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A COLLECTION OF PROJECTS WHICH REPRESENTS ME AND OUR WORK FROM ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL


INTRO

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STUD ARCH (KADK) The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation BA 2013 - 2016 MA 2018 - 2020

Adrian Hildrum Reventlowsgade 16, 1.th 1651 COPENHAGEN +45 93 93 45 42 a.hildrm@gmail.com

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INDEX RETHINKING ROLES S. 6 - 15

ATELIER / WORKSPACE S. 42 - 47

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HOUSING

DRAWING / FORTE

S. 18 - 29

S. 32 - 39

SUSHIBAR_HOLMEN

SELECTED WORKS

S. 50 - 53

S. 54 - 61

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RETHINKING ROLES S H A RI N G I N F O R M A T I ON IN TH E 2 1 .CENTUR Y

/ 2015 / 5.SE , BA SITE: PROGRAM:

PROCEDURE

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RETHINKING ROLES FORTE MAGHERA, MESTRE LIBRARY. EXPANSION OF AALBORG UNIVERSITY IN ESBJERG . DIGITAL INFORMATION /STORAGE /SHARING CONNECTING CITY / HARBOUR

5.SEMESTER / BACHELOR / KADK


Analysis of selected Work

TECTONICS / PROGRAM / PHENOMOENOLOGY LOUIS KAHN / EXETER LIBRARY Exeter, New Hampshire, U.S (1972)

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CULTURAL METROPOLIS? Esbjerg desperately needs an expanded cultural platform. As Denmark’s 5th largest city, there are way too few cultural offers. After discussing with several of the locals, it can be understood that Esbjerg is a little “rougher” city. Where the vehicle is prioritized, sport is a “human right” and the interest for culture the only Libraries (BLUE) within a radius of 1987.1 meters, one can discuss Esbjerg access to information. For a city with the big vision “ENERGY METROPOL” by the year 2020 so it may seem like a kind of distance between the port and the city in terms of development. We are talking about a relatively large growth in jobs, students, newcomers, etc. About the port will expand the scale mentioned in Esbjerg Municipality 2020 VISION, so it is a challenge that the city should follow in the form of growth.

ELSE

RBIND

STIFO GENDE ENHEN G) SAMM RØNNE RIN G EN (D

KONSENTRERT GRØNT AREALE (BYMIDTE)

If we look at the main library of Esbjerg today, there is a uncertainty what the place want to be. The functions of the building is divided into a center (recreational), middle (information) and external (niche). The exterior can also be divided into two storeys where the lounge includes reading rooms and administratively offices. It seems that citizens are happy with this library. What could this place be after closing time? And how could this place bind the citizens together? How will the new campus and the associated Library participate and create new cultural scene in Esbjerg?

BYPARKEN (SENTRUM AV SIRKEL)

KLEVESTIEN (SYKKEL/MOTION /VANDRE/AKTIVITET)

4.

3.

fig. A1

1000 m DEN GRØNNE RING

1 : 40 000

1.

PLAN FOR CONNECTING HARBOUR WITH CITY The city’s location on the slope (Kleven), lying over the harbor and sea is an unique spot in Danish topography. The dynamics between Esbjerg Harbor and the city is vital for Esbjerg to even exist . Kleven (3) is as a starting point planned to improve the relationship between city and port through activity and some selected urban spaces for recreation. There is a trail linking West with the East, but also dock harbor with downtown. At the core of this compound is hollow gade and city p​​ ark (4 / x), which is the catalyst in this situation. If we subtract the optics further out and see the city as a whole, we can clearly see a green ring surrounding the city. Which has the purpose of providing the outskirts, a recreational haven, where the outside have the same opportunity. There is a defined path in the green ring (1) which also binds west with east, and the designated locations which occur along it. The recreational areas in the city center is the physical that binds the green ring (1) together across. The vision is to enable the wedge through our programming, specifically in area (x), and let it be the source and the node that can establish the relationship between the port and the city that Esbjerg municipality wants to achieve. There are also some qualities (4) in the selected area that we hope to reinforce through the respective functions. By looking at the “green ring” (1) in relation to Kleven (3) we could sense that this is a context in motion and want to reinforce this where it stands in stark contrast against Esbjerg overall urban. The hovedprogramet are located down the docking port, where our functions placed in (x) will be a kind of link with the port.

Through strategic transformation of infrastructure and landscape, we hope to achieve densifying activity / culture / citizenship. A university that will help to enable a place that lies deep in Esbjerg history and culture. RELATIONSHIP Esbjerg is a city that largely has its foundation in the harbor, literally the harbor is the reason for Esbjerg existing today. Previously it has been Denmarks primary fishing village, but over time the fish population has been greatly reduced. Today the town serve as provider of energy such as oil, transport and wind power. The port represents Esbjerg on a , visually, physically and especially mentally level. After the terrorist attack on World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, made a major impact on safety and procedures. As a consequence, only the employees and related that have access to the port, apart from a small section south-west (see Fig. A1 / 4) where the local / visitors have the opportunity to interact with the ocean. The process behind Esbjerg harbor has done great things for Esbjerg city, but apparently it has largely distanced the local people from the port. A place that beholds Esbjerg’s history and symbolism on their maritime culture. The program’s intent is to improve the relationship between the port and the city where the university is more than just the physical building, but also a connection between local residents and the corporate in Esbjerg.

10m

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(SOURCES) ESBJERG KOMMUNES 2020 VISJON / ESBJERG BYPLAN ESBJERG HAVN & ESBJERG KOMMUNES PLAN FOR SAMMENHÆNG

100 m

1 : 4000


1 : 40 000 1000 m

1:20 000

1000 m

MEDIUM PRESERVATION VALUE

LIBRARY

GREAT PRESERVATION VALUE

MUSEUM / ARCHIVE

CULTURAL HERITAGE

MUSIC / CONSERT PLACE

INTERSECTIONS NEW CAMPUS GROWTH / TREES THE RECREATIONAL PATH HEAVY TRANSPORTATION POTENTIAL CONNECTION PUBLIC ACCESS (HARBOUR) PLANNED MAIN CAMPUS (AALBORG UNIVERSITY)

10m

100 m

1 : 2000

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INFO- DEN DIGITALE ALDER

FORBINDELSE

FORBINDELSE

01000011 01001111 01001110 01001110 01000101 01000011 01010100 01001001 01001111 01001110

01000011 01001111 01001110 01001110 01000101 01000011 01010100 01001001 01001111 01001110

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RELATIONS The library will be integrated into the transition that takes place from the center of the port, also known as the closet trail (city park). A rupture with the original urban structure and its characteristic grid structure, where guardians who are based on its own axis. A new transition that binds port

VOLUME / CONNECTION (STUDY) A study in the size of the main function, (LIBRARY / 800 m²). Where the extra function, (compound) is positioned as a bridge directly from the city context, through the Library / city park and then down at the harbor.

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Som en del av universitetet er Biblotek mitt hovedprogram, men jeg vil gjerne definere og utfordre begrepet, for hva er et biblotek? Hva kan et biblotek? Klassisk kan man si at et biblotek er en samling av kilder, arkivering / disponering av info. En informasjonsbank, hvor innskudd er viten og rentene er utvikling. Den første asosiasjon man får (som regel) når man hører ordet BIBLOTEK er bøker, og riktig nok har bøker vært et medie for informasjon. Hele prosessen fra den gang munker som de lærde i skriftspråkets kunst, manifisterte sin tro i mørk kalligrafi på tungt underlag. Igjennom Gothenbergs store revolusjon i trykkerimetode og fram til den dag i dag. Her sitter jeg, året er 2015 og hvert symbol som danner ordet som en del av setningen som utgjør teksten kreves den minimale energi. Et rolig trykk fra min finger, som fører plastikk brikken ned igjennom aluminium coveret, et signal i form av elekrisitet til computerens prosessor. Herved står budskapet klart fram, som sort blekk på hvit papir. Som informasjon, hvor det fysiske har blitt erstattet med null og ett. Distanseringen som gjorde oss rikere på kunnskap, men fattigere på den menneskelige relasjon. Computeren er selve tilstanden vi lever i

100 m

idag, og det er nåtidens medie som holder og deler den informasjon vi søker. Det spørsmål som definerer mitt program er hovedsaklig : “Hva er et biblotek om 100 år ?” Igjennom en undersøkelse gjort av CENGAGE LEARNING våren 2015, hvor 3000 studerende fikk spørsmålet “Why Go to the College Library?”. (Se fig. Nedenfor) Man kan tydelig se de mest populære, hvor computerer ligger høyt oppe, generelt det å studere og referanser. Derimot det som overrasker meg mest er de andre ting som personer gjør på bibloteket, satt opp som en kontrast mot den klassiske periode. Det er en interessant utvikling hvor begrepet (BIBLOTEK) stadig er i bruk men programmet har blitt fragmentert til noe mer åpent. Som de klassiske bibloteker en gang i tiden var høyt profilerte med majestetisk uttrykk og en fornemmelse av den akademiske ånd. Det store leksikon er byttet ut til fordel for en informasjonsbank med tastatur og skjerm. Blyanten erstattet av et avatar i plastikk form, som også kommer med en mus.

1 : 1000

management along with city and thus the city to port. This new order will manifest on top of the violence and go on a controversial compromise with port management. The hierarchical symbolism as the current building characterizes be fragmented and lifting symbolic value of education / knowledge. This new connection and function will

PROGRAM (A)

PROGRAM (B)

be a tale of01001001 a city that exists01100001 solely01110010 01001110 01100011 01101000 01010100 01000101 by an industry Where 01010010 acting 01010011 harbor.01101001 01110110 01000101 01000011 01100101 01001001 guardians 01010100 who live on a thin red 01001111 01001110 line between a 01101111 heavy synergy, the 01100010 01101111 01101011 01110011 00100000 exposing harbor culture of the city on 01101001 01101110 01110100 01100101 one side, while reducing the distance 01110010 01101110 01100101 01110100 that characterizes 00100000 01110011the residents and 01101111 01100011 01101001 01100001 Esbjerg harbor at this time. 01101100 00100000 01110100 Guardians01110011 who should consume 01110101 01100100 information01111001 in the same way as

PROGRAM (C)

distribution, archiving and exposure. 01010000 01010101 01001100 This is01000010 information generator. 01001001 01000011 00100000 00101111 00100000 01000011 01010101 01001100 01010100 01010101 01010010 01000001 01001100

FLOW / COURSE

LEVELS

PRESERVE / PROGRESSION

TECTONICS

The course will stretch from downtown to the harbor, as an additional program shall this compound enhance the relationship between the port and the city. The Course through the library will be a part of the public space. The connection / Library will open early in the morning and close late in the evening, which can help to make Kleven city park to a more attractive area.

The programming is based on a simple division, where books are abandoned in favor of computer. A room with a possibility for the student to withdraw for something more private, where the central line in space is more public.

The big discussion about how much something is worth, compared to Esbjerg harbor culture they have a few buildings worthy of preservation down at the harbor. Havneadministrationen is one of those, I go on a compromise, Where the facade is intact, but the insides disappear in favor of a relatively large room for mainframe computer.

The construction should be built up in-situ cast concrete pillars to be a parameter of the light openings. The concrete should have a rough surface as a consequence of the formwork. Inspired by bunkers from World War II and Louis Kahn, then the goal is to create a timeless look.


INFO / SHARING

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Fortetning av ESBJERG by (DANMARK). Strategisk utvikling av byens visjon om eksponentiell vekst i form av Energimetropol. Med konsentrerte fokuspunkter innenfor energi / utdannelse / kultur / internationalisering / livskvalitet .

SHARING INFORMATION

INFO- DEN DIGITALE ALDER Why Go to the College Library? Som en del av universitetet er Biblotek mitt hovedprogram, men jeg vil gjerne definere og utfordre begrepet, for hva er et biblotek? Hva kan et biblotek? Klassisk kan man si at et biblotek er en samling av kilder, arkivering / disponering av info. En informasjonsbank, hvor innskudd er viten og rentene er utvikling. Den første asosiasjon man får (som regel) når man hører ordet BIBLOTEK er bøker, og riktig nok har bøker vært et medie for informasjon. Hele prosessen fra den gang munker som de lærde i skriftspråkets kunst, manifisterte sin tro i mørk kalligrafi på tungt underlag. Igjennom Gothenbergs store revolusjon i trykkerimetode og fram til den dag i dag. Her sitter jeg, året er 2015 og hvert symbol som danner ordet som en del av setningen som utgjør teksten kreves den minimale energi. Et rolig trykk fra min finger, som fører plastikk brikken ned igjennom aluminium coveret, et signal i form av elekrisitet til computerens prosessor. Herved står budskapet klart fram, som sort blekk på hvit papir. Som informasjon, hvor det fysiske har blitt erstattet med null og ett. Distanseringen som gjorde oss rikere på kunnskap, men fattigere på den menneskelige relasjon. Computeren er selve tilstanden vi lever i idag, og det er nåtidens medie som holder og deler den informasjon vi søker. Det spørsmål som definerer mitt program er hovedsaklig : “Hva er et biblotek om 100 år ?” Igjennom en undersøkelse gjort av CENGAGE LEARNING våren 2015, hvor 3000 studerende fikk spørsmålet “Why Go to the College Library?”. (Se fig. Nedenfor) Man kan tydelig se de mest populære, hvor computerer ligger høyt oppe, generelt det å studere og referanser. Derimot det som overrasker meg mest er de andre ting som personer gjør på bibloteket, satt opp som en kontrast mot den klassiske periode. Det er en interessant utvikling hvor begrepet (BIBLOTEK) stadig er i bruk men programmet har blitt fragmentert til noe mer åpent. Som de klassiske bibloteker en gang i tiden var høyt profilerte med majestetisk uttrykk og en fornemmelse av den akademiske ånd. Det store leksikon er byttet ut til fordel for en informasjonsbank med tastatur og skjerm. Blyanten erstattet av et avatar i plastikk form, som også kommer med en mus.

B

LAPTOP & TABLET

PRINTED MEDIA “BOOK”

HARDDRIVE RAM VITAL COMPONENTS

BACKUP

MAINFRAME CALCULUS

A

B

DIGITAL INFORMATION PROVIDER “CLOUD”

20m

10m

1m

EXPLODERT AKSONOMETRI 1 : 200

EKSPLODERT AKSONOMETRI 1 : 200

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5m 10 m

10 m PLAN ( B )

1m

5m

10 m

10 m

PLAN ( C )

1m

5m

5m

12

1m

1m PLAN ( C )

PLAN ( B )


1m

1m

5m

5m

10 m

10 m PLAN ( A )

PLAN ( A )

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FORBINDELSER

KIRKEGAD

E

JYLLANDSGADE

MØTEPUNKT / STRATEGI

B

HAVNEGADE HULEVEJ

NOR DRE D

OKK

E20

AJ A

Ø

5m

14

10m

K DOK E STR

AJ

50m

1m

5m

10 m

IN


VEKST / TRÆR

NNGANG / UTGANG

1m

5m

10 m SNITT ( A2 ) 1 : 100

1m

5m

10 m SNITT ( A2 ) 1 : 100

SITUASJONSPLAN 1 : 500

1m

5m

10 m SNITT ( A1 ) 1 : 100

1m

5m

10 m SNITT ( A1 ) 1 : 100

SNITT ( X ) 1 : 100

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DEL + HELHED Fortetning av ESBJERG by (DANMARK). Strategisk utvikling av byens visjon om eksponentiell vekst i form av Energimetropol. Med konsentrerte fokuspunkter innenfor energi / utdannelse / kultur / internationalisering / livskvalitet .

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43 094 km²43 094 km²

4 FAMILIES pr. km24 FAMILIES pr. km2

43 094 km²43 094 127,99km² PERSONS per km² 127,99 PERSONS per=km²50 000 PERS.

200 000 BEES pr. Km2200 000 BEES pr. Km2 170.000 BEEFAMILIES 170.000 BEEFAMILIES = 1000 BEEFAMILIES = 1000 BEEFAMILIES

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It varies from some thousands It varies tofrom some thousands to 80 000 individuals in 80 an beefamily 000 individuals in an beefamily

THE 5 BIGGEST CITIES OF THEDENMARK 5 BIGGESTMAKES CITIES OF DENMARK MAKES ( 33,44 %) OF TOTAL POPULATION ( 33,44 %) OF TOTAL POPULATION

CA. 6 000 000 CA. 0006BEES 000 Total. 000 000 BEES Total.

5 627 235 HUMANS 5 627Total. 235 HUMANS Total.

= 50 000 PERS.


HOUSING A STORY ABOUT BEES, AND HOW THEY AFFECT OUR EVERYDAY LIFE .

QUEEN

20 mm

In a beehive there is normally only a single queen, but if an old queen dies or is too weak, there will be grown more larvae into potentiall quens. A queen can be up to 5-6 years and can lay up to 2,000 eggs a day. Beekeeper‘s will often replace the queen when it is not more than 2 years old. , queens that are bred are marked with a colored spot, which has an international code of year of birth.

DRONE ”,

Beyond the working bees, there are a few hundred drones. These are haploid eggs, meaning that they have not been fertilized by a male bee. Their main function is to fertilize the second queens. They are also helping to regulate temperatures in a hive. Unlike the other working bees Drones fly freely around to other beehives and fertilize other queens.

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WORKER / 2015 / 4.SE , BA

HOUSING + APICULTURE

SITE:

SAXOGADE, COPENHAGEN

PROGRAM:

HOUSES FOR YOUNG AND SOCIALLY “disadvantaged” PEOPLE. FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM COPENHAGEN MUNICIPALITY THROUGH VOLUNTEER WORK WITH BEES IN THE BUILDING. AND PROFIT FOR COMMUNITY by SALE OF SURPLUS HONEY (CAFÉ)

PROCEDURE:

4.SEMESTER / BACHELOR / KADK

13 mm

Working Bees can be divided into various categories, on the basis of the various positions they have in the Hive. Their function is defined by their age. This is controlled by a youth hormone. They start as cleaners, and later in life end up as collectors or soldiers.

, ,QUEENKEEPING, CLEANER, LARVAGUARD,

CONSTRUCTION WORK

SOLDIER AND STORAGE WORK

COLLECTORS, BUT SOME BEES IN THIS CATEGORY IS SOLDIERS, THEIR WHOLE LIFE

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DISTANCE honeybees will forage (birth / distance from watery area) average change in beehive weight within 18 days. Distance in METER / RADIUS And the weight of the hive which is reduced.

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0m

+11,5 kg

800m

14,3 kg

1600m

10,5 kg

2400m

9,6 kg

3200m

8,2 kg

4800m

6,2 kg

6400m

2,3 kg

8000m

-1,35 kg

9600m

-2,8 kg

11200m

-3,9 kg


COPENHAGEN

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VESTERBRO

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GREEN ROOF /+ THICK LAYER SOIL FOR LOCAL WATER STORAGE. (Result of the Copenhagen Climate Adaptation Plan, where they expect an increase of precipitation by 25-55% by 2100) WHERE WATER ALSO PERFORMED ON THE hydroponically FACADE.

STAIRS Which CONNECTS PRDUCTION WITH COMMON AREA

FRAMING OF BUILDING, WEATHERPROOF PANEL WITH PIGMENT TREATED WOOD + WIND BARRIER

STAIRS BETWEEN “SAXOGADE 8” AND THE NEW HOUSING

FRAMING OF BUILDING, WEATHERPROOF PANEL WITH PIGMENT TREATED WOOD + WIND BARRIER

PRODUCTION / HARVEST, FILTERING AND PACKING OF HONEY. DUAL HIGH ROOM THAT ALSO CONSIDERED ONE OF THE BUILDING COMMON AREAS.

HYDROPONIC WATERINGSYSTEM, PROVIDING OPPORTUNITY FOR THE “GREEN FACADE” WHERE WATER PICKUP FROM ROOF IS DELIVERED TO THE FLOWERS THROUGH THE AUTOMATIC WATERING SYSTEM . TIMBER CONSTRUCTION, SIMPLE GRID STRUCTURE

RACK CONSTRUCTION PROVIDING THE TRANSPARENCE, WHERE TIME IS THE DECISIVE FACTOR FOR THE EXPRESSION OF THE BUILDING (GROWTH) COFFEE BAR / RETAIL OF HONEY (PROFIT) PROFIT RESIDENTS

THE GREEN FACADE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE PROJECT THERE IS A PARKING LOT, BY PUTTING UP A GREEN FACADE THE NEW BUILDING WILL CONTRIBUTE SOMETHING GOOD TO THE AREA. WHERE SYMBIOSIS BETWEEN PLANTS and BEES MAKES ONE FORM OF ENERGY FOR THOSE WHO LIVE IN Saxogade. The growth rate is also INVOLVED IN VARY the expression of the building, WHERE transparence IS BIGGER in the winter, THEREOF MORE LIGHT TO THE INNER ROOM. WHERE IT OCCURS densifying in the summer AND GIVES A NATURAL SHADE TO RESIDENTS. THE HYDROPONIC IRRIGATION GIVE OPPORTUNITY FOR a DIVERSITY IN PLANT TYPOLOGIES AND CAN BE CUSTOMIZED BY THE PEOPLE LIVING THERE.

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EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC VIEW 1 : 225


THE BEEHIVES FUNCTION IS TO SANK SURPLUS HONEY. A HIVE CAN PRODUCE UP TO 90KG OF HONEY IN A SEASON WAS, BUT THE MEDIAN IS ABOUT (15.87KG). THE BEES MAY ALSO PROVIDE ECONOMIC, POLITICAL, SOCIAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL BENEFITS FOR SOCIETY. BEES IS A PART OF POLL SPREAD TO 30% OF ALL GREEN WE EAT. IT MAKES THE ESSENTIAL FOR FOOD PRODUCTION AND NOT LEAST THE GREEN SPACES WE CONSIDER ON A DAILY BASIS. ITS ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT AS MUCH AS THE SOCIAL / POLITICAL DISCUSSION. THROUGH COPENHAGEN CITY BEES UNION CAN THE DISADVANTAGED IN SOCIETY WORK WITH THE ASSOCIATION BEES, WHERE THEY GET MONEY FROM THE SALE OF HONEY. THROUGH A PARTNERSHIP

WITH THE ASSOCIATION, COPENHAGEN MUNICIPALITY AND THE LOCAL BUSINESS AROUND, IS THE VISION TO HELP THOSE WHO WANT TO LIVE CENTRALLY, BUT AT THE SAME TIME ARE FINANCIALLY UNDERDEVELOPED. WHERE IN RETURN SPENDS PART OF THEIR FREE TIME TO MAINTENANCE AND HARVEST THE BEEHIVES. SO THE MUNICIPALITY CAN HELP TO REGULATE THE RENT. WORKING WITH ANIMALS CAN HAVE A POSITIVE EFFECT ON THE PSYCHE, AND THE BEES HAVE A POSITIVE EFFECT ON THE ENVIRONMENT.

OUTER COVER (Lined with metal sheet)

INNER COVER (Vent hole)

HONEY SUPERS

QUEEN EXCLUDER

DEEP SUPER

BOTTOM BOARD (Entrance)

THE HOUSING UNIT IS MEANT FOR AN INDIVIDUAL PERSON OR A COUPLE. THE IDEA IS THAT THE MOST PRIMARY NEEDS WITHIN A REASONABLE SIZE HELPS RESIDENTS WITHIN A REASONABLE PRICETAG. WHERE CUBICMETERS IS PRIORITY OVER SQUAREMETERS. SLEEPING FACILITIES IS RAISED TO GIVE ROOM FOR A BATHROOM, A WALL THAT SEPARATES KITCHEN FROM BATHROOM THAT CONTAINS ACCESS TO WATER, INTERIOR WALLS IS COVERED WITH 25mm plywood. BATHROOM IS A HALF METER NARROWER THAN “SLEEPING AREA”, WHERE IT MAKES ROOM FOR A SMALL STORAGE SHED BESIDE THE GATEWAY. THERE IS A SMALL WINDOW ABOVE BED PROVIDING OPPORTUNITY FOR AIRFLOW, AND A SMALL AMOUNT OF REFLECTED MORNING SUN. EACH UNIT COMES WITH A ALTAN, WHICH IS THE semi-public ROOM WHERE THE NEIGHBORS MEET OR THE VISUAL CONNECTION WITH THE SURROUNDINGS.

AXONOMETRIC UNIT 1 : 50

25


B

A

C

D

A

F FACDE / ELEVATED VIEW

1 : 100 B

SPATIAL RELATIONS PRODUCTION / LIVING

C

SKETCH / PRODUCTION

D

SKETCH/ INTERIOR UNIT

E

SKETCH / HYDROPONIC FACADE DETAIL

F

STUDY IN THE GEOMETRY OF A HEXOGON.

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E


EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC VIEW 1 : 100

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(木漏れ日) KOMOREBI “sunshine filtering through the leaves of a tree (or trees)”

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X B

A

X

DETAILED SECTION 1 : 25

PLAN(SECTION) (A + B) 1 : 200


A

B

SECTION (X) 1 : 75

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DRAWIN

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NG / FORTE / 2014 / 3.SE , BA SITE: PROGRAM:

DRAWING FORTE

FORTE MAGHERA, MESTRE COMMON HOUSE FOR RESEARCHERS IN CONSERVATION (PAINTING OG SCULPTURE) EXTENSION OF HALL FOR STUDENTS -ARTSCHOOL IN VENEZIA / FINE ARTS PROGRAM (FLEXIBLE SPACE) -EXHIBITION -WORKSHOP / STUDIO -BOAT ACCESS / CONNECTING VENEZIA COMMON HALL FOR SLEEPING.

PROSEDYRE:

3.SEMESTER / BACHELOR / KADK

In the town of Mestre is a fort dating back to the 17th century, Forte Maghera. After a long period of military units Non-current (including Napoleon’s guidelines for the design), the municipality has decided that instead should be opened up for public and local plan specifies that the local entrepreneurs and various educational institutions are entitled to some of the buildings at the fort. After a few days in our field trip, we met a group of students from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, where they showed us their yard. They said that the military had donated the building to the students, where they could paint their large pieces during the summer. They work on site because there was not room for all students at the school in Venice. Their hall had some good architectural qualities, light and air conditioning was not one of those. With hot summers and relatively cold winters makes the space rather hard to work in. Another problem was transport, to get the paintings out of Mestre and in Venice demanded a car to train and train over to the island. These parameters were shaping my program for the project. Where essentially the given program was to create a common house in the countryside for a group of visiting scholars, in my case there were researchers in conservation (Art / skulpur mm.) Where the meeting with the local happening through public housing (Workshop / Atelier / Showroom), which is also a connection to the water which enables transport by boat to Venice (I cooperate with Forte Maghera nautical club). The design comes from two ports from the original plan, which has previously been connected between the mainland and the fort. The dramatic cuts they create through the man-made landscape, giving a strong expression, which was the inspiration for my design. Where the transition between land and water provide the dynamic sense of time through reflection, but also of the nature that makes the place to the green oasis in the industrial town of Mestre.

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N C

E

B

D A

1 : 500

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A

F B

C

G

D

E

F

G

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workspace researchers

workspace students

SKITSER / ANATOMI

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1

ALUMINIUM COVER

1

STONES

5

WOOD

2

STEEL

6

CONCRETE

3

GLAS

7

SOIL / EARTH

4

INSULATION

8

2 7 3 1 4

7 5

6

1 : 75 8 2

3

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ATELIER/ WORKSP

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/ PACE

COPENHAGEN

(KONSEPT / TEGNING) *INNRAMMING *KOMPOSISJON / FLATER

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ANALYSING THE QUALITY OF SPACE, INFRASTRUCTURE, DEFINING “PLACE”

CONSTRUCTION WHICH FRAMES THE “PLACE”, AND PROTECTS FROM THE ELEMENT

ADAPTING TO LIGHT CONDITIONS

/ 2014 / 2.SE , BA SITE: PROGRAM:

PROCEDURE:

Atelier / Workspace REFSHALEØEN, COPENHAGEN Workspaces for the specific professions - Painter - Sculptor - music producer + exhibition space and three bedrooms. 2.SEMESTER / BACHELOR / KADK FUNCTIONS A: SLEEP B: COMMON AREA C: EXHIBITION SPACE D: ATELIER / WORKSPACE

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COLLAGE / GENIUS LOCI

STUDY IN SHAPE

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4 Xeno (and xen) derives from the Greek ξένος (Xenos, pronounced ksenos) and means “guest” or “foreign”. A Sushibar at Holmen in Copenhagen, an old military ordnance area with roots far back in Danish history. A very interesting example of how globalization has affected our daily routine and not least one’s own culture. An article published by Politiken, December 2011, shows that sales of sushi has 8 doubled in the past 10 years, this was in Denmark. It is also interesting how

Scandinavian Architecture often refer to Japanese building culture, and the opposite. In my project I refer to two materials which often have been used in both ends. Concrete + Three. During the process, I applied for the harmony of the two materials create the contrast and texture. After I read an article about “xenophobia” that is fear of the stranger. It was described some cases of parasites. And how they take another body to adapt and live on. I was

curious about the concept and worked on with it. The islet is full of old industry, with a heavy foundation of concrete and stone. And our “site” is a sensational concrete block of 25 square meters, where one clearly understands its affiliation to the old industry. Part of the task required a bridge to get across to this concrete block, so that the guest can get out and be waited with fish in Japanese fashion. The bridge is the first step. A wooden structure that grows out of the water’s edge, reaching out to grasp the concrete

block. Second, you reach the concrete structure which holds the kitchen & a total of ten seatings. The wood structure is the dynamic, warm, organic contrast to the already existing cold, brutal concrete. Wood is therefore to inventory as the sushi bar, the beating heart of the whole structure. Where it adapts lives of stick on concrete block. The reason that there are slim wood beams is to give it an interesting play of light and a more dynamic feel. When moving around or past

so it will be constant variation in the facade texture. It is also based on a system where there is equal distance between the slats through the structure. From this principle comes table, bar and a small pier where boats can add. It’s a very closed sushi bar, with only a few direct vision. The idea was to frame a few qualities to the area where is. while it provides a varied spatial experience on the basis of what time of day it is, where slats are placed in front of most daylight. The wood provides a

comfortable warm reflection, which stands in contrast to the cold concrete and the Nordic weather. With a more intimate atmosphere, where people in Scandinavia have an urge to pull into the intimate space. There is a maximum capacity of 10 people plus 3 chefs inside. In the summer when there is good weather, there will be opportunities for takeout and seating on the bridge.

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ABSTRACT One of the great architectural concerns of today is preservation - either in terms of restoration, a sentimental issue of conserving cultural identity or a question of transforming (or demolishing) outmoded buildings and cities to optimise growth and living standards - a compromise between efficiency and sentimentality. In near future, we will arrive at a point where we have to address a far more urgent issue: The climate change. An issue that could impact not only the life of the cities of today but whole nations - economically, demographically and politically. An issue that would add a new dimension to the way we think about preservation: fore and foremost 56

we have to preserve the earth. As an old photo, the unspoiled presence of history in Pyramiden inspire us to reflect upon our present day reality: the coal mining industry has left a one kilometre long black track stretching out on the mountainside of Pyramiden - once a symbol of prosperity, now a scar reminding us of our share in the climate change. Simultaneously, the effects of the climate change are not only present in Pyramiden, but visible in terms of the dramatically melting Nordenskiöld Glacier on the other side of the fjord. Concurrently with the vanishing glacier, the town of Pyramiden will over the next century be permanently flooded - making a preservation or transformation of the

town a temporary venture. As an epicentre of climate changes, the location of Pyramiden is the ideal site for a drastic statement that will bring the worlds attention to the gravity of the changes. Drawing the contours of time in the landscape of Pyramiden, the Hour Hand is aiming at making us conscious of the fact that every second is precious and that we need to take action before it is too late. The Hour Hand refers to the symbolic value of the monolith in Kubrick’s film “2001: A space Odyssey”, where it guides mankind through the stages of consciousness finally leading to the Nietzschean stage of ‘Übermensch’ - in this case ‘enlightenment’ or distinct

awareness of the seriousness of the climate change, animated by a dramatic view of the Nordenskiöld Glacier one kilometre off the ground. Also, the sensation of the inexcusable height of the Hour Hand points to the fact that the problem is too big to ignore. This reference, together with its unprecedented height, underscore how The Hour Hand is a highly conceptual materialisation of a vision, ideally instigating a movement towards global common solutions to the environmental crisis, preserving the earth for future generations.

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CREDITS:

ADRIAN HILDRUM ANTON BOMAN TOBIAS HENTZER DAUSGAARD

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/ 2014 / WORKSHOP, 3.SE

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ABSTRACT A study in materials and anatomy through drawing. (1 : 10) where the section reveals the different joints and relations between the specific materials.

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MATERIALS / FARNSWORTH HOUSE MIES VAN DER ROHE Plano, Illinois Research WORKSHOP / MATERIALS ADRIAN HILDRUM JAMES ANSTEY MAGNUS G. LIHN MAGNUS STRØM PEDER LODDING


MATERIALS: STEEL CONCRETE SLABS GLASS PLYWOOD TRAVERTINE

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FIELD WORK VENEZIA

SITE: Campo Anzolo Rafael, Venezia PROGRAM: PROCEDURE:

Research of spatial relations ( Drawing / Forte ) Field work

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