCK

%

%

ROW HOUSING TOWER BLOCK

100 SOCIAL HOUSING%

COMMERCIAL

%

LIVE/WORK

SOCIAL HOUSING

1.0 FAR 5.59 FAR

%

COMMUNAL GARDENS

LIVE/WORK

%

%

ROW HOUSING

COMMUNAL GARDENS

GLENN HOWELLS ARCHITECTS| 2005

UNCOVERED AREA 2,318 m2 74.5% TOTAL SITE AREA 3,109 m2

COMMUNAL GARDENS

ROW HOUSING

PUBLIC AREA 1,244 m2 37.3%

PRIVATE GARDENS

TOWER BLOCK

COURTYARD 289/ha 1.0 PPD 1989/ha 1,0 PPD

STUDY: EDEN WAY,VIENNA LONDON CASECASE STUDY: WIENERBERG, Peter Barber | 2006

TOTAL SITE AREA 3,168 m2 COMMUNAL GARDENS

ROW HOUSING

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 4,110 m2

11.5 FAR

%

73 MEDIUM PRICED

SOCIAL HOUSING

CASE STUDY: BROOKLANDS AVENUE, CAMBRIDGE Fielden STUDY: Clegg Bradley | 2006 CASE MEERESTEINKADE, ALMERE

COVERED AREA PUBLIC AREA 1,164 m2 100% 1180 m2 UNCOVERED AREA 50.3% 1,164 m2 49.7% TOTAL SITE AREA 2,344 m2

%

COURTYARD

657 DPH

CASE STUDY: MEERESTEINKADE, ALMERE

%

CLUSTER BLOCK

UNCOVERED AREA 1,514 m2 29.1%

TOTAL SITE AREA 5,199 m2

100m

180 DPH

UNCOVERED AREA, 6,389.9 m2 73.9%

COMMUNAL GARDENS

%

BUILDING FOOTPRINT

PUBLIC AREA 4,732.6 m2 54.8%

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 63,790m2

PRIVATE GARDENS

AHMM | 2007

UNCOVERED AREA 1,514 m2 29.1%

TOTAL SITE AREA 5,199 m2

0

COVERED AREA

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 8,981 m2

CASE STUDY: UNITY TOWER, LIVERPOOL

COVERED AREA 3,685 m2 70.9%

RESIDENTIAL HOUSING

90 DPH

KEY:

Cartwright Pickard| 2005

NON-PUBLIC AREA 1,514 m2 29.1%

TOWER BLOCK

BUILDING FOOTPRINT

COVERED AREA

180 DPH

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 63,790m2

AHMM | 2007

KEY:

RESIDENTIAL HOUSING TYPOLOGIES 1.1

50m

COMMERCIAL

148/ha

0,0 PPD

0,0 PPD

OPEN COURTYARD

50m

100m

355 DPH

CASE STUDY: LUNA BUILDING, LONDON

CASE STUDY: LEYTON TERRACE HOUSING, LONDON

78 DPH

ROW HOUSING

VICTORIAN TERRACE HOUSING

Glenn Howells ArchitectS | 2007

CLUSTER BLOCK

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 5,088m2

PUBLIC AREA

686 m2 52%

UNCOVERED AREA, NON-PUBLIC AREA

CASE STUDY: LUNA BUILDING, LONDON

COVERED AREA UNCOVERED AREA, 686 m2, 52% 636 m2 48% TOTAL SITE AREA 1,322 m2

355 DPH

Glenn Howells ArchitectS | 2007

COVERED AREAFLOOR PLAN TOTAL BUILDING 5,088m2 TOTAL SITE AREA TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN

3.84 FAR

CLUSTER BLOCK

0 LIVE/WORK

0 SOCIAL HOUSING

%

%

COMMERCIAL

0,0PPD

50m

PUBLIC AREA

25

ROW HOUSING

%

??LIVE/WORK

?? COMMERCIAL

%

SOCIAL HOUSING

%

1.0 PPD

686 m2 52%

OPEN COURTYARD

COVERED AREA UNCOVERED AREA, 686 m2, 52% 636 m2 48% TOTAL SITE AREA 1,322 m2

50m

LINEAR BLOCK 278 DPH

CASE STUDY: CALLE OLLERIAS BAJAS De La Puerta, Burgos | 2006

CASE STUDY: CHASSE TERREIN, BREDA

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 10,671 m2

0 SOCIAL HOUSING %

PUBLIC AREA 583.2 m2, 21.8%

COVERED AREA 1,937.8 m2 76.8%

0 LIVE/WORK %

COMMERCIAL

50m

De La Puerta, Burgos | 2006

4.2 FAR

COMMUNAL GARDENS

LIVE/WORK

SOCIAL HOUSING

COMMERCIAL

COMM UNAL GARDE NS

COMMUNAL GARDENS

679/ha

TOTAL SITE AREA 3,600 m2 TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 3,721 m2

1.0 PPD

0 LIVE/WORK

100 HOUSING

ROW HOUSING

%

CASE STUDY: GROSVENOR WATERSIDE

0 COMMERCIAL

%

%

4.2 FAR

TRADITIONAL TERRACE HOUSING

CLUSTER BLOCK

LIVE/WORK

SOCIAL HOUSING

COMMERCIAL

CASE STUDY: GROSVENOR WATERSIDE

ROW HOUSING UNCOVERED AREA, PRIVATE AREA 1,229 m2

HOUSE & GARDEN

4 BED

50m COVERED AREA 514 m2

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN TOTAL SITE AREA 1,511 m2 5,088m2

COMMUNAL GARDENS

CLUSTER BLOCK

%

0 SOCIAL HOUSING %

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 1,590 m2

2.09 FAR

0 COMMERCIAL %

LIVE/WORK

80 DPH 1.0 PPD

50m

MAISONETTE & TERRACE

Allies and Morrison| 2006

UNCOVERED AREA, 1,581.7 m2, 65.1% TOTAL SITE AREA 2,432.5 m2

LINEAR BLOCK 679/ha

3 BED

DPH

PUBLIC AREA 1,581.7 m2, 65.1%

COVERED AREA 850.8 m2 34.9%

N/A

UNCOVERED AREA, 583.2 m2, 23.2%

NON-PUBLIC AREA 32.7 m2 1.4% TOTAL SITE AREA 2,521 m2 COMMUNAL GARDENS

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 5,088m2

N/A

PUBLIC AREA 583.2 m2, 21.8%

COVERED AREA 1,937.8 m2 76.8%

1.0 FAR

50m

CASE STUDY: MAIDAVALE TERRACED HOUSING, LONDON

Allies and Morrison| 2006

COMMUNAL GARDENS

50m

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN COVERED AREA 1,490 m2 10,671 m2

50m

ROW HOUSING

278 DPH

UNCOVERED AREA, PUBLIC AREA 2,110 m2

CASE STUDY: CALLE OLLERIAS BAJAS

UNCOVERED AREA, 583.2 m2, 23.2%

NON-PUBLIC AREA 32.7 m2 1.4% TOTAL SITE AREA 2,521 m2

CLUSTER BLOCK

45 DPH 0,0PPD

3.84 FAR

CONTEMPORARY TERRACE HOUSING | 2002

CLUSTER BLOCK

COMMUNAL GARDENS

0 LIVE/WORK

100 HOUSING

ROW HOUSING

50m

%

%

N/A

PUBLIC AREA 1,581.7 m2, 65.1%

COVERED AREA 850.8 m2 34.9%

1.0 FAR

0 COMMERCIAL

%

DPH

N/A

LINEAR BLOCK

UNCOVERED AREA, 1,581.7 m2, 65.1% TOTAL SITE AREA 2,432.5 m2

RESIDENTIAL HOUSING TYPOLOGIES 1.4

CLUSTER BLOCK

VILLA

KEY: UNCOVERED AREA

CASE STUDY: OXLEY WOODS, MILTON KEYNES

RESIDENTIAL HOUSING TYPOLOGIES 1.2 COVERED AREA

%

LIVE/WORK

2.09 FAR

0 COMMERCIAL %

ROW HOUSING

50m

RESIDENTIAL HOUSING TYPOLOGIES 1.4

40 DPH

VILLA

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 13,626 m2

KEY:

UNCOVERED AREA

UNCOVERED AREA

BUILDING FOOTPRINT

COVERED AREA

COVERED AREA 6,813 m2 70%

Rogers Stirk Harbour+Partners| 2005

%

0 SOCIAL HOUSING

COVERED AREA

BUILDING FOOTPRINT

KEY: UNCOVERED AREA

COVERED AREA

BUILDING FOOTPRINT

PUBLIC AREA 19,239.8 m2 52.2%

BUILDING FOOTPRINT PRIVATE GARDENS

CASE STUDY: TABARD SQUARE, LONDON Rolfe-judd| 2006

90 DPH

CASE STUDY: OXLEY WOODS, MILTON KEYNES

476 DPH

TOTAL BUILDING FLOORm2 PLAN 30% UNCOVERED AREA, 29,981 58,839 m2

40 DPH

COVERED AREA 6,813 m2 70%

Rogers Stirk Harbour+Partners| 2005

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 13,626 m2 PUBLIC AREA 4,821.6 m2, 40.2%

PUBLIC AREA 4,732.6 m2 54.8%

EA

PUBLIC AREA 19,239.8 m2 52.2%

NON-PUBLIC AREA 10,741 m2 29.1%

BUILDING FLOOR PLAN m2

VILLA

%

0 SOCIAL HOUSING %

COVERED AREA 0.18 FAR 7,178.4 m2

%

LIVE/WORK

COMMERCIAL

50m

PRIVATE GARDENS

TOTAL SITE AREA 36,794 m2

UNCOVERED AREA, 29,981 m2 30%

59.8%

UNCOVERED AREA, 6,389.9 m2 73.9% NON-PUBLIC AREA 1,657.3 m2 19.1%

CLUSTER BLOCK

TOTAL SITE AREA 8,635 m2

%

%

%

TOTAL SITE AREA UNCOVERED AREA, 4,821.6 m2, 12,000 m2 40.2%

4.90 FAR

LIVE/WORK 0 COMMERCIAL HOUSING 0 SOCIALSTUDY: CASE VIJFHUIZEN, NETHERLANDS

NON-PUBLIC AREA 10,741 m2 29.1%

105 DPH

50m

S333 | 1998

%

0 SOCIAL HOUSING %

0.18 FAR

%

LIVE/WORK

COMMERCIAL

PUBLIC AREA 1377.3 m2 11.5%

PRIVATE GARDEN

CASE STUDY: GAINSBOROUGH STUDIOS, LONDON

200 NON-PUBLIC AREA 6,520.7 m2 54.4%

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 30,435m2

CAR PARKING

Munkenbeck & Marshall | 2004

CASE STUDY: VIJFHUIZEN, NETHERLANDS

DPH

105 DPH

S333 | 1998

UNCOVERED AREA 7,898 m2 65.9%

70 DPH PARK SPACE

PUBLIC SPACE

VILLA

BUILDING FLOOR PLAN m2

D AREA 2

30

%

40 MEDIUM PRICED

30 HIGH PRICED

%

SOCIAL HOUSING

%

COVERED AREA COVERED AREA 4,102 m2

CAR PARKING

UNCOVERED AREA 7,898 m2 65.9% %

SUPERMARKET

TOTAL SITE AREA 7,315 m2

RESTAURANT

4.1 FAR

UNCOVERED AREA 674,4 m2 47,2%

289/ha

38 46 COMMERCIAL LIVE/WORK 16CASE SOCIALSTUDY: HOUSING SEEWURFEL VILLAS, ZURICH %

%

NON-PUBLIC AREA 6,520.7 m2 54.4%

PUBLIC AREA 2,903 m2 39.7%

50m

0

COURTYARD

PUBLIC AREA 1377.3 m2 11.5%

PRIVATE GARDEN

TOTAL SITE AREA UNCOVERED AREA 2,903 m2 39.7% 12,000 m2

4,41234.1% m2 0.64 FAR 60.3%

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 7,700 m2

PRIVATE GARDEN

RIVER

PUBLIC AREA 209 m2 14.63% NON-PUBLIC AREA 465.9 m2 32.6%

TOTAL SITE AREA 1,429 m2

TOTAL SITE AREA 36,794 m2

50m

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 7,700 m2

PRIVATE GARDEN

COURTYARD

VILLA

%

0.64 FAR 15 DPH

50m

Camenzind Evolution | 2005

1.0 PPD

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 11,950 m2

CASE STUDY: AMERIKA PlLADS 24, COPENHAGEN

VILLA

30

%

SOCIAL HOUSING

40 MEDIUM PRICED

30 HIGH PRICED

%

%

COVERED AREA 4,102 m2 34.1%

TOTAL SITE AREA 12,000 m2

50m

232 DPH

C F Moller| 2006

PUBLIC AREA 3,340.6 m2 63.5%

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 14,000 m2 COVERED AREA

1,835.6 m2 34.9%

123 DPH RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT

PUBLIC AREA 1,745.6 m2 45.1%

NON-PUBLIC AREA

COVERED AREA 2,242.5 m2 51%

UNCOVERED AREA TOTAL SITE 2,154.5 AREA m2 5,260 m2 49%

UNCOVERED AREA 1,851 m2 55.9% NON-PUBLIC AREA 619.2 m2 18.6%

%

%

387/ha

3.18 FAR

%

LIVE/WORK

SOCIAL HOUSING

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 11,950 m2

2.0 PPD

OPEN COURTYARD

RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT COMMERCIAL/OFFICES

74 DPH

CASE STUDY: IROKO, LONDON WATERLOO Haworth Tompkins | 2002

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 9,840m2

PUBLIC AREA 4,324 m2 16.9%

L BUILDING FLOOR PLAN m2 PUBLIC AREA 476.1 m2 47% NON-PUBLIC AREA 141.8 m2 14% UNCOVERED AREA 618 m2 61% TOTAL SITE AREA 1,013 m2

UNCOVERED AREA 5,317 m2 30%

COVERED AREA 2,240m2 70%

COMMUNAL GARDENS

RED AREA m2

NON-PUBALIC AREA 993 m2 13.1% TOTAL SITE AREA 7,557 m2

OPEN COURTYARD

100

%

0MEDIUM PRICED

0HIGH PRICED

%

SOCIAL HOUSING

%

50m

1.3 FAR

316 DPH

CASE STUDY: ADELAIDE WHARF, LONDON ALLFORD HALL MONAGHAN MORRIS | 2007

78 DPH

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 14,658 m2

UNCOVERED AREA 2,196.4 m2 47.4%

PARK SPACE

COVERED AREA 2,443 m2 52.6%

UNCOVERED AREA, NON-PUBLIC AREA

PUBLIC AREA 2,196.4 m2 47.4% TOTAL SITE AREA 4,639.4 m2

PUBLIC SPACE

D AREA

SITE AREA BUILDING FLOOR PLAN

1.0 PPD

OPEN COURTYARD

50

%

SOCIAL HOUSING

?LIVE/WORK %

? COMMERCIAL %

RIVER

3.15 FAR 50m

LINEAR BLOCK 45 DPH

CASE STUDY: ANTHONY HOUSE, LONDON

237 DPH

Fraser brown MacKenna | 2005

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 2,517 m2 PUBLIC AREA 744.1m2 56%

UNCOVERED AREA, PUBLIC AREA 2,110 m2

COVERED AREA 419.5 m2 33.2%

50m

D AREA 1,490 m2

SITE AREA 3,600 m2 BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 3,721 m2

UNCOVERED AREA 845.2 m2 66.8% NON-PUBLIC AREA 137.2 m2 10.8% TOTAL SITE AREA 1,264.7 m2

N/A

N/A

LINEAR BLOCK 80 DPH

100 SOCIAL HOUSING 0%LIVE/WORK %

0 COMMERCIAL %

50m

237 DPH

1.99 FAR

CASE STUDY: BARKING ROAD, LONDON

434 DPH

Stock Woolstencroft | 2005

TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 5,463.5 m2

UNCOVERED AREA, PRIVATE AREA 1,229 m2

COVERED AREA 780.5 m2 66.4%

50m

SITE AREA 1,511 m2 BUILDING FLOOR PLAN 1,590 m2

UNCOVERED AREA 394.5 m2 33.6%

PUBLIC AREA 394.5m2 33.6% TOTAL SITE AREA 1,175 m2

D AREA 514 m2

N/A

N/A

LINEAR BLOCK

82

%

SOCIAL HOUSING

0LIVE/WORK %

?

4.63 FAR

%

COMMERCIAL

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A housing typologies database I was responsible for compiling whilst in the LMF team. The data involved a detailed analysis of various housing schemes from across the world, comparing their footprint to inhabitant ratio, energy efficiency inteior and exterior layout and cost of building and selling. These information was crucial in the development of the Legacy Master Plan framework, in which the proposed housing units for the post Olmypics site was based on this research database and anylisis.

UNCOVERED AREA 3424.5 m2 65.1% NON-PUBLIC AREA

50m

COMMERCIAL

VILLA

118 DPH

0,0 PPD

COVERED AREA 1,835.6 m2 34.9%

1.0 PPD

289/ha 0.25 PPD

148/ha

PUBLIC AREA 3,340.6 m2 63.5%

TOTAL SITE AREA 4,397 m2

50m

COMMERCIAL

64/ha

NON-PUBALIC AREA 171.5 m2 3.9%

2.2 FAR

%

LIVE/WORK

%

COURTYARD

TOTAL SITE AREA 3,329 m2

%

0 SOCIAL HOUSING

Camenzind Evolution | 2005

83.63 m2 1.6%

COMMERCIAL/OFFICES

VILLA

PUBLIC AREA 1,244 m2 37.3%

REA

15 DPH

CASE STUDY: SEEWURFEL VILLAS, ZURICH

UNCOVERED AREA 3424.5 m2 65.1%

0 SOCIAL HOUSING %

%

LIVE/WORK

2.2 FAR

%

COMMERCIAL

50m

83.63 m2 1.6%

TOTAL SITE AREA 5,260 m2

64/ha

2.0 PPD


Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects Roden Court, Extra-care Homes Hilton House Mix-use Housing Douglas Close, Mixed-use Housing Cheviot Gardens, Mixed-use Housing

The design of the apartments consists of two long buildings which will create a central open space for the use of all residents. My main responsibilities included testing the configuration of the different apartments (left). These buildings will rise to create two slim towers. One of the blocks will then extend further back, and step down in scale to a single storey to address the garden and open green space beyond. The higher flats will look down over the green sedum-covered lower roofs of Roden Court and out over the wooded gardens.


Exterior details of Roden Court


Spatial analysis and interior design for Cheviot Gardens


Master-plan for Douglas Close


Portfolio Selected Works  

Selection of architectural projects completed over the years. Varied from project scale and design strategy, they all emphasize the response...

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