Page 1

10 58MC murcut t maste r class - application daniel marshall cv / portfolio A selection of works, from the early to the recent. Awards & publications listed alongside projects. Related interests included.

projects 1999 - villa bathroom 2000 - piha bach 2003 - church bay house 2005 - corinth st 2007 - waikopua 2010 - korora unbuilt - wilde house & bukit bali personal interests - travel & artwork

daniel marshall architect +64 9 3543587 marshall-architect.co.nz daniel@marshall-architect.co.nz


villa alteration

19 9 9

Precondition: …black sand, relentless ocean, jagged basalt and a sky that dances be-

maintaining a dialogue with the language of the villa… Kitchen: a limited palette and pro-

Regeneration: the concept was to anchor a modernist pavillion upon the existing concrete

nounced rebates create a spacial play whereby the cabinetry appears to hover within the surrounding enclosure.

+64 9 3543587 marshall-architect.co.nz daniel@marshall-architect.co.nz

2000

Bathroom: functional nodes were placed within an historical pre-condition, almost as

found objects. the aesthetic was consistent with subsequent stages of alteration whilst

daniel marshall architect

piha bach

tween fiery white and violent seething black. fire destroyed most of the original bach…

block ‘template’, but rotated on its axis 90 degrees so that the living areas project out seaward, poised over the dunes.

Award

2001 Commendation Kitchen of the Year

Award

2001 NZIA Auckland Branch Award Finalist

Published

1999 Kitchens & Bathrooms, pg.73

Published

2000 Architecture New Zealand, May/Jun, pg.92-96

1999 NZ Kitchens & Bathrooms Awards, May/June, pg.20

2000 Interstices 5 (University of Auckland), pg.124-127


church bay

2002

The design of this Waiheke house was based around 3 distinct courtyard areas which provide protection from the predominant winds and provide zones for contemplation and

socialising. Views were an important consideration as the site is adjacent to a vineyard and looks down towards 3 bays.

daniel marshall architect +64 9 3543587 marshall-architect.co.nz daniel@marshall-architect.co.nz

Award

2005 NZIA Auckland Branch Award

Published

2005 Home & Entertaining, Apr/May, pg.86-92

2004 Progressive Building, Feb/March, pg.39

2006 Architecture New Zealand, Mar/Apr, pg.33


corinth st

2005

This addition to a classic modernist 1960’s house by Vlad Cacala sought to leave the original intact while fulfilling the changing needs of the owners. The design was conceived as a separate form touched down next to the original house with a section of the original conceptually recreated within the addition.

daniel marshall architect +64 9 3543587 marshall-architect.co.nz daniel@marshall-architect.co.nz

Award

2007 NZIA National Award

2006 NZIA Auckland Branch Award

Published

2006 Urbis Issue 34, p132

2007 Architecture New Zealand 3, pg.69

2007 Architecture New Zealand 2, pg.28-29

2009 Habitus 03, colour & light; a house recrafted, cvr & pg99-108


waikopua

2007

A stand of Nikau, an idyllic private bay and a building platform defined by ridges either side set the architectural program of the design of this family beach house. The concept evolved from the idea of a family group camping, creating space between the functional nodes. This was particularly important in allowing space for the boats and water to move through the valley to the bay below. This space was utilised to give physical separation to the guest house. It was important to activate the spaces around the house giving a progression to enjoy. From the lawn overlooking the sea soaking up the morning light, to the private courtyard, framed by the Nikau grove, catching the last rays in the evening whilst enjoying the out- door fire.

daniel marshall architect +64 9 3543587 marshall-architect.co.nz daniel@marshall-architect.co.nz


korora

2006

A ridge stretching between the Hauraki Gulf and the pastoral landscape of Waiheke Island provided a stunning, and challenging, context in which to design a home. Our approach was to work within the contour of the ridge, as an attempt to minimise the impact on the

landscape. The plan form of the house is spaced between two courtyards, which are bridged by a gabled roof stretched across the long axis. The courtyards provide the op-

portunity to shelter from either of the two dominant winds.The materiality of the house

draws on two architectural conditions of Waiheke, the masonry forms were inspired by the gun emplacements of Stoney Batter. The use of cedar and plywood reflect precarious weekenders of the island’s past.

daniel marshall architect +64 9 3543587 marshall-architect.co.nz daniel@marshall-architect.co.nz


unbuilt

interests

Wilde House - additions to a piece on New Zealand heritage.

Photographs taken on my recent visit to Brazil, later published alongside a self written article in Architecture NZ.

Bukit - clif top home in Bukit, Bali.

One of my artworks.

ACROSS THE BOARD 4.2009

01

03

04

02

05

06

01 short caption short caption short caption short 02 short caption short caption short caption short 03 short caption short caption short caption short 04 short caption short caption short caption short 05 short caption short caption short caption short 06 short caption short caption short caption short

CONCRETE UTOPIA

pavilions to the Auditorium, completed in 2005. As

a space for people to perambulate. On weekends

can be understood as an interaction between two

“fifty years of progress in five”. So, by necessity

so the tactic was often successful. This time I was

Since I was an architectural student, the images

it turns out, the Niemeyer structures I had come to

the walkway is full of people.

forces: the modernist discourse and the Brazilian

the detailing was simplistic but insitu concrete

stopped by a guide, who spoke perfect English, a

and virtuoso freeform planning of Oscar Niemeyer

Brazil to experience were not at their best either.

In Ibirapuera Park I saw my first Niemeyer dome,

milieu (see David Underwood, Oscar Niemeyer

construction and inexpensive labour allowed

beautiful, intelligent girl classically Brazilian – part

have captured my imagination and I was

The passage of time had spooled the concrete and

the Lucas Nogueira Garcez Pavilion (1954). I was

and the Architecture of Brazil, Rizzoli, 1994). The

freeform and highly engineered solutions.

black, part Indeo, part white. She took pity on me

determined to one day go to Brazil.

revealed the rudimentary qualities of the detailing.

always a little sceptical about the domes, but there

Ministry of Education and Health building (1945)

Architecture operates on multiple levels, it exists

and gave me a private tour of the Congress and

Earlier this year, I landed in Sao Paulo in the

However, I was interested in the spatial qualities of

is a cultural precedent in Brazil: the oca (or ‘hut’),

in Rio, a collaboration between Lúcio Costa, Le

in various densities, and I think once I understood

Senate, through the meeting rooms and into the

early evening on a Sunday. I was over-awed by the

the linking walkway in Ibirapuera Park. In a movie

a traditional Indian structure covered in leaves. I

Corbusier and a young Niemeyer, represents an

the context both geopolitically and topographically,

administration block. As she came across people

scale of the city, and the mass of humanity. The

Niemeyer was interviewed walking through the

ate lunch at the Kilo restaurant, a buffet where they

amazing turning point in world architecture.

Niemeyer’s work became overwhelmingly beautiful

in the corridors, senators and cleaners, they talked

density created a tactile feeling of excitement. My

space – he could have been in a carpark, and the

weigh the food, in the centre of the walkway.

for what it is. His buildings are symbols, marquettes

and laughed and joked, and she showed me that

first night in Brazil ended at dawn outside a club

low concrete roof looked oppressive. But it isn’t:

It was in Niteroi, across the harbour from Rio,

designs were sketched out in hotel rooms on

for a future utopia.

these cleaners had taken vacuuming to an art form

called Heaven, samba drums echoing in my head.

the structural gymnastics eliminate most columns

that I suddenly understood Niemeyer’s work: the

the nights before presentations. This approach

On my last day in Brazil I visited Niemeyer’s

– in the Senate dome the form of the Brazilian flag

Later that day, somewhat the worse for wear,

and the curvilinear forms and tapered structure

angle of the Contemporary Art Museum ‘flying

precludes a thorough analytical approach to

National Congress building in Brasilia. My approach

has been vacuumed into the pile of the carpet.

I walked to Ibirapuera Park. There, the work by

lend a lightness to the edges that absorb the

saucer’ (1996) exactly complements the angle

program and relies heavily on the virtuosity of the

to entering buildings was to use my lack of

I waved goodbye and wandered back up the

Niemeyer – a collection of pavilions connected

fecund green surroundings. It felt good to walk

of Sugar Loaf mountain. It is an architecture that

architect. Everything was always in a rush, the

Portuguese as a weapon, and to charge as far into

monumental axis, thinking that maybe Utopia

by a freeform pedestrian walkway within the park

along there. The low roof provides vital shade

closely references the forms of the Rio landscape

Sambadomo took four months to construct and

a building as I could before someone physically

wasn’t so unattainable.

he designed – spanned 50 years from the first

and keeps the tropical rainfalls at bay, providing

but is inherently other-worldly. Niemeyer’s work

the mantra for the development of Brasilia was

stopped me. Usually no one could speak English,

Daniel Marshall

d a n i e l m a r s h a l l a r c h i t30e carchitecturenz t 4.2009 +64 9 3543587 marshall-architect.co.nz daniel@marshall-architect.co.nz

Niemeyer has repeatedly recalled how various

4.2009 architecturenz

31

1058MC portfolio  

1058MC portfolio

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you