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  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. ARCHITECT: RENZO PIANO  Renzo Piano was born on September 14, 1937 in Genoa (Italy), in the bosom of a wealthy family of construction companies.  AR. Piano completed hi degree at the Architectural Association School in London  In 1971 he along with Richard Rogers won a contest that changed their lives: the construction of the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.
  • 3. Characterized by : His architecture is defined as solid construction made by excellent materials . Take advantage of the topography to the relationship between the internal spaces and also to the outside. Renzo Piano designed a building capable of integrating with nature, in tribute to one of the most prolific and profound artists of modern times.
  • 4. IDEOLOGIES AND QUOTES "Architecture is an artistic craft, but at the same time it is also a scientific profession, it is precisely its distinctiveness" "When style gets to become a brand, a personal seal, this becomes a cage" "The architect is first and foremost a builder, but also should be a poet, and above all a humanist''
  • 5. Projects & WORKS
  • 6. CENTRE POMPIDOU (POMPIDOU CENTER) PARIS,FRANCE.
  • 7. Inside out • • The center Pompidou broke the mold with its 'inside out' construction: the steel skeleton from which the floors are suspended dominantly visible from the outside, together with the giant external escalators, with the color-coded service ducts exposed on both the • inside and out. Now that the fact of these appearances is no longer shocking, attention focus on ho w they are done. Twenty years, on the escalator remains a phenomenon, and the plaza continues to thrive, but the exhibition spaces themselves, and the rather dry, regular block shape of the overall building, are beginning to come across as almost a little dull.
  • 8. High tech. center •It was much criticized for requiring temporary closure for a major renovation after only twenty years' service, but this is at least mitigated by the volume of people it has been required to host: over 25,000 per day, compared with the 5,000 anticipated. •If its massive, brightly colored, maverick form looks less radical today, that's because of how much its revolutionary hi-tech construction has been copied and extended.
  • 9. PAUL KLEE CENTER
  • 10. concept T guiding idea was to he create something more than a museum. Renzo Piano was the lightness of the artist's sense of belonging and light. It was therefore decided to create a place, raise the land, making land available for a work of art itself. As if it were more of a survey done by a knowledgeable farmer, rather than the result of an architectural methodology. So he designed three hills. Three waves that rise and from the ground. With different dimensions, the three waves traverse the ground like a sculpture or the result of the same nature.
  • 11. L ongitudinal section T ransverse section
  • 12. Space Each has a different function undulations therein. The first and larger, a 400-seat auditorium, and art workshops for children. In the second wave, the middle, smaller than the first, is the permanent collection of Paul Klee, and temporary exhibition spaces dedicated to In the third one, the least of all, lies the research and management.
  • 13. Cultural center Tjibaou
  • 14. form Its architecture evokes the vernacular Kanak huts of New Caledonia and still has a very modern feel. It is a community center, and in turn educational museum.
  • 15. CHARACTERSTICS •The project design is intended to take advantage of natural winds coming from the Pacific Ocean. The exterior is made of wood, wind filter a second layer of glass shutters that open and close natural ventilation. •The complex is built entirely of iroko wood very resistant to moisture and insects. This wood was imported from Ghana. •Iroko structure provides a comb-shaped. Evocative of the cabins and craftsmanship Kanak, the slender ribs of the structure and the slats that are joined seamlessly integrated both in the lush landscape and the culture of its inhabitants. • The wood siding and stainless steel, is based on the form of regional huts Kanakas. These structures resemble traditional structural elements such as herringbone struts that prevent buckling of long beams.
  • 16. KANSAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT OSAKA
  • 17. Space • • The interior of the main block is divided into four levels to accommodate the circulation and functions such as check-in for domestic and international flights, immigrations control, customs, luggage transfers etc. The roof design was developed from the dynamics of air flow along the ceiling.the volume of the curved section of the main hall increases towards the runwayside,providing a sense of direction for the passengers as well as new exciting spatial experience.
  • 18. Terminal building • • • • Situated in this unusual geographical context, the 511 hectrare island airport(1.5* 4.37 kilometres) consist of immence and elaborate integrated circuit. Volumes of the design were simply determined by the dimensions and spaces required by plane manoeuvrins on the island. The main terminal building of kansai international airport is the aerodynamic profile of a landing jet. When the competition for kansai airport was held in 1988, the project site had still to be created in water.
  • 19. • • The terminal consists of a main block with a long wing-shaped linear extension (total span 0f 1.7 km)containing the circulation spine for the 41 boarding gates. To ensure that the control tower has complete all-round visibility, the tips of the “ wing” containing boarding gates dip slightly.
  • 20. Other Projects
  • 21. ARCHITECTURE IS NOT JUST CREATING BUILDINGS ,IT IS A TASK OF SERVING H ANIT UM Y. THANK