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    • portfolio Architect ir. D.D. Lembekker //July 2011 //1
    • Picture front: still from movie “ underLINE “directed by Grady Gerbracht and Claudia Vieir,Brooklyn Arts Council International Film Festival,NY 2008 //2
    • content of the portfolio Curriculum Vitae //5research + public building + urbanism re-Generation Lungs for Amstel III / Amsterdam, NL //8public building + interior + urbanism VMX Architects //10research + public building + interior European Forum/ Brussels, BE //14 research + public building na-ma architecture //16 research Researchlab NWA / Amsterdam & Utrecht, NL //18 research + public building + interior Graduation Project TU Delft/ New York, USA //20 Me, myself and I..... //30 //3
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    • Architect Ir. Dion Danyanto Lembekker Address J.P. Sweelinckstraat 41 1443 MB Purmerend curriculum vitae Date of Birth 10th of February 1983 Nationality Dutch Official title Msc Architect Ir SBA regnr. 1.090715.003 Email aca09architecture@gmail.comArchitecture relavant experience Education 5/2011 – 5/2011 Guest architect @ Archikidz 2011 9/2006 - 2/2007 Exchange study architecture @ UPV, Valéncià, Spain -De gestapelde stad, Amsterdam 8/2006 - 9/2006 Intensive language course Spanish @ UPV, Gandià, Spain4/2011 - 7/2011 Architect @ ACA09 with Futurecyclez 9/2005 - 6/2009 Master Architecture @ TU Delft, Delft -EUROPAN 11, Amsterdam 2/2004 - 6/2004 Exchange study @ Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, 1/2011 - 4/2011 Assistent architect @ VMX Architects Schotland -Competition Spiretec IT complex, India 9/2001 - 6/2005 Bachelor Building Technology @ HvA, Amsterdam -Extension primary school, Haarlem 9/1995 - 9/2001 Secundairy eduction Mavo/Havo, Purmerend -Renovation Station Oldenzaal, Oldenzaal 6/2010 - 6/2010 Guest architect @ Dag van de Architectuur Utrecht RWZI - Transformation of the RWZI-terrein Utrecht Awards3/2010 - 11/2010 Architect @ na-ma architecture, Amsterdam - Research ´temporary architecture´ 2007 First Prize International Biënale Rotterdam: - Design Olympic Stadium Amsterdam Indesem: The Legacy 2007/ TU Delft, The Netherlands - Competion ´Temporary Rome´10/2009 - 2/2010 Architect Nederland wordt anders @ Atelier Rijksbouwmeester + VROM Publicity Exhibition Nieuwe ruimte voor de stad – leegstand heeft de - Transformation of the Jaarbeursterrein Utrecht toekomst Arcam, mei - juni 2011 6/2009 - now Architect / owner @ ACA09, Amsterdam / Purmerend Publication 2067 : The Legacy looking back to the future of - Competition Brussels Courthouse imagine the future!, Brussel architecture in Rotterdam Archis 2011, ISBN 978 90 77966 518 - Presentation A house in Luanda 2010, Angola -Competition Groenbeton 2009, Amsterdam Magazine Nederland wordt anders magazine #1, februari 2010 - Competition Arquitectum 2009, Parijs Publication Groen Beton 2009, november 20096/2007 - 9/2007 Internship @ Venhoeven CS, Amsterdam Website Arquitectumwebsite, http://www.arquitectum.com, - National sportbad Ypenburg / Ypenburg, Nederland, september 2009 - Sportcentre Katwijk/ Katwijk, Nederland Lecture Architectencafe Utrecht, 22 februari 20109/2003 - 1/2004 Internship @ HM Architekten, Amsterdam Lecture Dag van de Architectuur in Utrecht, 2 juni 2010 - Renovation studenthousing Prinsengracht, Amsterdam, Nederland Skills CAD: AutoCAD, Arkey, Rhinoceros, Sketchup, VectorWorksNon-architectural relavant experience Graphical: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, V-ray and Artlantis1/2010 - now Host at Holland Casino, Amsterdam Productivity: Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc. - Being the host for guest of the casino Media: Macromedia Dreamweaver, Apple Mac OS X,6/2005 - 6/2006 Salesman Fashion, Peek&Cloppenburg, Amsterdam Windows - Salesman and tailor at the boutique department6/2002 - now Steward, Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam Languages Nederlands fluent, Engels fluent, Spanish beginner/average - As a steward I am responsible for the hospitality for the guest during events Interests Traveling, architecture, photography, fashion, art and 7/2004 - 3/2005 Waiter, Restaurant Maison Petit Provence, Purmerend music - Working as a waiter at a french orientated restaurant //5
    • architectural activityduring a decade Villa #2 UPV Cueta, Spa Graduation Communit HvA UPV Amsterdam, NL Valéncià, S Exchange study Kindergarten Exchange s RGU TU UPV Aberdeen, Scotland Delft, NL Valéncià, S Intern Intern Education Museum IJ HM Architekten HM Architekten TU TU Amsterdam, NL Amsterdam, NL Delft, NL Amsterdam Education Education Education Education Graduation Education HvA HvA HvA HvA HvA TU Amsterdam, NL Amsterdam, NL Amsterdam, NL Amsterdam, NL Amsterdam, NL Delft, NL2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 //6
    • A Brussels court ACA09 Brussels, BE Cruquisweg na ma architecture Amsterdam, NL Temporary Rome Europan 11 na ma architecture ACA09 & Futurecycles Rome, Italy Amsterdam, NL Graduation Jaarbeursterrein Research temporarity Opening exhibtion temporarity TU Atelier Rijksbouwmeester na ma architecture na ma architectureain New York, USA Utrecht, NL Amsterdam, NL Arcam Amsterdam, NLty House Intern Groenbeton Guest architect Guest architect Venhoeven CS ACA09 Dag van de architectuur Archikidz 2011Spain Amsterdam, NL Amsterdam, NL Utrecht, NL Amsterdam, NLstudy INDESEM 07 Arquitectum Design Olympic Stadium Renovation train station Delft, NL ACA09 na ma architecture VMX ArchitectsSpain Paris, France Amsterdam, NL Oldenzaal, NLJburg Graduation Foundation ACA09 A house in Luanda Extension primary school TU ACA09 ACA09 VMX Architectsm, NL Den Haag, NL Amsterdam, NL Luanda, Angola Haarlem, NL Exchange study Graduation Graduation Jaarbeursterrein Competition Spiretec UPV TU TU Atelier Rijksbouwmeester VMX Architects Valéncià, Spain New York, USA New York, USA Utrecht, NL Noida, India 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 //7
    • re-Generation Lungs for Amstel IIIAmsterdam, NL 2011+ competition EUROPAN 11 The assigment for the competition is to solve the problem of the exhisting situation in the area. The area is known as a monofunctional area with hardly connections with the city just by car. Furthermore the scale of the buildings not based on the human and creates thats why a distance between the city of Amsterdam and itself. SIZE: 24,000 m2 PROGRAM: OFFICE SPACE / RETAIL / CULTURAL PARK / APPARTMENTS / STUDIOS / PARKING DIONS ROLE IN PROJECT: PROJECT ARCHITECT //8
    • re-Generation Lungs for Amstel III + + = StationCONCEPT Bijlmer ArenaThe re-Generation Lungs are two entities anchoredin the location. The Lungs frame the areaof intervention as a canvas oftransformation. (1) Station Bullewijk + ++ + + + ++ + + = == = = A2The Urban Lung (2) inspired by the Green Lungbecomes an elevated platform filled with urban lifeintroducing a new identity to the area. A9 Station HollendrechtThe Green Lung (3) is located along the railway, it Vacant buildings 1 Greenhas a strong topographic character that generates Waterthe Urban Lung located on the opposite end of the Non-vacant buildings Clusters Vacant buildings Vacant buildings Vacant buildings Vacant buildingssite. New Public Space Green Water Green Green Water Green Water Water Pedestrian & bikecyle path Non-vacant buildings buildings Non-vacant buildings Non-vacant Non-vacant buildings Clusters Clusters Clusters Clusters Car Traffic New Public SpacePublic Space New New Public Space New Public SpaceThe public space (4) is a linking system regener- Building-bridge Building-platform Pedestrian & bikecyle path bikecyle path Pedestrian & & & bikecyle path Pedestrian bikecyle path Pedestrian Car Traffic Car Traffic CarCar Traffic Traffic Building-bridge Building-bridge Building-bridge Building-bridgeated by the Lungs, reaching the Vacant buildings Building-platformBuilding-platform Building-platform Building-platformunifying and clarifying the site as a new cohesive Public Space Paths Systemwhole. The public space will link the vacant build-ings creating.Clusters that have a semi-public 4character, redefining uses and qualities for theseplots. Traffic Circula�on Public Space Green System URBAN LING GREEN LUNG Urban Lung & Vacant Buildings Non-Vacant Buildings Green Lung 2 3 //9
    • VMX ArchitectsAmsterdam, NL 2011+ project Renovation Trainstation Oldenzaal For this project we had to redesign an historical trainstation. The problem of this building was the quality of the building and the unorganized and unclear plan. And next the building would become the centre of the area again. SIZE: 489 m2 PROGRAM: STATION FACILITIES/ RESTAURANT / RETAIL DIONS ROLE IN PROJECT: ASSISTENT ARCHITECT+ competition Noida Spiretec IT Complex India Create an plan for the Spirtect IT complex in Noida. A complex which would offers IT companies, facilities and housing for employees who would stay for there for several months. SIZE: 62,750 m2 PROGRAM: BUSINESS CENTRE / BANKING / OFFICE SPACE / RETAIL / HOTEL / SERVICE APPARTMENTS / KNOWLEDGE CENTRE / AUDITORIUM / CONVENTION FACILITIES / WELLNESS CENTRE / FOODCOURTS / CLUB / GYM / SERVICES DIONS ROLE IN PROJECT: ASSISTENT ARCHITECT+ project Extension Koningin Emma-school Haarlem We had to make a design of an extension which have 5 extra classrooms and 1 big community room SIZE: 636 m2 PROGRAM: EUROPEAN FORUM / EXHIBITION SPACE / MUSEUM DIONS ROLE IN PROJECT: ASSISTENT ARCHITECT //10
    • re-Generation Lungs for Amstel IIICONCEPTFor the design we changed the interior from andifficult unrecognizable plan into an open and clearplan. The middle area becomes an area wherepeople can relax, wait for the train, have dinner orenjoying the view of the passing train with its pas-sengers. (1)The building increased in size by adding newfunctions to the design. (2) Outside the buildingwe introduced new functions as well like a bicycle 1storage, entrances towards the platform and bus abusstop.To make one big cohesion we introduced anelement which bring all the program into onedesign. This big element is a structure made ofaluminium tubes which are folded into one roofand frames the view of the station. (3) During theday the frame shows the functions and during thenight the frame lights up because of the use of LEDtechnology. 2 3 LED technology //11
    • Spiretec NoidaCONCEPTThe goal of this entry is to create a ‘heart’ for theSpiretec IT Complex and to create public spaces forthis community so it becomes a real part of society.Two blocks facing east/west connect the proposedcomplex. One contains the hotel, the other theapartment building. Together they define the cen-tral space and protect it from the sun.As the users spend many hours a day indoors it isour intention to offer them a completely differentexperience. Services such as small shops and cafeswill be spread out over the ground floor like con-fetti. The hotel, convention centre and apartmentsare also connected to the heart with their lobbies.The whole ground floor is covered by a continu-ous partly open/closed roof, which will unify thecomplex like a large tapestry. This roof shades theoutdoor car park, the network of streets and thegardens and squares. Parts of the roof can open inthe evening for natural ventilation; it will be moreclosed over the bank and library. It’s flexibility willallow for changes over time. //12
    • Koningin Emma School HaarlemCONCEPTThe idea was to create an extension which wouldcontain classrooms and a big hall. The design ofthe building was based on one homogenic volumewhere the holes were cut out. These holes wouldmask the structure and pro gram inside of thebuilding.For the facade we decided to use the material ofceramic rooftiles which will be placed vertical onthe facade. //13
    • European ForumBrussels, BE 2010+ competition Brussels Courthouse: Imagine the future! Propose an idea for the coming future of Brussels Courthouse. The situation of today creates a building which is too unefficient based on functionality, sustainibility and economical reasons. Can we maintain the program of courthouse in the same building and can we create a courthouse for the future with it? Or do we have to move the courthouse to somewhere else and do we create of it a new meaningfull building for the city of Brussels? SIZE: 25,000 m2 PROGRAM: EUROPEAN FORUM / EXHIBITION SPACE / MUSEUM DIONS ROLE IN PROJECT: PROJECT ARCHITECT //14
    • QUOTES > Social cultural: European Forum Europe’s importance exists of a well awareness of its citizens in relation Europe could be a collection of authentic unique identities. Can the to other parts of the world. The premises of constructing a European Building represent this through a physical unity of these different identity. What is Europe? What is the strength of Europe? national cultural and social identities? The relation should exist of the blz 3 European Forum for blz 4 building with citizens from Brussels and Europe on European identity. in search for a society a society in need for an icon QUOTES Constructing European identity > Economic: The building will facilitate and stimulate the meaning and development of Europe…. its economic history, potential and its brand- The building has the potential to represent ing.Showing trade in the building.. Like an European Trade Centre (ETC) an important development of daily society. A Building, which makes people conscious of > Politics: TOURISTS Colosseum themes in society working on a much bigger Rome BRUSSEL’s the scale of Europe. scale, namely, COURTHOUSE Use the vote and the EUropean opinion to strength the EUropean IDentity>> Europe’s importance exists of a well EU EU EU EU EU becomes awareness of its citizens in relation to Reichstag Berlin other parts of the world. The premises of constructing a European identity. EU PUBLICNESS POLITICIANS European Forum (concept) Constructing European identity What is Europe? What is the strength of Europe? BUSINESSMEN > Social cultural: Europe could be a collection of authentic unique identities. Can the Building represent this through a SOCIETY NEEDS ICON physical unity of these different national cultural To represent unification and social identities? The relation should exist of the building with Vatican citizens from Brussels and Europe on European Business Characteristics district identity. CATHOLICS blz 7 blz 8 > Politics A big society of different cultures Use the vote and the EUropean opinion to strength SPACE PROGRAM RELATION in search for identity the EUropean IDentity > Economic the building facilitates the connection The building will facilitate and stimulate the highlyCONNECTION A PUBLIC in need for an icon between the higher and lower part of Brussels. meaning and development of Europe…. its economic history, potential and its branding. toEUROPEANS enforce their coorparative knowledge Showing trade in the building.. Like an European At the top of the hill, the whole facade The existing building contains unused No icon to EU EU entrances. EU exchange stimulate secondary of the building opens up towards the Trade Centre (ETC) EU EU specified Poelaerst square. And at the bottom to create awareness The main entrance doen’t show a public etrances will lead directly towards the blz 8 facility. hart of the building. the center of the building is ananchorpoint for the public >>EU PUBLICNESS EUROPEAN FORUM the building facilitates the connection between the higher and lower part of Brussels. Biennale exhibition Office spaces At the top of the hill, the whole facade of the building opens up towards the Poelaerst square. And at the bottomc etrances will lead directly towards the hart of the building. the center of the building is ananchorpoint for the public existing concept concept The building will become a public View public courtyard: media arcade View public courtyard: public park European forum Public Courtyard connection with its surrounding //15
    • na ma architectureAmsterdam, NL 2010+ research Temporary Architecture Amsterdam In coorporation with Tom Bergevoet Architecture we studied the possibilities of temporary architecture in Amsterdam. Temporary architecture based on to fill in places, locations and spaces with temporary program. The results we had will be published by book and was presented in Arcam by an exhibition and with a serie of lectures. SIZE: - PROGRAM: PUBLIC SPACE / SEMI PRIVATE SPACE DIONS ROLE IN PROJECT: ASSISTENT ARCHITECT //16
    • Research Temporary ArchitectureIDEAS- temporary Olympic Village (1)- temporary catwalk (2)- temporary climbing wall (3)- temporary extension for OlympicStadium Amsterdam (4)- competition Temporary Rome (5)- temporary mosque (6) 1 2 3 5 6 4 //17
    • Researchlab NWAAmsterdam, NL 2009+ research Jaarbeursterrein Utrecht At 2019 the north part of the Jaarbeursterrein will be given back to the manucipality of Utrecht. How can this part become a urban part of the city and How can the Jaarbeurs be integrated into the city? SIZE: 35,000 m2 PROGRAM: EXPO SPACE / DIFFERENT TYPES OF PUBLIC OUTDOORSPACE / HOTEL / CASINO / HOUSING DIONS ROLE IN PROJECT: PROJECT ARCHITECT //18
    • PARK U ANALYSE KARAKTER SCENARIO’S TACTIEK Jaarbeursterrein UtrechtCONCEPTOur goal was to research the possibilities to develop lab 1 NE 2this area. CAMWe started with a bottom-up approach to gain data OUF L EREN PARKERENby making analyses of the area. With this data we MACROdeveloped four models for the area which might U 1. INTEGRATIE PRO FILE RENpossible to use it. (1) AUTARKIEAfter analysing these possiblities of using these four U INTRO STATION EILANDmodels we eventually developed two types of INTEGRATIE STRATEGIE CO NC ENTR SPR EREN EID ENscenario which eventually extended into sixscenarios. (2) U 2. DICHTHEID SCH EID MIXE EN N GRENS SUPERBLOK INTEGRATIEThese six scenarios will be projected on the site. UThis results finally in knowledge and informationcreates a direction how to develop this area. FAIRTRADE FUN CTIE BEURS OP ZIC HZEL F PARK U 3. PUBLIEKE RUIMTE FUN CTIE- GER ELAT EER D ANALYSE KARAKTER SCENARIO’S TACTIEK THEMA’SEXAMPLES OF SCENARIOS: lab NE PROCES Autarkie scenario Megablock scenario SUPERBLOK ( kerk + Aa Bb school + retail + hotel + Jaarbeurs + casino + bios megabioscoop ) + ( grondgebonden + appartement + brugwoning + dakwoning ) + STAD IN DE STAD = SUPERBLOK SUPERBLOK //19
    • Graduation Project TU DelftNew York, USA 2007+ project Border Conditions Excite Ferry Terminal This project for Studio Border Conditions is focused on the area of New York. The research started with a fascination you want to research about. Mine was the underground scene in New York. But instead of taking the contex of the underground scene in the art scene or music scene I took this literally by going underground, to the New York Subway stations. In these areas happens streetperformances done by artists who are expressing their art to the public. Art expressions like dance, music or just entertainment performances. These performances are based on temporary period, unexpected and suprise and done on locations which are not really made to perform. But just because of these elements of suprise of these performances they are creating a transformation of space they are happening. My research is focussing on the architectural and sociological elements of these performances mainly what this transformation is and the effect is on the area, on the people. For this project this research will be done by making mappings to be finally the base and inspiration for the development of a building. SIZE: 9,150 m2 PROGRAM: TERMINAL SPACE / EXHIBITION SPACE / OFFICE SPACE / SERVICES / PARKING/ DOCKS DIONS ROLE IN PROJECT: GRADUATING MASTER STUDENT //20
    • Excite Ferry Terminal NYRESEARCHAfter analyzing different performances I decided tostudy one performance in detail. So I decided tostudy theperformance of a guitar player with a violin player.I have been looking at the trajectories of theaudience during the performance and how theywent and added the factor ‘time’. By inserting thisfactor the route/trajectory of the audience becamea path based on time where increasing anddecreasing of speed was present. This increasingand decreasing of speed do I notate as ‘rhythm’. // Guitar and violin performance situated on a platform at the Time Square Subway station //Platform at Times Square Subway Station // Trajectories and positions on platform // Domains of circulation versus // 3d mass model of the of people during performance domains of improvisation trajectories of people //21
    • The rhythm of this performance I got by making an ‘mapping’ (analyze) of the audiences’ behavior during thisperformance.I notated their location, their trajectories and dierences between where they started and where they end, allduring a certain period of 46 frames of 0.5 seconds. With this information I made a diagram of this informationwhich ended up in a ‘structure’ of rhythms during time. This structure naly showed the basic structure for thedesign. This structure is notated asrhythm in time (transitions, increasing of speed, decreasing of speed) The structure which I finally got is astructure of peoples behavior disturbed by the performance and a structure of peoples behavior without anydisturbing by the performance.After doing this I finally got a structure which shows the transformation of the space by the performance.Which I used for the design of the building. For developing the reasearch procudure towards had I chosen touse the structure for a function which expressed the riged structure of traveling and a function which containsthe elements being the opposit of it.I ended up in the function of a ferryterminal which contains spaces for art.EXHIBTION VERSUS TERMINAL /// ExCiTé NY // diagram / Peoples behavior disturbed by performance versus behavior which is not disturbed by performance //22
    • The next step to continue with the diagrams I deformed the structure of the normal sequential development of a transition DIAGRAM OF RHYTHMS of the performance by the improvisation. The deformation is done on a grid system of the frames versus distance towards the performance. This grid represents this sequential development of the performance. With this deformation or deconstruction of the sequential development I gained three parameters. These parameters are three rhythms which are coming out of the interaction (the transformation of the space during the performance). Parameter of CONNECTIVITY, parameter of TRANSITION and the parameter of THE IMPACT OF THE TRANSITION. entrance For the final step I took these three rhythms and merged them into one diagram which shows an abstract interpretation of the entrance transformation by the performance. I called this interpretation the diagram of rhythms of the performance. terminal / parking terminal / parking terminal / parking entrance entrance entrance entrance RHYTHM # 1_ connectivity flows of indiv (expo) RHYTHM # 2_ transit / place isolated spaces = transit stimulated spaces RHYTHM # 3_ individual/collective (functions) (gaps/closed) awareness spaces = connection with outside flows of collective (terminal)parameter #1: parameter #2: Parameter #3:Rhythm of connectivity Rhythm of the character of the transi- Rhythm of the impact on the transition tion //23
    • The location for the building will be situated at the river- side of Long Island, Hunterspoint. The area of Hunterspoint is nowadays a deserted and desolated area where almost no development is. The area used to be a high industrial area where small but high industrial factories where operating. During time the area became more abandoned and need now aeconomical injection of new investments to grow and develop.The mapping for the project is based on transitional flowsgained from the research about the transitional versus impro-vised. To cope with this I will make a ferry terminal. The build-ing will contain these transitional flows and is able to connectwith the areas condition.The areas condition contains five interesting places to connectwith the terminal and Manhattan. One place is the trainstation(1) which is ending in this area. The other is the leisure areaof sport facilities with park (2). The third interesting place isupcoming economic centre (3). The fourth place is the LongIsland highway (4) which is going here under the river. And thelast place is huge deserted space of nothing but sand, grassand mud (5).These five places will be connected by the terminal withManhattan to have a good intensive connection. A connec-tion which can attract investments, visitors and tourists to thisarea. //24
    • DIAGRAM OF RHYTHMS of the performance 1. diagram of 2. diagram of knots rhythm of the entrance performance entrance knot #7 knot #1 terminal / parking knot #8 knot #4 terminal / parking terminal / parking knot #3 knot #5 entrance knot #2 entrance knot #6 entrance knot #9 entrance RHYTHM # 1_ connectivity flows of indiv (expo) RHYTHM # 2_ transit / place isolated spaces = transit stimulated spaces RHYTHM # 3_ individual/collective (functions) (gaps/closed) awareness spaces = connection with outside flows of collective (terminal) 3. diagram of knots 4. physical model aplied to site entrance entrance from diagram parking space entrance entrance to tube ferryplatform expo entrance lobby entrance bus taxi platform entrance expo entrance expo entrance restaurant entrance The development from the structure towards the nal design of the terminal was based on certain steps. I made a diagram of the dierent rhythms of the structure 5. section model of 6. deconstructed and made him 3d. I implemented functions and tried to create a landscape / tubes model tube model cityscape which provide the possibilities to use the terminal as it should be, (rigid / fast / no identity) by giving opportunities to improvise with art exhibi- tions (improvisition / delayed / identity based) on the terminal’ structure. The building is made of concrete which made the smoothness for the terminal disturbed by the exhibitionspaces. 7. folded strip 8. revised folded model strips model 9. revised folded 10. finish revised strips model folded strips model //25
    • rooflight void panorama deckpanoramadeckrooflight rooflight sec a_5 void void void sec a_4 sec a_3 exhibition space rooflight rooflight // Drawing / horizontal section of first floor exhibition exhibition exhibition exhibition exhibition Passage space corridor space space space sec a_2 rooflight fragment void exhibition exhibition space space void rooflight sec a_1 toilets Plan first floor/ TOPVIEW scale 1 : 200 (PLAN) / model x_60 / 29 06 09 // Overview of the building art storages office facilities // Plan of the first floor office void Project Ex Ci Te Hunterspoint /// NY Border Conditions NY 2007-2009 / Dion Lembekker, TU Delft //26
    • Project Ex Ci Te Hunterspoint /// NY Research on siteBorder Conditions NY 2007-2009 / Dion Lembekker, TU Delft 25 05 09 // Drawing / short and long vertical section //27
    • View from above 2. 1 Construction of the slab Mulion - 400mm steel trusses / 200mm and 100mm Scale 1:5 support tubes. - 100mm beam, steel. provided with pins of 1. -640 mm reinforced concrete, waterproof thread bolt. -2 x 30 mm EPS insulation - prefab concrete block, provided with shear -50 mm finishing layer; shotcrete connectors. 2 Construction of glazed part - EPS insulation - 400mm steel trusses / 200mm and 100mm - 50 mm finishing layer; shotcrete. support beams. - intervening profile, steel, provided with spider system. to support mulions and fasten glazing - 8 - 16 - 21 mm glass Project Ex Ci Te Hunterspoint /// NY Detailed fragment 1 : 10 Border Conditions NY 2007-2009 / Dion Lembekker, TU Delft Final Presentation 29 06 09View from the front // Construction / detail of the window //28
    • // Render / impression of the exhibitionspaces - transit zone //29
    • me, myself and I...Purmerend, The Netherlands, 1983 //30
    • banksy corbijn sushi tokyosteven holl fashion valéncià indonesiaguitar ambition libeskind photography //31
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    • colofonPurmerend, July 2011ARCHITECTEN COLLECTIEF ACA09architect ir. Dion D. Lembekkert_ 06 141 84 935e_aca09architecture@gmail.com //33