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PORTFOLIO INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN

Pang Si Ling 3rd Year Student in Temasek Polytechnic, School of Design


CONTENT PAGE IAD Project 03 --------------------------------------------------------------- 4 – 5

EXTERNAL COURSE PROJECT --------------------------------------------- 20 – 21

RITMO

THE CRADLE – STAR PROJECT

IAD PROJECT 02 ------------------------------------------------------------- 6 – 7 MANGA INVADE

DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS ------------------------------------------------- 8 – 9 SKETCHING & RENDERING

DIGITAL MEDIA VISUALISATION & PRESENTATION --------------- 10 – 11 THE BISTRE

IAD PROJECT 01 ------------------------------------------------------------- 12 – 14 TRI - JACENT

FORM EXPLORATION ------------------------------------------------------- 15 -17 THE ANGULAR

CONSTRUCTION AND DETAILING ---------------------------------------- 18 – 19 WATCH TOWER

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RITMO IAD PROJECT 03, YEAR 2013/2014 This subject takes a issue-driven approach through which you will be given opportunities to explore issues pertaining to interior architecture through investigation and studies. You will also be required to generate design solutions to address the identified issue or environmental factors.


RITMO SOCIAL HUB FOR MUSIC LOVERS – IAD PROJECT 03

Using the word ‘rhythm’ in music as aspiration to design the space. Combining it with the contour of landforms which is inspired from the original landforms of cairnhill. Both combine together forms interesting rhythmic spaces.

Rendered image of the lounge The original building; cairnhill community center is located at the cairnhill estate within the newton area and it is seen to be the ideal residential estate for the wealthy. We are engaged by the People’s Association (PA) to propose a new use for this selected building. The challenge is to provoke inquiry into the cultural, societal, architectural and environmental issues surrounding design. By recreating the original building that caters for the majorities through the scheme of nightlife and other lifestyle activities. Results have concluded that majority of the residents enjoyed art related activities such as music. Hence, I proposed to recreate the space into a Music Social Hub, RITMO (‘rhythm’ in Spanish). The intention is to create an interactive space for different nationality, religion and age group among the residents to socialize and communicate, by creating a big gathering space and platforms for users to showcase their talents.

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MANGA INAVDE IAD PROJECT 02, YEAR 2013 This subject introduces students to concept development as a seamless process of design from the inception of a design idea to the resolution of the design process. It focuses on the physical development evidences of the design process as the key to externalizing conceptual thinking and development.


MANGA INVADE – IAD PROJECT 02

Located at Geylang Bahru Industrial Terrace, Block 88 Unit 6. Manga Invade is a SOHO apartment specially designed for an action comic book artist to suit her daily lifestyles. Incorporating her job into the apartment; invading the entire space with the essence of manga, creating a unique interior spaces.

The dynamic forms in the gallery area is translated from the word “Action”. Manga is originated from Japan , so the deconstructed origami concept was used to combine the “Action” together to create the Manga Invade. The enclosed gallery and the double-volume gives the entire space a dramatic contrast to the user, hence, the client will be able to experience two different ambience in one house.

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SKETCHING & RENDERING DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS, YEAR 2012 The subject introduces students to art and design fundamentals, aesthetic awareness and cultural appreciation. It will develop an understanding for the art and design processes, and enable us to reflect and see the world from a designer’s perspective. Through this subject students will discover how to express ourselves visually and with confidence in areas of art and design. The following page are some of my artwork done in the lesson.


Sketching & Rendering – Design Fundamentals I love drawing so I have enjoyed myself in this module, especially when we were required to sketch and shade objects or images. The only difficulties I faced was the use of different medium such as charcoal which is very new to me.

Reverse drawing of a statue using white pencil and chalk

Pen rendering of wolves fighting using stroke technique

Abstract drawing using pastel pencils

Charcoal drawing of a tree

Still life drawing of displaying objects using pencil

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THE BISTRE DIGITAL MEDIA VISUALISATION & PRESENTATION YEAR 2013 This subject introduces you to the use of the computer as a design tool in three-dimensional design creation and visualisation to effectively present ideas and concepts in the digital mode. The following page is my final rendered design of my space.


THE BISTRE – DIGITAL MEDIA VISUALISATION & PRESENTATION

The concept for this assignment is to design a cozy bedroom; using my current bedroom’s layout, with neutral tone colour of the elements. The combination of the furniture between various tones of brown with white, enhance the concept by bringing out the warm-feeling of the space.

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TRI - JACENT IAD PROJECT 01, YEAR 2012/2013 This subject serves as a platform to introduce the students to design projects. Exploratory and experimental in nature, it encourages students to develop varying perspectives in design approaches and processes, encompassing design conceptualization, visualization and expression of a set theme.


TRI – JACENT – IAD PROJECT 01 Inspired by the Crochet Technique that is used by Marc Jacobs in one of his fashion collection. Squares connected by a circle formed the crochet pattern on the clothing. Transforming the squares into triangular shapes and then inter-locking the spaces together; which the design principle, ‘Inter-Locking’ is being found. Using the folding method to design the space. Inspiration image and Wearable Art

Concept process and development

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TRI – JACENT – COLOURS AND LIGHT

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01 – 05. Different perspective views under warm lighting 06. Top view

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THE ANGULAR FORM EXPLORATION, YEAR 2012 This subject focuses on the sculpting of the building form and its implications on interior space design. It addresses issues pertaining to spatial concepts, resolution of geometry and form-function as vehicle for the study of the built environment that leads to the development of the spatial design vocabulary amongst students.


The Angular – FORM EXPLORATION

Concept By carving out some portions of a regular cuboid irregularly, it creates an angular form. This angular form has a lot of dynamic planes and spaces, all in different directions and sizes. These different dynamic spaces determine the mood of the individual spaces. Windows with different colour filters at different planes, further define the ambience of the space under the light source.

Processed model

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The Angular – COLOURS AND LIGHT

Colour filters were used in the model to add colours and create contrast with the white surface of the model. At the same time, it gives the space a different mood, depending the position of the light source. White light is used to bring out the colour blue and yellow filters, which were intentionally placed in a rhythmic pattern.

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WATCH TOWER CONSTRUCTION AND DETAILING YEAR 2013 This subject explains building construction elements, through comparison of structural and nonstructural function, to provide students with understanding of the constructional framework of the building and the parameters within which interior space can be altered and manipulated.


WATCH TOWER – CONSTRUCTION AND DETAILING Concept

Brief This assignment requires us to transform the original building; public toilet, into a watchtower located at the Bedok Reservoir. This watchtower is inspired by the overall shape and structure of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Make use of a main structure to construct the rest of the levels and adding architectural brackets to support each levels. The exposing of the floor-ceiling shows the construction method of the floor joints.

Final model

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THE CRADLE EXTERNAL COURSE PROJECT, YEAR 2013 The North-East Community Development Council organized a charity fund raiser event for the needy elders. Temasek polytechnic has been requested to design and create a sculpture made of paper stars.


THE CRADLE – EXTERNAL COURSE PROJECT

Artist Statement The cradle signifies the help and support for the elderly; the asymmetrical shape of the sculpture represents the hardships and difficulties that they faced in their current life. The lights represents the hope for a better future and the vibrant colours signify that there will always be happiness for them.

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