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  • PortfolioLachlan Cuthbert

    selected work 2010 - 2015

    BDesign Interior and Spatial Design

    * Previous CUB Brewery site, Chippendale | 2013

  • Being stilted on pillars

    meant the Beachcomber

    could be adapted to sloping

    sites effectively, as well as

    take advantage

    of a northern aspect on

    many sites. Making it an

    extremly versitile unit.

    Flexibility of the BEACHCOMBER

    Varied floor plans & Arrangements

    Plan

    BEACHCOMBER

    Built Elements

    Bathroom

    Hallway

    Living / Dining

    KitchenSep. Toilet

    Bed 1

    Bed 2

    Bed 3

    Floor

    9500 x 13055

    Roof beams (x 13)

    480 x 50 x 9500

    Roof

    9500 x 13055

    Front / rear walls (x 1ea)

    2500 x 12800 x 100

    Roof support beam (x 1)

    250 x 100 x 12950

    Exterior Walls (x 2)

    2440 - 2745 (1.8

    degrees)

    x 9500

    Piloti (X 12)

    82 x 2120

    Floor beams (x 13)

    200 x 50 x 9500

    Support beams (x3)

    200 x 76 x 13055

    PHOTOGRAPHY 16

    CV - LACHLAN CUTHBERT 01

    KINGS CROSS HOTEL 08

    KINGS CROSS HOTEL 08

    CONTENTS

    THE WORKS GLEBE 02

    BATCH BREWING CO (II) 04

    BATCH BREWING CO 03

    EYE OF THE STORM 05

    KINGS CROSS HOTEL 06

    FBI SOCIAL 07

    CHINESE NEW YEAR SYD 10

    ANALYSIS 11

    DOUGHNUT BRIDGE 12

    IMPRESSION 13

    ATMOSPHERE 14

    GENERATIVE 15

    PUBLIC PLATFORM 09

    BEACHCOMBER 08

    REPRESENTATIONSPECULATIVEREALISED

  • 6/23 Curlewis St BondiSydney NSW Australia 2026

    OBJECTIVE: Seeking a position as a graduate spatial / interior designer

    The Works Glebe, Sydney, Australia www.theworksglebe.com.au Building renovation concept & planning Interior design

    Batch Brewing co, Marrickville, Sydney Australia www.batchbrewingco.com.auInterior & graphic design

    Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building - University of Technology, Sydney Australia Bachelor of Design in Interior and Spatial Design

    Australian Institute of Management, Sydney, Australia Certificate 4 in project management

    SAE Institute, Sydney, Australia Certificate 3 in electronic music production

    JMC Academy, Sydney, AustraliaDiploma audio engineering

    Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building - University of Technology, Sydney Australia Deans list

    UTS Bachelor of Design in Interior and Spatial DesignSenior mentor to 1st year ISD students

    Musicland, Sydney, Australiawww.musicland.net.au

    Venue design consultant Project management Lighting consultant (entertainment)Venue wide audiovisual (AV) management Entertainment consultant

    North Sydney Leagues Club, Cammeray, SydneyVenue design consultant

    The Greens, North Sydney, Sydney Venue entertainment coordinator | AV consultant | Special event organiser

    Design

    CVKings Cross Hotel, Kings Cross, SydneyWinner Sydneys best bar entertainment | Sydney bar awards 2012 FBI SocialVenue design consultant | Design of AV system - venue refurbishment | Project management - AV installation | Conceptualisation of venue layout (FBI Social) Venue entertainment coordinator | Special event organiser - production manager

    Golden Sheaf Hotel, Double Bay, SydneyWinner ALIA award 2009 - Best venue renovationDesign of AV system - venue refurbishment | Project management - AV installationVenue entertainment coordinator | Special event organiser - production manager

    Coogee Bay Hotel, Coogee, SydneyVenue design consultant | Venue entertainment coordinator | AV consultant

    Albion Hotel, Parramatta, SydneyDesign of AV system - venue refurbishment | Project management - AV installation

    Opera Bar, Circular Quay, SydneyAV & entertainment Consultant

    32 Hundred Lighting, Sydney, Australiawww.32hundredlighting.comAudio engineer | Lighting | Production

    FESTA Festival of Transitional Architecture, Christchurch, NZ - Eye of the StormDesign | Project management | Installation | Lighting design | Exhibitor

    Beams Festival, Chippendale, SydneyExhibitor | Event production

    Vivid Festival, Fort Dennison, Sydney - Firelight @ FortInstallation | Production Biennale of Sydney, Cockatoo Is, Sydney, Erin Manning - Stitching TimeProduction assistant

    IT | ArchiCAD | Rhinoceros | Vectorworks | SketchUpAdobe | Photoshop | Illustrator | InDesignLogic Pro | Final Cut Pro | MS OfficeHand drawing & modeling | Painting | Sign writing | Graphic design | laser cutting

    Drivers license (gold) | Boat license | Forklift license | Safety in checking- electrical appliances | Responsible service of alcohol certificate Responsible conduct of gaming certificate

    English (Native)Spanish (Intermediate)

    AustralianBritish

    Music | DJing | Travel | the Ocean | Soccer | Photography Places lived - London | Barcelona | Ibiza

    2014 - 2015

    2014 - 2015

    Educational Background

    2010

    2008

    2004 - 2005

    2012 - 2014

    Awards

    2013

    Programs

    2014

    Employment Background

    2008 - 2015

    2014 - 2015

    2014 - 2015

    Key Roles

    Key Venues

    Employment continued2011 - 2015

    2009 - 2011

    2013 - 2014

    2011 - 2012

    2009 - 2011

    2007 - 2008

    Experience

    2013

    2013

    2013

    2012

    Skills

    Qualifications

    Languages

    Citizenship

    Other

    *Full CV & references upon request

    Lachlan Cuthbert

    Mob | 0404 965 [email protected]

    experienced and available to relocate/travel for opportunities

  • * The Works glebe entry / meeting area | 2015

  • THE WORKS GLEBE year

    location

    status

    2014 - 2015

    glebe, syd, aus

    ongoing

    The works is a three level warehouse space which is becoming a creative cultural hub of the inner west. Comprising of retail on the lower levels, workshops on the middle floor, and co-working office spaces on the upper loft level.

    Working with the venue owner and building manager to concept and guide the staging of the long term project - a number of key stages have been completed or are under way. Including; the co-working office space, workshop space, additional toilets + disability access.

    The success of this project is in its staging, and allowing for flexibility within the spaces. Making allowances in the build for the immediate requirements, that will compliment thefuture plans for each of the unique areas. And maintaining a consistent aesthetic andcharacter throughout the building with the available budget. Future plans for the building include multiple hospitality additions including bar and eatery with commercial kitchen as well as a cafe/wine bar which will eventually replace the retail spaces.

    02Rconcept | planning | interior

    Entry doorway

    Internal wall detail

    Internal wall office set up

    Internal wall bare

  • * The Works glebe interior view to kitchen | 2015

  • Entry sign above main door

    Interior view to meeting area

    Meeting area view to entry stair

    Internal window to external window

  • *Batch Brewing co feature wall, curated seasonally | art - Alex Lehours 2014

  • venue strategyclear directional signage

    brand back-storyinformation

    BATCH BREWING CO year

    location

    status

    2014 - 2015

    marrickville, syd, aus

    complete

    In partnership up with local brewer Batch Brewing Company in the industrial inner west suburb of Marrickville, the opportunity here was to overhaul and enhance the existing hospitality and retail offering on-site at the brewery warehouse.

    The owners being occupied by the task of actually brewing, they reached out to myself and business partners to outsource the general operation of their on-site tasting bar. This required addressing design and layout of the physical venue, as well as improved visual communication for point of sale as well as branding. The concept was to allow transition in the space from active brewery throughout the day, to accessible small bar during the evenings and weekends.

    The site being a truly shared workspace meant very limited physical options were available to address the existing layout and flow issues. Strategic signage and an updated furniture plan were deployed to encourage patrons into desired areas for different venue modes and functions with great effect. The project also involved lighting design which focused on taking advantage of as much natural light as possible - which is reflected in the furniture plan and layout. As well as keeping the space warm and inviting, to contrast the industrial lighting that was available.

    03Rstrategic interior design* Batch brewing co strategic floor plan | 2014

    Batch back story mural

    Curated night event, street vendor

    Main bar POS signage

    SMH Good Food guide essential summer experiences article

    Batch bar/brewery from main entrance

  • *Batch Brewing co Sofar Sounds Sydney event | photo Megan Carew 2015

  • BATCH BREWING CO 04R

    year

    location

    status

    2014-2015

    marrickville, syd, aus

    complete

    Part of improving the bar operation at Batch was enhancing visual communication of both POS and merchandise, as well as internal info-signage. The existing communication was minimal, unclear or in most cases non-existent.Working with the brands established graphic aesthetic new graphics were designed, some being transferred by hand to timber for in venue use, or distributed digitally. This Included Internal signage, for clearer navigation and communication within the operating space. As well as new slogan and promotional artworks.

    graphic design

    * Batch Brewing co slogan / artwork concept | 2015

  • * Eye of the storm installation, Worster st bridge, chch NZ | 2013

  • EYE OF THE STORM 05Rinstallationyear

    location

    status

    2013

    christcurch, NZ

    complete

    Invited to FESTA - festival for transitional architecture, the installation design was a creation of a cultural reflection; examining respectively the event (the earthquake 2011), the present, and the future of Christchurch.

    Working with the quote What we call progress is this storm and it drives us irresistibly into the future (W. Benjamin) the form of the work represents a storm coming into focus.

    The tarp that constitutes the form was chosen due to the ubiquitous nature of the material throughout Christchurch. The City is littered in patches of tarp due to the number of damaged residences, and the aim was to take a collection of these as unique pieces of this story.

    In addition residents were asked to tell their personal stories, on their tarps - creating an interactive archive of the memory of the city. At night the installation came to life via a lighting sequence which was programmed to represent a severe storm as it culminates. This performance also being one of the stages of the festivals parade activities over the two nights, including interactive performers.

  • KINGS CROSS HOTEL 06Rdesign consultationyear

    location

    status

    2010

    kings cross, syd, aus

    complete

    The goal of this refurbishment project: Update an iconic multi level - multi purpose hotel, creating a diverse, relevant and unique venue in the heart of Kings Cross.

    My role related to venue concept and design consultation, with a focus on culture and entertainment.

    The attached Venue magazine article details the entire hotel refurbishment and discusses relevant features with the different parties involved, including the main architect, an FBI radio representative and myself.

    Throughout the article discussed are the conceptual and aesthetic elements as well as the technical aspects. Involved not only in the concept phase for the planning of the 8 level hotel, I was tasked also with the Audiovisual design and installation for the entire venue. On the first spread there is an additional section in which I describe the audiovisual design in specific detail.

    * VENUE #44 magazine article | 2011

  • FBI SOCIAL 07R

    year

    location

    status

    2011

    level 2, kings cross hotel, syd, aus

    complete

    A multipurpose live performance space to be operated by external group, (FBI Radio). The major design gesture of the venue being adopted from my initial ideas for the live music space; the introduction of raised platform that elevates patrons upon entry, allows for clear sight lines to the stage. This platform also creates an area of natural congregation for patrons with direct access to the bar and services. Additionally the use of visually transparent structures; balustrades and internal walls make for an inviting and engaging venue. And the adaptability of the open floor plan, fittings chosen and accessible infrastructure allows diverse functionality, a requirement of the space.

    concept - layout

    Initial sketch of potential layout

    Sketch with possible central bar location

    More detailed sketch with height suggestions

    Illustrator version of original proposed layout

    Initial sketch of potential layout

    Sketch with possible central bar location

    More detailed sketch with height suggestions

    Illustrator version of original proposed layout

    * FBI social - main entry | 2011

  • * FBI social | photo voena.co 2011* FBI social | photo everguide.com.au 2011

    * FBI social | photo voena.co 2011

  • * Beachcomber scheme: Population - Demographics - Density - Strategy - Precedents | 2013

  • BEACHCOMBER 08Surban density proposalyear

    location

    type

    2013

    nsw, aus

    UTS Coursework

    With a focus on population density, this investigation into iconic Australian house designs challenge was to multiply the existing number of inhabitants of an existing home. This proposal goes much further than the briefs requirements to house a more realistic number of residents based on the predicted population growth for urban Australia. This scheme positions the beachcomber as a kit-home and treats it as a volume to be re-purposed within any existing Beachcomber site and footprint. Rationalised by supporting precedents, the scheme contains proposed staging andthrough investigation of volumes and configurations, the chosen exploration comprises of 3 unique households within the site of an existing Beachcomber.

    * Beachcomber model | 2013

  • Being stilted on pillars meant the Beachcomber could be adapted to sloping sites effectively, as well as take advantage of a northern aspect on many sites. Making it an extremly versitile unit.

    Flexibility of the BEACHCOMBERVaried floor plans & Arrangements

    Plan

    BEACHCOMBERBuilt Elements

    Bathroom

    Hallway

    Living / Dining

    Kitchen Sep. Toilet

    Bed 1

    Bed 2

    Bed 3

    Floor

    9500 x 13055

    Roof beams (x 13)

    480 x 50 x 9500

    Roof

    9500 x 13055

    Front / rear walls (x 1ea)

    2500 x 12800 x 100

    Roof support beam (x 1)

    250 x 100 x 12950

    Exterior Walls (x 2)

    2440 - 2745 (1.8 degrees) x 9500

    Piloti (X 12)

    82 x 2120

    Floor beams (x 13)

    200 x 50 x 9500

    Support beams (x3)200 x 76 x 13055

    Being stilted on pillars meant the Beachcomber could be adapted to sloping sites effectively, as well as take advantage of a northern aspect on many sites. Making it an extremly versitile unit.

    Flexibility of the BEACHCOMBERVaried floor plans & Arrangements

    Plan

    BEACHCOMBERBuilt Elements

    Bathroom

    Hallway

    Living / Dining

    Kitchen Sep. Toilet

    Bed 1

    Bed 2

    Bed 3

    Floor

    9500 x 13055

    Roof beams (x 13)

    480 x 50 x 9500

    Roof

    9500 x 13055

    Front / rear walls (x 1ea)

    2500 x 12800 x 100

    Roof support beam (x 1)

    250 x 100 x 12950

    Exterior Walls (x 2)

    2440 - 2745 (1.8 degrees) x 9500

    Piloti (X 12)

    82 x 2120

    Floor beams (x 13)

    200 x 50 x 9500

    Support beams (x3)200 x 76 x 13055

    Being stilted on pillars meant the Beachcomber could be adapted to sloping sites effectively, as well as take advantage of a northern aspect on many sites. Making it an extremly versitile unit.

    Flexibility of the BEACHCOMBERVaried floor plans & Arrangements

    Plan

    BEACHCOMBERBuilt Elements

    Bathroom

    Hallway

    Living / Dining

    Kitchen Sep. Toilet

    Bed 1

    Bed 2

    Bed 3

    Floor

    9500 x 13055

    Roof beams (x 13)

    480 x 50 x 9500

    Roof

    9500 x 13055

    Front / rear walls (x 1ea)

    2500 x 12800 x 100

    Roof support beam (x 1)

    250 x 100 x 12950

    Exterior Walls (x 2)

    2440 - 2745 (1.8 degrees) x 9500

    Piloti (X 12)

    82 x 2120

    Floor beams (x 13)

    200 x 50 x 9500

    Support beams (x3)200 x 76 x 13055

    Being stilted on pillars meant the Beachcomber could be adapted to sloping sites effectively, as well as take advantage of a northern aspect on many sites. Making it an extremly versitile unit.

    Flexibility of the BEACHCOMBERVaried floor plans & Arrangements

    Plan

    BEACHCOMBERBuilt Elements

    Bathroom

    Hallway

    Living / Dining

    Kitchen Sep. Toilet

    Bed 1

    Bed 2

    Bed 3

    Floor

    9500 x 13055

    Roof beams (x 13)

    480 x 50 x 9500

    Roof

    9500 x 13055

    Front / rear walls (x 1ea)

    2500 x 12800 x 100

    Roof support beam (x 1)

    250 x 100 x 12950

    Exterior Walls (x 2)

    2440 - 2745 (1.8 degrees) x 9500

    Piloti (X 12)

    82 x 2120

    Floor beams (x 13)

    200 x 50 x 9500

    Support beams (x3)200 x 76 x 13055

  • Beachcomber proposal (1960s style) | 2013

    Top view | 2013

    Elevation series | 2013

    Beachcomber proposal (for today) | 2013

    Beachcomber original floor plan variations

  • * Public platform multi-sectional interior rendering | 2014

  • PUBLIC PLATFORM 09Surban interior proposalyear

    location

    type

    2014

    central, syd, aus

    UTS coursework

    Uncovering the dormant ghost platforms that sit wedged in the surrounding network of commuter transit space at Central train station.

    This proposal seeks to unearth and expose this void of space and time wedged within the modern infrastructure that created it.

    Through contemplated incisions that penetrate street level on Chalmers St, right down 4 levels to the subway network below. These incisions serve to expose, immerse and make comment on the structural grid that binds this network of flow. Whilst also embracing its surroundings holistically and augmenting these new and unique spatial experiences

    New program and spatial possibilities are determined directly by the surrounding environment, as it becomes released here to the public domain for the first time.

    lower Concourse ghost

    platforms

    Platforms 24-25

    chalmers stfoveaux STEntry

    Station entry

    dental hospital

    devonshire STEntry

    lower Concourse ghost

    platforms

    Platforms 24-25

    chalmers stfoveaux STEntry

    Station entry

    dental hospital

    devonshire STEntry

    chalmers

    steliza

    beth s

    t

    foveaux STEntry

    devonshireST Entry

    chalmers

    steliza

    beth s

    t

    foveaux STEntry

    devonshireST Entry

    Plan1:500

    Section1:500

    < N

    INcIsIoN

    PeNetratIoN

    Ghost Platform / tuNNel

    subterraNeaN

    suburbaN Platform Network

    Platform / tuNNel

    subterraNeaN PedestrIaN coNNectIoNs

    INcIsIoN above GrouNd

    PedestrIaN footPath

    INcIsIoN subterraNeaN

    PoteNtIal INcIsIoNs

    exIstING access

    to sky

    oPPortuNItIes / uNderused

    Ghost Platforms

    SectionDiagram

    1:500

    embraceenvironment

    slIcING throuGh each layer of strata IN the surrouNdING Network thIs INcIsIoN oPeNs uP vIstas to a New amPhItheater, from street to subway

    exPoSe &immerSe

    thIs sPace allows New access to the Ghost Platforms as well as exPosING aNd ImmersING vIsItors amoNGst the hIddeN substructure

    enhance

    thIs smaller scale sPace allows a real 1:1 auGmeNtatIoN of the surrouNdING sPatIal coNdItIoNs. vIsual, aIr, souNd, vIbratIoNs all focused IN oNe eNGaGING sPace

    Site analySiS+ oPPortunitieS

    ProPoSal+ exiSting network

    ProPoSal+ exiSting network

    SPatial geStureS

    lower Concourse ghost

    platforms

    Platforms 24-25

    chalmers stfoveaux STEntry

    Station entry

    dental hospital

    devonshire STEntry

    lower Concourse ghost

    platforms

    Platforms 24-25

    chalmers stfoveaux STEntry

    Station entry

    dental hospital

    devonshire STEntry

    chalmers

    steliza

    beth s

    t

    foveaux STEntry

    devonshireST Entry

    chalmers

    steliza

    beth s

    t

    foveaux STEntry

    devonshireST Entry

    Plan1:500

    Section1:500

    < N

    INcIsIoN

    PeNetratIoN

    Ghost Platform / tuNNel

    subterraNeaN

    suburbaN Platform Network

    Platform / tuNNel

    subterraNeaN PedestrIaN coNNectIoNs

    INcIsIoN above GrouNd

    PedestrIaN footPath

    INcIsIoN subterraNeaN

    PoteNtIal INcIsIoNs

    exIstING access

    to sky

    oPPortuNItIes / uNderused

    Ghost Platforms

    SectionDiagram

    1:500

    embraceenvironment

    slIcING throuGh each layer of strata IN the surrouNdING Network thIs INcIsIoN oPeNs uP vIstas to a New amPhItheater, from street to subway

    exPoSe &immerSe

    thIs sPace allows New access to the Ghost Platforms as well as exPosING aNd ImmersING vIsItors amoNGst the hIddeN substructure

    enhance

    thIs smaller scale sPace allows a real 1:1 auGmeNtatIoN of the surrouNdING sPatIal coNdItIoNs. vIsual, aIr, souNd, vIbratIoNs all focused IN oNe eNGaGING sPace

    Site analySiS+ oPPortunitieS

    ProPoSal+ exiSting network

    ProPoSal+ exiSting network

    SPatial geStureS

    Scheme theoretical mind map / rationale

    Site opportunities diagram (section)

    Central railway subterranean site plan

  • Gesture 2 - entrance stairwell - embrace

    Ghost platforms - rendered western section

    Gesture 3 - one to one space - augment

    Gesture 1 - performance space - expose

  • * CNY-syd installation entry point, Harbour st | 2014

  • Current urbandevelopment

    Existingprecinct

    viewing area

    Pote

    ntial n

    ew A

    xis

    Factory St Site plan

    Dixon St

    Fact

    ory

    St

    Emergingprecinct

    CHINESE NEW YEAR SYD 10Sinstallation proposalyear

    location

    type

    2014

    chinatown, syd, aus

    UTS coursework

    With the notion of Fear as the driving force behind the traditional Chinese New Year festival, the purpose of this installation proposal is to explore the notions of fear.How do you evoke Fear? - In Chinese culture: Break the Circle!

    With a focus on cultural themes of Duality, Reciprocity and the Circle - The installation explores these cultural themes via a striking insertion into the Factory St site and its surrounding China town boundaries. This dynamic urban experience is achieved via use of an Anamorphic projection of a circle, which from the desired vantage point is perfect and symmetrical, but from other angles mutates and becomes distorted.

    Both a perfect circle and a broken circle - simultaneously. Activating a new axis to the Chinatown district from the developing Darling region adjacent.

    Theme - the circle

    Initial concept sketch

    Theme - duality

    Theme - reciprocity

    Factory st site plan

    Montage, human scale

    Factory st southern section

    Harbour st front elevation

  • * CNY-syd installation center, Factory st | 2014

  • * Laser cut site model photos | 2014

  • ANALYSIS 11S

    year

    subject

    type

    2014

    multiple

    UTS coursework

    These two sets of explorations represent different approaches of design analysis.

    The first looks at Sydneys Central station, and in particular Devonshire st tunnel via geographic and topographic studies. The second set interrogates iconic buildings via a common set of parameters such as; concept, structure, zones, movement etc. to unpack the major design maneuvers via axonometric studies.

    design investigation

    Central Railway station SYD site analysis | 2014

    Steven Holl Higgins Hall NYC building analysis | 2014

    Bernard Tschumi Acropolis museum ATH building analysis | 2014

  • DOUGHNUT BRIDGE 12S

    year

    location

    type UTS coursework

    Designing as a reaction to the earthquake in 2011 this proposal is a new bridge for the Worster St site.

    The Doughnut Bridge offers an inflatable structure that is a playful exploration of the themes of uncertainty and disorientation. Whilst its materiality investigates anti-monumentality as well as temporality and portability.

    The name coming from the form that has been left in the center of Christchurch (a Doughnut shape) it also provides a social space within its interior.

    design proposal2013

    christcurch, NZ

    Social space + central void interior impressions

    Bridge spanning river exterior impressions

    Doughnut bridge section

  • * Eisenmans House II | 2013

  • IMPRESSION 13P

    year

    subject

    type

    2013

    Eisenmans House II

    UTS coursework

    These two interior renderings of Eisenmans House II impart a stark mood that could exist within this fantastical and dynamic geometry.

    Dark, bold, sharp and angular these images suggest a dystopian setting for the radical architecture.

    With light and resulting shadowing featuring heavily - these natural elements create the only organic forms within the imagery.

    hand rendering

  • ATMOSPHERE 14Pphenomenological imageryyear

    location

    type

    2014

    chippendale, sydney, aus

    UTS Coursework

    Part of an exploration of a large townhouse development in Chippendale, these images test and offer insight to the phenomenological characteristics of the proposed design.

    With light and water being major elements in the proposal, exploration with different mediums allow the ability to play with these elements graphically. To determine and explain a real sense of atmosphere that the overall design is trying to achieve, the images are each made up of the different phenomenological signifiers. Ink, copic marker, watercolour, pencil, photoshop

  • * German pavilion view to exterior | 2013

  • GENERATIVE 15P

    year

    subject

    type

    2013

    German pavilion

    UTS coursework

    This task in drawing comprehension is to inform CAD construction and generate Photoshop rendered images. The modernist icon - The German pavilion by Mies van der Rohe is the subject of this exercise. Taking a slightly dystopian approach to the rendering, the images make comment on the shortcomings of modernist ideals, and show the building discarded and vandalised. Occupied by vagrants, old furniture trashed and graffiti on the walls, the famous structure lay in ruins as it resides upon the hills of Barcelona.

    CAD | image making

    German pavilion elevation render

    German pavilion perspective (frame)

  • * Chippendale | 2014

    * Orange building hargrave st east sydney | 2013

    * Central park site + UTS tower building | 2014

    * Bondi pavilion majong men | 2014

    * Train line between katomba and dubbo | 2012

  • VISION 16Pamateur photographyyear

    location

    2013 - 2015

    various locations

    A selection of personal photographs - musings of architecture, people, places and environments

    * North sydney residence | 2015

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