Chan Wai-Ting, Priscilla
MODULAR STRUCTURES: TEMPORARY EXHIBITION GALLERY Professional Diploma in Architectural Studies,HKU SPACE,2008 My project is a temporary exhibition gallery design with modular system, which was proposed by the head of architecture department (HKU SPACE) to join a design competition held by “Perspective Magazine” in 2008. Four exhibits were selected from the Hong Kong – Shenzhen Biennale Exhibition to display in this art gallery. Structure independently, mobility, transportable and simple installation are the core ideas of this project. It allows different combinations, which adaptable in multiple sites. Yau Ma Tei Community Centre Rest Garden,Kowloon is the first proposed site (above).
O p p osi te Mo d ul ar system ( white car ds, balsa) A b o ve P a rt of pr oposed site with exhibition galler y ( p hotom ontag e)
REVITALIZATION: CHINESE MEDICAL BATH Professional Diploma in Architectural Studies,HKU SPACE,2009 Proposed site is in Dragon Garden, Hong Kong, where Chinese Medical Bath is designed for revitalization. My main ideas are to provide a higher privacy and to create a peaceful atmosphere for the visitors to have variety medical treatments, like baths. Baths and function rooms are located base on 20 of section lines. I proposed with interesting spatial experiences, such as, circulations provide different level of views / lighting and people can interact with the landscape.
O p p osi te P a rt of footbath ( photom ontage) A b o ve S p ac e s ar e r esponded to landscape ( 3D r ender i ng ) R i g ht V a ri e ty of m edical baths and natur al ventilatio n s y s tem ( s k etches of p l an and s ecti on)
THES IS: FRAMEWORK BA(Hons) ARCHITECTURE, KINGSTON UNIVERSITY LONDON,2011 ‘Permanence’ From September 2010 to May 2011, the studio looked at the idea of ‘Permanence’ in relation to the built environment. The first location in Cornhill (Bishopsgate, London) at the beginning of a route known to the Romans as Ermine Street which passed through the city wall travelling towards Lincoln. The Second location set in Northumbria, which have to understand the rationale of a significant building in detail, Seaton Delaval Hall by Sir John Vanbrugh. At the end of the journey, a small museum is designed for conservation and display of Roman antiquity on a waterlogged woodland site situated on a stretch of the Roman route Ermine Street in Hertfordshire. In the thesis study, the ageing surfaces, forms of this city fabric and uncover its historical underpinning is aimed. This portfolio documents my thesis – Framework – investigation. A poetic of an architectural object is always in the deepest of my memories, although there are lots of redevelopment or conservation project currently in the world. However, ‘framework’ is one of the architectural elements, which is fine, detail and have the power to change the interior atmosphere, interested me. In this year, I was especially inspired by Gottfried Semper’s saying, ‘Tectonics of the frame, in which lightweight, linear components are assembled so as to embody a spatial matrix and the stereotomics of the earthwork, formed out if the repetitious stacking of heavy-weight units.‘
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BA(Hons) ARCHITECTURE, KINGSTON UNIVERSITY LONDON,2011 In Birchin Lane of Cornhill, I was inspired by the shop front with a very fine and detail of steel manufactured framework. It tells of my thesis â€“ Framework: Mass masonry with light infill frames.
Ab o v e P art of sh o p fro n t and fine details of steel m an- m ade fr amew or k ( p hoto and s ecti on d r aw i ng ) O p p o s i t e R e l ati on sh i p o f stone facade and shop fr ont ( 1:20 car ds and foam , 35 x 35 x 40 cm )
A b o ve S h o p Fr ont, elevation (char coal dr awing, A1 si z e) O p p osi te C o rnh ill, site plan (char coal dr awing, A1 size)
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Seaton Delaval Hall, Northumbria
BA(Hons) ARCHITECTURE, KINGSTON UNIVERSITY LONDON,2011 Sir John Venbrugh built the Hall in Baroque style from 1719 to 1728 and it have been listed Grade I in 1730. This is the final masterpiece of Vanbrugh, a comparatively modest mansion yet unique in the structural audacity of its style. It is located in a natural landscape with lots of field nearby and stretching over more than 900 years. This style had been lost in Britain after Sir John Venbrughâ€™s death in 1724. In 1822, there is a fire burnt out the central block. Although it was repaired and re-roofed in 1860, some stones blackened with smoke and destroyed are still left over(opposite).
Ab o v e P art of i nte ri o r el evation of door fr am ewor k ( photo and secti on d r aw i ng ) O p p o s i t e S ton e te xtu re (ru bbing dr awing, A1 size)
A b o ve E l eva tion detail ( 1:20 plaster cast m odel, 35 X 40 X 70 cm ) O p p osi te S o l i d and Void,elevation l ( 1:20 plaster cast mod el , 35 X 40 X 70 cm )
PRECEDENT STUDIES OF MUSEUMS BA(Hons) ARCHITECTURE, KINGSTON UNIVERSITY LONDON,2011 From Top Sculpture park visitors centre is diversification but one main circulation. Underground Gallery is tiny and simple. Lindisfarne Castle is L shape but dynamic circulation.
Ab o v e P l a n ske tc h , S cu l ptur e par k visitor s centr e, Yor kshir e ( ink d r aw i ng , A1 s i z e) Ri g h t P l a n ske tc h , U nd er gr ound Galler y, Yor kshir e ( ink dr awing , A1 s i z e) O p p o s i t e P l a n ske tc h , L i nd isfar ne Castle, Nor thum ber land ( ink dr aw i ng , A1 s i z e)
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BA(Hons) ARCHITECTURE, KINGSTON UNIVERSITY LONDON ,2011 The museum is located in the Roman route Ermine Street in Hertfordshire, where oak trees are all over the site. The museum is hidden from the public view that visitors can enjoy the natural environment by ride their bike or on foot.
Ab o v e V i e w fro m the main r oad to the site ( photo) O p p o s i t e On e o f th e sp ec i fic views, bir dbox ( photo)
CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT BA(Hons) ARCHITECTURE, KINGSTON UNIVERSITY LONDON ,2011 The site cast (above) from the cut of tree trunk inspired me. It gave me some ideas of the spaces in the museum.
Ab o v e S i te c a st (al g i na te, 10 x 6 x 0.2 cm ) Ri g h t C on c e p t d i ag ra ms ( sketch) O p p o s i t e S i te c a st (ch a rco al dr awing, A1 size)
A b o ve E l eva tion study ( white car d, 40 X 23 X 9 cm ) O p p osi te C o n c e pt developm ent ( sketch)
MUSEUM OF MILDENHALL TREASURE BA(Hons) ARCHITECTURE, KINGSTON UNIVERSITY LONDON ,2011 This model shows the core idea of the thesis. The masonry element seems to grow from the ground to create walls and roof. Also,exploring the plans, from organic form to elegant rectangular form, roof and walls are developed to respond different views of site.
Ab o v e T h e si s mo d el (p l aster , 40 x 23 x 9 cm ) O p p o s i t e E l e va ti on s o f th e sis m odel ( plaster , 40 x 23 x 9 cm )
A b o ve S i te j our ney ( char coal dr awing, A1 size) O p p osi te R oo f plan, floor plan and basem ent plan ( charcoal d r aw i ng , A1 s i z e)
LANDSCAPE BA(Hons) ARCHITECTURE, KINGSTON UNIVERSITY LONDON ,2011 Museum stands elegantly in the woodland, people can spend half day for the whole experience. Starting your journey from the entrance (opposite), where you can view the exhibition space. The natural environment was acted as the wallpaper of the museum.
Ab o v e L o n g sec ti on o f site ( water colour dr awing, A1 size) O p p o s i t e E ntran c e , e l eva ti on ( water colour dr awing, A1 size)
EXHIBITION SPACES BA(Hons) ARCHITECTURE, KINGSTON UNIVERSITY LONDON ,2011 1 entrance 2 reception 3 exhibition space 2 4 exhibition space 1 5 lower ground, toilet, office, storage, plant room
The Gr eat D i s h Rom an Br i tai n, 4th centur y AD Diameter: 605 mm
S i l v er d i s h w i th ni el l o d ecor ati on Rom an Br i tai n, 4th centur y AD Diameter: 556 mm
Tw o S i l v er p l atter s Rom an Br i tai n, 4th centur y AD Diameter: 188 mm
Four flanged silver bowls Roman Britain, 4th century AD Diameter: 300 mm
Fluted silver bowl Roman Britain, 4th century AD Diameter: 408 mm Ab o v e R o o ms (w ate rco l our dr awing, A1 size) Ri g h t A rtefa c t c a ta l og ue O p p o s i t e C orne r of th e museum , plan ( water colour dr awing, A1 siz e)
DETAILS BA(Hons) ARCHITECTURE, KINGSTON UNIVERSITY LONDON ,2011 Concrete construction with ten load-bearing walls and lightweight sky-frames, which are constructed in raft foundation. Solar gain, concrete allows passive solar gain to maximized during winter and it absorbs internal heart gain during the day to prevent overheating. In addition, large glazing facing south, and roof system help to reduce gain. Natural ventilation, the orientation sets up thermal currents within the building that ensure natural ventilation. The building not only has cross ventilation to prevent overheating, but also roof overhangs increase incoming flow of air. Artificial lighting, this building use down light to wash the wall, avoids direct lighting to affect the Artefact. Also the temperature of the exhibition spaces need to keep in 10-22C and humidity need to be 45-50% for metal Artefact.
Ab o v e In te ri o r p e rsp e c ti v e ( plaster m odel, 40 x 23 x 9 cm ) O p p o s i t e B u i l d i n g d i ag ra ms ( water colour dr awing, A1 size) f r o m t o p S ol ar g a i n, n a tu ral ventilation, ar tificial lighting
A b o ve Inte ri o r per spective ( plaster m odel, 40 x 23 x 9 cm ) O p p osi te A ssem bly diagr am s ( sketch)
A b o ve Th e si s detail, contr ast of white concr ete and s k y - fr am es i nfi l l ( w ater col our d r aw i ng , A1 s i z e) O p p osi te E xh i b i tion space 2 ( water colour dr awing, A1 s i z e)
Portfolio 2008-2011 Chan Wai Ting, P riscilla Address
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8 Mui Shu Hang Road, Tai Po, N.T.
Consultants Ms. Mr. Mr. Mr. Ms.
J ane Houghton Stephen Baty Andrew Budd Benjamin Yiu Mona Yeung
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