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PORTFOLIO Selected Project / 2006 - current

SUNMING LEE


Intent:

System:

Exploration:

context + design observation

variation and internal organization

contigency and possibilities

Release

SEM*

CNL

Shenzhen Energy Mansion

Czech National Library

Opus glasses design

Woven City*

Re-search

You Were Fish

Shenzhen Qianhai Masterplan

BK Building competition

Nomad City

QNM*

The Artificial Landscape

前海地区概念规划

ShenZhen Housing Competition

Quebec National Beaux-art Museum

Coherent Nature

MRF

Community beyond Place, Civic Sense beyond Architecture

Mobius fish bowl

Fashion Store Design

Material Recovery Facility in South Bronx

RMA

Rotterdam Mediterranean Airport

CCJ*

Courthouse in Cordoba

NKPAC*

National Kaohsiung Performance Center

* professional works


20

Intent:

context + design observation

300

200

100

180

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20

The traditional curtain wall glass façade has a low insulation level and leaves the offices overheated by the direct sunlight. This results in excessive energy consumption for air conditioning as well as the need for heavy glass coating that makes the view seem permanently dull and grey.

By folding the façade in an origami like structure we achieve a structure with closed and open parts. The closed parts are providing a high-insulation façade, while blocking the direct sunlight. On the outside the closed parts are fitted with solar thermal heat panels that are powering the air conditioning and providing dehumidification for the working spaces.

The folded wall provides a free view through clear glass in one direction, and creates condition of plenty of diffused daylight by reflecting the direct sun between the interior panels.

Even when the sun comes directly from east or west, the main part of the solar rays are reflected off the glass due to the flat angle on the window. The reflected rays increases the efficiency of the solar thermal energy panels. The solar panels will reduce the building energy consumption with more than 60%.

传统的幕墙玻璃立面的绝缘隔热性能较低,办公 楼常常因阳光直射而受热过度。而使用涂层窗户又 使视野晦暗不清,且空气调节需要消耗大量能源费 用。

我们将针对立面采用包围式结构,建筑将出现包围 及开放区域。包围区域可确保立面获得高度绝缘隔 热效果,遮挡太阳光的直射。室外包围区域将装配 太阳能面板,为空调作用提供能源的同时为工作区 域提供除湿作用。

经包围的墙面能使人们在某个角度欣赏到玻璃窗外 的美景,内部面板之间太阳光的反射也提供了充分 的散射光线,以达到明朗的工作环境。

窗户采用平角设计,当日光从东部或西部直接照射 时,大部分的太阳光线将通过玻璃发生反射。反射 的光线提高了太阳热能面板的能效,太阳能面板将 帮助减少超过60%的建筑能源消耗。

LEVEL -1

300

LEVEL 3

展览厅与会议中心

 

+0.00 M

-0.30 M



12

10700 10

10700 11

11

1 9950 12

10950

12

10950

12

VIP CONFERENCE

CHESS

9950

BILLIARDS

9950

REC FACILITIES

1

2

2

2

11700

LOUNGE

11700

11700

9100

8050 B

A

C

D

A

B

C

D

3

3

3

11700

KITCHEN

11700

11700

11700

11700

4

RESTAURANT

4

4

4

4

10950

10950

10950

10950

10950

5

5

5

5

5

19250

19250

19250

19250

19250

6

6

6

6

6

19250

19250

19250

19250

19250

7

7

7

7

7

7

9950

9950

9950

9950

9950

9950

9950

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

10700

10700

10700

10700

10700

10700

10700

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

10700

10700

10700

10700

10700

10700

10700

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10700

10700

10700

10700

10700

10700

10700

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

9950

9950

9950

9950

9950

9950

9950

9950

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

6576

9100

8050

B

-0.60 M

9950

8050 A

-0.90 M

11

9100 C

-1.20 M

10700

6576 D

-1.50 M

10

12

12

9

10700

11

10950

12

12

6576

B

-1.80 M

10700

9950

9950

8050 A

-2.10 M

9

11

11

9100 C

-2.40 M

10700

10700

10700

6576 D

-2.70 M

8

10

10

12

-3.00 M

9950

10700

10700

9950

-3.00 M

7

9

9

11

-2.70 M

19250

10700

10700

10700

-2.40 M

6

8

8

10

-2.10 M

19250

9950

9950

展览厅 EXHIBITION

10700

-1.80 M

5

7

7

9

-1.50 M

10950

厨房 KITCHEN

19250

19250

10700

12

-1.20 M

4

6

6

8

9950

-0.90 M

11700

19250

19250

9950

11

-0.60 M

3

5

5

会议室 CONFERENCE

会议室 CONFERENCE

7

10700

-0.30 M

11700

10950

10950

礼堂 AUDITORIUM

19250

10



2

4

4

6

10700



10950

11700

11700

会议厅 CONFERENCE

19250

9



1

3

3

5

10700

+0.00 M

A

B

C

D

11700

11700

10950

8

10700

10

10700

1

9950

9950

3

3

19250

7

11

8050

9950

8

10700

10

11

11

B

A

C

D

6

19250

10700

12

12

9100

2

2

4

7

9950

10250

B

7

9

10700

10700

10700

8050

8050 A

19250

A

B

C

D

11500

C

D

10700

9

10

10

9100

9100

6

8

10700

12138

展览厅 EXHIBITION

10700

10700

6576

6576

10950

10950

展览厅 EXHIBITION

11700

19250

19250

9950

8

9

9

11700

11700

19250

6

10

9950

9950

8050

1

1

3

6

5

7

9950

+.187.20 M

A

B

C

D

2

2

5

19250

10700

11

茶水部 JUICE BAR

11

9100

A

B

11700

19250

10950

厨房 KITCHEN

19250

7

10700

10700

10950

10950

12

12

10950

5

9

10700

10700

6576

2

5

4

9950

B

A

19250

8

8

10250

1

1

9950

9950

8050

LEVEL 43

9950

9950

11

11

9100

大厦管理 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

11700

10700

6576

6

C

D

会议室 CONFERENCE

会议室 CONFERENCE

7

7

10700

10700

6576

租户大厅 LEASE LOBBY

3

12

视觉效果

8050

6

礼堂 AUDITORIUM

19250

19250

大厦管理 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

10

10

4

10950

10700

10

10

8050

10950

11700

10700

11

19250

19250

9100

BUSINESS SPECIAL ZONE

11500

会议室 CONFERENCE

2

10700

10

9950

5

5

会议厅 CONFERENCE

12

12

12

10700

10950

10950

9950

9950

11

The buildings prominent location on the main entrance axis to Shenzhen the Binhai Road makes it a visible landmark both for cars entering and leaving Shenzhen. 10

4

4

11

11

B

A

C

D

会议室 CONFERENCE

会议室 CONFERENCE

会议室 CONFERENCE

12138

会议室 CONFERENCE

会议室 CONFERENCE

10950

9950

10700

11700

11700

10700

10700

6576

6

6

礼堂 AUDITORIUM

租户大厅 LEASE LOBBY

10700

10700

11700

4

8

10700

多媒体室 MEDIA LOUNGE

10700

9100

4

9

1

8

9

3

3

Visibility

风向主要为东向风及西向风,屋顶室外区域应采用 建筑位于深圳市滨海路的主要入口中轴线处,可将 防风措施。 其作为出入深圳交通的地标性建筑。

SITE OUTLINE

酒吧 BAR

9

9

B

3

11700

9950

9

9

6576

11700

礼堂 AUDITORIUM

19250

7

8

10700

11700

11700

10

10

19250

19250

会议厅 CONFERENCE

12

风向

7

9950

2

2

展览厅

EXHIBITION 10700

10700

5

5

9950

A

B

C

8050

10250

酒吧 BAR

A

19250

10950

10950

10700

9

9

10950

10950

11

10700

10700

10250

A

C

D

3

7

10700

储物室 LOCKER ROOM

桌球室 BILLIARDS

10700

8050

3

会议厅 CONFERENCE

19250

B

6

C

6

10250

1

1

9950

10700

4

4

10700 租户大厅 LEASE LOBBY

+169.60 M

8

8

11700

11700

19250

8

8

9100

1

11700

10950

5

5

D

大厅入口 LOBBY ENTRANCE

19250

8

8

11700

11700

10

9950

9950

11500

2

2

6

9950

撲克牌 POKER

阅读室 READING LOUNGE

9950

6576

租户大厅 LEASE LOBBY

4

4

19250

A

11500

200

100

2

11700

塔楼东部及西部立面的两处平滑变形处理可确保 各个楼层上会议室、总监办公室或休息区都拥有更 广阔的视野。在东南向,高楼顶部楼层采用拉开 模式,确保经理人楼层及特定商务区拥有开阔的视 野。

7

9950

3

3

10700

19250

7

7

10950

12

10950

9100

10950

大厦管理 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

第二大厅 SEC LOBBY

11700

3

3

10950

19250

B

6

7

9

大厦管理 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

19250

19250

LEVEL 39

SEC COMPANY FLOOR

1

9950 6576

1

大厦管理 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

10950

2

2

11700

10950

5

19250

11700

11700

10700

10950

日光

6

6



11500

与附近大厦的未来连接 POSSIBLE CONNECTION TO NEIGHBOR BUILDING

1

1

11700

商业用 COMMERCIA L

11700

4

D

C

6

2

8

11700

5

19250



会议中心的步行连接 PEDESTRIAN CONNECTION TO CONVENTION CENTER

1

12

5 6000



SEC COMPANY FLOOR

11

9950

3 5750

Ᏹ億 น ᓔ แ⓽㡬 ⊖ฟ 吋 ᱷ∔ੱ吋 ᣓ剖吋

10950

11700

3

19250

1

2

10950

9950

第二大厅 SEC LOBBY

11700

The wind is coming predominantly from the east and west directions, creating need for wind protection on the outdoor spaces on the roofs.

招待处 RECEPTION



10700

11

Ᏹ億 น ᓔ แ⓽㡬 ⊖ฟ 吋 ᱷ∔ੱ吋 ᣓ剖吋

1 4500

唿䀊ᩭᔃ╴ 唿䀊ᩇሶ ㆱ呕䪾ᩭᔃ╴ ㆱ呕䪾児䩥吗 ㆱ呕䪾ᩇሶ ደ咇क़㥀ᩭᔃ╴





10

10700

REGULAR OPERABLEWINDOW LOUVER DOOR HANDICAPPEDDOOR REVOLVINGDOOR





D

10700

REGULAR OPERABLEWINDOW LOUVER DOOR HANDICAPPEDDOOR REVOLVINGDOOR

10

RE OW LO DO HD RD





9

10700

B

ዪㇱ䴯伬ੲᑿ50% ᜡ⢋䴯伬ੲᑿ100%

+.134.40 M

10700

9

RE OW LO DO HD RD

8050 A

C

D

ዪㇱ䴯伬ੲᑿ50% ᜡ⢋䴯伬ੲᑿ100%

19250

7

7

300

PARTIALFRIT50% SPANDRELFRIT100%

At the east and west facades of the tower two smooth deformations create spaces with extra good views on each floor, for meeting rooms, director offices or lounges.

12138

ᭈ᪽吗

19250

19250

By folding the façade in an origami like structure, the façade panels are differentiated into closed and open parts. The closed parts are providing a high-insulation façade, while blocking the direct sunlight. On the outside the closed parts are fitted with solar thermal heat panels that are powering the air conditioning and providing dehumidification for the working spaces.

PF SP

5

5 6000

Ᏹ億 น ᓔ แ⓽㡬 ⊖ฟ 䰴‫ޝ‬ ደ咇 ᐀䩗ࢍຝ ਈ࿾㕙劖൷ ࿾ਅቶ

10950

ᭈ᪽吗

3 5750

FUNCTION REGULAR OPERABLEWINDOW LOUVER BALUSTRADE ROOF SOFFIT CONNECTTOGROUND BASEMENT DBL.HEIGHT

唿䀊

4

唿䀊

STAIRBOX

PARTIALFRIT50% SPANDRELFRIT100%

11700

ARCADE

01

PF SP



LEVEL 31 

12138

100

RE OW LO OP RO SO GR BA DH

3

01

․ᱶ

11700

⓽㡬䩗

SPECIAL

FUNCTION Ᏹ億 REGULAR น ᓔ แ⓽㡬 OPERABLEWINDOW 01 ARCADE ⊖ฟ LOUVER 䰴‫ޝ‬ BALUSTRADE STAIRBOX ደ咇 ROOF01 ᐀䩗ࢍຝ SOFFIT CONNECTTOGROUND ਈ࿾㕙劖൷ ࿾ਅቶ BASEMENT DBL.HEIGHT

100 1 4500

SITE OUTLINE

WINDOWWALL

I

2

H

10950

唿䀊ᩭᔃ╴ 唿䀊ᩇሶ ㆱ呕䪾ᩭᔃ╴ ㆱ呕䪾児䩥吗 ㆱ呕䪾ᩇሶ ደ咇क़㥀ᩭᔃ╴

6

6

ARCADECORE ARCADECOLUMNS REFUGEFLOORCORE REFUGEFLOORMEPROOM REFUGEFLOORCOLUMNS ROOFGARDENCORE

12

GROUNDLOBBYVIERENDEEL ROOFGARDEN COREWALLCLADDING

ARCADECORE ARCADECOLUMNS REFUGEFLOORCORE REFUGEFLOORMEPROOM REFUGEFLOORCOLUMNS ROOFGARDENCORE

RE OW LO OP RO SO GR BA DH

19250

E F G

200

5

SECONDARY ᰴⷐ

⋥┙㕙 剖ߡ⋥⃒ⷺⅇ/⃒ⅇ 剖ߡ⋥⃒ⷺⅇ/㨕᫿ 剖ߡᦨᄢⷺᐲะౝ⃒ⅇ/⃒ⅇ 剖ߡᦨᄢⷺᐲะᄖ⃒ⅇ/㨕᫿ 剖ߡᦨዊⷺᐲะౝ⃒ⅇ/⃒ⅇ 剖ߡᦨዊⷺᐲะᄖ⃒ⅇ/㨕᫿

10950

19250

EWS

FLAT CORNERVERT.GLASS/GLASS CORNERVERT.GLASS/SOLID CORNERMAX.ANGLEINGLASS/GLASS CORNERMAX.ANGLEOUTGLASS/SOLID CORNERMIN.ANGLEINGLASS/GLASS CORNERMIN.ANGLEOUTGLASS/SOLID

FLOORTOFLOOR 1 4500 2 5000 ⓽㡬䩗 3 5750 4 5000 ․ᱶ 5 6000 6 11500 7 12000 8 13500 9 17250 10 VARIABLE

4

剖ߡ

ౖဳ⋥┙㕙㧔 ᓔ ญ㧕00 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 㚂䪾Օഘௗਮ ደ咇क़㥀 ᩭᔃ╴䩗૿ॵ䪾 01 02 03 04 05 06

5

CORNER

TYP.FLAT(APERTURE)

11700

阅读室 READING LOUNGE

10950 C

D

300 ᣠ䦣‫ݮ‬ NODEFORMATION 䦣‫ݮ‬N1 DEFORMATIONN1 H WINDOWWALL 䦣‫ݮ‬N2 DEFORMATIONN2 䦣‫ݮ‬N3 DEFORMATIONN3 SPECIAL 䦣‫ݮ‬N4 DEFORMATIONN4 I 䦣‫ݮ‬S1 DEFORMATIONS1 䦣‫ݮ‬S2 DEFORMATIONS2 䦣‫ݮ‬S3 DEFORMATIONS3 䦣‫ݮ‬S4 DEFORMATIONS4 䦣‫ݮ‬P1 DEFORMATIONP1 ౖဳ剖ߡ㨕᫿⃒ⅇ㨕᫿ TYP.CORNERSOLIDGLASSSOLID ౖဳ剖ߡ⃒ⅇ㨕᫿㨕᫿ TYP.CORNERGLASSSOLIDSOLID ౖဳ剖ߡ㨕᫿㨕᫿⃒ⅇ TYP.CORNERSOLIDSOLIDGLASS ౖဳ剖ߡ⃒ⅇ⃒ⅇ㨕᫿ TYP.CORNERGLASSGLASSSOLID 多媒体室 MEDIA LOUNGE

AREA 00 N1 N2 N3 N4 S1 S2 S3 S4 P1 C1 C2 C3 C4

ౖဳ 㕖ౖဳ/䦣‫ݮ‬

3

TYPE TYPICAL ATYPICAL/DEFORMATION

咖啡室 CAFE

厨房 KITCHEN

A B

储物室 LOCKER ROOM

4

PRIMARY ਥⷐ

GROUNDLOBBYVIERENDEEL ROOFGARDEN COREWALLCLADDING

9950

11700

壁球室 SQUASH

SECONDARY ᰴⷐ

11700

[Building Envelope] The traditional curtain wall glass façade has a low insulation level and leaves the offices overheated by the direct sunlight. This results in excessive energy consumption for air conditioning as well as the need for heavy glass coating that makes the view seem permanently dull and grey.

E F G

3

EWS

2

茶水部 JUICE BAR

壁球室 SQUASH

11700

P. 32

EWS

⋥┙㕙 剖ߡ⋥⃒ⷺⅇ/⃒ⅇ 剖ߡ⋥⃒ⷺⅇ/㨕᫿ 剖ߡᦨᄢⷺᐲะౝ⃒ⅇ/⃒ⅇ 剖ߡᦨᄢⷺᐲะᄖ⃒ⅇ/㨕᫿ 6576 9100 剖ߡᦨዊⷺᐲะౝ⃒ⅇ/⃒ⅇ 剖ߡᦨዊⷺᐲะᄖ⃒ⅇ/㨕᫿

1

10950

仪器设备 EQUIPMENT

2

深圳能源大厦

FLAT CORNERVERT.GLASS/GLASS CORNERVERT.GLASS/SOLID CORNERMAX.ANGLEINGLASS/GLASS CORNERMAX.ANGLEOUTGLASS/SOLID CORNERMIN.ANGLEINGLASS/GLASS CORNERMIN.ANGLEOUTGLASS/SOLID

11

阅读室 READING LOUNGE

10950

ENERGY MANSION

ౖဳ⋥┙㕙㧔 ᓔ ญ㧕00 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 㚂䪾Օഘௗਮ ደ咇क़㥀 ᩭᔃ╴䩗૿ॵ䪾 01 02 03 04 05 06

ᣠ䦣‫ݮ‬ 䦣‫ݮ‬N1 䦣‫ݮ‬N2 䦣‫ݮ‬N3 䦣‫ݮ‬N4 䦣‫ݮ‬S1 䦣‫ݮ‬S2 䦣‫ݮ‬S3 䦣‫ݮ‬S4 䦣‫ݮ‬P1 ౖဳ剖ߡ㨕᫿⃒ⅇ㨕᫿ ౖဳ剖ߡ⃒ⅇ㨕᫿㨕᫿ ౖဳ剖ߡ㨕᫿㨕᫿⃒ⅇ ౖဳ剖ߡ⃒ⅇ⃒ⅇ㨕᫿

10700

剖ߡ

TYP.FLAT(APERTURE)



大厅入口 LOBBY ENTRANCE 

10250

FLOORTOFLOOR 1 4500 2 5000 3 5750 4 5000 5 6000 6 11500 7 12000 8 13500 9 17250 10 VARIABLE

NODEFORMATION DEFORMATIONN1 DEFORMATIONN2 DEFORMATIONN3 DEFORMATIONN4 DEFORMATIONS1 DEFORMATIONS2 DEFORMATIONS3 DEFORMATIONS4 DEFORMATIONP1 TYP.CORNERSOLIDGLASSSOLID TYP.CORNERGLASSSOLIDSOLID TYP.CORNERSOLIDSOLIDGLASS TYP.CORNERGLASSGLASSSOLID 10

CORNER

D

1

[Introduction] The purpose of the international design competition was to find the best sustainable and efficient solution for the Shenzhen Energy Company office headquarters. The Shenzhen energy building is characterized by its folded façade, which is divided into the solid and the transparent parts that are oriented according to the trajectory of sun, preventing interior working space exposed by direct sunlight.

11500

10700

C

1

ౖဳ 㕖ౖဳ/䦣‫ݮ‬

SECTION A 剖面圖A $

商业使用入口 COMMERCIAL ENTRANCE

A

B

C

D

9

12138

A B





10700

10700

PRIMARY ਥⷐ

5





8



外租办公室

A

B

C

D

EWS

10950



8

200

9950

9950

8





Views

%

7

7

9950



10250 AREA 00 N1 N2 N3 N4 S1 S2 S3 S4 P1 C1 C2 C3 C4

大厅入口 LOBBY ENTRANCE

19250

19250

7

%

+.15.00 M

10250

Wind

The site is located directly facing east and west. In the morning and evening there is a low sun on the east and west facades. During mid-day the sun is in a steep angle on the smaller south facing facades.

基地范围 SITE OUTLINE

6

维修设备 SERVICE

19250

附近大厦的未来连接 FUTURE CONNECTION TO NEIGHBOR TOWER

RENTABLE OFFICE FLOOR

TYPE TYPICAL ATYPICAL/DEFORMATION

绿化





#

86.00 M

11500





Sun

"

6

6

LEVEL 20

12138





停车处入口 PARKING ENTRANCE

$

职员活动层



Green spots for recreation are surrounding the site in the dense forest of towers. By utilizing all roofs of the building volume as green parks, the building site can stay green even when fully developed. 4

4

商业使用入口 COMMERCIAL ENTRANCE

300

STAFF ACTIVITY FLOORS



"

#

+.20.00 M









12138

10250

CANTINAS

11500

从周围的人行道前往建筑的区域为人行区域。人 能 源 大 楼 是 深 圳 中 心 区 域 规 划 建 筑 轮 廓 的 组 成 部 基地周边的密集建筑群中设有绿色休闲区域。建筑 建筑基地面向东部及西部。早晨与晚上东西部立面 行隧道将基地与会议中心连通起来。人行通道直 分 , 大 楼 高 度 为 2 0 0 和 1 0 0 米 , 与 毗 邻 的 楼 宇 共 同 屋顶将被设计为绿色花园,使全面开发后的建筑基 接受日光照射较少,正午时分日光垂直照射在南部 6576 9100 8050 立面上。 接通往建筑大堂,从基地各处可通往商业区。 构成美妙蜿蜒的天际线,成为深圳中心的标志性建 地仍能保持高度绿化。 筑。

项目基地坐落于两大主要基础设施的交汇处。西 面高架桥位于建筑一侧,汽车可以从后部方位驶 入建筑区。

LEVEL 5

11700



SECTION B 剖面圖B

天际线

19250



3

3

SECTION C 剖面圖C







商业用 COMMERCIA L

5







10950





19250

动化的停车摊 AUTOMATED PARKING BOOTHS



Green

The towers are a part of a planned height profile for the central area of Shenzhen. By keeping the height of the towers to 200 and 100 meters, they will form together with the neighboring towers a continuous curved skyline marking the center of Shenzhen.

4

SECTION D 剖面圖D

人行区域

19250

*To be certificated for LEED Gold

5

5

项目基地处于深圳政治、文化及商业中心南区的门 户位置,位于滨海路及金田路路口的东北方向。一 座裙房以及200米和100米高的两座塔楼构成其最大 的建筑围护结构。

11700

卖票 TICKETING

10950

For BIG, 2010

3

4

4

Pedestrians access the building from surrounding sidewalks. A pedestrian tunnel connects the site to the convention center. This pedestrian access leads directly to the main lobby of the building. In each end of the site will be access to the commercial areas. 10950

交通

Shenzhen Energy Mansion

Skyline

11700

项目内容

11700

Pedestrians

11700

11700

3

3

The site is located directly at the crossing point of two main infrastructures. Towards west a highway bridge passes by the building. Cars access the building from the back.

1

大厦管理 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

10950

2

2

2

11700

11700

SEM

Traffic

The project site is located at the south gate of the political, cultural and business centre of Shenzhen, north-east of the crossing of Binhai Road and Jintian Road. A podium and two towers of 200 and 100 meters define the maximum building envelope.

5

10950

7

1

10950

10950

办 公 楼 施 工 原 理 被 广 泛 应 用 于 全 球 各 地 , 其 优 势 基于高效出色的楼层方案,外观则应根据当地气候 包 括 切 合 实 际 的 楼 层 规 划 以 及 经 济 型 结 构 系 统 。 条件进行具体的设计及优化。根据我们的研究与实 但是,在热带气候条件下,玻璃幕墙立面往往会导 验,仅通过建筑立面外层的改革,就能够显著提高 致用于空气调节的大量能源消耗,涂层窗户的使用 建筑的可持续性能。 也使视野受到一定影响。我们建议,大楼的设计应

100

Volume

11500

招待处 RECEPTION

1

1

深圳的热带气候特征需要全新的办公楼设计方案。 我们面临的挑战是如何在一个热带气候条件下创建 舒适的工作环境,同时减少能源消耗?传统型现代

餐厅 12138

餐厅 12138

19250

closed in a skin specifically modified and optimized for the local conditions. We propose to drastically enhance the sustainable performance of the building drastically by only focusing on its envelope, the façade.

200 针对当地气候优化建筑几何设计

10250

LEVEL 4

+.10.00 M

EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE CENTER

维修设备 SERVICE

10250

建筑北部及南部的角落向内部推移,形成商业区的 入口迎接区域。

LEVEL 3

展览厅与会议中心

A

6 B

11500

与附近大厦的未来连接 POSSIBLE CONNECTION TO NEIGHBOR BUILDING

office tower is replicated all over the world. It has the advantage of a practical floor plan, and economical structural system. But in tropical conditions the glazed curtain wall facades normally result in high energy consumption for air conditioning and poor views through coated windows. We are proposing a tower based on an efficient and well-proven floor plan, en-

动化的停车摊 AUTOMATED PARKING BOOTHS

19250

12138

4

5

C

D

The tropical climate of Shenzhen calls for a new approach to designing office buildings. How can we create comfortable working spaces in a tropical climate while reducing our energy consumption? The construction principle of the typical modern

2

新型的可持续摩天大楼需要在保留灵活程度、日 光、视野、密集程度以及可用性的同时,不断发

展尝试型新因素。例如将自然光线最大化与日光照 深圳能源大厦将从传统的摩天大楼中脱颖而出,完 射最小化相结合, 从而大幅度减小机动制冷的需 成一项顺应自然而非强制性的设计蜕变。 求。 我们建议将深圳能源大厦建造为首个新型可持续性 办公大楼,充分利用建筑与日光,空气,湿度以及 风速等外部因素。利用这些资源打造建筑内部无可 比拟的舒适性以及良好品质。 10950

传统的梯田式稻田景观是人们为满足居住与食物生 产需求而逐渐形成的自然景观 同样地,为了向工作人员提供功能灵活且具备足够

2

棕榈叶在适应外部环境的过程中形成了其层叠结 构。棕榈表面的包围式曲线使棕榈变得更加轻盈, 并具有一定的结构柔韧性和灵活性。与此同时,棕

照明的工作区域,具有高效性的摩天大楼也应运而 生。然而,到目前为止,普通摩天大楼的设计只是 提供了空气调节及照明,却忽略了环境影响或能源 短缺情况。 10950

熔岩在慢速冷却过程中形成垂直岩柱的天然几何作 用,构成了由玄武岩组成的曲线形墙面。

榈叶中央的凹处形成自然的排水渠道。 形似灯笼的折纸结构设计灵感来自于自然界不断演 20 进的植物。

A geometry optimized for the local climate

1

1

80

设计的演进

A

ing maximum daylight exposure with minimal sunshine exposure or integrated ways of limiting the need for cooling. We propose to make the Shenzhen Energy Mansion the first specimen of a new species of office buildings that exploit the buildings interface with the external elements - sun, daylight, air humidity, wind – as a source to create a maximum comfort and quality inside.

B

lighting were merely seen as modern solutions to modern demand, with no thought of the environmental consequences or energy shortage. Today the skyscraper needs to evolve into a new sustainable species. It must retain its highly evolved qualities such as flexibility, daylight, view, density and general usability, while evolving new and untested attributes such as ways of combin-

C

The traditional stepped landscapes of rice paddies have evolved by man adapting the natural landscape to meet their needs for inhabitation and food production. In the same way the skyscraper has evolved as an economically efficient way to provide flexible, functional and well illuminated work spaces for dense populations of professionals. It has however evolved at a time when air conditioning and electric

D

The folded ripples in the surface of the palm provide a light sheet of material with structural rigidity and flexibility. The chlorophylle exploits sunlight to create energy through photosynthesis. The vanes along the ripples channel water to the extremities of the structure. The origami like structure of a paper lamp is designed inspired by the ingenuity observed in naturally evolved plants.

A

B

The rippled walls of basalt rocks have evolved naturally from the geometric behavior of lava cooling at very slow speeds into 180 vertical compounds of rocky columns. The folded structure of a palm leaf has evolved by adapting to the requirements of the exterior environment.

10250

2

11700

卖票 TICKETING

10950

OFFICE LOBBIES AND CONFERENCE CENTER

3

11700

4

+.5.00 M

LOBBY + COMMERCIAL

C

Design evolution

LEVEL 2

+.0.00 M

VIP PARKING AND AUTOMATED PARKING BOOTHS

At the north and south end of the building the corners are pushed back to form welcoming entrance areas for the commercial areas.

建筑底部的墙面拉出朝向大堂区,将其与前部的广 场连接起来,并将人行区域与会议中心连接起来。

11700

经包围的立面在建筑表面产生涟漪效果,两幢简单 设计的大楼将采用这一经典外观。立面几何设计采 用相同的角度,立面采用相对简单的变形模式。几 何设计的各种变化将为入口、视野或特定项目提供 了独特的元素。

-3.00 M

Lobby entrance

At the base a series of walls are pulled out to open up the main lobby, connecting it to the front plaza and the pedestrian connection to the convention center. 2

The folded façade creates a rippled skin around the building. A classical appearance on two simple volumes. The façade geometry follows always the same angles, allowing for a relatively simple type of deformations in the façade. A series of modifications of the geometry are creating special spaces for entrances, views or specific programs.

10950

Commercial entrances 10950

窗户采用平角设计,当日光从东部或西部直接照射 时,大部分的太阳光线将通过玻璃发生反射。反射 的光线提高了太阳热能面板的能效,太阳能面板将 帮助减少超过60%的建筑能源消耗。

D

SD,DD

11500

C

12138

D

10250

1

1

经包围的墙面能使人们在某个角度欣赏到玻璃窗外 的美景,内部面板之间太阳光的反射也提供了充分 的散射光线,以达到明朗的工作环境。

商务大厅與会议中心

B

11500

C

12138

D

10250

B

C

D

A

B

C

D

11500

A

商务大厅與会议中心

A

+.15.00 M CANTINAS

大厅+商务层

3

我们将针对立面采用包围式结构,建筑将出现包围 及开放区域。包围区域可确保立面获得高度绝缘隔 热效果,遮挡太阳光的直射。室外包围区域将装配 太阳能面板,为空调作用提供能源的同时为工作区 域提供除湿作用。

11500

LEVEL 4

+.10.00 M

11700

传统的幕墙玻璃立面的绝缘隔热性能较低,办公 楼常常因阳光直射而受热过度。而使用涂层窗户又 使视野晦暗不清,且空气调节需要消耗大量能源费 用。

12138

塔楼东部及西部立面的两处平滑变形处理可确保 各个楼层上会议室、总监办公室或休息区都拥有更 广阔的视野。在东南向,高楼顶部楼层采用拉开 模式,确保经理人楼层及特定商务区拥有开阔的视 野。

EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE CENTER

2

100 Even when the sun comes directly from east or west, the main part of the solar rays are reflected off the glass due to the flat angle on the window. The reflected rays increases the efficiency of the solar thermal energy panels. The solar panels will reduce the building energy consumption with more than 60%.

300

建筑北部及南部的角落向内部推移,形成商业区的 入口迎接区域。

+.5.00 M

10950

The folded wall provides a free view through clear glass in one direction, and creates condition of plenty of diffused daylight by reflecting the direct sun between the interior panels.

大厅+商务层

建筑底部的墙面拉出朝向大堂区,将其与前部的广 场连接起来,并将人行区域与会议中心连接起来。

OFFICE LOBBIES AND CONFERENCE CENTER

Ripple By folding the façade in an origami like structure we achieve a structure with closed and open parts. The closed parts are providing a high-insulation façade, while blocking the direct sunlight. On the outside the closed parts are fitted with solar thermal heat panels that are powering the air conditioning and providing dehumidification for the working spaces.

10250

经包围的立面在建筑表面产生涟漪效果,两幢简单 设计的大楼将采用这一经典外观。立面几何设计采 用相同的角度,立面采用相对简单的变形模式。几 何设计的各种变化将为入口、视野或特定项目提供 了独特的元素。

+.0.00 M

1

80

20

The traditional curtain wall glass façade has a low insulation level and leaves the offices overheated by the direct sunlight. This results in excessive energy consumption for air conditioning as well as the need for heavy glass coating that makes the view seem permanently dull and grey.

11500

At the east and west facades of the tower two smooth deformations create spaces with extra good views on each floor, for meeting rooms, director offices or lounges.

LOBBY + COMMERCIAL

180

12138

Views

At the north and south end of the building the corners are pushed back to form welcoming entrance areas for the commercial areas.

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 1

200

贵宾停车处和自动化的停车摊

Lobby entrance

At the base a series of walls are pulled out to open up the main lobby, connecting it to the front plaza and the pedestrian connection to the convention center.

VIP PARKING AND AUTOMATED PARKING BOOTHS

12138

LEVEL 1

Commercial entrances

The folded façade creates a rippled skin around the building. A classical appearance on two simple volumes. The façade geometry follows always the same angles, allowing for a relatively simple type of deformations in the façade. A series of modifications of the geometry are creating special spaces for entrances, views or specific programs.

-3.00 M

贵宾停车处和自动化的停车摊

LEVEL -1

Ripple


深圳蓝色核心

深圳绿色核心

BLUE SHENZHEN CITY CENTER

类型矩阵 TYPOLOGY MATRIX

类型矩阵 TYPOLOGY MATRIX 河道 CANALS

前海地区概念规划

GREEN SHENZHEN CITY CENTER

WATER MEETS ROAD

中心商务区 CBD

河道 公园和路径 公园和路径 河道和公园 河道和公园河道和道路 河道和道路公园和道路 公园和道路 道路 CANALSPARK & PATHS PARK & PATHS CANALS & PARKS CANALS & ROADS PARKS & ROADSROADS CANALS & PARKS CANALS & ROADS PARKS & ROADS

道路 ROADS

节点类型 TYPOLOGIES

ROAD MEETS ROAD

BUILDING SETBACK: ROAD: O m GREEN: 10 m BLUE: 15 m

BUILDING SETBACK: ROAD: O m GREEN: 10 m BLUE: 15 m

GREEN MEETS GREEN

GREEN MEETS ROAD

FILLET

GREEN_SQUARE

休闲 休闲 休闲 休闲 休闲 休闲 多城市化 多城市化 多城市化 多城市化 广场和车站 广场和车站 RECREATIONAL RECREATIONAL RECREATIONAL MORE URBAN MORE URBAN PLAZAS & STATIONS RECREATIONAL RECREATIONAL RECREATIONAL MORE URBAN MORE URBAN PLAZAS & STATIONS 电厂 POWERPLANTS

公园/PARK 公园/PARK

集装箱码头 CONTAINER TERMINAL

公共滨水区 PUBLIC WATER FRONT

道路/ROAD 道路/ROAD

WATER MEETS WATER

Woven City

河道与道路节点 WATER MEETS ROAD

FILLET

船舶码头 CRUISE TERMINAL

道路/ROAD 道路/ROAD

Qianhai Mater Plan For BIG, 2010

240 x 240

河道/CANAL河道/CANAL

WATER MEETS ROAD 240 x 240 PLAZA

道路与道路节点 ROAD MEETS ROAD

ROAD MEETS ROAD

240 x 240

FILLET

公园与公园节点 GREEN MEETS GREEN

GREEN MEETS GREEN 240 x 240

公园与道路节点 GREEN MEETS ROAD

PARK

公园/PARK 公园/PARK

1 统一编织 1 . The universal weave

道路/ROAD 道路/ROAD

轨道交通设施 METRO FACILITY

电厂 POWERPLANTS

河道/CANAL河道/CANAL

能源岛 ENERGY ISLAND

[Introduction] Woven City seeks to consolidate the dilemma of contemporary urban design of different dichotomies. It suggests a single woven city fabric that weaves together various networks of parks, canals and streets, perimeter blocks and towers into a new urban hybrid.

中心商务区 CBD

道路/ROAD 道路/ROAD

GREEN MEETS WATER 240 x 240

河道与河道节点 WATER MEETS WATER

PARK

240 x 240 MEETS WATER WATER

河道与道路节点 WATER MEETS ROAD

WATER MEETS ROAD 240 x 240

道路与道路节点 ROAD MEETS ROAD

LAKE

LAKE

ROAD MEETS ROAD 240 x 240

公园与公园节点 GREEN MEETS GREEN

PLAZA

道路/ROAD

河道/CANAL 道路/ROAD

道路/ROAD 河道/CANAL

公园/PA RK 道路/ROAD

道路/ROAD 公园/PA RK

河道/CANAL 道路/ROAD

道路/ROAD 河道/CANAL

公园/PARK 道路/ROAD

道路/ROAD 公园/PARK

道路/ROAD

渡轮 WATER BUS

ENERGY ISLAND

绿化 GRE

TOWN

BLUE

[3 interwoven networks] Black network The black network is an efficient layout of streets providing an intuitive and rational circulation between urban blocks of various sizes. The network of streets is plugged into the neighboring arteries and merges seamlessly with the existing city fabric. Blue network The blue network extends from the bay deep into the site, expanding the waterfront quality to include the whole urban development. In some places the blue network inflates to become a lake or a blue plaza. The sides of the blue network are designed for promenades, bicycles, restaurants and shops that create a lively soft street-scape for different people and transportations. Green network The green network extends from the green hills towards the waterfront. As the canals decrease in size the parks inflate and vice versa, creating a gradual transition from a water city to the park city. The green network is characterized by continuous canyons that weave over the canals and under the bridges of the streets above. At times street and park change places creating a sequence of undulating hills. Public institutions and facilities are concentrated adjacent to the green network.

垃圾处理设施 WASTE FACILITY

2 环抱海湾 2. Wrapped around the bay

照明策略 LIGHTNING PRINCIPLES

WATER MEETS WATER

240 x 240

可持续发展策略 SUSTAINABILITY PRINCIPLES

中央公园 CENTRAL PARK

河道与公园节点 WATER MEETS GREEN

LAKE

ROAD MEETS ROAD 240 x 240

河道与河道节点 WATER MEETS WATER

240 x 240 GRASS_MEETS_GRASS

道路与河道节点 ROAD MEETS WATER

PLAZA

240GREEN x 240 MEETS WATER

cooling station

道路与道路节点 ROAD MEETS ROAD

BUILDING SETBACK: ROAD: O m GREEN: 10 m BLUE: 15 m

CROSS

休闲港湾 HARBOUR PROMENADE

河道 CANALS

河道 公园和路径 公园和路径 河道 CANALSPARK & PATHS PARK & PATHS CANAL

休闲 休闲 休闲 休闲 休 RECREATIONAL RECREATIONAL RECREATIONAL RECREATIONAL RECRE

4 从蓝网到绿网 4. From blue to green

太阳能光电 PHOTOVOLTAIC GREEN MEETS WATER 240 x 240

屋顶花园 ROOF GARDEN

河道与河道节点 WATER MEETS WATER

BLUE_SQUARE

GREEN MEETS ROAD 240 x 240

道路与道路节点 ROAD MEETS ROAD

PARK

GREEN MEETS GREEN

道路与河道节点 ROAD MEETS WATER

PARK

GREEN MEETS GREEN 240 x 240

公园与河道节点 GREEN MEETS WATER 公园/PARK 公园/PARK

BUILDING SETBACK: ROAD: O m GREEN: 10 m BLUE: 15 m

雨水回收 RAINWATER OVERFLOW

绿化 GREEN

运河/商业 CANAL/ SHOPPING

道路/ROAD 道路/ROAD

河道 BLUE 绿地公园 GREEN PARK

避免挖掘地下停车空间 AVOID EXCAVATED PARKING

河道/CANAL河道/CANAL

主干路 MAIN TRUNK ROAD

河道 CANAL

支路 BRANCH ROAD

冷却系统 COOLING SYSTEM

道路/ROAD 道路/ROAD 5 群岛 5 Archipelago

功能结构图 1:20000 STRUCTURE PLAN 1:20.000

240 x 240

河道与公园节点 WATER MEETS GREEN

240 x 240

道路与公园节点 ROAD MEETS GREEN

240 x 240

公园与公园节点 GREEN MEETS GREEN

240 x 240

公园与公园节点 GREEN MEETS GREEN

晨练 MORNING EXERCISE

野餐 PICNIC

咖啡 CAFE

居家办公 SOHO

空中花园 ELEVATED GARDEN

商场 SHOPPING

住宅 HOUSING

停车 PARKING

地铁 METRO

休闲广场 PLAZA

亲水平台 TERRACE

水岸浴场 WATER BATH

水畔餐厅 RESTAURANT

商场 SHOPPING

公园/PARK 公园/PARK

道路/ROAD 道路/ROAD

河道/CANAL河道/CANAL

办公 OFFICE

停车 PARKING

办公 OFFICE


registration number: 12755

urban analysis

Family

Other

28% 5% 18% 45%

Student

Single

Family Single Student

1. immigration in shen-zhen city

2. population composition

site

3. everyday life and living needs

4. individual and collective life

program + activities

45% Site

28%

Site

18% party-party

SHENZHEN

18%

SHENZHEN

+

+

HONG KONG

registration number: 12755

talk dreams

Single Entrance

view viewfrom from “nomad “nomad hub” hub”

neighborhoods and everyday lifes

view from “sunny sunny ground ground”

single’s unit

sunny ground

Family

families’ unit

Public Entrance

Family Entrance

HONG KONG student’s unit

design process

CUBE180

Nomad City A Collective Life Style in ShenZhen City Team: S.M.Lee (Concept, Text, Spatial Development) + H.H.Zheng (Layout, Animation) Competition, 3rd Prize, 2008

Student Type

Student Entrance

45%

28%

single’s unit

18%

I. three communities in different volumes

II. individual courtyards

III. housing types and collective playground

IV. amenities and service underneath

V. avoiding direct sunlight

VI. opening and facade

Family T

Site

Single Entrance

18%

families’ unit

Public Entrance

Family Entrance

Gym

SHENZHEN student’s unit

+

[Introduction] ShenZhen, located immediately in the north of Hong Kong, is the earliest of the five special economic zones in China. A sleepy fishing village 30 years ago, ShenZhen’s “Open Door” policy has brought herself reputedly one of the fastest growing cities in the world. Today, the city’s skyline is dominated by skyscrapers that co-exist with “villages within city”; the Shenzhen people, while proud of their economic achievements, also long for a sense of identity that goes beyond financial awards. [Nomad City] ShenZhen is a city of migrant and temporary residents; demography notes the population grows from 60,000 to 13,000,000 in the past 30 years. “Nomad City” attempts to capture the urban phenomenon of growing migrations and increasing mobility in ShenZhen city. It aims to create a multiple cultural phenomena by both generating different activities and creating a flexible housing prototype for migrants in the city.

single’s single’s unitunit

view from “party-party”

public ground floor

Student Type

Student Entrance

view from “nomad hub”

HONG KONG NOMAD CITY

A Collective Lifestyle in Shenzhen City

Family Type Family Type

view from single units public ground floor

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families’ unit families’ unit

NOMAD CITY

Family Entrance Family Entrance

A Collective Lifestyle in Shenzhen City

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Gym

Student Type Student Type

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36m2 “Party-party” “Talk Dreams” “Party-party” “Sunnying Ground” “Talk Dreams”

50m2

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145m2

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“Sunnying Ground”

A Collective Lifes

Family Type

view from “party-party”

By re-manipulating programs and activities, we try to create different events in order to stimulate interactivities between different groups and generations. The idea of creating a new nomadic life style will help eliminate the gap and estrangement among migrations and will emphasize on the characteristics of hybrid and flexible urban conditions of ShenZhen city.

family II

public ground floor

Gym Single Entrance

Gym

Public Entrance

Childcare Theater Library Childcare Supermarket Theater Post office Library Bus/ Metro Station Supermarket Post office Bus/ Metro Station

NOMAD CITY

families’ unit Family Entrance

A Collective Lifestyle in Shenzhen City

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student’s unit Single Type

Student Entrance

Student Type

“Party-party” “Talk Dreams” “Sunnying Ground”

A Collective Lifes


How do we memorize and describe a place where we live? A city of harbor, a city of mountain, a city of forest……, or, a city of vehicles and massive buildings… A city together with it very nature creates our impression of a “place”. A place is where we live with the nature; a place is where we have our everyday life with the nature. A place is where we decide to make good use the nature and to grow up with the nature, or more precisely—a place where we grow by reinforcing its very nature.

Our new town is a collection of various strips build based on its original nature—the farmland. It is a self-sufficient community that creates balance between consuming and production. It is a scattered city—a non-centralized, non-preconceived plane that embed in its original landscape. The collection of strips formulates a pattern that includes natural and artificial elements supporting everyday life of the inhabitants; it creates a coherent landscape that allows the town to grow with its nature. Various strips are used to support the “everyday life” of the town: Wooden walkways are paved in various height to provide different views among strip cubes; algae bioreactors produces bio-fuel for generating energy to the inhabitants; gardens of houses behind wooden fences; vertical living walls used for flower planting and local food production; cubes of different species of vegetation; rice, wheat and corn field; forest, bushes and grassland; wetlands and ponds.

Coherent Nature Community beyond Place, Civic Sense beyond Architecture Team: S.M.Lee (Concept, text, Animation) + W.Y.Liu (Animation) Venice Biennale Competition, 2008

[ Keyword] locus, memory, place, virtual/actual, nature, identity

The strips can be converted into different uses in order to satisfy the energy balance between consumption and production. For example: when part of the housing is changed to commercial use (which suggests a higher power consumption than food consumption) , strips that are used for crops and vegetations around the old town can be changed for algae farmland to create more bio-fuel. The whole town can be seen as a self-supported system to create balance between consumption and production in the aspect of food, energy, daily supplies, public spaces, living spaces, green spaces, and etc. Width and size of the strips are different according to their locations in correspond to the building of infrastructure. For example: compared with strips in the non-residential field, strips around the residential area are thinner and denser to provide stronger intensity for human activities. To the contrary, fields near Highway 1 and the Beltway around Megalopolis, where there are fast vehicles and heavy traffic, are filled with more natural and uncultivated vegetations with bigger strips. In the neighborhoods where people stop by for activities by bikes or slower cars, strips are more public-oriented and have richer characters. In the residential areas, strips are more natural again but in human scales. When people are walking around the strips, a sequence of experiences combined with different sensations emerges: viewing the changing scenes, feeling the wind, hearing the flowing water, smelling the scents of different vegetations, and touching the diverse textures of sequent strip volumes—the unique spatial and perceptional experience gives the 'hometown' its personal memory and identity; a coherent landscape in strips embedded endlessly in the farmlands will create a new “everyday life” different from the megalopolis.

[Introduction] EveryVille, a given condition by the exhibition curator Aaron Betsky, is a new exurban community built on flat, claybased soil, adjunct to a growing metropolitan. Resistant of being merged by the metropolitan, EveryVille is looking for an image, a coherence, a character and a civic sense for this small town, appropriate to its location and to its history, its site and its future.


view from airport custom check lobby

RMA

Rotterdam Mediterranean Airport Advisor: Siebe Bakker TU Delft, core studio 01, 2006

[ Keyword] scenario, s.w.o.t., s.t.e.e.p., niche market [Introduction] The September 11 attacks in 2001 brought several significant challenges to the most airports in the world. Rotterdam airport, like many other business oriented airports, is forced to enhance his security level which results in longer checking hour in the airport. Consequently, many business travelers start to lose their interest in flying from the business airport, rather than choosing other airports close to their working city. Meanwhile, environmental issues such as noise, vibration and the needs of housing demands all call the airport to reconsider the future of the Rotterdam airport.

scenario: a mediterranean airport

[Rotterdam Mediterranean Airport] Provided the airport has to double its traveling passengers by 2010, our research starts from evaluating the internal and external driving forces by using SWOT and STEEP analysis methods in order to build different possible scenarios to envision the airport’s future. In the end of the research, each student has to propose one scenario based on the result of analysis. The outcome therefore can be a cutting-edge proposal or a totally utopian, yet rational and convincing. RMA tends to attract passengers by targeting a specific niche market—the Mediterranean holiday travelers—by providing a unique experience in the airport. The project presents an effective solution to increase the efficiency in the airport by taking the advantage of the habit of holiday travelers and utilizing information technique to save checking hours. RMA also introduces several unique amenities in order to create “Mediterranean Experience” which allows your journey to start immediately after you arrive at the airport!

temperature changes in the airport

sunshine + palm trees = your mediterranean experience

RMA= arrival + check-in + custom + mediterranean experience

view from mediterranean resort level


ciudad de la justicia córdoba mecanoo architecten_ayesa

CCJ Cordoba City of Justice for Macanoo

Squares

Patios Traditional urban blocks

fachada norte

Streets

Public acess

fachada oeste

Competition, 2007

[Introduction] The Palace of Justice with twenty-six courtrooms challenges the question to how such a large building could refer distinctly to the old city of Cordoba and its unique history without literally imitating it.

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[Integration] The building layout is created with a strategy of integration through fragmentation; a city within a city is created by taking sections from the street plans of the old city. The sections ciudad de la justicia indicate the composition of the old city, and within which thecórdoba mecanoo architecten_ayesa required quality and spatial characteristics are embedded: the traditional patios full of flower pots and plants and sometimes a fountain are placed centrally and provide light and ventilation in adjacent rooms. The patios in the Palace of Justice will provide the same quality like the old Cordoba city. ciudad de la justicia córdoba mecanoo architecten_ayesa

fachada sur

ciudad de la justicia córdoba mecanoo architecten_ayesa

fachada norte

Alzados Norte, Este, Sur, Oeste

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[Facade] The exterior of the Palace refers to the traditional architecture of Córdoba with its perforated facades. A gossamer-thin pattern reminiscent of lace filters the light and absorbs heat. The filigree gives the building an elegant appearance. Applied to the facades of the patios are ceramic panels in different colors which contrast with the other facades.

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[Organization] The building is set on a plinth. The courtrooms, a wedding room and a restaurant represent the most public part at the entrance level. Above this, on the upper patios, are the secured offices. The archives and prison cells are located below ground level.

fachada oeste

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fachada sur

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Alzados Norte, Este, Sur, Oeste

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3.1 level +00m 3.1 level +04m The Park Foyer A

B

C

D

Theatre complex 140.02 610.05 610.02

610.03 Paint shop

440.05

330.02 610.03

610.03 Assembly shop

610.08 Loading area

610.03 Assembly shop

A

330.03

610.04 Conference

140.05

610.08 Loading area

610.08 Loading area

200.00 PLAYHOUSE 210.03 Front desk 210.04 Café 210.05 Security control booth 210.06 Cloakroom 240.02 Green room 240.03 Star dressing room 240.04 Medium dressing room 240.05 Large dressing room 250.00 Control rooms & Storage

440.04 140.03

440.03

140.04

140.05

240.05

610.06

Lyric Theater

450.04

300.00 BLACK BOX 310.03 Front desk 310.04 Café 310.06 Cloakroom 330.01 Green room 330.02 Star dressing room Organ 330.03 Medium dressing room 340.00 Control rooms & Storage

240.04

450.03

Concert Hall

440.02 Green room

150.00 Storage

610.09

Orchestra pit

610.07

110.04 Café

Playhouse

140.06 Musician

410.05

410.06 Cloakroom

410.03 Frontdesk 150.00 Control room

E

Orchestra pit

240.03

510.13

Chinese orchestra

E

Entrance Concert Hall Entrance Grand Foyer Entrance Playhouse

Park Foyer

210.03 Front desk

710.04 Art shop arcade

700.00 PUBLIC SERVICES 710.02 Information Booth 710.03 Restaurant / café 710.04 Art shop arcade 710.06 Ticket office 710.07 Press 720.00 Staff Cafeteria 730.01 Staff parking spaces

710.07 Press

710.02 Information Boot

710.06 Ticket office

810.09

810.13

3.1 level +10m B

A

C

B

D

C

D

The Grand Foyer 510.03 Medium rehearsal studio

510.11 Dans rehearsal studio

510.05 Small studio 510.01 Large rehearsal studio

340.00 Grid Black Box

150.00

Playhouse 450.00

150.00

250.00

150.00

250.00

VIP

E

E

810.12 840.01

840.02

840.05 840.06

840.00 Library

840.04

840.07

820.01

810.03

810.01 810.04 840.03

The Park Foyer

810.02

A

610.05

610.03 Paint shop

[ Keyword]

610.03 Assembly shop

The partially grass and plant covered roof creates natural and efficient building cooling in the subtropical climate. The large roof also provides an informal public space where the city residents can stroll, practice Tai Chi, mediate or just relax. Inspired by old Greek theatre, an open-air theatre was designed on the roof complex at the point where the roof dips to the ground. The surrounding park in turn becomes an informal stage. Merge The surrounding park with light slopes, valleys and water pools creates intimate public spaces varying in size, scale and proportion. Meandering paths lead to a botanical garden, a bamboo grove, a playground, a tea pavilion and a butterfly garden. The park design is a logical continuation of the theater complex with its public open spaces and roofscape. Building and landscape merge naturally, forming a unified whole.

710.03 Restaurant

A

B

C

D

A

B

C

D

510.09 Practice room for chorus

510.07 Practice room for orchestra

830.00

to the Black Box HSING-HUA LO

Lyric Theater

830.00

110.04 Café

150.00

150.00

410.06 Cloakroom

700.00 PUBLIC SERVICES 710.02 Information Booth 710.03 Restaurant / café 710.04 Art shop arcade 710.06 Ticket office 710.07 Press 720.00 Staff Cafeteria 730.01 Staff parking spaces

700.00 PUBLIC SERVICES 710.02 Information Booth 710.03 Restaurant / café 710.04 Art shop arcade 710.06 Ticket office 710.07 Press 720.00 Staff Cafeteria 730.01 Staff parking spaces

A

B

C

240.02 Greenroom

610.04 Conference

140.05 610.08 Loading area

140.05

610.06

610.09

240.05

610.07

Playhouse

140.06 Musician

410.03 Frontdesk 150.00 Control room

E

Orchestra pit

510.13

Chinese orchestra

Entrance Concert Hall Entrance Grand Foyer Entrance Playhouse

Park Foyer

D

210.06 Cloakroom 210.03 Front desk

210.05

240.03

800.00 ADMINISTRATIVE SPACES 810.01 Front desk 810.02 Artistic Director’s office 810.03 Managing Director’s office 810.04 Manager’s office 810.09 Reception area 810.12 Storage 810.13 Security 820.01 Large meeting rooms 820.02 Small meeting rooms 830.00 Building Services 840.00 Library 840.01 Briefing rooms 840.02 Control room 840.03 Common reading room 840.04 Multimedia room 840.05 Conservation room 840.06 Computer center 840.07 Storage

100.00 LYRIC THEATRE 110.03 Front desk 110.04 Café HSING-HUA LO ARCHITECTS and ASSOCIATES 110.05 Security control booth national kaohsiung performing arts center 09 110.06 Cloakroom 140.02 Greenroom 140.03 Star dressing room 140.04 Medium dressing room 140.05 Large dressing room 140.06 Musician’s loges 150.00 Control rooms & Storage 200.00 PLAYHOUSE 210.03 Front desk 210.04 Café 210.05 Security control booth 210.06 Cloakroom 240.02 Green room 240.03 Star dressing room 240.04 Medium dressing room 240.05 Large dressing room 250.00 Control rooms & Storage 300.00 BLACK BOX 310.03 Front desk 310.04 Café 310.06 Cloakroom 330.01 Green room 330.02 Star dressing room 330.03 Medium dressing room 340.00 Control rooms & Storage 400.00 CONCERT HALL 410.03 Front Desk 410.04 Café 410.05 Security control booth 410.06 Cloakroom 440.02 Green room 440.03 Star dressing room 440.04 Medium dressing room 440.05 Large dressing room 450.00 Control rooms & Storage 450.03 Piano storage 450.04 Instrument storage 500.00 REHEARSAL SPACES 510.01 Large rehearsal Studio 510.03 Medium rehearsal studio 510.05 Small rehearsal studio 510.07 Practice room for orchestra 510.09 Practice room for chorus 510.11 Dance rehearsal studio 510.13 Workshop

Roof landscape Grand Foyer/Roof Foyer Artists cafe

Staff and artists floor Management office Library studios

The “dome” Park foyer Entrances Ticket office Restaurant Press room

The base backstage areas Loading docks

600.00 TECHNICAL PREMISES 610.01 Assembly scene shop 610.02 Carpentry and repair shop 610.03 Paint shop 610.04 Conference room 610.05 Technician’s room 610.06 Wardrobe room 610.07 Laundry room 610.08 Loading area 610.09 Equipment Storage

Park Foyer 710.03 Restaurant

500.00 REHEARSAL SPACES 510.01 Large rehearsal Studio 510.03 Medium rehearsal studio 510.05 Small rehearsal studio 510.07 Practice room for orchestra 510.09 Practice room for chorus 510.11 Dance rehearsal studio 510.13 Workshop 600.00 TECHNICAL PREMISES 610.01 Assembly scene shop 610.02 Carpentry and repair shop 610.03 Paint shop 610.04 Conference room 610.05 Technician’s room 610.06 Wardrobe room 610.07 Laundry room 610.08 Loading area 610.09 Equipment Storage

110.04 Café 410.05

400.00 CONCERT HALL 410.03 Front Desk 410.04 Café 410.05 Security control booth 410.06 Cloakroom 440.02 Green room 440.03 Star dressing room 440.04 Medium dressing room 440.05 Large dressing room 450.00 Control rooms & Storage 450.03 Piano storage 450.04 Instrument storage

600.00 TECHNICAL PREMISES 610.01 Assembly scene shop 610.02 Carpentry and repair shop 610.03 Paint shop 610.04 Conference room 610.05 Technician’s room 610.06 Wardrobe room 610.07 Laundry room 610.08 Loading area 610.09 Equipment Storage

610.08 Loading area

Orchestra pit

to the Park Foyer

to the Playhouse

240.04 150.00 Storage

300.00 BLACK BOX 310.03 Front desk 310.04 Café 310.06 Cloakroom 330.01 Green room 330.02 Star dressing room 330.03 Medium dressing room 340.00 Control rooms & Storage

830.00

national kaohsiung performing arts center

140.04

200.00 PLAYHOUSE 210.03 Front desk 210.04 Café 210.05 Security control booth 210.06 Cloakroom 240.02 Green room 240.03 Star dressing room 240.04 Medium dressing room ARCHITECTS and ASSOCIATES 240.05 Large dressing room 250.00 Control rooms & Storage

national kaohsiung performing arts center

110.06 Cloakroom

Lyric Theater

Concert Hall

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to the Lyric Theater

450.03 440.02 Green room

800.00 ADMINISTRATIVE SPACES 810.01 Front desk 810.02 Artistic Director’s office 810.03 Managing Director’s office 810.04 Manager’s office 810.09 Reception area 810.12 Storage 810.13 Security 820.01 Large meeting rooms 820.02 Small meeting rooms 830.00 Building Services 840.00 Library 840.01 Briefing rooms 840.02 Control room 840.03 Common reading room 840.04 Multimedia room 840.05 Conservation room 100.00 THEATRE 840.06LYRIC Computer center 110.03 desk 840.07Front Storage 110.04 Café 110.05 Security control booth 110.06 Cloakroom 140.02 Greenroom 140.03 Star dressing room 140.04 Medium dressing room 140.05 Large dressing room 140.06 Musician’s loges 150.00 Control rooms & Storage

Grand Foyer 720.00 Staff Cafeteria

330.01 Greenroom

330.03

500.00 REHEARSAL SPACES 510.01 Large rehearsal Studio 510.03 Medium rehearsal studio 510.05 Small rehearsal studio 510.07 Practice room for orchestra 510.09 Practice room for chorus 510.11 Dance rehearsal studio 510.13 Workshop

700.00 PUBLIC SERVICES 710.02 Information Booth 710.03 Restaurant / café 710.04 Art shop arcade 710.06 Ticket office 710.07 Press 720.00 Staff Cafeteria 730.01 Staff parking spaces

820.01 Large meeting room

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140.03

450.04

210.04 Café

600.00 TECHNICAL PREMISES 610.01 Assembly scene shop 610.02 Carpentry and repair shop 610.03 Paint shop 610.04 Conference room 610.05 Technician’s room 610.06 Wardrobe room 610.07 Laundry room 610.08 Loading area 610.09 Equipment Storage

HSING-HUA LO ARCHITECTS and ASSOCIATES

Play House

250.00

110.06 Cloakroom

400.00 CONCERT HALL 410.03 Front Desk 410.04 Café 410.05 Security control booth 410.06 Cloakroom 440.02 Green room 440.03 Star dressing room 440.04 Medium dressing room 440.05 Large dressing room 450.00 Control rooms & Storage 450.03 Piano storage 450.04 Instrument storage

140.02 Greenroom

porosity, continuiation, merge, sustainable, [Introduction] The major concept of the Kaohsiung Performance Art Center is the existing Banyan trees, which are specially preserved because of their historical and environmental values. The big open roof of the building that symbolized the crown of the banyan trees is 200 meter-wide and 160 meter-deep. The big open roof covers all the public and private space, including the passageways and performance space…etc, and it leaves many “in-between” space that facilitates the porosity of the building where interior and exterior start to blur.

150.00

400.00 CONCERT HALL 410.03 Front Desk 410.04 Café 410.05 Security control booth 410.06 Cloakroom 440.02 Green room 440.03 Star dressing room 440.04 Medium dressing room 440.05 Large dressing room 450.00 Control rooms & Storage 450.03 Piano storage 450.04 Instrument storage

Playhouse 250.00

110.05

250.00 Control

800.00 ADMINISTRATIVE SPACES 810.01 Front desk 810.02 Artistic Director’s office 810.03 Managing Director’s office 810.04 Manager’s office 810.09 Reception area 810.12 Storage 810.13 Security 820.01 Large meeting rooms 820.02 Small meeting rooms 830.00 Building Services 840.00 Library 840.01 Briefing rooms 840.02 Control room 840.03 Common reading room 840.04 Multimedia room 840.05 Conservation room 840.06 Computer center 840.07 Storage

C

610.03 Assembly shop

440.04

440.03

820.02

D

330.02 610.08 Loading area

Concert Hall

810.09 Reception area

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610.03

Nicolo Riva, Sander Boer, SunMing Lee, Competition, 2007

C

830.00

610.02

National Kaohsiung Performance Center 440.05

B

B

NKPAC Design Team:

450.00

The performance ceter comprises fours theaters, which are surrounded by public spaces. The ground level is divided into two zones; the front is open space while the back is for service use.

A

Mecanoo: Francine Houben, Nuno Goncalves

150.00

500.00 REHEARSAL SPACES 510.01 Large rehearsal Studio 510.03 Medium rehearsal studio 510.05 Small rehearsal studio 510.07 Practice room for orchestra 510.09 Practice room for chorus 510.11 Dance rehearsal studio 510.13 Workshop

210.04 Café

250.00

300.00 BLACK BOX 310.03 Front desk 310.04 Café 310.06 Cloakroom 330.01 Green room 330.02 Star dressing room 330.03 Medium dressing room 340.00 Control rooms & Storage

110.06

110.06

300.00 BLACK BOX 310.03 Front desk 310.04 Café 310.06 Cloakroom 330.01 Green room 330.02 Star dressing room 330.03 Medium dressing room 340.00 Control rooms & Storage

The Roofscape

150.00

3.1 level +00m

Concert Hall

national kaohsiung performing arts center

Concert Hall

450.00

310.06 Cloakroom

Entrance Lyric

240.02 Green room 240.03 Star dressing room 240.04 Medium dressing room 240.05 Large dressing room 250.00 Control rooms & Storage

Lyric Theater

200.00 PLAYHOUSE 210.03 Front desk 210.04 Café 210.05 Security control booth 210.06 Cloakroom 240.02 Green room 240.03 Star dressing room 240.04 Medium dressing room 240.05 Large dressing room 250.00 Control rooms & Storage

Entrance Black Box

110.03 Front desk

200.00 PLAYHOUSE 210.03 Front desk 210.04 Café 210.05 Security control booth

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450.00

A covered public space by Ban-Yang trees. Structure elements: modules and linkages (Arup).

310.03 Front desk

Lyric Theater

HSING-HUA LO ARCHITECTS and ASSOCIATES 210.06 Cloakroom

410.04 Café

100.00 LYRIC THEATRE 110.03 Front desk 110.04 Café 110.05 Security control booth 110.06 Cloakroom 140.02 Greenroom 140.03 Star dressing room 140.04 Medium dressing room 140.05 Large dressing room 140.06 Musician’s loges 150.00 Control rooms & Storage

Black Box

310.04 Café

800.00 ADMINISTRATIVE SPACES 810.01 Front desk 810.02 Artistic Director’s office 810.03 Managing Director’s office 810.04 Manager’s office 810.09 Reception area 810.12 Storage 810.13 Security 820.01 Large meeting rooms 820.02 Small meeting rooms 830.00 Building Services 840.00 Library 840.01 Briefing rooms 840.02 Control room 840.03 Common reading room 840.04 Multimedia room 840.05 Conservation room 100.00 LYRIC THEATRE 840.06 Computer center 110.03 Front desk 840.07 Storage 110.04 Café 110.05 Security control booth 110.06 Cloakroom 140.02 Greenroom 140.03 Star dressing room 140.04 Medium dressing room 140.05 Large dressing room 140.06 Musician’s loges 150.00 Control rooms & Storage

3.1 level +15m A

D

450.00

400.00 CONCERT HALL 410.03 Front Desk 410.04 Café 410.05 Security control booth 410.06 Cloakroom 440.02 Green room 440.03 Star dressing room 440.04 Medium dressing room 440.05 Large dressing room 450.00 Control rooms & Storage 450.03 Piano storage 450.04 Instrument storage

600.00 TECHNICAL PREMISES 610.01 Assembly scene shop 610.02 Carpentry and repair shop 610.03 Paint shop 610.04 Conference room 610.05 Technician’s room 610.06 Wardrobe room 610.07 Laundry room 610.08 Loading area 610.09 Equipment Storage

Park Foyer 710.03 Restaurant

C

500.00 REHEARSAL SPACES 510.01 Large rehearsal Studio 510.03 Medium rehearsal studio 510.05 Small rehearsal studio 510.07 Practice room for orchestra 510.09 Practice room for chorus 510.11 Dance rehearsal studio 510.13 Workshop

210.06 Cloakroom

210.05

B

100.00 LYRIC THEATRE 110.03 Front desk 110.04 Café 110.05 Security control booth 110.06 Cloakroom 140.02 Greenroom 140.03 Star dressing room 140.04 Medium dressing room 140.05 Large dressing room 140.06 Musician’s loges 150.00 Control rooms & Storage

240.02 Greenroom

330.01 Greenroom

Greenroom

830.00

710.04

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710.02 Information Boot 810.09

710.06 Ticket office

710.07 Press

700.00 PUBLIC SERVICES 710.02 Information Booth 710.03 Restaurant / café 710.04 Art shop arcade 710.06 Ticket office 710.07 Press 720.00 Staff Cafeteria 730.01 Staff parking spaces

the strucural “in-between” spaces are used for serives and administration space.


System:

variation + internal organization

CNL Czech National Library Advisor: Sophie Valla TU Delft, core studio 02, 2007

[Introduction] The function of library changes by time. A library, in a more traditional sense, is a collection of books, or it can mean the building or room where houses such a collection. Nowadays, a library is not only a place for storage, but also a public space where people meet and exchange. Meanwhile, the development of digital information and media also makes today’s libraries become more diverse and more accessible to the public. [Czech National Library] In order to accommodate all activities that acquire different working conditions, all programs in the library are re-categorized and thereafter being distributed according to three qualities: accessibility, flexibility and interactivity. These qualities are further applied to the libraries’ spatial organization to provide various environments for working. The service area, together with the vertical circulation space in the library, is consequently merged as a continuous space for public use therefore to provide non-interrupted experience in the library.


Re-Search Bouwkunde for Collective Experience Team: SunMing Lee, Ryan Liang TU-Delft, BK Competition, 2008

[ Keyword] collective experience, clusters, program, activities

[Introduction] The previous vertical BK tower that comprises fourteen floors is always been criticized for its horizontal separation of spaces that fails to build connections among students. Our proposal sees the fact and tries to challenge the way people perceive space by two means. Firstly, by reorganizing programs into different clusters, students with similar interests will have more opportunity to interact with each other, while space can still keep its flexibility in use. Secondly, by introducing catalytic activities to public space, such as “Interbreeding Field” for construction exercise, “Collective Courtyard” for communication and “Experience Spectrum” for lectures and exhibitions, the faculty will be no longer a place for “study”, but a place to meet people and experience architecture.


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[Introduction] The design of Quebec national Museum explores the freedom that lies within the conflict and dilemma between the two extremes: the confined and the liberated; the ancient and the future. To respond to the multiple demands and desires of the historical, urban and functional context, the volume of the museum is tilted, wanting to create an intuitive connection between street and museum as well as church courtyard and park. The new pavilion is designed to complete the convent, preserve the centenary trees while opening both courtyard and museum visually towards the park. The tilted volume encloses the courtyard while opening up to the park. The simple form and choice of materials reflect a local sensibility, while the gesture of diving under the street transforms the simple stack of galleries into an abstract sculpture.

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Plastic/ Glass/ Metal

manual sorting

vibrating screen

magnetic separation

eddy current separation

plastic trommel

+plastic

manual sorting

[tipping floor -conveyer belt ]

W1

W1

M1

M1

W1

W

W2

W2

M2

M2

W2

W

+glass

[conveyer belt-baling machine ]

+plastic- color

+aluminium

W3

W3

M3

M3

W3

W

W4

W4

M4

M4

W4

W

W5

W5

W5

W

W6

W6

W6

W

+steel non-recyclable

paper/ cardboard

3

2

6

non-recyclable

5

W3

1

4

W3

3 2

6-2

6-1

6

5

1

4

W4

W4

Recyclable Wastes II Paper/ Cardboard

manual sorting

air classification

air classification

[tipping floor -conveyer belt ]

manual sorting

+paper +paper - color

[conveyer belt-baling machine ]

3-1

3

2

6-2

6

5

6-2

W5

W6

6-1

W5

6-2

2

5

1

4

W6 6-1

4

1

+cardboard

MRF

Material Recovery Facility, Bronx Advisor: Henriette Bier, Sang Lee Construction Advisor: Engles Jen TU-Delft, Thesis Design, 2008

[ Keyword] diagram, situation, bifurcation, variation, programmatic seciton, keyframe, structural hiarchy, trajectory

Recycle Diagram: working flow and mechanism of classification

Loft: spatial variation based on programmatic “key-frames “.

[Introduction] The project aims to recover the relationship between humanity and machinery. This recovery should also provide new uses and possibilities for development of the site as a powerful magnet for local residents and urban activity. The project starts from the possibility of generating organization from a waste processing circulation, as a development of the idea of hybridization between machinery and human activities. The process diagram is later on spatialized into architectural space via model study and computer manipulation. The outcome of the project presents a shift of emphasis from the form to the structural and organizational relations, interconnections that exist internally and externally within an architectural project. Design Process: spatialization of recycle process diagram


Volumetric: sorting room

Bifurcation: categorization process

Cantilever: public entrance

[ Spatial Organization ] The formal organization of the project is determined by the economies of the working flow, which is a sequential linear process on the site. The primary organizing strategy is to spatialize the continuous working flows that constitute the major working spaces in the factory. Other Programs and activities are then automatically filled-in in the “in-between� space in order to create spatial qualities and complexities. My First move is to set the circulation diagram as a structural organization: The connection between the circulation paths is always set as a bifurcation, so that rather than setting the program as a series of adjacent spaces with more or less determined limits, I articulate them in the continuity of a branched sequence along the circulatory system. [ Three trajectories ] flow of recyclable material, flow of staff, and flow of visitor The flow of recyclable material, which is linear, sequential and continuous, plays the most significant rule in the factory. Commingled materials are gradually differentiated during the sorting process. They will be later on collected and packaged by the baling machines. Flow of staff in the factory acquires high efficiency and high visibility. They are set diagonally across the recyrecy clable flows. Finally, the visitors flow is eventually introduced in the system. It is a non-directional continuous loop scattered in between the other two trajectories.

Storage Level

Sorting Level

Service/ Office Level

[Conclution] The close integration between human and machinery is facilitated by the overall transparency of the internal organization; the continuity of spaces avoids the traditional separation into status group that is no longer conducive to a modern workplace. The architecture we are developing today is no longer the architecture of repetition and pre-conceived forms. Rather, it is an organic architecture that is able to adapt and mould itself to the peculiarities of its performance, to orient itself to the various functions and to synthesize a complex series of concerns into a seamless and integrated whole.

section: sorting room

section: storage room


Exploration:

contigency and possibilities

Release

Opus glasses design

You Were Fish Mobius fish bowl

The Artificial Landscape Fashion Store Design


OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

8HOUSE

Aix-en-Provence Terminal

BIG CD, 2009-2010 (complete)

Amager Waste Facility

BIG Competition, 2010

Dietmar Feichtinger Architect Competition, 2009 (canceled)

Parkcity

BIG Competition, 2010

Taipei Gateway

BIG Concept, 2009

Stade Jules Ladoumegue

Battery

Dietmar Feichtinger Architect SD-DD, 2009

Taipei Metro Express #3 J.J. Pan Architects Competition, 1st Prize, 2006

ASUS Headquater, Shanghai

BIG SD, 2010

Taipei Metro Express #1 J.J. Pan Architects Competition, 1st Prize, 2006

J.J.Pan Architect Concept, 2006

ITRT

Bio-formosana Concept, 2005

Street House Renovation Concept, 2003

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