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Exercise 2 El Puerto MAMM Medellin, Colombia

Akmal Afandi Azhar Unit 22


OVERALL PAVILION DESIGN AND EXPLANATION

Within group 5 we have tried to create an atmosphere that extends from the more closed in part of the pavilion (where the office and storage is located), and the more open end, (where the grandstand and stage balcony is located). Our proposal is to create a hanging garden above head. The primary structure supports a roof structure. This roof structure then supports numerous verticals that will, above the roof, create a structure for trellis to be mounted, where the plants will grow and inhabit. This roof structure will also create a frame in order to hang hammock fabric growing sacks, as well as hanging baskets from. Below the roof structure, these verticals will protrude above head height, creating an undulating interior landscape. We propose that these verticals will act as mounts for the bird boxes, as well as structure to support a maintenance and access walkway on one side, (with a ladder mounted between two structural verticals). We would like these verticals to be decorated with traditional molas designs at the bottom, and be able to be touched and navigated around by the users. The cladding on the rear left as you look at the image opposite, will be pine boarding between the structural verticals. The gap between the verticals will then become vertical light slits. The cladding on the rear right of the pavilion, will incorporate tensile fabric panels, so that when the rain is directed away from above head by the maintenance platform, these panels will become wet, aiding in the cooling of the space and subsequently the rest of the pavilion. The stairs aim to provide an open air grandstand area to watch theatre and projections from the balcony opposite. Along the stairs are hammock seats which allow audiences to sit and enjoy the shows. There are seats for one person or a couple. Seats at the lower positions are like beach lounge chairs made with hammock fabrics. The sitting angles are adjustable by rolling the fabric at the upper rods (like a curtain), so the users can customize the seats themselves with turning handles. Next to the hammock seats are folding tables extruded from stair treads, which can be used when users are seated on the hammock seats. The first five steps on the stairs are flipping treads, which can be flipped to vertical positions to prevent people from accessing the pavilion when it is not in use.

Preliminary Idea

First Proposal

Structural Model

England

Transport to Medellin

Final Model

Medellin

Timeline of Pavilion Evoltion


General Framework

Designated Part

Cross Ventilation

Front Elevation

Sun Path Diagram

Side Elevation

N. +7.85.

N. +5.75.

N. +2.70.

N. 0.0.

Secci贸n Longitudinal Escala 1:100

Green Roof

Grand Stand


Proposed Site DÍAS DEL AIRE

PEOPLE DYNAMICS IN CIUDAD DEL RÍO

People density First Proposal

MAMM

12 PM Adult

organic market

40%

assistance

Pureto MAMM Project

Concerts and workshops

10 AM

60% 80%

Third Proposal

Kids

25%

7 PM

4 PM

20%

15% 30%

10%

An Industrial City in first half of 21st century

seniors

Medellín was an industrial city in the first half of 21st century. In 1950, the Medellín Master Plan (Plan Piloto) was proposed to transform the valley into a more modernized metropolis.

cycle ride yoga and guided walks

20%

young

Pets

All last Sundays of each month. cycle ride

Since MAMM transfers to the new headquarters, this area was reactivated with new housing projects and cultural uses that generated the appearance of a series of ongoing activities that have fluctuating and give vitality to the park. Some with mayures flows during certain days increase the flow of people moving into the park and the ongoing transformation of the site in terms of its use of space.

organic market

DÍAS DEL AIRE

yoga and guided walks

zone 4

activities

This analysis shows how these activities happens in the park, time lapses they take, what kind of audience frequent it, schedules, mobility into the park and the furniture that conditioned various types of activity.

Medellín River drains away industrial waste and natural wind drives away polluted gas

Medellín Piloto Master Plan proposed in 1950 by Paul Lester Wiener and José Luis Sert created the railway network for transporting raw materials and finished products.

factories were built along the river, residential houses near these factories provided labour

Chosen Proposal

Concerts and workshops

Plano parque ciudad del río MAMM

growth of city into commercial

and administrative center from Antioquia 1948 - 1970

Medellín River

ej Belén neighbourhood (provides labour for industries)

Picnic

MAMM

factories gathered around the river

Site Section

3

city spreads and grow up towards the mountains

Second Proposal

Site investigation by UPB friends


Group 5 Individual Interest

Bathing House to Defend Tourism Stage Set for Storytellers

Bath House for Executive Pop-up Outdoor Dining Space Local History Enthusiasist Dwelling Retreat for Idealistic Imagination

Megan Townsend

Joanne Preston

Lilian Lam

Akmal Azhar

Flood Platform

Smoking Chamber

Cultural & Educational Exchange Piers

Baby Orang Utan Sanctuary

Transformable Park Bench

Traditional/Urban Monument


Preliminary Ideas

Openable wall enclosure

Transformable seating

Overall form

Historical representation

Hanging planters arch frame

Trellises panels


Work Delegation

Grand Stand

OVERALL PAVILION DESIGN AND EXPLANATION

Within group 5 we have tried to create an atmosphere that extends from the more closed in part of the pavilion (where the office and storage is located), and the more open end, (where the grandstand and stage balcony is located). Our proposal is to create a hanging garden above head. The primary structure supports a roof structure. This roof structure then supports numerous verticals that will, above the roof, create a structure for trellis to be mounted, where the plants will grow and inhabit. This roof structure will also create a frame in order to hang hammock fabric growing sacks, as well as hanging baskets from. Below the roof structure, these verticals will protrude above head height, creating an undulating interior landscape. We propose that these verticals will act as mounts for the bird boxes, as well as structure to support a maintenance and access walkway on one side, (with a ladder mounted between two structural verticals). We would like these verticals to be decorated with traditional molas designs at the bottom, and be able to be touched and navigated around by the users. The cladding on the rear left as you look at the image opposite, will be pine boarding between the structural verticals. The gap between the verticals will then become vertical light slits. The cladding on the rear right of the pavilion, will incorporate tensile fabric panels, so that when the rain is directed away from above head by the maintenance platform, these panels will become wet, aiding in the cooling of the space and subsequently the rest of the pavilion. The stairs aim to provide an open air grandstand area to watch theatre and projections from the balcony opposite. Along the stairs are hammock seats which allow audiences to sit and enjoy the shows. There are seats for one person or a couple. Seats at the lower positions are like beach lounge chairs made with hammock fabrics. The sitting angles are adjustable by rolling the fabric at the upper rods (like a curtain), so the users can customize the seats themselves with turning handles. Next to the hammock seats are folding tables extruded from stair treads, which can be used when users are seated on the hammock seats. The first five steps on the stairs are flipping treads, which can be flipped to vertical positions to prevent people from accessing the pavilion when it is not in use.

Green Roof


First Presentation COLOMBIAN PAVILION - MEDELLIN

GROUP 5 - GRANDSTAND AND ROOF TOP ARBOUR 1

Megan, Akmal, Joanne, Lilian

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

12

10

13

11

View throug h roof 1 - Trellis structure

7 - Ladder to access maintenance walk way

2 - Extended verticals

8 - Decked landing

3 - Roof structure

9 - Hammock seats

4 - Pine cladding

10 - Fixed treads

5 - Primary structure

11 - Flipping treads

6 - Maintenance walk way and drainage slope

12 - Folding tables 13 - Suspension cables

MATERIAL LIST

1 Verticals 1 - Sawnwood cuadre of 4 x 4 cm 2 Structural verticals 2 - Sawnwood stringer of 4 x 8.5 cm 3 Panels

3 - Sawnwood duplex tablet 4 - Cylindrical timber alfarda de 5 cm

4 Ladder

5 - Sawnwood planks 5 Deck

6 - Sawnwood stringers

6 Structural connections

7 - Sawnwood planks 8 - Steel rod

7 Stair stringer

9 - Hammock fabrics

8 Rod connections

10 - Sawnwood duplex tablet

9 Hammock seats

11 - Steel

10 Stair treads 11 Turning handles

12 - Steel cables

12 Suspension cables

Preliminary visualisation of pavilion

Materiality


Beach chair inspiration

Ideas Brainstorming Grand Stand Overal structure

Straig ht posture

Relax posture

Fli pping threads Rendered preliminary image

Jointings

Central stringer reference

Locking mechanism

Fixed threads


Jointings

Ideas Brainstorming Green Roof

Vertical elements references

Single truss

Corner jointing

Vertical & horizontal jointing

Rendered preliminary image Clamps system

Fabric jointing

Perpendicular jointing

Overall structure

Trusses jointing


First Feedback


1:10 Model Demonstrating the actual jointing systems

Overall roof structure

Connection to floor

Locking mechanism

Clamp system

Top view

Stair stringer


Transporting Process England - Medellin

Unpacking

Packing into each other suitcases

Transporting

Rebuilding


Sequence of Construction

Basic frame

Floor beam

Stair threads

Roof trusses

Roof beam

Stair stringers

Perpendicular trusses

Overall structure


Verticals jointing

Canopy hook

Clamps

Making Process

Clamps

Roof trusses

Balustrades


Platform

Fli pping threads

Making Process

Locks

Cables

View from underneath

Hammocks position

Cables


Manipulating the Local Crafts Woven Plastic Basket

Final product

Colombian woven plastic basket

Weaving process

Fixed hammock to create a personal enclosure

Unweaving the basket


Experimenting with the Local Crafts Individual Tests Hanging basket

Hammock

Weaving panels

Hybrid materials


Final Models

View from interior

Side View

Hanging planters

Aerial View

View towards entrance


Organic market

Cycling picnics.

Picnics

Yoga or workouts

MAMM

MAMM

Actors & Roles

12PM concerts and workshops

adults 10AM organic market

25% 15%

children

40%

20%

youth

4PM picnics

children

pets

Participants in Días Del Aire

10AM organic market

adults

15% children

20%

Activities by time in one day

10%

20%

elderly

held in front of the ht. This attracts lots meet in the area.

Activities by timein in one one day Activities by time day

Another popular activity held in front of the 8:00PM museum is the cycling night. This attracts lots of cyclists to gather and meet in the area.

Another popular activity held in front of the museum is the cycling night. This attracts lots of cyclists to gather and meet in the area.

7:30PM

95%

7:00PM

8:00PM

60% Total no. of people: 2,000

40%

MAMM

95%

7:30PM

60%

10% 6:30PM

Cyclists distribution

7:00PM

Picnics in the park Maintenance Worker (Gardener)

Being one of the few green spaces in theChildren city, Ciudad del Río Park provide a desirable location for picnics.

Cyclists distribution 4:30PM elderly

5%

Picnics in the70%park

10%

Teenager/Adult

elderly

MAMM

40%

6:30PM

4:30PM

10%

60%

6:30PM

MAMM

adults 10%

2:00PM

5% 2:00PM

MAMM

15%

Being one of the few green teenagersspaces in the city,youth Ciudad del Río Park provide a desirable 8:30AM location for picnics.

15%

70% teenagers

youth 8:30AM

Users distribution

Users distribution

4:30PM 8

elderly adults

8

Total no. of people: 2,000

10% 95%

7:00PM

7:30PM

Cyclists distribution

ark

8:00PM

40%

MAMM

adults

picnics

“Meeting the Pedal”

“Meeting the Pedal”

green spaces in the k provide a desirable

4PM picnics 4PM

80%

7PM cycling,7PM yoga and cycling, yoga and guidedguided walkswalks

pets

Participants in DíasParticipants Del Airein Días Del Aire

dal”

80%

20%

youth

elderly

pets

60%

40%

20%

youth30%

12PM concerts and workshops

60%

40% 10AM organic market

25%

30% 15%

10%

7PM cycling, yoga and guided walks

elderly

Cycling

25%

80%

20%

Picnics

MAMM

60%

30%

10%

adultsOrganic market

12PM concerts and Yoga or workouts workshops

Total no. of people: 2,000


Pavilion Cycle Day & Night

1

2

3

4

5


Different Events in the Pavilion Normal Mode & Performance Mode

Pureto MAMM Project Pureto MAMM Project

Pureto MAMM Project

“Días Del Aire” “Días Del Aire” “Días Del Aire” launched last Sunday “DíasisDel Aire” isevery launched every last Sunday of the month to promote use of the parkuse of park of the month tothe promote with markets, exercising havingand having withcycling, markets, cycling, and exercising picnics. picnics.

“Días Del Aire” Organic market Organic marketPicnics

“Días Del Aire” is launched every last Sunday of the month to promote the use of park with markets, cycling, exercising and having picnics.

MAMM

children

adults

adults

25%

25%

15% children

15%

10%

30% 10% 20%

Organic market

Picnics

Cycling

Yoga or workouts

MAMM

Picnics Cycling

elderly

20%

10AM organic market

youth

elderly pets

adults 25% children

15%

12PM 12PM concerts and concerts and workshops workshops

10AM organic 60% 40% 40% market

30% youth

pets

ParticipantsParticipants in Días Delin Aire Días Del Aire

12PM concerts and “Meeting the Pedal” “Meeting the Pedal”workshops Another10AM popular activity heldactivity in front of the Another popular held in front of the museum is the cycling night. This night. attractsThis lotsattracts lots museum is the cycling organic 60% of cyclists toofgather meet themeet area. in the area. cyclistsand to40% gatherinand market

Cycling Yoga or workouts Yoga or workouts

MAMM

20%

80% 20%

60%

80% 4PM picnics

4PM picnics

7PM 7PM cycling, yoga and cycling, yoga and guided walks guided walks

Activities byActivities time in one day in one day by time

8:00PM

8:00PM


Local Climate Adaptation Retractable Canopy


Final Detailings Reflecting Local Culture

Woven Colombian plastic basket

Colombian hammock


Collaboration Works Group 5 & Group 6

N. +7.85.

N. +5.75.

N. +2.70.

N. 0.0.

Secci贸n Longitudinal Escala 1:100

The Bartlett + UPB Team

Roof Design Extension

Group 6

Indoor Office Space

Pavilion 5 & Pavilion 6

Outdoor Viewing Balcony


El Puerto MAMM


Pavilion Project Portfolio