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Spatial model

According to the data obtained above, the establishment of spatial model faithfully reflects the proportion of each specific type of space in the total number. The following factors should be taken into account in the reconstruction of spatial model: 1.Size 1.1 Area In the previous measurement section, six area intervals were used to classify areas. However, in the process of reconstructing the spatial model, it is impossible to restore each area value, so an intermediate value from each area interval is taken as the representative value of the area interval and used to reconstruct the spatial model. Â  Â?  ă&#x17D;Ą ă&#x17D;Ą ă&#x17D;Ą

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2.Architectural elements

In addition, several types of Spaces have some requirements for width-dept ratio: Interior space: 1.24~3.24 Pavilion: 1 Linear space: Keep the width between 1.2 and 1.5

Windows and doors

Long window

Half window

Porch

Lattice window

1.5m corridor

1.2m corridor

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JOINT SPACE =2.79(A+B)

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JOINT SPACE

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JOINT SPACE

A+B+C

JOINT SPACE

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1.49R

JOINT SPACE

1.65R

JOINT SPACE =0.52(A+B+C)

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1.73R

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1.53R 1.30R 1.64R

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Sa:Sb:Sc=1.19:1.21:1

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B Sa:Sb=1.62:1

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A+B

JOINT SPACE =3.37(A+B+C)

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0.77R

1.51R

1.73R

A+B+C JOINT SPACE

JOINT SPACE

JOINT SPACE =0.43(A+B)

1.49R

1.69R

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JOINT SPACE 0.60R

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Sa:Sb:Sc=1:3.39:5.66

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A JOINT SPACE

JOINT SPACE

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A+B+C

JOINT SPACE

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JOINT SPACE

JOINT SPACE =0.75(A+B)

JOINT SPACE

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JOINT SPACE

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JOINT SPACE =1.49(A+B)

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JOINT SPACE

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JOINT SPACE =1.59(A+B+C+D)

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JOINT SPACE

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JOINT SPACE =0.26(A+B+C+D+E)

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JOINT SPACE

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2.56R

JOINT SPACE

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JOINT SPACE

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JOINT SPACE

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JOINT SPACE D

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JOINT SPACE =0.54(A+B+C+D)

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JOINT SPACE

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JOINT SPACE =0.80(A+B+C+D+E)

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JOINT SPACE

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JOINT SPACE

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JOINT SPACE

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A+B+C+D+E

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2.03R

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Sa:Sb:Sc:Sd:Se=1:1.35:2.24:1.99:1.17

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2.46R

1.38R

A JOINT SPACE E

1.04R

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JOINT SPACE =0.30(A+B+C+D+E)

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Art Bookstore 12

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Function room 500㎡ Sa:Sb:Sc:Sd:Se=1:1:1:1:1

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In order to intuitively express the different degrees of influence of various functions, starting from the elements that make up the space, the curtain wall system and spatial scale are combined to generate a flexible system that embodies the "influence". Its control variables include: the size and influence of the target space, and the distance between other neighboring spaces and the target space. The influence of the target space determines the number of subdivisions of the curtain wall, the size affects the shape of the curtain wall unit, and the distance from other adjacent spaces determines the opening direction of the curtain wall.

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Multiple minimized group are connected and combined to obtain complex building groups

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Plan principle

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Ground floor

Arranging the minimized groups according to a certain rule can generate building groups in an orderly manner and can continue to grow. Firstly, several points are uniformly distributed in the field as the center of the minimization group, and then the axis and orientation of the minimization group are determined according to the positional relationship between the center point and its nearest two neighboring points. This logic can ensure that the positional association between the adjacent minimal groups is maintained, and the adjacent minimal groups will enclose a public outdoor field. This arrangement logic is also applicable to bases of other shapes, such as strip-shaped narrow bases, and the final result will also be a linear distribution consistent with the base conditions.

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On the premise that the center point of the minimization group remains unchanged, if the positions of independent functional spaces in the group are adjusted, different groups of buildings will be obtained. In the case of diffusion to the extreme, the boundaries of the minimization group also become blurred.

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When the scheme is combined with the actual site, the distribution of the building will be more flexible. The site was selected at the original site of a crematorium in Harbin, Heilongjiang Province. The base is next to a low mountain. When this distribution logic is applied to the actual site, you can see the building group growing along the terrain. In the process of growth, the state of enclosure and linear arrangement is constantly changing.

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# Portfolio 2020

MArch Architecture/MArch Architectural Design_2020/21_19119999

# Portfolio 2020

MArch Architecture/MArch Architectural Design_2020/21_19119999