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“Architecture is most appealing with simple lines and clear ideas. A city, on the other hand, becomes alive when it is rich with experiences and surprises. So the paradoxical challenge is to simultaneously create simplicity and variety, diversity and coherence. In other words, to create a city in the building� - Bjarke Ingels - BIG


CONTENTS

MASTERS DESIGN PROJECT

CENTRE FOR BIOMED. SCIENCES

TECHNOLOGY PROJECT

REVIT DOCUMENTATION

PROJECT SNAPSHOT

HIGH DENSITY DWELLING

PROFESSIONAL WORK

PJ16 HOUSE


QUT

CENTRE FOR BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

A combined teaching and laboratory building which enhances students’ learning through integrated social study space and mixed use.

Victoria Park [ REIMAGINED ] Victoria Park Golf Course is one of the few remaining golf courses close to the centre of an Australian capital city. While it is a public course and a valuable community asset, it has been compromised by the recently completed bus way with two bus stations within it. In a city in need of urban consolidation with more than 140,000 new dwellings required by 2031, perhaps it is time to review the future of the golf course. This project plans to re-imagine Victoria Park as a new urban parkland and place that makes an urban connection from the QUT to the hospital. This new urban precinct will be medium to high-density transit oriented development that capitalises on the two bus way stations, the proximity of the university and hospital. The precinct will frame/define/interact with a new major urban park for the city.


NORTH


PROJECT SITE

Victoria Park, Brisbane, Queensland

Urban & Green Connections

Primary Motor Traffic

Pedestrian Movement

Functional Relationships


Shared circulation and social space linking the conference centre and teaching spaces allow for increased interaction between students and industry professionals.

SPATIAL PLANNING Storage Lab Office Controlled access to ensure security for laboratory facilities.

Social Space

Lab Support

Informal Presentation Space

PC1 Laboratory

Lobby Laboratory

Formal Presentation Space

Conference Central Circulation Atrium

Social Space

Teaching

Lecture Rooms Tutorial Rooms

Demonstration Space

Cafe Public

Library

Atrium Garden

Faculty Centre

Cafe Social Space

Lounges

Book Store

Outdoor c/yard

THE ATRIUM CREATING A SOCIAL NEIGHBOURHOOD OF CHANCE ENCOUNTERS, INFORMAL LEARNING, CONTEMPLATIVE STUDY AND ACTIVE COLLABORATION.


BUILDING PROGRAM

Laboratories The ‘CBS’ features PC1 labs only due to its proximity to the adjacent residential and commercial buildings. The lab spaces are designed to conform to AS 2982 and provide a rich learning environment for students.

Classrooms & Library The ‘CBS’ provides a range of classroom sizes from small tutorial spaces to 50 people capacity theatres. The layout of these rooms provide numerous opportunities for social breakout space in between them. The library is effectively equiped with computer labs, group study rooms and individual quiet areas

Conference Centre The ‘CBS’ Conference Centre has been designed to allow students and industry professionals greater opportunity to interact. The centre features a primary function room and 2 display/ presentation rooms. It is designed such that there is a constant visual connection to the public and student spaces, thus furthering strengthening the link between the students and their industry.


The central atrium unifies the functions of the CBS by generating an interconnected hub of sociability, exchange, interaction and belonging. It creates a flexible and dynamic environment which is a refreshing escape from the rigid study spaces of the classrooms, encouraging collaborative and informal learning. It is a gesture which expresses the fundamental ideaology of university learning by creating an immersive environment of thinking, innovation and discussion.

Hand Drawn Sectional Perspective


Classroom

Classroom

tutorial/ collaboration room Lecture Room 50 ppl

Lecture Room 50 ppl

Classroom

Male Bathroom

Female Bathroom

Corridor

Classroom

Riser

Classroom

Lift Lobby

Classroom

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The central circulation strategy is one of the key principles which drove the design. The aim was to create a single vertical circulation space, with both vertical and horizontal connections. The various functions of the building are unified through this central circulation atrium, creating the opportunity for students and professionals of different year levels and study majors to meet and interact.

Level 3 Floor Plan


SHADING The sun shading system is inspired by the molecular structure of a blood cell wall. the basic form and shape has been abstracted and repeated to create a striking shading system. The device is to be made from steel with a blue finish, to enhance the street appeal.

Facade Section

Sun-lighting Study Diagram


SITE SECTION

public realm

learning space

conference

informal learning & social

public courtyard social space

adjacent student residential


PERSPECTIVES


PHYSICAL MODEL


TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION REVIT

This project required students to complete three primary components: 1. Produce a DA 2. Produce a BA 3. Draft construcion drawings. These required a thorough understanding of the CityPlan2000, The NCC and the BCA. My project was a theatre building located

in Woolloongabba, which I had designed in my 2nd year of study. The following pages are a small selection of the technical drawings that were produced throughout the three components of the project. All drawings were required to satisfy sections A-E of the NCC. All documentation is done by me using Revit.


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ZAHEER ESAT

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ZAHEER

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Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

650

7325 2050

3350

1951

3200

CTF2

Fire Extinguisher

5

10 RCF

Wkshop STORE

Cleaners STORE

SCENE DOCK PCF

1560

FUNCTION ROOM/ REHEARSAL ROOM

1

3600

6000

6000

6000

6000

1276

7

Date Drawn by

RCF

FIRE ESCAPE

PLANT ROOM CARPARK RAMP

RCW

56

11

23 1

DOWNPIPE

4240 2000

1760 2000

2240

2000

2

1760

2928

4000

1073

4015

54

UNOBSTRUCTED FIRE ESCAPE AREA

4000

DOWNPIPE

Drainage

6000 3200

500

4000 7000

ROOM

Author

1

SHOWERS

2000

2000

3000

1000

6000

3999

7325

650

2050

700

3350

3200

1951

4000

5975

1124

3600

2800

2000

6000

6000

6000

6000

1760

2

1 : 100

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

260 1255

1

'GABBA THEATRE Plans

Project number

Project Number

Date

Issue Date Author

Drawn by

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Checked by

A02 Scale

1 : 100

3000

3000 921 6020 1583 8000

4985 2500 2500

NO PARKING

995

8000

RISER

CF

THEATRE

RL 13.0

7 DN

8 STAGE

DN

1

DN

BACKSTAGE CIRCULATION

A10

10

47

PCF

2

GREEN ROOM

2240

3626

9

8

1074 1100

7851

7

10271 999

6

5 4200

14150

2000

1250 650

1235

1999 3350

2001

1113 888

1500

4500

4000

4000 16000

30000

Level 1 1 : 100

A06

1 : 100

1505 1000

1276

30000

Ground Floor

8000

2

Basement

1

RL 13.125

A14

2000 2011

14000

6

10

4000

SERVICE LIFT RCW4000

6000

RL 13.250

DOWNPIPE

1989 6000

BICYCLE RACKS

RL 13.375

SERVICE LIFT

12

4225

2300

NO PARKING

RCW

11

4000 2000

RL 13.500

48

11

B RL5.1

RL 13.625

55

DN

1 A13

3

PWD

CTF

MALE CHANGE ROOM

DOWNPIPE

2 B RL5.1

58

1500

10

25

SUBSTAGE STORAGE STAIR

PCF

FOYER RL 13.0

1 : 100

THEATRE ENTRY

DN

36 35

Scale

A08

PWD CARPARK

3200

1115

CTF

Issue DateFEMALE CHANGE

A02

6000

10000

Date

Checker

3000

RISER

3000

3000

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

OFFICE

OFFICE

SHOWERS

Checked by

8

1 A13

RL 13.875

57

1

RL 13.750

5377

670

2 CF

CF

SERVICE LIFT

28

Project Number

Project number

3000

6000

1 RCF

LOADING DOCK

CTF

SNACK BAR

Plans Description

No.

CORRIDOR

10

FIRE ESCAPE DOOR CF

DINING

'GABBA THEATRE

1703

3000

3000

7

RCF

1500 1500

6

A10

A10

1500

7120 5000

Project Address Enter address here

2300

PWD

UP CF

1

RISER

295

30000 3000

1124

500

RL 14.0

FOYER

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

11000 6000

2188

4000

4000

12193

Hydrant and FHR

3000

6627 12193 1703 670

5975

11

6000 3200

6627

11

RCF

2000

10

3270

9

700

30000

RCF

6000

A/V ROOM

TF

LIFT RCW

50

UP

27

26

RL 13.0

DOWNPIPE

Drainage

10000

4000

2800

Ground Floor 2 1 : 100 4

54

UNOBSTRUCTED FIRE ESCAPE AREA

RL 14.0

24

LIFT MOTOR

8

1

CARPARK RAMP

23

LIFT

Date

CF

1 THEATRE ENTRY A12

RISER

3999

3000

5000

11000

CTF2

1000 KITCHEN

Description

TO 2ND LEVEL

1

1500

3000

Project Address Enter address here

Consultant Address Address Phone No. Fax e-mail

DOWNPIPE

A07

1500

2000

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

4943

2000

4015

4000

A12

2300

2000

4000

1073

RCF

PLANT ROOM

RCW

MECHANICAL STORE AND WASTE

UP

A10

7

FIRE ESCAPE

RCW

BALCONY

30000

2928

4032

3113

1760

2000

3 PCF

30000

2240

2000

7

FUNCTION ROOM/ REHEARSAL ROOM

6000

RISER

1760

2

6 3

4000

4000 STORE

3000

6000

1

6000

49 UP

5000

4000 700

5250

2350 6000

30000 3113

380 1703

888

754 3000

1703 1560

2000

850

OFFICE

OFFICE

56

2000

Fire Extinguisher

2

CF

CF

SERVICE LIFT

DOWNPIPE

LAUNDRY

1703

11

RCF

4 RCF

5

2

1

5000

2050

CTF

6000

1

WORKSHOP

Cleaners STORE

SERVICE COUNTER

RCF

SCENE DOCK

8000

Fire Escape Door

10 RCF

Wkshop STORE

850

2000

CTF2

LAUNDRY

9

8

BOX OFFICE COUNTER

A13

1703

6000

3000

8

RCF

WORKSHOP

52

6

2

6 3

E A05

1

3000

13

RCF

49 UP

12

A09

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

CTF2

KITCHEN

BOX OFFICE COUNTER

1

1

11

1

C

14000

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

1830

1295 2000

2000

CTF2

CTF2

A13

4240

22

8000

22 TF

TENURE Fire Escape Door

CORRIDOR

RCW

6000

3

A08

13

21

3000

2350

21

19

51

RCF

3000 14000

754

888

7

6000

RAMP TO GROUND LEVEL

19

8

CTF

RL 7.0

LOADING DOCK

380

1 : 100

3113

1

Basement

6000

30000

6

3000

1000 1550

6000

1200 RCW4000

6000

1

CTF

FOYER

CTF

FOYER

10

STORE

RISER

700

5250

295

SERVICE LIFT

20

A06

A10

3000

3000 4950

2500 3200

MALE BATHROOM

12

18

Hydrant and FHR

NO PARKING

2500

6000

995

8000

12

8

1

RL 7.0

BICYCLE RACKS

RCW

7

UP

CTF2

18

PARENTS ROOM

A06

TACTILE INDICATORS

FEMALE BATHROOM

NO PARKING

PARENTS ROOM

2050

1583

2000

2000 8000

4985

1000

16 17

2

DN

RISER

1550

3

TF RL5.1

BASEMENT ACCESS STAIR

DOWNPIPE

SERVICE COUNTER

20

ICW

B

LIFT

RL5.1

UP TACTILE INDICATORS

FEMALE BATHROOM

1

A07

4950

14000

1 MAIN ENTRY A12

TF

STAIR TO LEVEL 1

2 52

DN

CTF2

6

15 B

BASEMENT ACCESS STAIR

RISER CTF2

MALE BATHROOM

1

TENURE

51

1M SETBACK LIMIT

TF

LIFT

16 17

112 / 1000

4000

Service and Display Store Below Stair

15

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7000

3000

3000

1295

930 770 921 6020

4000

4000

PWD CARPARK

CTF2

2

14

3

1 A08

TF

ICW

2 57

RISERGCW

A13

2

1200

14000

1

1 MAIN ENTRY A12

TF

STAIR TO LEVEL 1

A

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

1 A08

Service and Display Store Below Stair

A12

TF

LIFT RCW

4000

1 A08

3000

4000

A07

A09

1

UP

50

1

14

I

1

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

RCW

DOWNPIPE

GCW

1

4000

A07

SS

1

1

1

RCW

MECHANICAL STORE AND WASTE

1M SETBACK LIMIT

930 770

RCW

G

A09

2885

A09 SS

4032

E 2

800 1200

1

LOGAN ROAD 14000

RCW

12

A05

3925

LOGAN ROAD

C

0

1 A09

A

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

1500

I

1500

G

1100 400 1500

E

1057

12

3000

I

C

1813

G

A

880

E

1000 1120 880

12

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700

G

700

C

2

2300

E A05

2023

12

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

3888

AC

A

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Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

2500

I

LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN

4500

1500

11

8000


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1

2

3

6

7

8

10

1

1

A08

A10

1

2

ZAHEER ESAT

11

3

6

7

Fly Tower Top

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18000

10

ZAHEER ESAT

11

RC RC GCW

12300

SS 1 1

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Level 2 Level 1 Ceiling 10000 9550

A08

A12

7000 Level 1 Ground level ceiling B 6000 5550

Balcony Seating

FLY TOWER

Fly Tower Top 18000

Scene Hoist Rig

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Ground Floor 0

Prefabricated Steel Shading Fin

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

5000

Tracklight Steel Joist Steel Arm Fastening

A10

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

substage level Ground level ceiling A 4000 3550

3 Degree Sloped Roof

1

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Level 1 upper

1 300

Elevation 1 - a

800

876

1000

1 : 100

Project Address Enter address here

2

700

8450

A11

1

A11

G

E

12

C

A

2300

I

No. 1

Description

Date

TERRACE

FOYER

A07

Glass Panel Handrail

450

RC 1 A09

SHADING FINS

3975

FOYER

STAGE

450

1000

13000

12300

2000

1550

Level 1 upper

Level 2 10000 Level 1 Ceiling 9550

7000

'GABBA SUBSTAGE STORAGE THEATRE

7000 Level 1 Ground level ceiling B 6000 5550

450

substage level Ground level ceiling A 4000 3550

0

CAFE

-2600

FOYER

Date

4000 Ground level ceiling A 3550

3 A11

Issue Date Zaheer

Drawn by

Ground Floor

Checker

Checked by

0

A05

Elevation 2 - a 1 : 100

Description

Project Number

Project number

FUNCTION/REHEARSAL ROOM Date

Basement

Double Flush Door Mark 14

No.

substage level

Elevations

Ground Floor

RC

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

6000 Ground level ceiling B

57mm Gypsum Plaster board Floating Ceiling 3875

12300

5550

2 A14

3550

13000 Level 2 ceiling

Level 1

Level 2 Level 1 Ceiling 10000 9550

1

Concrete Column

2600

3 A14

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Level 1 upper

GREEN ROOM

A13

2

Roof level

Project Address Enter address here

PERFORMANCE AREA

Roof level

LOGAN ROAD

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Timber Finished Stage

13000 Level 2 ceiling

Timber framed 4 panel sliding door glass panel

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

18000

A15

GCW

2550

Fly Tower Top

1

SS

Type B Stair

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

DOWNRAMP Scale

1 : 100

BASEMENT CARPARK

Basement -2600

2640

'GABBA THEATRE

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

Section 1

1 A14

4339

800

876

4000

23000

2808

500

6288

475

6525

475

7525

475

4525

475

2338

475

1075

5688

1075

5870

1130

6897

1103

3925

1119

1694

1075

Project number

Project Number

Date

1100

1

6000

1388

Issue Date Zaheer

Drawn by

Checker

Checked by

Section 1 1 : 50

A07

SECTION 1 Scale

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

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Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Roof level 13000 Level 2 ceiling

1 : 50


47

void

void

void A Level 1

Selt Tapping Nail Fixings

6000

450

Acoustic Insulation (refer to Acoustic Specifications)

2000 250

Ground level ceiling B

2000

813

937

250

813

937

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODU 650

5550 1335 1665

Steel Raised Access Pedastel Type A

CTF

CTF

870

3000

Steel Raised Access Pedastel Type B

685

Steel Raised Access Pedastel Type C

795

10

0

277V Incandescent Light Fitting

1000

1000

1000

1000

Raised Floor Theatre Detail 1 Seating 1 : 10 5

Level 2 WC Detail Plans 1 : 50

A Concrete Structural Column 10mm Gypsum Plasterboard

1

CSR Wall Insulation Waterproof Membrane

1 A08

300mm Concrete Block Wall

2000

20mm Mortar and Steel Rebar Min 50mm Compacted Gravel

813

2000 1187

1350

650

1250

RCW 3000

225

2000

Basement Interior

20mm Mortar Seal

AREA FOR TOILET PAPER Flashing DISPENSER

FD

Basement -2600

50mm Bitumen Floor Finish Reinforced Concrete Slab

Slab edge

Waterproof Membrane

1495

Insulation

HEIGHT OF PAN

Concrete Piling

Wall Urinal

Min 50mm Sand

150mm PVC Drainage Pipe

240

300

640

Min 100mm Compacted Gravel

STANDARD WC PROJECTION

2

Ambulant Toilet Elevation

2000 MIN REQUIRED DISTANCE 1120

Male

Window Sliding Gl

Steel Sliding Window Sill (Stegba

980

450

20mm Wa FD

3mm Z Sill fi

450

47mm x 385mm

450

813

1187

1350

650

1220

CSR Wall

Timbe

Polished Concrete Fl

2000

2000

Conc

S

Concrete Footing

1 : 20

6

Ground WC Detail Plans 1 : 50

UBP Steel Beam (refer to enginee 57mm Gyprock

Basement Slab and Footing 1 Detail 1 : 10

BASEMENT FLOOR DETAIL

2

Level 1 Windo 1:5

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PWD DETAIL PLAN PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

4

WC Detail Plan

700

FD

1 : 10 1255

795

795

700

SANITARY DISPOSAL UNIT

Female

Parents Room

HAND RAIL

BENCH

1250

145. 00째 Waterproof Adhesive Seal HANDRAIL

1250

EXCLUSION ZONE

1 : 10

1250

EXCLUSION LINE

3

5250

1555

1400

ENTRY CLEARANCE

3000

FD

1031

549

MIN REQUIRED DISTANCE 190

LIGHT SWITCH

425

220

864

BASIN

ENTRY

755

FD

Terrace Roof Detail

470

650

300

5750

450

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

350

660

Bench

MIN REQUIRED DISTANCE 610

1250

APPROACH


[ PROJECT SNAPSHOT ]

VERTICAL SUBURB

Bowen Hills, Brisbane 3rd Year Project


This project was undertaken in my 3rd year of study. It required students to propose a residential building design in the RNA Showgrounds precinct of Bowen Hills. The brief required a minimum of 80 dwellings with sustainable design principles as a key priority. The primary deisng intent was to create a ‘house and yard’ typology which is typically enjoyed in a suburban lifestlye, and integrate it into a high density typology. Each level features 4 spacious apartment units, individual highrise gardens and ample natural lighting and ventilation. The rotation and orientation of each apartment has been carefully designed to maximise sunlight, views and space.

TYPICAL FLOOR PLATE

THE VERTICAL SUBURB: COMBINING HIGH DENSITY WITH THE HOUSE AND YARD TYPOLOGY


Pj16 House Ikhwan Johari Architects

Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia January 2013

During my time working in Malaysia, I was given a lead design role for the PJ 16 House in Kuala Lumpur. The project was a residential design for a high profile Malay busienssman. My duties primarily focused on design development and client liason, with the later stages including preparing presentation images and project documentation using Revit. The house reflects both the client ‘s eccentric nature and his love for the tropical Balinese aesthetic. This project gave me vital experience in highly refined design resolution, precision drawing, client dialogue and working in a professional environment. All of the following images are my own work.


KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia


A key design challenge was to site the house such that it maximised the views whilst working around the constraints of the steep sloping site. As well as this, the tropical climate requires a balance which maximises natural light and ventilation whilst not over exposing the interior to the harsh sun. The PJ16 house addresses all of these issues by including numerous large windows on the southern face, aligning the living spaces to this aspect and the careful location of the house on the slope of the site.


The house is designed around a central hall which allows for views of the valley upon entry. It is then splits into 2 wings. The guest bedroom and master bedroom are located in the western wing, with the kitchen, living spaces and additional rooms all located on the eastern wing. The lower ground floor holds a prayer room, a gym, an outdoor area viewing terrace and infinity pool.


PORTFOLIO OF ARCHITECTURAL WORK BY

ZAHEER

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE BACHELOR OF DESIGN (ARCH)

ESAT QUT 2013 QUT 2011


CONTACT zaheer.esat@gmail.com

0433 831 286



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