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I consider health promotion as a version of people-oriented way of design, which would meet their physical and mental, psychosocial and socioeconomic care needs. And it aims to enable all people to have equal opportunities to participate in every aspect of society. In this portfolio, I would like to show my different ideas about health promotion, like respecting nature, motility, social connection, relation between privacy and public and local context.
45 DEGREES TO THE SUNLIGNTS Housing Invention
THE COMMUNITY LANTERN
Ã–rebro Healthcare Center Design
Cultural Center Design
2017 Wernstedt Sketch Student Competition
45 DEGREES TO THE SUNLIGNTS Wooden Houses in Urban Environments Tutor: Jonas Carlson 2017.2-2017.5
In this project, the most important concept is catering the sunlights. The site is located in Scandinavian area where the sunlights are appreciiated by almost all creature. And because of the position and angle of the site, it is difficult for the dwellers who live in the rooms faced to the northeast to get enough sunlights. Thus, the first thing that I did was rotating the existing axis at 45 degrees.
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As the diagram shows that, from 8 o'clock to 14 o'clock, the sunlight area is larger than before. And almost the half of unints have both moring sun and evening sun, which seems like that the sun never set in the apartments. In addition, the habitants could enjoy the sunshine when they cool and pass by the middle corridors as well.
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On the basis of the size of site, the shap above is the properest way to cope with the angle and face to the sunlights.
The only weakness is the square areas in the middle where sunlights arrive harder than the sides. So, it is good to set corridors in the middle.
Through deviding the room sizes, sunshine areas get increased. And it is more convenient to set balconies.
In order to increasing more sunshine time in a day, staircases could help a part of units to get the morining sun as well as evening sun.
Based on the bearing sturcture, the form of the second layer came out, which is more private for bedrooms and study rooms.
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Wooden houses have many environmental benefits in terms of both production and recycling. And as a multi-storey building, CLT material would be the first choice to use because of its high strength and light weight. During the process of construction invention, to keep the structure renewable, load- bearing walls and non- load-bearing walls were intersected in every two floors as a module.
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N Based on the structure system, non-load-bearing walls were removed to creat open and public spaces for the community. Except basic needs like storage rooms, laundry rooms and grocery shops, some outdoor spaces covering by roofs could be used as parking areas for bikes, and the other could be set as furnished sitting areas. As for junk rooms and exits of underground parking garage, they were arranged flexibly in the central artificial landscape area.
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B 1 29 m
F 5 4m
A 3 4m
K 7 7m
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88 m EI TYP
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H 8 4m
There are eleven types of unints in total(76 units) with two small size ( TYPE A, TYPE C), eight middle size (between 72 square meters and 92 square meters) and a big size (TYPE B). TYPE E, TYPE G, TYPE J and TYPE K are the original units. After considering about sunlights in the corridor space, the gaps between every two blocks were created.
Second Layer Plan
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There are some indoor perspectives iin one unit. Following the flows of dwellers in the apartment in a day, from the bedroom to the kitchen, from the living room to the public corridor, they could enjoy much more sunlights than ordinary apartment could provide, espacially located on the site where the building would face to the east or the west. And also, because of the longer duration of sunshine, heating energy could be reduced partly in winter.
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Ã–rebro Healthcare Center Partner: Victoria Mccrea & Sofia Nordin Tutor: Christine Hammarling & Elke Miedema 2017.9-2018.1
The Community Lantern celebrates the strength of the patient and the importance of neighbourhood connection. Located in the heart of Ă–rebro city, the healthcentre combines specialist care with social programs for all ages. The achitecture of the building is organized in layers of increasing privacy with the public function on the ground floor and more private functions hidden on upper floors.
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THE CITY OF ÖREBRO
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Örebro is sweden’s sixth biggest city and is in the middle part of Sweden. The site placed right outside the central parts of the city. Like many other Swedish cities Örebro is dealing with ang ageing population and a big amount of immigration. The project combines a healing environment where primary care, specialist care and possibilities for interaction is combined.
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MOTILITY UN RO YG
The patient should be able to read their surroundings as they pass districts and arrive at nodes throughout the building. Clear wayfinding and accessible information are fundamental in the design of a healthcare centre.
PRIVACY A key component in salutogenics is the patientâ€™s ability ot maintain control of thier personal space. The patient should feel that they have the choice to separate themselves from public situations and protect their privacy, should they feel they require a moment of introspection.
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Social connection has the power to minimize the isolating feeling that a patient may feel when struggling with health issues. This project will not only aim to connect patients with the healthcare they require, but will also promote social bonds throughout the community.
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Ideas During Design
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To create generality and flexibility within the building, two different modules of 15 x 15 meters were constructed. The modules are formed from one straight corridor through the module which when put together creates a clear and straight way for the patients. To create a protection between the examination rooms and the corridor niches are created outside the doors. This positions the door at an angle which protects the view into the examination rooms and creates a privacy for the patient staying inside the room.
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threshold traffic flow
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Unit Arrnagement: 1 st Floor: Daycare and Family Outreach, 2 nd Floor: Childrenâ€™s Clinics, 3 rd Floor: Gynocology
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The different units in the healthcare centre are arranged vertically while accessed horizontally from the core Lantern. The most public programs of each unit are located on the ground level, with more private functions on the upper floors. This design allows for some interaction between different social groups while still providing the seclusion each unit requires. The senior centre and family centre, for example, share public space in the couryard with strong visual connections to one another. Their more private clinics, however, are located on upper levels and quite separate.
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The faรงade is a direct illustration of the program, as it works to hide or celebrate certain functions of the building. As all of the public programs in the facility are located on the ground floor, the fenestration is light and open, illuminating the activities held inside.
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Lerum Cultural Center Partner: Wenjin Jiang Tutor: Joaquim Tarraso 2016.9-2017.1
On the way from the commercial street to the popular swimming center, the cultural center is defined as a part of the nature along the river. The â€˜columnsâ€™ are represented as architectural elements like columns, furnitures and even specific zones, which would creat transparent and flexible spaces. The project is supposed to build a public space in the nature for the community.
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PUBLIC SQUARE - CITY CENTRE From the section analysis, there is a sequence of public space along this direction, so what we should do is getting rid of spoiling the space. ALONG THE WATER SPACE The aim is to think how to use the advantage to provide more possibility for the public to enjoy thenmselves and minimize the influence on the nature. GREEN SPACE - GREENLAND There is a gap bewteen the two districts, connecting them together could create new quality for the city.
Using dots to text the density of people influenced by the surrounding environment the elements of site could be homogeneous ideally, but in the reality it is impossible. it could be nonhomogeneous under the influence of surrounding environment.
Using the lines to text the connection between exterior and interior abandon the real wall to create the maximum of flexibility and connection.
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Using the building groups instead of a single entity, on the one hand, it could reach the maximun of flexibility-according to the different environment, the design could have more adaptation, on the other hand, it would promote the accessibility for the public, located in a central space, provide more public space which is open to the community.
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FUNCTION & SPACE
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A Space for Waiting at JÃ¤rntorget 2017.5-2017.6
In spired by honeycomb, the project is aimed to provide private spaces for public, which is appreciated in Sweden. For designing a profecient public space, personal areas are needed to be well divided, but they would differ from private spaces. Sitting somewhere alone but could say hi to the others is the original idea of this project.
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SITE PLAN As the terminal station for Älvsnabben, the shuttle boat that connect Hisingen with the south side of the river Göta älv, moved to Stenpiren, there is no longer a stop close to Järntorget, a main hub in Gothenburg’s public transport. The task is to design a building where commuters can wait for the next boat.
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SECTION NORTH TO SOUTH
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The size of each box is 1500 milimeters by 750 milimeters, and it is enough for one person to relax himself or herself. The stairs surrounding every 4 boxes are not only for peple to arrive to the highest boxes, but also keep passerby away from private boxes.
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In additioin, the project is equipped with a cafe room and a lavatory, which is convenient for the people who are waiting to spend their boring time.
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COMPANY WITH ELDERS, cottage design, 2014.11
PATHWAY, renovation of commercial street, graduation design of bachelor program, 2016.02
THE WARM HOUSE, community office, 2015.01.
THE DANCER, training for 3D print about form research, 2017.01, team work with Martin and Emelie.
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Published on Mar 14, 2018