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TRANSPORTABLE SHELTER THEME:

BIOMETRIC SHELTER

PRESENTED BY: Nilima Dhamal

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Aim:

To provide shelter to urban nomads which provides a platform for reflecting onto their life and get inspiration for their work.

Objective:

1.To provide an adaptable shelter in varied climate, 2. It should be transportable and reusable, 3.It should be self sustainable, 4. It should be lightweight, 5. It should be easy to construct, and 6. User friendly.

Transportable shelter for whom? User Function Feelings Form

- Artist and Photographer - Live, Work, Display & Interact - Tangible & Intangible

URBAN NOMADS

- ‘?’ TO BE DERIVED

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TRANSPORTABLE SHELTER, WHERE? Tired from the daily hustle ,bustle of the urban life, the artist and the photographer has set their foot to the vary lap of nature to the exotic locations of.. Exotic beaches ,spice gardens and colonial architecture of Goa …

GOA LADAKH

Enigmatic cold desert, Pangong lake, Buddhism influence architecture of Ladakh..

Exquisite Thar Desert, historic Golden forts and

camel-led desert nomads of Jaisalmer… Extrinsic water falls and rare flora fauna filled dense..tropical rain forest of South …

India

JAISALMER

RAIN FOREST

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USER INTERFACE:

COMMON TRAITS BETWEEN TWO USER INTERFACE

Restlessness + Appreciation of beauty + Responsive + Juxtaposition of Physical ( Tangible) and Abstract ( Intangible) environment + Driven by Aura ARTIST

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PHOTOGRAPHER

Captures Intangible Captures Tangible

Constant interflow of Tangible & Intangible Inspired from Nature Nature is the best frame and aisle for Art God or creator is the best art provider, Nature is never abrupt, it’s a biological interpretation of Mathematical and Geometric forms.

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The book of nature is written in the language of mathematics. -Galileo

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URBAN NOMAD

BIOMIMICRY + PARAMETRIC

BIOMETRIC

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FORM INSPIRATION: WEAVER BIRDS NEST

common linkage between this Nest and our Shelter Nomadic Natural Morphology of Skin Responsive Geometric Adaptable Sustainable Porosity Rigidity

INSPIRATION 3

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S H E L T E R

Process of birds nesting

INSPIRATION

FORM INSPIRATION:

Creativity Mobility Persistency Inspirational Spiritual Rational Organic Generic Mathematical Geometric

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DIMENSIONS OF DESIGN • • • •

Morphological dimension. Aesthetic dimension. Functional Dimension. Visual dimension. MORPHOLOGICAL DIMENSION.

Form exploration

Adaptive skin

Aesthetic dimension

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DIMENSIONS OF MORPHOLOGY.

Form Manipulation

Undulation

Percolation

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MORPHOLOGICAL DIMENSION OF SHELTERExploration of form using Porosity and Rigidity: Form manipulation -Cube to Organic Form

Cube

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Organic

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Art is an attemptt to bring order out of chaos -Stephen Sondheim

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MORPHOLOGICAL DIMENSION OF SHELTERExploration of form using Porosity and Rigidity:

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AESTHETIC DIMENSION OF SHELTERPseudo Code: Mathematical Interpretation.

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HARVESTING A FORM WITH MATERIALITY:

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FUNCTIONAL DIMENSION: Transforming Spaces to Form in order to bring function.

BLOCK FOOTPRINT

FORM FOOTPRINT

SEGGRAGATION OF SPACES

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FUNCTIONAL DIMENSION: function of structural elements Movable Top Canopy panel to visualize exterior night view Movable door which will act as canopy

Movable Ramp 19


FUNCTIONAL DIMENSION: Usability of Space

5-7m

5-7m 20


FUNCTIONAL DIMENSION:OTHER FEATURES Movable wall panels

Portable toilet block

Open able Door

Light weight FRP panel for flooring Foldable Furniture

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ELEVATIONS AND SECTIONS:

ELEVATION SIDE B A

D

SCHEMATIC SECTION.

B C KEY PLAN

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VISUAL DIMENSION OF SHELTERVISUAL LINK TO THE NATURAL SCENARY

SCHEMATIC SECTION SHOWING LINKAGE BETWEEN INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SPACES

VISUAL DIMENSION.

Connection of spaces

Inside spaces

Outside spaces 25


ROOF PLAN IN DIFFERENT REGIONS:

In Desert Region

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STRUCTURAL EXPLOITATION: Light weight Recycled Steel Frames of 50 mm CC placed with Joinery

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STABILITY OF SHELTER:

LIGHTWEIGHT FRP COVERING OVER WOODEN JOIST

REUSE OF WASTE TYRES TO PROVIDE FOUNDATION BASE TO SHELTER

JOINARY DETAIL AT FLOORING JOIST

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STRUCTURAL EXPLOITATION: Panel 1 Panel 3

Panel 2

Panel 4

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STRUCTURAL EXPLOITATION:

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MATERIAL EXPLORATION for Biometric Shelter

Ethylene Tetra Fluoro Ethylene (ETFE) Ethylene Tetra Fluoro Ethylene (ETFE)Â -is a clear polymer that is extruded into a thin film (or foil) which is used to form a single layer membrane and multi-layer cushions supported in an aluminum perimeter extrusion. It is unaffected by UV light, atmospheric pollution and other forms of environmental weathering. As an incredibly lightweight material, ETFE offers savings by being able to reduce both the size of steel and the size of foundations.

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PERCOLATIVE And RESPONSIVE SKIN:

Percolative and Responsive Skin

Internal Spaces will be enhanced by Percolative Skin 32


SELF SUSTAINABILITY OF BIOMETRIC SHELTER

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Adaptability under different weather conditions: Reflective Glass and Adaptable Skin

Adaptability in Summer: -Adaptable Skin will be percolating only required sunlight within internal spaces and it will also collect sunlight in order to -Reflective glass With Active –Inactive Solar Cells. 42


Adaptability under different weather conditions: Gutter Channel

Toilet

Rain water collection tank Adaptability in rainy season: -Technology introduced to collect rain water. -Gutter Channels introduced to collect rain water. 43


Adaptability under different weather conditions:

Adaptability harsh wind: -Percolative skin will allow the wind to percolate . -The organic curvilinear form will deflect the wind.

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TRANSPORTABLE BIOMETRIC SHELTER • • • •

-DISMENTALING STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS -ASSEMBLING ALL MODELUES -REASSEMBLING ALL MODEULES WITH HELP OF FITTINGS AND FIXTURES

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TRANSPORTABLE BIOMETRIC SHELTER

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