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graduation project for the TU Delft: a public building as a social connector to re-connect the people with the origin of their food

graduation project for the TU Delft: a public building as a social connector to re-connect the people with the origin of their food

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  • 1. the urbanfoodcyclereconnecting the cityuser to the place wegrow our foodafstudeerpresentatieGwendolyn Huismandatum: 1 juli 2011tijd: 17.45-19.00locatie: collegezaal Bfaculteit Bouwkunde TUDelft, Julianalaan 134
  • 2. the urban foodcycleeducational centre for urban farming in Rotterdamthe public realmgraduation studiotutors:N. MarzotS. KomossaJ. FokkingaJuly 1st, 2011
  • 3. the urban foodcycleeducational centre for urban farming in Rotterdam introduction > location assignment problem statementthe public realmgraduation studiotutors:N. MarzotS. KomossaJ. FokkingaJuly 1st, 2011
  • 4. the urban foodcycleeducational centre for urban farming in Rotterdam introduction > location assignment problem statement masterplan > conclusions research ‘intensity in density’ design for the Lijnbaan area guidelines for the architecturethe public realmgraduation studiotutors:N. MarzotS. KomossaJ. FokkingaJuly 1st, 2011
  • 5. the urban foodcycleeducational centre for urban farming in Rotterdam introduction > location assignment problem statement masterplan > conclusions research ‘intensity in density’ design for the Lijnbaan area guidelines for the architecture design > ideology concept urban foodcycle construction climate materializationthe public realmgraduation studiotutors:N. MarzotS. KomossaJ. FokkingaJuly 1st, 2011
  • 6. the urban foodcycleeducational centre for urban farming in Rotterdam introduction > location assignment problem statement masterplan > conclusions research ‘intensity in density’ design for the Lijnbaan area guidelines for the architecture design > ideology concept urban foodcycle construction climate materialization conclusion > food and the city flexibility scenariosthe public realmgraduation studiotutors:N. MarzotS. KomossaJ. FokkingaJuly 1st, 2011
  • 7. 01 introduction
  • 8. 01 introduction location
  • 9. 01 introduction location
  • 10. 01 introduction locationAert van Nesstraat - Meent
  • 11. 01 introduction locationLijnbaan
  • 12. 01 introduction locationLijnbaan hoven
  • 13. 01 introduction locationSchouwburgplein
  • 14. 01 introduction locationStadhuisplein
  • 15. 01 introduction locationCoolsingel
  • 16. 01 introduction assignmentdesign location
  • 17. 01 introduction assignmentdemolish existing buildings
  • 18. 01 introduction assignmentkeep the monument
  • 19. 01 introduction assignmentplot for the design
  • 20. 01 introduction problem statement the Lijnbaan doesn’t have the characteristics of the heart of a city: a certain density and presence of complexity.
  • 21. 01 introduction problem statement the Lijnbaan doesn’t have the characteristics of the heart of a city: a certain density and presence of complexity. post-war transformation and rules have reduced it’s complexity and connectivity of the centre. this low density reinforces the lack of urban vitaly in the public space.
  • 22. 01 introduction problem statement the Lijnbaan doesn’t have the characteristics of the heart of a city: a certain density and presence of complexity. post-war transformation and rules have reduced it’s complexity and connectivity of the centre. this low density reinforces the lack of urban vitaly in the public space. the Lijnbaan has the image of a sub-urban shopping area, rather than an attractive city centre.
  • 23. 02 masterplan
  • 24. 02 masterplan research topic mapping the city on the topics of: - socio-economics; - demography; - characteristics of the real city
  • 25. 02 masterplan research topic mapping the city on the topics of: - socio-economics; - demography; - characteristics of the real city aim is to understand the relation between the real use of the city and it’s architecture
  • 26. 02 masterplan research topic mapping the city on the topics of: - socio-economics; - demography; - characteristics of the real city aim is to understand the relation between the real use of the city and it’s architecture who are those people that share the public space in Rotterdam?
  • 27. 02 masterplan research topic mapping the city on the topics of: - socio-economics; - demography; - characteristics of the real city aim is to understand the relation between the real use of the city and it’s architecture who are those people that share the public space in Rotterdam? which intensities create a more vibrant city life?
  • 28. 02 masterplan research
  • 29. 02 masterplan research
  • 30. 02 masterplan research
  • 31. 02 masterplan research intensity of use -project location - a weekday high medium low 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 intensity of use - project location - weekend high medium low 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24public life’s heart beat
  • 32. 02 masterplan c it y 50 0 0 m + universities, regional exhibition centre, etc. research tres thea ajor s, m eum tow mus n y s, ke ilitie c fac ubli l ita sp or p ho ral maj ne ge re nt ce nt me tain er nt l/e 20 0 ra 0m ltu cu es ctar 5 he er 1 rk - ov e pa 200 m larg l ca gree e g g g lo cre sh n prim ch c o ary ps sch post office higher education CORE ub local p hu b p ing hop leisur al s e/art loc s cen tre re es ent iti lar cil ge fa yc r sh t op or nit ch t s- health cen sp tr ic ur sup mu a ch ers park 2 h sec d is com /m 50 tor 0m e ond ee entre tin ary g tre neig fa hbor cil sch hood ity ool m 00 10range of functions
  • 33. 02 masterplan research Rotterdam is a highly mixed city; on all topics. but it lacks urban vitality in the public space due to incoherence in different densities.
  • 34. 02 masterplan research Rotterdam is a highly mixed city; on all topics. but it lacks urban vitality in the public space due to incoherence in different densities. Public life is therefore scattered and it moves in the city during the day.
  • 35. 02 masterplan research the project location needs an injection of: - high quality open space; - more dwellings and community functions; - diverse mix of functions for a healthy city rhythm
  • 36. 02 masterplan design Lijnbaanstep 1: densifyinginjecting functions fromthe public, collective andprivate realm.
  • 37. 02 masterplan design Lijnbaanstep 2: reconnectinggreen roofnetwork asmodern interpretation oforiginal canopy.
  • 38. 02 masterplan design Lijnbaanstep 3: re-designingpark, urban sport parkwith water retention,collective square.
  • 39. 02 masterplan design Lijnbaanstep 4: expeditioncovering the expeditionstreets with collectivespaces.
  • 40. 02 masterplan design Lijnbaanstep 5: pedestrian islandsolving the traffic jams inthe Aert van Nesstraat.
  • 41. 02 masterplan design Lijnbaanresultdifferent landscapes;healthy city rhythm;interfaces in public,collective and privaterealm.
  • 42. 02 masterplan design Lijnbaanthe blockrelated volumes withperiscopes;stepping stones to bridgethe height difference;
  • 43. 02 masterplan design Lijnbaan1 for urban farming;
  • 44. 02 masterplan design Lijnbaan1 for urban farming;1 for creative education;
  • 45. 02 masterplan design Lijnbaan1 for urban farming;1 for creative education;1 for wellness and living
  • 46. 03 design
  • 47. 03 design ideology ‘Identity is the roots of our community; our ancestors were rooted. Contemporary networks have replaced the community; they are anchors that can move, in contrast with the roots... Transient human existence and the eternity of society is reversed; it causes constant anxiety. Current tendence is distanciation between individualization and locality.’ Zygmunt Bauman in documentary ‘Tegenlicht’, November 15 2010
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  • 54. 03 design ideology2011
  • 55. 03 design ideology
  • 56. 03 design concept the design works as a social connector between the modern unrooted individuals. it educates and promotes Urban Farming, and tells you all about the Urban Foodcycle
  • 57. 03 design ideology The task for a new cultural political intervention does not concern the vivacity, but the creation of interfaces between different landscapes. At these interfaces the new public domain can emerge. (Hajer en Reijndorp, Op zoek naar nieuw publiek domein, 2001:81)
  • 58. 03 design concept stop motion movie The Urban Foodcycle
  • 59. 03 design conceptstep 01:4 ingredients
  • 60. 03 design concept natural and artificial climate controlstep 01:4 ingredients
  • 61. 03 design concept natural and artificial structural frame climate controlstep 01:4 ingredients
  • 62. 03 design concept natural and artificial structural frame agricultural landscape climate controlstep 01:4 ingredients
  • 63. 03 design concept natural and artificial structural frame agricultural landscape support & research climate controlstep 01:4 ingredients
  • 64. 03 design conceptstep 02:making the sandwich
  • 65. 03 design concept support programstep 02:making the sandwich
  • 66. 03 design concept support programstep 02:making the sandwich
  • 67. 03 design concept support programstep 02:making the sandwich
  • 68. 03 design concept public gardens support programstep 02:making the sandwich
  • 69. 03 design concept public gardens support programstep 02:making the sandwich
  • 70. 03 design conceptstep 03:duplicating the sandwich
  • 71. 03 design conceptstep 03:duplicating the sandwich
  • 72. 03 design conceptstep 03:duplicating the sandwich
  • 73. 03 design conceptstep 03:duplicating the sandwich
  • 74. 03 design conceptstep 03:duplicating the sandwich
  • 75. 03 design conceptstep 04:scaling and fittingpublic space
  • 76. 03 design conceptstep 04:scaling and fittingpublic space
  • 77. 03 design conceptstep 04:scaling and fittingpublic space
  • 78. 03 design conceptstep 04:scaling and fittingpublic space
  • 79. 03 design conceptstep 04:scaling and fittingpublic space
  • 80. 03 design conceptstep 05:carving voids for lightand public vistas
  • 81. 03 design conceptstep 05:carving voids for lightand public vistas
  • 82. 03 design conceptstep 05:carving voids for lightand public vistas
  • 83. 03 design conceptstep 05:carving voids for lightand public vistas
  • 84. 03 design conceptstep 05:carving voids for lightand public vistas
  • 85. 03 design conceptstep 05:carving voids for lightand public vistas
  • 86. 03 design conceptstep 05:carving voids for lightand public vistas
  • 87. 03 design conceptstep 06:main routing
  • 88. 03 design conceptstep 06:main routing
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  • 90. 03 design conceptstep 06:main routing
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  • 92. 03 design conceptstep 06:main routing
  • 93. 03 design urban foodcycle foodcycle program installations 01 recycling education lecture room seminar rooms use south facade for solar energy pv cells study rooms solar collectors heat pump warmth GFT collection for Lijnbaan fruit and vegetables composting plant waste cardboard, paper, wood, ... drink water water filter system water for plants urine storage fertilizer for plants faeces bio gas installation biogas methane wkk green energy 02 composting education 4 types of composting workshop rooms compost tea vermicompost bokashi composting hugelkultur 03 soil treatment workshops indoor and outdoor farmland dark production vertical production tool shed seed wall air purifying plants clean air in public space 04 planting and sowing research recreation and therapy 4 cultivating rooms education reading room seminar room 05 growing recreation and therapy relaxing slope 06 taking care recreation and therapy education 07 harvesting recreation and therapy education collecting and separating 08 processing education and leisure professional processing cooking classes kitchen restaurant 09 eating grocery shopping leisure local farmer shops biological restaurant event space for market, festivals and debates education video stair
  • 94. 03 design urban foodcycle working 09.eating 08.processing 07.harvesting 06.nurturing 05.growing 04.planting 03.soil treatment and sowing 02.composting 01.recycling learning 09.eating and celebrating
  • 95. 03 design urban foodcycle foodcycle program 09 eating and celebrating grocery shopping leisure local farmer shops biological cafe event space for market, festivals and debates education exhibition space
  • 96. 03 design urban foodcycle
  • 97. 03 design urban foodcycle foodcycle program recycling 01 education lecture room seminar rooms recycling workshops GFT collection for Lijnbaan fruit and vegetables plant waste cardboard, paper, wood, ... water urine faeces
  • 98. 03 design urban foodcycle
  • 99. 03 design urban foodcycle foodcycle program composting 02 education compost tea vermicompost bokashi composting hugelkultur
  • 100. 03 design urban foodcycle
  • 101. 03 design urban foodcycle foodcycle program soil treatment 03 workshops indoor and outdoor farmland dark production vertical production tool shed seed wall planting and sowing 04 research recreation and therapy 4 cultivating rooms education reading room 05 growing recreation and therapy relaxing slope taking care 06 recreation and therapy education 07 harvesting recreation and therapy education collecting and separating
  • 102. 03 design urban foodcycle
  • 103. 03 design urban foodcycle
  • 104. 03 design urban foodcycle foodcycle program processing 08 education and leisure cooking classes video and lecture stair professional processing kitchen restaurant
  • 105. 03 design urban foodcycle
  • 106. 03 design urban foodcycle foodcycle program eating and 09 celebrating leisure education biological restaurant video stair exhibition space
  • 107. 03 design urban foodcycle
  • 108. 03 design urban foodcycle program the hub knowledge and exchange flex workspace offices conference rooms
  • 109. 03 design urban foodcycle
  • 110. 03 design urban foodcycle foodcycle program soil treatment 03 workshops indoor and outdoor farmland tool shed seed wall planting and sowing 04 recreation and therapy growing 05 recreation and therapy taking care 06 recreation and therapy 07 harvesting recreation and therapy collecting and separating foodcycle program
  • 111. 03 design urban foodcycle
  • 112. 03 design parcel 1 : urban foodcycle beans green beans peas runner beans
  • 113. 03 design parcel 2 : urban foodcycle brussels sprouts cabbage green broccoli kale kohlrabi radish red broccoli rutabaga turnip
  • 114. 03 design parcel 3 : urban foodcycle garlic leek lettuce onions pumpkin shallots spring onions sweetcorn zucchini
  • 115. 03 design parcel 4 : urban foodcycle beets carrots celery parsnips potatoes salsify tomatoes
  • 116. 03 design parcel 5 : urban foodcycle (permanent) artichokes asparagus herbs jerusalem arti- chokes rhubarb sea-kale
  • 117. 03 design conceptthe voids- stacking and adjusting- on-going and secundairy spaces- concave shapes
  • 118. 03 design conceptct-scanunderstanding the voidsand visual relationships.
  • 119. 03 design conceptct-scan
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  • 128. 03 design construction
  • 129. 03 design construction
  • 130. 03 design constructiontrusses
  • 131. 03 design constructiontrussesfacade beams
  • 132. 03 design constructiontrussesfacade beamscolumns
  • 133. 03 design constructiontrussesfacade beamscolumnsshuttering plate floor
  • 134. 03 design constructiontrussesfacade beamscolumnsshuttering plate floorshafts for stability
  • 135. 03 design constructiontrussesfacade beamscolumnsshuttering plate floorshafts for stabilityshuttering plate floor
  • 136. 03 design constructiontrussesfacade beamscolumnsshuttering plate floorshafts for stabilityshuttering plate floorcolumns
  • 137. 03 design construction
  • 138. 03 design construction castellated HE600B
  • 139. 03 design construction castellated HE600B steel, 200x120x10 mm
  • 140. 03 design construction castellated HE600B steel, 200x120x10 mm concrete, 600x600 mm
  • 141. 03 design construction
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  • 147. 03 design construction
  • 148. 03 design climate
  • 149. 03 design climate 80% 20%rainwater collection
  • 150. 03 design climateheat storage throughflat plate collector
  • 151. 03 design climatesun buffer
  • 152. 03 design climatesun shading
  • 153. 03 design climatenatural and mechanicalventilation
  • 154. 03 design climate
  • 155. 03 design climate
  • 156. 03 design materialization function education dark crop production work orientation north-east south-east south-west north-west daylight entrance low medium high perforation type dark crop production education education work work
  • 157. 03 design materialization function farmer shops compost crops restaurant orientation north-east south-east south-west north-west facade system double skin facade folded glass facade glass facade compost farmer shops farmer shops crops compost compost restaurant crops restaurant
  • 158. 03 design materialization
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  • 165. 03 design materialization
  • 166. 03 design materializationair purifying plants:bamboo palmchinese evergeenenglish ivyfiscusgerbera daisydracaenacorn canemother-in-law’s tonguepeace lilypot mum
  • 167. 03 design materializationair purifying plants:bamboo palmchinese evergeencorn canedracaenaenglish ivyfiscusgerbera daisymother-in-law’s tonguepeace lilypot mumshadow plants:beansbrussel sproutscabbageendivegarden cressonion saladpeaspotatoradishrunner beansspinach
  • 168. 03 design materialization
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  • 170. 04 conclusion
  • 171. 04 conclusion food and society At the same time, the Urban Foodcycle is a: public garden community centre, knowledge area, museum, dynamic machine and a place to sit down, relax and enjoy.
  • 172. 04 conclusion food and society At the same time, the Urban Foodcycle is a: public garden community centre, knowledge area, museum, dynamic machine and a place to sit down, relax and enjoy. It gives the public back to the public, without an obligation to buy or enroll for classes
  • 173. 04 conclusion food and society Food plays a major role in public life, and reconnecting society to their origin creates anthropological spaces. The Urban Foodcycle brings the ‘local’ back into the informal liquid society. It invites you to be rooted for a (short) period of time and get familiair with your fellow city user.
  • 174. 04 conclusion flexibilitydesigned situation
  • 175. 04 conclusion flexibilityremove soft tissue
  • 176. 04 conclusion flexibility 72 m 00 m m m 00 727,2 m grid
  • 177. 04 conclusion flexibilityadd office units
  • 178. 04 conclusion flexibility
  • 179. 04 conclusion flexibilityremove slopeand escalators
  • 180. 04 conclusion flexibilityremove steel facade
  • 181. 04 conclusion flexibilityadd sheltered living units
  • 182. 04 conclusion flexibility
  • 183. 04 conclusion flexibilityremove glass facade
  • 184. 04 conclusion flexibilityremove void and shafts
  • 185. 04 conclusion flexibilityadd parking garage ramp
  • 186. 04 conclusion flexibility the building’s flexibility, based on the construction, can easily contain a wide range of functions in future transformations.
  • 187. 04 conclusion flexibility the building’s flexibility, based on the construction, can easily contain a wide range of functions in future transformations. the repetition of the 7,2 m grid on the construction floors and the free span on 28,8 m on the open floors contribute to a new typology.
  • 188. with special thanks to...Marijn BotermanYvonne BaltesJolien BergAnne Wil BotermanWilma BotermanSuzan ChristiaanseSonny HuismanBen LuteynFlip NieuwpoortSophie PetersLeonie SartonDenise ScholteHans TeunissenAleit VeenstraChristian Müller ArchitectsEetbaar RotterdamExceptScheurwater Van den Hoven ArchitectenVan der Lugt plantenkwekerijYuri Verbeek - De Kokkerie

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