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ROOF Kyle Rogler

DAIRY FARMING IN KUDAMM

SS2010

DIA

prof. Dendra

Floor Plan 1:100

Swissotel Axometric

Site Program Diagram

Section Deformation


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ROOF Kyle Rogler

Parasite & Host Diagram

DAIRY FARMING IN KUDAMM

SS2010

DIA

prof. Dendra

TRANSPORTATION

COW DIARY FARMING

URBAN FARMING

GOAT DAIRY FARMING


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ROOF Kyle Rogler

DAIRY FARMING IN KUDAMM

SS2010

DIA

prof. Dendra

Traditional pitch roof of a Chalet

Urban Context and Views Outward

Branching out to expand the program

Branching out to help divide circulation

Height adjustment to optimize solar radiation

Section of the Mountainous Swissotel

Division of programmatic elements


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ROOF Kyle Rogler

DAIRY FARMING IN KUDAMM

SS2010

DIA

prof. Dendra

Parasite Open Source Design: Mallee Fowl Nest

Overall Roof Form:

Research done by Victoria Bradbrook

The deformations and changes in the roof ridges were to help create positive and negative pressures with the western wind. Each room has its own negative pressure and can be ventilated independently of each other.

SOLAR RADIATION Cheese Cave Program

Nighttime Flush/Expel Heat:

This mode draws in from the air from the bottom vent to provide displacement cooling. Through stratification and pressure, the air goes to the top vents to the negative pressure zone of the building.

MALLE FOWL NEST:

As a precedent, the Mallee Fowl was used to find ways of maintaining a constant temperature for its eggs. These principles were translated into design to help maintain the temperature of the cheese.

SHADOW RANGE DURING SUMMER SOLSTICE

Too Cold:

Maintain Heat, Heat Exchangers, increase solar radiation.

PRODUCED Ideal: BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL Too Hot: PRODUCT

Maintain Conditions, ventilate for fresh air.

Ventilate for cooling, night flush, reduce radiation.

Ideal:

Maintain Conditions, ventilate for fresh air.

Heat Stack Effect:

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

When there is no to minimal wind, the vents can hope and act as a chimney system to expel heat. As cheese gives off heat during maturing processing, this provides the heat to make a stacking effect with minimal height.

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SHADOW RANGE DURING WINTER SOLSTICE


Kyle Rogler Final Presentation DIA SS2010  

This is the final presentation for paraROOF, a project designed by Kyle Rogler under prof. Dendra