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Rooftop Forest | Atelier Yukio Minobe 美濃部幸郎アトリエ Rooftop Forest | Atelier Yukio Minobe 美濃部幸郎アトリエ Presentation Transcript

  • Rooftop Forest | Atelier Yukio Minobe Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • SSE WInd map around the site in Tokyo Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • Growth process of the topography according to the stack effect and Bernoulli’s principle Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • hot Air Summer Day Winter Day Rainy Day natural Air cool Air In summer day, the thermal chimney warmed by In winter day, the greenhouses heat the intrior air and In rainiy day, a chimney lile a court collects rainwater the adjacent greenhouse draws out interior warm accumulate heat in the walls and floors facing them. as a funnel. Rainwater is stored in the foundation made air towards the top and continuously absorbs cool Furthermore, the greenhouses and solar panels heat the by hollow steel tubes and is used for cooling the roof in air from outside.The air cooled by moss in the north summer, warming the floor in winter, and so on. circulating rainwater in the floor and warms the room side of a roof also is absorbed by the cool tube with a radiation. and furthermore cooled by the rainwater stored in the hollow foundation and send to interior. That rainwater under the floor also cools the room with a radiation through the plumbing of each floor and the roof with the showering. Electricity of those pumps is supplied by photovoltaic panels. Summer Night Winter Night Sunny Day In summer night, the same system as day continues oper- In winter night, the heat built in the walls and floors In sunny day, photovoltaic panels generate electricity ating and night cool air is absorbed. The part warmed facing the greenhouses by day is reliesed into the interior and solar panels heat stored rainwater and greenhouses during noon miss heat forth and cools off. space, and blocks night cold air by this heat itself. At the generate hot air and grow plants. same time, the hot water made by the greenhouses and solar panels warms the room with a radiation. Environmental Diagrams of the eco-topography Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • Growth Diagram of the eco-topography Skin as an eco-topography generating energies: The envelope is made of 6 kinds of GREEN pixels; from the thickest color, a photovoltaic panel, moss, a solar heat panel, moss, heat reflective Pairglass, and double strata glass within natural plant insulation material. Each is arranged at each position and needed area which is optimized with the computer simulation so that each function gets the maximum efficiency. As a result, the envelope becomes the skin as an artificial photovoltaic panel moss solar heat panel moss heat reflective double strata glass Pairglass + landscape generating resources. natural plant insulation material Green pixels generating energies Growth process of Green according to the movement of the sun Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • skin generating resources structural timber panel consisting of waste woods glued together recycled steel hollow foundation served as a rainwater tank Structural Diagram of the eco-topography Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • Structure of the eco-topography Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • c b 1. Thermal Chimney(interior) 2. Thermal Chimney(exterior) 3. Cool Chimney 4. ExistingLift Shaft 5. Existing Rooftop 4 6. Greenhouse 3 2 5 1 a a' 1 1 1 N c' b' SSE ground floor plan S.1:100 0 5 10m Ground floor plan Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • c b 3 2 1 a a' 1 6 6 1 6 6 6 c' b' 1st floor plan S.1:100 0 5 10m First floor plan Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • roof plan S.1:100 0 5 10m Roof plan Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • ventilation window ventilation window cool air intake moss wind trap 6 6 3 1 1 1 foundation as rain water tank cool air duct a-a' section S.1:100 c-c' section S.1:100 1. Thermal Chimney(interior) 2. Thermal Chimney(exterior) 3. Cool Chimney 4. Existing Rooftop 0 5 10m 5. Greenhouse Sections Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • south elevation S.1:100 west elevation S.1:100 South and East elevations Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest
  • Yukio Minobe | Atelier Yukio Minobe Rooftop Forest