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  • There are multiple different ways of assembling the modular building parts. Based on a building information system for the case-specific design of adaptable houses, it is possible to design flexible housing arrangements with countless variations of house types and unit constellations. The variants range from simple shelters as protection against the rain to more complex buildings for schools, hospitals and administration.
  • Each of these constellations acquires the basic and technical parameters of the modules it is made up of. The underlying principle derives from the well-known concept of “mass customisation”, here made possible by using object-orientated techniques. The resulting design of the houses are automatically equipped with the technical and constructional parameters of the modules themselves (see figure) and the principle of modular combination makes it possible to develop a series of standard details. At this time, the following attributes are embedded into the module typology system:exact mass and cost calculation, all the related construction details,technological issues such as scheduling, material deposits and site preparation
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africa re:load 3 Donath - Building in Africa. A 1:1 laboratory for research and experimentation africa re:load 3 Donath - Building in Africa. A 1:1 laboratory for research and experimentation Presentation Transcript

  • 1
    innovation
    collaboration
    entrepreneurship
  • donath, dirk| bauhaus - EiABC
    innovation | collaboration |
    Building in Africa. A 1:1 laboratory for research and experimentation
    2
  • Why Africa / Ethiopia … Why bauhaus university … Why this workshop ?
    connecting activities
    laboratory
    experimental work
    sense for alternatives
    respecting the global world
  • Challenges
    ecbp *
    university reform *
    EiABC addis abeba *
    research
    consultancy
    reformprocess
    teaching
    African academicnetwork
    collaboration
    innovation
    testing
    Ethiopian firmsGerman firms
    emergency help
    Africa as a laboratory
    staff and student exchange
    EU –EDU link
    DE - DAAD
  • illustrations
    illustrations
    emergencyarchitecture
    typology
    cost efficienthousing

    Somaliashelter
    GIT housingscaling down
    word house
    SECU
  • design strategies – organized complexity
    built module
    open module
  • modulesand dimensional coordination
    Modular Units
    Variants
    Combinations
    complex projects
  • matrix of Variants – build and open units
  • prototyp – outer structure
  • prototyp _ inner structure
  • prototype – panellist
    worldhouse - 2009
  • thetestbed – prototypes
    i Temba – South Africa - 2010
  • prototypes out ofpanels
    SUDU 2011
  • thetestbed – prototypes out ofpaperpanels
    consido AG 2009
  • Ausgangspunkt - Entwurfsprämissen
  • prototypes out ofpanels
    SECU 2011
  • prototypes out ofpanels
    SECU 2011 at EiABC
  • typology of living in Ethiopia
  • site plan : modelcompound
  • low cost housing – type 1
  • UNHCR shelter for Somalia
    ‘White’ and ‘Blue’ Zones
    Reinforcement on Lateral direction
    Load Test
    96 Kg for one Arch
  • UNHCR shelter for Somalia
  • UNHCR shelter for Somalia
  • UNHCR shelter for Somalia
    movie
  • back to our minds
  • 26
    Workshop | Weimar, 29. bis 30. August 2011Africa Re:Load | Discover new opportunities for innovation and business