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Description  of  the  Project:   Beyond   Style-­‐   Learning   to   “Read”   Architectural   Language   and   Form:   In   order   to   move   forward   we   must   begin   with   those   that   have   come   before   us.   As   a   designer   one   must   learn   to   work   with   precedent   and   critically   review   the   works   of   others,   to   appreciate   the   issues  at  hand  and  digest  the  forms  and  languages  used  to  address  them.  Each  student  will  be  required  to  take  on  an  architectural   “role”   of   a   chosen   designer   and   present   an   architecturally   based   critical   review   and   “reading”   of   his/her   work.   After   this   preliminary   review   each   student   will   design   a   simple   contemporary   project   in   the   spirit   of   their   chosen   designer,   taking   on   their   architectural   persona  in  the  multi-­‐dimensional  context  of  their  given  site.  Different  presentation  techniques  are  encouraged  including  production   of  drawings  using  manual  and/or  digital  techniques.  Physical  models  of  site  and  building  are  the  primary  mode  of  exploration  and   design.  

3XN:    

 

 

Kim  Herforth  Nielsen                                                                                                                                                      Bo  Boje  Larsen   Partner,  CEO                                                                                                                                                                                      Principal,  Partner,  Creative  Director                                                  Jan  Ammundsen  -­‐  Partner,  Head  of  Competition        


MIND  YOUR  BEHAVIOR   • • • • •

Way  we  work  with  the  term  behavior  generates  new  ideas   New  shapes  based  on    behavior  and  the  users  needs   Behavior  is  important  because  we  design  for  people   Interesting  shapes  cause  people  to  interact  more   Behavior:  in  connection  with  materials  or  buildings   Example  :  sustainable  buildings  should  shape  it  to  keep  the  solar  heat  cut  

Themes                                       Architecture                                               Shape           Shape  is  one  of  solutions  of  behavioral  paradigms  

Every  Behavior  =  different  shape  

Philosophy  :   Architecture  is  more  about  creating  spaces  and  environments   that  accommodate  the  people’s  working  and  living;  however,  it   is  about  creating  an  environment  that    is  inspiring  and  designed   according  to  the  Human  beings  behavior  aspects.   “Architecture  is  story-­‐telling.  We  listen  to  the  story  the  site  is   telling  us,  and  that  story  becomes  part  of  the  concept  we   develop.  We  investigate  the  site  and  we  ask  people  questions  in   order  to  find  the  story  the  building  should  tell.  This  is  the   process  of  ....  Investigate,  Ask,  Tell,  Draw,  and  Build”    


Sketches:     “Architecture  is   creative  futurology,   that  is  why  we   always  try  to   understand  the   context  in  which  we   build  –  the  physical   surroundings  as   well  as  the  social,   cultural  and   historical  context  in   general”                                                                           Architecture  shapes   behavior.  That  is   why  we  try  to  create   places  where  people   can  interact  and   communicate  and   where  synergy  can   grow.      


Trial  models:       Massing:  allocating  the  zones  according  to  the   private  and  public  zones  showing  the  vertical   circulation  as  a  spiral.                    

This  model  represents  the  activities  that  will  be  done  in  the  house   as  each  wall  representing  a  word.  For  example:  interaction,   network,  play,  help,  express,  action,  and  feelings.      


Concept:   Combining  the  three  sides  of  the  trapezoid  that  represents  the  social   interaction  diagram  in  a  way  that  enhances  social  interaction  to  the   housing  according  to  the  users  needs.  Each  side  represents  an  activity   and  indicating  it  by  a  different  height  and  angle  of  inclination.                            


Plans:  

Ground  Floor  Plan      The  Ground  floor  consists  of  two  zones  one  is  

public  zone  (  Living  area  and  dining)  and  this  is   the  place  where  social  interaction  exists.  The   four  walls  surrounding  this  area  are  (Social  

interaction,  play,  express,  and  feel).   The  other  zone  is  a  private  zone  which  consists   of  family  living  area  and  office.  The  core  zone  is   connecting  the  two  zones  and  it  consists  of  the   services  like  the  core  circulation,  kitchen  and   maid’s    quarter.  

First  Floor  Plan:       The  First  Floor  consists  of  the  Bedrooms  and  a   living  area  is  connecting  the  two  bedrooms   overlooking  a  roof  garden  terrace  that  is  the  roof  of   the  ground  floor.  The  roof  garden  takes  an  inclined   that  covered  with  green  area.        


Elevations:   The  house  has  a  two  different   inclined  angle  with  different   heights  to  indicate  the  importance   of  each  part  and  the  function  as   well.  The  facade  has  a  pattern  of   different  sizes  of  windows  with  the   same  pattern  making  a  skin  to  the   building.  

       


Section:              

  Site  Plan:              


Model:        


FIRRST PROJECT  

DESIGN A HOUSE BASED ON 3XN BEHAVIOR

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