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URBAN ANARCHIST TRANSFORMABLE MATTER

AA Intermediate 13

NURAGITANTI DEWI PERMATASARI

Tought by Soomeen Hahm


The contemporary architectural profession has little to say about at least 1/3 of the world’s population, these are the people who live in slums, favelas, gecekondus, squatter settlements, and shantytowns of the developing world. The names for these places vary, but their living conditions are similar around the world: slums – or housing settlements, typically in cities of the developing world, with inadequate access to safe water; inadequate access to sanitation and other infrastructure; poor structural quality of housing; overcrowding; and insecure residential status.

buildings and urban plans were viewed as instruments of social change, able to dictate, and hopefully improve, social behavior amongst users. Although architect have struggled with upgrading the difficult land on which slums develop; they are not able to disentangle already existing, complex tenure relationships; they have not provided sufficient maintenance and were initially upgraded cheaply; and most failed to adequately account for and harness community participation


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takes into account the patterns, needs, and desires of the poor, rather than imposing a particular architectural expertise or logic that neglects its context

Hassan fathy

Charles Correa

He saw the role of the architect as that of personal consultant yielding his or her training to the aspirations of the homeowner and

His Incremental Housing project in India created a loose, unfinished neighborhood

to the demands of local construction methods and materials

environment in which growth and upgrading was to be determined by the residents

Missfit architecture

Incremental housing

themselves


Chilean firm Elemental

Quinta Monroy Housing significantly upgraded squatter settlements without actually moving the residents themselves. The architects’ design consisted of a loose shell of concrete housing blocks, each house containing unoccupied space on either side where expansion and upgrading could occur as the users saw fit.

Teddy Cruz Tijuana

His Manufactured Site in Tijuana proposes a “modest, flexible, prefabricated structural system of metal uprights, platforms, and stairs of vibrant colors (Feldman, 211)” that would help the inhabitants themselves continue to expand and reinvent their informal patterns of urbanization.

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MATERIAL TESTING Trying different materials for the component and also looking into different possibilities that a geometric shape can do, in this case is tetrahedron.

Polymorph

Metal

Creating full frame geometrical component.

Creating full frame geometrical component.

Advantages:

Advantages:

Reusable, Rigid, can be formed to any shape desired, easy joinery method, Ligihtweight.

Thin, rigid, strong, precise, good aesthetic.

Disafvantages:

Disafvantages:

not precise, has a maximum snapping point.

joinery

Non geometrical intersection Non geometrical intersection created from polymorph and metal.


L COMPONENT

Creates more open structure. The form changes completely when its standing on different phases.

TRIANGULAR BASE

Creates more enclosed structure. The form changes completely when its standing on different phases.


BIASED CHAIN passive self-assembly systems. reconfigurability and programmability and makes it a completely passive system. Each element is completely identical, and they’re biased. Exploring the possible kinetic ability of the component when it is connected to each other.


BAG 1 Assembled with different agregation of triangulated component (tetahedron and pyramid) with different sized component which creates an organic shell like structur.


BAG 2 Wiith the same design operation. Trying to make different iteration of the design. Looking into the enclosed and open structure.


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DESIGN ALGORITHM

Design algorithm that could be easily translated into different scenarios and design need

Starting with a geometry

All points selected

All solid


nslated

Add a guide curve for the extrusion

components placed on the guide points

Split it to the initial geometry

Selecting points for extrusion according to distance

Followed with the porous component

Creates a solid geometrical form

Selecting subdivided curve

And subdivided porous component

Extrude the phases accordingly, and remove some parts according to architectural needs

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DESIGN LANGUAGE Creates a curve along the geometry that has a three dimensional grid frame work that will create phorosity


With the same design language trying to add and subtract from the geometry

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INPUT - OUTPUT SYSTEM


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DESIGN ITERATION

TABLE DESIGN Creating table from the design language without cutting the edges to fit a geometry and extrude some faces.

TOP VIEW

SIDE VIEW

PERSPECTIVE

DESIGN 1

DESIGN 2

DESIGN 3

DESIGN 4


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MAIN STRUCTURE SCAFFOLDING- Materials that allows constant adjustment, change, and could act as a structure. Lightweight with different type of joinery. Easy to understand and practical for different scale requirement.


SUPPORTING STRUCTURE COLLUMN AND BEAM- as scaffolding might not be strong enough for a large scale mega structure, it would be necessary to suggest a suporting structure that holds the scaffolding in place

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JAVA SEA


MUARA ANGKE, JAKARTA SLUMS

MEGA MALLS

ELITE HOUSING

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BUILDING SCALE

Lifted building - doesnt take a lot of space from the ground -flood proof -structural lightness -transparency


Parasitical bulding -connecting one building to another -also lifted -doesnt take any space from the ground -could expand

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PROGRAM TYPOLOGY 3 Meter

aggregation of one singe unit of 3x 3 m cube to different number of aggregation.

r

ete

3M

VOLUME: 27 m3 AREA: 9 M2

2

3

4


5

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HOUSING TYPOLOGY

UNIT

=2

OCCUPANCY = 1 to 2 PROGRAM

UNIT

= STUDIO RESIDENCE

=2

OCCUPANCY = 1 to 2 PROGRAM

= STUDIO RESIDENCE

UNIT

=2

OCCUPANCY = 1 to 2 PROGRAM

= STUDIO RESIDENCE


UNIT

=2

UNIT

=2

OCCUPANCY = 1 to 2

OCCUPANCY = 1 to 2

PROGRAM

PROGRAM

UNIT

= STUDIO RESIDENCE

=2

UNIT

= STUDIO RESIDENCE

=2

OCCUPANCY = 1 to 2

OCCUPANCY = 1 to 2

PROGRAM

= STUDIO RESIDENCE

PROGRAM

= STUDIO RESIDENCE

UNIT

=2

UNIT

=2

OCCUPANCY = 1 to 2

OCCUPANCY = 1 to 2

PROGRAM

PROGRAM

= STUDIO RESIDENCE

= STUDIO RESIDENCE

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SPATIAL COMPONENT

SPATIAL COMPONENT


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SPATIAL COMPONENT


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MATERIAL SPECIFICATION passive self-assembly systems. reconfigurability and programmability and makes it a completely passive system. Each element is completely identical, and they’re biased.passive self-assembly systems. reconfigurability and programmability and makes it a completely passive system. Each element is completely identical, and they’re biased.


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ASSEMBLY GUIDE passive self-assembly systems. reconfigurability and programmability and makes it a completely passive system. Each element is completely identical, and they’re biased.passive self-assembly systems. reconfigurability and programmability and makes it a completely passive system. Each element is completely identical, and they’re biased.

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2.

3.


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4.

5.

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800 m2

800 m2

800 m2

509.9 m2

100% 0 m2

Free roof area

0 0 0 0 0

m2 m2 m2 m2 m2

Free roof area

Free roof area

100% 100% 100%

0 m2 0 m2 0 m2 Free roof area

100%

100% 100% 100% 100% 100%

free roof area : 100%

: 108 m2

100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% free roof area

: 100%


facade

800 m2 Average facade exposure

: 693 M2

800 m2

Average facade exposure

: 378 M2

: 693 M2

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Horizontal dense growth

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Static growth

CONTENT

Maximizing the use of upward platform

Exposed facade

: 180 m2

Supporting structure

; 8 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 200 m2

Free roof area

; 81 m2

Exposed facade

: 234 m2

Supporting structure

; 11 unit 3 S

Free groundfloor area

: 200 m2

Free roof area

; 72 m2

Exposed facade

: 234 m2

Supporting structure

; 8 unit

Free roof area

; 72 m2

Exposed facade

: 270 m2

Supporting structure

; 8 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 300 m2

Free roof area

; 117 m2

Exposed facade

: 252m2

Supporting structure

; 13 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 300 m2

Free roof area

; 90 m2

Exposed facade

: 432 m2

Supporting structure

; 10 unit

Maximizing main circulation and open area in 1 floor Free groundfloor area

: 200 m2

Free groundfloor area

: 300 m2

Free roof area

; 72m2

Free roof area

; 117 m2

Exposed facade

: 234m2

Exposed facade

: 270 m2

Supporting structure

; 2 unit

Supporting structure

; 10 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 200 m2

Free groundfloor area

: 300 m2

Free roof area

; 0 m2

Free roof area

; 0 m2

1 1

Upgraded replacement

Exposed facade

: 0 m2

Exposed facade

: 0 m2

Supporting structure

; 0 unit

Supporting structure

; 0 unit

Slum

Site Area 200 m2

300 m2

61 m2 = 7 unit

61 m2 = 7 unit

34.5 m2 = 8 unit

34.5 m2 = 8 unit 32 m2 = 4 unit


2

Exposed facade

: 297 m2

Free roof area

t

Supporting structure

; 8 unit

Exposed facade

: 378 m2

Supporting structure

; 12 unit

2

Free groundfloor area

: 400 m2

Free roof area

; 144 m2

Free groundfloor area

: 200 m2

Exposed facade

: 306 m2

Free roof area

; 54 m2

Supporting structure

; 16 unit

2

it

; 108 m2

Exposed facade

: 306 m2

Supporting structure

; 12 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 400n m2

2

Free roof area

; 108m2

Free groundfloor area

: 800 m2

m2

Exposed facade

: 450 m2

Free roof area

; 198 m2

nit

Supporting structure

; 8 unit

Exposed facade m2 Supporting structure

; 23 unit

m2

: 585 m2

Free groundfloor area

: 800 m2

Free roof area

; 162 m2

m2

Free groundfloor area

: 400 m2

m2

Free roof area

; 144 m2

Exposed facade

: 666 m2

m2

Exposed facade

: 333 m2

Supporting structure

; 12 unit

Supporting structure

; 16

0 m2

Free groundfloor area

: 400 m2

m2

Free roof area

; 144 m2

Exposed facade

: 549 m2

m2

Exposed facade

: 333 m2

Supporting structure

; 26 unit

unit

Supporting structure

; 6 unit

unit

unit

34.5 m2 32 m2 = 17 m2 = 24 m2 =

= 4 2 3

8 unit unit unit unit

: 800m2

Free roof area

; 216 m2

800 m2

400 m2

61 m2 = 7 unit

Free groundfloor area

61 m2 = 7 unit

55 m2 = 6 unit

34.5 m2 32 m2 = 17 m2 = 24 m2 =

32,6 m2 = 4 unit 17 m2 = 2 unit 36,6 m2 = 5 unit

= 4 2 3

8 unit unit unit unit

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Horizontal dense growth

Horizontal dense growth

Horizontal dense growth

Static growth

Maximizing the use of upward platform

Free groundfloor area

: 200 m2

Free roof area

; 54 m2

Exposed facade

: 306 m2

Supporting structure

; 12 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 200 m2

Free roof area

; 36 m2

Exposed facade

: 234 m2

Supporting structure

; 4 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 200 m2

Free roof area

; 72 m2

Exposed facade

: 180 m2

Supporting structure

; 8 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 200 m2

Free roof area

; 81 m2

Exposed facade

: 234 m2

Supporting structure

; 11 unit 3 S

Free groundfloor area

: 200 m2

Free roof area

; 72 m2

Exposed facade

: 234 m2

Supporting structure

; 8 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 300 m2

Free roof area

; 63 m2

Exposed facade

: 30 n2

Supporting structure

; 13 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 300m2

Free roof area

; 45 m2

Exposed facade

: 306 m2

Supporting structure

; 5 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 300 m2

Free roof area

; 72 m2

Exposed facade

: 270 m2

Supporting structure

; 8 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 300 m2

Free roof area

; 117 m2

Exposed facade

: 252m2

Supporting structure

; 13 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 300 m2

Free roof area

; 90 m2

Exposed facade

: 432 m2

Supporting structure

; 10 unit

Maximizing main circulation and open area in 1 floor Free groundfloor area

: 200 m2

Free groundfloor area

: 300 m2

Free roof area

; 72m2

Free roof area

; 117 m2

Exposed facade

: 234m2

Exposed facade

: 270 m2

Supporting structure

; 2 unit

Supporting structure

; 10 unit

1 1


Free groundfloor area

: 400 m2

3 m2

Free roof area

; 90 m2

Free groundfloor area

: 800 m2

0 n2

Exposed facade

: 450 m2

Free roof area

; 180 m2

3 unit

Supporting structure

; 17 unit

00m2

00 m2

Exposed facade

: 693 m2

Supporting structure

; 16 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 400 m2

5 m2

Free roof area

; 45 m2

Free groundfloor area

: 800 m2

06 m2

Exposed facade

: 405 m2

Free roof area

; 54 m2

Supporting structure

; 5 unit

unit

Exposed facade

: 594 m2

Supporting structure

; 6 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 400 m2

72 m2

Free roof area

; 72 m2

Free groundfloor area

: 800m2

270 m2

Exposed facade

: 297 m2

Free roof area

; 108 m2

8 unit

Supporting structure

; 8 unit

300 m2

300 m2

Exposed facade

: 378 m2

Supporting structure

; 12 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 400 m2

117 m2

Free roof area

; 144 m2

Free groundfloor area

: 200 m2

252m2

Exposed facade

: 306 m2

Free roof area

; 54 m2

13 unit

Supporting structure

; 16 unit

Exposed facade

: 306 m2

Supporting structure

; 12 unit

Free groundfloor area

: 400n m2

90 m2

Free roof area

; 108m2

Free groundfloor area

: 800 m2

432 m2

Exposed facade

: 450 m2

Free roof area

; 198 m2

10 unit

Supporting structure

; 8 unit

Exposed facade m2 Supporting structure

; 23 unit

300 m2

: 300 m2

Free groundfloor area

: 400 m2

; 117 m2

Free roof area

; 144 m2

: 270 m2

Exposed facade

: 333 m2

; 10 unit

Supporting structure

; 16

unit

: 585 m2

Free groundfloor area

: 800 m2

Free roof area

; 162 m2

Supporting structure

; 12 unit

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Structural growth

Growing cluster

Main Circulation

1st floor

Secondary structure

Primary structure

A three dimensional grid frame

that dictates necessary growth


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Main circulation: 4th floor

3 2 1 6 5 4 9 8 7

Scale 1:200


office chairs

tables and desks

tables and desks

tables and desks

OFFICE EQUIPMENT

download more free cad collection at: www.cad-blocks.net

Circulation

scale: 1:100

Hydroelectric power

Water treatment Plant

Port

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Scale 1:200


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AA Int13 2016/17_URBAN ANARCHIST  

Project: URBAN ANARCHIST / AA Intermediate 13 2016-17 / TRANSFORMABLE MATTER / Tought by Soomeen Hahm / Student: Nuragitanti Dewi Pe...

AA Int13 2016/17_URBAN ANARCHIST  

Project: URBAN ANARCHIST / AA Intermediate 13 2016-17 / TRANSFORMABLE MATTER / Tought by Soomeen Hahm / Student: Nuragitanti Dewi Pe...

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