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portfolio MITRAN M KIANDEE MASTERS OF ARCHITECTURE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE 2015

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contents http://issuu.com/mmmitran

Curriculum Vitae

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Selfish Gene 2.0 Tokyo Replay Centre 2015

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Studio A Fire University of Melbourne Archives 2014

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Studio B Fire OutrĂŠ

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Gallery 2014

Studio Air AirNergy for Land Art Generator Initiative 2014

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Studio Water Mies van der Rohe inspired Boathouse 2013

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Studio Earth Unearthing Gallery 2013

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Virtual Environments Lunar Lantern

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Competition Entry San Francisco Fire Department Headquarters

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Construction Design McBride Charles Ryan Architects Pentleigh & Essendon Grammar School

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Applied Construction Hypothetical 52-storey office tower in Melbourne

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Sketches

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Internship Projects Visual renderings of KKU Office fitouts within a heritage listed warehouse

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Studio 25 Reinventing Southland

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mitran m kiandee http://issuu.com/mmmitran

education

2015-PRESENT Masters of Architecture, University of Melbourne 2012-2014 Bachelor of Environments, University of Melbourne JAN-FEB 2014 Winter Exchange Program, Stuttgart Universität 2010-2011 Huntingtower Highschool, Mount Waverley 2005-2009 All Saints Secondary School, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

|H1 Average

|98.35 ATAR | SPM 9As

experience JAN-FEB 2015 Intern at Lawrence Loh Architects, Penang Sketch proposal, visual illustration & tender drawing detail production on adaptive reuse projects 2013-2014 Committee member of Melbourne University Overseas Christian Fellowship Cell Leader in 2013 and Head of Outreach Ministry in 2014 2014 AND Speaker Series Inviting, publicising and organising professional architects as guess speakers to inspire aspiring architecture students DEC 2013 Intern at HJL Architecture, Melbourne Material selection and visual rendering with Photoshop DEC 2012 Hotel Receptionist at The Palace Hotel, Kota Kinabalu Front desk services and local enquiries for multi-national guests JUL 2012 Model maker at F-20 Sdn Bhd, Malaysia Delicate assembly and application of finishes on laser cut components

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27/ 283 Spring Street Melbourne 3000 VIC mkiandee@student.unimelb.edu.au +61 401 496 556 +60 16-832 9968

profile As sudent of architecture, I enjoy working with the details of an existing space and genuinely care about the delicate details that influence human living and appreciation of spaces.

2013 & 2014 Dean’s Honours Award for Academic Merit DEC 2014 Selected Studio A Exhibition in the new ABP Library JUN 2014 Selected Axonometric and Detail Drawings for Construction Design Short-listed Exhibition NOV 2013 Architecture Design Studio Water Selected Works Exhibition DEC 2012 Selected Virtual Environments Lantern, Melbourne GPO Exhibition

manual Sketching Hand Models Laser Cutting Card Cutter 3D Printing CNC Routing

programs Microsoft Office InDesign Photoshop Illustrator Rhinoceros 5.0 Autocad Grasshopper Revit Google Sketchup

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交差 INTERSECT S EL F I S H G ENE 2 . 0 M I TR A N KIA ND E E 5 8 1 6 5 1 ST UD IO C

YEAR: YEAR 1 SEMESTER 1 MASTERS TUTOR: LAURA MARTIRES SITE: SHIBUYA 109 PROJECT: GENERATIVE DESIGN FOR TOKYO REPLAY CENTRE THROUGH A METHOD OF SAMPLING URBAN ELEMENTINVOLVEMENT: INVOLVEMENT: MNEMONIC MAPPING , 3D SAMPLE MODELLING, 2D DRAFTING, DESIGN DEVELOPMENT


URBAN CIRCULATION

URBAN FRONTAGE

VIDEO GAMES

INTERSECTION

URBAN CIRCULATION

INTERSECTION

ANIME

VISITOR PACE VISITOR MOVEMENT PUBLIC INTERACTION PROGRAM ENGAGEMENT

VISITOR PACE VISITOR MOVEMENT PUBLIC INTERACTION PROGRAM ENGAGEMENT

FILM

MANGA

VISITOR PACE VISITOR MOVEMENT PUBLIC INTERACTION PROGRAM ENGAGEMENT

VISITOR PACE VISITOR MOVEMENT PUBLIC INTERACTION PROGRAM ENGAGEMENT

AUDITORIUM

FASHION

VISITOR PACE VISITOR MOVEMENT PUBLIC INTERACTION PROGRAM ENGAGEMENT

VISITOR PACE VISITOR MOVEMENT PUBLIC INTERACTION PROGRAM ENGAGEMENT

KARAOKE

BAR & KITCHEN

VISITOR PACE VISITOR MOVEMENT PUBLIC INTERACTION PROGRAM ENGAGEMENT

VISITOR PACE VISITOR MOVEMENT PUBLIC INTERACTION PROGRAM ENGAGEMENT

交 差 (INTERSECT) is a contemporary Replay centre located at the heartbeat of the infamous Shibuya 109 pedestrian crossing. This new design hosts the contemporary culture and lifestyle of the metropolitan community in ways that accommodate their current behavioural trends and the existing typology of the urban fabric. Research in Studio Selfish Gene 2.0 reveal that urban growth and technological advancements constantly changes the identity of the city. The only unchanging element of the city is its uninhabited spaces. 交 差 embodies the paradox of permanent circulation. It is an agglomeration of the urban profiles (circulation, frontages and intersections samples) that generate opportunity spaces that

URBAN FRONTAGE

reflect the trends and behaviour of the city. The union of these city components create opportunities to host activity spaces. Emerged void spaces are a reflection of the commonality that runs throughout the circulation-scape of Shibuya. Program spaces are not mutually exclusive but instead, have a resemblance in the way they function and engage with visitors. The crossing of circulation paths accentuates the excitement and Interaction that occurs in the public realm. There is a freedom in the expression of popculture individuality and subculture belonging.

Overall, the façade of the replay centre frames the expression of the public dependence on Shibuya circulation spaces and how they intersect as a social centre to indulge in selfish interests and fantasy happiness. with

交 差 INTERSECT


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CIRCULATION PROGRAM PAST DESIGN ITERATIONS

URBAN CIRCULATION VARIATIONS

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CIRCULATION KARAOKE CAPSULE KARAOKE STAGE KARAOKE LOOP KARAOKE SERVICES KARAOKE ENTRY TOILETS OUTDOOR BREAKOUT SPACE AUDITORIUM SEATING AUDITORIUM STORAGE AUDITORIUM STAGE

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SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION AXONOMETRIC DIAGRAM CIRCULATION BUFFER PROGRAM


THE UNIVERSITY OF

MELBOURNE

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ARCHIVES

YEAR 3 SEMESTER 2 UNDERGRADUATE RENE CORTELLING 288 ALBERT STREET, BRUNSWICK, MELBOURNE. CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF A NEW ARCHIVE WITHIN THE URBAN FABRIC OF BRUNSWICK, EMPHASISING ON ARCHITECTURAL PALIMPSESTS AND GRAFFITI PRECEDENT RESEARCHES, DESIGN DEVELOPMENT, 2D DRAFTING, UNORTHODOX REPRESENTATION


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THE UNIVERSITY OF

MELBOURNE

ARCHIVES

In a world full of culture, history, treasures, collections and heritage, reality becomes precious to mankind. It is a desire for many to keep items that fascinate, impress, or glorify individuals. It is a desire for some to take up the ownership of organising artefacts. They are called archivists. The place we live in is truly a mess; much of the things around us are disorganised, misplaced and unidentifiable. The new University of Melbourne Archives aims to serve as a place to synchronise the past for the future; encouraging easy access to its collection and engaging with the existing collective site.

This design proposal for a new University of Melbourne Archive revolves around the idea the of organisation and its underlying harmony. It is derived from the understanding of how an archive works as a treasure chest of a spectrum of diverse items, information and precious pieces. From spatial relations, faรงade treatment, site context and even interaction with the existing buildings, there is a delicate desire to organise in every detail.

Katrina Dean, Head Archivist. 14


archival storage area

exhibition gallery interior

the site 1:1000

reading room

the organisation 1:1000

the harmony 1:1000

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YEAR 3 SEMESTER 2 UNDERGRADUATE ROZ KUNI 369 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK, MELBOURNE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF A NEW CONTEMPORARY SALES GALLERY WITHIN THE URBAN FABRIC OF BRUNSWICK, EMPHASISING ON ARCHITECTURAL PALIMPSESTS AND GRAFFITI INVOLVEMENT: ADAPTIVE REUSE SITE ANALYSIS, DESIGN DEVELOPMENT, 2D DRAFTING, UNORTHODOX PRESENTATION

The robust cycle of culture and events shapes the current Brunswick suburbia. Over the years, individuals leave their own imprints on the urban landscape.

bones which emphasises the linearity of the shop; whereas the raw industrial panels, detailing and finishes play as an accompaniment to these frames.

This design proposal for a new Outré Gallery appreciates the history and memories of the site. It considers the details, from traditional detailing to spatial circulation. Working with the existing frame of the building, it is an eccentric obsession to keep the highlights and blemishes of the 4 shop houses. As the working grid is contested with the present load bearing walls, it creates intriguing spaces.

In essence, the private gallery spaces accentuate the uniqueness of the building frame while double heighted bookshop and reception area highlights the volume and remnants of the shop structure. Finally, café interlocks the interior edifice with the outdoor extensions.

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This project is a marriage of new and old elements, offering a space for new ideas. It encourages creativity for an open and bare space invigorated with new functions.


SITE PLAN 17


RECEPTION INTERIOR 18


INTERIOR HALLWAY 19


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VIEW PLAY LEARN

AIR’NERGY huili - mitran - juin - yan

LAGI . 2014

YEAR: TUTOR: GROUP: SITE: INVOLVEMENT:

YEAR 3 SEMESTER 1 UNDERGRADUATE VICTOR BUNSTER & FINNIAN WARRICK angin. BINGQIAN YAN, HUILI YEOH, XIAOJUIN LOW REFSHALEØEN, COPENH AGEN, DENMARK PARAMETRIC SCRIPTING, VISUAL RENDERING, PROTOTYPE FABRICATION, JOURNAL DOCCUMENTATION

AIRnergy is a synergetic pedagogy that fosters a dialogue between wind energy generation and the community of Copenhagen and the greater world. DESIGN CONCEPT AIRnergy emulates the movement of wind through the meticulously structured form that not only captures wind but also generates new spectacles and vantage points along the infamous Københavns Havn and its neighbouring structures. Refshaleøen is a rich complex of creative entrepreneurships, warehouses, and cultural and recreational venues. The design site is grounded within a dilapidated reclaimed land. AIRnergy celebrates the weakness of the site with 22

the potential of harvesting renewable energy through the flow of wind. Alongside the community people of Copenhagen, AIRnergy will propel towards a new era of Carbon Neutral social nomenclature. DESIGN EXPERIENCE A journey through AIRnergy will break the social stigma against the grim aesthetics and lack of efficiency of renewable energy generators. The division of spatial programs encompasses the intricacy of energy generation, the human context of joyous kinfolk, building activities, education and a display of technology. Through the articulation of different spatial qualities, three main functions will be executed; View, Play, Learn.

Full studio journal available for viewing at http://issuu.com/mmmitran


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VIEW PLAY LEARN

AIR’NERGY huili - mitran - juin - yan

LAGI . 2014

view, wind, sun parameters 24

circulation axes


points of intersection

emergent form & excess surfacing 25


VIEW PLAY LEARN

AIR’NERGY huili - mitran - juin - yan

LAGI . 2014

FABRICATION With the evaluation of the previous physical joint prototypes, a subsequent iteration of a fully parametric joint is scripted, accommodating for the same criteria of material thickness, diameter of axes and diameter of casement. The highlight of this version is the ability for the joints to facilitate horizontal and vertical flexibility whilst still firmly locked within the casement for LED and generator systems. CONCEPT The elementary science behind each of these movable flaps involves windinduced vibration due to the nonlinear fluid flow and vortices around a flexible structure. The energy harvest device comprises, in one embodiment 26

(each the triangular panel), an oscillating flap, a piezoelectric bender (transducer) and an energy convertor that converts the vibration of the oscillating element into direct current. The piezoelectric sheet benders are attached to the panel and are connected via a hinge that allows for rotation along the vertical axis. In wind conditions, the rotation of the flap about the bearing joint creates a modal flutter response and hence a vibration that is picked up by the piezoelectric benders connected to an energy convertor (full rectifier bridge) concealed within the joints between each triangular panel. The energy collected from the panels is stored in a generator and capacitor, during

the night, the energy stored will be able to power the organic LED light panels attached to the joints between the triangle panels. The lights emitted from the panels sever a signpost even to distant urban dwellers of the realtime energy production on site. Full studio journal available for viewing at http://issuu.com/mmmitran


panel

piezoelectric system

wind sensitive-panels

motion sensors

joint epicentre

energy conversion & transmission

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VIEW PLAY LEARN

AIR’NERGY huili - mitran - juin - yan

LAGI . 2014

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STUDLEY PARK EST. 2013

AXIAL PRIVACY YEAR: TUTOR: SITE: PROJECT: INVOLVEMENT:

YEAR 2 SEMESTER 2 UNDERGRADUATE NAFISEH HAMIDI STUDLEY PARK ALONG YARRA RIVER INDIVIDUAL. LEARNING FROM THE MASTERS HAND TRACING, DESIGN ANALYSIS, DIAGRAMATIC DOCCUMENTATION, DIGITAL DESIGN, VISUAL RENDERINGS

SITE RESPONSE

The proposed Studley Park Boathouse employs concepts of hierarchy and structure from Mies van der Rohe to innovate a modernist building which precedes from a culture of respect towards construction and nature. SIMPLICITY The overall form is preserved as a basic linear cuboid which allows for a continuous unobstructed circulation around and within the building. The repetitive culture of building elements such as glass, steel frames and flooring are results of a modular design, allowing prefabrication, quick assembly, and easy repairs. SKELETAL STRUCTURE The structural U beam UB 254x102x28 and UB 305x127x48 are exposed as an icon of strength and ownership onto the landscape without overpowering the tones of nature. OPEN PLAN Internal partitions only present in service spaces to generate a pure visual connectivity throughout the building. The little concealment of spaces infers a natural order of hierarchy through accessibility.

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ILLUSIVE INTERIOR Interior finishes are dynamic in shape to emulate the hill slope and river stream landscape. Small elements like ceiling, bar tops, partition walls and the operable faรงade emphasise the buildings potential to be exploited as an accommodation for rustication, decay, and various imperfections that will portray an on-going heritage.


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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GUIDED CIRCULATION Users are subtly pushed towards the north and southern ends of the building when they intend to traverse from one space to another. Although an open plan, users will recognise future directions due to the accessibility and visual permeability of each space. MODERN MATERIALS A domestic idea of weathering and allowing nature to take its course becomes central in the design. Corten cladding, unpolished steel, wired mesh fences, rammed earths are among the selected materials that are readily available, prefabricated and inexpensive. Many resemble structural steel that is consistent in modern designs by Mies. HARMONY WITH LANDSCAPE Dissimilar from Farnsworth house, the south faรงade of this Boathouse is embedded into the ground for an intimate connection with the natural environment.

BARREN TEMPLATE The purity of form accentuates the value of interior spaces and formulates an ordered interaction between users and the place. 31


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BUBBLE DIAGRAM NATIONALGALERIE

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PROJECT TITLE AREA FUNCTION ARCHITECT CLIENT LOCATION CONCEPT A MAIN ENTRANCE B RESTAURANT C ROOF GARDEN D CAFE E HALLWAY TO BOAT HIRE

: STUDLEY PARK BOATHOUSE : 351m2 : FAMILY RECREATIONAL AREA, RESTAURANT, CAFE : MITRAN M KIANDEE 581651 : ABPL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO: WATER : KEW, VICTORIA : BOATHOUSE INSPIRED BY PRINCIPAL DESIGN CONCEPTS OF MIES VAN DER ROHE

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LEVEL 1 SPACES

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1 KITCHEN 2 RESTAURANT BAR 3 RESTAURANT 4 CIRCULATION STAIRS 5 OPEN SPACE 6 EXCLUSIVE DINING 7 UPPER ENTRANCE

1 BOAT HIRE 2 TOILETS 3 OFFICE 4 CIRCULATION STAIRS 5 KIOSK 6 CAFE 7 CAFE BAR 8 OPEN SPACE 9 MAIN ENTRANCE 35


unearthing gallery

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her r ing island cultural museum

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YEAR 2 SEMESTER 1 UNDERGRADUATE SARAH KAHN HERRING ISLAND ENVIRONMENTAL SCULPTURE PARK, YARRA BOULEVARD, MELBOURNE DESIGNING WITH THE LANDSCAPE WITH AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT, GEOLOGICAL TYPOLOGY AND HUMAN ACTIVITY PRAGMATIC COMPOSITION, HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL REFERENCES, MONUMENTAL DESIGN, DIGITAL DRAFTING, MODEL FABRICATION

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Unearthing Gallery is an audacious monument emerged from the longstanding conflict between Australian Aboriginals and White Settlers. The symbolic counter-position of the firm, grounded indigenous monolith and loose, lightweight timber rafted shelter creates a dialogue between the convoluted history and the current reconciliatory community. A B C D E

GRAND ENTRY ABORIGINAL MUSEUM OFFICE WHITE GALLERY RECEPTION


RECEPTION 1 OFFICE 2 PUBLIC BATHROOM 3 UNEARTHING PRE-COLONIAL INDIGENOUS PLACE 4 UNEARTHING COLONISATION 5 UNEARTHING DISPLACEMENT: RECONCILIATION GARDEN 6 UNEARTHING CONTEMPORARY CULTURE: THEATRE 7 BACKSTAGE 8 STORAGE 9 SERVICE LIFT 10

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SERVICES ABORIGINAL MUSEUM GARDEN SETTLER MUSEUM THEATRE

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virtual environments l u n a r i n s p i re d we a ra bl e l a n t e r n

YEAR: TUTOR: PROJECT: INVOLVEMENT:

YEAR 1 SEMESTER 2 UNDERGRADUATE JESSICA-LEE CHIDESTER INDIVIDUAL. DIGITAL ARTEFACT. DIGITAL DESIGN, CONCEPTUAL DESIGN, ABSTRACT REDUCTION, PROTOTYPE TESTING

Craters are created on the surface of the moon by asteroids, comets and other cosmic rocks upon collision. The moon has no atmosphere that protects the surface from foreign matter and thus encourages an irregular, unappealing and rough exterior. Craters will vary in shape and sizes as velocity, materiality and surrounding environment changes. This design concept provokes the focus of the plasticine form. The final model adapts an organic shape that moulds with the body of its user, acting as a physical representation of the inner spirituality. The final artefact is a product of the compilation of ideas flowing from the 38

original ideation. Although multiple alterations are implemented within the aesthetic form, the revolutionary creation has evolved tremendously in terms of performance and core ideas. Full design journal available for viewing at http://issuu.com/mmmitran


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virtual environments l u n a r i n s p i re d we a ra bl e l a n t e r n

Pencil outlines raw ideas, Rhino modelling shapes practical thinking, plasticine moulding crafts fluid forms. The easy access to all three design platforms represents an unending struggle to balance aesthetics and concept. Frequent adjustments are made in order to acquire features that extend from the surface entropy and cultural qualities as shown in the abstract figure on right. Full design journal available for viewing at http://issuu.com/mmmitran

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Spore of craters

multi-scaled

Mysterious - Supernatural


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counter destruction san fransisco fire department headquarters

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YEAR 2. INDEPENDENT COMPETITION ENTRY ROVI LAU, SHAUN LEE, JASLYN LEE, AUDREY ONG SAN FRANSISCO VISUAL RENDERING, PHOTOSHOP POST-PROCESSING.


CONCEPT DIAGRAM

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Helipcopter Firetrucks Boats SCALE 1:5000

The design concept based on the tragedy of 1906 is derived from the desperate and creative measures taken by the fire fighters to contain the fires in the absence of conventional means of putting out fires. Prioritising the preservation of life, they resorted to the destruction of the city in an attempt to save it. Even though most of the city was still lost, the efforts taken to save it were commendable and the city has since been rebuilt bigger and better than before. The building form serves to emulate the efforts taken to resist the total destruction of the city, essentially fighting fire with fire, which later allowed for the healing of the urban fabric and development of the departments proficiency in protecting

the city. The view of the building from the bridge evokes memories of the events of 1906 against the background of the city it is now, while the monumental front of the building seen from within the city gives its inhabitants a sense of comfort knowing they are well protected from the repetition of history. The integration of the headquarters into the city skyline gives the users of the building a sense of belonging in the society of which they play such an integral role, both in the past and the present.

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construction design YEAR: TUTOR: GROUP: INVOLVEMENT:

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YEAR 3 SEMESTER 1 UNDERGRADUATE LISA BRENNAN AUDREY ONG UNDERSTANDING OF CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND DRAWING DOCCUMENTATION, INDIVIDUAL AXONOMETRIC SECTION AND DETAILS, COLLABORATIVE 1:20 CONSTRUCTION MODEL,


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construction design

1:20 Construction Model of a 8x9m cut-out from McBride Charles Ryan Architect’s Pentleigh & Essendon Boys Grammar School design. In partnership with Audrey Ong, this model details the construction assembly of components and reasons design decisions based on the architect’s intent, building function, environmental sustainable design concepts and construction assemblage.

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applied construction

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hand sketches

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internship work KKU office fitout

YEAR: PROJECT ARCHITECT: SITE: INVOLVEMENT:

2015 MOHD SAFUAN AZMAN AT LAWRENCE LOH ARCHITECTS AN ABANDONED COLONIAL WAREHOUSE IN THE CITY OF PENANG MATERIAL FINISHES SELECTION, SKETCHUP 3D MODELLING, VISUAL RENDERING, PHOTOSHOP POST-PROCESSING.

ground floor plan

main entrance 52

LAYOUT REVIEW – OPTION ID-2 Ground Floor

proposed KKU corporate offices @ wisma uab. lebuh china. pulau pinang


internal verandah

gallery of transitions

office workstations 53


internship work KKU office fitout

YEAR: PROJECT ARCHITECT: SITE: INVOLVEMENT:

first floor plan

2015 MOHD SAFUAN AZMAN AT LAWRENCE LOH ARCHITECTS AN ABANDONED 18TH CENTURY COLONIAL WAREHOUSE IN THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, PENANG MATERIAL FINISHES SELECTION, SKETCHUP 3D MODELLING, VISUAL RENDERING, PHOTOSHOP POST-PROCESSING.

LAYOUT REVIEW – OPTION ID-2 First Floor

proposed KKU corporate offices @ wisma uab. lebuh china. pulau pinang

outdoor chillout area 54


think city workzone

think city workstations

toilet finishes 55


CITY ANALYSIS OF KINGSTON 1:10 000

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SOUTHLAND WESTFIELD REINVENTED

In this ongoing studio, ‘Reinventing Southland’, the current Southland shopping mall typology is challenged how it can be reconfigured architecturally, spatially, and in relation to its context through various kinds of formal interventions. This is done through the introduction of in doing so public programs within it and connected to it.

change. The current design adopts an appropriation of local suburban trends in the use of space and home ideals of comfort and shared spaces.

Southland is considered in relation to the wider context of Cheltenham – a traditional suburban retail centre nearby which is undergoing urban 57


upgrade bus terminal entry to bridge retail

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car work shop

cooking institute shopfront shopfront main entry shopfront shopfront shop

urban parkland urban pa

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parking


garden

garden shared farm garden farm shared garden farm garden shared farm garden farm shared garden farm garden retail garden

retail retailretailretail bus terminal

backyard backyard backyard backyard

poultry poultry poultry poultry poultry poultry poultry

cooking institute

fresh market

SECTION 1:500

ORIGINAL SOUTHLAND REVIVAL APPROACH

SECTION 1:500 NAPEAN HIGHWAY REINVENTED REVIVAL CONCEPT

garden

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carpark workshop

ROOF GARDEN

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YEAR: TUTOR: SITE: PROJECT: INVOLVEMENT:

YEAR 1 SEMESTER 2 MASTERS PROF. PAUL WALKER SOUTHLAND SHOPPING MALL, MELBOURNE. CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF A PUBLIC PERIMETER AND A PRODUCTIVE ROOF GARDEN PRECEDENT STUDY, DESIGN DEVELOPMENT, 3D MODELLING AND VISUALISATION

At Westfield, we hold the vision to continually need to adapt and always serve customers first. Westfield is determined to not only deliver world leading retail and luxury brands, but also would like to collaborate with local entrepreneurs to offer fresh, organic daily produce to the much deserved community of Kingston. This project is a hopeful representation of the vast opportunities unoccupied roof spaces and unamusing carpark amenities have to host productivity and support a socio-cultural presence.

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Mitran Kiandee: Portfolio 2015  

Master of Architecture Candidate Bachelor of Environments 2014

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