Jonathan Le Chung
Jonathan Le Chung is a student studying a double degree of Industrial design and Built environment (Architecture) at the University Of Canberra. He has completed the industrial design section of his degree and is due to finish his studies in architecture halfway through next year.
He has proficient knowledge in materials, processing, manufacturing, sketching and CAD and is passionate about learning new methods and technique which can assist him in designing for others.
Uni Housing 3rd Year Architecture
The Uni housing final design, uses two organizational types to create a structure which resembled a tree and portrayed the idea of the ACT being the bush capital. The design is a tower with a courtyard design at top to have 360 degree of the area high up in the sky.
Underground Public Plaza 3rd Year Architecture
The underground public plaza has aimed in its design to take the flow of circulation from nearby and transform it into form. These ideas of circulation assisted with the positioning of the volume to help recreate these movements. The volumes are extruded from underground creating a public plaza below where people can roam around and enter the performance areas. People can also flow around the facade of the building above in a more open area. The facade of the building is a white sheet metal which portrays the idea of the building being light and makes you want to flow around the building.
Australian Post AR Glasses 3rd year Industrial Design
The AR Glasses are design to help Aid with the safety of the user through: Collison sensors, Dash cam and Navigation