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Wood Green

Open House Unit A UEL 2016-17


This catalogue showcases a selection of projects that have been developed by students of Unit A at the University of East London during 2016-17. The outcome has been the result of open collaborative process and we would like to thank everybody that contributed to this: Beth Kay and Gavin Ball from Haringey Council, Anna Schabel, Christoph Kalb, Bruno Silvestre, Dieter Kleiner, Louise Duggan, Paulina Huukari, Tak Hoshino, Timo Keller and Tom Gibson. Edited by Carsten Jungfer

Students Year 3: AndrĂŠ Radcliffe, Corey Smith, Danii Matin, Danissa Dizon, Dogan Kaya, Elham Alfaify, Hani Saab, James Mear, Jana Dockalova, Kieran Green, Leyana Clarke, Rozkar Ali, Sina Ferki Year 2: Alford Dyett, Bipplav Limbu, Fouleymata Coulibaly Farhad, Hayden Mills, Legend Morgan, Muhammad Naim Ariffin, Sajat Rai, Vikrant Panchasara, Yen Chie Miaw

Tutors Carsten Jungfer

zectorarchitects www.zectorarchitects.net

Fernanda Palmieri

Galeria Arquitetos www.galeria.arq.br


Content

Introduction

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Site Observations page

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Project overview page

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Up-Cycling Hub Rozkar Ali page

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Artist Residency & Studio

Bipplav Limbu

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Pools, Pavilion, Pathway

Hayden Mills

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Social Incubator

Naim Ariffin

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Civil Hall & Leisure Centre

Jana Dockalova

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Box Park James Mear page

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Blurring Divison

Legend Morgan

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Workshop Area 51

Yen Che Maiw

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Project Showcase Leyana Clarke page

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Forte Climb

Sina Ferki

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Western Roar Arts Exchange

Danii Martin

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Cooking Lab

Corey Smith

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Alexandra Palace Wood Green

Turnpike Lane

Hornsey

Project Sites Study Area


Open House

Unit A is interested in the morphology of the city by investigating relationships between space, programme, materiality and time. With a focus on reading spatial conditions through careful analysis of found ‘urban moments’ we set out to get a better understanding of the city as a place of transition. We engage in domains between architecture and urbanism and are interested in adaptive architectural interventions that contribute to the formation of new types of collective space.

We investigated the agenda of openness in relation to architectural aspects of space making, structure and material detail.

This year we looked at Wood Green, one of London’s town centres, to investigate how ideas of open systems could be utilised at building scale to create forward-looking civic and sustainable architectures. Following recent shifts in political landscapes, there is a sense of suspension of a formerly known order, which has contributed to increased levels of uncertainty. Set within this contradicting context of pending and ongoing change, this raises interesting questions about the effects on future demand for new types of civic buildings to sustain Londons’ diversity and openness.

We set out to explore new forms of spatial design, organisation and construction to enable adaptable strategies, coexistences of multiple programmes and increased connectivity to propagate hybrid architectures that are coherent “products” of London as a collective space of open minded citizens.

Some of questions that emerged this year: Is openness is a precondition for transformation? When does it occur? Can architecture and spatial conditions be defined through characteristics of openness? What type and quality of space and architectural structure supports change, what not?

Carsten Jungfer and Fernanda Palmieri

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Separation of the Cultural Quarter

The inactive service entrances at the back of each store along with the number of stores along the high road means that the cultural side of Wood Green including the artists and local schools are not felt as part of the overall Wood Green experience. This disconnection between those that live, work and learn in Wood Green has lead to an overeliance on the retail quarter to provide character for Wood Green.

Retail Retail with Resi Above Commercial Community

The are very few east to west routes within the Wood Green Area, which inturn adds to the isolation of Wood Green cultural quarter.

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New River                        Railway                                                                                Faith  Miracle  centre  church


Lack of Leisure

There is a very weak correlation between the number of people that live and work in Wood Green and the amount o leisure activities that are provided in the area. Wood Green’s reliance on the retail quarter to provide character for the area has meant that Wood Green is very quiet in the evening when the majority of these stores are closed.

Not only is there a lack of leisure provided in the area but there is also a lack of variety in the area. The inclusion of t cinemas and three pubs in the area are the most evident examples of this fact.

Retail Retail with Resi Above Residential Leisure

Legend Morgan

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North view

Up-cycling Hub Rozkar Ali

East elevation

The proposal is a free Up-cycling Centre which

Solutions :

works in collaboration with the general public,

1 - Make a space to recycle and reproduce new

local residents and business and Haringey

items from the recycling items by artistes or any

Council. The building programme includes

other creative people.

Up-cycling Hub view through mod

spaces/workshops to recycle and work with recyclable items; an education centre to promote

2 - The Education Center itself enables public

awareness of sustainability; a safe space to

education opportunities and general awareness of

purchase up-cycled products; a flexible space

sustainability.

to be used at all times by the community and a canteen.

3 - Make a safe space to allow people to take or buy reusable items.

The proposal has the potential to make Wood Green a leader in promoting sustainable practices

4 - It is better to build a close space, so that it is

while creating a beautiful, multi-use public facility.

easier for people to use it at all times. 5 - Make an opportunity for the business to recycle their items here such as the chocolate factory as they are having lots of recyclable items. 6 - This project allows the Wood Green to be a leader in promoting sustainable practices while creating a beautiful, multi-use public facility.

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images of the recycling Centre

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heavy duty workshop stairs lift toilet reception shop cars route truck for loading containers pedestrian area for dropping waste items containers outdoor working and public area western road internal ramp external ramp chocolate factory school railway police station green space

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Artist Residency and Studio Bipplav Limbu

The proposed building will act as a temporary

Temporary purpose:

residency for a working artist giving local and

The idea is that the artists live and work for a

international artists as well as creative makers the

specific duration of the time where they can

opportunity to work and engage in a new context.

develop and show their work will in the proximity

By inviting artists from various backgrounds

of the locals. This short effective method provides

this could become an important and meaningful

a space for the artists to professionally show their

destination of learning and cultural exchange.

work and provide opportunities to enegage with

The building was designed to be accessible so

companies.

that the public can engage with the work being developed, and public spaces can also be used by the artist to work and interact with public.

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structural strategy

roof slab 250mm

steel truss

clt 200mm panel acting as a deep cantilever beam

floor slab

clt 300mm main supporing wall

R.C ground slab

500 x 500 glulam columns

insitu reinforced concrete step footing piles

insitu reinforced concrete pilecaps + piles under columns

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Panoramic View quite area - socially less active

public pathway is used by local people and also high school students because the pathway leads towards the high school

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The private area for the artist is located across the top floor of the building and laid out as single apartment to be used after work. This space will give the artist a comfortable and relaxing resisdential Building space to feel at ease from the working.

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space to integrate the public pathway into the building. The top floor apartment along with the cantilever is supported by strong structural column

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light on the mezzanine and studio. Below the mezzanine are rooms for storage, W.C, tea kitchen and additionally performs as a structural support for the mezzanine


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pools, Pavilion, Pathway Hayden Mills

In the spirit of openness, this proposal will seek

in particular any form of public swimming

to deliver an architecture that is accessible to the

facilities. One key theme from the consultation

people of Wood Green and environs. It will deliver

for the area’s action plan was to improve ‘social

three public pools; a pavilion; and a pedestrian

infrastructure’. Residents specifically want a

link between Western Road to Alexandra Park.

range of diverse community facilities, including a

The site area lacks social and outdoor leisure

swimming pool.

spaces;

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Social Incubator Niam Ariffin

The building proposal is an interaction hub with

By understanding the importance of exposing

office spaces, cafe, gallery and an assembly area,

students to creative people gives me an idea

to create a connection between the students

to create a connection between the students

living in Wood Green Halls of residence with the

living in Wood Green Halls of residence with the

creative community from the Cultural Quarter. All

creative makers from the chocolate factories.

these spaces will complement each other with their specific activities.

This engagement will help students to explore their creative mind and come out with ideas that

The proposal will somewhat be an extension

they never thought they could. they will have the

of programme from Kick Starter and TEDx

oppotunity to explore their creative minds and

promoting community engagement, social

improve their soft skills to practice daily.

gatherings, engagement with creative speakers and creating job opportunities.

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Civil Hall & Leisure Centre Jana Dockalova

An Architecture that aims to adapt to the

People, places, time and space. Spaces that can

users’ needs and that “makes friends” with its

easily transform from theatrical performance to a

surroundings. An Architecture that connects and

wedding venue or a conference space. Spaces

blurs boundaries to invite people to participate

in which we can accommodate the youngest and

and to gather just for fun. An Architecture that

the freest users to the oldest and most traditional,

becomes a destination - attracting people from

that connects and blurs boundaries inviting

further afar.The proposed spaces accommodate

people to participate and be part of.

programmes around leisure & recreation mixed with activities such as performances and informal

The proposed building intends to become a

gathering and meeting.

vibrant destination of leisure and recreational and cultural activities for local people and beyond. Imagine… a building with a swimming pool, performance and exhibition spaces and a small café!

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Box Park James Mear

This temporary building and public realm project

year timespan. The temporary building proposal

aims to connect the high street, library, shopping

will connect to the car park and shopping mall.

centre, cultural quarter and residential areas

The building will provide a free public space to

together. The building would provide public

“dwell” and that is aimed to be accessible 24/7.

dwelling space accessible 24/7 as well as an inviting active space off the high street. The

The building itself will house a cafe, public house,

building itself will house a café, public house,

retail units ,’garden’ spaces, games room, a

retail units, a garden space, games room,

play-ground and pleanty of seating areas. Many

playground and seating areas. The building will

of these functions are raised above ground level

connect ground level to the top 2 floors of the

so that users can enjoy views across the area and

shopping mall car park which will become public

especially towards Alexanda Palace. The top 2

event spaces.

floors of the car park will also be integrated into the proposal; the existing car parking area will be

Haringey Council have announced ambitious

transformed into a temporary public space as well

plans for the regeneration the area, and the

as a flexible event space.

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Blurring Division Legend Morgan

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The proposal aims to blur the division between

The building will be for artist, existing and

work and play, and to cater for the entire

potential residents; aiming to create a smooth

community by ensuring a plan to retain its

blend between design studios and a social venue.

creative members while providing transparency

The building will provide a range of low intensity

between work and play. The inviting open and

sports and social activities during the day and

public ground floor allows the building to feel

night whilst also providing a range of design

like an extension of the street, adding to the

studios.

public realm rather than a structure imposing

On the ground floor the building would aim to

itself on the space. The ramps are an invitation

serve as a well treated extention of the pavement.

to constant movement around the building.

Drawing in members of the public who may not

Studio spaces are rented at reasonable prices to

have planned to use the facilities in the building

subsidize the recreational spaces and offset any

but may simply want to sit and have lunch with a

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Wood Green has two clearly contrasting environments. The uninviting, inactive back service entrances have created a barrier between the residents of Wood Green and the high road. This has therefore caused the pedestrian intensity to be much lower in these area than on the high road. The shops along the high road have active facades which engage with the pedestrians. This continuous engagement with pedestrians all the way along the high road is one of the main features of Wood Green that helps to attract a high pedestrian intensity to the area each day.

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The John Dewey Independent Specialist College

The building should be able to be imagined as

Area 51 is an educational institution that supports

small educational studio and workshop, that

people with severe learning disabilities. My

provides a safe and protected (small) learning

proposed building will provide studio/workshop

environment set within the rather harsh and larger

spaces for students in Area 51, due to the lack of

scale light-industrial setting;

those spaces in their educational building, as well

It should also be imagined as being inviting and

as will create a relationship between Chocolate

open to delicately showcasing the work and

Factory creative community next door and the

workings inside ! At some times, it could even

students of Area 51. The programme focuses

transform into being an anchor point to an bigger

on aspects related this community and the

event, that could even take over the adjoining

improvement of social and local skills.

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section As you walk into the threshold, the properties of the space changes, from an enclose space into an open space and back into a more private and enclosed space, which gives a hybrid feeling when your in the threshold. i find this very interesting and used it as one of my case studies, and also extracted some properties of this threshold design.

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Project Showcase Leyana Clarke

Speaking with Haringey council and creative

advertising most merchandise and some of the

makers and local’s multiple requirements and

artists work. Large windows are key aspects of

plans are being made to revamp the community

the façade, allowing a key requirement of natural

and life within Wood Green. My building will

light in the desired spaces but also enabling

be called ‘Project Showcase’ an exhibition

experiences in the building to be viewed from

space specifically for the creatives & makers,

outside.

with their input I will design a space that can benefit as many of them as possible. In turn

With the arrival of project showcase its positive

this will generate interaction between the local

impact on Wood Green high priority objectives

community, As well as creating an adaptable

set out by Haringey have been achieved through

social space this project will over time populate

project showcase such as a space for people to

the redevelopment route in Wood Green as a

relax, support for local businesses, improving

hotspot. The site I have chosen is situated next to

visitor numbers and east and west connections.

Chocolate Factory 2, also known as the Karamel

The Chocolate Factory artists now have a space

restaurant.

where they can exhibit their work and increase their target audience on a grand scale. The space

Project Showcase Design Features:

is adaptable and allows many events to take

Distinct exhibition spaces were crucial need for

place at one time. Creating an inviting structure

the users, as the current chocolate factory is a

and establishing connections between creative

vibrant place it is not suitable for presenting and

makers and the communtiy.

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Existing site elevations

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Surrounding Buildings

Common pathways through the public space

Internal void providing shelter and light

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Ghent Markethall Casestudy: Activity Within the Open Space

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Forte Climb Sina Ferki

The building proposed is a climbing and community centre and is the result of our study area investigation where we identified the lack of recreational and public spaces in Wood Green. The site is located by the tunnel that connects Alexandra Park to Wood Green and the building was design to reinforce the connection between the two sides as well as to create a safe and active public realm by the tunnel. It is an innovative community centre as well as a climbing centre with dedicated climbing walls, bouldering, rope climbing and abseiling both for the younger children and the professional climbers.

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Spatial Development Strategy Options (favored opti

Proposed land use

Spatial Development Strategy Options (favored option by council )

View Point

Proposed land use

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Climbing Wall indoors

Leisure Community / Health Council accommodation Education / Culture Residential Retail / Food Beverage Transport Workspace Decentralized energy hub AAP / IF Boundary Town Centre boundary Proposed extension to town center boundary

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Leisure Community / Health Council accommodation Education / Culture Residential Retail / Food Beverage Transport Workspace Decentralized energy hub AAP / IF Boundary Town Centre boundary Proposed extension to town center boundary

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Western Road Arts Exchange Danii Martin

Wood Green is made up of a few different

unique skills produced within the creative quarter

communities. One of these communities involve

in Wood Green. Unique crafts include:

a huge cultural quarter, with the creative industry

Ceramics, Product Design, Fashion, Leathercraft

thriving within Wood Green. Being so close

etc. Teaming up with the local schools, and

to a number of schools and other educational

people who live/work in Wood Green, this

institutions, nobody is benefitting from the skills

programme could enhance both the

on their doorstep such as:

unrecognised cultural quarter and the knowledge

skill-transfer workshops, exhibition spaces and

of the people who attend. This programme

a space for the community to come together

could also offer opportunities of collaborations,

and could enhance the community as a whole

exhibitions and lectures, as well as bringing the

within Wood Green. Not forgetting residents, who

communities together. Wood Green is lacking

could benefit from opportunities to learn from this

a space for community activities, meetings and

unseen community, who might not even know it

spaces for showcasing such talent. As well as

exists.

creating a new centre for the existing creative skills in Wood Green, this proposal also opens up

The proposed programme for my site, includes a

the woodland area behind the site, and views to

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Skill-transferâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; programme. This allows the

Alexandra Palace.

community to come together, and learn the

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POLICE DEPOT

Heartlands High School - Tennis

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ALEXANDRA PRIMARY SCHOOL

Entrances from W estern Road & Connections to the street

Accesible woodland area

CHOCOLATE FACTORY

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Cooking Lab Corey Smith

Precedent study: Ridley’s Sustainablity strategy influence

Rideley’s was a project by the Decorators in callab tion with Atelier Chan Chan. It was a public realm terventionthat combined food and architecture, feat ing a food for food exchange organism. Located with street market Ridley’s worked within the market’s e isting infrastructure to negotiate it’s social and nomical contingencies.

Sectional Isometric drawing of final proposal

Following this year’s agenda of architecture Aims:

Food is the main driver for the building

understood as open systems, the proposed

programme, with educational, recreational and

building intends to create an environment that

entertainment purpose spaces. Food is also

promotes a better interaction amongst the

the driver to reshape the public realm with a

growing community in Wood Green and to create

proposed food market on ground floor level

opportunities for local independent businesses.

spreading out to River Park Rd.

Improve community relationships; Using the food scheme the Cooking Lab creates a program that promotes interaction and social learning with all who join. Promote small businesses: As people purchase ingredients to use in the cooking classrooms this creates a larger demand for fresh and sustainable produce allowing for business to grow for these indiviual markets around Wood green.

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Unit A UEL 2016-17

Open House  

Documentation of architectural proposals designed by students of Unit A at the University of East London investigating urban, material and s...

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