Issuu on Google+

Isabella Ducoli SENIOR ARCHITECT

i.ducoli@aol.com skype: isabella.ducoli tel. +39 3895737221 Born in Lovere, Bergamo (Italy), 27 May 1983 Italian Nationality.


Isabella Ducoli SENIOR ARCHITECT

i.ducoli@aol.com skype: isabella.ducoli tel. +39 3895737221 Born in Lovere, Bergamo (Italy), 27 May 1983 Italian Nationality. Kind attention : Human Resource Departement

PROFILE My interestes,as well as my studies, converge on sustainable architecture design, rational use of energy resources and aspects related to the environmental morphology well as the system of relations between the project and the context characters. Beside the artistic education of freehand drawing and studies carried out on the sustainable processes of changes in the environment, my inclination has always been directed towards the concept, the process of setting the project. Here, I enclose below my resume for additional details and the portfolio with examples of my works. Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Isabella Ducoli

PROFESSIONAL ASSIGNMENTS 2012-’13

Interior Designer Position at LAI studio it

2008-’09

Architect Assistant Position at KLH uk

LAI STUDIO | Maurizio Lai Architect | Milan_www.laistudio.com/ Architecture Interiors Design Lighting (current position)

KLH UK ltd. Unit 1, 9a Dallington Street London,EC1V 0BQ. (from July ‘08

to April ’09)

2007-’08

Product Designer position uk

2006-’07

Architect Assistant Position it

I GROUP, 112-116 Old Street,London, EC1V 9BD. Interior consultancy and sales staff (from October’07 to March‘08)

design

Architecture’s Studio Tosini Office, Mazzini Street 5, Brescia,Italy. (from Oct. 2006 to Sept. 2007)

2005-’06

Internship (Housing) it

Architecture’s Edoardo Colonna di Paliano office. 3 Muratori Street, Milano, Italy. (May 2005- October 2006)

I hereby grant consent for the processing of the above personal data under the provisions of Legislative Decree 196/03.


STUDIES 2012

from 2009

Architecture Master Degree (taught in English).

University of Architecture “Politecnico di Milano”, Milan, Italy Thesis: Vacuum “INTRA” urban Hydroponic greenhouse along the Naviglio Grande supervisor: Prof.re Arch. Filippo Tartaglia

2011

Istanbul; Workshop:

2009

TOEIC English Certification,

2006

Bachelor degree in Build Environment Architecture.

from 2003

2001

İtalyan Kültür Merkezi'nde (Italian centre of culture), Bridging The Gaps in Fatih Sultan Mehmet, Studies for a possible smart city approach in informal urban contexts

University of Architecture “Politecnico di Milano”, Milan Italy. Thesis: Application of the environmental requirements of the “Protocol of ITHACA” to a conventional residential project.

Artistic Grammar School,

Italy. Integrating Year comprises the Mathematics, Sciences, English.

2000

Mark 675/990

Liceo Artistico Statale di Brescia, matters

of:

Italian,

Philosophy,

Secondary School focusing on Artistic Grammar diploma

–Section Architecture and Sculture- Liceo Artistico Statale Decio Celeri, Italy.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCES Mothertongue Other languages

Italian English fluent

Computer skills

platform systems

Mac-OS and Windows

graphic programs

Adobe suite good Photoshop Illustrator excellent

drawing programs

Autocad 2d excellent Rhinoceros good

technical skills

Accomplished model maker Excellent team player with strong communicational skills Music, Art, Travels.

Social Skills Interest

I hereby grant consent for the processing of the above personal data under the provisions of Legislative Decree 196/03.


STUDIO LAI Sushi Taiyo Restaurant is a strong scenic elements that characterize the atmosphere, the environment

Inspired by a contemporary and international, the image of

0

visual impact project. Rich in many consists of a large central hall and two secondary rooms, heavily embellished with bright equipment and materials. The planning intervention is pushed down to the smallest details, the space is filled with unique elegant

backlight geometric metal mesh ceiling

suggestions, from the of glass, metal or wood carving.

design to the wall paneling made

O

gateway to basement floor

NO

SO

N

S NE

SE

E

vano scala condominiale

50

50

80x210 256

165

141

80 174

293

302

CELLA 1 positiva

112

96x210

150

85

CELLA 3 negativa

69

KITCHEN

193

80x210

331

19

117

123

-304

143

140

62

H 280 cm

rampa

116

door H 215 cm

90

226

H 328 cm

352

148

148

SERVIZI PERSONALE H 345 cm

90x210

424

technical ceiling H 335 cm locale impianti 410

67

h 260 cm

168

+13

h 315 cm

220

10

250 45.4

20

175

191

209.0

107

22

96

18

317

66

100

ROOM 1

140

140

technical ceiling H 363 cm

67

46

64

682

41

banquette

40

128

basament window

40

182

70

133

technical ceiling H 335 cm

basament window

10

45

181

45

30

243

328

technical ceiling H 363 cm

151

38

78

80x210

726

144

144

ROOM 1

537

H. 281

371

H. 250

471

486

1054

247

technical ceiling H 335 cm

105

671

73 323

144

157

63

72 18

88 24

10

71

145

42

H 301cm

10 110

100

240

97

121

228

97

54

110

121

33

aerazione vespaio

10

490

471

h 260 cm

200.0

80x210

8

534

69

Communal stairwell

96

179

481

technical ceiling H 346 cm

locale ripostiglio

80

84

109.0

16

80x210

ROOM 2

146

h 270 cm

126

107

47

157

platform H 15 cm

342

doccia 70x90

h 268 cm

37

119

104

H 272 cm

100

18

92

67

104

+11 emergency exit

67

116

technical ceiling H 300/320 cm

deposito alimentare

174

80x210

69

H min 234 cm H max 273 cm

116

190

rubinetto a pedali

765

123

MAGAZZINO

35

406

331

138

207

82

339

130

ROOM 3 technical ceiling H 321 cm

138

208

88

CELLA 2 positiva

765

323

MAGAZZINO

80

214

56

96x210

402

130

100x210

80

H min 218 cm H max 278 cm

198

LOCALE IMMONDEZZAIO

60

97

LOCALE IMMONDEZZAIO

180

141

14

65 130

55 248

249

ENTRANCE

Basement floor plan

Ground floor


ROOM 3_ SET UP

All.3

formwork made by expanded plate 362.47 27.21

F

59.97

179.91

119.94

F

97.53

P

97.49

60.03

All.3

112.98

97.53

27.21

F

F 65.50

59.97

179.91

119.94

232.00

F

P

F

P

F

59.97

179.91

119.94

719.67

P

65.50

82.48

119.97

F

I layer

All.2

c

c

B

All.1

B

M c

c

D

B

B

c

c

D

B

B

c

c

D

B

B

II layer A

E

E

All.1

A

G

A

Corten steel sheet with backlight

A

E

E

A

A

E

E

A

A

E

E

III layer G

G

H

I

I

H

G

H

G

H

G

H

All.2

275

270

200

137

277

480

I

IV layer

250 x 108 mm I

I

I

I

I

I

435

275

450

217

257

V layer

336

400

154

206

I layer 296

450 206

306

343

II layer

III layer

Square 55 cm x 55cm

N° pz: 2

Frame 50cm x 50cm

IV layer

500

500

50

50

550

Frame 40cm x 40cm

50

400

50 50

50

N° pz: 1

Square 50 cm x 50cm

50

750

800

N° pz: 3

50

Frame 75cm x 75cm

550

Frame 80cm x 80cm

N° pz: 3

500

N° pz: 2

500

N° pz: 1

400

275

G

H

350 125

280

H

I

475

400

G

750 x 216 mm

175

Printed Canavas pvc panels, overlap with backlight.

G

H

800

750

V layer


"Ruralization" of the interstitial spaces or underutilized. Main Function:

Social and educational

1

VUOTO INTRA URBANO Hydroponic Greenhouse.

Secondary Function: . Objectives: To improve awareness of the ecological practices of self-feeding; nutrition education; containment of land consumption and upgrading of urban areas that

From the sociological point of view, the term interstitium has a precise meaning "The term was used by Karl Marx to describe the communities of exchange that are beyond the framework of the capitalist economy, as excluded from the law of profit: barter, sell at a loss, production self-sufficient ... the interstitium is an area of human relations even while being more or less harmoniously and openly into the overall system, suggests other possibilities of exchange compared to those in force in the system itself. " N. Bourriaud, Relational Aesthetics, p. 15th

ORATORIO

OLA RE SCU MENTA ELE

scuola materna

s.maria delle grazie al naviglio

ripa

inese

rta tic

di po

Parks and gardens Urban green Agricoltural parks Voids considered by public policies (PGT) Voids NOT considered by public policies

1

Reverse volume-vacuum

2

cutting plane inclinate

3

5

4

passage on the ground floor

inclination walls

inner courtyard

+

+

+

6

facades set back from the road edge


1

2

3

4

5

11

6 14.8171

7

8

9

10

0.4003

39.3058 1.6997

9.6144 13.2332

11

4.5719

10.0048

12

12 32

9.06

0.4025

3.9957

13

14.8259

13

1.6966

10.6302 4.6229

12.6993

44.4555

1

2

3

4

5 6

7

10

9

8

Ground floor plan_ section Frame AB

1

2

3

4

1 m

5

11

6 14.8171

a - a’

7

8

9

10

0.4003

39.3058 1.6997

9.6144

1.4745

2.1192

1.4933

1.4448

14

6.2941

2.7465

15

4.5719

3.5978

1.4933

2.2724

0.7429

15

12

7.6501

32

1.7393

0.4025

5.8906

3.9874

13

3.3749

1.7587

77

9.12

2.0327

1.4566

9.06

5.1098

Frame CD

1.3934

1.2071

10.0048

12

4.5265

4.9003

13.2332

7.1858

9.4939

14.8259

16

1.6966

10.6302 4.6229

12.6993

44.4555

1

2

3

4

5 6

7

8

10

9

Third floor plan_ section

1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

d - d’

10 16.20 14.70

12.70

10.40

7.80

5.80

2.80 1.50 m 0.00 m

0.00 m

Longitudinal section A-A’

5 10

9

8

7

4

3

2

1

6 16.20 14.70

12.70

10.40

7.80

5.80

2.80

0.00 m

Longitudinal section B-B’


ISTANBUL PROJECT greenhouse + open air cinema

Bridging The Gaps in Fatih Sultan Mehmet, Studies for a possible smart city approach in informal urban contexts

RELATION BETWEEN STREET AND THE BUILDING [armutlu morphology]

2

RELATION BETWEEN THE BUILD AND THE NON-BUILD

spontaneus costructions spontaneus interstitial spaces

PUNCTUAL INTERVENTIONS NETWORK IN THE MOST DEGRADED ARES

Facility + Commercial Slums + Ruin + Empty

MANIFESTO _ The project is adaptable to the different morphology of Armutlu. _ The project can be either temporary and fixed. _ The project is considered a support that can be used for the consolidation of the existing and/or replacement of the existing. Than it follows that... The morphology can be characterized into three main classes

y = structure

x = morphology

x1

DENSE URBAN CONGLOMERATE

x10

RAREFIED URBAN CONGLOMERATE

xn

OVERLAYING

y1

EXTENSIONS

y10

GRAFTING

yn

OPEN SPACES

x * y = xy i

i

i

i

xy = different ways to experiencing the OAC *greenhouse between bodies of different typologies and morphology- lead to a new building or to a new part of the city that extends the life of the original and at the same time enhances and trasform its meaning.


THE PROJECT IS A STRATEGY - The project is a membrane that allows private expansion of the houses and give a variables principles of order to the public space. - The membrane make a new space by creating a new interior and a new exterior. - The membrane has a fixed modular structure that will evolve over time according to the requirements: - Increasing the width of the private space THE MEMBRANE closes the private space on the other hand the public spaces acquire different function; - Increasing the public space, private space decreases, creating new urban situations. - The project could be the seed of an infrastructure

First phase_ famework + cinema

Second phase

..... configuration xiyi

Consolidation

overlaying

Consolidation + replacement

Greenhouse

Consolidation + OACinema+Greenhouse

Consolidation + Greenhouse Greenhouse +OACinema

extension

replacement + Greenhouse

Greenhouse+Cinema

Consolidation + replacement +OACinema

Greenhouse

Consolidation + replacement +OACinema

grafting

Greenhouse+OAC

Greenhouse+OAC

Houses

+

Residual space

interstizial space

+


ENERGY PARK “Polo Tecnologico della Brianza� The building is part of an high tech complex that aims to attract different kinds of buisness tenants. From workshop activities to offices activities. The structure consists of two rectangular buildings, separated by a shared place. This is used as a garden and secondary activities(bar, bookshop, receptions and toilet). The building is designed to be as flexible as possible ad to accomodate different users. All planes are designed considering this politic;the latter enjoys a diffused lights through the shed roof. In therms of energy, reduced transmission of the wall limits the dispersion, and the thermal system provides free unlimited energy to the building. Finally, the shed roof provides a perfect surface for installation of photovoltaic panels.The large size allows placement for consumption and energy selling.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS

1. minimizer heat loss at the outer skin through: a. a compact building shape and formation of the atrium as a thermal buffer zone b. heat insulation with a low U value

1.

2. minimized ventilation heat losses thorugh: a. high building air thightness b. waste heat recovery c. pre-heating of winter supply air through the geothermal heat exchange system

a.

3. optimized heat protection in summer through: a. pre-cooling of fresh air via earth canals b. adjustable louvres in transparent acrylic for directing sunlight in the buffer zone c. effective roof shading in the glazed roof surfaces

a. a.

4. maximized passive solar energy use through: a. anadiolic system on the windows of the office spaces (deep penetration, redirection and diffusion of sushine into the rooms) b. photovoltaic system 5. climate control through the use of the atrium: a. offices opening to the atrium: natural lightening and natural ventilation through the window openings and exaust air fed via over current b.offices on the exterior: exaust air fed via overcurrent elements into the atrium by means of natural convection c. prismatic skylight d. wooden walls and use of clear materials for furnitures and floors to avoid the excess of dazzling

2. b.

b.

b.

control

d.

c.

c.

5.

3. a.

a.

b.

6. addictional ecological measures: a. use of recycling materials and ecological, biodegradable re-usable building materials b. use of plants to improve the healty of the air

b.

4.

b.

6.

a.

c.

Workspaces =

=

213 mq 14

213 mq 14

: 16 =

=

=

145 mq 12

145 mq 12

366 mq 28

: 8 =

: 4

: 2

=

=

355 mq 26

784 mq 54

1774 mq 108

N

ground floor _ offices

3


BUFFER ZONE

reception bookshop

=

bar

+

=

stairs + elevators

wc

bookshop

a. a’

reception walks_access

+

+

=

bamboo planting

=

benches

b.b’

work spaces

buffering zone

compact building

d.d’

a’

b’

d’

e

e’

N

5m a

b

d

14.80

0.00 5m

e.e’


4

ITALY-PAVIA The project area is located in Pavia, and is between the Ticino and the Naviglio. The project includes a club tied to the functions of the meeting and leisure. The area in the Ticino Park is situated where the canal enters the river: it is the termination of a territorial system large to be intended for connection of green spaces through a system of lneare cycling, walking etc. .. .. The functions provided are to be coordinated within a conceptual framework in which the first goal is related to the topic of sunshine and ventilation. The area is located in an area characterized in the summer months, from a high level of humidity, high temperatures and low ventilation (typical features of lower Lombardy). The artifact will be the product of a decision that involves all the subsequent choices: each side will not have to suffer the solar radiation during the time that elapses from 8 am to 16 pm each day between the two equinoxes. 15

15

N 0°

10° 20°

ore 8 speculare ore 16

30° 40°

12

CARTA DEL SOLE LATITUDINE 45 A 21 giugno

12

50°

19

5

60°

18 17 W

90°

6

70°

7

80°

16

8 15

14

13

38°

11

12

10

60

°

60

90°

10

11

9

8

B 21 dicembre

°

°

30

30

°

ore 9 speculare ore15

E

9

S

30 m

48°

4m

ore 10 speculare ore 14

58°

10 m

ore 11 speculare ore 13

16 65°

8

a

9

15 10

14 13

11

12

phase 1'

ore 12

69°

8

16

c'

9

15

10 14

13

11

12

phase 2'

8 9

16

8 am

15

14

10

13

11 12

phase 3'

b

c

b' 8 9 14

ore 9

15

10

13

11

phase 4'

12

8 15

ore 10

14

9 10 13 11

phase 5'

12

8 9

ore 12

ore 11

15

10 14

13

11 12

phase 6'

spazi serventi di schermatura nucleo interno elementi di seduta esterna

N N

a'

Site plan


sezione b-b'

sezione c-c'

sezione a-a'

prospetto est

prospetto ovest


The HUB

The HUB is about the power of innovation through collaboration.HUB believe there is no shortage of good ideas to solve the issues of our time. But there is an acute lack of collaboration and support structures to help make them happen. The HUB was founded to address this need. We set out to create spaces that combine the best of a trusted community, innovation lab, business incubator and the comforts of home. Spaces with all the tools and trimmings needed to grow and develop innovative ventures for the world. But above all, spaces for meaningful encounters, exchange and inspiration, full of diverse people doing amazing things. KM 0

5

Fruit and vegetable Market

they are places to :

work

+

vegetables

learn

+

fruit trees

public green

childrens’ playground

green coltures sidewalk playground parkings stairs

section BB’ 1:500

meet

+

A

B

C

innovate +0.00

+0.00

+ relax

+ +0.00

communicate

=

-2.0

-2.5

+0.00

! NEW WAYS OF THINKING AND DOING

-3.0

-1.0

-3.5

-4.0

A’

B’

C’

Masterplan

section CC’


Built in 1600 by the will of the Castelli family for became the summer residence.The current building is approximately one third of the original project. Reasons for non-completion are unknown. In recent times have been built behind the building of lots of huts that further spoil thearchitecture in the late Baroque style. The initial design of the building was very grand and had it been completed would have probably been the most remarkable example of how the area changed and the neighboring Castelli family aspired to flaunt their wealth with their wealth and power. A

B

C

D

5300 1583

318

316

3

3

382

257

6

6

400

1588

403

1920

223

717

396

209

1380

5

962

1605

2416

4

E

741

721

420

949

2 1047

663

1699

306

707

3634

3622

E’

659

711

5

523

4

654

1

1583

946

3 4 5 6

3 341

309

1015

entrance / ingresso rest area / area relax toilette / Bagni meeting room / sala riunione exibition space / spazio espositivo depot / magazzino

1218

1206

1 2

3 344

1963

366

797

568

1409

5103

A’

B’

C’

D’

Ground floor, plan

110

375

354

+ 2040

270

270

433

+ 1404

311 247

287 234

+ 1094

594

675

+ 763

+ 92

372

372

± 0.00

- 310

+ 0.0 m - 0.5 m - 1.0 m - 1.5 m - 2.0 m - 2.5 m - 3.0 m - 3.5 m - 4.0 m


www.klhuk.com

6

cross-laminated timber panels

KLH UK was established in 2005 as a specialized manufacturer of structural panels in Cross-laminated timber. The company not only offers consulting services, design, supply, but also assembly of wooden components.

EXAMPLES OF CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

KLH WALL PANEL Horizontal timber shiplap boarding to timber perf.spec. Ventilation gap Breather membrane Render insulation

DPC insect mesh

plasterboard insulation KLH WALL PANEL KLH FLOOR - RC STRIP FOUNDATION KLH WALL PANEL insulation breather membrane ventilation gap boarding

rigid insulation steel angle bracket with coach screws and self tapping concrete anchor

battens

FFL

render system metal stop bead

floor build up DPM rigid insulation

expainded metal rigid insulation

KLH FLOOR PANEL

FFL

insulation shims DPC DPM ~ 300 mm ventilation gap

ground

rc strip foundation

ground/soil KLH FLOOR - RC STRIP FOUNDATION


www.klhuk.com

cross-laminated timber panels

The company, in most cases, receives commissions of external projects. My task in this case concerned the interpretation of coordination drawings, preparation of drawings, contact with the factory in Austria, and the creation of construction drawings in supervision with the crew on-site installation. The interpretation of the drawings is to choose according to the structure of the building panels capable of performing the functions carriers, obviously this kind of choice, is made to coincide withn the structural engineer that the project is entrusted to us. The redesign of the structure, with panels KLH, is to divide the vertical walls, the floors and internal partitions in standard modules with relative type and finish as the panel, dimensioning and numbering. The drawings are then sent to the factory making in Austria was responsible for preparing and transporting the wood components on site.

SB03 (S-04)

4670

1020.1

1360 TW02/G69

TW02/G70

4602

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

SB03 (S-04) TW02/G68

C/400 AFFL

TW02/G79

B

TW06/P97 B

TW06/P98

B

C

TW02/G69

TW06/P99

C

W1300 H2590

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

B

TOP SIDE VISUAL

B

TW02/G71

SC02 (C-05) B

B

800

TW02/G70

TW02/G72

TW02/G71

B

B

TW06/P104

TW06/P105

TC02 (CG14)

+14.880 m 200 RC Slab

SB03 (S-03)

W1300 H2590

TW02/G73

B

C/1100 AFFL

TW02/G72

TC02 100 (CG14)

TW02/G73

B

TW02/G74 B

40 step

150

800

40 step

40 step

TW02/G72 parapet +23.937

SB06 (S-02) TW02/G75

TW02/G73

C

isi

100

TW02/G75

TW02/F81

TW02/F80

06 TW02/S83

B/400 AFFL

W1050 H2222

A/1100 AFFL

334 1847 1347

TW01/P82 +120 mm above slab

TW02/P85 +1347 mm above slab

TW02/S84 B/400 AFFL

isi

06

TC

06

TC

06 TC

06 TC

06 TC

06 TC

06 TC

06

TC

18

TC

18 TC

18

TC

EL. HL 200 x 100

isi

484

06 + 914 mm

TW02/S83 TW01/P86 + 334 mm

isi

06 TC

06 TC

06

TC

06

TC

06

TC

06

06

TC

TC

06

TC

5a

TC21 (GC13) TW02/F75 600 mm deep under slab

HL 1350 x 500

1966

TW06/P87 +705 mm TW06/P88 +705 mm

SB05

TB05 (GB21)

isi

TC

06

TC

06

TC

06

06

TC

TC

06 TC

18 TC

18

TC

18 TC

TW06/P100

FFL +15.030 m

TW02/G74

C/450 AFFL

484

8

117

C

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

A/400 AFFL

9

58.5

TW02/G75

B

B/400 AFFL

10

3713

+3.619 m CEILING LEVEL

TB05 KLH 117 5s (GB21) DL(TL), Nsi

TOP SIDE VISUAL TOP SIDE VISUAL

450

W1800 H2590

800

TW06/P103

TW06/P102

3

130

C/1100 AFFL

isi

TW06/P101

TW01/P82

SB06 (S-02) 1400.1

TC21 (GC13)

TW02/G70 C/400 AFFL

3713

143

1204.1

TW02/G74

B

isi W06/P96

117

SB03 (S-03)

283 TOP SIDE VISUAL +19.582 m 260 Timber Slab

TOP SIDE VISUAL

FFL +15.030 m

isi

B

+19.582 m 260 Timber Slab

C/400 AFFL

TW02/G69

TC02 (CG15)

isi

800

TW02/G78

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

+14.840 m 200 RC Slab

TC02 (CG15)

B

W1800 H2590

TOP SIDE VISUAL TOP SIDE VISUAL

TOP SIDE VISUAL

C/400 AFFL

TW02/G67

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

921

1019.9 B

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

79

TW02/G71

B

TW02/G68

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

TOP SIDE VISUAL

TOP SIDE VISUAL

B

TW02/G73

94.7

TW02/F81a

+20.510 m 117 Timber Slab

FFL +20.631 m

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

50

TOP SIDE VISUAL A/400 AFFL

TW02/G72

211

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi 1124.1

705 785

TW06/P105

690 125

TW06/P104

TB08+21.325 m exposed 125 Timber Slab (GB11)

KLH 146 5s 4637 +19.582 m DL(TL), Isi 95 140 Timber Slab P SIDE VISUAL TOP SIDE VISUAL TW02/G67

2642

TW06/P103

TB29 (GB44) 358 1200

HL 1350 x 500

4442

TW06/P102

TW02/G79 TB08 exposed (GB12)

TOP SIDE VISUAL +23.412 m 117 Timber Slab

TW02/F81b

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

4702

TW06/P101

KLH 90 3s DQ(TT), Nsi

B/400 AFFL

+23.412 m FFL +23.534 m 117 Timber Slab

TW02/F80

58.5

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

1669.1

2540

620

620

TW06/P98

TOP SIDE VISUAL TW02/S85 A/1100 A/1100 AFFL AFFL

2612

KLH 90 3s DQ(TT), Nsi

W1050 H2222

525

117 705 1992

1879

+21.945 m KLH 90 3s 57 Timber Parapet DQ(TT), Nsi

KLH 90 3s DQ(TT), Nsi

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

d

KLH 146 5s EL. HL DL(TL), Isi 200 x 100

TOP SIDE VISUAL

+24.054 m 117 Timber Slab

TW01/P86 TB06 (GB60) 357.9 1200

120

TW04 TC06

TC06

TW04 TC06

TC06

TC06

TC06

3122

exposed

B/400 AFFL

TW06/P97

KLH 117 5s DL(TL), Nsi TW02/S84

KLH 146 5s DL(TL), Isi

TW06/P88

TW06/P87

208

TC18

TC18

1259

TW06/P99 95

KLH 90 3s KLH 90 3s KLH 90 3s H 90 3s TT), Nsi DQ(TT), Nsi DQ(TT), Nsi DL(TL), Nsi

TW02/G78

+26.696 m 90 Timber Slab

2397.8

95

W06/P96

+26.354 m 120 Timber Slab

87.9 +27.030 m 117 Timber Parapet

3657

+27.030 m 146 Timber Parapet

+24.759 m KLH 90 3s 90 Timber Parapet DL(TL), Nsi

TC18

3122 TC18

TC18

+27.610 m 117 Timber Parapet

TW02/S83

TW06/P100 KLH 90 3s DL(TL), Nsi

TC18

1132

600

1325.8

3842

1325.8

1568

3842

1325.8

TW04

TW04

940.1

2457.8

SC05

914

1151.6

1325.8

TC06

1152.7

1325.8

TC06

52.7

2651.6

252

1326

22

TW01/P106

2651.6

1

2

2822

1326

95

4

2785

125

KLH 117 5s DL(TL), Nsi

5a

8

1004

9

2851

10

4

2 SCALE BAR:20mm @ 1:200 40mm @ 1:100 80mm @ 1:50

0m

1m 0.5m

1 2m

3m

4m


www.klhuk.com

cross-laminated timber panels

EXAMPLES OF CONSTRUCTION DETAILS The catalog also concerned: possible solutions coupling between the different panels (exterior wall / ceiling, wall int. / attic wall / roof, etc.) cataloging of coupling systems (screws); the coupling between the panels and the components that complete the building (insulation, vapor barrier etc. ..) with its calculation of thermal and acoustic; and some typical cross-sections at the points of attachment between the windowed systems, between the base of reinforced concrete and in situations where the angle formed by the panels is different from 90 째.

By others

insect mesh cladding

27.180

horizontal battens 30/50

220/80

vertical battens 30/50 breather membrane insulations

By others

315

KLH WALL PANEL_117

120

100

stud cavity rigid insulations

30

90

220/80

26.606 KLH ROOF PANEL_90

insect mesh 26.480

36

1518

head reveal board louvre

115

expandable sealant tape

100

airtightness tape wooden cover strip

117

wooden board airtightness tape KLH WALL PANEL_117 insulations

25

21 30 30

100

100

100

120

80/220

breather membrane horizontal battens 50x30 vertical battens 50x30 cladding wooden board



XxX