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by Barbara Barreda www.basestudio.cl Mitsue Kido www.mitsuekido.com KIRIGAMI BARN

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Shape Construction gesture / structure Continuity Kinetic effect

KIRIGAMI 切り紙)

Kirigami is a variation of origami that includes cutting of the paper, rather than solely folding the paper as is the case with origami, but typically does not use glue. Typically, kirigami starts with a folded base, which is then unfolded; cuts are then opened and flattened to make the finished kirigami. Simple Kirigami are usually symmetrical, such as snowflakes, pentagrams, or orchid blossoms. A difference between Kirigami and the art of “full base”, or 180 degree opening structures, is that Kirigami is made out of a single piece of paper that has then been cut.

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1. Rectangular sheet of paper. 2. Fold in half, in the vertical direction like a card. 3. System of cuts and folds, generally the cuts go one way and the folds in the opposite direction. 4. It doubles according to the diagram, mainly in the direction opposite to the fold of the letter to generate volume 5. It can be supported in a plane, in the lateral artists that form the angle or down supporting the opposite edges. 6. A volume is generated from a plane only with opposite cuts and folds. 7. A kinetic situation is generated where in one direction (front) the figure is full and in another (lateral) it is practically transparent

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-Experimentation and study of possible ways with Kirigami technique -

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Program Pavilion Art Sculpture

ART OMI

The fields Situated in the beautiful Hudson Valley in Ghent, New York and comprised of over sixty acres of rolling farmland, wetlands and wooded areas, The Fields Sculpture Park presents the works of internationally recognized contemporary and modern artists, offering the unique possibility to experience a wide range of large-scale works in a singular outdoor environment. Founded in 1998, The Fields offer more than 60 works of art on view – with several pieces added or exchanged every year. The public doorway to The Fields Sculpture Park, the Charles B. Benenson Visitors Center and Gallery, accommodates concerts, lectures, readings and dance performances developed during the Art Omi residency programs. It includes a spacious 1,500 square foot gallery for paintings, sculpture and video exhibitions, and serves as home to the adult and children’s art education programs. artomi.org We understand the experience of being residents of the Art Omi architecture program as an opportunity to design a pavilion for this venue. An opportunity to make a work of architecture / sculpture.

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-¨Over the line¨pavillion by Benjamin Cadena 2017, at Art Omi´s architecture field 2 -

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-Art Omi´s architecture field 1 -

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Vernacular Geographic context Cultural context Collective imaginary

THE BARN

The facilities, situated on three hundred acres of open land, include a large two-story barn with indoor studios; contemporary residence buildings designed with a vernacular reference to local barns, surrounded by abundant perennial beds, expansive lawns dotted with fruit trees, adjacent to The Fields Sculpture Park. artomi.org The barn in Art Omi represents the origin of the lands, a farm past that adapts to this new use as a studio for artists. From this element we rescue the vernacular, a geographical context and a cultural reference. It is in the collective imagination the figure of the barn that is associated with crops, in this area of the Hudson the main activity is agriculture, and the state of New York is among the first five states of the United States.

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-Art Omi barn with indoor studios, use for artist recidencies-

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-Art Omi barnin winter-

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-Art Omi dance residencies performance at the barn-

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-Image from inside the barn in Art Omi-

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CROSSING IDEAS

Taking into account the 3 axes that we have determined, the Kirigami as a formal and constructive technical strategy, the use as a pavilion for one of the architecture fields in Art Omi and the ideological reference of the vernacular architecture represented by the barn. Converging these ideas, the general image of the project emerges using the inverted “pop up card¨ supported on two edges maintaining the geometry of the barn. Generating an inflection in the middle, falls as a kirigami acction to create an intervention in the half part. At the ends the barn profile is preserved, generating a similar space in proportions but while approaching the center the intervention of folds, lights, shadows, transparency and intersected volumes can be seen.

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Continuity, wall becomes roof.

Roof becomes floor

¨Decompose the barn with a fold. From the wall to the ceiling , from the ceiling to the floor¨.

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The Chosen Pattern

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The Chosen Pattern

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From above Under the slope Hidden It is discovered

LOCATION

To highlight the deconstructive action of the Kirigami, the work acquires more power if it is seen from above. So the site it was chosen can be accessed from above. It was decided to place the project behind a hill, this at the same time allows the project to be discovered, that is, from the point of view of the walker is hidden and only be seen after rising the hill. The project was thought of as an object / sculpture that perches on the grass. As the same way a paper object is on the table.

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2. Discovery when approaching

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Metal plate Folds and cuts Material properties 1,2,4,8 feet modulation Collaborative system

CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM

The constructive system is considered as the logic of paper but in steel. Maintaining the idea of a single material that achieves structural capacity through cuts and folds. On the other hand, the shape of the barn constitutes a self-supporting geometry that allows greater heights and wider spaces. The system intervened as Kirigami works structurally as a large truss that form triangles of right angles. By rigidizing encounters, a rigid collaborative system is generated. The modulation is determined by the measurement of the material, such as steel plates of 4x8 feet, the measures of the entire intervention are 1, 2, 4 and 8 feet mainly. Each module considers a fold so the structures could also be transported in a container and mounted elsewhere. The joints between plates with nuts and bolts.

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-Schemes1: idea of using only one plane to build the pavilion-

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-Scheme 2: Stainless steel flat sheet modulation -

4” x 8”standard satinless steel flat metal plates

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-General section -

19.00”

34.00 “

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-Schemes2: joints possibilities and modulation-

80.00”

34.00”

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2” 1 layer

4”

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THE PROPOSAL

In the proposal of images we want to demonstrate the variables of the project and its relation with its surroundings a snowy day or a sunny day. How it is camouflaged with the color of snow and how it stands out on the lawn in the same way as a sculpture. It is proposed a use for the visitor and his family as well as for the artist who wants to make a performance about it.

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KIRIGAMI BARN by Barbara Barreda www.basestudio.cl Mitsue Kido www.mitsuekido.com

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