ARCH 302 : PREJURY 2

In this prejury; I tried to design a new city bazaar according to critics which I taken.  In this city bazaar model ,  I tried to create two large masses which are frame around and there are some formations which are different size and shift over each other. I put large masses on the outer site and inner site has a structure which resolved in itself.

It is my poster for prejury 2.

 

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PREJURY POSTER

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This is the poster of prejury. Firstly, I highlight vehicular and pedestrian roads. Our site has a big human flow and has very historical landmarks.These landmarks and Kemeraltı were designed according to perspective axis which is going through sea. But know we cannot see because of the multistorey building and irregular urbanization.

When I analyzed the site , I focus on building types and their function.They have physical disintegration in itself. Area has many different points of entry. But I want to limited entries more controlled entry and my building shaped and orient with reference to the structure around.

ARCH 372 LEXICON FOR DELF LIBRARY, MECANOO

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Delft library, Mecanoo

Atmosphere: the splendid environment; a gateway to the digital highway but must also refer to important traditions

Brutalist style: a dynamic geometric style that is massive, monolithic and blocky in appearance and typically contains copious amounts of poured concrete.

Cone: the peak point of building, extending the grass from the ground to the very edge of the roof. The cone is more than an architectural statement – it’s topped by a massive skylight that not only provides lighting to the interior but it also helps highlight the cone from the interior.  The building consists of five levels, four of which are contained in the conical volume.

Dissimilarity: Delft University of Technology Library as a contrast (yet complement) to the Aula or General Assembly Hall, built in 1966 by architects Van Den Broek & Bakema, softening this imposing Brutalist structure that sits across the way.

Ecotechnology: using less natural resources and energy use for production by technology

Forest of columns: Behind the sweeping bank of windows are workstations separated from the archives by a bank of vision glass. This keeps the library accessible while containing its functions. The sparse interior is highlighted by a large bank of shelves to the side which are accessible by catwalks. Heat and light is distributed by the forest of columns

Glimpse: The entrance affords a glimpse of the sunken book stacks for rare and irreplaceable books. Inside the towering suspended bookcase for the less fragile books astonishes the visitor.

Helical: the spiral circulation core, at the center, major human flow, as a spatial organization tool

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Juncture (synonym of landmark) ya da milestone kullanabiliriz

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Landscape: includes the physical elements of geophysically defined landforms. The library become the nature itself instead of shaping it.

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Noiseproof: protect from harmful effects of noise. The mass of the planted roof of library provides noiseproof.

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Pushpin: The large lawn roof is tilted up at one corner like a sheet of paper held by a single point. The library makes a symbolic gesture through its green roof, which rises like a sheet of paper into the air, while the cone secures it into place, like a pushpin. The architects explain that the cone is a symbol of technology. The playful approach feels a bit like a Claes Oldenburg sculpture transformed into architecture – a familiar shape produced on a grand scale.s

 

Rug: the coverture of green over the building

Signature blue: The book stacks stand in front of this blue wall and create contrast with the mixed color book covers. A suspended gallery of books against cobalt blue walls runs right through all four levels. the deep blue background gives the wall-to-wall racks the feel of a theatre set.

Trésor: The 15,000 m ² library contains extensive underground book archives, reading rooms, the university publisher, offices, Trésor for historical books and exhibitions, study spaces, and a book binder and book shop.

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S ye alternative symbiosis : The design must also consider its relationship with the centrally placed auditorium, the brutalist building by Van den Broek and Bakema, great names in the history of the university and Dutch architecture. Through contrast, a symbiosis has been established – the towering concrete of the auditorium and the landscape in which the library is sited form a new unity.

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Decoration

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Design (general design idea)

Human experience

Spatial quality

 

 

 

 

With a grass-covered roof, high-performance glazed facades and subterranean storage for heating and cooling, the building reaches high standards of sustainability.

TU Delft for short, covers four focus areas: energy, mobility & infrastructures, health and environment.

The columns in the central hall are not only structural but also provide lighting and heating.

The sloping metal ceiling continues without interruption across all spaces above a floor the colour of Saharan sand.

 

 

 

http://www.greenroofs.com/blog/2012/01/11/gpw-delft-university-of-technology-library/

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SCALE ASSIGNMENT

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This is my final poster about scale assignment.

Shelter is my starting point. When we look at the 1 shelter we see generally they are temporary not stabil. They have direct connection with street and their location is changeable.

When we have 5 shelter , we see public interaction is increasing. Again they are temporary not located.

When we have 25 shelter , we realize more public interaction then other numbered shelter. When we 25  shelter we need an organization , order and more infrastructure. Unlike others, they have specific area and they become localized/stabil. In there we have most public interaction and scale of contact increasing.

In 25 shelter we see there is a circulation in itself. They have individual and common areas and different organizations. They give more options to customers.

In 5 shelter , tehy have limited circulation. But 25 shelter ‘s circulation provides more city/shelter interaction and bazaar is spreading the city and they need new space area vertically and horizontally. A market bazaar consist of horizontal and vertical unit.

When we multiply and resize and put them together we have semi open open and close space. We create units within itself. They become together and create a little community and it can create different organizations in itself and possible movement directions.

 

Try to Understand THE SCALE

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In this assignment , we explore the relations of body with display and its reflections to various scales and what happen when we multiply or re-size the initiator.

This poster is the first thing I have done for scale assignment. I tried to show what we need when we have 1 shelter , 5 shelter or 25 shelter and tried to show their necessity. It is not my final poster. I will develop and upload soon.