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RIDA L. KHAN CV & PORTFOLIO

M. ARCH Graduate B. ARCH Graduate

University of Sydney University of Sydney


RIDA L. KHAN CV Email

ridakhan.rlk@gmail.com

Availability

Mobile

+44 7851 843728

Qualifications

Web

issuu.com/ridakhan

Objectives

Nationality Languages

Part II Architect (2 years experience) Long

term

placement

English (native)

Arabic (basic)

Urdu (native)

Spanish (un poquito)

from

high

levels

of

initial

SD

through

CA. Continued

working steadily towards fulfillment of registration.

UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY Master in Architecture | Sydney, Australia March 2013 - Nov 2014

URBAN DESIGN ELECTIVE International Design Workshop | Taipei City, Taiwan Development of masterplan proposal for future Jingmei District July 2013 UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY Bachelor in Architecture | Sydney, Australia March 2009 - Nov 2011

KKM ARCHITECTS Graduate Architect | London, UK Sectors | Multi residential Sept 2015 - Feb 2016 DTB ARCHITECTS Graduate Architect | Newtown, Australia Sectors | Housing, Residential. Laboratories, Hospitals, Aged care Nov 2014 - April 2015 PMDL ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN Architectural Assistant | Crows Nest, Australia Sectors | Education, Faith, Commercial, High end retail, Masterplanning Dec 2012 - Dec 2013 NETTLETON TRIBE ARCHITECTS USYD Mentorship Program | Crows Nest, Australia March 2011 - March 2012 WILLIAMS RYMAN WONG SOLICITORS Law clerk | Castlereagh Chambers, Australia Jan 2009 - Feb 2010

to

development of professional architectural skills,

TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT EINDHOVEN Erasmus Exchange Program | Eindhoven, Netherlands Jan 2014 - July 2014

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

and

contribution on mid to large scale projects,

Australian

EDUCATION

1 week notice


COMPUTER SKILLS

PROFICIENT Vectorworks Rhinoceros Adobe creative suite [Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator] Microsoft suite [Word, Powerpoint, Excel] Vray render Model making WORKING KNOWLEDGE Google sketchup Autocad Archicad Revit Maxwell render Grasshopper

ARCHITECTURAL SKILLS

PREPARATION OF ARCHITECTURAL PACKAGES Planning applications Design documentation Tender packages Feasability studies Graphic design/3d modelling/visualisations PREPARATION OF DRAWINGS & SCHEDULES Joinery drawings Window & door schedules Finishes schedules Material boards Library management- liason with architectural product suppliers

AWARDS & ACTIVITIES

TEACHER AT ACADEMIA SOLIDARIA | March 2016 Volunteer English teacher at language academy for economically disadvantaged DEAN’S LIST OF EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE | May 2015 Master of Architecture | Presented to graduates of outstanding academic distinctions AIA HISTORY & THEORY AWARD | April 2015 Master of Architecture | Presented by the Australian Institute of Architects to one student in each NSW school of architecture who has recieved the highest aggregate marks in the discipline areas of History & Theory INVISIBLE TERRITORIES PUBLICATION & EXHIBITION | Nov 2014 Art work selected to be displayed at Central Park, Sydney & published in ‘Invisible Territories’ exhibition. EVOLO COMPETITION | April 2013 Entered submission for Evolo Skyscraper competition.

INTERESTS

A little bit about me....I like to travel and go cycling. Preferably simultaneously. In my spare time I produce stop motion videos and I like board games. Keeping the theme going I also adore books, which probably explains why I like writing, poetry & languages. I guess you could say I’m passionate about learning, keen to learn new skills and eager to meet new people!

REFERENCES

References available upon request.


RIDA L. KHAN CV & PORTFOLIO

M. ARCH Graduate B. ARCH Graduate

University of Sydney University of Sydney


RIDA L. KHAN PORTFOLIO OF SELECTED WORKS

Academic

Professional

Personal

01 2014 GRADUATE STUDIO Inverted Haus

04 KKM ARCHITECTS New Enterprise

05 GRAPHICAL ILLUSTRATION Explorer & Territory

02 2014 URBAN STUDIO Terminal

05 KKM ARCHITECTS Waterloo Road

06 GRAPHICAL ILLUSTRATION Uninhabited

03 2013 THEORY The Barbican

06 DTB ARCHITECTS Teo House

07 DTB ARCHITECTS Ingleburn Estate

08 PMDL ARCHITECTS St Augustines School


“The house I built for Gretl is the product of a decidedly sensitive ear and good manners, and expression of great understanding... But primordial life, wild life striving to erupt into the open- that is lacking.� * Wittgenstein


01 2014 GRADUATE STUDIO

I NV E RT E D H A U S Wittgenstein left a voluminous archive of unpublished papers, including 83 manuscripts, 46 typescripts and 11 dictations, amounting to an estimated 20 000 pages. Choosing among repeated drafts, revisions, corrections and loose notes editorial work has found nearly one third of the total suitable for print and in 2011 two new boxes of Wittgenstein papers were found. The growing amount of material available and being continuously discovered forms the driving force behind the need for an institute dedicated to housing and promoting the works of Ludwig Wittgenstein. The site for the institute is the one architectural object Wittgenstein designed, a house for his sister in Vienna. The proposed design will operate as a focal point for Wittgenstein studies. Its primary role will be to function as an archive, however secondary programming to address a variety of users (visiting scholars, general public) will also be provided in the form of Exhibition spaces, Seminar Rooms, Accommodation for researchers, and General Library spaces. There is a pre-existing tension between the house and the street, the house and its plinth, the house and itself. To explore the Wittgenstein House is an act of delving into Wittgenstein himself. A distinct sense of contrast exists between what the house reveals to the world (a simple white facade) and what it contains; (a complex sequence of spaces dictated by perfectionist ratios.) This notion of contrast parallels Wittgensteins life, a life spent between functioning in civil society, periodically followed by lapses into self imposed isolation. It is this notion of contrast and contradiction that compels one to ask: What if there was an existence of another version of the house? What if the house were to have an ‘uncanny’ twin? Through the course of this semester and through a series of methodological iterations this ‘uncanny twin’ has attempted to be revealed. Thus, the Inverted Haus. By creating an inverted copy of the house and then intersecting it with Wittgensteins original design, a complex sequence of spaces, thresholds and entry nodes were produced. In order to maintain the fragmented and ‘uncanny’ qualities of The Inverted, ladders and traversible platforms serve as the main circulation forms. Not only was the original house engaged by The Inverted, but also the plinth. The Inverted rises out of the plinth to create a new surface topography that functions as a public space and attempts at bridging the disparity between the original house and streetfront. Indeed, The Inverted is at once unpredictable and welcoming a mixture of public and private, friendly and hostile. The spaces created are at times ‘dehumanistic’ but it is these spaces that we find most interesting. It is down these dark corridors and underground labyrinths that we learn something new. Discover something different. About ourselves, the worlds around us and perhaps even the elusive Wittgenstein. This was one of the most exploratory and thus most enjoyable project I have worked on to date.


PROJECT CONTEXT | MACRO SCALE

01 Overall Context_Vienna

02 Site_Wittgenstein Haus

03 Site_Wittgenstein Haus

PROJECT SITE | EXTERNAL | INTERNAL

01 Street View_Kundmanngasse

02 Street View_Parkgasse

03 Street View_Geusaugasse

WITTGENSTEIN HAUS | FURTHER ANALYSIS

01 Overlaid Plans

02 Shifted on axis

03 Mirrored


SITE | WITTGENSTEIN HAUS

01 Section

02 SE Elevation

03 SW Elevation

04 NW Elevation

01 Basement

02 Ground Floor

03 First Floor

04 Second Floor

04 Radiator

05 Door Handle

04 Overlaid Plans

06 Windows & Door

05 Thresholds

06 Inverted


Perspective Elevation


Street front softened

Aerial view of plinth

Inverted Haus activating plinth space


06_Circulation

07_Reading rooms

05_Internal 06_Cafe & Bookstore

04_External 05_Accomodation

03_Revealing 04_Administration & BOH

02_Inverted Haus 03_Exhibition Spaces

02_General Library

01_Archives

Exploded Axonometric

Programming


WITTGENSTEIN HAUS | 1:100 PHYSICAL MODEL PHASE 2


WITTGENSTEIN HAUS | CONCEPTUAL MODELS

04 Overlaid Plans

04 Floating

05 Thresholds

05 Floating

06 Inverted walls & floors

06 Invading


Flexible SpacesReading corners, Seminar Rooms, Archives

Underground archives & Point of entry


Inverted circulation core


02 2014 URBAN STUDIO

T E R M I NA L Concept | Cultural Peninsula This project has been centered around an examination of the complex strategic issues surrounding the future use of garden island. The concept for this brief seeks to give the island back to the public and make it the new ‘cultural peninsula’ of sydney. Site | Garden Island, Sydney Garden island is held dually by the Australian Defence Force Navy and Thales (a French multinational company that designs and builds electrical systems and provides services for the aerospace, defence, transportation and security markets). Program | Cruise terminal & Cultural precinct Designed in conjunction with the ADF (Australian Defence Force) & Thales, the Terminal provides an incoming passenger processing facility. The building also serves a cultural-civic role, by functioning as an exhibition centre and function venue. The surrounding area has been planned to so that it operates as a new cultural precinct. Consisting of a Maritime Museum to tie in with the islands deep naval history, retail, cafes and communal gardening initiatives the zone effectively becomes a hub of different activities. The hub is sustained by the high tourist intake of the cruise ship passengers as well as community initiatives which caters to the neighbouring locals.


Phase 01 Navy: Program & ships remain at Garden Island/half move to Brisbane Thales: Program moved. Some Buildings demolished. Cruise: Area reclaimed. Terminal constructed.

Phase 02 Transport links: incorporation of Sydney Light Rail station and a new train station

Phase 03 Navy: No longer at Garden Islandcomplete relocation to Brisbane. Maintanence still at Graving Dock Thales: Program moved. Some Buildings demolished. Largely unaffected- maintanence still provided at Graving Dock. Cruise: Area reclaimed. Terminal construction completed.

Phase 03 Final incorporation of a continuous green ‘belt’ promenade and distributed green spaces. Promotion of local gatherings and community initiatives.


Site Entry


Exploded axonometric


03 2013 THEORY

T H E BA R B I CA N Concept | Graphical analysis Reyner Banham (English architectural critic) referred to the Barbican as ‘Britain’s largest voluntary ghetto’ due to its exclusivity, monoculture and single-class community. It has been described as the epitome of inaccessibility, and closed enclaves rather than integrated communities. However it remains a highly popular place to live. Its success has benefited from excessive public investments, advantageous site location, and quality performance spaces. The following project is an analysis of these spaces and an attempt at understanding how this large fascinating estate functions within a city that is continuously changing. Site | The Barbican Estate, London UK The chosen site for the Barbican is in financial district of London. Chamberlin, Powell and Bon’s target market were office workers who would be working in nearby surrounding areas. During WWII this area was heavily blitzed and suffered from heavy damage, this opened up the opportunity to build their design in the heart of the City. Program | Multi residential + mixed use + commercial + cultural The design for the Barbican Estate design includes both residential and public facilities. It covers 16 hectares with 13 terrace blocks and 3 residential towers housing 2014 flats for over 4000 people. It includes an arts centre, library, 2 schools, a museum, and outdoor garden squares and lakes.


Concrete The main materials chosen were concrete with a granite aggregate and hammered finish.

Brick To complement the concrete and balance the monolithic scale of the buildings a dull red brick was also selected. The extensive vegetation throughout the gardens and water elements softens and add texture to the palette.

Details CPB were heavily involved in the control of public element details. Standardisation of design elements such as bridges, balustrading and even lampposts, were key to the scheme maintaining a sense of continuity and tying the large site together.


Urban Planning In 1953, London was expanding rapidly, yet only 5000 people resided in the city. The project architects appointed for the Barbican Estate Site were: Chamberlin, Powell and Bon. AL IP IC UN R M INTE

GARDEN CITY

CENTRAL CITY

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LW AY

x 5000

They rejected Abercrombie’s popular garden city plan which advocated suburbanisation. They were interested in repopulating the City and this aim drove the design for the Barbican.

CONCORD/ ALLOTMENTS

Building Typologies PHASE 1: Spanned from 1964-75 with construction commencing on terrace blocks. PHASE 2: Involved completion of the towers. CPB were forced to add these to the scheme as The Corporation believed they would attract families- thereby wealthier clients. These towers house 20% of the units on site. PHASING & BUILDING TYPE PHASE 1 TERRACE BLOCKS PHASE 2 TOWERS

PHASE 3: This was the final phase (19751982) and involved the construction of amenities- such as the School for girls and the Arts Centre.

PHASE 3 ARTS CENTRE/ SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

Target Demographics The scheme was specifically tailored to a target demographic. The terrace blocks were aimed at young execs and high earners, whilst the towers were for families. DEMOGRAPHIC PHASE 1 TERRACE BLOCKS

PHASE 2 TOWERS


Terrace block analysis Within the terrace blocks, variations to the unit types can be seen in the number of bedrooms provided and amount of space given. CPB were heading a commercial project that was meant to be self subsidising after completionso they aimed these terrace units at a younger & wealthier clientele.

FLATS RUN DEPTH OF THE BLOCK-2 FLATS ON EACH FLOOR

178 FLATS/MAISONETTES

BEDROOM #1

This is evident through the spatial organisationBATHROOM large living room and bedrooms are provided with views out, yet W/C minimal space has been allotted for the kitchen.

NO CENTRAL CORRIDOR ONLY LIFT AND STAIRCASE ACCESS

6 STOREYS RUNS [E] TO [W]

KITCHEN

Moreover, the living room is designed to receive light from 2 points, whilst the kitchenwhich CPB assumed would only be used in LIVING AREA the evenings doesn’t receive any natural light.

BEDROOM #1

BEDROOM #2

PHASE 1 TERRACE BLOCKS DEFOE HOUSE

BATHROOM W/C

KITCHEN

LIVING AREA

PHASE 1 TERRACE BLOCKS DEFOE HOUSE


Tower analysis The Barbican Estate contains three of London’s tallest residential towers. At 42 storeys high they stand 123m tall. And were surpassed only in 2009.

3 FLATS ON EACH FLOOR ORGANISED AROUND LIFTS & EMERGENCY STAIRS

These towers house 3 units per floor with centralised circulation. They have a compact unit layout with a long corridor leading to a large open plan living/dining area. Again views are provided from the spaces which CPB thought would be most used (the lounge and bedrooms). 108 FLATS 3 PENTHOUSES

Unit arrangements on each floor follow a triangular formation with shared circulation and amenities located towards the core. The plan shows 3 lift cores acting as ‘private vertical circulation’ for each unit suggesting a closed off community. However, access to each balcony appears to be quite free and UTILITY open, contracting the privacy suggested by the lift cores. KITCHEN

BEDROOMS 1-4

TERRACE

NO CENTRAL CORRIDOR ONLY LIFT AND STAIRCASE ACCESS

LIVING/ BEDROOMS DINING AREA

1-4

PHASE 2 TOWERS CROMWELL TOWER

43 STOREYS

TERRACE

BATHROOM #1 & #2

UTILITY

KITCHEN

LIVING/ DINING AREA

PHASE 2 TOWERS CROMWELL TOWER

BATHROO #1 & #2


04 KKM ARCHITECTS 2016

NEW ENTERPRISE Site | New Enterprise House, 149-151 High Rd, Chadwell Heath Program | Residential Brief | The scheme had received prior approval for conversion of 1st5th floors, and part of the 6th floor to residential and there is a current planning application for a 2-storey extension onto the existing roof and the infill of part of the Ground Floor to provide further residential accommodation. There were some concerns raised by the Planning Department regarding some of the design decisions and the applicant then appointed KKM Architects to consider the issues that were raised, and consequently KKM contacted Barking and Dagenham Council to discuss the design proposals. Over the past two months KKM Architects have been developing the design for the proposed works and following communications with the Planners the current drawings and information are to replace the current proposed drawings. This document seeks to explain the reasoning and process behind the design modification. Role Overview | 1. Preparation of a design application 2. Amended previous set of drawings 3. Preparation of architectural drawings and visualisations (Vectorworks & Sketchup) 4. Submission to council/relevant authorities for approval/comment


Materials External Wallpale grey cladding RAL 7047

Bricks (Ground floor)pale grey with dark grey banding

Windows & Doors UPVC colou floor)anthracite grey RAL 7016

11

1

400

687

safety railing

3000

Roof Top Level +32.157

proposed extension

8th Floor Level +28.470

3000

FT

Roof Floor Level +31.757

Balconettes (6th-8th floor)grey RAL 7037

7th Floor Level +25.470

3600

for larger scale see DWG 215025/160

3600

6th Floor Level +21.870

3600

5th Floor Level +18.270

3600

4th Floor Level +14.670

3600

3rd Floor Level +11.070

3600

2nd Floor Level +7.470

3870

1st Floor Level +3.870

accessible ramp to upper level

access to bins & ground floor parking

entrance (unit 1 & 2)

entrance (unit 3)

For larger scale see DWG 215025/150

main entrance

entrance (unit 4)

for larger scale see DWG 215025/155

residential units to be formed from ground floor parking area

Draft: 04th Dec. 201

Proposed West Elevation (Mill Lane Elevation)

revision date status general notes

Elevation & Mass/Scale The initial planning application proposed the conversion of the commercial spaces on the sixth floor to residential and the construction of two further floors (7th & 8th floors). The initial design proposed repeating the commercial floor to ceiling heights on these top two floors (this is a floor-to-floor height of 3.6metres for each of the top two floors). Following our instruction we considered that this height was too excessive. It made the flats appear poorly proportioned, required excessive heating, and was expensive to construct. We felt that the possibility of introducing a residential scale was beneficial therefore by reducing the floor-to-ceiling height we are able to provide more appropriately proportioned flats, as well as lower the overall height of the proposed building.

project

Do not scale from these drawings; these drawings are for planning purposes only. KKM Architects take no responsibility for any construction drawings produced from these drawings. This drawing and design is the copyright of KKM Architects and is not to be used for any purpose without their consent. This drawing to be read in conjunction with all Consultants information.

scale

0

1

3

5M

New Enterprise House, 149-151 High Rd Chadwell Heath

scale

1:100 @A1

notes

Preliminary date

drawn by drawing

Nov 15

RK

21502

for

Semilarhus Development Ltd

drawing title

Proposed West Elevation

KKM

architects

81 Mayg London,

Telephone Fax E-mail info@k


Originally Submitted Proposed West Elevation

Originally Submitted Proposed West Elevation

Current Proposed West Elevation

Current Proposed West Elevation

Principal external finish is to be EnviroCryl. This is an acrylic cladding pale grey RAL 70 polymer based top-coat and is a highly water repellent finish. projecting porch with profil We are proposing the pale grey dark grey brick banding (RAL 7047- Telegrau 4) for the brick grain. external finish, pale in a grey smooth This pale grey colour effectively UPVCwill windows/doors (anthracite greyGrey RAL 7016 compliment the Anthracite window frames that are also being metal railing proposed.

Ground floor units entrance (unit 1 & 2)

Draft: 19t revision date

notes


Proposed rooftop garden and PV panels

Proposed rooftop garden

Draft: 18.11. revision status

Proposed rooftop garden

Roof Garden

general notes Do not scale from these drawings; these drawings are for planning purposes only. KKM Architects take no responsibility for any construction drawings produced from these drawings. This drawing and design is the copyright of KKM Architects and is not to be used for any purpose without their consent. This drawing to be read in conjunction with all Consultants information.

This roof garden will be accessible for all the resident in the 1st to top floors of the building. The roof garden is set back form the perimeter of the building, and this will ensure that the potential to disturb neighbours is limited. It has been divided into manageable areas which are a comfortable and usable scale scale

We have also introduced 62 PV panels onto the roof, as suggested in the energy consultant’s report. This is isolated from the area that is accessible by the residents. The Post Planning design team will be developing all aspects of the design further but the drawings above convey the principle of the design.

project

New Enterprise House, 149-151 High Rd Chadwell Heath

scale N/A

date

notes

Preliminary date

drawn by

Nov 15

HD

for

Semilarhus Developme nt Ltd

drawing title

Proposed: Rooftop Amenity Space - 3D view

KKM

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81 Lo

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Floor Level

70

ViewView of proposed of proposed modifications modifications of of the ground the ground floor floor

Detail of main entrance Detail of main entra

Draft: 18.11.15 Draft: 18.11.15 revision status general notes

general notes

project

project

scale House,N/A

House, New Enterprise Do not scale from these drawings; thesethese drawings Do not scale from drawings; New these Enterprise drawings are for planning purposes only. KKM Architects are for planning purposes only. KKM Architects 149-151 High Rd 149-151 High Rd take no responsibilitytake for any construction drawings no responsibility for any construction drawings Chadwell produced from theseproduced drawings. from This drawing and these drawings. This drawing andHeath Chadwell Heath design is the copyright of KKM Architects and is design is the copyright ofnot KKM Architects and is not for for to be used for any purpose without to be used fortheir anyconsent. purpose without their consent. This drawing to be read conjunction withread all in conjunction with all Thisindrawing to be Ltd Consultants information. Consultants information.

Floor Level 70

date

notes

Preliminary date

Nov 15

Semilarhus Development Semilarhus Development Ltd

scale

scale

drawing title

drawing title

Proposed: Proposed: Main entrance - 3DMain view entrance - 3D view

revision status

date

notes

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drawn by scale drawing no. date rev. drawn by drawing no. N/A

KKM

architects

HD

Nov 15 215025/156

HD

215025/1

81 Maygrove Road, London, NW6 2EG

81 Maygrov London, N

Telephone 020 7328 8122 Fax 020 7328 9849 E-mail info@kkmarchitects .com

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main entrance

revision status general notes

Ground floor - Main Entrance

Entrance Porch

project

Do not scale from these drawings; these drawings are for planning purposes only. KKM Architects take no responsibility for any construction drawings produced from these drawings. This drawing and design is the copyright of KKM Architects and is not to be used for any purpose without their consent. This drawing to be read in conjunction with all Consultants information.

scale

0

New Enterprise House, 149-151 High Rd Chadwell Heath

The existing entrance porch is a triangular shape in plan at present and has a strong commercial feel. In order to introduce an entrance that would be more appropriate for residential type of accommodation we have proposed a more rectilinear design for the porch. The original roof of the porch is to be retained. The adjacent images show that the porch is an appropriate scale and design . Also it will convey a more residential emphasis to the main entrance into the building

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Detail Elevation - Main Entrance Porch

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05 KKM ARCHITECTS 2015

WATERLOO ROAD Site | 250 Waterloo Road, Southwark, SE1 Program | Mixed use + office + residential Brief | KKM was employed to submit the Design & Access Statement for the proposed extension, refurbishment and part change of use for the building at 250 Waterloo Road. The redevelopment strategy responds to site limitations and demonstrates principles of urban and architectural design that respects the local character of the area and the privacy of the neighbouring residents. The proposal involves the construction of two new storeys totalling 9 storeys with introduction of residential accommodation and the increase in commercial floor space of the existing building located within the city, in close proximity to Waterloo, Lambeth North and Southwark stations, in the London Borough of Southwark. The proposal seeks to make efficient use of the site, respond to the site constraints, enhance the street scape along Waterloo Road and to develop the building use in line with the planning policies appropriate to this location. Role Overview | 1. 3D visualisation of curtain wall facade 2. Preparation of design document indicating construction options for ‘Glass box’ winter balconies. 3. Designing and 3D modelling of architectural facade details (for eg. Column-floor/Column-beam joints)


‘Glass-box’ - Structural Concept Option 1

roof structure fixed back to face of rc downstand

waterproof membrane and insulation over roof structure to mitigate cold bridge drainage connection will be required as per winter balcony strategy

vertical steel supports

horizontal steel supports fixed back to existing rc slab vertical steel supports curtainwall face fixed back to front of steel frame horizontal steel supports fixed back to existing rc slab vertical steel supports

horizontal steel supports fixed back to existing rc slab

Cantilevered Structure

insulation to underside of frame and up to curtain wall junction to mitigate cold bridge

Structure with Curtainwall

Proposed structural option for ‘Glass box’ structure

250 Waterloo Road 17th September 2015

Residential: Opening Windows & Winter Balconies

Part 3D Visualisation Section

Office Floors: Fixed Glazing

Development Sketches: Curtainwall Design Proposed curtain wall facade showing column-beam details 250 Waterloo Road

Proposed Elevation

Part Elevation Detail: Waterloo Road

Road Proposed Waterloo Section Part Section Detail:


Proposed Street View (Planning Approved)

Proposed Street front elevation (Planning Approved)

PlanningPlanning ApprovedApproved

Developed Developed with Wincona with Wincona Details Details

Part Elevation Part Detail: Elevation Detail: Proposed Street front elevation Waterloo Road Waterloo Road (developed with Wincona windows)


04 DTB ARCHITECTS 2015

TEO HOUSE Site | Burwood, Sydney Program | Residential Brief | Alterations & additions to the rear of an existing residential house Role Overview | 1. Design application- amended previous set & submitted to council/relevant authorities by RK 2. Tender set- drawn & tender coordinated by RK 3. Construction set- drawn by RK 4. Various other responsibilities: site meeting, contractor liason, client liason, supplier/products sourcing, contract admin, sourcing of suitable client-architect agreements, etc. My role began with preparing and submitting a set of amended drawings to council for construction approval. Once approval was recieved, we began the preparation of tender set. Tender package was issued and a succesful contractor was selected by the client. Dtb were then retained in the role of superintendants/project managers on behalf of the client. Contracts were signed and a final price agreed upon. Construction set was prepared and released to contractor. Construction was to commence in 5 weeks time, lasting for an estimated period of 14 weeks. after which the contractor would be legally obliged to pay liquidated damages to the client. My role on this job was very fulfilling, I had the chance to see this project go from simple design drawings to something tangible and real. I learnt a great deal whilst on this project, as I was given more responsibilty than I have previously experienced. I appreciated what it’s like to coordinate a job from design through to construction phase.


CONSTRUCTION DETAIL


05 DTB ARCHITECTS 2015

INGLEBURN ESTATE Site | Ingleburn, Sydney Type | Social housing Brief | Provide a feasability study for the rezoning of spaces & the cost of simple upgrades to over 600 dwellings within Ingleburn housing estate Role Overview | 1. Feasability drawings- Document set up and base drawings drawn by RK 2. Proposed plans (sketched/designed by director)- drawn by RK 3. Feasability study of demolition/upgrades to garage ports- calculated by RK


FEASABILITY STUDIES


06 PMDL ARCHITECTS 2012

SAINT AUGUSTINE’S COLLEGE Site | Brookvale, Sydney Brief | Provide a master plan for St Augustines future development Program | Education Role Overview | 1. Site survey- cleaned by RK 2. Vectorworks 3D model- site, terrain, buildings set up and modelled by RK according to survey. 3. Perspectives & views- set up, rendered, photoshopped by RK


3D Views for client marketing purposes


10 GRAPHICAL ILLUSTRATIONS 2014

EXPLORER & TERRITORY The following is a collection of graphics that have been concieved based on lines of thought expressed during my Theory classes. My aim was to explore the notion of territories, spaces, connections, the body. I believe an image can be highly powerful in evoking a particular sensation subconsciously. It is this that I find fascinating, hence I tend to use photoshop to montage graphics that seem at once abstract yet familiar. My aim was to evoke. What exactly? You decide.


Deterretorialisation I am as much the earth as it is me. There is no boundary between us. And in that connection there is a sense of being boundless. For I am connected. Experiencing the chaosmos through my deterretorialisation. I am free.

Published in Invisible Terrtories catalogue & exhibited at Central Park, Sydney


Invisible Territory In the action of reaching out for a book there is a power. An establishment of a world. A world marked by boundaries. Of territories. In the reading of a book we fall into a world. An invisible territory. Published in Invisible Terrtories catalogue & exhibited at Central Park, Sydney


11 GRAPHICAL ILLUSTRATIONS 2011

UNINHABITED What do dehumanistic spaces look like? An explorartion of what makes a space uncomfortable, & uncanny.


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