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Architecture & Design Lucas MacMillan


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Sydney Olympic Park High School 18 22 27

Krakow Oxygen Centre Gradient Student Housing

Drawing Architectural Ideas 32

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Musikhaus

Walsh Bay Museum

Find-a-Brand Incu Window Installation


Site Plan

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Ground Floor Plan

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Typical Floor Plan

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View from Karl Marx Allee

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Section A

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Section B

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View from Kosmos Theatre

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North Elevation

South Elevation

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Isometric

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Sydney Olympic Park High School Winner, UTS Sydney Olympic Park Design Competition Shortlisted, Australian Institute of Architects First Degree Design Medal

In 2001 the Sydney Olympic Park Authority launched a comprehensive 2030 master plan for the Park and its immediate surrounds. Through strategic zoning, the Park will grow to become an essential cultural, recreational, educational and sporting precinct serving greater metropolitan Sydney. This studio project operates within the premise of establishing the school as another piece of integrated infrastructure for the Park, while challenging the established paradigm for high school educational architecture and spatiality.

Sydney Olympic Park High School is a proposal anchored within the southern centre of the Park on a contested parcel of land, neighbouring the Sydney International Aquatic Centre, warm up track, T7 Olympic Park Train Line, and Olympic Boulevarde. Adopting the form of a continuous corridor, the school bridges across the site, allowing minimal changes to the existing Park ground plane and parkland. The corridor, blurring the boundaries of classroom and circulation space, strategically bends to respond to context and the 2030 master plan, while linking activity nodes through touching the ground plane and offering a traversable roof plane open to the public. The school becomes a node linking pedestrians and students across the aggressive transport network and infrastructure overlay of the park.

As a manifestation of continuity, the corridor is a provocation against the traditional distinction between classroom and circulatory corridor. Sitting amongst the network that is Sydney Olympic Park, the school becomes its own network for constant collaboration and learning. Students are enabled to practice cross disciplinarity and constantly share ideas through the anchoring of shared program at the corridor bends, encouraging movement throughout and across the corridor’s interior.

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Sydney Olympic Park High School

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WARM UP TRACK SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK HOCKEY CENTRE

SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK SPORTS CENTRE

SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK AQUATIC CENTRE

AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

PULLMAN SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK

Sydney Olympic Park Site Axonometric

BIKE STORAGE

MIDDLE

CANTEEN

HIGH

GYM THEATRE SCIENCE FACULTY COLLEGE

HALL

PUBLIC PROGRAMS

TRADITIONAL CLASSROOMS

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ENTRY POINTS

CENTRAL LIBRARY

CONTEMPORARY CLASSROOMS

SCHOOLS

SPECULATIVE CLASSROOMS


High School Montage

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Sydney Olympic Park Figure Ground

SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK AQUATIC CENTRE

AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION WARM UP TRACK

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GYMNASIUM

THEATRE

COLLEGE ADMIN

HIGH SCHOOL

LIBRARY

HALL

BIKE STORAGE

MIDDLE SCHOOL

DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY

SCIENCE LABS

CANTEEN

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SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK HOCKEY CENTRE

SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK SPORTS CENTRE

Sydney Olympic Park High School Plan

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Ramp Classrooms Montage

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Krakow Oxygen Centre Bee Breeders Architecture Competition Entry Awarded Highly Commended

The Krakow Oxygen Centre is a community home. It is a place for the township of Krakow to come together, to transparently engage and to confront the health issues of lung cancer that face the people of Krakow from a long history of coal burning.

Sitting at the cross circulation paths in the Bror Hansson Park between the Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Institute of Oncology and the Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Institute of Oncology Post treatment rehabilitation centre, weathered masonry brick sweeps up from the park as a continuation of the ground plane, referencing traditional Krakow stone construction. The brick cocoons the interiors from the harsh climatic conditions of the city, creating a warm interior space. Atop this solid masonry base sits the new lantern of Krakow, the glass and ETFE roof of the Oxygen Centre. With the inflated ETFE, the roof becomes the new lungs for the city, inflating and deflating above the people whom it services.

Sited at this important junction in Krakow, the building becomes an offering of a third space – a cross section of public and private. While sitting in the space that used to be Bror Hansson Park, the building does not take space but adds it to the park, with the interior being publicly traversable. The building’s curved form wraps around the existing playground to engage with the site, and connect the community centre with the infrastructure of its context. With a gradual shift from public to private program along the winding axis of the building, the walls shift in height to reveal and hide aspects of the building’s interior to the outside city. Although the notion of sickness and death is walled within the building, these walls and barriers are peeling away, enabling the wider community to engage with its inherent health issues, and begin breaking down the stigmas associated with it.

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Krakow Oxygen Centre Community Space

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Site Axonometric

PRIVATE CLINICAL WING

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PERMEABLE PUBLIC BUILDING

FRAMED PUBLIC PLAYGROUND


Krakow Oxygen Centre

Krakow Oxygen Centre

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UTS Gradient Student Housing Third Year Design Project Absorbing conditions from the surrounding context of the UTS podium site, three axes were established to calibrate an experimental housing idea into geometry and an architectural system. The vertical axis expresses an individuals’ marks which are dictated by performance, the X-axis is dictated by stage within their degree, and the Y-axis is dictated by the individual’s choice to be more or less social.

Block massing of the geometry is eroded through the shaping to the north of the site, ensuring that light and air access is achieved across the building, helped by the sponge-like solid to void relationship of the plan. The geometry graduates from more insular and self contained ‘box’ units on the less social north side, to canted pyramidal units on the social south side, with interstitial social spaces growing over this transition. Within, the circulation system transforms from direct access through to an open network in which rooms are traversed and become part of an interior public domain.

The 76 mini-towers that form the building become quasi-fiefdoms. Mutual benefit is received through adaptable walls - if everyone is able to move up through academic success from the pass rooms, these adapt and open to become greater shared recreational zones. The walls which divided the spaces pivot open or protrude from the building, becoming signals to the others around of the collective and individual’s academic success.

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THREE-SHARE LOFT

KITCHEN

LOUNGE BED

BREAKOUT SPACE

BED

TWIN-SHARE BEDROOM

01 / SECLUDED ‘PASS’ DWELLING

02 / COMMUNAL ZONE

03 / MID-SOCIAL ‘PASS’ AND ‘CREDIT’ DWELLING

Perspective Section

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Grid

Grid Deformation

Stacked Scripted Outputs

Block Geometry

Surface Articulation

Massing

Lifted Massing

Geometry


DISTINCTION DWELLING

KITCHEN

CREDIT DWELLING

ENTERTAINING AREA

PASS DWELLING

04 / COMMUNAL ZONE

SOCIAL ‘PASS’, ‘CREDIT’ AND ‘DISTINCTION’ HOUSING

Perspective Section

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Roof Terrace Plan

First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Third Floor Plan


Roof Terrace

Distinction Level Room

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Credit Level Room

Pass Level Room

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Drawing Architectural Ideas As an architect, the limit of our world is defined by our capacity to represent our ideas with seductive, communicative and accurate images. The following drawings, drawn detached from design studio projects were completed as experimentations into representational technique and graphical communication.

‘Cassia Coop Training Centre’ orients a discussion on TYIN Tegnestue Architects’ 2011 project in Sumantra, Indonesia of the same name. A collaborative construction project, it was built by six architects, five students and a collection of local unskilled workers as a cinnamon production work training centre. Funded privately by a French businessman, the drawing overlays montage and perspectival elevation to explore how amongst a troubled context, humanitarian projects can sometimes have greater underlying motivations.

‘Temporal Architecture Insanity’ is an exploration of a typical architecture student. Covering the length of a day in CAD, the drawing layers perspectival plans to depict the stressful descent into an architecture induced insanity.

‘Teshima Art Museum Graphical App’ is an architectural information app for Ryue Nishizawa’s 2010 Teshima Art Museum on Teshima Island, Japan. The app outlines the history and development of the Museum through a series of slides drawn in the style of Japanese manga. The app was presented to a collection of architecture students at the museum in 2015.

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KEEP DIGGING YOU SCUM!

RIGHTS TO THE PEOPLE!

PLEASE DON’T HURT MY CHILDREN!!

Cassia Coop Training Centre, TYIN Tegnestue Architects

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LET THE WORK BEGIN. REVIEW IN 2 WEEKS. FUCK.

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LUNCH. LEG HAM, MAYO, ALFALFA SANDWICH.

LUCAS IS PRODUCTIVE THIS MORNING. GOOD.

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“PREVIOUSLY ON SUITS...”

FRIDAY. 4PM IS RESERVED FOR HARVEY AND MIKE.

CRISIS. RHINO CRASH. RHINO IS FUCKING SCUM.

LUCAS SURVEYS WORK OVER DINNER. HE DECIDES HE’S GREAT

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shhhhhh...

MUCH OF THE DAYS WORK IS LOST. LUCAS RETREATS.

COFFEE IS AT HAND. LUCAS FINDS SECOND WIND.

HORIZONTAL SURFACES ARE TOO ENTICING. SHHHHHHHH.

Temporal Architectural Insanity

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豊島美術館

Konichiwa!.. My name is Professor Ryue Nishizawa! I am a Japanese architect and one half of the practice SANAA with Kazuya Sejima

Konichiwaaaaaaaaa!!!

Say hello Kazuya!..

RUSSIA

I ISLAND NORTH KOREA

TESHIMA ART MUSEUM

TESHIMA

MUKOUJIMA ISLAND

NAOSHIMA

SOUTH KOREA

JAPAN

KASHIWA ISLAND

OGIJIMA TESHIMA ART MUSEUM

MEGIJIMA

Ah, thankyou Kazuya, anyway, where was I?.. Ah yes,

Welcome to my Teshima Art Museum 豊島美術館 Located in the Seto Inland Sea of western Japan...

On the island of Teshima, Within the Japanese Prefecture of Kagawa,..

Teshima Island is one of abundant natural beauty with scenic views and rice terraces...

This was not always the case though. In 1975 Teshima became an industrial toxic waste dump, driving away the island’s rich trade...

Completed in 2010, seven years after its initial conception, the design is composed of free curves, referencing the shape of a water droplet...

The museum was constructed to give Teshima a new public face and much needed revival; one of which had already successfully begun on nearby Naoshima Island.

The building attempts to reflect my personal philosophy of fusing architecture and the surrounding natural environment...

Teshima Art Museum Graphic App

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60m

42m

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1958m

2.8m

4.2m

2.2m

This link is largely achieved through two 7m diameter unglazed apertures that allow an unimpeded connection to the exterior environment and weather...

At a modest maximum height of 4.5m, the droplet spans 60m with a column free interior - the 250mm thick slab supports the entire 1958m2 space...

It was a difficult job for renown engineer Mutsuro Sasaki and I to make the building stand up! And to convince others it would too! Talk about stress!

The construction was achieved by a 22 hour continuous pour of a white lime-mix concrete over an earth mound and mortar formwork...

A single installation artwork by Japanese artist Rei Naito is situated within the building’s interior. Her work is conceptually minimal and focuses on texture.

Beads of water percolate through pinholes in the floor, rolling along the expansive concrete, increasing in speed before popping down another hole...

Similar to my philosophy, Naito says she was “strongly influenced” by my building, especially the idea of a “space where rain and wind could enter freely”,

The artwork creates an unbelievably engaging and dynamic scene within the unbelievably tranquil space. See! Kazuya loves it!

11:39AM

lucas.macmillan

Teshima Art Museum 豊島美術館

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lucas.macmillan Nishizawa. #igdaily #turningjapanese view all 13 comments adelaide.dias OMG this is soo cooool! em_macmillan wow, I love that ephemeral light quality! #beaut alexarnott Need to get to Japan I think

So find yourself a dry patch, sit down. Concentrate. Leave the world behind. Immerse yourself in the light, environment, materiality...

And remember, iPhone hidden behind your sketchbook is the best bet to sneak that perfect shot for the ‘gram!..

Enjoy my Teshima Art Museum 豊島美術館 and welcome to the world of Nishizawa!

LUCAS MACMILLAN

Teshima Art Museum Graphic App

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Walsh Bay Museum Developing first from mappings of natural systems of vine growth, and then of the Australian Museum, Sydney’s skeleton collection, observations of circulation, visual attractors, structure and growth were synthesised into a single spatial system and concept. Through the construction of a diagrammatic machine, this information was choreographed to develop a series of formal implications for the museum. In tandem to this, the Australian Museum skeleton collection underwent a re-hierarchicalisation, considering object size, visual familiarity, popularity and presentation within popular culture.

This

new outcome was then mapped to formulate a basis for spatial relationships and to equalize exhibited objects, with the negation of size taking place through calibration of visual depth of their presentation.

With structure being the spatial definer of the Australian Museum interior, the Corinthian column, a symbol of Australian institutional and political power was taken as the formal catalyst. Rather than these twelve columns remaining at the periphery of the space, they were ordered within a regular grid across the floor plan. With the embedding of the diagrammed information into these columns, the surfaces delaminated and deformed to begin encapsulating program, and allow circulatory and visual penetration of the columns.

Subsequently developed is a museum in which highly specific

development of spaces implicate the internal structure and circulation as narrators of collective viewing of the Museum’s skeleton collection.

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NODES

INTERACTION POINTS

LEAF DENSITY

STEM STRUCTURE

SUPPORT

TRACHELOSPERMUM JASMINOIDES

WISTERIA SINESIS

MANDEVILLA SANDERI

Vine Growth Mappings

LEAF DENSITY

EXPLORATIVE GROWTH

OFFSHOOT GROWTH

OFFSHOOTS

MAIN VINE GROWTH

CORE

EXPLORATIVE GROWTH

OFFSHOOT GROWTH EXPLORATIVE GROWTH

Vine Growth Overlay Diagram

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TOP VIEW | ONE WEIGHT PULL

TOP VIEW | ONE WEIGHT PULL

TOP VIEW | ONE WEIGHT PULL

TOP VIEW | ONE WEIGHT PULL

TOP VIEW | TWO WEIGHT PULL

TOP VIEW | PARALLEL WEIGHT PULL

TOP VIEW | TWO WEIGHT PULL

TOP VIEW | PARALLEL WEIGHT PULL

TOP VIEW | TWO WEIGHT PULL

TOP VIEW | PARALLEL WEIGHT PULL

TOP VIEW | TWO WEIGHT PULL

TOP VIEW | PARALLEL WEIGHT PULL

FRONT ELEVATION | ONE WEIGHT PULL

FRONT ELEVATION | ONE WEIGHT PULL

FRONT ELEVATION | ONE WEIGHT PULL

FRONT ELEVATION | ONE WEIGHT PULL

FRONT ELEVATION | TWO WEIGHT PULL

FRONT ELEVATION | PARALLEL WEIGHT PULL

FRONT ELEVATION | TWO WEIGHT PULL

FRONT ELEVATION | PARALLEL WEIGHT PULL

FRONT ELEVATION | TWO WEIGHT PULL

FRONT ELEVATION | PARALLEL WEIGHT PULL

FRONT ELEVATION | TWO WEIGHT PULL

FRONT ELEVATION | PARALLEL WEIGHT PULL

VINE DIAGRAMMATIC-MACHINE IMAGE MATRIX

Diagrammatic Machine Sequence Images

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VINE DIAGRAMMATIC-MACHINE IMAGE MATRIX

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VINE DIAGRAMMATIC-MACHINE IMAGE MATRIX

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EVENLY WEIGHTED

EVENLY WEIGHTED

EVENLY WEIGHTED

EVENLY WEIGHTED

TRACHELOSPERMUM JASMINOIDES WEIGHTED

EVENLY WEIGHTED

TRACHELOSPERMUM JASMINOIDES WEIGHTED

TRACHELOSPERMUM JASMINOIDES WEIGHTED

TRACHELOSPERMUM JASMINOIDES WEIGHTED

TRACHELOSPERMUM JASMINOIDES WEIGHTED

MANDEVILLA SANDERI WEIGHTED

MANDEVILLA SANDERI WEIGHTED

MANDEVILLA SANDERI WEIGHTED

WISTERIA SINESIS WEIGHTED

MANDEVILLA SANDERI WEIGHTED

WISTERIA SINESIS WEIGHTED

MANDEVILLA SANDERI WEIGHTED

WISTERIA SINESIS WEIGHTED

WISTERIA SINESIS WEIGHTED

CONTROL

WISTERIA SINESIS WEIGHTED

CONTROL

CONTROL

CONTROL

CONTROL

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Diagrammatic Machine Vine Information Overlay

VINE DIAGRAMMATIC-MACHINE VINE DIAGRAMMATIC-MACHINE VINE INSTRUCTION DIAGRAMMATIC-MACHINE VINE MANUAL INSTRUCTION DIAGRAMMATIC-MACHINE VINE MANUAL INSTRUCTION DIAGRAMMATIC-MACHINE MANUAL INSTRUCTION MANUAL INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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GROUND GROUNDFLOOR FLOORPLAN PLAN

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FIRST FIRSTFLOOR FLOORPLAN PLAN

SECOND SECONDFLOOR FLOORPLAN PLAN

Walsh Bay Museum Plans

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FLOOR FLOORPLANS PLANS 1:200 1:200at atA3 A3

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Find-a-Brand Window Installation In collaboration with Domus Vim Fabrication Studio With hidden words and brand logos, the laser-cut mosaic find-a-word was designed for both passerby and those who had time to stop and enjoy a bit of fun in their day. As part of Incu’s Window Project, Find-aBrand employed digital fabrication techniques partnered with the nostalgia of the find-a-word to playfully promote the store’s Autumn / Winter 2015 brands and labels for sale.

224 orange perspex plates reflecting the store’s graphic colour identity were laser-cut and assembled to form the mosaic.

Overlaid onto these were white laser-cut letters concealing fifteen brand names

in the find-a-word and brand logos of the words to search for.

Hung within the window display, the

mosaic became a bold installation to the storefront, combining a store, the brands within, and digital fabrication technologies. Run in conjunction with a store competition to win a $250.00 Incu voucher, the installation contributed to building the store’s online customer and email database through find-a-word answer submissions.

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Find-a-Brand Detail Axonometric

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Find-a_Brand, Incu City Mens

Find-a_Brand, Incu City Mens

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