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_ PORTFOLIO

ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

JONAS STAPPERS 2019


_TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABOUT ME_ JONAS STAPPERS

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DESIGN_ 1

BK6ON6

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BK5MINOR

HOUSE OF THE FUTURE 18

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BK4ON4

RESIDENTIAL HOUSING 26

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BK6ON5

LANDSCAPE MASTERPLAN 36

SPORTSCAMPUS

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FORM_ 5

BK5MINOR

CHAIR DESIGN 44

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BK2OV2

FORMSTUDIES 48 ANALYIS_

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BK5MINOR

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BK4GR4

PYSICAL MODEL 54 COPENHAGEN - NORREPORT 62


ABOUT ME_ CONTACT_ adress zip-code city email phone date of birth

Waalstraat 5 1078 BN Amsterdam jonasstappers@icloud.com +31642365949 13/11/1996

EDUCATION 2009-2016 2016-2019

VWO - Spinoza Lyceum | Amsterdam Bachelor of Architecture | TU Delft | Cum Laude

EXPERIENCE_ 201720182017-2018

drawing/design support AMstudio design/development amstudio.nl Stylos excursion committee

SOFTWARE_ Rhinoceros + gh Photoshop Illustator Indesign Revit AutoCad Sketchup Archicad Vray QGIS HOBBIES_ espresso (coffee) making cooking playing tennis

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jonas stappers

jonas stappers_22 years old

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_ DESIGN Sportscampus | school ROTTERDAM | PUBLIC BUILDING

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01 design project_public building PUBLIC BUILDING course_design project 6 tutor_Wouter Fokkinga year_3th year | spring 2019 about_ During this final bachelor design project, we were asked to design a sports campus in an old harbor area in Rotterdam. Because of the diverse program (education/sports), I came up with a vision to distribute this diverse program throughout the building; Stacking the large volumes (sports

courts) on top off each other with the remaining and multipurpose program in between. With these conditions, I tried to create a ’microcity’ in the building, with ’streets’ and ’squares’ open for different purposes. Visually connecting all these areas by creating voids and a vertical transportation zone in the north facade. Most important in this design project was the integral design of architecture, structure and climate design. Therefore I tried to construct the whole building with laminated timber. And thereby creating a old school sports vibe in the interior.

siteplan_

BOUWVOLUME: Aansluiting met het Maaskantgebouw Overnemen haventypologie (lengterichting)

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TOEGANG (PLINT): Relatie met het maaiveld door terugleggen plint.

HORIZONTALITEIT: Vloeren benadrukken de horizontaliteit die terug te zien is in het Maaskantgebouw

STAPELEN VOLUMES: Grote programma onderdelen stapelen aan de zuidzijde. Uitzicht over het water. Sport door het hele gebouw heen. Accentueren van de programmaonderdelen door buiten de gevel te laten treden.

OVERIG PR

Kleinere progra teruglegge Zonbelasting (Groene) buitenrui lucht Programma vers


N VOLUMES: onderdelen stapelen zuidzijde. er het water. hele gebouw heen. eren van de delen door buiten de aten treden.

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site analysis_first sketch

OVERIG PROGRAMMA:

Kleinere programma onderdelen terugleggen in de gevel. Zonbelasting verminderen. (Groene) buitenruimte creereren “open lucht school”. Programma verspreid over gebouw.

VERBINDENDE STRAAT:

Dynamische zone noordzijde, relatie met Westzeedijk. Verbindende multifunctionele ruimte. Verticale ontsluiting.

MICROSTAD:

Multifunctionele open ruimte tussen de programma onderdelen. Werkplekken/mediatheek. “Pleintjes” aansluitend op de straat. Vides zorgen voor verticale zichtlijnen.

BUITENRUIMTE:

Groene buitenruimte in terugliggende gevel, open te zetten achterliggende ruimtes (lokalen). Dak van het Maaskantgebouw toegankelijk maken (buitensport/ dakterras) via het nieuwe gebouw.

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floorplan_ground floor

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floorplan_+3

floorplan_+4

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construction_timber colomns/beams

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TERUGLIGGENDE GEVEL zonbelasting verminderen veel glas mogelijk zonder oververhitting

ZONNEPANELEN Dak volledig bedekt met zonnepanelen 1500m2. Voor duurzame energieopwekking.

TECHNISCHE RUIMTE Grote installaties (ventilatie) boven gebouw, centraal geregeld, warmteterugwinning

DAGLICHT Glazen gevel aan de noordzijde brengt daglicht diep het gebouw in.

3DUBBELE BEGLAZING KLEEDKAMER VENT:TYPE C BOVENRAMEN Zorgen voor egaal daglicht in grote ruimtes (sportzalen, collegezaal)

WTW INSTALATIERUIMTE

KLEEDKAMER VENT:TYPE C VLOERVERWARMING overige ruimtes lage temperatuur verwarming

HORIZONTALE ZONWERING Voorkomt direct zonlicht in sportzalen behouden van ver uitzicht benadrukking horzontaliteit aluminium profielen

GROEN IN DE GEVEL Door terugliggende gevel onststaat er een groene buitenruimte, buitenruimte klaslokalen leerprestaties verbeteren

TE OPENEN GEVEL Zomers bovenste deel van de gevel te openen natuurlijke ventilatie, gebouw door laten tochten.

COLLEGEZAAL VENT:TYPE D

KLASLOKAAL

VENT:TYPE C

VENT:TYPE C OPEN TE ZETTEN GEVEL “openlucht school” Natuurlijke winddruk door zuidwesten wind gebouw natuurlijk doorluchten. Gevels sportzalen ook te openen, voor extra ventilatie

STRALINGSPANELEN Koeling en verwarming van de grote ruimtes verbinding met warmtepomp

VENTIATIEKANALEN Kanalen van geklimateseerde ruimtes naar verticale onsluitingzone in de noordgevel. Kanalen dragen bij aan het dynamische uitstraling van deze zone.

AKOESTIEK Sonans akoestische isolatieplaat in de vloerconstructie (houtskeletbouw) Sportzalen: geperforeerde en verende voorzetwand

SPORTZAAL VENT:TYPE D

WTW

WARMTEPOMP+BODENWARMTEWISSELAAR Technische ruimte laag in het gebouw (ondergrond) voor de verwarming van het gebouw verbinding met bodemwarmtewisselaar en de Maas als extra bron

MAASKANTGEBOUW Maaskantgebouw eigen technische ruimte op het dak Programma in het Maaskantgebouw (keuken, restaurant, kantoren) voorzien van ventilatie type D

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stralingspaneel

ventilatiekanaal

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GEVELFRAGMENT 1:33

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dakconstructie: zonnepanelen drukvast isolatiemateriaal | 50mm houten kanaalplaat kerto-ripa | 350mm minerale wol | 200mm stralingspaneel geperforeerde onderplaat (sonans) | 20mm

ventilatierooster ventilatiekanaal

translucent glas

+29.5 dakconstructie: zonnepanelen drukvast isolatiemateriaal | 50mm houten kanaalplaat kerto-ripa | 350mm minerale wol | 200mm geperforeerde onderplaat (sonans) | 20mm

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gepolijst aluminium borstwering ventilatierooster

dichte gevel (rc 11): horizontale aluminium latten | 50x150x1250 hoh 150 verticale stijlen | 80x80mm witte waterkerende folie multiplex | 20mm houten stijlen | 200x80 hoh 1250 minerale wol | 400 dampwerendefolie multiplex | 20mm verende bevestiging akoestisch isolatiemateriaal | 40mm geperforeerd multiplex | 20mm

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translucent glas

gepolijst aluminium borstwering

sportzaal

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dichte gevel (rc 11): horizontale aluminium latten | 50x150x1250 hoh 150 verticale stijlen | 80x80mm witte waterkerende folie multiplex | 20mm houten stijlen | 200x80 hoh 1250 minerale wol | 400 dampwerendefolie multiplex | 20mm verende bevestiging akoestisch isolatiemateriaal | 40mm geperforeerd multiplex | 20mm

vloer: sportvloer | 11mm anhydrietvloer | 50mm stalen veerprofielen | 40mm minerale wol | 50mm houtenbalken | 50mm houten kanaalplaat | 350mm akoestisch isolatiemateriaal (sonans) | 20mm

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sportzaal

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vloer: sportvloer | 11mm anhydrietvloer | 50mm stalen veerprofielen | 40mm minerale wol | 50mm houtenbalken | 50mm houten kanaalplaat | 350mm akoestisch isolatiemateriaal (sonans) | 20mm

ventilatierooster

stabiliteitstang

klaslokaal

transparant glas

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buitenruimte klaslokaal

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3dubbel glas 2400

hekwerk 1200mm 2050 visnetpatroon invulling

ventilatierooster

gevelplanten kunnen in hekwerk groeien buitenvloer: betontegels | 25mm stabiliteitstang houten latten | 70x75mm afschot pluvia hwa houten kanaalplaat kerto-ripa | 350mm multiplexafwerking | 20mm

borstwering: gepolijst aluminium |5mm harde isolatie | 50mm gepolijst aluminium |5mm 3dubbel glas

transparant glas

buitenruimte klaslokaal

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vloer: cementdekvloer | 50mm vloerverwarming verende laag houten kanaalplaat kerto-ripa | 350mm akoestisch isolatiemateriaal

hekwerk 1200mm visnetpatroon invulling

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klaslokaal

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gevelplanten kunnen in hekwerk groeien buitenvloer: betontegels | 25mm houten latten | 70x75mm afschot pluvia hwa buitenruimte houten kanaalplaat kerto-ripa klaslokaal | 350mm multiplexafwerking | 20mm

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borstwering: gepolijst aluminium |5mm harde isolatie | 50mm gepolijst aluminium |5mm

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vloer: cementdekvloer | 50mm vloerverwarming verende laag houten kanaalplaat kerto-ripa | 350mm akoestisch isolatiemateriaal

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klaslokaal

buitenruimte klaslokaal

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klaslokaal

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klaslokaal

collegezaal

klaslokaal

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dichte gevel: horizontale aluminium latten | 50x150x1250 hoh 150 verticale stijlen | 80x80mm witte waterkerende folie multiplex | 20mm houten stijlen | 200x80 hoh 1250 minerale wol | 400 dampwerendefolie multiplex | 20mm verende bevestiging akoestisch isolatiemateriaal | 40mm geperforeerd multiplex | 20mm

buitenruimte

multiplex (afwerking) gipsplaat akoestisch isolatiemateriaal stalen veerverbinding (voorkomen contactgeluid) 20 20

AP+TRIBUNE

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akoestisch isolatiemateriaal geperforeerd multiplex (Sonans)

driedubbelglas aluminium schuifpui

DETAIL A HORIZONTAAL 1:10

DETAIL B SPORTVLOER 1:10

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stalen verende vloer 40mm

houten balkengrid 80x80mm zonnepanelen bitumen dakbedekking

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geperforeerd multiplex (Sonans)

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akoestische isolatie 80mm

anhydrietvloer 50mm

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akoestisch isolatiemateriaal

daktrim

sportvloer 11mm

gipsplaat

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multiplex (afwerking)

akoestisch isolatiemateriaal

stalen veerverbinding (voorkomen contactgeluid)

driedubbelglas

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pluvia h.w.a. systeem aluminium schuifpui

stalen bevestiging 80x80mm

drukvast isolatiemateriaal 50mm


BK6ON6 daktrim

zonnepanelen bitumen dakbedekking

pluvia h.w.a. systeem

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gelamineerde houten ligger 600 x 450mm stalen bevestiging verticale stijlen -> balk verticale stijlen 80x80mm hoh 1250mm horizontale zonweren aluminium u-profiel 150x50mm hoh 150mm

isolatiemateriaal balk inpakken stelkozijn

te openen aluminium kozijn

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sportvloer 11mm akoestische isolatie 80mm

anhydrietvloer 50mm

houten balkengrid 80x80mm

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stalen verende vloer 40mm

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akoestisch isolatiemateriaal

stalen bevestiging balk->kolom

geperforeerde houten plaat 20 mm (Sonans)

multiplex afwerkplaat 20mm gelamineerde houten ligger 600x450mm houten stelkozijn 3-delige aluminium schuifpui 220 mm 3-dubbel glas

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_ DESIGN House of the Future COLLECTIVE LIVING | SHARING

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02 design project_house of the future | collective canyon course_House of the Future | Design year_3th year (minor) | autumn 2018 colleboration_Hannah Kleijne (industrial design) tutor_Rene Heijne about_ This project was part of the minor House of the future, where we were asked to design a custom future scenario (2050) and a corresponding house of the future. Within a world where living space and resources are becoming a lot more scarce, we designed a house where people could live and share stuff with each other. By using height and 3d-configuration we tried to design a house that exists of only one continues room but with a lot of different living atmospheres. We designed a structural typology which operates as construction, storage system and transportationsystem. This typology is modular and serves as carrier of the architectural cladding but also as storage system. This way the building functions also as transportation node in the urban setting, by connecting the existing neighbourhood to a new transportation system. To present the design we designed a presentation board where one central section-drawing explains the house and scenario, and therefore tells the whole story supported by other drawings and models.

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HOUSE OF

02 design project_house of the future | collective canyon CONSCIOUS WOMAN: Since we’re confronted with the effects of climate change on a daily basis, a goal for many people is to live life as sustainable as possible. Living in this house is a way to do that without having to compromise in facilities.

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INITIATING KID: “Follow me… I’ve found a new route to the big platform!”

Hannah

We’re in the middle of a transition to sustainable energy. This transition sets a trend of change from control by a few centralized systems to control by a distributed networks. With a group of 20 people it becomes

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easier reach independence of large systems. We can provide õĔğĔĭğĔĹďëďëğöĿ×ďéõĭĊ̏Ċ×ď important role as connector of networks for the neighbourhood Raw materials are becoming scarcer every day. To save resources and bring CO2 down, reuse of materials and sharing systems for products has become a necessity. This house has been designed to make the sharing of space and products as natural as possible.

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CURIOUS GUY: “Hmm let’s see if I can sleep here tonight. My friend Anne is coming over today so it would be great if there is a double unit available.”

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PLAYFUL GIRL: “Inside isn’t that different from outside anymore. It feels like we’re always playing outside!”

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food production

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shared shower

“COOKING” GIRL: “My selection will appear within a few seconds at the deliverypoint. The food is transported from the climatized foodstorage located deeper within the mountain. Here the food is monitored so we can minimalise foodwaste. The foodstock gets automatically supplemented by the deliveryservice of AH so we never run out of the basics on our shoppinglist.”

SMART REORGANISATION OF ROBOTIC LAYER: The location and routing of storage boxes is regulated by smart software. The boxes can reorganise themselves to ĩûë ĎĔģĩ ĔĝĩýĎ×Ċ ×ďé ëõ̏ãýëďĩ ãĔď̏öĭğ×ĩýĔďDz

SHADED MAN: “Standing here I feel save and shielded but not completely disconnected. The strong orientated but open shape and translucent material ǙĝĔĊĿã×ğâĔď×ĩëǚ̏Ċĩëğģ×öğë×ĩ part of the open living space without completely closing it off.”

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RUNNING LADY: “There is a big contrast between the sculptural inner space and clean cut of the outer walls. This accentuates the difference between the inner space that is focussed on human interaction and the outer wall that only facilitates robotic interaction. “

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“Behind the facade of polycarbonate you can see the moving elements of the robotic system. This mechanical look of polycarbonate on steel frames is in strong contrast with the warm and calm look of the plywood cladding of the interior.” kitchen area

delivery area

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OLD LADY: “I love the functionality of the architecture. The building is constructed with use of a 400x400x400mm grid, based on human proportions. This allows ëĊëĎëďĩģ ×ģ ̐ĔĔğģ ×ďé Ĺ×ĊĊģ to become functional as seats, tables or beds.”


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DINNER PREPARATIONS: Together with a few ğĔĔĎĎ×ĩëģ4ĔâöĔëģ ĔĸëğĩûëğëãýĝëĊýģĩDz They order the last ingredients and a dinnerbox for Piet who needs to eat ë×ğĊĿĩĔé×ĿDz*õĩûë (éëĊýĸëğĿģëğĸýãë ýģďǥĩéëĊ×ĿëéĩûëĿ can start cooking in DŽLjĎýďDz

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VERTICAL GARDEN: WĔãĔĎĝĊëĎëďĩ the ingredients of the dinner later ĩû×ĩëĸëďýďödz4Ĕâ û×ğĸëģĩģģĔĎëûëğâģ ×ďé×õëĹĩĔĎ×ĩĔëģ õĔğĩûëģ×Ċ×éDzWûë ûëğâģ×ğëéĔýďö̏ďë âĭĩĩûëĎĔďýĩĔğýďö ģĿģĩëĎĩëĊĊģûýĎĩûë ĩĔĎ×ĩĔëģã×ďĭģë× ĊýĩĩĊëëľĩğ×Ĺ×ĩëğDz

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DŽǴLjǃ

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03 design project_housing HOUSING course_design project 4 tutor_Ton Span | Klaas Waarheid year_2th year | spring 2019 about_ The main theme of this design project was the redevelopment of a residential area (Tuinstad) the west of Amsterdam. The main goal of the assignment to come up with a plan to create a mix of different housing typologies by renovating existing buildings and designing new houses. During this 10 week course, the scale went from an urban plan to the detailed (technical) elaboration of a single housingtypolgy. This resulted for me in three different family houses with an area of around 140m2, but with a different amount of stories. Creating open connection between these different stories and between inside and outside were one of the main key points of the design. Resulting in voids creating sight-lines. Solid timber was used as the main construction type, resulting in a uniform interior appearance.

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development 1.diagrams_form Stedenbouwkundige massa toevoegen Grote openbare ruimte opbreken / stedelijke maat toevoegen

2. Gebouwhoogte variëren Relatie met Mecanoo blok Creëren gevarieerd/dynamisch gevelbeeld Verschillende woningtypen creëren

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3. Woningen uitbereiden naar binnentuin Ongeveer gelijk woningoppervlak creëren Dynamiek tussen woningen en binnentuin Verschil in voor en achtergevel

4. Bebouwing + tuin oph Ruimtelijke grens tussen tuin door hoogteverschi Extra ruimte voor parkee


hogen n openbare en privĂŠ il. ergarage.

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5. Verschillende hoogtes woningen Ruimtelijke grens vormen tussen de woningen onderling door hoogteverschil. VariĂŤrend gevelbeeld door hoogteverschil

6. Tuin en dakterras Groen van collectieve binnentuin wordt doorgetrokken op en rond woningen. Veel kwalitatieve buitenruimte voor bewoners.

7. Kleurverschil zijgevels Verschillende woonvolumes benadrukken door verschil tintverschil in stucwerk zijgevel

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woningscheidende wand: zijgevel: kruisgelamineerd hout 150mm kruisgelamineerd hout 150mm geluidsisolatie 50mm dampdichtefolie kruisgelamineerd hout 150mm drukvast isolatiemateriaal 300mm wapeningfolie stucwerk 12mm (verschillende tinten per woningtype)

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horizontale houten (vuren) rachels bevestigingsmateriaal zinken platen ventilerende constructie

ventilerende constructie

drukvast isolatiemateriaal afschot richting westgevel

Horizontaal detail schuifpui 1:5 Verticaal 1:5 detail dak 1:5 Horizontaal detail schuifpui zink dorpel vouwt om gevelbeplating heen

aluminium schuifpui

drukvast isolatiemateriaal afschot richting westgevel

Verticaal detail dak 1:5 zink dorpel vouwt om gevelbeplating heen

aluminium schuifpui

geventileerde constructie rolsysteem zonwering

geventileerde constructie

rolsysteem zonwering

multiplex binnenafwerking zelfde uitstraling als rest van interieur (massief hout) hemelwaterafvoer door tuin naar maaiveld (helofytenfilter)

Verticaal detail tuin 1:5

dakterras +10720

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natuursteen tegels 600x600mm

zijgevel: kruisgelamineerd hout 150mm dampdichtefolie drukvast isolatiemateriaal 300mm wapeningfolie stucwerk 12mm (verschillende tinten per woningtype) buitenzonwering geperforeerde metalen platen

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zink gevelbeplating om elkaar heen gevouwen

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woningscheidende wand: kruisgelamineerd hout 150mm geluidsisolatie 50mm kruisgelamineerd hout 150mm

dakrand +11820

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zink gevelbeplating om elkaar heenstelkozijn gevouwen

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natuursteen tegels 600x600mm stelkozijn

zonwering: geperforeerde metalen platen b.300 vouwend geschakeld (harmonica) naar zuidkant opgevouwen, wanneer opgevouwen ook zonwerend

multiplex binnenafwerking zelfde uitstraling als rest van interieur (massief hout)

hemelwaterafvoer door tuin naar maaiveld (helofytenfilter)

detail gevelbalk 1:5 Verticaal detail gevelbalk 1:5 Verticaal detail tuin Verticaal 1:5

zonwering: geperforeerde metalen platen b.300 vouwend geschakeld (harmonica) naar zuidkant opgevouwen, wanneer opgevouwen ook zonwerend

zuidgevel: zink gevelbeplating b:300mm houten rachels horz. 30x40mm waterkerende/dampopen folie houtskeletbouw 250x80mm h.o.h 600 minerale wol isolatie 250mm (rc: 6.25) dampdichte folie multiplex 12mm

zuidgevel: zink gevelbeplating houten rachels hor waterkerende/dam houtskeletbouw 25 minerale wol isolati dampdichte folie multiplex 12mm

2ste verdieping +7500

gevelafwerking: zink beplating b.300mm verdiepingshoog

verdiepingsvloer: gietvloer 3mm cement dekvloer 50mm vloerverwarmingsleidingen geluidisolatiemateriaal 20mm kruisgelamineerd hout 189mm

gevelafwerking: zink beplating b.300mm verdiepingshoog

1ste verdieping +4500

tuin: gras aarde 200mm retentielaag 50mm drainagelaag 20mm gewapend beton 200mm

tuin: gras aarde 200mm retentielaag 50mm drainagelaag 20mm gewapend beton 200mm

beganegrondvloer: gietvloer 3mm cement dekvloer 50mm vloerverwarmingsleidingen geluidisolatiemateriaal 20mm kruisgelamineerd hout 189mm gewapend beton 200mm drukvast isolatiemateriaal 150mm stucwerk 12mm

verdiepingsvloer: gietvloer 3mm cement dekvloer 50m vloerverwarmingsleid geluidisolatiemateria kruisgelamineerd ho

beganegrondvloer gietvloer 3mm cement dekvloer 5 vloerverwarmingsle geluidisolatiemater kruisgelamineerd h gewapend beton 2 drukvast isolatiema stucwerk 12mm

begane grond +1500

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waterzuiverende planten: helofyten planten water 30mm zandfilter 50-200-40mm

waterzuiverende planten: helofyten planten water 30mm zandfilter 50-200-40mm

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04 design project_landscape masterplan MASTERPLAN course_design project 5 tutor_Frits van Loon year_3th year | winter/spring 2019 about_ During this project, with a team of 8 students developed a new regional masterplan in Tue area of Dordrecht and Zwijndrecht. Each team member had a different role, mine was that of a landscape architecture advisor. A key aspect of this course was negotiating with other team members to come to an integral masterplan. Because of the complex located near the river, I focussed as landscape architect mainly on the problem of an unattractive and potentially dangerous riverfront. We tried to make this waterfront more resilient by softening the dikes and making more room for the river. together with the urban planner, I designed a housing typology that doesn’t fight against the water but a situated on top of the water, leaving room for nature and water. In the end, we were selected to present our plan to the associated municipality.

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05 form_chair design FORMSTUDIES year_3th (minor:house of the future) tutors_Peter Koorstra & Mieke vink about_ During this course we were asked to design a chair or tabel corresponding to the anaylisis project (japanese house) in the other course (modelstudies), focusing on connections, detail, material and concept. This resulted in a 1:3 scale-model of the designed chair. JS01_ The design of this chair is inspired by the Japanese house; Nojiri-Ko. Whereas the whole building folds around the orthogonal wood grid structure, likewise the design of the chair also keeps orthogonality but with a twist. This ideology results in the main oak beam where all other elements placed around it. Like how the columns in the building proceed from inside to nature outside, the oak beam is the only element that goes beyond the width of the other elements and thereby relates to the adjacent freespace. The beam is raised by the chair-legs, keeping contact with the floor minimal, comparable to how the columns raise the building above the terrain and create a subtle connection to surrounding nature. Using the main beam as a guiding and starting element, the other chair components are gradually added around by using clear and demountable connections, which relates to the sequacious building 46

process of the house. By stacking the different elements together and tightening the steel rods as last elements, a stiff and harmonious entirety is established. To achieve a natural and pure feel with seamless details the chair is mainly made of wood corresponding to the house and traditional Japanese architecture. Some steel is used in the detailing, to establish a modern aspect to the traditional Japanese language. To add warmth and pleasantness, a felt cushion is added allowing for comfortable human contact, likewise the interior of the Japanese house creates a soft layer within the rigid and harmonious architecture.


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06 form_formstudies about_ During the first year I followed a course that excisred out of several form finding excersises. This to become more familiar with form/ contraform, materials and colour. These exercises started with a very minimal pallet of materials and became more complex throughout the year. detail and connection_ In this assignment it was the goal to create linear objects, volumes and surfaces. And focus on the connection/relationship between these objects. I kept the materials as simple as possible just cardboard and wood, but tried to create contrast in texture and colour. The linear shapes are one of the same wood-sticks, by laminating and carving out shapes, the sticks are connected together. By stacking squares of black cardboard, I tried to create a 3d object of "2d" planes. Because of the black colour, it becomes a bit mysterious.

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06 form_formstudies fibonnaci panel/barrier_ Based on the golden-ratio (Fibonacci) we needed to create a space dividing barrier. Inspired by Jan Schoonhoven, I tried to play with light and shadow, by giving white cardboard shapes an slight inclination. These result in some interesting shading effects. Based on the golden-ratio the size of the triangles smaller towards the corner, to create an dynamic feel towards the corner. The blackstipes in between create a strong contrast between the different elements. The different inclination-angle on the backside of the panel results in a very differend shading effect on the backside.

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07 analysis_house of the future: nojiri-ko (sugawardaisuke) MODEL STUDIES year_3th (minor:house of the future) tutors_Geert Coumans & Laura Ubachs collaboration_Amanda Chiam, Elke Mulders, Ludo van Muilekom keywords_analysis, physical modelmaking, material-studies, 3d-moddeling about_ Part of the minor house of the future at the TU Delft was a analysis of an already existing "future" house. With a group of four students we chose to analyse a

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japanese house by SUGAWARADAISUKE, Nojiri-Ko nature platforms. Physical model making was the most important element of this analysis, resulting in a 1:33 presentation model. presentation board design_ We created 4 A2 posters to explain the characteristic elements of the design. An important element of the house was the 3d-continuity of space in the entire house. I tried to visualize this by drawing a perspective section.


model studies physical model making_ During this course model making took an essential part, and therefore learning to use different modelling techniques like CNC-milling, lasercutting, 3d-printing, handicraft and digitalmoddeling. Because of the long duration of the course we could do excessive material studies and tests, resulting in a 1:33 fragment and final presentation model.

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course_Architecture foundations 4 tutor_Denise Piccini year_2e year | spring 2018 collaboration_Stijn Drolenga about_ During this course we visited Copenhagen (Denmark), where we were asked to analyse the city and an specific project (Norreport Station | COBE). In preparation to the excursion to Copenhagen we analysed the development of the city by drawing a time-line, where special events where highlighted. To get to know the Norreport station I drew multiple study-drawings, within these drawings I highlighted specific design elements which seemed interesting to me. Because of the very distinct focus on dynamics in the public space of the station design, I divided to study the actual behaviour of the users by following specific people on site. These findings where documented in multiple drawings on site and an videoclip showing the behaviour of differnt people. (https://youtu.be/ HkdgMRL0Bdc)

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