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G O L N O U S H J A L A L I STRUCTURAL / ARCHITECTURAL P O R T F O L I O GOLNOUSH JALALI PORTFOLIO - FALL 2016


ADDITIONAL M T

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GOLNOUSH JALALI 1988/04/11 CANADIAN FEMALE

Goli Jalali is a London based Structural Engineer, she joined Buro Happold in 2012 after graduating from the Architectural Association in London, with a Master of Science in Emergent Technologies and Design. Prior to this she obtained an Honours Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Civil Engineering from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Goli is interested in areas where engineering meets and overlaps with architecture and design. She has worked on a wide variety of projects in a number of sectors encompassing both creativity and structural dependency. She is passionate about design as well as digital tools; her work reflects an understanding of structural limitations while also taking into consideration the aesthetic aspects of the design itself. She is adept at working on schemes that require an in depth knowledge of software technology, which she then utilises in bringing to life her imagination as a designer.

PORTFOLIO CONTENTS PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK 1. Dammam Stadium (Architect | Populous, Structure | Buro Happold) 2. King Abdullah Financial District Metro Station (Architect | Zaha Hadid, Structure | Buro Happold) 3. City of Dreams (Architect | Zaha Hadid, Structure | Buro Happold) 4. Bee’Ah Headquarters (Architect | Zaha Hadid, Structure | Buro Happold)

PART II : ACADEMIC WORK - Master of Science in Emergent Technologies and Design: 1. M.Sc. Dissertation, Adaptive Flux Morphologies 2. Core Studio 02, DenCity

PART III : COMPETITIONS 1. Design/Build, Pop-Up Theatre

PART IV : WORKSHOPS 1. AA Visiting School Tehran, Versatile Tensegrity

PART V : ART WORK 1. Creative Drawing & Architecture 2. Figure Drawing

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ADDITIONAL PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK TITLE DAMMAM STADIUM

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2015 : MICHAEL KEVERNE : POPULOUS : BURO HAPPOLD

Populous Dammam stadium render

The Eastern Province is the largest province in Saudi Arabia. It is rich in culture and history as well as natural resources. The design for the Dammam Kingdom Stadium Complex combines architectural, engineering, masterplanning, and landscape considerations into a holistic proposal. This is inspired by the local context of the Eastern Provinces region in particular two themes have been identified: The Shimmering Destination describes Dammam’s environments at the meeting of the sky, desert and sea; The Mystery of the Sea describes the cities relationship with the sea and the potential for power and beauty shaped by the ocean. These themes have been symbolised and abstracted to create a highly evocative architectural form and articulation which feeds into all aspects of the project design and masterplan. The power of the sea has shaped Dammam. The action of the sea on the land has shaped the landscape while the sea has provided both trade as well as resources in the form of fish and pearls. The architecture of the stadium draws from the power of the sea expressed in the phenomenon of the shoal which inspires the building form and articulation.

Dammam Stadium structure render

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Dammam stadium render


ADDITIONAL PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK TITLE DAMMAM STADIUM

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2015 : MICHAEL KEVERNE : POPULOUS : BURO HAPPOLD

Populous Dammam stadium render

Cladding Typologies The stadium facade incorporates graduated variations over the surface responding to the differing technical requirements at different levels without compromising the architectural expression. This creates a sophisticated articulation which achieves the various functions while creating internal and external interest in the architecture and reinforcing shoal imagery. The cladding typologies for the roof and bowl have been defined depending on the performance requirements, the system choice and material choices. Roof Cladding Types A Generally a translucent waterproof covering over Types B Generally solid covering over seats

Bowl Cladding Types C Corresponding to often more filigree faces systems behind the back-of-bowl Types D Corresponding to often more filigree faces systems behind the back-of-bowl

Type A Polycarbonate exterior finish

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Adjustable steel support bracket

Diagrid secondary steel structure

Populous Dammam stadium render

Drainage Requirements

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ADDITIONAL

Design Philosophy

PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK

The most appropriate Structural solution that best fits the tight construction program whilst following the desired architectural intent and maintaining structural efficiency is Propped Steel Cantilever Solution. The response to the key engineering criteria is a proposal where loads are resisted by the roof structure organised in a clear, deterministic, hierarchy and form.

TITLE DAMMAM STADIUM

The proposal can be broken down into the following hierarchy of elements:

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2015 : MICHAEL KEVERNE : POPULOUS : BURO HAPPOLD

1. Primary Structure: Series of propped cantilevering trusses spaced radially around the bowl 2. Secondary Structure: Simply supported trusses spanning between primary trusses 3. Tertiary Structure: Diagrid members spanning over secondary structure 4. Quaternary Structure: Additional lightweight structure spanning between diagrid to support cladding panels

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ADDITIONAL

Construction Sequence

PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK

Stage 1 - Excavation and earthworks Stage 2 - Upper bowl construction Stage 3 - Installation of columns and part of the podium Stage 4 - Erection of back span segments Stage 5 - Installation of infill members to back span and remainder of podium Stage 6 - Erection of front span segments Stage 7 - Completion of lower tier, infill members to front span and canopy steelwork Stage 8 - Closure of bowl structure and remaining roof elements Stage 9 - Installation of cladding

TITLE DAMMAM STADIUM

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2015 : MICHAEL KEVERNE : POPULOUS : BURO HAPPOLD

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The King Abdullah Financial district (KAFD) Metro Station will be one of the iconic stations of the new Riyadh Metro Network. This station will serve as a key interchange as well as a terminus.

ADDITIONAL PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK TITLE KAFD Metro Station

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2015 - 2016 : Rasti Bartek : Zaha Hadid : BURO HAPPOLD

The iconic station consists of six platforms over four public floors and two levels of underground parking. It will also have two sky bridges one on the North and one on the North West side of the structure. The sky bridges will access the local mono rail, parking and a museum. The structure and design of the project extends beyond the simple station typology in order to emphasis the importance of the station as a dynamic and multi functional public space.

KAFD Metro Station - ZHA Render

Loading Live load, external and internal cladding loads are shown below. The cladding loads have been determined by the facade engineers. These loadings are applied to the model in Rhino and then exported to structural analysis softwares.

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The iconic building envelope is supported by a series of primary structural steel arches spanning individually in the longitudinal direction and forming a moment resisting frame spanning over the cross-section of the building. The primary arches are supported predominantly at e anine slab level but also at the ground floor slab level. The facade between primary arches is supported by a secondary steel frame designed to resist the cladding weight in combination with environmental loads (wind loads, temperature change loads).

ADDITIONAL PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK TITLE KAFD Metro Station

The secondary frame supporting the opaque cladding is predominantly spanning in the East-West direction and members spanning this direction are distributed along the length of the building to suit the cladding panelisation. The members restraining these spanning in North-South direction are set out regularly across the span as required to provide sufficient lateral restraint. The members spanning in the ast-West direction are set out such that their top surface is in the same plane as top of steel of primary arches.

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2015 - 2016 : Rasti Bartek : Zaha Hadid : BURO HAPPOLD

The secondary frame spanning between primary arches is resisting lateral loads on relatively large spans and therefore where possible is curved in order to gain benefit of the shell action to limit the steel section si es.

3D ISOMETRIC - FRAMING SUPPORTING UHPC & PV CLADDING SETTING OUT PRINCIPLES

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Parametric Modelling

ADDITIONAL PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK TITLE KAFD Metro Station

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2015 - 2016 : Rasti Bartek : Zaha Hadid : BURO HAPPOLD

1. Surfaces defining the outer one of the building are received from the architect A. 2. Surfaces rebuilt with grasshopper addin in hino. . Centrelines for the main structure pipes are found by offsetting the surface edges running along the building. . iven the complexity of the surfaces the resulting curves are double curved D curves, something that is not suitable for construction. Therefore the curves are simplified into arcs and lines within a given tolerance. 5. The opaque cladding members are set out by point cloud provided from the acade ngineers ewtecnic in order to suit the cladding panelisation. . The diagrid members are also set out by point cloud provided by the acade ngineers ewtecnic . 7. hino odel of the structure centrelines and top of steel lines. . In order to export analysis model with correct bar information, geometry must be separated into layers associated to member type.

rasshopper definition for creating structural analysis models and evit model

3D ISOMETRIC - BUILDING ENVELOPE SUPPORT STEELWORK & NORTH/SOUTH TRUMPETS

3D isometric view of the Rhino Model

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ADDITIONAL

Rhino Export

PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK

An addin script has been used to create the structural analysis models in Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis and Oasys SA. This improves the work flow as the process to import members, once set up can be used to apply section properties within the Rhino environment making use of 3D modelling and manipulation advantages of Rhino.

TITLE KAFD Metro Station

Dynamic modal Analysis

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2015 - 2016 : Rasti Bartek : Zaha Hadid : BURO HAPPOLD

Modal dynamic analysis of the steel structure supporting the building envelope was performed in GSA software. The mass calculated from the dead weight of steelwork and connections was lumped at nodes. The cladding was only represented as additional mass and its flexural and axial stiffness if any was not considered. Calculated natural frequencies for the first modes and corresponding mode shapes are shown on figures below note that figures scale is highly exaggerated to show the nature of the mode shape .

1st Dynamic mode shape (eigenvector) with corresponding frequency 0.62Hz

2nd Dynamic mode shape (eigenvector) with corresponding frequency 95Hz

3rd Dynamic mode shape (eigenvector) with corresponding frequency 1.11Hz

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ADDITIONAL PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK TITLE KAFD Metro Station

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2015 - 2016 : Rasti Bartek : Zaha Hadid : BURO HAPPOLD

Construction Sequence

Support conditions - Support connections at Ground and e anine floor levels

Support Conditions - Additional secondary support for glazing mullions

1. Installation of the primary truss

2. Installation of the primary tubes

Typical ladder frame bay with ladder frames installed

Typical ladder frames with intermediate splices shown indicatively

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ADDITIONAL PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK TITLE KAFD Metro Station

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2015 - 2016 : Rasti Bartek : Zaha Hadid : BURO HAPPOLD

Construction Sequence

4. Ladder frames in place

Typical member connecting and restraining ladder frames

5. All members connecting the ladder frames in place

6. Bracing members in areas supporting GRC and PV panels

7. Installation of diagrid steelwork

8. Installation of GRC and PV panels

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ADDITIONAL PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK TITLE City of Dreams

The proposed building is a new Hotel and Casino which will sit within the existing City of Dreams entertainment complex located in Macau, China. The proposal is for a 160m high, 40 storey tower with 1 level of basement. The lower 7 levels of the building link into the existing entertainment complex program. These levels contain bars, restaurants, spa, casino, car parking and MEP. From L05 to L37 the building is predominantly hotel. Levels L36 to L39 contain high end gaming facilities, villas and swimming pool. The central section of the building contains sky walkways, viewing platforms and restaurant.

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2012 - 2015 : Tim Kelly : Zaha Hadid : BURO HAPPOLD

City of Dreams - ZHA Render

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The design intent for the external skin is an integrated structure and facade. The exoskeleton structural form or pattern follows the lines of the structural action. The structural form is then clad to achieve the desired architectural finish.

BH Image showing the zones (color coded) created for the exoskeleton steelwork


The following is an indication of the expected steelwork connection type and their location on the structure. It is envisaged that the tower wings will be all simple bolted connections. The central section will have multi planar nodes with several members connecting at one point. No steelwork is exposed to view so connections will be functional in form.

ADDITIONAL PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK TITLE City of Dreams

The connection types have been parametrically modelled. The script can give the different connection types based on the different set of parameters as input.

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2012 - 2015 : Tim Kelly : Zaha Hadid : BURO HAPPOLD

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Connection 2 - At the lower floors of the building the floor beams are not in line with the exoskeleton nodes at the facade. The stub connection between the rear of the exoskeleton and the edge beam generates secondary forces on the exoskeleton.

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Bee’ah Headquarters is located in Sharjah, UAE. The design has been informed by its desert context as a series of intersecting dunes oriented to optimise the prevailing Shamal winds, and designed to provide interiors with high quality daylight and views whilst limiting the quantity of glazing exposed to the harsh sun.

ADDITIONAL PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK

The roof structure is a series of facetted beams that are arranges parallel and along grid lines. A top of steel roof surface is created from the architectural outer surface by offsetting the cladding surfaces by their corresponding facade build ups. The geometry of the steel frame supporting the building envelope is derived as a 3D parametric geometry model.

TITLE Bee’ah Headquarters

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2013 : Wold Mangelsdorf : Zaha Hadid : BURO HAPPOLD

Bee’ah HQ - ZHA Render

Bee’ah Steel Structure - BH Render

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Construction Sequence

ADDITIONAL PART I : PROFESSIONAL WORK TITLE Bee’ah Headquarters

DETAIL YEAR PROJECT LEADER ARCHITECT STRUCTURE

: 2013 : Wolf Mangelsdorf : Zaha Hadid : BURO HAPPOLD

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Ground-bearing slab - 300mm thick, covers the entire footprint of the building

1. Foundation pad formation 2. Concrete Structure Formed 3. Doubly-curved concrete structures formed

4. Level 00 ground-bearing slab and level 01 structure

5. Initial steel structure put in place

5. Initial steel structure put in place

6. Steel roof structure installed

6. Steel roof structure installed

7. Metal deck installation


ADDITIONAL PART II : ACADEMIC TITLE Adaptive Flux Morphologies LINK

https://issuu.com/golijalali/ docs/12_10_19_afm_final/1

DETAIL YEAR SUPERVISOR

: 2012 : Mike Weinstock : George Jeronimidis

An inevitable result of transportation networks is the variation of flow of people across the network. Too often, these flows are thought of simply as an output of a network. The network is created and implemented, and the flows are extracted from the resulting usage. We suggest a new method, wherein the flows are predicted and used as inputs into a system that can provide more accurate predictions of the number of people that will be using the network on the global scale and on the more localised scale of individual stations. In this way, these individual network nodes and their corresponding local networks will reflect the rules of the network within the city. Our research utilises agent based computing as an adaptive, generative tool for creating network solutions. The outputs of this system are evaluated using space syntax software in order to determine their potential effects on the urban context. By using the system to generate both global and local networks for an urban fabric, substantial improvements can be made in terms of the integration and connectivity of the city as a whole.

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ADDITIONAL PART II : ACADEMIC TITLE Adaptive Flux Morphologies

Site : Lagos, Nigeria 1900 1900-1960 1960-1980

LINK

https://issuu.com/golijalali/ docs/12_10_19_afm_final/1

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DETAIL YEAR SUPERVISOR

: 2012 : Mike Weinstock : George Jeronimidis

Minimum Spanning Tree Performance Factor: P = lenminspan / lennetwork

Network Pattern from slime mould connection. Sample physical test on Lagos, Nigeria.

P = 0.72420912472

Traffic Stopped Normal Pace

P = 0.853377968776 Disconnected Nodes

P = 0.735245379795 North Not Well Connected

By comparing these different methods of evaluation, we were able to validate the strength, accuracy, and potentials of our system. The performance evaluation of both the digital network and the physical slime mould network show that the digital system is able to produce similar network outputs to those from the physical tests.

P = 0.630844436567

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Impact maps of all the different case scenarios analysed. The integration impact shows the difference of integration regarding the existing situation in Lagos.

ADDITIONAL PART II : ACADEMIC TITLE Adaptive Flux Morphologies

Chart showing the improvement of the overall integration in the different scenarios tested.

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https://issuu.com/golijalali/ docs/12_10_19_afm_final/1

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ADDITIONAL PART II : ACADEMIC

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The first analysis reveals a required number of trips above the maximum Test 1 . Thus, the network connectivity must increase in order to improve. The way of doing this consists of extending branches of existing lines and overlapping them where connectivity is weak ondon - Case Study . These extensions are placed in the destination lines which serve areas whose expected future density is increasing considerably. The second iteration shows successful results and this line layout is selected for further development Test 2 .

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329,362 users / day 645,722 users / day 302,560 users / day 635,426 users / day 222,277 users / day 571,811 users / day

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After considering the outputs and benefits of equal distribution and density methods we decided to revise the method and design for a network that was based off neighbourhood density and train capacity. This would allow for a reasonable flow at stations while still dispersing different concentrations of stations throughout Lagos.

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ADDITIONAL PART II : ACADEMIC TITLE Adaptive Flux Morphologies

Affected Area

Area of Influence of each station

LINK

https://issuu.com/golijalali/ docs/12_10_19_afm_final/1

DETAIL YEAR SUPERVISOR

: 2012 : Mike Weinstock : George Jeronimidis Total Urban Area : 675 km2

Station Categories

Total Affected Area : 296 km2 44 % of the urban fabric is affected

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Previous analysis resulted in a network consisting of 6 lines and 79 stations. For categorising the stations four categories were defined. The average number of passengers per day for each station was calculated according to each stationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s associated neighbourhood density. rom this information the minimum and maximum average passengers per day for the 79 stations were extracted and ranges of passenger flow were assigned for each of the four categories.

79 Stations MIN avg passenger / day = 8,200 MAX avg passenger / day = 80,000

Category A: National hubs Category B: Regional hubs Category C: Medium Category D: Small

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DepthMap Space Syntax analysis for integration

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Impact Map The newly generated pedestrian networks at each station were inserted into the model and the network was again analysed for its impact, which showed a marked improvement. This network improves the integration of 56% of the urban fabric.

ADDITIONAL PART II : ACADEMIC TITLE Adaptive Flux Morphologies LINK

https://issuu.com/golijalali/ docs/12_10_19_afm_final/1

DETAIL YEAR SUPERVISOR

: 2012 : Mike Weinstock : George Jeronimidis

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Despite these positive results there are remaining aspects with areas for improvement. First, the system reduces the use of informal modes of transportation such as danfos, but even with this reduction, 50 % of the population is estimated to continue using them as per transportation reports. Further reduction in this number would continue to improve the transportation in Lagos as it would alleviate the overload on the existing infrastructure. Second, the journey times that showed the highest reduction in travel were mainly along major commute routes. Further evaluation to ensure that all routes are reduced would increase the effectiveness of the network. Finally, the road usage was reduced by 27%, but this will most likely only be along heavy commute routes. We see the area for improvement in continuing to reduce usage of the roads across the entire city in order to improve traffic conditions. GOLNOUSH JALALI PORTFOLIO - FALL 2016


ADDITIONAL PART II : ACADEMIC TITLE DenCity

DETAIL YEAR SUPERVISOR

The aim of this project is to develop an urban fabric that is capable of supporting a high population density while creating well connected open spaces. A variety of computing technologies were used to propose a specific urban configuration in the Isle of Dogs located in ondon. The target density of 0.000 persons/km2 was designated according to examples of cities with high density across the world. ondon standards for minimum dwelling space and local values for distribution of land use were our main constrains. One of the main challenges was to understand the geometrical limits of accommodating high density population in a place like ondon. We developed a methodology that distributed the social open spaces according to the number of people that each of these social spaces serve.

: 2012 : Mike Weinstock

How can we combine high density and social space?

Kowloon City

GOLNOUSH JALALI PORTFOLIO - FALL 2016

Campo Marcio, Piranesi


ADDITIONAL PART II : ACADEMIC TITLE DenCity

DETAIL YEAR SUPERVISOR

: 2012 : Mike Weinstock

Distribution of Social Spaces - Road Network - Pedestiran Network

What is kept on the site

Uniform grid of social space on the site

Network nodes

Preliminary Network

Repeller points

Differentiating the Network

Attractor points

Differentiation between blocks

Attractor points

Pedestrian interconnection

Boundary and Edge Condition Main Acess Road

Secondary office road

Normal Road

The distribution of social spaces defined the road network as well as the edges and si e of each block. Another script generated the configuration of buildings inside each block. This script also produced a pedestrian network that connected the open spaces inside each block while at the same time oining the network of neighbouring blocks, creating with this a complete walking system over the whole site. The resulting fabric is a good example of an innovative urban configuration that is able to accommodate large numbers of people while not producing only high towers or creating isolated places. GOLNOUSH JALALI PORTFOLIO - FALL 2016


ADDITIONAL PART III : COMPETITIONS TITLE Pop-Up Theatre

DETAIL YEAR SUPERVISOR

: 2012 : Mike Weinstock

This project was a prototype for a deployable, modular enclosure for a pop up cinema in Hackney and was displayed at the AA Projects Review exhibition in London. A major requirement was that it be easy to disassemble and pack away in a short amount of time. The solution was a set of stackable, doubly curved panels. The curvature of each panel is slight, but when assembled into a whole, they produce enough double curvature to achieve structural stability. Double Curvature Providing Global Structure Rigidity

Planar Surface

GOLNOUSH JALALI PORTFOLIO - FALL 2016

Double curve Surface


ADDITIONAL PART III : COMPETITIONS TITLE Pop-Up Theatre

DETAIL YEAR SUPERVISOR

: 2012 : Mike Weinstock

GOLNOUSH JALALI PORTFOLIO - FALL 2016

The fabrication used to achieve this curvature was a synergy of traditional carpentry and digital fabrication methods. The 4 timber members of each panel were cut with a compound mitre cut (angled in two directions). Each panel contains 3 unique mitre cuts, each of which had its own laser-cut jig template to aid in the fabrication process. In order to join the members at this double angle, we developed a hybrid joint consisting of a 3D printed connection piece made from ABS plastic. The advantage of this new and innovative method is that the complex joinery that would be required to produce the joint only out of timber was eliminated. The timber pieces required only linear cuts, and the 3D printed piece served to solve the problem of the double angle connection. For the footings, a separate 3D printed piece was developed that was more reinforced structurally, and served to bring the doubly angled joint down to the ground at a 90 Degree angle.


ADDITIONAL PART IV : WORKSHOPS TITLE Versatile Tensegrity PUBLICATION

http://www.archdaily.com/77736/ aa-visiting-school-in-tehran-and-muscat-results

DETAIL YEAR SUPERVISOR

: 2011 : Theo Sarantoglou

The design and shape of the structure is in a form of a shell or cocoon. The idea first came from the shell forms and was extended into a more symmetric volume. The fabric was formed around the structure to show the shape of the structure and to emphasise on the spiral pattern.

Construction Sequence

Wooden frames

GOLNOUSH JALALI PORTFOLIO - FALL 2016

Cables used for stabilising the frames

Complete assembly of the cables

Pipes placed at the right locations to form the spirals


ADDITIONAL PART IV : WORKSHOPS TITLE Versatile Tensegrity PUBLICATION

http://www.archdaily.com/77736/ aa-visiting-school-in-tehran-and-muscat-results

DETAIL YEAR SUPERVISOR

: 2011 : Theo Sarantoglou

GOLNOUSH JALALI PORTFOLIO - FALL 2016

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