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contents about

1.0.... .... Directors Intro .... The AA .... Participants .... Agenda

travel

2.0.... .... Wadi Rum .... Petra .... Amman

EVENTS

3.0.... .... Lectures and Discussions

work

4.0.... .... Participants Outcomes

exhibit

5.0.... .... Opening Reception

prototyping

6.0.... .... Physical Models

moments

7.0.... .... Photographs

2015

7.0.... .... Upcoming Programme


thank you Our programme is made possible through the sponsorship, support and partnership of various institutions. We are continously seeking partners and sponsors to advance our successes. For opportunties, feel free to contact the Programme Director anytime at jordan@aaschool.ac.uk We would like to extend a special Thank You to Mr. Akram Abu Hamdan for his support and hospitality

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director intro

Thank You for your interest in our AA Visiting School Programme. It is an intensive, thought-provoking workshop for architects, engineers and designers professionals and academics alike. I am excited to bring to this region, distinguished faculty and guests to tutor and lecture on the cuttingedge of design today. I have setup the programme to utilize the distinct natural ecologies which exist across Jordan and the region. We find a vast potential to learn from these ecologies, and reconsider how we design in this region today. Join us, in 2015 and beyond to become part of the paradigm.

Kais Al-Rawi

Programme Director AA Visiting School Jordan


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about


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The Architectural Association is the UK’s oldest and only private school of architecture, and has for decades been recognized as an influential world-wide leader in architectural education. AA School graduates are the recipients of numerous prizes including Pritzker Prizes, RIBA Gold Medal & Stirling Awards, AIA and other design awards. The AA School is the world’s most international school of architecture, with full-time students joining the AA from more than fifty home countries each year. The AA Public Programme each year organizes one of the world’s largest public programmes dedicated to contemporary architectural culture, presented at the AA and other venues and including dozens of visiting architects, artists, exhibitions, symposia and other events open to a public audience as well as 3,000 AA members world-wide.


The AA Visiting School is an extension to and embodiment of the AA School’s ‘unit system’ of teaching and learning architecture. The hallmark of this model is the delivery of distinctive, highly focused design agendas by talented teachers who lead a small, collaborative group of students, architects and other creative people in the development of projects. The AAVS is similarly about learning, exploring, collaborating and experimenting with a diversåe group of international partners – schools, cultural institutions, local teachers and practitioners – in order to reimagine the shape, form and expectations of architectural education. The AAVS courses aim to forward architectural knowledge and practice by direct engagement with the world’s larger, often untested realities of today.


AGENDA

The Jordanian desert ecology is a distinct antiquity, a magnificent heterogeneous landscape that is emergent of fluid erosion processes which have occurred over more than fifty million years. The biodiversity of the desert reveals a vast platform for research into natural artifacts. The ambition of the programme is to re-think existing architectural design methodologies and exploit the potential of cutting-edge design technology which is driven from a design-research perspective towards natural phenomenon. The programme will investigate natural phenomena which include sand dunes, rock strata, rock bridges, canyon, gorge and mountain formations. Two UNESCO world heritage sites will be investigated and inhabited throughout the process: Wadi Rum and Petra; the later named as one of the worlds seven wonders. As part of the agenda, the morphology of the desert and its underlying principles and processes will be investigated within a computational context; working towards the development of algorithmically generated topologies. A number of technologies will be utilized to produce architectural outcomes at a range of scales, from the architectural element, to the architectural space, to the urban architectural context.


team

AA Jordan Faculty from left to right: Marie Boltenstern, Vincenzo Reale, Kais Al-Rawi, Mohamad Makkouk, Filippo Nassetti and Julia Koerner

Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi

Administrative Assistant: Aya Alhunaiti

Visiting School Director: Christopher Pierce

Visiting School Coordinator: Andrea Ghaddar

AA School Director: Brett Steele Programme Faculty: Eroded Symmetries Unit:

Erosive Agency Unit:

Digitally Crafted Columns Unit:

Vincenzo Reale Marie Boltenstern Mohamad Makkouk

Filippo Nassetti

Kais Al-Rawi Julia Koerner


participants UK

JORDAN

CANADA

IRAN

USA

LEBANON

SWEDEN

IRAQ

AUSTRIA

KUWAIT

ITALY

BAHRAIN

EGYPT

QATAR

The participants, faculty and guests who have joined AA Visiting School Jordan in 2014 are coming and working from atleast 14 different countries. Participants come from professional backgrounds such as Nike, Dar Al Handasah and others in addition to students from UCLA, Ryerson University, GJU, AUB, LAU, ASU and others. Our faculties expertise is not limited to architecture but extends to the disciplines of Urban Design, Industrial Design, Fashion Design, Facade and Structural Engineering. Their currenty and previous background in practice and academic appointments includes offices and institutions including: Zaha Hadid Architects, Ross Lovegrove Studio, Synthesis Design+Architecture, Laceco International, Foster + Partners, Bollinger+Grohmann, ARUP, Walter P Moore; in addition to the AA and UCLA.

Our participants in the 2014 programme are: Abdullah Abdulhadi Addy Yousef Ahmad Al-Qassas Ahmad Al-Khaldi Ahmad Ibrahim Khalil Derhalli Ali Abo Tabik Amir Morgan Angelique Firmalino Aseel Alhourani Bashar Nteifeh Bassem Saad Dana Taher Diala Quqa Farah Zarzour Fawzi Bata Hala Al-Haddid Haya Alnibari hesham Elshahaly Isabel Jarque Ismail Hutet

Khaleefa Alhemli Laith Attar Leyla El sayed hussein Lu’ai Farah Mazen Alali Nivin Nabeel Noura Mhied Parastoo Mossannen Mozaffary Ramzi Chahin Reem Hamdan Sarah Alqal’awi Selma Udriot Johansson Shaher AlHmoud Sibylle George Steve Martinez Suha Al-Salamain Ti Fu Wael Nasrallah Yasmin Al-Qasrawi Zahraa Makki


Ross Lovegrove in Wadi Rum

travel


wadi rum


petra


AMMAN . BASE


Keynote Lecture by Ross Lovegrove

events


Giorgia Cesaro - UNESCO - lecture Kharabeesh Creative Spaces, Amman, Jordan - June 15th 2014

Ross Lovegrove - Keynote Lecture ‘Out of This World’ Wadi Rum Desert, Jordan - June 16th 2014


Julia Koerner - UCLA - lecture German Jordanian University, Amman, Jordan - June 22nd 2014

Wael Attili, Chief Creative Officer, Kharabeesh - Discussion Kharabeesh Creative Spaces, Amman, Jordan - June 20th 2014


Ross Lovegrove ‘Out of This World’ - Wadi Rum Desert


Mirage Project - Erosive Agency Unit

work


eroded symmetries unit

AA VISITING SCHOOL JORDAN 14-24th June ERODED MORPHOLOGIES - 10 day workshop in Amman/Wadi Rum Desert JORDAN

“eroded symmetries” Instructors VINCENZO REALE, MARIE BOLTENSTERN & MOHAMAD MAKKOUK The unit will investigate and compare the processes of generation, growth and disruption of patterns and three dimensional structures in ecological environments, together with related processes in biological systems. A connecting structure between desert and city, located at the very border of the existing buildings in the Wadi Rum Desert, covering an area of approximately half a square kilometer will be developed and bring the desert to new life. The desert-transition structure will consist of inhabitable and open spaces that can be used by locals as well as tourists in various ways for functions such as cultural get-together, sleeping shelter or food supply. The aim is to create an Architectural Structure of Enclosed, Semi Enclosed and Open Spaces which is inhabitable and through its Morphology and orientation can address various specific climatic and spatial conditions. By the study of existing patterns among the ruins in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Wadi Rum and Petra participants will be researching what rules guide the generation of geological and natural processes, how they were exploited in the past and how we can codify and harness them in order to design buildings and hybrid building structures. They will study the consequences of decay and failure and learn how design artifacts where functional and aesthetic qualities are not spoilt by time and external conditions but on the contrary enriched and brought to a new life. They will also question how structures are eroded and ruined in time and still inhabit and conserve some functionalities and aesthetic qualities even after centuries, where the initial shape remains just a trace underneath a multitude of additions and subtractions. After a photographic survey of the landscape and of the buildings on site, focusing on the morphology and materiality of the artefacts, students will start a digital exploration of rules of aggregation and distribution of three dimensional patterns together with a research into material properties through physical models. The shape of the developed structure will be driven by factors such as Sun, Shade and Water Supply and will be evaluated and optimised through computational tools like Environmental Analysis and Finite Element Analysis, which will include the use of coding techniques which will be employed to embed the (dimension of temporality in participant’s models) comparison of the original and the eroded state of the generated structure. The digital geometries will be translated into physical models through the use of digital fabrication techniques such as CNC milling and laser cutting. The physical tests on these model will influence in turn the generation of new rules. The final outcome of the workshop will be a series of milled and laser cut section models of these artificially driven eroded patterns and landscapes, as well as illustrative diagrams and renderings showcasing the variations within the design process.

CNC MILLED MODEL Urban Fluctuations

ANCIENT URBAN PATTERN AZRAQ (JORDAN)

CNC MILLED MODEL Sand Dunes

LASERCUT SECTION MODEL Shajay Bhooshan, Daniel Widrig, 2008

WATER AND SAND PATTERN (NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC)

LASERCUT SECTION MODEL My Billabong Project, via Pinterest

DUNE PATTERN ON ROCKY BED


AA VISITING SCHOOL JORDAN 14-24th June ERODED MORPHOLOGIES - 10 day workshop in Amman/Wadi Rum Desert JORDAN

“eroded symmetries” Instructors VINCENZO REALE, MARIE BOLTENSTERN & MOHAMAD MAKKOUK Software and Technology integrated in this unit: Modeling: – Rhinoceros 3D Nurbs Modeling – Grasshopper – Python Scripting Analysis: – Environmental Analysis - Ecotect (Geco) in Grasshopper – Finite Element Analysis - Karamba in Grasshopper Presentation Techniques: – Generating 2D drawings through techniques in Rhino and Adobe Illustrator – rendering with Autodesk Maya and Keyshot – layouting techniques with Adobe Illustrator Fabrication: – Laser Cutting (Section Models, 3D-Models, Negative with Sand, Fabric) – CNC Routing

ERODED ARCHITECTURES: ANTELOPE CANYON (CO)

ERODED ARCHITECTURE (PETRA)

ERODED CITIES: MATERA (ITALY), PETRA (JORDAN), DUNHUANG (CHINA)

ERODED STONE STRUCTURE


RIPPLE MORPHOLOGY MORPHOLOGY RIPPLE ripple morphology RIPPLE MORPHOLOGY RIPPLE MORPHOLOGY Pattern Pattern

A PATTER GROWING IN RADIAL SYMMETRY TRANSFORMS INTO A NEW LAYER OF THE LANDSCAPE OF WADI RUM. SOMETIMES THE EARTH A PATTER GROWING IN RADIAL SYMMETRY A NEW LAYER OF THE LANDSCAPE WADIINRUM. SOMETIMES THETO EARTH WRAPS AROUND ITSELF EATING ITSELF TOTRANSFORMS FORM DEEPLYINTO ENCLOSED SPACES, OTHER TIMES, IT OF OPENS A CURVED MANNER LINK WRAPS AROUND ITSELF EATING ITSELF TO FORM DEEPLY ENCLOSED SPACES, OTHERATIMES, IT OF OPENS IN SEMI-ENCLOSED A CURVED MANNER TOOPEN LINK DIFFERENT POINTS OF THE LANDSCAPE AND PROVIDE OPEN SPACES. IN BETWEEN, SERIES OPEN, AND DIFFERENT OF SO THETHAT LANDSCAPE AND PROVIDE OPEN THE SPACES. IN BETWEEN, A SERIES OFDIFFERENT OPEN, SEMI-ENCLOSED OPEN SPACES AREPOINTS CREATED THE USER CAN EXPERIENCE LANDSCAPE OF WADI RUM ON HEIGHTS AND AND THROUGH SPACES AREPATHWAYS. CREATED SO THAT THE USER CAN EXPERIENCE THE LANDSCAPE OF WADI RUM ON DIFFERENT HEIGHTS AND THROUGH DIFFERENT DIFFERENT PATHWAYS. A PATTER GROWING IN RADIAL SYMMETRY TRANSFORMS INTO A NEW LAYER OF THE LANDSCAPE OF WADI RUM. SOMETIMES THE EARTH WRAPS AROUND ITSELF EATING ITSELF TO FORM DEEPLY ENCLOSED SPACES, OTHER TIMES, IT OPENS IN A CURVED MANNER TO LINK DIFFERENT POINTS OF THE LANDSCAPE AND PROVIDE OPEN SPACES. IN BETWEEN, A SERIES OF OPEN, SEMI-ENCLOSED AND OPEN SPACES ARE CREATED SO THAT THE USER CAN EXPERIENCE THE LANDSCAPE OF WADI RUM ON DIFFERENT HEIGHTS AND THROUGH DIFFERENT PATHWAYS.

Final Model Final Model

Pattern

Final Model

Site: Wady Rum Site: Wady Rum

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Different intensity deformations of the model

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Programme Director: Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi Programme KaisDirector: Al-Rawi

Kais Al-Rawi Unit Instructors: Programme Director: Unit Instructors: Vincenzo Reale, Marie Boltenstern, Mohammad Makkouk UnitKais Instructors: Al-Rawi Vincenzo Reale, Marie Boltenstern, Mohammad Makkouk Marie Boltenstern, Mohamad Makkouk,Vincenzo Reale Students: Unit Instructors: Students: Zahraa Makki, Leyla Elsayyed Hussein, Farah Zarzour, Hala Alhaddid Vincenzo Reale, Marie Boltenstern, Mohammad Makkouk Zahraa Makki, Leyla Elsayyed Hussein, Farah Zarzour, HalaStudents: Alhaddid Zahraa Makki, Leyla Elsayyed Hussein, Farah Zarzour, Hala Alhaddid Students: Zahraa Makki, Leyla Elsayyed Hussein, Farah Zarzour, Hala Alhaddid


Man-Dunes MAN-DUNES

Man-Dunes inspired by natural sand the Jordanian Desert. This natural formed by disturbance of waterALorin Man-Dunes was was inspired by the theBY natural formation ofFORMATION sand dunes dunes in in the Jordanian Desert. This natural process process allowed forthe architetural investigation MAN-DUNES WAS INSPIRED THE formation NATURALof OF SAND DUNES IN THE JORDANIAN DESERT. THIS NATURAL PROCESS wind on sedimentary structures such sand , allowed forRum. the architetural investigation in creating variety of spaces blened within the landscape creating aFOR variety of spaces within theas landscape of LOWED ARCHITETURAL INVESTIGATION INWadi CREATING A VARIETY OF SPACES WITHINaTHE LANDSCAPE OF WADI RUM.THE STUDYof Wadi-Rum. BEGAN WITH REPLICATING SAND RIPPLES,WHICH ARE SEDIMENTARY STRUCTURES MADE OF SAND AND INDICATE AGITATION BY WA-

The study beganWHEN with replicating sand ripples,which sedimentary structures made ALONG of sand and agitation by water or wind. When moved TER OR WIND. MOVED BY THE WIND, THEare GRAINS OF SAND BOUNCES THEindicate GROUND THROUGH A PROCESS CALLED By replicating sand ripples andFROM studying the logic this phenomena, a series of spatial organizations were created. theisprocess of by the wind, the grains of sand bounces along thebehind ground through aISprocess called saltation. The distance fromARE one rippleBased to theon next related to the SALTATION. THE DISTANCE ONE RIPPLE TO THE NEXT RELATED TO THE DISTANCE GRAINS SPLASHED, WHICH IN TURN IS formation and various outcomes spatial definitions different conditions, produced a re-defined natural gateway intoOF theAvarious distance grains are splashed, which in turn isofrelated to grainINVESTIGATING sizeunder and wind speed. RELATED TO generating GRAIN SIZE AND WIND SPEED. AS SUCH, THIS PHENOMENA ALLOWED FOR THE RE-DEFING NATURAL camps of Wadi Rum. GATEWAY INTO THE VARIOUS CAMPS OF WADI RUM.THIS INTEGRATED DESIGN OF OPEN AND CLOSED SPACES, MAXIMIZES THE DESAs such, investigatingITthis phenomena allowed for the re-defingFOR of a THE natural gateway into the various camps Wadi Rum.This integrated design of ERT EXPERIENCE. ALSO CREATES THE OPPURTNUITY EDUCATIONAL AWARENESS OF of THE DESERT ENVIRONMENT. This design of open and closed spaces, maximizes the desert experience and creates oppurtnuity for educational awareness with referopenintegrated and closed spaces, maximizes the desert experience. It also creates the oppurtnuity for the the educational awareness of the desert environment. ence to the desert environment.

Sand Ripples

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Spatial Definitions

The three created patterns were crafted in a way to emphasize the transition between the open, semi-open and closed spaces: Linear Pattern: Open - Semi-Closed - Closed Spiral Pattern: Semi-Closed - Open - Closed Central Pattern: Closed - Semi-Closed - Open

Ripple marks form in: different environments and or in wind different taking anywhere from minutes millennia to respond to to changes in factors. wind patterns indicate agitation by water andways, form in different environments and intodifferent ways according external Sand Ripples

Site Location: Wadi Rum, Jordan Site Location: Wadi Rum, Jordan The strategic site connects theinmain The chosen site chosen is a strategic location whichroad with Wadi Rum’s many camps. the one plot of connects the main roadtourist with one of This transitional space opportnity to re-define Wadi Rum’s manycreates tourist the camps. This transiational natural gateway intothe theopportnity desert andtomaximizing space created re-define the experience within. into the desert and maximiza natural gateway ing the experience within. Pattern 2: Perspective

Pattern 1: Perspective

Pattern 1: Linear Space Organization : Perspective Topography Topography Analysis Analysis

Pattern 1: Section

Pattern 2: Spiral Space Organization : Perspective

Pattern 2: Section

Pattern 1: Linear Space Organization : Cross-Section

Pattern 2: Spiral Space Organization : Cross-Section

Wind Analysis Wind Analysis

Site Analysis Site Analysis Pattern 1: Top View

Pattern 2: Top View

Pattern 1: Linear Space Organization : Top-View

Pattern 2: Spiral Space Organization : Top-View

Cross-Section A-A Cross-Section A-A

Cross-SectionB-B B-B Cross-Section

Cross-Section C-C Cross-Section C-C

Logic & Definition Definition : Relation between attractor points and curve formation Logic & Pattern 3: Perspective

Pattern 3 : Central Space Organization : Perspective Section 01:Ripple Ripple formation when attractor Section 01: formation when attractor points are the furthest points from each are other the furthest from each other

Pattern 3: Section

The three created patterns were crafted in a way to emphasize the transition between the open, semi-closed and closed spaces. Linear Pattern: Open - Semi-Closed - Closed Spiral Pattern: Semi-Closed - Open - Closed Central Pattern: Closed - Semi-Closed - Open

Section 02: Ripple formation when attractor points are closer to each other Section 02: Ripple formation when attractor points are closer to each other

Pattern 3 : Central Space Organization : Cross-Section

Physical Model

Physical Model Section 03: Ripple formation when attractor points are closest to each other Section 03: Ripple formation when

Application of logic on site: As the distance between attractors decreases, wind intensity increases and the over pattern becomes more compressed. Fig.all 03:Attractors and logic behind definition Fig. 03:Attractors and logic behind definition

Application of logic on site: As the distance between attractors decreases, wind intensity increases and the over all pattern becomes more compressed. Generation 01 Generation 01

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Pattern Variations: Various generations of the pattern under different wind conditions

NATURAL PATTERN

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visiting school jordan eroded morphologies ERODED eroded SYMMETRIES symmetries unit

Programme Programme Director: Director: Kais Kais Al-Rawi Al-Rawi Unit Unit Instructors: Instructors: Vincenzo Marie Boltenstern & Vincenzo Reale, Marie Mohamad BoltensternMakkouk,Vincenzo & Mohammad Mohammad Makkouk Makkouk Marie Reale, Boltenstern, Reale Students: Students: Noura Darhalli Noura Mhied, Mhied, Hesham Hesham Elshahaly, Elshahaly, Reem Reem Hamdan Hamdan & & Ahmad Ahmad Darhalli Students: Noura Mhied, Hesham Elshahaly, Reem Hamdan & Ahmad Darhalli


Eroded Arteries

Erosion pattern found in deserts of Wadi Rum

Site, Sections and diagrams

‘ERODED ARTERIES’ OF THE NATURAL AT THE ARCHITECTURAL IT TAKES ‘Eroded Arteries’ISisTHE the REGENERATION regeneration of the natural erodedERODED patternsPATTERNS at the architectural scale. It takes itsSCALE. inspiration fromITS theINSPIrock RATION ROCK AT THE WADI AND TRANSLATES THATare INTO ARCHITECTURE. EROSIVE FORMS ARE erosionsFROM at theTHE Wadi RumEROSIONS and translates that into RUM architecture. Erosive forms generated parametrically using variety of GENERATexternal ED PARAMETRICALLY VARIETY OF EXTERNAL INFLUENCE INCLUDING THE WIND AND THE human SUN. THE MAIN ARTERIES PARA-of influence including theUSING wind and the sun. The main arteries are parametrically generated using circulation and the ARE transition METRICALLY GENERATED USING HUMAN CIRCULATION AND THE TRANSITION OF PRIVATE TO PUBLIC SPACES. THE METHOD OF THIS private to public spaces. The method of this form generation can be applied at various scales to achieve various effects. The fusion of FORM GENERATION CAN BE APPLIED AT VARIOUS SCALES TO ACHIEVE VARIOUS EFFECTS. THE FUSION OF THE SPATIAL QUALITY AND the spatial quality and the erosive patterns created generates unpredictable patterns that invites exploration. THE EROSIVE PATTERNS CREATED GENERATES UNPREDICTABLE PATTERNS THAT INVITES EXPLORATION.

Top view of the project

View from inside the path

View from inside the path

View from outside the path

Step-by-step parametric generation of erosive forms

Approaching prospective

Physical sectional model of site

Physical test model of erosion

visiting school jordan eroded morphologies ERODED symmetries eroded SYMMETRIES unit

Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi Unit Instructors: Vincenzo Marie Reale, Boltenstern, Marie Mohamad BoltensternMakkouk,Vincenzo & Mohammad Makkouk Reale Students: Haya AlNibari, Luay Farah, Ti Fu, Addy Students: Yousef Haya AlNibari, Luay Farah, Ti Fu, Addy Yousef


Sahara Complex sahara complex UM ISHRAIN FORMATION -OUR CHOSEN PATTERN PATTERN

THE PROJECT “ SAHARA “ IS A PUBLIC COMPLEX DESIGNED IN WADI RUN AREA . THE PROJECT WAS SIMPLY TRYING TO SIMULATE THE NATURE OF WADI AND THE GENERALLY . THERE WAS A VARIATION PUBLIC , SEMI PUBLIC , SEMIwas CLOSED , CLOSED The project “ RUM Sahara “ isDESERT a public complex designed in WadiOF Run area . The project simply trySPACE AND HUMEN PATHES BETWEEN THE ZONES IN THE PROJECT . THE PROJECT WAS DESIGNED ON A HILL SO WE’VE TRIED TO ing to simulate the nature of Wadi Rum and the desert generally . There was a variation of public , MAKE THE PROJECT CONTINUEOUS WITH THE HILL ITSELF . THE PROJECT IS ALSO PROVIDED WITH DIFFERENT TYPES OF PATHES INCLUDING THE WATER DRAINAGE . THEspace MAIN IDEA OFhumen THE PROJECT IS TObetween GIVE THE USER UNIQUEin EXPERIENCE IN THE MIDsemi public , semi closedPATHES , closed and pathes the Azones the project . The DLE OF THE DESSERT WITH THE BEAUTIFUL SORROUNDING NATURE OF WADI RUM .

project was designed on a hill so we’ve tried to make the project continueous with the hill itself . The project is also provided with different types of pathes including the water drainage pathes . The main idea of the project is to give the user a unique experience in the middle of the dessert with the beautiful sorrounding nature of Wadi Rum .

( Um Ishrain Formation )

pattern in different conditions

PATTERN IN DIFFERENT CONDITIONS

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Jordan ,Wadi RumRUM ( entrance of Wadi Rum about RUM 300m ABOUT from the300M main street JORDAN ,WADI ( ENTRANCE OF WADI FROM) THE MAIN STREET )

water drain diagram A: High Density of Water

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visiting visiting school school jordanjordan eroded morphologies eroded morphologies eroded symmetries unit ERODED SYMMETRIES

Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi

Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi

Unit Instructors: Unit Instructors: MARIE BOLITENSTERN, Marie Boltenstern, VINCENZO Mohamad REALE Makkouk,Vincenzo & MOHHAMMAD Reale MAKKOUK. Students: Students: Aseel Aseel Alhourani Alhourani , Isabel , Isabel Branac Branac , Ahmad , Ahmad Qasas Qasas & Ahmad & Ahmad Alkhaldi Alkhaldi


AEOLIAN TAFONI morphologies

OUR INTEREST LIES IN THE INTERFERENCE OF AEOLIAN PROCESSES WITH TAFONI-GENERATING PROCESSES. TAFONI START OFF AS SMALL ISOLATED PODS, YET IN CLIMATES SUCH AS THOSE OF WADI RUM AND PETRA, AEOLIAN PROCESSES INTERFERE AND CAUSE THESE PODS TO STRETCH, BECOME CONNECTED, AND VARY IN TERMS OF INCLINATION; EVENTUALLY SEVERAL PODS CONNECT AND FORM LONG SWEEPING CAVITIES. THE POETIC LIES IN OBSERVING EROSION FORCES AS GENERATORS OF SPACE, AND SEEING THE VOIDS AS A VOLUMETRIC IMAGES OF THESE FORCES. OUR PROJECT LOOKS TO SEE HOW THIS RESEARCH CAN BE APPLIED ON AN ARCHITECTURAL AND URBAN SCALE.

TAFONI AND AOELIAN EROSION FOUND IN PETRA AND WADI RUM

AEOLIAN-AFFECTED TAFONI Our interest lies in the interference of Aeolian processes with Tafoni-generating processes. Tafoni start off as small isolated pods, yet in climates such as those of Wadi Rum and Petra, Aeolian processes interfere and cause these pods to stretch, become connected, and vary in terms of inclination; eventually several pods connect and form long sweeping cavities. The poetic lies in observing erosion forces as generators of space, and seeing the voids as a volumetric images of these forces.

SITE LOCATION PLAN

UNIT 02 - ERODED SYMMETRIES FINAL PROJECT SHEET 03 GROUP NUMBER 1

PROPOSED EXTRACTION OF SPACES AS A 3D CONCEPT

Fig. 01: Prevailing winds, North-East

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Fig. 03: Description of Diagram

Fig. 03: Elevation gradient

SITE LOCATION PLAN

UNIT 02 - ERODED SYMMETRIES

UNIT 02 - ERODED SYMMETRIES

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PROGRAME DEVELOPMENT AND SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS

variation in level, caverns going to different lengths

SITE PATHS

PHASE 1

parallel caverns, connections occurring in forms of columns, eroded walls, different-level corridors

parallel caverns, connections occurring in forms of columns, eroded walls, different-level corridors

PHASE 2

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PRIMARY PATHS

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EVOLUTION OF PROGRAMME OVER TIME

SITE MODEL SITE MODEL

TESTING MODEL

A conceptual physical model made of layers of foam board stimulates the behavior of the rocks when interacting with external factors. The addition of a chemical (spray paint) interacted with the model in a similar way. the parameters taken into consideration are: materiality, distance, amount of spray paint, repetitivity, angle, and die-cut.

STUDY MODELS

UNIT 02 - ERODED SYMMETRIES FINAL PROJECT SHEET 09

PATTERN, PHYSICAL AND DIGITAL MODELS

GROUP NUMBER 1

visiting school jordan eroded morphologies eroded digitally symmetries crafted columns unit unit

UNIT 02 - ERODED SYMMETRIES FINAL PROJECT SHEET 011 GROUP NUMBER 1

Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi Unit Instructors: Marie Boltenstern, Mohamad Makkouk,VincenzoVincen Reale Students: Joe Cook, Bassem Students: Saad Joe Cook, Bassem Saad & Ismail Hutet


erosive agency unit

AA VISITING SCHOOL JORDAN 14-24th June ERODED MORPHOLOGIES - 10 day workshop in Amman/Wadi Rum Desert JORDAN

 Instructor FILIPPO NASSETTI (MHOX) Erosion is the process by which elements are removed from surfaces and masses by natural agents such as wind or water flow. Aiming at reproducing a few qualities of eroded morphologies in architectural design, the unit will employ environmental analyses and agent-based computational simulations to orient and control the morphogenesis of architectural formations. The unit will study the eroded cave formations and cave-like architecture in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Wadi Rum and Petra, pursuing a contemporary interpretation of this space model, designing either subtractive or additive interventions that blend in the mountain formations, proposing a new occupational model integrated with the specific landscape. Erosion is modeled as a multiagent simulation informed by flocking behaviour, stigmergic behaviour and different kinds of environmental fields (gravity, sun, wind, ...), aimed at processing geometries and transforming them in an erosion-informed output. Handling the code of the simulation as a genotype the unit will breed populations of phenotypes to be evaluated through key architectural criteria, pursuing multiperformative integration of space, circulation, ornamental qualities informed by environmental forces. The last days of the workshop will focus on design communication and presentation. Participants will art direct the design narration and produce advanced contents such as videos and interactive applications, graphical representations and renderings aimed at explaining the design process and vision.

EROSIVE AGENCY SIMULATION - Image from MHOX (Filippo Nassetti / Alessandro Zomparelli)

EROSIVE AGENCY PATTERN - Image from MHOX (Filippo Nassetti / Alessandro Zomparelli)


AA VISITING SCHOOL JORDAN 14-24th June ERODED MORPHOLOGIES - 10 day workshop in Amman/Wadi Rum Desert JORDAN

 Instructor FILIPPO NASSETTI (MHOX)   -Processing scripting  -Rhinoceros 3D NURBS modeling -Grasshopper parametric modeling  -Ecotect -gECO Grasshopper plugin  – Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere video editing techniques – 2D drawing and layouting techniques (Rhinoceros, Adobe Illustrator) – rendering (Autodesk Maya, ...)

EROSION MORPHOLOGIES - WADI RUM - Image from the web

CAVE MORPHOLOGIES - PETRA - Image from the web

EROSIVE AGENCY PATTERN - Image from MHOX (Filippo Nassetti / Alessandro Zomparelli)


mirage MIRAGE

This project explores the possibilities of generative design using coding. Parameters in the coding components were altered during numerous trials in order to produce desireable results for our program, a meditation space. Our project consists of two formal languages of highly detailed surface articulation, appropriate for circulation as well as nested pockets as spaces for meditation and reflection. The code was applied to our study area to first generate its initial formal character and was then applied at more specific scales in order to design areas with strong spatial quality for our meditation space.

SITE LOCATION

FORCES ANALYSI, WIND AND WATER

RENDER SHOTS OF THE FINAL PROJECT SHOWING THE PATTERNS THAT WAS CREATED

PHENOTYPES OF THE EROSION

DESIGN PROCESS OF THE SITE:

ELEVATION MAPS OF THE DIFFERENT FORCES

visiting school jordan eroded morphologies erosive agency unit

Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi Unit Instructor: FIilippo Nassette Students: Angelique Firmalino | Dana Taher | Mazin Alali


climbers Climbersretreat Retreat

Erosive agents is on going research project which attempts to mimic the erosive forces found in nature along with erosive digital forces in analog data. The architectural element is the programatic introduction of a climbers retreat. Wind displacement map development

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Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi Unit Instructors: Filippo Nassetti

Erosive agency

Khaleefa Alhemli, Abdullah Abdulhadi, Steve Students: Martinez

Khaleefa Al_Hemli, Abdullah Abd alhadi, Steve Martinez


CREATIVE CENTER


digitally crafted columns unit

AA VISITING SCHOOL JORDAN 14-24th June ERODED MORPHOLOGIES - 10 day workshop in Amman/Wadi Rum Desert JORDAN

“digitally crafted columns” Instructor JULIA KOERNER & KAIS AL-RAWI The unit “digitally crafted columns” will research and study archaic columns from the UNESCO World Heritage Site Petra as a precedent and translate their basic rules with computational design methods towards a series of complex digital structures. Column or Pillar in architecture and structural engineering is a structural element, that transmits through compression, the weight and forces of the structure above to other structural elements below. Ancient Columns hold articulated, complex patterns and ornaments which are integrated into their capital, base and shaft, these enigmatic effects should serve as a reference for digitally crafting new column designs. Participants will investigate the fundamental rules of proportions and chracteristics in the capitals and bases of nabataen columns, in specific the columns in Petra; and use computational methods to parametrically regenerate these columns in the computer. As part of a short study trip we will visit Petra and the Wadi Rum Desert where participants will have the opportunity to engage with on site research. Apart from investigating ancient columns and their organic tessellated structural elements, participants will have the opportunity to study eroded morphologies, stone reliefs and dune patterns in the desert. Upon return from the research field trip the unit will focus on digital modeling techniques as well as creating parametric definitions to design digital complex geometries and structures. The unit therefore integrates surface modeling in Autodesk Maya and Rhino as well as surface detailing in Autodesk Maya and Grasshopper. As part of the design process students will define evolutionary rules to create a series of these structures. Further, they will investigate finite element analysis tools in order to optimize the designs. Inspired by the cutting edge technology of additive manufacturing, new possibilities for creating digital complex structures are arising. Digital fabrication techniques will be discussed throughout the design process and the final outcome of the workshop will evolve to a series of 3D printed columns as well as illustrative diagrams and renderings showcasing the variations within the design process.

BIOPIRACY DRESS - IVH &JK 2014

HYBRID HOLISM DRESS - IVH &JK 2012

PETRA - 312 BCE -UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE -WADI RUM DESERT JORDAN - STONE CRAFTED COLUMNS

VOLTAGE DRESS - IVH &JK 2013


AA VISITING SCHOOL JORDAN 14-24th June ERODED MORPHOLOGIES - 10 day workshop in Amman/Wadi Rum Desert JORDAN

“digitally crafted columns” Instructor JULIA KOERNER & KAIS AL-RAWI Software and Technology integrated in this unit: Modeling: -Autodesk Maya Polygon Modeling -Rhinoceros 3D Nurbs Modeling -GrassHopper Paramteric Modeling -Autodesk Mudbox Texture and Bump Mapping Analaysis: -Karamba Finite Element Analysis Presentation Techniques: – 2D drawing techniques in Rhino and Adobe Illustrator – rendering with Autodesk Maya and Keyshot – layouting techniques with Adobe Illustrator Fabrication: - lasercutting - 3D Printing - mold / casting

DUNE MORPHOLOGIES - MARS - Images from NASA

Islamic Spain: c. 950-970 Carved marble 28x28 cm

Spain Umayyad period (756–1031) Carved marble 36.8 x 34.3 cm

Ibn Shushan Synagogue Toledo, Spain 1203, Carved Marble


Interlocking Synthesis

Based on the site visit to Petra and Wadi Rum, we were inspired by the interlocking formation of rocks on site as well as the volumetric relationship between the different components in their repetitive nature. We went through series of investigations to develop the different components to study the variations happening within a column. For instance, these are two extreme conditions where you have the components with the more porosity as opposed to the less cavities within the framework. As our research went deeper, we started analyzing the sun path and its effect on the structure of the components. We studied different compositions of a column and how the components diffuses the typical idea of a column. Additionally, we went further to explore the hypo style effect into details, where we have used the low density formation at the front whereas at the back we have the high density formation to emphasize on the ambiguity of the perspective scene. To conclude, this project looks into interlocking components as a part of the aggregate system in their parametric nature.

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Hypo Style Columns Eelvation

3D Printed Model of the Column

Hypo Style Columns

3D Visualization of the Column

visiting school jordan eroded morphologies digitally crafted columns unit

Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi Unit Instructors: Julia Koerner & Kais Al-Rawi Students: Sarah AlQalawi, Suha AlSalamain & Yasmin AlQasrawi


between the lines

Light changes our ability to interpret the surrounding environment and, therefore, the perception of a given space. In Petra, the collision between the light and the rocks of the canyons triggers various feelings. The light caresses the canyon in a playful manner, and evolving as the time goes by. An obvious dualism between mass and void is then rendered through the pictures. The voids created the mass; and therefore the columns. The columns are molded following the canyon’s structure: grand and highly irregular. They are pierced according the rays of the sun and react to light differently though the day and the year. As a whole, 36 columns are laid in a circular grid; acting as the huge canyon we visited. Walkways vary in high and width and light changes during the day. The experience of walking through a canyon is rendered. The special quality therefore evolves through time and space and an ephemeral experience is generated.

Natural Phenomenon

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Concept of mass vs. Void

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Front Elevation

visiting school jordan eroded morphologies digitally crafted columns unit

Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi Unit Instructors: Julia Koerner & Kais Al-Rawi Students: Sibylle Y. George - Parastoo M. Mozaffary - Laith Attar


voids within voids

A moment of surrender. A very small continuous line of sketch. The fram, its dimness and even the smallest line left behind shows cintinuity and trail. Minimal size that can still be seen and read, and condensed to an extent that its blackness fades away. At the end of the journey, the sketch is minimized till only the essential elements are left behind. Nothing but a continous trail of lines signs and patterns of what emerged that is the relationship of what was and what can still become.

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An unfolded elevation of a column showing the patterns around.

A render showing the contrast between voids and solids, and shades and shadows while considering the human scale.

A diagram showing the extraction of the voids from the analysis of natural patterns of erosion and cellular structures. also, deriving new voids within voids to reach an organic sculpture alternating between voids and solids.

an application of the columns in space, creating a playful scene and unusual esperience with light.

A series of columns of different iterations showing degradation in desity an lightness reaching a minimal state that still behaves structurally.

visiting school jordan eroded morphologies digitally crafted columns unit

Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi Unit Instructors: Julia Koerner & Kais Al-Rawi Students: Ali Abo Tabik- Jana Chams- Nivin Nab


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A natural phenomenon that occurs in the desert enviroments charachterized by intense variations in the temperature and weathering conditions that result in the contraction/expansion of the underlying basaltic strata. This results in the slow erosion of the overlying surface of sandstone as seen in varying scales and formations at the Wadi Rum Desert in Jordan.

As a result of this combination, our investigations of the various patterns and the parameters that controlled them, as well as analysis of the structural behaviors of the column volume on Karamba guided the design but never completely controlled it.

voids within voids

A moment of surrender. A very small continuous line of sketch. The fram, its dimness and even the smallest line left behind shows cintinuity and trail. Minimal size that can still be seen and read, and condensed to an extent that its blackness fades away. At the end of the journey, the sketch is minimized till only the essential elements are left behind. Nothing but a continous trail of lines signs and patterns of what emerged that is the relationship of what was and what can still become.

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An unfolded elevation of a column showing the patterns around.

A render showing the contrast between voids and solids, and shades and shadows while considering the human scale.

An unfolded elevation of a column showing the patterns around.

A render showing the contrast between voids and solids, and shades and shadows while considering the human scale.

Different iterations of the exoskeletal structural component generated through Rhino/Grasshopper. Each iteration reflects on the changes in the parametric input of the algorithm.

A diagram showing the extraction of the voids from the analysis of natural patterns of erosion and cellular structures. also, deriving new voids within voids to reach an organic sculpture alternating between voids and solids.

A diagram showing the extraction of the voids from the analysis of natural patterns of erosion and cellular structures. also, deriving new voids within voids to reach an organic sculpture alternating between voids and solids.

Close up of the smooth geometry populating the surface component

an application of the columns in space, creating a playful scene and unusual esperience with light.

an application of the columns in space, creating a playful scene and unusual esperience with light.

The column design was generated at a scale that allows the human to observe the variations in the surface patterns and structure from top to bottom at eye level.

Cut plan of the Collumn at mid level

A series of columns of different iterations showing degradation in desity an lightness reaching a minimal state that still behaves structurally.

visiting school jordan eroded morphologies

Vector renders of the collumn generated through Maya zooming in on the crafted geometry of the skin component. The exoskeletal structure generated on Grasshopper was also smoothed and bridged on Maya to produce the eroded aesthetic.

digitally crafted columns unit

A series of columns of different iterations showing degradation in desity an lightness reaching a minimal state that still behaves structurally.

Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi

Unit Instructors: Julia Koerner & Kais Al-Rawi Students: Students: Jalal Matraji, Selma Udriot Johansson & Ramzi Shahin

Ali Abo Tabik- Jana Chams- Nivin Nab

visiting school jordan eroded morphologies digitally crafted columns unit

Programme Director: Kais Al-Rawi Unit Instructors: Julia Koerner & Kais Al-Rawi


Exhibition Hall at Beit El Balad, Amman

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Exhibition Opening Reception Beit El Balad, Amman, Jordan July 2014


Eroded Morphologies Exhibition Beit El Balad, Amman, Jordan July 2014


PROTOTYPING


Participants Certification

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2015


crystalline formations The Dead Sea is a hyper-saline lake which exists at 427 meters below sea level and features a oneof-a-kind extreme ecological condition. It is the lowest point on earth and exhibits a diverse platform for research into the Ecomorphology of crystalline formations. In 2015, the AA in Jordan continues in its third-cycle to build up on research into naturally occurring phenomena in the region, and how these phenomena can inform design methodologies which re-think existing practices. The programme will focus on crystalline formations and their potential development at a variety of architectural and urban scales through the use of cutting-edge computational design technology. The programme will bring together a network of distinguished faculty and guests to offer design-research units, specialist tooling seminars and a guest-lecture series; which are based in Amman with exclusive visits to the Jordan Valley and Dead Sea. Prominent Features of the workshop/ skills developed -Professional awareness of computational design methodologies -Exclusive Site Visit to the Dead Sea -International team consisting of emerging designers and educators -Lecture Series including world renown guests -Specialist seminars in cutting edge technical software (Including: Rhino Python Scripting, Grasshopper, Processing, Autodesk Maya) -Access to advanced digital fabrication facilities -Public Exhibition of Workshop Outcomes Participants will receive a certificate from the AA upon completion of the programme. Fees AA Visiting School Jordan requires a fee of ÂŁ845. The fees includes access to core workshop events: -design studio units -specialist software seminars -lecture series and guest programme The fees also include: -private bus transportation to the Dead Sea -two days accommodation -site visits and access fees Accommodation Shared Hotel Accommodation will be arranged in Amman for international participants at a discounted rate. Accommodation in the Dead Sea is included in programme fees. Fees do not include flights. Students need to bring their own laptops, digital equipment and model making tools. Please ensure this equipment is covered by your own insurance as the AA takes no responsibility for items lost or stolen at the workshop.


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