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Architecture Portfolio 2015
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  • BRIANISM

  • CONTENTS

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  • INFINITE LOOPSMASTERS STUDIO/EC-STATIC CAMPUS/2014

    PAGE 44-51.

    WIVEN SHELTERTHE SHELTER STUDENT COMPETITION/TOKYO/2013

    PAGE 04-07.

    KNOTSPACEAA VISITING SCHOOL/SYDNEY/2014

    01

    HYBRID MUTATIONARCHITECTURAL DESIGN/3RD YEAR/2012

    PAGE 08-17.

    CASTLECRAGCARPORT IN CASTLECRAG/SYDNEY/2014

    PAGE 24-31.

    LOCK&ROLLBANKSIDE BIKESHED COMPETITION/LONDON/2011

    PAGE 18-23.

    PAGE 32-43.

    BLURRED BOUNDARIESMASTERS STUDIO/GHOST IN THE MACHINE III/2013

    PAGE 52-59.

  • [email protected]/P: +61451919861

    02

    PERSONAL STATEMENT

    My name is Yaohua Bian and I have completed both of my bachelor and masters degrees of design in architecture at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). I am currently looking for work at an architecture studio.

    When I was studying my Bachelors of Design in architecture at UTS three years, I have began to work for different architecture practices and participated in various extra-curricular activities such as the UTS USA Architecture Study Tour and SONA Super-studio - of which I was the first time to get insight into many great architectural precedents in USA and had an interview with the world well-know deconstructive architect Frank Gehry. I was always worked at Enter projects on a part-time basis, which is a small and super innovative architecture office in Sydney. These experiences gave me a better understanding of drafting and construction principles and an overview of the tasks involved in residential design in Sydney.

    Since completing my Bachelors I have been applied for a half -year Internship in an Urban Planing institution in Beijing in 2012. It was the first time that I started to realise the great ex-penses and the lack of methodology of urban development in todays China. The old always be considered as the bad, and they are eliminated to make room for the new. However, I was fascinated to its great ancient architectural history at the same time. Over seven years working and living in Australia, I think that the city of Sydney has its strong identity that old well coex-ists with the new development. It was rewarding experience, it gave me an opportunity to think in bigger scale into the pro-cesses of working with diverse team of people in two different countries- from architects, the partners, to other peers.

    It is undeniable that architectures are the ones who shape this world in which we live in; epitomizing Winston Churchills quote- we shape our buildings, thereafter they shape us- I believe the role of architecture reaches beyond designing just building itself, rather creating a responsive mechanism which interacts with its surroundings to be synergetic and more importantly, contributing to a greater picture for the city.

    Up until now my relationship with architecture has been one of learning, discovery and collaboration. Whether it be during my studies, in the workplace or other personal endeavors within the field. This is an attitude in which I would like to keep in my future professional life. This has prompted me to seek out new work experiences locally.

  • BEIJING HOMEDALE Institute of Urban Planning & Architectural Design,

    Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Part-time, Exhibition Design Assistant, February 2013- September 2013

    Enter projects, Sydney, Part-time, Digital fabrication & Rendering, August 2013- February 2014

    China, Internship, January 2012

    YAOHUA BRIAN BIAN

    EDUCATION

    University of Technology Sydney (UTS)Bachelor of Design in Architecture, 2009- 2012.

    University of Technology Sydney (UTS)Master of Architecture, 2013- 2014.Dec

    ACHIEVEMENT

    EXPERIENCE

    COMPETITIONS

    SKILLS

    Software:

    Intermediate: Rhino (T-Splines), Maya Modeling, Sketchup, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign

    Basic: Rhino V-ray, Revit, Autocad, Grasshopper

    Model-making: By hand, lasercutting, 3D printing, casting

    English: (fluent)

    Chinese: Mandarin (fluent), Cantonese (Basic)

    Travel, Visual Arts and Design, Films, Hand sketching and watercolour

    INTERESTS

    LANGUAGES

    US Architecture LA Study experienceSummer 2010

    UTS Index 2010, Architecture end of year show exhibition, 17th DecemberArchitecture design: Making, Island project

    UTS Index 2011, Architecture end of year show exhibition, 2nd DecemberArchitecture design: Strategy, Sussex st project

    UTS Index 2012, Architecture end of year show exhibition, 27th NovemberArchitecture design: Integration, Hybrid project

    UTS 2013, Outstanding Student Leadership in School of Architecture

    UTS Index 2014, Architecture end of year show exhibition, 27th NovemberArchitecture design: Ec-static Campus, Infinite Loops

    UTS 2012 Design Leadership Recognition Bachelor of Design in Architecture

    Bankside Bikeshed Competition, London, Feburary 2011

    13th Shelter International Architectural Design Competition, Tokyo, June 2011

    CMT Architects, Sydney, Part-time, Drafting,18th June 2012- January 2013

    SONA Superstudio, Sydney, August 2011-2012

  • 04

  • WIVEN SHELTERTHE SHELTER STUDENT COMPETITION/TOKYO/2013

    05

  • CONCEPT

    The proposed design is an open structure; an open shelter as opposed to a totally enclosed structure. There is no one singular program, rather a collection of passive programs catering for different needs. They are spread acros the open structure providing a strong connection with the wilderness throughout the structure.

    The design intends to collect and redistribute rainwater and solar power for use by locals and put back into the environment for locals, plants and animals; natural resources are collected and redistributed.

    06

  • PIC01. birds nest created from the end of the spiral

    PIC02. rainwater trough pro-vides water from water tanks to wildlife

    PIC03. horizontal members can be added to the rib structure to serve

    PIC04. cosy intimate spaces created through the spiral form.

    PIC05. plants can be grown along the rib structures with nutrience

    TOP VIEW

    SECTION 1

    SECTION 2

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    SECTION 1

    SECTION 2 SCALE 1:150

    FRONT BACK

  • 08

    PERSONAL STATEMENT

    My name is Yaohua Bian and I have completed both of my bachelor and masters degrees of design in architecture at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). I am currently looking for work at an architecture studio.

    When I was studying my Bachelors of Design in architecture at UTS three years, I have began to work for different architecture practices and participated in various extra-curricular activities such as the UTS USA Architecture Study Tour and SONA Super-studio - of which I was the first time to get insight into many great architectural precedents in USA and had an interview with the world well-know deconstructive architect Frank Gehry. I was always worked at Enter projects on a part-time basis, which is a small and super innovative architecture office in Sydney. These experiences gave me a better understanding of drafting and construction principles and an overview of the tasks involved in residential design in Sydney.

    Since completing my Bachelors I have been applied for a half -year Internship in an Urban Planing institution in Beijing in 2012. It was the first time that I started to realise the great ex-penses and the lack of methodology of urban development in todays China. The old always be considered as the bad, and they are eliminated to make room for the new. However, I was fascinated to its great ancient architectural history at the same time. Over seven years working and living in Australia, I think that the city of Sydney has its strong identity that old well coex-ists with the new development. It was rewarding experience, it gave me an opportunity to think in bigger scale into the pro-cesses of working with diverse team of people in two different countries- from architects, the partners, to other peers.

    It is undeniable that architectures are the ones who shape this world in which we live in; epitomizing Winston Churchills quote- we shape our buildings, thereafter they shape us- I believe the role of architecture reaches beyond designing just building itself, rather creating a responsive mechanism which interacts with its surroundings to be synergetic and more importantly, contributing to a greater picture for the city.

    Up until now my relationship with architecture has been one of learning, discovery and collaboration. Whether it be during my studies, in the workplace or other personal endeavors within the field. This is an attitude in which I would like to keep in my future professional life. This has prompted me to seek out new work experiences locally.

  • KNOTSPACE AA VISITING SCHOOL/SYDNEY/2014

    09

  • STRUCTURE RULEDSURFACE(TOP VIEW)

    ITERATION 01

    STRUCTURE RULEDSURFACE(TOP VIEW)

    ITERATION 02

    STRUCTURE RULEDSURFACE(TOP VIEW)

    ITERATION 03

    STRUCTURE RULEDSURFACE(TOP VIEW)

    RULEDSURFACE

    RULEDSURFACE

    RULEDSURFACE

    RULEDSURFACE

    STRUCTURE(TOP VIEW)

    STRUCTURE(TOP VIEW)

    STRUCTURE(TOP VIEW)

    STRUCTURE(TOP VIEW)

    ITERATION 04

    10

  • DIAGONAL CURVE

    OVER LAPPING SURFACE GENERATES VARIOUS DENSITIES, WHICH THEN CREATES DIFFERENT PERMEABILITY WITH IN THE STRUCTURE TO ALLOW THE FORMATION OF ZONES.

    1500

    TYPE 01 TYPE 02 TYPE 03 TYPE 04

    1500

    1500

    11

    Knotspace explores the possibility of grashopper in order to create an envolope prototype to mediate different site variables such as spatial and visual conditions.

    It is designed to respond to different

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