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NETWORK INTEGRATION

CONCEPT

A Collaboration of different Generative systems should create movement and a continous experience. Introducing the site to the architecture using a skin structure system optimised by climate conditions focusing on the sun and people, as well as providing variable scales for different programmes

LOCATION

The pavilion’s placement and form will be based on the ease of accessibility for the users (in this case students from the adjacent faculty, housing, research facilities, and public transport nodes), thereby locating it somewhere at an intersection of the park and its surroundings. The precise site will be further determined by the aforementioned climatic conditions affecting the interactive skin.

SUB-SYSTEMS

.Interactive skin & structure (based on the sun) .Accessibility (based on density of people)

PROGRAM

.Cafe (indoors & outdoors)

.Study Area (indoors)

.Exhibition/Event space (indoors & outdoors)


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Members

Martin Fiala, Thomas Moeken, Ken Chen, Xi Guo


Final Booklet

Presentation 27th Sep.2013

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Progress, 24th Sep.2013

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Weekly progress, 19th Sep.2013

Instead of a simple drape system, we decided to use a new concept to generate a form



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Second Presentation, 13th Sep.2013

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First Presentation, 11th Sep.2013

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Comments


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Smostafavi

1528 days ago
Score 1+-
General Comments: The group had a clear goal and a well-defined and achievable (knock on wood…!) scope from design computation point of view based on your slides 2, 3 and 4. However, there needs be more subjective goals and architectural ambition. Since you have defined your scope well, you need to now think about how you will manifest your topology/morphology by using generative systems.
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Smostafavi

1528 days ago
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Site Analysis: Try to have more analytical approach to your site study diagrams. The diagrams should be clear in terms of what your interpretations are.
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Smostafavi

1528 days ago
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Global geometry/macro scale: There is no clear idea as to how you would approach the form finding process for the global geometry of your pavilion. Based on your approach and your focus on the envelope, you need to define the physicality of your skin system. If you are serious about using agent based system to simulate the flow of pedestrians on site in order to evaluate where to place the pavilion, and also explore operable façade system, strategize now! Apart from determining where to place your pavilion, you should also think about what evaluation criteria would be informing the global geometry of the pavilion design.
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Smostafavi

1528 days ago
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Meso&micro Scale (Skin): You have good references. You should start to think about what your skin system would be and define the topology. Is your skin structural as well? Where and how does the structural aspect of your pavilion fit in/in which scale?
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