Minski Wade Quayle

Architecture, 2022

Hi, my name’s Minski!

I have always had a strong interest in arts and design of all mediums. My desire to create art and the way art can make people feel and behave is what inspired me to study architecture. I like pushing the boundaries of how we can explore design and the experimental and alternate outcomes that may produce. I value imagination, self-expression and open-mindedness. I have experience using Rhino 3D Modelling and the Adobe suite and am looking to develop my skillset further in a professional setting.

Minski Wade Quayle

Selected Portfolio

Experimental Performance Venue Section (2022)

Experimental Performance Venue Section (2022)

This experimental performance venue was proposed as an adaptive reuse project of the former Commonwealth Bank of Australia Building. It highlighted concepts of drifting, back entrances through alleyways, and the alternate scene.

Manuka Library (2022)

Manuka Library (2022)

1:500 contextual site model.

Gunderoo Festival Shelter Proposal (2021)

Gunderoo Festival Shelter Proposal (2021)

Using the concept of the Yass River, which runs past Gunderoo, I took inspiration from the dynamic and fluid movements. The shelter was proposed as a response to the towns need for a shelter to host events and festivals. The design incorporates the discarded bridge timbers which was requested for use to tie back to the heritage.

Buddah Bellies Material Process - Bus Shelter Competition (2021)

Buddah Bellies Material Process - Bus Shelter Competition (2021)

The Buddha Bellies took inspiration from Andrew Kudless’s P-Wall. This project was a modern take on brutalist architecture. The image displays the process in which these 1:1 scale parts were made using plaster and polystyrene to create a cladding.