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Aarhus School of Architecture Studio Regenerative Architecture Auรฐur Hreiรฐarsdรณttir

Thesis project summary 10.06.14

Gellerup swim center meets Aarhus climbing club 3. Parameters 4. Proposal


Aarhus School of Architecture Studio Regenerative Architecture Auður Hreiðarsdóttir

Thesis project summary 10.06.14

contact: audurhr@gmail.com tel. 9119 4065

tutor: Kasper Guldager Jørgensen kgj@3xn.dk

Gellerup swim center meets Aarhus climbing club 3. Parameters 4. Proposal


3. Parameters

Urban parameters Park 8 Site 14 Functional parameters Organization 15 Resource parameters Focus areas 16 Energy 18 Water 20 Daylight 22 Air 23 Nature 24 People 25 Architectural parameters Concept 26

4. Proposal

Building scale Functionality 30 Plan and section 31 Materials 32 Bibliography 34 Master cv 36


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Parameters

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Urban parameters

Park

The site is located in the central park area of Gellerup. The park has yet to be designed, but it will need to undergo changes in order to implement the new masterplan. The building’s relationship with the park is important and therefore making a strategy for the park has been a part of the project. The following diagrams explain the strategy.

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The culture-sports gradient

Connections and axes

The park combines sport and recreation. In a brief for an ongoing competition for the park areas of Gellerup a football field is fixed in the location shown in the diagram above. A new culture house is located in the northwest corner of the park (1), facing the new main square of Gellerup, Verdenspladsen (2). This strategy suggests a gradient from culture to sport, starting with the blue zone that represents the water of the swim center (3) as well as the water recycling (4). The green zone is the football field and the yellow zone is a solid recreation area with urban sports, for instance basketball. The three zones gradient between culture, planned sports and urban sports. The swim center stands in between representing both sports and culture.

Important connections of the park are a mixture between existing and new axes. Emphasis is put on good connections across the park, while secondary connections are found along the edges of the park.

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Biological corridor

Water

The park areas in Gellerup are mostly manmade. The central park area has a steep hill with dense vegetation. Although manmade the hill has been allowed to grow freely and appears very healthy and should therefore be treated as nature. Parts of the central park area will need to change quite a lot to make way for new buildings proposed in the masterplan. The approach is to establish a continuous biological corridor that is based on and strengthens the existing nature in the park.

Greywater from the swim center and climbing club is lead out of the building, up the slope and into plantbeds where the water is biologically purified by plants, sifting down with the help of gravity. The purified water is then lead out into wetlands in the center of the biological corridor.

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Urban parameters

Park

1 1 2

The adventure hill

The sports axis

East of the site (1) a very strange and steep hill rises up from the otherwise flat landscape around. This hill is the new venue for an adventure playground for BMX, climbing structures and other extreme sports and games. The hill is already quite adventurous, with a slide running from the top down, dense trees and steep slopes. Furthermore, the hill frames the site of the swim center and climbing club and is an important member of the biological corridor.

The sports axis is a connection between the new sports fields in the central park and Globus 1 (1), Gellerup’s existing sports facility. Establishing an overall sports campus in Gellerup is an idea that the commune has been carrying around although nothing has been decided yet. If such a campus would in fact become reality the swim center and climbing club would be a part of it. Taking this into account the approach is to twist the idea of a campus into a network. The sports facilities are therefore a little spread around in and around the park, but well connected by the park landscape. This strategy also celebrates and exposes the sports to the public. The sports axis is a straight and distinctive line stretching from the new main street to Globus 1 (1). An existing avenue runs through the center of the park but lacks clarity in both ends. The axis is therefore sharpening and extending the avenue. The sports axis contains the existing youth clubs and urban playground and in the long run a football club house could be built on the axis. The sports axis is a linear urban space for hanging out and traveling through at the same time as it can accommodate small scale sports activities, games and other social activities.

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The hill becomes “The adventure hill”

The avenue and playground becomes “The sports axis”

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Urban parameters

Site

The park and the city meet in the building. One enters the building from the city into a different world that gradients into and interrelates with the park landscape. The urban side is strong and defined with a clear-cut entrance while the park side is more fragmented and subtle.

city

city

site

park

Strong corner towards city, park gradients into the building.

climb

Site between city and park.

park

city

The building is tall towards the city but lowers down towards the park.

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swim

park The building splits into a vertical part for climbing and horizontal part for swimming. This division gives the notion of climbing up to the sky and swimming out to nature.

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Functional parameters

Organization

city

climb

swim

park 1. climbing club facing the city, swim center facing the park

2. public space: reception and cafeteria placed in between climbing club and swim center

climb public

public public

swim

closed spaces

climb public

climb

swim

climb

closed spaces

swim

swim

3. public space shoved into the climbing club to compress the plan, climbing walls are then adjusted and built around

4. a glass parti marking the entrance of the building gives passerbies a sneak peak into both the climbing club and the swim center the main climbing wall is vertical and other climbing functions stacked inwards to form a climbing friendly space

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Resource parameters

Focus areas

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Energy

Water

Daylight

Intention: Using clean energy

Intention: Recycling water

Intention: Using natural light

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Air

Nature

People

Intention: Creating a good indoor climate

Intention: Creating a complimentary relationship between nature and structures

Intention: Boosting public health and strengthening the community

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Resource parameters

Energy

Intention: Using clean energy Goal: To make the building self sufficient by producing renewable energy on site as well as utilizing all energy sources to their fullest. 1 1

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2

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Solar energy

Recycled energy

Hybrid solar thermal and pv panels (1) are used to produce hot water (2) and energy for the building.

The hot air from the pool area is captured, (1) recycling the energy from it via electricity driven heat pump (2) to warm up the water again. Same method is used to utilize the heat from the shower wastewater. References At DGI huset in Vejle heating costs have halved after a heat pump was installed in 2012 that makes use of the excess heat from the ventilation output and uses it for heating the pool water. Due to the high temperatures and humidity the air that is released out of the building is very energy dense. Therefore a swimming hall is ideal for heat recycling systems.3

References Solar thermal panels are a feasible option in Denmark despite the northern location. The solar radiation in Denmark per m2 is around 1.200 kWh a year. Solar thermal panels can utilize up to 50% of that energy.1 Hybrid thermal and pv panels utilize the solar radiation to both generate electricity and heat. The combination increases the efficiency of the photovoltaic cells that otherwise suffer a loss of efficiency as they get hotter. The thermal panel collects the excess heat making the pv cells more efficient.2

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In a typical swimming hall 20% of the overall energy consuption goes to heating shower water. A heat recycling system can reuse up to 35% of the heat from the disposal water and lower the heating costs for the showers by one third.4

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Hybrid solution The overall energy approach is a combined solution. Solar energy, recycled energy, good use of daylight and natural ventilation lowers the energy use while improving performance. Thoughtful programming of pool sizes and temperatures moreover increases the quality of the swim center and gives guests more opportunities to enjoy the therapeutic benefits of hot water without increasing energy use.


“Solfangere I Kroner Og Øre.” “Solimpeks Volther Hybrid PV-T Panels.” Poulsen, “Overskudsvarme Halverer Varmeudgiften.” 4 Bisted and Mohr, “Spar Energi På Det Varme Brusebad.” 1 2 3

Solar energy is used to generate heat and energy for the building

1 shower = 2 kr.

Sunlight in some cities

20%

1200 1000 kWh/m2

800 600 400

of the energy

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Munich

Stuttgart

Vienna

Copenhagen

Paris

used in a swimming hall goes to heating shower water

Amsterdam

0

save 1/3 of that energy

Yes, we’ve got enough sunshine.

Gellerup existing swimming hall

New swim center proposal

utilizing the heat from the used water can

34° 27°

36°

3 pools, 900m3 of water

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kWh

40°

27°

30°

36°

38° 34°

6 pools, 800m3 of water

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Resource parameters

Water

Intention: Recycling water Goal: To minimize fresh water use by purifying and recycling the water used in the building.

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Biological purification The outdoor pool is a naturally purified fresh water pool. The water recirculates after being cleaned by biological processes in an attached cleaning pond. (1) The water flows into the cleaning pond where leaves, pollen, dust, dirt and harmful microorganisms are degraded by microorganisms and a biofilm.5 A natural swimming pool has low maintenance and is CO2 neutral. It is therefore a great alternative to outdoor pools with heated and chlorinated water. References Currently there have not been made public fresh water pools in Denmark using this technique but private ones can be found and recent proposals have been made for public ones. A proposal made by Krads and Klar for Skjern friluftsbad6 has been used for inspiration in the project. Our neighbors in Germany have many examples of public pools of this type and there is also one in Sweden.7

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Chemical/technical purification A new Danish technology makes it possible to use as low as 20% of the chlorine used in conventional swimming pools. When chlorine gets in contact with organic materials like skin cells and inorganic materials like urine and sweat harmful chemicals like chloroform and chloramine are produced. The technology cleanses the water faster than normal which almost eliminates the presence of these harmful chemicals. An automatic drum filter cleanses the organic materials out of the water as needed, many times a day, which means that around 85% of the contaminants are out of the water within the hour. This makes it possible to reduce the use of chlorine by 50-90%. Membrane filters are also used, which can capture particles down to 1000 times smaller than conventional filters, hence the water becomes much cleaner. Then there are the inorganic materials that cannot be eliminated with filters. Those are removed with the help of

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ultraviolet light. This method of purification also improves the air quality since there are fewer chemicals in the air.8 References This method of water purification is more effective and less energy consuming than conventional chemical purification circles.9 Also it causes people minimal irritation from the chlorine. Professional swimmers training at Bernstoffsminde Efterskole that needed asthma medication could stop use it during a study where less chlorine was used.10


Særlige Krav Ved Dispensation Til Kunstige Svømmesøer (notat). Krads and Klar, Udvikling Af Skjern Svømmesø. 7 Juncker, “Svømmesøer Fakta.” 8-9 “Langt Mindre Klor I Svømmehallen.” 10 12:00, “Endelig.” 11 Center for Forebyggelse,, Sundhedsstyrelsens Sundhedsfaglige Vurdering Angående Anvendelse Af Regnvand Til Toiletskyl I Offentlige Institutioner (notat). 12 Lund, Engineering consultation regarding focus areas. 5

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Greywater recycling

Using rainwater

Greywater from the building is purified by filtration through plantbeds. (1) When clean it is then lead to a wetland area in the park. (2) In the long run, legislations aside, the purified water could be led into the building and reused. The greywater recycling requires a careful use of chemicals in the building so that harmful chemicals are not released into nature. That can easily be solved with a no-bringing-your-ownsoap policy in the swim center. The greywater from the adjacent building, a new culture house, could be cleaned in the same system as long as the chemical release into the drain is controlled.

Rainwater is collected from the roof and in a rainwater garden for use in the building. The rainwater can be used for toilet flush, laundry and theoratically also for pool water. Currently legislations do not allow for rainwater to be used in installations in public buildings in Denmark.11 However, since the necessary technology for rainwater use to be safe exists,12 the approach in this project is to look ahead and presume that the legislation is a barrier that will be crossed in the near future.

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Enriching the environment After the greywater has been purified it is led into wetlands in the biological corridor of the park, enriching the recreational area.

Parameters

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Resource parameters

Daylight

Intention: Using natural light

Goal: To lower the need for artificial light by designing with daylight. Volume

Daylit spaces

The building volume takes into account that sunlight should reach the outdoor pool area east of the building.

Atmosphere

All working and staying spaces have natural lighting.

Daylight varies with the spaces of the building upon need for specific light quality or ambience.

SW/W E

Volume The building steps down towards the outdoor pool area, maximizing the sun in the garden.

N/E

Pool area Direct and reflected light from east as well as skylight.

Work Direct light from north and east.

Hamam Ambient skylight

Climb Direct and bounced skylight

S

Climbing lounge Direct southern light

S

Public space Deep space, varying light conditions. Direct light from south and indirect light from west.

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Changing rooms A rainwater garden is carved out between the two changing rooms, covered with stained glass, letting diffused light into the changing rooms.

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Air Intention: Creating a good indoor climate

Goal: To make use of vegetation and ventilation to clean the air and create a good indoor climate.

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2 3

W

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Climate zones

Natural ventilation

The swim center and climbing club have very different indoor climates. The swim center has hot and humid air while the climbing clubs has a dry and colder climate. Therefore the building is split into two separate climate zones. The climbing club has natural ventilation (1) and the swim center’s wet spaces (2) and dry staying spaces (3) a mechanical ventilation.

The climbing spaces with its high ceilings take in air through the west facade which is released through the glazed ceilings.

in

out

Mechanical ventilation The swim center has a mechanical ventilation. The ventilation system feeds the hot output air to a heat pump that then heats water.

Biological air purification Green walls in the pool area help keep the air fresh in a natural way. Water cleaning using low amounts of chlorine also lowers the amount of chloramines in the air, keeping the air fresher to begin with.

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Resource parameters

Nature

Intention: Creating a complimentary relationship between nature and structures Goal: To design a building and landscape that respects and strengthens the existing nature while improving conditions for recreation and sport.

Biological corridor

Sports

Variety

A biological corridor with water elements is established in the park, based on the healthy nature already there.

A sports axis is created, connecting a new sports fields with an existing sports building in the neighborhood.

The landscape varies and gradients between planned and free flowing.

Building

Water

The new building varies in height, rising up towards the city and lowering down towards and connecting to the park. The barrier between nature and building is blurred by inviting nature into the building and creating a free flowing relationship from the pool area out to the park.

Recycled water is lead into nature, enriching the recreational areas.

The nature focus is covered in more detail in the park section of the urban parameters.

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People Intention: Boosting public health and strengthening the community

Attraction

Activity

Diversity

The building helps connect Gellerup with the greater Aarhus area by offering attractive functions.

The building has a strong local program offering classes that among other things help to activate people that suffer from physical or mental health problems.

The fusion of the climbing club and swim center attracts varied types of users.

Image The healthy and welcoming program of the building helps to strengthen the image of Gellerup. The form and material use of the building differs from the existing buildings in the area and represents diversity.

The people focus is covered in more detail in the chapters about settings and progam.

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Architectural parameters

climb

Concept

swim

Function to form

Form of a village

Two main intentions are important in forming the building: The first is stacking vertical functions of the climbing club to reach up to the height of the city around. The other is prolonging the horizontal functions of the swim center into the park.

The dome of the hamam was a starting point for the form of the building. The hamam could have been translated into a more modern form, however, it was very appealing to have a reason and opportunity to use the dome form.

climb

swim

Picturing the dome surrounded by the other functions of the project brings to mind an image of a village from the Arabic region or the Mediterranean. In the Arabic city the clear identity of the dome contrasts the humble identity of the other buildings that grow organically in clusters of simple rectangular forms. In a similar way the functions of the building are clustered and stacked together, creating its skyline where the identifiable dome is underlined. This inspiration is both far-fetched and fitting. The project borrows a very non-Nordic function: the hamam. At the same time as it is foreign it is close to home to the many people that have migrated from or have a background in the Arabic region and Turkey.

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*General background on Arabic Architecture: *Ragette, Traditional Domestic Architecture of the Arab Region. Rugbjerg, “Arabisk Arkitektur.�

Islamic

Nordic

The paradox Taking inspiration from the Islamic world is in many ways a paradox. The Islamic world is literally like Scandinavia turned inside out - or outside in. The Islamic city is introvert and private with an unclear public facade while the Scandinavian city is extrovert with a well defined facade. Islamic sustainability is very inspiring. The survival instinct, living in union with a harsh nature and climate, is prevalent in Islamic architecture. This brings us to another contradiction, the fact that the climate is as different to Nordic climate as the Muslim culture is from the Scandinavian welfare society. Contrasts aside there are also common denominators. The mindset is universal and has a common ground with the humanistic Nordic approach: to make architectural decisions with respect to function, climate and culture. Another similarity is material use: using earthy, warm and local materials, be it clay, brick, wood or whatever else is on hand.*

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Approach The project is an attempt to mix components inspired by distant cultures with local elements, still keeping a sense of place. It is important to remember that we are in Denmark. The building should be a new element contrasting the faceless modern architecture in Gellerup. To achieve multicultural architecture it is neither possible to be completely true to one concept, nor to be free of contradiction. The building represents contrasts. It fluctuates between foreign and familiar, universal and local. It houses contrasting functions and induces different states of mind and body: action and relaxation. The building encourages social interaction and is a place where people are invited leave their differences aside. Gellerup is like a mini version of the world. It has people from 80 nations. Still it has a negative and homogeneous image. The diverse cultures are shoved into the same boxes. There is not much room for differences and they often lead to conflicts. The approach of this project is to embrace the difference and interlace the cultures: making compromises without compressing cultures.

Parameters

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Proposal

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Building scale

Functionality

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Climbing club

Swim center

Public

Administration

Techical basementv

Circulation

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Building scale

top rope

change

top rope

change

change

classroom

sauna

cafeteria/tickets

winter garden

cafeteria/tickets

top rope

top rope

Plan and section

action

baby

change swimming

classroom

sauna

outdoor pool

winter garden purification pond outdoor pool

action

baby

swimming

purification pond

Ground floor and section 1:700

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Building scale

Materials

Down to earth

Brick

Vegetation

The material used in the project are mainly brick, wooden roof construction and wooden climbing walls. The choice of materials is driven by being local, both in the practical way of thinking but also in the way the building is perceived. It should be warm and pleasant. The drive to create a warm and down to earth building also comes from a need to contrast the cold and grey modernism in Gellerup.

Wood

Water

Glass

Textiles

Plants and water are important elements in the project and are treated as design objects. The climbing club has glass ceilings with wood construction, and skylights in other parts of the building are implemented in the same way. Textiles are used in the swim center to create pleasant acoustics and allow for more zoning of functions by variety in the ceiling. Technical basement and technical installations of the building are mainly kept behind the climbing walls. As the climbing halls are large open spaces this creates easy access for maintenance and renovation.

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Master cv

9th semester Studio Regenerative Architecture Apartment building with a greenhouse facade with multiple apartment sizes. Preceding work included a masterplan and research into regenerative architecture and planning. Tutors: Niels Nygaard + GXN

8th semester Internship at Transform

Museum competition, urban competition, layout and graphics. Contact person: Lars Serup

7. semester Studio Approaching Sustainability Urban recreation center including a basketball hall, cafĂŠ and roof garden. Preceding work included workshops on daylight and wood construction.Tutor: Inge Vestergaard

Previous education

Bachelor of Architecture from the Iceland Academy of the Arts


Auรฐur Hreiรฐarsdรณttir http://audur.me 2014

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Gellerup swim center meets Aarhus climbing club


Gellerup swim center meets Aarhus climbing club