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THE CLAYTON SCHOOL OF BOAT BUILDING AND DESIGN

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BROAD CHANNEL MARSHLAND NURSERY

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CHRIST CHURCH SPITALFIELDS MODEL

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ROGER WILLIAMS CENTER FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION, DEMOCRACY AND CITIZENSHIP

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AA VISITING SCHOOL RING OF FIRE TOKYO, JAPAN

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ADVANCED BUILDING SYSTEMS CASESTUDY SHARE YARAICHO


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THE CLAYTON SCHOOL OF BOAT BUILDING AND DESIGN IN COLLABORATION WITH ALEXANDROS PISSARIDES

SITED ALONG THE ST LAWRENCE RIVER IS THE CITY OF CLAYTON IN NEW YORK, A MAJOR SHIPBUILDING AND LUMBERING PORT SINCE THE EARLY 19TH C. THE CLAYTON SCHOOL OF BOAT BUILDING AND DESIGN IS TO BE A CENTRE OF APPRENTICESHIP BETWEEN MASTER BOATBUILDER AND STUDENT. IT PROVIDES NOT ONLY A SCHOOL WHICH RUNS 6 MONTHS OUT OF THE YEAR, BUT ALSO HOUSING FACILITIES FOR BOTH STUDENTS AND PROFESSORS, A MUSEUM FOR VISITORS, AND BOAT RESTORATION AND REPAIR FACILITIES. THE BUILDING DRAWS ITS STRUCTURE FROM THE COMPLEX METHODS AND NECESSITIES OF BOATBUILDING, AS IS EVIDENT IN THE USE OF GANTRY LIFTS THAT CAN BE SEEN THROUGHOUT THE WORKSHOP SPACE. THE MOVEMENT OF THE BOAT DURING ITS MANY PROCESSES IS THE PRIORITY IN THE WORKSHOP, AS THE BOAT CAN BE TRANSPORTED FROM THE STREET DOWN INTO THE WORKSHOP, AND THEN INTO THE WATER AND VICE VERSA, WHEREAS THE MOVEMENT OF THE HUMAN IS AS A VIEWER OF THESE PROCESSES.


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IMAGES FROM LEFT TO RIGHT CLOCKWISE: STRUCTURAL SECTION WITH ELEVATION, FIRST FLOOR PLAN, DIAGRAMS

1 EAVE TRIM 2 STANDING SEAM ZINC ROOF 3 3” RIGID INSULATION 4 ROOF DECK 5 3’X5’X4MM CORTEN STEEL PANEL 6 S4X7.7lb STEEL BEAM 7 HORIZONTAL FURRING STRIP 8 GALVANISED STEEL Z-CHANNEL 9 W16’X26lb STEEL BEAM 1O KOOLTHERM K15 RAINSCREEN BOARD ASTM E84 RATING OF 25/2O 11 1O”X1O” STEEL COLUMN 12 7/8” CORRUGATED STEEL PANEL 13 18” SITE-CAST CONCRETE RETAINING WALL 14 SITE-CAST CONCRETE SLAB 15 GRAVEL LAYER 16 CONCRETE FOOTING


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TOP IMAGE: LONGITUDINAL SECTION BOTTOM IMAGE: TRANSVERSE PERSPECTIVE SECTION


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LEFT IMAGE:PERSPECTIVE FROM BOAT LOOKING INTO WORKSHOP RIGHT IMAGE: PERSPECTIVE INSIDE WORKSHOP


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BROAD CHANNEL MARSHLAND NURSERY IN COLLABORATION WITH YUNDI ZHANG WITH A SITE LOCATED ON BROAD CHANNEL IN JAMAICA BAY, NEW YORK, THE APPARENT ISSUE OF DAILY TIDAL RISE AND FALLS, AS WELL AS STORM SURGES ARE PROBLEMS INHABITANTS OF THE ISLAND HAVE TO COMBAT. SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE BETWEEN THE LOSS OF MARSHLANDS SURROUNDING THE ISLAND AND TIDAL WATER LEVEL RISE HIGHLIGHTS THE NEED FOR THE CREATION OF A NURSERY TO GROW AND PROVIDE MARSH PLANTS THAT CAN BE TRANSPLANTED ONTO DYING MARSHES IN JAMAICA BAY. BY PLANTING MORE MARSHES, THE IMPACT THAT A FLOOD WILL HAVE ON BROAD CHANNEL CAN BE GREATLY REDUCED. A SERIES OF WATER TESTING MODELS WERE CREATED TO STUDY THE INTERACTION BETWEEN WATER AND FORM, ALONGSIDE THE UNDERLYING PATTERN AND ORGANISATION OF THE SURROUNDING CONTEXT, ULTIMATELY CREATING AN AREA FOR CULTIVATING, RESEARCHING, AND PROVIDING EDUCATION ON MARSHLAND PLANTS.


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TAXONOMY OF FORMS

PIN-WHEELING

SCALING

PUNCTURE

DE-CONSTRUCTION

STACKING

LEFT IMAGE: TAXONOMY OF FORMS RIGHT IMAGE: WATER FLOW TEST MODEL


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TAXONOMY OF WATER-STUDY MODELS PIN-WHEEL COMPOSITION

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ENCLOSURE TRIANGULAR GEOMETRY ORIENTATION RATE OF FILL SEQUENCE MAGIC BOX THRESHOLD

IMAGES FROM LEFT TO RIGHT CLOCKWISE: TAXONOMY OF WATER-STUDY MODELS, DIAGRAM OF WATER SEQUENCE IN MODEL, FINAL MODEL


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TIME/ FILLED UP VOLUME TIME/ FILLED UP VOLUME


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CHRIST CHURCH SPITALFIELDS MODEL

GROUP CONTRIBUTORS: ELLA ARNE, PAIGE BURKE, NICHOLAS JUNG, ALISE LAMOTHE, SORAVIS NAWBHANICH THIS 1/8”:1’ FOAMCORE SURVEY MODEL OF CHRIST CHURCH IN SPITALFIELDS LONDON WAS USED AS A TOOL IN UNDERSTANDING ‘CRAFT’ AND ‘RUIN’. THE MODEL WAS DECONSTRUCTED INTO A NARRATIVE OF WHAT THE BASIC CONCEPT OF THE 1729 CHURCH WAS, WHICH ENDED UP BEING SOLID-FRAME-SOLID WHEN MOVING FROM ITS FRONT TO ITS REAR. BY BUILDING THE MODEL, THE UNDERSTANDING OF HOW IT WAS CONSTRUCTED AND JOINED BECAME APPARENT, AS WELL AS ITS SPATIAL QUALITIES.


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ROGER WILLIAMS CENTER FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION, DEMOCRACY AND CITIZENSHIP LOCATED IN THE UPPER WEST SIDE OF MANHATTAN, NEW YORK, THE PROJECT PAYS HOMAGE TO ROGER WILLIAMS, A PURITAN MINISTER WHO WAS AN ADVOCATE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM, SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE, AND FAIR DEALINGS WITH AMERICAN INDIANS. THE PROJECT AIMS TO BE AN OPEN VESSEL IN WHICH THE PUBLIC CAN USE FOR PROTESTS AS WELL AS RAISING AWARENESS ON THE MODERN DAY ISSUES THAT WE FACE, A PLACE FOR FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION, NOT TOO DIFFERENT FROM THE GOALS OF ROGER WILLIAMS HIMSELF. THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE STRUCTURE REFLECTS THE IMPORTANCE OF THE MANHATTAN GRID TO THE CITY OF NEW YORK, AS WELL AS MIMICKING SOME OF THE SCALES OF THE ARRAY OF BUILDINGS AROUND IT.


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THE ROGER WILLIAMS CENTRE FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION, DEMOCRACY AND CITIZENSHIP


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LEFT IMAGE: TRANSVERSE SECTION RIGHT IMAGE: LONGITUDINAL SECTION


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Printing Studio

Contemplative Space

Archive

Indoor Assembly Space

Gallery Space

Outdoor Assembly Space

IMAGES FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: PROGRAM DIAGRAM, CIRCULATION DIAGRAM, GROUND FLOOR PLAN, FIRST FLOOR PLAN


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AA VISITING SCHOOL RING OF FIRE 2019 TOKYO, JAPAN WORKSHOP COLLABORATION THE AAVS RING OF FIRE - TOKYO WAS A 10-DAY INTENSIVE DESIGN RESEARCH WORKSHOP TAKING PLACE IN TOKYO, JAPAN IN AUGUST 2019. THE PROGRAM IN JAPAN WAS SET TO BE THE FIRST OF MULTIPLE TO OCCUR IN COMING YEARS WITHIN COUNTRIES LOCATED IN THE ‘RING OF FIRE’. COUNTRIES CONSIDERED TO BE WITHIN THE PACIFIC OCEANS ‘RING OF FIRE’ ARE EXPOSED TO ABOUT 90% OF THE WORLD’S EARTHQUAKES, THUS THE WORKSHOP AIMS TO ARCHITECTURALLY RESPOND TO THE IMPACT OF NATURAL DISASTERS IN THE AREA, STARTING WITH JAPAN. THE WORKSHOP CONSISTED OF 25 STUDENTS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD MEETING AT KEIO UNIVERSITY SHONAN FUJISAWA CAMPUS IN TOKYO, TO RESEARCH, TEST, AND PRODUCE A 1:1 SCALE MODEL OF A SHELTER FOR EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS. RESEARCH AND TESTING CONSISTED OF LOOKING FOR READILY AVAILABLE MATERIALS AFTER AN EARTHQUAKE AND FORMS THAT COULD BE MADE WITH THOSE MATERIALS. THIS RESULTED IN A PVC DOME-LIKE STRUCTURE THAT COULD BE DISTRIBUTED TO AREAS AHEAD OF DISASTERS AND ACT AS THE TEMPORARY FORMWORK FOR A MORE PERMANENT FORM. THE INFORMATION FOUND AND PRODUCED DURING THIS PROGRAM WILL CONTRIBUTE TOWARDS FUTURE WORKSHOPS HELD IN OTHER COUNTRIES WITHIN THE ‘RING OF FIRE’, ULTIMATELY PROVIDING INFORMATION TO THOSE COUNTRIES ON THE FIRST RESPONSE ABILITIES OF ARCHITECTURE DURING A NATURAL DISASTER.


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IMAGES FROM LEFT TO RIGHT CLOCKWISE: RING OF FIRE REGION MAP, STRESS TEST SIMULATIONS, PANEL DIAGRAM OF 3D MODEL, MATERIAL TESTING AND FABRICATING


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IMAGES FROM LEFT TO RIGHT CLOCKWISE: SEGMENTS OF SINGLE PANEL, 1:1 SCALE MODEL, ELEVATION OF MODEL


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ADVANCED BUILDING SYSTEMS CASE STUDY:SHARE YARAICHO IN COLLABORATION WITH ANDRES FENG & ANNA KORNEEVA

SHARE YARAICHO DESIGNED BY SATOKO SHINOHARA OF SPATIAL DESIGN STUDIO AND AYANO UCHIMURA OF ‘A’ STUDIO OFFER TWO ORIGINAL CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING SOME OF THE CHANGES TAKING PLACE IN JAPANESE SOCIETY. THEY RESPOND TO BOTH THE DEMAND FOR SOCIALISATION FROM TOKYO INHABITANTS AND A NEED TO DEVELOP AWARENESS WITH REGARD TO SAVING ENERGY. IN-DEPTH RESEARCH AND STUDY OF THE CASE STUDY LED TO THE PRODUCTION OF CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS AND A BOOK, TO HELP EXPLAIN THE STRATEGIES AND CONCEPTS EXECUTED BY THE ARCHITECTS.


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