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SCHINDLER AWARD BERLIN MASTERROEF 2009-2010 KRIS PROVOOST


CONTENT MASTERPLAN HOTEL CONSTRUCTION OF THE HOTEL MIXED MEDIA


BALL ARENA INDOOR FOOTBALL CENTRE OLD HOTEL

NEW HOTEL SEMINAR WELLNESS

BALL ARENA INDOOR FOOTBALL CENTRE

OLD HOTEL

NEW HOTEL SEMINAR WELLNESS

S-BAHN STATION

COULD BE MOVED

ATHLETIC HALL

ATHLETIC HALL

COULD NOT BE MOVED

TENNIS CENTRE RESTAURANT

TENNIS CENTRE RESTAURANT

EXTRA

ICE SPORT STADIUM

ICE SPORT STADIUM

S-BAHN STATION

PARKING SPACE

EQUESTRIAN RANGE

EQUESTRIAN RANGE

PARKING SPACE

WALDBÜHNE

WALDBÜHNE

16 %

70 040 m2

TOTAL:

18 %

INFRASTRUCTURE

17 %

HOTEL

49 %

SPORTS

CULTURAL

MASTERPLAN

1. Program


ICE SPORT STADIUM

TENNIS CENTRE RESTAURANT INDOOR FOOTBALL CENTRE

ICE SPORT STADIUM

TENNIS CENTRE RESTAURANT INDOOR FOOTBALL CENTRE

ICE SPORT STADIUM

TENNIS CENTRE RESTAURANT INDOOR FOOTBALL CENTRE

PARKING SPACE S-BAHN STATION

WALDBÜHNE

ATHLETIC HALL

BALL ARENA OLD HOTEL

PARKING SPACE S-BAHN STATION

WALDBÜHNE

ATHLETIC HALL

BALL ARENA OLD HOTEL

PARKING SPACE

S-BAHN STATION

WALDBÜHNE

ATHLETIC HALL

BALL ARENA

OLD HOTEL

AREA

EQUESTRIAN RANGE

EQUESTRIAN RANGE

EQUESTRIAN RANGE

VOLUME

NEW HOTEL SEMINAR WELLNESS

NEW HOTEL SEMINAR WELLNESS

NEW HOTEL SEMINAR WELLNESS

65 % 35 %


34 000 m2 8% 47 %

AREA vs VOLUME 53 % 10 40 000 m2

OPEN

82 % 334 000 m2


2. Site

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AREA

FUNCTION

NATURE

VOLUME

SERVICE

STRUCTURE


Translation ?


P

W

S

P

W

S

- organizing axis’s


P

W

S

- nature -

P

W

S

- extending nature -


W

- organizing fun

N


ng functions -

P

S


?

+ HOTEL

+ SEMINAR

+ WELLNESS

=

PUBLIC FUNCTIONS ?

MIXED-USE


Program?

Seminar, Wellness, Exhibitions, Green, Tennis, Volleyball, Goalball, Basketball, Theatre,..... + hotel


8m 6m 4m

organizing program according to height

8m 6m 4m

deďŹ ne space


ARCHITECTURAL SCENES


ARCHITECTU


ECTURAL SCENES


making project readable in:

section plan construction


BASKETBAL

BADMINTON

THEATER

WELLNESS

VOLLEYBAL

SEMINAR

designing from section


designing from section


W

- adding keyp


g keypoints -

P

S


grid with 2 decentralised vertical cores

inner - outer


easy circulation

relation between hotelroom and sports


GRONDPLAN 1/200

N

NIVEAU +4 VOLLEYBAL


N


GRONDPLAN 1/200 NIVEAU 0 LOBBY


Additionele snede en grondplannen Schaal 1/200


A’

A

SNEDE 1/200 AA’


GRONDPLAN 1/200

N

NIVEAU+2 SEMINAR CENTRE


GRONDPLAN 1/200

N

NIVEAU +9 OPENAIR THEATRE


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How do I design? In this booklet I want to show the process I made to present my design. It is said that everyone develops his own style. So did I (Is that already possible after a short five years?) This work should be seen as a reflection of my own method of presenting. I strongly believe that it is important to define your own style to show the work you produced to the outside world. As I’m working on this Schindler Award competition, the word competition got stuck in the back of my head. It’s important that you understand that Architecture (with capital letter A?) is a difficult disciplinary. You have think of a lot of things simultaneously, but should this result in a complexity that is only understandable to fellow architecture-fanatics? Architecture is not simple but can be made visually understandable. This booklet is a trial and error search to make my design visually ‘easy’ The content of this work is divided into three parts mixed together according to the design process. A timeline of presentation research. Everyday sketches and thoughts are mixed with work I want people to see and understand. The question of profiling rises in the third part. How did my ‘idols’ defined their style? With a quick mentioning of different kinds of media I want to point at severel interesting architecture firms, to understand and learn from them.


How to create space? A masterplan of several independent sport facilities according the design for all principles, which means accessible for blind, hearing impaired and handicapped people. How can I introduce a system that makes the masterplan readable by ‘feeling’ it? To start off I want to summarize the analysis I did to develop a system. The analysis can be divided into two main parts, which are simultaneously the main concept keywords. What is needed on site? The program consists of several different sport facilities. The task description gives a lot of freedom to locate the functions according the system proposed. As we are mainly dealing with sport facilities it is possible to divide the program into volume, an actual building, and space, a designed surface. Keywords: Volume vs. Surface. A quick look at the site teaches us that there is a lot of nature on site, nature that camouflages the topography. Can a manipulation of the landscape be a part of this ‘system’? The trees, that surrounds the roads and buildings, continues outside the perimeter. The view on the top floor of the nearby located unité d’habitation by Le Corbusier teaches us that next to the high density nature there is a very structured residential area. Can the masterplan incorporate advantages for the surroundings? Keywords: Nature vs. Structure How can this analysis be translated into a system, a framework, an overlay of various layer superimposed on site to make it ‘readable’ for the people? Introducing a shifting density from the centre to the surroundings. A pixilated pattern can be seen in a positive and negative way where nature and structure come together and act as one. Implementing two axis’s who expand the pattern onto the whole site. The independent sport facilities each characterize ‘their’ zone by using different vegetations. Overlaying spaces create relations according the apparatus of montage where you organize relationships between independent parts. These zones can be the key points who are the visual aid for the people who have a bad sight. The introduction of an orientating organizer helps to structure the whole masterplan and to control the various circulation flows of cars, trucks, pedestrians and bicycles. By looking at the topography, we can use the landscape to interact with the buildings and the designed surfaces. By manipulating the landscape we can create different architectural‘scenes’For example, uplifting the landscape creates anentrancethat by its shape makes it‘readable’for the blind people. A sequence of recurring scenes marks a zone. As an extension, I design a sport-hotel located on the designated space of the masterplan. The hotel can be seen as a three-dimensional translation of the network introduced in the masterplan. It’s important to see this tower as a stacking of different slabs, which are related with each other to create relation and an intern architectural circulation, instead of a stacking of shapes. I don’t see the hotel as an actual building but more a network, a continuation of the masterplan in a three-dimensional way. How to make space ‘visible’ for the blind people? By shaping the slabs above an under the location the blind people can feel it. This phenomenon is called echolocation. To keep the relation between the landscape the network is designed as an outdoor space.


creating an environm


nment of possibility

Masterproef  

Masterproef Sint Lucas Gent

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