FOSTER & PARTNERS CAMPUS BIOMETROPOLIS

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FOSTER & PARTNERS
Conferencia Segundo Foro Internacional Vivienda Sustentable
INFONAVIT
Ciudad de México, 2010

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FOSTER & PARTNERS CAMPUS BIOMETROPOLIS

  1. 1. Who We Are
  2. 2. Foster + Partners at a glance
  3. 3. Our teamCountries of origin: 50Languages: 45
  4. 4. Projects completed 2008 - 2009
  5. 5. Competitions won 2008 - 2009
  6. 6. Design Board Norman Foster Founder and Chairman Permanent members Mouzhan Majidi David Nelson Spencer de Grey Armstrong Yakubu CEO Senior Executive Senior Executive Partner Head of Design Head of Design Advisors Stefan Behling Narinder Sagoo Nigel Dancey Senior Partner Partner Senior Partner + Design reviews in Groups
  7. 7. The Design BoardThe Design Board is responsible formanaging and communicating the brandDesign is essential to the Foster + PartnersbrandThe Design Board has responsibility fordesign across the officeThe creative process needs innovation andimaginationIt is only successful when there is thecourage and conviction to carry it throughSuccess in the creative process leads totangible financial gain
  8. 8. Research + Sustainability G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 Research + Sustainability
  9. 9. Specialist Management Group G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 Research + Sustainability Specialist Management Group
  10. 10. Specialist Modelling Group G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 Research + Sustainability Specialist Management Group Specialist Modelling
  11. 11. Model Making G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 Research + Sustainability Specialist Management Group Specialist Modelling Model Making
  12. 12. Product Design G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 Research + Sustainability Specialist Management Group Specialist Modelling Model Making Product Design
  13. 13. Workplace Consultancy G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 Research + Sustainability Specialist Management Group Specialist Modelling Model Making Product Design Workplace Consultancy
  14. 14. IT G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 Research + Sustainability Specialist Management Group Specialist Modelling Model Making Product Design Workplace Consultancy IT
  15. 15. Communication + Visualisation G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 Research + Sustainability Specialist Management Group Specialist Modelling Model Making Product Design Workplace Consultancy IT Communication + Visualisation
  16. 16. Network of overseas offices Abu Dhabi Beijing Boston Buenos Aires Dubai Edinburgh Geneva Hong Kong Kuala Lumpur London Madrid New York Seattle
  17. 17. We have worked in 250 cities around the world
  18. 18. Wide breadth of ability – Cultural through to commercial
  19. 19. Offices
  20. 20. Infrastructure
  21. 21. Interiors
  22. 22. Education - Schools
  23. 23. Education - Universities
  24. 24. Culture
  25. 25. Products
  26. 26. Masterplans and urban planning
  27. 27. Resorts and Hotels
  28. 28. Medical
  29. 29. Delivering creative and commercially viable buildings
  30. 30. Leaders and pioneers in sustainable design since 1973
  31. 31. Over 40 years of Sustainability‘66 ‘76 ‘86 ‘96 ‘06
  32. 32. Most recognised architectural brand in the world
  33. 33. Completion over the next 5 years
  34. 34. Greatest Hits
  35. 35. Hearst Corporation Headquarters New York, USA 2001−2006
  36. 36. Hearst Corporation Headquarters New York, USA 2001−2006
  37. 37. 30 St Mary Axe, Swiss Re Headquarters London, England 1997–2004
  38. 38. 30 St Mary Axe, Swiss Re Headquarters London, England 1997–2004
  39. 39. Commerzbank Headquarters Frankfurt, Germany 1991 – 1997
  40. 40. Hongkong and Shanghai Bank Headquarters Hong Kong 1979 – 1986
  41. 41. Hongkong and Shanghai Bank Headquarters Hong Kong 1979 – 1986
  42. 42. Willis Faber & Dumas Headquarters Ipswich, England 1971–1975
  43. 43. Willis Faber & Dumas Headquarters Ipswich, England 1971–1975
  44. 44. New German Parliament, Reichstag Berlin, Germany 1992 – 1999
  45. 45. New German Parliament, Reichstag Berlin, Germany 1992 – 1999
  46. 46. Chesa Futura St Moritz, Switzerland 2000 –2003
  47. 47. Beijing International Airport China 2003 – 2008
  48. 48. Beijing International Airport China 2003 – 2008
  49. 49. Hong Kong International Airport, Chek Lap Kok Hong Kong 1992 −1998
  50. 50. Hong Kong International Airport, Chek Lap Kok Hong Kong 1992 −1998
  51. 51. Stansted Airport England 1981–1991
  52. 52. Stansted Airport England 1981–1991
  53. 53. Metro System Bilbao, Spain 1988 – 1995 and 1997 – 2004
  54. 54. Metro System Bilbao, Spain 1988 – 1995 and 1997 – 2004
  55. 55. Dresden Station Dresden, Germany 1997−2006
  56. 56. Dresden Station Dresden, Germany 1997−2006
  57. 57. Canary Wharf Underground Station London, 1991 – 1999
  58. 58. Canary Wharf Underground Station London, 1991 – 1999
  59. 59. Millau Viaduct Gorges du Tarn, France 1993 − 2005
  60. 60. Millau Viaduct Gorges du Tarn, France 1993 − 2005
  61. 61. Millennium Bridge London, England 1996 – 2000
  62. 62. Millennium Bridge London, England 1996 – 2000
  63. 63. The Great Court at the British Museum London, England 1994 – 2000
  64. 64. The Great Court at the British Museum London, England 1994 – 2000
  65. 65. The Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard at the Smithsonian Institution Washington DC,USA 2004 – 2007
  66. 66. The Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard at the Smithsonian InstitutionWashington DC, USA 2004 – 2007
  67. 67. Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House Dallas, USA 2002 – 2009
  68. 68. Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House Dallas, USA 2002 – 2009
  69. 69. The Sage Gateshead Gateshead, England 1997 – 2004
  70. 70. The Sage Gateshead Gateshead, England 1997 – 2004
  71. 71. Wembley Stadium London, England 1996– 2007
  72. 72. Wembley Stadium London, England 1996– 2007
  73. 73. James H Clark Center Stanford University, USA 1999 – 2003
  74. 74. James H Clark Center Stanford University, USA 1999 – 2003
  75. 75. Petronas University of Technology Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1998 – 2004
  76. 76. Petronas University of Technology Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1998 – 2004
  77. 77. Trafalgar Square London, England 1999 – 2003
  78. 78. Trafalgar Square London, England 1999 – 2003
  79. 79. MASDARCero Emisiones de Carbón Cero Desperdicio
  80. 80. Masdar Development Abu Dhabi, UAE, 2007 –
  81. 81. Masdar Development Abu Dhabi, UAE, 2007 –
  82. 82. Desarrollo Urbano Masdar, Abu Dhabi
  83. 83. Zonas de la Ciudad Universidad Zona Especial Económica Comercial Parque Tecnológico Residencial Estacionamiento Entretenimiento Parques Hotel
  84. 84. Campus BiometrópolisUna Ciudad de Salud Sostenible
  85. 85. Condiciones del Entorno Sol de Verano Sol de Invierno Maximizar recarga de agua pluvial en el acuífero Ruido de instalaciones Recolección de mecánicas de edificios Agua Pluvial colindantes Zona de ReservaVientos dominantesPrimavera / Invierno Zona Deteriorada Uso Actual de Estacionamiento Contaminación y Ruido del Vientos dominantes Anillo Periférico Sur Verano / Otoño
  86. 86. PredioOportunidades y CondicionantesD.V. Luz y FuerzaSistema de Tubos de LavaÁrea de Reserva Natural =50% de Predio
  87. 87. Recarga del Acuífero e InfiltraciónEstado Actual del Acuífero CAMPUS Col. Jardines Volcán Xitle Col. Héroes de Padierna BIOMETRÓPOLIS Del Pedregal Recarga al Acuífero Fuente: GOBIERNO DEL DISTRITO FEDERAL
  88. 88. Estrategia de Uso de AguasMediciones de Infiltración de Agua Techo Verde Tratamiento de Agua potable Reserva Natural aguas negras de la red Filtración de Almacenaje de agua suelo no alterado durante 24 horas Reinyección Controlada = 100% Recarga
  89. 89. Diseño Sostenible Zona Residencial Espacio Exterior Privado Techos Verdes y Celdas Fotovoltaicas Textura de Celosías fijas con Fachadas y Vanos celdas fotovoltaicas Ventilación Natural Balcones y Vistas e Colectores Solares Iluminación NaturalDepósitos de Agua Ventilación e Iluminación Natural
  90. 90. Campus Biometrópolis

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