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  • There are currently very few kinds of house building systems available with which to test and transfer this modular system into practice. To realise the embedded functionality of the house typology in practice we defined the following criteria: the materials, or better the building parts, have to adhere to the reference grid and dimensions of the coordinates,the construction system has to be flexible and modularised,connections and construction details (foundation walls, roof, terraces and so on) need to be standardised, andon-site realisation has to be simple, affordable and achievable by unskilled workers.
  • This research has the potential to become an important model for cultural identity and implementing new building technologies in the developing world. The research project will develop local accepted dwelling units towards the sustainable development of buildings and neighborhoods. Conceived as examples to be deployed within professional practice in order to attain sustainable conditions, these prototypes must comply with specific criteria addressing the cultural traditions and local knowledge of the builders and users.Therefore, this research could serve as a benchmark of sustainable building practices for other similar research projects to follow, as it has a sustainable approach on all levels, from the materials to the construction and maintenance.
  • There are currently very few kinds of house building systems available with which to test and transfer this modular system into practice. To realise the embedded functionality of the house typology in practice we defined the following criteria: the materials, or better the building parts, have to adhere to the reference grid and dimensions of the coordinates,the construction system has to be flexible and modularised,connections and construction details (foundation walls, roof, terraces and so on) need to be standardised, andon-site realisation has to be simple, affordable and achievable by unskilled workers.
  • The size of aggregated modules extends up to a width of 5 modules (6.25 m) to make it possible to use easily- realisable roof or slab constructions. The module system is developed for single or two-storey buildings. It is a fact that the lower a building is, the lower the effort required to build it in terms of materials, technical equipment and expenses for its construction.
  • The size of aggregated modules extends up to a width of 5 modules (6.25 m) to make it possible to use easily-realisable roof or slab constructions. The module system is developed for single or two-storey buildings. It is a fact that the lower a building is, the lower the effort required to build it in terms of materials, technical equipment and expenses for its construction.
  • There are only two kinds of basic module: a so-called “built module” and a so-called “open module”. Each of these modules includes a set of basic and technical parameters and are able to link these up with adjoining modules when used in combination. The modular concept follows the principles of taxonomy and object orientation. The “built module”, for instance, has the attribute, “itself or its neighbours has walls around it” while the “open module” has the attribute, “it has a roof or slab above/beneath it”
  • There are only two kinds of basic module: a so-called “built module” and a so-called “open module”. Each of these modules includes a set of basic and technical parameters and are able to link these up with adjoining modules when used in combination. The modular concept follows the principles of taxonomy and object orientation. The “built module”, for instance, has the attribute, “itself or its neighbours has walls around it” while the “open module” has the attribute, “it has a roof or slab above/beneath it”
  • 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
  • There are currently very few kinds of house building systems available with which to test and transfer this modular system into practice. To realise the embedded functionality of the house typology in practice we defined the following criteria: the materials, or better the building parts, have to adhere to the reference grid and dimensions of the coordinates,the construction system has to be flexible and modularised,connections and construction details (foundation walls, roof, terraces and so on) need to be standardised, andon-site realisation has to be simple, affordable and achievable by unskilled workers.
  • The product technology forms the basis of these lightweight buildings made of highly rigid construction panels with laminate-sealed faces and honeycomb cores. The joining of the panels is carried out using heavy duty adhesive technology with reinforced corner profiles. It employs an environmentally-friendly and environmentally-sound surface layer, whose principal component is composed of a combination of magnesium oxide and magnesium chloride. It is therefore suitable for cladding outdoor spaces and is water-repellent and very fire-resistant. An alkali-resistant glass fibre mesh together with a slightly modified filling compound is used for reinforcement.The panel length is limited only by transportability while the thickness can be chosen from 20 mm up to a maximum of 250 mm. The building material is weatherproof. These elements are applied to construct buildings effectively while simultaneously conserving resources. The actual construction takes much less time, uses less material while weighing considerably less, requires no additional construction and costs a fraction of the usual building costs
  • 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
  • We can only hope that this sense of identity will be a starting point for experiencing the world of housing and settlement as a part of human existence itself. Only in this way may a sense of personal responsibility for our environment emerge that is so important for our existence.

EGK 2011: Construction 02 EIABC donath EGK 2011: Construction 02 EIABC donath Presentation Transcript

  • modular design project EiABC 2o11 experimental prototypesEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design project RESEARCH TEACHING PRACTICEEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectUNHCR shelter for SomaliaEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectChallenges EiABC addis abeba reform teaching research consultancy process African network collaboration innovation testing EU –EDU link staff and Africa as Ethiopian firms DE - DAAD student a laboratory German firms exchange emergency helpEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectprototypes DESIGN ISSUES PLANNING ISSUES REALIZATION ISSUESEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectscope design for identity and flexibility considering “cost efficient planning technology implementing new building technologiesEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectlevel of research Urban building ConstructionEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projecttypology of living in EthiopiaEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectsocial issuesEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectflexibilityEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectequal open to build up area built built open space space space living spaceEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectflexible inner partitionEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectHalf ready construction and later on addition by the userEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectSeparate sanitary unitsEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectroof and footingEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectoptimized spanEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectSlabs/ floorsEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectstandardized detailsEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectprototypes DESIGN ISSUES PLANNING ISSUES REALIZATION ISSUESEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectpanels and dimensional coordination - typologyEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectmodules and dimensional coordination Modular Units Variants Combinations complex projectsEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectmodules and dimensional coordination Modular Units Variants Combinations complex projectsEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectmodular based house typologyEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectmodules and dimensional coordination built module open moduleEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectcomplex aggregationEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectmodules and dimensional coordination built module open moduleEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectpropertiesEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design project Library Refresh Unit Price New EDIT Material Mod-1 UNIT 1x1 description Mod-2 1x2 FLOOR:8M² Mod-3 1x3 SLAB:8M² 1_unit 1x4 Roof:4(1/cos20)=4.2m2 1x5 1x6 WALL:- INNER:0 1x7 OUTER:8 1x8` WINDOW:0.2m2X2=0.4m2 DOOR:0.4m2X2=0.8m2FLOOR:SLAB: SpecificationsROOFWALL: INNER OUTER Bord.. +add -subWINDOW:DOOR:SANITARY:DETAIL: EiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectprototypes DESIGN ISSUES PLANNING ISSUES REALIZATION ISSUESEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectprototypes  easy and flexible buildings,  modular design strategy  recyclable construction materialsEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectprototyp – outer structureEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectprototyp - inner structureEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectprototype – panel list worldhouse - 2010EiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectprototype: the worldhouseEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectthe test bed – clusters of 500 units in Ethiopia settlement concept GTZ-IS 2010, EthiopiaEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectsite plan : model compoundEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projecthouse types Foot print 51.24 m2 Foot print 64 m2 Foot print 56.66 m2 Foot print 81.96 m2EiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projecthouse type 4 - details GTZ-IS 2010, EthiopiaEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectSECU - prototype out of panels  foot print : 8.5m x 6 m  level : G+1  material : straw +screws SECU 2011 at EiABC / donathEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectSUDU -SECU SUDU 2011EiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectmaterialsEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectSECU - prototype out of panels SECU 2011 at EiABCEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design projectSECU – ground + first floor SECU 2011 at EiABCEiABC chair building construction
  • modular design project prototypes out of panelsSECU – ground floorEiABC chair building construction SECU 2011 at EiABC
  • modular design project prototypes out of panelsSECU – ground floorEiABC chair building construction SECU 2011 at EiABC
  • modular design project prototypes out of panelsSECU – connectionEiABC chair building construction SECU 2011 at EiABC
  • modular design project prototypes out of panelsSECU – connectionEiABC chair building construction SECU 2011 at EiABC
  • modular design projectend thank you … let us continue to experimentEiABC chair building construction