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SELECTED ARCHITECTURAL WORKS of ERTUNC HUNKAR


CANCER CARE CENTER(Bachelor’ Final Project) (Honorable Mention gURROO)

Cancer Care Center, besides clinics, consists of spaces such as research laboratory, accommodation for inpatients and treatment center which includes advanced and integral oncology services. Location of the project was determined according to solar optimizations and visibility analysis on the old Quarantine Island in Urla. Project started with design of structure at the first place in order to design and deal with each space regarding the design proposal. Position of structural elements and geometry of each space were shaped by sun, wind and daylight analysis and according to their spatial needs. Enclosure system was designed to benefit all the environmental conditions.


1-SITE SELECTION

EXPLODED VIEW Hot Areas in Winter

Cold Areas in Summer

Visibility Analysis Cool Areas in Summer on Island

Hotter Areas in r on Island

Most Visible Parts of Island From Shore

Visual Attraction Points of Island

Site Selection Strategy

Optimized Canopies (Solar Radiation)

2-ENVIRONMENTAL OPTIMIZATIONS Steel Framing System

Wind Direction at +5.00m & +10.00

Wind Optimization at +5.00m

Wind Optimization at +10.00

1st Optimization Result for Summer

1st Optimization Result for Winter

Glazing on the walls

3-MORPHING MANUPLATIONS

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ROCCAMONFINA MUNICIPALITY TOURIST INFORMATION PAVILION View and information space are separated from the ground by elevating them. However entrance is functioning on the ground level as a corridor to create a pass to the mountain view. Entrance is not elevated so that everybody can reach out the space to watch the view. The segments are connected with a ruled surface which works as roof. Two edges of roof extended towards the view and pedestrian to create shade in day time. Elements which formed the roof, are connected to the main connector beams. Also those elements’ material elasticity is used for bending twisting for match the different directions.

The tourist information pavilion is located in the Province of Caserta in the Italian region Campania. Site of the project is facing through volcanic mountains also adjacent to public pedestrian. Building mass is divided into three segments. View segment, information point segment and entrance


1-SPATIAL ORGANIZATION

2-STRUCTURAL FORMATION

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Existing Site Organization Structural Frames are Formed

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Project Site Maximum Volume Diagonals&Sub-Beams are Added to Avoid Movement

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The Height of The Volume is Decreased to(3.20m) Adjust Material Amount

Floors are Added

Walls are Added

Bench is Put Towards the View

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The Width of The Volume is Decreased and Pushed Back to the Pedestrian Maximize the Mountain View for the Visitors

The Volume is Pulled Down at 2 Points to Have a Ruled Surface as Roof.

The Volume is Divided into Three Different Parts with Different Functions: Information Segment-Entrance Segment-View Segment

Overall Geometry of The Tourist Info Pavilion


INFORMATION SEGMENT

ENTRANCE

VIEW SEGMENT


Detail-5. Assembly of Structural Elements & Roof

Detail-5

Detail-4. Assembly of Structural Elements &Slab &Wall

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Detail-1 Detail-3

Deconstruction of Detail-5

Detail-3. Assembly of Structural Elements & Roof

Detail-2. Diagonal to Avoid Movement

Deconstruction of Detail-1


Route to View (for Disableds) Route to View Segments Route to Information Segment

INFORMATION SEGMENT

VIEW SEGMENT

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ENTRANCE PLAN


EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC

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ELEVATION OF A BEAM

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Glass Balustrade

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Fabrication Drawings of Glass Balustrade

GLASS BALUSTRADE

GLASS STAIR STAINLESS PLATING

CONNECTION PIECE

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UNROLLED B BEAM

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ELEVATION OF B_b BEAM

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Structural Steel Beams

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(Professional Project) The project is located in Georgia. The stairs connect two slabs of a SPA center in Millenium Hotel, Georgia. Each element of the stair is a result of geometric decoding. Each of them formed by three different cylinders. They are all detailed unrolled to fabricate by using digital computational tools.

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Glass Stairs

Fabrication Drawings of Glass Stairs

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A11 Matching parts in both directions have same spaces to interlock each other. Interlocking spaces are 1cm height which is the thickness of wood material.

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ASSEMBLY PROCESS OF WAFFLE STRUCTURE

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CONNECTION DIAGRAM

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FLAT PIECES

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Overall form of the couch

THE COUCH

Wood pieces of structure

Wood pieces of structure

Wood pieces of structure

The Couch

CONNECTION DIAGRAM Direction of 1 cm thick wood pieces through their exact positions from the right view.

In this project, the aim is to built a furniture which is made of wood. The waffle structure is designed for furniture which is splitted into 1 cm thick pieces with the help of a grasshopper code. After having the pieces, they are painted with red and then assembled.

70.0 cm RIGHT VIEW


ROBOTIC WORKSHOP

Mass-Customized panels are generated by workshop by using Grasshopper to form a continuous ribbon defining a personal space. Attendees were able to mass customize the modules and immediately generate toolpaths, simultaneously calculatinag the end-effector orientation, checking for collisions with robotic constraints and creating the KRL code for each of them in an integrated virtual environment. Toolpaths are configured for each panel to be fed to robot, which is used for the surface milling of the surface patterns and the flank milling of the


NAVIGATION ON FLUID GROUND Navigation on Fluid Ground, which was held in scope of Good Design__3, based on experiencing the design and production process. During the workshop, the participants and coordinators followed a mutual design decision and implemented the design based on suggestions. The basis of this resultant research was computational design sessions conducted with the participants. Initially, the algorithmic modeling of the design was created in a digital environment by focusing on the ruled surfaces and following dijital design methods. The digital geometry was experienced by the analog and digital calculations during the 1/1 scale construction. The advantages of this experiment, directly and indirectly, affected the wooden floating structure and the production of ruled surfaces.


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Volume Formation

Volume with Different Volume with Different Surface Heights Surface Heights

Volume Defining Volume Defining Triangles Triangles

Volume VolumeDefining Defining Triangles Triangles

Connection Between Connections Between Triangles Triangles

Line LineConnections Connections Between BetweenTriangles Triangles

Surface SurfaceConnections Connections Between BetweenTriangles Triangles

Surface SurfaceConnections Connections Between BetweenTriangles Triangles

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EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC


CROSS SECTION


LONGITUDINAL ELEVATION


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Interlocking Detail of A & B

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Interlocking Detail of C + D

Interlocking Detail of C & D

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FLOATING DOCKS

(2nd Prize-2014 World Cities Day Competition of The Guardian UK, in conjunction with UN-Habitat)

Within the scope of this project, the aim is to investigate the relationship that Turkish cities form with their coastlines. Representing a decision made over an area too large to be designed; Izmir’s coastline was built with a single continuous cross-section,almost without any variation. In Istanbul and Izmir there are areas where coastlines are very effectivelyutilized without such a design approach. Shore ramps at Bebek Shore,rocks at Salacak Shore and steps built in Konak illustrate some of the examples of possible variations that can be applied.Adopting an open source design principle, popular worldwide, the components and manufacturing documents of the dock’s modules will be shared online and be available to anyone for easy reproduction and fabrication.


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Browse through our library of docks and pick modules you would like to combine. Download the files, and send them to your corner CNC cutter.

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Have the cut pieces delievered to your spot on the shore and install following the instructions.

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The waffle structure should go together first. Make sure things fit thightly.

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1-Process of Plywood Pieces

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Materil: 9mm Mar’ne Plywood

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2-Assembly of Side Pieces

The waffle structure should go together first. Make sure things fit thightly.

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The waffle structure should go together first. Make sure things fit thightly.

2 Kutu x Marine Yapıştırıcı

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The waffle structure should go together first. Make sure things fit thightly. The waffle structure should go together first. Make sure things fit thightly.

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Top surfaces are placed in after being put together.

4-Placement of Top Surfaces

Insert the top lock.

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Top surfaces are placed in after being put together.

Top surfaces are placed in after being put together.

The waffle structure should go together first. Make sure things fit thightly.

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a. Choose your modules b. Send CNC ready files to the router c. Sort the cut pieces and now you are READY!

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Equipment: 3 axis CNC Machine

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Place the modules on the floats and tie them together

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Insert the top lock.

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Insert the top lock.

5-Placement of Top Locks

Place the modules on the floats and tie them together

Place the modules on the floats and tie them together

5-Placement of Top Locks


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