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PART ONE PLACEMENT

SALISBURY TWEED

Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric


S ALISBURY TWEED

Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric


SALISBURY TWEED THE SHEAR EDGE BETWEEN FASHION FARMING

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ARCHITECTURE

INTRODUCTION The year group was allocated with an industrial site known as Churchfileds. The aim was to design and create a new viable venture for this site. *This is a SAMPLE portfolio.

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INTRODUCTION TO THE SITE

England

South West England

Wiltshire

Sub-regions

Salisbury

Churchfields

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CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILWAY STATION

THE CHURCHFIELDS SITE

C L O S E P R O X I M I T Y T O SA L I S B U R Y C A T H E D R A L

RURAL ENVIRONMENT

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

CLOSE PROX IMITY TO INDUSTRIAL ESTATE BUILDINGS

CLOSE PROXIMITY TO SA LISBURY WATER MEADOWS

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WIDER CONNECTIONS

L O N D O N Fashion Capital LONDON BRISTOL BATH SWINDON SOUTHAMPTON SALISBURY TWEED

PORTSMOUTH

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SITE IN RELATION TO ITS IMMEDIATE C ONTEXT

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Galleries

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Galleries

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1. Lacewing Fine Art 2. Organic Art 4. 5. 3.3.Ceramics Gallery 4. Maltings Art Gallery 5. Fisherton Mill Gallery 6. Yard Gallery 7. Salisbury International Arts Festival Important Links 8. Castle Gallery

Important Links 17. Train Station 7. 8. 18. Salisbury Cathedral

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1. Lacewing Fine Art 2. Organic Housing Art Waldron Farm The 9. OldVintage Mill Water Meadows Supermarket Art Gallery 17. Train Station Salisbury Market & Housing Old Town Path 3. Ceramics Gallery 10. House Portrait Art18. Salisbury Cathedral 4. Maltings Art Gallery 11. Silver Gift Gallery 19. Tourist Info 5. Fisherton Mill Gallery 12. Black Sheep Gallery 20. Market Square 6. Yard Gallery 13. Graham Oliver Gallery 21. Toursit Info 7. Salisbury International Arts Festival 14. The strawberry Fox 8. Castle Gallery 15. Regents Tailoring 9. Vintage Art Gallery 16. Edinburgh Woollen Mill Important Links Importance to the scheme Galleries 10. House Portrait Art 1. Lacewing Fine Art 11. Silver Gift Gallery 17. Train Station 22.Water Meadows 2. Organic Art 18. Salisbury Cathedral 12. Black Sheep Gallery 3. Ceramics Gallery 23.Town Path 13. Graham Oliver19. Gallery Tourist Info 4. Maltings Art Gallery 24 Waldrons Farm 14. The strawberry Fox 20. Market Square 5. Fisherton Mill Gallery

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19. Tourist Info 20. Market Square

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21. Toursit Info 17

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Salisbury Salisbury Train Station Importance toCathedral the scheme Art centre

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Local Schools Important Links Leaden Hall School 17. Train Station Salisbury Cathedral 18. Salisbury Cathedral St Osmonds Primary 19. Tourist Info Bishops Wordsworth

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23.Town Path 24 Waldrons Farm

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ESTABLISHING CONNECTIONS

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CHURCHFIELDS SITE ANALYSIS

Obselescence

Size of property Sq ft Building Condition Age of Property Contaminated Land Size of property Sq ft Obselescence Building Condition Age of Property Contaminated Land Size of property Sqof ft property Sq Obselescence Obselescence Building Condition Contaminated Land Size ft Building Condition Age of Property Age of Property Contaminated Land Obselescence

Obselete

Dilapidated

Dilapidated Obselete Obsolescence Obselete BuildingObselete Condition Poor Poor Nearing Obselete Nearing Obselete Nearing Obselete Average Nearing Obselete Average Reasonable Reasonable Reasonable Good Reasonable Good Good Order Good Order Good Order Good Order Excellent Excellent

Building Condition

Age of Property

Size of property Sq ft

Contaminated Land

Contaminated Contaminated Contaminated Contaminated 0-1500 Contaminated 0-1500 0-1500 1970 & Before 1970 & Before Age of Property Size of Property Contaminated Land 1970 & Before Not Contaminated 1500-3000 Poor Not Contaminated Not Contaminated 1500-3000 1500-3000 1970s Poor Not Contaminated 1500-3000 Poor Not Contaminated 1500-3000 1970s 1970s Nearing Obselete 1970s 3000-5000 1970s Average 3000-5000 3000-5000 1980s Average 3000-5000 3000-5000 1980s ReasonableAverage 1980s 1980s 5000-10000 1980s Good 5000-10000 5000-10000 Good 5000-10000 1990s Good OrderGood 1990s 5000-10000 1990s 1990s 1990s 10000-20000 10000-20000 Excellent 10000-20000 2000s 2000s 10000-20000 Excellent 10000-20000 2000s Excellent 2000s 2000s 20000 Plus 20000 Plus 20000 Plus 20000 Plus 20000 Plus

1970 & Before Dilapidated 1970 & Before Obselete Dilapidated

0-1500

Dilapidated 0-1500

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Scale Test Scale Test Scale Test Scale Test

Water

Churchfields Site Churchfields Site Tree Location Churchfields Churchfields Site Site

Roads Tree Tree Location Views Views Without Disruption Views Without Disruption Location Without Disruption Tree Location Views Without Disruption Tree Location Views Without Disruption

Buildings

Churchfields Buildings Site Buildings Water Buildings Buildings

Green Buildings Space Green Space Roads Green Space Green Space

Green Views Space Without Disruption

Green Space

Scale Sun Path SunTest Path Sun Path Sun Path

Scale Test

Sun Path

Roads

Wind

Tree Location

Flooding Risk Sun Path

Sun Path June

March

Buildings

June

December

March

Sun Path

Green Space

Uniterupted Views

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December

Sunris

Sunri

Sunset Sunset Sunset Sunset

Churchfields Site Green Space

Roads Water Roads Roads Roads

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Water Water Water Water

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CHURCHFIELDS SITE ANALYSIS

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SITE IN RELATION TO IMMEDIATE C ONTEXT

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Water

S AMPLE ANALYSIS

5.

Roads

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Views Without Disruption

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Tree Location

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Churchfields Site

Buildings

Green Space

A R T S & C R A F TS

AGRICU LTURAL LAND

IDEA Waldron Farm & Housing

The Old Mill

Water Meadows Old Town Path Scale Test

Supermarket

Salisbury Market Sun Path

Salisbury Art centre

Salisbury Cathedral

Train Station

WOOL & FARMING HISTORY

HISTORIC USE OF WATER

Sun Path June

S A L IS B U R Y T W E E D

March

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Sunset

Housing

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SITE IN RELATION TO RELEVANT C ONTEXT

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WOOL FACTORIES

SHEEP FARMS

MIXED FARMS

FARM SHOPS

Salisbury Tweed Mixed Farms

Sheep Farms

Farm Shops

Farming Other

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CHURCHFIELDS MASTERPLAN DEVELOPMENT 24

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Existing Green

DAY RO

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Trees

Green

Housing Car Park

Shops

Green

Buildings

Trees

Car Parks Salisbury Tweed

TELFORD ROAD

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TELFORD ROAD Brunel House

Pedestrian Friendly New Meadow Created Public Green Areas Car Parks

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Factory

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CHURCHFIELDS MASTERPLAN BREAKDOWN CHURCHFIELDS SITE

SITE PLAN

SITE PLAN 5.

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2. 7. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Farm yard 2. Fields Farm House Accomodation Vegetable Patch Farm shop/Pub & Public Library Fashion College Natural Dyes Building Natural Flauna Salisbury Tweed

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Delivery car park Public car park Shallow pools of water Walkway Forest Sheep Field Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric


CHURCHFIELDS MASTERPLAN EXPLAINED

Natural plants for dying process

Grazing Fields

Woodland Area

Public green path

Farm Tracks

Vegetable patch

Main Access Roads

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SALISBURY TWEED SUSTAINABILITY AGENDA

Bringing Back the British Wool Industry

Input

Water Meadows

Local Farms Sheep

Salsibury School of Tweed

Local Business

Potential Businesses

Product

First Process

Second Process

Output

Waste Products

Wool

Dying

Workshops

Gallery

Wool Insulation

Meat

Scouring

Carding

Spinning

Education

Retail

Lanoline Fertiliser

Resourcefulness

Where?

Sustainable Housing

COMMUNITY

Organic Soaps

Industry

Salisbury

RURAL SUSTAINABILITY RURAL

Argicultural Land

Housing

Commercial Strip

Sustainability Cycle

Housing Salisbury Tweed

1800 Churchfields Farm

Weaving Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric


TWEED PRODUCTION

DYEING MIXING CARDING SPINNING WEAVING SCOURING PRESSING Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric


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THE SALISBURY TWEED TRADITION Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric


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Shelter

Spuybroek:Miason Folie

Printing

Herzog & de Meuron:Ricola Storage

Cantilever

Diller & Scofidio:Institute of Art

Suspension

Foster & Partners:Millau Viaduct

Volume

Jan Kaplicky:Selfridges

Geometry

Herzog & de Meuron:Prada

PARALLELS BETWEEN FASHION & ARCHITECTURE

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Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric

Weaving

Herzog de Meuron:Nation Stadium

Wrapping

Frank Gehry:Walt Disney Concert Hall

Identity

Daniel Libeskind:Jewish Museum

Pleating

Gehry Partners:IAC Building

Folding

Wilkinson Eyre: Bridge of Aspiration

Draping

Heatherwick Studio:Temple


PARALLELS BETWEEN FASHION & ARCHITECTURE

WEAVING

PRINTING

WRAPPING

IDENTITY

Weaving has informed my building facade which helps amplify volume and create a lovely weaving texture that carefully wraps itself around the building.

Salisbury Tweed building is applicable to the concept of printing. The weave lends itself to a narrative reflecting its identity. I.e The tweed facade reflects the process of making tweed inside the building.

Salisbury Tweed will establish its own identity as a fashion farming design campus.Its skin is the bronze tweed wrapping around the build.

The building facade of tweed wraps around the building and blurs the visual distintions between the front back and sides.

VOLUME

The building has taken a 2D form out of the same flat bronze materials which has been woven in and out of each other in a twill structure creating volume and depth.

GEOMETRY

The tweed structure is based on a 30x30 grid pattern which makes it very geometrical.

SHELTER

The building aims to reiterate this concept and the synergies presented between fashion and architecture. The building skin is representative of clothing and the bones as the structure in architecture but also as a physical human structure.

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SHELTER The primary function of both clothing and buildings has always been to provide the body

DRAPING

GEOMETRY

with shelter and protection.

Architects have taken the drapery folds of fashion and textiles into fluid building skins, often taking a hard material (metal) and distorting and manipulating it into gentle curtainlike folds.

The use of geometry to generate form is shared by both architects and fashion designers. Simple forms such as circles squares ellipses are used in both disciplines.

PRINTING Taking their inspriation directly from fashion (pattern and texture) architects have choosen to wrap buildings in exuberant printed motifs, often to lend a narrative element to the structure, reflecting its identity or the context of its use in some way.

IDENTITY Both fashion design and architecture have long been used to express ideas of personal, social and cultural identity.

VOLUME PLEATING

Advances in material technology have allowed architects to reinvent what the skin of a building can look like and how it behaves, blurring the distinction between front, back and side facades and

CANTILEVER Cantilevered forms have been borrowed by fashion designers to articulate the surface of garments, manipulate volumes.

roof.

Both fashion & architecture deal with creating space and volumes out of flat , 2D materials. Increasingly, with the aid of new technologies and materials, each has been able to develop shared techniques that provide texture, form and volume in new and

STRUCTURAL SKIN

WRAPPING WEAVING Weaving has been adaopted by architects to connect the spatial volumes of buildings, and craft unconventional surfaces. Fashion designers are responding by using weave in increasingly architectonic ways, lacing, knitting and plaiting warp and weft together in unorthodox combinations.

Pleating creates unusual surfaces and helps to amplify volume. The sculptural forms and surface manipulation of these pleated garments have provided inspriation to architects.

In both fashion and architecture designers have recently begun to develop structural skins that bring the surface and the sructure of a design or the “skin and bones” together so they become one and the same thing.

intriguing ways.

SUSPENSION

FOLDING

Fashion designers have also borrowed the principle of suspension from architecture. Suspension in tailoring can refers to the way the peices of fabric seem to hang in the final garment, held together by almost indiscernable layers of handstitching, or describe a system of cables that hoist the fabric in a way that recalls the engineering of suspension bridges.

Architects use folding as a device to create greater visual interest through dramatic effects of lighting and shadow on a building’s exterior surface. In fashion the fold is being used in increasingly complex ways to give both structure and form to the construction of garments.

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PARALLELS BETWEEN FASHION & ARCHITECTURE

TWEED TYPES Plain

Houndstooth

Herringbone

TWEED STRUCTURES Check

Plain

Houndstooth

Herringbone

TWEED BREAKDOWN Check

Plain

Warp/Weft

Warp

Weft

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ARCHITECTURAL PLANS GROUND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

ROOF PLAN

@1:500

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TWEED- PARALLELS BETWEEN FASHION & ARCHITECTURE

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MODELLING TWEED

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ELEVATIONS

South

North

East

West

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MATERIALITY

Nordic Brown

Standard Surface

Nordic Brass Nordic Light Brown

Corten Steel

Nordic Royal

Copper

Bronze Tweed

BRONZE Corten steel Tweed

Copper Tweed

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MATERIAL DETAILS

1. 7. 8.

Elevational Panel showing section cut through

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1:20 Section

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01. Skylight 02. Moisture Retention Layer 03. Root Barrier 04. Filter Fabric 05. Drainage Layer 06. Greenroof Waterproof Membrane 07. Bronze Copping 08. Z Shaped Bracket (fixing tweed panel back to concrete) 09. Bronze Tweed Sheet 6mm 10. Waffle Roof 11. DPM 12. Concrete 200mm 13. Rigid Insulation 200mm 14. 30cm x 30cm Aperture 15. DPC 16. Plaster (Flush with bronze metal aperture fixings)

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Rivet Fixing the Bronze panels back to the stainless steelframe- fixing invisible

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17. Kerb (Stops grass growing close to building) 18. Earth 19. Pee Gravel 20. Drain 21. Concrete slab 22. Scree 23. Copper Piping 24. 200mm Insulation 25. DPC

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Standards pre-manufacturered 3m length by 1.2m width bronze weaved panel

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19. 18.

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21. 20.

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TWEED PANEL DETAILS Breakdown of Components Tweed

Tweed Corner fixing

Slotted lateral restraint adjustment

Adjustable L shape Brackets

‘Drop & Slot’ The ajoining panel has a hole inserted into its stainless steel frame to locate OVER the fixing lug

Main Openings 12mm Lug 19mm Diametre

Lug fixing 12mm Diametre. There will be 3 lugs per panel. This fixing will leave a tiny 6mm gap between panels.

‘Slot’& ‘Drop’

Bronze weave is site fixed

Concrete Shell wrapped in Tweed

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FARMING TWEED Salisbury F A S H I Tweed ON Fabulous British Fabric


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M OModel D EPhotographs L

South

East Elevation

South Elevation

Above South Perspective

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Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric


Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric


Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric


Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric


Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric


SALISBURY TWEED Fabulous British Fabric

Salisbury Tweed Fabulous British Fabric

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