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SELECTED WORKS

T.K. JUSTIN NG

2015


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TSZ KIT (T.K.) JUSTIN, NG tkjustinng@gmail.com | tkjustinng.com +1 (647) 868 8648

CURRICULUM VITAE WORK EXPERIENCE

2015 Aedas, Hong Kong

MAY - JULY Trainee for Global Board Director, Ken Wai

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Responsible for digitally modelling 15 residential towers and podium Drafted plans, elevation and section for large scale mixed-use competitions Took part in both design and financial related meetings and discussions

2014 - PRESENT Freelance Artist • • •

Sold over 1500 postcards across Hong Kong to date Commission by Hong Kong Maxims Restaurant Chain for sketches Commission by French Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong for oil painting

2013 LWK & Partners, Hong Kong

JULY Intern for Design Team and Human Resources

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

Organizing legal documents and drawings

2012-2013 Riding for the Disabled Association, Hong Kong

OCTOBER - APRIL •

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EDUCATION

Volunteered every Friday after school Communicated and assisted disabled children ride ponies Protect the children from riding hazards

2014 - 2019 Candidate for Bachelor of Architectural Studies, Honours Co-op EXPECTED University of Waterloo, Cambridge, Ontario

Excellent Academic Standing Design Studio Relevent Courses: Cultural History

SKILLS

DIGITAL Rhinoceros 5

Grasshopper Maxwell Render Bridge

TRADITIONAL Drafting

Modeling

AWARDS + SCHOLARSHIPS

Revit Google Sketchup Photoshop Illustrator

Building Construction Visual Communication

AutoCAD InDesign Laser Cutting 3D Printing

Sketching Wood working

2015 First Place in ‘Recycle’ Steel Competition JUNE

Award of Excellence in Structural Steel Education Foundation Competition

2015 1A + 1B Outstanding Design Award, University of Waterloo

JANUARY + APRIL

Highest academic standing in 1st year Fall and Winter studio course

2014 President’s Scholarship, University of Waterloo

AUGUST

Achieving over 90% average in high school

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NANCHANG MIXED-USE

06 - 07

NORTHCLIFFE LIBRARY

08 - 15

CABLE CRUISE

16 - 19

ARTIST’S RESIDENCE

20 - 25

AINSLIE TOWNHOUSE

26 - 29

ON-LOCATION SKETCHING

30 - 31

OTHERS

32 - 33

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NANCHANG MIXED-USE A Mixed-use development competition located next to the river in Nanchang. I focused on the residential development as well as the final presentation booklet and slideshow. I was responsible for 3D modelling all the residential towers as well as most of the residential podium. During the final production phase, I worked on diagrams and orthographic drawings using AutoCAD, Illustrator and Photoshop. 6

OFFICE LEAD ARCHITECT PROJECT TEAM

Aedas Ken Wai (Global Board Director) Cecilia Ho, Youyi Wang, Danielle Dong

I modelled most of the scene in the render above (Render made by silkroad)


NANCHANG MIXED-USE

3D modelling of most of this area

Facade detail modelling

Editing plans in AutoCAD

Section I created using AutoCAD, Rhino and Illustrator 7


NORTHCLIFFE LIBRARY The internet and e-books are convenient sources of information, yet, it would not be enough for those who are engaged in an intense, lifelong love affair with books. With the development of the emancipation of knowledge, Northcliffe Library reinterprets the archetype of a traditional library into a radiating temple of books, turning paper into precious and desirable pieces of history. 8

1B STUDIO Micro-Institution SUPERVISOR Donald Mckay LOCATION 86 Northcliffe Blvd, Toronto, Ontario

Traditional Library

Northcliffe Library


NORTHCLIFFE LIBRARY

6C

36m

5C

+0.00m

1A

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e

1. The books are protected and exhibited in a glass box 2. Circulation exposed to the outside to animate the facade 3. Civic entrance is created underground like digging into a treasure 4. Main volume reaches back to engage with the street and compress the entrance

-2.40m

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c

a

-2.40m

ELEVATION AA +9.50m

+6.90m

+4.60m

+2.30m

+0.00m -2.40m

ELEVATION BB 1:300

1

3

SECTION CC 7m

1:300

1

3

7m

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1:10 1:300

1

3

7m

-2.40m 6C

+0.00m

36m

5C

+2.30m a

+4.60m +0.00m

1A

6C6C

6B6B

+9.50m

36m 36m

5C5C

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a

+6.90m

e

BASEMENT PLAN

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aa

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10.5m 10.5m

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5C

-2.40m

G/Fb PLAN

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CC

-2.40m +0.00m

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+9.50m

DD +6.90m -2.40m -2.40m e

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+0.00m +0.00m

-2.40m -2.40m

+4.60m

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+9.50m +9.50m

a b c d e f 10

Entrance Entrance Lobby +6.90m +6.90m Reception Auditorium +4.60m +4.60m Lounge Bridge +2.30m +2.30m

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DN DN

3/F PLAN

+0.00m

5C

-2.40m

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1:300

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7m

1:300

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+9.50m


NORTHCLIFFE LIBRARY

VISUALIZATION OF INNER CORE OF BOOKS During the day, sunrays shine into the library through the bookshelves, reflecting off the glass creating a contemplative space for showcasing the books. 11


Gutter Aluminium Cladding Steel H-Beam Wooden Beam

Inside face glazing

LED light Steel shelves Walkway Floor support

Braches out from structural Z flange columns

Steel mullion Intermediate Channel

Structural Cleat Triple glazed glass Outside face glazing

DETAILED SECTION

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NORTHCLIFFE LIBRARY

Steel Mullion

Bookshelves

Steel Structural Support Intergrated with the Bookshelves

EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC 13


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NORTHCLIFFE LIBRARY

SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE (DD) The entrance is located underground to expose the foundation of the building made of books, and create a civic space in front of the library separated from the residential street. 15


CABLE CRUISE The competition called for a smart way to recycle steel accompanied by interesting steel details. With the eventual decommissioning of existing transmission towers, Cable Cruise takes advantage of this existing framework and layers a new mode of transit on the city’s infrastructure without deconstruction. The design also includes irregular steel connections that push the limits of what angle steel can do. 16

COMPETITION COLLABORATOR SPONSOR AWARD

SSEF ‘Recycle’ Steel Competition Tristan Sito Terri Meyer Boake, Matthew Spremulli First Place - Award of Excellence


CABLE CRUISE

OVERALL SECTION

BL TR RS

EGLINTON AVENUE W

OO EE

RATHBURN ROAD

TW

WEST DEANE PARK

HWY 427

TORONTO PEARSON AIRPORT 1:25000

125

375

Regular Tower Station Tower Demolished Tower

875m

Canopy support

Wheel for cable

1:25000

Canopy

125

375

Reassembled towers

Cable track

ROUTE MAP

Existing tower

875m

Switch room

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The ground level is transformed into a park


CABLE CRUISE

Universal joint

Welded sleeves

1:30

Welded pin connector Universal joint

1:15

Exisiting tower arm

Metal rod

Cable car system

1:15

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ARTIST’S RESIDENCE In an overstimulated world, where we are constantly barraged by information, this residency provides the artist with an inwardly focused incubator to discover and reflect on themselves.

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1B STUDIO Maker’s Studio SUPERVISOR Rick Andrighetti LOCATION 40 Water Street, Cambridge, Ontario


ARTIST’S RESIDENCE

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+2.40m

UP

1:150

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1.5

3.5m

G/F PLAN COURTYARD The courtyard can be seen from both the studio and the bedroom. This allows for an alternative ‘nature’ to be seen from the artist’s perspective. The courtyard also acts as an extra working or contemplative space.

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ENTRANCE ELEVATION

WATER STREET ELEVATION 22


ARTIST’S RESIDENCE

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+2.40m

UP

1:150

0.5

1.5

3.5m

1/F PLAN LIVING SPACE The living space spans above the studio at an irregular angle, driven by the views over the lake and an old theatre in Cambridge.

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ARTIST’S RESIDENCE

MODEL WITHOUT ROOF 25


AINSLIE TOWNHOUSE In Southern Ontario, a growing problem is the lack of space for development in urban settings. To accommodate for this densification many properties have become track housing. The Ainslie Townhouses turn away from this model to be site specific and strive for individuality with an address for each household. 26

1B STUDIO SUPERVISOR COLLABORATORS LOCATION

Residential Urban Infill Donald Mckay Heather Friedel, Caitlin Paridy, Sara Zheng Cambridge, Ontario


AINSLIE TOWNHOUSE

AINSLIE STREET

GRAND RIVER

VETERAN’S WAY

DWELLING

CAR AND CAR SERVICE 1:4000

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FIGURE-GROUND DIAGRAM

140m

1. Typical townhouse volumes to achieve required floor area and green space.

Residential Commercial

2. C-shaped to create a courtyard that speaks with the residences across the street and dodges the busy commercial street.

3. Each unit overlaps and twists with oneanother to produce more practical floor space.

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1/F PLAN

G/F PLAN

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2/F PLAN


AINSLIE TOWNHOUSE

West

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South

1:1000

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SECTION JJ

35m

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ON-LOCATION SKETCHING Active member of Urban Sketchers International + Hong Kong

Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore 30


To-be-demolished shophouses on Shanghai Street, Hong Kong

An Old Pawn Under Demolition, Hong Kong 31


WALL A written and illustrated fairy tale based on a wall separating two civilizations.

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COMPETITION 2015 Fairy Tales Competition COLLABORATOR Tristan Sito, Eric Oh


DINING TABLE SET

2A STUDIO Domestic Experiment COLLABORATOR Hagop Terzian, Philippe Fournier, Honyi Li

The dining table is no longer a place of gathering for many households nowadays. This dining table is an attempt to bring back the separated family by having each table rely on one another to stand up.

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TSZ KIT JUSTIN, NG +1 (647) 868 8648 tkjustinng@gmail.com tkjustinng.com

T.K. Justin Ng Selected Works 2015  

Portfolio of work done between 2014-2015.

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