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DEGREE OF ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO Sky Ong University Technology Malaysia, UTM Skudai, 81310 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. +6016-5311067

3KY_ONG

345, Lorong 5, Taman Kami (B), Aulong, 34000 Taiping, Malaysia.

Sky Ong sky_ong94@hotmail.com


“For me, architecture is the means, not the end. It’s a means of making different life forms possible.” - Bjarke Ingels


ONG

SKY

PERSONAL

SKILLS

Name

Ong Soo Khai

Age

22

Date of Birth

15th January 1994

Nationality

Malaysian

Health Status

Excellent

EDUCATION 2013 - 2016 Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Architecture University Technology Malaysia - UTM Skudai, Johor Bahru Result : CGPA 3.67 (First Class Honour)

2012 - 2013 Science Course Selangor Matriculation College

1. Technical

Revit Architecture

Daylight Visualizer

Autocad

Microsoft Office

Sketchup

Adobe Photoshop

Layout

Adobe Illustrator

Lumion 6

Adobe InDesign

Kerkythea

Adobe Lightroom

V-ray for Sketchup

Adobe Premiere Pro

2. Others

Physical Modelling

Photomanipulation

Poster Design

Photography/Editing

Result : CGPA 4.0 (Flat)

2007 - 2011 Malaysian Certificate of Education (SPM) SMJK Hua Lian, Taiping Result : 5A+ 3A 2A- 1B+

3. Personal

Communication

Creativity

Teamwork

Leadership

Management

WORK EXPERIENCES

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2015 ( 2 weeks ) Measured Drawing Kampung Khleang Sbek, Cambodia

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Shophouses Project 2016 Freelance (Design + 3D modelling + Rendering) CNC Architect, Johor Bahru

2011 ( 3 months ) Roulette Croupier Genting Casino, Malaysia

PROFICIENCY

English

Mandarin

Malay

Hokkien

SPECIALITIES

+ Architecture Visualization

+ 3D Modelling

Presentation Drawing


ACADEMIC WORKS

Living Room of The Campus UTM Student Hub Technology Center

Pulse of The Bamboo Village Bamboo Arts + Crafts Learning Center

Urban Breathing Envelope Vo Trong Nghia Architects Office

The In Between Space Dancing On The Water

Space Unfolding The Living Rhythms

A Folly Parallel Divergence


NON - ACADEMIC WORKS

Community Ideas Competition Artificial Reef For Mersing Fishing Village

PMINT Masterplan Design Competition Revitalization of PMINT Square

Shelter Design Global Competition (Japan) Freedom Architecture

Iconic Steel Tower Design Competition TRX [Air]scape Malaysia

Work Experience Shoplots Design Proposal in Johor Bahru

Digital Art A Dreamy World

Amateur Photography I See, I Click, I Capture


LIVING ROOM OF THE CAMPUS UTM Student Hub Technology Center

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Living Room of The Campus UTM Student Hub Technology Center

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UNDERGRADUATE WORK

Work : Building : Typology

3rd Year Semester 2 Multipurpose Gallery

Site Area : 1.38 acres (5584.66 sqm) Location : University Technology Malaysia

Are you facing stress as a student in your studies today? Due to the university’s rapid development, global competition, technology and changes in the nature of the education, the academic environment is no longer providing the low-stress academic environment that students once enjoyed. Thus, this project will explore the potential building programs which will reduce the student stress in the campus. How is it going to be? As an architectural solution, it will prioritize on the mingling of the student community to encourage communal interaction among each other. In order to reduce student stress, the building programs play a crucial role of acting as one of the coping stress strategies. This is the point where the project investigation comes in. It will explore the generation of building programs which consist of the elements fun, relaxing, healthy and knowledge exposure. It will also investigate on the compatibility of building programs in spatial organization of a student hub center. UTM Student Hub Technology Center is a place of experience, innovation, creativity, and engagement with ideas – a place where physical and digital media come together – a place where you can find new things out, learn new skills or simply relax and enjoy the atmosphere. It is the students’ “living room”, next to the heart of the campus.

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University Technology Malaysia (UTM) is a leading innovation-driven entrepreneurial research university in engineering, science and technology. Due to its rapid development, global competition, technology and changes in the nature of the education, the academic environment is no longer providing the low-stress academic environment that students once enjoyed.

Stress is something familiar that students often face in their daily lives today. Generally, high level of accumulation of stress will lead into work unsatisfactory, work absentee, and even physical and mental illness. Yet, the institution has neglected the importance of addressing this issue whereby it is blindly taken as an advantage to push the students limit till the extent. This point is what will be subsequently taken into account by generating effective building programs to fulfill the chosen theme of this project – “The Living Room of The Campus�.

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STUDENT SQUARE

DESIGN CONCEPT

A design philosophy is implemented whereby the primary space is one for socialization and communal interaction. The design concept is originally inspired by the thick bushes of trees around the site. Thus, “tree” is being applied as a design metaphor to initiate the following stages of design. It is similar to how a tall tree supports a miniature ecosystem below its large canopy.

We shall find the livelihood of animal populations such as squirrels, birds, bess or worms under one big community. In the other words, this building will act as a “living room” for the students where they can seek for relaxation and knowledge. It is a place of innovation, creativity, experience and engagement of ideas. A place where they can learn new skills, seek for new things out or simply sit back and relax. The design will prioritise the mingling of community, as a way to promote communal interaction and reduce student stress.

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SEMI-OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER

DESIGN IDEA

Form making idea is refered to the primary parts of the tree which consists of canopy, trunk and roots. They are transformed indirectly into building roof, building core and building massing respectively. Wheareas for the space organization, the idea is to mimic the tree water transportation system.

As it can be seen from the illustrated diagram above, the water is absorbed from every direction and stored at the central storage of the tree below its trunk. Then, it will be transported vertically up through the xylem vessels and spread out to every single leaves on the tree. It is similar in such a way for the building space organization. The spaces branch out like the roots of the tree, surrounding a central core space. And this central core space will act as the minggling spot of the community.

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Main road is not used to create an access lane to the site to avoid traffic jam. The access lane is connected from a secondary road which is next to the site.

Service bay is planned to be located at the border of the site which is far from the main road. It allows the trees to filter the view from there.

Basement parking is proposed to avoid negative view of the natural topography of the site.

The building is segregated into smaller blocks to promote cross natural ventilation.

Fragmentation of the building into smaller blocks also creates more pocket spaces for more trees to grow.

Footbridge is proposed to invite the pedestrian from the opposite of the lake.

Outdoor public gathering space is proposed to attract people to the site in order to promote an active user spot.

Maximising the roof canopy to reduce the heat radiation.

ROBOTIC DELIVERY CAFE

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BUILDING PROGRAM

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NORTH ELEVATION

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SOUTH ELEVATION


EAST ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

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ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN STRATEGIES

SCIENCE FICTION GALLERY

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SCIENCE + TECHNOLOGY GALLERY

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RAIN WATER HARVESTING SYSTEM

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MASSING DEVELOPEMENT PROCESS

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PULSE OF THE BAMBOO VILLAGE Bamboo Arts + Crafts Learning Center

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Pulse of The Bamboo Village Bamboo Arts + Crafts Learning Center

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UNDERGRADUATE WORK

Work : Building : Typology

3rd Year Semester 1 Multipurpose educational building

Site Area : 1 acre (4046.86 sqm) Location : Bamboo Village, Sahom Valley Agro & Eco Resort, Kampar, Perak, Malaysia.

This project explores on useroriented design. Although the common perception nowadays is that all design should cater for the disabled as a specialneeds group, it often creates unnecessary segregation and separation to them. Earlier on it wasn’t much of an issue, but gradually the society is more sensitive towards this segregation that eventually warrants a new way to look at designing for the disabled. Universal Design involves designing products and spaces so that they can be used by the widest range of people possible (universaldesign.com). It is a process that addresses the needs of people with disabilities, while at the same time recognize that the need to design a solution that caters for the widest range of human abilities and disabilities. It introduces design that is ergonomically universal that people of all ages, disabilities and/or illness could use without having to create one specifically for their need. This proposed site is located at Sahom Valley in Malaysia which is a resort situated near Gua Tempurong, Gopeng, Perak. It adopts the concept of agricultural and ecological-oriented tourism, offering a wide variety of experiences. And besides, this public building is proposed as a bamboo learning center that serves as a multi-functional public building based on the needs on the site. This building is aimed to be the focus point for the tourism attraction of Bamboo Village in Sahom Valley.

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M ICRO SIT E ANALY SIS

SITE ISSUES A local tourism spot should have “must see” or “must do” attractions. It is to create a lively atmosphere around the area and leave a footprint in people’s mind. However, only accommodation is provided in the Bamboo Village for the time being. Besides, neither day nor night activities are prepared for the tourists to spend their time in this village. Thus, the atmosphere is very dull and people gets boring when they stay for days in this village.

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DESIG N CONC E PT

Whenever there are activities happening in a place, people will be attracted. And whenever people are carrying out activities, their pulses are beating and movements are created. An axis is set to be the initiator of a movement when people travel from one place to other. In between the fragments of planes within a motion and the rate of beating pulse, rhythm lies there. Hence, these interpretations are set to be the kernel idea of building form, spaces and façade design.

• RHYTHMIC PATTERN Creating a hierarchy directional axis towards the neighbourhood spaces (including future developement) to highlight the inter-relationship which existed in between • VISTAS An imaginary line whereby the forces resonate and throb through the design. Defined by two specific terminal points such as neighbourhood spaces and future planning which generates a very specific movement. Movement through space becomes linear; time becomes solely chronological. • MOVEMENT Architectural elements that is designed in a way that they reappear in a consecutive manner along a sequence of different spaces which suggests a kind of architectural motion.

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NO RT H E L E VAT IO N

E AST E L E VAT IO N

SE CT IO N A-A

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WE ST E L E VAT IO N

SO U T H E L E VAT IO N

SE CT IO N B -B

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BA MB O O V I L L A G E M A STE R PL AN During our visit to Sahom Valley, Ar.Shariff, the owner of the land said that there will be extra 20 bamboo chalets coming to this Bamboo Village soon. Thus, this has been taken into account during the design process. The new bamboo chalets are aligned in a curvilinear manner which connects the pedestrian path to the building. It forms a smooth directional flow which could lead the visitors towards the focus point of the village. An obeservation deck is projected outwards from the center of the building to the river. It allows the visitors to have a different experience on appreciating the panoramic view of the natural surrounding while standing above the crystal-like water.

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Bamboo plantation is included in the planning as well. It is planned to be situated at the opposite side of the building. A footbridge is designed to connect the path from the building itself to the other side, forming a continuous linkage of the circulation flow. This plantation is aimed to produce the supply of bamboos for the construction material of this building and for the future purposes. Besides, it creates a platform for the visitors to get in touch with different types of bamboo, providing the knowledge of bamboo to the public. There will be several bamboo pavilions surrounding the core of the bamboo plantation. They will act as part of the landscape design, contributing to the scenic view of green space.

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HALL WITH NORMAL ROOF

Daylight Simulation on Multipurpose Hall with polycarbonate skylight roof. Simulated by Revit 360 Illuminance Daylighting Visualizer at Sahom Valley Retreat, lattitude 4.3N, longitude 101.2E, overcast sky condition. Standard of illumination gazeted for MS1525 : Bathroom, toilet = 100lux Restroom, Bedroom = 150 lux Cafeteria, canteen = 200 lux

Rooms, entrance hall, lobby = 100 lux Multipurpose Hall = 450 lux General offices, shops & stores, classrom, library = 300 lux

SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE

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HALL WITH POLYCARBONATE ROOF


DESIGN STRATEGIES

Deep Roof Eaves

Vapor Effect

Cross Ventilation

Porous Bamboo Wall

Stack Ventilation

Diffuse Day Lighting

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MAIN BUILDING PROGRAMS

1. LOBBY + EXHIBITION SPACE

Bamboo Architectural Model Making Class

Bamboo Joinery Technique Class

Bamboo Lantern Making Class

2. BAMBOO CARVING + ARCHITECTURE MODEL MAKING WORKSHOP

3. MINI CAFE

EXPLODED ISOMETRIC SPACES

4. BAMBOO KITE + LANTERN MAKING SPACE 40

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Bamboo Kite Making Class

Bamboo Dance Learning Class

5. MULTIPURPOSE HALL

Jegog Learning Class

6. OFFICE

7. MINI MARKET + SOUVENIR SHOP

8. BAMBOO JOINERY TECHNIQUE WORKSHOP Pulse of The Bamboo Village Bamboo Arts + Crafts Learning Center

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URBAN BREATHING ENVELOPE Vo Trong Nghia Architects Office

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UNDERGRADUATE WORK

Work : Building : Typology

2nd Year Semester 2

Site Area : Location :

1 acre (4046.86 sqm)

Architects Office

Johor Bahru City Center

The brief calls for the design of Green Design Practice (Architect’s & Partners) office in Johor Bahru city centre. An architect & partners office with green architecture/ design approach. Green architecture is define as philosophy of architecture that advocates sustainable energy sources, the conservation of energy, the reuse and safety of building materials, and the siting of a building with consideration of its impact on the environment/ The architect & partners office will become a show case building or a ‘living building’ to response to green building design in the tropical region. As such it offers a wide range of services which includes green architectural design, interior design, urban design, model making and environmental engineering (Green Building Ratings & Certification, Building Energy Analysis & Simulation, Carbon Footprint Analysis and Environmental & Sustainability Trainings among others). In order to promote a better working efficiency in a crowded city center, this building emphasizes on providing clean fresh air to the work spaces. Besides, this building also acts as a “sponge”. It absorbs the polluted air and provide a better air quality to the public. It will be the first green lung of the Johor Bahru city center in the future.

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SITE ISSUS The site is located at the central area of Johor, which is just next to 2 junctions. Heavy traffics happens everyday which reduces the air quality and increase the noise pollution around the site.

SOLUTION :

OBJECTIVES

DESIGN APPROACH

FACADE DESIGN

DESIGN PRINCIPLE

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MAKING THE BUILDING SKIN AS THE LIVING SYSTEM

The building skin features louvers with vegetation. Recycled plastic planter box is implemented in the design to increase environmental awareness and to act as supporting sun shading devices at the same time. This green louvers surround the entire building creating a GREEN ENVELOPE which makes the building literally BREATHES. Alowing the building to generate fresh oxygen within the building spaces itself and emit GREEN ENERGY to the public. It will act as the urban’s oxygen generator which could produce limitless oxygen naturally.

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ENVIRO-ENGINEERS’ OFFICE

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ARCHITECTS’ OFFICE

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EXHIBITION SPACE

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ESCAPE POD

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ADMINISTRATION OFFICE

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SEMINAR ROOM

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MASSING DEVELOPEMENT PROCESS

SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE

TROPICAL PLANTS SELECTED

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DIFFUSE DAY LIGHTING DESIGN STRATEGIES

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THE IN BETWEEN SPACE Dancing On The Water

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Space Constantly encompasses our being. Through the volume of space, we move, see forms, hear sounds, feel breeze, smell the fragrances of a flower garden in bloom. It is a material substance like wood or stone. Yet it is a inherently formless vapor. Its visual form, its dimensions and scale, the quality of its height - all of these qualities depends on our perception of the spatial boundaries defined by elements of form. As space begins to be captured, endosed, molded, and organized by elements of mass, architecture comes into being. This 1st year, 1st semester, 1st project is about a form of an abstract design. First, we were given drawing of acting human figures ( musicians, dances, martial, etc.) Then, we were needed to visualize and interpret the spaces between the character/ acting human figures and translate them into an abstract design element. The final design should be seen as a composition of planes comprising of design parts rather than as a sculpture or singular form. Hence, my subject for this project is “Tarian Zapin”, one of the traditional Malay dances in Malaysia.

Abstract Drawing of Tarian Zapin’s Movements

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The In Between Space Dancing On The water


UNDERGRADUATE WORK

The In Between Space Dancing On The water

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SPACE UNFOLDING

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The Living Rhythms

Like project 1, this project is also about a three dimensional abstract space design. Students in each workbase were given a painting that has been divided into 6 smaller segments. Then’ they are required to form a small group of six and select any segments of the painting to further for the next stage of design. By seeing the segmented painting as a 2-D contextual space, students will be given the opportunity to unfold it into a 3-D space. How well they perceive the spaces within the painting and unfold it will depend much on their creative imagination. By using plane elements, the 3-D space design must be expressively displayed with appropriate consideration of connection, boundaries and flow of movement to nearby space (segments belong to his /her friends). In other words, the design must show the spatial continuity as well as the contextual design value. For my workbase, we were given a “bas relief” painting to interpret our very own design.

Bas Relief Painting

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UNDERGRADUATE WORK

Space Unfolding The Living Rhythms

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A FOLLY

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Parallel Divergence

This project is another form of an abstract spatial design. The design must be functional with structural consideration. It has no specific site - this freestanding design is assumed to be assembled at anywhere on flat ground. We are required to design A Folly either to be seen or to be experienced – interpreted from an identified 2D sketch plan given by workbase master. The interpretation are based on drawing reading text - point as column, line as wall, dotted line as roof above and opening convention as door or window. The design, form massing and composition must appropriate to the sketch plan. More important, the Folly must have structural sense and logic even though not 100% work. Thus, basic understanding of structure, material, construction and services such as drainage must be considered in the design. A finalize design idea needs to be visualized using conceptual model as well as drawings. “Deconstructivism� was set as the primary theme for my workbase. The illustration below is the clue given by my workbase master as a guide to begin our design.

Sketched Plan

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A Folly Parallel Divergence


UNDERGRADUATE WORK

Exploded Isometric Drawing

A Folly Parallel Divergence

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COMMUNITY IDEAS COMPETITION Artificial Reef For Mersing Fishing Village

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This artificial reef design is generated from our precedence study, Reef Ball. According to the study on ‘A New Technology for Artificial Reef Construction in Coastal Ecosystems’ by Cynthia Warzecha, the dome shape of Reef Balls is the key to their stability. They are designed so that more than 50% of the weight is in the bottom near the ocean floor. The top of the dome is opened to reduce the lifting effects of wave action and turbulence during stormy weather. In addition, it can be casted up to double the standard weight to accommodate high energy zones.

Individual

Design Idea

+ Community Individual

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Community Ideas Competition Artificial Reef For Mersing Fishing Village

Our design includes sustainable materials, versatile construction methods and durable anchoring. This design is focused on creating a community of artificial reef applying tongue-and-groove idea to attach each unit of artificial reel to one another.Concerning the affordability of the fishermen in Mersing, modifications and enhancement in terms of materials and function are proposed in our design.


COMPETITION WORK

Bamboo

Steel Wire Mesh

EXPLODED ISOMETRIC STRUCTURE

Concrete

Bamboo Steel Joint Connector

Anchoring Cones

For ‘normal’ bottom (rebar could be driven to two feet by a sledge hammer with normal effort and there was a healthy biological sea grass root system for resistance to settlement), anchoring cones were used.

Anchoring Spikes

In areas where the bottom was ‘hard packed’ (so hard that it was difficult for rebar had to be driven in by a sledge hammer), pre-cast spikes with #5 fiberglass reenforcement were cast into the Reef Ball bottoms.

Battered Anchoring Pilings

Locating the Reef Ball in areas where the sand was ‘soft’ (so soft that rebar could be put to a two foot depth using hand pressure only) battered pilings were used. Three piles in a ‘tripod’ pattern were jetted in until they reached the hard bottom below the soft sand. Community Ideas Competition Artificial Reef For Mersing Fishing Village

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PMINT MASTERPLAN DESIGN COMPETITION Revitalization of PMINT Square

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The Terengganu government has an ambitious intention to turn PMINT Square into a vibrant business hub and a one-stop centre for various governmental services, commercial opportunities as well as promoting tourism and a place to celebrate unity in diversity. Therefore, our main design intention emphasizes on revitalizing Terengganu’s traditional elements around PMINT Square by proposing rich local activities around it. We targetted 5 potential spots around the heart of the PMINT Square, transforming them to be Terengganu traditional food court, Terengganu traditional herbs garden, PMINT gallery plaza, street art filled with Terengganu arts + elements, and PMINT bazaar. Our main idea implements 5 human senses (hearing, sight, smell, touch and taste) into these 5 spots based on the compatibility of the area respectively. Each spot focuses on the respective human senses design, projecting out the strong element of its very own features to the public.

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COMPETITION WORK

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SHELTER DESIGN GLOBAL COMPETITION (JAPAN) Freedom Architecture

ISSUE Destroyed disaster land undergoes rebuild in a rapid speed,however, Excessive waste letftover from construction site, causing unefficient usage of building materials.Build process speed is not compatible with the increasing no. of victims of disaster, Victims had been forced to live in uncomfortable and livable temporary shelter space with not enough freedom on personal space usage. Shortage of food supply when no. of victims is larger than provided shelter, with no usable green land.

SOLUTION Reuse of leftover construction material to design functionable element attached to the building。 Owner of houses are given freedom to build its connection to the neighbour, renovate their own house based on self basic desire, as well as renovate the roof top into a plantable area to generate foods. Guildline shall be provided to instruct the owner of the construction method. When everyone started to work together to build the house, neighbourhood relationships will be improved and the process of renovating will be as well fasten. Rooftop planting and green wall method aids victims to regenerate own food. They can as well decide which portion of their house to be renovate or extend or connect to the neighbour.

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COMPETITION WORK

Shelter Design Global Competition (Japan) Freedom Architeture

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ICONIC STEEL TOWER DESIGN COMPETITION TRX [Air]scape Malaysia

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Every nation needs its very uniquely own icon, for example KLCC has been standing for Malaysia for nearly 2 decades. People all around the world recognize Malaysia through this masterpiece of architecture with acknowledgement of the nation’s both economy and political stability. However, time had passed and a new icon which signify Malaysia is ready for 21st Century had yet to be born. Thus, this is a great time to design and build such icon to showcase to the local and the world that Malaysia is ready for the era of digital technology. The most valuable question for this proposal will be – How is 21st Century of Malaysia going to be like? Fun and Sustainable are the both key elements that will drive the people towards advancement and prosperity. Therefore, both elements will be the anchor of the design and planning in hope to bring fun and sustainable living quality to the urbanites living in Kuala Lumpur, the heart of Malaysia. 66

Iconic Steel Tower Design Competition TRX [Air]scape Malaysia


COMPETITION WORK

Iconic Steel Tower Design Competition TRX [Air]scape Malaysia

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WORKING EXPERIENCE Shoplots Design Proposal In Johor Bahru

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This is an early stage of shoplots design by CNC Architect in Johor Bahru. The shoplots design hasn’t finalized yet and still under development progress. It is an honour for me to have collaboration of design with Architect Chong. Fruitful experiences had been gained through this freelance work. My primary task is to have design criticism with Architect Chong. We shared opinions and thoughts on how to deal with client’s demands during the design stage. Thus, 3 different options of design were roughly sketched out in elevation form using Autocad. Based on those elevations, I expanded the idea through Revit modelling. As it was just an early stage of design, I’ve been told just to create raw rendering of perspectives and elevations for the presentation. It turned out to be quite well as expected.

SIDE ELEVATION

FRONT ELEVATION

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FREELANCE WORK

DESIGN OPTION 1

DESIGN OPTION 2

DESIGN OPTION 3

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DIGITAL ART A Dreamy World

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PERSONAL WORK

Digital Art A Dreamy World

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AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY I See, I Click, I Capture

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PERSONAL WORK

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