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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO 2017

NG TSZ HING

HKU SPACE HDAS


01 Ng Tsz Hing, Anthony phone +85264221268 email anthony1013@live.hk

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SUB-DIVIDED UNITS IN SHAM SHUI PO

SUB-DIVIDED UNITS

CONTEXTUAL ANALYSIS IN SHAM SHUI PO

SITE ANALYSIS IN SHAMSHUIPO

Education: Higher Diploma in Architectural Studies Of HKU SPACE(Full Time)

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COMMUNITY CENTRE IN O CHI MINH CITY

COMMUNITY CENTRE

Software: Autocad 2017 Photoshop CC 2017 Illustrator CC 2017 Rhinoceros 5 Sketchup pro

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HO CHI MINH CITY SITE ANALYSIS

SITE ANALYSIS IN DISTRICT

Awards: Together We Build Silver Design Pavilion

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PERSONAL INFORMATON & CONTENTS

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BUIDING CASE STUDY

BINH THANH HOUSE


HKU SPACE ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES YEAR 2

SEMESTER 1


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Sub-Divided Units in Sham Shui Po

SUB-DIVIDED UNITS

Location : Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong Working Period: 2017.10.02-10.16

Residential and commercial mixed building in certain aspect that provide a helpful environment to enhance the interaction between residents and public. In terms of the building hidden boundary is blur they can having a better neighborhood relationship to form the commnuity.

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SUB-DIVIDED UNITS


Modules Layout

Location Plan

Case Study Lok Fu Building

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Man Koon House 10/F

Hidden boundary is blur

1 Person Unit

4/F

3/F

3/F

2/F

2/F

1/F

1/F

Residential and commercial mixed building in certain aspect that provide a helpful environment to enhance the interaction between residents and public. In terms of the building hidden boundary is blurthey can having a better neighborhood relationship to form the commnuity.

1 Person with Bath Unit

Small Family Unit

Family Unit

4/F

G/F


Concept Diagrams

Starting with 3x7 of Frame

2/F Modular sub-divided units to plugin

Infilling communal spaces

Roof Forming a community with commercial activities

Residential unit Commercial space Communal space


Communal Space North Elevation

West Elevation

South Elevation

East Elevation


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SUB-DIVIDED UNITS


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COMMUNIY CENTRE


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Contextual Analysis in Sham shui po

SITE ANALYSIS IN SHAM SHUI PO

Location : Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong Working Period: 2017.09.11-09.25

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SITE ANALYSIS IN SHAM SHUI PO


Site Locateion & Concept Easy to Access and within the Community solve Flooding serve Target Users

Location Plan

Street Patterns

solve Flooding

Transition point of Old and New district

solve Flooding serve Target Users

Building Mass

Now

1970

Micro Analysis

Location Plan 1:175

Usages of Lanes

Easy to Access

Distribution of Class

About Middle Class

Slum area

Urban Grids “The Peking, Sino-British treaty of 1890”

“The Convention for the Extension of Hong Kong” 1898

Chinese Civil War 1927

1936

1900

1953

Redefined the new Kowloon area Officially named Sham Shui Po

Sham Shui Po Police Station 1924

1890

Shek Kip Mei Fire

Rest Garden added in Nam Cheong Street 1955

1937

Golden Cinema became Golden Computer Arcade 1991

Hong Kong 1956 riots 1956

Nam Cheong Street Pak Tin Estate 1975

Lee Kung Man Knitting Factory 1986

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1940

1950

1960

1970

1980

1990

Pei Ho Street Municipal 1995 Building

200m 1000m 600m

Micro Analysis 1970

Now

2000

Usages of Lanes

Micro Analysis

2010

Usages of Lanes

Primary Production

Tertiary Production

Secondary Production

Basic Class Bottom Class

Now

1910

1920

Starting point

Composited Site

Visual Analysis 1. Wedding Palace

Easy to Access

Building Height

2. Social Apartment

Distributi

Slum area

1-2 Storeys

Starting point

200m 1000m above 7 storeys 600m

2-3 storeys

Shek Kip Mei Squatter

1908 1:10000

1928 1:10000

1930's though the sea and farming had retreated as a middle class residential and shopping district

4. Worship Space

1. Wedding Palace

6. Stlit House

1945 -1950s 1:10000

Military Camp farming,fishing and shipping goods were active in Sham Shui Po

3. Site

Local Business

1960s

Cheung Sha Wan Industrial Estate

Trade turns to textile manufacture and combined with the continuing boom in manpower , the area becomes a small manufacturing centre.

Visual Analysis

Primary Production Secondary Production Tertiary Production

7. Open Space

Wind Path

8. Alley

1. Wedding Palace

3. Site

Building H 2. Social Apartment

Visual Analysis 1. Wedding Palace

2. Social Apartment

3. Site

4. Worship Space

4. Worship Space

Sun Path


Transition point of Old and New district

serve Target Users

Street Patterns

Urban Fabric

Visual Corrido in Nam Cheog Street

Building Mass

1970 Location Plan 1:175 Location Plan 1:175 Easy to Access

Open Spaces

Land Use

Distribution of Class

Driving Direction

n of Class

About Middle Class Basic Class Bottom Class

Slum area

About Middle Class

Starting point

Basic Class

200m 1000m 600m

Bottom Class

Economic

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Business Type

Circulation

1-2 Storeys 2-3 storeys above 7 storeys

Section - Nam Cheong Street

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SITE ANALYSIS IN SHAM SHUI PO

Building Height

1-2 Storeys 2-3 storeys above 7 storeys


Location Plan LOCAL BUSINESS

TRAFFIC + CIRCULATION

HUMAN ACTIVITIES

LAI CHI KOK

TAI NAM

KI LUNG

YU CAHU

AP LIU

CHEUNG SHA WAN

Some side lanes become potential parking lane, which means the traffic lanes are more congested FUK WAH

too many traffic lights, means the overall laneway is not an ideal traffic lane People in Nam Cheong Street are divided into two movements: passive and active statics. Passive statics belongs to people who are waiting bus and traffic lights. Active belongs to people who gather inside the rest garden.

FUK WING

POTENTIAL PARKING AREA VEHICLES CIRCULATION HUMAN CIRCULATION TRAFFIC LIGHTS

Typology Study

WINDOW STRIP FACADE

Section - Nam Cheong Street

GIANT SIGNBOARDS IN SHAM SHUI PO

PASSIVE STATIC ACTIVE STATIC BENCHES BUS STOP


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Communiy Centre in Ho Chi Minh City

COMMUNITY CENTRE

Location : District 4, Ho Chi Minh City Working Period: 2017.11.03-12.07

The idea is to promote interaction by Interlocking volumes.Base on the methodology by positioning volumes parametrically. The design is considered about the privacy, view, site context and distances between the target users to prvide a comfort and interactive space for them.

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COMMUNIY CENTRE


Concept Diagrams Location Plan Library

Activties Room

Classroom

Community Hall Reception & Common Space

Common Space & Toilet

Privacy

Setting the volumes with internal spaces

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Privacy

Placing the low privacy units at ground level

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Infilling the common spaces, reception and toilet volumes

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Arranging circulation in two main access

Natual Lighting

Interlocking spaces

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Add Openings by site context and privacy

G/F


Community Hall

North Elevation

South Elevation

Common Space


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COMMUNIY CENTRE


Wall Section Details

Roof details 1:15 - concrete flooring - steel frame - screed - insulation - damp proof membrane - screed laid on floor - concrete - sub frame - 300mm i beam

- gypsum board ceiling

Flooring details 1:15

- wooden flooring - damp proof membrane - screed - concrete - raft foundation

- 1/F Layout - 2/F Layout - Steel Frame Structure - Raft Foundatiion


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COMMUNIY CENTRE


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Ho Chi Minh City Site Analysis

SITE ANALYSIS IN DISTRICT 4

Location : District 4, Vietnam Working Period: 2017.10.16-10.30

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SITE ANALYSIS IN DISTRICT 4


1. Wedding Palace

Local Bus

6. Stlit House

1. Wedding Palace 7. Open Space

Wind Path

Site Location & Concept

6. Stlit House

8. Alley

Summer

7. Open Space Winter

Builing Typology

Sun Path 8. Alley

Building Typologies Traditional Stilt House

1. Stilt House

Wind Path

Site Locateion & Concept Easy to Access and within the Community

Material: Wooden, Dry Grass

Material: Steel, Wooden

Underlying of wooden structure raises 1.5m to prevent flooding problems and for ventilation

Transition point of Old and New district

The inhabitants construct by themselves from individual house extend living spaces to stilt house in seafront area

Summer

Building Typologies

2.Tube House

Traditional Stilt House

3. Tube House

1. Stilt Hous

4. Social Apartment

solve Flooding serve Target Users

Material: Concrete

Common tube house is 2 to 7 storeys for serving one single family. And the divisity of roofs or French Colonial details

Today are remained slender footprint in 4m width. But even extends further back into streets blocks with longer volums

2.Tube House

Now

Building Typologies

Material:Concrete Wooden, Dry Grass Material:

Material: Concrete

Built by govnerment and bank to provide better living quality Underlying of wooden structure and cheaper rent for younger raises 1.5m to prevent flooding generation.Was massive problems and for ventilation volume in vertically

3. Tube House

4. Social Ap

1970

Micro Analysis

Location Plan 1:175

Usages of Lanes

Easy to Access

Distribution of Class

About Middle Class

Slum area Starting point

Basic Class

200m 1000m 600m

Bottom Class

Material: Concrete

Material: Concrete

Common tube house is 2 to 7 storeys for serving one single family. And the divisity of roofs or French Colonial details

Today are remained slender footprint in 4m width. But even extends further back into streets blocks with longer volums

2.Tube House

Visual Analysis 1. Wedding Palace

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Building Height 2. Social Apartment

1-2 Storeys 2-3 storeys above 7 storeys

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Material: Concrete Common tube house is 2 to 7 storeys for serving one single


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Local Business

Site Constrains

Sun Path

Taking over the neighbour areas

We prposed each GFA is around 400m2. In this situation, some of the neighbour household will be taken over and become our site area. In addition, since the area in future development will be used for education facilities, which means in future the houses will be demolished.

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Winter

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Summer Material: Steel, Wooden

The inhabitants construct by themselves from individual house extend living spaces to stilt house in seafront area

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ditional Stilt House

1. Stilt House

Entrance VS alleys width

The selected site entrance is around 1.5m wide. However, the alley inside the areas are around 2.6m wide, which are not in propotion.

Section A-A

Share alley with vehicle

Inside the areas, the pedestrians and vehicles share the same alleys, which makes the alleys are congested and form a poor circulation

tment

Material: Wooden, Dry Grass

Material: Concrete

Material: Steel, Wooden

Underlying of wooden structure raises 1.5m to prevent flooding problems and for ventilation

The inhabitants construct by themselves from individual house extend living spaces to stilt house in seafront area

Built by govnerment and bank to provide better living quality and cheaper rent for younger generation.Was massive volume in vertically

ube House

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Section A-A

4. Social Apartment

SITE ANALYSIS IN Material: DISTRICT 4 Concrete Today are remained slender footprint in 4m width. But even

Material: Concrete Built by govnerment and bank to provide better living quality


Social Interview in District 4

Site Strategy

YOUNG/INDIVIDUAL

FAMILY MEMBERS LIVING PERIODS IN D4 DAILY ACTIVITIES OFF WORK

INTERVIEWERR 1

INTERVIEWEE 2

INTERVIEWEE 3

INTERVIEWEE 4

6 SON’S FAMILY GRANT CHILDREN 6.5 years

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3 years

20+ years

2 years

Visit an small opening space with limited equipments

Go to the water park in D11 Shopping center in D1 Community center in D4

Visit the market Visit the community center

Shopping center in D1 Entertaining space in D1 - Cinema - Pub

ACTIVITIES LOCATON/ PERIOD

After work: indoor Weekend: morningafternoon

After work: indoor Weekend: morningafternoon

After work: indoor Weekend: morningafternoon

COMMENTS

Space for sport center

Privacy space for family in community center

Knowledge session in community center

FAMILY BASE

USERS

STILT HOUSE TUBE HOUSE APARTMENTS

FLOODING TRANSPORTATION GROUPS

PROGRAM

After work: outdoor Weekend: afternoon-night High end facilities to feel belong

Existing Community Centre 1

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Common area PERFORMANCE SPACE

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Gym Selected site

Existing com centre

Edu facilities

Open space

BOTTOM CLASS BASIC CLASS ABOUT MIDDLE


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Building Case Study

Binh Thanh House

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BUILDING CASE STUDY

Location : Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Working Period: 2017.10.16-10.19


1. Wedding Palace

6. Stlit House

7. Open Space

8. Alley

Local Business

BUILDING CASE STUDYBINH THANH HOUSE Wind Path

Sun Path

Address Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Architect: Vo Trong Nghia, Shunri Nishizawa, Daisuke Sanuki Client:Private (two families, five members) Program:Private house Contractor: wind and water house JSC + danang company Consultant: VoTrong Nghia architects, sanuki + nishizawa architects Construction period: 2010-2013 Site area 140 sqm GFA 516.0 sqm Summer

Winter

Site Location

Building Typologies Traditional Stilt House

1. Stilt House

Material: Wooden, Dry Grass

Material: Steel, Wooden

Sunlight

Ventonilation

The inhabitants construct by themselves from individual house extend living spaces to stilt house in seafront area

Underlying of wooden structure raises 1.5m to prevent flooding problems and for ventilation

Desgin precedent: Tube House

2.Tube House

3. Tube House

4. Social Apartment

Tradition tube house

Material: Concrete

Material: Concrete

Material: Concrete

Common tube house is 2 to 7 storeys for serving one single family. And the divisity of roofs or French Colonial details

Today are remained slender footprint in 4m width. But even extends further back into streets blocks with longer volums

Built by govnerment and bank to provide better living quality and cheaper rent for younger generation.Was massive volume in vertically

- Narrow and Long - Boxy and rectangular base on the taxation law in old times - House large number of people - Most floors are private areas. - Lack of opening and living spaces

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Insert new open spaces aleternatively

BUILDING CASE STUDY

Spaces shift back and forth

Create solid and void Increase ventilation

Use pattern blocks facade to define spatial qualities.

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