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CONTENT

01

CASE STUDY

02

CEILING SYSTEM STUDY

03

SITE ANALYSIS

04

DESIGN IDEAS

05

SCHEME : MINIMAL SURFACE

06

SCHEME : STICKS ITERATION

07

SCHEME : FOLDING HEXAGON

08

FOLDING HEXAGON : FINAL PROPOSAL

09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION


01 CASE STUDY


01 CASE STUDY

INTRODUCTION

SWOOSH PAVILION 2008 Summer Pavilion, Architectural Association students, Bedford Square, London

The pavilion has been designed and constructed by students in Intermediate Unit 2 att th the A Architectural hit t l A Association i ti S School h l off A Architecture hit t (AA) (AA). Its It timber ti b components t were fabricated, again by the students, at the AA’s workshop in Hooke Park, Dorset. The Project is an exploration of contemporary tools and techniques of architectural modeling and visualization. It incorporates new fabrication methods and digital crafting techniques such as computer-integrated manufacturing. The aim is to experiment with – and exploit to the full – the imaginative spatial and material effects that can be extracted from these new-found techniques. Design Brief: create a pavilion for 100 people with some level of enclosure


01 CASE STUDY

DESIGN CONCEPT

Concept: Valeria Garcia; Scheme design with Katarina Scoufaridou and Joy Sriyuksiri; development with Zamri Arip, Naoki Kotaka and Eyal Shaviv. Concept of the Swoosh Pavilion came of studying the deformation of an optical model in 2D. Optical qualities were extracted from the visual dynamic and interpreted p in 3D –the flow and movement. “We wanted to create an interactive space where people could share different experiences, like holding informal meetings, sitting, having lunch — all under one roof,” says student Eyal Shaviv.


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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

As for the form, fluidity was the driving factor. “The main goal was to create a sense of flow,” says student Katrina Scoufaridou. “We have used many vertical pieces, but because they are connected to form a grid, the whole structure has a sense of cohesion.” The plan is devised around two setting points, A and B, and two identical columns, A01 and B01, which run between the two. From the setting points, 30 more columns spiral outwards in each direction, creating a completely symmetrical form. Columns A01 and B01 form an archway, 3.3m in height. The remaining columns then get taller as they cantilever out to create a partly enclosed space.


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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

At column B17 and A17, the pavilion reaches its highest point of 4.5m. From here, the beams reduce in height, height eventually reconnecting with the floor to create benches at the tail end of each spiral. Ten equally spaced beams run in the voids between the columns, with the spacing becoming increasingly dense as the length of the columns reduce. “The beams get closer and closer together until eventually they are close enough to form a comfortable seat at the ends,� says Katrina Scoufaridou.


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DESIGN PROCESS

Software programs Rhino and AutoCAD were used to design the original concept: AutoCAD mainly for measurements and labeling, and Rhino for quicker modeling and 3D visualization. The pavilion’s complex geometry meant they had to switch from a computing scripting model to handcrafted 3D models, calculating many details by themselves.


01 CASE STUDY

TEAM WORK

Design Team Leader – in charge of the transition between design drawings into construction drawings. Workshop Leader – in charge of the production process in the workshop. workshop Architectural Association Tutor – Guidance and support. Consultant – Structural Engineer from Arup – Lighting concept consultant from Illumination Works Contractor – Assisting in on site construction and crane operation.


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FABRICATION

Need separate pieces for accurate lining up of cuts and hole has to be drill in an angle manually. “Because there are so many separate pieces, we had to be very vigilant in labeling, separating and storing them all,� says Shaviv.

CONSTRUCTION

On site safety measurements and working with contractor.


01 CASE STUDY

MATERIAL

The structure is made almost entirely out of Kerto, a laminated veneer lumber donated by Finnforest. Students cut 549 beams from the 27mm sheets using a CNC machine. Since the 62 columns were too large to cut from one 51mm sheet, many were formed out of two or three separate pieces. pieces


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CONNECTION

A variety of bolts connect the beams and columns, although most are M12 hexagonal. The students decided to use bolts rather than screws so the structure could be more easily dismantled and rebuilt. “The easiest solution would have been to drill straight through,” says Shaviv. “I t d we created “Instead, t d pockets k t for f the th b bolts lt with ith pre-cutt h holes. l Thi This way, you can reuse the bolt and you don’t cause any damage or weaken the structure. With screws, reassembling would have been a problem.”


02 CEILING SYSTEM STUDY


02 CEILING SYSTEM STUDY

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

Architecture Building Reflected Ceiling Plan


02 CEILING SYSTEM STUDY

DOCUMENTATION OF RAILS AND FIXINGS


02 CEILING SYSTEM STUDY

EXISTING CEILING SYSTEM


02 CEILING SYSTEM STUDY

LIGHTING SYSTEM


02 CEILING SYSTEM STUDY


02 CEILING SYSTEM STUDY

REFLECTIVE CEILING PLAN - LIGHTING SYSTEM


02 CEILING SYSTEM STUDY

LIFT ANALYSIS


03 SITE ANALYSIS


03 SITE ANALYSIS

MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY ARCHITECTURE BUILDING G/F

General Site Analysis Diagrams


03 SITE ANALYSIS

TIME LASPE PHOTOGRAPHS ON SITE

Shots taken every 5mins from 11:45 to 15:30 on a weekday at Architecture Building G/F as a test run to observe people activities on site. It was found that a shot every 5mins is not recording the people movements and the time interval is too short as well.


03 SITE ANALYSIS

VIDEO RECORDING ON SITE

Video was filmed from 6:00 to 24:00 on weekday at Architecture Building G/F to gather information such as people movement and pattern of people gathering at different period of times. Information is then translated into diagrams.


04 DESIGN IDEAS


04 DESIGN IDEAS

CONCEPTIAL IDEAS


04 DESIGN IDEAS

CONCEPTIAL IDEAS


04 DESIGN IDEAS

CONCEPTIAL IDEAS


04 DESIGN IDEAS

CONCEPTIAL IDEAS


04 DESIGN IDEAS

CONCEPTIAL IDEAS


04 DESIGN IDEAS

CONCEPTIAL IDEAS – A SURFACE THAT SHAPES SPACE


04 DESIGN IDEAS

OPTION 1 – CONICAL OCCULI

OPTION 2 – FOLDING SURFACE


04 DESIGN IDEAS

OPTION 3 – SKIN AND BONE


04 DESIGN IDEAS

MODELING THE SURFACE USING WAFFLE STRUCTURE


04 DESIGN IDEAS

MODELING THE SURFACE


05 SCHEME : MINIMAL SURFACE


05 SCHEME: MINIMAL SURFACE

DESIGN CONCEPT


05 SCHEME: MINIMAL SURFACE

A. CIRCULATION: SPATIAL CONNECTIVITY

VS

B. INTERACTION: SOCIAL CONNECTIVITY


05 SCHEME: MINIMAL SURFACE

C. EXPLORATION: INFORMATIONAL CONNECTIVITY

D. ANTICIPATION: TRANSITIONAL CONNECTIVITY


05 SCHEME: MINIMAL SURFACE

CONCEPT SKETCHES


05 SCHEME: MINIMAL SURFACE

MATERIAL RESEARCH


05 SCHEME: MINIMAL SURFACE

CONCEPT PROGRESSION


06 SCHEME : STICKS ITERATION


06 SCHEME: STICK ITERATION

CONCEPT


06 SCHEME: STICK ITERATION

CONCEPT


06 SCHEME: STICK ITERATION

CONCEPT


06 SCHEME: STICK ITERATION

CONCEPT


06 SCHEME: STICK ITERATION

FORM EXPLORATION


06 SCHEME: STICK ITERATION

FORM EXPLORATION


06 SCHEME: STICK ITERATION

FORM EXPLORATION


06 SCHEME: STICK ITERATION

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

STUDY MODEL


06 SCHEME: STICK ITERATION

PROPOSAL 1


06 SCHEME: STICK ITERATION

PROPOSAL 2


06 SCHEME: STICK ITERATION

PROPOSAL 3


06 SCHEME: STICK ITERATION

PHYSICAL MODEL (SCALE 1:25)


07 SCHEME : FOLDING HEXAGON


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

TESTING MODELS


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

TESTING MODELS


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

TESTING MODELS


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

TESTING MODELS


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

TESTING MODELS


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

TESTING MODELS


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT MODEL


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DIAGRAM


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

CONCEPT MODEL 1:25


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


07 SCHEME: FOLDING HEXAGON

TEST MODEL 1:1


08 FOLDING HEXAGON : FINAL PROPOSAL


08 FOLDING HEXAGON: FINAL PROPOSAL

MODULE DEVELOPMENT DIAGRAM

MODULE DEVELOPMENT STUDY MODEL


08 FOLDING HEXAGON: FINAL PROPOSAL

MODULE DEVELOPMENT

SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT


08 FOLDING HEXAGON: FINAL PROPOSAL

SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT


08 FOLDING HEXAGON: FINAL PROPOSAL

SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT


08 FOLDING HEXAGON: FINAL PROPOSAL

SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT


08 FOLDING HEXAGON: FINAL PROPOSAL

SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT


08 FOLDING HEXAGON: FINAL PROPOSAL

SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT


08 FOLDING HEXAGON: FINAL PROPOSAL

SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

FINAL PROPOSAL


08 FOLDING HEXAGON: FINAL PROPOSAL

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS


08 FOLDING HEXAGON: FINAL PROPOSAL

PERSPECTIVE VIEWS


08 FOLDING HEXAGON: FINAL PROPOSAL

1:1 PROTOTPE


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

INTRODUCTION

The proposed ceiling installation in the ground floor foyer of the ABP Faculty Building and secondly, the functions of the concourse as a circulation route as well as a gathering space. The overall form is derived from a study of stationary and moving bodies within the concourse: the common gathering spaced create peaks in the undulating surface, while a circulation path is carved in between these spaces as the troughs of the form. The modules create large permeable openings at gathering h i spaces that h correspond d to main i entry ways ((such h as the h stairwell, i ll the h elevator, etc), while large overlapping, enclosed gestures are created at independent gathering spaces (e.g. near exhibition shelves). The modules in between slowly shift from being more open, to more enclosed, and vice versa, creating a controlled rate of change in the permeability of the skin.


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

FINAL PROPOSAL PLAN

FINAL PROPOSAL DIAGRAMMATIC SECTION


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

FINAL PROPOSAL PERPSECTIVES


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

PERPSECTIVE FROM WEST ENTRANCE

PERSPECTIVE FROM EAST ENTRANCE


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

FABBRICATION

SHARE SMASHING TASK INTO DIFFERENT GROUPS


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

SMASHING MODULES

RELOCATE SURFACES FORMING FLAPS & RINGS


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

LAYOUT & NESTING

SUSPENSION CABLES & FISHING WIRE REINFORCEMENT


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

FABRICATION – LASER CUT MODULES ON POLYPROPOLYNE

FOLD THE MODULES


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

FOLD THE RINGS

BULL CLIPS TO HOLD THE MOLDULES INPLACE


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

CLIPS THE MODULES TOGETHER INTO ROLLS

BULL CLIPS TO HOLD THE MOLDULES INPLACE


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

EYELIT THE STRIP TOGETHER

WHITE SIDE OF THE EYELIT FACING THE DOWN FLAPS


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

TIE REINFORCING FISHING WIRE

LENGTH ACCORDING TO RHINO FILE


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

PREFEBRICATION OF CABLES

ATTACH CABLES ON PREFABRICATED STRIPS


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

TEST HANGING OF PROTOTYPE

5/F PREFEBRICATION WORKSHOP AREA


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

POSITIONING THE FIXINGS INTO PLACE

MOVING BARS INTO PLACE


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

MOVING STRIPS TO G./F & JOIN 2 STRIPS TOGETHER

MOVE THE PIECE ON SISSOR LIFT


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

HANGING THE FIRST PIECE

EYELIT THE NEXT PIECE ON SISSOR LIFT


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

PERSPECTIVE VIEWS

CLOSE UP


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

VIEW FROM SOUTH ENTRANCE


09 FINAL CEILING INSTALLATION

VIEW FROM SOUTH ENTRANCE


MAST ERDESI GNST UDI O

Skin Studio 2010  

Master of Architecture Design Studio 2010

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