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ROS ALIN D

POE R WANTO R O

B A C K GROUND Rosalind joined Woods Bagot in 2010 after working with Grant Amon Architects as a student, with experience ranging from workplace to hospitality. Rosalind has a passion for a strong conceptual approach to design, exploring forward thinking spaces with a firm technical foundation. She is constantly seeking new inspiration to help evaluate her work to find creative solutions for spatial challenges. Her experience ranges from a small and large scale projects. Enabling her to delivery in the many phases of a project from conceptual design, design development & construction documentation & administration. Rosalind is passionate about strong rational design concepts underpinned by a solid technical foundation and is committed to the successful delivery of exceptional projects.

E DUC AT I ON • BA Interior Architecture (Hons) Monash University, Melbourne 2010 • Monash University Fine Arts Exchange Program Prato, Italy 2009 • Brighton Bay Art, Design and Photography Program 2005 • Victorian Education Certificate at Presentation College Windsor 2004.

S K I L L S Revit Architecture, Auto Cad, 3D Studio Max, Aconex, Sketch-up, Rhino, Grasshopper, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop & Indesign.

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UK 2 Year Youth Mobility Visa

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RE FERE N CE S Simon Pole Principle, Woods Bagot simon.pole@woodsbagot.com +61 438 659 840 Kathryn Ellis Associate, Woods Bagot kathryn.ellis@woodsbagot.com +61 449 654 193 Sarah Dickens (former colleague at Woods Bagot) Senior Interior Designer, Hirsch Bedner and Associates SarahD@HBAdesign.com +61 420 437 773

C O NTA CT UK: +44 7463 010 840 email: info@rpspatialdesign.com website: rpspatialdesign.com


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Job Title Typical Workfloors & Executive Suite: Interior Designer Phase involvement Concept Design Site Address St James Square Area 7,000 m2 Completion Date December 2014 Client Rio Tinto


Wo rkp l a c e Ar r iv a l Va l u e a d d e d W h a t ’ s i m p or ta n t f o r R i o T i n to c l i e n t s s t a f f & vi s i t o rs - Service orientated, People focused - Desirable place - Comfortable - Engaging - Connection - Professional - Supporting work styles - A like minded co-working tenant community - A Statement with a unique continuous building identity with two distinct arrival points

executive suite- board dining arrival lounge/ concierge


babmaes lifts

exec suite

exec suite terrace

terrace courtyard below chairman private terrace

dining room

“A b e s p o k e i n t e r i o r t hat c e le b r a tes a c ra f te d ap p r o a ch to d oing b usin es s ”

exec lounge

st james lifts

Unique Rio Tinto corporate signature identity “Tailored to suit” A place to work

boardroom

level 4 axo local British context

Well crafted British details


st james square reception

m a t e ri a l p a l et t e a n d c ri t t a l re f e re n c e


babmaes lifts

internal courtyard cafe kitchen/ servery

cafe seating

st james lifts

lower ground cafe

Ri o T into r e d riv er m aterial p a l ette

level 4 axo


lower ground cafe communal tables


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N A B

B AGOT

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HE A D QUARTER S

Job Title Typical Workfloors & Concourse: Fitout Design & Technical Support General Project: Revit CAD Manager Phase involvement Concept Design to Construction Site Address 700 Bourke St. Melbourne 3008 VIC Area 63,000 m2 Completion Date May 2013 Client National Australia Bank / Cbus Property

A RCHITE CT S


Vis io n ‘ To c re a t e a n a u th entic w o rkp l a c e th at ena b l e s N A B t o r ealis e th e p o t e n t i a l o f th eir p e o p l e , cus to m er s a n d co m m unit i e s’ 700 Bourke st is a unique building on a triangular site in the Docklands, Melbourne for Cbus Developers with a fully integrated fitout for National Australia Bank as sole occupier. Located at the gateway to the Melbourne Docklands, adjacent to Southern Cross station and Etihad stadium, the new development features 63,000m2 of open and flexible workspace over 15 levels, a childcare centre, a selection of retail and large open public spaces.

TYPICAL WORKFLOORS L04-L13 & SOCIAL SPACES NEAR ATRIUM EDGE

LEVEL 11 TYPICAL WORKFLOOR GENERAL ARRANGEMENT PLAN


Te a p o i n t a n d s o c i a l s p a c e s The catering facilities and teapoints are designed to create diversity to offer an environment to encourage movement throughout the building, and to offer areas for collaboration and incidental meetings. These spaces generally centre around the atrium and main central vertical circulation.

ATRIUM VIEW OF LARGE TEAPOINTS AND SOCIAL SPACES. INTERCONNECTING LEVELS

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FLOORPLATE DIAGRAM ILLUSTRATING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN LEVELS THROUGH TEAPOINTS AND SOCIAL SPACES


Catering Strategy Building Section Diagram

KITCHEN

SUPER CAFE

TEA POINT

TEA POINT

SEATING

SEATING

TEA POINT

LOUNGE

TEA POINT

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VEND

CITY 04

L13 L12

VEND

CITY 03

TEA POINT

SEATING

TEA POINT

SEATING

TEA POINT

LOUNGE

TEA POINT

L11 TEA POINT

L10 TEA POINT

L09 SEATING

TEA POINT

GRAB & GO CAFE

PANTRY

TEA POINT

L08 SEATING

TEA POINT

TEA POINT

VEND

CITY 02

R ATOR LOUNGE

TEA POINT

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TEA POINT

L06 PANTRY

VEND

TEA POINT

SEATING

TEA POINT

SEATING

TEA POINT

L05 CITY 01

TEA POINT

L04 PANTRY

KITCHEN

TEA POINT

L03 PANTRY

CAFE

RESTAURANT

KITCHEN

L02 L01 Bourke St Entrance

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BUILDING SECTION DIAGRAM

teapoint & SOCIAL SPACES CONCEPT SECTION Catering Strategy - Teapoints 16/06/2011 PAGE 4

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT AND IS NOT TO BE USED FOR TENDER OR CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES

view from southern cross station

LARGE TEAPOINT & ATRIUM


SW ‘PEBBLE’ ELEVATIONS- CONSISTING OF 2P/4P OPEN BOOTHS AND QUIET & group ENCLOSED WORKSPACES

THE ‘CITY’ WORKSHOP & PERIMETRE STAIR ELEVATION - A MULTI-USE SPACE THAT ENCOURAGES SOCIAL INTERACTION, COLLABORATION AND VARIETY OF SPACE

VIEW OF 2P CORNER BOOTHS FROM THE SW PERIMETRE STAIR


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Re t r e a t

Retreat areas to recharge and collect thoughts provide a “change of scenery” and a sense of comfort, and offers; - A connection to the exterior environment. Human physiological and psychological processes are based on biorhythms directly linked to daily and seasonal cycles of light - A positive sense of space through changes the interior scale, interior planting, and access to a broader field of view. - A sense of community

Enabled

HUB DIAGRAM LEGEND HUB ASSIGNED ZONE

Hub 01

HUB UNASSIGNED ZONE HUB CENTRE (TEAM HUDDLE)

Hub 02

FLEXI CITY AND FORUM

Space s

Flexible spaces with integrated technology and varying ergonomics that can accommodate a variety of settings, enable a positive work environment, and can; - Foster work and social interaction - Create a sense of autonomy through choice of work environment - Create a personal sense of place - Provide sensory variability through changes in colour, temperature, air movement, textures and light

THE ‘CITY’ WORKSHOP AND FORUM SPACE surrounds the external fissures

Hub 03

Hub 04

Hub 08

Hub 05

City Hub 07 Hub 06

THE ‘HUDDLE’- EACH SPECIFIC PROJECT ARE ALLOCATED TO A HUDDLE. AN ANCHOR POINT WHERE EMPLOYEES CONGREGATE, MEET AND COLLABORATE


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V ILL A GE /C I C

I N F ORM AL

MEETING

S PA CES

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N A B

B AGOT

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W O O D S

‘To create a c o llabo rative , i nno v ativ e an d cr e at iv e m e eting and w o r k ing e n vi ro nment co n n e ct ing N AB custo mer s, c o mmunity a nd it s peo ple’

C0RE MEETING 07

NW ENTRANCE

GARDENS

Job Title Technical Design Leader

PLY POD CONSTRUCTION

MEETING 05 MEETING 06

MEETING 04

Phase involvement Concept Design to Construction MEETING 02 BANQUETTE

Site Address 700 Bourke St. Melbourne 3008 VIC

MEETING 08

NE ENTRANCE

MEETING 0

PLY POD CONSTRUCTION

Completion Date Due Oct 2013

SQUARE

MEETING 02

Area 600 m2 Approximate Value $450,000 AUD

MEETING 03

Client National Australia Bank

COLOURS

NAB VILLAGE GENERAL ARRANGEMENT PLAN


SQUARE

GARDENS

THE GARDEN


The Village intends to create a central pop-up style meeting place, full of activity and energy. The space offers a series of meeting, informal work and drop in zones. The design allows NAB customers, community partners, NAB people and visitors to utilise these spaces without having to pass through security therefore maintaining the ability to come and go. A n i n f o r m a l

a n d welc o min g e nvi ro nment w i t hi n the pu b lic r e alm for N AB c ust omers, c o mmunity and i ts peo ple w h ich : The myriad of different gives opportunity for the users to meet, collaborate and connect with each other. Allows its users to innovate, learn and share knowledge/ ideas.

INITIAL CONCEPT SKETCH - VARIED MEETING AND SOCIAL SPACES

The space enables flexible working and offers areas/ surfaces outside of the secure zone, used for telling stories of NAB’s customers and community and core values.

VILLAGE SQUARE & GARDENS - WORKING RENDERS

VILLAGE POD - ELEVATIONS


CIC

SQUARE

SQUARE

GARDENS

SQUARE

CIC CUSTOMER INTERACTION CENTRE. PLYWOOD/ GLASS HOUSE, AN ENCLOSED SPACE WITH VISUAL POROSITY

GARDENS

CIC KEY PLAN


Vision - Showcase National Australia Bank’s Digital Leadership to our Customers i.e. how NAB is using Digital and social media across its business. To showcase “we see Australian business” theme to life.

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PERSPECTIVE FROM MEETING ROOM 01 - CIC SCALE

The CIC aims to be Customer focussed, screens within the interior and exterior plan to showcase a facet of our Customer’s business e.g. financial data (using NAB Trade), marketing data (ads, You Tube clips), competitor data, social data, etc – most if not all would be publicly 4 available. PERSPECTIVE VIEW FROM GARDEN - CIC

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SCALE

The spac e vi sual pro w h ere the a n d func ti ‘ sho wcase

PERSPECTIVE VIEW TOWARD MEETING ROOM 08 - CIC SCALE

h as a m in e nce , s p ace o n is d ’

SQUARE

SQUARE

Materiality and porosity through the space becomes a main driver within the design. SQUARE

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PERSPECTIVE VIEW FROM GARDEN - CIC SCALE

SQUARE

SQUARE

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SQUARE

GARDENS

PERSPECTIVE VIEW TOWARD MEETING SCALE

PERSPECTIVE - ENTRY - CIC SCALE

SQUARE GARDENS

SQUARE

GARDENS

CIC EXTERNAL ELEVATIONS AND WORKING PERSPECTIVES ILLUSTRATING SPATIAL AND MATERIAL CONNECTION WITH THE INITIAL SCHEME

SQUARE

SQUARE

GARDENS

GARDENS


CIC

SQUARE

GARDENS

CIC CUSTOMER INTERACTION CENTRE. PLYWOOD JOINERY & ADJUSTABLE MEETING TABLE. OPEN DISCUSSION/ FORUM

CIC KEY PLAN


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B AGOT

QATAR QP

P OD IU M

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PET ROL E UM

FA CIL ITIES

Job Title Technical Design Leader Phase involvement Concept Design to Design Development Site Address Doha Business District Area 2, 500m2 of a 900,000 m2 fitout total area Client Aecom for Qatar Petroleum VISITORS CENTRE RECEPTION & WAITING AREA


HIGHLIGHTED AREAS OF QPPF SCOPE

N autil u s sh e l l & pearl cu lt iv a t io n QPPF – Qatar Petroleum Podium Facilities mainly consisted of BOH areas including recruitment offices, facilities management offices, site security and tendering offices & the Visitors centre.

GENERAL MATERIAL PALETTE

Forms and materials are maintained and directly connected to the main public podium level. The podium level was overall based on the QP district masterplan layout and building geometry inspired by the golden spiral geometry as seen in the nautilus shell. Nautilus shell Ultimately the Interior design concepts throughout the towers and podium levels became about the “pearl cultivation” industry

QP DISTRICT MASTERPLAN


VISITORS CENTRE RECEPTION & WAITING AREA


KEY SECTIONS THROUGH THE VISITORS CENTRE LOBBY

The Visitors Centre is the main access point for visitors to the QP district who are arriving via the carpark. Activities in this area are general information, waiting area, intranet access, visitor sign-in/ pass office, banking counters, security check, tender and contracts submissions.


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Job Title Fitout Design & Technical Support Phase involvement Concept Design Atrium Stair Site Address 1 William St, Brisbane Area 77,556 m2 Height 266.76 m Client Queensland State Government

VIEW OF PROPOSED STAIR FROM BASE LEVEL


1 Wi l l i a m S t To w e r C o n c ep t The Tower concept has been based on the continuous space of the Mรถbius strip. A Mรถbius strip implies continuity and its simple device has been selected to represent the horizontal and vertical connectivity that will exist within the worklife spaces.

At ri u m a n d C o n c ep t BASE BUILD INITIAL SKETCH OF CIRCULATION AND GROUND FLOOR CONNECTION

WORKING MODELS SHOWING PROGRESSION FROM BASE BUILD STAIR

S t a i r

The Atrium and Stair design is proposes to connect the design of the stair with the architectural design concept of a continuous Mรถbius ribbon that moves from the ground plan through the landscaping, up the building and into the interior Atrium voids

base build render- south garden facade


Eat COLLABORATION

QUICK MEET

‘Enhance th e u sab le spac e on each A t r i u m floor le v e l and be a phy sical r e p r esentatio n o f ‘C o llabo ratio n ’ . C r e ate distin ct spat ial zo ne s an d def i ne the cir cu lat io n pat h ways thr o u g h t h e A t r i u m v oid’

QUICK MEET

EAT

Atrium Void. Plan Level 02

COLLABORATION

FLEXIBLE

Quick Meet Flexible

QUICK MEET QUICK MEET

EAT

Atrium Void. Plan Level 01

FLEXIBLE COLLABORATION

QUICK MEET

QUICK MEET

N EAT

Collaborate Atrium Void. Plan Base Level

SPACE PLANNING DIAGRAM - 3 LEVELS OF ATRIUM STAIRS

Atrium Balustrade Timber Battens/ Aluminium RHS Stair Balustrade Timber Battens / Aluminium RHS Atrium Edge Painted Plasterboard

Hand Rail Stainless Steel Balustrade Timber Battens/ Aluminium RHS Tread (& Riser) Terrazzo Lighting Recess Underside of stair & Between Battens Underside of Stair Painted Plasterboard STAIR CONSTRUCTION SECTION SKETCH


VIEW FROM CORE LIFT LOBBY TOWARDS THE BRISBANE CBD


W O O D S

LK

B AGOT

A RCHITE CT S

J E W E LLE RY

C RO W N

C A S INO

Job Title Fitout Design & Technical Support Phase involvement Concept Design Site Address Melbourne Crown Casino Complex Area 75 m2 Completion Date Mid 2012 Client LK Jewellery

LK JEWELLERY FACADE - A COMBINATION OF EARLY CONCEPTS OF LINKS AND BEVELLED JEWELLERY BOX


L K Je we l l er y A s h o p p i n g ex p e ri e n c e for a t t a i n a b l e l u xu r y LK Jewellery were looking to relocate to a prominent luxury retail experience within the Melbourne Crown Casino Complex as well as re branding. Their brief included: CONCEPT ELEVATION - WATCH LINKS

- Being accessible and welcoming to everyone without losing a sense of luxury - LK Jewellery to have its own identity whilst sitting alongside the high end brands it has on offer

CONCEPT ELEVATION - REFLECTIVE VIP JEWELLERY BOX & BEVELLED FACADE

LK JEWELLERY INTERIOR


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Va l u e Pr o p o s i t i o n :

One Shelley street was created to allow a flexible platform for major business and workplace transformation.

Job Title Fit Out Design & Technical Support Phase Involvement Concept Design

The client’s vision was a workplace that would assist in delivering ‘speed to market’, collaboration, and enhance client service and support with its mobile and wireless workforce, technology innovations, tailor made settings and environmental building systems.

Site Address 1 Shelley St, Sydney Area 6,000 m2 Completion Date Early 2012 Client Maquarie Bank

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Roof Top

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Art House

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The Lounge Coffee House

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Tree house

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Library

Stacking diagram- green levels indicate the additional themes in 1 Shelley st


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Level 08 general arrangement - the lounge

Level 08- The Lounge Plaza

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Level 08 - Sushi train elevation

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The extension on Level 08 & 09, allowed Woods Bagot to challenge the initial concepts of Activity Based Working and respond to specific user requirements outlined in post occupancy studies and design focus groups. P g 8 Page

Level 09 general arrangement - the arthouse

In the upper floors the initial planning philosophy was re-interpreted to allow for more contiguous working space and larger neighbourhoods. Work styles were reviewed to create solutions specific for project teams and call centre employees. This resulted in a range of spaces, work setting and furniture, unique to these floors which complement the existing menu and increase the diversity of spaces. Level 08 is known as ‘The Lounge’ and accommodates Private banking and Level 09 is known as ‘The Art House’

level 09 - the arthouse conversation pit

jellybean worksettings


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AM ON

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R E S TAURANT

Job Title Interior Design Intern Phase involvement Concept Design Site Address 282-284 Carlisle St Balaclava, Melbourne Area 100 m2 Completion Date December 2010 Client Cicciolina

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STA LLE R

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The project has essentially been an interior design process that is concerned with rejuvenating an old Art Deco bank building with many original features and providing a new ‘sister’ venue for St.Kilda’s Cicciolina restaurant. Whilst context, history, memory and locale influenced the design, it was as much about the notion of interpreting new opportunities for a 20 year single operative establishment that has been tucked along a small lane in Acland St.

A c h a n c e t o c o m b i n e i n t e ri o r d es i g n w i t h a n i c o n i c b u i l d i n g , c l i e n t w i t h c o n t ex t , n o t t o m en t i o n t h e p a t ro n s A lounge, a salon, a cocktail bar or fine dining restaurant, where the main inspiration comes from the real life of the burlesque dancer Ciccionlina whose real name was ‘Illona Staller’


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Job Title Interior Design Intern Phase involvement Concept Design Site Address 637-641 Chapel St, South Yarra Area 80 m2 Completion Date Late 2011 Client Blue Bottle Restaurant

A RCHITECT S HOTEL

The project has essentially been The Bluebottle restaurant is located at the base of an theinterior boutique design process that is concerned Olsen Hotel, which is apart of the Art Series Hotelswith throughout rejuvenating an old Art Deco bank building Melbourne. Named and inspired by one of Australia’s greatest with many original features and providing a artists, John Olsen. new ‘sister’ venue for St.Kilda’s Cicciolina

restaurant. Whilst context, history, memory First impressionsand of the bluebottle restaurant is theitvoluminous locale influenced the design, was as double height space featuring thenotion ‘calamari’ inspired oval much about the of interpreting new shaped main bar opportunities with its translucent curtain suspended for a 20 year shroud single operative establishment that has been tucked along a over it. small lane in Acland St. for what seems like Evocative imagesforever. of cooking, food and fish penned by Olsen, in particular the painting ‘Popping Bottles’ are inspirations for the project. Striking cane and metal ‘lobster pot’ lights hang from the main mosaic tiled central columns. An inspired seafood based restaurant and bar that depicts Olsen’s fascination with water wine and food coupled with a passionate restaurateur has evolved in a signature of the Olsen Hotel.

A ch an c e to c ombi ne in terior d esign w i t h an ic on ic bu ild in g,


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FO LD ED R E D

C RO S S

A RCHITE CT S

H OM E

EMER GENC Y

S H E LT E R

‘Fo ld e d ho m e e na b le s d isp lac e d pe o p l e t o cr e a t e a sp ace t ha t re fl e ct s t h e ir o wn pe r so n al sit u at i o n an d id e nt it y ; a ho m e , no t s im p l y a sh e l t e r ’

Job Title Project Designer Phase involvement Concept Design to Construction Site Address Federation Square Melbourne Area 20m2 Completion Date May 2013 Client Red Cross

EX HI BI T I ON


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d sheet of Corflute defines dimension

Each square is cut to allow folding

FLATPACK AND BACKPACK INITIAL CONCEPT SKETCHES

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= shelter + identity + comfort +

it in backpack whilst still allowing leg movement

ownership + territory + community

h ou r

Construction of the shelter is based on the inherent stability and flexibility of the triangle. The triangles can be folded and joined to create a structure that responds to the situation at hand. Able to be contained within a purpose-built, oversized ‘backpack’ and made from lightweight material, the shelter can be transported easily by an individual based on their needs. It can provide immediate protection from the elements and, when transported to an emergency evacuation centre, can provide privacy and a sense of territory. The shelters can be grouped together with neighbours, family and friends to create a sense of mutual comfort and community.

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Site Plan

361 Little Lonsdale St

Melbourne

Site Address 361 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne Area 2,000 m2

interactive laneway - leading occupants into the space


Studio 02 Studio 03 Tech Controls

Toilets

Site chose is Located on 361 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne CBD. Currently running as 1000 Pound Bend, a gallery/ café space. The scope of works includes the warehouse space, adjacent laneway (Heaps Crt) and the unused rear shed The Factory proposes an alternative creative space for performance, installation and archival based artworks that circulate around the idea of Participatory art.

‘ Th e p q u esti of the m ak er

ropos al o ns t h e r o le inst it u t io n , and v ie w e r ’

First Floor Plan Floor plans illustrate the proximity between spaces and how selected studios are able to open up to transient and experimentation spaces Toilets/ Change Rooms 55

Staff / Storage Interactive Laneway

Studio 01

Experimentation 02 Experimentation 01 Intermission space

Ground Floor Plan


framing

volume

interlocking

studio 02 & studio 01

studio 03 & experimentation 02


Experimentation 02

The Factory is a space that explores collective dimensions of social experience. Artists are encouraged to let go and exit the role of author and creator, ultimately sharing this with other participants.

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The emphasise of relationships between the occupants motivated the programming and interventions of the space through - Exchange and convergence - Fluctuation of density and distance. Compression and expansion of space - Framing views and accentuating volume - Obscuring ownership/ authorship - Participation with the other and intersubjectivity

experimentation 01

converge

central organisation of the space tension


A requirement of the Final thesis year was to development of a 1:1 scale material. This lead to explorations of materials of different porosities throughout the space used to divide areas and emphasise distance/ proximity between occupants.

‘Through clos e r i nve stigatio n t h e m a t erial sta r t s t o ar t i culate cy cle s o f awareness o c cur ring wit h in th e users o w n c o nsciousne ss as well as the o t he r ’ D an Graham The dialogue between spaces influenced the materiality. Interlocking zones through alternating materiality and form, where boundaries spaces become ambiguous. The introduction of alternating materials through the main Experimentation space creates a boundary that starts to disintegrate.

1:1 - a woven piece of fabric consisting of perforated one was vision film and a reflective/ transparent vinyl. These images show the experimentation of materiality.

East section - Exterior Intermission space

east section


Intermission spaces throughout the scheme allows for occupants to break away

Experimentation 01 & an enclosed studio 01 space in exhibition mode


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Job Title Exhibition Project Manager Site Address Monash University Caulfield, Art and Design Gallery Area 35 m2

Tracing paper ceiling installation utilises the high ceilings within the gallery space


ZONING ACCESS & EGRESS

PROJECTION - inside & out

Found palettes, paper tube plinth legs & timber tops.

PRESENTATION ZONES PROJECTION MODELS PRESENTATION BOARDS THESIS BOOKLETS MATERIAL STUDIES

Diagrams showing the movement and zoning within the two gallery spaces

space one space two


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