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ANDRIJA MATOTAN 2011.-2018. Selected works


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FOREWORD R/D EXTENSIONS VUKOVAR INTERCULTURAL OSIJEK STUDENT HOUSING HAUS DER JUGEND SCHIPHOL C-PIER LOETJE OEGSTGEEST Fascinations and inspirations

NFO, Koprivnica 2015-16, personal acquisition, project lead NFO, Vukovar 2015-16, competition 1st prize, project lead

NFO, Campus Osijek 2015-16, compeition 1st prize

MdH + WV Studio, Heidelberg 2017, competition entry SeARCH, Amsterdam 2017-18, preliminary design SeARCH, Amsterdam 2018, VO-DO


FOREWORD Fascinations and inspirations

The following are five examples of my fascinations and inspirations, things that would make me stop and think. They serve as an introduction to the selection of my works which follows. The documented projects are samples of a wide array of creations over a span of eight years, which started as early dabbling in architecture and evolved into full professional practice. Some projects didn’t make it beyond being competition

submissions

or

academic

research, others blazed through and were completed in a very short amount of time. The selection that follows is chronologic.

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Overdoing it almost fixes it

Users contribute to ambient

Overdone ridiculousness introduces a layer of freshness

The super-efficient interior of a gymnasium in my home

to an otherwise a thousand times seen replica, even if it

town has been called dull on plenty of occassions, only

purely states the obvious. Though absurd, the doctored

for it to reach it’s architectural potential when filled with

version seems to be superior at drawing attention.

users. No space exists solely in vacuum.


Layers in a composition

Percepted reality

Rocket science poetry

Photography is fascinating in it’s ability to frame a

The use of monochromatic light by Olafur Eliasson in

Meticulous planning enabling a shock and awe display of

composition into an illustrative display of the layers

various exhibitions is an effective way of distorting one’s

power culminating in a gentle touchdown and silence - a

comprising this public space in Haarlem. Each of the

perception of their surroundings. Color quickly fades

valid description of both a classic symphony and a SpaceX

vertical layers holds it’s own spatial domain.

away and we perceive the world as black and white.

first stage landing. Poetry through engineering.

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R/D EXTENSIONS

NFO, Koprivnica 2015-16, personal acquisition, project lead

The R&D division of Podravka’s industrial complex desired a reenvisioning of the interior courtyard at one of it’s research facilities as a scientifically oriented exotic greenhouse that would at the same time serve as a representative internal public space.

Separation of two domains By subtly separating the scientific and leisure components of the new greenhouse, the cultivation can achieve maximum density and catalogisation potential, while the leisure spaces remain open and flexible.

Vertical separation of two domains - systematic aeroponic plant cultivation and flexible leisure space - were utilised as the defining elements of design along with total enclosure of the atrium and new

Superposition of multiple plant layers The unique atmosphere generated by superimposing

vertical communication routes assigned by the project brief. The

multiple dense layers of cultivated plants creates a complex

upper part is thus characterised by a superimposition of multiple

The spillover elevates the seemingly blank canvas below.

experience defined by colours, shadow, scent and taste.

layers of plants and their intertwining shadows, scents and tastes orderly organised into accessible shelf-like units. The lower space is thereby left completely open and flexible to allow unconstrained leisure activities and interaction among researchers and guests. This segment of the extensions is currently awaiting funding.

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Multi-purpose shelf structure By positioning the cultivated plants above the open space and making the shelf construction loadbearing, the greenhouse is easily roofed while ensuring maximum insulation for the plants and a comfortable shadow below.


Synestethic experience Multitude of differing and colliding senses

Systematic organisation

form a unique and tranquil environment well

The intensity of the created experience does

suited for leisure and idea exchange.

not hinder the scientific aspects of greenhouse plant cultivation and observation.

Flexible leisure space The public space generated below benefits from the unique atmosphere while staying open and comfortable.

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Glazed roof The requested roof envelope is designed to fit the central loadbearing structure and provide simple natural air circulation. Rainwater is collected and used to feed the plants via the aeroponic system.

Cultivation shelves The dense rows of shelves carrying cultivated plants enable concentrated scientific efforts while creating a unique atmosphere in the open space below. Slender dimensions are achieved by the lightweight aeroponics.

Shelf lowering system Access to every single plant is achieved trough catwalks interconnected by stairs and the elevator, or by lowering individual shelves along the loadbearing structure, thus enabling partition of the lower open space.

Open space leisure area The central ground floor area finds itself situated in the midst of a syneshtetic environment and is reserved as leisure and idea exchange space for both the research personnel and management.

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Aeroponic system Cultivation is enabled by a lightweight, pressure fed aeroponic system that allows consecutive transplantation without shock for the plants.

Varied shelf density By regulating the height of each superimposed layer of cultivated plants, Light is allowed to permeate to the lowest tier before being completely filtered by the multitude of different species and variants.

Perforated communication lines Horizontal and vertical communication is designed to offer minimum reduction to light permeation while performing it’s function.

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Another extension of Podravka’s R&D facilities includes a new kitchen for culinary experimentation along with a sensory testing area, situated directly adjacent to the planned “Vegeta” greenhouse inside a series of rooms previously used as laboratories. The new

Activity zoning The two required insular kitchens are positioned on the edges, thus allowing the rest of the space to be zoned for either sensory testing or flexible social activities.

facilities required by the brief are unified into a singular space zoned by use, a large number of non-optional appliances and

Storage zoning By utilising most of the perimetral faces of the

perimetral storage, thus allowing flexible use of the vibrant central

rooms as storage space, all activities are moved

space. The strict requirements regarding the sensory testing area

into the centre. The sensory testing area also benefits from access from all sides.

and it’s service kitchen are remedied by flexible glass curtains which help organise the space in one of it’s closed use scenarios, while still allowing quick and easy adaptation for less strict social

Closed operation

activities. The overall design of the interior space is performance

Glass curtains allow ideal operation conditions

and laboratory-aesthetic driven, maximising appliance and storage space while keeping a simple and clean, brand-driven (white, red

for

strict

sensory

testing

and

culinary

experimentation activities, while still maintaining a unified spatial experience.

and grey) visual identity in order not to drag attention away from the true star of the show - culinary marvels. Since both projects were personal acquisitions, I retained full

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Open space The same curtains, when folded into perimetral

responsibility and control from the first sketches until supervising

storage, allow flexible use of central space for

the construction.

representative functions.

social activities as well as more formal company


Unified visual identity By combining the required facilities into a singular multi purpose space, a common visual identity is established without compromising the strict requirements.

Sensory testing area The strictly controlled sensory testing area is positioned in a centrally placed box allowing controlled environment and access from all sides.

Flexible social space The open and flexible central area is used for informal sampling of the created culinary experiments while being a potential subject to quick and easy readjustment.

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Sensory testing box The isolated central position of the sensory testing unit allows easy access and perimetral sample delivery while providing uniform conditions and maximal sound insulation from the rest of the building.

Perimetral storage Complete utilisation of perimetral walls as points of entry, storage and appliance space produce a clean, controlled aesthetic which allows flexibility.

Connected social spaces By combining the sampling and discussion oriented social spaces, additional scenarios of use are created that allow a high degree of flexibility - accomplished trough glass curtains that can be stored into the built-in wall storage.

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VUKOVAR INTERCULTURAL NFO, Vukovar 2015-16, competition 1st prize, project lead

The new primary school in Vukovar is set to represent moving away from the city’s war-inflicted wounds. The new building finds itself inside a historical workers’ housing area, continuing the established urban pattern trough contemporary expression. The tough local

Protected social space Digging in the central social spaces of the twopart school building results in an enclosed but protected central open space that serves as a common ground for all the students.

planning code is circumvented trough digging in most of the entry and ground floor spaces into a continual covered passage, finally surfacing as a protected garden. The central space insolation

Unorthodox curriculum Uniformed and traditional classroom layouts

problem is remedied trough extensive glazing on the roof and the

are cast aside in favuor of a more transparent

northern facade, as a preparation for visual communication with

classrooms into the common central space.

and multi-floored system that integrates all

the planned second construction phase - the sports hall annex. After co-authoring the winning competition proposal I was assigned full responsibility over the project’s further development and successfully secured the building permit and completed the preparations for the tendering process.

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Integrated central space A strong emphasis is placed on the persistent interconnection between various classrooms and areas trough the central space, facilitating dialogue and spontaneous social interaction.


Limited impact on the surroundings Care is taken not to disturb the ambient of an originally worker’s neighbourhood without sacrificing the desired language of architecture.

Outdoor sports Pending the second construction phase, temporary outdoor sports facilities are provided in the exact same position as the planned sports hall extension.

Integrated existing structure The existing building to the side of the main school entrance is refurbished and reimagined as a library with a direct connection to the main facilities.

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Second phase sports hall Given the limited space for outdoor sport activities, a sports hall requested by the brief is planned in the second construction phase as an annex to the school’s northern facade. The facade’s loadbearing structure is simply mirrored, retaining the favourable reflection of the existing historical building and preserving the position of activities.

Glazed contact zone The middle area to which the future sports hall is planned to connect serves also as the primary source of insolation for the central social space that intertwines the interior of the school. It’s glazed appearance is meant to contrast the the outer shell of two functionally different but equally important volumes.

Flexible curriculum The interior organisation of spaces across three floors is designed to accommodate a multitude of evolving class configurations that are not constrained from spilling out into the central social space. Some allow access directly to the protected garden, whilst others are oriented towards the social centrepoint inside.

Heritage integration The existing historical, once residential building, is repurposed into a school library and connected underground by trough a corridor parallel to the lowered entrance square. By situating the entrance floor lower than the street level, the two buildings, expressions of their time, are of the same height and complement each other.

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Ground floor plan

The quite simple floor layout allows the proper positioning of the central spatial attraction of the building the interconnecting social space that promotes intercultural dialogue.

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Continued urban matrix The establishment of a contemporary dialogue with the existing urban pattern is further enhanced by the reflections of the historical buildings in the northern glazing.

Two-phased construction The new school is planned as a pair of volumes - the first being the school itself, and the second being the sports hall at the earlier position of the basketball field.

Enclosed entrance By lowering the ground and entrance floor, a protected entrance square is formed that extends trough the building to the other side, ending in an enclosed garden.

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OSIJEK STUDENT HOUSING NFO, Campus Osijek 2015-16, compeition 1st prize

A new student housing pavilion requested by the University of Osijek is to provide a whopping 800 lodgings to remedy the accommodation shortage. The form and typology of the building were strictly controlled by the local planning code and the brief

Accommodation requirements The new pavilion was required to have twice the capacity of the existing substantial available housing, and as such would result in an unavoidably unwieldly new hulk situated in an undefined context.

program requirements so the required maximum density was achieved by utilising gallery-style accommodation in the top floor in order to clear up a a limited yet significant amount of social

Scale adjustment Through optimal space use and room typology design,

space that is used on the outside of the large building to adjust it’s

precious free space is reclaimed and immediately used

scale. The formed voids communicate with their surroundings and

from it’s five facades.

to visually adjust the exterior scale of the building as seen

bring in much needed light into the extensive network of corridors that supply a large number of standardised housing units. After full involvement in the design of the winning competition entry my work on the project consisted of occasional segments during the technical elaboration phase.

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Social space orientation Each of the social spaces is intentionally positioned not only to liven up it’s corresponding facade, but also establish a coherent and vibrant communication with it’s surrounding context.


Communicative gable Optimal positioning of social space allows the house to make a statement by treating all five of it’s faces with equally, to facilitate communication with it’s surroundings.

Patterned openings

Contextual scale

To liven up the 120 metre long

Even though the surrounding area is built up

building, rooms were designed with

to a similar size as the new pavilion, cutting up

a high degree of flexibility to allow

the huge volume into smaller pieces helps to

facade variation.

bring it back to human scale.

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Permeated and sliced shell Given the large incisions on the facades and the roof created by allocating the remaining space to social facilities, the rest of the openings are standardised and kept to a limited size in order to create a separate aesthetic as well as reduce heating costs while keeping the room layout flexible.

Interconnected social spaces Common spaces visible on the facades represent significant but small portion of the entire floor area allocated to communication and gathering spaces. Incision positioning helps to alleviate insolation issues while vertical interconnection is facilitated trough alternated openings in the hallway floors.

Archaeology presentation The basement space is intentionally inflated to preserve the larges possible amount of archaeological remains under the bicycle parking garage. The space has access to fresh air on all sides, not only cutting down on required ventilation facilities but also improving the aesthetic of the building by subtly lifting it off the ground.

Public space generation Free space around the new and existing dormitories is integrated into a single public space - the result of a spillover of interior activities. Multiple different ambients are organised around a central square, linking different entry points into the campus. A new bridge connects the new student housing to the canteen, as requested by the brief.

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The considerably high quantity of required housing units was achieved mostly by the

The created social spaces are then populated with common kitchens, study rooms and

simples method possible - completely allocating all of the available space to it. Upon

living rooms specified by the project brief. The rest of the required technical facilities such

inspecting the limits and creating a social space opportunity through the introduction

as the boiler room and bicycle parking facilities are situated into the basement in an

of two story roof level units, the available space is allocated to the concentrated and

enlarged configuration in order to most effectively display the remaining archaeological

continued gaps in the facade tissue to permeate the previously bland hallways.

finds in the floor.

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HAUS DER JUGEND

MdH + WV Studio, Heidelberg 2017, competition entry

A replacement home for the collection of various youth activities, Haus der Jugend, complementing the educational complex in southern Heidelberg is envisioned as a collection of separate volumes united by a common glasshouse enclosure that both

Separate volumes Given

the

wide

array

of

housed

programmes, separate volumes for each of the subdivided activities and groups is desirable considering function and noise.

provides interior activity spaces as well as a connection to the important surrounding landscape. The exterior spaces are in turn organised as differing stripes perpendicular to the envelope,

Complementary landscape Spaces in between the generated volumes

gradually subsiding in activity intensity from north towards south.

are extended towards the exterior and

Each of them corresponds to an interior activity, acting in tandem

gradually toning down in intensity.

complemented

with

layered

activities

to blend inside and outside. The glasshouse idea is fully realised by incorporating vegetation inside the unheated envelope space. My participation in the competition entry as a co-author included developing the initial concept into a working proposal through sequential variants as well as creation visualisations of the proposal.

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programmes and the spaces in between are enclosed in a glasshouse that contributes to climate control and all-season activity.


Common unheated envelope Housing the complex programme in a common envelope allows considerable energy savings and a common identity.

Integrated glasshouse The glasshouse incorporates real vegetation as a replacement for the displaced Ecology class house.

Gradiented landscape The outdoor spaces correspond to their interior counterparts, complementing their function with different activities.

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Year round play-space

Sustainability oriented enclosure

Different age groups are given plenty of both partitioned and intertwined activity space

The glasshouse is used not only as intermediary space connecting the differing volumes,

with the potential to direct the overflow - first towards the unheated space underneath

but as well as a transition layer used to minimise heating and cooling expenditure. Roof

the envelope, and then outwards, to the activity sorted landscape. Even in unfavourable

terraces and actual vegetation help condition the air,while solar panels on the roof

weather conditions, the transition is gradual, allowing year-round use.

minimise unwanted summer heat gains, while maximising electricity savings.


The division of individual programme groups and activities was kept very simple trough

Most of the service spaces as well as activities in need of isolation because of specific

the introduction of separate volumes. Large gathering spaces were concentrated towards

age groups or conflicting functions are positioned in the basement or on the first

the ground floor in order to facilitate interior - exterior contact as much as possible. The

floor, respectively. Ease of access is provided by staircases in the shared airspace of

requested multiple entry points are simple to create and easy to control given the open

the glasshouse which make direct entry into each subgroup possible, while the western

nature of the envelope.

elevated hallway serves as a safe fire escape route.

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SCHIPHOL C-PIER

SeARCH, Amsterdam 2017-18, preliminary design

The C-Pier, a segment of the sprawling airside complex at Schiphol that is comprised of fourteen gates for small to mid-capacity aircraft, is in dire need of reconstruction as it has not been updated in almost forty years. In the meantime, crowdedness has

Characteristic section The existing C-Pier has a characteristic section consisting of two superimposed hallways positioned along a series of gates. Though simple, it is thermally very inefficient.

increased multiple-fold and the passenger satisfaction ratings have plummeted. Thus, a reimagined and extended section is proposed to alleviate these issues as well as introduce up-to-date installation

New envelope To bring the pier into the 21st century from

systems while enabling continuous operation without taking more

a technical standpoint, a new insulating

than one gate out of use at one time.

creating extra space to reduce crowdedness.

envelope is introduced, at the same time

My participation in this preliminary design aside from drafting, visualising

and

presentation

work

also

included

various

phasing considerations, cost estimates, technical elaboration, communication with consultants and full participation in workshops with the client. The project is currently awaiting funding.

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Lounge space Repositioning the moving walkways to the less occupied ground floor clears a substantial amount of space on the first floor, transforming the waiting space.


Existing and new structure Contrast between the old concrete loadbering structure and the new wooden trusses introduces a new narrative to the interior.

Differentiated ambient Instead of an existing space with no deviations, a set of new ambiances is created to offer choice and comfort in the waiting areas.

Increased capacity Through optimisation, movement space as well as available sitting space is almost doubled, while increasing overall clarity.

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Existing flow and seating The existing C-Pier layout is defined by the central, somewhat too narrow moving walkway

point. If trolleys are introduced into the already congested hallways, the flow breaks down

that prevents crossing the middle of the long hallway, forcing all passengers to wait directly

completely, drastically increasing stress and discomfort.

in front of their gate. This contributes to the crowdedness and difficulty of moving around

The existing seating is also too crowded, not enabling simultaneous movement and sitting,

between the gates or additional facilities. Duplication of elevators and staircases is also

without even mentioning carry-on luggage and it’s occasional misplacement. Because of

present, which further decreases the flow area to a meager 2.2m width at it’s narrowest

other inefficiencies, this dense configuration doesn’t even offer sufficient capacity.

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To remedy the situation, a set of changes is introduced. The pier is expanded on the

at the same time not done at the expense of the seating, which has been expanded

southwest side by around 2.5 m and the moving walkway is rerouted through the ground

both in terms of quantity and quality, effectively increasing the amount of leg room and

floor - thereby also connecting it and making most other vertical connections redundant.

movement space by 33%. At the same time the overall seating capacity in the entire

The created free space is carefully allocated so it increases the previous flow width from

pier has been increased from 510 seats to 980 seats. This roughly corresponds to the

an effective 2.2 m width to a 6.6 m width throughout the length of the pier. This is

maximum predicted peak-hour passenger occupancy rate of 70%.


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Lounge space conversion The newly extended waiting space is

Installations ‘spine’

formulated as lounge space, achieving much more than a mere hallway.

New installation systems are placed next to the existing ones, also serving as a structural backbone.

Ground floor travellators Moving walkways are relocated to the ground floor to offer a better vertical connection and free up additional space.

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Phasing methodology

A large amount of current issues with the pier stem from spatial inefficiencies that quickly

On of the design conditions of the brief was to enable uninterrupted operation as much

add up. Once these are resolved through a series of already mentioned measures, main

as possible, to the limit of placing a maximum of one gate out of use at the same time. To

focus can be placed on the integration of the different spaces. For example - rerouting

achieve this, all the new installation systems are planned parallel to the existing ones, this

the moving walkway through the ground floor enables better horizontal movement on

time positioned on the roof in the form of a spine. This system also acts as a stabilising

the first floor as well as better passenger throughput. Vertical visual conections are also

element for the new structural extensions that can then be done on two bays at a time.

put in place to enable passengers to sit elsewhere instead of only directly next to their

Once a section of around 6 bays is done, the scaffolding is moved forwards to the next

gate, thereby dispersing the load and increasing comfort. Centralised toiled and horeca

gate, causing minimal disruption. The ground floor is comprised mostly of bus gates

facilities now make sense and are able to serve more customers at once.

which can be temporarily replaced elsewhere at the airport complex.

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The new Schiphol The extended southwestern side of the pier C-Pier will face the new A-terminal, thus completing a visual whole.

Expanded choices and comfort The primary goal of expanded capacity is complemented by a marked increase in comfort quality through a wide range of choices available to the passenger.

Face-lifted ground floor The bus-gates on the ground floor are to be brought to the same quality level as the rest of the pier.

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LOETJE OEGSTGEEST SeARCH, Amsterdam 2018, VO-DO

The design for a new 1500 m2 lakeside restaurant near Leiden is defined by a large and carefully shaped thatch roof covering a sprawling star-shaped open-space layout with varying degrees of openness towards the surroundings. The overall shape of

All-encompassing roof The complex shape of the restaurant is enveloped by a large thatch roof which visually unifies the entire building. Variations in the roof provide accents.

the building is largely influenced by the tight plot and material limitations of the roof, as it was important to ensure that the angle of at least 45o was maintained even in the roof alley segments to

Central skylight The peculiar layout of the building creates a

ensure proper water drainage.

central area in the roof which is not covered

My assignment on the project was based on continuing the design

therefore used as a central skylight.

by the roof due to material limitations. It is

process past the initial competition phase and technical elaboration towards procuring a building permit and subsequent detailing. During the process I worked autonomously but was incrementally supervised by a senior colleague. Considerable attention was given to defining principal details in the early stages.

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Unassuming silhouette The rest of the building form is kept as simple as possible to accentuate the already implemented large eaves and differences in roof height.


Recessed flat roof A small segment of the roof is flat to accommodate installations, at the same time hiding them from view.

Expressive eaves The concept of one building under one roof is used both for controlled shading and accentuation of the final shape.

Thatch roof Close attention is given to the shape of the roof so that it respects the constraints of the material, primarily the max angle.

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Parametric roof algorithm To properly create a roof shape that would adhere to material limitations of thatch it was necessary to build up a flexible parametric model that could be adjusted on the go. Input parameters include global and local roof height, desired eave offset, notch displacement and many others.

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Titel format schaal

Detail D4 - Hoog dakdetail

Roof-facade interaction

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Titel

DO Tekeningen Detail D4 - Hoog

versie datum

SeARCH

20/04/2018

dakdetail The crucial design elements of the entire building remain the details that facilitate the format A3

situations in which these joints occur require thorough simplification of the details through

transition from the vertical plane of the glazed facade SeARCH.nl to the angled plane of the thatch bv .nl roof. This intersection also houses the internal sunscreen as well as prefab exterior

multiple iterations in order to keep a tight control over the building budget. Shown are

Bedrijf opdrachtgever client elements that close off the roof from below since this is not practical with thatch. Different #### phase

two fundamentally different ways and form the basis for other details.

schaal

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01.17

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two examples of sections of eaves with a larger an a smaller offset. These are solved in

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Andrija Matotan portfolio v4  

Selected works 2011-2018

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Selected works 2011-2018

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