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WAY LIEW ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO YEAR 2012

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WAY LIEW GRADUATE ARCHITECT ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS Master of Architecture University of Melbourne 2010 – 2012 Bachelor of Architectural Studies University of Melbourne 2007 – 2009 Diploma in Architectural Technology Taylor’s University 2005 – 2007

PERSONAL DETAILS 722 / 55 Villiers St North Melbourne, 3051 Victoria, Australia T: +614-0346-6624 E: wayliew@hotmail.com DOB: 12/05/1984

ACADEMIC

WORK EXPERIENCE David Luck Architecture 2012-CURRENT As Graduate Architect, currently involved in working on prefabricate small residential unit in North Fitzroy, VIC, Australia. Moull Murray Architects 2009-2010 Was employed as trainee for 4 months, about 2 years later I was employed again to work as full time architect’s assistance with a small architects firm and currently involved in working on commercial office building and several residential unit apartments around North Brighton, Victoria, Australia.

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table of contant

1. Young & Jackson’s THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN PUB 2. Z-Tower HYBRID ARCHITECTURE 3. Communal Living CO-HABITATE 4. Hydro Cooling System Facade Performance& Design 5, VISIONARY HOUSING House of Tomorrow 7. Aditional

WORK

8. Prefab @ McKEAN David Luck Architecture 9. Ax4 Apartments Moull Murray Architects 10. BAYCORNER OFFICE Moull Murray Architects 11. TULIPGREEN Moull Murray Architects


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YOUNG AND JACKSON THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN PUB

The brief was to recreate the Melbourne iconic pub Young & Jackson’s Hotel located in the busiest Melbourne CBD corner, The Concept for the iconic Australian Pub - Young & Jackson’s Hotel is an intergration of classic and futuristic giving a sense of lost in time yet provided different characteristic through programme and facade influenced by surrounding context. Recapture the charactoristic from the context and it’s existing feature as a typology to propose design concept.

AXONOMETRIC


skywell roofing

lounge area Karaoke area

bar dancefloor

circulation

concrete facade

Steel facade PROPOSE FACADE

PROPOSE LAYOUT Restaurent lounge bar cafe retail


PERSPECTIVE ON FLINDERS ST

PERSPECTIVE ON SWANSTON ST


SECTION PLAN

LOUNGE BAR PERSPECTIVE

EXTERIOR OPEN SPACE ELEVATION

FLINDERS ST ELEVATION

SWANSTON ST ELEVATION


STREET VIEW PERSPECTIVE


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z-tower HYBRID ARCHITECTURE

It is a visual analysis of the programs of these complex buildings and its insertion in the territory. The relationship between height and use clearly expresses the urban vocation of the project, its openness to the city, its capacity to share the privilege of height and its social permeability. The section of a hybrid is also, according to Rem Koolhaas, a piece of urban fabric that rises up. In this sense, we wished to confront the urban weft with the section, to compare the intensity of uses with the density of the fabric. The programme is broken down into a bar of uses and a field of vertical representation. On this field the uses of each building are distributed until 100% of the built surface is completed. Based on the chosen projects, the possibility to integrate very different uses in one building has been observed. The tendency of planners to avoid mixing uses in favour of segregation is contested by this collection of projects where variety and intensity of uses, both public and private, in a unique development.


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ground floor

site plan first floor


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communal living CO-HABITATE

This studio project is to design spaces that are high in spatial, sensory and adaptive quality yet extremely compact, compact spaciousness.Challenge is to move away from known solution on all level of scale and re-invent how it is we inhabit architecture. Created mass units stacking over and other create interesting open spaces for personal unit’s open spaces on top of other unit below. Allocation of the programme with sperated in 3 sections providing private, semi-private and public areas. With different type of client like old, young, family type and public user, therefore common areas with high social activity is very important. By applying an open public green roof with direct axis circulation


small factory

residential

residential

riverside residential

Communal park

SITE CONTEXT

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


ROOF DESIGN DEVELOPMENT


CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES

CONCEPTUAL SKETCH


first floor gym public toilet Residential units

ground Floor restaurant bistro bar visiter rooms Residential units

Lower ground floor open office workshop laundry meeting rooming

4th Floor rESIDENTIAL UNITS

3rd floor rESIDENTIAL uNITS

second floor public realm green roof residential units


TYPICAL UNITS

green roof top

5th floor rESIDENTIAL UNITS


EAST WEST SECTION

EAST ELEVATION

NORTH SOUTH SECTION


NORTH ELEVATION


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HYDRO COOLING FACADE FACADE DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE

This Project provides is to knowledge of faรงade technology and adaptive architecture. The project will be introduced to a biomimicry approach to the design of responsive building facades. From the Biomimicy studies the project explore nature systematically, find biomimicry concepts and transfer these methods and strategies to create and design a highly responsive faรงade. Detailing, construction and installation of the building envelope will then be introduced to support the development of their concept design to a detailed study of the building skin. This project will not just provide an overview to the complexity of faรงade design and engineering to achieve an adaptive, energy efficient building but also guide students to develop new cutting edge facade concepts using a nature inspired design approach.


shade screen

louvers

Air Panel

BREATHABLE FACADE skin form

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air panel

1. Movable Overlapping Sreens allow daylight control and increase volumn of natural ventilation purposes 2. Movable glass louvers provide fixibility on ventilation and daylight control 3. Air Panel (bottom) contain released heat air from interior. Air Panel react as radiator are used for cooling internal air.

thick form elevation

section

4. Pipe are attached at the bottom of air panel. Cold water / Havested rain water pumped through the pipes then to ‘radiator’ Air Panel. Therefore it provide not just an insulator as well as a cooling system


high altitude open screen

high altitude close screen

low altitude open screen

low altitude close screen


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vISIONARY HOUSING HOUSE OF TOMORROW

This project is done through a serveral research and understanding the strategic of designing a house. Started with understanding the neeeds through out the years from 1950 to the present house hold status. The Result shown that 2/3 of the australian house hold do not fully utilized the function of their home spaces in is inefficient in use of space. Robin Boyd’s theories worked as guide to quality small home spaces, and Peter Zumthor’s Sense of Architecture was the appourch to reach the conceptual idea of this project.


left

front door entrance

opennings

Inner storage

enclose storage

expose storage

slide up window

right

back


CUBE TRACK

FLEXIBLE LAYOUT | PUBLIC VS PRIVATE


FUNCTIONAL WALL

CUBE + WALL = PRIVATE SPACE(S)


east - west site section


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image editing ADDITIONAL CONTENT


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3d rendering ADDITIONAL CONTENT


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digital art

ADDITIONAL CONTENT


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prefab residential DAVID LUCK ARCHITECTURE

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Second Floor

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prefab residential DAVID LUCK ARCHITECTURE


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Ax4 Apartment

MOULL MURRAY ARCHITECTS


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BAYCORNER OFFICE MOULL MURRAY ARCHITECTS

MOULL MURRAY ARCHITECTS


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TULIPGREEN

MOULL MURRAY ARCHITECTS

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