P3 midair masterplanning ( utm corridor )

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Parametrix Studio - a learning process by exploring conceptual masterplan based on idea of several environment (basic is on ground), challenging the basic with other parameters ; water, mid-air, light&shadows..this was our group presentation of idea. Regards & credits to respective lecturer Ar.Hong Lim Foo (UTM,2010), group members: Elliyin Rasif, Ng Wei Hong, ZhangTong Qing,& me

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P3 midair masterplanning ( utm corridor )

  1. 1. DESIGN TEAM: WEIHONG TONGQING ELLIYIN AMIRUL
  2. 2. CONTENTS OF DISCUSSION1. Understanding Mid Air Element, Character & Behaviour2. Research & Data Study on Mid Air3. Interpretation of Scientific Understanding into Mid Air Architectural Paramatrix4. Mid Air Masterplan5. Conclusion: Relationships Formula
  3. 3. UNDERSTANDING MidAIR element, character & behaviour
  4. 4. First thing first: What is MID-AIR? Levitation/ Suspended• Mid-air is one of the View Transition elements that makes up the moment natural environment surrounding us together with Water, Earth and Light. Pause/ Swing Mid-Air Frozen• Differentiating all these elements apart from another are their characteristic, behavior and Moment Thought/ Dream capacity ranging from In scientific studied data, amazement / gasp researches and even literary poetry. Vocabulary Association…
  5. 5. Mid-Air Phenomena General Term Definition Speed / Character in Physical Observation Mid Air Architectural Height TranslationCalm Hardly any air movement 0-1 km/h Sea like a mirror and -Therapeutic space smoke rises vertically -Column RepetitionBreeze A subtle air movement 6-11km/h Small wavelet on water -Large open exhibition that can be felt on surface but the surface do area exposed skin not break and leaves -Spacious walkway rustleWindy A wind blow that 20-28km/h Small waves and -suspended walkway that abounding in or exposed becoming larger . Dust catches the breeze to the wind or breezes and small paper raised -viewing deck constantly for a duration while small branches of time begin to moveHigh wind air moving (sometimes 39-50km/h Large waves formed and -High suspended floor with considerable force) Strongest on the flat land make some spray. Large with translucent floor from an area of high branches in motion. treatment pressure to an area of low Empty plastic garbage tip -tall towering structure pressure over. hard to handle umbrella. whistling heard in overhead wireHurricane an intense, rotating -119 km/hr High waves and formed -Movable structure oceanic weather system -This cyclonic circulation streaks of foam. Twigs -Swaying bridge / linkage that possesses maximum becomes weaker with broken from trees, cars -High slides sustained winds height veer on road, large -Gravity defying structure branches break and small trees blown away
  6. 6. Research & Data Study on MidAIR scientific paramatrix of mid air to determine architectural character of the masterplan
  7. 7. Challenging human fear of height + youthspirits / sportsMID AIR PHILOSOPHY
  8. 8. Interpreting MidAIR into Architecture philosophy
  9. 9. MID AIR PHILOSOPHIES• SUSPENDED / ELEVATED STRUCTURES – CABLE-STAYED STRUCTURE / POST AND TENSION STRUCTURE , MASSIVE CORE STRUCTURE, IN EQUILIBRIUM• EXPERIENCE OF HEIGHT – FEAR OF HEIGHT - FALL• EXPERIENCE OF JOURNEY – VISUAL PLAY+EMOTION+ CIRCULATION TYPO ( )• INTERACTION HIGH GROUND LOW GROUND• CHALLENGING HUMAN VISUAL PERCEIVED ANGLE• CONNECTIVITY THROUGH MID-AIR TO GROUND.• WIND CATCHMENT LEVEL – FOR APPROPRIATE ELECTRICITY GENERATED
  10. 10. MID AIR SENSE OF CHARACTER…“FUN”BRIDGEhttp://elleswim.net/page/2/• Zip lining course – suspension bridge – scary + challenging eh? Hahaha let’s try it!• Proposing glazed steps at certain area –create a GASPING MOMENT! Where people will eventually slow down, take a deep breath, walk carefully, pretend they not see below!! hahaha
  11. 11. MID AIR SENSE OF CHARACTER… SUCH INNOCENT SOULS , AS BRAVE AS A SOLDIER – our UTM student?  challenging the norm / outcome fear of height =MID AIR PHILOSOPHY• http://www.guy- • http://www.flixya.com/photo/18613 sports.com/funny/back_to_school_stories.htm 62/dangerous-bridge - 500 children,• - A Pu, 5, who was stuck in the middle of the cable from Maji village in Fugong town, for nearly 20 minutes once, told reporters, I used Yunnan province, cross the most to dream of having a bridge, but then I learned dangerous stretch of the Nujiang that my dream was too expensive. River each day
  12. 12. MID AIR SENSE OF CHARACTER…REFLEXOLOGY PATHAn idea for both health and experiences / sensation – surfacedecoration - MID AIR PHILOSOPHY
  13. 13. MID AIR SENSE OF CHARACTER…TRAVELLATORFAST FORWARD whenever emergency – washroom? Huge luggage “balik kampong”?Feel sick? Late for submission? = adrenaline rush / moment of “floating forward” - -MID AIR PHILOSOPHY
  14. 14. MID AIR SENSE OF CHARACTER…INTERACTIVEFLOOR SURFACE?• New invention – future science• Technology resembles the university strength & image• Informative- require less space – anywhere! MID AIR PHILOSOPHY: visual projection can’t be touch but this one react to human movement
  15. 15. MID AIR SENSE OF CHARACTER… • The Virtual Space in architecture means the use of THE some technology or method to create an unreal space to increase or reduce the actual space.VIRTUAL METHOD:SPACE • There are three basic method to create a virtual space. 1. Mirror 2. Painting 3. Opening
  16. 16. Mirror ? • Mirror can copy the image, it is the most well – know method to create the virtual space. Someone considered it is the gate to the other world. • Now we have some high – tech things not only copy your image but also can keep it! This is a Iris diaphragm matrix mirror.
  17. 17. Mirror to MID-AIR • This is a magic show by John Noble, he use the mirror to make him looks floating. The fact is he is stand one the ground
  18. 18. Painting
  19. 19. The MidAIR Masterplan masterplan philosophy & brief
  20. 20. Introduction of Mid Air MasterplanProposal • Mid Air masterplan proposal circulate around the ideation of human responses towards height to trigger excitement, adrenaline rush and amazement in experiencing the journey from point A to point B. • Why we resort to Height? Since we are playing with air element, we decided to take it up vertically where senses are triggered rather differently at perceived height difference levels. • Despite the height manipulation, each individual hubs are designed with a hint of playfulness to maximize energy level of users and give the sense of being elevated.
  21. 21. Issues• High density traffic – contributing to carbon emission and provoking > How to pollution minimize the effect?• Long-stretch monotonous commuting points for pedestrians
  22. 22. How to solve it through mid airmasterplan? proposed pedestrians & vehicle zones re-plan the vehicle circulation of UTM students each zones are themes with specific science experience to reduce traffic and centralized parking encourage walking Proposed Solution enhancing walking experience within campus design pedestrian linkage promoting healthy lifestyle fostering scientific Information Corridor culture
  23. 23. VISUAL LINE -TOWERS OF ECHOING SCIENCES – MARAK’S ZTQ’SA PRINSIP OF RESPECTING RELIGION & GOD + RESPECTING SCIENCE CENTRE SCIENCE CENTRENATURE + A SYMBOL OF UNITY AND SPIRIT OF ACADEMIC MECHANICAL ENG.-RELATED MATHEMATICAL.-RELATEDEXCELLENTCY IN SCIENCE & RESEARCH UNIVERSITY SCIENCE CENTRE SCIENCE CENTRETHE HUB THE CORRIDORFACILITIES: DETAILS:•PARKING GROUND + SERVICES FOR THE PROGRAMS •INFORMATION ON ANY SURFACE – PROJECTION-•MID AIR LANDSCAPEHARDSCAPE : SUSPENDED WAKAF & OUTDOOR GYM SET •SMART COMM. DEVICE •SMART FIN ATTACHED TO THE ROOF STRUCTURESOFTSCAPE : SLOPES AT MAIN ENTRANCE AS GROUND •MID AIR SENSATIONAL JOURNEY – SURFACES DESIGN : GLAZEDFOR THE SUSPENDED WAKAF + TRAVELLATOR + REFLEXOLOGY + INTERACTIVE FLOOR•RETAILS•COMMUNAL SPACES- -
  24. 24. THE ADDITIONAL CONNECTION & GROUND DEVELOPMENT DETAILS: •ELEVATORS IN THE MIDDLE OF CONTINOUS CORRIDOR as support structure +intermediate connection to ground to minimise walking distance •OPTION FOR TRANSIT either direct or other desired path – your call!! •some areas alreGROUND DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL ady have a balanced system / facilities such as sports & recreational space – maintained and improve the circulation that lead to the hub. •RELOCATION OF EXISTING STRUCTURES several structures were relocated, but it was our intention to minimise ground development (MIDAIR IDEOLOGY AND APPROACH) , so planning wise was to avoid maximum structural relocation. Structures relocated: •-COLLEGE RUBBISH HOUSE x1 (east) •-COLLEGE DORMITORY UNIT x2 (west) ELLIYIN’S WEIHONG’S •Structures replaced – with THE HUBSCIENCE CENTRE SCIENCE CENTRE •-ARKED K9/K10 •-ARKED CENGAL BIOLOGY.-RELATED ART.-RELATED SCIENCE CENTRE SCIENCE CENTRE -
  25. 25. MASTERPLAN SECTION STUDY(midair philosophy: wind flow from high ground to lower ground then redirected , caused by obstruction such as man-made structures and natural scape) MARAK’S ZTQ’S ELLIYIN’S WEIHONG’S SCIENCE CENTRE SCIENCE CENTRE SCIENCE CENTRE SCIENCE CENTRE MECHANICAL ENG.-RELATED MATHEMATICAL.-RELATED BIOLOGY.-RELATED ART.-RELATED SCIENCE CENTRE SCIENCE CENTRE SCIENCE CENTRE SCIENCE CENTRE
  26. 26. PARAMETERS TO THE MASTERPLAN( INFOs-POWERED CORRIDOR )a. DEFINING HEIGHT LEVELb. VISUAL & CONNECTIVITYc. PEDESTRIAN & VEHICLE ACCESSd. CREATING SPACES THAT EVOKE EXCITEMENT & EXPERIENCESe. NATURE REFERENCESf. CREATING OTHER MID-AIR POSSIBILITIES
  27. 27. a.DEFINING HEIGHT LEVEL• Gravity pull vs anti-gravity• Fear of height/ death from fall = mid air experiences/excitement/thrill• Challenging it = create Xgames activities that suits UTM Youth Spirits?• Jump fact – layman vs professionals/athletes
  28. 28. HIGH+VERTICAL ELEMENTS IN UTM
  29. 29. b.VISUAL & CONNECTIVITY• HIGH + VERTICAL ELEMENTS IN UTM• MINARETS = VISIBLE LANDMARK + ECHO TRANSMIT & RECEIVING• RELATING MID-AIR CORRIDOR TO MOTHER NATURE’S MID AIR REFERENCES– A CIRCULATION SPINE = ??• USING HUMAN STEREOSCOPIC VISUAL LIMIT AS A CIRCULATION STRATEGY – KEEP GOING FORWARD TO MINIMISE TRAFFIC CONGESTION
  30. 30. MINARETS =TOWER: CHARACTER - ECHOES OF AZANVISIBLE LANDMARK = ECHOLOCATION IN MID AIR (BATS & SEVERAL NOCTURNALS) + LIGHTS DURING NIGHT COMMUNICATION TOWER = TRANSMIT & RECEIVINGWAVELENGTH – SOUNDS VIBRATION THROUGH MID AIR HIGH GROUND TO LOW GROUND = EFFICIENTCY INTRANSMITTING – LESS OBSTRUCTION WIDER COVERAGE
  31. 31. c. PEDESTRIAN & VEHICLE ACCESSISSUES:• Lack of parking spaces.• Need to travel far (even with vehicle ; car etc).• Bus services..create traffic + environmental problem• Pedestrian path sometimes hazardous – not maintained & very near to road (safety) not wide enough + no proper shades + exposed to vehicle smog (comfort value).
  32. 32. SOLUTION• Provide additional parking spaces• Introduce central hub = transit area>>From vehicle-parking-transit- walking-faculties>>Central hub – attractive programs:-UTM information kiosks + discussion zones + WiFi facilities-24 hour Fast food & delivery ( McD, Ayamas etc)-Bookstore ( MPH bookstore, Kinokuniya etc.)-Other Retails ( Guardian, , basic Groceries etc.
  33. 33. d. CREATING SPACES THAT EVOKE EXCITEMENT & EXPERIENCESFEAR OF HEIGHT / FALL = MID-AIR EXCITEMENT!HIGH + ELEVATED ABOVE LANDSCAPE = PERSPECTIVESHIGHER GROUND = HIGHER WIND SPEED• The hub – 2 floors. 1st = programs 2nd = open landscape/garden• Hanging planter pots + roots growing• The corridor – Fin designed to rotated at certain time- fixed angular less than 100 deg. (Human Stereoscopic Visual Angle) –forcing them to move forward to enjoy view- Different stepping : FAST – WALK – GLAZING to create gasping moment whenever the journey is done• The linkages – points of interval – linked science centre (above 4th floor) to the hubs – ground (parking) – corridor – college zones . Open air + high railings of reinforced glazing to ignites fear of height – the experience/excitement
  34. 34. RELATING MID-AIR CORRIDORCHARACTER TO MOTHER NATURE’S MID AIR REFERENCESGLIDING SNAKE body diaphram section + bone structure FLYING SPECIES wing structure study WIND & PRESSURIZATION undulated surfaces creates changes of wind flow ; power and ventilation
  35. 35. CONCLUSION :RELATIONSHIPS [FORMULA]
  36. 36. [Space] .[Station] • Space = size + connection + direction + extension + circulation • Station = controllable + integration + interaction
  37. 37. [Space] • Size = height + weight + length [Height is a main point to show the mid-air] • Direction = 2D direction + 3D direction • Radial symmetrical human flow. Gravity? go a way.• Circulation = consumption + Regeneration• Regeneration to GBI
  38. 38. [Station] Controllable = control + able [Mid-air structure is a unstable system need a comprehensive Control ] Integration = smart + helpful Interaction = active + efficient
  39. 39. TARRA! 

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