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Based on the aesthetic of timber architecture, the design works conventional materials and simple forms into a building that addresses the needs of modern living. It is designed to fulfill all the criteria to become a comprehensive life saving club house. Moreover, recognizing the limited nature of natural resources, the south port life saving club is designed to minimize the impact on its location and also to use a little energy and as many recycle materials as possible

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  • South Port Life Saving ClubDesigned by Hizkia Irwanto Gouw

    HDINTD 311- Interior Design Studio- Sustainable Design

    Lecturer : Val AustinHizkia Irwanto Gouw

    6536514

  • Based on the aesthetic of timber architecture, the design works conventional materials and simple forms into a building that addresses the needs of modern living. It is designed to fulfill all the criteria to become a comprehensive life saving club house. Moreover, recognizing the lim-ited nature of natural resources, the south port life saving club is designed to minimize the impact on its location and also to use a little energy and as many recycle materials as possible.

    DESIGN AIM

  • Site Analysis

    Site Plan

    Site Plan 1:2000Beaconsfield Parade, Port Philip

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    Section

    Above Rail Level 1:150Beaconsfield Parade, Port Philip

    RL 5000

    RL 4000

    RL 0000

    View to the beach, and beaconsfield parade

    The site is at Beaconsfield Parade in Port Phillip. It just located few kilometres from City. There is a residential area just

    in front of the beach. The site also beside a children playground, which means in certain time, especially in school holiday,

    it will be many people there. The traffic also quite crowded, as it is a main road. Moreover, the beach has flat topography,

    which is a perfect conditions for recretional swimming, kitesurfing, windsurfing, sailing, boating, scuba diving, and other

    sports. Other factors, that makes it quite crowded, is that the site will be near the port of Spirit of Tasmania.

  • Climates

    Temperature and Rainfall

    Diagram 2indicate how average rainfall varies across Port Phillip

    Diagram 1indicate how average temperature varies across Port Phillip

    Melbourne

    Cape Shanck

    Scoresby

    15.01-16.00 C

    12.01-13.00 C13.01-14.00 C14.01-15.00 C

    10.01-11.00 C11.01-12.00 C

    Melbourne

    Cape Shanck

    Scoresby

    500-600 mm

    900-1000 mm800-900 mm700-800 mm600-700 mm

    1000-1100 mm

    1400-1500 mm1300-1400 mm1200-1300 mm1100-1200 mm

    Table 1 indicate annual average temperature and rainfall in Port Phillip

    ANNUAL

    SPRING

    SUMMER

    AUTUMN

    WINTER

    13.5 18.7 8.3 864

    12.9 18.1 7.6 239

    18.3 24.7 12 166

    14.2 19.3 9.2 213

    8.6 12.6 4.6 245

    Average daily temperature (C)

    Average dailymaximum temperature (C)

    Average dailyminimum temperature (C)

    Average rainfall (mm)

    This table 1 showed the annual average temperature and rainfall in Port Phillip. It also showed from spring, summer, autumn, until winter. The annual average temperature is about 13.5 C. However in hot summer it can be 24.7 C and in the cold winter it can be 4.6 C. So, it have a huge different between summer and winter. In addition, in table 2 is showing what will be happen to temperature in 2030 and 2070, its been predicted that the temperature will be warmer dramatically So, it will be better for the new building or house in Port Phillip to use the right material to solve this problem. Moreover, the annual average rainfall is about 864 mm. In summer, it can less than 166 mm, which is shows the area is quite dry in the summer.

    Frost

    Over 30 C

    Over 35 C

    Over 40 C

    3 2

    34

    1

    9

    30 49

    0

    2

    11 20

    5

    Current2030

    2070

    Table 2 Current and projected average number of hot days in Melbourne

    The diagram 1, showing the different temperatures in Port Philip area. It showed that beach area is warmer than others area. Thus, the South Melbourne Life Saving Club is located in the Port Philip beach, which has average temperature from 15 to 16 C.

    The diagram beside is showing the average rainfall across Port Philip. It showe here that the area near beach is have less rainfall. The South Melbourne Life Saving Club will only get average of 600-700 mm. Which showed it is quite dry place.

  • Hot winds & Cold Breezes

    Cold Breezes Hot Winds

    Cool Breezes Diagram 1:2000Beaconsfield Parade, Port Philip

    NHot Winds Diagram 1:2000Beaconsfield Parade, Port Philip

    Cold breezes come from the southeast direction. It could go straight to the new site building, because

    there is no building or tress that could be a hindrance. The wind goes through the east side and some

    part of the south of the building. Moreover, it have advantages but also the disadvantages. It can give

    good air in the summer term, as it will be very hot. However, in winter it also can make the house colder.

    Thus, it is a good way to use passive cooling system in order to reduce the temperature inside the house.

    Cross ventilation could also be a good solution. In addition it is useful to put insulation in the block the

    cold breezes, to make house more comfortable in winter.

    The hot wind in Beaconsfield Parade of Port Philip comes from the northwest direction. Moreover, the

    existing life saver club house is blocking some part of the wind, which allows only a little hot wind that

    could go through the new site building. It then enters from the west side of the bulding. So it would be

    useful to place windows or ventilations, for air circulation purposes, especially during the winter season.

  • Summer & Autumn Winds

    6am

    PlaygroundSand

    Sea

    Summer Wind

    6pm

    10am

    2pm

    10pm 2am

    It takes on 1 January 2009

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    Beaconsfield Parade

    The Diagrams above shows the direction in the summer season. At 6 am in the morning the

    wind is blown from the nort west direction. It gives advantages to swimmer and also the ship ,

    because the wind will help to push them to the sea. Moreover, atround 2pm, the wind will start

    to blow from the south west, Then from 6pm until midnight the wind will blow straight from the

    sea to the beach. Additionally, the average speed of the wind is at 13,6 knots, however it can

    reach 33 knots at the maximum condition.

    Autumn Wind

    6am

    PlaygroundSand

    Sea

    6pm

    10am

    2pm

    10pm 2am

    It takes on 1 April 2008

    Beaconsfield Parade

    The diagrams above shows how the wind movement at Beaconsfield Parde in spring

    season. At spring time, mostly the wind is blowing to the sea. Although the speed of the

    wind is not really strong, only at average of 10,5 knots, it still give advantages for the

    swimmer and ship. Moreover, at the early morning around 6am, the wind is blown from

    the north to south, it will be like that until around 10am. Moreover, at 2pm, the wind direc-

    tion, change a bit to parallel the beach area. In addition, from the 6pm until midnight the

    wind will blow from the north direction.

  • Winter & Spring Winds

    Spring Wind

    6am

    PlaygroundSand

    Sea

    6pm

    10am

    2pm

    10pm 2am

    It takes on 2 October 2008

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    Beaconsfield Parade

    Diagrams above are showing the wind direction in spring season in Beaconsfield Parade.

    Spring is time when the weakest wind blown. The average speed is only 10,5 knots, and also

    can reach only 1 knots. It shown the huge different to winter when the wind speed can be up

    to 50 knots. Moreover, at the morning, the wind will blow from the north west direction, it start

    to change their direction around 2pm, which the wind blown from the sea. At the 6pm the

    wind blowing parallel to the beach. In addition, around 10pm until midnight the wind blown

    through the north.

    6am

    PlaygroundSand

    Sea

    Winter Wind

    6pm

    10am

    2pm

    10pm 2am

    It takes on 1 July 2008

    Beaconsfield Parade

    Winter is the season where the wind is blowing really strong. It can reach 50 knots with

    average of 26 knots. Moreover, at the morning until around 2pm it blow from the north west

    direction, which will give a strong wind to the playground arena. After that, the wind is started

    to distance itself. From the 10 pm until midnight, the wind direction will go straight to the sea.

    It will makes some parts of the house that facing north, will get strong wind.

  • Sunlight Studies

    7am Summer 6pm Summer3pm Summer11am Summer

    S ite Site

    It takes on 22 December 2008Available daylight is from 6 am to 7 pm

    PlaygroundSand

    Sea

    Beaconsfield Parade

    S ite Site

    9am Winter 5pm Winter3pm Winter11am Winter

    S ite Site S ite

    PlaygroundSand

    Sea

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    Beaconsfield Parade

    It takes on 21 June 2008Available daylight is from 8 am to 5 pm

    S ite

  • Activities

    Activities Plan 1:1500Beaconsfield Parade, Port Philip

    NSunbathing

    Seaseeing

    Swimming

    Surfing

    Volleyball

    Children Playground

    View to people sunbathing

    View to children swimming

    View to the children playground

    These activities plan shows, where is the part of the beach that

    people usually used for their activities. In this plan it is obviously

    seen, that almost all activities are using areainfront of the

    playground. It iis due to the sand in the left of the South Melbourne

    life saving club is topped by grass, which makes the sand not really

    smooth, and bumpy. So from this diagram, it gives sort of idea,

    where is the best place for the South Port Live Saving Club. It

    should be between the old South Melbourne Live Saving Club and

    children playground, so the patrol administration, can see clearly

    what activities that ha

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