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  • PORTFOLIO

    WOO JIE KAI

    Internship Applicant

    | Selected Works |

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    CV

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    Hot, Wet, Noisy (In-Progress)

    Contradictions of an equator ial urban setting SDE 3 Renovation

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    3 Stations for Glaciologists 460002N 65704E 455943N 65920E 455918N 70040E

    Btiment Biosourc|Kar ibati Regional Special Pr ize-Par is|

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    Community Hub Foster ing community in a pr ivatized urban-scape Integration with Buona Vistas transpor t network

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    Home

    27 Margaretenweg, Zur ich Reference: Monte Ver it Community

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    Nest

    Slow Food Project - Digital Detoxification

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    Construction: Wood & Concrete Bicycle Perch | Concrete Tower

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    Internship: Nikken Sekkei Tokyo, Japan

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    Photography

    Kyoto | Aokigahara | Chamonix

  • 2012-2016 Bachelor of Arts in Architecture (Honours) Singapore National University of Singapore School of Design and Environment Department of Architecture

    2015 Undergraduate Student Exchange Programme ParisFall cole Spciale dArchitecture

    2014 Undergraduate Student Exchange Programme Zrich Fall ETH Zrich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zrich)

    2006-2008 Singapore-Cambridge GCSE A-Levels Singapore Innova Junior College

    2015 Nikken Sekkei | http://www.nikken.co.jp/en/| TokyoSummer Architecture Intern Led by Koshi Nakamura

    2011 DP Architects |dpa.com.sg| Singapore Corporate Communication Intern

    EDUCATION

    EXPERIENCE

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    SELECTED AWARDS

    2016 Karibati Bio-sourced competition: Regional Special Prize |3 Stations for Glaciologists| http://www.karibati.fr/concours-darchitecture-batiments-biosources-2015/

    2015 NUS NASA Exchange Scholarship

    2014 University of Zurich Student Exchange Award

    SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

    2015 La Nuit Spciale End of Year Exhibition - cole Spciale dArchitecture|Paris

    2013 NUS Architecture End of Year Exhibition - URA Building|Singapore Landscape in a Box - Singapore Art Museum|Singapore

    2012 NUS Architecture End of Year Exhibition - URA Building|Singapore

  • WOO JIE KAI

    Birth Date 12 November 1990Address 58 Jalan Remaja Singapore 668712Email [email protected] +65 96194579

    C u r r i c u l u m V i t a e

    SOFTWARE

    AutoCAD | Rhino | V-Ray | Google SketchUp Photoshop | InDesign | Illustrator

    WORKSHOP SKILLS

    Laser Cutting | 3D Printing | Concrete | WoodWork

    LANGUAGE

    English | Chinese Mandarin | French

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  • Hot, Wet, Noisy (In-Progress)Contradictions of an equatorial urban settingSDE 3 Renovation

    National University of Singapore Instructor: Erik LHeureuxSpring 2016

    Hot, Wet & Noisy, The Equatorial Architecture of Our Own House follows the design research ambitions of the past three years at NUS, extending knowledge of atmospheric design possibilities and representational techniques of architecture on the equator. This is not your average tropically inspired studio following in the normative trajectoryof tropical discourse propagated since the 1950s rather it embraces the very real realities of a massively densifying urban project along the equator and the implications on the body of architecture through atmospheric, formal, and material terms as they are manifest in practice today. The ambition is to create highly intelligent, inspired and novel architecture while working within the governmental, political, and economic realities the influence but not determine architecture.

    1) a series of precedent research investigations will ground the design discourse while 2) the SDE 3 and its forthcoming renovation will drive a rigorous program of architectural propositions, with very real design problematics. The studio will operate as both a highly speculative exercise coupled with precisely real problems to be solved, from solar heat load, daylight, and sound attenuation challenges to statutory regulations to real construction and budgetary constraints.

    The promise of such a real premisedstudio is that students will develop highly implementable projects while coupling their design decisions within a larger discourse ofequatorial architecture. Input will be received from Transsolar from Munich, CPG, Parson Brinckerhoff and colleagues from ETH Zurich and SUTD during the course of the semester.

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    Section Drawing: National University of Singapore, School of Design and Environment Building 3 proposal

    WOO JIE KAIDORA PARAMITA TPLANS | NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, SCHOOL OF DESIGN AND ENVIRONMENT BUILDING 3

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    Hot, Wet, Noisy (In-Progress)

    Case Study Exploded Axonometric: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

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    Exploded Axonometric Wroms Eye & Birds Eye

  • 1ST STOREY: MANUAL FABRICATION STUDIOS

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    PLANS | NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, SCHOOL OF DESIGN AND ENVIRONMENT BUILDING 3 WOO JIE KAIDORA P. TEDJOSISWOJO

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    1: 2001 17 51.0354N, 103 46 14.4624W2 m/s, mainly south-southwest and north-northeast9% (partly cloudy) to 69% (mostly cloudy)61% (mildly humid) to 95% (very humid)130mm-310mm

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    PLANS | NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, SCHOOL OF DESIGN AND ENVIRONMENT BUILDING 3 WOO JIE KAIDORA P. TEDJOSISWOJO

    SCALELATITUDEWINDCLOUD COVERHUMIDITYPRECIPITATION

    1: 2001 17 51.0354N, 103 46 14.4624W2 m/s, mainly south-southwest and north-northeast9% (partly cloudy) to 69% (mostly cloudy)61% (mildly humid) to 95% (very humid)130mm-310mm

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    4TH STOREY: RESEARCH STUDIOS AND LECTURE

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    PLANS | NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, SCHOOL OF DESIGN AND ENVIRONMENT BUILDING 3 WOO JIE KAIDORA P. TEDJOSISWOJO

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    1: 2001 17 51.0354N, 103 46 14.4624W2 m/s, mainly south-southwest and north-northeast9% (partly cloudy) to 69% (mostly cloudy)61% (mildly humid) to 95% (very humid)130mm-310mm

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    Hot, Wet, Noisy (In-Progress)

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    In Singapore, we face harsh climatic conditions such as heavy annual rainfall and direct sunlight. The site specifically requires us to mitigate noise from the heavy traffic while allowing for naturally ventilated spaces. Hence the contradiction. The need to selectively filter the elements of an urbanised tropical climate is looked into.

    Thus, the opportunity arises to redefine the envelope as an expressive instrumental piece. The envelope is synthesised after careful considerations of the following factors: the urban approach, the structure and the environmental conditions (Sun, Rain, Wind and Noise)

    The School of Architecture (SDE 3) is situated along the high traffic volume of Clementi Road. Serving as the west entrance into the university campus, the west facade should be representative of the schools vision of being a leading architectural school in the equatorial context. The car parkings and road in front of SDE 3 are removed and redeveloped into an extensive garden with a water retention body aiming at reducing the urban heat island effect. The elevated topography prevents direct noise entry into the ground floor, allowing it to be developed into an outdoor naturally ventilated workshop deck.

    Model photos: Urban Front of SDE 3

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    Hot, Wet, Noisy (In-Progress)

    Model photo: Interior Corridor Investigation

  • 3 Stations for Glaciologists460002N 65704E455943N 65920E 455918N 70040EBtiment Biosourc |Karibati Regional Special Prize-Paris|

    Ecole Speciale Darchitecture Instructor: Fabienne Bulle & Serge JolyFall 2015

    Man and nature have always shared a symbiotic relationship. The actions by man on the environment will undeniably affect the structure and system of nature, so will the changes of the environment affect how man lives.

    In recent years, the dominance of man over nature, as demonstrated in our actions, has led to irreparable impacts on the environment. Global warming has become the main issue of the 21th century. Man explores his environment again, not to conquer but to understand and re-evaluate their relationship with nature. We specifically studied glaciologists and

    their journey of research up the French Alps. We propose to provide research stations for glaciologists in the mountainous region of Mont Blanc.

    Despite the harsh climates of the mountain, the fragile landscape experiences first hand the impacts of climate change especially the glaciers within the mountains

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