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{ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO} PAUL CLEMENS BART

Selected professional and academic works from 2010-2014 in chronological descending order. filed in architecture [arc], urbanism [urb], industrial design [id] and research [re].

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{ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO} PAUL CLEMENS BART Selected professional and academic works from 2010-2014.. filed in architecture [arc], urbanism [urb], industrial design [id] and research [re].

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{WHO I AM.}

RE. // My name is Paul Clemens Bart; I am a German architect and designer. After my studies at Nanyang Technological University Singapore & École Spéciale d‘Architecture Paris, I have received my diploma degree in architecture at Technische Universität Munich in 2011. As a fellow of the German Academic Exchange, I graduated from my post-professional MArch studies at the Architectural Association‘s Design Research Lab, London in 2015. EXP. // Working in multifaceted disciplines - as Design Architect at LAVA (Laboratory for Visionary Architecture) in Sydney and Berlin, as a fellow at the German Institute of Science and Technology in Singapore and as a research assistant at the TU Munich - I collected a wide array of achitectural qualifications. Additionally, I have attended visiting programs at Central Saint Martins London, the Musée des Arts Decoratifs Paris and BMW workshops in Munich. OBJ. // My work is commited to emerging technologies, digital methodologies and their application across scales - from urban visions to ecologocial mobile systems - and has been internationally published and exhibited, e.g. at the Architectural Biennale in Venice and the IAA Frankfurt Motor Show. PRE. // Trained to work interdisciplinary, intermedia and intercultural, I am eager to perform in a comprehensive area of reference.

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{CURRICULUM VITAE} PAUL CLEMENS BART *08.05.1986 in Munich

A 45C Great Eastern Street | EC2A 3HP London T +44 (0) 7502 228851 M paul.bart@ymail.com EDUCATION 09 | 2013 - 01 | 2015

Architectural Association School of Architecture | London • Post-professional studies in Architectural Design Master of Architecture and Urbanism (MArch) | AADRL Design Research Lab • Research Thesis on: Self-Assembling and Self-Organizing Systemic and Machinic Behaviour

10 | 2005 - 08 | 2011

Technische Universität München | Munich • Studies of architecture | Graduated in Building Design & Technology Diploma as Diplom-Ingenieur (grad. eng.) (Grade 1,5 ‚excellent‘ | Top 5%) • Diploma thesis on: ‚Future Mobility in the Metropolitan Area of Singapore‘‚ (Grade 1,3 | ‚excellent‘)

03 | 2011 - 06 | 2011

Nanyang Technological University | Singapore • Selected for TUM Create Fellowship | Completion of diploma thesis

08 | 2010 - 01 | 2011

École Spéciale d‘Architecture | Paris • Studiies of architecture| Erasmus exchange Gymnasium Pullach | Munich • Secondary School and College | Majored in English & Biology

09 | 1996 - 07 | 2005 FURTHER EDUCATION 10 | 2011 - 11 | 2011 04 | 2010 - 09 | 2010 08 | 2006

Musée des Arts Décoratifs | Paris AA Visiting School ‚Building Fashion‘ BMW | Munich Workshop ‚Design Principles in Architecture + Transportation Design‘ Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design | London Designers‘ London Summer School

WORK EXPERIENCE 01 | 2013 - 09 | 2013 02 | 2012 - 12 | 2012

08 | 2011 - 9 | 2011 03 | 2011 - 06 | 2011 03 | 2010 - 10 | 2010 AFFILIATIONS & ENGAGEMENT since 2013 since 2011

LAVA - Laboratory for Visionary Architecture Design Architect | Europe Office | Berlin Junior Architect | Asia Pacific Office | Sydney • Involved in all aspects of international projects from concept development to construction documentation • Client facing role and leading position for project competitions and design development Hild und K Architects | Munich • Freelance work for architectural competitions German Institute for Science and Technology | Singapore • Scientific associate within the sector of Urban Mobility Department for Mechanical Engineering | TU Munich • Researcb Assistant Architectural Association AADRL Course Representative • Selected as course delegate for public juries, representational and organisational work Architects Without Borders Aid organisation • Volunteer work & sponsoring member

ACQUIREMENTS 3D Modelling CAD & Analysis Software Graphic & Data Processing Prototyping Curriculum Vitae

Freeform (Rhinoceros | T-Slines | Maya) | Parametric (Grasshopper | Processing) | Render (V-Ray | Mental Ray) Autodesk AutoCAD | Graphisoft ArchiCAD | Vektorworks | Ecotect | Karamba Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop | InDesign | Illustrator | After Effects) | MS Office (Word | Excel | Powerpoint) Rapid Prototyping (Machine Handling | File Preparation) | Arduino Controlling | CNC-Milling | Vacuum molding


PRIZES, AWARDS & PATENTS 02 | 2013 01 | 2013 08 | 2012 05 | 2012 01 | 2012 11 | 2011 07 | 2011 03 | 2011 EXHIBITIONS 01 | 2015 - 92 | 2015 09 | 2014 - 10 | 2014 02 | 2013 08 | 2012 - 11 | 2012 09 | 2012 09 | 2011 06 | 2010 PUBLICATIONS 2014 08 | 2012 07 | 2012

MIPIM Award | Projekt „Square3“ • Finalist LAVA | People‘s Choice Award „Best Futura Project“ DAAD Scholarship • Excellence program to pursue supplemental, postgraduate studies as one of ten architecture graduates United States Design Patent ‚Information Display for a Vehicle‘ | US PD712286 • Patent for interface design features of Project MUTE with the USPTO New National Stadium and Olympic Village | Addis Abeba • First Place LAVA | Architectural Competition by the Federal Sports Commission Ethiopia Franz Berberich Award | Diploma thesis ‚Gemini‘ • Second Place | For extraordinary scientific results in the field of architecture United States Design Patent ‚Exterior of A Vehicle‘ | US D676,787 S • Patent for transportation design features of Project MUTE with the USPTO Clean Tech Media Award | Project ‚Mute‘ • Finalist Category Mobility | Highest German award for environmental technologies TUM Create Fellowship • Funding program for research exchange with the Nanyang Technological University | Singapore Architektur Gallerie München ‚VisionAReality‘ | Munich • Selected works for LAVA within a retrospective exhibition Display Gallery ‚DAAD Art Show‘ | London • Government-funded exhibition of emerging German artists and designers in the UK Munich Creative Business Week 2013 | Munich • Exhibiting of a working prototype Project ‚MUTE‘ 13th Architecture Biennale „La Biennale di Venezia“ | Venice • Participation at the „100YC“ Installation Australian Pavilion Urban Space Gallery | Maribor • Participation at the 2112AI Exhibition in the context of a global „Maribor 2012 Capital of Culture“ workshop IAA Commercial Vehicles 2011 ‚Frankfurt Motor Show‘ | Frankfurt • Exhibition booth & press unveiling of Project ‚MUTE‘ La Galérie d‘Architecture | Paris • Exhibition of the ‚Paysage Urbanisme‘ workshop results Project ‚λ Lambda‘ | Various Coverage • eVolo | SuckerPunch Daily | AA Projects Review 2014 100YC Catalogue | Exhibition Catalogue within the 13. Architecture Biennale in Venice • Publication of ‚100YC‘ workshop contribution and app coverartwork Electromobility - Hype or Revolution? | Markus Lienkamp • Project „MUTE“ featured as coverartwork and project presentation

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Urban Ideas 06/12 | ‚Transforming Parramatta Road into a Liveability Corridor‘ • Coverartwork and publication of „Parramatta Road“ in cover story

05 | 2011

Architektur Aktuell 05/11 | ‚Hybrid Lifestyles - City follows culture‘ • Coverartwork and publication of „Living Tapestry‘ in cover story New National Stadium Addis Abeba | Various Coverage • Frame | ArchDaily | DETAIL| Dezeen | Designboom | eVolo | inhabitat | Trendhunter Project ‚Gemini‘ | Various Coverage • Tuvie - Design of the Future | Trendhunter | Zukunft-Mobilität | 3d Dreaming Project ‚MUTE | Visio.M‘ | Various Coverage • Major German TV news (ARD Tagesschau | BR | Sat1 Bayern | n24 Nachrichten | Pro7 Newstime) • Major German newspapers (Süddeutsche Zeitung | Spiegel Online | Berliner Zeitung | Welt Online )

2012 - 2014 2011 2010-2014 LANGUAGES

German (native language) | English (fluently) | French (good) Curriculum Vitae | P.07


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[12] 24H Travelling Pavilion

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[04] Hangzhou HIOC

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01 {noMad - BEHAVIOURAL Assembly} RE. // A SELF-ASSEMBLING FABRICATION SYSTEM UTILIZING MACHINIC BEHAVIOUR & REAL-TIME DECISION MAKING TO ENABLE ARCHITECTURE WITH A SENSORY SYSTEM. // • state 01 float state

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noMad proposes a behavioural fabrication system that marks a shift from built environment as a finite lifecycle construct to autonomous, nonfinite and real-time solutions to adapt dynamically to the demands of its environment. In a self-assembling fabrication approach of ‚negotiated space‘, noMad aims to enable architecture with a sensory system, localizing decision making by self-aware unit to unit communication instead of a deterministic, superimposed building plan. Anchored in the world of self-structuring polyhedra, noMad is based on principles of synergetics, the study of geometry in transformation and the impact of a local change on its global

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systems behaviour: a single unit can autonomously change shape, shifting its state by a simple rotational translation from one polyhedra to the other. Hereby, noMad is operating on distinct scales of (collective) intelligence and autonomy, each autonomously self-assembling to the next higher order of organisation - from a highly mobile, nomadic state to high population spatial configurations. noMad proposes a system that can self-regulate and adapt, react to outside influences and demands and encourages both interaction and communication.

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RULES OF DEPLOYMENT | ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE & SPATIAL STRUCTURES

structural catalogue | goal based deployment

High populations - losing mobile features in favor of spatial and structural configurations - utilize transformation for their own build-up process, temporary scaffolding & re-structuring. Physical constraints, amounts of available units and time serve as crules and logics of goal-oriented deployment, resulting in a diverse variety of structures with different spatial qualities and potential urban scenarios. occupancy scenario | multi seeded deployment

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PROTOTYPE FABRICATION | UNIT’S KINETICS, MECHANICS, ARDUINO MICROCONTROLLING & SENSORY SYSTEM

V.1 INITIAL KINETICS

V.2 INTERNAL MECHANICS

V.3 UNIT TO UNIT INTERFACE

V.4 SENSORY SYSTEM

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SYSTEM LIFECYCLE | SITE MIIGRATION & NON FINITE DEPLOYMENT vertical deployment

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noMad is facing urban temporality and ephemeral demands. By harvesting the digital layer of the city - as physical response to the internet of thing - its

total assembly time 32:34 h

life-cycle is never pre-determined but defined by real-time communication, data mining and environmental awareness.


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weight | 750g energy | (0.2-1.5 Ampere) x 2 Servos speed | 0.7 second / 60 ° (no load) max lift load | 3kg output torque | 6kg-cm max cantilever | 4 Units (80cm / 3kg) top view [contract] |

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suspended servo | double servo (reverse mounted) • unit’s center of gravity •

rotational mechanism | double rotational axis • planar rotational hinged •

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Each unit has several design features embedded that enable it to act autonomously, be aware of its own and neighboring state, take decisions accordingly & connect and disconnect from the system by interlocking face-topographies. Internal mechanics are suspended from structural bearing joints in the unit’s center of gravity.

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RE. // MATERIAL INTELLIGENCE AND BEHAVIOUR OF MATTER, ENERGY AND FORCE EMBEDDED IN THE FABRICATION PROCESS OF AN INTERACTIVE, KINETIC LIGHTING INSTALLATION. //

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DATE: 09/2013-10/2013 DESIGN TEAM: PAUL BART | COSKU CINKILIC | EVA MAGNISALI | PAVLINA VARDOULAKI TUTOR: ROBERT STUART-SMITH | KOKKUGIA UNIVERSITY: ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION AADRL, LONDON BACKGROUND: INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOP ON MATERIAL BEHAVIOUR

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03 {位 LAMBDA} RE. // IN-DEPTH RESEARCH OF CELLULAR AUTOMATA, DEVELOPING ALGORITHMIC STRATEGIES OF GENERATION AND EVALUATION AND CONTROL OF COMPLEX GROWTH SYSTEMS. //

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位 LAMBDA collects results of research going deeply into digital workflows and computational systems of cellular automata, dealing with simple, rule based logics of growth and geometry generation and both observation and parameter based evaluation. Aim of the study was to develop algorithmic strategies of control for complex self-organizing systems through minimal input or rules. Through prediction, observation and numerical evaluation of total system behaviour and geometrical output the system independently adapts its input parameters (rules of growth or initial generation) and modifies the geometric structure based on its statistical data and given design goals (stable structure reduction, combining in clusters , etc.).

DATE: 11/2013-12/2013 DESIGN TEAM: PAUL BART | DMYTRO ARANCHII | IRIS JIANG | FLAVIA SANTOS TUTOR: MOSTAFA EL SAYED | ZHA UNIVERSITY: ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION AADRL, LONDON UK BACKGROUND: INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOP ON COMPUTATIONAL SYSTEM THEORY

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04 {HIOC - Hangzhou International Office Center} ARC. //A RIVERFRONT LANDMARK FOR HANGZHOU, SEAMLESSLY BLENDING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL, THE PUBLIC AND THE PRIVATE IN A UNIQUE LEISURE AND BUSINESS HUB. //

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CLIENT: ZAFC ZHONG AN DEVELOPMENT | HANGZHOU LOCATION: HANGZHOU | CHINA SIZE: 285 000 SQM DATE: 04 - 08/2013 HEAD ARCHITECT: TOBIAS WALLISSER DESIGN TEAM: PAUL BART | CHRISTIAN TSCHERSICH BACKGROUND: DESIGN DEVELOPMENT | FINALIST RENDER: SOL CONSULTANTS: SOL | TRANSSOLAR | SPACE AGENCY |

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The Hangzhou International Office Center is planned both as new city icon along Quiantang river - being the highest building of the New City - as well as new public realm for the people of the City of Hangzhou. The design approach is focused on two key aspects: Performance and Experience. HIOC‘s towers are driven by efficient and flexible usage for developers and tenants, enriched with unique design features. Mixed use of office, hotel, plaza and retail allows an interweaving of program, resulting in a unique interaction of both vertical and horizontal, of public and private elements on site: A public plaza, entertainment and retail elements, distributed horizontally, are blending seamless into the private vertical business-hub development of offices and high-rise hotel, respecting the private value of its users while wel-


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PROGRAM ALLOCATION | PERFORMANCE AND EXPERIENCE OPTIMIZED FLOOR PLANS 331m

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CoreLayout Efficiency: 75% Boundary: 25x25m Floor Depth: 12m

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HIOC‘s innovative vertical transportation strategy includes express lifts from ground to sky lobby, then interchanged into panoramic passenger lifts for hotel room access; compact fire, goods and service lift & a double decker office layout. Efficient core design maximizes the net area and optimizes perimeter depth to obtain good amount of natural light, differentiated to the indivdual program allowing functional floor plans for the office and hotel. HIOC Hangzhou International Office Center | P.25


HOTEL INTERIOR IMPRESSIONS | SKY LOBBY & PANORAMIC PASSENGER LIFTS

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The masterplan allows dedicated access and service circulation, fully utilizing the site parameter to welcome public as well as convenient drop off spots, East and South being concentrated on vehicular circulation, the West as purely pedestrian area directly linked with the public plaza.. A multi layered ground lobby offers smooth transition between indoor and outdoor space with a grand scale open square connecting commercial plinth with the towers, forming one loop gesture for the entire development. Both ground and at tower levels are in optimized orientation for sun and wind.

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Going back to the very origin of stadium design with a sunken arena surrounded by grandstands formed from excavated material, this man-made crater generates efficient spaces, optimizes environmental performance, minimizes construction costs and integrates facilities within the landscape by remodelling of the existing terrain. The design references Ethiopia’s world-famous excavated architecture – centuries old rock churches, dwellings and cisterns. Digitally created through parametric modelling, the facade utilizes local materials, inspired by the Massob, an Ethiopian communal serving basket made from woven grass, wrapping around the stadium. The roof of the stadium appears like a floating cloud on the horizon, a lightweight tensile membrane structure.

[03] RETAIN

The masterplan includes the IOC-standard stadium for FIFA matches, athletics events, concerts and national festivals; and a sports village comprising indoor and outdoor aquatic centres, outdoor pitches, sports halls and arenas, dormitories and the headquarters for the Federal Sport Commission - giant solar powered umbrellas providing shade and shelter on the way. Tectonic structures and movement are the underlying concept for the masterplan, responding to the volcanic geology of the region. Gently undulating urban parkland follows the lines of the crater and is conceived as a continuous spatial experience strategically activated to balance movement, climate, experience and efficiency. A central plaza forms the heart of the project and a ridge connects all zones.

CLIENT: FEDERAL SPORTS COMMISSION LOCATION: ADDIS ABEBA | ETHIOPIA SIZE: 60 000 SQM DATE: 05 - 08 /2012 HEAD ARCHITECT: CHRIS BOSSE DESIGN TEAM: PAUL BART | GIULI CONTI STRUCTURAL CONSULTANT: ARUP BACKGROUND: COMPETITION | 1ST PRIZE ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION: 2016 RENDER: DOUG‘N‘WOLF PUBLISHED IN: FRAME | ARCHDAILY | DETAIL| DEZEEN | DESIGN-BOOM | EVOLO | INHABITAT | TRENDHUNTER | P.29

FACTS

VOLCANIC GEOLOGY

ETHIOPIAN MOUNTAINS

ARC. //CUT & FILL STRATEGY FOR NEW NATIONAL STADIUM AND SPORTS VILLAGE THROUGH EXCAVATION AND BUILT-UP TOPOGRAPHY IN A HI-TECH APPROACH TO LOW-TECH MATERIALITY. //


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PAVILIONS Info Points Cafes-Restaurant Merchandising

ADMINISTRATIVE AREA Federal Sport Commission Headquarters, ~10000sqm Athlete Dormitories, ~8000sqm Hotel, ~1200sqm

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NATIONAL STADIUM

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20% Future Expansion Ethiopian Gardens Shaded Pathways125 Bus Spaces

Public Amphitheatre Exhibition Area

For 60 000 Seats, ~50 000sqm

Highway to Airport

Underground Secured Parking 5 Storeys - 10 000 Car Spaces 300 Bus Spaces

Overground Parking 32 000 sqm - 1100 Car Spaces 125 Bus Spaces

[01] PARKING STRATEGY New main road

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Highway from airport

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Water sport facilities

[05] RETAIL + ACTIVITIES Commercial Centre - Spa

Sunday Markets

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P.34 | | Tehran Stock Exchange


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ARC. //THE PROPOSAL FOR THE TEHRAN STOCK EXCHANGE FUSES CONTEMPORARY GEOMETRIES WITH TRADITIONAL ELEMENTS OF PERSIAN CULTURE, SEEKING TO DEFINE A NEW TYPOLOGY OF STOCK EXCHANGE, MIXING VIRTUAL AND HUMAN INTERACTION. //

VOLUME CARVING - SURFACE MAXIMISATION FOR FRESH AIR AND SUNLIGHT [02] CARVING VOLUMES

[03] VOIDS ORIENTATION

Inspired by the local morphology such as cave houses, the Stock Exchange is envisioned as an urban rock, with smartly carved void shapes enhancing natural light, panoramic views, and the relationship with the surroundings. A continous interior light void maximizes fresh air and sunlight, roof terraces add to the amenity of workers. Past, present and future meet inside the exchange hall, where modern muqarnas and an interactive data dome work together in a tribute to Persian history and architecture.

[04] DATA DOME VIEW

[05] FACETED LIGHTING

The office floors are filled with light and air, enjoy mountain views and allow highly functional and flexible workspace layouts. Advanced design technologies create a fully sustainable, flexible and unique public center for the economy of the country, with a highly iconic identity. The façade draws inspiration from the tessellation and light prisms of the local architecture, whilst a media façade broadcasts real time news and an intelligent skin responds to changing climatic conditions.

CLIENT: TEHRAN STOCK EXCHANGE LOCATION: TEHRAN | IRAN DATE: 07/2012 HEAD ARCHITECT: CHRIS BOSSE TEAM: PAUL BART | GIULI CONTI BACKGROUND: LAVA COMPETITION RENDER: VIEWPOINT | DOUG‘N‘WOLF SIZE: 30 000 SQM

Tehran Stock Exchange | P.35

FACTS

[01] BASE VOLUME


BACKLIT NIGHT SCENARIO | STREET VIEW VISUALISATION + PHYSICAL MODEL

PROGRAMMATIC ELEMENTS AND ORGANISATION

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P.38 | | Addis Abeba National Stadium


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and theme park – along a continuous main axis, the existing wet corridor. Each part of the six key areas - the zoo entrance gate, a conference centre, indoor and outdoor markets, a north gate information/ticket point, bio-dome research laboratories and a theatre - are referencing nature’s geometric beauties - from streams and tributaries, branches and trees to birds’ nests and cells. Design for these components draws on local cultural elements such as the dragon tail, traditional gates and rice terraces, whilst the environmental design solutions include sustainable bamboo and wood structures, optimal building massing and low carbon strategies.

CLIENT: SUZHOU GARDEN & LANDSCAPE PLANNING BUREAU LOCATION: SUZHOU | CHINA SIZE: 160 000 SQM DATE: 10 - 11/2012 HEAD ARCHITECT: CHRIS BOSSE TEAM: PAUL BART | GIULI CONTI BACKGROUND: COMPETITION | SHORTLISTED RENDER: DOUG‘N‘WOLF PARTNERS: SHANGHAI PLANNING INSTITUTE | BATTLE MCCARTHY

Shang Fang Mountain Forest Botanical Garden | P.39

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Concurrent to its proposal for mixed-use leisure activities , Shang-Fang Mountain Forest Botanical Gardens masterplan in southeastern China is inspired by natural growth and organization logics. A generative designed infrastructure system with optimized branching connections and no infrastructural redundancy defines internal organization and access. Based on a set-up of key nodes, main trajectories and site boundary conditions a minimal path network is generated through relaxation and optimization of all shortest connections.The branching leaf layout allowed the integration and shaping of the main elements of the site – zoo, botanical gardens

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MASTERPLAN | LANDMARKS & ORGANISATION

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Masterplan Gate Resort | Waterfront

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Convention Centre

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P.42 | | Gemini - Future Mobility in Mega Cities


08 {GEMINI AUTOMOBILE}

COMMUNICATIONSPACE

ID. URB. //THE GEMINI CONCEPT EMERGED FROM A LONG TERM URBAN DEVELOPMENT ANALYSIS ABOUT SINGAPORE‘S UNIQUE HOUSING AND INFRASTRUCTURE SCHEME. THE ADAPTABLE SYSTEM FILLS IN THE INFRASTUCTURAL HOLE OF MEGA CITIES DEVELOPMENT. //

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personal mobility in both the private home as well as Singapore‘s expanding public transport. By using Singapore‘s unique social foundation of central allocated housing by the Housing and Development Board as a new instrument of car sharing, Gemini is bringing together the resource saving benefits of shared infrastructure with the amenities of personal property.

LOCATION: SINGAPORE DATE: 02/2011-07/2011 DESIGN TEAM: PAUL BART | MARVIN BRATKE | SIMON RAUCHBART | DANIEL TUDMAN BACKGROUND: DIPLOMA THESIS AS RESEARCH ASSISTANT FOR THE GERMAN INSTITUTE FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, SINGAPORE. NOTES: • FRANZ BERBERICH AWARD 2. PRIZE FOR EXTRAORDINARY SCIENTIFIC RESULTS • PUBLISHED AS A 300PAGE BOOK WITH THE HELP OF TUM CREATE LDT

Gemini - Future Mobility in Mega Cities | P.43

FACTS

As low performance infrastructure is becoming the limiting factor of rapidly growing megacities, Gemini introduces a whole product family, designed to fit the needs of future mobility. Developed by using the example of the compact, transport-oriented city state of Singapore, Gemini is bridging the gap of its future infrastructure plan - creating a complete integration of


GEMINI PRODUCT FAMILY | FLEXIIBLE CONFIGURATION NANOTRIKE

Gemini‘s main unit ,LA‘, an extremely reduced personal capsule for 2 persons, is setting minimum space and weight requirements. It is strongly focusing on individual transport within the short range of the city center, where the lines of street levels and pedestrian zones are blurring due to high-density, vertical urbanism

PERSONALCAPSULE

and slowed down, road pricing controlled traffic. By adding the modular-structured add-on ,GI‘, Gemini shifts its typology - offering a wider range of usage through improved stabilisation, a performance boost and an included range extender. Its plug-in based system of flexible storage permits the possibility of personaliza-

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tion and customization. Combining two ,LA‘ units back to back, Gemini can be used as a micro car for families. The interior rearranges itself to form a new space of communication and exchange between the passengers and a plus of storage, resulting in a flexible configuration that provides more than the sum of its parts.

Wide range of application | From inner city traffic-calmed space to out-of-town highways and off the road usage

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CAR SHARING | GOVERNMENT FUNDED HOUSING DEVELOPMENT INTEGRATION

The integration of personal belongings into a shared vehicle by splitting it into a public - the main unit - and private - the third wheel - part neglects the psychological barrier oh sharing on of the most private objects of a Singaporean and increases the user responsibility. The transportation system fully integrates into Singapore’s government funded housing via back-to-grid technology.

Steering | Rotation on point (La) and turnable axis in the back (LaGi & LaLa) allow small turning circles.

Steering Unit | Intuitive navigation for different driving mechanisms; the second unit being usable as entertainment hub.

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Stability | Increasing track width and wheelbase create different driving dynamics for user scenarios.

EXTERIORCOMPONENTS

COMMUNICATION SPACE | KEY FEATURES AND HUMAN INTERFACE

Rotatable Seats | The interior is surrounding the driver with integrated steering wheel and security system.

Interior Amenities | Personal console, anti slip armrest and plug-in storage are inspired by aircraft cabins,

Opening Mechanism | Barrier free entry for both configurations.

Gemini - Future Mobility in Mega Cities | P.45


SKETCHING PHASE | EARLY EXPERIMENTING AND FORM-FINDING PROCESS

USER SCENARIO | MULTIPLE FIELDS OF USAGE

EXHIBITION MODEL | EXTERIOR, INTERIOR AND URBAN SCENARIO PROTOTYPE

P.46 Gemini - Future P.22 | Parramatta RoadMobility in Mega Cities


ADD-ON UNIT ‚GI‘ | MODULAR PLUG AND EXTRA BATTERY

The GI uses it‘s integrated technics in everyday occasions besides driving mode. The battery, engine and light can be used independently, serving the user in multiple scenarios like shopping.

HOMEINTEGRATION

ASSISTEDSHOPPING

When connected to the La the unit becomes a range-extender for the whole car. The plug-ins can be supplied with electricity by the third wheel and function as additional space.

Gi‘s plug in compartment can be used as independent working products, placed as items of furniture - showing versatile way of use provided by various specialised manufacturers.

PROTECTIONVISOR

Visor spins for plug-in access and protection mode, offering additional clearance height + integrated light.

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The retractible handlebar saves space and functions as a stability connector to the main unit.

MAGNETICCONNECTOR

Plug-Ins are easily fixated with a twistable magnetic connector, creates a strong bonding by rotation.

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‚GI‘ CONSTRUCTION | ASSEMBLY AND INTEGRATED FEATURES

Serves as night storage to save energy and a electrical backup providing emergency power.

Gemini - Future Mobility in Mega Cities | P.47


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URB. //URBAN VISIONS FOR NEW HYBRID LIFESTYLES - ENVISIONED ON THE ÎLE ST LOUIS IN PARIS AS PARS PRO TOTO FOR THE EUROPEAN CITY.//

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FACTS

Multicultural was yesterday, today the issue is ‚hybrid‘ lifestyles. The foreign and different is no longer shifted to a parallel society in certain urban districts but is lived by all. In the course of each day each of us engages in traditional European, Oriental or American-inspired activities. So how does a cultural utopia generate space? The role of architecture in relation to cultural coexistence is examined by specific qualities such as atmosphere, prejudices and habits to grasp their socio-spatial aspects. The island of Île St Louis is acting as a prototype of the city, similar to Thomas Moore‘s vision of Utopia. Utopia should not be viewed as an identity shaping, form-generating ideal architecture that is imposed from above on foreign cultures. Style is replaced by programmatic fiction. A homogenuous mega-structure, initially developed by overlaying the programme with cultural and urban planning parameters, is enriched atmospherically and programmatically by deepening the cultural aspects. LOCATION: PARIS | FRANCE DATE: 08/2010-12/2010 TUTOR: THERESE HARNONCOURT TEAM: PAUL BART | MICHAEL MAYER | AARON TOBEY BACKGROUND: ACADEMIC SIZE: 130.000 SQM NOTES: FEATURED IN COVERSTORY & -ARTWORK ARCHITEKTUR.AKTUELL 05/2011

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10 {21st ARRONDISSEMENT}

In the context of global propagation of cities from the generic ‚copy and paste‘, the 21st arrondissement proposes the morphological configuration of one or more city prototypes based on extrapolation of its material and the local intelligence of the built city, the historic city and the touristic city of Paris. In a dynamic ‚Paris - the Region‘, the project re-evaluates various parameters such as the urban level of

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connectivity in the city (network of boulevards), the high tourist and recreation sites and new urban development, creating an inventory of regional structure that serves to design a new city-region. The end result are the proliferation of a series of autonomous prototypes capable of responding to new needs and desires of its habitats.

LOCATION: PARIS | FRANCE DATE: 08/2010-12/2010 TUTOR: JORGE AYALA | [AY]ARCHITECTURE TEAM: PAUL BART | MICHAEL MAYER | NICHOLAS ROSETTI BACKGROUND: RESEARCH SIZE: 130.000 SQM NOTES: EXHIBITED AT LA GALERIE D‘ARCHITECTURE, PARIS.

21st Arrondissement | P.51

FACTS

PARIS NETWORK | CURRENT GAP IN PERIPHERQIQUE

URB. //URBAN DESIGN STRATEGIES, DRAWING FROM ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY, TO BROADEN PARIS‘ BOARDER ACROSS THE PERIPHERIQUE, ENSURING ITS INTERCONNECTIVITY. //


DIGITAL SITE ANALYSIS | CONNECTIVITY WITHIN THE 21ST ARRONDISSEMENT

PHYSICAL PROTOTYPING | INFRASTRUCTURAL MESH

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ties for hybridised programs. This sets a scheme that locates people at a maximum of six hundred seconds away from any connection hub, both vertically and horizontally - increased density with high-rise architecture occurring along arterial boulevards (closer to hubs), and dissipating in an inverse operation at greater lateral distances.

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The information-mesh generated geometries evolve into a primary connection network, with secondary and tertiary crystalising outwards and in between. The pentagonal surface of the mesh is integral to the ordering of architecture (e.g. closer building envelopes at low-rise, further apart at high-rise), with varying sub sequent geometry setting multiple opportuni-

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P.54 P.50 | Mute - Electric Mobility


11 {MUTE ELECTRIC MOBILITY} ID. // DESIGN OF A NEW ELECTRIC VEHICLE - FROM FIRST CONCEPTUAL PHASE TO A DRIVEABLE PROTOTYPE READY FOR PRODUCTION WITHIN 365 DAYS. //

Mute combines the scientific and research innovation of 20 Chairs at TUM and is designed for seamless integration in the mobility infrastructure. This highly-efficient vehicle keeps power consumption on the road to a minimum thanks to its light weight, optimized aerodynamics and energy-efficient components. The lightweight design allows the use of a small battery. Combined with well-engineered and low-cost components, an affordable electric car will be brought to market.

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The Mute pilot project is to show that the production of electric vehicles for mass application is suitable in the near future. For the first time in history a university designs an electric vehicle in a comprehensive approach. An interdisciplinary team of selected students, assistants and professors was to develop a suitable electric vehicle at the TU Munich in 365 days. Within a year the project was implemented from scratch and a mobile prototype was built and first presented to the public at the IAA Commercial Vehicles 2011.

finalist for

Clean Tech Media Award exhibited at

DATE: 03/2010-03/2011 TUTOR: PROF. FRITZ FRENKLER | PROF. MARKUS LIENKAMP DESIGN TEAM: PAUL BART | MARVIN BRATKE | SIMON RAUCHBART | DANIEL TUDMAN BACKGROUND: ACADEMIC IN COOPERATION WITH: BMW | DAIMLER | BAYERISCHE FORSCHUNGSSTIFUNG ESTIMATED PRODUCTION: LIMITED RUN 2016 AS ‚VISIO.M‘ PATENTS: ‚EXTERIOR FOR A VEHICLE‘ US D676787 S ‚INFORMATION DISPLAY FOR A VEHICLE‘ US D712286 S

IAA Commercial Vehicles 2011, Frankfurt Motor Show

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VIDEO


Interior Volume: 2,15 m³ Target Value: cD < 0,30

cD*A Value

FRONTALAREA

SPACEUTILISATION

AERODYNAMIC CHALLENGE | OPTIMISATION FOR MINIMAL WIND RESISTANCE AND ENERGY LOSS

Mute 1.0: 0,31 Mute 2.0: 0,284 Mute 3.0: 0,265 Mute 4.0: 0,26

Total Volume: 3,88 m³

Mute 1.0: 0,48 Mute 2.0: 0,471 Mute 3.0: 0,41 Mute 4.0: 0,44 Mute 1.0 to Final Model Evolution

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Small face Long tail

Air spoiler on fender

Problem zone, the frontal area, of each car must run around and be drop-shaped.

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Strong rounding of A and C Pillars

Low rear track and rear feeder

INTERIOR FEATURES | MATERIAL MINIMISATION FOR SPACE MAXIMISATION Pitman arm and steering wheel | Paddles replacing gear selector

Range Extender

Recuperation Center console | Part of the whole floor and produced in one part

Thin Shell Body

Aluminium Spaceframe

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Composite Crashsystem

P.56 | Mute - Electric Mobility


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DRIVEABLE PROTOTYPE | FULLY WORKING CONCEPT CAR FOR THE IAA FRANKFURT MOTOR SHOW 2011

vehicle operation | the vehicleâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;s control panel centrally operated with a hand-rest for easy and convenient control.

ergonomic challenge | main focus of the design is operability and ergonomy, understandable controls, perfect aerdynamic shape as well as large-scale passenger and storage space.

vehicle operation | safe charging is ensured through front located service panel.

Mute Electric Mobility | P.57


P.58 | 24h Travelling Pavilion


12 {24H TRAVELLING PAVILION} ARC. // DEVELOPMENT OF A TRAVELLING PAVILION, TO BE EASILY TRANSPORTED FROM MUNICH TO SYDNEY AND CONSTRUCTED ON-SITE. //

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The MUC/SYD travelling pavilion is not only travelling as in over the world from its sites in Germany to Australia but is also constantly moving during the course of the day. Every morning, the pavilion rises in the east, together with the sun, and slowly echoes its course, reaching its horizontal position at noon and then descen-

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ding till sunset. The basic axis of its movement origins in two identical cones, placed offset upside/down and rotating to each other. As the pavilion‘s roof is always faced directly ankled towards the sun, its thin film cells use the solar income in the most effective possible way to generate self sustaining energy.

LOCATION: MUNICH | SYDNEY DATE: 01/2010-03/2010 TUTOR: PROF. RICHARD HORDEN | PROF. STEFFEN LEHMANN BACKGROUND: ACADEMIC SIZE: 200 SQM

24H Travelling Pavilion | P.59

FACTS

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LED Light Hopper | 14kw/day

Electric Engine | 7,5PS 18kw/day

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CONNECTION DETAIL | ROLLING-BEARING AXLE BOX Steel Fixing | V2A bending resistant bonded to beam Plywood | thk=50mm with cut-outs for ducting

Grooved Rolling-Bearing Axle-Box | 60202RSR, dia=150mm

Steel Fixing | V2A, bending resistant bonded to beam Steel Screw | V2A, M20 Roller-bearing Groundplate | thk=20mm, bolt down with fixing plate high-quality-steel,

Self-aligning Rollerbearing | dia=150mm, prod. Schaeffler KG Driftsheet | lowering wastage on curved surface

SYDNEY LOCATION | AERIAL VIEW

P.60 | 24h Travelling Pavilion

Steel Screw | V2A, M20

Roller-bearing Groundplate | thk=20mm, bolt down with fixing plate

Steel Fixing | V2A, bending resistant bonded to beam Plywood | thk=50mm with cut-outs for ducting


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24h Travelling Pavilion | P.61


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{Impressum}

Paul Clemens Bart {dipl.ing}

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45C Great Eastern Street EC2A 3HP London | UK paul.bart@ymail.com +44 (0) 7502 228851


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selected academic and professional works from 2010-2013 in descending chronological order. filed in architecture [arc], urbanism [urb] and i...

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