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RMIT Architecture Major Project Catalogue Semester 1 2017


Major Project Catalogue, Semester 1 , 2017 Prof. Vivian Mitsogianni Ian Nazareth John Doyle Vicky Lam A/Prof Paul Minifie Designed and Produced by Ian Nazareth Tess O’Meara Laua Bailey

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RMIT Architecture Major Project Catalogue Semester 1 2017


Contents Introduction, Professor Vivian Mitsogianni...01 What is Major Project?...02 Radicalising Gladstone Park, Amy Carroll...03 The A-OK, Allan Burrows...04 Gentrify This, David Carroll...05 Mon Mon, Danny Truong...06 Matilda, Esteban Montecinos...07 Now Boarding, Dan Schulz...08 Diversion Tactics, Matt Dwyer...09 The Ministry of Happiness, Dale Scholesser...10 Re: Dream, Michael Lopes-Vieira...11 Remaking The 8, Fiona Plaisted...12 Civic Interruptions, Lauren Garner...13 100% A. Dre, Jack Mansfield-Hung...14 All Things May Trend Towards Entropy, Maia Cookson...15 Zuckerburb, Otis Filley...16 The Unfinished City, Oskar Kazmanli-Liffen...17 Beyond Babylon, Jishi Pan...18 Particulate Resolutions, Sebastian Nicht...19 Turtles All The Way Down, William Grosby...20 Sleep Sanctuary - A Retreat with Dreamscape, Qixin Xie...21 Instant Classic, Thomas Muratore...22 Around The Bend: A New Normal, Damon Douglas...23 The Isle, Aaron Roberts...24 A Place For A Pool, Eleanor Morgan...25


Chinese Social Center Box Hill, Han Chen...26 Sky Forest Community, Huhan Dai...27 Everything Must Change, Leona Dusanovic...28 Story Of Yesterday - A Cautionary Tale, Siman Wang...29 Unboxing The Hill, Melissa Xiao Ern Tiong...30 No Place Like A Trophy Home, Wing Kit Vicky Li...31 New Hutong City, Xiaoyu Zhang...32 Turning Solid Into Void Into Solid, Yiran Liu...33 The River Of Mist, Dion Srkulj...34 Urban Degustation, Tianbo Zhou...35 Above The Roof, Jijiang Song...36 City Of Cloisters, Danica Yee...37 Wrapping Sunshine -Sunshine Textile Centre, Shibo Du...38 This Is Atherton Gardens, Zilong Lu...39 Sea Change, Georgia Babidge...40 Reciprocity, Jacqueline Berry...41 Hypachelium, Adrian Vocale...42 Hyperbia, Manodya Perera...43 Unlikely Adjacencies Born Of Underutilised Spaces, Elke Howard...44 Suburb Hub, Jingyun Chang...45 The Vending Library, Nurul Khalisha Mohd Tajul Hasnan...46 Sunshine, Samuel Conkie...47 Xiancun Village Library, Zhen Tian...48 Supervisors Semester 1, 2017...49 Students Semester 1, 2017...50


Introduction

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Architecture schools should be concerned with experimentation that challenges the apparent self-evident certainties and accepted orthodoxies of the discipline (in its expanded definition), the underlying assumptions about what architecture is and can contain, and what it should do next. Architecture schools need to ensure that their graduates have all the professional competencies that are required for professional practice and registration. But Architecture schools should also lead the struggle to challenge the default conventions of the discipline. The architecture school should strive to point towards possible futures not yet evident within existing understandings of the discipline and wider cultural/political terrains. Architecture is about ideas. It is part of a wider cultural sphere and a way of thinking about the world in a broader sense. Knowledge and learning in architecture do not finish in the academy but require continued learning and a level of receptive agility from the architect, throughout the architect’s life. The rapidly changing economic and cultural conditions in the extended fields that architects engage with necessitate this, requiring, but also opening up possibilities for, new types of knowledge, fields of engagement and practices.

The Major Project Medals The Anne Butler Memorial Medal, endowed in honour of an outstanding emerging practitioner, is awarded to a Major Project that exemplifies the goals of Major Project. The Peter Corrigan Medal celebrates the project that is most critical, political and culturally engaged. It is awarded to a student with a strong independent vision in honour of Professor Peter Corrigan who taught successive generations of architects at RMIT for over 40 years.

The architecture student’s graduating Major Project – a capstone for the formal design degree – should not merely demonstrate the competence and skill they acquired in the course. These are base expectations on entry into the graduating semester. The graduating project is an opportunity to speculate through the work and to develop ideas that will serve as catalysts for future, lifelong investigations.

The Antonia Bruns Medal, endowed to recall Antonia’s interest in the relation between film and architecture, is awarded to a Major Project that investigates the relationship between architectural representation, association and perception.

The project should lay bare considered attitudes, brave speculations and leaps of faith, pursuing these with rigour and depth. We would hope that the projects are ambitious, brave and contain propositions relevant to their time. We would hope that students experiment – in whatever form this might take – and engage with difficult questions, contributing not merely to areas that are well explored, but to what is yet to come. Experimentation though, in the graduating project, as well as in the design studio, comes with the risk of failure. But failure can be cathartic – it is an essential possibility tied to innovation.

The Leon van Schaik 25th Anniversary Peer Assessed Major Project Award celebrates Prof. Leon van Schaik’s arrival as Head of Architecture at RMIT 28 years ago. It is decided by all Major Project voting for what they view as the most adventurous and future-embracing project of the semester.

At RMIT Architecture we understand well the ethos and importance of experimentation and we have longstanding processes to reward it, importantly through our grading and moderation processes. In the RMIT architecture programs, we call this ‘venturous ideas-led design practice’.2 ‘To be ‘venturous’ is to be brave and take risks. What we hope is happening here is that students are learning to establish their own explorations which they can constantly reconsider and navigate through future conditions that may not resemble present understandings of practice. Competencies and experimentation can happily co-exist. We aim to educate students to engage with architecture’s specific characteristics unapologetically, and to not be afraid of its complex, uncertain and liquid nature. We aim to prepare our graduates to engage in and contribute to a broader world of ideas and to eventually challenge our ability to judge with new, challenging and meaningful propositions.

Professor Vivian Mitsogianni Deputy Dean and Head, Architecture & Urban Design RMIT University

01 For an expanded version of this text see Mitsogianni, V. (2015). Failure can be cathartic! The design studio - speculating on three themes In:

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Studio Futures: Changing trajectories in architectural education, Uro Publications, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 25-31 ‘Venturous’ is a term also used by RMIT Professor Leon van Schaik and Professor Richard Blythe in relation to the RMIT Design Practice PhD

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model, originated over 25 years ago by van Schaik, who states ‘Design Practice Research at RMIT is a longstanding program of research into what venturous designers actually do when they design’ .


What is Major Project? In Major Project, students are expected to formulate an architectural research question and develop an articulate and well-argued architectural position through the execution of a major architectural design project.

RMIT Architecture values ambitious, adventurous projects; those that demonstrate new and pertinent architectural ideas or show how established ideas can be developed or transformed to offer deeper understandings. The best major projects take risks and attempt to see architecture anew. Major Project should form the beginning of an exploration of architectural ideas that can set the agenda for the first ten years of original and insightful architectural practice. The nature of the project is not set, and the scope of the brief and site is established by the student in consultation with their supervisor as the most appropriate and potentially fruitful vehicle for testing and developing their particular area of architectural investigation. Typically, major projects proceed in a similar way to design studios – with the difference being that students themselves set their brief and topic of investigation. The research question and architectural project will often develop in parallel and it is expected that the precise question and focus of the project will be discovered and clarified through the act of designing. This process is iterative and develops through weekly sessions. Projects are also formally reviewed at two public mid semester reviews before the final presentation. Major Projects have ranged from strategic urban and landscape interventions with metropolitan implications, through to detailed explorations of building form, materiality, structure and inhabitation; to detailed experimentation in the processes and procedures of architectural production. It is expected that Major Projects will develop a particular and specific area of interest that has grown during a student’s studies, rather than merely complete a generic and competent design. Often these specific interests will develop in relation to those of supervisors – we encourage students to work closely with their supervisors to build on mutual areas of expertise and interest. It is understood that major projects will differ in scope, scale, kinds of representation produced and degree of resolution; with these factors depending on the nature of the architectural question and accompanying brief. Emphasis should be placed on producing a coherent and complete project, where proposition, brief, scale, degree of resolution and representation work together to provide a balanced, convincing and focused expression of architectural thought. There is no expectation that Major Project be ‘comprehensive’ in scope. Rather, the aim of the subject is to establish, through the completion of a major design work in a rigorous manner, a well-argued architectural experiment that has the potential and richness to engender future explorations and that will sustain the student for the next ten years of their architectural practice. A high level of skill and a demonstrated knowledge of existing architectural ideas is an important component of a successful major project, however the goal should not be to demonstrate a professional level of accepted best practice. Rather it is an opportunity to demonstrate new kinds of knowledge and ideas through architectural form. _Excerpt from Major Project Briefing Notes 2017

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This project explores the possible transformation of a suburb in the context of the digital age, where the (actual, physical) social realm, and hence our ability to engage with the city and with one another, is ever-shrinking.

Gladstone Park, bordered by two freeways and a creek gully and disconnected from Melbourne’s major public transport systems, remains largely unchanged since its inception as a major tract housing development in the early 70s. Its urbanism epitomises the insularity and conservatism generally associated with the suburbs. Its major “civic” components are a shopping centre and a handful of dry, unactivated “reserves”. Its population is steadily decreasing. It is, however, near the airport.

With all public programs situated along a new (archetypal Australian) main street, in an accessible and nonhierarchical architecture that privileges the real and the everyday, Gladstone Park now invites participation, improvisation and the exchange of differences - essential to the idea of the city as a vital public sphere. ibr ry

This project reimagines Gladstone Park as an autonomous “town” that, at a time where a third of the world’s population are displaced, acts as an “arrival city” for an influx of refugee immigrants. This brief establishes a reciprocal relationship – Gladstone Park offers the potential of “home”, and its new arrivals offer the potential of evolution into a place of social and cultural vitality.

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Septem of officers extent, new bowls was indulged , SALE lour 7th AND for due WILLIAMS AUCTION nwith Thursday Mrs. FINANCIAL nominations party, together REALISING chiefly bus item for a euchre threo combined ESTATE, IMPORTANT AGENTS, Again competition, itemwyas whicli::s a shooting syllabus The skill is success. INSURANCE Of Well-Situated well ber, a great as STREET erfulprize. a proved friends screen, donatilg SUBURBAN and 3 RUSSELL their by off the e. CITY Emmins to the-uk occupied requires. have r knowledg ready' handicanide livities to be seen to good thleiir recently Flemington for Doug's.'proc comes remains Methodists. it it Premises Co.), i A.W.A. and of (at That when Essendon follow INVESTMENT is one The prize Cornwell ROAD. preaches from Essendon at Es ES Fairbanksis. invitation. of Happiness 1st J. Davis-can be held will ALEXANDER to their whati.e name It Stipe on MIT. the respolnse services practises Mrs. Paton, that He : P America. hel Special Church well And 790 it. or s: so Methodist on Gen steps.. it ESSENDON takers were:-Ladie Vohns" as England thle booby North in thle lie practises sdndon. when r, That from 'flBar Post Office). Williamst Mr. and at Mrs. Corlett, Ponds. anywhere 3rd Septembe of instructions prize; 1st (Opposite stick Insurance prize; theatre Under Fire AGENCY in Moonee humour, the Con of a and and the: end same Mr. Aldridge, to fill Sunday next, president the Leading for ents is tlemeri: EXECUTORS and A. Agents Madsen, sufficient Refreshm Doug, . : Offices. Rev. LIMITED 11 a.m., booby. before up at TRUSTEES THE Saturday. enjoyable preach lat COMPANY Gidney; will a most be long followed the N, 879 Ascot. not ference, at at 7 p.m., concluded the That will 'Phone: of quiet M. E. McCRACKEEstate Mrs. dancing by capturing was anthems And in when Mr. W. J. Northey Business One new Park'success service, and Executrix evening. deceased August. The col Executors being choral ter N, & CO. in Hurdle. is meeting 'in ; McCRACKE mare be rendered. second will and the The membersEs Comedy Coil be for ALEXANDER solos elected. thle NATTRASS D, was will That H. to the NORMAN to T. member : each bound MABEL Fatty." at is a lection donation . " and 2 to send and now MIIELBOURNE NORTH Hos Audacious just FINANCE cot (Base decided alias HOTEL"-(Brick funds. on land ESTATE, for their Trust AGENTS. BAYVIEW worth Dashing, A.W.A. offices), the before and having an 1.--"THE ARBUCKLE, 9 rooms sendon iS Lot Tramway. INSURANCE Sin. long. cellar, by 67ft. ROSCOE discussed also a Featuring of bar. aid withl STREET. a 4ft. in That .Rongapoi Inimitable They storied, Evening" BrIunsiick-Colurg with to VICTORIA pital). and the in donncction tin. a conference 24ft. STREET, minid to call to im TERRACE. "Advertisement is consider intended MUNSTER It along STAWELL he is bound into funds. to STREET--3 councils way *** passage patriotic Williams VICTORIA to 358 2 6 rooms, interested the 4 and 418. present 35 of he had of the Ascot Sale. Lot2.--Noes. placed COTTAGES terrace wiis outing of extending Telephone: Realising BRICK Munster question along Attached Brunswick, 5in. G tile the with by 62ft. is an That Boyeo of land 5ft. point on on tiamray auctioneer, way. Saturday Graham, D. TERRACE-Ter termina~ting sion passage 31st to a 4lt electric J. Demand 9in. and 35ft. Carlton Thursday, 2 to 6 MUNSTER on land saddle. to-dlay, Coburg 3.--Nos. to hold of the Lot Arnold, Cottages i Queensberry wer nounced Brick corner cor Street. at Miessrs. of 3 Old race to the to Stawell from the p.m., That his supporters the ticke "Arnold at 2.30 through Carlton, to e inst., time rooms, with left streets, streets. the auction by 82ft. 5in. Swanston to a Now's Co.'s way, Inadeline happen and proper a realising phone increases. Best and for of Lonsdale your and Daily ner NEWMARKET. office; accidents stand tenants That 16 Queen street, PLACE-BRICK 533. E. Young's good houses House," land your A. on many secure at Church. properties, and on 84 RAILWAY Ascot let suburban us with open etc., phone Miethodist stable, Don't and 4.--No. of times, furnish Lot ties. now 51ft 9 rooms, of city Essendon sale Trustees, of theatre, East the clients at rear, land box at Call to-dayand plan from the wasp. W.B. COTTAGE, gathering empty. numerous have the additional like instructions afterwards Chaplin to and with Ltd. birthday we under Insurances Co. the 100 De by 109ft., 20ft p.m. on narticulars, when The fourteenth Collected. Wednesday, Thalt Agency 5.30 and STREET--3 till Rents estate be held judge's the SHIELDS 42, Executors waiting. in the in . by 67ft. Effected. 70 to 74 above will the found the COTTAGES W.B. 8 p.m., E. McCracken, 5.-Nos. Book 10ft. of Oak at gl Lot to Block-fronted with Mrs. deceased. Neat, September, progranmme by 95ft. 6th 64ft. chuckled AUSTIN McCracken, tached. on land A. an excellent Vohlns to be Alexander caused W. will when 5 rooms, of each J. properties Belrrybank "dour" church, are the The anniversary land--a T'hlat Separately.) Agent, in R.O.W, be Sold Station. the pains The following be given. his birth-Scot of slwill to have Melbourne.-Lotstreet Ponds and 3rd September, land Moonee narrow (These!Cottage viz.:-North ers 236. Opp. on Sunday, Ascot offered, Victoria J. Bottoms of intensely held Hotel, W. one PONDS. Saturday. Rev. bG 'Phone: ir to b 354 to big Bayviewv The MOONEE man, and being STREET-Pa He wis?a 1, TAYLOR Lot 2, Nos. preachers he proved T. S. B. Woodfull ete, 25 That 23 and 5 rooms, at street; Rev. Stawell sympathies. three 6.-Nos. each as and intolerant Lot contracted in the mormning, F. Swan, bein and in a punting VILLAS, BRICK 2 RICHARDSON R.O.W. street, and Rev. E. "copp 10ft. to handle C. abstainer, 358 Substantial with total as it is pos Lot 3, Nos. oted Berryhank by 150ft., 56ft. "copped" land of others That in the afternoon, on cottages; AUCTIONEER. terrace he was ROAD. of the opinions fact, tached brick the Books evening. the in being of--in and ers ALEXA.NDER . B.A., Terrace, people conceive IT. 522 ESSENDON Newmar 6 Munster STREET, to knowing some .sible to N what PONDS. cottages. not Pictures. of 62 NICHOLSO MOONEE Substantial That, and old brick time type 60 st of three New Essendonthe afteri:oon place, Lot 7.-Nos. the-exact By this have thought the Cor STREET-Mo etc., Morning. on IHolds No. 84 Railway the a "wowser." one would term RALEIGH with wa Corner rooms, 4, Thursday now ad etc.. manage deep in Satorday, additional On SALES with ket.-Lot was 4 rooms, AUCTION the SHOP. Every BRICK State w.b. That his runningadvice of cottage, Published and 3 p.m., and one COTTAGE. 70 to 74 performances, ship Pictures brick our and the FRIDAY. evening with BRICK by 122ft. ner. Essendon EVERY Lot 5, Nos. sea of adversity, New 1916. t true, 40ft. land the at rear; another. cot STREET-BRICK wmb. POULTRY, after of trough of the ment land joining, in her latest , disregard by AUGUST, 31st detached 47 65ft land NICHOLSON to totally Of FURNITURE Pickford three her decks 8.-Ne. succeed on sold swept Lot Mary SUNDRIES. be street, and billow present Shields THURSDAY, will offices, boom was Butteizfly," he may have 6 rooms of the "Madame That VERICLES, VILLA. that These cottages Cricket 6, of sale. collapse time ten thinki The of regulations success, to of the (opposite film tages. interest one Ponds.-Lot 132ft up public in his box as of a number deal career STREET is ALLOTMENT night of received described Moonee any con pair which the straight Entries from 1.-RALEIGH ever Lot ed by that BUILDING separately. to come. Apart creations Choice to R.O.W. days 25 Taylor street, honesty and regarding will by 165ft. whose character ground) 66Gft. as regarded Nos. 23 and had been prom who Essendon. derest been'-evoked stable). BROS. men villas. Turner, performance and has from the opera, (fenced them George brick Sir and some note Selections per is street, of six late That the at found ceived. substantial it oom MOLONEY ing, of the also that VALE. and 62 Nicholson an orchestra in the drawing-r recently, 60 VALUER. by Nos. r place and ASCOT ofshis played SWORN shop, inent took brick cornerWAR be Lot 7, The cemetery Septembe ROAD, period as chalk death the fe Arranged. street, On Wednesday, 3 rooms. Raleigh ferent Vic own Sales with and of in the dock. in the cred HALL selves ALEXANDER to their during that 10.-Mt. Auction formers. corner corner, much Lot appears prominence' De victims the on ICK to reflect cut not worthy some to of Education de and STREET-BR AGENTS. RICK 'power rooms, now let five Pauline Frederick claimed with 8, No. 47 days a short ESTATE as Lot political Hall, Town to 6th, take far "Sold." consistency Insurance through byl210ft. their as drama and of desire ilo0ft (formerly adjoining; Estate cottage on land be found Beal of 6 rooms; verish "** five-reel passing will brick F. was villa chicanery Classes the Harmer, s partment). toria brick All That and of in and financial Business. cat" probably many opulence which street, was cricket "wild the attention of Furmniture those Nicholson draw pression unlike Sale one (opposite the above while bank would street Com Auction very light-weight, whole land not as all fellows, The auctioneer allotment sale, Bo Effects. and pot" Lot 9, Raleigh to this to PONDS. be "tin the to good the he steered and OfOONEE 1890 others and building and let when of indeed, face a sale St.ation. on choice to vestors In institution I situated, Handicap shi--and, Opposite well another. think Vale.-Lot are ground), Ascot after be called Seaside down announces stable). the A brief prolperties Young on next and industrial E. a con went tenants. War the effects war. made (fenced corner monivealth-will and of the SON permanent That he is road, r Strike & furniture 1893 certain at any.time at last rooms conclusion a Maritime household Mt. Alexande hall and three 10,; at 11 o'cloel, and show balance in the ear the GORMAN 7th September, darker, FINANCIAL at year Cash. The. of think the tracks cent still brick 51 we per to outlook of that let at condition INSURANCE. now Terms--One-fourth Thursday, Ascot Vale.. work. career will, street, rick and months, tie ESTATE, in the in January street, twelve ing between hall, a Minis at politician's GENERAL 26 Mascoma town and within o dawned and diningroom formed (formerly BUSINESS These proper om, That he is onewho deceased similarity public Certificates. AGENTS. drawingro in wal James Patterson of Department). the N by MIr.. Sir and his lots comprise Titles-All of furniture Education horsemen COMMISSIO been .precedpd resume e during best ished what positions, kitchen State Al lh?ving the in and bedroom suites ice chest and and of vonsiderabl try, in this and are man Bent Collectors Full Fookes weight, Expert ties sale. minimum things , at present, Hedderwick. Collins a ready the Shiels--a are probably Messrs. ESSENDON buht streets. gramophone reserve: William command possibly as strai without nut, Little they what PLACE, Solicitors. should be in the RAILWAY and ability, Ife, Dur That he is William advertised. and utensils, Station). will culinalry are Turner corner (Adjioininy from 3 to ar brilliancy and ston. a worker. particulars George than to sale, probably Sir a and is also of particulars as a talker they crash day prior rel, future. bank fuller limelight" parasite more and the Inspection 287. remote year not rentals, Ascot the above the pro into Tel.: "racecourse Agent, Cards to view, 5 o'clock. Ministry ing Kild:: St. Estatte of tram and DECLARED "stepped first hank from days' the Patterson around the borough elected Auctioneer GRAHAM, of blocks, came, and 1203. James' Church. successive J. D. he was in 'Phone councillor building CAULFIELD, Ponds and several at VOID Street. Bargains foot. 97 Queen later 101claimed municipality St., directorates from £50 Moonee which the R. years two of all on new. terminus and on to enable some St. 2nd SEPTEMBE services -----+---£3550, James' Church, 1889, to decide holidays £500, in 1887, On the Premises. special ANTICIP in March, SATURDAY. Villas.£485. NEXT Mayor hold will managers in con D.F. election member PONDS. another, general a after PROVINCE: as rent. West, 3rd balance "Va general MOONEE September, At 3.30. as By went of the the deposit, the MELBOURNE services One bankl STREET, for his anniversary escaped Sunday next, 41 SHUTER had course. first who the HOUSE with peopole he offered prac SEAT. Assembly There and many BRICK nection large Parish. and boom REGAINS Legislative & CO. the the' Rurdle.-Kiewa SOLID of of KEAIM Melbourne, of MR. His of the land foundations), on AIIKMIAN was formation suburb ST.. land the etc., JOHN at 7 a.m. to pay calls (bluestone maelstrom rooms Victoria good at 422 BOURKE Van H Communion best, time by having and Four over two above-named wash-house, of at 11 next be Holy ruined preach bathroom, reconstruc a will At this will of flood extending tically 1 KEILOR:ROAD elected. vestibule, of sittings at s hall, was After 7754 Doona Trial.-Kin a scheme No. Archbishop bosom position, of the Qualification the and under on 24 x110. possible best shares Grace the the Rev. W. E. Ramshlaw 'Phone Central be Ponds Elections optimis the sanction the borne in the next more obtained of IMoonee is James were be and men being will Council from 4 minutes Traquir; which tion The property Sir before and service in a.m., Legislative of the 1894-1, within been ½ minute 3 or Han elec and being A at.a children's recent Committee the Court. BROOKER ever prosperity, Heatherlie Tram, & had Electric be a special 7 p.m. defeated next and Supreme was days-"the CERTIFICATE. declared they Tuesday on station than There will TITLE at Minuistry STEVENS gen or Torbane; AGENTS, digging tic West Province the State. 3.p.m. been Patterson's George Turof Sir held early leaving Melbourne Owner and towards thle have the Puckle street. station. the for in INSURANCE and opposite am at time tion the offering save they ESTATE election, Sandringh leader RESERVE. LOW of young fifties"-as elected ground that general BROS., Auctioneer. thanksgiving on the been had ROAD, SE generation void, Ponds. George or Rahe MOLONEY Lawrence roaring * funds. Moonee a who who is and 122 RACECOUR Graham Berry's to eral Mr. Daniel There ner, election it us, on Sir of his, called. and Bob. Sale. public NEWMARKET not Opposition the up amongst succeeded was qualified, Auction SALE in pro to take as Speaker, growing Stake also on McNamara men Memsie George Aik dealings MIr. was and on Saturday, all "whose Joint CLEARING appointment Rent be called declared us for on Wedg of those PARK, further sell, of Premier, in shortly the will Call that It best, of place the At Bros. GLADSTONE next sent. position the to the announced know in the p.m.,on TOWNSHIP, specialise We who 945 at 3.30 DOWS brim," that was positions He at once duly elected perty. Sept., man 2nd he Ascot BROADMEA Warriston We Sir petition felt at 'Phone, the time he Moonee Treasurer. are Adjoining Aikmnn's next, the in Mr. System. years best, Moidar capacity Shuter June set out about the latter 41 of next 5th SEPTEMBER. on good private to "balance in the of an election from premises, boom, emerged land TUESDAY. to attempt house of four result 5177 o'Clock brick as the votes Prompt. the upon At One bath called misty the PARK he proceeded Turner obtained of vestibule, which Ponds, a solid large ledger," McN'amira Mr. George cour GLADSTONE hall, McNamara a and with 24 by tradition those M'CORKELL 4927. on land as National that N. Aikman WELL-KNOWN rooms, only Sir al H. Mr. The of well-timed etc., and lines , part to be hoped life, first elected is a splendid HERD to do on it At -4-in declared take but will t. is room, waslhhouse in AGENT. thereupon DAIRY was to sit, retrenchmen past, ESTATE to the day land or four some who The propertywithin ageous Machines, gunlified native three Milking Sundries. 110. not THOMAS he applauded or was them though Horses. ST. of with of their Turner and station soon was VALUATOR. Together being not search Engines the laws George as will SWORN Ponds criticism Implements, in making destinies Moonee captious with accused from her but a minute of the echo, once period half STATION. minutes He was estate of freehold street, VALE directing and clharges oni ASCOT and tram, at him. all byegone or 868 Bourke seized a electric Co.. of above t levelled and over and OPPOsITE country BROS. the and of £50 records The above value with street. Parlia running countenancing, Puckle the McPHAIL fin kept a little conjunction from Melbourne. avoiding, in of "financially who of at Huds excepting widow street, midsummer re view match such Mr. as a and encumbrances, Melbourne, without such a 115 Elizabeth taxation. to adopt." any Only lines AUCTION, municipal and future. PUBLIC and HANCOCK, his be C03 Ascot. expected Sowers' last. only the by in mnentary of and SELL day Telenhone: encouraging held he was the shop might tenor will in even persons madness that cows holly claimed competitions par the including Aikman the ancial certain work Victorian ago when CATTLE, In the recent attempt and bulls. and was therefore But he "kept 76 DAIRY years heifers. princip;ll estate few, candidate, few the and a there of HENDERSON springers, annually and every cow re branch in real n F. age of way," in AND and J. milk, seat. the administratio cor record interested to values to St. Thomas' wise entitled firms regard ishes, of ex artificial milking the sale and guaranteed of his was FINANCIAL given results banks the N.B.--The at gained create awards:--Bandage Stan Formal ESTATE, but in the matter the linbd-fonght to evidence whiclh was AGENT, be exhibited policy will ap ed 2nd, areas, "go slow" S INSURANCE Brown; in the at lons, spirit money were Shat once for to suburban ROAD, spect Also 1st, rollers: rect bitten mortgaged of public to admit ing the at, property Frank ALEXANDER penditure certificate, severely £36, MT. boomed-upof gelding. cart been on unwilling Elliott 507 were then (Max.) Conner; ley plant at friendly controlled had land spring the and Stanley advances 2 hacks, PONDS. also many parent, machines what "Geo. MOONEE it memories to scorinA £500, The milking bitter matter Negotiated. hour Splints: in respect 3 double engine. toock. tihe the which, Loans not that, Victoria," while steam ofc long certificates, iportion place small Tat Effected. stationary sick teamns 1 engine. Housden; petrol Gee. the property, took Alan only "poor times rup, by McNamnarn In the become Ferguson, which called Insurances had was Mephan separator. 14-horse-power St. Ja the Rents Collected. wa3 crash, Holden, claimed, the was Turner Brown. Frank his there for the morl had produced of 1 steam-power after George Allowing harness. etc. Sir cart and election. cooler, cans con of at wans after Geeo. Brown, Ascot 292. pub 1 milk have been speaking terson, it canscream we Tel.: dark cloud charges, to milk the to write interest and 1st, from to the valu ted or lining Book: gages entitled faded silver Scrap now Buckets. yet Reggie one 2nd, i2 the the people auctioneers, remarkably not ma that are from was had less tended star mined Balls: 1st, Broadmeadowa name, there certificates still PYNOR properties particulars Park. ter and but-unless Indeed S. the Backhouse; ian Gladstone depression-foodand cheap, *Further Fenwick, Dean. to 1.0 at any time. of tihe the mind. in years FINANCIAL. lic be inspected AlerIt S before abundant Ryen, Mr. A. advanced of" may avocations Waycott, well £50. INSURANCE. above than the considerably N daily Scores :--St. of cer drop Glennie 10.35 Moore; much ESTATE. the where clerk at smile their COMMISSIO anid Alma prices sad town Melbourne, from and a an end 8 away Dressed 1st, 'goals to Jowett, Dolls: cer shall with BUSINESS liehinds comes Cuffs: Frederick 10.49 a.m. you for Broadmeadows plodding owned the by AGENT. war in-we .Trains sets tell said Newmarket will from 5 paper-once Alice Carefully b Chambers. East Caulfield, Rents 6 "slump" Flower rich-on 12.15 p.m.; called and Rosie when prophesied tificate, and Talbot 24 s.m. were street, Arranged. Proud, Sales Hill, Kitty of Negotiated. consolation MIcNamara 12.29 p.m. Violet tificates, Auction Wil this they and 0iu'mners. that Being Quickly half Loans hluge dreams rated the at £36. well be minus the was Isla Tymms., ng 7th SEPTEMBE11R.o'Clock. Kilda, St. pretty would own fo face Ness, of Collected. a Consideri one "beyond Garland, it. Elsioe King, to THURSDAY, At up, McNamar are we VALE. losers piling Beryl on supposed auctioneers VALE the the Florrie Premises. ASCOT occupier, Backhouse. were ASCOT tlhe the liabijities war would On the of in what STREET. on the roll. politicians Young; 224 UNION Ascot. 26 MASCOMA Ramshaw Pheltla 171 certificates,Marjorie ie the person shire termed, that of some days think as possible would in eye of the 'Phone: secretary AhBern, as mulch the Fyson, Evelyn HOLD disastrous goal-kick The vain James in met those HOUSE which the iltton, for to economise look gin Eye we that Moore. but ,said hoardings on Nellie State and advertisements 3, Mc of allot FURNITURE four Moore, ryan in either Berwick, resi directions, Olive in other Flower. columns and iott, James:* 30th JUDD 1st, September, 1915, ended Effects. H. business of the sort our. a well-kept newspaper Sand Reid. of shire as t. contents In anything rising PERCY The upkeep of whole for by McNamara in the years the certificate, drawing suite two singlets: circles. rapidly Mhud ments Ramshhaw. After owned SALESMAN. Lng dainty year the Sir Comprising appurtenances walnut for or Federal certificate, and including PROPERTY "the at £26, dwelling, handsome Necklace: and tapestry, rated Assembly, COLLECTOR. were and dential in the silk Bead and bedstead. as brass er member RENT walnut Parliaments much Commission EXPERT hallstand: leather as legis walnut private costs a thereof" became overmantel, Proud. sideboard. Munro the many walnut Turner in the Iee chest. carved member of and massive George a single records, Office: Customs of Australia Premier not people and gramophone ST. Trade the AND auite. of bodies Munro-the utensils. ROAD lative in the kitchen James called UNION Reserve. S to 5 p.m. is Ministry. what Without ASCOT CORNER to sale. 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and

on

1.-RALEIGH Choice

auctioneer would and to others are well tenants.

William

Messrs.

GRAHAM,

view,

Street.

rooms

3 or Electric

is

TUESDAY. At One

Implements,

with

N.B.--The milking be exhibited at

spring milking

milk

and

steam

THURSDAY, the Premises. MASCOMA

carved

including silk

gramophone utensils.

and

&

E.

SWORN

KILLED

of

after July 25th, Lance-Corporal

aged

duty

of

and

of

(Opposite

PIANO,

City

and

M.

Brick through

150ft.,

9

stable).

months,

in 4

rect cart

p.m.;

walnut

whole

the

AGENTS.

loving

and

Best

MOONEE 25

Titles-All

'Phone

ESTATIE

THIS

Superior

THIS

and

WELL-KNOWN

JONES

ESTATE

2634 BI3UNNING.-Killed

MOONEE

PUCKLE

IN

Mrs. 73

and

THURSDAY, Half-past

House,"

E.

(These!Cottageslwill

land

at

rentals,

x110.

NEXT SATURDAY. 3.30. 41 SHUTER STREET,

bathroom,

(bluestone

5th

DAIRY Engines

Horses.

o'Clock

BROS. and conjunction

separator.

petrol

Broadmeadows from

tapestry,

7th

brass hallstand: walnut sideboard. and

st n

wn hal

war, Consult

Tel

BIRTH

in

Robert

two

25 years. nobly

P.

o'Clock.

BY DAY

BROTHERS have Mrs. (who Treacy to sell bypublic

STREET Bowling and

the very Effects 250 lots.

and

BROTHERS, Essendon,

particulars Catalogues

office.

Two

see

66Gft.

opp.

-

REALISING

and

Co.'s 16 Queen

TRUSTEES. EXECUTORS COMPANY LIMITED

instructions

Executrix in

62ft. 5in. along way. 6 MUNSTER

STAWELL way into

NORTH MIIELBOURNE. BAYVIEW HOTEL"-(Brick 2 cellar, 9 rooms on land and offices), VICTORIA STREET. by 67ft. Sin. and with a 4ft. STREET, MUNSTER TERRACE. to 358 35 VICTORIA STREET--3 COTTAGES

Cottages to Stawell

NEWMARKET. RAILWAY

70 to 74 SHIELDS Block-fronted

additional

VILLAS,

rooms,

PONDS. TAYLOR with

be

64ft. Sold

Cash. 51

by

STREET BUILDING

by

now let to Hall, land ilo0ft byl210ft.

Hedderwick. Little

Auctioneer

and

1203.

Co..

Effects. contents

and

BRICK

Auctioneer. Moonee Ponds.

of IMoonee Ponds from Tram, and ½ minute TITLE CERTIFICATE. Owner leaving the State.

the best minutes

2nd

CLEARING BROADMEADOWS

GLADSTONE

Milking and

DAIRY CATTLE, springers, heifers. milk,

868 with

canscream

record and the sale and

gelding. machines engine. and

cans

the

from the particulars Fenwick, Gladstone Park. be above may inspected from

dainty

think

Ascot

a

action,

and

years'

A..

Darling

and

On the

Nicely

superior rcombined

AUGUST

last

ROPERTI;

McCRACKEN,

and

stable, land

W.B.

VALE. ROAD, HALL

165ft. to

balance per cent

Fookes Collins fuller

wash-house,

MOONEE

foundations),

115 Elizabeth street, PUBLIC AUCTION,

Newmarket

at

drawing handsome

of

Without Reserve. S to sale. to day prior auctioneer, Moonee

records,

a

'

about

brothler of Mrs. Narracott,

st.,

on

land Street.

at

possible

opposite

GLADSTONE

plant

any

1

received

70 Elizabeth

AUCTION

Estate

of 4 and Munster

95ft.

1:EW>TRIANGLE

Bunning, late

Auctioneer. stations.

Auction street

PLACE-BRICK etc., on at rear,

COTTAGES. to

Estatte

etc.,

Bourke

including cows and bulls. age of every

guaranteed

cooler,

Melbourne, 10.49

5 p.m. Ponds.

m

n

FRANK

YOUNG

THE

AUCTIONEER .THE

VALUATOR.

OPTICIAN.

VALE. pre

Aerot

PONDS.

STREET,

ACTION.

DEATHS.

35ft.

5 rooms, each 10ft. R.O.W.

STREET--3

cornerWAR and 3 rooms.

situated,

draw the attention of in this the sale, as all above and to good and let

Certificates.

Education

any.time

De

I

streets.

and Al

particulars Agent,

On

SEPTEMBER. the Premises.

HOUSE

PONDS.

position,

large land

!

SALE

station.

without

,

I

SEPTEMBER. Prompt.

PARK, TOWNSHIP,

HERD Sundries.

Machines,

PARK

serve-

Melbourne.

street,

re

harness.

Also

engine.

(Max.)

etc.

cow cor

in

auctioneers, Broadmeadowa time. 10.35 a.m.

or

STREET.

SEPTEMBER. At 11 o'Clock. ASCOT VALE

well-kept suite

bedstead. leather Iee chest.

walnut

In

a

A BATH

A BATH

And

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE EFFECTS

is relinquishing auction, without

instruc

the

a

ment

SA

o'Clock

SALE

Rooms

McCRACKEN,

from

deceased

AGENCY

of

will

as

De

Lot

ESSENDON. 7.-Nos. and 62 NICHOLSON 60 STREET, Corner Substantial RALEIGH STREET-Most BRICK SHOP. with rooms, etc., on the Cor ner. 4 rooms, etc.. with BRICK COTTAGE. ad joining, land 40ft. by 122ft. Lot 8.-Ne. 47 NICHOLSON STREET-BRICK VILLA. 6 rooms and land by on 65ft offices, (opposite Cricket ALLOTMENT

R.O.W. has of

at

to

they

Ife, not

first

the

of

of

was

he

tic save

men will

life, past,

and

in

of

a

the

a

ed

the

had

spect

lic

of

those

dential

-"a

"beyond

that were

After as years two in the Assembly, Sir Turner became Commissioner George in the Munro of Trade Customs and Premier Ministry. James Munro-the what is called in the of the day-was private

on

TERRACE-Ter

6 rooms, terrace

9in. i

10ft.

42,

Published

Apart

the death

political

worthy

pression

career

think

toria

the

be was

took

will,

things

resume

similarity in of

what

remote

probably

Mayor

being

councillor

which

the'

offered

borne

in

prosperity,

called.

roaring

than in

positions

shortly

growing

years

firms

after

ancial

few to

name,

-men

-who

some

in

only

but

are

view

them

records of

matter

property, crash,

Sir

.of

entitled

plodding

mind.

had well

to

newspaper

they

rapidly

will

of

a

MELBOURNE done."

Fred., As

W. Moo S

Flippant

domestic on

Cruel

the

and

sufficient

humour, not

it.

Featuring the

Chaplin till

from

not which

passing

they

above-named

general

elected.

"stepped of

on

At

There

and

who

it

at

as is a

the making directing of

encouraging years

create

away

not

advertisements

supposed

the

Callcus

Hoax

peace

Household in a Cata

DAY

from

31

street.

Tele

The

A

Happiness

be long

and

to

He

THURSDAY,

monivealth-will

shi--and,

1887, his

land the boom, George Turner

any

interested

madness

while

at

disastrous columns

were

tell

what

rising

fill

lie

been'-evoked late Sir

is

is

HE HE box

Every

conclusion

very

are

had they the early fifties"-as a

the

a

to suburban been severely

George

which

ago

the

in

Indeed

yet

to

a

the

Inimitable

Separately.)

5.30

plan p.m.

any

31st public

think we between

probably

of

tie deceased

the

the this State

future.

will

at

Legislative

municipality

election

suburb

into the the borough

the

and

services

this

bosom

two

time

in

men

amongst

ever

were

up be called place the on of

of

avoiding,

some

in

advanced

dreams

which

you

the days

own

to

emerged

brim," about

such

of laws their her destinies

day

advances

artificial

certain

areas,

took Turner

real

the

their

there

faded in

rich-on

and

business

with

of

met

U

ibr ry

on

KEENAN

and

in

Rollicking

SATURDAY

Sea-side

THE

Monday, FOR

AUCTION

Green) Kept

Heartless

perpetrated

of

Joker.

its

Brady

HABITS

Thursday,

Featuring

Triangle

NEW

OF

HABITS OF

ES practises practises

before

one

theatre

of

unlike

he

digging

byegone

bitten bitter

Doug,

it

Dashing,

DID

DID

;

now

the regarding George Turner,

Thursday AUGUST,

recently, the period that during 'power prominence' and

place

indeed, the be called

through

show

will

war.

days

on

they

of tradition to be hoped

on

daily

are

a

it

a

during his

present, be in the Sir George

for Assembly Melbourne,

as

years

of

of

was

a

St.

a

generation

been

more

of

those

us, take

will

who

the from that

the

will

estate

place

values

but

had

once

the

not

write

years

from after

termed, the

pretty

and

so

ROSCOE

ete,

Book

afterwards

open at

interest

Morning.

1916.

whose

career

that

condition

those whole

be

is

to A certain

ofshis of

de found many

Com face brief

note

Vic

of

politician's public

and possibly

Turner

what

of

limelight"

March,

Victoria

later member

flood

elected

Kild::

1889,

as

and

was

the

have

period

native

take

future.

people

sad

the and

avarice"

well

of

at

and

midsummer

persons

boomed-up

in

auctioneers

in

eye

a

days-"the

before

optimis

young

been who

"whose

public

time

know private

misty

those part

Sir

of

countenancing,

search with

land

fin

or

memories

attempt

long become his

in banks

Only and

the

re

of

avocations smile

pub now still

suburb."

member

paper-once

hoardings resi

half

and

tlhe

of

in

M

nt

the PROGRAMME

THREE

Victim,

Well-Situated

INVESTMENT

SUBURBAN

is

and

2nd

REMINDER Premises.

ESSENDON.

Parisian

World onian

and

Mirth-making DOUGLAS

whati.e anywhere

well

the

:

Audacious

Your

at

A.

land

the

man,

tically

claimed

ing

came,

shares tion

general

ner, the

called

levelled

George echo,

lines

results

way,"

holly

But

parent, that, called

of

abundant

one

be on

war

war

prices

minus

fo

Parliaments thereof"

MARY

HOUSE

HOUSE

Comedy,

NIGHTS

Artist

OF

entails

Doug's.'proclivities preaches

that in same

in

AND HE

and land

AND HE

STREET-Pair of

his

contracted

and

ed by that as regarded

Maritime

went

fellows,

verish opulence institution down

lh?ving

dawned and in January of Sir James Patterson formed try, been .precedpd

outlook still

William

course. and many

holidays general

brilliancy of more the

maelstrom

to

Supreme Patterson's

which

under

Opposition appointment the position

National to do on

Treasurer. in the latter upon

ageous but at

"go slow" penditure

"financially such as

Victoria," "poor sick had produced the we have been speaking

in respect

of

silver

prophesied

piling up, one would think politicians that would gin to economise as mulch as possible in other but we look in vain directions, in either State for anything of the sort or Federal circles. The upkeep of our.

liabijities

comes

face

drop this

m

it.

as and member of the many legis not a single lative bodies people the of Australia

costs

Showers

ruined

managers

One

ledger,"

to

in

STEPPING

STONES

STEPPING

STONES

SEPTEMBER

featuring Mae

at

September

unsuspecting comes near

September

.-

the name England

when

Moonee

off

ARBUCKLE,

E. Young's

who and some men had been prom ing, in the drawing-room inent found them selves in the dock. The cemetery also claimed some victims to their own fe

desire while

and

the it

and the several

election, had who as

He

a

or

of

MABEL alias

theatre,

one

and

after

and a talker above

of

captious him.

shop might he "kept policy

depression-food

lining and

we

and as

"

office; phone

oted total abstainer, of the opinions of

sympathies.

of

Strike

one

to the

peopole

of the

at

take

darker,

Shiels--a man

enable bankl

by having

ability, than year

land

who

the to

Minuistry and

been on Sir

capacity attempt

once

lines of retrenchment. Turner was

He

the and there of his wise

running widow

be

public money were ap were to admit unwilling to what many then

in when few, administration

to

n

the

the

Considering are

"the much

Crs. R :F..Anderson byka notice

turried

AGENT, -

service,

France.

BLUNDER BLUNDER

PAWN

ONLY.

PAWN OFFATE Feature

FATE

well-deserved

countryman

to wrecking. punish

:.by

TRIANGLE-PROGRAMMEN

-

screen, comes

to

of

.sible

to conceive of--in fact, he was of the-exact what type some people now term a "wowser." By this time the ship of State was deep in the trough of the sea of adversity, and one billow swept her decks after another. The collapse of the boom was succeed a number honesty and

Patterson successive

went

was

Sir

Speaker, Premier,

which well-timed

was

was cheap,

considerably before an to end the and "slump" sets in-we consolation

as

birth-Scotland--a

Ascot

intensely

He

others

and as as

"tin pot" another. made

chicanery "wild cat"

a

the and at

short

In

of

had

boom to

Court.

a scheme of reconstruc obtained the sanction of the in James 1894-1, Sir

pay

elected

to

he

announced

he

felt

At applauded

criticism once

who

the

dark

of

In

was

to expected even tenor

matter

tihe

when

the

:

7th

Thursday's

'

FAIRBANKS

Cormedy Drania::

..

"

HAPPINESS

HAPPINESS

Ponds.

America.

Fairbanksis.

good

well

Comedy NORMAND, and

it

land 1890

of

a worker. the bank

directorates on decide after

Ministry days'

calls

defeated

George

succeeded and was

he

country kept a

;

DIDN'T

DIDN'T,

51ft phone 533.

"dour"

narrow wis?a

big

and

of regulations straight deal

intolerant is

pos

industrial last 1893

financial

cut their

vonsiderable buht probably

by

Graham

leader Berry's

"balance

to

of

to

that year a Minis MIr..

another, escaped the

crash pro hank

prac

some

Dur

on

Tur

at.a

to also

of

proceeded and cour Sir first

was

the

soon accused

the

adopt." his of

little

hour

the and ex

oni

but-unless

remarkably

the times there was cloud of

called

the much shall

hluge be

appurtenances over,

our

members

230pm.

son

H. In

S

4th

the

to

etc.,

on

ference,

Mr. ter

of

Seats

bank the

be

nut, and

will

the

eral

and from

ley

iott, Lng

Bead

advertising Broadmendows

unopposed, and

E

vertising

Busch

tisement tnui

and

Cr.

our Nattras

election

Ponds

The

be

The Shire

hon. Ponds.

class, Town early

*Ladies

Mr.

sec.,

as

another

supporters

Young returns thanks in to those column ratepayers and who in voted his favour,

and wishes

tion and

the

6th,

A.

to

he

-

tices man),

The

to

were

and

J.:

i.

It

Fatty."

sdndon.

Sunday Rev. A.

Special

Trust

lection

It is

the

termina~ting

Coburg from

the

East Essendon The fourteenth above will be September,

church,

will

3rd September, the held on Sunday, preachers W. J. Bottoms being Rev. in the mormning, Rev. T. S. B. Woodfull

be

evening film

B.A.,

in the

ment present

On

derest ceived.

which

and

nection

West, Sunday

St.

next,

110.

room,

ishes,

gained

Alan

toock.

Balls:

Scrap

terson,

tificate, tificates,

Dressed

andages:

of

in

five-reel

played

E. household

Grace

the and a.m., 7 p.m.

be

Ponds,

premises,

2nd

position,

rooms,

minutes

rollers:

In the annually St.

Holden,

Pheltla

Glennie

iltton,

Olive

ssendon

Kinnear,

Orr

thanks

J.

Hall,

monthly

W. J. Northey at being choral service, solos at

the and

formers.

Pauline

The

singlets:

Necklace:

who

and thank

were

O.rs.

Gibb, elected for the above thanks Shire,

Attention of

Ward.

as

be held will Broadmeadows. president

St.

Moonee

Hall,

comprising, small debt

Tuesday

vehicles -

question

Auction

drama

formation

at held 3.p.m. thanksgiving

funds.

with

A

that

being

Conner;

electric Puckle

recent

from

Book:

Geeo.

Elsioe Beryl Garland, Backhouse.

Ryen,

Alice

Dolls: Kitty

columns.

in

those

will

when

the

by

Sale

41

Elections.

the

Nattranss

is

Crs. for

tmransacted

monthly

Keilor

to-day

for

possible,

to

business

on

who

will

intended

each

of

Inadeline streets, ner of Lonsdale

6th

point

an

given.

success, is described character

afternoon,

On Wednesday,

an

"**

James' Church. St., Ponds James' Church, Moonee will hold special services on 3rd next, September, in con the

Bros. Sept.,

waslhhouse,

property

Thomas'

Splints: Housden; Mephan

1st,

Evelyn

Young;

Isla

1st,

Moore,

viz.,

John.

interested

Selections

1st,

tram, street.

have

Riding.

McLean by such Riding

Miclrleham

advertising

Anderson,

returns

W.

Broadmeadows

Shire

will tlhe

meeting on Keilor,

wishing be held

32 Grosvenor Ponds

please with

dases.

Messrs.

the

at

E"ssendon

be

Carlton corner of

at

of

New Essendon

Satorday,

and

children's offering

There

Auction

Moonee a solid brick house of four good with large vestibule, hall, bath

Shuter

at

the

Sowers' work

1st,

Brown,

Waycott,

1st, Proud,

Nellie

Hall, the

return

Campbellfield

another

councillor

to in

lemington

Essendon

North

services will be held at Es Methodist on Church 3rd September, when thle Madsen, president of the Con preach

The

first

etc., is

Crs.

of

directed

tlheii

HI.

in

meetine

be new

will

convey supplied

l..

H. MclcBean, O'Callaphan.

represented as it did,

at

BrIunsiick-Colurg

funds.

birthday held excellent

8

manage performances, the the New Essendon Pictures Pickford in her latest "Madame Butteizfly,"

the

Frederick "Sold."

from

3.30

sell,

within

certificate,

Moonee

branch

and

Steele;

Backhouse;

Tymms., Needle

Alma

certificate, certificate,

ratepayers

been

Returns

at the Amongst

Shire of

Ward

of only a couple The presiding jus WV. Shaw (chair

a

to call councils

Miethodist on

Rev.

on

in

Chambers.

Flower.

and

ratepayers

for

the

his

A.

rendered. will

a

extending

p.m.,

E.

orchestra

as one creations

the

sale of announces furniture and effects on next 7th September, at 11 o'cloel, at 26 Mascoma Ascot The. street, Vale.. lots comprise drawingroom, diningroom and bedroom suites of furniture in wal

Young

will be towards

service

three

half

Ponds

of

certificates, Ferguson,

Roderick

Stanley

Frank

certificates, Marjorie Fyson,

AlerIt

Rosie

2nd,

Moore.

thanks

Cole,

in

columns, thanks the

Saturday,

dommunicate, MI.

join a Moonee

street,

B.

mere

i.

when

be

to

Carlton, to Swanston to and

tile Brunswick, tiamray electric and Queensberry

the

S..

of Furmniture Effects.

appears

of

Brown;

awards:--Bandage 2nd, Frank

the

a

Violet

Mr.

re

the

Riding.

column.

and Jones, who a large majority

columns.

our

Riding. adver to the J. Han Poole, which they re

election.

Thanks. T. Cr. his for

Moonee

election

be held 2nd

at

Flemington

occasion.

motor

11 a.m., 7 p.m., the anthems

The for

anniversary

the

Church. gathering of Wednesday, in

F.

opera, of six

ever

the

September in

anniversary

land 24 a splendid or

competitions Victorian

Gee.

Moore; Cuffs:

nicely cluding

81

Tadgell 31st inst.,

prising l'Thle

ad

A.

Raleigh

the Hall, over

cipher,

Court

v

h u

bowling kept

Tadgell

wish

sale piano

250

p.m. auctioneers.

Broadmendows

a date

is

at

Bros.

Treacy,

The

named fund been completed tion of the

tary the of Dr.

the

the

to

be opened.

street, green,

11

Bros.'

Wednesday,

aid

by

household and lots,

tl,

Dr.

The E: joint Kimpton to inform

"Essendon monies

be hon.

late

Sale. on Saturday, p.m.,on the

National Library of Australia

S u r

n

a.m.4

order

Catalogues

that

named

general

rb

Issendon,

will

very

Auction

without

lots 30th

*

hion.

on

of

and

Visitors

w nt

furniture,

sell

may

will

Dickinson

regarding

doctor's in

the superior

Aughst, be

be

J.

subscribers

Gazette," treasurer, donated

may

Mrs.

effects,

Sale.

had

from

on

premises,

from

opposite

view

negotiafions

to

reserye. M. A.

to-day,

*

2 to

conr

.secretaries,

Currie to the

and

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Danny Truong Supervisor: Amy Muir

The project is founded on the history of Defence and Quarantine at Point Nepean (also known as Mon Mon) and its detrimental consequences on the Australian landscape and First Australians. The heart of the project centres on a Research Institute focused on landscape regeneration through a continued understanding of indigenous agricultural practice. The Indigenous philosophy towards fire as a revered totem is an example of how First Australians amalgamated their cultural ideology with agriculture in the widespread implementation of controlled burns across the continent to redefine natural environments. The proposition fuses the fire station, laboratory, glass house, and community hall into a singular typology with distinct spatial volumes. Referencing the existing bunkers at Fort Nepean, the ‘bunker’ is explored as an architectural and utilitarian precedent that is reclaimed from an infrastructure of war to an infrastructure of ecology. As such, the project is first understood as an artefact in the landscape, unapologetically distinct and legible from afar. This contrast behaves as a signal, reinforcing the project as a civic landmark in the park. The project acts as a bridge, spanning and inviting landscape and the public to permeate its boundaries and engage with the process of agriculture and research.

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Matilda transposes the contents of Lindum Vale’s precinct structure plan into Springvale. It is a project in opposition to the replicable models introduced by the Victorian Planning Authority that manufacture consistent suburban roll-outs and predictable business districts causing a chaos effect - the ever expanding urban growth boundary.

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Items to sit on lowest points of land

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Items for living area to face pedestrian pathway

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Items for living area to face directly north

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Items to oppose waterbody

Roy Grounds

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Items to mimic curvature of existing road infrastructure

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Enrico Taglietti

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Melrose Drive Housing

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Harry Seidler Enrico Taglietti Philip Cox

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Department of Works and Housing

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Manuka Housing Precinct

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Student Residence Blocks Stanhill Flats Domain Park Apartments

John Andrews

BELCONNEN

Frederick Romberg

MELBOURNE

Robin Boyd

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Daryl Jackson

S. MELBOURNE

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Centella cordiflia

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Shine Dome

Grounds, Romberg and Boyd

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Danthonia caespitosa

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Thelionema caespitosum

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Australian Sweet-grass

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Dianella revoluta

Blue and White

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Gahnia sieberiana

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Royal Botanical Gardens

Ferdinand von Muller - William Guilfoyel

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Themeda triandra

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Canberra Masterplan

The Griffins

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AUSTRALIA

Masterplan to serve as garden city

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John W. Rivett

TOORAK

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Federal State of Berlin

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Items with detached services connected via bridges

VIC

Items where living areas to face directly north with individual balconies

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Masterplan to change private areas to public areas

Glycine clandestina

Blue and Mauve

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Helichrysum scorpioides

Yellow

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DWELLINGS TO MODEL 1

1500 AREAS

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Hypoxis glabella

Yellow

20 cm High

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DWELLINGS TO MODEL 2

3000 AREAS

12 Running Postman

Kennedia prostrata

Scarlet

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Onyx

Jean Nouvel

SAINT-HERBLAIN FRANCE

Masterplan to respond to Lindum Vale asphalt requirements as usable landscapes

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ROAD NETWORK

27 HECTARES

13 Small Grass Tree

Xanthorrhoea minor

Pale Yellow

60 cm x 1 m

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Park AM Gleisdreieck - Westpark

Atelier Loidl

BERLIN

GERMANY

Masterplan to reconnect existing infrastructure through a series of new pathways

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Lomandra filiformis

Yellow

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ICI House

Bates Smart and McCutcheon

MELBOURNE

AUSTRALIA

Masterplan to use Plot Ratio as device to create balance with Public Realm and Infrastructure

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LOCAL PARKS

15 Common Tussock Grass

Poa labillardieri

Grey and Green

80 cm x 1.2 m

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GRASS CONSERVATION AREA

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WALKING PATHS

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POST OFFICE

WITHIN INTERVENTIONS

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TELEPHONES

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Tiny Star

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Enrico Taglietti

KURRAJONG

Greater Dandenong Planning Scheme City of Greater Dandenong

DANDENONG

U.S.A

Masterplan to provide light beacons within interventions

AUSTRALIA

Masterplan to produce a 60m setback of silence from Princess Hwy and Corrigan Road

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Items to domesticate existing infrastructural assets and language

AUSTRALIA

Items to not overlay height restrictions

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Ineffable Space

Sigmund Freud

PRIBOR

CZECH REPUBLIC

Items to disengage from the street

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Public Institutions and the City

Paul Fox

MELBOURNE

AUSTRALIA

Items to shift metric from car to pedestrian

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COLOUR

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Lightwood Wattle

Acacia Implexia

Cream

VISITOR INFORMATION

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Coast Banksia

Banksia Integrifolia

Pale Yellow

SITE MAPS

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10 x 10

Silver Wattle

Acacia Dealbata

Yellow

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Ceilings

The Office for Metropolitan Architecture

ROTTERDAM

NETHERLANDS

Items to provide transferable ceiling heights

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PAVILIONS

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4

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Narrow Leafed Peppermint Eucalyptus Radiata

White

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Watch This Space

Mark Jacques and Dean Boothroyd

WERRIBEE

AUSTRALIA

Items façade to dictate road speeds

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DRINKING WATER FOUNTAINS

18 ITEMS

5

18 x 24

Yellow Box

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Personal Values

Rene Magritte

LESSINES

BELGIUM

Items to capture the scale of the event

LAVATORY

20 AREAS

BIKE RACKS

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Eucalyptus Cephalocarpa White and Cream

Hoddle Grid Column Dualities Cities of Hope

Robert Hoddle

MELBOURNE

Col Madigan

CANBERRA

Peter Corrigan

MELBOURNE

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Masterplan to place central emphasis to existing central racecourse area for vista

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GRID REQUIREMENT COMMON NAME

Function follows Form

Gordon Bunshaft Jeffery Smart Hans Scharoun

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IT. 12

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510 Fifth Avenue Bank On the Periphery Romeo and Juliet

AUSTRALIA

Items to split at 20-200m intervals

ACT

Items elevated ground floor plane to serve dual programs

AUSTRALIA

Items to place emphasis on Corridors and Cores

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Matilda is a kit of concerns relieving the site of private indentations, speculating within a contingent order to facilitate the acts of densification while maintaining an open public realm. It is the hope to design a setting for architecture.

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Governed by the better apartment standards, a new metric shifts away from that of of the orthodox metric of the vehicle. Treating the project as ‘area’, the shift from designing through zoning relieves architecture of its function within the framework, proclaiming an architectural longevity that is sympathetic to Enrico Taglietti’s ‘function follows form’. Embracing the garden city (whose exemplar is the Australian Capital Territory) Matilda creates a balancingact of public realm (landscape) and infrastructure (architecture). Consolidated over two areas of vulnerable public open space, the infrastructural envelope responds to the existing landscape characteristics composed by new written specifications documented via careful selections of exemplar projects, acclimatised to Springvale.

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Anne Butler Memorial Medal Semester 1, 2017 Supervisor Statement: This project is situated somewhere between the near future and the recent past, on a site not far from here. Nominally the corner of Elizabeth and Lonsdale street with connections to the recently Hayball Empire apartments and Elenberg Fraser’s Beyoncé tower, as well as to the ARM renovated Kurakawa Melbourne central. In many way, this project shares an interest with another Alumni and colleague, Felicity Scott, whose recent book Outlaw Territories: the subtitle of which is Environments of Insecurity/Architectures of Counter-Insurgency investigates architecture’s relation to “human unsettlement” and territorial insecurity is framed in terms of equipment and situation of ownership and agency. BOARDING is a situation between the street and the international space station, NOW is the time where past futures and future past collide. The project revolves around a stream of inventions, each an extra things that Dan has brought into existence, each a set that sees a collision of bodies and objects used to rethink proximity, ownership and possession. Shared wardrobes occupy abandoned rooms, communal kitchens and bathrooms which require additional plumbing, storage furniture and appliances all pose solutions to yet unasked questions and unimagined problems in a world where everything is a thing _ Peter Brew

Now Boarding

Dan Schulz Supervisor: Dr. Peter Brew

Now Boarding by Dan Schulz begins at the margins of the city where clever pretty people have retrofitted a State Bank House in order to collectivise their wardrobe. After successfully becoming the most fashionable citizens in the Northern suburbs, the newly liberated inhabitants decide to destabilise the pedigree city by introducing new domestic inventions, prosthetics and additions into the home for restructuring work, life and leisure. The cast buy a series of apartments in the Empire building by PDS Group on Elizabeth street and retrofit them to collectivise their bathing rituals. In the face of increasing instability of work, the 8 hour working monument is toppled, an event that marks the end of the Protestant work-life structure. Work is returned to cultural production. Following the super-stardom of these sharing entrepreneurs Melbourne is ranked most shareable city six times in a row. A new development, The Boarders Club (patent pending), hybridises the cornerstones of Melbourne city - the home, the workplace, and the shopping centre - openly recognising the current condition of over-abundance of commodities. At times this project is so wrapped up its own cleverness that good ideas become lost in a fog of pseudoempowerment and fight-the-system pinko chatter. Having said that, novel ideas are always welcome. The central trigger of Schulz’s propositional burgeoning utopia is that once the world’s wealth is owned by 0.1 per cent, the remaining 99.9 per cent of citizens will finally realise they have been duped and disembark. This counter-colonist class will build their own communities based on mutual respect and sharing of skills, forging a bright future for the city.

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Matthew Dwyer Supervisor: Dr. Peter Brew

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In here, we swim, and our tiny naked bodies know the enormity of the machine which holds us - we know ourselves in its grasp. Leaning on the pool edge, our eyes level with the concrete, rough against skin, its perspective withdraws into the heat-haze. It is a place made for the city, not for humans. We meet the Creek here, like a reunion between estranged sisters, perhaps nervous, amicable and embarrassed; now both of us are outcast from a world overhead and unconcerned. The flood is terrifying. Fast, heavy, silent and lethal and most nonchalant, until it rages upon the objects in its path. To think; this is where we swim‌ The water drops and slowly clears; the reflected light of pool-tiles, and the revelation of forms beneath the water indicates the start of the clean-up, the beginning of getting back in. The architect defines a locality within the distributed system. Its effects are immediate and at a distance, simultaneously. Through ostensible and ulterior motives, an architectural programme is allowed for and suggested, rather than directed. In this way, the architecture is an open question of a potential inhabitation — something we could have if we wanted it.

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Imperial Hotel

Limousine / Hurst Entry

Eleventh Five Year Plan - Main Document Volume I

Celebratory Procession Promenade

Collins Street, 5pm “I should have known, their lives were just as complex as mine, if not more so.” - John Brack

A Colonial Cast Aluminium Table in the Church of Light. The actual audacity.

Buying all of your favourite snacks at once. Visceral overt saturated indulgence.

The Kingdom of Bhutan The country has established a Ministry of Happiness, which quantifies and reports on the nation’s GNH Gross National Happiness.

Parliament Reserve Public BDM Viewing Platform

Dale Schlosser Supervisor: Dr. Michael Spooner

HIS MAJESTY THE KING JIGME KHESAR NAMGYEL WANGCHUCK

The Cremorne Pleasure Gardens A gondola on its way to Cremorne Gardens, near the original Princes Bridge, Melbourne, 1855.

Parliament Public Tour Access

Hotel Windsor

Blind Men and an Elephant A group of blind men conceptualise what an elephant looks like by touching it. They all disagree over its appearance, but ultimately it is the one animal.

The Ministry of Happiness

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Ernst & Young framing the Sofitel in a bed of plane trees. Spectacular mundaneness.

Capturing a moment of yourself, knowing your current state will be worth reflecting on later. Inebriation.

Spring Street State Exhibition Art Gallery Public Seating

State Death Celebration Chamber

The Parliament of Victoria is located on the fringe of the Melbourne CBD: the epicentre for an epidemic of discontent. Working, living, commuting to, or studying in the CBD have been shown in surveys to be the state’s biggest contributors in making people unhappy. Bhutan, by contrast, has a government ministry where it quantifies its nation’s “Gross National Happiness”. What is our government’s responsibility in giving weight to this overlooked aspect of our wellbeing?

State Happiness Conference Rooms

Alcohol Bar Parliament Station Nicotine Bar Pharmaceutical Prescription Bar

State Birth Celebration Chamber

State Happiness Research Offices

Catering Facilities

State Marriage Celebration Chamber

Public BDM Announcements Screen

Happiness Convention Centre

State Divorce Celebration Chamber

Public Seating

Gordon Reserve

Underground Carpark Entry

Services Delivery Parliament Tram Station

MacArthur Street

This proposal aims to enhance our state government with a complex for a Ministry of Happiness. The southern wing of Parliament House is completed with a gallery for artefacts gifted to the state. On the perimeter, bars dispense inebriating substances and monetise the venture. A Happiness Convention Centre equips the government with a space to hold state functions or even rise to the challenge of mass speed dating. The Births, Deaths and Marriages Chambers entangle our most momentous life events into one profound occasion.

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Smoko Squad - Est ‘93

The core of this project is the belief that architecture, through subtle or overt interventions, has the ability to contend with, and improve our happiness.

Ok, Now a candid one

Probably only worth a Snapchat

I think I left the heater on

That guy missed his tram

That photo is gonna be shit

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Please stop glancing over at me I kind of wish I invited my family..

Who the fuck is Liam Picken?


RE: DREAM BY MICHAEL LOPES-VIEIRA

THE CONSTRUCTIVE METHOD MUST FOLLOW AN INVESTIGATIVE ANALYSIS. L. HILBERSEIMER

Re: Dream

Michael Lopes-Vieira Supervisors: Prof. Mark Jacques & Dean Boothroyd

This major project has been developed through observations of the suburb. It has attempted to distil a set of the generic conditions as operating mechanisms with which to manufacture form and space. The mechanisms consist of the house; the subdivision and the spatial excess that is the by-product of the planned suburb. Once these are understood as the constituent parts of the superblock, they are able to redeployed as a kit of parts that intensify experience – a new kind of suburban paradise. Imagine a backyard that allows you to have a fruit orchard and a tennis court and a veggie patch and play bocce. The initial investigations of this project were generic - not concerned with any particular site, but the entire suburban condition as a site for exploration. The second part of this project attempts to test the generic through deploying the kit of parts onto a real site - Calder Park in Melbourne’s outer west. The amenity spaces within the kit have been organised through the view – the site as seen from road and rail. The two opposing grids converge in a central void defined by a pylon easement. The aggregation of the superblocks across the 276 hectare site allows for suburban experiences at the scale of the landscape – traversing the new suburb by walking though forests, orchards past pools, BBQ’s, through collective front yards, and a constellation of private amenity made public.

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REMAKING THE WHITTEN OVAL

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SPEAKERS CORNER CRICKET NETS

STREET COURT

Fiona Plaisted Supervisors: Mark Raggatt & Tim Pyke

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GRANDSTAND

This is a project to mark the significance of the beginning of the Australian Women’s Football league and to promote a more inclusive and social experience of a sporting precinct.

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It is an idea about redefining the type of the football oval that is traditionally a rather masculine space that is not very inclusive. Building on the idea that these spaces can be considered to be key indicators of community and civic infrastructure within inner suburban melbourne and reinvestigating this type of sporting precinct to make it more accessible and inclusive.

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RELOCATED WOMENS CIRCUS

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By creating a continuous landscape that responds to the additional program I have decentralised the focus of the main event whilst also enhancing the social aspects of experiencing the spectacle of the football. There are designed intersectional methods to view and be viewed within the precinct, these are conversant viewing relationships. The intersectional arrangements are meant to reflect the more complex relationships that exist within the community rather than a binary focus on the singular spectacle of the football.

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Peter Corrigan Medal Semester 1, 2017 Supervisor Statement: Lauren’s project for the Arden Macauley site in North Melbourne is a polemic about the way that cities grow and the way in which architecture might deploy time. It speculates on conceiving the site not as a final version, but through the social and spatial agency deployed as accelerated evolution.

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horse masquerading as enabling work, the project makes a spatial claim or land grab for a public realm whose materiality and collective memory is intact and authentic, not manufactured and post-hoc.

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Relocation of temporary to permanent site fabric

Industrial footprint defines planting Planting defines circulation

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Her project reveals tactics that design often takes for granted – it is an architecture of sequence, squatting and sedition. _ Dean Boothroyd and Prof. Mark Jacques 3D

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Initial registration across the site

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Identification of industrial scale footprints

Shared occupation of site during construction

Relocation of temporary to permanent site fabric

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SHED 04 MMRP CBD NORTH SHED REDEPLOYMENT AS PORTAL FRAME STRUCTURE: MPC MANAGEMENT GROUP AND SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT FOR MPC ECOLOGY

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Former temporary parking spaces now operates as space for market next to Shed 04

Bike path from Moonee Ponds creek into site widened, and Temporary infrastrucutre 3A becomes large bike store for cyclists

CBD Metrics: Popn. 6000: Permanent infrastructure for Cinema, to replace temporary infrastructure

Vending Machine updates to café adjoinging station

Kiosk / BBQ Area

CBD METRICS: POPN. 5,100 : PERFORMANCE HALL CBD METRICS: POPN. 4500: SMALL EXHIBITION SPACE

POPN 2300: + BOOKABLE KITCHEN

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Void in the ground surface: Where inside meets outside in a future allotment

Variable plane and surface continuity: Defines a recreational place between what will later be a public private atrium between two buildings

Existing structure introduces public playground equipment

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Plastic Canvas from the construction site is patched together with 3M Tape to enclose some of the temporary infrastructures

Discarded PVC Formwork Panels from the construction parcel 1 are repurposed to retrofit sheds 1 & 2

A selection of site across Melbourne are invaded with displays, which inform in realtime, the evolution of the construction site, as well as the visitor opinions collected through

Territorial Limits: All the in and out material and waste transport are identified to make visible through the landscape, the real extension of the

Construction lights threshold: The enclosure where each construction company works under different working sites is highlighted through the landscape, with coloured Defined path is now established between public equipment

STATION OPENS

Outdoor Track Established at extension of Capital City Trail, into

Large sized displays: Opinions of the visitors are exposed and collected through video booth located in the working site & singular spots in the CBD through

Long Exhibition Space

Temporary Public Library Space

MPC Environmental / systems management POPN. 2000: CENTRAL PARK

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SITE SHED CONVERTED TO EXPOSITION SPACE FOR REMAINING DEVELOPMENT

2.The repurposing of the acoustic sheds used to facilitate the construction of the Metro Tunnel, which through strategic location and use, can accommodate an evolution of event and program over the lifespan of Arden’s development.

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immediate neighbours RAC / CP / creative practices walkers / joggers / cyclists

SITE SHED PUBLIC FOOD CONVERTED TO EXPOSITION SPACE FOR HALL

1. An architectural syntax of temporary infrastructures which fill the site across a point grid, to serve as orientation points for users and programs. These structures don’t take form as a building per se, but as a kit of parts with which to construct a temporary idea of the city.

3. A tool-kit of rules, guiding the deployment of poplar trees across the site allowing for maximum coverage of the space. These rules create idiosyncrasies within the grid that would register the residues of the space, preserving the narrative of past use and creating a series of platforms or rooms within the grid that temporary programs could latch onto.

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Small bus service operation, offering visits to the Park and exposition spaces. A hoarding throughfare guides users to the Metro Shed now operating as shared food hall and

Two parking structures push Car Traffic to the periphery

SHED 03 SITE SHED JOBS POPULATION

Lights are installed at the extension of Queensberry St, through to the Creek, to suggest a public throughfare through the site

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A point grid across the site is established, defining a path through the site which will later be

The project takes the future Arden precinct as its testing field, whose proposed Places Victoria Masterplan dangerously negates contextual distinctions such as topography and cultural differentiation will prove largely ineffective at producing new and intricate places of urban value.

EARTHWORKS SERVICES / CIRCULATION PLANTING SURFACES / LIGHTING EQUIPMENT STRUCTURES In order to make visible and participatable construction processes, the insertion of flags that inform of the usage of the buildings under construction and the percentage of the work done.

In the context of Melbourne’s recent large scale urban redevelopments, where reductive top down methods of planning passively serve the status quo and engender atomized and static spaces: This project presents an alternative method of urban production, one which focuses not on the realisation of the final outcome, but rather on a series of territorial, social and environmental operations, that with cumulative effect, act as an irritant to business-as-usual development and as a landgrab for the public realm.

2018

Lauren Garner Supervisors: Prof. Mark Jacques & Dean Boothroyd

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The discipline of architecture is defined by ideas that are passed on, copied and transformed to form an accepted history of cultural production. In a world of post-truth politics, fake news, alternative facts and virulent populist sensibilities, how firm is this immutable foundation upon which our understanding of architecture and its value rests? What might alternative architectural facts look like in a discipline that openly accepts and is built on a visual culture of copying? By extending the capability of algorithms that already know what we’ll buy next on Amazon, what’s cool on Pinterest and what political views on Facebook might swing our vote, this project speculates on how machine generated images of Palladian architecture might learn from our tastes and desires and gradually erode our memory of what architectural value they held in the first place.

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Using the Preston Market redevelopment as a testing ground, the architecture of the project begins to take on qualities that resemble an uncannily Palladian order and yet on closer inspection reveal subtle differences, anomalies, artefacts and falsehoods. The building unfolds in a dialogue between architect and machine; the designer judging the degree to which anomalous conditions are allowed to distort and refigure conventional notions (or ‘truths’) of the grid, the envelope, circulation, fenestration and ornamentation across different scales of the masterplan and its buildings, rooms and details. In an experiment in appealing to pop sensibilities, the strange result of this dialogue is an architectural fake, containing qualities ‘cooler’ than the original Palladian villa from which it is derived.

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All Things May Trend Towards Entropy Maia Cookson Supervisor: John Doyle

This project explores the concept of developing an approach to suburban densification that is not based upon a process of consolidation. The approach developed in this project interrogates the notion that densification can be a catalyst for greater, rather than less, diversity. The archetypal house is divided in such a way that the individual elements remain proportional to one another and therefore the result retains an essence of familiarity of the suburban home. A dense and pressurised composition is created through an intentional, and in some cases confrontational, overlapping of enclosed private spaces, semi-private exterior spaces, and the public spaces of the open street. The newly derived forms were reconfigured in such a way that it became so fractured and partitioned, that individual houses are no longer singular objects, but rather become an assemblage of objects, where boundaries and edges become unclear and territories undefined. The private and the public become blurred and porosity through the site is amplified. The house, a symbol of the private and individual, becomes collective again. Ultimately, this project addresses the fundamental contradiction that these two opposing forces sets up – how do you densify and be porous?

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Hi-Vis House

Otis Filley Supervisors: Dr. Michael Spooner

B e l o n g H ere - s p ac e f o r re n t

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The project situates itself in-between two conditions that are largely representative of housing models from the recent past and the present future; the suburban home and the high-rise lifestyle tower. It seeks to view both conditions as desirous in order to create amplifications where contempt lust and jealousy mingle and twitch with one another. I have worked in a manner in which association comes from loose fringes of how objects relate to one another.

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This project is about objects of desire. In particular it focusses on the suburban backyard as a space for invention and entrepreneurship. The architectural response is a series of extensions derived from the conflation of objects related to the home, the individual and the construction process to form a space for a future speculation of work and lifestyle.

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The Unfinished City

Oskar Kazmanli-Liffen Supervisors: Prof. Mark Jacques & Dean Boothroyd Location

The city’s development strategy and regulation has lead to an increasing number of buildings and spaces that are distinctly complete. The resultant public and private realms that therefore have a finite ability to be occupied or appropriated. This proposal suggests that unfinished or dysfunctional spaces associated with infrastructure are key contributors to the character and identity of the city and seeks to establish and investigate their positive characteristics. It proposes an infrastructure of occupation to ensure these qualities are part of the city’s development. “The making of walls is implicit in the formation of buildings, cities and societies. Examining built examples reveals the importance as well as the possibilities of walls. At the scale of a coat of paint, walls affect the individual, while at the scale of the city, walls may represent and direct an entire culture. The wall may be used as both an analytical and design tool to better accommodate individuals and institutions.” – Mark Oberholzer

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View - Crossing

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Second Plan - Park First Plan - Hotham Gardens Ground Plan - Shed

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Unfinished, infrastructural spaces are key contributors to the character and identity of the city. This project is an investigation into the implications of space designed as infrastructure, it intends to highlight the value in urban spaces that are in-complete and proposes an infrastructure of occupation to ensure these qualities are part of the city’s development.

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Beyond Babylon

Jishi Pan Supervisor: John Doyle

This project investigates an urban strategy of post petrocity of China. The site was the location of a 50 years old refinery which is currently functioning in reduced capacity due to the crude oil reduction in City of Tianjin. Beyond Babylon presents a new look of Chinese urbanization - that the city is no longer builds upon white paper but existing memory. The preservation of entire factory is respectful of the past petroleum civilization. Existing buildings are utilized, and float above the refining facilities following a transformation of its architecture. Beijing’s traditional courtyards are picked as an urban pattern to fill in the site’s void. The entire city is built above the ground in order to liberate the ground due to the long term contamination. The grid of city invisible streets and verhiclar areas are replaced with paved green spaces. Beyond Babylon presents a post-petro city which is raised from the ashes of petroleum.

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Particulate Resolutions

Sebastian Nicht Supervisor: Dr. Roland Snooks

Particulate Resolutions is a conceptual non computational, digital study which attempts to deal with the systematic relationships of particulates between composition, effects and the resulting qualities. It explored this idea through a series of compositional studies via an effect of; resolution, intensity, blur, coagulation, fadeout, layering, and silhouette as a base limit. These effects were either built into the process to predetermine outcomes through feedback loop analysis, or were emergent from the process. It is these compositional studies which were shaped around the design of a new docklands open air town hall, which attempts to critique recreating a new rich civic narrative of architecture which re-establishes it as an entity which can become super ornate. Particulate resolutions aligned itself with several studies and precedents including that of atmosphere and perception of “the sixth sense” and Tara Donavan’s sculptural work. One of the most compelling by-products of the conceptual study was the common pareidolic relationships which could be made between the form and the user. This could be viewed as either architectural object or non-architectural object, which wasn’t intended in the process.

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Turtles All the Way Down

William Grosby

Turtles All the Way Down

William Grosby Supervisors: Tim Pyke & Mark Raggatt

This major project is an opportunity for me to prosecute a certain idea of the city; an idea which very few architects seem to want to engage in or even acknowledge. It seems to be mostly non architects who take the position: Henri Lefebvre, Jonathan Meades, Robin Evans, Walter Benjamin, Slavoj Žižek, Albert Pope. Among these thinkers, sociologists and philosophers is an idea that the actions and ambitions of architects, urbanists, planners and utopians has been to sanitise the city, to cure it, and in attempting to cure the city they have in fact destroyed it and removed from it the paradoxes and intricacies that made it interesting or worthwhile. Robert Hughes summarises it in The Shock of the New when he quips that it would seem that “like plants, we need the shit of others for nutriments”. This notion has its root in the Hegelian idea of ethics as being corporeal, that bodily interaction is necessary for the development of ethics. It stands then that the more we retreat into our domestic and technological bubbles, the less ethical we may become. To quote Henri Lefebvre: “The left-wing critique must demonstrate that centrality is constitutive of urban life, that if there is no longer centrality, there is no longer urban life, that the dislocation of centrality threatens the very heart of urban practice”.

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Sleep Sanctuary A Retreat with Dreamscape

- A Citadel holding a courtyard garden - The Aesthetic not the Anesthetic - Rest, Rehab and Research SITE

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The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters

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Vanderbilt Medical Center

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The oldest asylum Yarra Bend Asylum(1848-1925) and Kew Asylum(1871-)

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The Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening

Henstead Exotic Garden

The Garden of Earthly Delights

Sleep Sanctuary: A Retreat with Dreamscape Student: Qixin Xie Supervisor: Dr. Graham Crist A stone path beside a long hedge with flowers, leads you into the clinic

This design is a sleep clinic; An idea of a facility that comes out of the growing body of research on sleep and its relation to physical and mental health. It connects to the idea of a sanatorium- an old fashioned idea that sometimes what we need to recover and get well, is a good rest. The building mixes recreation, accommodation, simple clinical spaces, and a small research facility. You could check in as a long term patient, visit like a wellness center, or come for education on the field of sleep.

The entrance leads to the blue stairs up into the building or follows a path to explore the garden

The heart of the garden. Four consultant rooms surrounded by planting and accommodation space

The project is located in Kew near the Eastern Freeway, in an area of Melbourne with a long history of asylum facilities. The focus on sleep implies a connection to dreams. This as an area of study is contrasted with the anesthetic tendency of medical treatment. The aesthetic suggests the rich and vivid world of dreams, as opposed to the bland and anesthetic world of modern medical treatment.

The garden on the ground. The fragrance from the fruit trees and listen to the birds

A rooftop garden. Clean your mind with meditation and the aroma of flowers

A spiral ramp links the recreation spaces on different levels

A view from freeway, an unpredictable fascination on the dull road

Unlike a sanatorium sprawling into the landscape, this design takes the compact citadel as its model. As a spatial type it is a fortified garden sanctuary.

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A view from freeway, an unpredictable fascination on the dull road


Instant Classic

Thomas Muratore

Silurian Mudstones and Sandstones

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Pleistocene and recent Silts and Sands

Older Basalt

Tertiary Sands and Clays

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1 Mile x 1 Mile Study Boundary / Elements in the Survey of Melbourne

Sandstones, Clays, Silts and Mudstones

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Silurian Mudstones and Sandstones

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Sandstones, Clays, Silts and Mudstones

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Old Melbourne Cemetery Overlay (pre-1877) 1:500

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Old Melbourne Cemetery and QVM (1877) 1:500

QVM (1945) 1:500

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Instant Classic

Thomas Muratore Supervisor: Simone Koch

The changes brought by the process of modernisation have had a direct impact on heritage practices. By the end of the 19th century, heritage was no longer a matter of family legacy or privilege, but rather a quality ascribed to any artefact that held the potential for collective meaning. This has resulted in a situation today where the interval between the present and historical significance has become increasingly diminished, and in some cases has seen heritage significance ascribed to a project before its completion.

Existing QVM Car park

Existing Site Axis / Monument

Building conservation has become essential to Melbourne’s revitalisation and the uniqueness of what the city’s economy has to offer. However, it is primarily an aesthetic history that precincts such as the Block Arcade and the Queen Victoria Market contribute to a place’s symbolic value, now vital for a city to act in a global economy. In reconsidering the criteria used by the Heritage Council of Victoria for assessing significance, this project assumes a practice in which the past becomes a propositional element in design. The project centres on the question of what the role of heritage might be in the design process in order to ensure an architecture’s more immediate legacy.

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Possession of uncommon, rare or endangered aspects of Victoria’s cultural history.

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Potential to yield information that will contribute to an understanding of Victoria’s cultural history.

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Importance in demonstrating the principal characteristics of a class of cultural places and objects.

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Importance in exhibiting particular aesthetic characteristics.

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Importance in demonstrating a high degree of creative or technical achievement at a particular period.

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Strong or special association with a particular community or cultural group for social, cultural or spiritual reasons. This includes the significance of a place to Indigenous peoples as part of their continuing and developing cultural traditions.

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Special association with the life or works of a person, or group of persons, of importance in Victoria’s history.

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Courtyard Elevation Studios / Gallery / Events Space / Childcare Centre

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Studio Space

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AROUND THE BEND A NEW NORMAL

RESPITE AND PERMANT CARE FOR THOSE SUFFERING DEMENTIA BY DAMON DOUGLAS

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Located just east of Melbourne in Yarra Bend Park Heidelberg, this project is looking at how an intense study of a particular condition, that being dementia, can inform an architecture that is derived from the mental and cognitive rupturing of the mind.

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BUILDING OPERATIONS IT SERVICES STAFF WORKSPACES SERVER ROOM FACILITIES AND BUILDING SERVICES STAFF WORKSPACES ENCLOSED OFFICE SECURITY CONTROL ROOM SECURITY CHECK POINT SECURITY CONTROL ROOM FIRE COMMAND CENTRE CLEANERS ROOMS CLEANERS ROOMS AND STORE DISASTER RECOVERY BINS WASTE ROOM CATERING STAFF SATELLITE OFFICE STAFF WORKSPACES

The site, a void, is utilised as a durational and psychological threshold prior to entering a series of secondary thresholds to the building proper. The void sets the building as an ‘island’, a volume which must be crossed to reach the building. This first threshold reinforces the notion of ‘other’ with no apertures to the city, establishing the notion of a foreign object.

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The extended, deepened threshold of the void links to the forecourt where the walls of the drum obscure context seeking to place the visitor within an experiential framework suited to a more focussed or heightened experience of contemporary art. The forecourt, within the building, yet outside, re-calibrates and allows a heightened sense of self, a dissonance, an adjustment to the relationship with the building and its surrounding context.

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A PLACE FOR A POOL

A Place for a Pool

Eleanor Morgan Supervisor: Vicky Lam

The pool is a culturally powerful public place. It represents a place we seek – beautiful, exciting, and inclusive. It is a unique and vital architectural typology within the context of urban Australia, regarded with great pride as an asset to the community.

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The new urban communities we are creating are dense, fast and exclusive. Specifically, in Melbourne’s CBD, high rise development is rampant. Densification of Melbourne’s CBD could put our city’s liveability under extreme pressure if adequate measures are not taken to alleviate the inherent imbalance between community amenity, public space, and commercial development. For high rise developments to exceed plot ratio there are regulations that dictate each individual development must provide a Public Benefit. This major project contests the current strategy of individual sites acting autonomously, and reconsiders an alternative of a collective contribution to a larger civic amenity. Batman Park, located on the north bank of the Yarra River in the CBD’s west end, is offensively underutilised and offers little to the CBD in the way of quality public space. Informed by a social concern, the public swimming pool was selected to illustrate how amenity could be provided in a relevant, familiar, and sensible way. This major project deconstructs the traditional idea of the suburban pool and the way that exclusive urban pools are integrated into high rise developments. It considers what the pool means for the CBD, how the pool can become the city, and the city can become the pool.

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Chinese Social Center Box Hill Han Chen Supervisor: Dr. Jan van Schaik

Australian Chinese people’s acting history could be found from 18th Century. Along with the growing population of Chinese people, there is no architecture to reflect their history. This project tries to create a sense of belonging to reflect the long history of Chinese people acting in Australia and create a contemporary Chinese architecture language in Australia. In the middle of the project is a contemporary vertical Chinatown, starting from ground level to top. Each function has its owns platform to present part of activities along the vertical Chinatown. From top to bottom the building is like a story of Chinese people acting in Australia. The spatial and architectural elements reflect important historic events of Chinese people, such as gold rush, Buckland Riot and White Australia Policy. These elements are translated from traditional Chinese architecture. The continuous roof becomes a part of façade which imitates the Chinese villages. From ground to top, it intends to create a way back to home.

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Sky Forest Community

Huhan Dai Supervisor: Dr. Jan van Schaik

China is experiencing an air pollution bubble.This project proposes to incorporate a range of plants into a residential building in response to the air pollution issue in Nanjing. The chosen site is located in the northern part of Nanjing city. Due to rapid urbanisation, this area needs more residential development. Plants including trees, bushes and ivy are key elements to purifying the air. The building is designed in a way to support a huge amount of plant-life on its exterior, including the roof and facade. The traditional Chinese drawings emphasise harmony between people and their environment. The landscape can become a medium to accommodate the community. The interesting space quality of stalagmites emphasises the natural elements at play in the building design. They also add more surface area to support more plants. The building surface will be adorned with highly efficient airfiltering plants, which are boston ivy vines. These hark back to a bye-gone era in Nanjing when ivy covered most residential houses. The entire project functions as a community, including a sports center and community social space. The objective of this is to combine healthy activities with an idyllic natural setting.

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Story of Yesterday, A Cautionary Tale Siman Wang Supervisor: Ian Nazareth

The project is autobiographical, presenting a story of Handan – an industrial city in China. It is one of the most polluted cities and its residences suffer from the adverse effects of environmental pollution and related fatal diseases. The project assumes the closure of the polluting factory. In its new context, the site demonstrates various phases of remediation. It is not entirely cleansed or purified, but the whole site is completely transformed into a post-industrial park and research facility. In the center of the site, a dome encloses part of the polluting factory infrastructure – a relic from yesterday, including workshops, chimneys, toxic air, polluted water and soil. The world inside the dome is an abandoned and dreadful place and only limited numbers of scientists and authorised tourists can stay in site, all clad in protective gear. The bear witness to the cautionary tale of the recent past, delving into a story of the yesterday. Tourists are confronted with contrasting and co-existing experiences – the toxic remains of the polluting factory inside the dome and the transformed, clean world outside the dome. The architecture is a catalyst to amplify the conditions leaving a much deeper impression on tourists. The project is also symbolic, the icons of the previous age in China’s economy growth point the way forward.

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UNBOXING THE H I L L

HOW TO DE-CONSTRUCT A “BIG BOX” SHOPPING CENTRE: NEW CONNECTIONS

TRAM STOP

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MELISSA TIONG XIAO ERN | S3325820 | SUPERVISOR: DEAN BOOTHROYD

12, 000 sqm

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BOX HILL AS AN “ALTERNATIVE CBD” NEXT 5 YRS

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‘Unboxing The Hill’ is a public-transport oriented mixeduse development proposed to re-intensify the current inactive “big box” shopping centre model through re-thinking the nature of a shopping centre. How can a shopping centre be inhabited such that it does not prime the shopping experience from its public transport?

ENTRY INTO SUPERMARKET

Box Hill has been featured as a possible “alternative CBD” due to its fast growing activity centre outside Melbourne CBD. However, it is also one of the many suburbs expressing a need for greater density projects. Its plans to grapple these issues are worrying, where the future looks like a “synthetic” mini-city. No concerns of public amenity are looked at to offset the 26% population boom forecast for the next 5 years.

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‘Unboxing The Hill’ is a public-transport oriented mixed-use development proposed to re-intensify the current inactive “big box” shopping centre model through re-thinking the nature of a shopping centre. How can a shopping centre be inhabited such that it does not prime the shopping experience from its public transport?

The project started with an observation of the many inactive pocket parks scattered around Box Hill Central. Ideas from Queen Victoria Market on how to deal with high density on the northern edge of Melbourne CBD have been taken to Box Hill to insert a civic dimension into the shopping centre. The existing condition of its current public transport located on three separate levels has dictated the nature of the park to be a plane that is manipulated to stitch the infrastructure back together. This scheme is conceived across a series of scales, from a masterplan of Box Hill to detailed design of the edge between the shopping mall and the park. The model of the shopping centre explores an atomised model by which the programs are splayed around the park to get better movement and connection between each of the programs. The park becomes the connective tissue at multiple levels, allowing for the shopping mall to now be inhabited through a public space.

Box Hill has been featured as a possible “alternative CBD” due to its fast growing activity centre outside Melbourne CBD. However, it is also one of the many suburbs expressing a need for greater density projects. Its plans to grapple these issues are worrying, where the future looks like a “synthetic” mini-city. No concerns of public amenity are looked at to offset the 26% population boom forecast for the next 5 years. The project started with an observation of the many inactive pocket parks scattered around Box Hill Central. Ideas from Queen Victoria Market on how to deal with high density on the northern edge of Melbourne CBD have been taken to Box Hill to insert a civic dimension into the shopping centre. The existing condition of its current public transport located on three separate levels has dictated the nature of the park to be a plane that is manipulated to stitch the infrastructure back together. This scheme is conceived across a series of scales, from a masterplan of Box Hill to detailed design of the edge between the shopping mall and the park. The model of the shopping centre explores an atomised model by which the programs are splayed around the park to get better movement and connection between each of the programs. The park becomes the connective tissue at multiple levels, allowing for the shopping mall to now be inhabited through a public space.

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Situated on a “typical block” in south- east suburb Bentleigh, the life of this project is shaped by the courtyard home and the intricate neighbourly relationships and nuances of everyday life contained within. Studies of “neighbourhood relationships” conflate into an architectural language that alludes to the tense yet freeing nature of suburbia and the neighbours that come along with it. Drawing upon their perceived attitudes and gestures, the design transforms them into elements that define the scale, material and composition of these dwellings. The architecture in this collection resists the idea of repetitive housing modules, but is instead driven with intent to pursue a personal and culturally honest identity. Simultaneously it provides an activated front yard-back yard community - a far cry from the existing orange brick dwellings that share the site. It is a project driven with the means of not being fixated on a specific block, but can be recognised as a vibrant housing proposition to our Struggling Australian Reality.

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ORIGINAL CONDITION OF SITE

PROJECTION OF CONTEXT ELEVATION ONTO PLAN

VIEW OF HOUSES H, I & J- FRONT YARDS

INSERTION OF INDIVIDUAL COURTYARDS

CURVES AND CUSPS CONTRASTING THE CONTEXT

GOLD POURED TROPHY HOMES

CROSS SECTION HOUSE J 1:40

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VIEW OF HOUSE J - COURTYARD

VIEW OF HOUSE F - BOUNDARY LANE

VIEW OF HOUSE D - DINING ROOM


New Hutong City

Xiaoyu Zhang Supervisor: Dr. Peter Brew

The site is located in a traditional Hutong block in Beijing. The Hutong is a traditional local house and character of architecture in Beijing. It is mixed scale, having the courtyard and narrow streets. The Hutong neighborhood had once been dependent and interconnected to the market. Questioning the local authority plan to demolish the local market and transform the site to office building schemes, this project tries to make a diverse city including the office building schemes and bring the market back for this Hutong block. The challenge of this generation is how the diversity and scale of the Hutong could integrate with a big scale commercial development proposed for the site. Based on Feng Shui Theory, in ancient times, The Hutong house is separated by Sudoku and have their own logic these over time have been extended and subdivided and adapted, which creates specific urban fabric and subtle repetitions. This project follows the way of Hutong development, making a code to design diversity. It sets 9 design elements including existing Hutong and runs on the site in the Sudoku rule, that archives random and diversity and integrated with the existing fabric, preserving the Hutong and Hutong life.

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Turning Solid Into Void Into Solid Yiran Liu Supervisor: Peter Knight

The project is concerned with the City Square and is using the new metro tunnel, station, and entrances as a driver for a new change, but at the same time, reminding people of the history (what was there before). In the last 40 years, City Square has already been completely demolished 3 times including the current cycle, because of the new history that Melbourne’s going to write – metro tunnel project. So, through its death and rebirth as an iterated process, people’s memory about it has been overwhelmed by time. So this project is about capturing the need for a signifier of transience and a celebration for the city. It is also about engaging with memory - for those that remember the old city square as well as those who have no memory of what was there before.

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THE RIVER OF MIST DION SRKULJ S3381531

INDIAN STEP WELL ARCHITECTURE

HAROLD HOLT SWIMMING POOL

MELBOURNE 1865 - 2017

The River of Mist

Dion Srkulj Supervisor: Amy Muir 5

3 4

1

2

9 8 1. SWIMMING CLUB AND EVENTS ROOM 2. INDOOR BATHING POOL 3. AMENITIES AND VIEWING AREA 4. COMMON AREA 5. ADMINISTATION 6. CAFE AND KIOSK 7. DIVING POOL 8. MAIN POOL 9. LEISURE POOL 10. RIVER JETTY AND WALKING PATH SITE PLAN 1:500

7

6

This project is a public swimming pool for the City of Melbourne. The site is located within Birrarung Marr, a section of parkland that sits on the edge of the central business district along the Yarra River. It is influenced by history, culture and activity and is the convergence of road, rail and river. The project is an opportunity to deal with the relationship between the city and the river’s edge, a condition that has slowly eroded since the early European settlement. The project also looks at contextual themes of the site while reinstating the connection between the urban fabric of the city, the river and the sporting precinct of Melbourne. Since the 1970s, the city of Melbourne has transformed from a manufacturing metropolis towards an event city of sporting and cultural activity. The pool is an important part of Australian culture and identity and posses many different forms which engage with a multicultural audience.

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Urban Degustation

Tianbo Zhou Supervisor: John Doyle

This project is about a collective memory of Public Market and Urbanization, the site located at the car parking area of Queen Victoria Market, trying to examine the relationship between urban and public market, architecture and degustation. The ground level is an extension of the Market and the upper level is an extension of the cityscape, in between the spaces, the main programs are cooking school, restaurants and cinema. The proposal aims to create a public space to link the market and apartment together. It is talking about the ingredients travel through the spaces and becoming a taste of memory. It is talking about the spatial quality influences each other and creating new experiences. When the memories of the surroundings travel into the architecture, the traits are merged together as well, so that it can be read the roof typology from the market, the cityscape from the city. All of these features bring people together and create new memory of life.

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Above The Roof

Jjiang Song Supervisor: Ian Nazareth

This project proposes a mixed use complex library that engages with the underlying suburb, community and cultural systems that organize the district. It aims to provide and encourage a dynamic public space while linking the local residential neighborhood back to the main public building in Whitehorse city. The project is trying to physicalize the Dewey Decimal Classification System then link different function of space to different category of system. Those space will like symbolic beacon of Dewey Decimal System which make people more easily to find the book they want. Every single space also inherit the local identity from different historical building in the local neighborhood. Another important part of this library is the rooftop. Every thing of the library are build under one big roof which citizen can easily access and walk around, different events like Sunday market, art festival, music show, etc. can be held in the big roof.

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cloisters

ROBIN BOYD dower house x ABBOTSFORD CONVENT cloister x EXISTING laurimar community centre

ROBIN BOYD portsea house x EXISTING laurimar link park

public park

ROBIN BOYD portsea house x EXISTING laurimar housing

central object

‘suburban edge’

existing residential

Danica Yee Supervisor: Vicky Lam Link Park Process Collage

communal courtyard

residential cloister

Plan Diagram

2

8

6

communal frontyard

residential courtyard

5 public cloister

residential

residential courtyard

3

4 2 3

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10

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interstitial space

5

entry to residential cloister

f la x e n

backyard cloister public cloister

7

ky a rr a

The overall spatial and formal language of the project is categorised by three main influences; Abbotsford Convent as a historical precedent for women’s refuge, Robin Boyd’s mid-century homes as domestic precedents for framing private courtyards and finally, the existing strangeness of the context in Laurimar as a type of hypersuburbia. The project is largely a housing masterplan comprising of permanent and transitional housing units, shared communal facilities and varying typologies of open space. At the heart of the project is the ‘Refuge Hub’, a service accessible by both the public as well as onsite residents.

1

Housing + Cloister Process Collage

existing residential

public green space communal residential courtyards pedestrian

‘suburban edge’

Refuge Hub Process Collage

This project showcases the design of a suburban women’s refuge situated within Laurimar, a new housing development by Delfin in the northern suburb of Doreen. The northern suburbs of Melbourne face an offending domestic violence rate that is higher than the Victorian State average. The design contains three main cloister typologies, and explores the cloister as a type of interstitial space and a way to control privacy and security.

‘walled city’

‘back lane’

hills

City of Cloisters

communal facilities

6

9

lavender garden

wall facade

Site Plan

N

Site Section

SECTION Backyard

7

Back Lane

8

Link Park

9

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Residential Cloisters

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Wrapping Sunshine: Sunshine Textile Centre Shibo Du Supervisor: Ian Nazareth

Sunshine’s historical warehouse district exhibits Melbourne’s momentous cultural legacy. This ‘Suburb of warehouses’ was a hotbed for cultural integration. As the population grows, there are wider shifts in demographics in region west of Melbourne, it continues to be a large percentage of migrant growth, especially for those economically disadvantaged often thrust into a new environment and where they have limited ‘mobility’. Such as language barriers, many of their skills may no longer be applicable. There is limited scope to communicate, to integrate, to develop skills. Such of these ‘barriers of entry’ make Sunshine still lacks of vitality. My project exploits textile as metaphors to resurrect Sunshine’s bygone era, promulgate global multiculturalism, and demonstrate Sunshine’s trading and cultural lineage. The properties of textile are infused to provide a cultural narrative and to provoke a sensory experience. The austere warehouses are perceived as a dead ‘solid’ block and textiles are weaved throughout the site as ‘void’ to reignite the spirit of Sunshine.

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This, is Atherton Gardens! “Contesting Gentrification via a contested Public” Major Project Final Review Supervisor: Jonothan Cowle, Chris Hayton Student: Zilong Lu (s3128281)

Gertrude street view

This is Atherton Garden Contesting Gentrification via a Contested Public

Inside of the park

Inside of the park

Zilong Lu Supervisors: Jonothan Cowle & Chris Hayton

Brunswick street

Atherton Gardens is a social housing estate located in south Fitzroy, developed by the housing commission of Victoria during the slum reclaim movement from mid-60s to the early 70s. Atherton garden is an experiment of the post-war modernism, with the contemporary utopian architectural idea of 4 towers in the garden.

Isometric

JOHNSTON STREET

16 St DAVID STREET

MOOR STREET

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Atherton Garden had an optimistic start, but soon the enthusiasm for this radical residential area was lost. Gentrification created a social barrier between people of different income groups within Atherton garden and the rest of the city.

GEORGE STREET

GORE STREET

NAPIER STREET

FITZROY STREET

SMITH STREET

BRUNSWICK STREET

2

Family hall

Main lanscape

Childern’s suite

Parents suite Childern’s suite

3

12

GERTRUDE STREET

7

Childern’s suite

11

6

1

15

CAMBRIDGE STREET

NICHOLSON STREET

Parents suite

Parents suite Parents suite

Parents suite

Parents suite Kitchen

Kitchen

Childern’s suite

Guest hall

Childern’s suite Childern’s suite Kitchen & Servant

Guest hall Guest room

Guest room

Kitchen & Servant

Kitchen & Servant

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8

14 10 4 5 1 The Moreton Bay Fig Tree 2 The Koori Club 3 Aboriginal Housing Board of Victoria 4 Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service 5 Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency VICTORIA PARADE

6 Atherton Gardens Housing Estate 7 Koori Information Centre 8 Victorian Aboriginal Health Service 9 Fitzroy Stars Aboriginal Community Youth Club Gymnasium Incorporated 10 George Wright Hostel 11 Nindeebiya 12 Builders Arms Hotel

Community rooms

Still exists

13 Victorian Aboriginal Health Service

Collective shop

Labors union

Removed

14 Koori Kollij 15 Victorian Aboriginal Co-operative Limited

Residential domitory

16 Pastor Doug Nicholls Church of Christ

Gathering spots for Aboriginal People 1960’s-1980’s

17 Fitzroy Town Hall

Urban gentrification

Disappearing aborigional culture Factory building

Kindergaten

Public bath

walk 10

minute

Main offices

In all countries, post-war modernist architecture was about much more than just buildings. There is a rich social agenda behind it. Architects and policy makers were working hand in hand, to improve the living conditions of the inner suburb slum areas. This mix of pragmatism and idealism emerges in modernist architecture as simplicity of form and modesty.

GEORGE STREET

GORE STREET

NAPIER STREET

SMITH STREET

CAMBRIDGE STREET

FITZROY STREET

5 minute walk

NICHOLSON STREET

MOOR STREET

CALTON GARDEN

GERTRUDE STREET

VICTORIA PARADE

Context analysis

Lobby

Residential domitory Boiler house Public bath

Office

Street market

Community office

Community Room

Kindergaten

Housing office

Gertrude street

People’s hospital

Lobby

Lobby

N

Master plan 1:500

Ground floor plan of existing towers

Architetural politics

Interventions on Gertrude street

39 Interventions of the existing carpark

2700 8250

8250

2750 2750

2750 2750

8250

2750

2750

5550

By superimposing the Chinese micro district planning as my personal position onto the site, my thesis aims to bring public life and aboriginal culture back to Atherton Garden. The project reclaims the existing site as a civic park. The four existing towers are linked with new housing units. The projects re-discovers the value of the existing, using different architectural interventions to reactivate the existing site.

5550

8250

2700

Interventions of the existing tower


+

+ 1

5 Queenscliff Black Lighthouse

WW2 Defence Bunker

1870

1860

Pilots Pier 1914

3

1914

1863

2017

1938

2040

2070

2

Coastline Formation Change

2017 Shoreline

2070 Shoreline

4

17% Increase wind speed

6

Storm surge 2070 Sea level

Current sea level

Shoreline movement due to SLR

Civil Infrastructure ‘Coastal Squeeze’

Descrease surge wave speed

Prevents soil erosion Natural Shoreline w/ Defensive Infrastructure

SEA CH AN G E C HANG - A Defensive Coast 2070 Erosion

Secondary Dunes

King Tide High Tide

Surge Tide In

Dune Generating Walkway Natural Defence Againt Flooding

Sunken Tidal Gardens

Low Tide

Sea Change

Georgia Babidge Supervisor: Damien Thrackray

2 Boardwalk Barrier Shelter Huts for Wind, Rain, Sun Proctection w/ Floating Deck Pontoon

1 Water Towers, Inundation Defence w/ Emergency Storage for Fire Protection

Sectional Narrative Dune Generating Boardwalk

As the prospect of environmental stability slips away and we experience a climate that becomes increasingly unstable, the challenge is how to adapt coastal environments in a post climate change future. The scenario is in 50 years when a dystopian future emerges. A time that is characterised by increasing storms, floods, rising sea levels and bushfires.

3 During Extreme Events Inland Flood Scenario

Sea Change identifies the future threats to the coast and how this would not only affect the lifestyle of many Australian’s but also the infrastructures that support them. The project asks how do we reconfigure the landscape and the infrastructure of the town to retain coastal public spaces whilst adapting to and co-existing within a dramatically changed landscape that is as much an active flood zone as it is solid ground. Storm Surge High Tide

2017

2040

Pumping Station

2070

Storm Surge Average Tide

4. Beach Front Water Tower Section 1:100

Sto rm

5. Natural Defence Mechanism, Aquatic Habitat Section 1:100

Sea Change proposes a new coastal master plan of defensive infrastructure that forms a responsive connection to the changing coastline.

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Open

Semi

Closed

Bifold Walls, Operable During Tidal Flux

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Plan Level 01 Public Recreational Hub / Emergency Evaculation Zone 1:100

3

6 3 5

6

5

1. Public Recreation / Popup Space 2. Emergency Evacuation Zone 3. Weather Monitoring & Meteorological Station 4. Wave Energy Generator / Hydroelectric Power 5. Council Offices 6. Energy Generating Rooms 7. Tidal Flux Weighted Pulley for Bifold Timber Walls 8. Aquatic Habitat within Infrastructure 9. Lunch Room 10. Water Evaporation Smoke Generator 11. Bouys: Wave Senor / Water Temperature Gauge 12. High Frequency Radar 13. Promenade Pier 14. Warning Signals

5

9

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40

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13 10 King Storm

11 Av. Tide

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6. Sectional Narrative A Defence Tower; Public Pier / Council Offices / Weather Monitoring Station / Aquatic Habitat / Modern Lighthouse

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Icecream


Reciprocity

Jacqueline Berry Supervisor: Simon Whibley

Located in Preston, the project focuses on an intergenerational facility for the elderly and young children. There is an increasing aging population in developed nations including Australia. As such I the project looks out how the development of new elderly residences could take into consideration the mental health of the residents. Approximately 43% of elderly Australian’s experience isolation and boredom in aged care facilities. Internationally inter-generational facilities have explored how the engagement with young children has reduced a sense of isolation in the elderly residents. The project explores the idea of reciprocity; the practice of exchange for mutual benefit. In particular how the interaction between the young and old can be mutually beneficial. As well as how the idea of reciprocity can extend into the surrounding context. The architecture of the project explores the typologies of cloisters and pavilions, which re-occur in child care and aged care. It explores how the combination of these typologies and the introduction of a public park can help to foster reciprocal relationships between the user groups and wider public.

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Hypachelium

Adrian Vocale Supervisor: Gwyllim Jahn

This project is about designing a set of infrastructure through architecture for developing countries in an effort to combat anthropogenic climate change and energy consumption from the construction of buildings. With Delhi’s economy set to skyrocket and population to increase at twice the rate than China, it presents an opportunity to explore different building methods to design low carbon towers to accommodate. With the lack of technology in third world countries to just green wash buildings like in wealthier parts of the world, my project explores mycelium as a building material and how it affects traditional building typologies. A material and a building that shares a continuous life cycle that decomposes and is re-used for future construction. The infrastructure designed bases itself on multiple functions as the newly born city decomposes and continues to grow. Encompassing and ever evolving city that grows, changes and rebuilds over time. The project is not speculating on the future, but rather designing a set on interventions that will give rise to a particular vision for the future.

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IPP

GN

THOMASTOWN EPPING

MILK BAR

LALOR

PLAY AREA

GARDEN FOLLY LALOR

Hyperbia

GARDEN CINEMA

EPPING THOMASTOWN

FOOTY GROUND

MILK BAR PLAY SPACE

Manodya Perera Supervisor: Ian Nazareth

CLOTHS LINE DINING LANE CAFE STUDY NOOKS LOUNGE

FOOD TRUCKS

PORCH LIBRARY BUS STOP

‘HYPERBIA’ is an exploration of a new urban scheme for a highly dense community of residence. It’s a dense strip of amenity paired together with particular elements of the lost suburban culture, the strip represents infinity and how this condition can be expanded out further into the suburbs. As Melbourne’s growth boundary is expanding further out and new suburbs are being introduced, my project explores a condition to infill existing suburbs. I have chosen a vacant block in Epping to test my project. Epping is expecting a huge increase in population and housing. However to meet the needs plots are shrinking and subdividing to dense housing, which creates a change in the way we live and culture of our suburbs. Some of the qualities of our Australian dream home are lost or forced to be taken out to further dense housing. Resulting in losing some of the suburban qualities such as the backyard, front yard, porch, laundry, milk bar, cloths line etc. Through my project, I have created a new scheme that celebrates and amplifies the architecture that provides residence with the experiences of the lost qualities, paired together with the day-to-day amenities needed to function a community of residence. The architecture embraces suburbia with its colour, material, forms, ornaments and attention to signs, symbols and billboards. This project has allowed me to force a change to the generic suburban model and create new opportunities and potentials for a dense community.

GARDEN

CLOTHESLINE LAUNDROMAT BUS STOP

BEVERAGE COURT

PORCH LIBRARY LOUNGE

GARDEN

CLOTHESLINE LAUNDROMAT

BUS STOP

FAST FOOD HOUSE

PORCH LIBRARY

RETAIL CURVE

CLASS PODS

RETAIL CURVES COMMUNITY ACTIVITY SPACE

PRIMARY SCHOOL

CLASSROOM PODS

PRIMARY SCHOOL

MILK BAR PLAY SPACE

RETAIL CURVE

SEATING / RESTING AREA

FLORIST BEVERAGES COLES EXPRESS

CHEESE/ DAIRY SERVICES SEAFOOD STORE BUTCHER

DELI LANE WAY VEGE STORE BACKERY

BEVERAGE COURT

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DINING LANE

FRONT YARD ICE CREAM VAN FOLLY

SITE SECTION

GARDEN CINEMA

POST OFFICE MONEY GRAM WESTERN UNION CASH CONVERTERS

FISH & CHIPS KEBAB VAN DONUT STALL PUB CAFE

BACKYARD DINING GREEN LAWN

PORCH BUS STOP LIBRARY GARDEN

COMMUNITY GARDEN

FOOD & BEVERAGE LANE

MULTICULTURAL STORES

LAUNDRY CLOTHESLINE LOUNGE CAFE STUDY NOOKS

FOOD TRUCKS SITE PARKING

FAST FOOD HOUSE MCDONALDS KFC DOMINOS HUNGRY JACKS

CLOTHES RETAIL

$2 STORE

PHARMACY

POST OFFICE

CHILDREN PLAY AREA

MILK BAR

E


UNLIKELY ADJACENCIES BORN OF UNDERUTILISED SPACES

MASTER PLAN 1:1000

RACECOURSE ROAD

RACECOURSE ROAD

Unlikely Adjacencies Born of Underutilised Spaces DIAGRAM 1 SITE BOUNDARY WITH EXISTING BUILDINGS

DIAGRAM 2 EXTENSION OF ROADS FROM SURROUNDING AREA

DIAGRAM 3 BUILDNG BOUNDARIES

DIAGRAM 4 IMPLEMENTATION OF SITE BOUNDS, SURROUNDING STREETS, BUILDING BOUNDARIES

ALFRED STREET

PARSONS STREET

DIAGRAM 5 BACKYARDS

SUTTON STREET

SMITH STREET

DIAGRAM 6 EXISTING BUILDING CONVERSION OVER STREETS

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DIAGRAM 7 YPES OF BUILDINGS XSMALL, SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE

DIAGRAM 8 EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE

STUBBS STREET

BOUNDARY ROAD

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-

WIDTH >15M

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HEIGHT 59.5M

-

PROGRAM : MULTI UNIT RESIDENTIAL or COMMERCIAL

MEDIUM

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WIDTH 5M-15M

-

HEIGHT 20M

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PROGRAM : COMMERCIAL & HOSPITALITY / SOME RESIDENTIAL

SMALL

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WIDTH < 5M

-

HEIGHT 6.6M

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PROGRAM : RESIDENTIAL

XSMALL

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WIDTH < 3M

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HEIGHT 1M

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PROGRAM : COMMERCIAL / HOSPITALITY / RETAIL

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PROGRAM : HOSPITALITY / RETAIL / ROAD / SERVICES

EXISTING

MARK STREET

ROBERTSON STREET

Elke Howard Supervisor: Ben Milbourne

This proposition explores the potential of underutilised spaces that have a heavy infrastructural and natural environmental presence in Melbourne. Through 3 scales, the project provides an approach to dealing with these brownfield sites that have traditionally created barriers and boundaries of both a physical and cultural nature. It explores and breaks down what has been seen as an undesirable space for development and habitation. This boundary condition has been investigated in the proposition through the knitting together and extension of the sites surrounds, by implementing an extension of roads and existing building boundaries into the site, and replicating existing materiality and formal motifs, to drive cohesion and connection back into the existing site.

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MACAULAY ROAD

MACAULAY ROAD

PROPOSED

EXISTING

ELEVATION 1:1500

ELEVATION 1:1500

DIAGRAM 1 - MULTIPLICATION OF EXISTING MOTIF FOR FAMILIARITY AND TO INCREASE HABITATION DUE TO FAMILIARITY OF GRAIN

DIAGRAM 2 - SETBACKS AND WINDOWS - INCREASED AMENITY AND PRIVACY

DIAGRAM 3 - VIEW PRIORITY FROM FREEWAY - INCREASED ACCESS TO VIEW OF FORMAL MOTIF

DIAGRAM 4 - TRAIN STATION FORMAL PRIORITY - VIEW PRIORITY FROM GROUND - ROAD AND WATER

DIAGRAM 5 - LANDSCAPE FORM INFLUENCED BY INFRASTRUCTURE PEDESTRIAN FREEYWAYS

DIAGRAM 6 - LANDSCAPED PUBLIC SPACE DISPERSED VERTICALLY TO INCREASE HABITATION

DIAGRAM 7 - INFILL AROUND FREEWAY

DIAGRAM 8 - PROGRAMATIC BREAK UP PUBLIC SPACE COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL

SECTION 1:200

HOSPITALITY TRAIN STATION VERTICAL CIRCULATION EXISTING CONDITIONS

Using a site that straddles North Melbourne and Kensington, includes the M2 freeway, Moonee Ponds Creek, and the Upfield Train Line in Melbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s inner north west as a case study; this project facilitates a new type of density, by proposing an integrated solution, and transition from one suburb to another.

SECTION 1:200

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LIGHT INDUSTRIAL EXISTING

EXISTING

RESIDENTIAL

INFRASTRUCTURE

FORMAL MOTIFS

EXISTING

PROPOSED PROPOSED

MATERIAL PALETTE

PROPOSED

EXPOSED BRICK

INTERACTION WITH FREEWAY

DIAGRAM 1 INTERACTION WITH FREEWAY

INTERACTION WITH RIVER

DIAGRAM 2 INTERACTION WITH RIVER

INTERACTION WITH TRAIN LINE

DIAGRAM 3 INTERACTION WITH EXISTING TRAIN LINE

INTERACTION WITH EXISTING BUILDINGS

DIAGRAM 4 INTERACTION WITH EXISTING BUILDINGS

MATERIAL AND FORMAL MATRIX SITE'S SURROUNDS

RENDERED BRICK

CONCRETE

PLANS 1:200


Suburb Hub

Jing-Yun Chang Supervisor: Vicky Lam

Located in the southeast of Melbourne where beyond the last station of Cranbourne line, Suburb Hub speculates on a civic building with a metro station for a new suburb which expected to grow large population in Cranbourne East. The proposal encourages to create an attraction for both visitors and residents gathering in this station, connecting to the surrounding area through the idea of a new civic centre. It investigates public building between users and station by hybrid programs with civic spaces, transport, and a garage. The station responds to the environment by raising the building landscape up to a smooth appearance among the vast and flat indoor sports facilities and the new detached dwellings. Sitting in the corner of the edge between residential and recreation area, the station bends itself to connect both sides on the ground with commercial space and pedestrian circulation that provides a gathering spot for collecting the public events. Through linking these areas by a giant curved roof that covers the station with the parking facility, the transport and civic activities occur inside of the cave-like concourse that presents a new civic gesture for the rising suburbs in Melbourne.

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The Vending Library

Nurul Khalisha Mohd Tajul Hasnan Supervisor: Dr. Jan van Schaik

What is the fate of a public library? The Vending Library locates itself in Malaysia (Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur), a small developing country with a plenty number of libraries being built across its fourteen states â&#x20AC;&#x201C; but going to a library isnt a very popular culture over there. Presumably perhaps because reading leisurely is not a common trait for Malaysians and it is assumed that people think libraries are spaces only to get books, and that is all, making the libraries in Malaysia remain empty in certain locations. But this project aims to turn that situation around with an idea of an innovative library being introduced in Kuala Lumpur. A library that provides more than just books. A place of where learning is being redefined - learning is a 3D process and The Vending Library extends the capacity of an ordinary library to achieve this mission, to revamp its significant role as a public engager in the Malaysian civic culture and engagement.

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Sunshine

Samuel Conkie Supervisor: Emma Jackson

This project is about the Middle-Western suburb of Sunshine being designated by the Government as a metropolitan and national employment hub, and its potential as the capital of the West as Melbourne grows into a polycentric city of 8 million by mid century. Sunshine was born from bold and aspirational industrial beginnings and has transformed over the years into an incredibly culturally and ethically diverse region through immigration and refugee settlement. At the same time, the region has hemorrhaged its manufacturing industry, had a lot of its built history erased and replaced with car parks and shopping centres and has been marred with social and image issues exacerbated by the media and stemming from a lack of investment in its people, economy and buildings. This project explores how this capital of the West could be generated in a way that attempts to responds to the areas history, location, demographics, employment and social challenges and begins to reinvent the perception of the area through industry and architecture that is distinctive and born from Sunshine. The project envisions Sunshine as a media and arts hub, and uses this new economy to try and produce an aspirational, theatrical, whimsical and unorthodox version of what Sunshine could be.

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XIAN CUN VILLAGE -LIBRARY LIBRARY AS AN INFORMATION KALEIDOSCOPE THE “THIRD PLACE” A MEMORY COLLECTOR VISIBLE SYMBOL A LIVING ROOM IN URBAN

LIBRARY

CORRIDOR

WATERFRONT DECK

MEZZANINE

LECTURE ROOM

Xiancun Village Library

SPACE FOR JOY

AUDITORIUM

BACKYARD

HALL FOR THE VILLIGERS

Zhen Tian Supervisor: Dr. Jan van Schaik

LIBRARY THE INFORMATION KALEIDOSCOPE AS ROOF OF THE OLD TYPOLOGY

EXISTING FACADE AS WATERFRONT CORRIODR

ADMIN BUILDINGS WITH PUBLIC LANEWAYS

This project proposed a new library on the site which located in Xiancun village, Guangzhou which has a history of almost 800 years. It co-exists with retained old buildings, inherits its spatial language in a positive way, and redefines a library as an institution no longer exclusively dedicated to the book, but as an information kaleidoscope - a memory collector, a living room and backyard garden in a concrete jungle.

ROOFTOP

ENTRY TO THE LIBRARY

LOWER LEVEL PUBLIC INTERFACE UPPER LEVEL LECTURE THEATRES XIANCUN LAKE VIEWING DECK TO OBSERVE

As an information kaleidoscope, it is more than just a building. It can spread knowledge using various medium. It if not only about reading, but also looking at the history of the city, listening to a story from an elder. It is dynamic rather than static. Each person can uncover his or her own experience.

EXISTING HAND-SHAKE BUILDINGS AS ARCHIVE

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

As the memory collector, it documents important incidents in the history of the village. By retaining the river-side facade, keeping some old handshake housing as archive exhibition space, using the performance of ancestor shrine, the project attempts to celebrate the long history with the missing pieces. Those memories are constantly collected and are never forgotten. As the Living Room & Backyard of the city, it contains a cafe, recreation space and serves as public function space when required.

SITE PLAN

LEVEL5 FLOOR PLAN

CORE CORE LIBRARY LIBRARY

WORKSHOP WORKSHOP

OFFICE OFFICE

MEZZANINE MEZZANINE WORKSHOP WORKSHOP

LIBRARY LIBRARY

LIBRARY LIBRARY LAB LAB

LAB LAB

CORRIDOR CORRIDOR

ROOFTOP ROOFTOP

VERTICAL CIRCULATION CIRCULATION VERTICAL

AUDITORIUM AUDITORIUM RETAIL RETAIL

RETAIL RETAIL

READING READING

RETAIL RETAIL MEZZANINE MEZZANINE

SEMINAR SEMINAR

SEMINAR SEMINAR

ARCHIVE ARCHIVE

ARCHIVE ARCHIVE

STAGE STAGE SEMI-OPEN SEMI-OPEN PLAZA PLAZA

LECTURE THEATRE THEATRE LECTURE

MEZZANINE MEZZANINE

EVENT EVENT SPACE SPACE

EXHIBITION EXHIBITION

EATERY EATERY EVENT EVENT SPACE SPACE

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GALLERY GALLERY MEZZANINE MEZZANINE

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Supervisors Semester 1, 2017 Major Project Coordinators A/Prof. Paul Minifie Vicky Lam Major Project Moderation Panel Prof. Leon van Schaik Prof. Vivian Mitsogianni A/Prof.Paul Minifie A/Prof. Richard Black Neil Appleton (Director, LYONS Architecture) Major Project Supervisors Peter Bickle Dean Boothroyd Dr. Peter Brew Jonothan Cowle Dr. Graham Crist John Doyle Chris Hayton Emma Jackson Prof. Mark Jacques Gwyllim Jahn Peter Knight Simone Koch Vicky Lam Ben Milbourne Amy Muir Ian Nazareth Adam Pustola Tim Pyke Mark Raggatt Dr. Roland Snooks Dr. Michael Spooner 49

Damien Thackray Dr. Jan van Schaik Simon Whibley


Students Semester 1, 2017 Georgia Babidge

Jack Mansfield-Hung

Jacqueline Berry

Khalisha Mohd Tajul Hasnan

Allan Makino Burrows

Esteban Montecinos

Amy Carroll

Eleanor Morgan

David Carroll

Thomas Muratore

Jing Yun Chang

Sebastian Nicht

Han Chen

Jishi Pan

Samuel Conkie

Manodya Hasini Perera

Maia Cookson

Fiona Plaisted

Huhan Dai

Aaron Roberts

Damon Douglas

Dale Schlosser

Shibo Du

Daniel Schulz

Leona Dusanovic

Dion Srkulj

Matthew Dwyer

Jijiang Song

Otis Filley

Zhen Tian

Lauren Garner

Melissa Tiong

William Grosby

Danny Truong

Elke Howard

Adrian Vocale

Oskar Kazmanli-Liffen

Siman Wang

Michael Lopes-Vieira

Qixin Xie

Vicki Li

Danica Yee

Yiran Liu

Xiaoyu Zhang

Zilong Lu

Toby Zhou

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Profile for RMIT Architecture

RMIT Architecture & Urban Design Major Project Catalogue Semester 1 2017  

RMIT Architecture & Urban Design Major Project Catalogue Semester 1 2017