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Industrial Up-Cycling


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USC-School of Architecture 2014 Instructor | Jennifer Siegal Team| Ethan Coverstone, Yue Fei, Sheena Habibian, Shan Jin, Sue Long Lee, Conji Li, Wili-Mirel Luca, John Milian, Jess Pauly, April Tang, Jie Wang


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CONTENT Introduction Site Intial Design ULD Structural Design Sustainability Skin ULD Design Assembly Final


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INTRO INDUSTRIAL UP-CYCLING is a design exploration which focuses on the concept of ‘building as framework’. It attempts to ascribe to the principles outlined in Delirious, New York of the concept of the ‘vertical skyscraper’, the beauty in which is the possibility of a limitless variety of self-contained worlds within a single building. “The skeleton of the 1909 theorem postulates that Manhattan Skyscraper as a utopian formula for the unlimited creating of virgin sites on a single urban location. Since each of these sites is to meet its own particular programmatic destiny—beyond the architect’s control—the Skyscraper is the instrument of a new form of unknowable urbanism”. The primary programmatic goal of this challenge was the design of a fabrication lab and studio for the School of Architecture at the University of Southern California. As such, INDUSTRIAL UP-CYCLING focuses on emphasizing the importance of flexibility for the student, and strives to provide ample opportunities for material exploration and fabrication. INDUSTRIAL UP-CYCLING manifests as a dialogue between two major components: the structure and the vessel, or ‘pod’. These are the elements upon which initial construction is focused—the formation of ‘framework’. The secondary components are intended to be highly flexible, individualized explorations that take place throughout the lifecycle of the building, by students, researchers, and studio groups. Students will occupy a ‘pod’ for a set period of time, through which they will use the existing framework to explore architectural elements such as façade, skin, mechanical systems, et cetera—the potential options limited only by the structural framework. The ‘pods’ themselves also represent an opportunity for variability, in that if a given shape or size is insufficient or undesirable, it may be substituted with an appropriate alternative. Ultimately our goal is the manifestation of a building which can provide the greatest flexibility to support student learning, development, and imagination. “The ‘life’ inside the building is correspondingly fractured: on level 82 a donkey shrinks back from the void, on 81 a cosmopolitan couple hails an airplane. Incidents on the floors are so brutally disjointed that they cannot conceivably be part of a single scenario. The disconnectedness of the aerial plots seemingly conflicts with the fact that, together, they add up to a single building. The diagram strongly suggests even that the structure is a whole exactly to the extent that the individuality of the platforms is preserved and exploited, that its success should be measured by the degree to which the structure frames their coexistence without interfering with their destinies”.

Koolhaas, Rem. Delirious, New York (New York: The Monacelli Press, 1978), 85-87.


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PROJECT POD USED FOR SKIN MATERIAL STUDY ULD REUSE


INDUSTRIAL UP-CYCLING SOLAR SHADING X 10,000 MILES

TRANSPORTATION ENERGY

PASSIVE HEATING + COOLING

HIGH INSULATION

LOW CARBON MATERIALS

PROGRAM

DISASSEMBLY

X 1,000 LD3

LD3

Front Yard - Little Free Library

Past

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Front Elevation

19 Right Elevation

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43 3/4 Left Elevation

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M Size Pallet

LD3

M Size Pallet

LD3


STRUCTURE


In the intial design the structure is to be constructed of wide flange (I-beams). Due to buget restrictio,n, weight and contructability we replaced the I-beams with laminated OSB. The 4’x8’ OSB were CNC milled to be frabricated to the correct dimension and shape. The boards were then sanded down and laminated along with being bolted together by 1/2” steel rods and nuts.


SOLAR STUDY

kWh/m2 1766.91<= 1590.21 1413.52 1236.83 1060.14 883.45 706.76 530.07 353.38 176.69 <=0.00 Radiation Analysis Los Angeles, CA 1 Jan - 31 Dec


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material : petg (mimics etfe) process: mill laminated foam + vacuform air

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material : rivet process: pre-drill, rivet gun, connection to pre-existing l-channels

process : application of shading pattern

“bubble” unit fabrication


thermal density key

West Elevation

East Elevation

solar dispersion

section facing west


Building Skin Design Iteration 01

Design Iteration 02

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Building Skin

CONNECTION: METAL PLATES FOR STRUCTURAL REINFORCEMENT

VERTICAL FINS: SHADING POLYCARBONATE CLADDING: DIFFUSE SUNLIGHT

VENTILATION BETWEEN PANELS TO ALLOW AIR CIRCULATION

SHINGLE SYSTEM FOR WEATHER PROOFING

CONNECTION: WOOD FRAME AND POLYCARBONATE BONDED BY CLEAR SILICONE

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ETFE System

+ Aluminum ULD Frame

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+ .125 Gauge Aluminum Panel

2”-4” Insulating Foam


Structure

Frame


ULD

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Facade Structure


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USC-School of Architecture 2014 Instructor | Jennifer Siegal Team| Ethan Coverstone, Yue Fei, Sheena Habibian, Shan Jin, Sue Long Lee, Conji Li, Wili-Mirel Luca, John Milian, Jess Pauly, April Tang, Jie Wang


Industrial Up-cycling