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Ernst Robin Hansen 0034 634 720 271 ernsthra@gmail.com Universidad Europea de Madrid

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Qualification & Experience

Architectural Work

Structure and Detailing Stokkv책gen

Urban Planning

Materiality

Graphical Work


CURRICULUM VITAE 0034 634 720 271

ernsthra@gmail.com

behance.net/ErnstHansen

EDUCATION

COURSE / PERFORMANCE

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

ADDITIONAL SKILLS

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Universidad Europea de Madrid (2011-2014)

CNC course at UEM

Aldersund dagligvare (June - August 2013)

Photoshop

Norwegian

http://uemfab.blog.com/2012/02/17/goals/

Aldersund, 8730 Bratland, Nordland, Norway Employee and sales manager Organization Costomer support

Illustrator

Native language

Rhinoceros 3D

English

AutoCAD

Level Bilingual

Grado en los Fundamento de la Arquitectura Modules covered Third year Second year Business Management City Planing Construction 3 - Structures Structural design History of Art and Architecture Building installations Integration drawing 1, 2 Project G3 and G4

Art and Architecture in the 20-21 century City Planing and sustainable design Construction 2 - Materials Drawing workshop 2 and 3 Proyects G1 and G2 Structural analysis Structural mechanics Installations

First year Architectural drawing Architectural geometry Art and architecture City planning Communication skills Drawing workshop 0 and 1 Construction - systems Mathematics and physics

Cabeza de toro (bulls head) performance http://www.mmmm.tv/enprensa.html

Skjærbrygga Restaurant (June - August 2012) Stamsund, 8340 Nordland Norway (http://www.skjaerbrygga.no/) Waitering

University of Granada, Spain (2010-2011)

Lurøy Kommune (June -Agust 2011)

Modules covered

Stokkvågen 8735, Nordland, Norway Janitor Painting of houses Cutting of laws Other maintanance work

Intensive spanish language course level B2.2

NTNU - Norges Tekniske Naturvitenskaplige Universitet (2010) Modules covered: Biologis psykologi Utviklingspsykologi Personlighetspsykologi Sosialpsykologi

Høyskolen i Nesna - Utplassert i Mexico (2009) Modules covered: Ex.phil Ex.fac Musikk og identitet (Filosofihistorie, samfunnsvitenskap og musikk, kultur og kontekst)

Pepakura Tricalc - Arktec Microsoft Office Excel

Spanish Level Bilingual

German Basic grammar + understanding


Festival 1 0 5 5 1 B e r l i n

07 Territorial relationship

Path outside our infrastructure

23 %

CHANGING ROOMS 5,2 %

5,8 %

SERVICE AREA

RADIO LIVE SUITE

SESSION ROOM

OUTSIDE AREA

OFFICE

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CONCERT HALL

INSTALLATIONS

STUDIO

PRODUCTION STUDIO

Along the Karl-Marx-Allee the mile long beer festival starts. 20 beer regions have the opportunity to present themselves with appendant sitting and drinking facilities. With the help of Schiffabu 10551 the mile will be extended. Starting at the island visitors will experience the mobile space of our containers as they will be shipped off to Karl marx alle by a train containing special containers. Containers will be expressed at the mile itself to.

BERLINALE FESTIVAL is one of the world's leading film festivals and most reputable media eventsConnecting Schiffbau 10551 and the Berlinale thru the river spree with boat transportation to the island. With this collaboration the island will work as a seconde stage of the berlinale with workshops, movie screening, events, exhibitions for the 300.000 visitors.

THE BROWSE JAZZ FESTIVAL

JazzFest Berlin (also known as the Berlin Jazz Festival) is a jazz festival based in Berlin, Germany. Much alike as the island the festival is a moving festival inhabeting different locals during its time in berlin. Creating a new location for the festival on the schiffbau 10551 will generate anew sort of infrastructure and with it concerts, lectures sessions being placed inside the island.

The Browse is a photo festival in Berlin. For three weeks it invites people to several exhibitions showing them the photographic work of famous photographers as well as young talentsLocated near the river Spree makes it a intresting connection to the island. Transported by means of a container boat lectures, workshops, exhibitions will be linked between the Browse festival and Schiffbau 10551. Transforming yet again the island to fit for its task

13 June - 13 July

RECORD STORAGE

STUDIO

GREEN WEEK

During the year inhabitants of Schiffbau 10551 are cultivating crops on our specialized cultivation methods with hydropponics and recycling the waste produced on the island. At the week of green week there will be a container with crops and research of cultivation that will be moved by a train to the festival in order to compare and promote our way of producing.

BERLIN BEER FESTIVAL

7-17 February

EMPLOYEES AREA 1%

STUDIO

During the months off from the UNIVERSITET DER KUNSTE BERLIN that lies just on the outskirts of the island, the students will have an opportunity to move in there and attend to workshops that will be organized through collaboration with different festivals that are held annually around berlin.

29 January -5 February

STUDIO STUDIO

The program will be a musical workshop/school where the participants will learn, expose and also teach music. As in a festival there will be different levels of privacy that reaches from the public one where anybody can enter and experience the space, music and art, the one restricted to the inhabitants and workers and the last more private where each inhabitant has his/hers private space.

1-4 November

MUSIC PROGRAM

UNIVERSITET DER KUNSTE BERLIN

EQUIPMENT STUDIO

Transmediale is a Berlin-based festival and year-round project that draws out new connections between art, culture and technology.A Project acting year around under the direction of the transmediale festival will be connected to Schiffbau 10551 where workshops, lectures, studies etc. will be held in order to support with space and knowledge. During the festival a train will be aiding the transportation of the visitors to the island.

For storage and to getting a hold of new and old shipping containers the north canal harbor will be aiding Schiffbau 10551 for its needs.

1-30 March 15 Aug -15 Oct

LOUNGE

GENERAL STORAGE

BERLINALE FESTIVAL BECKEN I DES WESTHAFENS

7-17 January

RECEPTION

STUDIO

VIDEO EDIT SUITE

Connection with boat

As we can recognize many aspects of creative solutions and organization from festivals we want to take many of these elements of organization and forge a strategy of our own to delvelope the 10 551 Berlin Festival. In a festival you have a certain set of rules and boundaries you have to stay within. The part we find interesting is how people create their own spaces within a festival.

01 Program RADIO RECORDING AUDIO ROOM EDIT ROOM

Direction

2-4 August

Project type: competition/student work Objective: music, hybridization, preexistence, greenhouses, shared spaces, domestic / residential space and energy Location: Ehemalige Versuchsanstalt und fรผr Wasserbau Schiffba, Berlin Year: third year project Group work, with Mathias Eliasson A festival is a place where preexiting infrastrctures often are used in a combination with creative solutions to solve all the nessesities of the festival like: sanitary stations, administration, volounteers, housing, stages, concerts, food etc and other facilities. Its a light infrastructure open for change and modifications and at the same time is inhabited with people that create their own space within the boundaries of the festival.

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02 Population density

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03 Festivals afterflow - TRANSMEDIALE / FESTIVAL

THE BERLINALE FILM FESTIVAL

BERLIN INTERNATIONAL BEER FESTIVAL

BERLINER FESTSPIELE - JazzFest

UNIVERSITET DER KUNSTE BERLIN

At the Berlin Beer Festival about 2000 types of beer from around the whole world are on offer. From A like “Adelscott“, past K like „Kilkenny“ till Z like „Zunft- Bräu“ everyone can definitely find one after their fancy. Along the Karl-Marx-Allee the 20 beer regions have the opportunity to present themselves with appendant sitting and drinking facilities.

15 june - 15 october

1 - 4 august

The Browse is a photo festival in Berlin. For three weeks it invites people to several exhibitions showing them the photographic work of famous photographers as well as young talents.

7 - 17 january

Berlin photo festival - THE BROWSE

Transmediale is a Berlin-based festival and year-round project that draws out new connections between art, culture and technology. The activities of transmediale aim at fostering a critical understanding of contemporary culture and politics as saturated by media technologies.

1 - 21 june

Transmediale is a Berlin-based festival and year-round project that draws out new connections between art, culture and technology. The activities of transmediale aim at fostering a critical understanding of contemporary culture and politics as saturated by media technologies.

7 - 17 february

7 - 17 january

2 - 8 february

INTERNATIONAL GREEN WEEK BERLIN The IGW is a one-of-a-kind international exhibition for the food, agricultural and horticultural industries. At the same time, the IGW is the point of origin for the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA) with more than 80 departmental ministers.

During the months off from the UNIVERSITET DER KUNSTE BERLIN that lies just on the outskirts of the island, the students will have an opportunity to move in there and attend to workshops that will be organized through collaboration with different festivals that are held annually around berlin.

JazzFest Berlin (also known as the Berlin Jazz Festival) is a jazz festival based in Berlin, Germany. Originally called the "Berliner Jazztage" (Berlin Jazz Days), it was founded in 1964 in West Berlin by the Berliner Festspiele. It is considered[by whom?] one of the world's premier jazz festivals

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field for the productive green zone that grows food

One person can produce 16 kg of fertilizer a year. That 16 kg sack of fertilizer that a person produces each nitrogen = 70% phosphorous = 8,3% year in their urine and feces is enough fertilizer to grow Potassium = 21,7% over 400 pounds of wheat4, even in poor, worn-out soil.

Clean water that can be used for any purpos including drinking

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Due to the river Spree that runs one the edge of our island at a speed of 36m3/s its a good idea to take advantage of it. by installing a turbin that will convert the energy of the river into electricity. A small size turbin that is constructed for a big house or a farm can produce 100 kWh and has an 53% efficiency.

Solar panels the efficiency of a solar panel is increasing every day and is mpw around 21% for a standard one. This panel can produce 1 kWh/m2/day in central europe

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These seven different modifications represents how the festivals affect the program given for the island. Focus changes through out and thus the program adapts with it.

LEC TURE HA

05 Seven modes of hybridization

06 Existing structure impact

HALL

depending on what trubine we want to install we will have a different kwh output. Due to the average wind speeds of 8-9 kts in berlin we choose a wind turbin that will produce 10 kWh/day depening on the wind speed.


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Furniture in Lavapies Project type: private project Objective: design, develope and construct my own furniture from pallets in my apartment from october 2013 Location: Lavapies, Madrid Year: Third year Individual work

Shoe shelf

Book shelf and storage

These where the only tools available for the construction of the furniture which were to be made from recyclable pallets. I got most of them from a local Indian grocery store that received their good on pallets.

Bed Kitchen counter Coach Living room table

Desk

Coach


Cube project

RESIN

Holes are then filled with resin to attach the step to the reinforcement

Project type: Student work Program: Development of a concept into an architectural object Location: Madrid Year: Second year project Individual work

Reinforcement coming out from wall

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CABLE CONNECTION DETAIL

CONSTRUCTION

THIMBLES ARE REQUIRED ON ALL LOOPS EXTENDING THROUGH THE HOLE

STRUCTURE DETAILING 2013 UEM EXCERCISE 03: CUBE AN OPEN LIBRARY WITH OUTER SPACES FOR READING AND RELAXING PROFESSOR: LUIS ALVAREZ ALFARO

STEP

Detail of step reinforcement and connection to wall

CABLE CONNECTION

CABLE CONCRETE CONNECTION

Wood, steel and concrete work together to form a heavy cube that provides interesting paths, spaces and connections to the interior light cube made from a net of ropes.

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ERNST ROBIN HANSEN UEM 2013 / 21129049

This structure consists of a post tensioned concrete roof with reinforced concrete walls where the thin and elegant concrete balconies are carefully balanced horizontally outwards.

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There is a net in the middle of the space connected in different corners of the inward cantilever balconies

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Villa de Vallecas - Strategy setting Project type: Student work Program: strategic interventions applied to the consequences of the economic crisis of urban productio in the community of Madrid Location: Villa de Vallecas, Madrid Year: Third year project Individual work

01 Public space as

an organization system, identity reference and mediator element between city and citizents

02 Naturalization of the city as a strategy to build new urban landscape

04 Create an identity

03 City center as the

from the recognition of the plurality of a complex city

economic asset of the city of Madrid. Wide range of comercial and economical activities (traditional and innovative) within the residential fabric.

05 A new culture of

Neutrient Management System Many cities are on large bodies of water and therefore need to think about how sewage treatment plants could transform into nutrient management systems. With struvite harvested in this new way, the capital cost of deploying the system can be repaid in three to five years, and then the city begins making money by selling the phosphate. This approach to nutrient capture also applies to nitrogen.

public management. There has to be a change in style of management and governing in both public and private sector. Creating new relationships and cooporation.

A city could also supplement that business by making biogas from the methane emanating from the sewage, thereby reducing the release of greenhouse gas while producing energy for sale or to power other operations. The cost to the city of providing a sewer

06 Give up replacing

complex geographic and social realities of the city with mere regulation, and adapt alternative principals to the bureucratic opacity, transparency, flexibility and direct civic participation

METRO STORAGE FACILITY The tunnel that will be left over since the metro is reduced to las Suertes will be used as storage facility, managed by the town hall where different companies can rent space. It will also be used for the winery. The red part.

15 Ha Street coverage 6 Ha Building coverage

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For agriculture facilities, retail and local shops, and markets

WINERY

Bar / Cafe Mercadona In the Mercadona located in the Ensanche de Vallecas will be kept there, but with a few contitions

La Gavia

This part will be used in the winery project.

The posibility of bars and cafes at street level is also going to increase as we change the regulations in order to make it easier to start up. As the sidewalk is enlarged it will be more space for local shops and bars

- All vegetables has to be localy produced from Villa de Vallecas - Prices will not be according to market value but in balance with local production and transportation costs

We keep the structure as it is but the use will be changed to industrial instead of comercial

RETAIL

38 Ha Plot coverage

The rural area of Villa de Vallecas wil not be purely rural, but it will also provide its inhabitants with the mix of bars and retail shops at ground level

GREDOS SAN DIEGO LAS SUERTES

COLEGIO TORREVILANO

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ENSANCHE DE VALLECAS

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Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Focus Point 72% Ha Plot coverage Ha 28% Street coverage 11% Ha Building coverage

GENERAL LAYOUT NEW 38 Ha Plot coverage 4 Ha 8% Street coverage 11% 6 Ha Building coverage 72%

Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Focus Point Ha Plot coverage Ha Street coverage Ha Building coverage

ENSANCHE DE VALLECAS

COMERCIAL Mercadona Retail Bars Cafes

New regulations Street access and a new need for it Street access

80 53 38 15 6

Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Focus Point Ha Plot coverage Ha Street coverage Ha Building coverage

FACILITIES 80 Ha P.A.U de Vallecas 50 Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Focus Point 50 Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Focus Point

ENSANCHE DE VALLECAS

ENSANCHE DE VALLECAS

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80 53 38 15 6

Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Focus Point Ha Plot coverage Ha Street coverage Ha Building coverage

NUTRIENT M. SYSTEM From non-renewable sources around the world

LIVING MACHIN - Plants - Microbes - Algae - Fibers - Fish - Flowers - Shrimp - Organisms

Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Focus Point Ha Plot coverage Ha Street coverage Ha Building coverage

RESIDENTIAL 80 Ha P.A.U de Vallecas 50 Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Focus Point 50 Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Focus Point

ENSANCHE DE VALLECAS 80 53 38 15 6

Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Ha P.A.U de Vallecas Focus Point Ha Plot coverage Ha Street coverage Ha Building coverage

BIKE LANES


Project type: student work Objective: determine and design the building codes for a dedicated plot Location: Villa de Vallecas, Madrid Year: third year Individual work

Villa de Vallecas Ensanche de Vallecas

SUSTAINABILITY

After the Calificacion Energetica del Edificio Terminado a new building on the buildable area has to comply with the A sertificat of energy eficiency GREEN ROOF At least 60% of the roof have to be made a green roof. What way to and how develop that is up to the owner. It has only to comply with the regulations given in the new AA CTE regulation of energy efficiency on rooftops, so how this is done will be up to the developer. Though it is recomended to follow the CTE instruction for green roofs

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UNDEVELOPED PART 10m Building height limit Minimum open space 5,706 m 59% 2,950 m Maximum structural coverage 1,000 m Dedicated to futher private/public/retail space 3,5 m 1000m2 for private/public/retail SETBACK 4 m Height limit on private/public retail

The Technical Building Code

WASTE SYSTEM A wast management system where no chemicals or products that might cause damage to the environment will be used. Nutrients and valuable minerals will be recycled and used for agricultural purposes

EXISTING PART 9,656 m2 Lot area 20 m2 Building height limit 59% 5,706 m2 Minimum open space 2,950 m2 Maximum structural coverage 1,000 m2 Dedicated to futher private/public space 7m

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SUSTAINABILITY

The enclosure of the building area itself we can find in the existing building will be taken down in the case of further development. This way, when the neighboing plot is developed, a better and more intricate connection will be created

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able

s/B

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6m

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0m

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12 m

et

ENCLOSURE

Ensanche de Vallecas

20 m

ar /

1,4 X 75 292 = m2 50 m2

Building code design

area

Com

erce

3,5 m

7m

After the Calificacion Energetica del Edificio Terminado a new building on the buildable area has to comply with the A sertificat of energy eficiency

BUILDING TOPOLOGY

The building topology can be done according to the wishes of the developer as long as it follows the guids of rules set in this document

BLOCK If it is decided to build a block it needs to have a balcony to both the street side and the interior side ROW HOUSE As pointet out before the buildable area is a plot of opportunities rather than a defined structure. There is a restriction on how much can be build, the hight and other energy and environmental regulations that has to be complied

2013

Ernst Robin Hansen - City Planning Universidad Europea de Madrid


WINE BOTTLE WALL

Liquid in bottles / light distribution

Thermal conductivity

Project type: Student work Objective: Designing and testing recyclable materials Location: Madrid Year: Second year Group work, with Carl Gøran Heinz and Francisco Astigarraga

LIQUID IN BOTTLES

THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY

LIGHT TRANSMITTANCE

WALL COMPRESSION

THE BOTTLE WALL

THE SMALL SAMPLES

MAKING CONCRETE

PROJECT INTRODUCTION

The bottle wall

Inserting a liquid such as water makes the bottles absorb the light better and distribute the rays of light more uniformly inside the building. The picture above demostrates such a simple, but for many, life changing concept. We apply this concept to our wall.

Once all these tests have been done, we can determine the best combinations for our materials: concrete compounds, distribution of bottles and other factors such as heat transfer and the passage of light to know if some insulation or a mechanism to provide more light is needed respectively.

Here we can see the ration in volume of the concrete and bottles

As seen in the previous graphs, with a random distribution of bottles and a concrete mixture of cement, sand, water and some glue we achieve the better structural strength. In the case of our building, the item we want to change only requires to support its own weight and lateral forces such as wind, so we know our wall will be successful. On the other hand the test lighting highlights the need to increase the flow of light entering the building. This was solved with the technique explained above. Finally with thermal transmittance test we can determine that our mix has an acceptable ratio having no need to add extra insulation.

Per sample

We wanted to make a certain block with different amount of pattern and try how the strength differs depending on how many bottles you use. Thus we did two blocks, one with 5 bottles and another with 9 bottles. With our bottles and the measurement of our block, we saved 2886 cm3 of mortar/cement with the sample of 5 bottles and 5195 cm3 of mortar/cement. Cement/sand/water-ratio used Further on we would provide the wall with a system to fill and to emty all the bottles. It is interesting to note that with this system you would be able to emty the bottles and apply any liquid wanted according to what light conditions you want.

These ratios are the ones used for the UNE-EN-196-1 which dictates the condition only for cement mortar with the ratio of 1 part cement, 3 parts sand and 0,5 parts water.

We also wanted to test the thermal conductivity for the different samples. We used a digital high precision measuring unit, a thermometer and an oven to measure how fast it transmitted heat.

Our building, a boring and outdated church, goes unnoticed to the public. Few people more than the neighborhood must have heard about it. Introducing these changes we want to give the building a more modern and much more cheerful aspect. We want people to talk about this church and its wall of bottles which fill with light and comfort the space. Moreover, since it is a structure easy to construct which uses recyclable materials and does not require skilled workers, significantly reduces the manufacturing cost.


Parroquia del SantĂ­simo Sacramento

The making of concrete

So we find ourself in the capital of Spain, Madrid and we locate the church Parroquia del Santisimo Sacramento next to the the biggest park in Madrid, Parque del Buen Retiro. It’s an interesting building and it suits our idea very well.

So when making our concrete we followed the normal ratio between water, cement and sand which is three parts sand one part cement and half the portion of cement being water. This is expressed in the graf below.

Sample two

In this sample we added paper and glue to a standard ratio of cement and water.

What we basically are going to do is to replace the upper front facade of the church with a wall made out of glass bottles (more spesifically wine bottles). Our aim is to make somthing sustainable out of basic materials that can be found and used in most parts of the world, and adapted and modified acoording to local needs and solutions. So what we do is to combine concrete with bottles to make the wall. This way well take advantage of used bottles which saves material and emitts light to the inside of the building.

Sample three

Concrete / Bottles / Sacramento

(F * L) / ( a * b2)

This sample was the standard concrete mix with added glue and glass. Planning the making of the wall We thought about what different tests we need to be doing and what kind of materials we should try. We had already decided on creating two blocks, the same size but different composition of how many bottles. The first one was 2 on top of 3 equalling xxxx of liters of concrete saved while the other one was built in a different fashion with 3by3 equalling almost double the amount of bottles in the same space. The idea was to check on how the amount of bottles differentiate the properties as a building material.

As mentiond before there are different reasons why we chose this material. The glass is hard in compression, the environmental reasons, access to the materials in developing countries. Further there is the process of testing and trying to figure out how to use it, how well it works, creating own blocks. So we need to find and map out advantages and disadvantages and conclude if the material would be viable or not as a building material

After two days the four samples with different compostures of cement, cement, paper, extra cola and glas are a bit moist as well and you notice that they are not really suitable for any sort of compression test. Arriving at the laboratory again, we noticed that our samples are finally somewhat dry. Another week or so would of course help the mechanical strength, a fact that we have to consider. 28 days to accomplish perfect stress. Stress = Force/surface. We are using the following standards to test reflexion. UNE-EN 196-1 1015-3 standard This day is also F*L/a*b Flecture test after seven days This is basically the flexion strength divided by the dimension of the sample, giving a value of Newton per square mm.

The small pieces

We made four different sambles of concrete mixed with different aggregates to see how they differ and to experiment and see if we could make another mix that could work and have sufficient strengths. Sample one As seen in the diagram, this sample consists of our regular concrete mix with added glue.

Sample four

This is the reference sample with pure concrete mix.


Mask manifesto

1 Using the 3D catch from Autodesk I captured different objects in order to see how the program worked

Project type: Student work Objective: to approach the bridge between digital and analog, we will explore the condition of 3d low resolution, and faceting modeling Location: Madrid Year: Third year project Individual work

5

First a 3D model of my head was made with the Autodesk 123D Catch

6 This model is then transported into Rhinoceros where I reduce the mesh and create a faceted verision of the the head

2 Then configuring the model in Rhinoceros to a faceted version of the initial capture

7

Then the texture/photoes are projected onto the faceted 3D model using MUDBOX

3

4

The same approach was used for my head. It took a day and 300 pictures to finally get it right

8

As a part of the project we explored the delaunay triangulation

9


RESOLUTION

RESOLUTION

RESOLUTION

TRIANGELS

TRIANGELS

TRIANGELS

86

HEIGHT

15CM

HEIGHT

24 CM

47CM

63

40

99

18 71

44

60

144

65

81

38

46

35

49

48

10 0

42

140

73

67

31

1

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25

92

6

43

33

11

37

20

26

46

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99 39

39

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3

6

6

17

28

36

39

65

47 49

107

42 25

88

43

95

24

7 7

67

48

22

20

9

42

45

27

21 15

20

19

20

1

4

4

5

19

13

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113

40

63

14

26

50

37

27

105

108

109

130

14

31

21

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63

6

52

7

32 38

72

5

41

14

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38

9

24

30

2

18

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60

26

36

29

18

45

41

22

42

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44

38 62

10

2

46

6

146

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21

26

37

18

5

61

50

79

13

95 97

7

141

3

14

62

142

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16

22

16

21

23

16

1

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45

28

13

69

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74

44

5

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37

73

14

29

15

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17

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43

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69

40

4

10

17

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11

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115

98

28

47

32

10

19

24

5

27

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36

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60 CM

78

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56

45

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34

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25

11

TRIANGELS

HEIGHT

43

72

10

14

35

13

270

HEIGHT

34 CM

4

9

200

125

HEIGHT

150

RESOLUTION

127

TRIANGELS

23

5

104

50

4

96

RESOLUTION

3

1

2

4

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Extra Project type: Student work / personal work Location: Madrid, Barcelona Year: first to third year Individual work

1

Sou Fujimoto

7

Analysis and reinterpretation of the Hokkaido house by Sou Fujimoto

2

Wooden skyscraper poster Poster based on a research on wooden scyscrapers from a third year construction class

3

4

Cutout Madrid A 850x450 acrylic paper map of the city Madrid. Drawn in Autocad and cut out by laser.

Plaza de Sol 5

6

The result of an assignment dedicated to creating a didactic portrait

8

Plan view Plan view of my first year apartment in Madrid. Fused together by 135 pictures

Short photo album of Plaza de Sol, Madrid. The main picture is a collection of all the facades of the plaza, creating a gradient of the different buildings and sun/shadow

Lampan remake Redesigning the infamous Ikea lampan. Tiny water absorbing balls creates a beautiful light and at the same time provides habitat for a plant

Didactic portrait

9

Guy Bourdin Interpretation Photos as results from an photo assignment where the objective was to copy one of Bourdin’s photos. In this case I did an interpretation.

Media-TIC Photos from a visit to the Media TIC building in Barcelona


Sou Fujimoto Analysis and reinterpretation of the Hokkaido house by Sou Fujimoto

2013

1


4

SUSTAINABILITY

5 STRUCTURE

5 GLOBAL ISSUE

2013 Universidad Europea de Madrid

Ernst Robin Hansen - Construction

We burn fosil fuels

And turning them into carbon dioxide

Burningcarbon based compounds

HUMANS create energy

AND THE EARTH BATTERY

We pull the carbon up from where it has been stored for millions of years

NUTRIENTS ABSORBED BY TREES

OXYGEN

OXYGEN

U

T

64%

S

36%

R

A

I

L

A

800 000 ha available for harvest

1,44mil.ha not available for harvest

In the long term a sustainable forest management strategy aim at maintaining or increasing forest carbon stocks while producing an annual sustained yield of timber, fiber or energy from the forest

A

SOUTH WEST NATIVE FOREST IN WESTERN

Lets see an example of how you can harvest wood in a safe and environmental sustainable way

BESIDES ITS A BEAUTIFUL MATERIAL

CO2

Of timbers dry weight is

50%

Harvested and regenerated fores capture more CO2 than forest that is not harvested

Continues to be stored after harvesting

Trees capture and store CO2

SUSTAINABLE?

INNER BARK

SAPWOOD

CAMBIUM LAYER

times better than aliminium

1770

15 times better than conrete

CO2

times better than steel

400

x

p

a

n

s

i

o

n 150 years of harvesting in western Australia no species is known to be extinct

Are the main threats to flora and fauna, not the sustained production of timber. In

e

FERAL ANIMALS, CLEARING FOR AGRICULTURE AND URBAN

BARK

HEARTWOOD

ROOTS

TRUNK

BARK

HEARTWOOD

3

Wood insulates

Wooden skyscraper poster

Concrete

40cm

The weight to strength ratio of this construction can even exceed one of concrete. Steel or concrete connections are used to reinforce the mass timber panels.

Steel

- Connections

2,4m

20m

Glued laminated

- Mass timber panels

How to build one For fire protection a char can be applied to the wood. Charring is the result of naturally occurring processes like fire but also a deliberate and controlled reaction used in the manufacturing of certain products. Imagine trying to put a timber log on fire with a match stick. It is not going to be easy. And the mass timber panels used in the construction of the wooden skyscraper work the same way. They are very big and won’t catch on fire that easily. Further when they actually burn they burn slowly and controlled. Looking at the research of architect Michael Green and his team of engineers they have found that an equal and even better fire safety factor can be reached with wood.

FIRE PROTECTION

Universidad Europea de Madrid

Ernst Robin Hansen - Construction

2013

Of land area covered by forest

1/3

On a global scale the problem of deforestation is biggest in the tropics. 6 billion hectares of forest disappeared the past 3 centuries. This forest harvesting exists primary in function of converting tropical forest to agriculture land-use, cattle ranching and palm oil plantations. 1/3 is used to make paper. Only 1/3 of our land area is now covered by forest.

GLOBAL ISSUE

20 stories building 1200 ton CO2 Wood Sequesters 3150 CO2 =900 cars removed from the road

Billion board feet of lumber is harvested in Australia

Million board feet of framing lumber

60

20 000

Million board feet

3,9

ONE

Here are some numbers and details of how to construct a wooden skyscraper, based on a report from the architectural office Skidmore Owings and Merill

Skidmore Owings and Merrill

SKYSCRAPER

5

WOODEN SKYSCRAPERS

NUTRIENTS

FOSIL FUELS

CO2

GROWN

But the truth is that all trees are carbon eaters. They grow from the A tree is basically a carbon sucking creature air by drawing CO2 into their leaves, and there, solidifying it to build their wood, bark and leaf tissues. Trees are congealed CO2. that creates itself from thin air

CO2

2

This way the earth has no chance of recapitalizing. We are simply going too fast. We have to start changing the way we produce, design, consume and especially the way we think.

AS ONE OF MANY SOLUTIONS WOOD CAN BE A BEGINNING OF THE RECHARGING

- Adapt to different situations

- Specify the use

- Optimize duration

HOW TO FIX THE BATTERY

how do

DEAD TREE

A BATTERY When we recharge the battery we simply force the electrons from the cathode back into the anode. We reverse the process for then to create the potential yet again.

CATHODE

Positive solution

So why dont we store ir in wood?

1m3 = 1tonn CO2

PHOTOSYNTHESI Is an electromagnetic process that frees electrons from water to turn carbon dioxide into organic compounds. It is the revers of the burning of fosil fuels

A battery does not contain electricity, it contains the potential for electricity and we release that potential when we need to use it for our phone, laptop or MP3 player. The two poles of the battery want to react with each other but cant because there are no path between them. When we connect the battery the ions can start flowing and they give us power.

HOW DOES IT WORK? RECHARGING

Electrolyte separating the two sides

Carbon is released into the air and heats up the atmosphear

ARCHITECTURE BEYOND ITS LIMITS, NOW

THE WORLD BATTERY

ANODE Negative solution

1

WOOD: GREAT BUILDING MATERIAL

Poster based on a research on woodenscyscrapers from a third year construction class

WORLD IS A BATTERY 2 WHAT IS A TREE? 3 CARBON CYCLE 1 THE

1


2

Plan view Plan view of my first year apartment in Madrid. Fused together by 135 pictures


3

Cutout Madrid A 850x450 acrylic paper map of the city Madrid. Drawn in Autocad and cut out by laser.


4

Plaza de Sol - photo album


5

Lampan remake Redesigning the infamous Ikea lampan. Tiny water absorbing balls creates a beautiful light and at the same time provides habitat for a plant


6

Didactic portrait The result of an assignment dedicated to creating a didactic portrait


7

Guy Bourdin Interpretation Photos as results from an photo assignment where the objective was to copy one of Bourdin’s photos. In this case I did an interpretation.


8

Media-TIC Photos from a visit to the Media TIC building in Barcelona


8

Media-TIC


8

Media-TIC


Ernst Robin Hansen SPAIN Calle Miguel Servet 9, 2, 3 28013 Madrid Norway Stokkv책gen 8735 Nordland


Portfolio - Ernst Robin Hansen  

Portfolio illustrating my bachelor of architecture(three years) from the Universidad Europea de Madrid in Madrid, Spain.

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