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ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO AIR 355491 KAT REN JIN


CONTENTS 01. Expression of Interest

1.1. Case for Innovation

1.1.1. Architecture as a Discourse

1.1.2. Computing in Architecture

1.1.3. Parametric Modelling

1.1.4. Case for Innovation Conclusion:

I.2. Research Project

I.2.1. Scope of Possibilities

I.2.1.1. Input/Association/Output Matrix I.2.1..2. Reverse-Engineered Case-Study

I.2.1.2.1. Assembly Methods

1.2.1.3. Digital Fabrication 1.2.14 Digital Experiementation 1.2.15 Materiality

I.2.2. Research Project Conclusion

I.3. Expression of Interest Conclusion:


01.

Expression of Interest 1.1. Case for Innovation


nterest


Dresden’s Military History Museum / Daniel Libeskind With Polish-Jewish descent, American architect Daniel Libeskind often deals with difficult designs that evolves a complex mix of emotions. His famous designs includes :  Jewish Museum Berlin,  Felix Nussbaum Haus,  Imperial War Museum North,  Denver Art Museum,  Westside Shopping and Leisure Centre,  Danish Jewish Museum, and the under construction One World Trade Center. Like Frank Gehry, Libeskind is an expressionist. He is radical and expressive. The designs share mere similarities with each other. Often attracts critics’ disccussion. But as he believes, architecture should be risky, vibrant,unexpected and create critics. The ‘killing’ of the ancient building. The extension dramatically slices the 135 year old original museum through centre, destory the building’s symmetry and massives with an open and transparent glass façade, revealing some parts of the original building through opacity. It metaphors the openness and exciting new German democracy society pushes the severe authoritarian past. Libeskind’s design gave ‘life’ to the almost-abandoned-museum. It invites people to examine violent German past and experience the hope & courage and passion for peace.

“I wa

pene ture

lence


anted to create a bold interruption, a fundamental dislocation, to

etrate the historic arsenal and create a new experience. The architecwill engage the public in the deepest issue of how organized vio-

e and how military history and the fate of the city are intertwined.” —Daniel Libeskind, 2012

1.1.1. Architecture as a Discourse - State of Art Project-Dresden’s Military History Museum


A Gateway to New York Rebuilding Ground zero master plan/Daniel Libeskind

The memorial’s waterfall goes to the bottom where the victims of 9/11 lost their lives. It is made visible to the public . It documents the day. People have a sense of verticality of the depth of the event. w Five tall buildings echoes in the positioning, in the grid as a spiral form at the 1world trade centre. The tower of the 1 World Trade Centre has a symbolic height of

Libeskind’s desgin inspirations: • Create a space that has never existed before • A space we’ve never entred except our mind and our spirit • Yet it is what architecture is based on • Architecture is not based on concrete, steel and elements of the soil. • Architecture is based on wonder. • It is a story, told by hard materials. • A story struggles against impossibilities.

` ‘Sometimes it seems that the most important quality an architect can possess is optimism. Without optimism, you cannot do architecture because architecture requires beliefs in the future.’


1.1.1. Architecture as a Discourse - State of Art Project-Ground Zero Master Plan


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1.1.1. Architecture as a Discourse - State of Art Project-Ground Zero Master Plan


Daniel Li

17 Words of A

MEMORABLE vs

DEMOCRATIC vs AUTHORITARIAN EXPRESSIVE vs NEUTRAL

OPTIMISM vs

RADICAL vs CONSERVERTIVE EMOTIONAL vs COOL

SPACE vs

RISKY v

INEXPLICABLE vs UNDERSTOOD HAND vs COMPUTER

COMPLEX v


ibeskind:

Architectural

s FORGETABLE

s PESSIMISM

s FASHION

COMMUNICATIVE vs MUTE POINTED vs BLUNT RAW vs REFINED

vs SAFE UNEXPETED vs HABITUAL REAL vs SIMULATED POLITICAL vs EVASIVE

vs SIMPLE

1.1.1. Architecture as a Discourse

State of Art Project - contributed to the architectural discourse


Design Approach Attributed to the brief of the Ga - Memorable: • not only remembered by Wyndham City but also makes Wyndham remembered by the rest, the passing-bys, the never-beens. • should not be recognised from any preceding designs.

- Communicative: • • • • •

art of communication reaches subjects that are not explicitly available vibrant and pluralistic an art instalment that is not just an ‘art instalment’ stimulating

- Pointed: • even in a small site on freeway it has the power through its leverage to transform Wyndham City

- Raw & Unexpected & Real • • • • • • • • •

not just some abstract objects Untouched by experiences Untouched by expensive materials The art instalment is not just something we aesthetically appreciate But moves ahead in unexpected directions, making people curious, to wonder ‘why’, to make people explore further on the subject Leads to more possibilities beyond the site itself creates sparkle of new energy reaches human heart human soul - touches us and connects us

- Complexity: • it represents Wydham not just in terms of spatial complexity - City, Country, Coast, but also the complexity of our thoughts, mind experiences.


ateway Project • art instalment should mirror that complexity

- Hands: • Make computer respond to our design, not design respond to computer technology

- Inexplicable • • • •

the experience should be inexplicable in words it should operate in light, proportion, material and technologies. that connects people to varies sources that isn’t really frontal but is imbedded in the lives, history, and the city

- Emotional & Expressive & Radical:

• emotion is an important dimension that should be introduced into city life • the art instalment should be an expression of the city that tells a story • a story that is on-going and not static

• and people push the story forward - Optimism • most importantly • that we believe the art instalment is going to make an positive impact on Wyndham City • that can drive the entire social & political aspects of Wyndham City forward with big ideas • struggles through disbelieves • struggles through each problematic issues

1.1.1. Architecture as a Discourse -Approach of ideas attribute to the brief


1.1.4. Case for Innovation Conclusion


01.

Expression of Interest I.2. Research Project


nterest


Boolean Patterning

Arbitrary Points

Surface grid

ASSOCIATED TECHNIQUES -Using Sets

Data Driven Components

Data Ext


a Driven trusion

Data Driven Rotation

Data Driven Shading

I.2.1. Scope of Possibilities I.2.1.1. Input/Association/Output Matrix


surface normal

Overlapping Patterns

Explicit Grids

ASSOCIATED TECHNIQUES -Using Sets

Data Driven Components

Data Extr


a Driven rusion

Data Driven Rotation

Data Driven Shading

I.2.1. Scope of Possibilities I.2.1.1. Input/Association/Output Matrix


Boolean Patterning

Arbitrary Points

Surface grid

ASSOCIATED TECHNIQUE: MULTIPLE MATH FUNCTIONS

Data Driven Components

Data Ext


a Driven trusion

Data Driven Rotation

Data Driven Shading

By Vera Cramer I.2.1. Scope of Possibilities I.2.1.1. Input/Association/Output Matrix


surface normal

Overlapping Patterns

Explicit Grids

ASSOCIATED TECHNIQUE: MULTIPLE MATH FUNCTIONS

Data Driven Components

Data Extr


a Driven rusion

Data Driven Rotation

Data Driven Shading

By Vera Cramer I.2.1. Scope of Possibilities I.2.1.1. Input/Association/Output Matrix


Matrix development: surface normal + surface grids + image sampler + extrude+Using sets


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I.2.1. Scope of Possibilities I.2.1.1. Input/Association/Output Matrix


SAMPLE 1

SAMPLE 2

SAMPLE 3

SAMPLE 4

Experiemented with: Lightings - Sunrise & Sunset Different assembly methods


I.2.1. Scope of Possibilities

I.2.1.3. Assembly Methods


Digital Fa

PACHUBE • pacube collects real time data frOMonline and we used them as attrac points • however the data only updates every 15 minutes • since we were looking for something dynamic, t this was uncessesful.

EXCEL/GHOWL • Excel data imprted through Ghowl plug-in • presented in Extrusion • different colours represent different Excel columns

FIREFLY BREAT KANGAROO WE


abrication

• The result is very pleasing. • Very interactive • can be possible for collecting real time wind data for the Gateway Project

THOSC EAVERBIRD

I.2.1. Scope of Possibilities 1.2.1.3. Digital Fabrication


Digital Exper

CIRCLES & COLOUR

POLYLINE VERTICAL

POLYLINE & Z- VECTOR


riementation

• great for Gateway Project, • reacts instantly to the video camera inputs • can be used to project onto surfaceW

LINE EXTRUSION & SURFACE NORMAL

I.2.1. Scope of Possibilities

1.2.14 Digital Experiementation


MATER

PLASTIC

MESH

DEFORMED SURFACE

experiemen

• We explored a series of different types of materials such as plastic, metal mes ITunes visualiser onto the surfaces to see how they react towards the projecti bly’ effect. • Some of the materials can let the projection penetrate through. So we further als such as cloth and metal mesh. • We also explored on deformed surfaces such as bended mesh. The image disto age wrapped around the globe. Seen from certain angles the image is extended • we also tried combining different methods together. The outcomes were intere • We can consider combination methods for the Gateway Project since it gives m


RIALITY

nting shapes

deformed + layering

COMBINATION

LAYERING

sh, timber etc. We used projector and projected ions. We especially liked the Plastic. It gave this 窶話ubexplored on layering several semi-transparent materi-

orts at the deformed surfaces. On the Globe the imd. esting. more complexity to the design.

I.2.1. Scope of Possibilities

1.2.15 Materiality


DESIGN S

• OurDesign will exten itself. Can develope f art instalments in M ham City even possi invloves in different • using real time data • it is not static, is dyn • will become an icon Seen on postcards, a • raises people’s curio the Gateway and wa search on it.


SYSTEM

nd beyond the site further into series of Melbourne CBD, Wyndible in petrol stations. It scales. as parametric design. namic for Wyndham City. advertisements etc. osity when driving past ant to do more re-

I.3. Expression of Interest Conclusion


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