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This is a portfolio for Tim Middleton, updated 2012 showing experience and works in the field of Architecture, Urban Design and Green Building

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  2. 2. PORTFOLIO Tim Middleton +84 12 6601 3733 +61 401589230 EDUCATION2007 - 2008 University of Sydney M. Architecture2008 Kyushu University. Japan Exchange (1 semester)2003 - 2005 University of Sydney, Australia B. Design (Architecture/Urban Design and Planning) 1996 - 2001 Merewether High School, Newcastle, Australia
  3. 3. ACHIEVEMENTS2011 Certified LOTUS Accredited Professional2008 Special prize in Australian national Japanese Speech Contest, Open Division2008 1st Place in NSW State Japanese Speech Contest, Open Division2005 Level 1 Japanese Proficiency 2005 Dean’s Honour List (B. Design)2003 Dean’s Merit Scholarship for Bachelor of Design (Architecture) 2001,2004 3rd Place in NSW state Japanese Speech Contest SKILLSSoftware AutoCAD Sketchup Vectorworks Maya Adobe: Photoshop Illustrator InDesign After Effects PreziLanguage Fluent in Japanese (written and spoken) Intermediate VietnameseOther Green Building Urban design Social sustainability and development
  4. 4. REFERENCESGrahame EdwardsDirector Urban Futures 0419 695 062Darren O’DeaESD/Sustainability Manager Inhabit 12 9409 9149Professor Atsushi DeguchiUrban Design / Architecture Kyushu
  5. 5. EXPERIENCE Company Vietnam Green Building Council Period 4/2011- 4/2012 Work Technical Researcher/Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development LOTUS EX (AYAD) program IS TING BU DRAFT C ILDING HECKLIST 16.01.20 Main Projects Technical Development of the LOTUS tial V1.0 12 Residen Existing Building Rating Tool Non- al Man ualLOTUS Technic October 2011 Technical Development and maintenance of other LOTUS Rating Tools Development of Green Building O R SI VE OP OT AT ER L I ON PI &M CE AIN TEN A N Education Modules and exams Participation in conferences on Green Building and Energy Efficiency in Buildings Assistance with certification of LOTUS projects Graphic design work for diagrams, marketing and website materials (including LOTUS covers and website banner below)
  6. 6. 南庭には日差しをコントロー ルできるように落葉樹を中心 内装は自然素材を中心とし、長寿命の に植栽します。 住宅を目指します。 EXPERIENCE Company Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects Period 4/2010- 12/2010 Work Architectural design Concept design Model making Work on presentations for competions and clients Main Projects Competions in Taiwan; Girl’s school dorm in Taichung ZhongXing New TownHUALIEN STATION_ROOF CONCEPT 1 2 Taichung Aiport Hualien train station ・屋根は花蓮の背景になる山を象徴している redevelopment・屋根があがったりさがったり して、ダイナミックな空間をつく  山が海に下りて行く る。 ように、 コンコースからホームや新築の部分から既存の1階の部分が緩やかに繋いでいく Competitions in Japan;・山の谷間から雨水が集まって川に流れるように、 屋根の形によって、 自然に雨水を流しだせる Park in Zushi (Kanagawa)・屋根の形によって気持ちいい風が入る/換気ができる Kyouai gakuen university (Gunma) Eco village project (Yokohama) Kamihira Family House (Tokyo) 1 Location Plan and concept for Zushi Park competition・ 3 屋根の形と実際花蓮駅の後ろにある山が調和する 2 Perspective sketch of a house for the Yokohama Eco village ・屋根によって、既存の立面が面白くなり、駅の再生ができる competition 3 Perspective of proposed addition to Hualien Station
  7. 7. EXPERIENCE Company Level Orange Architects Period 2/2009- 1/2010 Work Management of projects Communication with consultants/ clients Preparation of DAs/CC Documentation and Construction Documentation Architectural design and detailing Attending design meetings and site Main Projects Crown Ln Wollongong (DA): 9 storey commercial/residential 1 Bronte Rd, Waverly (DA/CC/CD): Legend 3 storey retail/residential DA APPROVED ENVELOPE LB LETTERBOXES PW Chittaway Bay (DA): PRIVACY WALL 6 5 4 3 2 1 Single dwelling 3925 10895 3800 1650 7720 Enmore Rd Newtown (CD) RL 98.10 ROOF 4 storey retail/residential3000 RL 95.10 SECOND FLOOR ‘The Cazzie’ Kingsford (CD)3000 NOTES: 8 story retail/commencial/ BRONTE RD RL 92.10 FIRST FLOOR COUNCIL REQUIRES, WHEREVER POSSIBLE, THE USE OF RENEWABLE residential TIMBERS AND/OR PLANTATION TIMBERS3000 AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE USE OF NON-RENEWABLE RAINFOREST TIMBER PRODUCTS RL 89.10 GROUND FLOOR APPROX RAMP 2m @ 1:8 APPROX RAMP 5m @ 1:14 G 24/08/09 Section 96 Approved-amendments as per consent conditions F 11/08/09 Amendments for ventilation of3000 OX APPR @ 1:4 bedrooms 7.4m RAMP @ 1:8 APPRO X E 05/05/09 Section 96 issue RAMP 2m RL 86.24 BASEMENT CARPARK D 31/03/09 Amendments to section 96 issue60 C 20/03/09 Amendments to section 96 issue B 18/03/09 Amendments to section 96 issue A 06/03/09 Preliminary section 96 issue NO. DATE NOTE THE BUILDER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SETTING OUT OF THE WORKS, THE CHECKING OF ALL DIMENSIONS AND LEVELS ON SITE, AND THE REPORTING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES TO THE PROPRIETOR PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF 3925 10895 3800 1650 7720 WORK. DO NOT SCALE FROM DRAWINGS. SECTION A - A 6 5 4 3 2 1 2 1 Perspective of the Crown Ln project W: 6 5 4 3 2 1 T: (02) 93175100 F: (02) 93175150 3925 10895 3800 1650 7720 2 Long Section through the Bronte Rd, Waverly project PO Box 6350 Alexandria NSW 2015 Client Zanet PTY demonstrating heritage considerations/view from the street LTD RL 98.10 ROOF Address 235-239 Bronte RD 3000 Charing Cross RL 95.10 SECOND FLOOR Project Proposed Mixed Use 3000 PW Development D RL 92.10 FIRST FLOOR
  8. 8. EXPERIENCE Company Urban Futures Group Period 2/2006 - 2/2008 (1 year full time) Work Urban Design CAD and presentation work Communication with sub consultants/clients Main Projects Sovereign Hills, NSW (New town, pop: 11 000 near Port Macquarie) G4 Project, Kazakhstan (4 new cities) 1 RIPARI AN EDG E STAGING FER AN BUF RIPARI Parking Provided on ground over 3 future sites BTP 4 1 BTP 5 Site Ready for Development BTP 8 BTP 7 Circulation Path Utilised for access to Car Parks BTP 1 BTP 3 Parking Structure built to replace on ground BTP 2 parking as demand rises BTP 6 CP1 1620 sqm 1960sqm CP 2 216 spaces (4lvls) 2 Continued development of street edge moving from 260 spaces (4 lvls) the Main Street Westward CONCEPT Activation of the internal streets by development Activation of internal of the 4 quadrants streets in the first block N Pedestrian circulation spine 2nd Parking Structure to meet demand DRAWING AT 1:1000 Main vehicular circulation Continuation of 3 circulation path connecting BUILDING SITE AREA BUILDING GFA PARKING the BTP (sqm) FOOTPRINT REQUIRED BTP BTP1 1560 1260 4610 154 spaces BTP2 1620 1090 3270 109 spaces BTP3 2330* 610 790 26 spaces CALCULATIONS BTP 4 1730 1040 2720 91 spaces BTP 5 1410 920 2400 80 spaces N TOW RE BTP 6 3520* 1050 3150 105 spaces CENT BTP 7 1130 840 2150 72 spaces CONTEXT 4 BTP 8 1540 840 1940 65 spaces WAY total 14840 7650 21 030 702 spaces GH *figure includes area of Car Parking Structure Y HI Completed development OXLE CAR PARKING PROVIDED IN STRUCTURE 476 of the whole BTP including CAR PARKING PROVIDED IN STREETS 121 The Northern sites 1 Concept Design for Sovereign Hills Town Centre (Urban total 597 Research Strategy Design Project Title: PORT MACQUARIEurbanfutures SOVEREIGN HILLS BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY PARK Drawing No: 06 - 044 1 of 22 3 group Futures Group) BTP CONCEPT DESIGN Date : 10/10/06 2 Concept for Business Park in Sovereign Hills 3 Block Sketchup model of Sovereign Hills Town Centre
  9. 9. ACTIVITIES Competition Green Roof Domain 2010 This competition was for students, architects and designers in Japan, the brief being to imagine a new type of public space. I considered the abundant underused roof space existing in our cities and imagined a new vibrant space, connecting rooftop to rooftop. By introducing ROOF STRUCTURE PLAYGROUND PET AREA VEGETABLE GARDEN planting on the roof, the precious resources of rainwater and sunlight are used as in nature, to produce food, shade and a space to relax and enjoy.GREEN ROOF DOMAIN This space becmae like a park climbing over the city and connectingevery part of the urban fabric to the natural edge, where the city meets nature. It also connects workplaces and activities and to everybody’s front door. This public space is dependant on current technologies and the changing values of society, leading us towards a stronger relationship, intertwined and dependent on the natural environment. PUBLIC SPACE FROM UNDER-UTILIZED ROOFSPACE Our cities consist of vast areas of underused roof space. In this age of sustainability and reducing waste, this presents an oppurtunity to create a new vibrant space, connecting rooftop to rooftop. By planting plants on the roof, the precious resources of rainwater and sunlight are used as in nature, to produce food, shade and a space to relax and enjoy. This space is like a park that climbs over the city and connects every part to the natural edge, workplaces, activities and to everybody’s front door. When moving through the Green Roof Domain you can forget that you are in the HOTEL city, as all of the urban structure and cars are on the layers below you. OFFICE HOTEL This public space is dependant on current technologies and the values of society, leading us towards a stronger OFFICE HOTEL relationship, intertwined and dependent on the natural environment. OFFICE HOTEL OFFICE RESTAURANT SHOPPING RESTAURANT STATION SHOPPING APARTMENT STATION CITY HALL APARTMENT SHOPPING LIBRARY DENTIST OFFFICE CAFE APARTMENT STORAGE CITY HALL APARTMENT SHOPPING APARTMENT APARTMENT SCHOOL APARTMENT APARTMENT APARTMENT APARTMENT APARTMENT PARKING CITY HALL APARTMENT SHOPPING APARTMENT APARTMENT SCHOOL APARTMENT APARTMENT APARTMENT APARTMENT PARKING STUDIO OFFICE CAFE WORKSHOP GARAGE PARKING WAREHOUSE STORAGE PARKING PARKING/BUS STOP PARKING/BUS STOP WORKSHOP PARKING
  10. 10. ACTIVITIESVolunteer Habitat for Humanity (Cambodia) Harmony Farm (Cambodia) March-April 2010I participated in a Habitat for Humanity build fora family in a rural area near Siem Reap. Habitat forHumanity provides loans for poor families so theycan build a basic house, giving them a foundation tolift themselves out of poverty. The family is requiredto put in “sweat hours” into building the house andvolunteers also join with them and support the build.After completing the volunteer program with HabitatI also volunteered at a orphanage and school inanother rural area called Harmony Farm near BengMelea temple where I helped experiment with cowdung walls, built a window for the orphanage andassisted with the design and planning of a new housefor the children.
  11. 11. PROJECT: CAVE WALK 2nd Semester 2008 - (Digital Studio) The cave walk explores the potential for a new underground space and passageway connecting Wynyard Station and the soon to be developed Barangaroo site in Sydney. This design studio focused on digital design and process. A combination of 3D modelling (Maya), liquid modelling (Real Flow), animation (After Effects), CAD, Rapid prototyping, and hand-modelling advanced the design. In researching space, network/station, movement and flow, the metaphor of caves was implemented to contrast with the experience of walking through tunnels in the city XRAY VIEW OF TUNNELS and the rigidity of the urban horizontal and vertical dimensions. The space is dynamic, varying in scale and quality as well as being well connected with the world above. The path of the tunnels was extracted from a flooding of the city with liquid in Real Flow and then connected to key intersections, parks and paved areas. This consequently became not only the human access but an opening allowing light, ventilation and a visual connection with the above ground. The quality of light moving as in an oculus across the surface of the tunnel provides experiences, unique to particular times of the day and year. The materiality is bare sandstone, exposing the natural layering of rocks. The resulting space provides the user with an increased awareness of the sky and the earth, both of which areWINTER 10:30 WINTER 12:30 WINTER 14:30 SUMMER 10:30 SUMMER 12:30 SUMMER 14:30 obstructed in the modern city.
  12. 12. C C 配置図 1:500 構造ダイヤグラム 3 ? PROJECT: 3 FLOATING FAMILY A A A A A A 1 1 C 1st Semester 2008 - (Exchange) C C 4 平面図_1階 1:50 平面図_2階 1:50 平面図_3階 1:50 断面図_A 1:50 The design process for this residential project began B B B 1 2 1 2 by “designing” the family. In contemplating the differences between family life in Australia and Japan I also noticed many commonalities. One such is the change over time as the family grows with the arrival 0年 5-10年 5-20年 32年 新婚夫婦 子供2人 子供3人 子供の自立 (MAX) 客室・茶室 A A A 柔軟性:家族構成シナリオ_3階 1:100 立面図 1:50 of children and then shrinks again as they leave home. 断面図_C 1:50 1 This house explores a type of flexibility allowing a C great variety of space formation in the bedroom level 断面図_B 1:50 (3rd). The outside translucent walls are formed by 平面図_3階 1:50 segments of circles of set radii, allowing a partitioning of space by dividers of the same width. As the walls can be placed anywhere on the pivot, larger and smaller rooms with interesting plans can be sectioned off according to the needs of the changing family. 断面図_C 1:50 The site is a a long rectangle in a traditional Japanese “Machiya” area of Fukuoka. In keeping with the 2 3 streetscape, a flat facade was employed, giving hints of the design by a slight overhang of the curved form over the street. A courtyard/garden is possible on the site by lifiting the building off the ground plane. Access to the rooms is by spiral staircases allowing free vertical circulation. 1 Progressive plan showing usage of space at different stages of the family cycle 2 Long Section through house 4 5 3 Model showing courtyard and floating bedrooms above 4 Sketchup Render looking from carport 5 Sketchup Render aerial view
  13. 13. CR (1-3) +2.4 CR (1-2) PROJECT: HAKOZAKI PRIMARY SCHOOL +1.2 CR (1-1) +0 手洗 手洗 +0 +0 メディアルーム +0 低学年入口 (履き替え) 舞台 +0 ビジター・先生の駐車場 -2.0 幼稚園の遊ぶゾーン +0.5 (varies) 低学年の遊ぶゾーン 1st Semester 2008 - (Exchange) (観戦スロープ) 体育館 -1.0 (観戦スロープ) Hakozaki is a very flat suburb on the river delta of Fukuoka Japan. Visiting the existing school, one thing (観戦スロープ) (観戦スロープ) 運動場 -2.0 メイン入口 観察池 校長室 事務室 +0.2 that stood out was the process in Japanese schools of “hakikae”. Whenever you move from inside to out the +0.2 (観戦スロープ) (観戦スロープ) 野菜の栽培  職員室 one must always change shoes at a specified change -0.8 スポーツ設備 準備 -2.0 理科 -2.0 生活科・家庭科 -2.0 準備 PC -0.5 音楽 -1.0 高学年入口 (履き替え) -1.2 手洗 -1.0 手洗 -1.0 CR (3-2) -1.0 CR (3-1) +0.2 掃除の 倉庫 +0.2 印刷室 +0.2 職員室 -0.8 会議室 -0.8 in level. This can be a complex design issue, but also has potential to be used as an organisational element. With the 2 observations, flat terrain and “hakikae”1 2 I decided to challenge the typical flat section of Hakozaki while exploring the idea of level change. Another intention in the design was to turn the school “inside-out”. Most Japanese schools are buildings floating in the middle of the site, the remaining space becomes the grounds. In order to create a presence on the street as well as make the playground the gathering point I moved the built form to the edge. In a celebration of these concepts, the lunch rooms form a bridge connecting the 2 sides of the school. They are half sunk into the ground, with the displaced earth forming a hill for watching sports on the playing fields. Classrooms follow a module which are connected3 4 to other classrooms by a shared semi-indoor space consisting of stairs which are both play area and oustide learning space. 1 Sketchup Render aerial view 2 Ground Floor Plan5 3 Sketchup Aerial Perspecctive 4 Sketchup view from classroom across playground 5 Sketch Long Section through playground
  14. 14. 17. PROJECT: 1. STONE PAVING 19. GARDEN OF WONDER 2nd Semester 2007 - (Urban Studio) 2. 150mm CONCRETE 20. SLAB 3. GRADED AGGREGATE BASE FOUNDATION 4. SUB- GRADE SOIL 5. DRAINAGE PIPE 6. 250mm REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB 18. 7. WATER PROOFING MEMBRANE 8. COMPACT FILL Questacon, the National Science Museum in Australia approached the Sydney University Architecture 9. STEEL PLATE 10. 400mm BY 800mm CONCRETE PAD FOOTING 11. 100mm HEBEL BLOCK WALL 12. 50mm TIMBER BATTERN 13. 20mm BY 85mm WOODEN PANELS faculty, seeking input of ideas for an outdoor 14. 30mm BY 85mm WOODEN FLOOR BOARDS science park, “The garden of wonder”. This had many challenges as a student project, including the scale of 15. 75mm BY 300mm WOODEN FLOOR JOISTS @ 1275mm C 16. 15mm PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR 17. ALUMINIUM FLASHING CAP 18. POLYCARBONATE PANEL the project (over 1 Ha site), the significance of the site1 19. STEEL C- SECTION 20. STEEL FLANGE PLATE 12mm 21. 220mm DIA STEEL HOLLOW COLUMN 22. 150mm PLASTIC DOWN PIPE (located in the parliamentary triangle, Canberra) and the specialised nature of the building type and brief. 1. In Canberra, the buildings there are generally 2. 3. 4. monumental structures in free space leading to two 12. 13. main problems. The first is a lack of human scale, 11. 21. especially for the pedestrian. The second issue is a loss of identity as all the buildings compete with each 14. other for prominence in a void-like space. For this reason my design partner and I decided to take the 5. 16. 15. 6. 8. 22. idea of a “walled garden” to begin challenging the 9. existing condition. The walls would be the permanent buildings, creating enclosure. This wall was then2 3 GF 1:20 broken down for permeability and access and then the garden was seen to grow in an organic way from these solid walls. One such buildings is the linear biodome which bulges on the inside of the park from a more solid, but perforated wall to the outside. The theatre which became known as the “lantern” is a translucent geometric structure which forms a cloud around the solid theatre element.4 1 Wall, access and organic growth concept diagram 2 Aerial perspective of the garden 3 Construction section through the lantern wall 4 Elevation of the Linear Biodome wall
  15. 15. PROJECT: MARRICKVILLE 1st Semester 2007 - (Sustainable) This studio began from theoretical research with strong focus on the socio-cultural aspects of sustainability. My project took on the issue of car dependency and movement patterns through Sydney. High dependence on cars has significant effects on the urban design and even architectural design of our cities. My brief became to determine what could 3 Marrickville could look like if cars were drastically restricted and applied this to the design of a whole1 city block. Research revealed over-concentration of employment, retail and other zones in certain areas. By the break down of this concentration, one’s daily needs could be reached in a short walk or trip on public transport. This lead to the idea of a series of ”nodes”, which are pockets of employment, retail and services for the community. The nodes are connected by pedestrianised streets which lead to train stations, bus stops, etc for access to other specialised services or other parts of the city. 4 The design became less constrainted by roads, parking and setbacks allowing more amenity, with a range of open spaces to intimate walkways. Apartments were designed with a variety of outdoor spaces including shared courtyards and rooftop terraces as break out space allowing light and ventilation. 1 Proposal for community nodes (Orange), connected by pedestrianised streets (blue) to train stations (black) 2 Sketchup, Possible organic form of a node containing residential, retail, community facilities, business and services 3 Quality of a “street” in a typical node. Higher density, but 2 5 higher amenity. 4 potential redevelopment of Marrickville Station, utilising its connection to the rest of Sydney 5 Screenshot from sketchup animation showing a journey through the pedestrianised streets of one of the nodes.