So we were given a assignment which is to build a catapult using recycle and found materials. So we came up with a sketch of the materials needed and our catapult.
Sketches of some materials we need. 🔨
The final sketch of our catapult ⚾
It took us about 3 days to build this catapult. Below are some pictures,
Work in progress.we first nailed the structure of the catapult and filled the gaps with some pictures glue.
After we finish building the catapult we decided to paint it with white and brown. 🎨
This was the day where we compete with students from other courses, to see which catapult could hit the boxes given. The range of out catapult to the boxes was 10m, unfortunately ours reached 6m only 😶. But we definitely enjoyed building it together. 🙌
This project involves the production of Revit model of the selected architecture design using Architectural
Components such as Wall, Roof, Stairs, Floor, Curtain Wall, Doors and Windows. At the end of the project, the model
shall be used to generate documentation drawings, using Revit Architecture’s Documentation Components such as
Sheets, Title block, Sections, Room Tags, Schedule & etc.
Final Results :
This project is designed to allow the demonstration of knowledge and understanding
of construction and application from prior projects. Emphasis in producing related
manual construction drawing detail and specification. Technical knowledge is viewed
as something separate from design. One of the aims of this assignment is to develop
an awareness and understanding of the strong inter-relationship between these two
areas of study.
In a group of five, we are supposed to select an ongoing construction project which visibly demonstrates Preliminaries work, Building foundation, Building structure, Staircase and Wall. Our selection should be a medium rise or low rise building not more than 4 story high.
Link to our documentation : https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1n8SQqNrUSRGn2bsa3pGDzyPE5y_eR-Aa055eWaYVo2c/edit?usp=sharing
This is an individual project, we are to design a Weekend Lodging at Kek Lok Tong, Ipoh. Weekend Lodging denotes ‘A place where one escapes for relaxation, recreation and vacation for a short period of time.’ This Weekend Lodging must function as
habitable architectural spaces to enable the activity associated with living, dining, showering, cooking, storage and such within the built up space of maximum 150 m2. The relationship between your design and the context is also important in making the Weekend Lodging unique to its landscape and activity.
In-group of 2,we are to design a picnic pavilion with a maximum volume of 30m3. This pavilion shall include the activities of relaxing, meditating etc. in which furniture and equipment must fit and be incorporated with spatial planning. This structure should correspond to the site that you have chosen. Adequate access, circulation and fenestration are mandatory.
Site analysis and president studies link : https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1HZx_rCtIiCirn0kW0iA6jSO3ce72NpV0oLXLuG3yZ84/edit?usp=sharing
Concept and progress models
To compare the differences and similarities between Sultan Sulaiman mosque and Hagia Sophia.
Video link : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Tfq6aK0-J5BHZSDT9oR7Vlpe2olCOSKZ/view?usp=sharing