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DECONSTRUCTIVE RE-USE Social strategies for Sloterdijks financial insecurities

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Thursday June 26th Graduation presentation A. Roosenschoon

DECONSTRUCTIVE RE-USE Social strategies for Sloterdijks financial insecurities

TUTORS

Ir. A. Snijders Ir. B Gremmen Prof. dr. W.A.J. Vanstiphout

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1. INTRODUCTION

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WHY ARCHITECTURE

WHY NO ARCHITECTURE

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‘FOLLOW THE MONEY ; do not let this crisis go to waste’

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2. MONEY & REAL ESTATE

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FOLLOW THE MONEY 11


FOLLOW THE MONEY 12


FOLLOW THE MONEY 13


FOLLOW THE MONEY 14


FOLLOW THE MONEY 15


FOLLOW THE MONEY 16


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FOLLOW THE MONEY 19


FOLLOW THE MONEY 20


FOLLOW THE MONEY 21


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MONOFUNCTIONAL OFFICE AREA SLOTERDIJK 23


MONOFUNCTIONAL OFFICE AREA SLOTERDIJK 24


FOLLOW THE MONEY 25


FOLLOW THE MONEY 26


FOLLOW THE MONEY 27


FOLLOW THE MONEY 28


FOLLOW THE MONEY 29


FOLLOW THE MONEY 30


FOLLOW THE MONEY 31


FOLLOW THE MONEY 32


FOLLOW THE MONEY 33


FOLLOW THE MONEY 34


FOLLOW THE MONEY 35


FOLLOW THE MONEY 36


1. Office buildings are developed as financial products

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2. 25% vacancy in office market

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3. Financial sector is in control of the built environment

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Serve the current spatial requirements

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3. CULTURE OF PROGRESS & WASTE

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VALUE

TIME

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VALUE

performance

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VALUE

performance

material life

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VALUE

WASTE performance

material life

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Transformation into social housing

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VALUE

TRANSFORMATION

performance

material life

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40% = TRANSFORMATION

60% = DEMOLITION

!?

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VALUE

DEMOLITION

performance

material life

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Energy

CO2

BUILDING SECTOR TRAFFIC INDUSTRY

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2007

2030

Source: Living Planet Report, 2010

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Financieel Dagblad, Oktober 2013

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4. SLOTERDIJK

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Typical office buildings: High rise

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Typical office buildings: Closed off

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Typical office buildings: Impersonal

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Social dwellings: Small scale & social interaction

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5. DECONSTRUCTIVE RE-USE

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VALUE

DECONSTRUCTION performance

material life

TIME

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SCARSE MATERIALS

EXPENSIVE LABOUR

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EXPENSIVE MATERIALS

CHEAP LABOUR

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Waste hierarchy

PREVENTION MINIMIZATION RE-USE RECYCLE ENERGY RECOVERY LANDFILL

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PREVENTION MINIMIZATION REUSE

RECYCLE

ENERGY RECOVERY LANDFILL

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PREVENTION MINIMIZATION

RE-USE

RECYCLE ENERGY RECOVERY LANDFILL

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6. METHOD

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22 identical storeys

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INFRASTRUCTURAL CORE concrete - ‘poured on site’

COLLUMNS

ORIGINAL ASSEMBLY

D: method crushing

DISMANTLED

R: method -In-situ

Energy: +++ machinery

Energy: +++

Labour: + Breaker

Labour: +++

Finance: +

Finance: ++

TOOLBOX ARCHITECTURAL

RE-ASSEMBLED

Facade ORIGINAL ASSEMBLY

WINDOW FRAMES

D: method

DISMANTLED

R: method

TOOLBOX

RE-ASSEMBLED

1190

1190

1590

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Energy:

Energy:

Labour:

Labour:

Finance:

Finance:

Energy:

Energy:

Labour:

Labour:

Finance:

Finance:

Energy:

Energy:

590 790

WINDOW FRAMES

sawing

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Energy: +++ machinery

Energy:

Labour: +

Labour:

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1190

1590

2590

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Finance: +

670

Finance:

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1190

PREFAB WALLS

CERAMIC TILES Energy:

Energy:

1590

1190

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590

790

Labour:

Labour:

Labour:

Labour:

Finance:

Finance:

Finance:

Finance:

SLABFLOORS

ANCHORS Energy:

Energy:

Energy:

Energy:

Labour:

Labour:

Labour:

Labour:

Finance:

Finance:

Finance:

Finance:

INSULATION

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8. AFFORDABLE HOUSING

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FRONTDOOR

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BACKDOOR

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BACKDOOR

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HOUT

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positive space

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Backyard

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Courtyard

DOORSNEDE 1:50

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RENDER ACHTERTUIN EN COURTYARD (met vlaggetjes)

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VALUE

DECONSTRUCTION performance

material life

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DECONSTRUCTIVE RE-USE  

Graduation Presentation Anniek Roosenschoon. Mentor team: Wouter Vanstiphout, Bas Gremmen and Anne Snijders Date of Graduation 26-06-2014

DECONSTRUCTIVE RE-USE  

Graduation Presentation Anniek Roosenschoon. Mentor team: Wouter Vanstiphout, Bas Gremmen and Anne Snijders Date of Graduation 26-06-2014

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