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NICHOLAS SOCRATES BA (Hons), BA (Hons), MA, MArch

PORTFOLIO

2013


TATE BRISTOL: EXTERIOR PUBLIC SPACES


TATE BRISTOL: PROPOSED WAPPING WHARF MASTERPLAN, SPIKE ISLAND


External ramp. parallel to the Tate Bristol building. Descending from the park plinth / Cumberland road to the harbour-side promenade

This balcony space acts as platform to view the main, double height, digital space below from a different perspective. Along this balcony various other digital installations exist. The sound elements overlap inherent in most digital art pieces, unlike ‘still’ works, functions more as an attractive and moody underscore. The total effect is often surprisingly emotional.

The yellow travellator takes visitors on a journey from a main ‘light’ gallery space, through the atrium, and arrives them immediately into the darkness of a main digital gallery. Effortlessly contrasting the visitors experience; keeping them awake, alert and excited. The public spaces and functions on the left and back of house operations, workshops, and artist studios on the right. Artists can be seen working if their internal blinds are open. On certain studio open days the entire gallery expands in size.

View from the park plinth: continuation of level from Cumberland road to park plinth & Tate Bristol’s back entrance. Public and staff carpark underneath the park plinth of a capacity of 125 parking spaces.

After travelling through the building; taken on a journey through its galleries, the visitors finally arrive on the roof. On the roof exists the sculpture garden, where numerous installations and large works live. The roof is South facing and views of the harbour and the new city park are possible.

North facing galleries on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors. Internal gallery standard climate maintained through mechanical ventilation & heating. The highest performance Low-E glass is used to maintain a steady temperature reducing the amount of mechanical heating and cooling / energy used.

View from the park plinth, looking towards Bristol Harbour in between The Library of Bristol and Tate Bristol.

Top floor gallery with double height ceiling for large works and installations. North-East & North-West facing gallery. Internal gallery standard climate is maintained through mechanical ventilation & heating. The highest performance Low-E glass is used to maintain a steady temperature reducing the amount of mechanical heating and cooling / energy used.

The entrance way from Cumberland road, which leads through to the public ramp / main atrium. It is surfaced in a hardwearing way (concrete). This is due to the amount of people passing through as a short-cut to the Harbour and also to emphasis that this is an extension to the public street.


The main atrium connects the Harbour to Cumberland Road. It is seen as a public street (and is surfaced in this way). In this space large scale installations and sculptures exist. From here the visitor has an immediate understanding of the building. The different coloured floors help orientate the visitor to understand which gallery and public function exist on which floor.

Tate Bristol has two levels, on the Eastern side, dedicated to Learning. These Learning Spaces have an abundance of public computers, which have installed the latest graphic and video software. Instead of having "hot desks" to rent office space in an isolated room, here we have communal spaces which are open, public and for all.

Throughout the building experience there will be numerous informal installations. In almost seemingly random places, installations, sculptures, projections and performances will take place. The building's flexibility due to its openness and organisation of the permanent functions allows for this.

View from across the water from the public space outside of the Llyods Bank. Showing that the Library of Bristol (left) and the Tate Bristol (right) have equal importance to the city of Bristol demonstrated by the equality of presence on the Harbour-front sky-line.

North facing galleries on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors. Internal gallery standard climate maintained through mechanical ventilation & heating. The highest performance Low-E glass is used to maintain a steady temperature reducing the amount of mechanical heating and cooling / energy used.

'The Cave' is a large circular space situated below the upper-ground level. This is a flexible industrial space which is used for digital art installations and non-commercial performances. A public space almost independent and hidden from the rest of the gallery.

Tate Bristol’s main digital art space is on a colossal scale. This space houses a selection of Tate Bristol’s permanent digital collection. This particular room has a special emphasis on the artist Ryoji Ikeda. Ryoji Ikeda’s work quivers somewhere between electronic music, digital art, installation and performance. He uses raw materials both visual and sonic: using giant screens and huge speaker systems, Ikeda gives these hidden elements something approaching the scale and monumentality of industrial manufacturing processes.

The site of Tate Bristol on Spike Island will create a flow of visitors and provide an open anchor, an interior public space and a meeting place for pedestrians and they will become the city’s new icon, whilst addressing deficiencies in accessibility, adaptability and lack of space for creative enterprise. Tate Bristol will become a creative and cultural centre for the city. Tate Bristol will be the social and creative heart of the city, connecting people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds.

Walking up the main public circulation ramp; parallel and adjacent to the externally surrounding ephemeral skin. Taking visitors on a journey; wrapping them around the extents of the building. For this ramp; it draws visitors through a main learning space and directly into the gallery. The circulation of the building is only clear one floor at a time to enhance the experience and discovery of the building.


North facing galleries on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors. Internal gallery standard climate maintained through mechanical ventilation & heating. The highest performance Low-E glass is used to maintain a steady temperature reducing the amount of mechanical heating and cooling / energy used.

Top floor gallery with double height ceiling for large works and installations. North-East & North-West facing gallery. Internal gallery standard climate is maintained through mechanical ventilation & heating. The highest performance Low-E glass is used to maintain a steady temperature reducing the amount of mechanical heating and cooling / energy used.

The site of Tate Bristol on Spike Island will create a flow of visitors and provide an open anchor, an interior public space and a meeting place for pedestrians and they will become the city’s new icon, whilst addressing deficiencies in accessibility, adaptability and lack of space for creative enterprise. Tate Bristol will become a creative and cultural centre for the city. Tate Bristol will be the social and creative heart of the city, connecting people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds.

The yellow travellator takes visitors on a journey from a main ‘light’ gallery space, through the atrium, and arrives them immediately into the darkness of a main digital gallery. Effortlessly contrasting the visitors experience; keeping them awake, alert and excited. The public spaces and functions on the left and back of house operations, workshops, and artist studios on the right. Artists can be seen working if their internal blinds are open. On certain studio open days the entire gallery expands in size.

The main atrium connects the Harbour to Cumberland Road. It is seen as a public street (and is surfaced in this way). In this space large scale installations and sculptures exist. From here the visitor has an immediate understanding of the building. The different coloured floors help orientate the visitor to understand which gallery and public function exist on which floor.

TATE BRISTOL: KEY INTERNAL SPACES

Walking up the main public circulation ramp; parallel and adjacent to the externally surrounding ephemeral skin. Taking visitors on a journey; wrapping them around the extents of the building. For this ramp; it draws visitors through a main learning space and directly into the gallery. The circulation of the building is only clear one floor at a time to enhance the experience and discovery of the building.

The entrance way from Cumberland road, which leads through to the public ramp / main atrium. It is surfaced in a hardwearing way (concrete). This is due to the amount of people passing through as a short-cut to the Harbour and also to emphasis that this is an extension to the public street.

Tate Bristol has two levels, on the Eastern side, dedicated to Learning. These Learning Spaces have an abundance of public computers, which have installed the latest graphic and video software. Instead of having "hot desks" to rent office space in an isolated room, here we have communal spaces which are open, public and for all.

This balcony space acts as platform to view the main, double height, digital space below from a different perspective. Along this balcony various other digital installations exist. The sound elements overlap inherent in most digital art pieces, unlike ‘still’ works, functions more as an attractive and moody underscore. The total effect is often surprisingly emotional.

Throughout the building experience there will be numerous informal installations. In almost seemingly random places, installations, sculptures, projections and performances will take place. The building's flexibility due to its openness and organisation of the permanant functions allows for this.

Tate Bristol’s main digital art space is on a colossal scale. This space houses a selection of Tate Bristol’s permanent digital collection. This particular room has a special emphasis on the artist Ryoji Ikeda. Ryoji Ikeda’s work quivers somewhere between electronic music, digital art, installation and performance. He uses raw materials both visual and sonic: using giant screens and huge speaker systems, Ikeda gives these hidden elements something approaching the scale and monumentality of industrial manufacturing processes.

After travelling through the building; taken on a journey through its galleries, the visitors finally arrive on the roof. On the roof exists the sculpture garden, where numerous installations and large works live. The roof is South facing and views of the harbour and the new city park are possible.

'The Cave' is a large circular space situated below the upper-ground level. This is a flexible industrial space which is used for digital art installations and non-commercial performances. A public space almost independent and hidden from the rest of the gallery.


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client The Tate UWE, Bristol

project Tate Bristol ('Tate Digital') Bristol, United Kingdom

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client The Tate UWE, Bristol

project Tate Bristol ('Tate Digital') Bristol, United Kingdom

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Consulting Engineer Gavin

Design Consultant Jono

Urban Design Consultant Louis

client The Tate UWE, Bristol

project Tate Bristol ('Tate Digital') Bristol, United Kingdom

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16

16

16

15

15

15

14

Exhibtion Gallery 023 A: 1,696.934 m2 H: 4.00 m

14

14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

13

4.14 %

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

13

13

6.73 %

29 x 0.113

6.73 %

= 3.280

12

12

0

12 0

0

0

0

Sessel

Exhibtion Gallery 023 A: 731.652 m2 H: 4.00 m

3.05 %

Tate Shop 012 A: 178.237 m2 H: 7.28 m

Sessel

6 7

11

15 x 0.172 = 2.580

0

0 0

15 x 0.172 = 2.580

8 0

9

Staircase

10

03 A: 19.065 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

0

11 0

12 13

15

14

9

8

7

6

11

10

13

12

14

11

11

15

23 x 0.174 = 4.000

Public / Circulation Space 024 A: 343.720 m2 H: 4.00 m

0

Staircase

0

03 A: 19.065 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

0 0

4 3 2 1

Staircase 03 A: 19.065 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

Pipe Work 020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

Electr 020 A: 1.477 m2 H: 4.00 m

Ramp 025 A: 44.497 m2 H: 4.00 m

Tate Cafe & Resturant (seating) 014 A: 317.785 m2 H: 7.28 m

23 x 0.174 = 4.000 Sessel

23 x 0.174 = 4.000 0

Sessel

4 3 2 1

4 3 2 1

Resturant UG Corridor 021 A: 56.689 m2 H: 4.00 m

Ramp Pipe Work

Pipe Work 020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

0

0

020 A: 1.477 m2 H: 4.00 m

Tate Shop Store 026 A: 87.065 m2 H: 4.00 m

020 A: 1.477 m2 H: 4.00 m

10

025 A: 99.018 m2 H: 4.00 m

Public / Circulation Space 024 A: 613.695 m2 H: 4.00 m

Electr

Toilet 02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 4.00 m

0

0

10 Toilet

199/5

199/5

199/5

Cleaners Room

199/5

022 A: 12.860 m2 H: 4.00 m

02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 4.00 m

Mech. 020 A: 1.061 m2 H: 4.00 m

5.77 %

6.11 %

020 A: 1.029 m2 H: 4.00 m

020 A: 1.029 m2 H: 4.00 m

0

Mech.

0

Cleaners Room 199/5

022 A: 12.860 m2 H: 4.00 m

Learing Space 022 A: 557.376 m2 H: 8.00 m

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

9

199/5

Fire Cor 017 A: 74.523 m2 H: 7.28 m

Mech.

10

Informal Educational Screenings 022 A: 87.192 m2 H: 3.28 m

Toilet 02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 4.00 m

020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

Studios Corridor 021 A: 82.860 m2 H: 4.00 m

Electr

199/5

Plant & Out of Bounds 024 A: 254.728 m2 <floor type> H: 4.00 m

9

Wind Break 024 A: 77.187 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

Plant 027 A: 65.228 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

9

0

199/5

0 199/5

Public Street / Ramp 016 A: 1,097.911 m2 H: 0.00 m

Sessel

Sessel

199/5

Meeting Place & Chill Out Zone 021 A: 337.331 m2 H: 4.00 m

0

8

0 0

0

199/5

199/5

Depot Clear Circ H-7.2m 012 A: 111.685 m2 H: 7.28 m

Wheelie Bins 026 A: 19.720 m2 H: 4.00 m

0 0

0

0

9.37 %

199/5

Void Above

199/5

8 199/5

199/5

8

199/5

199/5

199/5

Public Sculpture Garden 199/5

025 A: 2,297.528 m2 <floor type> H: 4.00 m 199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

Studios 020 A: 575.250 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

199/5

7

199/5

Loading Bay 001 A: 244.824 m2 H: 7.28 m

7

7

ICT

9.75 %

ICT

Cleaners Room

021 A: 2.870 m2 H: 4.00 m

Photographic Cataloguing 004 A: 96.365 m2 H: 7.28 m

199/5

Informal Educational Screenings 022 A: 104.848 m2 H: 3.28 m

021 A: 2.870 m2 H: 4.00 m

022 A: 9.439 m2 H: 4.00 m

Cleaners Room 022 A: 9.439 m2 H: 4.00 m

6

Mech.

Mech. 020 A: 1.044 m2 H: 4.00 m

020 A: 1.044 m2 H: 4.00 m

Toilet

Toilet 02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 4.00 m

02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 4.00 m

6

6 Cataloguing Area 006 A: 81.298 m2 H: 7.28 m

Electr Electr

020 A: 1.476 m2 H: 4.00 m

Pipe Work

020 A: 1.476 m2 H: 4.00 m

Pipe Work 020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

23 x 0.174 = 4.000

23 x 0.174 = 4.000

False inclining ceiling

Staircase

5

5

4

3

2

Fire Corridor 022 A: 66.380 m2 H: 4.00 m

Balcony / Long Installation

1

9

8

7

6

11

10

14

13

5 12

18

17

16

5

03 A: 19.065 m2 H: 18.00 m

15

22

21

20

19

25

24

23

03 A: 19.065 m2 H: 18.00 m

Transport Corridor 021 A: 36.470 m2 H: 4.00 m

Staircase

Exhibtion Equiptment Storage 025 A: 90.692 m2 H: 4.00 m

Sorting Space 015 A: 103.616 m2 H: 7.28 m

Cave 2 Gallery (void below)

023 A: 135.535 m2 H: 4.00 m

022 A: 20.274 m2 H: 4.00 m

Public Space & Entrance Area 015 A: 621.885 m2 H: 4.00 m

25 x 0.160 = 4.000

4

Service Lift 024 A: 21.403 m2 <floor type> H: 4.00 m

4

4 25 24

23

Exhibtion Prep Space & Store 025 A: 214.167 m2 H: 4.00 m

22

21

20 19

Tate Reception & Ticket Sales 014 A: 104.804 m2 H: 4.00 m

Performace Space "The Cave" 022 A: 151.988 m2 H: 7.28 m

18 17

16 15 14 13

12

Dark Gallery 024 A: 849.269 m2 H: 8.00 m

11 10

3

9 8

7 6

3.280

5 4

25 x 0.131 =

3 2

Depot Clear Circ H-7.2m 012 A: 159.324 m2 H: 7.28 m

1

3

3 Public Cloakroom 021 A: 31.154 m2 H: 4.00 m

2

2

Fire Cor / Staff Enterance 017 A: 36.215 m2 H: 4.00 m

Interim Storage (Clean) 016 A: 50.914 m2 H: 7.28 m

Security 014 A: 80.095 m2 H: 4.00 m

5 6 7 8 9 10

1 G

11

G

F

E

2

Plant 028 A: 373.771 m2 H: 2.00 m

22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12

22 x 0.164 = 3.600

Interim Storage (Isolated) 016 A: 52.998 m2 H: 7.28 m

D

C

B

F

E

D

C

B

A

1

1 G

A

F

E

D

C

B

A

16

16 16

15

15 15

14 1 2 3 4 5 6

14

7 8

14

9 10

4.14 %

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

13 6.73 %

29 x 0.113

6.73 %

= 3.280

13 13

0

0

0

12 0

0

0

0

Tate Book & Print Shop 012 A: 179.244 m2 H: 7.28 m

12

1 2 3 4 5

12

3.05 %

15 x 0.172 = 2.580

0

Tate Cafe & Coffee 014 A: 217.103 m2 H: 7.28 m

Sessel

6 7

Paid for Exhibtion Gallery 023 A: 597.024 m2 H: 4.00 m

8

Exhibtion Gallery 023 A: 1,225.129 m2 H: 4.00 m

0

9 10

15 x 0.172 = 2.580

11

0

12 13 9

8

7

6

5

4

15

14

3

2

1

11

10

13

12

14

11

15

Staircase 03 A: 19.065 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

11

Resturant Kitchen and Store 025 A: 72.363 m2 H: 4.00 m

11

10

020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

020 A: 1.477 m2 H: 4.00 m

Pipe Work 020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

199/5

199/5

Public / Circulation Space 024 A: 731.824 m2 H: 4.00 m

Electr 020 A: 1.477 m2 H: 4.00 m

Studios Corridor 021 A: 83.922 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

5.77 %

199/5

10 10

199/5

020 A: 0.704 m2 H: 4.00 m

022 A: 12.860 m2 H: 4.00 m

Cleaners Room

199/5

199/5 199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

022 A: 12.860 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

9

199/5

020 A: 1.058 m2 H: 4.00 m

Mech.

Cleaners Room Fire Corridor 022 A: 61.450 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

Mech.

199/5

02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 4.00 m

199/5

3 2 1

3 x 0.167 = 0.500

3 x 0.167 = 0.500

3 2 1

199/5

Toilet 02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 4.00 m

Toilet

Public Street / Ramp 018 A: 785.695 m2 H: 0.00 m

Plant 027 A: 65.228 m2 concrete floor H: 4.00 m

Electr

6.11 %

Auditorium Stage 021 A: 82.184 m2 H: 3.28 m

Auditorium Store & Prep Space 021 A: 49.026 m2 H: 3.28 m

020 A: 1.030 m2 H: 4.00 m

4 3 2 1

Public / Circulation Space 024 A: 746.636 m2 H: 4.00 m

Pipe Work

Mech.

Fire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent 017 A: 140.292 m2 H: 3.28 m

199/5

03 A: 7.694 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

23 x 0.174 = 4.000

4 3 2 1

Lifts Toilet 02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 3.28 m

199/5

23 x 0.174 = 4.000

Tate Shop Store 026 A: 87.065 m2 H: 3.28 m

199/5

020 A: 1.477 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

Staircase

Electr

199/5

020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

03 A: 19.065 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

Staircase 03 A: 19.065 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

Pipe Work

199/5

4 3 2 1

21 x 0.156 = 3.280

9

199/5 199/5 199/5

8

199/5

8

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5 199/5

199/5

199/5 199/5

199/5

199/5

Learning Space 021 A: 658.835 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

7

199/5

Studios 020 A: 575.208 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

Loading Bay 001 A: 245.145 m2 H: 7.28 m

199/5

199/5

199/5

9.37 %

199/5

9.50 %

199/5

Wood Workshop 023 A: 358.548 m2 H: 3.28 m

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

8

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

199/5

Wheelie Bins 026 A: 19.720 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

3.48 %

199/5

199/5

Auditorium 021 A: 299.996 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

199/5

199/5

9

199/5

199/5

Depot Clear Circ H-7.2m 012 A: 108.768 m2 H: 7.28 m

7

Parking 66 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

022 A: 8.866 m2 H: 4.00 m

7

02 A: 41.925 m2 H: 3.28 m

Lifts 03 A: 7.694 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

ICT ICT

Parking 68 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Toilet

9.75 %

9.75 %

Parking 67 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

020 A: 1.044 m2 H: 4.00 m

199/5

Cleaners Room

Mech.

Cataloguing Area 006 A: 81.298 m2 H: 7.28 m

199/5

Parking 69 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Storage under ramp Deep Storage H-2m 010 A: 155.511 m2 H: 1.60 m

021 A: 2.870 m2 H: 4.00 m

021 A: 2.870 m2 H: 4.00 m

Cleaners Room

6

020 A: 1.245 m2 H: 4.00 m

020 A: 1.044 m2 H: 4.00 m

020 A: 1.476 m2 H: 4.00 m

Pipe Work

1 2 3 4

020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

Toilet 02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 4.00 m

Toilet 02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 4.00 m

Metal Workshop 022 A: 276.785 m2 H: 3.28 m

Electr

Public Circulation 015 A: 110.692 m2 H: 3.28 m

022 A: 9.439 m2 H: 4.00 m

Mech.

Mech.

Parking 69 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Storage under ramp Depot H-2.2m 008 A: 159.698 m2 H: 2.50 m

Photographic Cataloguing 004 A: 129.778 m2 H: 7.28 m

Cleaners Room

022 A: 9.439 m2 H: 4.00 m

Parking 69 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

6 6

21 x 0.156 = 3.280

Electr 020 A: 1.476 m2 H: 4.00 m

020 A: 1.476 m2 H: 4.00 m

Pipe Work

1 2 3 4

020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

23 x 0.174 = 4.000 Staircase

23 x 0.174 = 4.000

5

020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Electr

Staircase 03 A: 19.065 m2 H: 18.00 m

Sorting Space 015 A: 104.194 m2 H: 7.28 m

Pipe Work

03 A: 19.065 m2 H: 18.00 m

Studios Corridor 021 A: 37.349 m2 H: 4.00 m

Staircase 03 A: 19.065 m2 H: 18.00 m

11

23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12

Void Above

5

Cleaners Cupboard

14

13

18

17

16

15

23

22

21

20

19

25

24

5

Fire Corridor 022 A: 64.912 m2 H: 4.00 m

022 A: 15.674 m2 H: 4.00 m

Fire Corridor 022 A: 65.211 m2 H: 4.00 m

Exhibtion Cave 2 021 A: 99.879 m2 H: 3.28 m 25 x 0.160 = 4.000

4

Parking 102 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

25

Depot H-3.2m 011 A: 230.717 m2 H: 3.28 m

Dark Gallery 023 A: 925.353 m2 H: 8.00 m

24

Depot H-3.2m 011 A: 193.226 m2 H: 3.28 m

Dark Gallery

23 22

21

Parking 128 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

20 19

18 17

024 A: 997.029 m2 H: 4.00 m

Parking 103 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 102 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

16 15 14

4 4

13

12

Parking 127 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

11

The Cave / Performance & Instal 021 A: 562.664 m2 H: 3.28 m

10

9 8

7 6

Parking 105 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 104 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

3

Studio Storage 025 A: 215.260 m2 H: 4.00 m

Parking 104 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 103 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 125 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

25 x 0.131 =

3 2

1

3.280

5 4

Parking 124 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Electr 023 A: 1.125 m2 H: 3.28 m

Parking 105 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Depot H-7.2m 012 A: 158.159 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 122 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Exhibtion Prep Space & Store 025 A: 215.195 m2 H: 4.00 m

3 3

Parking 106 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring Parking 121 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring Parking 107 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Fire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent 017 A: 296.765 m2 H: 3.28 m

2

Parking 120 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring Parking

Interim Storage (Isolated) 016 A: 49.855 m2 H: 7.28 m

1 2 3 4

A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

22 x 0.164 = 3.600

Interim Storage (Clean) 016 A: 51.613 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 119 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Tate Offices 014 A: 284.707 m2 H: 7.28 m

1 G

F

E

D

C

B

2 2 22 x 0.164 = 3.600

Parking 118 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 117 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

1 2 3 4

A Parking 116 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

1 1 G

Parking 115 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

G

Parking 114 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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E

D

C

B

A

F

E

D

C

B

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15

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4.14 %

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

13

20

14

21

6.73 %

29

22

13 x 0.1

23

6.73 %

=

24

80 3.2

25 26

00 8.4

27 28

13

0

0

0

12 0

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0

0

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1 2 3

3.05 %

Tate Cafe & Coffee 014 A: 217.103 m2 H: 7.28 m

15 x 0.172 = 2.580

0

4 5

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6 7

9

8

0

9

12

10

15 x 0.172 = 2.580

11

0

12 13 9

15

14

8

13

12

7

6

11

10

5

4

3

2

1

14

11

15

00 8.4

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03 A: 19.065 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

6 .15 x0

1

2

= 80 3.2

4 3 2 1

020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

Electr 020 A: 1.477 m2 H: 4.00 m

8

Parking 48 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

10 Parking 49 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Mech.

5.77 %

Parking 51 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

3

Parking 52 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring Parking 53 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

9

Parking 54 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring Parking 55 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 59 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Depot Clear Circ H-7.2m 012 A: 108.768 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 56 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 60 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

3.48 %

Auditorium 021 A: 299.996 m2 H: 4.00 m

Wheelie Bins 026 A: 19.720 m2 H: 4.00 m

00

8.4

2 1

3 x 0.167 = 0.500

3 2 1

3 x 0.167 = 0.500

10

Public Street / Ramp 018 A: 785.695 m2 H: 0.00 m

7

Parking 50 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

6.11 %

Auditorium Stage 021 A: 82.184 m2 H: 3.28 m

Auditorium Store & Prep Space 021 A: 49.026 m2 H: 3.28 m

020 A: 1.030 m2 H: 4.00 m

Fire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent 017 A: 140.292 m2 H: 3.28 m

Plant 027 A: 65.228 m2 concrete floor H: 4.00 m

00 8.4

03 A: 7.694 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

Parking 18 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 57 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 61 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 58 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 17 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 62 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

8 Parking 63 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 16 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 64 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 19 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 15 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 65 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Loading Bay 001 A: 245.145 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 67 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

7

022 A: 8.866 m2 H: 4.00 m

Parking 47 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

020 A: 1.044 m2 H: 4.00 m

02 A: 41.925 m2 H: 3.28 m

Lifts 03 A: 7.694 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

Parking 102 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 68 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Toilet

Parking 69 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

6

Parking 103 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 129 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 69 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Storage under ramp Depot H-2.2m 008 A: 159.698 m2 H: 2.50 m

Electr 020 A: 1.476 m2 H: 4.00 m

020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

Parking 89 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 105 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 43 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 44 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 90 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Void Above

Parking 102 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

25 23

22

21

Parking 128 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

20 19 18 17

Parking 103 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 102 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

16 15 14

Parking 30 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 39 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 111 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 82 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 94 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 30 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 29 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 39 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 40 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 110 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 83 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 93 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

24

Depot H-3.2m 011 A: 193.226 m2 H: 3.28 m

Parking 29 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 28 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring Parking 40 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 41 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 109 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 84 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring Parking 28 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 27 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 41 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 42 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 108 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 85 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 92 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

4

Parking 42 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 43 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 107 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 86 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 91 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Exhibtion Cave 2 021 A: 99.879 m2 H: 3.28 m

Depot H-3.2m 011 A: 230.717 m2 H: 3.28 m

Parking 106 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 87 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

5

Parking 8 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 27 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 26 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Staircase 03 A: 19.065 m2 H: 18.00 m

Sorting Space 015 A: 104.194 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 9 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 26 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 25 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

21 x 0.156 = 3.280

Parking 88 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 10 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 25 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 24 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 44 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 45 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 11 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 24 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 23 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 45 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 46 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 104 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Pipe Work

1 2 3 4

Public Circulation 015 A: 110.692 m2 H: 3.28 m

Parking 46 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 47 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 12 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 23 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 22 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 67 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Mech.

Parking 13 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 22 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 21 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 66 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Cleaners Room

Parking 14 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 21 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 20 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 68 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 69 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Storage under ramp Deep Storage H-2m 010 A: 155.511 m2 H: 1.60 m

Photographic Cataloguing 004 A: 129.778 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 20 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 19 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 66 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Cataloguing Area 006 A: 81.298 m2 H: 7.28 m

00 9.2 10

Tate Shop Store 026 A: 87.065 m2 H: 3.28 m

Lifts Toilet

4

11

Pipe Work

02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 3.28 m

3

Resturant Kitchen and Store 025 A: 72.363 m2 H: 4.00 m

21 x 0.156 = 3.280

13

12

Parking 127 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

11

The Cave / Performance & Instal 021 A: 562.664 m2 H: 3.28 m

10 9

8 7

6

2

1

Parking 104 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 103 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 125 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

25 x 0.131 =

4 3

3.280

5

Parking 104 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

3 Parking 124 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Depot H-7.2m 012 A: 158.159 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 122 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 107 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 106 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

2 Interim Storage (Isolated) 016 A: 49.855 m2 H: 7.28 m

1 2 3 4

Parking 120 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 119 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

1 F

E

D

C

B

Parking 100 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 110 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

D F

Parking 101 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

00

.2 10 Parking 111 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 110 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 117 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

E Parking 99 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 109 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 109 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 118 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

G

Parking 98 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 108 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

22 x 0.164 = 3.600

Interim Storage (Clean) 016 A: 51.613 m2 H: 7.28 m

concrete flooring

Parking 79 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 108 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 107 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Fire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent 017 A: 296.765 m2 H: 3.28 m

Parking 80 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 97 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 121 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 31 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 113 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 96 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 106 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 105 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 112 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 81 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 95 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring Parking 105 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 111 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

A

G

Parking 116 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

0

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10

21 1 6=

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Parking 115 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

2

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4

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H 0

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10

12.5m

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GROUND FLOOR: 1:500


16

15

14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

4.14 %

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

13

20 21

6.73 %

29

22

13 x 0.1

23

6.73 %

= 80 3.2

24 25 26 27 28

0

12 0

0

0

0

Sessel

3.05 %

Tate Shop 012 A: 178.237 m2 H: 7.28 m

Sessel

6 7

15 x 0.172 = 2.580

0

0

0

15 x 0.172 = 2.580

8 0

9 10

0

11 0

12 13

9

15

8

14

13

7

11

10

12

6

14

11

15

0

0

Staircase 03 A: 19.065 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

0 0

Tate Cafe & Resturant (seating) 014 A: 317.785 m2 H: 7.28 m

23 x 0.174 = 4.000 Sessel

4 3 2 1

Sessel

0

Resturant UG Corridor 021 A: 56.689 m2 H: 4.00 m Pipe Work Electr 0

020 A: 1.477 m2 H: 4.00 m

0

020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

Tate Shop Store 026 A: 87.065 m2 H: 4.00 m

0

0

10 Informal Educational Screenings 022 A: 87.192 m2 H: 3.28 m

Toilet

Mech. 020 A: 1.029 m2 H: 4.00 m

5.77 %

6.11 %

02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 4.00 m

Fire Cor 017 A: 74.523 m2 H: 7.28 m

9

0

Plant 027 A: 65.228 m2 H: 4.00 m

Depot Clear Circ H-7.2m 012 A: 111.685 m2 H: 7.28 m

Public Street / Ramp 016 A: 1,097.911 m2 H: 0.00 m

Sessel

Meeting Place & Chill Out Zone 021 A: 337.331 m2 H: 4.00 m

Wheelie Bins 026 A: 19.720 m2 H: 4.00 m

0

0

0

0

8

Loading Bay 001 A: 244.824 m2 H: 7.28 m

7 Informal Educational Screenings 022 A: 104.848 m2 H: 3.28 m

ICT 021 A: 2.870 m2 H: 4.00 m

Photographic Cataloguing 004 A: 96.365 m2 H: 7.28 m

Cleaners Room 022 A: 9.439 m2 H: 4.00 m

Mech. 020 A: 1.044 m2 H: 4.00 m

Toilet 02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 4.00 m

6 Cataloguing Area 006 A: 81.298 m2 H: 7.28 m

Electr

Pipe Work 020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

1 2 3 4

020 A: 1.476 m2 H: 4.00 m

23 x 0.174 = 4.000

False inclining ceiling

Staircase 03 A: 19.065 m2 H: 18.00 m

1

4

3

2

6

5

8

7

9

11

10

12

15

14

5 13

17

16

19

18

21

20

24

23

25

22

Exhibtion Equiptment Storage 025 A: 90.692 m2 H: 4.00 m

Sorting Space 015 A: 103.616 m2 H: 7.28 m

Cave 2 Gallery (void below) 022 A: 20.274 m2 H: 4.00 m

Public Space & Entrance Area 015 A: 621.885 m2 H: 4.00 m

25 x 0.160 = 4.000

4 25

24 23

22

21 20 19

Tate Reception & Ticket Sales 014 A: 104.804 m2 H: 4.00 m

Performace Space "The Cave" 022 A: 151.988 m2 H: 7.28 m

18 17

16 15 14

13

12 11

10 9

8 7

6

25 x 0.131 =

1

3.280

5

4 3 2

Depot Clear Circ H-7.2m 012 A: 159.324 m2 H: 7.28 m

3 Public Cloakroom 021 A: 31.154 m2 H: 4.00 m

Interim Storage (Clean) 016 A: 50.914 m2 H: 7.28 m

2

Fire Cor / Staff Enterance 017 A: 36.215 m2 H: 4.00 m

Security 014 A: 80.095 m2 H: 4.00 m

5 6 7 8 9 10

22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12

22 x 0.164 = 3.600

Interim Storage (Isolated) 016 A: 52.998 m2 H: 7.28 m

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UPPER GROUND FLOOR: 1:500

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VIEW FROM THE HARBOUR


VIEW FROM THE PROMENADE (NEXT TO M-SHED)


VIEW FROM THE PARK PLINTH


VIEW FROM WITHIN ONE OF THE NORTH FACING GALLERIES


MAIN DIGITAL SPACE


VIEW FROM THE CAVE


INFORMAL INSTALLATION / DIGITAL SPACE


TATE BRISTOL: VARIOUS INTERIOR VIEWS


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Wapping

Caisson

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Piers

Crane

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Bollards

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Bollard

Sloping masonry

(Swing)

1 to 84

El Sub Sta

Dock

Albion Docks Boatyard

Bol

Bollards

Graving

Swing-bridge

Steamship Chy

House

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Wharf Baltic

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Maritime Heritage

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masonry

Whar f

Centre

Works

22

Sluice

Works

24

Bol

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Works

27

11 13

Bathurst Wharf Works

10

Harbour Walk

Trin Mills

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Car Park

80

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Crane

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86

Bollard

90

Parad

91

96 94

Bathu

119

10.4m

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CUMBERLAND

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121

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24 25 27

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17 18 19

11 12 14

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13 15 16

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SUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNT As part of our Studio B site anaylsis, I was set the task to â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;mapâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;transportation and communicationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; within Spike Island.

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METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNT From a DWG site plan of Spike Island, in Archicad, I started separating areas into their different functions and uses. I made one â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;mapâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; with all uses on it and I put each separate use on its own layer. From this one drawing with lots of information - I could then turn off other layers to poduce a series of drawings which communicated different functions and uses

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ANALYTICAL ACCOUNT Becasue of the amibguity of the spaces on Spike Island - mapping the pedestrian routes was not always straight forward. For example the pedestrian route or desire way may include cutting through a carpark or an unused/undesignated space. This unplanned aspect to the island I found quite refreshing. Figure grounds are interesting, but perhaps not always useful. I combined the layers of the figure ground with the houses back gardens and also restricted zones physical and psychological. The diagram which explodes these different â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;mapsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; upwards - I found not really necessary and it was easier to view these drawings individually on plan view.

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31

17 18 22

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ONIAN

3to6

Wh

Cotta

(Sea Cadet Corps)

NOVA

CALED

6

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Ba

Deal

FB

L LOCK

Club

rds

24

arf

(Activities Centre)

Wharf

Sluice

Car Park

BRUNE

ng

d

Avon Quay

Cotta

ges

Wharf

WAY

Rowi

Bolla

Bolla TCB

Bollards

rds

5 to 10

LE NVILE GRE PLAC

Dock

9.4m

GP

MC ADAM

Merchants Quay

1 to 16

Bol

Car Park

Works

rt Cou

Old

PC

By

21

s

19 20 23

Bollar

Slop

24 27 29

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Cumberland Basin Bridge (Swing)

D

25 26 28

mas

38

ing

36

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K ROA

Court

GP

LOC

Works

John

NEL

5 to 10

BRU

Bollards

Slipway

11 13 15

12 14 16

17 18 22

12

GP

nd Portla

Plinth

Bol lard

9.1m

SPIKE ISLAND SITE ANALYSIS

Sloping

Caisson

SM

masonry

Caisson

C

SM Bolla

rds

arf

SS

Bollards

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tha Cha

Bolla

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Gre

Boll

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Jetty

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(Sw ing)

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SUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNT As well as mapping the transportation and communications I was also given the task, of unofficial site analysis, to record the levels of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Freedom and Controlâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on the island.

Albion Docks Boatyard

Bol

El Sub Sta

rds

ving

Bolla

Gra

Swing-bridge

Ra

ilw

ay

SM

Wh

arf

masonry

Sluice

Bol

SM

9.1m

Bathurst Wharf Bollards

Slipway

Merchants Quay

GP

Bol

Car Park

mas

Bolla

Bollar

ds

TCB

Bollar

Slop

rf

CALED

ce's

ROAD

E

Wa

LA

IA PLAC

E

Y WA

lling

Railwa

CALE

DONIA

N ROAD

rf

ce's

CE R PLA

DA

Y WA

Walk

8.5m

Bollards Crane

CLO

Car Park

13.7m

CUMBERLAND

ROAD

9.4m

y

Path

wa

Slip

Mean High

9.1m

FB

Mean Low Water

SM

Mud

Water

14.9m

Springs

LB

9.4m

CUMB

ERLAN D ROAD

AV

Bollards

ON

TCB

ES

CR

Bollard

CE

9.1m

Mean

Mud

MP

NT RLAND

9.4m

Wapping Railway Wharf SM

SM

10.4m

SE

FLE

GE

9.4m

Slip

Car Park

Bollards

SM

NA

CA

Chy

Wha

Prin

OVE

D

Stone

Patent

CHALLONER COURT

Cran

Trave

arf

8.2m Slipway

UE

Harbour

El Sub Sta

EY ROW

SYDN

ROA

AD

RO

DA

NA

CA

ON AVEN ASHT

ANALYTICAL ACCOUNT Because of the subjectivity of the experiment 3 other people were called in to do the same task. It appears I felt more comfortable than everyone else. Representing the data in colour - using the gradient from yellow (comfortable/freedom) to red (control) was visually informative.

ng

y Wh

El Sub Sta

SCOT

WAPPING ROAD

NOVA

ROAD

WAY

HAN

ND

WA Y

MC ADAM

PLACE

Harbour Walk

ER

WICK

RY E FER

MB Car Park

BRUNS

DYK MAR

CU EA D

AD

es

ppi

CL

LAN

ER

MB

CU

L LOCK

HM

RO

Car Park

OS

D

FB Car Park

BRUNE

AS N

ROA RY

El Sub Sta

Wh

Wharf

Sluice

WAY

EA TO

Cn Bols

FER

ltic

Ba

Wharf

GAS

LE NVILE GRE PLAC

arf

(Activities Centre) 9.4m

GP

MC ADAM

SM

Wha

Prin

D

d

ONIAN

Posts

Avon Quay

Bollards

ing

Cumberland Basin Bridge (Swing)

D

METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNT As I walked around the site I marked on a scale of 1 to 5 the levels of comfortability I felt in all areas on Spike Island. Using the same Archicad drawing I recorded these findings onto the computer and translated the numerical data to the visual representation in the form of colour.

rds

onry

K ROA

High

10.7m

Water

ROAD

Sloping

CUMBE

masonry

14.0m

Cn

Bol

Cn

Mud

)

Railway

(disused

Sloping

8.5m

masonry

LAND

Mud

D ROA

BER

Mud

s

GP

LOC

Bol lard

NEL

DRAYCOT PLACE

BRU

Mean High

Water

SM

MLW

CUM

SM

Wat

12.5m SM

SM SM

er

n Low

SM Sloping

Mea

masonry

SM

Mud

Bols

Mud

Sloping

Caisson

masonry

Caisson

SM

C

SM Bolla rds

arf

SS

Bollards

m Wh

tha

Bolla

rds

Gre

Boll ards

at Brit

Cha

ain C

Jetty

Cn

Slopin

Pier

s

Bollard s

g maso

nry

Bollard

Sloping mason ry

Chy

Wa

ing)

pp

ing

(Sw

rf

ic Wha

Balt Sloping

El Sub Sta

k Doc

Albion Docks Boatyard

Bol

rds Bolla

ving Gra

Swing-bridge

Ra

ilw

ay

SM

Wh

arf

masonry

Sluice

Bol

SM

9.1m

Bathurst Wharf Bollards

Slipway

Merchants Quay

GP

Bol

Car Park

Cumberland Basin Bridge (Swing)

D

Bolla

Bolla

Slop

rds

TCB

Bollar

K ROA

mas

rf

CALED

ce's Prin

ROAD

Wharf

Sluice

RY FER

E

D

FB

NOVA

ROAD

ppi

IA PLAC

E

Y WA

Y WA

N ROAD

8.5m

Crane

Car Park

13.7m

CUMBERLAND

ROAD

9.4m

FB

Path

Mean High

9.1m

Mean Low Water

Water

Springs

SM

Mud 14.9m

LB

9.4m

CUMB

ERLAN

AV

Bollards

D ROAD

ON

TCB

CR ES

Bollard

CE

9.1m MP

NT

RLAND

ROAD

9.4m

Wapping Railway Wharf SM

CLO

y

wa

Slip

Mean

Mud

High

10.7m

Water Sloping

CUMBE

Car Park

Bollards

SM

SM

10.4m

SE

FLE

GE Slip

CHALLONER COURT

Wha

Bollards

NA

Caravan Site

Patent

es

rf

ce's

Prin

CE

DA

Walk

CA

Chy

Cran

Trave

arf

DONIA

R PLA

Stone

9.4m

lling

Railwa

CALE

D

ON AVEN ASHT

Harbour

El Sub Sta

EY ROW

SYDN

OVE

DA

NA

CA 8.2m Slipway

UE

ng

y Wh

El Sub Sta

SCOT

WAY

PLACE

Harbour Walk

MC ADAM

ROA

WICK

AD

RO

BRUNS

HAN

ND

WA Y

RY

Car Park

LA

D

E FER

ER

EA

AD

DYK

L LOCK

MB

HM

RO

MAR

BRUNE

CU

N

Wa

CL

LAN

ER

MB

CU

AS

EA TO

Car Park

OS

WAY Car Park

SM

Cn Bols

WAPPING ROAD

Wharf

MC ADAM

El Sub Sta

Wh

GAS

LE NVILE GRE PLAC

arf

ltic

Ba

Wha

ROA

D

d

ONIAN

Posts

Avon Quay (Activities Centre) 9.4m

GP

Bollards

rds

onry

ing

masonry

14.0m

Cn

Bol

Railway

Cn

Mud

)

(disused

Sloping

8.5m

Mud

D

masonry

LAND

ROA

BER

Mud

Mean High MLW

s

GP

LOC

Bol lard

NEL

DRAYCOT PLACE

BRU

Water

SM

CUM

SM

Wat

12.5m SM

SM SM

er

n Low

SM Sloping

masonry

Mea

SM Bols

Mud

Mud

SPIKE ISLAND SITE ANALYSIS: FREEDOM AND CONTROL

SPIKE ISLAND SITE ANALYSIS: FREEDOM AND CONTROL


SUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNT The last three images are of masterplans of the proposed Whapping Wharf site on Spike Island. METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNT These 3 masterplan drawings were all produced using Archicad, but the render on the previous page was then taken into Artlantis where textures were added. ANALYTICAL ACCOUNT I feel that this plan on this page is very successful. It is quite a beautiful drawing and there is more information for the proposed building. The beige colour of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;streetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;/ promandae is continued through the centre of the proposed building to emphasise that the buildings atrium space is to be seen as a route through and an extension of the public realm. The render on the previous page is very impressive as it shows that the surrounding buildings have been modelled and it is possible to view the proposed buildings in relation to their context. However, the render does appear very computerized and in that sense it is not very realistic at all. I think at least placing some people on this render and boats in the river would help give that drawing a bit of life. The wire-frame drawing (2 pages back) is also impressive. It is good to see the 2 grids (of the proposed buildings and of the car park/public park plinth. Also it is possible to understand the heights of the building with the wire-frame, as well as the topology of land. However, as far as a wire-frame drawing this one is not really very useful. Wire-frames are good, but it is important to be clear about what is being shown. A wire-frame masterplan is from too far away to be able to be useful.

COURT

WAPPING

ROAD

CE DRAYCOT PLA

CHALLONER

9.4m

16

8.400

15

8.400

14 1 2 3 4 5 6

8.400

7 8 9 10

4.14 %

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

13

20

14

21

6.73 %

29

22

x 0.113

23

6.73 %

=

24

3.280

25 26

8.400

27 28

13

0

0

0

12 0

8.400

0

0

0

Tate Book & Print Shop 012 A: 179.244 m2 H: 7.28 m

1 2 3

3.05 %

15 x 0.172 = 2.580

0

Tate Cafe & Coffee 014 A: 217.103 m2 H: 7.28 m

4 5

Sessel

6 7

9

8

0

9

12

10

15 x 0.172 = 2.580

11

0

12 13 9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

11

10

15

14

13

12

14

11

15

21 x 0.156

1

2

= 3.280

4 3 2 1

020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

Electr 020 A: 1.477 m2 H: 4.00 m

10

8

Parking 49 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Mech.

5.77 %

Parking 51 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

3 2 1

3 x 0.167 = 0.500

3 2 1

Parking 52 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring Parking 53 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

9

Parking 54 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 56 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 60 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 18 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 57 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 61 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 58 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 17 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 62 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

8

8.400

3.48 %

Auditorium 021 A: 299.996 m2 H: 4.00 m

6

Parking 55 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 59 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Depot Clear Circ H-7.2m 012 A: 108.768 m2 H: 7.28 m

8.400

Public Street / Ramp 018 A: 785.695 m2 H: 0.00 m

3 x 0.167 = 0.500

10

Wheelie Bins 026 A: 19.720 m2 H: 4.00 m

7

Parking 50 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

6.11 %

Auditorium Stage 021 A: 82.184 m2 H: 3.28 m

Auditorium Store & Prep Space 021 A: 49.026 m2 H: 3.28 m

020 A: 1.030 m2 H: 4.00 m

Fire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent 017 A: 140.292 m2 H: 3.28 m

Plant 027 A: 65.228 m2 concrete floor H: 4.00 m

8.400

03 A: 7.694 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

Parking 48 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 63 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

5

Parking 16 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 64 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 19 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

020 A: 1.476 m2 H: 4.00 m

020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

Parking 89 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

1 2 3 4

Parking 46 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 104 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Pipe Work

Parking 105 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 88 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Exhibtion Cave 2 021 A: 99.879 m2 H: 3.28 m

4

Parking 102 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

25

Depot H-3.2m 011 A: 230.717 m2 H: 3.28 m

23 22 21

Parking 39 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 40 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 110 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

3

Parking 7 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 6 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 5 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 30 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 29 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

2

Parking 4 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 30 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 3 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 39 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 2 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

1

0 10.20

Parking 128 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

20 19

18

Parking 83 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 93 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

24

Depot H-3.2m 011 A: 193.226 m2 H: 3.28 m

Parking 8 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 29 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 28 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring Parking 40 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 41 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 109 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 84 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 92 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 9 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 28 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 27 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 41 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 42 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 108 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 85 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 27 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 26 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring Parking 42 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 43 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 107 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 86 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 91 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

8.400

Parking 90 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 26 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 25 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 43 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 44 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 106 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 87 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

5

Void Above

10.7m

4

Parking 10 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 25 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 24 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 44 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 45 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

21 x 0.156 = 3.280

Staircase 03 A: 19.065 m2 H: 18.00 m

Sorting Space 015 A: 104.194 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 11 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 24 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 23 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 45 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

8.400

Electr

Public Circulation 015 A: 110.692 m2 H: 3.28 m

Parking 46 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 47 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 103 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 129 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 69 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Storage under ramp Depot H-2.2m 008 A: 159.698 m2 H: 2.50 m

Parking 23 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 22 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 102 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 69 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

6

A

Parking 47 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 67 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 68 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Toilet 02 A: 41.925 m2 H: 3.28 m

Parking 12 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

8.400

022 A: 8.866 m2 H: 4.00 m

020 A: 1.044 m2 H: 4.00 m

Parking 13 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 22 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 21 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 66 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Cleaners Room

Mech.

Lifts 03 A: 7.694 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

Parking 14 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 21 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 20 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 68 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 69 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Storage under ramp Deep Storage H-2m 010 A: 155.511 m2 H: 1.60 m

Photographic Cataloguing 004 A: 129.778 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 20 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 19 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 67 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

7

8.400

Parking 15 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 65 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 66 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Loading Bay 001 A: 245.145 m2 H: 7.28 m

Cataloguing Area 006 A: 81.298 m2 H: 7.28 m

00 109.2

Tate Shop Store 026 A: 87.065 m2 H: 3.28 m

Lifts Toilet

4

11

Pipe Work

02 A: 41.925 m2 ceramic tile H: 3.28 m

3

Resturant Kitchen and Store 025 A: 72.363 m2 H: 4.00 m

21 x 0.156 = 3.280

9.4m

8.400

Staircase 03 A: 19.065 m2 ceramic tile H: 18.00 m

17

Parking 103 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 102 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

16 15

14

Parking 111 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 82 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 94 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 1 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

13 12

Parking 127 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

11

The Cave / Performance & Instal 021 A: 562.664 m2 H: 3.28 m

10 9

8 7

6

Parking 125 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

25 x 0.131 =

3.280

5

4 3

2 1

Parking 104 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 103 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 95 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring Parking 105 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 104 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

3 Parking 124 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 122 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 107 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 106 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

1 2 3 4

22 x 0.164 = 3.600

Interim Storage (Isolated) 016 A: 49.855 m2 H: 7.28 m

E

Parking 119 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

D

C

B

E

0

Parking 34 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

0

Parking 35 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 100 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 110 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

D

Parking 36 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

F

Parking 101 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

0 10.20

ER

B UM

Parking 111 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

A

G

Parking 116 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

21 x 0.156

1

2

3

AD

RO

C

0 10.20

Parking 115 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

ND

LA

C

Parking 111 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 110 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 117 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

B

10.20

Parking 99 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 109 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 109 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 118 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

F

Parking 98 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 120 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring Parking 108 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

1 G

0 10.20

Parking 33 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 79 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 108 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 107 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

2

Parking 32 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 80 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 97 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 121 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Fire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent 017 A: 296.765 m2 H: 3.28 m

Interim Storage (Clean) 016 A: 51.613 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 31 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 113 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 96 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 106 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 105 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Depot H-7.2m 012 A: 158.159 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 112 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 81 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

= 3.280

4

Parking 114 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

H 0 10.20

12.5m

I 0

K

J

10.20

0 10.20

0 10.20

0 10.20

MASTERPLAN SKETCHES

SITE PLAN / MASTERPLAN

SUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNT These initial computer renders show the proportionate dimensions of the newly proposed major buildings in relation to one another and in relation to the existing buildings on site. METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNT The existing buildings on this model are just masses and also, at this point of the design, the proposed buildings too are simply masses. These masses were all modelled accurately on Archicad. ANALYTICAL ACCOUNT As a means to design from, the modelling of the exising surrounding buildings and the overall site was very useful to me. Meaning I could then focus on the designing of the proposed building(s)

INITIAL MASTERPLAN RENDERS

RENDERED MASTERPLAN


SUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNT The last three images are of masterplans of the proposed Whapping Wharf site on Spike Island. METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNT These 3 masterplan drawings were all produced using Archicad, but the render on the previous page was then taken into Artlantis where textures were added. ANALYTICAL ACCOUNT I feel that this plan on this page is very successful. It is quite a beautiful drawing and there is more information for the proposed building. The beige colour of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;streetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;/ promandae is continued through the centre of the proposed building to emphasise that the buildings atrium space is to be seen as a route through and an extension of the public realm. The render on the previous page is very impressive as it shows that the surrounding buildings have been modelled and it is possible to view the proposed buildings in relation to their context. However, the render does appear very computerized and in that sense it is not very realistic at all. I think at least placing some people on this render and boats in the river would help give that drawing a bit of life. The wire-frame drawing (2 pages back) is also impressive. It is good to see the 2 grids (of the proposed buildings and of the car park/public park plinth. Also it is possible to understand the heights of the building with the wire-frame, as well as the topology of land. However, as far as a wire-frame drawing this one is not really very useful. Wire-frames are good, but it is important to be clear about what is being shown. A wire-frame masterplan is from too far away to be able to be useful.

URT ALLONER CO

ROAD WAPPING

ACE DRAYCOT PL

CH

9.4m

16

00

8.4

15

00

8.4

14 1 2 3 4 5 6

8.4

7

00

8 9 10

4.14 %

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

13

20

14

21

6.73 %

29

22

x 0.113

23

6.73 %

=

24

3.280

25 26

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Pipe Work 020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

Electr 020 A: 1.477 m2 H: 4.00 m

10 Parking 49 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Mech.

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Parking 53 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 54 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 56 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 60 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 61 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 58 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 17 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 62 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

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Wheelie Bins 026 A: 19.720 m2 H: 4.00 m

Parking 18 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 57 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

8.4

3.48 %

Auditorium 021 A: 299.996 m2 H: 4.00 m

6

Parking 55 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 59 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 52 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

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Public Street / Ramp 018 A: 785.695 m2 H: 0.00 m

7

Parking 50 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

6.11 %

Auditorium Stage 021 A: 82.184 m2 H: 3.28 m

Auditorium Store & Prep Space 021 A: 49.026 m2 H: 3.28 m

020 A: 1.030 m2 H: 4.00 m

Fire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent 017 A: 140.292 m2 H: 3.28 m

Plant 027 A: 65.228 m2 concrete floor H: 4.00 m

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Parking 63 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 16 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 64 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 19 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 67 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 102 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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6

020 A: 1.476 m2 H: 4.00 m

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Pipe Work 020 A: 0.861 m2 H: 4.00 m

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Parking 89 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 44 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 45 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 105 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 88 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 43 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 44 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 90 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 102 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 5 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 30 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 29 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 39 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 40 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 110 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 83 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 93 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 85 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Depot H-3.2m 011 A: 193.226 m2 H: 3.28 m

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Parking 86 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 91 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 8 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Exhibtion Cave 2 021 A: 99.879 m2 H: 3.28 m

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Parking 87 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 26 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 25 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Public Circulation 015 A: 110.692 m2 H: 3.28 m

Sorting Space 015 A: 104.194 m2 H: 7.28 m

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Parking 24 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 23 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 46 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 21 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Cleaners Room

Parking 14 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 21 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 20 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 68 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 69 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Storage under ramp Deep Storage H-2m 010 A: 155.511 m2 H: 1.60 m

Photographic Cataloguing 004 A: 129.778 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 20 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 19 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 66 A: 12.750 m2 concrete flooring

Loading Bay 001 A: 245.145 m2 H: 7.28 m

8.4

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17

Parking 103 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 102 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

16 15

14

Parking 111 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 82 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 94 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 1 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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Parking 127 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

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200

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Parking 79 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 98 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 108 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 107 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Fire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent 017 A: 296.765 m2 H: 3.28 m

Interim Storage (Clean) 016 A: 51.613 m2 H: 7.28 m

Parking 32 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 80 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 97 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 107 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 106 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 31 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 113 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 96 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 106 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Parking 105 A: 14.000 m2 concrete flooring

Depot H-7.2m 012 A: 158.159 m2 H: 7.28 m

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SITE PLAN / MASTERPLAN


SUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNT For a two week project I had to produce two separate development proposals as competition entries. One of these competition entries was situated on the Whapping Wharf site (behind M-Shed). From this, because the ideas were not yet set in stone and there were many sketches and ideas still up in the air I wanted the final image to appear sketchy. METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNT I did make a 3D model in Sketchup to achieve the correct geometries and perspectives. I then imported it into Archicad, to use their in built renderer to produce a series of experiments, to make the computerised model appear sketchy again. I then hand-drew in some people. I overlaid various different experiments to produce the final image. ANALYTICAL ACCOUNT I found that this way of representing proposals quite effective. The hand-drawn quality to the picture is pleasant and ‘soft’ to look at. Also, maybe, it allows the viewer to use their imagination more. For the final poster where I included many sketched on one page perhaps this was not the most effect way of presenting a competition entry. I wanted to show that there was lots of ideas and potentials about several different buildings on the site, but perhaps this came across as confusing and too much information on one page.

MASTERPLAN SKETCHES

INITIAL DRAWINGS IDEAS FOR THE LIBRARY OF BRISTOL PROPOSAL

COMPETITION ENTRY INITIAL DRAWINGS

TATE BRISTOL INITIAL SKETCHES AND IDEAS


A A

An enclave is a territory whose geographical boundaries lie en!rely within the boundaries of another territory. B B 1. Enclosure

C

The basic design objec!ve of the masterplan is to enclose the site. This is achieved by arranging the buildings with the same quali!es; the same func!on (their floor plans), and their modules (their facades). The basic layout of the blocks consists of 5 story buildings according to the average height of the immediate neighboring buildings. This can be seen as the conven!onal way of crea!ng an enclave in most European ci!es. What should be focused on here is the 3 addi!onal stories placed on top of the two buildings in the North-East and North-West. This can be thought of as an unavoidable choice for the architect. Pouillon, increased the density of these par!cular, North-facing, blocks, in order not to cast a shadow on the inside of the residence.

C figure 2.1: site plan 1:10000

top, figures 3.3 & 3.4 enclave below, figures 3.5 & 3.6 rela!on enclave with surrounding streets

figure 3.1: isometry figure 3.2: sec!ons a, b, c

2. Extra volume The appearance of the tall building is reduced with several strategies; Pouillon divided the building ver!cally with the upper part being recessed, crea!ng a running balcony. Addi!onally, he divided the face of the upper part, ver!cally, into narrow planes of glass, with repe!!ve mullions. With these two strategies the façade can be seen lighter and less imposing.

A

Research Ques!on

What quality does the enclave bring to the space?

The placing of the low-rise garages reduces the apperance of the high-rise building again This was an unavoidable choice, because the space where the low-rise garages exist would be unsuitable for high-rise buildings, as they would be too close to the neighbouring houses, physically; for cas!ng a shadow and also psychologically; the buildings were set back, from the road, to create open space.

B

figure 2.2: site plan 1:2500

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figure 3.8: different perspec"ve views on tower

pedestrians cars

view 1 figure 3.7: Inner Volumes L-shape and Tower

figure 3.9: circula!on figure 3.10: landscape

3. Inner volumes

Circula!on

Tower The tower func!ons as a Landmark, but is not higher than the tall rectangular blocks behind it. The ground floor is open. The tower is seen higher than it is, because of the facade of the upper part (of the 8 story buildings), in the distance, in rela!on to the 4 story building.

There is a strong separa!on between car parking zone and pedestrian zone. Car parking spaces surrounding housing blocks act as buffer zones that mediate inner blocks and the streets. Inner landscape

view 2

L shape building Intriguingly, this building is 4 stories high, which is one story less to its adjoining block. The reason for this is explained below; 1. Improving the in!macy; the minus 1 story, ‘L’ shaped, building helps the complex maintain the enclave, whilst not being too high, as of the other buildings (of 5 stories), thus not to impose its height on the inside of the site. 2. To maintain, geometrically, the principle of an enclave; the ‘L’ shaped building, of 4 stories, emphasizes the enclave within the en!re complex. To make the longest block to be read as one. With this building an in!mate atmosphere is created within the inner space, separa!ng the court into several parts. Without the ‘L’ shape building, the residen!al complex would be too monumental, too monotonous, and also too open to the outside

The architect divided the inner court into the paves and green spaces. Trees is arranged to play an important role – translucent volume. Plaza is designed to be like a cozy garden surrounded by tall trees and wall made of bushes. Tall trees cast shade on the square and act like buffer for privacy. Boundaries The architect used physical boundaries and psychological boundaries in landscaping; lawns can be crossed but is felt like barriers. And also hedges hide up the plaza.

view 3

volumetric defini!on

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plaza

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figure 3.11 : concept of the inner courtyards

Inner Courtyards Square In this sec!on of the enclave, a large open space is wrapped around by a single building, thus crea!ng the same atmosphere of a square. Plaza A central prominent space that is enclosed by trees and buildings, Pouillon creates a sense of a plaza like se"ng. Street Pouillon creates the effect of a street (or) mall by crea!ng two sidewalks along a narrow space between two buildings.

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SUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNT For my design Research module I was attempting to articulate my abstract paintings into architecture. For this iteration of this project I was attempting to create a facade panel from a simplified part of the painting METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNT The painting was mirrored at certian places to create a repetitive pattern which was then simplified for the creation of the facade panel. This facade design was then traced over in CAD and tweaked in order to be properly/physically translated into a facade panel which represents an iron gate. ANALYTICAL ACCOUNT This was seen as a solution (to articulate the abstract into architecture), which was too obvious. Firstly, because the abstract was simplified too much turning it into almost a symbol. This was then repeated for the purpose of fabrication. Also then the design or the simplified art, as a faรงade, remains 2 dimensional and flat.

SUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNT Here I applied the chosen facade panel onto a 3D sectional facade of a building. I was attempting to see how the facade panel will connect to the building and what the facade will look like from inside and from outside. METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNT I drew up a generic sectional facade in 3D in Sketchup. I imported the facade panel from Rhino into Sketchup and then copied the panel along. In Sketchup I designed the connectionsl. ANALYTICAL ACCOUNT Generally, I was very pleased with the outcome of these drawings. I find 3D details much easier to understand and drawing it up in 3D allowed me to really make sense of how the facade panels will connect to the facade.

DESIGN RESEARCH EXPERIMENT: FACADE PANELS

DESIGN RESEARCH EXPERIMENT: FACADE PANELS SUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNT Instead of the facade panel being a separate member to the facade I decided to integrate the abstraction process into the facade itself. METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNT I used a similar simplified artwork detail, but in this case enlarged it (from single panel to entire facade). I made this experimental model in Rhino. I exported the file from Rhino to a 3DS and then imported that into Artlantis where I added the people, the sky and the city. ANALYTICAL ACCOUNT This render I really liked. Although it is not a realistic render of a building (like the facade panel 3D sectional detail) - it has a certain visual quality to it in the form of a vision of a potential idea. It shows the vision. The first thought, unrestricted by technical concerns.

SUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNT Instead of the facade panel being a separate member to the facade I decided to integrate the abstraction process into the facade itself.

METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNT I used a similar simplified artwork detail, but in this case enlarged it (from single panel to entire facade). I made this experimental model in Rhino

ANALYTICAL ACCOUNT I found that these working drawings were interesting and this experiment answered the design research question more accurately; to translate the abstract into architectural space.

DESIGN RESEARCH EXPERIMENT: FACADE DESIGN

DESIGN RESEARCH EXPERIMENT: FACADE DESIGN


BK City -Redesign- Barrel Vault Skylight The re-design will include the installation of a laminated glass Barrel Vault Skylight. The architectural goal is to maximum transparency by optimization of structure and glazing. The Skylight will be supported by a similar space frame structure, to the one which exists already. Further research has determined that it is necessary to remove the existing, roof supporting, space frame structure, so therefore the installation would accompany a completely new structure (rather than adding on to the existing one). The Barrel Vault Skylight will let in an abundance of natural daylight, increasing the working conditions, as good light is essential, whilst reducing the use of artificial lights, therefore saving much energy (during the daytime). Plus, the Skylight; aesthetically will make the Atrium much more spectacular.

BK City -Redesign- Barrel Vault Skylight The re-design will include the installation of a laminated glass Barrel Vault Skylight. The architectural goal is to maximum transparency by optimization of structure and glazing. The Skylight will be supported by a similar space frame structure, to the one which exists already. Further research has determined that it is necessary to remove the existing, roof supporting, space frame structure, so therefore the installation would accompany a completely new structure (rather than adding on to the existing one). The Barrel Vault Skylight will let in an abundance of natural daylight, increasing the working conditions, as good light is essential, whilst reducing the use of artificial lights, therefore saving much energy (during the daytime). Plus, the Skylight; aesthetically will make the Atrium much more spectacular.

4123875 - Nicholas Socrates - TU Delft The problems of the need to provide extensive cooling in summer and insulation in winter inevitably arise with the use of large glazed structures. With the design of a Barrel Vault, laminated glass, Skylight, with installed Photovoltaic films on top of the glass creating a shading system that optimizes the flows of heat and light energy, whilst utilizing this energy. This in turn may has a significant positive effect in reducing the heat load and glare, enhancing the use of natural daylight, whilst harvesting this energy, and increasing the insulation of the building, through the use of the appropriate choice of glass, thereby enhancing working conditions and reducing the operating costs of the building.

4123875 - Nicholas Socrates - TU Delft The problems of the need to provide extensive cooling in summer and insulation in winter inevitably arise with the use of large glazed structures. With the design of a Barrel Vault, laminated glass, Skylight, with installed Photovoltaic films on top of the glass creating a shading system that optimizes the flows of heat and light energy, whilst utilizing this energy. This in turn may has a significant positive effect in reducing the heat load and glare, enhancing the use of natural daylight, whilst harvesting this energy, and increasing the insulation of the building, through the use of the appropriate choice of glass, thereby enhancing working conditions and reducing the operating costs of the building.


The Map shows the flow and direction of the nalas (external drains), polluted swamps, areas of neglect and the flow of people (the routes they take and where they cross the railway tracks).

On location land survey, drawn on our first day on site. Here we had to map a part of the slum which was not present on any map before (centre). This preliminary survey shows signs of looking into nala flow direction, land use and locating areas of neglect. All of which were further realised on later surveys in the following days on site.

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ON-SITE LAND SURVEY

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ON-SITE LAND SURVEY

4 On location drawings showing sections through a nala (an external drain, which was flooding on a regular basis and was causing dangerous situation for the locals. This polluted â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;pondâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; is the result of an overflowed nala. Many nalas from the site flow this way and this particular nala overflows because it is a bottle neck and uncapable of retaining all the dirty water. As well as the dirty water overflowing the area becomes a spiral of decline as much rubbish is then consequently dumped here. Luckily this overflow is naturally made better than I first thought as the naurally growing plants filter the dirty water. This nala in times of flood will not work as a filter and the dirty water will spread, polluting the surrounding area.

On location section through a polluted stagnant swamp. Several nalas flow into this polluted pond. It is the result of approxamately 40 homes wastewater. This neglected area has also fallen into a spiral decline as it now is also used as a small dumping ground. The pond is likely to exist at a very low point of the site, so therefore the water , due to gravity is not able to flow anywhere; creating a stagnant pond of polluted water. It may be possible that this pond has been man made as a flood relief zone, in times of monsoon. When on site we saw some children throw a live tortose into the polluted pond. For sure the tortose would die from this. This polluted area is an important area to clean and regenerate.

POLLUTED LAKE

8

POLLUTED POND

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Buffalo Farm Inside Dilapidated Building

Outdoor Muslim Temple

Parked Trucks

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Clothes Washing Clothes Shop

Clothes Shop

98.500

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General Stall

Industrial Materials

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Robin Hood Gardens

CONCLUSION Because of the form of the buildings, this project can be seen as a Grossform. The buildings become the walls that forms the inner green space, where a feeling of collectivity can exists. However, because of the changing society and the need for other types of public space, the current design of the collective green space does not help in forming a collective. The green space looks rather deserted. By changing the design of the inner space according to the needs of the inhabitants, this space can again become a lively space.

PROJECT DATA Architect: Alison and Peter Smitshon Location: London Year completion: 1972 Dwellings: 213 PROJECT INFORMATION

The Robin Hood gardens consists of two long building blocks around a centre green space. Inside the building blocks, inner streets exists, but the configuration of the buildings versus the green space is the most important reason for the role as a grossform. Therefore, in abstraction, it functions as a wall and a plateau.

This project consists of two long housing blocks sounding a large garden space with a small. With this project, the Smithson’s were given an opportunity to show their ideals. There are two types of public spaces designed. The first type are the so called ‘streets in the sky’. By creating meaningful public spaces (in the form of streets) within the building mass, a new public living can exist. The second type is the large green space inbetween the blocks. When the model of wall and plateau is integrated in the location site ‘Whapping Wharf’ in Spike Harbour, the wall becomes a border between the city and the plateau. The plateau can become the intermediate between the public space (city) and the private space (dwellings). The configuration of the walls contribute to form a collective plateau.

The long housing blocks resembles a wall, forming a border between the city and a collective green space.

Marina City Complex

CONCLUSION The Marina City Complex consists of two towers and a common meeting place that can be seen as a plateau. The building as a whole fits perfectly within the grid of Chicago. This complex can therefore in abstraction be seen as tower next to a street.

PROJECT DATA Architect: Bertrand Goldberg Location: Chicago Year completion: 1964 Dwellings: 900

The Marina City Complex consists of two towers and a common meeting place that can be seen as a plateau. The building as a whole fits perfectly within the grid of Chicago. This complex can therefore in abstraction be seen as tower next to a street.

PROJECT INFORMATION Marina city was the first residential tower built in post-war Chicago. The aim was to create a mixed-use building that provided rental apartments and studios for office workers. The first five levels offer a wide range of uses such as a concert hall, a marina and a garage. The rest of the towers consist of 900 dwellings. The Marina City Complex is considered to be one of the first buildings that expresses the idea of a city within a city. In the integration in the Spike Island site from the abstract model of tower and street, the site consists of five towers and one main street. These high-rise towers will probably, as in Chicago, lead to huge traffic congestions in the area. In this case, that can only be solved by designing a ‘perfect’ city within a city. A building that people never leave.

2 long housing blocks: 1 of 10 storeys, 1 of 7 storeys, build from precast concrete slabs.

The image of the collective green area and the image of the building blocks forms the total image of the project.

The first five levels of the complex serve as a common meeting place. These levels link the different buildings within the complex.

The vertical streets that consist of the elevators and the staircases within the towers link the common meeting place with the dwellings within the tower.

The inner streets connects the houses with each other.

‘Inner’ streets are used to organise the blocks. These streets are used as traffic and social space. The Marina City Complex consists of two high-rise towers.

The two towers are the over-accentuated ellements. They serve as the attraction for the complex. The green space functions as a collective space which can be used by inhabitants and people from the neighbourhood. The ordering principle of the floor maps create order within all the floors that exist within the building.

The dwellings are accessible through so called ‘streets in the sky’.

The green space connects the separated housing blocks.

MASS HOUSING EXAMPLE: ROBIN HOOD GARDENS Schiecentrale 4b PROJECT DATA Architect: Mei Architecten, Robert Winkel Location: Rotterdam Year completion: 2008 Programme: 55.000m2. offices, dwellings. supermarket, gym, garage, school PROJECT INFORMATION Schiecentrale Phase 4b consists of a striking new structure built around the north-west sides of the old Schiecentrale building. The new complex provides the media centre with various types of dwellings, for people closely involved in the audio-visual sector and people in other creative disciplines who like the port atmosphere still palpable in the area.

A main feature of the project is the tall narrow building, 130 metres long and 50 metres tall, built on top of the old power plant. The 11-floor structure contains the offices and living-working units. These are accessed from a gallery finished in stainless steel. Attached to the gallery are storage spaces. which are situated directly opposite the front doors. All spaces on the west side of the building are fitted with glazed facades. This part of the building offers a wonderful view of the Nieuwe Maas and the harbour. The partitions of the living/working units can be opened from floor to ceiling with harmonica doors, allowing the creation of an exterior space within the building volume. On account of the great flexibility, all technical installations in the spaces as well as on the facades are carried out as assembly. The complex exudes the character of a typical port building in which technology from the offshore and processing sectors has been integrated.

CONCLUSION Schiecentrale 4b is a project with a strong identity which provides a variety of functions and forms for its inhabitants, but also for other users. As a summary the building could be seen as a grossform: it embodies all the elements of a grossform.

The two slabs could be seen as landmarks because of their independent bigness.

The fence and the white window frames create a strong monolithic building.

With slabs and streets you can create a urban pattern which will fit in naturally in the urban pattern of the Whapping Wharf site on Spike Island. With the street and the wall both acting as connectors the urban pattern can even be strength.

The hanging balconies gives the building a less rigid appearance.

The bigness gives a strong identity. At the same time the construction and installation are shown. The hanging balconies are as well over accentuated.

MASS HOUSING EXAMPLE: MARINA CITY COMPLEX Sliced Porosity Block

CONCLUSION

PROJECT DATA

PROJECT INFORMATION

Architect: Steven HoII Architects Location: Chengdu, China Year completion: 2011

The Sliced Porosity Block is a hybrid of different functions like a giant chunk of a metropolis. It will be located just south of the intersection of the First Ring Road and Ren Min Nan Road in Chengdu. Its sun sliced geometry results from required minimum daylight exposures to the surrounding urban fabric prescribed by code and calculated by the precise geometry of sun angles. The large public space framed by the block is formed into three valleys. In some of the porous openings chunks of different buildings are inserted. The micro urban strategy will create a new terrain of public space: an urban terrace on the metropolitan scale of Rockefeller Centre. This new terrain is sculptured by stone steps and ramps with large pools that spill into stepped fountains. Trees, plantings and benches are flanked with cafes. Roof gardens are cultivated through their individual connections to hotel cafes. At the shop fronts there will be luminous colour; neon, backlit colour transparency. The aim for the Sliced Porosity Block is to form new public space and to realise new levels of green construction in Chengdu. The complex is heated and cooled geothermally by 400 wells. The large podium ponds harvest recycled rainwater with natural grasses and lily pads creating a cooling effect.

Looking at the design, layout of the functions and the multiple connections on the public and social level, the project has the potential to be a real grossform.

The total building exist mainly out of towers in a certain composition.

The form of the building is stronger than the function that takes place within it.

The building and the space it forms are equally strong.

If we place the project on the site on the Whapping Wharf site on Spike Island, the coherency of the project is lost. The layout fits on the site and there will be formed a great plateau in between the towers, but the interaction is lost.

The form connect the separate buildings optically. The base and the bridge connect it physically.

The different buildings are placed in a certain composition designed to optimise the sun.

It is about the large form or the living units in it. The base and the internal facades functions as public plateaus within the building. The gap between the two slabs functions both as a street and a plateau.

The most public functions are situated on the inner facades, so they connect the buildings by collective spaces.

The gap between the two slabs functions both as a street and a plateau.

MASS HOUSING EXAMPLE: SCHIECENTRALE 4B

MASS HOUSING EXAMPLE: SLICED PROROSITY BLOCK


LINKED HYBRID Beijing, China, 2007 Architect: Steven Holl Architects Client: Modern Investment Group, Beijing Plot Area: 61.800 m2 Building Footprint: 15.500 m2 Gross Floor Area: 221.000 m2 Height: 68 m Cost US$: Unknown Lifts: 34 Status: Constructed

Concept CONCEPT OF THE ARCHITECT Linked Hybrid projects a renewed thinking about the public space within large scale high rise projects. Holl shows us in this project how his ideal vertical city should work. It is his ideal city within a city. The horizontal traditional urban structure, continuous plinth with services, is combined with the vertical city, disrupted plinth. Living is combined with commercial program in various towers. The commercial program is located in the plinth and living above. An ‘urban’ ring of commercial and cultural public activities link the towers on the twentieth floor. This skyhigh public space provides a cinematc experience of the whole complex and the city surrounding it. A big variation of urban functions are located in this ring, for example: a swimmingpool, a fitness centre, a nail and hair studio, an architecture office, galeries, bars, theesaloons and stores (more info on page 3). To prevent the city within a city to become an isolated island, Holl introduces the term urban porosity. He connects his ideal city with it’s context by attracting people to the centre of linked hybrid. Urban space is enclosed in the heart of the project. On street level pedestrians are able to move in and out the project. These two themes, ‘city within a city’ and ‘urban porosity’ are also the basis for Holl’s second big housing project in China, the sliced urban porosity block.

EVOLUTIONARY ABOUT THE CONCEPT The ensemble of high rise towers instead of the vertical tower pinned in the city projects a new way of thinking about high rise architecture. The public space in heart of the large plot area connected with the highly accesible program in the skyring makes a unique contribution to the public life in the city.

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interwoven vertical and horizontal structure public vs private concept core that attracts publc life poetic idea of conected bodies (Matisse, la dance, 1909) linked bodies after construction

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EXTRA TEXT EXPLANATION Three different public entrances connect the skyring with the public space on ground floor. These entrances (coloured red in the floor plan above) each offer a different variety of pro- gram. One area for health and sportcentre, one area for recreational program opened through the day and one area for restaurants openede during night. The entrance to the restaurant is located next to the acces to the cinema within the heart of the project.

FUNCTIONS IN THE RING 1. reading room 2. design/book store 3. architecture gallery 4. sculpture gallery 5. art gallery 6. viewing platform 7. dinning deck 8. ultra lounge 9. bar/cocktail 10. listening lounge 11. fitness 12. juicebar 13. group axcersice space 14. spinning room

15. office, locker rooms 16. lane lap pool 17. suspended catwalk 18. spa/massage 19. meetin place 20. viewing platform 21. hair/nail salon 22. health food store 23. tea seating 24. tea store/gaming place 25. coffee shop 26. café seating 27. book event space 28. book store

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ELBPHILHARMONIE

Concept

Hamburg, Germany, 2013

The new Philharmonic will be not only a site for music; it will include an extensive complex of flats and adaptable facilities for a wealth of cultural activities. The core the major concert hall seating 2200 and a multipurpose hall for ca. 550 listeners will be complemented by a 5-star hotel with a projected 220 rooms, with built-in services as restaurants, a health and fitness centre and conference facilities, as well as some 35 luxury flats.

Architect: Herzog & de Meuron Client: ReGe Hamburg Plot Area: 5.885 m2 Building Footprint: 5.885 m2 Gross Floor Area: 120.000 m2 Height: 100.0 m Cost US$: 500 million Lifts: 12 Status: Constructed

The Kaispeicher A has long been a relatively mute monument to the postwar era, through it is occasionally rented out for oneoff events; after its renovation, it will become a vital centre for musicians and music lovers, attracting both tourists and the world of business, the latter able to enjoy the use of state-ofthe-art technological facilities as well as the luxury of a first class hotel in this centrally-located historical landmark. The bold new Philharmonic will inject the surrounding neighbourhood with energy and dynamism. Similar cultural ‘implants’ in other cities provide impressive proof of the way in which such projects contribute substantially to urban renewal, enhancing the attraction of urban districts and, indeed, functioning as agents of change. This will also be the crowning achievement of the ‘Hafencity Hamburg’, an ambitious project of urban expansion. The main entrance to the Kaispeicher complex lies to the east. A breathtakingly long escalator will run diagonally across the entire warehouse, transporting visitors from the way up to the plaza. Situated on top of the Kaispeicher and under the new building, it will function as a gigantic joint between the old and new, forming a spacious public area with a unique panorama: to the north, downtown Hamburg and a view reaching beyond the Aussenalster; to the east, west and south, the River Elbe and its vast, sprawling harbour. EVOLUTIONARY ABOUT THE CONCEPT The new building has been conceived as an extrusion of the warehouse, an iridescent, multifaceted crystal with an identical ground plan, placed flush on top of the brick Kaispeicher. But the top and bottom of the crystal are different: the broad, undulating sweep of the roof rises to a total height of 100m. at the Kaispitze, sloping down to the eastern end, where the roof is som 20 m lower. The Elbphilharmonie will become the crowning symbol of the expansion of Hamburg’s city centre towards the south into the harbour district along the shores of the river Elb.

EXTRA TEXT EXPLANATION The lobby will be the overture or the echo of the large concert hall. Mounted under the belly of the great hall, a landscape of stairs an Escherlike sculpture climbs in all directions. The great hall and the lobby are stacked on top of each other like bowls; the floor of the hall doubles as the ceiling of the foyer, while the foyer in turn forms a vaulted ceiling stretching to the floor of the Plaza and incorporating its visitors in an alien landscape that steadily climbs past several floors all the way up to the highest galleries of the concert hall. Everything is stairs: floors, ceilings and walls become almost indistinguishable. Climbing the vast carpet of stairs, the visitor reaches horizontal areas that intersect at each level,using bars or cloackrooms. The festive atmosphere already appararent in the foyer is heightened in the grand hall. There, the warm white of the foyer gives way to an intense amber; the surfaces shimmer and sparkle, reflecting the light. The orchestra and the conductor are placed in the midst of the audience; the galleries sweep into each other, overlap and form a steep amphitheatre. The architecture dissappears in a sea of faces; the house seems to consist only of people, of listeners whose intense concentration on the music becomes physically palpable. The smaller, multifuntional concert hall belongs to the ‘shoe box’ family; seating out 550, its flexible technology allows a wide variety of different uses.

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Concept Major concert Hall The Kaispeicher A Entrance, schematic Entrance model Plaza Plaza with view of Hamburg Design process Plaza as a transition between old and new Actual use of the building Plaza defined by stairs Small multifunctional hall

SOURCES http://www.elbphilharmonie.de http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elbphilharmonie http://www.dezeen.com http://de.academic.ru/dic.nsf/dewiki/734027Poveda, P.: El Croquis,

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Nicholas Socrates' Architecture & Urban Design Portfolio 2013  

Nicholas Socrates' Architecture & Urban Design Portfolio 2013

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