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- I learnt how it is to deal with a real-life client and how challenging it is to take into the client’s design requirements into our concept

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what I learnt/skills gained: - being a team player - presentation skills - leadership skills

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- to propose a theme and design for the school canteen - presenting finalised design

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social skills: phone ettiquette and handling customers time management: dividing up my time to be more efficient bookkeeping: keeping up with an organised system to record data adaptibility: able to absorb and apply what is taught to me quickly software skills: being more proficient in Excel and Lightroom

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2017 Xinmin Secondary School Canteen Proposal - school project

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- drafting floor plans - liaising with suppliers - inputting financial data - graphic design work

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06/17 - 09/17 De Chevron Holdings Pte Ltd - internship

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ACHIEVEMENTS 2016 NYP Art Fest

modules

2011-2014 Pasir Ris Secondary School ‘O’ level examinations passed six subjects 2005-2010 Yumin Primary School PSLE

EDUCATION

- drawing and rendering - digital rendering - communication skills - writing skills for designers - environment design - project planning and management - french language

exhibited studio project work ‘Urban Mountain’

2016 ‘Inspire The Future’ Design Award Finalist

2014 Edusave Award for Achievement. Good Leadership and Service (EAGLES) 2014-2011 UPAGE Bursary Award

held by Greenlam Industries Ltd

VOLUNTEER WORK 2010-2014 Participated in charity work involving senior citizens at:

- Kheng Chiu Happy Lodge - Jamiyah Home for the Aged - St. Luke’s Eldercare

RES UME CCA 2014-2011 Red Cross Youth - staff sergeant - footdrill i/c - level head i/c

REFERENCES Involved in fund-raising efforts Volunteered at an orphange in Bintan, Indonesia Taught students simple subjects in Can Tho, Vietnam

Lim Weiling|senior lecturer nanyang polytechnic school of design lim_weil_ling@nyp.edu.sg Zalina Sapie|course manager nanyang polytechnic school of design zalina_sapie@nyp.edu.sg 02


C O N T E N T In this portfolio are works that are exploratory, c o n c e p t u a l , client-based (year three) and foundation-based (year one). These are projects that were done during my 3 years studying at Nanyang Polytechnic.

1. URBAN MOUNTAIN pg 05

2. THE TRAVELLING SCHOOL pg 11

6. IBIZA FORTE CHAIR pg 47

7. FLOATING AIRCRAFT pg 49

As a student, I was encouraged to produce works that explore both the curious and practical sides of the mind where they allow discoveries of different dwellings and spaces that can be generated. I also showcase practical works where the purpose and essence of the project are clear in the spaces designed. 03


3. XINMIN @MUNCH pg 21

4. REVLON+UNDER ARMOUR pg 31

5. PHANTOM CHAIR pg 41

8. SOUVENIR OF LIFE pg 53

9. BEAUTY WORLD THEN VS NOW pg 57

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URBAN MOUN T A I N

Urban Mountain is an attempt to explore the various possibilities of creating spaces, structures and functions/programs that can be informed by the natural order and dynamics of plants/animals in their living context. Inspired by mountain goats, Urban Mountain is a series of pods for individuals whom need safety, comfort and peace; a space that mimics the mountain goat through the use of studies in tectonics (SKIN + BONES) which focuses on the development of both material language and technological parameters. 05

Year 2 Studio | Lecturers: Lim Weiling, Nirit Ellenbogen


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IDENTIFYING THE GURU: T H E MOUNT A I N G O A T

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cloven hooves

short sturdy legs

heavy body

concave shaped soft pads; suctions

toes; firm grip

beard observation of hooves

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TRANSFORMAT I O N : REVELATION OF A NEW SPACE

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inner road HDB flats

Tampines Avenue 9

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742A Multi-storey Carpark

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Despite preferring high terrains for safety, the herbivorous mountain goat relies on greenery as they have to forage for food; even during winter. Like the mountain goat, I want to create a space where users can peacefully interact with nature and discover the minute details that exist in the trees. This pod enforces such a connection between the user and nature in a chaotic urban landscape context.

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interact closer with n a t u r e around and through the openings

reduced surrounding noise which enhances a peaceful atmosphere

U R B A N M O U N T A I N : FOREST

seek shade from the moving sun’s heat which casts varying shadows

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This project explores what students can learn from their surroundings as they travel through the bus route. It turns scenic views into a platform of unlimited knowledge available for the students to absorb at their own pace. The Travelling School allows students to tailor their own school experience even further through Boarding Pods; where students can choose their own study environment. This way, students who prefer solitude won’t risk being disconnected to the outside world as they have a space in the alternate school. 11

Year 3 Final Year Project | Lecturers: Lim Weiling, Zalina S, Low CJ


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MAP OF ROUTE BUS 72: OBSERVATIONS DURING

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wild dogs run around on this vast field

Nanyang Polytechnic

bicycle track ITE CC

Anderson J u n i o r College

bicycle track

Yio Chu K a n g Primary School

bicycle track

The project is inspired by personal experience of taking SBS Transit No. 72 every day to school. Living in East of Singapore, it takes me 1 ½ hours just to get to school. Naturally, there are a lot of thoughts that go through my mind as I sit in the bus like, ‘How can people sleep in a public area?’, ‘Why do people listen to their music on a high volume?’ or ‘Why do most people prefer to sit at the back of the bus?’ But, what kick-started this project were the thoughts ‘Why do people hunt thoroughly for a window seat before sitting with another commuter? And why do they bother to change seats when a window seat becomes available?’ With curiosity, I started to observe the commuters of SBS Transit No. 72 on how and why they behaved in the bus like so.

the front has an iconic painted mural that has the sun against the sky with birds flying and ‘Welcome to Hougang Town’ in various languages

NYP students will be hanging out and smoking here

Anderson Secondary S c h o o l

Ai Tong School

little egrets are spotted here during the day

police station

ITE students like to smoke and hang out here

Xinmin Seconda r y School a group of elderly like to play chinese chess under the trees next to the interchange

Boarding Pods a private condo towers over the private houses ;a play in scale

LEGEND school buildings grass plane bus route

canal

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Tampines Bus Interchange Yio Chu Kang Bus Interchange

a mosque where a lot of women during the n o r m a l days go

you can see t h e m crossing the junction in groups


paya lebar airbase

older types of HDB with the new drying clothes rack all lined up at the back end

Monfort Seconda r y School Monfort Junior

d u r i n g holidays, the trees here are decorated in lights which are so pretty at night 111 110 109 108 H o l y Innocents’ H i g h S c h o o l

tents of c h i n e s e festivities + observation of praying

sometimes you see foreign p l a n e s land here a large canal that stretches along the road & has interesting water residual marks

this is where you can see the expressway

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a row of temples of different r e l i g i o u s background

you can start seeing the neon sign of ‘Giant’ hypermarket

singapore post you can see parcels being sorted out into delivery trucks

airbase entrance

H o l y Innocents’ Primary S c h o o l

taxi car workshop, sometimes you can see a whole bunch of them parked here

construction of new bto;a neighbourhood that is still vacant

‘DHL’ is very prominent. You can see into the parking space where workers hang out during their break

two ‘space ships’ water t a n k s looming against the sky

Poi Ching School

rows of large trees and a vast field that is serene

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re-construction of mosque

seeing the golden lights contrasting against the dark sky

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DISSECTING BUS 72: ANAL-

YSATION OF STRUCTURE +USER

In a bus full of strangers, there are still ways where commuters interact and bond even without communicating directly.

SO TODAY...

a moving cinema

overhearing conversations

10pm BLAH BLAH

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listening to the loud music emanating from neighbour’s earpiece

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pie chart: types of commuters throughout the day


greater headspace + different perspectives of view

endless window view 180 degrees scope

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STAIRS

BACK OF BUS

observing people alighting + boarding at the bus stop

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greater vantage point of surrounding details

private/ enclosed space where commuters are able to observe others

LEGEND bus seats bell/bus pole diagram of bus 72 storey 2

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T H E MAKING O F BOARDI N G P O D S

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Private study pod with kitchen, bathroom and a place to rest. It has minimal window openings where users can embrace solitude.

Semi-private study pod with a kitchen, bed and balcony. The study area is surrounded by windows where users may feel immersed with the outside.

Open study pod with a shared communal kitchen, dining space and toilet. These spaces encourage for more interaction with other students.


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BOARDING P O D S A rest-stop that gathers students from different schools. This s p a c e provides an environtment to study in and also encourages bonding with o t h e r s through cooking and e a t i n g together.

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TOP PLAN

C o o k i n g together can encourage conversations eg. sharing recipes

E a t i n g together promotes relationships with others


Studying in a focused and quiet space without being isolated.

Interacting with one another in the comfort of one’s own pod

A community separated by levels of communication

SIDE PLAN

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SSEEC CO ON ND DA ARRY Y SS C C H H O O O O LL

@MUNCH

This client project involves redesigning the canteen and heeding the requirements given by the school. The school’s mission is to promote learning, character building and creating close partnerships in students. It also aims to develop confidence, creativity and appreciation for aesthetics. Incorporating the scholastic values of the school, the design of the canteen fosters a kampong spirit among the students while they bond, socialise and do activities together. This will strengthen their union and cultivate a fighting spirit. 21

Year 3 Industrial Group Project | Lecturers: Zalina S, Low CJ


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MAIN EATING AREA

ALFRESCO EATING AREA

a space that has to accommodate 1000 students at the same time [not including staff]

students can enjoy the outdoor while being sheltered from weather conditions

COMMON AREA

PERFORMANCE AREA

foodstalls where students queue to get their meal from + coupon box students deposit their token into to get fruits for a balanced meal

a platform that encourages students to be creative through various programmes

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SNACK BAR AREA food cafe for students that stay past school hours for co-curricular activities

diagram of xinmin secondary school’s canteen


curved eating table

actual performance area

from canteen

hexagonal modular furniture

lounge area

circulation

overlapped zone to allow a flexible lounge zone

interconnect

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voice articulation eating pods enclosure

no performance

leveled stage area

ways the table can be arranged:

students centre point

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fruits refrigerator

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bookshop

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A canteen where the tables are arranged in a curved order such that it creates an atmosphere of being at a campfire. The students sit together to eat and enjoy performances similar to a campfire; promoting a more cohesive ambience and closeness between one another. The walls of the canteen have a diffuser-like surface to reduce echoes and distribute sound evenly throughout the whole space. The tables have individual chairs for easy manoeuvring and flexibility of arrangement.

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LUNCHBOX The food cafe provides a space for students to hang out while grabbing a quick bite after school. It encourages a connected community among one another outside of classroom and co-curricular activities context. A snack bar with high stools, it also has a grass platform and mezzanine with bean bags.

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MUSIC BOX A performance platform where students can showcase their talent. Having entertainment during lunch time creates a lively atmosphere as students can interact freely and enjoy music while eating. Bean bags by the piano create flexible seating arrangement for students who prefer a more focused experience of the performance.

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MUSIC BOX

hexagonal modules serves as study desks

tray station + coupon box basic cube

90 degree angle creates discomfort when sitting

inclined for a comfortable posture 1

modifying width

provides a relaxed body posture

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the feet slides into a module


ALFRESCO A semi-enclosed space where friends can bond under the open fresh air while surrounded by greenery. The shelves around the eating tables hold plant boxes for acoustic and privacy purposes so that conversations are not easily heard by other students. The greenery also provides gardening activities for students.

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REVLON +UNDER ARMOUR The project involves designing a pop-up store, with shipping containers, for Revlon and Under Armour. In order to create a space that is cohesive for two distinct brands; Revlon a beauty brand that specialises in lipstick and Under Armour a sportswear brand, the essence of each brand should be harmoniously combined. With the aim of glamour, excitement and to empower athletes everywhere, the pop-up store has a mission to build the confidence of women today who want to lose weight while looking the best image of themselves. 31

Year 2 Event Concept and Design | Lecturers: Alan Ong, Ariel Heng


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JUST SWIPE! From the ColorStay Collection, the lipstick is suitable for sports as it is long-lasting and smudge-proof.

A wristband from Under Armour that conceals a cosmetic product from Revlon. The idea is that the user can easily wipe their perspiration with the wristband as they participate in a sports activity. At the same time, they can easily access their lipstick or perfume without having to rummage in their sports bag.

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JUST SPRAY. Perfume that is easily accessible with one press.


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PHAN T O M The aim of the project is to design a chair through the process of brainstorming. After 200 possibilities, the Phantom is a chair that plays with the concept of optical illusion. The legs of the chair disappear when viewed at certain angles making it look like it is floating; an apparition. The chair creates a relationship with the surrounding environment and depending on the setting, how it appears in the user’s mind may be different; distorting reality. ‘Phantom’ is sleek, modern and classy; a chair that enhances the ambience of a dining room, a lounge room or even an outdoor seating area.

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Year 2 Furniture Design| Lecturer: Sean Lim


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Phantom is upholstered with leather to give it a sense of sleekness and classiness. The slightly slanted backrest offers the most optimised comfortable posture for the user. The chair is supported by the back and front acrylic legs which is a stronger and lighter material compared to glass. It is also durable against outdoor conditions.

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full acrylic version that plays with light


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IBIZA FORTE CHAIR Designed by Jun Kamahara and originated in Japan, the Ibiza Forte Armchair has a strong design that makes a statement. It is made from solid timber and upholstered in fabric or leather. The minimalist design makes it suitable for any setting such as a meeting room or dining room. The aim of the project is to replicate the chair as similar as possible following its dimensions of 530mm (W) x 770mm (H) x 520mm (D) and its finishes. In this project, the armchair is depicted in a food cafĂŠ setting with wooden flooring and stucco finished wall. 47

Year 2 Modelling and Rendering| Lecturer: Alan Ong


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FLOA T I N G AIRCRAFT

This project involves exploring different ways to transform 2D images into 3D architecture. Taking an image from the book ‘Geometry of Unconscious’ and using methods found in the book such as mimesis, methodology, metamorphosis and metaphysics, the flat abstract image is extruded, rotated, multiplied, curved, misshaped and combined into a structure where little pockets of spaces can exist. With an imagination, a community can be formed living in this architecture. The final form is portrayed as a floating aircraft that carries a community across the world. 49

1962: The site expanded with the addition of Beauty World Town forming Beauty Wo Year 2 Elements of Space Design | Lecturer: Jyanzi Kong


Park. The town had stores selling

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attracted people who lived far from the site too.

SOUV E N I R - O F L I F E The laminate is based on the concept of one’s thumbprint. The design represents an individual’s uniqueness and originality as no one in the world has the same set of thumbprints. The aim is to encourage people to leave their mark in the world as it can inspire the future. More importantly, to be themselves and not a replica of someone else. A thumbprint acts as a reminder that everyone has their own intrinsic value and it never changes no matter the obstacles they face.

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20 April 1975 and 7 August 1977: Beauty World Park had caught on fire and the site was p to be redeveloped. Many shopkeepers and tenants reloc to a nearby site. Year 1 Digital Rendering [Group]| Lecturer: Low CJ


1984: A shopping centre was built named ‘Beauty World Centre’ along with a condominium. The activites for these people changes again as the site changes too. Now there are an air food court, a supermarket, many retail stores, a bank and many more. The people in and present time shop and dine while the people back in 1942 went on rides and watch performances. However, Beauty World Centre isn’t as popular as it was known fo a market previously and also has less people frequenting as it isn’t as modern as the s centres built now.

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Beauty World’s rise and fall shown through the use of an illustrated time line diagram. A village destroyed during WWII , an amusement park was built on the same site. Not only does it offer entertainment as a distraction from the sufferings of war, it also contained a large gambling hall and cinema. The amusement park didn’t last very long and it was transformed into a large market before falling victim to a huge fire. The shopping centre ‘Beauty World’ was constructed in 1984 however, it was not as popular as it was compared to when the site was a market. 57

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1945: 1945: After the war ended, theAfter the war ended, the park fell into disrepair aspark fell into disrepair as there was no need for there was no need for locals to get a distractionlocals to get a distraction anymore. anymore.

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1962: 1962: TheWorld site expanded with the addition BeautyTheWorld formingselling Beauty World Park. The town had stores selling The site expanded with the addition of Beauty Town forming Beauty WorldofPark. town Town had stores clothes and shoes, textiles, toys, bags, bed linens, household appliances, jewellery, music recordings, sundry, clothes and shoes, textiles, toys, bags, bed linens, household appliances, jewellery, music recordings, sundry, Chinese medicine, and hair styling services. This made the site even more popular than it was ever before as it Chinese medicine, and hair styling services. This made the site even more popular than it was ever before as it 2015 attracted people who lived far from the site too. attracted people who lived far from the site too.

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CASTLE Inspired by the Japanese anime fantasy film ‘Howl’s Moving Castle’ by Hayao Miyazaki, this project follows in the steps of the wizard tower; an organic architecture that is driven by a power engine and magic. The tower, created by various structural elements put together, houses the household of Howl (the wizard) along with Markl, Calcifer and Sophie. In this project, the floating aircraft is moving on power plants as it transports a remote community consisting of scientists and their family. The aircraft is a sustainable island that can support life.

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Year 1 Model Making | Lecturer: Wayne Oh


Papier-mâchÊ styrofoam house with windows

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