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PAVILLION


What is the pavillion? The major aim is to provide good quality spaces to disadvantaged neighborhoods and to promote a new culture that provides their residences with better alternatives for education, leisure and culture.

CLIENT

DESIGNERS Aims of the project

flow of information

PUERTO MAMM PROJECT

CONNECTION OF PARK WITH THE CITY AND THE WORLD

portable to different parts of the city

ACTIVITIES THAT COMPLIMENT THE MUSEUM PROGRAM eductional programs and workshops

show reproductions of work to other parts of the city to encourage people to visit the museum

[Academic use only]

allows collaboration with different people


MaMM Activities and aims


What is the pavillion? ENTRANCE

1

KITCHEN

WORKSPACE

THEATRE

GRANDSTAND AND ROOFGARDEN

2

Tipi House: Has its own structure to stand alone

Paso House: Needs extra support to stand alone

[Academic use only]

Bartlett Kitchen Team + Columbian team

Team 2 BRIEF Includes a module in the ground level consisting in a public kitchen. It must not touch the ground. It has to be totally closed during the night. The propose design for the kitchen will consist on a square module with a table 1.00m high from the ground level. The table will have a U form so that the responsible of the kitchen can go in the core of the U and attend the public.

Bartlett Kitchen Team

designed by other bartlett and colombian students

HAMMOCK STORAGE


Group configuration

KITCHEN TEAM

Victoria B

Organisation and deadlines of project

BARTLETT, LONDON Megan S

Wk 1

“ Spectacle of viewing an activity from lots of different points of view”

Wk 2

Wk 3

Wk 4

layou

“ Elements of user participation and using natural elements to give form and shape of the architecture”

t & program Jose-Ignacio Victoria B

Logis

tics buildin

g considerations

Megan S Jose-Ignacio

Freya C

Jose-Ignacio Victoria B

struc

ture

Freya C

Freya C Me Victoria B

Freya C Me

Me

sequence

floor diagrams -kitchen uses

of buildin

g

Me

“Platforms of different activities present a playfulness and heirachy”

Jose-Ignacio

Victoria B Freya C

Pulley systems and equipment and storage needs

Able to be built by hand

1:20 model exploring options of smoke and water facades

“ Simplistic joints make a highly adaptable and easy to make building”

Megan S

“Modular forms to produce many different configurations for different activites”

Iteration B

Megan S

Iteration A

roof

Me


Patula PINe


Patula PINe harvest


HOUSE 2: functions and uses 1:1 scale testing: kitchen plan

Scenarios

ITEMS NEEDED

flexible hood and chimney

1

1

queuing space

BBQ

2 2

Access to other floors

3 barspace

Hood needed

Ice and food storage

3

4 Pulley system for storage

serving space

3m x 3m plan of occupation

Coal storage

4 pulley needed cooking space


vertical functions STORAGE FOR BAR

BAR SERVING / KITCHEN EATING

SEATING WORKSHOP

STORAGE FOR BAR

SEATING WORKSHOP

SECOND FLOO

R

FIRST FLO

OR

BAR SERVING / KITCHEN EATING

GRO

UND

1:1 Scale drawing with real life people

FLOO

R


sMOKE AND WATER facade

ic use only]

SMOKE

non treated timber

WATER

WEST FACADE (INTERIOR) 1:20 smoked timber (EXTERIOR) charred timber EAST FACADE 1:20

smoke treatment of the facade

WALL SECTION 1:20

WEST FACADE (EXTERIOR) 1:20

planters that trickle rain water through the facade

WALL SECTION 1:20

East facade: smoke. West facade: water.


water facade

Second Floor: Ice is sent down from top floor water collected from roof collected water is put into the counter weights

First Floor: Ice and water movement can be seen from first floor Access via the ladder gives access to plants grown on facade

Ground Floor: Ice delivered to kitchen area to keep the drinks cold Water delivered to clean kitchen Recycled water used as counter balance


smoke facade

Ground Floor: Coal is deposited in coal bag and used for barbeque Smoke is drawn up from barbeque Goods arrive by van and placed in boc

First Floor: Coal runs down chute Smoke is drawn up flue Goods transported by pulley system

Second Floor: Coal stored and placed in chute when needed Smoke is exhausted out of the chimney Goods arrive and stored on deck


Hanging concept

Lanzarote bridge project where the detail forces are directed from horizontal to vertical without bolting through the concrete column.

Four joints connecting the structure to the pavilion skeleton provides the strength for the structure to hang without touching the ground. The ladder on the ground floor is removeable at night. This concept of hanging follows through to other aspects of the structure- for example the kitchen.


iteration A

[Academic use only]


iteration A


reality check- critique and adjustment

reinforcement of the corners are needed otherwise the structure will shear

Structure is doubled up and the balcony does not have enough support

Balancing the kitchen on the hanging elements could be improved using a triangular structure

The vertical elements although available, at 7-8m long, would be expensive and massive


Facade development for real life

A B

A

B

A and B pieces slot diagonally over the existing floor beams of the pavillion. This way it truly hangs off the existing frame

41kg

For sequencing see Sequence of build pages (two pages after this one)

Elevation showing how the different A and B components tesselate together


sequence of build stage 1

stage 3

stage 2

stage 4


stage 1

stage 2

2

1

3


stage 4

2

1

3


1:10 construction model


Group configuration RAMP ROOF

GROUP ORGANISATION FOR TEAM 3 Victoria B Ximena

Megan S

Jose

+

LONDON

MEDELLIN Juliana

Jose-Ignacio

MATERIALS Freya C

Mello

STRUCTURE

Me Daniela

FURNITURE

GROUP CONFIGURATIONS

Group 1

Group 2 Group 3


sTRUCTURAL cONCEPT- 3D to 2d

London Team

Team 3- London +Medellin Students

Continuation of the triangular forms but from a three dimensional to a two dimensional form gives a link between the two while also being tied together

2

1

3

1

Bartlett kitchen

2

Colombian + Bartlett working space

3

Entrance to the pavillion


cONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUE RESEARCH

timber panels with groove cut out

modules lead to different kinds of configurations

welded together joint

Basic panels and pieced together with specially made metal connections

Cardboard tests

Lucien Pellat-Finet Shinsaibashi Shop by Kengo Kuma each connection made where 3 modules meet


cONSTRUCTION iteration

too expensive


Furniture in the wall

Table and chairs configured to fit into the facade. The angle of te facade means that rainwater falls away.


flexibility in use and storage

COMPONENTS

CONFIGURATIONS

Lecture arrangement

Workshop arrangement


pavillion portfolio interim