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Tom Jordan

  1. 1. Project / Location STUDENT HOUSING THE DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRY MODEL
  2. 2. development process Seasons Apartments, Carlton –– Parrallels apartment development with sales of individual apartments to investors and parents
  3. 3. Town planning context in victoria –– Location - some councils have identified precincts –– Section 173 agreement on use usually required –– Normal built form parameters –– Carparking at zero to 0.2 Pelham Precinct
  4. 4. SECTION 173 AGREEMENT ON USE –– Prescribes student occupancy only –– Approved management plan – On site management or lead tenant –– On site communal facilities Universe, Carlton
  5. 5. Feasibility considerations –– Town planning parameters –– Location: transport + offsite amenity –– Design + ESD Eastern Place, Hawthorn
  6. 6. design / Internal Amenity John Street, Box Hill –– Good natural light ventilation –– Quality of outlook –– Windows shaded –– Balconies
  7. 7. design / Internal Amenity John Street, Box Hill Holmesglen TAFE – Student Housing
  8. 8. design / Internal Amenity Canada Hotel, CarltonJohn Street, Box Hill –– Compact kitchen and bathroom –– Proven ergonomics –– Shared laundry
  9. 9. design / Internal Amenity Universe
  10. 10. design / Internal Amenity John Street, Box Hill
  11. 11. design / Internal Amenity John Street, Box Hill –– Integrated joinery ‘designed in’
  12. 12. The Quad, Hawthorn design / Communal and Common Spaces
  13. 13. design / Communal and Common Spaces Universe, Carlton –– Multiple furniture settings for different social groups
  14. 14. design / Communal and Common Spaces Canada Hotel, Carlton
  15. 15. design / Communal and Common Spaces Canada Hotel, Carlton
  16. 16. design / Communal and Common Spaces Canada Hotel, Carlton
  17. 17. design / Communal and Common Spaces Barry Street, Carlton
  18. 18. design / Communal and Common Spaces Eastern Place, Hawthorn
  19. 19. design / Communal and Common Spaces Eastern Place, Hawthorn
  20. 20. design / Communal and Common Spaces John Street, Box Hill
  21. 21. design / Communal and Common Spaces The Quad, Hawthorn
  22. 22. design / Communal and Common Spaces The Quad, Hawthorn –– Context may demand high quality landscape
  23. 23. design / Communal and Common Spaces The Quad, Hawthorn
  24. 24. design / Communal and Common Spaces Holmesglen TAFE – Student Housing
  25. 25. design / Communal and Common Spaces The Quad, Hawthorn Canada Hotel, Carlton John Street, Box Hill
  26. 26. design / Communal and Common Spaces Eastern Place, Hawthorn
  27. 27. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Retail Tenancy. Seasons Apartments, Carlton –– Interactive uses at street level
  28. 28. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Seasons Apartments, Carlton
  29. 29. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Universe, Carlton –– Pedestrian level architectural detail
  30. 30. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Canada Hotel, Carlton –– Strong architectural geometry creates building identity AIA Victorian Architecture Awards Best Overend Award for Residential Architecture, Multiple Housing AIA Victorian Architecture Awards Melbourne Prize
  31. 31. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Canada Hotel, Carlton
  32. 32. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Canada Hotel, Carlton –– Relationship to public open space
  33. 33. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Canada Hotel, Carlton
  34. 34. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm John Street, Box Hill
  35. 35. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm John Street, Box Hill
  36. 36. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm John Street, Box Hill –– Positive architectural contribution to the public realm AIA National Architecture Award Multi-Residential Architecture AIA Victorian Architecture Award Multi-Residential Architecture
  37. 37. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm John Street, Box Hill
  38. 38. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Eastern Place, Hawthorn –– Laneway activation –– Passive surveillance Canada Hotel, Carlton
  39. 39. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Eastern Place, Hawthorn
  40. 40. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Global House, Carlton Vista 8, North Melbourne –– Laneway activation and urban transformation
  41. 41. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm The Quad, Hawthorn –– Responses to landscape setting
  42. 42. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Barry Street, Carlton
  43. 43. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Holmesglen TAFE – Student Housing –– Expression of sun shading a key architectural technique
  44. 44. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Serrata, Docklands – Townhouse Entry via Laneway Bourke Street
  45. 45. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Serrata, Docklands – Public Playground Bourke Street
  46. 46. ARCHITECTURE, pLACE MAKING + the public realm Serrata, Docklands – Import Lane Apartment Entry Bourke Street
  47. 47. esd Serrata, Docklands Vale Street, North Melbourne –– Sustainability initiatives active and passive
  48. 48. floor area Sydney Hilton Hotel (JPW) 29 sqm –– Compact size does not equate to low quality
  49. 49. 24 sqm Cairo (Best Overend 1936) floor area / High design standards give lasting quality

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