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portfolio Selected Works

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NIK HUSNI BIN NIK RUSDI BA (Hons) Architecture // RIBA Part 1 Manchester School of Architecture


CONTENT

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CURRICULUM VITAE

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PROJECT 01 STudio 3.1 & 3.2

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PROJECT 02 STudio 2.2

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PROJECT 03 STudio 2.1

Manchester Urban Market

Heaton Park Visitor Centre

Work + Live House

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NIK HUSNI BIN NIK RUSDI RIBA Part 1 Architecture Graduate PROFILE I am a recent architecture graduate from Manchester School of Architecture with good interpersonal skills as well as good proficiency in a wide range of IT softwares. I am looking for opportunities to gain knowledge and experiences in architecture field to enrich my competence and strength. PERSONAL INFORMATION

EDUCATION

Name : Nik Husni Bin Nik Rusdi Date of Birth : 10th August 1995 Gender : Male Nationality : Malaysian

2015-2018

BA (Hons) Architecture (2:1) Manchester School of Architecture

2013-2015

International Baccalaureate Diploma (40 Points) Kolej MARA Banting

Email Address nikhusni108@gmail.com Mobile no : +447745876360 (UK) Address : S54/993-D, Kubang Kerian, Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra, 16150 Kota Bharu, Kelantan Linkedin profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/ nikhusninikrusdi/

SOFTWARE SKILLS

2011-2012 Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (6A+, 2A, 1A-) Kolej PERMATApintar, UKM ACTIVITIES + EXPERIENCES 2017 2014

Media Officer // Manchester Intellectual Debate, University of Manchester Responsible to produce different kind of creative content and graphics for the event such as posters, brochures, infographics, promotional videos and others.

2013

Volunteer // Pusat Jagaan Siti Nor Aini, Kajang Assisted the caregivers in helping the elderly with their needs and daily activities.

Special Task Exco // Healing Hands Project, Kolej MARA Banting Worked with project team to fundraise money for school building construction in Kampong Chhnang, Cambodia.

LANGUAGES

EXHIBITION + COMPETITONS

Malay - Native Speaker English - Fluent

2018 Degree Show // Manchester School of Architecture Annual exhibition for final year undergraduate students to showcase their individual and group projects. 2017 All School Project // “The Way We Live Next: Intelligent C21 Housing Proposals” Proposed an imaginative and experimental scheme that examines the types of living in 21st Century. 2016 All School Project // “Smart City Project : Manchester Mixed Reality” Proposed the uses of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to redefine ‘smart’ in the context of a living, working city.

INTERESTS Sketching, Graphic Design, Photography, Video-editing, Travel

Adobe Photoshop -Advanced Adobe Indesign - Advanced Sketchup Pro - Advanced AutoCAD - Advanced Microsoft Office - Advanced Adobe Illustrator - Intermediate Premiere Pro - Intermediate Vray - Intermediate Revit - Basic REFERENCES Becky Sobell Senior Lecturer Manchester School of Architecture +44 161 247 6925 b.sobell@mmu.ac.uk Sarah Renshaw Associate Lecturer Manchester School of Architecture s.renshaw@mmu.ac.uk

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PROJECT 01

MANCHESTER URBAN MARKET STUDIO 3.1 & 3.2

INTRODUCTION Situated on the edge of the city centre, the scheme aims to promote sustainable local food production in the urban environment. A hybrid typology of public market and urban farm, the project offers opportunity for different functions and programmes in one scheme. The market will become a new hub for fresh produce market and urban agriculture in Manchester.

Design Statement To propose an urban food market that also plays a role as a hub for food production to promote healthy and sustainable local food system.

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

1:200 Physical Site Model

Design Strategy The diagram shows the design strategy for the scheme in term of the site zoning, programme, access, circulation, and visual relationship.

Test Models Explore form and massing of the building in relation to the site.

Programme Farming Area Access and circulation Visual connection

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SPATIAL ORGANIZATION The programmes of the building are arranged in the way that separate the private and the public as well according to their specific functions and activities.

entrance lobby market kitchen restaurant

food storage room office plant room greenhouse

staircase / lift circulation restroom rooftop farm

Adjacency diagram

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CIRCULATION Horizontal circulation The building has few entrances / exits which accomodate for the public, the staff as well as for emergency situation

Vertical circulation The vertical circulation comprises of staircase and lift which also provides facilities for disabled people and emergency situation.

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Ground Floor Plan LEGENDS 1. entrance lobby 2. market 3. kitchen 4. restaurant 5. food storage room 6. office 7. plant room 8. greenhouse 9. rooftop farm 10. restroom

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First Floor Plan

LEGENDS 1. entrance lobby 2. market 3. kitchen 4. restaurant 5. food storage room 6. office 7. plant room 8. greenhouse 9. rooftop farm 10. restroom

Second Floor Plan 7


GROW, SELL AND COOK

Relationship of food and people

The kitchen uses fresh ingredients directly from the farm to cook the meal to be served to the consumers

The fresh food products from the farm such as vegetables, herbs and fruits are sold in the market

The greenhouse grows crops in indoor environment by adopting hydrophonic method

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PRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPE

Community Farm Grow various crops in outdoor environment. Rooftop Farm Grow different types of herbs plants. Vertical Greenhouse Grow crops by using hydrophonic method.

Community garden for urban agriculture

The productive landscape or the farm acts as community garden that grow different crops which aims to promote urban agriculture in Manchester. The community involvement in the scheme intends to reconnect people through farming activity.

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APPROACHING THE SITE

Landscape defines the entrance

Located adjacent to the Fairfield Street, the main approach to the site is noticeable from the main street. The trees are aligned in the way that creates a path towards the main entrance of the building.

North Elevation

West Elevation

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RELATIONSHIP WITH THE RIVER

Creating a riverfront public space

The riverfront public space aims to connect people with the River Medlock where it becomes a place for leisure, a social area and a spot where people could relate with nature.

Section A-A

Section B-B

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STRUCTURE AND CONSTRUCTION

Beam to column connection

Composite Slab

Column to slab / foundation connection

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Construction Detail

Integrated Section

1. GREEN ROOF 2.DOUBLE GLAZED CURTAIN WALL 3.GREEN FACADE 4.STRUCTURAL STEEL COLUMN 5.STEEL CELLULAR BEAM 6.CONCRETE SLAB / FOUNDATION Compacted hardcore layer Reinforced concrete layer Damp proof membrane 75mm insulation 75mm screed layer Floor finish

1. SHEET METAL PARAPET CAP SLOPED TO DRAIN ROOF SIDE : SHIM AS REQUIRED 2.SHEET METAL PROTECTION 3.BATT FILL CAVITY INSULATION 4.PAVER WITH SHIM 5.LOOSE-LAID RETENTION TEE 6.ENGINEEREED SOIL 7.FILTER FABRIC 8.RESERVOIR 9.MOISTURE RETENTION LAYER 10.AERATION LAYER 11. THERMAL INSULATION 12 DRAINAGE LAYER

13.ROOT BARRIER 14.PROTECTION COURSE 15.THERMOPLASTIC WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE 16.CONCRETE CAST IN-SITU 17. CORRUGATED METAL DECK 18. STEEL STRUCTURAL BEAM 19. STEEL STRUCTURAL COLUMN 20.CURTAIN WALL MULLION 21. INSULATION 22.SPANDREL 23.(DOUBLE GLAZED) VISION GLASS 24.SUSPENDED CEILING

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PROJECT 02

HEATON PARK VISITOR CENTRE STUDIO 2.2 This project is about a visitor centre for the Heaton Park, Manchester. The scheme explores the concept of ‘gateway’ to signify arrival at the park and celebrate the transition between urban and park landscape, the city and open space. The main programme of the visitor centre is the educational space that focuses on dendrology, botany, and entomology.

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Ground Floor Plan

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Architectural Diagrams

Axonometric Drawing

Programme

Circulation

Private vs Public

Structure

Degree of Enclosure

Vegetation

Sun Path

Prevailing Wind

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Sectional Perspective

Design Development

Private vs Public

Courtyard

Circulation

View

Geometry

Form + Roof + Facade

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PROJECT 03

WORK + LIVE HOUSE STUDIO 2.1 This project is about a work/live unit for a botanist located in a suburban area in Manchester. The design process involves synthesising concept, tectonics, functional requirements, spatial organisation and volumetric composition whilst referring to site analysis. The final scheme presents a concept that addresses the everyday notion of ‘home’ as well as space(s) to allow the occupant to engage with their work.

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Ground Floor Plan

First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

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East Elevation

West Elevation

South Elevation

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Construction Detail

Integrated Section

1. Poured Concrete Foundation 2.102mm Clay Facing Brickwork 3.60mm Air Cavity 4.50mm Rigid Insulation Board 5.140mm Concrete Blockwork 6.100 x 19mm Softwood Skirting Board 7.Plaster finish, Painted 8.Window Frame 9.150mm Concrete Slab 10.1200 Gauge Polythene Sheet (Damp-Proof Membrane) 11.75mm Rigid Insulation Board 12.75mm Cement Sand Screed 13.20mm Timber Floor Finish 14.20mm Timber Floor Finish 15.30mm Rigid Insulation Board 16.150mm Concrete Slab 17.Ceiling Board 18.Ceiling Joist 19.Sheet Metal Coping Cap 20.Ceiling Joist 21. Ceiling Board 22.150mm Concrete Roof Deck 23.Vapour Control Layer 24.75mm Rigid Insulation Board 25. Waterproofing Layer

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