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Public Interaction

Creative Idea

The building typologye is a non-standard, mixed-use building, that intends to provide a platform for young entrepreneurs and start-up business to pitch, perform and present creative ideas, becoming a physical manifestation of crowd-source: a phenomena that mainly resides online. The architectural space supports this open, collaborative theme

Creative Industries

Informed Spaces

Buisness

Crowd-sourcing Art Comics Dance Design Fashion Film & Video Games Theater Music Photography Publishing Technology Food

FORUM LIBRARYFOYER Social Platform ? AUDIOTRIUM INVESTORS MARKET

Buisness Startup

GALLERY DANCE FLOOR

EXHIBITION FOODS

The Social Innovation Exchange hopes to inspire and foster new relationships between both other businesses within the building, and the public. The experience of the building intends to encourage engagement and interactuion with the creative projects inside and to invest minor funds for a small reward within each project. RECREATION READING PLAY VIEW NAPPING

Touchstone A cloth is drapped over site, responding to geometry and areas of compression on the site

MEETING ROOM

Touchstone 3D print

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HALL

SUNNING

AUDIOTORIUM

DANCE FLOOR INVESTORS

FORUM

Q_people

CONCIERGE SECURITY

LIBRARY GALLERY FOYER FOODS HALL

MIXED USE

NEUBAU WELT R_people

Platform for startup buisness and creative ideas

PHOTOGRAPHY

TV

WORK PLACES

Birdseye Site View

STUDIOS

RESEARCH

CINEMA

TRANSITON

CONCERT VENUE

MARKET

PLANT ROOM

OFFICES

ADVERTISING

SERVICE

Social Innovation Exchange

String of spaces in stacked landscape

Pilgrim Street NEUBAU WELT

EXHIBITION

Programme split into four slabs

4th floor plan 1:500

Response to ground and forum space envelope

Auditorium

Confrence

Roof Terrace

Bar

Pinched second floor forms seating for outdoor dance stage, and allows more height for forum space

Cinema

3rd floor plan 1:500

Ideas exchange floor

Top corner site response to neighbouring building 55degrees north, and main auditorium . Resultant roof landscaping offers view over city.

Performance space

2nd floor plan 1:500

Pinch of building envelope alllows height to meet existing neighbouring building, and forms entrance canopy

Gallery

Auditorium breakout space

Library Forum

1st floor plan 1:500

Building language frames views from Pilgrim street to the tyne bridge

Vertical Circulation core moved outside of building, as a seperate solitary element, freeing the interior floor plan. Connected by a series of walkways, the resultant space creates a newstreet of activity

Foods Main Reception

Ground floor plan 1:500

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Building envelope is punctured by verticallly to connect alternating floors. This brings light, and allows visual connections between activities inside the building. This also serves as the primary structure.

Notions of public and private are emphasised by new geometry. 1st and 3rd floors are closed, whilst ground, 2nd and roof floors are left exposed to the elements allowing vertical outdoor landscape

Existing landscape is excavated to create new entrance into basement of site. this allows north light and ventilation to penetrate the existing basement structure which is inteded to serve as office space, as well as a mixed use/gig venue

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Ground Floor

Offices

Foyer

Gig space

Basement floor plan 1:500 Axonometric

Main Road

Moving Section 1:300

Ideas exchange Eastern approach

Privacty curtain continuous ribbon of translucent fabric, wraps around the performance spaces to assist privacy

Glazing 1.19mm Laminated Safety Glass, consisting of toughened glass layers 2. 125mm stainless-steel point fixing 3. 35mm stainless-steel rod 4. 19mm laminated safety glass fin, consisting of toughened glass layers 5. Inner skin of glazing: 10mm obscured toughened flass -stainless steel ficing piece for glass 6. Steel Plate 7. Galvanised steel plating

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4 2

5 7

Floor Construction 1. Sprayed plaster 2. Expanded metal fine-mesh reinforcement shell 3. Sprayed insulative concrete 4. Prefabricated steel reinforcement 5. Steel Frame

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2

3 5

South Facing Double-skin facade prevents overheating in summer

Thermal Mass of exposed concrete slabs used for daytime cooling

Roof profile shaped for rain water collection

Ground source heat pumps work in conjunction with underfloor heating system to provide year round heating and cooling

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Graduation presentation board  

Architecture stage 3 graduation board

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