Architecture Portfolio Kayliegh Jonkers (University of Cape Town)
Kayliegh I’m a persevering student that graduated from the University of Cape Jonkers Town with a Bachelor’s of Architectural Studies (BAS) Degree seeking an internship opportunity to expand skills and gain valuable real-world Architectural Intern experience in the field. Contact Work History Address: Jul. Volunteer: Macassar Community Exhibition 75 4th Avenue, Belmont 2018 Park, Kraaifontein, 7570 Clint Abrahams, Macassar, Western Cape Phone: 071 055 1818 Helped in constructing exhibition spaces by using recycled E-mail: kayleigh- materials for the local community. [email protected] Reference: Project Leader, Clint Abrahams, clint.abraha- [email protected] Skills Sept. Volunteer: Community Service AUTOCAD: 90% 2018 REVIT: 50% Tafelberg Creche, Zonnebloem, Western Cape SKETCHUP: 100% Wall mural completed for the creche PHOTOSHOP: 50% Reference: Principal, Miss Mieta Basson, 083 362 8942 ILLUSTATOR: 80% Jul. Job Shaddow Personal Info. 2015 SAOTA, Gardens, Western Cape Nationality: RSA Overseer: Architect, David Sharkey Languages: English, Afrikaans Education Criminal Records: none Heath: Excellent Mar Bachelor’s of Architectural Studies Vaccinated: yes 2017 - Nov University of Cape Town, Rondebosch, Western Cape 2020 Graduated Jan 2012 High School Dipoma - Nov Harold Cressy High, Zonnebloem, Western Cape 2016 Subjects: Mathematics, English, Afrikaans, Life Orientation, Physi- cal Sciences, Life Sciences and Geography Participations: Debating club, Chess club and Athletics Reference: Deputy Principal, Mr Behardien, 021 461 3810 Jul. Academic Interventions Program 2015 SHAWCO SHINE, University of Cape Town Subjects: Mathematics, Physical Sciences and Life Sciences Awards: 4th place overall academic achievement Reference: Mr Destory, [email protected] Interests Photography Hand sketching Designing Teaching (Primary school level subjects) i.
Project Contents Mixed-Use Building Zonnebloem, Cape Town 2nd year.....pg 1 4th Industrial Revolution Research Centre University of Cape Town, Rondebosch 3rd year.....pg 11 Sustainable Urban Park Saint Denis, France 3rd year.....pg 27 Landscape Architecture Imaginary Location 3rd year.....pg 39 Photography .....pg 49 Reference Letters ii.i.
Mixed-use Building Zonnebloem, Cape Town 2nd year Introduction The project brief was to design a mixed-use building that speaks to the heritage of District 6 by providing a cultural space in the building that would uplift the community, restau- rants, conventional office spaces, apartments,- and a rent-in studio workspace. 1.
Building perspective 2.
Site The site is located in the fringe area of Cape Town surrounded by Constitution St, Primrose St, Caledon St, and Canterbury St. Urban Fabric 3.
Urban Design Proposal Parking Courtyard Plaza With the design concept being “CONNECTIVITY”, 3 students formulated an urban design proposal for the site. The site therefo1m re consisted of 3 buiMldAinSgSsINwGithEtXhPeLO URBAN DESIGN PROPOSAL Group UDP Individual UDP design proposal, the concept was to connect an outdoor space to each facade of ttmOihhteyNeetbN3chouEbw‘UteChniCrluDordoneTeriPnifldeIendoVncgiresIwtnTelti.cahuogYItyc.idinsec”voo,e.ih,ut3noInyPtnsft’islsniaatts)s(uhwc.rtcpceideaTonihdreshmieginentodperdttfliehcsedit3vtehttefaeuieobadidrlcuuagmisnoilartlnboeoudltcuheldrieaenpeitsewmtpwgsesetlsoaaiuedegrynawnnkn-aldti,nsttrhohcocIeunepotsnerhbtnpptacoenhtaooupeeonsnrcipfnatci‘ogincnoesdotnpsisninvttonroigedofepeutfcshpta‘ttsceirolvoetipstobneyiututn’tebsihielsldetCiccoirnthegiagtvalrachoirtttleuetiyyhvndf’’iestduiisteBoncfsralcooetkhotnoliaeenor-trneysd; otof placinogutcuwlatusratol ahcatviveitaiens oouptpdooosritespdaecaed efnudncsttiorensetins thoelibvueinlduinpg.thI.ee.,sPtrleaceitn;gdesign- ntog cpoacnroknnsenoceptcptaenodsoittuoetdraeotsoiledraesspnttaitcawelobtolfoaeccakacsdhefosfracthareedtaeloilocsfatlorreessidaenndtsr.estaurants oppo- deemsiegnnioont,ffsgtteohsha.enecTshcohiotepoenpofacuotchetsdtepsionttaohgosrrfessa‘tecprpoaeinacnedtetnhisvewinitcdaottuyhitvaethhlicterbyeouf’nuuiitglsdrnehr-cetliaodsptinleetaeasdcUdCRoitBnAohfgsNatDrrEelcSyIeGu’NstlstPuBROrtaPaoOklSeAliLarvycetncivreiutaipetsinthgoeapspntooresdeietet;; es antdheressitteauanradntthseoopuptdoosoirtespCahcaerslya’st eBi-akedreys; igning e deatdheernedndstoref tehtes stoiteliavcetnasuplathzaessptraece-t; dbeloscigksn-for tphaerklcaosocctmoai1vmplmirpteieoesrssicdiitaeelnrtess. idential cks foersthuseeldocfoarl sreosciidalegnattsh.erings. Street perspectives 4.
Building Composition Solar panels Roof garden Apartments Apartments Offices Studio, Student accomodation Restaurant, Gallary Food kiosks Plaza Parking Plant room Public toilets Design Approach The design approach is to design a building that blends into the urban fabric of District 6, by using similar building materials such as masonry and concrete used in surrounding buildings. The facades are made up of an arrangement of rectangles which abstracts a city skyline. 5.
Elevations PRODUCED BY AN AUTODES PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDE PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK S NW Elevation PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION SW Elevation BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION ODESK STUDENT VERSION SE Elevation AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION 3m 6. PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION
Bar Canterbury St. Bob’s Bar Parking PaPrlkaiznag Plaza Constitution St. Primrose St. 1m Primrose St. 1m Charley’s Bakery Constitution St. Ground flooCranterbury St. Charley’s Bakery ’s Bar Canterbury St. Bob’s Bar Parking Parking Plaza Plaza Constitution St. Primrose St. Constitution St. Primrose St. 2nd floor 7.
b’s Bar Canterbury St. Bob’s Bar Parking ParkPilnagza Plaza Constitution St. Primrose St. Primrose St. Charley’s Bakery 1m 1m 3rd floor Constitution St. Canterbury St. Charley’s Bakery b’s Bar Canterbury St. Bob’s Bar Parking ParPkilnazga Constitution St. Plaza Primrose St. Constitution St. Primrose St. Roof 8.
PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERS AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION END. 3m 10.
4-IR Research Centre University of Cape Town 3rd year Introduction The major project (4IR) is about de- sign through digital processes where the form of a building is determined by what can be manipulated digital- ly. The brief is to design a research centre which is located on the UCT campus which engages with ideas related to the 4th industrial revolu- tion. 11.
Conceptual process sketch 12.
Site Site Analysis Site Analys Ecology Analysis EcolPolgayceAsn,aMlyosvisement, USCTSiCtaiemtepuAs Annaalylyssisis Legend stay places main area entrance parking bays buildings pathways Jammie Plaza Analysis of Upper CampusEcEocloogloygAynAanlyaslyissis Figure ground LandPsclaaPpcelaecse, sM, oMvoe-vmeemneFti,gnuPtre,egPoroeupnodleple Landscape LegLeengdend stay sptlaaycepslaces mainmaareinaaernetaraennctreance parkpinagrkbinagysbays buildbinugilds ings pathpwaatyhsways JammJaiemPmlaiezaPlaza FigFuFriieggugrureorugenrodugndround LanLdasncPdaapstLhcesaapne dscape- - Zones Paths Paths Zones paths building vegetation Land zones parking footprint water vegetation built area boundary old zoo 13.
Site Conditions Through analysing the different zones on campus and the movement of peo- ple, the site feels disconnected from the historical campus buildings and activity (locationally), therefore the idea is to transform this isolated site into a space of attraction - designing a building that will sit in contrast to the existing campus buildings. Existing building on site Contours and Slope (2m intervals 14.
Design Approach The research centre uses an interdis- ciplinary design approach such as the fusion of the physical and digital to inform the design of the research centre, breaking away from the his- toric tradition of buildings on campus. The image to the right is a distorted image from google earth - a digital representation of data not fully cap- tured (from the site). This image was taken and digitally transformed into a collage which represents a space. The concept is to translate the visual of that space into a building Digitally manipulated image Precedent Study Archigram (1966 + 1970) created a drawing which is a hypothetical fanta- sy city containing modular residential units that plug into a central infrastruc- tural mega machine. The machine would constantly be moved by cores. These drawings were conceptual ideas never built. The precedent visu- ally represents the spirit of the build- ing concept, and this was conceptu- ally explored in plans and section for the research centre. Archigram, Plug-in city, Peter Cook 15.
Conceptual Sketches Building Composition Water Cafe Lecture Artist’s Labs + feature theatre workspace Offices 16.
Assignment 1.2 Floor PlansPerspective Floor Plans pg 42 Basement Ground floor 17.
AA AA AA AA BB DN BB DN BB UP BB UP DN DN DN UP DN UP AA DN AA DN UP UP BB UP UP DN DN UP UP BB DN DN UP UP 222nnndddfloFFollroooorr 1s11t ssflott oFFrlloooorr AA AA AA AA 1st Floor 2nd Floor DN DN UP UP DN DN UP ProBBBBPceroPscsreoSscAkseADDNN esStsckUP heSetkcsehtecshes BB BB AA BB DN BB DN UP UP 333rdrrddfloFFollroooorr 444thtthhfloFFollroooorr DN 4th Floor pp10m 3rd Floor 10m 10m 18.
Introduction A host of systems and processes amalgamate to bring these visions to reality through the built form. From the stages of conceptualisa- tion & planning, we imagine our buildings as encompassed wholes that are essentially a comprehensive integration of ideas, design, pro- cesses and fabrication. The major project (4IR) is about design through digital processes where the form of a building is determined by what is manipulated digitally. The brief is to design a research centre which is located on the UCT campus. Conceptual process sketch pg 29 Roof Roof ocess SkestechhcetsekS10m spsge3c8orP 4m Short section 19.
ElleeEvvleaavtatiitoioonnnsss 4m NNoo Northern elevation Process Sketches sehcte4kmS EEsaa Eastern elevation 20.
Section Long section 21.
Tecnical Section Technical Section A B CD 23.
D EF 24.
Details Technical Details Detail 1 Detail 2 25.
Detail 3 END. 26.
Sustainable Urban Park Saint-Denis, France 3rd year Introduction The project brief was to design a sus- tainable urban park in the Confluence area of Saint-Denis in France. The aim is to make the neighbourhood safe and desirable to live in. Housing units and a school were to be built on site while preserving certain buildings for the purpose of heritage conservation. The first part of this project (site anal- ysis and urban design proposal) was shared between 2 students and the design of each building placed on site was completed individually. 27.
Conceptual sketch of park 28.
Location France in Seine Saint-Denis Seine Saint- Saint-Denis in Confluence Europe in France Denis Seine Saint- Area in Denis Saint-Denis Confluence Area Coignet site in Con- Coignet site fluence Area 3D Site Views Northern view Western view Southern view Eastern view 29.
Site Analysis Site Analysis Group Work Site Conditions Site Integration Str Analysis 1. C betw apa 2. P Mai 3. S pus the sch ns Site Integration Strategies 4. L sou 1. Creating distanceMai between train route 5a.nB am apartments/school arou pm plaz Nnooisisee Eexxiisstitninggvevgeegtaetiotan tion 2. Plaza space opposite Ssoolalar rpapthath Eexxiisstitninggpapvianvging Maison Coignet 6. C Vviieewwss thro SSitieteIntIengtreatgiornaSttiroatnegSietsrategies 3. Spliting site into two, am t1tmar.aenab1Cinnc.perteCtaesrworrabtaeeumteinaetnetedtnwgi,nnestatdgrscepai/shndaisn-oricstorh-tolaounotcel eand pushing the apartments the street edge and the o2p.M2Pp.aloaPisszlaioateznsaMpCsaaopciisageocnneetopposite school at the back. existing veCgo3ei.tgaSntipeoltniting site into two, existing pa3inv.tiptnoShugeptswlhsitottinri,negpgeuttshseiehtdeinaggpeaartnmdetnhtes to 4. Long green strip at th south edge connecting thescahpoaorltmatetnhtes btoack. 4M. LaoisnogngCreoeignnet the street edge strip at the south an4d. Lthoensgcghroeoeln strip at the e5d.geBocrodnenreincgtinbguildings towsoaurdththeedgtreaicnonnecting to toarMouanisdona Cceonigtrnaeltpublic traMcaksison Coignet 5p. lBaozradering buildings around apt6lhac.rzeCoanurtegraahltitpnhguebjsoliicuterneys 6. Creating jour- neys through the site, 5. Bordering buildings around a central p3u0b. lic plaza
Urban Design Proposal Group Work The sustainable park aims to make Plaza sketch the neighbourhood desirable. Ma- terials used on site include timber Cafe avenues along the perimeter for an extensive release of carbon, of plaza sketch and many trees are planted on site as well. The aim is to neutralize the amount of carbon dioxide that pol- lutes the air. The site receives a high volume of annual rainfall therefore the proposal also caters for storm water collection by placing green roofs on buildings and adding a water feature in the park (which recycles water to the housing units). Solar panels are also located on roofs. The sustainable park also aims to up- lift the community by providing em- ployment by adding a trade shed on site and cafe avenues border the main plaza. The school and trade shed open onto Green park sketch the central plaza. The main route through the site leads to the train sta- tion and public amenities are built underneath this route (timber framed structure). All sketches by K.Jonkers. Public amenities built in underneath timbre framed bridge. 31.
Group Work Apartment units and School Preserved Buildings Trading Shed ster Plan Site Plan ble park aims to make the Site Plan od desirable.Materials used e timber for an extensive bon, and many trees are e as well. The aim is to amount of carbon dioxide he air. The site recieves a of annual rainfall therefore also caters for storm water placing green roofs on adding a water feature in ch recycles water to the . Solar panels are also ofs. ble park also aims to uplift y by providing employment se of adding a trade shed avenues border the main nd trade shed open up onto aza. The main route through to the train station and ities are built underneath ber framed structure). ions 32.
Housing Project The housing project is in the form of lofts with a 2.2m base level and a 1.8m mezzanine level, the total height of the loft is 4m. The roof is occupied with penthouses and glass houses (plants) while the ground floor is oc- cupied with public amenities. the ma- terials used are timber, concrete and glass. The building aims to be carbon neutral. Concept design sketch Concept Diagrams Bordering off Westerly wind Balcony design influ- street edge buffet enced by sunlight oPrjoreojcejetcct t CprrCievaaottieonCnccoooCeufnrspotcyetnameurcdpi-aetlupDatuel pCavDooeliennDlttovrsoeplfloevlmordenpealoocmnncp-rteeemssnsidetenntts Views 3D Roofscape Llife on roof 33.
Building Structure Roof penthouses are made out of composite wood Wood structure Structural elements, including floors and columns are almost all made of composite wood Concrete shafts Stair and elevator shafts are concrete in case of seismic activ- ity. Concrete foundation The building rests on a foundation made of reinforced concrete - basement Enclosure The building enclosure is a prefabricated timber structure which form the balconies. The balconies facing the street have a different facade design compared to the balconies facing the semi-private courtyard. This difference is influ- enced by the way light enters the building. 34.
Plan Introduction 1Ast -p7thaFlorotrment Block Layouts The Housing Project gnet posed to be located i Denis, France. The ho Fixing Errors :) is in the form of lofts 2.2m base level and a Unfortunately, it was realized later that mezanine level, the t the plan layout above would not work height of the loft is 4 in the real world. The layout included roof is occupied with too many shafts/elevators as all the 13 houses and glass hou blocks contained an elevator and spi- (plants) while the gro ral staircase. FLOP! The plans on the right show the re- oor is occupied with worked and more efficient apartment amennities. the mate unit layouts, but not enough time was used are timber, conc left to change every other detail in this and glass. The buildin project therefore the rest of the draw- to be carbon neutral. ings remained the same. Even though faulty, I still felt that I should add this Conceptual D project in the portfolio to show my abil- Plan (1st flo Michietielss in conceptual thinking, exploring 0m 10m ideas and AutoCAD drawings. 35.
Ground floor Building assembly DESK STUDENT VERSION Floor plans 1 to 7 Roof 36.. UCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION UCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION
Plan IInnt Apartment Block Detail Plan LLoofftt PPllaann aanndd SSeeccttiioonn LLaayyoouutt Facing street Facing courtyard Section 37.
Sections and Elevations Elevation: net Facing Impasse Coignet Section Elevation: Facing semi-public courtyard ichelSsection: 0m 10m Facing Rue Charles Michels END. 38.
Landscape Architecture Imaginary Location 3rd year Introduction The Land-thing project was about ‘making’ and ‘process’ by using archi- tectural definitions or discourses to form or inform ways of making archi- tecture/landscapes. The project was spread over 3 phases which explore alternate methods in how to engage with the given site. Methods of draw- ing and making allow expressions in various forms and the diversity of these methods are placed together - this allows for the surfacing of narra- tives and unexpected outcomes. 39.
Land_Thing Project 1 pg 3 ntroduction Land-thing project is about ‘Making Process’ by using architectural defi- ns and discourses to form or inform s of making architecture. The project pread over 7 assignments which ore alternate methods in how to age with site. Methods of drawing making allow expressions in various ms and the diversity of these methods placed together - this allows for the acing of narratives and unexpected omes. Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 pg 4 40.
on king defi- orm oject ng rious hods the ted Phase_1 Site Fracture Weave BREAK CRACK LACEpg 4 SHATTER TWIST RUPTURE FABRICATE SMASH KNIT DIVIDE INTERTWINE FALL INTAOssPigInEmCeEntS1.1 FractureCRISS CROSS BRAAsIDsignment 1.1 As in the previous assignment, the 1. models to the right explore different ways of making through the process of fractur- ing materials / using fractured materials. The duration of each model took 20 min- utes, and the materials used were balsa 1. wood and styrofoam. The third model is a combination of the first and second - using the same methods of construction. 2. 2. 3. 3. 41..
Weave + Fracture Weave + Fracture Assignment 1.2 The definitions used to construct the models in the previous assignment were combined to form a new model - one that uses construction methods of weaving and fracturing to make something new. This model was made using corrugated cardboard, metal nails and string. 42.
Charcoal used to sketch 1 plan and 2 sections of the completed Charcoal drawings model completed Introduction Phase_2 by another student siteChamodel,rcoideaalwasDtorawiblendningsthe different threAsshsioglndmseontf 1th.4e The Land-thing project is about ‘Making Bridging thresholds bridge model and Process’ by using architectural defi- individual models. nitions and discourses to form or inform ways of making architecture. The project is spread over 7 assignments which explore alternate methods in how to engage with site. Methods of drawing and making allow expressions in various forms and the diversity of these methods are placed together - this allows for the surfacing of narratives and unexpected outcomes. 43.. weave + fracture model
Introduction Pencil Drawing The Land-thing project is about ‘Making Phase_3 and Process’ by using architectural defi- nitions and discourses to form or inform Final group model representing the larger site ways of making architecture. The project is spread over 7 assignments which44.. explore alternate methods in how to engage with site. Methods of drawing and making allow expressions in various forms and the diversity of these methods are placed together - this allows for the surfacing of narratives and unexpected outcomes. pg 4
Pencil Drawing Interpreting the group model through an a1 pencil drawing in plan and imagining a landscape that allows elements to flow into each other. 45.
Read the Text Version
Architecture Portfolio Kayliegh Jonkers (University of Cape Town)