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Partial view of physical model

3D axon model

Vertical circulation, and first floor plan

Faculty:

by:

Vicente Guallart + Javier Pe単a + Rodrigo Rubio

Hugo Carvallo MArch. canditate at IaaC-11 BArch. at USC A.S. Arch. at ECC


After the 2nd phase Final Presentation, I started developing not only more and better spaces for the inhabitants of the block, but also I started looking at different connections of the block/building such as the infrastructure related to the ground or the components-units as complementary form of the interior spaces of the building, and the possibility of having a single way of interior circulation. In the next set of diagrams, it is been clearly identified the relationship between the diagonal steep top with the horizontal and vertical axis, also we notice the separation of the hexagon residential units to give shape to a sporadic (and better distributed) potential openings for natural (direct/indirect) lighting and ventilation.

Fig. 1. Top units related to horizontal and vertical

planes.

Fig. 2. Complementary forms within the top and the

building interior spaces. Faculty:

by:

Vicente Guallart + Javier Pe単a + Rodrigo Rubio

Hugo Carvallo MArch. canditate at IaaC-11 BArch. at USC A.S. Arch. at ECC


I am presenting sketches and CAD drawings that show the relationship of the different planes/axis with the idea of complementary spaces that work and function depending on each other, on their program, and on their specific location within the building.

Fig. 4. Rough sketch of roof plan (showing openings). Next, same roof

plan sketch with potential and better distributed openings.

Fig. 5. Proposed central axis circulation. Next, distribution of the differ

ent units.

Fig. 6. Sectional cut of proposed central circulation. Faculty:

by:

Vicente Guallart + Javier Pe単a + Rodrigo Rubio

Hugo Carvallo MArch. canditate at IaaC-11 BArch. at USC A.S. Arch. at ECC


Fig. 7. Units, and units possible combination/extensions.

Fig. 8. Units separation. Faculty:

by:

Vicente Guallart + Javier Pe単a + Rodrigo Rubio

Hugo Carvallo MArch. canditate at IaaC-11 BArch. at USC A.S. Arch. at ECC


Fig. 9. Existing units, and possible separation with vertical and

horizontal relationship as complementary elements.

Faculty:

by:

Vicente Guallart + Javier Pe単a + Rodrigo Rubio

Hugo Carvallo MArch. canditate at IaaC-11 BArch. at USC A.S. Arch. at ECC


Fig. 10. Diagrams showing possible vertical openings for direct and

indirect natural lighting Faculty:

by:

Vicente Guallart + Javier Pe単a + Rodrigo Rubio

Hugo Carvallo MArch. canditate at IaaC-11 BArch. at USC A.S. Arch. at ECC


Fig. 11. Proposed location of concrete slabs, notice the ‘atrium’ spaces for natural lighting and cross ventilation.

Faculty:

by:

Vicente Guallart + Javier Peña + Rodrigo Rubio

Hugo Carvallo MArch. canditate at IaaC-11 BArch. at USC A.S. Arch. at ECC


3rd Phase_1st Assignment: Hugo Carvallo