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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017

JAN KOVÁŘÍČEK


New extensions of public space, maybe the only public space of the 21st century within the city limits? It might be coincidental, that in the fast–paced era of the 21st century, in overly globalized world, the transportation hubs and nodes, places associated with dynamic movement and rush are becoming the humanity‘s new cathedrals. On the brink of EV autonomous vehicles, everyday usage of robotics, smart systems, AI, machine learning, respawned spacetravel and exploration, possibly approaching singularity in not so distant future, the need to be somewhere almost instantly is daringly exciting and provocatively desirable. Project of Hyperloop portal for Prague focuses on redefinition of the transportation typology for intercity commuting. With hi–tech means of transport such as Hyperloop, autonomous pods, sharing services like Uber, autonomous drones and cargo robots, the need for traditional stationary terminals is outdated. Instead, this project works with logic of portal — a dynamic exchange system / gate. The goal was to propose design for a new autonomous system incorporated into existing urban fabric in the dense built environment. By using multple vectorfields, combining linear

charges with twirl centres, these centres are set as a location for specifically defined cores (cargo core, parking core, portal core and hangar core). All the cores are connected by system of walkable rooftops and architectural spaces based on logic of knoting to streamline the flow and to prioritize 3 means of travel — on foot, by bike or inside autonomous electric pods. Pod fleet is organised by central core, ready to offer one of the 512 vehicles for customers to work and as a means of transportation within the cluster of newly connected triad of Europe’s Centrope cities. Pods are suited to provide for business meetings in a century where business is done through highly accelerated startups, when owning a laptop equals owning job desk. Superflux answers this startup environment with more comfortable and greener way. Parts of the urban structure are covered by adaptable skin of solar louvres to achieve a net positive structure which is able to support itself with the energy and even offer the residents clean energy. It is a symbiotic organism which dematerializes and rematerializes goods, services and citizens from one distant place to another.

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KARLÍN

ŽIŽKOV

Incorporated to Prague: 1922 area: 2,16 km population: 10 537 population density: 4 878 ppl/km Karlín was independent town on the outskirts (outside of the walls) of Prague. Later, it was incorporated into main city and construction of factories has commenced. Right now, Karlín is booming new business district, sought by international companies for office buildings. This trend led to rennovations of old factories and buildings new complexes (Corso Karlín, Main Point Karlín) combinig work, leisure and partly public space. All this is situated around and on Rohan island. Karlín is home to several important architectural projects like Negrelli viaduct (plans for refurbishing the arcs into workshop spaces), Karlín barrakcs (recondition into culture hub) etc. Citizens of Karlín welcome new projects, that keep in balance residential, office and retail function, which is something what makes Karlín seek–after district. The combination of location next to the city centre, comfortable residential housing, accesibility and public services is much needed not just for residents, but also for people that come to Karlín to work.

Incorporated to Prague: 1922 area: 5,44 km population: 57 300 population density: 10 533 ppl/km Žižkov is part of the 4th ring around historical core of Prague which was built during 19th century as a industrial outskirt with residential houses for workers and their families. Žižkov was designed in whole enclosed blocks which are creating unusual silhouette because of undulating terrain, leading to the vertically diverse environment of rooftops which plays major role in the face of the city on the right bank of Vltava river. Žižkov has the highest nr. of bars per capita. Recently, it is a centre for growing art districts, recultivation and renovation of the streetlife as well as gentrification.

NOVÉ MĚSTO Incorporated to Prague: 1784 area: 3,34 km population: 25 918 population density: 7 760 ppl/km New city centre built by Charles IV. in 14th century just outside the walls of the Old Town (and 3 times the size). District is centre for tourism and business, with large shopping districts like Na Príkope (placed upon original water ditch dividing old and new town). New Town connects all 3 lines of city metro within transfer triangle (line A: Mustek and Muzeum, line B: Karlovo Námestí, Národní trída, Mustek, Námestí Republiky and Florenc, line C: Muzeum, Hlavní nádraží and Florenc and large amount of tram lines).

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3 / FLORENC MAIN BUS STATION 4 / ZAHA HADID CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT

Masaryk train station 11.104 mil. travellers / year 7 terminus tracks

Green belt unprecedently connecting centre of Prague to the forrests outside of city

Metro B line HYPERLOOP

Florenc bus station aprox. 10 mil. travellers / year / 60 bus stops

2 / MASARYK TRAIN STATION

Possible expansion above roadways

Metro A line

Metro C line 1 / PRAGUE MAIN TRAIN STATION

Prague main train station 27.140 mil. travellers / year 5 terminus tracks 17 through tracks 500 m

48.244 mil.

travellers / year Crossroad 1

27.140 mil. travellers / year

Crossroad 2

11.104 mil. travellers / year

Primary railway tracks

Crossroad 3 Primary roadway axis

Secondary railway tracks

10 mil.

Crossroad 4

travellers / year

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2 / HYPERLOOP — 5TH MODE OF TRANSPORATION Berlin

Hyperloop

Warsaw

Poland

Track location up to 1200 km/h max speed Prague

330 km

Vienna

19 minutes

Capital cities Notable cities Proposed track / high–speed HL Possible extensions / high–speed HL Alternative track / high–speed HL Local Hyperloop Travel time radius 19 — 20 mins

Germany

/ Creating a central european node for fast travel, exchange of time–sensitive goods and more

Prague

Nr. of citizens: PRG: 1,247 mil. VIE: 1,741 mil. BA: 414 000 TOTAL: 3,402 mil.

m

0k

25

Hyperloop: 19 mins Flight: 60 mins Car: 200 mins Train: 235 mins

Prague — Vienna — Bratislava / Fast travel between cities of Centrope region, connecting 3,5+ mil. citizens of 3 different countries over 310 km span

Vienna 60 km

HHyperloop capsule Total length: length: 26 Total 26m m Storage: 20 m torage: 20 m Diameter: 3.65 m iameter: 3 3 m 24 ppl per capsule (4 pods) 2U–turn ppl per pods radius:apsule 76 m turn radius: 6 m

Bratislava

France

Budapest Hungary

Lichteinstein

50 km

Italy

Slovenia

Hyperloop Tube

Vacuum (0.5 Bar) environment Diameter 3.65 m

Prague — Bratislava 289,55 km Hyperloop / 16 mins

Prague — Vienna 251,16 km Hyperloop / 14 mins

Vienna — Bratislava 54,88 km Hyperloop / 3 mins

Prague — Berlin 281,45 km Hyperloop / 15 mins

Berlin — Hamburg 255,53 km Hyperloop / 14 mins

Interaction and implication on ground + possible to use solar panels on top + ease of construction and repair - safety - visual disturbance

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5 / CIRCULATION Train stations diagram

Airport diagram

Hyperloop diagram

City

Pedestrian

Entrance

Ticket

Public Transport

Car

Pedestrian

Entrance

Exit

E–ticket

Car

Exit

Check in

Fare Machine

City

Time frame Low, normal, high priority

Public Transport

City

Claim

Security gate

Security gate

Ordered Pod

Pod pickup

Portal arrival

Fare gate

Train

Escalator

Stairs

Elevator

Tracks

Luggage

HL

Screen

Platform Store

Screen (customs)

Transport

Sort Load

Board

Plane

Unload

Exit

Time frame Low, normal, high priority

Platform

Escalator

Stairs

Elevator

Luggage

Portal departure

Pod distribution

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CORE FUNCTIONS - INTERSECTION / INTERCHANGE DIAGRAM

CORE FUNCTIONS - INTERSECTION / INTERCHANGE 3D INTERPRETATION

A — Portal B — Cargo C — Parking

A

A City

Loop exchange 1 maximizing distance between crossings minimizing outer loops

C

B Loop exchange 2

C

minimizing distance between crossings maximizing outer loops

B

Trefoil adaptation into possible circulation diagrams ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017 — pAGE 7

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4 / SIMUlATION — RELAXATION AND CONTRACTION

Contraction: - 15 Knot Length: 97 Knot Volume: 184 m3 Point Density: 125 Pts / M3 Distance Between Points: 18

Contraction: - 21 Knot Length: 84 Knot Volume: 179 m3 Point Density: 142 Pts / m3 Distance Between Points: 4

Contraction: - 18 Knot Length: 97 Knot Volume: 165 m3 Point Density: 92 Pts / m3 Distance Between Points: 7

Contraction: - 8 Knot Length: 99 Knot Volume: 169 m3 Point Density: 70 Pts / m3 Distance Between Points: 12

Contraction: - 5 Knot Length: 99 Knot Volume: 180 m3 Point Density: 63 Pts / m3 Distance Between Points: 17

Contraction: 0 Knot Length: 110 Knot Volume: 186 m3 Point Density: 52 Pts / m3 Distance Between Points: 24

Digital simulation — testing relaxation and contraction ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017 — pAGE 8

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Knot research translated into architectural components ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017 — pAGE 9

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Point charge vectorfield

Point charge: 1.0 Decay: 2.0

Twirl charge vectorfield

Point charge: 1.0 Decay: 2.5

Strength: 1.0 Radius: 8.0 Decay: 0.8

Strength: 1.0 Radius: 5.0 Decay: 2.0

Design tool for defining urbanism — 3D charged fields ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017 — pAGE 10

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1 / Grid distortion

2 / Initial vectorfield definition

3 / Twirl and point field defined

4 / Extension to urban fabric

Process of application of the charged fields on the site ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017 — pAGE 11

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3D axo

Top view

Front viewS

ide view

Step 3 Twirl reach diameter and rotationa parameter tweak 4 twirl vectors

Step 4 Test of orthogonal discretization by 45˚ 4 twirl vectors

Defining charged fields as architectural spaces ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017 — pAGE 12

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Voxel size: 10

Voxel size: 7

Voxel size: 5

Voxel size: 7

Voxel size: 7

Voxel size: 7

Voxel size: 5

Voxel size: 5

Voxel size: 7

Voxel size: 7

Process of creating louvre alignment system — voxelisation ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017 — pAGE 13

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Top view 3D axo Top view 3D axo

Catalogue of urban elements ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017 — pAGE 14

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1 / Initial grid generation with vector fields reacting to the existing urban fabric

Field lines create gradient between North–South and East–West axis

Design process 1 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017 — pAGE 15

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2 / Defining field lines inside the site boundary

Main communication fields on site (aprox. 6.5 ha)

Design process 2 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017 — pAGE 16

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3 / Defining leadlines for cores Hangar core capacity: Capsules / 60 active 8 reserved Total: 68

Hyperloop portal core capacity: 3360 travellers per hour

Pods / 240 active 32 reserved Total: 272 Parking core 2 capacity: 248 cars

Cargo core

Startup campus + park / public zone

Parking core 1 capacity: 248 cars

Startup campus + park / public zone

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4 / Secondary North–South field connecting to the on–site fabric

Secondary field

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5 / Tertiary field layer encapsulating the cores

Hangar core

Hyperloop portal core

Parking core 2

Cargo core

Startup campus + park / public zone

Parking core 1

Startup campus + park / public zone

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Hangar

Pod People Connection to urbanism Loaded pods

Pods exit Passenger exit

Arrival hall

Hyperloop tube

Platform

CORE TYPE 1 — Parking Tower obotically operated vertical parking

Pod crossing Departure hall

Spherical core

Circulation in different Cores ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017 — pAGE 22

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Arrivals

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Departure lobby ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN — HOMEOMORPHIC SUPERFLUX / HYPERLOOP PORTAL FOR PRAGUE — GSANDTNER GAD STUDIO — SUMMER TERM 2016/2017 — pAGE 25

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Core section scale 1:200

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(composition in 1:5 detail)

Aluminium facade (FC panel)

Aluminium ceiling

Aluminium facade (FC panel)

Aluminium facade (FC panel)

Glass facade (floor–to–ceiling)

C6

C6

C6

A1

C8

C5

A1

A1

C8

C5

A1

A1

C8

C5

A1

A1

A2

A1

A2

A7

A7

A7

A7

D4

A11 A7

A7

A11

A7

A11

A7

A11

A7

A11

A7

A11

A7

A12

D2

B1

B1

B1

D1

D1

D1

B1

D1

B1

D1

B1

B1

C8

C8

C8

D2

B1

C8

B3

B6

D2

D2

D2

B6

B3

D3

B6

B6

B3

B3

D3

B6

D2

D2

B6

C8

D3

B6

B3

B3

D2

B3

B6

B3

D5

B5

C7

B5

B5

C7

B5

B5

C7

B5

B5

D1

B5

C10

B7

B7

B7

B7

B7

B7

B7

A1

A7

A12

B1

B3

B5

B5

B3

B1

A12

A7


Window sill

Window head

Attic

C6

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A1

A1

C8

C5

A1

A1

A7

A7

A11

A7

A11

A7

A7

A12

B1

B1

D1

B1

B1

C8

C8

D1 D2

D2

B3

B6

B3

B6

C7

B5

B5

C7

B5

B5

D2

D3

D2

B3

B6

B3

B6

D1

C10

B7

B7

B7

B7

B1

A1

A7

B3

B5

B3

B1

B6

B1

C1

A7

B7

B3

B1

Base

A2

A1

D4

A7

D1

B1

C8

B3

A1

B5

C1

D5

A7

B6

Internal corner (90°)

B5

B6

B1

A11

A 12

A4

B7

C1

B7

A4

B1

B3

B5

A1

B1

A3

A7

A1

B5

C1

B1

B6

B2

A7

B2

B1

A3

B1

B1

A3

A7 A12

Vertical joint flashing External corner flashing Internal corner flashing Folded jamb flashing Window head flashing Window sill flashing F-profile Perforated flashing Base flashing Cover flashing Flashing miscellaneous

Cleat Support profile Support bracket Bracket Z-profile Top hat section

C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6

A7

Continuous angle T-profile L-Bracket U-Bracket Thermal barrier pad Thermal insulation Brickwall/Concrete Structural liner tray

D2

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

B5

FC panel Transition sheet External corner Internal corner Perforated panel FC panel curved Mono click bracket Modular click rail Modular click rail SE (structural effective) Modular click rail SEL 40 (SE with L-subconstruction) Guidance snapper Fixing point clamp Flashing support

B1

B3

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13

DESCRIPTION

Window jamb

B6

B7

External corner (acute/obtuse angle)

B1

B3

B7

External corner (90°)

C1

B6

B7

Facade details M 1:5 Jan Kováříček / ARCHIP

A12

Internal corner (acute/obtuse angle)

B5

Vertical joint

B6

B7

MONOCLICK BRACKET SYSTEM FC ON CONCRETE / BRICK / BLOCK WORK

A 11

C8

A 11

D2

Kalzip FC system Primary subconstruction Visible Flashings

A 11 A 12 A 11

Secondary subconstruction

A 11

A2

D2

A 12

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