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Matt Greenwood Design Portfolio 3RD YEAR BACHELOR OF ENVIRONMENTS ARCHITECTURE MAJOR UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE


AXONOMETRIC DETAIL 1:10 MATTHEW GREENWOOD

A) 32mm STRUCTURAL PLYWOOD BOX GUTTER SUPPORT B) 4.5mm CEMENT SHEETING WITH EXPRESSED JOINTS

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Subtractive Space

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BOATHOUSE Restaurant & Cafe

Design Studio: Water Learning from Herzog & De Meuron Matthew Greenwood - 641211

BOATHOUSE FOR DESIGN STUDIO 2ND YEAR PROGRAMS: ARCHICAD, INDESIGN, ILLUSTRATOR

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ALICE SPRINGS Hot Dry Climate The climate of Alice Springs has a large diurnal range. This means that the housing design needs to take into consideration passive heating and cooling techniques. The characteristics of the Alice Spring climate are hot dry summers and cold winters. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS - Solar gain is not wanted during summer days - Wind protection is required when below 10ยบC - Protect from sun above 21ยบC - Avoid east and west openings MY DESIGN THE INTERNAL COURTYARD The design is configured so that the four 5x5m cubes create an internal courtyard with the help of a wall on the southern face. This internal patio/ courtyard creates a space free from hot prevailing winds as well as creating a few shadowed areas of comfort. THE POND The internal courtyard plays host to a pond, this allows for evaporative cooling. The evaporation will humidify the air, creating cooler more comfortable breezes. With the addition of wind towers and by utilizing air buoyancy the cool pond air will be drawn through the large open doorways to cool the interior of the house. THE FOLIAGE Trees planted in the internal courtyard will provide shade from the high summer sun. If they are deciduous trees that are planted, the will loose their leaves during the winter months, thus allowing solar gain to passively heat the house. WINDOW PLACEMENT The house has four large doors facing towards the internal courtyard to make the most of the comfortable microclimate that it creates and also allowing daylight to enter. There are also shaded north facing windows that will allow the low winter sun to enter but exclude the high summer sun. CONTEXT The building is designed with that idea that other houses of the same style will be built next to it sharing the outer walls. This helps to reduce the amount of solar gain on the wall surfaces of both buildings, eliminating the need to excessively insulate the outer walls. ROOFING The roof will need to be heavily insulated to avoid it overheating during the warm summer months.

MATTHEW GREENWOOD

PASSIVE HEATING AND COOLING PROJECT 1ST YEAR PROGRAMS: HAND DRAFTING, INDESIGN


D-HOUSE MATTHEW GREENWOOD DC2

1,368

RL +2,900 Roof

1,278

1,190

2,242

1,888

3,085

1,172

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2,750

3,000

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1:100

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INTERNAL COURTYARD 1,172

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2,309

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D-HOUSE MATTHEW GREENWOOD DC2

DRAFTING EXERCISE 1ST YEAR (BUILDING: D-HOUSE BY DONOVAN HILL ARCHITECTS) PROGRAMS: ARCHICAD, INDESIGN, ILLUSTRATOR

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D-HOUSE MATTHEW GREENWOOD DC2


LEARNING BY MAKING ROOF CONSTRUCTION

DESIGN STUDIO

DESIGN COMMUNICATION

BUILDING TECHNOLOGY IN DESIGN

LEARNING BY MAKING UTAS SCHOOL OF DESIGN

HISTORY & THEORY IN DESIGN


VOLUME AND SPACE The next task was to used the line tool and trace the outline of seperate rooms in the buildings. Then using the push/pull tool these spaces were expanded to represent how open or enclosed the space would feel, not literally diagram the actual volume of that space. Shades of red were used to further distinguish larger and smaller spaces.

GOOGLE SKETCH UP

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SPACES The final diagramming task was to convey the public and private spaces withing the building. The technique was almost exactly the same as diagramming volume and space with the exception that all the volumes I kept the same height and shades of blue were used in place of the red. BUILDING THE MODEL IN SKETCHUP Step one involved placing plan of the site from google earth into sketch up to provide a rough to scale plan for our buildings. Using the rectangle tool I created the base form of the shed I chose, then by using the push/pull tool I extended it up to roughly the height of the buidling. The next step invloved importing a picture that I had straightened up in photoshop that was the most accurate in scale. I chose the back wall as it was the clearest most straight on photo that I had taken. This gave a scale for the building and I adjusted the buidling to match. Then I imported the other photos for the 3 other sides. Using the photos as a guide I outlined the roof shape and by using a combination of the

MAJOR CIRCULATION (Main Paths through House) OPEN VOLUMES push/pull tool and line tools I created the roof overhang andLARGER ornamentation on it. After MINOR CIRCULATION (Transitional Paths through House) SMALLER ENCLOSED VOLUMES

MOST PUBLIC SPACE (Decks, Living Rooms, Corridors) MOST PRIVATE SPACE (Bedrooms)

creating one of the decorative bracing elements it was a simple task to turn the elements into a group and copy and paste it to create the others.

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Using the google earth image again I created the lines at the apex of the roof and using a combination of vertical and diagonal lines I created roof WEEK 2 the DIAGRAMING structure. For the front of the building it was more complicated as it had the two windows and the door. Using a combination of the line, rectangle and push/ pull tools I outlined and extrapolated the features of the building. The next stage of the modelling process was to colour my model. I already had the textures from the imported model althought some of these didnt look right and I had to create new textures using photoshop and images I had taken of the the shed. The window frames and eaves where coloured using the paint bucket tool and generic colours.

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DESIGN COMMUNICATION

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VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS

VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS

Reflection VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS

Isometric Final BuildDrawings VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS

DIGITAL FABRICATION 2ND YEAR PROGRAMS: RHINO, INDESIGN, ILLUSTRATOR, GRASSHOPPER


INVERESK MUSEUM OF DECORATIVE ARTS PLAN 1,142

3,715

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DECK GALLERY SPACE

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2,025

4,000

COFFEE DECK

DISABLED TOILETS

4,000

3,000

2,000

3,000

4,000

1,715

3,535

1,715

5,386

STORAGE

6,000

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BOAT STORAGE

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6,000

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COFFEE BAR

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TOILETS

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OFFICE

TO LEVEE BANK DEVELOPMENT

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6,000

OUTSIDE WALLPAPER DISPLAY CASES

PLANTER BOXES PUBLIC SEATING

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DESIGN A3STUDIO

DESIGN COMMUNICATION

BUILDING

HISTORY & THEORY IN DESIGN

FLOOR PLAN TECHNOLOGY IN DESIGN

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INVERESK MUSEUM OF DECORATIVE ARTS MATTHEW GREENWOOD AT1 DS2

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PEBBLES

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RESTAURANT/BAR FOYER

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BAR

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3,664

2,994

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OUTDOOR SEATING AREA

7,550

COOL ROOM

1,443

2,351

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D-HOUSE MATTHEW GREENWOOD DC2

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Design Portfolio Matt Greenwood