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ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO


JAMES TIMOTIUS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

NYP / DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE / DOB : 20-08-2000 This portfolio is a compilation of the projects/ research which i did from Year 1 to Year 2. It is my deepest gratitude to all those who supported me and provided the means to get this portfolio done. To my family, friend, colleagues for their continuous prayers, encouragement and source of competitive inspiration. To my tutor who patiently helped us develop this portfolio through their guidiance , constructive critisism and encouragement. JAMES TIMOTIUS


Table of Contents 1. Genius In Nature - Weaver Ant 2. Rainforest Retreat 3. The Focus House 4. Gadang House 5. Zero Net Energy 6. N1 @ NYP 7. Travels in Parallel Reality


YEAR: 2015 / LOCATION: Singapore / BUILDING : Pavilion/ TYPE : Academic

STRUCTURE AND WORKFLOW USED: AUTOCAD. REVIT. RHINO. LUMION

W E AV E R A N T K I N G D O M a new way of building dwelling thinking D I S C R I P T I O N The Genius of Nature. It is the beginning of life, of everything on earth in fact. Yet how much do humans knowabout nature, about the workings of your body, which is a genius of nature itself.In this abstract world, this material world, this technological world, how far are we removed from the source and how much have we strayed? C

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This Studio project hopes to discover and unveil and explore the use / study of biomimicry in today’s context


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Peremeter for sensing 1. edge lowest angle 2. size of colony 3. stillness

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YEAR: 2019 / LOCATION: Kuala Lumpur / BUILDING : Pavilion/ TYPE : Fricton

STRUCTURE AND WORKFLOW USED: AUTOCAD. REVIT. RHINO. LUMION

NYALA ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION unleash the hero in you

D I S C R I P T I O N The action of NYALA [ignite] sparks creative ideas that enlighten the built environment by creating art, architecture and building infrastructure which are in harmony with people, culture and the nature that we are living in today.

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The architectural student workshop has been well established as an annual event in Malaysia for more than three decades. This year, the 31st Architectural Student Workshop 2019 which is supported by Pertubuhan Arkitek Malaysia (PAM) is being participated by 762 delegates from 24 higher learning institutions from Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Singapore.


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YEAR: 2015 / LOCATION: Pulau Ubin / BUILDING : Cabin/ TYPE : Shelter

STRUCTURE AND WORKFLOW USED: AUTOCAD. REVIT.

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Ecology and sustainability are concepts that currently have great influence on many spheres of our life, especially that of architecture.We all agree with the impact of the theories on global warming and thus with that need to reduce our Carbon dioxide emissions and ensure that our lifestyles are more respectful to the environment. It is, therefore, imperative to search for a new building/ shelter solutions that are environmentally friendly and lead to a reduction in the consumption of materials, destruction to the environment and also energy.

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Passive systems- using design of a building to furfill the thermal needs of a house, eliminating the need for mechanical systems

Active systems- are those that supply energy to residences, using renewable sources such as solar power.

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Natural indirect lightPrevents sunlight from travelling straight into the room. Making it suitable for reading and sleeping in the room. Efficient and Multipurpose kitchen setupCounter Top with Sink and stacked washer and dryer with windows and adjustable blinds.

User comfort and activities Dirt disposal unit- The unit is able to suck in waste or disposal up to 0.2cm long and wide it hopes to provide an easy cleaning

Balcony- A 1.2m wide x 4m width balcony . Just nice to accommodate a coffee table, chairs and perhaps some flower pots. Rooftop Garden- Just like “:Courtyard� in shophouses, the rooftop garden was constructed to provide a greenery to the residents eye

Designated waste disCorridor- A 1.2m wide posal area- Hot air from walkway that allows 2 air-conditioners, toilet way traffic to and fro. smell, water heater That also functions as a steams and all other holding area for resipollutants are disposed dents ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PAGE : in this area.

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SITE PLAN

Built up areas refer to places that are either for residential, commercial or office use. These places usually often have high human density and therefore produces more pollutants such as noise, light, air and etc. Therefore thus cabin is purposely placed away from high density “ concrete jungle” so as to be able to make full use of nature while still being connected to the modern world.

Green areas refer to places that are parks, fields or hills. The cabin is placed strategically with lots of greenery so as to make the residents more pleasant to stay.

The black represents the road while the gray represents concrete that leads up to the jetty. When choosing the site, the architect wanted a “strategic location” so to make sure that there is no logistical issues of re-stocking food and medical supplies due to the lack of accessible infrastructure.

70 percent of the Earth is water. The blue represents sea water. Not only do roads connect us but in fact, sea also connects us. So being connected to the sea is essentially being connected to at least 70 percent of the world.

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DRAWINGS- PROPOSED SECTION

After the concrete slab, there need to be a waterproofing membrane then , root barrier so on and so forth. And therefore, the architects cant possibly make a super “sleek” roof but expect the roof to grow durian tree. Therefore, this cabin roof is made little thicker and less “sleeker” to accommodate trees up to 2m tall

And in accordance to the BCA in Singapore, it states that a thread of 225mm and maximum rise of 175mm , and must at least be 900mm of width.

A cool temperate roof surely would not perform at tropical climate as it is not catered for that climate, and therefore might cause leakages, floods and etc

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DRAWINGS- PROPOSED PLANS

Places of Level 1 1. Toilet 2. Sink area 3. Working Desk 4. Balcony 5. Corridor

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The 1st floor plan of the cabin primarily functions as place for the residents to eat and and work. Based on the timetable that the architect had created, the residents will spend most of their time here at the 1st floor. Be it to perform daily necessity activities such as, going to the toilet, cooking, cleaning , working. And therefore as you can see the 1st floor have a somewhat more rigid and structured layout so as to make full use of the spaces. However very efficient as the placement of the fixtures and fittings are much tailored to accoring to the type of activity the residents does.


DRAWINGS- PROPOSED PLANS

The 2nd floor sole role is to function as a place for living. Therefore compared to level 1, it is rather more spacious, less rigid. As it hopes to give the idea of “ freedom” and “authority” when up there. As based on the timeline of the activities that the residents gave the architects. They Only return to their bedroom twice in a day which are moring and night. Therefore, By placing the bedroom on the 2nd floor is not wrong. And after a long day at work, its cool to chill at your own “garden” with a “river” that is used for rainwater harvesting Places of Level 2 1. Bedroom 2. Garden 3. River 4. Pavement

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Passive Design features A green roof- a roof that is partially or completely covered with plants- is another alternative of regulating the temperature of a house. Compared ton a traditional roof, it is much better insulation system. The benefits include the management of rainwater and reduced energy costs. In addition, green roofs or covers also reduce the "heat island" effects found in large cites. This reduction in temperature means there is less need for air-conditioning. Rainwater harvesting- Excess rainwater that are collected from the roof are passed on through the slanted gutter which then stores the water into a 2x 100m2 of water tank. When the water is full, it will then discharge water into the “river�. It is placed on an angles so that water will flow through it. To prevent stagnant water The water will flow down onto a window that is facing the sun which help to cool the window. Natural ventilation- The shelter is orientated in such a way that it receives the most wind direction in the North, South direction. Just like the climate of Singapore and more specifically Pulau Ubin.

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Louvre's are installed in the bedroom, so as to allow natural ventilation. And windows are placed higher so as to make sure that Sunlight doesn't shine too much into the room. reducing need of opening the air-conditioner.


Active Design features A green roof- a roof that is partially or completely covered with plants- is another alternative of regulating the temperature of a house. Compared ton a traditional roof, it is much better insulation system. The benefits include the management of rainwater and reduced energy costs. In addition, green roofs or covers also reduce the "heat island" effects found in large cites. This reduction in temperature means there is less need for air-conditioning. Rainwater harvesting- Excess rainwater that are collected from the roof are passed on through the slanted gutter which then stores the water into a 2x 100m2 of water tank. When the water is full, it will then discharge water into the “river�. It is placed on an angles so that water will flow through it. To prevent stagnant water The water will flow down onto a window that is facing the sun which help to cool the window. Natural ventilation- The shelter is orientated in such a way that it receives the most wind direction in the North, South direction. Just like the climate of Singapore and more specifically Pulau Ubin.

Louvre's are installed in the bedroom, so as to allow natural ventilation. And windows are placed higher so as to make sure that Sunlight doesn't shine too much into the room. reducing need of opening the air-conditioner.

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YEAR: 2015 / LOCATION: Singapore / BUILDING : Pavilion/ TYPE : Academic

STRUCTURE AND WORKFLOW USED: AUTOCAD. REVIT.

THE FOCUS HOUSE A divided shophouse D I S C R I P T I O N The focus house is an experimental house built along the streets of Rowell Road in Singapore, using passive energy principles for an open-plan contemporary mode of living so as to adapt to hot and humid climate in the location. The villager’s dwelling is designed around specific views and creates blind spots that allows villagers to “hide”around the architecture. By having a centralized lookout tower that serves as a “prison” and a “shelter” this house also gives a sense of freedom and yet restriction at the same time.

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Tropical climate. ( 28-33 degrees) Used to store fruits that require high temperature to store.

Sub-Tropical Climate. (25 to 28 degrees) Used to store fruits that requires medium not so cold not so hot temperature to store.

Cool temperate climate. ( 24 to 25 degrees) Used to store fruits that requires low temperature to store. For example, strawberry, capricorn and etc.


Plans, Section and Elevations

2 alleys instead of the Palm tree placed right usual 1 at the front area in front of the Control of the shop house so as Tower/ "Prison" to proto provide an alternative vide a greenery for the access of going into and villagers and customers. fro the shop house ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PAGE : Extended 5-foot walkway functions as a social space and help in reducing the number of accidents( blindspot)

Slightly curved / Protruding display table helps draw in attention from the customers into the shop

Placement of the Fruits & Vegetables are done in a way that it is tailored to the human field of vision.

Round wooden pillars help to guide the vision of the villager in the "prison"

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YEAR: 2015 / LOCATION: Singapore / BUILDING : Pavilion/ TYPE : Academic

STRUCTURE AND WORKFLOW USED: AUTOCAD. REVIT. RHINO. LUMION

Gadang House

traditional tribal house of Minangkabau Indonesia D I S C R I P T I O N Once upon a time the Minangkabau people were often mocked for their small buffalos. So one day a tournament is held between the local buffalo and a buffalo from another area. The other buffalo was huge! So the Minangkabau people did a trick. They got a newborn buffalo, a calf which is still in breastfeeding. They set it away from the mother for a few days that it made the calf very hungry. They put a pointy horn on the calf ’s head. So on the day of the tournament, the calf thought that the big buffalo was its mother and ran to it with hopes to be fed. But instead, the calf killed the big buffalo so that the Minangkabau wins.

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To develop an architecture feature of a curved and pointy roof of the Sumatran Minangkabau architecture styled of roof.

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Central bar/ cooking station for single diners to dine in

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Bedroom for the owners to sleep in

Living room in the 2nd floor for the client and his family to gather and function as a communal space

Swimming pool alightly elevated from the road so as to prevent dusk and allow greater privacy

Overhang roof at East- West direction to prevent sunlight

Openings at NorthSouth direction to allow natural wind to help ventilate the buildings better.

Side dining areas for diners with fammilies / more people

5 foot walkway at 1st floor of the building circumference

The use of tropical plants to gove the sense of identity and culture to the place

Provision of Parking spaces for handicaps and able bodied drivers

Stairs leading staight up to the 2nd floor


Plans,Section and Elevation

Elevation West

Site Plan

Elevation North

Elevation South

Plan level 1

Plan level 2

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YEAR: 2015 / LOCATION: Singapore / BUILDING : Pavilion/ TYPE : Academic

STRUCTURE AND WORKFLOW USED: AUTOCAD. REVIT. IESVE C

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D I S C R I P T I O N This research project is to design a “zero net energy” building approach with the following specific design goals : Minimize resource consumption for heating, cooling, ventilation, lighting, and water supply/waste,while providing thermal comfort and control capabilities to occupants, Utilize on‐site renewable energy resources to produce more energy than the building uses, and to integrate a new building into an existing campus context through the use of natural materials and connections to site landscape features. REPORT

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Staircase that function as a seating gallery for people and also at the same time allow natural light to light the middle section of the building.

Staircase that function as a seating gallery for people and also at the same time allow natural light to light the middle section of the building.

Light shelves- placed on the side of every classrooms to offer flexibility in sunlight enetering the room

4 parking lot- in accordance of LTA’s guideline which states every 150m2 of commercial space require a parking lot.

Green wall- at the east west direction of the building to prevent heat from entering while also provide a buffer.

Staircase also allows air and support the idea of natural / stacked ventilation to occur allowing air to gently cool the building

Provision of a recycling Toplighting- the middle Side lighting - the Seperation of zones- to bin- Placed on the section/ corridors are building also make use allow interactions and south of the budiling pened up to allow top of the outer areas where travel from the calsssaway from the main lighting . room block to the main sunlight is present to building to prevent harness it. hall smell pollution ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PAGE : Louvres and light shelves- placed on corridors (2400) so as to prevent rain from entering.

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Lighting strategies

Side Lighting The main facades of the building storefront curtain wall facades, which allows daylight to enter the classes from the side.

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Daylight Factor The building is able to absorb adequate amounts of sunlight such that there is no need for artificial lighting in the day,

Toplighting The roof is raised and split into two sections such that daylight can enter from the sides of the top roof section.

Light Shelves Side lighting is reflected by these light shelves which disperse the light and evenly spread out the illuminance of the classrooms.

Shading Devices The roof overhangs from the building, and louvres are fitted such that there will be reduced heat gain and glare.

Daylight Zoning Having more daylight in the centre of the building as shown allows the building to be brighter as a whole, whereas having less light in the classrooms

Electric Lighting Fluorescent lamps are available so that the building will still be illuminated and functional when sunlight is blocked.


Heating strategies Indirect Gain Building is designed to be directly heated by solar thermal energy, and the living space acts as a absorber

Active Solar Thermal Energy Systems The building will be able to absorb sunlight to heat up its classrooms ,while also being able to heat up water for usage.

Direct gain It is the most common, simple and effective approach. The basic principle is that sunlight is admitted into the living spaces.

Ground Source Heat Pumps The ground source heat pumps are able to transfer heat to and from the ground to either heat or cool the building.

Isolated Gain The component at the right of the diagram shown absorbs radiation from the sun and transfers the heat through the building.

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Cooling strategies

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Cross Ventilation Outdoor air is able to flow through the building continuously and carry the heat away with it, reducing the amount of heat in the building.

Stack Ventilation The building allows for stack ventilation where convection currents take place.

Evaporative Cool Towers These towers cool the hot dry outdoor air and bring it into the building and distribute it about the building.

Night Ventilation of Thermal Mass The building mass first absorbs heat in the day where temperatures are higher, then discharges them at night where it is cooler.

Earth Cooling Tubes Outdoor air is brought into the ground, cooled then brought back into the building, providing cool air in the building interior.

Absorption Chillers These absorption chillers are integrated with the other green design features of the building.


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YEAR: 2015 / LOCATION: Singapore / BUILDING : Pavilion/ TYPE : Academic

N 1 C A F E R E N O VAT I O N

Mouulding the future and beacon of NYP D I S C R I P T I O N The renovation for the new SDN Landscape Diploma at N1.8. NYP communication department has invited you, the lead designer and project manager of the project team, to present the project objectives, key design ideas and features in a short video for NYP use at promotional events.

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STRUCTURE AND WORKFLOW USED: AUTOCAD. REVIT. RHINO. LUMION


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Compound ceiling, 600 x 600, Grid

Ceiling lamp 150 w, Circular

Basic Ceiling CH= 3300

Basic Ceiling CH= 3300

Fire Sprinklers, 25 mm Diamater

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CH= 3100 Fire Sprinklers, 25 mm Diamater

Fire Sprinklers, 25 mm Diamater

Chandelier

Basic Ceiling CH= 3000

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Uplight, Strip 1200mm

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Basic Ceiling CH= 3000 Fire Sprinklers, 25 mm Diamater CH= 3300

Compound ceiling, 600 x 600, Grid

Ceiling lamp 150 w, Circular

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SEATING GALLERY AREA

Downlight, Spot 90 tilt

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Fire Sprinklers, 25 mm Diamater

Suspended Linear Light Shelves 1200mm CH= 3000 Downlight, Spot 90 tilt

Concrete floor Ceiling linear 0600x 0600 2 Lamps Binding Switches with Luminaries

Basic Ceiling CH= 3000

Uplight, Strip 1200mm

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CH= 3100 Fire Sprinklers, 25 mm Diamater

Suspended Linear Light Shelves 1200mm CH= 3000

Downlight, Spot 90 tilt

Basic Ceiling CH= 3000

Chandelier

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Basic Ceiling CH= 3000 Fire Sprinklers, 25 mm Diamater

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Ceiling lamp 150 w, Circular

Ceiling lamp 150 w, Circular

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Ceiling Fan, 150 w, Incandescent Fire Sprinklers, 25 mm Diamater

Uplight, Strip 1200mm

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Downlight, Spot 90 tilt

Chandelier

Basic Ceiling CH= 3000

Basic Ceiling CH= 3000 Uplight, Strip 1200mm

Compound ceiling, 600 x 600, Grid

Compound ceiling, 600 x 600, Grid

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Basic Ceiling CH= 3000 Fire Sprinklers, 25 mm Diamater

Ceiling Fan, 150 w, Incandescent Basic Ceiling CH= 3300

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10mm, Plywood floor, Baltic Birch finishes

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300 X 300, Ceramic floor, Satin Matte finish

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Design in Context: Travels in Parallel Reality

D I S C R I P T I O N “In order to see the world, we must break with our familiar acceptance of it” Maurice Merleau-Ponty “ We see, but we do not see: we use our eyes, but our gaze is glancing, frivolously considering its objects. We see signs, but not their meanings. We are not blinded, but we have blinders.” Alexandra Horowitz, On Looking: A Walkers Guide to The Art of Observations

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Profile for James Timotius

James Timotius Architectural Portfolio  

This is a compilation of some of the Architectural projects, I did during Year 1 and Year 2 in Nanyang Polytechnic .

James Timotius Architectural Portfolio  

This is a compilation of some of the Architectural projects, I did during Year 1 and Year 2 in Nanyang Polytechnic .

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