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ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO LACHLAN MCLEAN lachlanmclean403@gmail.com +61 4 320 189 70


LACHLAN MCLEAN ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

C O N T E N T S

Darlington Library, Newtown NSW - 2013 (TAFE NSW SYDNEY INSTITUTE. DIPLOMA OF ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY)

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Experience Economy, Carriageworks NSW - 2016 (UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SYDNEY. BACHELOR OF DESIGN IN ARCHITECTURE)

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Hotel Raschaglius, Chur - Switzerland - 2018 (BAUHAUS UNIVERSITAT WEIMAR. MASTERS OF ARCHITECTURE)

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Bridge + Marine Habitat, Vaucluse NSW - 2019 (UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SYDNEY. MASTERS OF ARCHITECTURE)

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1

1

CC17

3

4

CC16

5

4330

300

CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM

1100 161 1100

RL 43.007

6

5080

3000 TO BOUNDARY

2

3000 TO SETOUT

1

SET OUT

1

CC18

LEASABLE RETAIL SPACE

4350

4780 TO SETOUT

EXIT STAIRS Up

B

FIRE STAIR 2

R.C. SPIRAL STAIRS AND CONCRTE ENCASEMENT TO DETAIL

4500 STAIR SETOUT

SANDSTONE CLAD BLOCKWORK FEATURE WALLS TO ENTRY FOYER. RENDER FINISH TO INTERIOR

RL 42.600

1100

CURTAIN ALL ENCASEMENT TO FIRE STAIR

RC FIRE STAIRS TO ENGINEERS DETAILS

GF15

GF14

1 CC21

300 RC BLADE WALL TO ENGINEERS DETAIL

GROUND FLOOR

LANDSCAPING

GROUND FLOOR FIRE EXIT

9300

AREA: 935.67m²

26500 OVERALL

3500 HIGH FRAMELESS GLASS DOORS

POLISHED TIMBER FLOORING CURTAIN WALL GLAZING

GF01

UP Up

ENTRY FOYER

3100 STAIR SETOUT

170

GF05

150 RC WALLS WITH 10 RENDER FINISH

1600

CC19

STORE ROOM

CAFE KITCHEN TILES

SERVICES DUCT GF04

GF11

CAFE AREA

GF12

1

FEMALE

CC19

MALE

TILES

FIRE STAIR 1

GF06

FEATURE PLANTER BOX

C

GF08 GF10

GF09

4460

SANDSTONE CLAD BLOCKWORK FEATURE WALLS TO ENTRY FOYER. RENDER FINISH TO INTERIOR

RL 43.500

DISABLED BATHROOM

LIFT 2

DUCT

1

GF02

1580

4350

GF07

LIFT 1

DISABLED ACCESS RAMPS THROUGH LANDSCAPING LEVELS

1500

GF03

RL 41.993

Up

RC BALUSTRADES

CC21 FIRE HOSE REEL CUPBOARD

1100

3

1m x 1m FEATURE TILES

4350

ENTRY STAIRCASE

1750

DARK TINTED GLASS FACADE TO DETAIL

300

600ø RC COLUMNS TO ENGINEERS DETAIL

DISABLED ACCESS RAMPS FROM OPEN SPACE TO GROUND FLOOR LEVEL

RL 42.300

A 1

CC18

W01

D

TILES

GLASS DOORS

W02 GF13

290 1220 150

WEATHERPROOF TRANSLUCENT CURTAINS SUSPENDED FROM UNDERSIDE OF FOURTH FLOOR

150

6760

RC FIRE STAIR TO ENGINEERS DETAILS

STEEL FRAMED WINDOWS

6000

STAIN FINISH TIMBER PANEL FEATURE

REFER TO TYPICAL OFFICE LEVELS 3-4 FOR DETAILED DIMENSIONS OF CORE

GROUND FLOOR BALCONY

1

4620

1

1m x 1m FEATURE TILES

CC17

8700

8700

7200

1500

CC16

8320

1910

42300 OVERALL

D

3 STOREY BRICK COLLEGE TILED ROOF

400

2300 2500

CHILDCARE CENTRE

CC08

FIRE STAIR 2

S.S. HANDRAILING WITH WIRE BALUSTRADES

600ø RC COLUMNS TO ENGINEERS DETAIL

LEVEL 4 OFFICE

08 LEVEL 5 FFL

RL 61.500

07 LEVEL 4 CL

RL 58.800

07 LEVEL 4 FFL

RL 57.900

06 LEVEL 3 CL

LANDING CONCEALED WITHIN CONCRETE ENCASEMENT

WALL FIXED S.S. HANDRAILING

RC RENDERED WALLS

LEVEL 3 OFFICE

900

PLASTERBOAR D BULKHEADS 2700 HIGH SUSPENDED CEILINGS

SLAB RL 55.200

06 LEVEL 3 FFL

RL 54.300

05 LEVEL 2 CL

3

CURTAIN WALL GLAZING

LEVEL 2 OFFICE

Spiral Staircase Isometric

SF08

LEVEL 1 LIBRARY

3 RL 51.600

05 LEVEL 2 FFL

RL 50.700

04 LEVEL 1 CL

TACTILE GROUND SURFACE INDICATORS MONOLITHIC CONCRETE ENCASEMENT TO ENGINEERS DETAILS

FF08

RL 45.820

900

900 R.C. SPANDRELS

SPIRAL STAIRCASE AND CONCRETE ENCASEMENT TO DETAILS

CONCRETE TO BLEND INTO GROUND FLOOR

TD08

REINFORCED CONCRETE FLOORS TO ENGINEERS DETAILS

CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM

TIMBER PANELING TO UNDERSIDE OF CONCRETE ENCASEMENT

MONOLITHIC CONCRETE FIRE STAIR

900

3600 3600 3600

RL 62.400

FD08

FIRE STAIR 1

4500

TILED FINISH TO STAIRS

RC BLADE WALL

RL 48.000

04 LEVEL 1 FFL

RL 47.100

03 GROUND CL

27 0.0 0°

GROUND FLOOR

90 .00 °

03 GROUND FFL

1200x300 RC COLUMNS TO ENGINEERS DETAILS

UPPER BASEMENT

CONCRETE RAMP TO BASEMENT PARKING

LOWER BASEMENT

450 150 330 STRUCTURAL RETAINING CONCRETE BLOCK WALLS AND DRAINAGE TO DETAIL RL 40.600

1200

150

02 UPPER BASEMENT FFL

LOWER BASEMENT FIRE STAIR

RL 38.000

01LOWER BASEMENT FFL

3100

2

Cross Section 1-1 NTS

4

FFL

WALL FIXED S.S. HANDRAILING TO INSIDE OF CONCRETE

150

RL 43.500

LANDING CONCEALED WITHIN CONCRETE ENCASEMENT 2340 ABOVE

TACTILE GROUND SURFACE INDICATORS

GF14

CONCRETE BALCONY

2900

The existing site of Darlington Library was home to Sydney Universities Army Regiment. The proposed mixed used development will be host to a Library, Childcare, Public space, retail, café & office space. The site is unique in that it will become a focal point when approaching from both directions along King street. Commuters will get a dynamic view of the proposed build when passing by to and from their destination. The project undertaken at Sydney TAFE was heavily construction detailed oriented and extremely well documented. The process took us from site analysis, to design iterations followed by a full development application and construction documentation.

CC05

NOTE: ALL CONCRETE ELEMENTS SUBJECT TO ENGINEERS DETAILS

09 PLANT ROOM 08 LEVEL 5 CL

RL 45.820

2600

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

Mixed Used Development. Darlington Road - 2013 Ultimo TAFE - DIPLOMA ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY

THEATRE

900

DARLINGTON HOUSE 4 STOREY BRICK

D A RL I N G T O N L I B R A R Y

RL 65.300 RL 64.900

900

2 STOREY BRICK GOVERNMENT HOUSING

MAX. HEIGHT

1200

1 STOREY RENDERED USYD BUILDING

WALL FIXED S.S. HANDRAILING TO OUTSIDE OF CONCRTE ENCASEMENT

GLASS ROOF OVER FIRE STAIR

150

D

2700

OA

RENDERED MASONRY WALLS

2700

NR

CURTAIN WALL HIGHLIGHTS WITH RC ROOF OVER

2700

TO

RL 67.600

2700

IN G

A

RC ROOFING

ALUMINIUM LOUVRES TO PLANT ROOM

3600

PROPOSED BUILDING ENVELOPE

RL

B

NTS

RL 47.980

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

KING STREET

DA

C

Ground Floor Plan

2 STOREY BRICK RESIDENCES TILED ROOF

2900

2 STOREY TERRACE RESIDENCES

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

1

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

3600

External Facade

Up

TACTILE GROUND SURFACE INDICATORS CONCRETE ENCASEMENT TO FLOW DOWN TO GROUND FLOOR SLAB

Spiral Staircase Plan NTS

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1500

07 LEVEL 4 FFL

1500

TENSIONED WIRES SUPOORTING PANELS

250

RL 58.800

2mm THICK S.S. FEATURE PANELS

STEEL HOUSING FOR LOUVRE ROTATING MECHANISM BOLTED TO UNDERSIDE OF SLAB

TENIONED WIRE STRUCTURE FOR PANELS

900

220x50 AL. MULLIONS BOLTED TO TOP OF SPANDREL

70ø SPIDER CONNECTIONS

1500

S.S. SPIDER CONNECTIONS

DARK TINT GLASS PANELS (1500Hx1500W)

600

3000 PANEL SPACING

S.S. STRUCTURE DYNA BOLTED TO SLABS

08 LEVEL 5 FFL

07 LEVEL 4 CL

RL 62.400

SEALANT BETWEEN PANELS

10mm GREY TINTED GLASS PANELS

04 LEVEL 1 FFL

RL 43.500

03 GROUND FFL

Facade Isometric

TENSIONED WIRE SYSTEM

06 LEVEL 3 CL

RL 57.900

7

1660 PANEL SPACING

Facade Elevation NTS

250

RL 48.000

6

07 LEVEL 4 FFL

RL 58.800

1660 PANEL SPACING

R.C. SLABS TO ENGINEERS DETAILS

2.0mm THICK S.S. FEATURE PANELS

600

S.S. POLISHED CONNECTIONS

220x50 AL. MULLIONS BOLTED TO UNDERSIDE OF SLAB

131

450

250

250 RC SLAB TO ENGINEERS DETAILS

900

06 LEVEL 3 FFL

WEATHERPROOF SEALANT BETWEEN PANELS DARK TINT GLASS PANELS (2100Hx1500W)

1500

400x70 TIMBER CLAD LOUVRES. ROTATION TO SUN PATH CONTROLLED BY INTERNAL COMPUTER STEEL HOUSING FOR LOUVRE ROTATING MECHANISM RL 55.200

280

2100

700 HIGH RC SPANDRELS

3000 PANEL SPACING

900 SPANDREL

RL 61.500

R.C. SPANDREL 900 ABOVE FFL WITH RENDER FINISH TO INTERIOR

R.C. SLAB OVERHANG TO MEET BCA REQUIREMENTS

10mm GLASS PANELS

20 TIMBER FLOORING

DRIP GROOVE

NATURAL GROUND LINE 190 REINFORCED CONCRETE BLOCK WALL 90 REINFORCED CONCRETE BLOCK WALLS DRAINAGE CELLS

250 RC FLOOR SLAB TO ENGINEERS DETAILS 02 UPPER BASEMENT FFL

600x400 R.C. STRIP FOOTING TO ENGINEERS DETAILS RL 38.000

01LOWER BASEMENT FFL

270

RL 40.600 EARTH BACKFILL

SEALANT

20 190 23 98

AG LINE

400

270

DRAINAGE CELL WITH VAPOUR BARRIER BEHIND

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

5

West Wall Detail NTS

External Rendered Perspective (004)


GALLERY GALLERY STUDENT SUPPORT STUDENT SUPPORT ADMIN/ ADMIN &ENTRY ENTRANCEFOYER FOYER

800 PERSON LECTURELT THEATRE 800 PERSON 400 PERSON LECTURE THEATRE 400 PERSON LT 200 PERSON LECTURE THEATRE 2 22xXX 200 PERSON LT 100 PERSON LECTURE THEATRE 2 2xX100 PERSON LT 50 PERSON LECTURE THEATRE 2 GALLERY x 50 PERSON GALLERY

Public

LIBRARY (CAFE) LIBRARY

COMPUTER LAB COMPUTER LAB

ARTS

ARTS

AMPHITHEATRE FKA HALL AMPHITHEATRE FKA Hall TOILETS TOILETS CAFE CAFE - PUBLIC & PRIVATE FKA Canteen

FABRICATION

aculties SCIENCE FABRICATION

SHARED OUTDOOR AREAS SHARED OUTDOOR AREAS

COMPUTER LAB SCIENCE

LIBRARY

Program_ Phenotype

UPDATED PROGRAMMATIC ORDER, AS PER PEDAGOGY

prescribed programmatic requirements

rooms

TOILETS TOILET CANTEEN CANTEEN

COLLEGE MIDDLE SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL MIDDLE SCHOOL MIDDLE SCHOOL

Contextual Application of Program

Continuation of carriageworks 1:5000

Continuation of Carriageworks

FABRICATION FABRICATION ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE Program_ Re LT 400400 PERSON LECTURE THEATRE LT 200200 PERSON LECTURE THEATRE

SHARED OUTDOOR AREA SHARED OUTDOOR AREAS COLLEGE

Contextual Application_ Blue-Sky Phenotype 1:5000

COLLABORATIVE SPACE COLLABORATIVE SPACE

Not Classrooms

HALL HALL

Site Isometric, Carriageworks

GYMGYM SCIENCE SCIENCE

LIBRARY

GYM GYM

Contextual Application_ Blue-Sky Phenotype 1:5000

ARTS ARTS

STUDENT SUPPORT COMPUTER LAB STUDENT SUPPORT ADMIN ADMIN

ration

LT 800800 PERSON LECTURE THEATRE COLLEGE COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL MIDDLE SCHOOL SCHOOL MIDDLE

Program_ Re

Blue Sky Program Genotype Train line manipulation 1:5000

Program Reconfiguration on Site Program_ Re-Configuration on site 1:5000

Architectural strategy 1:5000

Architectural Strategy

Process Diagrams

ration

ration

Trainline Manipulation

1:700 P

rations

MoMA visits Sydney

Australian museum travelling Exhibit

Splendour In The Works

Book of Mormon Visits the Paintshed

EXPERIENCE ECONOMY

COLLISION, MOMENTS AND INFORMATION EXCHANGE A VISUAL ARTS HIGH SCHOOL DESIGNED BY JERRAM ROSEN & LACHLAN MCLEAN

Experiences

Performing Art School, Carriageworks NSW - 2016 University of Technology Sydney. BACHELOR OF DESIGN IN ARCHITECTURE

Experience Economy is based on Blue Skies learning which essentially is the pairing of dissimilar programs to create an unexpectedly harmonious mix- (i.e. cheese and grapes). In doing so, the school becomes a performance that depends on manufactured moments that question where inspiration is sourced. Using the world outside, the art classroom as we know it is now transformed and revamped as students experience the adjacent activities and visual connections from across the way. The Experience Economy intends to be a highly inspirational and cross-pollinated learning experience within the North Eveleigh site by pairing dissimilar programs together with the aim of creating unintentional art and interdisciplinary harmony. Ground Floor Plan (005)


A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

South facing glass opening

Fire sprinkler sys tem

Perferated eye beam exterier Laminated safety glass

TOP OF TRUSS TOP OF ROOF

300mm diameter steel truss

75mm steel roof sheeting Steel roof support stucture Steel box gutter

UNDERSIDE OF ROOF STRUCTURE

Rubber electrical pipe

supply air service duct Operable North facade

Supply air service duct Operable steel beam structure Toughened Interior Float Glass

Service riser

exterior danpal double skin facade

Secondary lightweight Steel facade

Timber room partition

Internal service riser

Glazing room partition

TOP OF CLASSROOM

110mm Polished concrete raised floor to allow for underfloor heating and cooling 300mm sub concrete floor structure

Main service core

GROUND FLOOR

Latitudinal Section

Experience HUB A

Experience HUB A

Return air duct meets a fan adjoining an air vent at the top of each service riser to expel unnecessary warm or stale air out of the building

3mm Glazing sites in a 20mm Aluminium frame welded to the space frame to provide natural lighting and waterproofing. 3mm Glass channels water into a box gutter that runs off into 10,000L water tanks that sit in service cores on the Northern and Southern ends of the school 500mm welded Aluminum space truss spanning 85 metres allowing maxiumum freedom in program and floor activity Return air duct meets a fan adjoining an air vent at the top of each service riser to expel unnecessary warm or stale air out of the building

Concrete Service risers are placed every 24 metres of the school to feed electricity, fire sprinklers and HVAC to the school. Electrical system transfers power from the substation located below Carriageworks entrance to a main switch board, which is then channeled to a distribution panel and finally a switch board in rooms, zones and spaces within the school Each Space Truss module is attached to a triple pin joint system that sits on embedded steel beams in a 4000mm deep concrete pile on. Water is collected from the roof of the building and brought down to a series of water tanks located inside in the basement service core. The water is then treated and stored in a greywater collection tank where then the water will be used for servicing bathrooms and surrounding landscape.

Perforated I-Beams brace the space truss in the horizontal direction whilst allowing for sercives to run through its hexagonal structure. Return fan sucks all hot air out of the building through every second truss module

Interior greenery converting some carbon dioxide into fresh oxygen

Pendant lighting hanging from perforated I beam illuminating collaborative spaces

200mm polished concrete floor slab 450mm concrete foundation Greywater feeding into interior and exterior green zones and bathroom plumbing Underfloor ducting feeding into clusters through cooling vents.

Fresh air is transferred down from the top of the structure through integrated service risers and into HVAC units whch then distribute air through underfloor ventillation systems.

Groundwater cooling system help with energy savings in the school. Boreholes are located at bedrock which is a cool 14 degrees celcius. It then travels to the surface of the building foundation, cooling it from the ground upward, eventually being displaced through the underfloor air vents

Integrated Systems Axonometric Section

Perspective Render (006)


SKI CELLAR HVACR

Basel

SERVING FUNC TIONS

Zurich S TA F E / S E R V I C E S

PRIVATE

Bern Chur

Continental Crust

Continental Crust

Switzerland

STAFF REC. AREA ARCHIVE / STORAGE ADMINISTRATION X 2 INCOMING / OUTGOING UNEXPOSED

STAFF BEDSITS

WINE CELLAR STORAGE ROOM (UNDERGROUND) SERVICE ROOMS 1 PER FLOOR ADMIN FOR KITCHEN KITCHEN WC / WARDROBE LOUNGE / BAR

DINING HALL

Zurich

Asthenosphere

SPA / POOL / SAUNA

STAFF / SERVICES

Site Location: Chur - Switzerland

Continental Plate

Views from site

Ts c h i n g e l h รถ r n e r

Piz Segnas

Piz Dolf

Collision

Tr istelhor n

LIBRARY TRUNK LOBBY / RECPTION

P R I VAT E

Asthenosphere

Lugano

PUBLIC

Sion Geneva

PUBLIC

Lithosphere

Lithosphere

GUEST BEDROOM

Program Stack

Ringelspitz

Crap Mats

Fil de Cassons

HOTEL RASCHAGLIUS Place Built in Nature. Chur, Switzerland - 2018 Bauhaus - Universitat, Weimar. MASTERS OF ARCHITECTURE The theme studied throughout Hotel Raschaglius was the relationship between architecture and nature. We explored the cultural tradition of building in landscape and pointed the question of how architecture itself constitutes a place in nature. Hotel Raschaglius is located in the canton of Grisons which is the largest and easternmost canton of Switzerland. The Canton of Grisons mountains emerged from two tectonic plates shifting causing high peaks and low valleys. The architectural form my building takes follows the tectonic shift of the region while transferring to the panoramic surrounds. Without giving up dichotomy between nature and the creation by man, and instead of staging a building as a symbolic object in nature, we can as well inversely understand the building as an optical instrument as a machine of perception to contemplate nature. Longitudinal Section

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Ground Floor Plan

Details: NTS

First Floor Plan

Internal Render

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Australian pelican. White-bellied Sea Eagle. Arctic tern. Arctic jaeger. Antipodean (wandering) albatross

Enery Flow

Rock louse Periwinkle Limpet

Birds

Land Ecology

Bridge

Banksia Eucalyptus wattle

Spray Zone

Chiton Limpet Buckshot Barnacle

Trees

Marine Ecology

High Tide Zone

Reef Sharks Bull sharks Yellowtail kingfish Snapper flathead bream

Biodiversity

Species Interaction

brine shrimp and krill Euglenophyta Chrysophyta

Brain Coral - Plesiastrea versipora URG coral - Coscinarea mcneilli

Shrubs

Lowest High Tide

Sharks Large fish Crabs Smaller Fish

Middle Tide Zone

Microscopic Planktonic Invertabrates Kelps Algae

Bridge as Connection

Bridge as Continuous Conditions

Land

Coral Sea Grass Mangroves Kelps

Reef

Lagoon

Land

Lowest Low Tide

Lagoon

Bridge as Integrated Ecological Systems

Reef

0 5 10 15

Coral Sea Grass Mangroves

Intertidal Zone

Ecology Diagram

BRIDGE+MARINE HABITAT

Microscopic Planktonic Invertabrates Sea Star Acorn Barnacles

Lierroral (Intertidal Zone

Acanthus mollis Acmena Carpobrotus Correa.

Seam Boulder

Typical Reef Plan

Cave Erosion

Screen Erosion

Typical Reef Section

Seam Erosion

Rock Features Credit -James Gardiner

Bridge as Integrated Ecological Systems, Sydney NSW - 2019 University of Technology Sydney. MASTERS OF ARCHITECTURE

Landscape

Intertidal Zone

Bridge + Marine Habitat is a public park with the addition of space on ground level and also functions as an underwater Marine Habitat. The bridge aims to form a connection as a public gathering place and great new ways of engaging community with conversations surrounding sustainability and ecology. The bridge construction is made from 3D printed recycled oyster shells with the purpose to stimulate biodiversity with objects that are 100% nontoxic for the environment. This artificial coral will attract coral polyps, the organisms that make up coral reefs. The congregation and growth of these corals will in turn attract organisms that rely on corals and help rejuvenate dying reefs or create new ones altogether. Using Topology optimization, the negative gives home to marine life and uses less material. The artificial reef will reduce chronic shoreline erosion and become resilient against climate change.

Small Marine Life

Landscape

Large Marine Life

Intertidal Zone

Small Marine Life

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Large Marine Life

Bridge System

Typical reef Structure

Typical reef Lagoon

Bridge Connection

Bridge Perspective

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Intertidal Sea Wall Tile

External Perspective recycled oyster shells CaCo2

Heat

Lime (calcium carbonate) Ca0

Ash, sand, crushed oyster shells

Oyster shell concrete

Recycled Oyster Shell Construction

Cross Section

Underwater Perspective

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