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running east-west. The bioswales are situated at four different laneways in between residential infrastructure and act as public guiders to the water’s edge, as well as filtering stormwater runoff. As a result, these bio-swales establish private “islands� separated by publicised urban yards. Through this strategy, the four bio- swales each respectively adopt their own identity. Each of the individual proposals are situated at important locations and intersections. In certain areas, bridges and boardwalks have been implemented to embed urban permeability and accessibility to both residents and the public. In essence, Weaving Waters is conceived as an interwoven community that allows both the public and the local residents of Kunshan to navigate and utilise their location in full. By a means of designing bioswales that each individually adopt a rich sense of identity, the public is drawn to the once underutilised canals. Consequently, a new civic realm is established, one that mirrors the personality and success of the high street running parallel.

FOLIO 2018 MICHELLE MA

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WELCOME TO MY FOLIO:

PAG E 4- PAG E 11/ /

K 3 STU DI O PAG E 12- 19/ /

ST K I L DA TR I A N GL E

PAG E 20- 23/ /

STR U CTU R A L E X PLOR ATI ON

PAG E 24- 29/ /

N GV PAVI L I ON

PAG E 30/ /

PL A N N I N G DR A WI N GS

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1 K 3 STU DIO Yr 4 Sem 1//

K3 Studio is an ongoing studio that is run by Markus Jung. It is a real time studio examining new urban typologies and forms for the developing city of Kunshan in China. K3 focused on the old town’s main waterway, a constructed canal, which is transected centrally by a natural waterway. This studio was accompanied with a site visit to China. My Project: “Weaving waters” Weaving Waters is an interwoven community that allows both the public and the local residents of Kunshan to navigate and utilise their location fully. By a means of designing bio-swales that each individually adopt a rich sense of identity, the canal is activated. Consequently, a new civic realm is established, one that mirrors the personality and success of the high street running parallel. Due Credit: In partnership with Bianca Detensano I was heavily involved brainstorming, architectural drawings and graphics

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Weaving Waters aspires to create a new civic realm along the canal prominent in Kunshan. Currently, there is a high degree of success along the high street running parallel to the canal which attracts an abundance of pedestrian traffic. In contrast however, the canal edge is neglected and extremely inaccessible. Due to the sites distinct location (being situated at the intersection of the canal, where the manmade waterway meets the natural water-way) the project becomes the gravity of the K3 project. Running both north and south, east and west are the additional K3 schemes. As a result this new civic realm compliments the precincts high street, and the canal becomes the new civic backbone of the K3 project. Explored in this design, two divergent public spaces (being the existing high street and the canal) are further interwoven via bio-swales running east-west. The bioswales are situated at four different laneways in between residential infrastructure and act as public guiders to the water’s edge. As a result, these bio- swales establish private “islands� separated by publicised urban yards. Through this strategy, the four bio- swales each respectively adopt their own identity in the exploration of local activity in regard to their locations. This multifunctional intervention furthermore includes a wetland park, a dynamic floating market, a pocket park featuring bamboo trees and a tea pavilion for contemplation.

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WATER CAPTURE + TREATMENT

STORM WATER RUN OFF WATER FLOW PATH/DIRECTION FLORA WATER TREATMENT WITHIN STREETS

CONSTRUCTED WETLAND PARK

FLORA WATER WITHIN WETLANDS + CANAL

SITE FOLLOWS A STAGGERED DESIGN TO ALLOW WATER TO FILTER THROUGH GRAVITY

BIO-SWALES

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CHANNELING URBAN OFF TO THE CANAL/ WATER AS A PUBLIC GUIDER

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3 4 CANAL EDGE

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FURTHER FILTRATION/ TREATMENT ZONES ARE ADDED AT ALONG THE BOARD WALK

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CAPTURE/PUMP

STORE + RECHARGE

FILTER

RELEASE

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A PUMP AT THE BEGINNING OF THE WETLAND

OPEN PERMEABLE SURFACES AND RETENTION BASINS ALLOW FOR WATER TO BE STORED.

DIVERSE PLANTING OF FLORA SPECIES FILTERS AND CLEANS THE STORM WATER.

THE FILTERED AND CLEANED WATER IS RELEASE BACK INTO THE CANAL.

FILTERED WATER THAT HAS BEEN PURIFIED IS FURTHER CLEANED ALONG THE CANAL EDGE TO ENSURE THERE IS MINIMAL CONTAMINANTS LEFT IN THE WATER.

1 WATER SQUARES/ RETENTION BASINS WATER SQUARES RETAIN EXCESS WATER BEFORE DRAINING IT INTO THE CANAL

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RE-USE

SWALE ONE: ADULT FITNESS

SWALE TWO: ANIMALS

SWALE THREE: URBAN FARMING

SWALE FOUR: SOCIAL

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The Wetland Park 1. Play This zone contains different structures that facilitate child’s play, in particular relating to smaller children. There is the focus on water orientated play structures, such as water slides and spray pools which utilize the recycled and filtered canal water to create vibrant and interactive spaces for the community.

PLAY

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2. Transition The second layer of the wetland park is the transitional zone. This area breaks up the two activities of play and sport at the top and bottom of the park in a placid manner.

TRANSITION

3. Sport The third and final zone in the wetland park is the sport area. This layer facilitates sporting related activities such as basketball, badminton, table tennis as well as a climbing structure.

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SPORT

Plants for Filtration

A

MISCANTHUS SINENSIS

B

TYPHA

WATER PUMP

HIGH FLOW BYPASS PROTECT MACROPHYTE ZONE FROM HIGH VELOCITIES

ORIENTALIS

C

BYPASS ROUTE

4m MICROSTEGI UM VIMINEUM

D

CANAL

SEDIMENT BASIN

REMOVE COARSE SEDIMENT

3m

PHALARIS ARUNDINACEA

MACROPHYTE ZONE

LE

SWA

SHALLOW PLANTED AREA TO REMOVE FINE PARTICULATES AND UPTAKE SOLUBLE POLLUTANTS

E

2m

INLET POOL 20% OPEN WATER IS NEEDED IN A WETLAND SYSTEM

LE

SWA

INLET POOL/ RETENTION

WATER CLEANLINESS

MOST DIRTY

OUTLET

F 1m

RETENTION OF CLEANER WATER WHICH IS THEN PUMPED BACK UP TO AREAS WHICH WILL REUSE THE WATER

IMPERATA CYLINRICA

CLEANEST

LE

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LOLIUM / RYE GRASS

1.5m MACROPHYTE ZONE

SWA


Tea Pavilion

WEAVING WATERS

Weaving Waters aspires to create a new public realm along the canal prominent in Kunshan. Currently, there is a high degree of activity along the high street running parallel to the canal which attracts an abundance of pedestrian traffic. In contrast however, the canal edge is neglected and inaccessible to the public. Due to the sites distinct location at the intersection of the two main waterways, Weaving Waters acts as a new public focal point in the heart of Kunshan south. Drawing the public into the site and stitching together the urban fabric. As a result this new public space complements the existing precincts along Renmin S Rd, and defines the canals as a new backbone for the old town. Explored in this design are two divergent public spaces (being the existing high street and the canal) which are woven together via a series of bio-swales running east-west. The bioswales are situated at four different laneways in between residential infrastructure and act as public guiders to the water’s edge, as well as filtering stormwater runoff. As a result, these bio-swales establish private “islands” separated by publicised urban yards. Through this strategy, the four bio- swales each respectively adopt their own identity. Each of the individual proposals are situated at important locations and intersections. In certain areas, bridges and boardwalks have been implemented to embed urban permeability and accessibility to both residents and the public.

Bamboo Garden

Bamboo Garden

Experiential Boardwalk

In essence, Weaving Waters is conceived as an interwoven community that allows both the public and the local residents of Kunshan to navigate and utilise their location in full. By a means of designing bioswales that each individually adopt a rich sense of identity, the public is drawn to the once underutilised canals. Consequently, a new civic realm is established, one that mirrors the personality and success of the high street running parallel.

Experiential B

Tea Pavilion

Tea Pavilion

Water Edge Condition Wetland Park Zone A: Play

Experiential Boardwalk

Wetland Park Zone B: Transition

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SHED + MARKET CONDITION SECTION

MARKET

SHED

PULLEY SYSTEM - IN PEDESTRIAN ACCESSIBLE FLAT SURF

WAY FINDING WATER PATHWAYS

WETLAND PARK

WETLAND PARK SECTION

ZONE A: PLAY

ZONE B: TRANSITION

SHED ADAPTIVITY: MECHANICAL PULLEY SYSTEM

SHED + MARKET CONDITION SECTION

MARKET

SHED

PULLEY SYSTEM - IN PEDESTRIAN ACCESSIBLE FLAT SURF

WAY FINDING WATER PATHWAYS

SHED ADAPTIVITY: MECHANICAL PULLEY SYSTEM

PULLEY SYSTEM - NOT IN USE BOAT ACCESSIBLE

WETLAND PARK SECTION

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ZONE A: PLAY

CONDITION A: INFORMAL MARKET SPACE

WETLAND PARK

ZONE B: TRANSITION


USE FACE

USE FACE

PULLEY SYSTEM - NOT IN USE BOAT ACCESSIBLE

SHED ADAPTIVITY: MECHANICAL PULLEY SYSTEM

SCALE 1:10 000

ZONE C: SPORT

PULLEY SYSTEM - NOT IN USE BOAT ACCESSIBLE

PULLEY SYSTEM - NOT IN USE BOAT ACCESSIBLE

Existing Shed Structure PULLEY SYSTEM - NOT IN USE BOAT ACCESSIBLE

PULLEY SYSTEM - IN USE PEDESTRIAN ACCESSIBLE FLAT SURFACE

ZONE C: SPORT

CONDITION A: INFORMAL MARKET SPACE

PULLEY SYSTEM - IN USE PEDESTRIAN ACCESSIBLE FLAT SURFACE

CONDITION B: PUBLIC EVENT - CHINESE NEW YEAR

SCALE 1:10 000

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2 ST K I L DA T R I AN GLE Yr 3 Sem 1//

This studio focused on creating an art gallery space that included public plaza/park concepts within a triangular site within the busy St Kilda area. Our main concern for the site were not interrupting any views from the St kilda boulevard. My Project: A focus on organic angluating form with purpose. Courtyard spaces were incorporated to create multi use spaces as well as inviting pedestriations into the building. The angluating form allows for the roof space to be accessible from the ground level as well as providing peak views from the main street.

Due Credit: Individual Project

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This project began as quick model sketches. We were asked to consider the following when designing: 1. The site as the expanded field 2. Building as Landscape 3. Modernist abstract “slab” object in landscape/tabular rasa (white cube/object as container) + (object as diagram of functions” 4. Figure-ground/ Village 5. Anti object - Kengo Kuma works as primary example

PRECIDENT: ENRIC MIRALLES SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT

The design began finding form by mimicking the shape of the site to create a building that looked like it had always belonged there. The morphology I followed in this design was “Modernist abstract “slab object in landscape/ tabular rasa. Inspired by Enric Miralles’ Scottish parliament building entrance it connects to the surrounding landscape that people could also walk on. With this design is was also “object as diagram of function” as the gallery spaces would curve around the site and the shape of the building also guided the way people would walk inside the building.

In this iteration, I manipulated the sides of the building to make them curve in where I wanted there to be plaza spaces. I decided that the 2 predominant plaza spaces I wanted were one connecting to the St kilda boulevard and another facing the beach

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Addition of pathways added between the areas where the span between the building was becoming too large, for easier access to the beach as well as access to different rooms within the building itself. One plaza space faces the ocean, and another facing the St Kilda Boulevard both creating dominant entrances on both sides. Ramps were also added so people who were enjoying the plaza space could go up to the roof area.

Manipulation of form to finalise design

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3 ST R U CT U R A L E X PLO R AT ION Yr 2 Sem 2//

Through different structural explorations, the aim was to focus on how structure can influence form as well as grasp an understanding on load paths and finer details on the Construction of architecture from an Engineering perspective. We were given simple instructions such as number of rooms and square foot area of spaces to follow.

Due Credit: In Collaboration with Dana Ngyuen and Jasmine Marks Prodominantly worked of Model Making and architectural drawings

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STAGE 1 For the first stage of our design we used a repeated rectangular form for each level. The middle level is offset in one direction resulting in the upper two levels to cantilever. This creates outdoor shaded areas and balconies. Our structural system involves a grid of concrete columns to withstand the gravity load, cross trusses to resist wind and other lateral forces and reinforced concrete slabs. The key idea behind our design was to accommodate the amount of rooms on each level in a logical and coherent way.

STAGE 2

For stage two of our design, we introduced curves into our design while still following the grid system from the previous stage. Our major driving factor for this design was keeping the load paths balanced. Each wing of the column reaches out to carry a load from the columns on the upper level. The loads are then carried into the center of all the wings which creates a strong column. This is repeated four times at each of the corners. The curved area of the wings would be supported with steel.

STAGE 3 (FINAL)

In the final project focused on having a more cohesive relation between the first stage and third stage, we therefore decided to carry across the ground floor columns to the whole design. We thus wanted a curvilinear shape for the roof. The arched shaped petals branch out to the corners where the columns are, allowing the load to be carried down to the ground. In terms of construction the roof will be made of pre case concrete allowing for waste of construction on the site. The which act as a gutter for the water to flow down. The space under the roof is intended to have the program of a restaurant.

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4 N GV PAV ILION Yr 2 Sem 1//

Patterns can be powerful tools to create visual effects, but beyond this,pattern theories are important in a range of disciplines, from mathematics, to software design, to the study of perception. the aim of this studio was to forge meaningful relationships between digital processes and physical conditions - to embrace the possibilitys opened up my digital techniques without forgoing a phenomenolofical approach to design. My design: Takes full advantage of the freedom of the task set forth by the national gallery of Victoria, instead of conforming to any specific brief, the pavilion has a focus on innovative use of material, creating a dynamic spatial experience and blending into the sites functions while standing out from the surrounding architecture

Due Credit: In Collaboration with Curran Smith Prodominantly worked of Model Making, Graphics and architectural drawings

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CAVERNS

EXPLORES THE ENCLOSURE OF SPACE THROUGH THE STACKING OF REPEATED ELEMENTS.

THE

PROJECT

AIMS TO CREATE A SERIES OF SPACES THAT VARY FROM THE PRIVATE TO THE WELCOMING.

VISITORS

TO THE MUSEUM WILL FEEL

COMPELLED TO EXPLORE THE OBJECT FROM INSIDE AND OUT TO EXPERIENCE A CONSTANTLY SHIFTING VISUAL AESTHETIC.

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ITERATION:

ITERATION: THE KLEIN

MODEL

- THIS

ITERATION

- THIS

ITERATION FOCUSED

WITHIN THE

3

ITERATION FOCUSED ON

BRINGING MORE LIGHT INTO THE

ON CREATING ORGANIC SPACES

PAVILION

DOMES

ITERATION: - THIS

ITERATION FOCUSED ON ROTATING THE FORM IN HOPES OF

CREATING THE INTEREST OF THE PLAN THROUGH A GROUND EXPERIENCE

ITERATION: - FOLLOWING

THE LAST ITERATION, THE FORM WAS ROTATES

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DEGREES TO SUCCESSFULLY SHOW THE INTEREST OF THE PLAN

-RIBBON

FORM

STRUCTURAL

INTERNAL STEEL RIBBING

IMPLEMENTATIONS

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5 PL A N N I N G D R A WIN GS Yr 4 Sem 1//

“Integrated project- technologies, environments and professional practices “ This subject was to get us to work within what is expected in a practice and to gain knowledge on professional style drawings with annotation and details. The set task was to design a storage warehouse and look through NCC and Australian standards to design an appropriate building and document these processes.

Due Credit: In Collaboration with Yoana Doleva and Varvara Fintisova Included are the drawings that I prodominantly worked on

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CS01

corrugated steel

CP01

corrugated polycarbonate

S015 150ub014 rafters of steel structure

57140

ST-1 200uc046 steel column

48727

TS-01 timber flooring TS-02

timber flooring

TS-03

timber flooring

TS-04

timber flooring stairs

CN-01 concrete floor CAP

carpet flooring

CL-1

ceiling placterboard tiles

CL-2

ceiling moisture resistent placterboard

40220

NOTE: 1. REFER SERVICES ENGINEERS MECHANICAL + ELECETRICAL LAYOUT FOR LOCATIONS OF LIGHT FITTINGS + AVV REGISTERS 2. REFER TO COVER SHEET FOR CEILING LEGEND

CS01

CS01

CS01

CS01

CS01

CS01

CS01

CS01

Gantry cranes - Refer to manufactures drawings - Refer to engineer’s drawings

7140

7040

1

32

2

7140 50000

7140

3

4


GENERAL NOTES CONTRACTOR AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL VERIY ALL DIMENSIONS OF THE DRAWING AND SITE CONDITIONS PRIOR TO ANY WORK COMMENCING. ALL SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ARCHITECT. THE MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT COMMENSE ANY WORKS PRIOR TO THE RETURN OF APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS SIGNED BY THE RELEVENT CONSULTANT.

Elevator

FIGURED DIMENSIONS TAKE PRECEDENT OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS.

A

3D DRAWINGS ARE FOR VISUAL REFERENCE ONLY, 2D DRAWINGS TAKE PRECEDENT OVER 3D VISUAL IMAGES. THIS DRAWING SHOULD BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL RELEVANT CONTRACTS, SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS. COPYRIGHT OF THIS DRAWING IS VESTED IN EAST URBAN ARCHITECTS ALL LEVELS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS ARE TO THE AUSTRALIAN HEIGHT DATUM.

9500

COLUMNS CENTERED ON GRID UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE.

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01. REFER TO SERVICE ENGINEER’S DRAIWNGS FOR LOCATION OF S.DF BOXES, G.P.O’S AND SKIRTING DUCTS. 02. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER’S DRAWINGS FOR SLAB SIZES AND DETAILS. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SUB-SOIL AND SHORING DETAILS.

CS01

03. REFER TO HYDRAULIC ENGINEER’S SERVICE PLAN FOR LOCATION OF SUB-FLOOR SERVICES.

B

RL +4.8

04. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER’S DRAWINGS FOR COLUMN SIZES & DETAILS. 05. REFER TO DOOR SCHEDULES FOR DOORS.

CL-1

06. REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALL MATERIALS. SPECIFICATION TAKES PRECEDENT OVER DRAWINGS.

9500

No.

REVISION ISSUE

DATE

DRAWING TITLE

36845

E001 C

Ceiling height drop - Refer also to G002

1

CS01

Reflected ceiling plan - Ground Floor DRAWN BY

YD

DATE

CHECK BY

VF

DATE 05/18

05/18

9500

CL-1

RL +4.8

D

RL +4.8

PROJECT NAME AND ADDRESS

RL +3.7 CL-2

CL-1

Proposed Luxury Timber Warehouse

RL +3.7

CL-1

CL-2

2 Naxos Way, Keysborough VIC 3173

9500

CL-2

CL-1 CL-2 RL +3.7

CLIENT

CL-2

Haris Bajric

E

7140

5

7040

7140

6

7

8

SCALE

1:100 @ A1

SHEET No

7 / 28

DRAWING No.

E001

33


1

2

1310

6500

Parapet wall beyond Gutter Parapet wall

CS01

CS01

+9.700

CEILING LEVEL

Treads - Non-skid strip at end of nosing

1 LEVEL

+4.800

CEILING LEVEL

4500

GS-1 ST-1 TC-3

1000

+5.200

Concrete stairs - Refer to Engineer’s drawings

PA01

400

14275

LED strip lighting - Refer to electical plan

4500

TC-01

1000

D001

3200

PA01

GROUND LEVEL

+0.000

34

1

SECTION AA

300

TC-01 +0.300


GENERAL NOTES CONTRACTOR AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL VERIY ALL DIMENSIONS OF THE DRAWING AND SITE CONDITIONS PRIOR TO ANY WORK COMMENCING.

RISER (R) 160mm GOING (G) 200mm

STAIR DETAIL The going and riser of a flight of stairs in a stairway shall be constant. No. of risers before a landing in a single flight of stairs shall not exceed 18 risers. Handrails shall be at a minimum height of 895mm above landings. Handrails shall be provided along each side of a stairway if the width of the stairway exceeds 2000mm. The width of the stair (measured clear of handrails and obstructions) shall be constant. Balustrades to be constructed in a way that any openings does not permit a 125mm sphere to pass through it and for bottom rails the space is tested above the nosing.

INTERIOR FINISHES: CS01

corrugated steel

S015

150ub014 rafters of steel structure

ST-1

200uc046 steel column

TC-02

Japanese lark timber (flat grain)

GS-1

glazing structural

TC-3

timber interior cladding

LB01

lattice beam

PA01

plaster board walls paint

ALL SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ARCHITECT. THE MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT COMMENSE ANY WORKS PRIOR TO THE RETURN OF APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS SIGNED BY THE RELEVENT CONSULTANT. FIGURED DIMENSIONS TAKE PRECEDENT OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. 3D DRAWINGS ARE FOR VISUAL REFERENCE ONLY, 2D DRAWINGS TAKE PRECEDENT OVER 3D VISUAL IMAGES. THIS DRAWING SHOULD BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL RELEVANT CONTRACTS, SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS. COPYRIGHT OF THIS DRAWING IS VESTED IN EAST URBAN ARCHITECTS ALL LEVELS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS ARE TO THE AUSTRALIAN HEIGHT DATUM. COLUMNS CENTERED ON GRID UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE.

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3

01. REFER TO SERVICE ENGINEER’S DRAIWNGS FOR LOCATION OF S.DF BOXES, G.P.O’S AND SKIRTING DUCTS. 02. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER’S DRAWINGS FOR SLAB SIZES AND DETAILS. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SUB-SOIL AND SHORING DETAILS. 03. REFER TO HYDRAULIC ENGINEER’S SERVICE PLAN FOR LOCATION OF SUB-FLOOR SERVICES.

6000

6000

04. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER’S DRAWINGS FOR COLUMN SIZES & DETAILS. 05. REFER TO DOOR SCHEDULES FOR DOORS. 06. REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALL MATERIALS. SPECIFICATION TAKES PRECEDENT OVER DRAWINGS.

S015

No.

REVISION ISSUE

DATE

DRAWING TITLE

G001

LB01

Section AA

GS-1

GS-1

GS-1

GS-1

GS-1

DRAWN BY

YD

DATE

05/18

CHECK BY

VF

DATE 05/18

PROJECT NAME AND ADDRESS

Proposed Luxury Timber Warehouse GS-1

GS-1

2 Naxos Way, Keysborough VIC 3173 CLIENT

Haris Bajric W010

SCALE

1:50 @ A1

SHEET No

12 / 28

DRAWING No.

G001

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5

6000

6

6000

Mono-pitched roof

Parapet wall beyond

Treads - Non-skid strip at end of nosing STU

C

LB01

GS-1

GS-1

False floor

D005

D0

D005

D0

PA01

W010

PA01

GS-1

GS-1

W010

1

36

SECTION AA

PA01


GENERAL NOTES CONTRACTOR AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL VERIY ALL DIMENSIONS OF THE DRAWING AND SITE CONDITIONS PRIOR TO ANY WORK COMMENCING.

RISER (R) 160mm GOING (G) 200mm

STAIR DETAIL The going and riser of a flight of stairs in a stairway shall be constant. No. of risers before a landing in a single flight of stairs shall not exceed 18 risers. Handrails shall be at a minimum height of 895mm above landings. Handrails shall be provided along each side of a stairway if the width of the stairway exceeds 2000mm. The width of the stair (measured clear of handrails and obstructions) shall be constant. Balustrades to be constructed in a way that any openings does not permit a 125mm sphere to pass through it and for bottom rails the space is tested above the nosing.

ALL SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ARCHITECT. THE MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT COMMENSE ANY WORKS PRIOR TO THE RETURN OF APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS SIGNED BY THE RELEVENT CONSULTANT.

INTERIOR FINISHES:

FIGURED DIMENSIONS TAKE PRECEDENT OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS.

CS01

corrugated steel

S015

150ub014 rafters of steel structure

ST-1

200uc046 steel column

TC-02

3D DRAWINGS ARE FOR VISUAL REFERENCE ONLY, 2D DRAWINGS TAKE PRECEDENT OVER 3D VISUAL IMAGES.

Japanese lark timber (flat grain)

GS-1

glazing structural

TC-3

timber interior cladding

LB01

lattice beam

PA01

plaster board walls paint

THIS DRAWING SHOULD BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL RELEVANT CONTRACTS, SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS. COPYRIGHT OF THIS DRAWING IS VESTED IN EAST URBAN ARCHITECTS ALL LEVELS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS ARE TO THE AUSTRALIAN HEIGHT DATUM. COLUMNS CENTERED ON GRID UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE. 01. REFER TO SERVICE ENGINEER’S DRAIWNGS FOR LOCATION OF S.DF BOXES, G.P.O’S AND SKIRTING DUCTS.

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02. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER’S DRAWINGS FOR SLAB SIZES AND DETAILS. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SUB-SOIL AND SHORING DETAILS. 03. REFER TO HYDRAULIC ENGINEER’S SERVICE PLAN FOR LOCATION OF SUB-FLOOR SERVICES.

6500

1310

04. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER’S DRAWINGS FOR COLUMN SIZES & DETAILS. 05. REFER TO DOOR SCHEDULES FOR DOORS. 06. REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALL MATERIALS. SPECIFICATION TAKES PRECEDENT OVER DRAWINGS.

Gutter Parapet wall

No. S015

G002 Section AA CEILING LEVEL

+9.700

D01

ST-1

Dropped ceiling

DRAWN BY

YD

DATE

CHECK BY

VF

DATE 05/18

05/18

14275

D004

4500

I001

PA01

400

TC-02 1 LEVEL

+5.200

CEILING LEVEL

+4.800

1000

PROJECT NAME AND ADDRESS

Proposed Luxury Timber Warehouse

PA01

2 Naxos Way, Keysborough VIC 3173

4500

3200

D004

CLIENT

Haris Bajric D10 I004

300

004

DATE

DRAWING TITLE

CS01

004

REVISION ISSUE

GROUND LEVEL

+0.300 +0.000

SCALE

1:50 @ A1

SHEET No

13 / 28

DRAWING No.

G002

37


2

1 Parapet wall beyond Mobile steel structure - Refer to engineer’s drawings

7140

7040

7235

655

5245

CS01

Parapet wall

LB01

+9.700

STU

CS01

CEILING LEVEL D02

D07

I001

I003

4500

ST-1

PA01

PA01

TC-1 14275

D09

1 LEVEL

+4.800

CEILING LEVEL

400

+5.200

I003

S015 D03

Timber feature wall - Refer to carpenter’s drawings for installation

I001

PA01

Feature bench - Refer to carpenter’s drawings for installation False flooring - Manufacturer to install

GS-1

GS-1

D06

4500

I002

Ramp TC-1

TC-1

Concrete slab - Refer to engineer’s drawings Timber bench +0.300

GROUND LEVEL

+0.000

1

38

SECTION BB

W001


GENERAL NOTES

INTERIOR FINISHES:

CONTRACTOR AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL VERIY ALL DIMENSIONS OF THE DRAWING AND SITE CONDITIONS PRIOR TO ANY WORK COMMENCING.

CS01

corrugated steel

S015

150ub014 rafters of steel structure

ST-1

200uc046 steel column

TC-02

Japanese lark timber (flat grain)

TC-01 Japanese lark timber (end grain)

3

4

GS-1

glazing structural

TC-3

timber interior cladding

LB01

lattice beam

PA01

plaster board walls paint

STU

roofing of steel structure

ALL SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ARCHITECT. THE MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT COMMENSE ANY WORKS PRIOR TO THE RETURN OF APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS SIGNED BY THE RELEVENT CONSULTANT. FIGURED DIMENSIONS TAKE PRECEDENT OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. 3D DRAWINGS ARE FOR VISUAL REFERENCE ONLY, 2D DRAWINGS TAKE PRECEDENT OVER 3D VISUAL IMAGES. THIS DRAWING SHOULD BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL RELEVANT CONTRACTS, SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS. COPYRIGHT OF THIS DRAWING IS VESTED IN EAST URBAN ARCHITECTS ALL LEVELS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS ARE TO THE AUSTRALIAN HEIGHT DATUM. COLUMNS CENTERED ON GRID UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE.

7140

7140

01. REFER TO SERVICE ENGINEER’S DRAIWNGS FOR LOCATION OF S.DF BOXES, G.P.O’S AND SKIRTING DUCTS. 02. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER’S DRAWINGS FOR SLAB SIZES AND DETAILS. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SUB-SOIL AND SHORING DETAILS. 03. REFER TO HYDRAULIC ENGINEER’S SERVICE PLAN FOR LOCATION OF SUB-FLOOR SERVICES. 04. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER’S DRAWINGS FOR COLUMN SIZES & DETAILS. 05. REFER TO DOOR SCHEDULES FOR DOORS. 06. REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALL MATERIALS. SPECIFICATION TAKES PRECEDENT OVER DRAWINGS.

No.

REVISION ISSUE

DATE

DRAWING TITLE

G003 Section BB DRAWN BY

YD

DATE

05/18

CHECK BY

VF

DATE 05/18

Showroom beyond

GS-1

PROJECT NAME AND ADDRESS

Proposed Luxury Timber Warehouse 2 Naxos Way, Keysborough VIC 3173 CLIENT

Haris Bajric

SCALE

1:50 @ A1

SHEET No

14 / 28

DRAWING No.

G003

39


2

1

7140

36580

1

40

SECTION BB

3

7140


GENERAL NOTES

INTERIOR FINISHES:

4

CONTRACTOR AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL VERIY ALL DIMENSIONS OF THE DRAWING AND SITE CONDITIONS PRIOR TO ANY WORK COMMENCING.

CS01

corrugated steel

S015

150ub014 rafters of steel structure

ST-1

200uc046 steel column

TC-02

Japanese lark timber (flat grain)

TC-01

Japanese lark timber (end grain)

GS-1

glazing structural

TC-3

timber interior cladding

LB01

lattice beam

PA01

plaster board walls paint

STU

roofing of steel structure

STU1

wall purlins of steel structure

ALL SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ARCHITECT. THE MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT COMMENSE ANY WORKS PRIOR TO THE RETURN OF APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS SIGNED BY THE RELEVENT CONSULTANT. FIGURED DIMENSIONS TAKE PRECEDENT OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. 3D DRAWINGS ARE FOR VISUAL REFERENCE ONLY, 2D DRAWINGS TAKE PRECEDENT OVER 3D VISUAL IMAGES. THIS DRAWING SHOULD BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL RELEVANT CONTRACTS, SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS. COPYRIGHT OF THIS DRAWING IS VESTED IN EAST URBAN ARCHITECTS ALL LEVELS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS ARE TO THE AUSTRALIAN HEIGHT DATUM.

Gantry crane system - Refer to manufacturers drawings for installation

COLUMNS CENTERED ON GRID UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE.

7140

01. REFER TO SERVICE ENGINEER’S DRAIWNGS FOR LOCATION OF S.DF BOXES, G.P.O’S AND SKIRTING DUCTS. 02. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER’S DRAWINGS FOR SLAB SIZES AND DETAILS. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SUB-SOIL AND SHORING DETAILS.

Timber structure wall CS01

03. REFER TO HYDRAULIC ENGINEER’S SERVICE PLAN FOR LOCATION OF SUB-FLOOR SERVICES. 04. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER’S DRAWINGS FOR COLUMN SIZES & DETAILS.

Timber and steel structure seal - Refer to detail D06, I003

05. REFER TO DOOR SCHEDULES FOR DOORS. 06. REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALL MATERIALS. SPECIFICATION TAKES PRECEDENT OVER DRAWINGS.

No.

CS01

CEILING LEVEL

+9.700

14275

4500

1 LEVEL

+5.200

CEILING LEVEL

+4.800

4500

400

DRAWING TITLE

Section BB DRAWN BY

YD

DATE

05/18

CHECK BY

VF

DATE 05/18

PROJECT NAME AND ADDRESS

Proposed Luxury Timber Warehouse

D12 I004

DATE

G004

S015

STU1

REVISION ISSUE

Vehicle access

GROUND LEVEL

+0.300

2 Naxos Way, Keysborough VIC 3173

+0.000

CLIENT

Haris Bajric

SCALE

1:50 @ A1

SHEET No

15 / 28

DRAWING No.

G004

41


110

1885

110

FW

600

GRB

16

15

14

600

WC

TRH FW

WC

UR

600

TL01

TL03

1

1:50

1000 7310

3890

18

TL02

D004 110

WET AREA FLOOR PLAN

2200

1200

TL03

5

150

1:50

620

1

1:50

4500

110

FEMALE WC

TL02

4500

1480

2000 1485

TL03

2

FEMALE WC

2200

18 3000

1890

2200

4500

805

UR

13

150

GRB

2200

485

2200

6

110 FW

PW

6

FEMALE WC 1:50

Mirror

TL03

150

7

D004

MI

18

630

18 8

5

19

TRH

TRH

1500

VB MI

17

WC

FW

480

600

TRH

WC

20

W02

UR

960

WC

GRB SD BM

TL02

800

TL01

TRH

HR

D004

LS

945 490

600

VB

10

150

D004

LS

11

2770

BM

12

MI

1000

W03

WC

VB

SD

TL02

TL01

1410

BM

PTD

18 2120

3

HR

2

LS

HR

800

1

430

VB

4

FW

800

MI

9

HR

200

200

1000 1000 18 960 18 1000 110 480 480 480 480 480 465 430

BM

TL01

VB

D005

TL01

18

2000

BM SD

SD

2000

SD

LS

480

W02

D004

PTD HR

960

800 500

110

D004

PTD LS

980

800

800

W03

4500

1890

5320

7310 500

110

110

1000

3000

1502

1250

200

TL02

FEMALE WC 1:50

TL02

D0 4500 2200

4500

9

TL03

150

150

800

2200

4500

D004

TL03

10

MALE WC 1:50

11

MALE WC 1:50

Laminated toilet partitions TL02

TL

4500 2200

Disability WC to AS 1428.1

14

MALE WC 1:50

MALE WC 1:50

17

42

DIS WC

1:50

18

DIS WC

1:50

150

TL03

150

850

720

TL03

720 500

150

852 800

1410

2200

4500

TL02

4500

TL02

4500

TL03

2200

13

200

TL03

150

620 150

1100 1200

2200

4500

D004

19


GENERAL NOTES

GENERAL ANATATION

TL02

TL02

2200

800

800 250 850

2200

M IR R

OR

4500

4500

D004

3

4

FEMALE WC 1:50

FEMALE WC 1:50

TL02

2200

2200

TC-01

Japanese lark timber (end grain)

TC-02

Japanese lark timber (flat grain)

S015

150ub014 rafters of steel structure

ST-1

200uc046 steel column

STU

roofing of steel structure

LB01

lattice beam

TS-01

timber flooring

TS-02

timber flooring

TS-03

timber flooring

TS-04

timber flooring stairs

CAP

carpet flooring

TL01

floor tiles

TL02

wall tiles type one

TL03

wall tiles type two

FIGURED DIMENSIONS TAKE PRECEDENT OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. 3D DRAWINGS ARE FOR VISUAL REFERENCE ONLY, 2D DRAWINGS TAKE PRECEDENT OVER 3D VISUAL IMAGES. THIS DRAWING SHOULD BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL RELEVANT CONTRACTS, SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS. COPYRIGHT OF THIS DRAWING IS VESTED IN EAST URBAN ARCHITECTS ALL LEVELS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS ARE TO THE AUSTRALIAN HEIGHT DATUM. COLUMNS CENTERED ON GRID UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE. 01. REFER TO SERVICE ENGINEER’S DRAIWNGS FOR LOCATION OF S.DF BOXES, G.P.O’S AND SKIRTING DUCTS. 02. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER’S DRAWINGS FOR SLAB SIZES AND DETAILS. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SUB-SOIL AND SHORING DETAILS.

CL-1

ceiling placterboard tiles

CL-2

ceiling moisture resistent placterboard

PA01

plaster board walls paint

04. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER’S DRAWINGS FOR COLUMN SIZES & DETAILS.

GS-1

glazing structural

05. REFER TO DOOR SCHEDULES FOR DOORS.

TC-3

timber interior cladding

BL01

balustrade

06. REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALL MATERIALS. SPECIFICATION TAKES PRECEDENT OVER DRAWINGS.

7

150

620

150

TL03

8

FEMALE WC

03. REFER TO HYDRAULIC ENGINEER’S SERVICE PLAN FOR LOCATION OF SUB-FLOOR SERVICES.

1:50

No. 1:50

DATE

DRAWING TITLE

J001

TL02

TL02

REVISION ISSUE

FEMALE WC

004

150

TL03

150

IR M

800

2200

RO

R

4500

Internal elevations

12

MALE WC 1:50

05/18

CHECK BY

VF

DATE 05/18

4500

TL02

4500

PROJECT NAME AND ADDRESS 2200 1100 1200 1525

16

MALE WC 1:50

TL03

Proposed Luxury Timber Warehouse

200

200

TL03

150

1100 1200

620 150

DATE

1:50

2200

2200

MM

MALE WC

TL02

15

DRAWN BY

TL03

L02

9

ALL SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ARCHITECT. THE MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT COMMENSE ANY WORKS PRIOR TO THE RETURN OF APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS SIGNED BY THE RELEVENT CONSULTANT.

1200

2200

4500

TL02

4500

corrugated steel corrugated polycarbonate

CN-01 concrete floor

TL03

150

150

TL03

CS01 CP01

CONTRACTOR AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL VERIY ALL DIMENSIONS OF THE DRAWING AND SITE CONDITIONS PRIOR TO ANY WORK COMMENCING.

MALE WC 1:50

2 Naxos Way, Keysborough VIC 3173 CLIENT

TL02

TL02

Haris Bajric

150

TL03

DIS WC

1:50

20

TL03

439

1100

1380

M

IR RO

R

4500

D005

DIS WC

1:50

SCALE

1:50 @ A1

SHEET No

22 / 28

DRAWING No.

J001

43

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