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This page is Navigator Please click on Photo or Projects It will direct you to project you want 01 EATON FAIR EXTENSION 1 02 SANDRIDGE CENTRAL 5 0 3 E M M A s 2 I N 1 H O U S E B L U E M O U N T A I N 9 04 MCA EXTENSION competition 15 05 ROLAND HOUSE 19 06 OTHERS PROJECTS 25 Eaton Western Australia Bunbury Western Australia Blue Mountain NSW Circular Quay NSW GIDGEGANNUP Western Australia AS PROJECT
This page is Navigator. Please click on Photo or Projects . It will direct you to project you want     01.  EATON FAIR EXT...
E AT ON F A I R SH O P P IN G C ENTR E E XTE NS ION 01 Eaton WA June 2016 Project Manager City Gate Project Architect mcg architects Graphic 3D Architecture Nvarchi Buidling Design Nvarchi 80 Millions Project A plan to expand Eaton Fair Shopping Centre is being made available to the public by the Shire of Dardanup for a period of consultation The Eaton Fair Centre Plan provides diagram and explanation on details of the expansion Submissions to the Shire of Dardanup on the Eaton Fair Centre close on June 8 2016 This Activity Centre Plan ACP relates to the Eaton Fair Centre EFC a district centre in the Greater Bunbury region located approximately 7km northeast of the Bunbury city centre The ACP provides for the extension of the Eaton Fair Shopping Centre to the north and east of the existing Shopping Centre to facilitate the expansion of commercial activities This EFC supersedes the Eaton Town Centre Structure Plan and includes amendments to the Shire of Dardanup Town Planning Scheme No 3 to implement the Plan Software Revit Autocad Sketchup 3D SMax Photoshop Illustrator Drone pilot video recording and survey 1 CONTENTS
E AT ON F A I R SH O P P IN G C ENTR E E XTE NS ION  01  Eaton WA   June 2016 Project Manager   City Gate Project Architec...
Ar chitectur e pr oject TASKS 1 Working on master planing a long the side with mcg Architects under Project Manager Micheal Prosser City Gate Provide proposed master plan to Shire and public 2 Designed initial concept idea of several buildings in the project Offices Multi residential stadium show rooms business commercials and town square 3 Produce 3D visualisation and 3D animation Animation link https www youtube com watch v XVDlmLabJVo PLAY STOP 2
Ar chitectur e pr oject  TASKS   1.   Working on master planing a long the side with mcg Architects under Project Manager ...
E AT ON F A I R SH O P P IN G C ENTR E E XTE NS ION N HA DS E NU E AV LOADING mcg Architects 0 5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Project Strategies a To create an active focus for the community with a diversity of land c Encourage high standards of Main Street streetscape urban uses which generate both day and evening activity and promote and design and built form contribute to the achievement of a vibrant and diverse Town Centre d Provide efficient vehicle access and circulation with pedestrian which achieves economic social and environmental sustainability focus and priority b To allow appropriate businesses to locate and develop in close proximity to the established Eaton urban area for the convenience of e Encourage development with a high level of passive surveillance of public and private spaces in accordance with crime prevention its residents through environmental design principles 3 f A legible and interconnected network of publicly accessible internal streets being provided to maximise permeability throughout the Eaton Fair and provide functional public transport outcomes at grade with the street g Development designed to be accessible for residents employees and visitors of all ability levels CONTENTS
E AT ON F A I R SH O P P IN G C ENTR E E XTE NS ION N HA DS E NU  E AV LOADING  mcg Architects  0  5 10  20  30  40  50  6...
Ar chitectur e pr oject h All areas of the Eaton Fair will be seamlessly connected to the surrounding urban area by a safe and convenient pedestrian and cycle network i Development to address and activate the public realm to create a safe and comfortable environment that encourages social interaction and passive surveillance j The Eaton Fair will provide for an inclusive healthy and engaged community with a high level of access to social infrastructure and community services and facilities k The Eaton Fair will deliver infrastructure and essential services in a timely manner to support the future population and meet community needs l Residential development is encouraged in the Eaton Fair 4
Ar chitectur e pr oject h  All areas of the Eaton Fair will be seamlessly connected to the surrounding urban area by a saf...
San dr idg e C e n t r a l 02 East Bunbury WA Feb 2016 Project Manager City Gate Project Architect mcg architects Graphic 3D Architecture Nvarchi Buidling Design Nvarchi millions Project At a meeting in March 2015 Bunbury City Council gave in principle approval to rezone the land to allow for commercial developments but this is still subject to final approval Sandridge shopping central is a plan for a small shopping centre and townhouses on a block in East Bunbury A subsidiary of Citygate Properties owns a 9615sq m block on the corner of Sandridge and Picton roads that has been earmarked for development for several years There will be a supermarket and retails centre would be built as well as six doublestorey apartments and a big carpark Software Autocad Sketchup 3D SMax Photoshop Illustrator 5 CONTENTS
San dr idg e C e n t r a l  02  East Bunbury WA   Feb 2016 Project Manager   City Gate Project Architect   mcg architects ...
Ar chitectur e pr oject ZONING SITE AREA 9614sqm COMMERCIAL 7997sqm RESIDENTIAL 1617sqm COMMERCIAL AREA PLOT RATIO 0 31 INDICATED ON PLAN SITE COVERAGE 31 2445sqm PARKING PROVIDED 124 BAYS LANDSCAPING 8 66 693sqm RETAIL 2 RETAIL 1 RESIDENTIAL AREA PARKING PROVIDED 17 B 6
Ar chitectur e pr oject  ZONING SITE AREA     9614sqm COMMERCIAL  7997sqm RESIDENTIAL    1617sqm COMMERCIAL AREA PLOT RATI...
San dr idg e C e n t r a l Software Autocad Sketchup 3D SMax Photoshop RD DUNCAN WAY SAN DRID COMMERCIAL 2 PICT 7 ON R OAD CONTENTS BUN GE R OA NIN D COMMERCIAL 1 G B OUL EVA ALDI
San dr idg e C e n t r a l Software   - Autocad - Sketchup - 3D SMax - Photoshop  RD  DUNCAN WAY  SAN  DRID  COMMERCIAL 2 ...
TASKS COMMERCIAL AREA PLOT RATIO 0 31 INDICATED ON PLAN SITE COVERAGE 31 2445sqm PARKING PROVIDED 124 BAYS LANDSCAPING 8 66 693sqm 1 Working on master planing under Project Manager Micheal Prosser City Gate Provide proposed master plan to Shire and RESIDENTIAL public AREA PARKING PROVIDED 17 BAYS 2 Designed initial concept idea of shopping and Multi residential building 3 Produce 3D visualisation and 3D animation Ar chitectur e pr oject SITE PLAN 1 1000 A3 8
TASKS   COMMERCIAL AREA PLOT RATIO  0.31 INDICATED ON PLAN SITE COVERAGE  31   2445sqm  PARKING PROVIDED  124 BAYS LANDSCA...
E MMA s 2 I N 1 H O U SE B L UE MOUNTAIN 03 Blue Mountain NSW SEP 2015 Emma Zhao Client Project Architect Nvarchi Residential Project _Design for 2 families which living under one building They are detached which joints at common areas living and kitchen areas They access to other via a personal access door in their living area They are also sharing back yard Maintain their own privacy The block is on the mountain which has a spectacular view at rear and fresh air Project trategy Explore great view for main bedrooms and Common area living room Alfresco Base on Environment study and location to achieve best comfortable temperature using natural ventilation and sun Use less energy Software Revit Autocad Sketchup 3D SMax Photoshop 9 CONTENTS
E MMA    s 2 I N 1 H O U SE B L UE MOUNTAIN  03  Blue Mountain NSW   SEP 2015 Emma Zhao   Client Project Architect   Nvarc...
RESI DENTI AL PRO JECT Task Architectural designer and preparing DA 3D visualization for client VICTORIA PEG 2 living area face to rear view Vehicle access is on the fron street Rear street access will be a future development Blue is a main family with 4 bedrooms by 2 bathrooms and yellow is smaller with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms VICTORIA STREET PEG PEG STREET PEG 15438 1598 1598 103 103 0 00 31792 0 00 2830 2830 500 SHED 94 73 0 GUTTER 101 44 1 7 0 00 H PLANK HOUSE METAL ROOF AG E O 800 0 4748 VE R CR VE R 150 0 S SO 0 OS 530 00 1245 SETBACK 0O FF SE T 0 10 00 0 500 SO 380 500 0 600 OS 5498 150 10 A Y LV N IA S E TR ET VEHICLE ACCESS RO CONCRETE DRIVE WAY CONCRETE DRIVE WAY 7 47 3766 T 7 SE CR 102 06 FF 1 1 7 103 46 0O 0 CONCRETE DRIVE WAY 30090 1245 SETBACK 900 600 7 103 46 LIVING AREAS JOINING POSITION 101 35 00 1 7 8 4 3 10 8 4 2 10 WINDOW ROOF GUTTER 101 97 100 75 NE LI OF VC 34 98 8000 BRICK HOUSE TILE ROOF NO 26 8 0 00 WINDOW 100 95 100 14 15 0 R OM E ET F F F S S E W AG 2 PEAK 103 43 7 0 00 90 0 1245 OFFSET SEW 5000 900 SETBACK VC 1245 OFFSET 15 0 R OM E ET F F F S S E W AG 900 SETBACK O 800 34 96 1 AG E 6 0 00 31 1 10 34 96 SEW 5000 102 07 94 73 900 900 6 0 00 500 SHED SY LV A N IA ST RE ET 10
RESI DENTI AL PRO JECT   Task    - Architectural designer and preparing DA   -3D visualization for client     VICTORIA PEG...
E MMA s 2 I N 1 H O U SE B L UE MOUNTAIN Analyzing on terrain and block site We follow the terrain to design 2 main floor levels and one Middle level which create gaps for air circulation by different roof level Design provide a good air flow to provide not only fresh air but also release hot air in summer when it need by using louvres on top and receive winds from rear lower level Cold air is from bottom and hot air will be release to top will make air flow through the whole house Orientation study Room location will be based on its functions and uses schedule daily to get the best comfortable such as receive best sunlight and enough fresh air for their activities in each room Wet areas can absorb more sunlight and more heat good ventilation Where bedroom need enough morning sun and should avoid strong sun midday or afternoon summer Living room need more light no need to be direct sunlight but still need enough sunlight for health and saving energy BEST VIEW BEST VETILATION BEST SUNLIGHT GOOD SUNLIGHT NATURAL VENTILATION In summer sun shading is designed to minimized heat and using control louvres and windows system to maximize the ventilation In winter all rooms will maximum sunlight for the heat and avoid cold by control louvres and windows systems LESS SUNLIGHT LESS VENTILATION GOOD VIEW GOOD VELTILATION 11 CONTENTS
E MMA    s 2 I N 1 H O U SE B L UE MOUNTAIN Analyzing on terrain and block site   We follow the terrain to design 2 main f...
RESI DENTI AL PRO JECT 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 Most Warm Bathroom laundry large room common room 2 Average tem Living room kitchen activity 3 Warm afternoon bathroom laudry cinema home theatre 4 Good comfort Bedrooms 5 Less sun Garage cinema home theatre 6 Good comfort Study rooom Bedrooms 12
RESI DENTI AL PRO JECT  1  2  3  4  5  6  1. Most Warm  Bathroom,laundry, large room, common room 2. Average tem.   Living...
E MMA s 2 I N 1 H O U SE B L UE MOUNTAIN We work on Revit 3D model analysis with sun Path to study every single room Analysis heat and lighting in every room From model we adjust Sun shading windows side and louvres to get the best temperature and comfortable space in both summer and winter 13 CONTENTS
E MMA    s 2 I N 1 H O U SE B L UE MOUNTAIN We work on Revit 3D model analysis with sun Path to study every single room. A...
RESI DENTI AL PRO JECT UNDER FLOOR MOST WARM AREA WET AREA AVERAGE TEMP LARGE BEDROOM OR LIVING AREA UNDER FLOOR MOST COMFORTABLE AREA SUIT FOR BEDROOMS MOST COLD AREA CORRIDOR CINEMA OR PRIVATE AREA MOST WARM AREA WET AREA AVERAGE TEMP LARGE BEDROOM OR LIVING AREA MOST COMFORTABLE AREA SUIT FOR BEDROOMS MOST COLD AREA CORRIDOR CINEMA OR PRIVATE AREA UP LOWER FLOOR UPPER FLOOR MIDDLE FLOOR 14
RESI DENTI AL PRO JECT  UNDER FLOOR MOST WARM AREA -  WET AREA  AVERAGE TEMP-  LARGE BEDROOM OR LIVING AREA UNDER FLOOR  M...
MCA E x te nsi o n 04 The Rock NSW SEP 2011 Competition Project Architect Nvarchi Museum Of Comtemporary Art 58 million expansion and redevelopment Located in Sydney It is a collection home of over 4 000 art works by Australian Artists that have been acquired since 1989 Strategy Artwork safe environment is essential Controllable temperature and sunlight in artwork places Sustainable design is desirable such as natural ventilation thermal passive or harbour water cooling system recycle materials and recycle water Easy public access from George St to Circular quay Maintain the old MCA building 15 CONTENTS
MCA E x te nsi o n  04  The Rock , NSW   SEP 2011 Competition Project Architect   Nvarchi Museum Of Comtemporary Art  58 m...
SE OU AH CAHILL EXPRE ER OP TO ACE SYDNEY COVE N CO MPETI TI O N ARGYLE STREET VIS TA Design model in Ecotect help simulate environment control Adjust design model to correct indoor environment Analysis lighting including sunlight minimizing lighting temperature affecting to art work CIRCULAR QUAY Analysis room temperature for each artwork requirement Analysis wind flow to maximize natural ventilation control affected by surround objects GOERGE ST ON THE ROCK VISTA TO CIRCULARQUAY Environmental analysis GOERGE ST ON THE ROCK VISTA TO CIRCULARQUAY SITE SCALE 1 1000 Environtmental Control CLIMAT E S UMMAR Y 0 Louve LAT IT UDE 3 3 8 LONGIT UDE 1 5 1 2 T IME ZONE 1 0 0 hrs NAME S ydne y LOCAT ION N e w S outh W a le s A us tra lia DE S IGN S KY N ot A v a ila ble ALT IT UDE N ot A v a ila ble D A Y L T 4 so the heating and cooling systems must be high quality Windy diagrams are showing clearly direction and strengh of wind in summer from South and East north Which East north side is facing to a bay which can be received almost wind from the ocean as purpose to heat loss for building by natural ventilation And that is because wind from East North side in Winter is very low and weak W e a th e r M a n a g e r 8 12 DE GR E E HOUR S Heating Cooling and S olar 8k 10 6k I R R A D 8 6 Terrain and building surround MCA 4k S 2k C 4 0k 2 H J F M A M J J A S O N D West is the hill of The Rock with series of houses and shops that almost block the sunlight in the afternoon and the wind from this direction 0 Prevailing Winds Year 50 hrs W ind F re q ue nc y H rs T E M P 40 Gap between the form of building 251 NOR T H Location S ydney New S outh W ales Australia 33 8 151 2 T ime 00 00 24 00 345 50 km h 15 330 direction East North which side received most wind from summer Therefore natural ventilation of building will be im for building in summer 225 200 30 175 40 km h 150 315 45 125 100 30 30 km h THE ROCK 75 300 50 60
SE OU AH  CAHILL EXPRE  ER OP TO ACE  SYDNEY COVE  N  CO MPETI TI O N  ARGYLE STREET VIS TA  Design model in Ecotect help ...
MCA E x te nsi o n solid wall RW45 Protect direction sun sound outside solid wall RW45 Protect direction sun sound outside Software Autocad 3D SMax Sketchup Photoshop THE ROCK Illustrator between theST form of building GEORGE Gap between of building Ecotect 4 the form Gap Louver with remote control ENTERTAIMENT HALL Louver with remote control RESTAURANT AND CAFE TENANCY FUNCTION AREAS MCA LIBRARY MULTIMEDIA CLASS RETAIL SHOPS RETAIL SHOPS GALLERY FUNCTION AREAS ACCESSIBLE WORKSHOP ARTIST STUDIO GALLERY GALLERY between the form of building Gap between the form Gap of building Gap for natural ventilation SECTION SCALE 1 200 VISTA TO SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE Air goes through building through gaps of building form East North which side received most wind from summer which side received most wind from summer RST FLEET PARK Therefore natural will ventilation of building will be improve in summercooling then it will increasing cooling efore natural ventilation of building be improve in summer then it will increasing SECOND FLEET PARK for building in summer in summer Hollow ceiling for setup lighting and duct CDB VIEWS CDB VIEWS E FAC O TO SE OU AH PER ARGYLE STREET VIS TA GOERGE ST ON THE ROCK VISTA TO CIRCULARQUAY GOERGE ST ON THE ROCK VISTA TO CIRCULARQUAY SYDNEY COVE SITE SCALE 1 1000 CIRCULAR QUAY solid wall RW45 Protect direction sun sound outside Louver with remote control LAT IT UDE 3 3 8 LONGIT UDE 1 5 1 2 T IME ZONE 1 0 0 hrs so the heating and cooling systems must be high quality Windy diagrams are showing clearly direction and strengh of wind in summer from South and East north Which East north side is facing to a bay which can be received almost wind from the ocean Scale 1 50 Scale 1 50 as purpose to heat loss for building by natural ventilation And that is because wind from East North side in Winter is very low and weak UR S Heating Cooling and S olar N Gap between the form of building Gap between the form of building Terrain and building surround MCA J J A S O N hrs 251 NOR T H 345 50 km h 15 D West is the hill of The Rock with series of houses and shops that almost block the sunlight in the afternoon and the wind from this direction East North which side received most wind from summer Therefore natural ventilation of building will be improve in summer then it will increasing cooling for 10611198 building inNAM summer PHUONG NGUYEN 10611198 PHUONG NAM NGUYEN direction 225 200 30 175 40 km h 150 45 125 100 30 km h THE ROCK 75 50 60
MCA E x te nsi o n  solid wall RW45 Protect direction sun sound outside  solid wall RW45 Protect direction sun sound outsi...
CO MPETI TI O N RETAIL SHOPS THE ROCK RETAIL SHOPS GEORGE ST VISTA TO SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE FIRST FLEET PARK SECOND FLEET PARK CDB VIEWS E FAC CAHILL EXPRESSWAY CDB VIEWS O TO SE OU AH PER ARGYLE STREET VI STA GOERGE ST ON THE ROCK VISTA TO CIRCULARQUAY GOERGE ST ON THE ROCK VISTA TO CIRCULARQUAY CIRCULAR QUAY SYDNEY COVE N SITE SCALE 1 1000 18
CO MPETI TI O N  RETAIL SHOPS  THE ROCK  RETAIL SHOPS  GEORGE ST. VISTA TO SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE  FIRST FLEET PARK SECOND ...
R O LAN D HOU SE 05 The block is on a gentle slope terrain Looking down to a canal and green field Project trategy Sustainable design solar passive using rammed earth energy saving Impressive look with glazing and open view View to a meadow and canal Living area look to a spectacular view 19 Gidgegannup WA 2015 James Young Client Project Architect Nvarchi Residential Project Task Architectural designer Preparing DA and Buidling permit application Architectural document and Construction document 3D visualization for client Roland house for James is located on a mountain at Gidgegannup WA 40 km to East of Perth city The owner want to have a good looking house a great view down to meadow and canal at the East of block Software Revit Autocad Sketchup 3D SMax Photoshop CONTENTS
R O LAN D HOU SE  05 The block is on a gentle slope terrain. Looking down to a canal and green field. Project trategy   - ...
RESI DENTI AL PRO JECT Site analysis 20
RESI DENTI AL PRO JECT Site analysis  20
R O LAN D HOU SE Terrain analysis Design a look point to east where are a romantic view of green meadow a pond green trees and canal go pass along the side of the block It could be playground and family activity back yard 1 Afternoon warm Easy access Garage at ground level Bathroom on top level 2 Cool at G level Moderate temp Good View Cinema room Master bedroom 3 Best comfort Best view Living room Big glazing hall 4 Moderate temp Adjoint location Kitchen 5 Best comfort Adjoint location Best View Living Dining area Orientation analysis solar analysis in Revit After analysed block orientation and design strategies each rooms have been place in order to provide a best functions and comfortable uses Suitable room location does not only give a comfortable temperature and environment it also give a good adjoint in use and circulav tion This analysis was using with solar analysis in Revit to provide a design outcome for a best comfort living space 6 Modarate temp Bathrooms Laundry Bedrooms 7 Sun Shading 2m wide Varandah Reduce solar heat to give best comfort for 6 21 CONTENTS
R O LAN D HOU SE Terrain analysis Design a look point to east where are a romantic view of green meadow, a pond, green tre...
RESI DENTI AL PRO JECT REVIT SUN PATH ANNALYSIS UPPER FLOOR 4 00 PM 11 00 AM W 11 00 AM 7 13 PM DEC 5 04 AM 10 December N S 15 February E 3 4 A08 4 00 PM A08 23540 9600 350 3000 460 110 300mm RAMMED EARTH TYP 110 40 30 0 00 20 0 00 FEB A05 E 1000 592 2 1 2 212 1 A04 REV 1 A04 REV 1 0 1 2 5m 1000 300 2828 300 425 283 2833 424 2263 6000 MOVIE 300 47 0 261 2400 9435 LOUNGE 200 5885 9820 DINING 2400 83 0 50 5682 ALFRESCO A05 30 75 0 0 SD2 0 45 0 75 W 0 60 W 2 3 75 0 0 30 0 75 3 500 300 2000 SD 1500 1820 1100 110 3700 BED 2 COR 500 1100 FISH TANK 1310 110 2390 WC 5180 W 550 900 W W 23440 SD W W W 23 53 65 23 0 35 3 3 0 10 1664 10 00 00 10 BEDROOM 1 19 m W 0 60 HARD WOOD TIMBER DECK N 5 37 AM 300 1 06 85 0 10 1800 550 60 0 3 0 50 2000 40 0 O O F R 00 32 3 ALFRESCO 47 m 0 50 06 7682 STEEL STUD WALL 1 BEDROOM 2 13 m D8 LOUNGE 38 m 00 40 636 6018 ALFRESCO LIN E SD3 90 00 10 December 27 January 15 February 5180 1300 LAUNDRY 0 50 7 m 5010 300 CORRIDOR 11 m D5 D5 0 00 600 940 550 450 FISH TANK 2740 FULL GLASS DOOR FISH TANK 7 555 110 4300 DINING 6000 MOVIE 300 6398 LOUNGE 3700 3190 2190 L AL Bath Room 7 m 0 00 0 00 UP A08 D1 3844 W EX DINING 41 m 2650mm CEILING 0 10 2 0 50 1 7 83 S 3050 00 11 00 AM 1300 1 D2 AR ST W 0 00 135 11 00 AM 7 20 PM 1 0 50 WC 2 m 385 1500 500 1100 5218 A08 ER PP 4 00 PM 2 1 1600 1840 0 00 110 KITCHEN 16 m FAMILY 4100 PANTRY D4 6 m MOVIE 36 m VERANDAH 2760 930 3100 1 0 00 FAMILY 17 m U E W 1000 900 550 JAN BEDROOM 3 15 m 0 00 0 10 VERANDA 73 m SD1 550 870 0 50 1 0 50 1560 5 W 1200 5 HARD WOOD TIMBER DECK FLOOR TO AS3959 400 6110 GARAGE 54 m 2650mm CEILING 14 15 February February 110 100mm TIMBER STUD WALLS TYP INTERNAL WALLS 300 12900 W 550 10 December 5 54 AM 3700 0 10 8 N 110 3446 1300 6000 GARAGE 4200 FAMILY BEDROOM 3 D7 3240 5000 KITCHEN 300 D7 110 PANTRY 4100 BED 3 300 W 110 LAUNDRY BATH 110 WC 2000 110 2050 1000 D6 SD 2460 3560 BED 2 0 10 1600 1310 550 300 300 2000 6000 MOVIE 1880 110 2220 4400 BED 1 460 300 8420 3000 W 9000 GARAGE 300 0 10 W 1200 200 3240 300 11 00 AM S 3920 3000 2000 7 07 PM 200 ROLLER DOOR GROUND FLOOR W 11 00 AM 2500 D 820 350 1600 110 110 22
RESI DENTI AL PRO JECT                REVIT SUN PATH ANNALYSIS                UPPER FLOOR  4 00 PM                        ...
R O LAN D HOU SE Sustainable material research Rammed Earth Rammed Earth architectural techniques was dating to 5000 BC in China by 2000 BC were commonly used for walls and foundations in China and some Asia Countries Environmental effects and sustainability Rammed earth edifices are more sustainable and environmentally friendly than nowadays popular construction materials Cause of using locally available materials they generate little waste and get low embodied energy Rammed earth has low manufacturing impact it can be mixed on the amount of cement and the amount that is locally sourced to offer a strong quarried aggregates rather than clay Even though rammed earth has a low R value but doesn t mean it is low energy saving Rammed earth can provide a good overall energy efficiency of edifices With 350mm thick rammed earth wall can take 12 hours for heat to transfer through the wall Which a correct designed solar passive homes rammed earth offer a comfortable and best home environment It further reduces the flow of heat this works to keep heat inside a building in winter but also to reduce heat flow into a building in summer In addition Rammed earth construction has a low greenhouse gas emission in term of theory transportation and production of cement Equipment s and materials for rammed earth construction is reusable and recycle Insulated roof Panels Insulated roofing panels provide a weather tight cover outstanding insulation and a pre finished maintenance free ceiling It will not only keep you cool in summer and warm in winter but deliver a comfortable atmosphere wherever it is you crave a relaxed environment Double glassing It is an insulated glazing unit For solar passive design principles it use to reduce heat flow heat loss in summer and if apply correctly in design it also gains solar heat in winter The design will be annalysis solar path to maximize this material benefit 23 The ruins of a Han dynasty 202 BC AD 220 Chinese watchtower made of rammed earth in Dunhuang Province of Gansu China at the eastern end of the Silk Road Desert Courtyard House by Wendell Burnette features rammed earth walls Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Stateburg South Carolina United States erected between 1850 and 52 Double glass comparison CONTENTS
R O LAN D HOU SE Sustainable   material research  Rammed Earth Rammed- Earth architectural techniques was dating to 5000 B...
RESI DENTI AL PRO JECT 2 1 Rammed earth Insulated Roof Panels 2 1 2 4 4 2 1 Steel verandah 2 4 1 2 3 1 3 4 3 1 3 1 Double Glazing Argon gas 1 MATE R IALS DIAG R AM 24
RESI DENTI AL PRO JECT  2  1  Rammed-earth  Insulated Roof Panels  2 1  2  4  4 2  1  Steel verandah  2 4 1  2  3 1  3  4 ...
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BOTANIC GARDEN MCQUARIE OPERA Location Sydney Botanic Garden Concept idea Reflecting Sydney harbor and botanic environment and adapting to local environment which are trees water and city Organic form of building and reflective fa ade are giving another perspective of Sydney city And another Opera in organic environment Softwares 3D SMAX Sketchup Autocad Photoshop Illustrator CO MPETI TI O N PRO JECT Softwares 3D SMAX Ecotect Autocad Photoshop Illustrator Modular adaptive urban Concept design It is developed for affordable expend of polulation in major city Oversea manufacturing it is similar idea of container house but it is smoothier design nice edge curve WIND SUN PAVILLION Concept idea Transform invisible form of wind and sun into to spetacular form by annalysis wind flow and sund reflection Softwares 3D SMAX Photoshop 26
BOTANIC GARDEN MCQUARIE OPERA  Location  Sydney Botanic Garden Concept idea  Reflecting Sydney harbor and botanic environm...
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DAB Bridge Softwares Concept design The Bridge connect DAB to Main UTS building accross over Harris Street Create a new facade of the Bridge to give a high Tech design to DAB builing on top of the street Using Mel Script to create cut off and merge shade then generate wire frame structure It gives a bit of chao high tech in design but it bring a human curiosity ARCH I TECTU RE PRO JECT 3D SMAX Maya MEL Script RETAI L S NVY NAILS Location Mandurah WA Beauty Nails shop with 1 Massage room and 1 staff room Design themes Color BW Gold Idea Autumn Forest water fall and dividing glazing wall Softwares Revit Sketchup Autocad 28
DAB Bridge  Softwares  Concept design  The Bridge connect DAB to Main UTS building accross over Harris Street Create a new...
STEEL STUD FRAMING WALLS TACTILE INDICATORS TO TOP AND BOTTOM OF ALL STAIRS IN ACCORDANCE WITH AS 1428 AND THE BCA O THER PROJ EC T 37800 500 9 10 720 SELECTED ALUMINUM FRAMED ENTRY DOORS 13435 13435 4335 4165 500 90 915 300 29 RCR ENGINEER OFFICE 8 3370 STEEL FRAMED STAIRS SELECTED BALUSTRADE IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE BCA EMERGENCY LIGHTING TO AS 2299 ILLUMINATED EXIT SIGN TO AS 2293 TYPICAL A103 R1 SELECTED ALUMINUM DOORS 5800 7 1875 3000 920 355 820 1851 3245 15600 4600 2800 90 RECEPTION EXIT 2000 5800 175 175 820 90 200 1480 200 7100 90 390 14400 1450 5200 90 2500 EXIT 900 LIBRARY MALE CHANGE ROOM 3749 5150 90 4590 90 90 4330 820 90 2380 1750 90 90 3360 5870 90 3350 90 5870 5200 4000 17776 4820 4740 4 90 6 2000 4190 920 1 4750 A103 R1 2 A103 R1 3 4000 12850 90 4000 5 17424 9860 37200 300 A103 R1 4000 4 3 2 1 D 4000 90 EXIT 4000 FOYER 4000 C BOARD ROOM 4000 GLAZING INTERNAL WALL 5800 DUCT CLEANING B H NT LE MEETING E OS EH FIR UP 5800 PRINTING AREA 175 LIFT MEETING m 26 90 1390 200 KITCHEN 4470 1580 200 1100 A 1450 90 HOSE LEN TH FEMALE WC 920 90 DISABLE TOILET 5180 110 110 110 110 1900 30 5150 5150 2030 90 MALE WC 30m FIRE 3380 1800 EXIT LUNCH ROOM 90 2200 1800 90 2330 920 170 90 930 300 1260 2600 600 430 600 14190 1260 920 90 90 600 30 900 30 900 90 990 90 UP 3120 310 1530 90 1200 900 14190 1470 90 90 600 380 600 380 600 380 600 380 600 30 900 14190 90 900 2530 90 1790 2950 2050 440 950 30 30 960 950 90 30 920 90 900 30 950 30 950 330 30 2200 690 1200 1590 950 520 920 2600 90 30 100 90 720 3288 2200 1800 2100 90 90 720 230 720 1222 2820 1770 920 3020 90 7810 2030 90 30 2030 7810 5220 920 4508 90 920 300 90 843 7810 4850 100 920 CONTENTS
STEEL STUD FRAMING WALLS  TACTILE INDICATORS TO TOP AND BOTTOM OF ALL STAIRS IN ACCORDANCE WITH AS 1428 AND THE BCA  O THE...
PROPOSED 52 7 2 7 5 8 108 SHED DEVELOPMENT D ROA 84 68 LEGEND 4 48 7 14 1 4 SAMPL E WO RK 6660m N 23 22 21 19 17 18 13 TYPICAL BARRIER KERBS DETAIL 12 120 16 15 51 12 138 20 14 TYPICAL PARKING BAY ARRANGEMENTS 90 3830 90 90 870 90 870 90 870 90 870 90 SHOWER 910 1530 90 STAINLESS STEEL SINK INSET INTO LAMINEX CUPBOARDS 90 3250 9035 SELECTED VINYL FLOOR A001 Rev 3 12 12 2013 Drawn by NAM NGUYEN TERRY COMAN Checked by Scale 1 500 EXTERNAL WALLS PROPOSED PROPRIETARY INSULATED PANELS WITH COLORBOND FINISH TYPICAL 30785 3200 90 1480 90 7590 90 90 7590 90 920 8790 920 4500 90 6010 1240 920 8960 920 1 3880 230 230 2310 90 1510 E OFFICE 4810 7245 2 A104 CRIB ROOM UNISEX DISABLE 1 UNISEX AMBULANT TOILET ACCORDING WITH AS 1428 2 455 7500 3305 1800 5700 DP 1010 UNISEX DISABLE TOILET ACCORDING WITH AS 1428 Project Address 7500 1800 STEP RAMP IN ACCORDING WITH AS 1428 1 3260 2000 700 4 7500 2000 1800 100mm CONCRETE SLAB WALKWAY FROM AMINITIES ENTRANCE TO SIDE ACCESS PERSONAL DOOR OF SHED A103 5 7500 8540 330 1800 A102 RCR ENGINEER OFFICE A102 A104 1 21 3 2580 STEEL FRAME WALLS WITH GYPROCK LINING OVER PROVIDE INSULATION TO EXTERNAL WALL AS REQUIRED ILLUMINATED EXIT SIGN TO AS 2293 TYPICAL SELECTED ALUMINIUM FRAME ENTRY DOORS WITH POWDER COAT FINISH No EMERGENCY LIGHTING TO AS 2293 TYPICAL Descr 01 ACCESSIBILITIES 02 REDUCE SINK IN M 03 DOORS ACCESS 04 800 3 410 F DP DP 800 1 terry 6000 820 190 2280 330 1500 2300 DP 820 920 1800 2430 DP SELECTED ALUMINIUM WINDOWS WITH POWDER COAT FINISH EXIT 1800 5760 EXIT 800 MEETING 230 TER 50 S EAT 08 9 Enter address her nam Engineer Address 10970 500 2260 110 1800 A105 920 EXIT LONG URINAL e mail Phone Fax e mail A105 NAM 50 S EAT 0433 DIS WC 250 6 4890 230 FEMALE 7790 720 1800 HIEGHT SILL W 230 1835 1740 1800 1025 D 820 900 820 1430 90 1680 1680 370 720 720 720 720 MALE TOILET CHANGE ROOM 720 ENSURE ALL SANITARY FACILITIES ARE PROVIDE WITH ADEQUATE MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH AS 1608 AND THE BCA Phone 660 90 1090 90 2550 AMBULANT WC 230 2020 1800 230 Architect Address 230 10830 3200 2205 90 2310 190 J 101 Date RCR SURFACE TREATMENT CLEANING STORAGE 920 1830 1 30 A106 1240 LOT 127 128 126 138 SITE PLAN Project number 90 90 820 240 820 1265 230 90 J P GROUP RCR SURFACE TREATMENT 12 12 2013 10 12 2013 31 10 2013 10 10 2013 Date DRAINAGE INVERT LEVEL CHANGED DRAINAGE CONNECTER PIPES CHANGED size pipes added DRAINAGE INVERT LEVEL CHANGED DRAINAGE CONNECTER PIPES CHANGED FIRE HYDRANTS HAD BEEN CHANGED ADDED BOLLARDS AND A PA DOOR ISSUED FOR BUILDING PERMIT SELECTED TILE FOR ALL WET FLOOR 230 64 08 33 84 1100 11 10 Description 3 2 1 0 9 8 82 83 No 7 THIS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING IS NOT CONSTRUCTION DRAWING FOR CONSTRUCTION PURPOSED BECAUSE FRAME STRUCTURE CAN AFFECT WALLS LOCATION AND THICKNESS FIRE HYDRANT FIRE HOSEREEL WILL BE DESIGNED BY OTHER 6 5 49 10 4 3 1730 UNISEX AMBULANT 2 1 1 100 ORIGINAL SIZE A2 1 TYPICAL DRAINAGE LANDSCAPE 128 56 49 ADDITION FEMALE 05 ADDITION MALE T 06 STEP RAMP FEM 07 STEP RAMP EX 08 WALLS WINDOW A102 J P G SUB O WORK RCR WORKSHOP OFFICE GROUND 30 Project number
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