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Towards A slow food co-housing Typology

4. Architecture will respect and preserve the natural environment that it is housed in.

CLARISSA Y E E

UNIT 22

YEAR 4 PROJECT

2011-2012


Towards A slow food co-housing Typology m6- easy reach to the rest of the cointry by car

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Denny Beck Barn

Denny Beck Farm

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Due to the rock and soil build up of the area, the nutritional value of the soil and the rock build up is important in the habitats for wild salmon, trout, beavers, and owls to name a few. There is risk of contaminating the river and soil of the river which could easily wash debris and waste up the river and destroy habitats.

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to lancaster

The site is part of a region where the bedrock is made of Roeburndale member bedrock,Ward’s Stone Sandstone. It is typically sharp and erosional, and rests upon siltstones and fine-grained sandstones of the Roeburndale specific to lancashire. The slow food attitude extends to that of the environment- to protect it as it provides us with nutritional value that we must not destroy.

CLARISSA Y E E

UNIT 22

YEAR 4 PROJECT

2011-2012

barn owls housing on decline

bats houses need to be maintained

wild salmon and trout falling rocks may block their path for migration


Towards A slow food co-housing Typology

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Lancashire and the world Supermarkets, restaurants, farm shops markets

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Earth Farmland, land River, living Soil, Back garden, Tree, Plants

Path & Cycle Path

Car Park Car Park Beckside

10.7m Sewage Works

Bulk Bridge

Stepaside

Denny Beck Barn

Denny Beck Farm

Ashrigg

Beck House

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7

5

2

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NE (Tr

ack)

35.4m

29.9m

FOOD: nearby Halton and Lancaster

land living

Issues

Lay-by

Cattle Grid

Woodlands

16.8m

ESHA W LA

3

A 68

37.9m

11.3m

Cae Newydd

GRIM

North Lodge

CG

38.2m

Woodfield

Kilindi

TARGETED INCREASED

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40.9m

Earth Farmland, River, Soil, Back garden, Tree, Plants

Caravan & Camp Site

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Path (um)

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CG

Beach Croft

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New Parkside Farm

POSIBILITY FOR WIND ENERGY AREA

WOODLAND

project The link

1:2000 Site map. Site market by red line

The site is on the north banks of River Lune. Halton, the closest village is only 3 miles away and is easily reachable by car and by bike.

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2011-2012

LAND: countryside around the river Lune


Towards A slow food co-housing Typology

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g in y bu

lanca shi re

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ng

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15 mins to Halton Centre

st

2

di

Mill Building

Distanced from supermarkets and major farm shops and farmer’s markets

s

4. River Lune

3. Boathouse and Fishing Hut

2. 18th century Mill Building

d gro wi an ng , g bu n t ti

1. Banks of the Lune

an d

th

e

m6

Site photographs

Site looks as if it is in the middle of a bounty of food, however, it is actually isolated from the purchase of food there are more chances to buy food in supermarkets than it is to get it from a farm. As these farms sell their produce to industry only. Distance from food and its source is further here than in the city where it appears more abundant

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3

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Boat house and fishing Hut

4

YEAR 4 PROJECT

UNIT 22

supermarkets

project

food eating

The link

The site is isolated and even though in close proximity to farms the ‘distance’ from food is further than people who live in the city, which makes sharing between the community more important. It becomes the link between enjoyment of food and living to the land where it is from. Its connection with the land is potentially evident, but the appreciation of slow food is not. The site looks like a rural food growing heaven from afar, but in actual fact it has been a paved building site since 1930s with crumbling rock faces. The rocks themselves are dangerous river habitat and can distrupt the flow of the river. Building on the site can also affect flying creatures like owls and bats.

CLARISSA Y E E

crumbling rock faces made of sandstone and limestone- integral to landscape but not good for growing on

Ground here paved over, as there were existing buildings on this site, as there has been since 1930

farms

farm shops

N

2011-2012

Earth Farmland, River, Soil, Back garden, Tree, Plants

land living

Lancashire and the world supermarkets, restuarants, farm shops markets


Towards A slow food co-housing Typology

FREE MATERIALS: From site: Stones, rocks, sand, water, air

sand

water

rock

rammed earth

FREE MATERIALS: FSalt Ayre, Ovangle Road, Lancaster Major recycling centre for household waste and holds many materials: cans, cardboard, electronic equipment, fluroscent tubes, fridges/freezers, gas bottles, glass, garden waste, hard plastics,, paper, paint, plastic bags, plastic bottles, plaster, plasterboard, rubble, hardcore, scrap metal, textiles, tyres.

Lancashire Local building materials those that use aggregates, brick, stone, timber.

Timber frame scrap metal

cardboard

glass

rubble

sustainably grown timber

Study into local materials and what could suitably be used to be inkeeping with the landscape and more importantly the ground.

Soil and nature

CLARISSA Y E E

UNIT 22

YEAR 4 PROJECT

2011-2012


Towards A slow food co-housing Typology

Jet Grouting acts as retaining wall and as foundations

+ cement

+

+ soil

water

= grouting drill

Jet grouting pile

Sizes of the Jet grouting depend on the stability of the soil but can be up to 2m wide. View under main timber structure where timber columns meet jet grouting (soil stabilisation piles)

By using the Jet grouting method of making foundations, this not only improves the quality of the soil but is enriching and improving the stability of the soil and maintains the natural feel of the soil around it.

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Section and Plan 1:200 of Jet grouting piles and timber columns [Academic use only]

UNIT 22

YEAR 4 PROJECT

2011-2012

Example of Jet grouting underpinning an existing building and what the appearance is like when ground is dug away from it.


Towards A slow food co-housing Typology

ENCLOSING ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR

VISUALISATION OF JET GROUTING SPACE IN USE FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS.

OUTDOOR USE DOUBLES UP AS VIEWING PLATFORMS AND SEATING

approaches to site from roadtop retaining wall minimal to show building beneath bottom- retaining slope becomes part of the building

The quality of the rough edged and uneven nature of the jet grouting could make for interesting spaces inside and out. They posess a rough outdoor quality which can be manipulated and played up by the may they are inhabited.

CLARISSA Y E E

UNIT 22

YEAR 4 PROJECT

2011-2012


Towards A slow food co-housing Typology

OUTSIDE

INSIDE

Indoor and outdoor blurs with the use of materials being the same from indoor to out. Also. the continuation helps with the feeling of comfort and privacy within these outdoor spaces.

CLARISSA Y E E

UNIT 22

YEAR 4 PROJECT

2011-2012


Towards A slow food co-housing Typology

Jet grouting forms pools that intregrate built environments and natural environments. The pools encourage wildlife to reside and help with the reproduction of fish, frogs and otters.

CLARISSA Y E E

UNIT 22

YEAR 4 PROJECT

2011-2012

2011-2012 _portfolio statements4  

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