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e CO - LAB concept program strategies / evolution

general brief


London

MO&CO

Pamplona

university UNAV

Feeding the City of 2050 ‘We are what we eat.’ As humans we have a basic need to consume food and water to exist. We are intrinsically linked with nature.

Due to social, economical and political systems that encourage industrial agricultural practices we have become increasingly distanced from the origin, production and processing of the food and drink that we consume.

‘The world is what we eat.’ Food production currently creates approximately 1/3 of global carbon emissions, leading to considerable environmental impact.

What can we do? As Architects / designers we have the skills to; -observe + analyse + reveal -speculate + communicate + instigate


Site nº 3 CO-WORKING + EXCHANGE Fernando Iraburu – Jorge De Ulibarri

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IN 30 YEARS 80% OF PEOPLE WILL LIVE IN THE CITIES Exodus to the cities


AGRICULTURE PRODUCES MORE GREENHOUSE GASES THAN ALL THE TRANSPORTS CONVINED


1/4 OF CULTIVATED LAND IS NO LONGER PRODUCTIVE


1/3 OF THE FOOD PRODUCED IS WASTED


FOOD


OF THE FUTURE FOR


IN VITRO FOOD - Allow us to conontrol the properties of the food. - Stop depending on animals. - Reduces Co2 green house gases and allow us the saving of wรกter

3D FOOD The 3D machines allow us to create any type of food, even that which is already extinguished

ORTOMOLECULAR NUTRITION (modified salt and sugar) Artificial nutrition healthier

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be


LAB FRUIT A dosis os 330 ml covers the 20% of the needs of the human body

FAST FOOD PILLS Fast-food lovers in Tokyo can follow up their guilty pleasures with vitamin supplements, supplied by this laboratory-like pop-up shop


COLABORATION = EXCHANGE


eCO-LAB

collaborate in our laboratories


laboratory Noun a room or building equipped for scientific experiments, research, or teaching, or for the manufacture of drugs or chemicals.


co-working Nounw the use of an office or other working environment by people who are selfemployed or working for different employers, typically so as to share equipment, ideas, and knowledge. “the whole idea of co-working is to bring bright, creative people together and let the ideas collide�


Laboratories evolution

The main evolution of laboratories trought history has been the media and the matter of studies


Laboratory as a kitchen

a place to create and discover


Laboratories taxonomy

Analysys of differet laboratory plans studiyng the different types of areas and uses proposed. The idea is to established a simple rule that help us to propose a logic programe based on this study.


Laboratories tipologies

Louis Khan / Salk institute


Laboratories tipologies Louis Khan / Richards building


Laboratories tipologies

FOSTER / Willis building


Laboratories tipologies

James Stirling / Leicester engineering building


Laboratories tipologies

UNKNOWN / Plus Ultra building


Laboratories tipologies

SCHULZ / Tropos building


Laboratories tipologies

H ARQ / Palaeontology research centre


Laboratories tipologies

E2A / Areal Guggach III


Laboratories taxonomy

After the analysis we get to a simple conclusion: If we want to give our laboratories a proper functionality we must propose two types of space, SERVANT SPACES and SERVED SPACES. In wich the served spaces would be a modular diaphanous area open to possibles changes and the servant spaces that contain facilities, Following this “simple rule� should guarantee a proper functionality.


SERVED SPACES VS SERVANT SPACES

LABORATORIES VS INSTALATIONS + COMUNICATION + STRUCTURE + STORAGE

30%


Programme

LABORATORIES COMMUNITY KITCHEN FOOD FOREST

750 m2 150 m2 200 m2 1100 m2

CANTINE HALL AND GUEST ROOM EVENT AND WORKSHOP LIBRARY

80 m2 200 m2 150 m2 80 m2

FOOD TASTING / BAR ultimate lab

140 m2 660 m2

COMMUNICATION STORAGE FACILITIES

150 m2 100 m2 250 m2 500 m2

TOTAL

2400 m2


Site distribution (first approach)


MATERIAL PALLETTE


CONCEPT Human body = The perfect lab (structure) Servant spaces (lab) vs Served spaces (rest) Modulated lab + Additions Brick to bring up context Lab as a sanctuary, a place of creation Continuity to the Chimney Walk (chimney transition) Create open public space trought plan retreats


INITIAL APPROACH


VOLUMETRY / MATERIALITY / VISUALS We developed a serial concept images to study how the building will affect the surrondings with his own materiality and volumetry. As well as the different spaces cretaed at the momentr of the interposition af a singular piece in a “white canvas� as we consider the actual plot.


//nº 1 view S-W

//nº 2 view S

//nº 3 view S

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//nº 6 view S-E

//nº 7 view E

//nº 9 view S-W

//nº 10 view S-E

//nº 11 view S-E

//nº 8 view N


mass study

hunts lane view

know / before

sugar house lane entrance

hunts lane view

hunts lane view

hunts lane entrance

hunts lane view

square view

square view

mass study

mass study

chimney walk start

aerial view

footprint

hunts lane view


VOLUMETRY Study of the intervention at 1:250 scale and the development of the building volumetry.


FINAL RESOLUTION


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MENCIĂ“N CREAT Jorge TĂĄrrago / MO&CO Ferna

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public entrance public entrance for punctual events, that allows the building works even in no work days

Public square

hall 150 m2 fluid space that allows the building to transit between the square and the public spaces of the program. Allows punctual expositions and presentations, and opens into the auditorium

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coffee/bar 150 m2 opens to the public side of the square and the Chimney walk, the differential space that serves the whole site.

private entran main entranc allows transv square and for the worke

Chimney Waalk

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spine 130 m2 contains the communications, facilities and storage needed by the project, acting as the center of the project that connects all the different parts of it

auditorium 200 m2 singular point in the project, allows different uses as classrooms and opening, the point that breaks the rule and symmetry given the importance required

secondary entrance residual entrance for loading and unloading and for garbage recollection

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GROUND FLOOR e 1:100 hall - 150 m2 coffee / bar - 300 m2 auditorium - 200 m2 spine - 130 m2 bike park - 30 m2 waste room - 15 m2

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MENCIร“N CREAT Jorge Tรกrrago / MO&CO Ferna

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PUBLIC SQUARE (nexus)

eco-lab CO-WORKING + EXCHANGE

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cornner shop RETAIL + WASTE

familistery HEALTH + PRODUCTION

familistery HEALTH + PRODUCTION

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SQUARE ENTRY 4.00 m

CHIMNEY WALK 0.00 m

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TOP TERRACE 16.00 m

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LIBRARY 7.00 m

LABORATORIES 4.00 m

CHIMNEY WALK 0.00 m

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cornner shop RETAIL + WASTE

TOP TERRACE 16.00 m

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modular furniture We understand the learning spaces of the future as areas of full interaction between individuals, places in which you can be either doing a research about food for the future, experiencing a new virtual way of cooking or assisting to a master class, a flowing space, that with minimum variations, gives you totally different perceptible areas. Giving the interior of the building a chameleon perception that adapts to the required needs and evolves. In terms of viability, the project basis are three wood modules, totally open, semi open and closed of 60 x 60 x 90 cm sustained one to each other by cruciform aluminum extrusions, giving the option to remove one module without affecting the behavior of the structure. For the built of the different own mobile laboratories we thought about the EKET module (selled by IKEA) cost 20 euros the unit.

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FIRST FLOOR e 1:150 labs - 450 m2 spine - 130 m2 meeting room - 15 m2 terrace - 15 m2

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food forest - 175 m2 cantina 100 m2 library - 75 m2 direction - 60 m2 meeting room - 40 m2 storage - 50 m2 spine - 100 m2

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FOURTH FLOOR e 1:100 community kitchen 100 - m2 terrace (roof floor) spine - 70 m2 facilities - 50 m2

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SUMIDERO DE AGUAS PLUVIALES

CORONACION DE CHAPA DE ALUMINIO TIPO CLIP (2 MM) CAPA SEPARADORA BALDOSA CERAMICA PLOT REGULABLE AISLAMIENTO TERMICO DE PANELES RIGIDOS DE POLIESTIRENO EXTRUIDO

MEMBRANA IMPERMEABILIZANTE TIPO BICAPA

HORMIGON CELULAR PARA FORMACION DE PENDIENTE 1,5%

SUBESTRUCTURA DE ALUMINIO ANONIZADO

LUNA DE VIDRIO LAMINADO (3 MM)

CAMARA DE AIRE (6 MM)

CELOSIA DE BLOQUES CERAMICOS PERFORADOS

BALDOSA DE GRES PORCELANICO PLOT REGULABLE

GALCE CALZO ROTURA DE PUENTE TERMICO CORDON DE FONDO DE JUNTA DE CAUCHO SELLADO DE SILICONA

REVESTIMIENTO DE MADERA DE NOGAL REVESTIMIENTO DE MADERA DE NOGAL AISLAMIENTO DE FIBRA DE VIDRIO (8 CM) LADRILLO CARAVISTA GRIS

AISLAMIENTO DE FIBRA DE VIDRIO (8 CM) TUBERIA AGUA CALIENTE SANITARIA TUBERIA AGUA FRIA BAJANTE AGUAS RESIDUALES PATINILLO DE INSTALACIONES

AISLAMIENTO DE FIBRA DE VIDRIO (8 CM)

MORTERO DE AGARRE BALDOSA DE GRES PORCELANICO FALSO TECHO DE DEPLOYE

REVESTIMIENTO DE MADERA DE NOGAL AISLAMIENTO DE FIBRA DE VIDRIO (8 CM) ARMADO LONGITUDINAL (8 MM) MURO PORTANTE HA (30 CM)

BALDOSA DE GRES PORCELANICO PLOT REGULABLE

PARAVAPOR MORTERO DE AGARRE

FORJADO DE LOSA DE H.A. (30 CM) AISLAMIENTO DE FIBRA DE VIDRIO (8 CM) CAPA DE GRAVA

ZAPATA DE HORMIGON CONTINUA

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