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THE PRESENCE OF ABSENCE

“outdoor swimming, bathing, mist, atmosphere, geothermal energy”

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Seljavallalaug, Iceland Set at the heart of the volcanic mountains in Iceland, the thesis is focused on celebrating the experience of outdoor swimming in relationship with the phenomenological qualities of fog. Building on the Icelandic bathing culture the intervention celebrates the experience of outdoor swimming and explores the atmospheric qualities of mist as one encounters a piece both sensorially and spatially. Through a programmatic hybridity approach the project seeks to enhance one’s bathing experience and offers bathing, swimming, accommodation and recreational facilities. “When a person experiences and interacts with fog it becomes part of his personal system of relating to nature. It influences his future relation to fog and nature and make him more sensitive to the natural, geological processes around him” Fujito Nakaya

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Seljavallalaug, Iceland Set at the heart of the volcanic mountains in Iceland, the thesis is focused on celebrating the experience of outdoor swimming in relationship with the phenomenological qualities of fog. Building on the Icelandic bathing culture the intervention celebrates the experience of outdoor swimming and explores the atmospheric qualities of mist as one encounters a piece both sensorially and spatially. Through a programmatic hybridity approach the project seeks to enhance one’s bathing experience and offers bathing, swimming, accommodation and recreational facilities. “When a person experiences and interacts with fog it becomes part of his personal system of relating to nature. It influences his future relation to fog and nature and make him more sensitive to the natural, geological processes around him”

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Set at the heart of the volcanic mountains in Iceland, the thesis is focused on celebrating the experience of outdoor swimming in relationship with the phenomenological qualities of fog. 1

Building on the Icelandic bathing culture the intervention celebrates1the experience of outdoor swimming and explores the atmospheric qualities of mist as one encounters a piece both sensorially and spatially. 2

Through a programmatic hybridity approach the project seeks to enhance one’s bathing experience and offers bathing, swimming, accommodation and recreational facilities. 3

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Building on the Icelandic bathing culture the intervention celebrates the experience of outdoor swimming and explores the atmospheric qualities of mist as one encounters a piece both sensorially and spatially. 2

Through a programmatic hybridity approach the project seeks to enhance one’s bathing experience and offers bathing, swimming, accommodation and recreational facilities. 3

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Design risk assessments are carried out throughout the design stage of this project in accordance with company procedures and manuals. Where reasonably possible all areas of risk applicable to design and end use of the construction have been identified and then eliminated, mitigated or recorded as a residual risk. Note that general risks of which a competent designer or contractor should be aware are not included. This drawing is to be read in conjunction with the Pre-construction Information and all related documents prepared in accordance with the current Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 and all applicable Health and Safety legislation as currently amended. Disclaimer: The information contained within this drawing is based on survey information provided by a third party. Lawray Architects cannot guarantee the accuracy of the survey information. All levels shown have been interpolated from the Topographical and Revit model Surveys provided. This drawing is based on Survey Revit model: 'db3140-Aberystwyth-The Old College-Rev9.rvt by 'DESIGNBASE Surveying & BIM'.

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of Gothic Revival Victorian Theinto project is focused onthat transforming the The regeneration proposal aim is toarchitecture. turn the library an events space would safeguard iconic birthplace of University education inits Wales into for a centre engagement, a key part of the univeristy’s heritage and reinvent purpose a newfor generation. learning and creativity that will appeal to all generations.

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LAWRAY ARCHITECTS ARCHITECTS “mixed-use, “mixed-use,hotel, hotel,biodiversity, biodiversity,courtyards courtyards”” BOYES REES ARCHITECTS BOYES REES ARCHITECTS “student accommodation, mixed use, active frontage” “student accommodation, mixed use, active frontage” BOYES REES ARCHITECTS

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Three Hotel, Bristol Three Queens Queens Hotel, Bristol “student accommodation, mixed use, active frontage” The proposal includes a mixed use development comprising of a Student accommodation, Bristol, UK Student accommodation, Bristol, UK leisure facilities and public 435 room hotel with dining, conference, realm space. Student Bristol, UKwith a student accommodation. currentaccommodation, building and replacement Furthermore, in orderand to promote biodiversity the scheme facilicurrent building replacement with a student accommodation. The vision isgreen to provide a landmark development of quality that tates an exterior wall on the eastern facade of the building current building and replacement with a student accommodation. The vision is to provide a landmark development of quality thatof which accommodate around 400 ensuite beds in a mix alongside thewould inclusion of bird boxes. which would accommodate around 400 ensuite beds in a mix studio andiscluster arrangements . development of quality thatof The vision to provide a landmark studio and cluster arrangements . 400 ensuite beds in a mix of which would accommodate around Design evolution Aerial view Design studioevolution and cluster arrangements .

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Student Accommodation, Plymouth Student Accommodation, Plymouth The development is22-storey a 22-storey landmark building and it includes The development is a landmark it includes Student Student Accommodation, Accommodation, Plymouth Plymouth Beckley Court is a 22-storey landmark at building the heartand of Plymouth Student Accommodation, Plymouth high quality accommodation, students at Plymouth University. 507507 quality accommodation, forfor students at Plymouth University. and ithigh includes 500 high quality accommodation studios alongside The The development development ais22-storey a 22-storey landmark landmark building building and and it includes it includes The development is is a and 22-storey landmark building and it includes commercial spaces recreational areas. Renderings: Renderings: 507 507 high high quality quality accommodation, accommodation, for for students students at at Plymouth Plymouth University. University. 507 high quality accommodation, for students at Plymouth University.

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W-14.01a

W-16.06 W-16.07

W-13-16.05

W-14.04

W-15.02

W-13-16.03 W-13.01a

W-15.06 W-16.06

W-16.06

W-15.06 W-15.07

W-14.04

W-13.04 W-14.04

15 - Fifthteenth Floor 15 - Fifthteenth Floor 16 - Sixteenth 16Floor -74900 Sixteenth Floor 74900 16 - Sixteenth Floor 77800 77800

W-14.07 W-14.07 W-15.07

W-12.01

12 - Twelfth Floor 12 - Twelfth Floor 66200 13 - Thirteenth 13 -Floor Thirteenth Floor 13 - Thirteenth Floor 66200 69100 69100

W-13.01a

CW.036a

9

9 11 - Eleventh Floor 11 - Eleventh 63300 Floor 12 - Twelfth 12 Floor - Twelfth Floor 12 - Twelfth63300 Floor 66200 66200 66200

W-12.01 W-13.01a

W-11.01a W-12.01

W-12.01

CW.036aCW.036a CW.036a 9

9

W-12.02

W-13.01a

W-13.02

W-12.02 W-13.02

W-12.03 W-12.03

W-13.02

W-13.04

CW.036a

W-14.06

W-14.06

W-14.06 W-14.07

W-13.07 W-14.07

W-14.07

9

W-11.01a

2

W-12.01

W-12.02

W-12.02

W-11.03 W-12.02 W-12.03

W-11.03 W-12.03

W-12.03 W-12.04

W-9.01a

07 -Seventh SeventhFloor Floor 07 -Seventh SeventhFloor Floor 08 - Eighth Floor 08 -51700 Eighth Floor 08 - Eighth Floor 51700 54600 54600 54600

W-8.01

06 - Sixth Floor 06 - Sixth Floor 48800 07 -Seventh Seventh07 Floor Floor -Seventh SeventhFloor Floor 07 -Seventh Seventh48800 Floor Floor 51700 51700

W-7.01a

W-11.04 W-11.04 W-12.04

W-12.07 W-13.07

W-12.57

W-12.08

W-11.07

W-12.05

W-12.07

W-10.01 W-11.01a

W-11.01a

W-9.01a W-10.01

W-10.01

W-8.01 W-9.01a

W-9.01a

W-10-13.06

2

2

2

W-11.03

W-10.03 W-11.03

W-11.03

W-9.03 W-10.03

W-10.03

W-8.03 W-9.03

W-9.03

W-11.04

11

W-10-13.06

W-11.07 W-12.07

W-12.07 W-12.08

11

W-8.01

11

W-11.08 W-12.08

W-10.05 W-11.04 W-11.05 W-11.05

W-11.05

W-9.05 W-10.05

W-10.05

W-10.07 W-11.07

W-10.07 W-11.07

W-11.07 W-11.08

W-9.07 W-10.07

W-10.07 W-10.08

W-10.05

W-8.07 W-9.07

W-9.07W-9.08

W-9.06 W-9.06 W-10.07

W-8.05 W-8.05 W-9.05

W-9.05

W-9.07

W-7-10.04 W-7.03

W-7.02 W-8.03

W-6.01 W-7.01a

W-7.03 W-8.03

W-7-10.04

W-9.06 W-9.07

W-7.05 W-7.05 W-8.05

W-8.05

W-8.07

W-10.57

11 - Eleventh Floor 11 - Eleventh 63300 Floor 12 - Twelfth 12 Floor - Twelfth Floor 12 - Twelfth 63300 Floor 66200 66200 66200

W-10.08 W-11.08

W-11.08

W-9.08 W-10.08

W-10.08

W-8.08 W-9.08

W-9.08

W-10.57 W-11.10

W-11.10

W-9-12.09

W-10.57a W-10.57a W-11.11

W-11.11

W-9.11 W-10.57a

W-10.57a

W-11.10 W-11.11

W-9.10 W-9.10 W-10.57

W-10.57

W-10.57 W-10.57a

W-8.08

W-9.11

W-9.12

W-9.14

W-9.12

W-9.14

W-8.11 W-9.10 W-9.11

W-9.10

W-9.10

W-8.11 W-9.11

W-9.11 W-9.12

W-8.12 W-8.12 W-9.12

W-9.14

W-8.13a W-9.14

W-8.06 W-8.07

W-7.08 W-8.07

W-8.07W-8.08

W-7.08 W-8.08

W-8.08 W-8.09

10

W-8.09

W-7.11

10

W-8.09

W-8.11

W-7.02

W-6.02 W-7.02

W-7.02 W-7.03

W-7.03

W-6.04

W-7.03

W-6.04

W-6.05

W-6.05 W-7.05

W-7.05

W-6.06 W-6.06 W-7.06

W-7.05 W-7.06

W-7.06

W-5-7.07 W-5-7.07

W-7.08

W-6.08 W-6.08 W-7.08

W-7.08

10

04 - Fourth Floor 04 - Fourth Floor 05 - Fifth Floor 05 -43000 Fifth Floor 05 - Fifth Floor 43000 45900 45900 45900 Client Signage Client Signage Client Signage

W-5.01a

03 - Third Floor 03 - Third Floor 04 -40100 Fourth Floor 04 - Fourth Floor 04 - Fourth Floor 40100 43000 43000 43000

W-4.01

02 - Second Floor 02 - Second Floor 03 - Third Floor 03 -37200 Third Floor 03 - Third Floor 37200 40100 40100

W-3.01a

W-5.01a W-6.01

W-5.02

W-6.01

W-6.02

W-5.02 W-6.02

W-6.02

W-4-6.03 W-4-6.03 W-6.04

W-4.02

W-5.01a

W-5.02

W-4.02 W-5.02

W-5.02 W-4-6.03

W-4-6.03

W-5.08

W-5.06

W-6.05

W-6.04 W-6.05

W-5.06 W-6.06

W-6.05 W-6.06

W-6.06 W-5-7.07

W-5-7.07

W-5-7.07 W-6.08

W-5.08 W-6.08

W-6.08 W-6.09

W-7.11

11

W-6.09

W-6.09W-5-8.10

W-8.13a

W-7.11 W-7.12

W-5-8.10 W-6.11

W-7.14

W-6.11 W-6.12

W-5.12 W-5.12 W-6.12

W-4.04

W-4-6.03 W-5.04

W-4.04 W-5.04

W-3-5.05

W-4.07

W-4.06

W-3-5.05

W-5.04

W-4.06 W-5.06

W-5.06

W-5.06

W-4.07

W-5.08

W-4.08 W-4.08 W-5.08

W-5.08

W-3-5.09 W-3-5.09

W-4.10 W-4.10 W-5.11

W-5.11 W-5.12

W-2.01

W-3.01a

W-4.02

W-2.01 W-3.01a

9

W-2.01 9 W-2.01 CW.035a W-2.01

9

W-3.02 W-4.02

W-4.12 W-4.12 W-5.12

10

W-3.03

W-4.04

CW.035a W-2.02

W-2.02 W-3.02

W-1.02 W-2.02

W-3.02 W-3.03

10

W-3.03

10

10

W-3.03

W-3.04

W-1.02 W-2.02

W-1.03 10

W-3.04 W-3.04 W-4.04

10

W-2.04

W-4.07W-4.08

W-1-3.07 W-1-3.07

W-3.08

W-2.06 W-1-3.07

W-1.04

W-1.05

W-1.04 W-1.05

9

W-1.06

W-1.05 W-1.06

CW.007 9

W-1-3.07

W-1-3.07 W-2.08

W-1.06

9

9

9

9

AA A

W-3.08

W-1.08 W-2.08

W-2.08 W-2.09

W-3-5.09 W-4.10

W-3.10 W-4.10

W-4.10 W-4.11

W-2.09 W-2.09 W-3.10

W-3.10 W-3.11

W-1.09 W-1.09 W-2.09

W-2.09 W-2.10

W-3.11 W-3.11 W-4.11

W-4.11 W-4.12

W-2.10 W-2.10 W-3.10

10

W-5.14

W-2.10 W-2.11

W-4.12 W-4.13

W-6.13a

W-3.11 W-3.12

W-2.12 W-2.12 W-3.12

W-3.12 W-3.13

W-1.11 W-1.11 W-2.11

W-2.11 W-2.12

W-4.13

W-3.13

W-2.12 W-2.13

W-3.14

W-4.14

W-2.13

W-2.14

9

CCTV

9

B B

9

BB B

9

CCTV

W-1.08

W-5.35

W-4.35

W-17.19 AOV 1.5m² W-18.19a W-18.19 W-18.19 W-C16-21.02 W-C16-21.02 AOV 1.5m²W-18.01a W-18.19 W-C16-21.02 AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

12

9

W-17.19a

W-18.19a

W-16.20 W-16.20 W-17.19a

W-15.22 W-16.20b

W-16.20b

W-16.20

W-1.09

W-1.09 W-1.10

W-1.10

W-1.10 W-1.11

W-1.11

W-1.11 W-1.12

W-1.12

W-1.12 W-1.13

W-1.13

W-1.13

W-1.14

W-1.14

CW.003

9

CW.003

CW.002

9

9

CW.002

W-6.35 W-7.35

W-7.35

W-5.35 W-6.35

W-7.33

9

9

9

CW.002 CW.002 CW.002 9

9

9

CW.001b

W-14.19a W-15.19a

W-15.19a

CCTV

C C CC C

D D DD D

CCTV

W-17.01b W-18.01a

W-18.01a

W-16.01a W-17.01b

W-17.01b

W-15.01b W-16.01a

W-16.01a

W-14.01b W-15.01b

W-15.01b

W-13.01b W-14.01b

W-14.01b

W-12.01a W-13.01b

W-13.01b

W-16.01a

AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m² W-17.19 AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m² W-17.01b AOV 1.5m²

W-C15.02a AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

AOV 1.5m²

W-18.01a

W-17.01b

AOV 1.5m²

W-15.19a W-16.19a

W-C15.02a AOV 1.5m²

W-15.01b

AOV 1.5m² W-16.01a

W-13-16.19

W-14.23 W-14.23

W-C15.01

W-15.22

XD-13.01

W-C14.01

W-C14.01 W-14.23

W-14.22 W-15.22

W-13.23

W-13.23 W-13.22 W-14.23 W-14.23 W-14.22 W-14.22

11

W-14.22

11

W-15.22

W-14.20 W-15.20

W-15.20

W-13.22

W-13.20 W-13.20 W-14.20

11 W-14.20 11

W-14.22

11

W-14.20 W-15.20 W-15.19a

W-14.20 W-14.19a

W-14.19a

W-13-16.19

W-C14.02a AOV 1.5m² W-C14.02a W-C15.02a AOV 1.5m² W-C15.02a AOV 1.5m²W-15.01b W-C15.02a AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

W-13-16.19

W-14.19a

W-12.19a W-13.19a

W-13.19a

W-11.19a W-12.19a

W-12.19a

W-14.01b

W-13-16.19

W-13.19a

W-13.19a W-14.19a

W-8.30 W-9.30

10

17

10

10

W-12.23

W-12.24

W-12.24

W-12.23 W-13.23 W-13.23 W-13.22 W-13.22

10

W-13.22

W-11.28a W-12.28a

W-11.28a

W-11.28

W-11.28 W-12.28aW-12.28 W-12.28

W-11.26

W-12.28

W-11.26 W-12.26

W-12.26

W-10.29

W-10.29

14

10

11

14

W-10.28a

W-10.28a W-11.29 W-11.28a W-11.28aW-11.28 W-11.28

W-12.26

W-11.25

W-11.25

W-12.20 W-13.20

W-13.20

W-10.25

W-10.26 W-10.25 W-10.24 W-11.26 W-11.26W-11.25 W-11.25 W-11.24 W-11.25 W-11.24

W-11.26

W-11.23

W-11.24 W-12.24 W-12.23

W-11.23 W-12.23

W-11.21 W-11.21

W-12.23

10

W-12.20 W-13.20 W-13.19a

W-C13.02a AOV 1.5m² W-C13.02a W-C14.02a AOV 1.5m² W-C14.02a AOV 1.5m²W-14.01b W-C14.02a AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

W-12.19a

W-10.23 W-11.23

W-11.23

W-11.20 W-12.20 W-12.19a

10

W-11.19a

W-13.01b

10

W-C12.02a AOV 1.5m² W-C12.02a W-C13.02a AOV 1.5m² W-C13.02a AOV 1.5m²W-13.01b W-C13.02a AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

10

11

W-9.28a

W-9.29

W-9.28 W-10.28a

14

14

W-8.28a

W-8.29a

11 W-9.28

W-9.26

14

W-9-12.27

W-9.26 W-10.26

W-10.26

W-9-12.27

W-9.25

W-9.25 W-9.24 W-10.26W-10.25 W-10.25 W-10.24 W-10.25 W-10.24

11

W-10.21 W-10.21 W-10.20 W-11.21 W-11.21 W-11.20 W-11.20

W-11.21

W-9.24 W-10.24 W-10.23

11

W-12.01a

W-10.23

W-8.23 W-9.23

W-9.23

2

W-11.01b

W-9.19a W-10.19a

W-9.19a W-9.19 W-C9-12.02a W-9.19 AOV 1.5m² W-C9-12.02a W-10.19a W-10.19 W-10.19 W-C9-12.02a AOV 1.5m²W-10.01a W-10.19 W-C9-12.02a AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

W-9.01b W-10.01a

W-10.01a

W-8.19a W-9.19a

W-8.19a W-8.19 W-C8.02 AOV 1.5m² W-8.19 W-C8.02 W-C9-12.02a W-C9-12.02a W-9.19a W-9.19 W-9.19 AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m² W-C9-12.02a AOV 1.5m² W-9.19 W-9.01b AOV 1.5m²

W-8.01a W-9.01b

W-9.01b

W-7.01b W-8.01a

W-8.01a

W-6.01a W-7.01b

W-7.01b

W-5.01b W-6.01a

W-6.01a

W-4.01a W-5.01b

W-5.01b

W-3.01b W-4.01a

W-4.01a

W2.01a W-3.01b

W-3.01b

W-10.19

W-C9-12.02a

AOV 1.5m² W-10.19 W-C9-12.02a W-11.19a W-11.19 W-11.19 W-C9-12.02a AOV 1.5m² W-C9-12.02a AOV 1.5m²W-11.01b W-C9-12.02a AOV 1.5m² W-11.19 AOV 1.5m²

2

2

CW.036a

W-11.01b

W-10.01a W-11.01b

AOV 1.5m²

W-10.19a

W-10.19a W-11.19a

10 W-C12.02a

CW.036aCW.036a CW.036a W-10.01a

11

W-9.23

W-9.23 W-10.23

2

2

W-10.20 W-11.20 W-11.19a

10

W-9.21 W-9.21 W-9.20 W-10.21 W-10.21 W-10.20 W-10.20

W-10.21

W-9.20 W-10.20 W-10.19a

W-C9-12.02a AOV 1.5m²

W-9.01b

W-9-12.27

W-8.28

W-8.28a W-8.28 W-9.28a W-9.28aW-9.28 W-9.28 W-9.29 W-9.28

W-8.29a

10 W-9.29 10W-9.29 W-9.28a

11

W-C9-12.02a AOV 1.5m² W-C9-12.02a W-C12.02a AOV 1.5m² W-C12.02a AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²W-12.01a

W-12.01a

10

W-11.19

W-11.19

W-11.01b W-12.01a

11

W-10.23

W-10.24 W-11.24 W-11.23

W-11.20

W-12.20 10 W-12.20 10

11 W-10.26

W-11.28

W-11.24

W-12.24 10 W-12.24 10

W-9-12.27

W-7.31

- Upper Floor 0100A - First Floor 01 Ground -31300 First Floor 01 - First Floor 31300 34300 34300

CCTV

00 - Ground Floor 00- -Upper Ground Floor 28300 00A 00A Ground - Upper FloorGround Floor 00A - Upper28300 Ground Floor 31300 31300 31300

W-4.35 W-5.35

W-5.35

W-6.33 W-7.33

W-7.33

W-6.32

W-6.32

-01 Ground -01 Floor Ground Floor -02 -- Lower Plant Room -02 -- Lower Plant Level Room Level -01 Ground Floor -02 -- Lower Plant25300 Room Level -03 - Plant Room -03 - Plant Sub Level Room Sub Level 25300 -03 - Plant25150 Room Sub 25150 Level 25300 25150 24800 24800 24800

W-7.29a

W-6-8.29

W-6-8.29 W-8.29a W-8.28a

W-6.31

W-6.30

W-7.28a W-8.28a

W-8.27

W-8.27

W-8.26

W-8.26 W-9.26

W-9.26

W-8.25

W-8.25 W-8.24 W-9.26 W-9.25 W-9.25 W-9.24 W-9.25 W-9.24

W-7.28a

W-7.28

W-7.27

W-7.26

W-8.24 W-9.24 W-9.23

W-8.23

W-5.33

W-5.32

W-5.31

W-5.30

W-6.28a

4

D-5.29

D-5.29

W-5.28a W-6.28a

W-5.31 W-5.30 W-5.29a W-6.31 W-6.31 W-6.30 W-6.30 W-6.29 W-6.30 W-6.29

W-5.32 W-5.31

W-4.31 W-4.30 W-4.29a W-4.29 W-5.31 W-5.31 W-5.30 W-5.30 W-5.29a W-5.29a D-5.29 W-5.28a W-5.30 W-5.29a D-5.29

W-6.29

W-6.28a

W-6.27

W-6.28

W-6.28a W-6.28 W-7.28a W-7.28aW-7.28 W-7.28 W-6-8.29 W-7.28 W-7.27

W-5.29a

W-6.32 W-6.31

W-3.35

W-4.33

W-4.34

W-4.34 W-5.33

W-4.33 W-5.33 W-5.33 W-5.32 W-5.32

W-3.33

W-3.34

W-3.33 W-3.34 W-4.35 W-4.34 W-4.34 W-4.33 W-4.33 W-4.34

W-2.35 W-3.35

W-2.33 W-2.34 W-3.33 W-3.35 W-3.34 W-3.34 W-3.33 W-2-4.32 W-3.33 W-3.34 W-2-4.32

W-4.33

W-4.31

W-2-4.32

W-3.31

W-5.28a

W-6.26

W-6.27 W-6.26 W-7.27 W-7.27 W-7.26 W-7.26

4

W-7.26

W-8.22

W-8.22

W-8.21

W-8.21 W-8.20 W-9.21 W-9.21 W-9.20 W-9.20

W-9.21

W-8.20 W-9.20 W-9.19a

W-3.30

W-4.29a

W-4.29

W-4.31

W-2.31

W-2.30

W-4.28a

D-5.27

W-3.29a

W-3.29

W-2.29a

W-3.28a

W-3.28

W-2.28a

W-6.24

W-4-7.25

W-4.26

W-1-3.27

W-1-3.27

W-2.26 W-3.26

W-3.26

W-7.22 W-8.22 W-8.21

W-6.23 W-6.23 W-6.22 W-7.23 W-7.23 W-7.22 W-7.22

W-6.24 W-6.23

W-7.20

W-8.21

W-8.20

W-7.20 W-8.21 W-8.20

W-5-7.21

W-6.22 W-5-7.21

W-7.22

W-6.20 W-7.20

W-7.20

W-5.23

D-5.24

W-8.20 W-8.19a

W-7.19a W-7.19a W-8.19a

W-8.19a W-8.19 W-8.19

W-8.01a

W-6.19a

W-6.20 W-7.20 W-7.19a

W-6.19a W-7.19a

W-7.19a

W-5-7.19

W-C7.02c

AOV 1.5m² W-C7.02c W-8.19 W-C8.02 AOV 1.5m² W-C8.02 AOV 1.5m² W-8.01a W-C8.02 AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

W-5-7.19

W-7.01b

W-4.24

W-2.26

W-5.20 W-6.20 W-6.19a

W-5.19 W-5.19 W-6.19a

W-C6.02

AOV 1.5m² W-C6.02 W-C7.02c AOV 1.5m² W-C7.02c AOV 1.5m² W-7.01b W-C7.02c AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

W-6.01a

W-C5.02

W-6.19a W-5-7.19 W-5-7.19

AOV 1.5m² W-C5.02 W-5-7.19 W-C6.02 AOV 1.5m² W-C6.02 AOV 1.5m² W-6.01a W-C6.02 AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

W-5.01b

W-4-7.25

W-4.24 D-5.24

W-3.25

W-3.25

W-5.22

W-5.23 W-5.22 W-5.20 W-5-7.21 W-6.23 W-6.23 W-6.22 W-6.22 W-5-7.21 W-6.20 W-5-7.21 W-6.22 W-6.20

W-4.24

W-3.26

W-2.28

W-7.24 W-7.23

D-5.24 D-5.24 W-6.24

W-4.26 D-5.26

W-3.28 W-3.26 W-4.28aW-4.28 W-4.27 W-4.26 W-4.28W-4.27 W-4.27 W-4.26 W-4.28

W-2.29

W-6.24 W-7.24

D-5.26

W-4.27 W-4.26 D-5.27 D-5.27 D-5.26 D-5.26

W-2.28a W-2.28 W-3.28a W-3.28aW-3.28 W-3.28 W-3.29 W-3.28

W-2.31 W-2.30 W-2.29a W-2.29 W-2-4.32 W-3.31 W-3.31 W-3.30 W-3.30 W-3.29a W-3.29a W-3.29 W-3.28a W-3.31 W-3.30 W-3.29a W-3.29

W-6.24

W-7.24

W-6.26

W-4.27

W-4.28

W-4.28a W-4.28 W-5.28a W-5.28a D-5.28 D-5.28 D-5.29 D-5.28 D-5.27

W-7.23 W-7.23 W-7.22 W-8.23 W-8.23 W-8.22 W-8.22

W-4-7.25

4

D-5.28

W-8.24 W-8.23

W-4-7.25

D-5.28 D-5.27 D-5.26 W-6.28aW-6.28 W-6.27 W-6.26 W-6.28W-6.27 W-6.27 W-6.26 W-6.28

W-3.28a W-3.31 W-3.30 W-3.29a W-3.29 W-4.28a W-4.31 W-4.31 W-4.30 W-4.30 W-4.29a W-4.29a W-4.29 W-4.29 W-4.28a W-4.30 W-4.29a W-4.29

W-2-4.32

W-2.33

W-2.34

W-4.30

W-7.24

W-7.28 W-7.27 W-7.26 W-7.24 W-8.28aW-8.28 W-8.28W-8.27 W-8.27 W-8.26 W-8.26 W-8.25 W-8.25 W-8.24 W-8.28 W-8.27 W-8.26 W-8.25 W-8.24

W-6.29

W-6.31 W-6.30 W-6.29 W-7.31 W-7.31 W-7.30 W-7.30 W-7.29a W-7.29a W-6-8.29 W-7.28a W-7.30 W-7.29a W-6-8.29

W-7.31

W-3.35 W-4.35

W-3.24 W-4.24

W-2.25

W-2.25 W-2.24 W-3.26 W-3.25 W-3.25 W-3.24 W-3.25 W-3.24

D-5.24 W-5.23

W-4.23 W-4.23 W-5.23 W-5.23 W-5.22 W-5.22

W-3.24 W-4.24 W-4.23

W-4.23

W-2.23 W-3.23

W-3.23

11

W-4.20 W-5.20

W-5.20

11

W-3.23 W-3.23 W-4.23

W-2.24 W-3.24 W-3.23

W-4.21 W-4.21

W-5.22

W-3.21

W-3.21 W-3.20 W-4.21 W-4.21 W-4.20 W-4.20

W-4.21

W-2.23

11

11

W-2.21

11

W-3.21

W-2.21 W-2.20 W-3.21 W-3.21 W-3.20 W-3.20

W-4.20 W-5.20 W-5.19

W-4.19a W-4.19a W-5.19

W-3.20 W-4.20 W-4.19a

W-C5.02 AOV 1.5m²

W-3.19a W-3.19a W-4.19a

W-3.19 W-4.19a W-4.19 W-4.19

W-2.19a W-3.19a

W-2.19 W-3.19a W-3.19 W-3.19

W-2.20 W-3.20 W-3.19a

W-4.19

W-4.19

W-5.19

W-2.19a

W-C4.02

AOV 1.5m² W-C4.02 W-C5.02 AOV 1.5m² W-C5.02 AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m² W-5.01b

W-3.19

W-4.01a

W-C3.02

AOV 1.5m² W-C3.02 W-4.19 W-C4.02 AOV 1.5m² W-C4.02 AOV 1.5m² W-4.01a W-C4.02 AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

W-2.19

Client Signage Client Signage Client Signage

W-C2.02

AOV 1.5m² W-C2.02 W-3.19 W-C3.02 AOV 1.5m² W-C3.02 AOV 1.5m² W-3.01b W-C3.02 AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

Client Signage Client Signage

W-3.01b

W2.01a

W-C6.18 W-C6.18

W-2.35

W-1.35 W-2.35

W-1.33

W-1.34

W-1.33 W-1.34 W-2.35 W-2.34 W-2.34 W-2.33 W-2.33 W-2.34

W-1.35

W-1.35

W-2.33

W-1.32

W-1.32

W-1.33 W-1.34 W-1.33 W-1.32 W-1.33 W-1.32

W-1.35 W-1.34 W-1.34

CW.024

XD-G.16

CW.024 CW.023

XD-G.16

W-2.31

9

W-1.32 W-1.31

CW.023 9

9

CW.023 CW.023 CW.024 CW.024 CW.023 CW.024

-01 Ground Floor -02 -- Lower Plant Room Level -- Lower Ground Floor -03 - Plant Room Sub Level 25300 -02 Plant00 Room Level 00-01 - Ground Floor -25150 Ground Floor 9 00 - Ground25300 Floor -03 - Plant Room Sub Level 24800 XD-G.16XD-G.16 25150 28300 28300 XD-G.16 24800

28300

W-7.30

W-7.31 W-7.30 W-7.29a W-7-9.32 W-8.31 W-8.31 W-8.30 W-8.30 W-8.29a W-8.31 W-8.30 W-8.29a

W-1.31

9

12

W-1.30

W-1.29a

W-1.29

W-1.28a W-1.31 W-1.30 W-1.29a W-1.29 W-2.28a W-2.31 W-2.31 W-2.30 W-2.30 W-2.29a W-2.29a W-2.29 W-2.29 W-2.28a W-2.30 W-2.29a W-2.29

12

34300

CW.001bCW.001b CW.001b

12

W-10.29a

W-10.29a

W-11.29 10 W-11.29 10 W-11.28a

10

W-1.14

CCTV

CW.003 CW.003 CW.003

W-17.19

W-17.19a W-17.19 W-17.19

W-15.19a W-16.19a

W-19.01b W-20.01a

W-19.01b

CW.036a

W-11.29

W-12.28a

W-9.30

W-8.31

W-8.31 W-8.30 W-9.31 W-9.31 W-9.30 W-9.30

W-9.31

W-5.33 W-5.32 W-6.33 W-5-7.34 W-6.33 W-6.32 W-6.33 W-6.32

W-1.35

CCTV

CCTV

W-10.30 W-11.30

10

W-9.31

W-7-9.32

W-6.33

W-5-7.34

W-5-7.34

W-6.35 W-5-7.34 W-5-7.34

W-2.14

CW.001b

9

9

AOV 1.5m²

W-16.19a W-16.19a W-17.19a

W-15.20 W-15.20 W-16.20 W-16.19a

W-16.20

W-C16-21.02 AOV 1.5m² W-C16-21.02 AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m² W-19.01b

W-18.01a W-19.01b

W-18.19 W-19.19

AH-2

10 17W-11.29

W-9.28a W-9.31 W-9.30 W-9.29 W-10.32 W-10.31 W-10.31 W-10.30 W-10.30 W-10.29a W-10.29a W-10.29 W-10.29 W-10.28a W-10.31 W-10.30 W-10.29a W-10.29 W-10.28a

W-7-9.32

W-7.33

W-2.35

02 - Second Floor 02 - Second Floor 03 - Third Floor 03 -37200 Third Floor 37200 03 - Third Floor 40100 40100 40100 01 - First Floor 01 - First Floor34300 02 - Second02 Floor - Second Floor 02 - Second34300 Floor 37200 37200

W-1.08 W-1.09

W-10.31

15

37200

12

CCTV

W-19.19a

W-S17.03 W-S18.03

W-15.22

14

10 XD-13.01XD-13.01 W-13.23 XD-13.01

W-4-7.25

00A - Upper Ground Floor

9

W-8.33 W-9.33

W-7.33 W-8.33 W-8.34 W-8.33 W-7-9.32 W-8.33 W-7-9.32

W-8.35 W-8.34 W-8.34

W-3.35

W-1.14 W-1.14 W-2.14

W-6.35

03 - Third Floor 03 - Third Floor 04 - Fourth Floor 04 -40100 Fourth Floor 40100 04 - Fourth Floor 43000 43000 43000

W-3.14

W-1.13 W-1.13 W-2.13

W-7.35 W-8.35

W-4.35

W-2.14 W-2.14 W-3.14

1710

4

04 - Fourth Floor 04 - Fourth Floor 05 - Fifth Floor 05 -43000 Fifth Floor 43000 05 - Fifth Floor 45900 45900 45900

W-3.14 W-3.14 W-4.14

15

W-9.33

W-9.33 W-10.32 W-10.33 W-10.33 W-10.32

W-8.34

W-8.33 W-8.34 W-9.35 W-9.34 W-9.34 W-9.33 W-9.33 W-9.34

W-5.35

W-5.14

W-2.13 W-2.13 W-3.13

W-1.12 W-1.12 W-2.12

W-4.14

W-11.30

17

4

W-7.35

05 - Fifth Floor 05 - Fifth Floor45900 06 - Sixth Floor 06 - Sixth Floor 45900 06 - Sixth Floor 48800 48800 48800

W-4.14 W-4.14 W-5.14

W-3.13 W-3.13 W-4.13

W-8.35 W-9.35

W-6.35

W-5.14 W-5.14 W-6.13a

W-8.35

06 - Sixth Floor 06 - Sixth Floor 48800 07 -Seventh SeventhFloor 07Floor -Seventh SeventhFloor Floor 07 -Seventh Seventh48800 Floor Floor 51700 51700 51700

W-5.13

W-5.13

W-3.12 W-3.12 W-4.12

W-2.11 W-2.11 W-3.11

W-1.10 W-1.10 W-2.10

CW.007 CW.006 CW.005 18 18 CW.006 CW.005 18 CCTV

12

A A

W-7.14

18

W-1.08

12

9

W-3.10 W-3-5.09

W-2.08 W-2.08 W-3.08

CW.011aCW.011a CW.010 CW.010 CW.009 CW.009CW.008 CW.008 CW.007 CW.007 CW.006 CW.006CW.005 CW.005 CW.011a CW.010 CW.009 CW.008 CW.007 CW.006 CW.005

-01 Ground Floor -02 -- Lower Plant Room Level -- Lower Ground Floor 00-01 - Ground Floor -25300 Ground Floor -03 -Level Plant Room Sub Level -02 Plant00 Room 25150 00 - Ground25300 Floor -03 - Plant Room Sub Level 28300 24800 25150 28300 28300 24800

W-4.08 W-3-5.09

W-1.08

W-1.06 W-1.06 W-2.06

W-2.05 W-2.06

W-3.08 W-4.08

18

CW.011a CW.010 CW.009 CW.008 CW.010 CW.009 CW.008 9

W-3.06

W-1.05

W-1.05 W-2.05

W-4.07

W-2.06 W-2.06 W-3.06

W-3.06

W-2.04 W-2.05

W-4.06 W-4.07

W-2.05

W-1.04 W-1.04 W-2.04

W-3.06 W-4.06

W-3-5.05 W-4.06

W-2.05

W-3.04

W-3.08

W-3.06

W-4.04 W-3-5.05 W-3-5.05

W-2.04 W-2.04 W-3.04

W-1.03

W-1.02 W-1.02 W-1.02 W-1.03 W-1.03 9 CW.035a 9 CW.035a W-1.03 W-1.04 CW.035a CW.011a

W-6.13a W-7.14

W-4.13

10W-4.13

W-5.12

15

W-7.35

11

W-3.03

W-4.02

W-2.02 W-3.02

40100

Client Signage Client Signage

11

W-3.02

W-4.01

W-5.13 W-6.13a

W-5.13

W-4.11 W-4.11 W-5.11

10

10

W-6.12

W-9.35

07 -Seventh SeventhFloor Floor 07 -Seventh SeventhFloor Floor 08 - Eighth Floor 08 -51700 Eighth Floor 51700 08 - Eighth Floor 54600 54600 54600

W-6.13a

W-7.12

W-5.13

11

W-3.01a W-3.01a W-4.01

W-17.19a W-18.19a

W-18.19a

W-19.01b W-20.01a

57500

W-8.13a

W-6.12 W-6.12 W-7.12

W-5.11 W-5.11 W-6.11

W-7.14 W-8.13a

W-6-9.13

W-6-9.13

W-6-9.13 W-6.11 W-6.11 W-7.11

11 W-5-8.10

W-10.32

W-10.32 W-10.31 W-10.30 W-10.33 W-11.32 W-11.32 W-11.31 W-11.31 W-11.30 W-11.33 W-11.33 W-11.32 W-11.31 W-11.30

W-9.34

W-9.34 W-10.33

08 - Eighth Floor 08 - Eighth Floor 09 - Ninth Floor 09 -54600 Ninth Floor 54600 09 - Ninth Floor 57500 57500

W-7.14

W-8.12

W-11.30

17

17

W-9-12.27

W-8.35

W-7.12 W-7.12 W-8.12

11

11 W-4.01 W-4.01 W-5.01a

W-5.04 W-5.04 W-6.04

W-5-8.10

10 11

W-8.11 W-8.12

W-5-8.10

W-6.09 W-6.09

10

W-7.11 W-8.11

11

W-11.31

60400

W-9.14

XD-13.01

W-12.26 W-12.26

11

W-11.33

09 - Ninth Floor 09 - Ninth Floor 10 - Tenth Floor 10 -57500 Tenth Floor 57500 10 - Tenth Floor 60400 60400

W-8.13a

W-9.12

W-11.31

W-12.28

W-12.28 AH-1

63300

W-9.35

W-8.09 W-8.09

15

W-10.33

10 - Tenth Floor 10 - Tenth Floor 11 - Eleventh11Floor -60400 Eleventh Floor 11 - Eleventh60400 Floor 63300 63300

W-9-12.09

W-9.08

W-6-9.13

W-7.06 W-7.06 W-8.06

W-8.05 W-8.06

W-C15.01

W-C16.03a W-C16.03 W-C16.03 W-16.20b

W-C14.01 W-C15.01

W-C14.01

W-12.28a

AH-2

AH-2 W-11.32

15

W-11.32

W-11.33

W-7-10.04

W-8.03

W-6.02

W-7.01a

W-5.01a W-6.01

-01 Ground Floor -01 Ground Floor -02 -- Lower Plant Room Level -02 -- Lower Plant Room Level -01 Ground Floor -02 -- Lower Plant25300 Room Level -03 - Plant Room -03 - Plant Sub Level Room Sub Level 25300 -03 - Plant25150 Room Sub25150 Level 25300 25150 24800 24800 24800

W-12.57a

W-9.35

W-8.06 W-8.06 W-9.06

W-9.05 W-9.06

W-C16.03

14

AH-2

W-12.28a AH-1

AH-1

W-11.33

11

05 - Fifth Floor 05 - Fifth Floor45900 06 - Sixth Floor 06 - Sixth Floor 06 - Sixth Floor 45900 48800 48800 Client Signage 48800 Client Signage

Client Signage Client Signage Client Signage 00 - Ground Floor 00- -Upper Ground Floor 00A 00A Ground - Upper FloorGround Floor 28300 00A - Upper28300 Ground Floor 31300 31300 31300

W-11.11 W-12.57a

W-7-10.04

11

W-7.02

W-6.01

00A - Upper Ground Floor - Upper Floor 01 Ground -31300 First Floor 0100A - First Floor 01 - First Floor 31300 34300 34300 34300

W-12.57 W-12.57a

W-10.08

51700

01 - First Floor

W-11.10 W-12.57

W-12.57

W-10-13.06

W-9.05

W-8.03

W-8.01

W-18.19 W-19.19a W-19.19 W-19.19

9CW.037b 9CW.037b 9CW.037b

W-19.19 AOV 1.5m² W-20.19 AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m² W-20.01a AOV 1.5m²

AH-2

17

17

12 - Twelfth Floor 12 - Twelfth Floor 13 - Thirteenth 13 Floor -66200 Thirteenth Floor 66200 13 - Thirteenth Floor 69100 69100 69100

W-11.11

W-6-9.13

W-7.01a W-8.01

W-18.19a W-19.19a

W-19.19a

14

14

17

17

AH-1

72000

W-11.10

W-12.08

W-9-12.09

W-9.03

W-7.01a

01 - First Floor34300 - Second Floor 02 - Second02 Floor 02 - Second34300 Floor 37200 37200

W-12.57a

W-11.08

W-7-10.04

60400

W-19.19 W-20.19a W-20.19 W-20.19

W-13-16.19

W-9-12.09

W-10.05 W-11.04

W-9.03 W-10.03

14

W-C16.03a

W-C15.01

13 - Thirteenth Floor 13 - Thirteenth69100 Floor 14 - Fourteenth 14 -Floor Fourteenth Floor 69100 14 - Fourteenth Floor 72000 72000

W-12.57a

W-12.57

W-13.07

W-11.05

W-11.05 W-12.04 W-12.05 W-12.05

W-10.03

W-10.01

11

08 - Eighth Floor 08 - Eighth Floor 09 - Ninth Floor 09 -54600 Ninth Floor 09 - Ninth Floor 54600 57500 57500 57500

W-12.08

W-12.07 W-13.07

W-9-12.09

W-9.01a

09 - Ninth Floor 09 - Ninth Floor 10 - Tenth Floor 10 -57500 Tenth Floor 10 - Tenth Floor 57500 60400 60400

W-12.05 W-12.05

W-13.04

W-10-13.06

2

63300

W-10.01

W-12.04 W-12.04 W-13.04

W-10-13.06 W-11.01a

W-20.01a

AOV 1.5m² W-21.01d W-21.01d

9 CW.043c 9 CW.043c W-21.01d CW.043c

W-S18.03

W-16.20b W-C16.03a W-C16.03 W-16.20b W-S17.03 W-S17.03 Part of CW.038c Part of CW.038c W-C16.03 AOV W-S17.03 1.5m² Part of CW.038cAOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

W-C14.01

W-13.07

W-14.04

W-C16.03a

14 - Fourteenth Floor 14 - Fourteenth Floor 72000 15 - Fifthteenth 15 -Floor Fifthteenth Floor 72000 15 - Fifthteenth Floor 74900 74900 74900 AH-1

69100

W-20.01a

AOV 1.5m²

W-19.19a W-20.19a

77800

W-15.07

W-13-16.05

W-13.04

W-14.02

W-C16.03a

16 - Sixteenth Floor 16 - Sixteenth77800 Floor 17 - Seventeenth 17 - Seventeenth Floor Floor 77800Floor 17 - Seventeenth 80700 80700 80700

W-15.07

W-13-16.05

W-14.02

W-15.01a

9CW.037b 9CW.037b

W-21.01d

W-20.19

9

W-20.19a

W-S19.03

Part of CW.038c

83600

W-15.06

W-16.04

W-13-16.03

W-14.01a W-15.01a

CW.043c W-21.01d

W-20.19

W-20.19a W-20.19a

W-S19.03

AOV 1.5m² W-S17.03 Part of CW.038c AOV 1.5m² W-S18.03 Part of CW.039c Part of CW.039c AOV W-S18.03 1.5m² Part of CW.039cAOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

17 - Seventeenth Floor 17 - Seventeenth Floor 80700 18 - Eighteenth 18 -Floor Eighteenth Floor 80700 18 - Eighteenth Floor 83600 83600

W-16.07

W-16.06

W-15.04

W-15.02

W-16.01

W-14.01a

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W-S20.03

86500

W-15.02

74900

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Part of CW.040c AOV 1.5m² W-S19.03 Part of CW.040c W-S20.03 Part ofAOV CW.041c 1.5m²Part of CW.041c AOV W-S20.03 1.5m² Part of CW.041cAOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

AOV 1.5m² W-S18.03 Part of CW.039c W-S19.03 Part ofAOV CW.040c 1.5m²Part of CW.040c AOV W-S19.03 1.5m² Part of CW.040cAOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

18 - Eighteenth Floor 18 - Eighteenth Floor 19 - Ninteenth 19Floor -83600 Ninteenth Floor 83600 19 - Ninteenth Floor 86500 86500

W-C17.03 W-C17.03

W-C18.03

W-16.01 W-16.01 W-17.01a

9

CW.043c

9

W-S20.03 W-S21.03 AOV 1.5m²

Part of CW.039c

80700

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W-S21.03 AOV 1.5m²

W-S21.03 AOV 1.5m²

AOV 1.5m² W-S20.03 Part of CW.041c W-S21.03 Part ofAOV CW.042c 1.5m²Part of CW.042c AOV 1.5m² W-S21.03 AOV 1.5m² Part of CW.042cAOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m² AOV 1.5m²

92300

W-C18.03

W-18.03

W-16-19.02

W-17.01a

37200

Part of CW.042c AOV 1.5m²

Part of CW.041c

89400

10 - Tenth Floor 10 - Tenth Floor 11 - Eleventh11Floor -60400 Eleventh Floor 11 - Eleventh Floor 60400 63300 63300

Part of CW.042c AOV 1.5m²

21 - Twenty First Floor 21 - Twenty First Floor 22 - Roof Deck 22 -92300 Roof Deck 92300 22 - Roof Deck 95200 95200 95200

W-C20.03

W-20.03

W-20.01

W-1.31

W-1.30

W-1.28a

W-1.28

W-1.31 W-1.30

W-1.28aW-1.28 W-1.28

W-1.28

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The design also incorporates an up-lit vertical LED system that is placed systematically alongside the buildings’ facades which enhances its scale during night-time and makes it stand as a landmark for the city.

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YARE INNOVATION CENTER “global warming, rising water levels, urban farming”

YARE INNOVATION CENTER YARE INNOVATION CENTER YARE INNOVATION CENTER Interior renderings: YARE CENTER “global warming,INNOVATION rising water levels, urban farming” “global warming, rising water levels, urban farming” “global warming, rising water levels, urban farming”

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Global warming, melting ice caps and the riserenderings: of sea levels are the main factors that “global warming, rising water levels, urban farming” “global warming, rising water levels, urban farming” Interior represent an immediate threat for people’s safety, Interior renderings: alongside with the permanence of the buildings they inhabit. Interior renderings: Located in Great Yarmouth (UK), this project seeks to respond to the environmental conditions of the area, which within the next 50 years will get exposed to a high probability of gettting flooded.

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Envisaged as the floating city of the future, this intervention stands as a model for future generations which will strengthen people’s belief that living on water is possible. The urban intervention consists of a mix-use that challenges new ways of inhabiting places, travelling and urban farming. The gravitational pull of this project is Yare Innovation Exhibitionnotion of the Center, which challenges the traditional bridge, by introducing new concepts of circulation and inhabiting places. The center is house to an Exhibition Exhibition Center,Leisure Center and an Auditorium. Exhibition Longitudinal section: Aerial perpective: Exhibition

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Experiments:

Robotic welding tests

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experience for me , as building with recycled materials I managed to approach "a design on the go" attitude, c onstantly experimenting and implementing ideas at a 1:1 scale.This project also offered me a different perspective towards the process of design and construction as we had to use all the materials that we previously salvaged without producing any waste.

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The idea of materializing the peripersonal space of the user not only allows him to inhabit his immediate surroundings but also enhances his physical comfort. In this case, the Adaptable Shell acts as an extension of the human body that allows the user to adapt himself to any situation in an urban environment.

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Human interaction Team members:Alexandru members:Alexandru Mihai Mihai Ticalo Ticalo // Stathis Stathis Damtsas Damtsas // Despina Despina Team

Grid approach

Peripersonal space

Mapping of the human body in Rhino:

Barcelona Barcelona Barcelona

Human interaction

Material tests

Pattichi // Chris Chris Ho Ho Ting Ting Cheung. Cheung. Pattichi

Material tests tests Material Human interaction

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The purpose of the 25 x 35 x 55 studio at the Institute for Advanced of the human body of the in human Rhino: body in Rhino: Architecture of Catalonia (IaaC) is to put up to the test Mapping and explore theMapping invisible boundries that exist between the user and our environment.

Height variation

The shell seeks to create a symbyosis between the human body3x3 andgrid the surroundings by integrating the gridion plans of Barcelona within the design. Single unit The idea of materializing the peripersonal space of the user not only allows him to inhabit his immediate surroundings but also enhances Single unit unit Single his physical comfort. In this case, the Adaptable Shell acts as an extension of the human body that allows the user to adapt himself to any situation in an urban environment.

Frames

6x6 grid Height variation

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Team members:Alexandru Mihai Ticalo / Stathis Damtsas / Despina Pattichi / Chris Ho Ting Cheung.

Human interaction

12x12 grid tests Material

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Cardiff SHELL

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Grid systemspace Peripersonal

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BITS TOATOMS ATOMS BITS TO BITS TO ATOMS

“digitalatelier, atelier, design studio, gallery,digital factory” “digital design studio, gallery,digital factory” “digital atelier, design studio, gallery,digital factory”

https://vimeo.com/124978121 This projects comes as a response to the new Industrial This projects as a response to the new Industrial Revolution and comes Digital revolution by accomodating different Bits to Atoms is a Digital project thatfactory. comesbyasaccomodating a response todifferent the Digital functions required for a digital Revolution and revolution

Bridge access

Amphitheatre lake

Revolution we are witnessing functions required for a digitalnowadays. factory. The architectural It echoes the phylosophies behind the Maker Culture intervention echoes the phylosophy behind theand Maker Culture emphasise learning-through-doing (constructivism) in a social and puts an the emphasis on learning-through-doing ( Constructivism) It echoes phylosophies behind the Maker Culture and environment. Maker culture emphasises informal, networked, in a social environment. Maker culture emphasises informal, emphasise learning-through-doing (constructivism) in a social networked, peer-led shared learninginformal, motivated by teamworking ment. environment. Maker and culture emphasises networked, and self-fulfilment. The digital medium promises a direct path from bits to atoms by removing the need for interpretation and by translating the

ment. directly into machineacode to be manufactured. Theinformation digital medium promises direct path from bits to atoms by In reality, this need process is far from direct thetranslating The digital medium promises a requiring direct from bits to atomsDaytime rendering: removing the for interpretation andpath by the by removing the need for interpretation and by translating the information directly into machine code to be manufactured. information directly into machine code to be manufactured. In reality, this process is far from direct requiring the Daytime rendering: Concept / Active Origami

Nightime rendering:

Nightime rendering:

LIGHT RESPONSIVE PROTOTYPE Prototyping platform.

Night illumination

Atrium Light responsive prototype

Aperture

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INTERACTIVE BALUSTRADE INTERACTIVE BALUSTRADE INTERACTIVE BALUSTRADE “responsive design, attractors, magnetic field”

“responsive design, attractors, magnetic field” “responsive design, attractors, magnetic field”

The Interactive Balustrade project seeks to explore the capabilities of Balustrade MAXSCRIPTproject engineseeks within Autodesk The Interactive tothe explore the The Interactive Balustrade project seeks to explore the 3ds Max software. capabilities of MAXSCRIPT engine within the Autodesk capabilities of MAXSCRIPT engine within the Autodesk TheMax concept behind the project was the development of 3ds software. 3ds Max software. an concept interactive balustrade that would respond to human The behind the project was the development of The concept the project was the development of movement as onebehind wouldthat ascend therespond staircase. an interactive balustrade would to human an interactive balustrade that would respond to human movement as one would ascend staircase. Team members:Alexandru Mihaithe Ticalo, movement as one would ascend the staircase. Chrismembers:Alexandru Cheung, Piotr Paszkiewicz. Team Mihai Ticalo, Team members:Alexandru Mihai Ticalo, Chris Cheung, Piotr Paszkiewicz. Diagrams: Chris Cheung, Piotr Paszkiewicz. Diagrams: Diagrams:

Physical Reality Physical Reality Physical Reality Research has also been carried in terms has of mechanics and a mechanical Research also been carried Research has also carried was proposedand .been insystem terms of mechanics a mechanical in terms of mechanics and a mechanical system was proposed . system was proposed .

Magnetic models The interactive Magnetic modelsbalustrade Magnetic models willinteractive make use of magnetic The balustrade The interactive balustrade forces in use order modulate will make of to magnetic willwould makepass use of as one by.magnetic forces in order to modulate forces in order to modulate as one would pass by. as one would pass by. For this experiment magnets repulsion was considered due For this experiment magnets For this experiment magnets to the repulsion that takes repulsion was considered due repulsion was considered due when twothat magnets toplace the repulsion takes of the repulsion takes sameto poles are magnets facingthat each place when two of place when two magnets of other. same poles are facing each same poles are facing each other. other.

Joint for the slim metal sheets Bendable elements are welded to the base which is screwed Joint for stairs the slim metalpurpose sheets of maintenance and possible to the (for Joint for thethe slimwelded metal to sheets Bendable elements are the base which is screwed part replacement) Bendable elements areof welded to the base is screwed to the stairs (for the purpose maintenance andwhich possible to the stairs (for the purpose of maintenance and possible part replacement) part replacement)

Interaction between the magnets Interaction between Interaction between the magnets the magnets Node joint

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Renderings: Renderings: Renderings:

Incorporated joining system Steel bendable sheets could be attached to the system Incorporated system whichIncorporated wouldjoining be hidden in system the steps. This provides an elegant joining Steel sheets could be attached to the system andbendable sleek design. Steel bendable could This be attached to the system which would be hiddensheets in the steps. provides an elegant which would be hidden in the steps. This provides an elegant and sleek design. and sleek design.

Magnets Magnets are attached to the rotating Magnets bandsMagnets in order to follow the peoples Magnets are attached to the rotating movement. Magnets arefollow attached to the rotating bands in order to the peoples bands movement. in order to follow the peoples movement. Motor (from Makita drilling ma chine) Motor (from drilling ma PowerMotor 300W, Makita max. of the mag ma (fromspeed Makita drilling chine) net ~3m/sec) chine)max. speed of the mag Power 300W, Power 300W, max. speed of the mag net ~3m/sec) net ~3m/sec)


Unit model:

HOUSING WITH CARE “housing, disabled people, community” HOUSING WITH CARE

Site entrance:

Interior moment:

“housing, disabled people, community”

HOUSING WITH CARE involves the design of a housing scheme including a specialist housing provision for people who need varying levels of support services, but wish to live safely and independently within the community. A-A Section Housing with care is an umbrella term used to describe a number of housing models that provide various levels of service and support to inhabitants including: practical help and support HOUSING WITH CARE inside and outside the home,personal care, nursing care, disabled people, community” emergency help, “housing, and end-of-life care.

Window sill detail:

Cluster of units: Longitudinal section

HOUSING WITH CARE

Longitudinal section Cluster of units Masterplan Unit model:

“housing, disabled people, community” Compressed foam sealing tape

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Ground Floor plan

Window sill detail:

Masterplan

Interior wooden sill Compressed foam sealing tape 3

Vapour barrier (2 mm)

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Groove in window sill stops water creeping along under face 2 Cedar boarding (12 mm)

5

2

Treated batens (16 mm) (max 600mm centres) Kingspan Thermawall T W55 1 external insulation(75 mm)

Internal plaster (15 mm)

Brethable membrane (2 mm) Gypframe studs (60 mm)

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Isover mineral wool quilt(170 mm)

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Groove in window sill stops waterGroove creeping along under face in window sill2 stops water creeping face Cedar boarding (12along mm) under 2 Cedar boarding (12 2mm) Treated batens (16 mm) 2 (16 mm) (maxTreated 600mmbatens centres) (max 600mm centres) Kingspan Thermawall T W55 1 Kingspan Thermawall external insulation(75 mm)T W551 external insulation(75 mm) 3 Brethable membrane (2 mm) 3 Brethable membrane4 (2 mm) Gypframe studs (60 mm) 4 Gypframe studs (60 mm) 4 Isover mineral wool quilt(170 mm) 4 Isover mineral wool quilt(170 mm) Isover mineral wool quilt between 4 Isover studs(70 mineral wool between the metal mm) quilt 4 the metal studs(70 mm)

3 Vapour barrier (2 mm) Vapour barrier (2 mm)

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5 Internal plaster (15 mm) Internal plaster (15 mm)

Site development[1880-1920]: Interior wooden sill 3

Vapour barrier (2 mm)

4

Isover mineral wool quilt between 4 the metal studs(70 mm)

Interior wooden sill Interior wooden sill

Groove in window sill stops water creeping along under face 2 Cedar boarding (12 mm)

5

2

Treated batens (16 mm) (max 600mm centres) Kingspan Thermawall T W55 1 external insulation(75 mm)

Internal plaster (15 mm)

Foundation detail:

Brethable membrane (2 mm) Gypframe studs (60 mm)

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Kingspan Thermawall T W55 1 external insulation(75 mm)

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Gypframe studs (60 mm) 4 Gypframe studs (60 mm) 4 Isover mineral wool quilt(170 mm) 4 Isover mineral wool quilt(170 mm) External Ground. Isover mineral wool quilt between the 4 2 Isover mineral wool quilt between the metal studs(70 mm) Cedar boarding (12 mm) 4 metal studs(70 mm) 2 Treated batens (16 mm) (max 600mm centres) Kingspan Thermawall T W55 1 external insulation(75 mm) 2 200-250 mm above ground level to 2 200-250 mm above ground level to prevent the cladding from wetting 3 Brethable (2from mm) wetting prevent membrane the cladding Gypframe studs (60 mm)

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Isover mineral wool quilt(170 mm)

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Kingspan Thermawall T W55 Kingspan Thermawall external insulation(75 mm)T W55 1 external insulation(75 mm) 2 200-250 mm above ground3 level to Brethable (2from mm) wetting prevent membrane the cladding 3 Brethable membrane (2 mm) 1

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Damp proof membrane (2mm)

Vapour barrier 150

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2 Isoverboarding mineral wool quilt between the Cedar (12 mm) 4 2 metal studs(70 mm)(12 mm) Cedar boarding 2 Treated batens (16 mm) 2 (16 mm) (maxTreated 600mmbatens centres) (max 600mm centres)

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Isover mineral wool quilt(170 mm)

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Vapour barrier Internal plaster (15 mm)

Concrete raft foundation

Brethable membrane (2 mm)

Gypframe studs (60 mm)

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External Ground. Isover mineral wool quilt between the 4 metal studs(70 mm)

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Internal plaster (15 mm) 5

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Damp proof membrane (2mm) 5

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200-250 mm above ground level to prevent the cladding from wetting

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HOUSING WITH CARE “housing, disabled people, community” HOUSING WITH CARE “housing, disabled people, community”

HOUSING WITH CARE involves the design of a housing scheme including a specialist housing provision for people who need Unit development varying levels of support services, but wish to live safely and independently within the community. Housing with care is an umbrella term used to describe a number of housing models that provide various levels of service and support to inhabitants including: practical help and support inside and outside the home,personal care, nursing care, emergency help, and end-of-life care.

Site development[1880-1920]:

Site entrance:

Interior moment:


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Assembly process:

Final design:

Assembly process:

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DIGITAL MAPPING DIGITAL “mapping, points MAPPING of importance, scale,permanency” DPM2-COPYLEFT DESK DPM2-COPYLEFT DESK DIGITAL MAPPING “mapping, points of importance, scale,permanency” DIGITAL MAPPING aims to clarify the physical and DPM2-COPYLEFT DESK psychological effects of the built environment on

Final design:

Assembly process:

Final design:

“mapping, points of importance, scale,permanency”

“digital fabrication, efficiency, maker culture ” “digital fabrication, efficiency, maker culture ”

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DIGITAL MAPPING aims to clarify the physical and psychological effects of the built environment on fabrication, efficiency, maker culture ” COPYLEFT DESK “digital PROJECT comes asby aas response urban space through through harvested data modern COPYLEFT DESK PROJECT comes a response urban space harvested data by modern to the rise of the maker culture and it seeks to explore to wanderers. the rise of the maker culture and it seeks to explore wanderers. the possibilities behind the process of digital fabrication.

the possibilities behind the process of digital fabrication. DIGITAL MAPPING aims toasclarify thetophysical and The output is is represented aprocesses diagrammatic Theresearch aim of the project to use digital The research output istois represented asaffordable aprocesses diagrammatic map that anticipates aeffects psychogeographical psychological ofproblems thedigital built environment The aimnovel of the project to use to on propose solutions the of map based on advanced algorithmic mapping map that anticipates a psychogeographical COPYLEFT DESK a response manufacturing.The final objective is to comes create an urban space through harvested data by modern propose novel solutions toPROJECT the problems ofasopenaffordable techniques. map based on advanced algorithmic mapping tocopyleft the riseconstruction of final the maker culture and it seeks to explore source kit without any copyright wanderers. manufacturing.The objective is to create an openrestrictions that would freely allow one to fabricate and fabrication. techniques. possibilities behind process of copyright digital sourcethe copyleft construction kitthe without any

Built integrally from 18mm Plywood the desk must be assembled without any from 18mm Plywood Built integrally additional connections(screws/nails). the desk must be assembled without any An innovative sliding system was also additional approached in order to increase the connections(screws/nails). innovative sliding system was also structural strength of theAn desk and to simplify the assembly process. approached order to from increase the Plywood Builtinintegrally 18mm

Through the use of algorithmic design software as build the desk.

The research output represented as aprocesses diagrammatic restrictions freely allow to fabricate and to Grasshopper andwould Mosquito the is data was interpreted Thethat aim of the project is toone use digital Through the of solutions algorithmic software as map thatuse anticipates psychogeographical andthe translated through digitalameans. build desk. propose novel to design the problems of affordable Grasshopper and Mosquito the data was interpreted map based on advanced algorithmic mapping manufacturing.The final objective is to create an openAssembly process of the physical model: and translated through digital means. techniques. source copyleft construction kit without any copyright restrictions that would freely allow one to fabricate and Assembly process of the physical model: Through the use of algorithmic design software as build the desk. Grasshopper and Mosquito the data was interpreted and translated through digital means.

Material efficiency:

Material efficiency:

Assembly process of the physical model:

Material efficiency:

structural ofbe theassembled desk and to the strength desk must without any simplify the assembly process. additional connections(screws/nails). An innovative sliding system was also approached in order to increase the structural strength of the desk and to simplify the assembly process.

Following the course of the river Wye both subjective and objective data was harvestesd, representing the scale of human intervention on the environment and the physical consequences.

Following the course of the river Wye both subjective and objective data was harvestesd, representing the scale of human intervention on the environment and the physical consequences. Following the course of the river Wye both subjective and objective data was harvestesd, representing the scale of human intervention on the environment and the physical consequences.

Details:

This diagrammatic map illustrates the pernanency of human intervention along the route and the capacity of nature to reclaim its territory.

Desks arrangement:

Details:

Details:

This diagrammatic map illustrates the pernanency of human intervention along the route and the capacity of nature to reclaim its territory. This diagrammatic map illustrates the pernanency of human intervention along the route and the capacity of nature to reclaim its territory.

Desks arrangement:

Desks arrangement:


DRAWINGS DRAWINGS DRAWINGS

“sketches, watercolour,ink,experiments” “sketches, watercolour,ink,experiments”

“sketches, watercolour,ink,experiments”

DRAWINGS “sketches, watercolour,ink,experiments” DRAWINGS “sketches, watercolour,ink,experiments”

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