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GUOGE SERENA 3035023934 THE UNNIVERSITY OF HONGKONG DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN THOMAS TSANG SEMESTER2 YEAR1


Site plan, Changliu village Group sites, Wall


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Plan, Wall Site model, Spine Three interpretations(from left to right): Non-corner, Interlock. Bracket


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

project1 This project will deal with design issues relating to the organazation of the village as an overall structure. the project will explore the village as an organization of houses and spaces in various scales.taking the existing village plan as a given condition,explore an alternative organization and a detailed plan for the village.


NON-CORNER Whatever sharp is vulnerable.


Chapter 1: INSIDE-OUT/OUTSIDE-IN

What is inside?And what is outside? Sometimes the definition of them can be blur.

Chapter 2: SHARP/VULNERABLE

The sharpest thing can be the most vulnerable as well.

Chapter 3: NON-CORNER/CORNER

What if the houses have no corner?


INSIDE-OUT/OUTSIDE-IN What is inside?And what is outside? Sometimes the definition of them can be blur.


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Plans, non-corner Drawn Scale: 1:150


PLAN

CHAPTER1 INSIDE-OUT/OUTSIDE-IN

Plan, non-corner Drawn Scale: 1:150


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Plan, Non-corner Drawn Scale: 1:150


PLAN

CHAPTER1 INSIDE-OUT/OUTSIDE-IN

Plan, Non-corner Drawn Scale: 1:150


PLAN

CHAPTER1 INSIDE-OUT/OUTSIDE-IN

Plans, Corner/Non-corner Drawn Scale: 1:50


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Plan, Non-corner Drawn Scale: 1:50


PLAN

CHAPTER1 INSIDE-OUT/OUTSIDE-IN

Plan, Non-corner Drawn Scale: 1:50


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Site model, Non-corner Scale: 1:150


SITE MODEL

CHAPTER1 INSIDE-OUT/OUTSIDE-IN

Details, Non-corner Scale: 1:150


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Tectonic model, Infolding Scale: Non-Scale


TECTONIC MODEL

CHAPTER1 INSIDE-OUT/OUTSIDE-IN

overlap

shift

offset


Whatever sharp is vulnerable.


SHARP/VULNERABLE

The sharpest thing can be the most vulnerable as well.


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Tectonic model, Corrosion of corner over time Scale: Non-Scale


CORNER STUDY

CHAPTER2 SHARP/VULNERABLE

Tectonic model, Corrosion of corner over time Scale: Non-Scale Paper


Chapter 3: CORNER/NON-CORNER

What if the houses have no corner?


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Site model, Non-corner Scale: 1:150


ITE MODEL

CHAPTER3 CORNER/NON-CORNERS

sharing

embracing

Sketch, Sections

extruding

talking


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Detail, Non-corner Scale: 1:150


ITE MODEL

CHAPTER3 CORNER/NON-CORNERS

Details with light, Non-corner

Sketch, Overlapping


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Tectonic model, Non-corner Stacking Non-scale


TECTONIC MODEL

CHAPTER3 CORNER/NON-CORNER

Tectonic model,

(upper, from left to right)Corners defined by Dot, Line, Mass (lower, from left to right) Infolding, Disappearance, Non-corner Non-scale


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Tectonic model, Corner defined by DOT Non-scale


TECTONIC MODEL

CHAPTER3--CORNER/NON-CORNER

layering

folding

isolating

Sketch, Dot corner


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Tectonic model, Coner defined by LINE Non-scale


TECTONIC MODEL

CHAPTER3 CORNER/NON-CORNER

crossing

overlapping

suspending

Sketch, Line corner


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Tectonic model, Coner defined by MASS Non-scale


TECTONIC MODEL

CHAPTER3 CORNER/NON-CORNER

enclosed

imbalanced

Sketch, mass corner

extended


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Tectonic model, Infolding Scale: Non-Scale


TECTONIC MODEL

CHAPTER3 CORNER/NON-CORNER

overlap

shift

offset

Sketch, Mass corner


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Tectonic model, Disappearance of Coner Non-scale


TECTONIC MODEL

CHAPTER3 CORNER/NON-CORNER

disappearing

descending

substraction

Sketch, Disappearring corner


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Tectonic model, Non-corner Non-scale


TECTONIC MODEL

CHAPTER3 CORNER/NON-CORNER

colliding

penetrating

Sketch, Non-corner

embracing


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Workshop

We will look at the town of Changliu as a representative of other towns, to develop a set of rules for the town’s development. The Village code,Guangdong, is to contain rules that do not outline a fixed form, but which create an architectural condition as a response to the encounter between the global and the local.


Changliu, Conghua, Guangdong


GROUP1:The town as a condition-organization of houses GROUP2:Gaps

GROUP3:Roads

GROUP4:Programmes

GROUP5:Houses-form/volumes/facades

GROUP6:Sructures-materials/technical aspects/colors


WORKSHOP

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Boundary

Direction

Pictures, Changliu village


MATRIX

VILLAGE CODES

Village codes, Matrix (group work)


WORKSHOP

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Drawing, Radial arrangement Scale:1:150 (group work)


TESTING

VILLAGE CODES

Model, Test of Radial arrangement Scale:1:150


WORKSHOP

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Site-Compound

connection

roof Model, Memory Scale:1:50 (group work)


MODEL

VILLAGE CODES

Model, Memory Scale:1:50 (group work)

solid&void


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Changliu village, Old codes, New codes, Houses Scale:1:50 (whole class)


Model, Memory Scale:1:50 (group work)


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

PROJECT2 The design of the house will seek to find a contemporary alternative to the vernacular rural house. the design problem is a 200sqm village house. The house design will explore the program,massing, parti, structure and detail of the house.The new proposal must consider the existing house on its site, its form, construction or foundation.The model making and drawing process will also take on the hybrid and utilize media drawing and model making techniques.


CORNER HOUSE Changliu, Conghua, Guangdong


Model(whole class), Changliu village Scale:1:50


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Site plan, Changliu village Scale:1:1000


SITE PLAN

STUDY

Site plan, Changliu village Scale:1:100


Chapter 1: CORNER Corners can appear in different scales.

Chapter 2: WALL Corner acts as a conjunction of walls.

Chapter 3: VOLUMN

Corner have a quality of “volume“.


CORNER

Corners can appear in different scales.


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Study model, Non-corner Non-scale


TECTONIC MODEL

CHAPTER1 CORNER

in-between

offset

joint


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Study model, Corner with quality of VOLUME Non-scale


STUDY MODELS

CHAPTER1 CORNER


Chapter 2: WALL Corner acts as a joint of walls.


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING


ODEL

CHAPTER2 WALLM

Details, Corner with quality of VOLUME Non-scale

Study model, Corner with quality of VOLUME Continous wall Non-scale


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Study model, Continous wall Non-scale


MODEL STUDY

CHAPTER2 WALL

Detail, Continous wall Scale:1:100


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Rule1 All the corners must be 90 degree.

Rule2 Demarcation can happen when necessary.


IAGRAM

CHAPTER2 WALLD

Rule3 The walls never completely meet each other. Rule4 The carvation of the corner must be either rectangular or square.

Rule5 The definition of corener is the area where two walls meet, so the carvation can happen beteween walls, wall and roof, wall and floor.


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Rule6 The corner should have a quality of “volume”.

Rule7 The corner should be made use of in terms of human scale and activities.


IAGRAM

CHAPTER2 WALLD

Section, Programme of corner Drawn scale:1:50


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Section, Programme of corner


ECTION/PLAN

CHAPTER2 WALLS

Plan, Continous wall with different corners Drawn scale: 1:100


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Plan, Multiple readings of wall Scale:1:100


LAN/SKETCH

CHAPTER2 WALLP

wall

furniture

staircase

room


ODEL

CHAPTER2 WALLM

one storey

inter-storey

Model, Continous wall (with changing level) Scale:1:100


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

shifting

connecting


ODEL

CHAPTER2 WALLM

Models, Continous wall Scale:1:100

merging

Sketch, Continous wall


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Model, Continous wall(vertical) Scale:1:100


ODEL

CHAPTER2 WALLM

Model, Two continous wall(vertical&horizontal) Scale:1:100


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING


Drawing,Continious wall Drawn scale:1:50


PROJECT1 NON-CORNER

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING


Chapter 3: VOLUMN

Corner have a quality of “volume“.


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Tectonic model Non-scale


ECTONIC MODEL

CHAPTER3 VOLUMET

memory

dialogue

intrusion


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Tectonic model, Variations Non-scale

Plan, Open corner Scale:1:100


ECTONIC MODEL

CHAPTER3 VOLUMET


PROJECT2-CORNER HOUSE


ITE MODEL

CHAPTER3 VOLUMES

Site model, Volume Scale:1:100

Site model, Volume Scale:1:150

Detail, Infolding staircase Scale:1:100

Drawing, Volume coner Scale:1:50


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Model, Change of thickness of the wall Scale:1:50


ITE MODEL

CHAPTER3 VOLUMES

Sketches, Change of thickness of the wall


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING


LAN

CHAPTER3 VOLUMEP

Detail, Corner house Drawn scale:1:25

Plan, Corner house Drawn scale:1:25


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING


ECTION1

CHAPTER3 VOLUMES

Detail, Corner house Drawn scale:1:25

Section, Corner house Drawn scale:1:25


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING


ECTION2

CHAPTER3 VOLUMES

Detail, Corner house Drawn scale:1:25

Section, Corner house Drawn scale:1:25


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Model, Corner house Scale:1:50


MODEL

CHAPTER3 VOLUME

Model, Corner house with neighbour Scale:1:50


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Model, Corner house Scale:1:50


ODEL

CHAPTER3 VOLUMEM

Detail, Moments Scale:1:50


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

2.2.4 For two-storey or higher buildings adjacent to each other, a setback must be applied to preserve the entry of natural light.

5.5.0 Houses more than two storeys must not have pitched roofs.

5.5.1 The edge of these roofs must be angled between 4o and 36o.

2.1.4 The number of openings to the enclosed spaces should not exceed 4 to maintain privacy and allow people to gather together.

2.2.1 The dimension of gaps as passage are of widths between 1.5m and 2.75m.

5.0.2 Height varies between 2.5 to 11m with single storey pitched roofs up to 5m.

Reference, Village codes From Workshop


ULES/DIAGRAM

CHAPTER3 VOLUMER

Drawings, Moments


PROJECT2 CORNER HOUSE

YEAR1 STUDIO 2013 SPRING

Photos, Corners in city Scale: multiple


ICTURES

CHAPTER3 VOLUMEP

Photos, Corners in city Scale: multiple

Y1 SEM2 SPRING  

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