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8QFORVHG*ULG/LEUDU\ 1HZ9LVLRQIRUWKH+HOVLQNL3XEOLF/LEUDU\ The traditional library is being challenged by the transformation of the library program itself. The typologies of the contents mutate, creating a new need both operational and spatial. The library has been a focal point of an urban life. The proposal suggests an infrastructure that embraces the unexpected and changeable program in an urban context. Instead of adopting the prevalent free-formed             which reacts to the variable circumstances that could               that offers the library as a timeless infrastructure for urban life. space -JCSBS BSZ -JCSBSZ SBN 1SPHSBN

Fixed Program - Library collection - Education

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Library program

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- Lounges “oases� - Interactive spaces - Quiet areas

Intersections as a facility hub

             operates similar to an urban structure. The urban grid is made three-dimensional, and the program is arranged to embrace the changing of the time. The program          

   programs meet, there becomes the intersections with interactions between various activities. The urban               the future needs for the library.

Intersection Hubs

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Fixed program

- Circulation points - Client service point - Public toilets

Infrastructure Un-fixed program

Un-fixed program - Pop-up info spot - Temporary exhibitions - Space reservations

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Urban plan / 1:2000


view from the parliament building

west pedestrian way

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Siteplan / 1:500


Open ground

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1F/ Main Lobby

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                       homogeneity of the ground blur the inside and the outside of the library. The service vehicles enter the premises from the north-east corner, where                    &      #            well as the in-between spaces.

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connect to underground space

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diagonal +18.6m +12.9m

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2F/ view from the rentable exhibition

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               K   and diagonal connections. The regularity of the grid gives a clear idea of circulation inside the building, while providing a freedom of movement in every direction.

â&#x20AC;ŤŘľâ&#x20AC;Ź2F               of learning and doing. The <living lab> is visible from all parts of the    #     #          moment. From the main lobby, the escalator leads the visitors directly to the <oases (lounge)> space, where the people meet and interact. The <rentable exhibition> space is accessible directly through the core on the south-most corner, allowing for an independent use of the space. The <Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s world> is easily accessible from the sub-lobby on the north side.

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  6     "          " 7ties requiring daylight and open platform are located. Each program has abundant terrace space which opens up the library to the exterior world. The <library collection> is located together with the <teaching/group

8  9                  ;   =            practice. The project space and the lounge are sharing a communal  

     #    ?       directly reachable from the lounge area in the center, where the escalator is connecting the visitors to the upper collections as well.


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4F/ Library collection

4F/ view from the quiet area

Roof garden

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â&#x20AC;ŤŘľâ&#x20AC;Ź4F                    spaces. The largest collection hall is directly accessible from the main       "           and the service space supports the library facilities systematically         9        #    point, public toilets and circulation hubs are located. These programs                  the clients.

â&#x20AC;ŤŘľâ&#x20AC;ŹRoof               shaded spots on the intersections. The visitors can access the roof through the staircases on the west and on the south. Various activities such as sun bathing, resting, viewing, and projection auditing can occur on the roof.

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Connection to underground space

Connection to the underground space

City Tunnel

In the future, connection to the underground cultural space can be possible through the foyer on the B1 level. The foyer is serving both

B1/ Cimena, Multi-purpose hall foyer

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the cinema and multi-purpose hall. By connecting to the underground       #     #           7               the ground, as well as a air shaft penetrating the building vertically from underground to the top.

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â&#x20AC;ŤŘľâ&#x20AC;ŹB1 Media programs that do not require daylight are situated such as music, radio station, game room, etc. are situated on the underground level. 7                   

                  Connection to the future underground space towards the Finland music hall is possible though the foyer area. This will extend the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s        

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Longitudinal sections

Flexible & Easy access to individual program 1:200 0

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- Access to programs Collection

Collection Oases Oases Lobby

Learning and doing

Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s world

Sub- Lobby

Learning and doing

Main Lobby

Cinema, Multi purpose Hall

Cinema Multi-purpose Hall Underground Foyer

Living Lab

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Living Lab Oases Main Lobby


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Connection to the underground space Exsiting Plan

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Elevation

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South Elevation

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< Exterior Window Triple Glazed Window with solar control coating

< Balcony / Steel handrail on Exposed Concrete

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Exterior Ceiling / Metal Fabric on Exposed white Concrete.

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2725m2 975m2 1750m2

71% /Solid: 6410m2 Floorconcrete 2840m2 Sideconcrete 3572m2

(double skin ) 57% /Metal Fabric: 5210m2

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Public services

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Machinery Room

Machinery Room

Machinery Room Ventilation for City Tunnel

Heating Cooling Lighting Ventilation

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Ventilation for City Tunnel

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Economical, Low Emission, Strong, Eco Friendly, Easy

Steel for rooftop light structure SS-1

SS-2

SS-3

4 elements x 9 set

SP-1

Steel Rectangular Post for Fixed Programe Tube 7 x 16 set = 112 pcs

PW-A

PW-D

PW-B

Pre-cast, Pre-Tensioned Concrete Wall for Fixed Program Tube

PW-C

A - 19 pcs B - 16 pcs C - 8 pcs D- 24 pcs E - 24 pcs F - 25 pcs

PW-E

PW-F Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Slab for Fixed Program Tube / Top

PS-1

8 x 18 set = 144 pcs

Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Slab for Linked Program Tube / Top & Bottom

PS-2

5 x 18 set = 90 pcs

Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Slab for Fixed Program Tube / Bottom

PS-3

8 x 18 set = 144 pcs

PS-4A

Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Slab for Linked Program Cantilever / Bottom 16 pcs

Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Slab for Fixed Program Cantilever / Bottom

PS-4B

Waffle Slab / In-site Construction

16 pcs

PS-5A

Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Slab for Linked Program Cantilever / Top 16 pcs

Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Slab for Fixed Program Cantilever / Top

PS-5B

16 pcs

Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Beam for Linked Program / Top & Bottom

PB-1

4 x 23 sets = 92 pcs

Rooftop Window

PB-2

Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Beam for Fixed Program / Top & Bottom 7 x 42 sets = 294 pcs

PG-1

Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Girder for Outline of Program / Top & Bottom

PG-2

1 - 42 pcs 2 - 32 pcs 3 - 96 pcs 4 - 48 pcs 5 - 16 pcs 6 - 48 pcs

PG-3

PG-4

PG-5

PG-6

CS

Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Slab for Core Hub 48 pcs

CG-A

Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Main Girder for Core Hub A - 96 pcs B - 96 pcs

CG-B

CW-A

Pre-cast, Pre-tensioned Concrete Main Wall for Core Hub A - 96 pcs B - 96 pcs

CW-B

M-A

Metal Fabric Grid for Fixed, Program A - 48 pcs B - 24 pcs C - 24 pcs D - 18 pcs

M-B

10 x 10 x10m cube M-C

5 x 5 x 5m cube Panel No.

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1 x 1 x 1m cube

M-D

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