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PORTFOLIO BEREND SCHENK ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

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RESUME

PERSONALIA Name Date of birth Place of birth:

Ir. Berend Schenk February 24th, 1992 Zwolle, The Netherlands Dutch

Nationality: Adress

Mijnbouwplein 55 2628 RT Delft, The Netherlands

Telephone:

+31 (0)6 4142 1314

Email:

berendschenk@me.com

Drivers Licence

AM, B

Marine Licence

RMDL

EDUCATION Sep 2017 - Jul 2019

Master of Science (MSc) Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences Delft University of Technology MSc 1: The Why Factory, Grade: 9 MSc 2: Public Building, Grade: 8 MSc 3/4: Complex Projects Grade: 7

Feb 2017 - Jul 2017

Bridging Semester Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences Delft University of Technology

Sep 2009 - Aug 2015

Bachelor of Science (BSc) / (Ing.) Architecture and Construction Engineering Windesheim University of Applied Sciences Zwolle, The Netherlands

Sep 2004 - May 2009

HAVO, Profile (N&T) Nature and Technology Carolus Clusius College Zwolle, The Netherlands 2


WORK EXPERIENCE Aug 2016 - Jan 2017

Crew Member/First Deckhand Prosail Queensland Pty Ltd. - Airlie Beach, Australia Sailing 84ft Maxi Yachts, Steering, Deck Managing, Snorkel Watches in Tender, Guest Provisioning, Local Tour Guide, Preparing Meals on Board.

Apr 2012 - Jan 2016

Apple Sales Professional Xando - Apple Premium Reseller - Zwolle, The Netherlands Sales consultant for consumers, small businesses and education institutions, with computers and the digital lifestyle. Developed skills are: basic and advanced sales, basic and advanced Mac usage, demonstrating, educating and service training for potential customers.

Feb 2013 - Jul 2013

Architectural Intern ZEEP Architecten - Amersfoort, The Netherlands Intern in building science and architecture, working as a technical draftsman and 3D designer in the programs ArchiCAD, SketchUp and InDesign.

Sep 2012 - Feb 2013

Architectural Intern Architectural OďŹƒce TenBrasWestinga - Amersfoort, The Netherlands Architectural intern, working as a technical draftsman in AutoCAD and designing 3D models in SketchUp.

SKILLS Software: ArchiCAD, AutoCAD, SketchUp, Rhino(ceros), Grasshopper, SU Podium, V-Ray, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Pages, Numbers and Keynote DIPLOMAS/CERTIFICATES Mathematics Test (Voortentamen Wiskunde T), The TOEFL Englisch Test (Score 101), Oxygen Resuscitation, Senior First Aid and CPR, IYT International Crew Sail, VHF Marine Radio Operator, Apple iOS Technical Training Certificate, Apple Customer Experience APP (Apple Product Professional) and ASP (Apple Sales Professional) LANGUAGES Dutch, native speaker English, professional work experience, German, basic skills INTERESTS Architecture, Design, History, Musea, Photography, Model Making, Traveling, Sailing, Skiing, Football, Swimming, Gadgets, Apple. 3


CONTENT GRADUATION WORK

HYPERHUB INTERCHANGE STATION OF THE FUTURE

MASTER 2 WORK MASTER 1 WORK PRE MASTER WORK OTHER DESIGN WORK

PUBLIC BUILDING, CULTURAL CENTRE SUSTAINABLE RENOVATION DESIGN

FOR A

OF A

CINEMA

NEW ARCHITECTURE INSTITUTE

ARCHITECTURAL MEDIA

AND

COMPOSITION

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HYPERHUB Interchange Station of the Future in Amsterdam ZuidOost

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SITE

PLAN

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TASK: TO

DESIGN A COMPLEX FUTURISTIC PROJECT FOR THE YEAR 2100 IN AMSTERDAM ZUIDOOST, INTERACTING WITH THE MASTERPLAN CREATED BY STUDENTS IN THE STUDIO GROUP.

PROGRAM: HYPERLOOP-, TRAINAND METRO STATION. BUS TERMINAL, (AUTONOMOUS) CAR PARKING, UNDERGROUND HIGHWAY CROSSING, COMMERCIAL- AND PUBLIC FUNCTIONS SUCH AS RESTAURANTS, SHOPS, (SUPER)MARKETS AND PLAYGROUNDS.

SITE AREA: 25.200 M2 FLOOR AREA: 76.000 M2

At the beginning of July 2019, I graduated as Master of Science in Architecture at Technical University Delft. My project is part of the Complex Projects Graduation Studio and was about designing a Public Transport Interchange Station of the Future, called a HyperHub. The station is designed on an infrastructural node in Amsterdam Zuid-Oost for the year 2100, with an innovative hexagonal 3D printed structure, completely future proof. The key values of the design were: characteristic hexagon shapes referring to the Bijlmer flats layout. Leading to thorough research in the strongest cell structure Mother Nature created, the honeycomb structure. Which is perfectly feasible for modularity in the entire construction design. Last but not least, this made it also possible to completely design the building with 3D printability in mind. The design program is about stacking different types of public transport on top of each other, to make room for public functions on the ground level and use the surface area of the multiple infrastructural tracks as efficiently possible. A vibrant context is surrounding the building with high density urban space containing a new international business district. The functions inside are the A9 highway tunnel with exits to autonomous vehicle parking and the bus terminal in the basement, public functions on the ground floor, commercial functions on the first floor, metro, train, and hyperloop on the following three floors; making it a six-storey Hexagonal Hyper Hub Interchange Station of the Future.

4 CORE VALUES Structuralism is the methodology that implies elements of human culture must be understood by way of their relationship to a broader, overarching system or structure.

CHARACTERISTICS

STRONGEST CELL STRUCTURE

MODULARITY

3D PRINTABILITY 8


MERGING HEXAGONAL PRISMS, SYMBOLISING THE CROSSING

DEVELOPING

BUILDING

A

A

OF THE

TRANSPORT AXES.

DIAMOND SHAPED FORM, CALLED SQUARE BIFRUSTUM AND COUNTER FORM.

HEXAGONAL SPACE FRAME

WITH

MODULARITY AND 3D PRINTABILITY IN MIND.

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COMPLETE SPACE FRAME

TOP VIEW

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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TRANSVERSAL SECTION

AXONOMETRIC TRANSVERSAL SECTION

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COMPLETE MASTERPLAN

AMSTERDAM ZUID-OOST AXONOMETRIC VIEW

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ZOOM IN

ON THE

PROJECT SITE

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SLICING BUILDING

AXONOMETRIC LONGITUDINAL SECTION

COMPLETE AXONOMETRIC VIEW 14


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3

2

1

0

-1

EXPLODED VIEW FLOORS

BUILDING ELEMENTS 15


TRANSVERSAL SECTION

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LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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SECOND FLOOR, METRO STATION

EAST/WEST ELEVATION 18


THIRD FLOOR, TRAIN STATION

NORTH/SOUTH ELEVATION 19


LONGITUDINAL SECTION

TRANSVERSAL SECTION 20


DETAIL SECTION

FACADE SECTION 21


TRANSVERSAL SECTION 1

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1 22


TRANSVERSAL SECTION 2

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IMPRESSIONS

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3D Print Model TOTAL WEIGHT: 7.2 KG

TOTAL TIME: 915 HOURS/38 DAYS OF PRINTING TIME

PRINTERS USED: SOMETIMES 5 OF THE LARGEST 3D PRINTERS ON THE MARKET, AT THE SAME TIME.

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CULTURAL CENTER THE SHEDS At Former Harbour area Ringon in Gothenburg, Denmark

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SITE

PLAN

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TASK: DESIGN A PUBLIC BUILDING AT THE FORMER HARBOUR AREA OF RINGÖN IN GOTHENBURG, CONNECTING WITH THE MASTERPLAN CREATED BY WORKSHOP GROUP AT THE LOCATION VISIT.

PROGRAM: ENTRANCE HALL, MUSEUM, EXPOSITION HALL, WORKSHOP AREA, RESTAURANT, GALLERY, MULTIFUNCTIONAL ROOMS, BOOKSHOP. SITE AREA: 5.800 M2 FLOOR AREA: 6.834 M2

IMPRESSION

OF THE

BUILDING

The Sheds is a Cultural Centre which is designed and developed for one of the former harbour docks in Ringön. The goal for this new building is to be a engine for the redevelopment of this area, as well an icon of the whole of Ringön. In it’s appearance, the exterior of the building is making a reference to the chaotic way the buildings are apparently quite randomly placed in the area right now. The characteristic shapes of all these different sheds, barns and workshops are brought back into the design of the new Cultural Centre. To prevent an even more chaotic structure inside the building, there are other element added to organise it all. Referring to the strict grid structure of the roads found in the center of Gothenburg, there are two towers placed in the middel of the shed collage. These are the central meeting points in with stairways elevators and an atrium are housed to make the whole building coherent and fascinating to visit.

ON

PLOT.

CREATING A SECOND CHANNEL AS NATURAL BOUNDARY FOR RECRIATION.

BOUNDARIES SURROUNDING RINGÖN.

FROM ISOLATION

TO

CONNECTIONS.

CONNECTING TO THE MAIN LAND WITH MAKING A GRID STRUCTURE WITH TUNNELS AND VIA A BOULEVARD. ROADS AND CHANNELS. 34


FROM

ORGANISING THE DIFFERENT SHAPES OF THE BUILDINGS TO CREATING A NEW COMPOSITION BY STACKING THE SHEDS.

CAREFULLY

ORGANISING A COHERENT COMPOSITION WHICH IS THEN PERFORATED BY TWO TOWERS WITH STAIRS.

Functions Entrance Hall/Info Museum Exposition Hall Workshops Restaurant Gallery Multi Rooms Shop 35


4,000

5

6

4,000

4,000

8,680

7

4,000

3,660

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

North Elevation

4,000

4,000

8,000

4,000

4,000

7,660

8,000

4,000

15

4,000

8,000

S-06

4

4,000

S-05

3

2,000

S-04

2

2,000

S-03

1

16

17

4,000

18

4,000

19

8,000

20

2,000

21

22

2,000

24,680

4,000

23

4,000

24

4,000

25

4,000

16,000

26

2,000

27

2,000

12,000

3,810

3,810

GROUND FLOOR

4,000

A 4,000

A

Entrance

8,000

4,000

4,000

B

C

4,000

B

Workshop

C

Toilets

Shop

A: 134,127 m2

D

A: 414,000 m2

4,000

Library

8,000

18,000

E

Studio A: 157,280 m2

16,000

F

Entrance Hall / Info

m2

4,000

A: 58,819

D

A: 121,028 m2

Workshop E

8,000

4,000

A: 62,400 m2

A: 119,372 m2

Atrium Tower

F

6,000

A: 234,702 m2

S-01

5

4

3

2

1

Atrium Tower

6,000

A: 234,702 m2 8,000

I

H

S-01 I

J

4,000

J

East Elevation

G

2,000

H

West Elevation

G

K

2,000

L

8,000

A: 788,520 m2

32,680

4,000

20,680

Museum

5

A: 483,053 m2

4

Central Gathering Hall

A: 339,685 m2

3

Exposition Hall 2

2

1

K

S-02

L

M 2,000

M

S-02

N

N 1 2 3 4

8,000

8,000

5

A: 403,380 m2

Restaurant

A: 170,594 m2

A: 293,598 m2

P

6,000

Exposition Hall 3 6,340

2,000

Q

Studio

2,000

A: 86,711 m2

R

2,000

S

T

1

2,000

2

4,000

3

4,000

4

16,480

4,000

5

4,000

6

4,000

7

4,000

4,000

7,890 4,000

4,000

4,000

15,970 8,000

South Elevation 8

9

10

11

12

13

14

4,000

15

S-06

2,000

18,000

S-05

4,034

S-04

1,966

S-03

2,000 2,000

T

A: 86,711 m2

2,000

S

4,000

Studio

R

2,000

4,000

P

Q

O

Exposition Hall 1

3,660

O

6,000 4,000

16

4,000

17

12,000

4,000

18

4,000

19

20

4,000

21

10,340 4,000

22

4,000

23

4,000

24

2,000

25

2,000

26

27

SOUTH/EAST ELEVATION 36


5

6

4,000

4,000

7

4,000

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

North Elevation

4,000

4,000

4,000

4,000

4,000

16,000

4,000

4,000

15

4,000

S-06

4

4,000

S-05

3

2,000

S-04

2

2,000

S-03

1

16

4,000

17

4,000

28,000

18

4,000

19

4,000

12,000

20

2,000

21

2,000

4,000

22

4,000

23

4,000

24

4,000

10,000

25

4,000

26

2,000

27

2,000

12,000

A

A 4,000

4,000

FIRST FLOOR

4,000

B 4,000

B

4,000

C 4,000

C

4,000

D 4,000

D

E

E 4,000

4,000

Atrium Tower 8,000

A: 170,702 m2

2,000 4,000

1

3

2

5

A: 53,658 m2

J

H

S-01 I

J 4,000

4,000

8000

32,680

L 4,000

16,000

2,000

L

4,000

K 4,000

K

2,000

M

S-02

East Elevation

A: 170,702

2,000

Gallery

m2 4

2,000

4,000

1

3

2

5

I

2,000

S-01

F

G

Atrium Tower

4,000

H

West Elevation

G

16,000

4,000

4

F

S-02

Gallery

Gallery

A: 181,080 m2

A: 303,951 m2

4,000

N 4,000

N

M

O

O 4,000

4,000

Workshops A: 402,221 m2

P

A: 288,903

4,000

Terras

12,390

4,000

P

m2

2,000

R

R 2,000

4,050

2,000

Q 2,000

Q

2,000

S 2,000

S

T

T

3

4,000

4

4,000

5

4,000

6

4,000

7

4,000

4,000

30,540 4,000

4,000

4,000

4,000

4,000

South Elevation 8

9

10

11

12

13

14

4,000

15

S-06

2

4,000

S-04

1

2,000

S-03

2,000

15,750

S-05

22,050

5,320 4,000

16

4,000

17

4,000

18

4,000

19

20

14,340

4,000

21

4,000

22

4,000

23

4,000

24

2,000

25

2,000

26

27

SOUTH/WEST ELEVATION 37


+19,423

+16,000

+12,000

+8,000

+4,000

±0,000

2,000

27

2,000

26

4,000

25

4,000

24

4,000

23

4,000

22

2,000

21

2,000

20

4,000

19

4,000

18

4,000

17

4,000

16

4,000

15

4,000

14

4,000

13

4,000

12

4,000

11

4,000

10

4,000

9

4,000

8

4,000

7

4,000

6

4,000

5

4,000

4

2,000

3

2,000

2

1

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1

+19,423

+16,000

+12,000

+8,000

+4,000

±0,000

2,000

1

2,000

2

4,000

3

4,000

4

4,000

5

4,000

6

4,000

7

4,000

8

4,000

9

4,000

10

4,000

11

4,000

12

4,000

13

4,000

14

4,000

15

4,000

16

4,000

17

4,000

18

2,000

19

2,000

20

4,000

21

4,000

22

4,000

23

4,000

24

2,000

25

2,000

26

27

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 2

NORTH/EAST ELEVATION 38


+19,423

+16,000

+12,000

+8,000

+4,000

±0,000

4,000

A

4,000

B

4,000

C

4,000

D

4,000

E

4,000

F

2,000

G

2,000

H

4,000

I

4,000

J

4,000

K

2,000

L

2,000

M

4,000

N

4,000

O

4,000

P

2,000

Q

2,000

R

2,000

S

T

TRANSVERSAL SECTION 3

+19,423

+16,000

+12,000

+8,000

+4,000

±0,000

4,000

A

4,000

B

4,000

C

4,000

D

4,000

E

4,000

F

2,000

G

2,000

H

4,000

I

4,000

J

4,000

K

2,000

L

2,000

M

4,000

N

4,000

O

4,000

P

2,000

Q

2,000

R

2,000

S

T

TRANSVERSAL SECTION 4

NORTH/WEST ELEVATION 39


LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 2 40


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RENOVATION CINEMA PATHÉ Making the Cinema Sustainable with reused Materials Schouwburgplein Rotterdam

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TASK: TO MAKE THE PATHÉ CINEMA AT SCHOUWBURGPLEIN IN ROTTERDAM SUSTAINABLE AND FUTURE PROVE USING MOSTLY RECYCLED MATERIALS. PROGRAM: ENTRANCE HALL, FOYER, RESTAURANT, UNDERGROUND PARKING GARAGE, FOUR LARGE AND THREE SMALL CINEMA HALLS.

SITE AREA: 4.500 M2 FLOOR AREA: 11.090 M2

Sun Analysis S

N

How to make the Pathé Cinema Rotterdam completely sustainable and 2035 proof? This will be accomplished by the use of an advanced climate system that is completely supplied by sustainable energy due to a roof full of solar panels, a heat gaining wall and a thermal energy storage system in the ground. The system contains also a heat exchanger, floor heating and the use of pre-heating/cooling by ground temperature before clean air enters the building. The existing setup of the building is also perfect to make the whole ventilation system natural, because warm air rises and the top part of the Foyer can be used to store the overflow of hot air, to be let out by ventilation openings in the roof. Besides that, the new facade will have a much better thermal isolation then the current facade. The new aluminum curtain wall will be double glazed and the wooden structure of the current facade will be re-used in the form of an external louver system to create shading inside. And it will simultaneously cover the new facade load-bearing structure. The existing wooden columns will be sanded completely clean and impregnated by a special acetylated coating to make them last for a very long time in dutch weather conditions. It will also improve the visual connection to and from the square, and besides that, it makes the foyer lighter and it will accommodate the original idea of the heavy ‘floating’ cinema halls on top of the transparent foyer. The facades of the big cinema halls will be transformed into heat gaining walls. This is a new facade system where glycol piping is integrated into a dark concrete layer, so the sun can heat the facade and the glycol piping inside it. Especially the facade of the largest cinema hall 1 is orientated perfectly for catching as much warmth from the sunlight as possible. This will be transferred to a heat exchanger to warm up water for the floor heating. It is not necessary to replace the current load-bearing structure of the building, because the new foyer facade will carry its weight and the facade of the cinema halls will not be much heavier. This because of the old outside materials that will be stripped off and the new thin layer of concrete with the glycol piping will not be much heavier than the existing structure. This all will massively improve the sustainability of the Pathé Cinema building and at the same time make it aesthetically a much better and more beautiful building, where the actual vision of the building's architect, Koen van Velsen, actually comes to its rights as originally intended. CINEMA HALLS (+20Cº) ATRIUM, FOYER, HALLWAYS (+15Cº - +25Cº)

Visual Connection

PARKING GARAGE, BASEMENT (+10Cº) WARM

COLD 44


EXPLODED VIEW

FACADE IMPRESSIONS

EXPLODED VIEW FACADE SYSTEM

INTERLOCKING LOUVERS

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E

3.000

F

G

12.000

3.000

H

I

12.000

2.500

J

E

D

13.084

C

C

1.916

C1

B

15.000

D

A

16.599

7.000

1

7.000

1

2

6.000

10 11 12

6.000

2

13 14 15 16 17 18

3

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

3

7.000

B 7.000

B

A

A

1 2

4

4

3 4 5 6 7 18

18

7.000

7.000

8 17

17

16

16

15

15

14

14

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

5

13

13

12

12

11

11

10

10

9

9

8

8

7

7

5

16 17 18 18

6

6

5

5

4

4

3

3

2

2

1

1

7.000

7.000

17 16 15 14 13

D1

12 11 10 9 8

6

6

7 6 5

07

4 3 2

7.000

6.766

1

7

7

15.000

1.916

13.084

3.000

12.000

3.000

12.000

2.500

16.599

E

F

G

H

I

J

E

D

C

C

C1

B

D

D1

A

GROUND FLOOR

NORTH ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION 46


E

3.000

F

12.000

G

3.000

H

12.000

I

2.500

J

E

D

13.084

C

C

1.916

C1

B

15.000

D

A

16.599

7.000

1

7.000

1

6.000

2

6.000

2

3

3

23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13

B

B

12

7.000

7.000

11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4

A

A

3 2 1

7.000

4

7.000

4

5

5

18

7.000

7.000

17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

D1

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

6

7.000

6.766

6

7

7

15.000

1.916

13.084

3.000

12.000

3.000

12.000

2.500

16.599

E

F

G

H

I

J

E

D

C

C

C1

B

D

D1

A

SECOND FLOOR

EAST ELEVATION 47


48


49


LONGITUDINAL SECTION

50


DETAILS 7

PV-Panels EPDM Roofing Thermal Isolation Concrete Structure

+20.670

15.000

1.916

13.084

3.000

E

C

D

C1

E

C

D

C1

+19.500

West Facade

West Facade

12.000

3.000

12.000

2.500

+19.060

16.599 15.000

1.916

13.084

3.000

12.000

3.000

12.000

2.500

16.599

7.000

7.000

7.000

6.000

6

13

5

14

4

15

3

16

2

17

1

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

7.000

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

7.000

10

7.000

18

6.000

6.000

12

6.000

11

7.000

9 8 7

10

7.000

Inside Isolation 200mm Outside Isolation 100mm Steel Profile Timber Backplane Heat Gaining Wall

1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 8

14

7.000

7.000

10

7.000

17 9

16 15

9 10 11

12 13 14

12 13 14 15 16

6

17

17 2 1

18

2 1

18

D1

7.000

7.000

13

D1

12 11

12 11

10

10

9

9

8

8

7

6

5

07

5

4 3

East Facade

2 1

Interior

3

r Interio 2 1

East Facade

7.000

6.766

7.000

07

4

r View

6.766

+16.000

7

6

View

3.000

12.000

12.000

2.500

16.599 1.916

13.084

3.000

East Facade

200

Section A D

38

3.000

12.000

2.500

16.599

100

38

100

325

Detail A 1:5

East Facade

C1

E

C

C1

D

Detail A 1:5

325

12.000

D1

100

r View Exterio

Exterior

Section B 3.000

D1

38

Heat Gaining Wall with Glycol Piping Outside Isolation 100mm Steel Profile Inside Isolation 200mm

Interior

East Facade

15.000

Section A 100

East Facade

ew

r Vi Exterio

Exterior

Section B 13.084

3 2 1

16 15 14

200

C

7.000

7.000

16 15 14

1.916

6 5 4

2 1

17

13

15.000

10 9 8 7

5 4 3

18

17

Interio

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Heat Gaining Wall with Glycol Piping Outside Isolation 100mm Steel Profile Inside Isolation 200mm

Heat Gaining Wall with Glycol Piping Outside Isolation 100mm Steel Profile Inside Isolation 200mm

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Timber Cover Plate

Re-used Wooden Louvers from old Facade Construction

Re-used Wooden Louvers from old Facade Construction

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THE NEW ARCHITECTURE INSTITUTE Design for a replacement of the NHI (Het Nieuwe Instituut) in Rotterdam

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TASK: TO DESIGN A NEW ARCHITECTURE INSTITUTE FOR THE CITY OF ROTTERDAM AND THE WHOLE OF THE NETHERLANDS.

PROGRAM: ENTRANCE HALL, FOYER, CAFÉ/RESTAURANT, (BOOK)SHOP, MUSEUMHALLS, ARCHIVE, AUDITORIUM, OFFICES AND MULTIFUNCTIONAL ROOMS.

The inspiration for the design of this new architecture institute comes from Raumplan (Adolf Loos) and Plan Libre (Le Corbusier). The functions in this building all have their own character and atmosphere with each space a different construction and materialisation. The most important topic true this design is form and contra form, open- and closed spaces. Another way to put it, is the reaction with Yin-Yang, contrasting colours and materials, but within one coherent harmony. Some of the spaces are overlapping, with discreet and dynamic rooms.

The different independent construction types offer a completely free way in designing without boundaries, both in interior as exterior. To prevent that the building would be chaotic and confusing, the complete institute is designed SITE AREA: 6.400 M2 to be one strong building statement as a whole. By creating overlapping this kind arose Le Corbusier decided against the column grid layout, kte auftraten, hat sich Le Corbusier gegen spaces and coherent volumes, it is easy to understand the rooting and find even though in his »five points for a new architecture" he had elevalmaBigen Stützsystems entschieden, obFLOOR AREA: 7.598 M2ted the question yourof way building. regular true columnthe spacings to a principle^). en einer neuen Architektur» die Regelma-

en zum Prinzip erhoben hatte^).

Interpretation To Le Corbusier the reduction of the built volume to a pure cubic form INSPIRATIONAL IMAGES

örpers auf einen reinen Quader war für Le bewuBten architektonischen Zielsetzung. chen Grundformen sah er die »... allerild erscheint uns rein, greifbar und eindeuich seine Vorbilder, es ist die »... agyptiische Baukunst...«; es sind: »Die Pyramior, der Parthenontempel, das Kolósseum, ich aber venweist er auch auf Ingenieuretreidesilos, in denen er einen ahnlichen Form zu entdecken glaubte.

represented the expression of an established architectural goal. In basic geometric shapes he saw »... the most beautiful forms ...; the image of these is distinct and tangible within us and without ambiguity ...;« and he proceeds to list his models, ».. .Egyptian, Greek or Roman architecture ...;« such as »... the Pyramids, the Temple of Luxor, the Parthenon, the Coliseum, Hadrian's Villa.«^) At the same time he also refers to engineering structures in the USA, to grain stores in which he believed he could recognize a similar will to use geometric forms. His comparisons with the buildings of the past are somewhat one-

aumzuDarSclinitt und schios2 Ternach Sitzen

12-14 Layout and interrelationship of spaces on upper floon isometric, section and plan. 1 Livingdining room, enclosed on all sides, with full-height glazing to terrace. 2 Terrace, enclosed on all sides, open at top. 3 Covered outdoor sitting area, open to terrace

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VOLUMES

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FUNCTIONS ENTRY/LOBBY/HORECA MUSEUMHALLS ARCHIVE FOYER/ATRIUM SHOP/LIBRARY AUDITORIUM/MULTIFUNCTIONAL ROOM OFFICES

AUDITORIUM MULTI ROOM

ATRIUM

MUSEUMHALL ARCHIVE

EXPOSITION GALLERY LIBRARY

FOYER

SHOP

EXPOSITION ARCHIVE 55


GROUND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

NORTH ELEVATION 56


LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 2

WEST ELEVATION 57


LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 2 58


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EXPLODED VIEW

FACADE DETAIL 60


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ARCHITECTURAL MEDIA & COMPOSITION

UNFOLDING CUBE LABYRINTH INTO STAMPS

TASK: DESIGN

A DRAWING INSPIRED OR DISTRACTED FROM THE TEXT ‘THE LIBRARY OF BABEL’ FROM JORGE LUIS BORGES. THIS DRAWING SHOULD BE EVOLVED INTO A 2.5 DEMENTIAL SPACE.

FROM 2- TOWARD 2.5D.

Jorge Luis Borges - Fictions “If an eternal traveler should journey in any direction, he would find after untold centuries that the same volumes are repeated in the same disorder—which, repeated, becomes order: the Order. My solitude is cheered by that elegant hope.” 62


CUBE LABYRINTH AXONOMETRY

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ANALISING CUBE LABYRINTH

VOLUMES

AND HIDDEN

FRAME

LABYRINTH FRAMEWORK

FADING VOLUMES

FRAMEWORK DENSITY GRADIENT

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ANALISING CUBE LABYRINTH

GLASS LABYRINTH

LIGHT VOLUME

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WITH

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TRANSLUCENT GLASS WITH SHADOW

DARK LABYRINTH WITH TRANSPARENCY

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TRANSFORMATION, DEPTH FROM LAYERS TRUE TRANSPARENCY

USING NEGATIVE OF FRAMEWORK AND DARK LABYRINTH TRANSPARENCY

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SPATIALISATION, DEFINING SHAPE

USING OPACITY

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MODEL BUILDING PLAN, MAKING IT 2.5 DIMENSIONAL

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3D PRINTED MODEL OF ‘STACKED’ TRIANGLES

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