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  • 1. PORTFOLIO TIM MIDDLETON beingtomothy@gmail.com

2. PORTFOLIO TimMiddleton beingtomothy@gmail.com +61430223499 EDUCATION 2007-2008UniversityofSydney M.Architecture2008 KyushuUniversity.Japan Exchange(1semester)2003-2005UniversityofSydney,Australia B.Design(Architecture/Urban DesignandPlanning)1996-2001 MerewetherHighSchool, Newcastle,Australia 3. EXPERIENCECompany UrbanFuturesGroup Period 2/2006-2/2008 (1yearfulltime) WorkUrbanDesign CADandpresentationwork Communicationwithsub consultants/clients MainProjects SovereignHills,NSW(Newtown,pop:11000nearPortMacquarie) G4Project,Kazakhstan(4new cities) Company BonzaBikeToursPeriod 2004-2005Work BikeTourGuidearoundSydney Company LaboInternationalExchange 1 FoundationPeriod 2/2002-1/2003Work Internprogram;facilitationof STAGINGEEDG ANRIPARIFERBUF ANRIPARI Parking Provided on ground over 3 future sites culturalexchange(inJapan)BTP 41BTP 5Site Ready for Development BTP 8BTP 7Circulation PathUtilised for access toCar Parks BTP 1BTP 3 Parking Structure builtto replace on groundBTP 2 parking as demand risesBTP 6CP11620 sqm 2216 spaces (4lvls)CP 21960sqmContinued development of street edge moving from 260 spaces (4 lvls) the Main Street WestwardCONCEPT Activation of the internal streets by development of the 4 quadrantsActivation of internalstreetsin the first blockNPedestrian circulation spine 2nd Parking Structure to meet demand DRAWING AT 1:1000 Main vehicular circulation Continuation of3 circulation path connecting the BTP BUILDING SITE AREA BUILDINGGFAPARKING(sqm) FOOTPRINTREQUIRED BTP BTP1 156012604610 154 spacesBTP2 162010903270 109 spacesBTP3 2330* 610 79026 spacesCALCULATIONS BTP 4173010402720 91 spacesBTP 51410920 2400 80 spacesN TOW REBTP 63520* 10503150 105 spaces CENTBTP 71130840 2150 72 spaces CONTEXT4 BTP 81540840 1940 65 spaces WAY total 14840765021 030 702 spacesGH*figure includes area of Car Parking StructureY HICompleted developmentOXLEof the whole BTP including CAR PARKING PROVIDED IN STRUCTURE476The Northern sites CAR PARKING PROVIDED IN STREETS121total5971 ConceptDesignforSovereignHillsTownCentre(UrbanProject Title:PORT MACQUARIEResearch Strategy DesignSOVEREIGN HILLS BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY PARK urbanfutures Drawing No: 06 - 044 1 of 2 group 23Date : 10/10/06 FuturesGroup)BTP CONCEPT DESIGN2 ConceptforBusinessParkinSovereignHills3 BlockSketchupmodelofSovereignHillsTownCentre 4. ACHIEVEMENTS 2008 SpecialprizeinAustraliannational JapaneseSpeechContest,Open Division2008 1stPlaceinNSWStateJapanese SpeechContest,OpenDivision2005 Level1JapaneseProficiency2005 DeansHonourList(B.Design)2003 DeansMeritScholarshipfor BachelorofDesign(Architecture)2001,2004 3rdPlaceinNSWstateJapanese SpeechContestSKILLS SoftwareAutoCAD Sketchup Vectorworks Maya Adobe:PhotoshopIllustrator InDesign AfterEffectsLanguageFluentinJapanese (writtenandspoken) interestinotherlanguagesPeople Managedgroupof6forContract Documentationclass(2007),group workPersonality Friendly,helpful,social,polite, confident,passionate,attentionto detail,humble, goodcommunicator, hardworking 5. REFERENCES GrahameEdwards DirectorUrbanFuturesGroup grahame@urbanfutures.com.au +61292839113SarahBenton DesignTutorSemester22008 mail@sarahbenton.net +61412823018ProfessorAtsushiDeguchi UrbanDesign/ArchitectureKyushuUniversity atsushi@arch.kyushu-u.ac.jp 6. PROJECT: CAVEWALK 2ndSemester2008-(DigitalStudio)Thecavewalkexploresthepotentialforanew undergroundspaceandpassagewayconnecting WynyardStationandthesoontobedeveloped Barangaroosite.Thisdesignstudiodemandeda focusondigitaldesignandprocess.Acombination of3Dmodelling(Maya),liquidmodelling(RealFlow), animation(AfterEffects),CAD,Rapidprototyping,and hand-modellingadvancedthedesign.Inresearching space,network/station,movementandflow,the metaphorofcaveswasimplementedtocontrastwith theexperienceofwalkingthroughtunnelsinthecity andtherigidityoftheurbanhorizontalandvertical dimensions.Thespaceisdynamic,varyinginscale 1 2 andqualityaswellasbeingwellconnectedwiththe worldabove. Thepathofthetunnelswasextractedfromaflooding ofthecitywithliquidinRealFlowandthenconnected tokeyintersections,parksandpavedareas.This consequentlybecamenotonlythehumanaccessbut anopeningallowinglight,ventilationandavisual connectionwiththeaboveground.Thequalityof lightmovingasinanoculusacrossthesurfaceofthe tunnelprovidesexperiences,uniquetoparticular timesofthedayandyear.Thematerialityisbare sandstone,exposingthenaturallayeringofrocks.The resultingspaceprovidestheuserwithanincreased awarenessoftheskyandtheearth,bothofwhichare obstructedinthemoderncity. 1EntrytoStationthroughlargeopeningtotheunderground2Entrytoundergroundpassagethroughamoreintimate space 3 43 StudyoffluidmovementandflowthroughWynyardusing RealFlow-softwareusedindesignprocess4SectionofcavernousspaceunderWynyardParkforming themainentrypoint 7. 1:500 PROJECT:3 ? 3A A A AAAFLOATINGFAMILY1stSemester2008-(Exchange) 11 411:50 21:50 31:50A1:50B BBThedesignprocessforthisresidentialprojectbegan1 122bydesigningthefamily.IncontemplatingthedifferencesbetweenfamilylifeinAustraliaandJapanIalsonoticedmanycommonalities.Onesuchisthe 0 5-105-2032changeovertimeasthefamilygrowswiththearrival MAX) AAAofchildrenandthenshrinksagainastheyleavehome._1:100 1:50C1:50 1 ThishouseexploresatypeofflexibilityallowingagreatvarietyofspaceformationinthebedroomlevelB1:5031:50(3rd).Theoutsidetranslucentwallsareformedbysegmentsofcirclesofsetradii,allowingapartitioningofspacebydividersofthesamewidth.Asthewallscanbeplacedanywhereonthepivot,largerandsmallerroomswithinterestingplanscanbesectionedoffaccordingtotheneedsofthechangingfamily.ThesiteisaalongrectangleinatraditionalJapaneseC1:50MachiyaareaofFukuoka.Inkeepingwiththe2 3 streetscape,aflatfacadewasemployed,givinghintsofthedesignbyaslightoverhangofthecurvedformoverthestreet.Acourtyard/gardenispossibleonthesitebylifitingthebuildingoffthegroundplane.Accesstotheroomsisbyspiralstaircasesallowingfreeverticalcirculation. 1 Progressiveplanshowingusageofspaceatdifferentstages ofthefamilycycle 2 LongSectionthroughhouse4 53 Modelshowingcourtyardandfloatingbedroomsabove 4SketchupRenderlookingfromcarport 5SketchupRenderaerialview 8. PROJECT:CR (1-3) +2.4 CR (1-2)+1.2 HAKOZAKIPRIMARYSCHOOL CR (1-1) +0 +0+0 +0 0-2.0 1stSemester2008-(Exchange) +0.5 (varies)-1.0 Hakozakiisaveryflatsuburbontheriverdeltaof FukuokaJapan.Visitingtheexistingschool,onething -2.0 thatstoodoutwastheprocessinJapaneseschoolsof +0.2 +0.2 hakikae.Wheneveryoumovefrominsidetooutthe -0.8 onemustalwayschangeshoesataspecifiedchange inlevel.Thiscanbeacomplexdesignissue,butalso -0.8 -1.2 -1.0 -0.8+0.2 CR (3-2) +0.2 CR (3-1) -2.0 -1.0 -1.0 -0.5-2.0-1.0+0.2 -2.0 haspotentialtobeusedasanorganisationalelement. Withthe2observations,flatterrainandhakikae 1 2 Idecidedtochallengethetypicalflatsectionof Hakozakiwhileexploringtheideaoflevelchange. Anotherintentioninthedesignwastoturntheschool inside-out.MostJapaneseschoolsarebuildings floatinginplan,theremainingspacebecomesthe grounds.Inordertocreateapresenceonthestreet aswellasmaketheplaygroundthegatheringpoint Imovedthebuiltformtotheedge.Inacelebration oftheseconcepts,thelunchroomsformabridge connectingthe2sidesoftheschool.Theyarehalf sunkintotheground,withthedisplacedearth formingahillforwatchingsportsontheplayingfields. Classroomsfollowamodulewhichareconnected 3 4 tootherclassroomsbyasharedsemi-indoorspace consistingofstairswhicharebothplayareaand oustidelearningspace.1 SketchupRenderaerialview2 GroundFloorPlan 53 SketchupAerialPerspecctive4Sketchupviewfromclassroomacrossplayground5SketchLongSectionthroughplayground 9. PROJECT:17.GARDENOFWONDER19.1. STONE PAVING2ndSemester2007-(UrbanStudio)2. 150mm CONCRETE20. SLAB3. GRADED AGGREGATE BASE FOUNDATION 4. SUB- GRADE SOIL 5. DRAINAGE PIPE 6. 250mm REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB18. Questacon,theNationalScienceMuseuminAustralia7. WATER PROOFING MEMBRANE 8. COMPACT FILL approachedtheSydneyUniversityArchitecture9. STEEL PLATE 10. 400mm BY 800mm CONCRETE PAD FOOTING faculty,seekinginputofideasforanoutdoor11. 100mm HEBEL BLOCK WALL12. 50mm TIMBER BATTERN 13. 20mm BY 85mm WOODEN PANELS sciencepark,Thegardenofwonder.Thishadmany14. 30mm BY 85mm WOODEN FLOOR BOARDS15. 75mm BY 300mm WOODEN FLOORchallengesasastudentproject,includingthescaleofJOISTS @ 1275mm C 16. 15mm PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR 17. ALUMINIUM FLASHING CAP theproject(over1Hasite),thesignificanceofthesite18. POLYCARBONATE PANEL19. STEEL C- SECTION120. STEEL FLANGE PLATE 12mm (locatedintheparliamentarytriangle,Canberra)and21. 220mm DIA STEEL HOLLOW COLUMN 22. 150mm PLASTIC DOWN PIPE thespecialisednatureofthebuildingtypeandbrief.Canberraisacompletelydesignedcityandthesite 1. isintheparliamentarytrianglewhichhasarigid2. 3.layout.Thebuildingstherearegenerallymonumental 4.structuresinfreespaceleadingtotwomainproblems. 13.12. Thefirstisalackofhumanscale,especiallyforthe 11. 21.pedestrian.Thesecondissueisalossofidentityasallthebuildingscompetewitheachotherfor14. 16.prominenceinvoid-likespace.5. 15.6.ForthisreasonmydesignpartnerandIdecidedto 22.8.taketheideaofawalledgardentobeginchallenging 9.theexistingcondition.Thewallswouldbethe 2 3permanentbuildings,creatingenclosure.Thiswallwas GF1:20thenbrokendownforpermeabilityandaccessandthenthegardenwasseentogrowinanorganicwayfromthesesolidwalls.Onesuchbuildingsisthelinearbiodomewhichbulgesontheinsideoftheparkfromamoresolid,butperforatedwalltotheoutside.Thetheatrewhichbecameknownasthelanternisatranslucentgeometricstructurewhichformsacloudaroundthesolidtheatreelement. 4 1 Wall,accessandorganicgrowthconceptdiagram 2 Aerialperspectiveofthegarden 3 Constructionsectionthroughthelanternwall 4ElevationoftheLinearBiodomewall 10. PROJECT: MARRICKVILLE 1stSemester2007-(Sustainable) Thisstudiobeganwithatheoreticalresearch withstrongfocusonthesocio-culturalaspectsof sustainability.Myprojecttookontheissueofcar dependencyandmovementpatternsthroughSydney. Highdependenceoncarshassignificanteffectson theurbande