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michelle hilda langley. interior architecture + design


interior architecture + design


Contact

Michelle Hilda Langley (+61) 428 119 603 michelle.hilda95@live.com

Tools + Skills AutoCAD Revit Sketchup Rhino Photoshop Illustrator Indesign

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Table Of Content

Making an Entrance Black House - Martin Aunin Modular Student Housing Construction Systems - Modular Shading Design For Dementia

. . . . . Work in Progress - Final year Capstone project (Honours) .

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Brief Design an entrance to an exhibition of choice, which is no larger than 7m in length. The artist’s style needs to be depicted in your space. It is important that the entrance contributes to the experience of the approach as well as the consideration of lighting and materiality. Completed: September 2017

Software Autodesk: Revit, Adobe Photoshop

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Entering 'All the eternal love i have for pumpkins Inside 'All the eternal love i have for pumpkins

The Art: All The Eternal Love I Have For Pumpkins All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins, 2016 Wood, mirror, plastic, acrylic, LED 292.4 x 500 x 415 cm All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins focuses the reflective chamber on a series of acrylic yellow gourds covered in black polka dots, one of Kusama’s frequently used symbols. Visitors will step inside the mirrored space and fully immerse themselves in Kusama’s creation, becoming part of the art. The work reflects her lifelong preoccupation with the infinite and sublime, as well as the twin themes of cosmic infinity and personal obsession, as found in pattern and repetition.

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Image 1: Preliminary hand drawings (Not to scale) Image 2: Floor plan 1:100 @ A4

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Interior hoop pine plywood: 32mm Each panel is cut out of Interior hoop pine plywood, allowing for easy construction and the reduction of cost compared to creating a stud wall structure. Though this material is made in both 25mm and 32mm, the 32mm was chosen due to durability.

Direct UV cured print For the surface pattern a repetitive pattern was chosen from Yayoi Kusama’s extensive range of pumpkin designs. Along with the design of the panels this pattern will enhance the fluidity and repetition of the space. Allowing for the user to recognize the exhibition without signage.

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Rendered in Autodesk: Revit 2018 Edited in Adobe Photoshop


Rendered in Autodesk: Rendered in Autodesk:Revit Revit2018 2018 Edited in Adobe Photoshop Edited in Adobe Photoshop


Making an Entrance: Yayoi Kusama - ‘All the eternal love I have for pumpkins� Rendered in Autodesk: Revit 2018 Edited in Adobe Photoshop


Brief Document a pre-existing building using Revit Software. To include client and design team views alongside photo realistic renders that are unedited using other programs. Chosen building: Black House - Martin Aunin Architects Completed: June 2015

Software Autodesk: Revit

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3D SHADED VIEW 03

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DRAWING

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Open Plan: Living & Dining 51 m²

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300mm x 22mm Stained Redgum Flooring

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LIVING ROOM 02 15 m²

SAUNA 2 m² D115

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300mmx300mm Terrazzo Tile Flooring

D114 SHOWER 5 m²

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300mm Precast Concrete

7617 20mm Glazed Curtain Wall Panel

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Terrazzo flooring

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Study 12 m²

1 90mm x 22mm Treated Pine Decking

Ensuite 01 2 m²

200mm Wall 25mm Plaster Interior Cladding White Paint

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300mm Precast Concrete D107 Toilet 01 2 m²

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Rendered in Autodesk: Revit 2016 Unedited


NO. 336 -3 3 LEVEL 40 S

Brief Design modular student housing for Swinburne University of Technology. As well as accomodation the design needs to include study spaces, leisure spaces, lobby/ exhibition spaces and meeting rooms. Completed : November 2015

Software Autodesk: Revit

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LOCATION: 350 BURWOOD RD, HAWTHORN. Scale (@ A3)

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Image 2: Site plan 1:500 @ A4


Luggage Storage 14 m²

Lobby & Exhibition space 78 m²

DISABLED WC 7 m²

LIBRARY & WAITING AREA 48 m²

LIBRARY & WAITING AREA 48 m²

Cafe 22 m²

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ELEVATOR 6 m²

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Image 3: Ground floor plan 1:200 @ A4 Image 4: First floor plan 1:200 @ A4

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DRAWING NUMBER:

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LOCATION: 350 BURWOOD RD, HAWTHORN. Scale (@ A3)

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1 A111

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Oak Wood Ceiling Parrametric Design

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100mm Precast Concrete Wall

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90mm Steel Stud Wall 70mm Bradford Sound Insulation Batting 10mm Gyprock Acoustic Board (internal Cladding)

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Skewed Roofing to Create Shelter

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THE WAVE DESIGNER:

MICHELLE LANGLEY

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LOCATION: 350 BURWOOD RD, HAWTHORN. Scale (@ A3)

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DRAWING NUMBER: LOCATION: Hand Held Shower Head 350 BURWOOD RD, HAWTHORN.

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Caroma Toilet

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White Paint Satin Finish

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Wall Mounted Vanity Toilet Paper Dispenser

600mm x 600mm Terrazzo Tiles

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Caroma Shower Base

DRAWN BY: MICHELLE LANGLEY

MICHELLE LANGLEY

CHECKED BY: KEVIN SHEN

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DRAWING NUMBER:

A117

LOCATION: 350 BURWOOD RD, HAWTHORN. Scale (@ A3)


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THE WAVE DESIGNER:

MICHELLE LANGLEY

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE (LOBBY) DRAWN BY: MICHELLE LANGLEY CHECKED BY: KEVIN SHEN

DRAWING NUMBER:

C108

LOCATION: 350 BURWOOD RD, HAWTHORN. Scale (@ A3)

Rendered in Autodesk: Revit 2016 Unedited


Project Brief

Design a building construction system that can be used to create complicated 3D forms. You are free to define your own purpose for the construction system, however some good starting points for construction systems are: • Temporary shelters or support structures • Modular furniture for high density living • Household storage • Architectural facades Simplicity in manufacturing is a major consideration in this brief as this is expected to be a high volume low cost product/system. You mustn’t neglect joint connection by the user and also aesthetic qualities. The system must be cheap and functional but it must also be appealing when seen. Completed: September 2017

Software Autodesk: Revit, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator

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Image 1: Solar shading diagram

Sustainability and solar shading The solar energy that enters a building through glass areas in the outside walls can be one of the major sources of heat in Scanned by CamScanner many contemporary buildings. This heat is unwanted in summer and has to be expelled by the cooling system. Heat gain is not the only problem associated with sunlight streaming through a window; glare is equally important. With this background to the problem, it is possible to set out a list of objectives that the building designer must strive to meet when he/she designs windows and their shades. These are: - To minimize heat gain during summer; - To prevent the direct rays of the sun from falling on any light coloured surface that is visible to the normal occupants of the room; - To allow natural light to enter in such a way that it can be diffused as evenly as possible over the whole room; - To interfere as little as possible with the view from the window.

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This Concept is staggered hexagonal facade designed to cover an entire north facing wall. It will block direct summer light though allowing ambient light in, as well as allowing direct light in during winter. Ideally each form would be as large as possible to not hinder the views. The intended material would be a lightweight plastic preferably recycled. Image 2: Concept solar section

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Each hexagon would be fixed to one another and the system will be fixed to a wall or mullion. Aesthetically this design will be interesting creating different light and shadow. This design was chosen as it was the most aesthetically ambitious and allows for easy construction while meeting sustainable shading design standards.

Image 3: Concept isometric diagram

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Brief Design for Dementia. Apply the ten principles of designing for dementia to a social space within an existing aged care facility. Current facilities promote social exclusion for residents as the large social spaces are often intimidating and confusing for residents suffering with dementia. Completed: November 2015

Software Autodesk: Revit, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator

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Design intent My Design intent is to create a smaller social space within twin parks, which addresses the current need for an engaging room with appropriate activities for the residence. Allowing better ventilation, access to light, connection to the facility alongside giving residents the opportunity to be alone or with others. This space will supports movement and engagement and has a permanent use. This will be done by the relocation of the theatre area toward the inner courtyard and creating a void space into the level one lounge area together with permanent inbuilt furniture that creates a radial organization in the in the engagement room. The activities in this space include access to simple board games, painting, reading and classic games such as chess and checkers, also allowing residents to sit alone without feeling uncomfortable or awkward.

Image 1: Site plan Not to scale

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Image 2: Site sketch Dogleg section

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Image 3: Site sketch

Image 4: Plan view (not to scale)


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Image 7: Axo Social space (not to scale)

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Rendered in Autodesk: Revit 2016 Edited in Adobe Photoshop


Concept Due to the current state of the urban and built environment within Australia it is predicted that there will be up to 15,000 young people living in residential aged care by 2030 (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2015). By definition these young people present disability’s which are generally the result of catastrophic injury or progressive and degenerative neurological disease. For this disadvantaged minority of the community the built environments often fails them, by creating further handicap alongside existing physical constraints as well as promoting social exclusion. This project aims to manifest a built environment which will not only support social interaction as well as physical and emotional comfort, but it aims to gain a sense of normality within design which can be intertwined throughout the entirety of the urban environment. Stemming from the findings within primary and secondary research, key concepts have been embedded within the design of the entrance, circulation and social spaces as well as the connection between private and social/ circulation spaces of an accessible apartment building for both people living with or without a disability. Completed: November 2017

Software Autodesk: Revit, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator

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Site Description Taking into consideration the major changes that will happen to Melbourne’s urban environment by 2030, the site at 348 St Kilda Road was chosen. Currently there is an existing hotel on the property which can be renovated with minimal adjustments being made to the exterior of the building. This particular site was chosen due to its adjacency to the planned domain interchange train station, within the new metro tunnel route. Allowing for an easy commute to and from the CBD as well as providing easy access to nearby amenities including hospitals, food and entertainments. The positioning of the site responds directly to the brief as it is within 100m of the Royal botanic gardens allowing a direct connection to existing nature. Though the buildings in the area may fundamentally change by 2030 due to an increase in population, the views of the gardens will not change, allowing for informed sun paths and prevailing winds. Though this concept will be designed for the chosen location, the key ideas can be implemented throughout the urban landscape leading to a more accessible and socially inclusive 2030.

Image 1: Melbourne Figure ground (not to scale)


“Inclusive society is defined as a society for all, in which every individual has an active role to play. Such a society is based on fundamental values of equity, equality, social justice, and human rights and freedoms, as well as on the principles of tolerance and embracing diversity� World summit, UNESCO. 1995.

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The World that should be

Smell

The first sensory indicator of space would be smell. Materials as well as a presence of foliage will create a calm smelling space

Touch

The importance of touch to communicate quality of space as well as location in a building. Touch will be a large indicator of way-finding

Tactile Signal Elements

Ramps & Circulation

Throughout the building different tactile signals will indicate a change in space. As well as communicate different information. For example, you are entering a social space, or you are entering circulation space.

Vertical and horizontal connectivity working in unison to make the whole building easily accessible. Reduce the limitations surrounding architecture will have on the user.

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Image 2: Preliminary sketches

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Library + circulation space Rendered in Adobe Photoshop 2017


1. Elevator 2. Sky Garden 3. Circulation Ramp 4. Access To Apartments 5. Tactile Walkway 6. Access To Level Two + Elevator

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Image 3: Ground floor plan (not to scale)

Image 4: Level one floor plan (not to scale)

Longitudinal Section 1:200 @ A1


Preliminary sectional perspective Rendered in Adobe Photoshop 2017


Lobby + circulation space Rendered in Adobe Photoshop 2017


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