NICHOLAS SOCRATESBA (Hons), BA (Hons), MA, MArchPORTFOLIO 2013
TATE BRISTOL: EXTERIOR PUBLIC SPACES
TATE BRISTOL: PROPOSED WAPPING WHARF MASTERPLAN, SPIKE ISLAND
After travelling through the building; taken on a journey through its galleries, the visitors finally arrive on the roof. ...
The main atrium connects the Harbour to Cumberland Road. It is seen as a public street (and is surfaced in this way). Inth...
North facing galleries on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors.Internal gallery standard climate maintained throughmechanical venti...
TATE BRISTOL: COOLING MODETATE BRISTOL: HEATING MODE!"!"!#!#!$!$!%!%!&!&!!!!!!(())**""##$$%%&&!!*+&$( *+&$( *+&$( *+&$( )+...
1005010 200cm.150scale / formatproject stage project numberclientreference filedrawing numbersubjectdatedrawing statuskey ...
1005010 200cm.150scale / formatproject stage project numberclientreference filedrawing numbersubjectdatedrawing statuskey ...
1005010 200cm.150scale / formatproject stage project numberclientreference filedrawing numbersubjectdatedrawing statuskey ...
GROUND FLOOR PLAN 1:500, KEY AND 3D ZONING!""!#!$%&(!)!*%$$&"*(!&+!#!$%&,"!)!"%+-$&"*(+,-.&$&&&"&*&(&+*%$+!/%&&!/!".!#!$%&...
TATE BRISTOL FLOOR PLANS PLANS: GF - 5TH FLOOR - 1:100022x0.164=3.600123415x0.172=2.5801234567891011121314153.05%6.11%29x0...
GROUND FLOOR: 1:50022x0.164=3.600123415x0.172=2.5801234567891011121314153.05%6.11%29x0.113=3.28012345678910111213141516171...
UPPER GROUND FLOOR: 1:50022x0.164=3.600567891011121314151617181920212215x0.172=2.58067891011121314153.05%6.11%29x0.113=3.2...
VIEW FROM THE HARBOUR
VIEW FROM THE PROMENADE (NEXT TO M-SHED)
VIEW FROM THE PARK PLINTH
VIEW FROM WITHIN ONE OF THE NORTH FACING GALLERIES
MAIN DIGITAL SPACE
VIEW FROM THE CAVE
INFORMAL INSTALLATION / DIGITAL SPACE
TATE BRISTOL: VARIOUS INTERIOR VIEWS
SPIKE ISLAND SITE ANALYSISGPGPGPPostsPathHarbourWalkHarbourWalkPlinthEl Sub StaThe Create Environment CentreBristol Record...
SITE PLAN / MASTERPLAN22x0.164=3.600123415x0.172=2.5801234567891011121314153.05%6.11%29x0.113=3.28012345678910111213141516...
SITE PLAN / MASTERPLAN22x0.164=3.600123415x0.172=2.5801234567891011121314153.05%6.11%29x0.113=3.28012345678910111213141516...
COMPETITION ENTRY INITIAL DRAWINGSSUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTFor a two week project I had to produce two separatedevelopment propo...
research quesƟon 3figure 2.1: site plan 1:10000figure 2.2: site plan 1:2500Research QuesƟonWhat quality does the enclave bri...
introducƟon 9figure 3.11 : concept of the innercourtyardsinner courtyards 9Inner CourtyardsSquareIn this secƟon of the encl...
DESIGN RESEARCH EXPERIMENT: FACADE PANELSSUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTFor my design Research module I was attempting to articulatemy...
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
Nicholas Socrates' Architectural & Urban Design Portfolfio 2013
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  1. 1. NICHOLAS SOCRATESBA (Hons), BA (Hons), MA, MArchPORTFOLIO 2013
  2. 2. TATE BRISTOL: EXTERIOR PUBLIC SPACES
  3. 3. TATE BRISTOL: PROPOSED WAPPING WHARF MASTERPLAN, SPIKE ISLAND
  4. 4. After travelling through the building; taken on a journey through its galleries, the visitors finally arrive on the roof. On theroof exists the sculpture garden, where numerous installations and large works live. The roof is South facing and views ofthe harbour and the new city park are possible.This balcony space acts as platform to view the main, double height, digital space below from a different perspective. Alongthis balcony various other digital installations exist. The sound elements overlap inherent in most digital art pieces, unlike‘still’ works, functions more as an attractive and moody underscore. The total effect is often surprisingly emotional.Top floor gallery with double height ceiling for large works and installations.North-East & North-West facing gallery. Internal gallery standard climate is maintained through mechanical ventilation &heating. The highest performance Low-E glass is used to maintain a steady temperature reducing the amount of mechanicalheating and cooling / energy used.North facing galleries on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors. Internal gallery standard climate maintained through mechanicalventilation & heating. The highest performance Low-E glass is used to maintain a steady temperature reducing theamount of mechanical heating and cooling / energy used.The entrance way from Cumberland road, which leads through to the public ramp / main atrium. It is surfaced in a hard-wearing way (concrete). This is due to the amount of people passing through as a short-cut to the Harbour and also toemphasis that this is an extension to the public street.The yellow travellator takes visitors on a journey from a main ‘light’ gallery space, through the atrium, and arrives themimmediately into the darkness of a main digital gallery. Effortlessly contrasting the visitors experience; keeping themawake, alert and excited. The public spaces and functions on the left and back of house operations, workshops, and artiststudios on the right. Artists can be seen working if their internal blinds are open. On certain studio open days the entiregallery expands in size.View from the park plinth: continuation of level from Cumberland road to park plinth & Tate Bristol’s back entrance.Public and staff carpark underneath the park plinth of a capacity of 125 parking spaces.External ramp. parallel to the Tate Bristol building. Descending from the park plinth / Cumberland road tothe harbour-side promenadeView from the park plinth, looking towards Bristol Harbour in between The Library of Bristol and Tate Bristol.
  5. 5. The main atrium connects the Harbour to Cumberland Road. It is seen as a public street (and is surfaced in this way). Inthis space large scale installations and sculptures exist. From here the visitor has an immediate understanding of thebuilding. The different coloured floors help orientate the visitor to understand which gallery and public function existon which floor.Tate Bristol has two levels, on the Eastern side, dedicated to Learning. These Learning Spaces have an abundance ofpublic computers, which have installed the latest graphic and video software. Instead of having "hot desks" to rentoffice space in an isolated room, here we have communal spaces which are open, public and for all.Throughout the building experience there will be numerous informal installations. In almost seemingly random places, installations,sculptures, projections and performances will take place. The buildings flexibility due to its openness and organisation of thepermanent functions allows for this.North facing galleries on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors. Internal gallery standard climate maintained through mechanicalventilation & heating. The highest performance Low-E glass is used to maintain a steady temperature reducing theamount of mechanical heating and cooling / energy used.The Cave is a large circular space situated below the upper-ground level. This is a flexible industrial space which is used for digitalart installations and non-commercial performances. A public space almost independent and hidden from the rest of the gallery.Tate Bristol’s main digital art space is on a colossal scale. This space houses a selection of Tate Bristol’s permanent digitalcollection. This particular room has a special emphasis on the artist Ryoji Ikeda. Ryoji Ikeda’s work quivers somewherebetween electronic music, digital art, installation and performance. He uses raw materials both visual and sonic: usinggiant screens and huge speaker systems, Ikeda gives these hidden elements something approaching the scale andmonumentality of industrial manufacturing processes.Walking up the main public circulation ramp; parallel and adjacent to the externally surrounding ephemeral skin. Taking visitorson a journey; wrapping them around the extents of the building. For this ramp; it draws visitors through a main learning space anddirectly into the gallery. The circulation of the building is only clear one floor at a time to enhance the experience and discovery ofthe building.The site of Tate Bristol on Spike Island will create a flow of visitors and provide an open anchor, an interior publicspace and a meeting place for pedestrians and they will become the city’s new icon, whilst addressing deficienciesin accessibility, adaptability and lack of space for creative enterprise. Tate Bristol will become a creative and culturalcentre for the city. Tate Bristol will be the social and creative heart of the city, connecting people of all ages, culturesand backgrounds.View from across the water from the public space outside of the Llyods Bank. Showing that the Library of Bristol (left)and the Tate Bristol (right) have equal importance to the city of Bristol demonstrated by the equality of presence on theHarbour-front sky-line.
  6. 6. North facing galleries on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors.Internal gallery standard climate maintained throughmechanical ventilation & heating. The highestperformance Low-E glass is used to maintain a steadytemperature reducing the amount of mechanicalheating and cooling / energy used.Top floor gallery with double heightceiling for large works and installations.North-East & North-West facing gallery.Internal gallery standard climateis maintained through mechanicalventilation & heating. The highestperformance Low-E glass is usedto maintain a steady temperaturereducing the amount of mechanicalheating and cooling / energy used.The yellow travellator takes visitors on a journeyfrom a main ‘light’ gallery space, through the atrium,and arrives them immediately into the darkness ofa main digital gallery. Effortlessly contrasting thevisitors experience; keeping them awake, alert andexcited. The public spaces and functions on the leftand back of house operations, workshops, and artiststudios on the right. Artists can be seen working iftheir internal blinds are open. On certain studioopen days the entire gallery expands in size.Walking up the main public circulationramp; parallel and adjacent to the externallysurrounding ephemeral skin. Taking visitorson a journey; wrapping them around theextents of the building. For this ramp; it drawsvisitors through a main learning space anddirectly into the gallery. The circulation ofthe building is only clear one floor at a timeto enhance the experience and discovery ofthe building.Tate Bristol has two levels, on the Eastern side,dedicated to Learning. These Learning Spaceshave an abundance of public computers,which have installed the latest graphic andvideo software. Instead of having "hot desks"to rent office space in an isolated room, herewe have communal spaces which are open,public and for all.Throughout the building experience there willbe numerous informal installations. In almostseemingly random places, installations, sculptures,projections and performances will take place.The buildings flexibility due to its openness andorganisation of the permanant functions allowsfor this.After travelling through the building; taken on ajourney through its galleries, the visitors finally arriveon the roof. On the roof exists the sculpture garden,where numerous installations and large works live.The roof is South facing and views of the harbour andthe new city park are possible.The Cave is a large circular space situated below the upper-groundlevel. This is a flexible industrial space which is used for digital artinstallations and non-commercial performances. A public spacealmost independent and hidden from the rest of the gallery.Tate Bristol’s main digital art space is on a colossal scale. This spacehouses a selection of Tate Bristol’s permanent digital collection. Thisparticular room has a special emphasis on the artist Ryoji Ikeda. RyojiIkeda’s work quivers somewhere between electronic music, digitalart, installation and performance. He uses raw materials both visualand sonic: using giant screens and huge speaker systems, Ikedagives these hidden elements something approaching the scale andmonumentality of industrial manufacturing processes.This balcony space acts as platform to view themain, double height, digital space below from adifferent perspective. Along this balcony variousother digital installations exist. The soundelements overlap inherent in most digital artpieces, unlike ‘still’ works, functions more as anattractive and moody underscore. The total effectis often surprisingly emotional.The main atrium connects the Harbour toCumberland Road. It is seen as a public street(and is surfaced in this way). In this space largescale installations and sculptures exist. From herethe visitor has an immediate understanding ofthe building. The different coloured floors helporientate the visitor to understand which galleryand public function exist on which floor.The site of Tate Bristol on Spike Island will create a flow of visitorsand provide an open anchor, an interior public space and ameeting place for pedestrians and they will become the city’s newicon, whilst addressing deficiencies in accessibility, adaptabilityand lack of space for creative enterprise. Tate Bristol will becomea creative and cultural centre for the city. Tate Bristol will be thesocial and creative heart of the city, connecting people of all ages,cultures and backgrounds.The entrance way from Cumberlandroad, which leads through to thepublic ramp / main atrium. It issurfaced in a hardwearing way(concrete). This is due to the amountof people passing through as ashort-cut to the Harbour and also toemphasis that this is an extension tothe public street.TATE BRISTOL: KEY INTERNAL SPACES
  7. 7. TATE BRISTOL: COOLING MODETATE BRISTOL: HEATING MODE!"!"!#!#!$!$!%!%!&!&!!!!!!(())**""##$$%%&&!!*+&$( *+&$( *+&$( *+&$( )+)& )+ )+ )+ )+ )+ )+ )+ )+ )+ "+$)Natural ventilation operableopenings for exhaust at roof levelNatural ventilation operableopenings on façade for fresh air inletCOOLING MODEVENTILATION STRATEGYNatural Vent (Fresh Air)Natuaral Vent (Exhaust)Thermetically SealedOpen and UncontrolledInterior ClimateMechanical ExtractMechanical SupplyNATURAL MODE(Mid Season)!"!"!#!#!$!$!%!%!&!&!!!!!!(())**""##$$%%&&!!*+&$( *+&$( *+&$( *+&$( )+)& )+ )+ )+ )+ )+ )+ )+ )+ )+ "+$)Natural Vent (Fresh Air)Natuaral Vent (Exhaust)Thermetically SealedOpen and UncontrolledInterior ClimateHEATING MODENatural ventilation openingsclosed during heating modeNatural ventilation openings on façadeclosed during heating modeHeat exchanger collects heat frombuilding mixes with 10% fresh air andthen recirculates the recycled heataround the buildingUnder Floor HeatingTrench HeaterGeneral SupplyGeneral ExhaustClosed Control SupplyClosed Control ExhaustBuildings Heat InFresh Air InRecycledHeat Out
  8. 8. 1005010 200cm.150scale / formatproject stage project numberclientreference filedrawing numbersubjectdatedrawing statuskey plan north arrowprojectonrevisionGavinConsulting EngineerJonoLouisDesign ConsultantUrban Design Consultantarchitecture designerrev. date drawn checkedThe TateTypical Facade Detail & SectionTate Bristol (Tate Digital)MArch Design Studio BBristol, United KingdomLandscape 00110-04-2013FINALA2X:2_C_Concept DesignDrawingsLandscape 0011:30Concept DesignLandscape 001NB:Inconsistencies in the drawing are inevitable due to the level of detail of stage C. The drawingwill be further defined/developed in stage D.Nicholas SocratesUWE, BristolTATE BRISTOL: LANDSCAPE DRAWINGS 1:50
  9. 9. 1005010 200cm.150scale / formatproject stage project numberclientreference filedrawing numbersubjectdatedrawing statuskey plan north arrowprojectonrevisionGavinConsulting EngineerJonoLouisDesign ConsultantUrban Design Consultantarchitecture designerrev. date drawn checkedThe TateTypical Facade Detail & SectionTate Bristol (Tate Digital)MArch Design Studio BBristol, United Kingdom10810-04-2013FINALA3X:2_C_Concept DesignDrawings1081:50Concept Design108NB:Inconsistencies in the drawing are inevitable due to the level of detail of stage C. The drawingwill be further defined/developed in stage D.Nicholas SocratesUWE, BristolTATE BRISTOL: TECHNICAL DRAWINGS 1:50
  10. 10. 1005010 200cm.150scale / formatproject stage project numberclientreference filedrawing numbersubjectdatedrawing statuskey plan north arrowprojectonrevisionGavinConsulting EngineerJonoLouisDesign ConsultantUrban Design Consultantarchitecture designerrev. date drawn checkedThe TateTypical Facade Detail & SectionTate Bristol (Tate Digital)MArch Design Studio BBristol, United Kingdom11110-04-2013FINALA2X:2_C_Concept DesignDrawings1111:20Concept Design111NB:Inconsistencies in the drawing are inevitable due to the level of detail of stage C. The drawingwill be further defined/developed in stage D.Nicholas SocratesUWE, BristolTATE BRISTOL: TECHNICAL DRAWINGS 1:30
  11. 11. 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TATE BRISTOL FLOOR PLANS PLANS: GF - 5TH FLOOR - 1:100022x0.164=3.600123415x0.172=2.5801234567891011121314153.05%6.11%29x0.113=3.2801234567891011121314151617181925x0.131=3.280123456789101112131415161718192021222324254.14%15 x 0.172 = 2.5801234567891011121314153x0.167=0.5001233x0.167=0.5001233.48%6.73% 6.73%Sessel000000000016151413121110987654321G F E D C B AVoid AboveStorage under rampStorage under rampStaircase03A: 19.065 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2H: 18.00 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 3.28 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2H: 3.28 mExhibtion Cave 2021A: 99.879 m2H: 3.28 mPhotographic Cataloguing004A: 129.778 m2H: 7.28 mCataloguing Area006A: 81.298 m2H: 7.28 mDepot H-3.2m011A: 193.226 m2H: 3.28 mTate Cafe & Coffee014A: 217.103 m2H: 7.28 mSorting Space015A: 104.194 m2H: 7.28 mInterim Storage (Clean)016A: 51.613 m2H: 7.28 mParking69A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking102A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking103A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking104A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking105A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking114A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking115A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking116A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking117A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking118A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking119A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking120A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking121A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking122A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking124A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking125A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking127A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking128A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringLifts03A: 7.694 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mLifts03A: 7.694 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mInterim Storage (Isolated)016A: 49.855 m2H: 7.28 mDepot H-7.2m012A: 158.159 m2H: 7.28 mDepot Clear Circ H-7.2m012A: 108.768 m2H: 7.28 mDepot H-3.2m011A: 230.717 m2H: 3.28 mThe Cave / Performance & Instal021A: 562.664 m2H: 3.28 mMech.020A: 1.044 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.476 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.477 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 1.030 m2H: 4.00 mPublic Circulation015A: 110.692 m2H: 3.28 mAuditorium021A: 299.996 m2H: 4.00 mResturant Kitchen and Store025A: 72.363 m2H: 4.00 mTate Shop Store026A: 87.065 m2H: 3.28 mParking102A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking103A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking104A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking105A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking106A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking107A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParkingA: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking66A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking67A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking68A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking69A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking69A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringAuditorium Store & Prep Space021A: 49.026 m2H: 3.28 mAuditorium Stage021A: 82.184 m2H: 3.28 mCleaners Room022A: 8.866 m2H: 4.00 mWheelie Bins026A: 19.720 m2H: 4.00 mPlant027A: 65.228 m2concrete floorH: 4.00 mDepot H-2.2m008A: 159.698 m2H: 2.50 mDeep Storage H-2m010A: 155.511 m2H: 1.60 mPublic Street / Ramp018A: 785.695 m2H: 0.00 m5.77%21 x 0.156 = 3.280123421 x 0.156 = 3.2801234Fire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent017A: 296.765 m2H: 3.28 mTate Book & Print Shop012A: 179.244 m2H: 7.28 mFire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent017A: 140.292 m2H: 3.28 mLoading Bay001A: 245.145 m2H: 7.28 m22x0.164=3.600567891011121314151617181920212215x0.172=2.58067891011121314153.05%6.11%29x0.113=3.2801234567891011121314151617181925x0.131=3.280123456789101112131415161718192021222324254.14%15 x 0.172 = 2.58067891011121314156.73% 6.73%16151413121110987654321G F E D C B ASessel00000Sessel000000Sessel000000Sessel00000Sessel000False inclining ceilingToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 4.00 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 4.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2H: 18.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mSecurity014A: 80.095 m2H: 4.00 mTate Reception & Ticket Sales014A: 104.804 m2H: 4.00 mPublic Space & Entrance Area015A: 621.885 m2H: 4.00 mPublic Cloakroom021A: 31.154 m2H: 4.00 mResturant UG Corridor021A: 56.689 m2H: 4.00 mCataloguing Area006A: 81.298 m2H: 7.28 mSorting Space015A: 103.616 m2H: 7.28 mInterim Storage (Isolated)016A: 52.998 m2H: 7.28 mDepot Clear Circ H-7.2m012A: 159.324 m2H: 7.28 mPhotographic Cataloguing004A: 96.365 m2H: 7.28 mDepot Clear Circ H-7.2m012A: 111.685 m2H: 7.28 mExhibtion Equiptment Storage025A: 90.692 m2H: 4.00 mMeeting Place & Chill Out Zone021A: 337.331 m2H: 4.00 mFire Cor / Staff Enterance017A: 36.215 m2H: 4.00 mTate Cafe & Resturant (seating)014A: 317.785 m2H: 7.28 mPerformace Space "The Cave"022A: 151.988 m2H: 7.28 mMech.020A: 1.044 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.476 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.477 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 1.029 m2H: 4.00 mCave 2 Gallery (void below)022A: 20.274 m2H: 4.00 mTate Shop Store026A: 87.065 m2H: 4.00 mICT021A: 2.870 m2H: 4.00 mCleaners Room022A: 9.439 m2H: 4.00 mInformal Educational Screenings022A: 104.848 m2H: 3.28 mInformal Educational Screenings022A: 87.192 m2H: 3.28 mWheelie Bins026A: 19.720 m2H: 4.00 mPlant027A: 65.228 m2H: 4.00 mInterim Storage (Clean)016A: 50.914 m2H: 7.28 m5.77%23 x 0.174 = 4.000123423 x 0.174 = 4.000123425 x 0.160 = 4.00012345678910111213141516171819202122232425Public Street / Ramp016A: 1,097.911 m2H: 0.00 mTate Shop012A: 178.237 m2H: 7.28 mLoading Bay001A: 244.824 m2H: 7.28 mFire Cor017A: 74.523 m2H: 7.28 m22x0.164=3.600123416151413121110987654321G F E D C B A9.37%9.75 %Toilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 4.00 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 4.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2H: 18.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mExhibtion Gallery023A: 1,225.129 m2H: 4.00 mFire Corridor022A: 65.211 m2H: 4.00 mDark Gallery023A: 925.353 m2H: 8.00 mPublic / Circulation Space024A: 746.636 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 1.044 m2H: 4.00 mExhibtion Prep Space & Store025A: 215.195 m2H: 4.00 mTate Offices014A: 284.707 m2H: 7.28 mMetal Workshop022A: 276.785 m2H: 3.28 mWood Workshop023A: 358.548 m2H: 3.28 mElectr020A: 1.476 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mICT021A: 2.870 m2H: 4.00 mCleaners Room022A: 9.439 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.477 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 0.704 m2H: 4.00 mCleaners Room022A: 12.860 m2H: 4.00 mFire Corridor022A: 61.450 m2H: 4.00 m25 x 0.160 = 4.0001314151617181920212223242523 x 0.174 = 4.000123423 x 0.174 = 4.0001234199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/516151413121110987654321G F E D C B A9.37%9.75 %Sessel0199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5 199/5199/5 199/5000000Void AboveToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 4.00 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 4.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2H: 18.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mStudios Corridor021A: 82.860 m2H: 4.00 mTransport Corridor021A: 36.470 m2H: 4.00 mExhibtion Gallery023A: 731.652 m2H: 4.00 mPublic / Circulation Space024A: 613.695 m2H: 4.00 mStudios020A: 575.250 m2H: 4.00 mExhibtion Prep Space & Store025A: 214.167 m2H: 4.00 mFire Corridor022A: 66.380 m2H: 4.00 mLearing Space022A: 557.376 m2H: 8.00 mBalcony / Long Installation023A: 135.535 m2H: 4.00 mICT021A: 2.870 m2H: 4.00 mCleaners Room022A: 9.439 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.477 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 1.061 m2H: 4.00 mCleaners Room022A: 12.860 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 1.044 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.476 m2H: 4.00 m Pipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mDark Gallery024A: 849.269 m2H: 8.00 mRamp025A: 99.018 m2H: 4.00 mPlant028A: 373.771 m2H: 2.00 m23 x 0.174 = 4.000123423 x 0.174 = 4.0001234199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/5199/516151413121110987654321G F E D C B A9.50%9.75 %Toilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 4.00 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 4.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2H: 18.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mPaid for Exhibtion Gallery023A: 597.024 m2H: 4.00 mPublic / Circulation Space024A: 731.824 m2H: 4.00 mStudios020A: 575.208 m2H: 4.00 mStudios Corridor021A: 83.922 m2H: 4.00 mStudio Storage025A: 215.260 m2H: 4.00 mLearning Space021A: 658.835 m2H: 4.00 mFire Corridor022A: 64.912 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.477 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 1.058 m2H: 4.00 mCleaners Room022A: 12.860 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 1.245 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.476 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mICT021A: 2.870 m2H: 4.00 mCleaners Room022A: 9.439 m2H: 4.00 mDark Gallery024A: 997.029 m2H: 4.00 mCleaners Cupboard022A: 15.674 m2H: 4.00 mElectr023A: 1.125 m2H: 3.28 mStudios Corridor021A: 37.349 m2H: 4.00 m23 x 0.174 = 4.000123456789101112131415161718192021222323 x 0.174 = 4.000123416151413121110987654321G F E D C B AToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 4.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mPlant & Out of Bounds024A: 254.728 m2<floor type>H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.477 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 1.029 m2H: 4.00 mExhibtion Gallery023A: 1,696.934 m2H: 4.00 mPublic / Circulation Space024A: 343.720 m2H: 4.00 mCleaners Room022A: 12.860 m2H: 4.00 mService Lift024A: 21.403 m2<floor type>H: 4.00 mPublic Sculpture Garden025A: 2,297.528 m2<floor type>H: 4.00 mWind Break024A: 77.187 m2H: 4.00 mRamp025A: 44.497 m2H: 4.00 m23 x 0.174 = 4.0001234
  13. 13. GROUND FLOOR: 1:50022x0.164=3.600123415x0.172=2.5801234567891011121314153.05%6.11%29x0.113=3.280123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627281413121110987IHGFED25x0.131=3.280123456789101112131415161718192021222324254.14%15 x 0.172 = 2.5801234567891011121314153x0.167=0.5001233x0.167=0.5001233.48%6.73% 6.73%Sessel000000000016151413121110987654321G F E D C B A8.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.400109.20010.20010.20010.20010.20012.5m12.5mVoid AboveStorage under rampStorage under rampStaircase03A: 19.065 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2H: 18.00 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 3.28 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2H: 3.28 mExhibtion Cave 2021A: 99.879 m2H: 3.28 mPhotographic Cataloguing004A: 129.778 m2H: 7.28 mCataloguing Area006A: 81.298 m2H: 7.28 mDepot H-3.2m011A: 193.226 m2H: 3.28 mTate Cafe & Coffee014A: 217.103 m2H: 7.28 mSorting Space015A: 104.194 m2H: 7.28 mInterim Storage (Clean)016A: 51.613 m2H: 7.28 mA: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking8A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking9A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking10A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking11A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking12A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking13A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking14A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking15A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking16A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking17A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking18A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking19A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking20A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking21A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking22A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking23A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking24A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking25A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking26A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking27A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking28A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking29A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking30A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking31A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringconcrete flooringParking39A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking40A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking41A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking42A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking43A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking44A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking45A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking46A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking47A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking48A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking49A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking50A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking51A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking52A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking53A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking54A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking55A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking56A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking57A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking58A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking59A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking60A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking61A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking62A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking63A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking64A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking65A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking66A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking67A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking68A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking69A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking79A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking80A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking81A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking82A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking83A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking84A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking85A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking86A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking87A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking88A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking89A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking90A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking91A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking92A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking93A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking94A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking95A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking96A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking97A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking98A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking99A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking100A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking101A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking102A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking103A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking104A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking105A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking106A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking107A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking108A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking109A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking110A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking111A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking114A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking115A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking116A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking117A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking118A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking119A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking120A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking121A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking122A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking124A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking125A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking127A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking128A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringLifts03A: 7.694 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mLifts03A: 7.694 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mParking129A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringInterim Storage (Isolated)016A: 49.855 m2H: 7.28 mDepot H-7.2m012A: 158.159 m2H: 7.28 mDepot Clear Circ H-7.2m012A: 108.768 m2H: 7.28 mDepot H-3.2m011A: 230.717 m2H: 3.28 mThe Cave / Performance & Instal021A: 562.664 m2H: 3.28 mMech.020A: 1.044 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.476 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.477 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 1.030 m2H: 4.00 mPublic Circulation015A: 110.692 m2H: 3.28 mAuditorium021A: 299.996 m2H: 4.00 mResturant Kitchen and Store025A: 72.363 m2H: 4.00 mTate Shop Store026A: 87.065 m2H: 3.28 mParking102A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking103A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking104A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking105A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking106A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking107A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking108A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking109A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking110A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking111A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking102A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking103A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking104A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking105A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking106A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking107A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking108A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking109A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking110A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking111A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking112A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking113A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking39A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking40A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking41A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking42A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking43A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking44A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking45A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking46A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking47A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking19A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking20A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking21A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking22A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking23A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking24A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking25A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking26A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking27A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking28A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking29A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking30A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking66A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking67A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking68A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking69A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking69A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringAuditorium Store & Prep Space021A: 49.026 m2H: 3.28 mAuditorium Stage021A: 82.184 m2H: 3.28 mCleaners Room022A: 8.866 m2H: 4.00 mWheelie Bins026A: 19.720 m2H: 4.00 mPlant027A: 65.228 m2concrete floorH: 4.00 mDepot H-2.2m008A: 159.698 m2H: 2.50 mDeep Storage H-2m010A: 155.511 m2H: 1.60 mPublic Street / Ramp018A: 785.695 m2H: 0.00 m5.77%21 x 0.156 = 3.280123421 x 0.156 = 3.280123421x0.156=3.280123421x0.156=3.2801234Fire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent017A: 296.765 m2H: 3.28 mTate Book & Print Shop012A: 179.244 m2H: 7.28 mFire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent017A: 140.292 m2H: 3.28 mLoading Bay001A: 245.145 m2H: 7.28 m
  14. 14. UPPER GROUND FLOOR: 1:50022x0.164=3.600567891011121314151617181920212215x0.172=2.58067891011121314153.05%6.11%29x0.113=3.2801234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272825x0.131=3.280123456789101112131415161718192021222324254.14%15 x 0.172 = 2.58067891011121314156.73% 6.73%16151413121110987654321G F E D C B ASessel00000Sessel000000Sessel000000Sessel00000Sessel000False inclining ceilingToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 4.00 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 4.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2H: 18.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mSecurity014A: 80.095 m2H: 4.00 mTate Reception & Ticket Sales014A: 104.804 m2H: 4.00 mPublic Space & Entrance Area015A: 621.885 m2H: 4.00 mPublic Cloakroom021A: 31.154 m2H: 4.00 mResturant UG Corridor021A: 56.689 m2H: 4.00 mCataloguing Area006A: 81.298 m2H: 7.28 mSorting Space015A: 103.616 m2H: 7.28 mInterim Storage (Isolated)016A: 52.998 m2H: 7.28 mDepot Clear Circ H-7.2m012A: 159.324 m2H: 7.28 mPhotographic Cataloguing004A: 96.365 m2H: 7.28 mDepot Clear Circ H-7.2m012A: 111.685 m2H: 7.28 mExhibtion Equiptment Storage025A: 90.692 m2H: 4.00 mMeeting Place & Chill Out Zone021A: 337.331 m2H: 4.00 mFire Cor / Staff Enterance017A: 36.215 m2H: 4.00 mTate Cafe & Resturant (seating)014A: 317.785 m2H: 7.28 mPerformace Space "The Cave"022A: 151.988 m2H: 7.28 mMech.020A: 1.044 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.476 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.477 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 1.029 m2H: 4.00 mCave 2 Gallery (void below)022A: 20.274 m2H: 4.00 mTate Shop Store026A: 87.065 m2H: 4.00 mICT021A: 2.870 m2H: 4.00 mCleaners Room022A: 9.439 m2H: 4.00 mInformal Educational Screenings022A: 104.848 m2H: 3.28 mInformal Educational Screenings022A: 87.192 m2H: 3.28 mWheelie Bins026A: 19.720 m2H: 4.00 mPlant027A: 65.228 m2H: 4.00 mInterim Storage (Clean)016A: 50.914 m2H: 7.28 m5.77%23 x 0.174 = 4.000123423 x 0.174 = 4.000123425 x 0.160 = 4.00012345678910111213141516171819202122232425Public Street / Ramp016A: 1,097.911 m2H: 0.00 mTate Shop012A: 178.237 m2H: 7.28 mLoading Bay001A: 244.824 m2H: 7.28 mFire Cor017A: 74.523 m2H: 7.28 m
  15. 15. VIEW FROM THE HARBOUR
  16. 16. VIEW FROM THE PROMENADE (NEXT TO M-SHED)
  17. 17. VIEW FROM THE PARK PLINTH
  18. 18. VIEW FROM WITHIN ONE OF THE NORTH FACING GALLERIES
  19. 19. MAIN DIGITAL SPACE
  20. 20. VIEW FROM THE CAVE
  21. 21. INFORMAL INSTALLATION / DIGITAL SPACE
  22. 22. TATE BRISTOL: VARIOUS INTERIOR VIEWS
  23. 23. SPIKE ISLAND SITE ANALYSISGPGPGPPostsPathHarbourWalkHarbourWalkPlinthEl Sub StaThe Create Environment CentreBristol Record OfficeWarehouse36Maritime2438NapierCourt1322128Works21259694Heritage33PH130237to12172332RowingClubCrane20133Centre12338HopeCourt2724101224Museum131251337Works31WorksPHTk19119272931151140PortlandCourt11134Works33to44WorksWorksPC31Works1022Works120222612122403239Dockyard3612232El Sub Sta30Wapping1417(PH)24141722JohnCabotCourt303913Post131921Depot133715161225175 to1019Rescue1511Tk3610191623Warehouse201to12262525Cottage11192222241329EngineHouse26165to102932Club1131to362918Underfall Yard202421365to102714271214152031Hydraulic161230to3514(Sea Cadet Corps)20CourtTS Adventure233920WestbrookeCourt141a284027255to1028Water Leisure24OldDockCottages2637Hope1518Court23MeredithCourt26Centre25The15272228192812PH1816Inn3930to3513173029173837DealCottage38232121Weare18113818CumberlandPerretts CourtMerchants Row246El Sub Sta8614 to49Landmark CourtMuseumThe QuaysCourt1 to30819072Old Jail WorkshopsPC1 to12806617to34Westgate1 to1 to40Liberty GardensPennon Rise35to501to16913to61291 to84SteamshipHouseMuseumTrinMillsPH21Daubeny131 to176to12Court181to18El Sub Sta10ByzantineCourtMuseumMerrick Court1 to16BathurstParadeMerchantsHouseDepot12JubileeHouseASHMEADWAYPLACEGRENVILLECUMBERLANDROADBRUNSWICKPLACESMEATONROADMC ADAMWAYBRUNELLOCK ROADCUMBERLANDROADCANADAWAYGEFLECLOSEGASFERRYROADSYDNEY ROWMARDYKEFERRYROADCALEDONIANROADHANOVERPLACECANADAWAYBRUNEL LOCKROADMC ADAMWAYCUMBERLANDCLOSEASHTON AVENUECUMBERLANDROADAVONCRESCENTNOVASCOTIA PLACECUMBERLAND ROADCALEDONIAN ROADWAPPINGROADDRAYCOTPLACECHALLONER COURTCUMBERLANDROADPiers(Swing)Swing-bridgeCnBollardsTCBBollardCaissonBollardsBollardBollardsChyJettyBollardsBollardsBollardsBollardsCaissonBollardFBFBCumberland Basin BridgeChyTCBStone(Swing)BollardsLBTravellingCranesCraneBolBollardsBollardsBolSluiceSluiceEl Sub StaSubElStaBollardsBolsCnBolBollardsBolBollardsCnBolsBollardsCnMudMudMudMudMudSMSMSlopingmasonryMean High WaterMeanHighWaterMean Low Water SpringsMean High WaterMLWMudMudMean LowWaterCar ParkSlopingmasonrySlopingmasonrySMSlopingmasonrySloping masonrySubSSGreat BritainSlipwaySMElSMGravingDockStaSMChatham WharfPatentSlip(Activities Centre)SlipwayCar ParkSlipwayAvon QuayEl SubStaCaravan SiteSlopingmasonrySMSMSMSMSMSMCar ParkSMCar ParkCar ParkBalticWharfBaltic WharfCar ParkSlopingmasonryBathurst WharfSMSM9.1m9.4m9.1m10.4m8.5m9.1m9.4m8.5m9.4m8.2m13.7m14.9m14.0m9.4m9.4m10.7m12.5mWappingRailwayWharfRailway(disused)MPWappingRailway WharfAlbion Docks BoatyardWharfWharfPrincesWharfWapping Railway WharfMerchants QuayPrincesWharfBuildingsPathsGreenLanesN1:50002527SlopingmasonryGPGPGPPostsPathHarbourWalkHarbourWalkPlinthEl Sub StaThe Create Environment CentreBristol Record OfficeWarehouse36Maritime2438NapierCourt1322128Works21259694Heritage33PH130237to12172332RowingClubCrane20133Centre12338HopeCourt2724101224Museum131251337Works31WorksPHTk19119272931151140PortlandCourt11134Works33to44WorksWorksPC31Works1022Works120222612122403239Dockyard3612232El Sub Sta30Wapping1417(PH)24141722JohnCabotCourt303913Post131921Depot133715161225175 to1019Rescue1511Tk3610191623Warehouse201to12262525Cottage11192222241329EngineHouse26165to102932Club1131to362918Underfall Yard202421365to102714271214152031Hydraulic161230to3514(Sea Cadet Corps)20CourtTS Adventure233920WestbrookeCourt141a284027255to1028Water Leisure24OldDockCottages2637Hope1518Court23MeredithCourt26Centre25The15272228192812PH1816Inn3930to3513173029173837DealCottage38232121Weare18113818CumberlandPerrettsCourtMerchantsRow246El Sub Sta8614 to49Landmark CourtMuseumThe QuaysCourt1 to30819072Old Jail WorkshopsPC1 to12806617to34Westgate1 to1 to40Liberty GardensPennon Rise35to501to16913to61291 to84SteamshipHouseMuseumTrinMillsPH21Daubeny131 to176to12Court181to18El Sub Sta10ByzantineCourtMuseumMerrick Court1 to16BathurstParadeMerchantsHouseDepot12JubileeHouseASHMEADWAYPLACEGRENVILLECUMBERLANDROADBRUNSWICKPLACESMEATONROADMC ADAMWAYBRUNEL LOCKROADCUMBERLANDROADCANADAWAYGEFLECLOSEGASFERRYROADSYDNEYROWMARDYKEFERRYROADCALEDONIANROADHANOVERPLACECANADAWAYBRUNELLOCKROADMC ADAMWAYCUMBERLANDCLOSEASHTONAVENUECUMBERLAND ROADAVONCRESCENTNOVASCOTIAPLACECUMBERLAND ROADCALEDONIAN ROADWAPPINGROADDRAYCOTPLACECHALLONER COURTCUMBERLANDROADPiers(Swing)Swing-bridgeCnBollardsTCBBollardCaissonBollardsBollardBollardsChyJettyBollardsBollardsBollardsBollardsCaissonBollardFBFBCumberland Basin BridgeChyTCBStone(Swing)BollardsLBTravellingCranesCraneBolBollardsBollardsBolSluiceSluiceEl Sub StaSubElStaBollardsBolsCnBolBollardsBolBollardsCnBolsBollardsCnMudMudMudMudMudSMSMSlopingmasonryMean High WaterMeanHighWaterMean Low Water SpringsMean High WaterMLWMudMudMeanLowWaterCar ParkSlopingmasonrySlopingmasonrySMSlopingmasonrySlopingmasonrySubSSGreatBritainSlipwaySMElSMGravingDockStaSMChatham WharfPatentSlip(Activities Centre)SlipwayCar ParkSlipwayAvon QuayEl SubStaCaravan SiteSlopingmasonrySMSMSMSMSMSMCar ParkSMCar ParkCar ParkBalticWharfBalticWharfCar ParkSlopingmasonryBathurst WharfSMSM9.1m9.4m9.1m10.4m8.5m9.1m9.4m8.5m9.4m8.2m13.7m14.9m14.0m9.4m9.4m10.7m12.5mWappingRailwayWharfRailway(disused)MPWappingRailwayWharfAlbion Docks BoatyardWharfWharfPrinces WharfWapping Railway WharfMerchants QuayPrinces WharfBuildingsPathsGreenLanesN1:50002527SlopingmasonryARoadMainRoadsMinorRoadsLanesPathsLanesBuildingsBuildingsLanesBackGardensRestrictedAreasRestrictedRoadSemiPublicPathsCaravanParkGreenSUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTAs part of our Studio B site anaylsis, I was set the task to ‘map’ the ‘transportation and communication’ within Spike Island.METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNTFrom a DWG site plan of Spike Island, in Archicad, I started separating areas into their different functions and uses. I made one ‘map’ with alluses on it and I put each separate use on its own layer. From this one drawing with lots of information - I could then turn off other layers topoduce a series of drawings which communicated different functions and usesANALYTICAL ACCOUNTBecasue of the amibguity of the spaces on Spike Island - mapping the pedestrian routes was not always straight forward. For example thepedestrian route or desire way may include cutting through a carpark or an unused/undesignated space. This unplanned aspect to theisland I found quite refreshing. Figure grounds are interesting, but perhaps not always useful. I combined the layers of the figure groundwith the houses back gardens and also restricted zones physical and psychological.The diagram which explodes these different ‘maps’ upwards - I found not really necessary and it was easier to view these drawingsindividually on plan view.SPIKE ISLAND SITE ANALYSISGPGPGPPostsPathHarbourWalkHarbourWalkASHMEADWAYPLACEGRENVILLECUMBERLANDROADBRUNSWICKPLACESMEATONROADMC ADAMWAYBRUNELLOCK ROADCUMBERLANDROADCANADAWAYGEFLECLOSEGASFERRYROADSYDNEY ROWMARDYKEFERRYROADCALEDONIANROADHANOVERPLACECANADAWAYBRUNEL LOCKROADMC ADAMWAYCUMBERLANDCLOSEASHTON AVENUECUMBERLANDROADAVONCRESCENTNOVASCOTIA PLACECUMBERLAND ROADCALEDONIAN ROADWAPPINGROADDRAYCOTPLACECHALLONER COURTCUMBERLANDROADPiers(Swing)Swing-bridgeCnBollardsTCBBollardCaissonBollardsBollardBollardsChyJettyBollardsBollardsCCBollardsBollardsCaissonBollardFBFBCumberland Basin BridgeChyTCBStone(Swing)BollardsLBTravellingCranesCraneBolBollardsBollardsBolSluiceSluiceEl Sub StaSubElStaBollardsBolsCnBolBollardsBolBollardsCnBolsBollardsCnMudMudMudMudMudSMSMSlopingmasonryMean High WaterMeanHighWaterMean Low Water SpringsMean High WaterMLWMudMudMean LowWaterCar ParkSlopingmasonrySlopingmasonrySMSlopingmasonrySloping masonrySubSSGreat BritainSlipwaySMElSMGravingDockStaSMChatham WharfPatentSlip(Activities Centre)SlipwayCar ParkSlipwayAvon QuayEl SubStaSlopingmasonrySMSMSMSMSMSMCar ParkSMCar ParkCar ParkBalticWharfBaltic WharfCar ParkSlopingmasonryBathurst WharfSMSM9.1m9.4m9.1m10.4m8.5m9.1m9.4m8.5m9.4m8.2m13.7m14.9m14.0m9.4m9.4m10.7m12.5mWappingRailwayWharfRailway(disused)MPWappingRailway WharfAlbion Docks BoatyardWharfWharfPrincesWharfWapping Railway WharfMerchants QuayPrincesWharfSlopingmasonryGPGPGPPostsPathHarbourWalkHarbourWalkASHMEADWAYPLACEGRENVILLECUMBERLANDROADBRUNSWICKPLACESMEATONROADMC ADAMWAYBRUNELLOCK ROADCUMBERLANDROADCANADAWAYGEFLECLOSEGASFERRYROADSYDNEY ROWMARDYKEFERRYROADCALEDONIANROADHANOVERPLACECANADAWAYBRUNEL LOCKROADMC ADAMWAYCUMBERLANDCLOSEASHTON AVENUECUMBERLANDROADAVONCRESCENTNOVASCOTIA PLACECUMBERLAND ROADCALEDONIAN ROADWAPPINGROADDRAYCOTPLACECHALLONER COURTCUMBERLANDROADPiers(Swing)Swing-bridgeCnBollardsTCBBollardCaissonBollardsBollardBollardsChyJettyBollardsBollardsCCBollardsBollardsCaissonBollardFBFBCumberland Basin BridgeChyTCBStone(Swing)BollardsLBTravellingCranesCraneBolBollardsBollardsBolSluiceSluiceEl Sub StaSubElStaBollardsBolsCnBolBollardsBolBollardsCnBolsBollardsCnMudMudMudMudMudSMSMSlopingmasonryMean High WaterMeanHighWaterMean Low Water SpringsMean High WaterMLWMudMudMean LowWaterCar ParkSlopingmasonrySlopingmasonrySMSlopingmasonrySloping masonrySubSSGreat BritainSlipwaySMElSMGravingDockStaSMChatham WharfPatentSlip(Activities Centre)SlipwayCar ParkSlipwayAvon QuayEl SubStaCaravan SiteSlopingmasonrySMSMSMSMSMSMCar ParkSMCar ParkCar ParkBalticWharfBaltic WharfCar ParkSlopingmasonryBathurst WharfSMSM9.1m9.4m9.1m10.4m8.5m9.1m9.4m8.5m9.4m8.2m13.7m14.9m14.0m9.4m9.4m10.7m12.5mWappingRailwayWharfRailway(disused)MPWappingRailway WharfAlbion Docks BoatyardWharfWharfPrincesWharfWapping Railway WharfMerchants QuayPrincesWharfSlopingmasonrySPIKE ISLAND SITE ANALYSIS: FREEDOM AND CONTROLSUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTAs well as mapping the transportation and communications I was also given the task, ofunofficial site analysis, to record the levels of ‘Freedom and Control’ on the island.METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNTAs I walked around the site I marked on a scale of 1 to 5 the levels of comfortability I feltin all areas on Spike Island. Using the same Archicad drawing I recorded these findingsonto the computer and translated the numerical data to the visual representation in theform of colour.ANALYTICAL ACCOUNTBecause of the subjectivity of the experiment 3 other people were called in to do thesame task. It appears I felt more comfortable than everyone else. Representing the datain colour - using the gradient from yellow (comfortable/freedom) to red (control) wasvisually informative.SPIKE ISLAND SITE ANALYSIS: FREEDOM AND CONTROL
  24. 24. SITE PLAN / MASTERPLAN22x0.164=3.600123415x0.172=2.5801234567891011121314153.05%6.11%29x0.113=3.280123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627281413121110987654321K JIHGFEDCBA025x0.131=3.280123456789101112131415161718192021222324254.14%15 x 0.172 = 2.5801234567891011121314153x0.167=0.5001233x0.167=0.5001233.48%6.73% 6.73%Sessel000000000016151413121110987654321G F E D C B A8.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.400109.20010.20010.20010.20010.20010.20010.20010.20010.20010.20010.200WAPPINGROADDRAYCOTPLACE9.4mCHALLONER COURT9.4m10.7m12.5mCUMBERLAND ROAD12.5m10.7m9.4m9.4mVoid AboveStorage under rampStorage under rampStaircase03A: 19.065 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2H: 18.00 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 3.28 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2H: 3.28 mExhibtion Cave 2021A: 99.879 m2H: 3.28 mPhotographic Cataloguing004A: 129.778 m2H: 7.28 mCataloguing Area006A: 81.298 m2H: 7.28 mDepot H-3.2m011A: 193.226 m2H: 3.28 mTate Cafe & Coffee014A: 217.103 m2H: 7.28 mSorting Space015A: 104.194 m2H: 7.28 mInterim Storage (Clean)016A: 51.613 m2H: 7.28 mParking1A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking2A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking3A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking4A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking5A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking6A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking7A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking8A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking9A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking10A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking11A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking12A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking13A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking14A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking15A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking16A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking17A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking18A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking19A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking20A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking21A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking22A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking23A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking24A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking25A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking26A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking27A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking28A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking29A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking30A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking31A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking32A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking33A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking34A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking35A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking36A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking39A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking40A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking41A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking42A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking43A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking44A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking45A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking46A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking47A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking48A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking49A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking50A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking51A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking52A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking53A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking54A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking55A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking56A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking57A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking58A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking59A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking60A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking61A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking62A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking63A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking64A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking65A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking66A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking67A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking68A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking69A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking79A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking80A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking81A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking82A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking83A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking84A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking85A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking86A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking87A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking88A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking89A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking90A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking91A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking92A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking93A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking94A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking95A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking96A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking97A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking98A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking99A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking100A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking101A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking102A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking103A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking104A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking105A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking106A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking107A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking108A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking109A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking110A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking111A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking114A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking115A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking116A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking117A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking118A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking119A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking120A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking121A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking122A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking124A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking125A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking127A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking128A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringLifts03A: 7.694 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mLifts03A: 7.694 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mParking129A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringInterim Storage (Isolated)016A: 49.855 m2H: 7.28 mDepot H-7.2m012A: 158.159 m2H: 7.28 mDepot Clear Circ H-7.2m012A: 108.768 m2H: 7.28 mDepot H-3.2m011A: 230.717 m2H: 3.28 mThe Cave / Performance & Instal021A: 562.664 m2H: 3.28 mMech.020A: 1.044 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.476 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.477 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 1.030 m2H: 4.00 mPublic Circulation015A: 110.692 m2H: 3.28 mAuditorium021A: 299.996 m2H: 4.00 mResturant Kitchen and Store025A: 72.363 m2H: 4.00 mTate Shop Store026A: 87.065 m2H: 3.28 mParking102A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking103A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking104A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking105A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking106A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking107A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking108A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking109A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking110A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking111A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking102A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking103A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking104A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking105A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking106A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking107A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking108A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking109A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking110A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking111A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking112A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking113A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking39A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking40A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking41A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking42A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking43A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking44A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking45A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking46A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking47A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking19A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking20A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking21A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking22A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking23A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking24A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking25A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking26A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking27A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking28A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking29A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking30A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking66A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking67A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking68A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking69A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking69A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringAuditorium Store & Prep Space021A: 49.026 m2H: 3.28 mAuditorium Stage021A: 82.184 m2H: 3.28 mCleaners Room022A: 8.866 m2H: 4.00 mWheelie Bins026A: 19.720 m2H: 4.00 mPlant027A: 65.228 m2concrete floorH: 4.00 mDepot H-2.2m008A: 159.698 m2H: 2.50 mDeep Storage H-2m010A: 155.511 m2H: 1.60 mPublic Street / Ramp018A: 785.695 m2H: 0.00 m5.77%21 x 0.156 = 3.280123421 x 0.156 = 3.280123421x0.156=3.280123421x0.156=3.2801234Fire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent017A: 296.765 m2H: 3.28 mTate Book & Print Shop012A: 179.244 m2H: 7.28 mFire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent017A: 140.292 m2H: 3.28 mLoading Bay001A: 245.145 m2H: 7.28 mSUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTThe last three images are of masterplans of theproposed Whapping Wharf site on Spike Island.METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNTThese 3 masterplan drawings were all produced usingArchicad, but the render on the previous page was thentaken into Artlantis where textures were added.ANALYTICAL ACCOUNTI feel that this plan on this page is very successful. It isquite a beautiful drawing and there is more informationfor the proposed building. The beige colour of ‘street’/promandae is continued through the centre of theproposed building to emphasise that the buildingsatrium space is to be seen as a route through and anextension of the public realm.The render on the previous page is very impressiveas it shows that the surrounding buildings have beenmodelled and it is possible to view the proposedbuildings in relation to their context. However, therender does appear very computerized and in thatsense it is not very realistic at all. I think at least placingsome people on this render and boats in the river wouldhelp give that drawing a bit of life.The wire-frame drawing (2 pages back) is alsoimpressive. It is good to see the 2 grids (of the proposedbuildings and of the car park/public park plinth. Also itis possible to understand the heights of the buildingwith the wire-frame, as well as the topology of land.However, as far as a wire-frame drawing this one isnot really very useful. Wire-frames are good, but it isimportant to be clear about what is being shown. Awire-frame masterplan is from too far away to be ableto be useful.MASTERPLAN SKETCHESINITIAL MASTERPLAN RENDERSSUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTThese initial computer renders show the proportionatedimensions of the newly proposed major buildings inrelation to one another and in relation to the existingbuildings on site.METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNTThe existing buildings on this model are just masses andalso, at this point of the design, the proposed buildingstoo are simply masses. These masses were all modelledaccurately on Archicad.ANALYTICAL ACCOUNTAs a means to design from, the modelling of theexising surrounding buildings and the overall site wasvery useful to me. Meaning I could then focus on thedesigning of the proposed building(s)RENDERED MASTERPLAN
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SITE PLAN / MASTERPLAN22x0.164=3.600123415x0.172=2.5801234567891011121314153.05%6.11%29x0.113=3.280123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627281413121110987654321K JIHGFEDCBA025x0.131=3.280123456789101112131415161718192021222324254.14%15 x 0.172 = 2.5801234567891011121314153x0.167=0.5001233x0.167=0.5001233.48%6.73% 6.73%Sessel000000000016151413121110987654321G F E D C B A8.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.4008.400109.20010.20010.20010.20010.20010.20010.20010.20010.20010.20010.200WAPPINGROADDRAYCOTPLACE9.4mCHALLONER COURT9.4m10.7m12.5mCUMBERLAND ROAD12.5m10.7m9.4m9.4mVoid AboveStorage under rampStorage under rampStaircase03A: 19.065 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mStaircase03A: 19.065 m2H: 18.00 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2ceramic tileH: 3.28 mToilet02A: 41.925 m2H: 3.28 mExhibtion Cave 2021A: 99.879 m2H: 3.28 mPhotographic Cataloguing004A: 129.778 m2H: 7.28 mCataloguing Area006A: 81.298 m2H: 7.28 mDepot H-3.2m011A: 193.226 m2H: 3.28 mTate Cafe & Coffee014A: 217.103 m2H: 7.28 mSorting Space015A: 104.194 m2H: 7.28 mInterim Storage (Clean)016A: 51.613 m2H: 7.28 mParking1A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking2A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking3A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking4A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking5A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking6A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking7A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking8A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking9A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking10A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking11A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking12A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking13A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking14A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking15A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking16A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking17A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking18A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking19A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking20A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking21A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking22A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking23A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking24A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking25A: 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m2concrete flooringParking117A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking118A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking119A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking120A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking121A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking122A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking124A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking125A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking127A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking128A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringLifts03A: 7.694 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mLifts03A: 7.694 m2ceramic tileH: 18.00 mParking129A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringInterim Storage (Isolated)016A: 49.855 m2H: 7.28 mDepot H-7.2m012A: 158.159 m2H: 7.28 mDepot Clear Circ H-7.2m012A: 108.768 m2H: 7.28 mDepot H-3.2m011A: 230.717 m2H: 3.28 mThe Cave / Performance & Instal021A: 562.664 m2H: 3.28 mMech.020A: 1.044 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.476 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mElectr020A: 1.477 m2H: 4.00 mPipe Work020A: 0.861 m2H: 4.00 mMech.020A: 1.030 m2H: 4.00 mPublic Circulation015A: 110.692 m2H: 3.28 mAuditorium021A: 299.996 m2H: 4.00 mResturant Kitchen and Store025A: 72.363 m2H: 4.00 mTate Shop Store026A: 87.065 m2H: 3.28 mParking102A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking103A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking104A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking105A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking106A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking107A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking108A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking109A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking110A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking111A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking102A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking103A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking104A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking105A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking106A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking107A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking108A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking109A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking110A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking111A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking112A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking113A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking39A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking40A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking41A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking42A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking43A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking44A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking45A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking46A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking47A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking19A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking20A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking21A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking22A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking23A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking24A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking25A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking26A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking27A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking28A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking29A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking30A: 14.000 m2concrete flooringParking66A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking67A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking68A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking69A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringParking69A: 12.750 m2concrete flooringAuditorium Store & Prep Space021A: 49.026 m2H: 3.28 mAuditorium Stage021A: 82.184 m2H: 3.28 mCleaners Room022A: 8.866 m2H: 4.00 mWheelie Bins026A: 19.720 m2H: 4.00 mPlant027A: 65.228 m2concrete floorH: 4.00 mDepot H-2.2m008A: 159.698 m2H: 2.50 mDeep Storage H-2m010A: 155.511 m2H: 1.60 mPublic Street / Ramp018A: 785.695 m2H: 0.00 m5.77%21 x 0.156 = 3.280123421 x 0.156 = 3.280123421x0.156=3.280123421x0.156=3.2801234Fire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent017A: 296.765 m2H: 3.28 mTate Book & Print Shop012A: 179.244 m2H: 7.28 mFire Cor / Staff & Artist Ent017A: 140.292 m2H: 3.28 mLoading Bay001A: 245.145 m2H: 7.28 mSUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTThe last three images are of masterplans of theproposed Whapping Wharf site on Spike Island.METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNTThese 3 masterplan drawings were all produced usingArchicad, but the render on the previous page was thentaken into Artlantis where textures were added.ANALYTICAL ACCOUNTI feel that this plan on this page is very successful. It isquite a beautiful drawing and there is more informationfor the proposed building. The beige colour of ‘street’/promandae is continued through the centre of theproposed building to emphasise that the buildingsatrium space is to be seen as a route through and anextension of the public realm.The render on the previous page is very impressiveas it shows that the surrounding buildings have beenmodelled and it is possible to view the proposedbuildings in relation to their context. However, therender does appear very computerized and in thatsense it is not very realistic at all. I think at least placingsome people on this render and boats in the river wouldhelp give that drawing a bit of life.The wire-frame drawing (2 pages back) is alsoimpressive. It is good to see the 2 grids (of the proposedbuildings and of the car park/public park plinth. Also itis possible to understand the heights of the buildingwith the wire-frame, as well as the topology of land.However, as far as a wire-frame drawing this one isnot really very useful. Wire-frames are good, but it isimportant to be clear about what is being shown. Awire-frame masterplan is from too far away to be ableto be useful.
  26. 26. COMPETITION ENTRY INITIAL DRAWINGSSUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTFor a two week project I had to produce two separatedevelopment proposals as competition entries. One ofthese competition entries was situated on the WhappingWharf site (behind M-Shed). From this, because the ideaswere not yet set in stone and there were many sketchesand ideas still up in the air I wanted the final image toappear sketchy.METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNTI did make a 3D model in Sketchup to achieve the correctgeometries and perspectives. I then imported it intoArchicad, to use their in built renderer to produce a seriesof experiments, to make the computerised model appearsketchy again. I then hand-drew in some people. I overlaidvarious different experiments to produce the final image.ANALYTICAL ACCOUNTI found that this way of representing proposals quiteeffective. The hand-drawn quality to the picture ispleasant and ‘soft’ to look at. Also, maybe, it allowsthe viewer to use their imagination more. For the finalposter where I included many sketched on one page -perhaps this was not the most effect way of presenting acompetition entry. I wanted to show that there was lots ofideas and potentials about several different buildings onthe site, but perhaps this came across as confusing andtoo much information on one page.INITIAL DRAWINGS IDEAS FOR THE LIBRARY OF BRISTOL PROPOSAL TATE BRISTOL INITIAL SKETCHES AND IDEASMASTERPLAN SKETCHES
  27. 27. research quesƟon 3figure 2.1: site plan 1:10000figure 2.2: site plan 1:2500Research QuesƟonWhat quality does the enclave bring to thespace?An enclave is a territory whose geo-graphical boundaries lie enƟrely with-in the boundaries of another territory.figure 3.1: isometryfigure 3.2: secƟons a, b, cvolumetric definiƟon 4ABCABCABCintroducƟon 5top, figures 3.3 & 3.4 enclavebelow, figures 3.5 & 3.6 relaƟon enclave with surrounding streetsvolumetric definiƟon 51. EnclosureThe basic design objecƟve of the masterplan is to enclose the site. This is achieved by arranging the buildings with the same qualiƟes; the samefuncƟon (their floor plans), and their modules (their facades). The basic layout of the blocks consists of 5 story buildings according to the averageheight of the immediate neighboring buildings.This can be seen as the convenƟonal way of creaƟng an enclave in most European ciƟes. What should be focused on here is the 3 addiƟonalstories placed on top of the two buildings in the North-East and North-West. This can be thought of as an unavoidable choice for the architect.Pouillon, increased the density of these parƟcular, North-facing, blocks, in order not to cast a shadow on the inside of the residence.2. Extra volumeThe appearance of the tall building is re-duced with several strategies;Pouillon divided the building verƟcallywith the upper part being recessed,creaƟng a running balcony. AddiƟonally,he divided the face of the upper part,verƟcally, into narrow planes of glass,with repeƟƟve mullions. With these twostrategies the façade can be seen lighterand less imposing.The placing of the low-rise garagesreduces the apperance of the high-risebuilding again This was an unavoidablechoice, because the space where thelow-rise garages exist would be un-suitable for high-rise buildings, as theywould be too close to the neighbouringhouses, physically; for casƟng a shadowand also psychologically; the buildingswere set back, from the road, to createopen space.figure 3.7: Inner Volumes L-shapeand Towervolumetric definiƟon 63. Inner volumesTowerThe tower funcƟons as a Landmark, but is not higher than the tallrectangular blocks behind it. The ground floor is open. The toweris seen higher than it is, because of the facade of the upper part(of the 8 story buildings), in the distance, in relaƟon to the 4 storybuilding.L shape buildingIntriguingly, this building is 4 stories high, which is one story less toits adjoining block. The reason for this is explained below;1. Improving the inƟmacy; the minus 1 story, ‘L’ shaped, buildinghelps the complex maintain the enclave, whilst not being too high,as of the other buildings (of 5 stories), thus not to impose its heighton the inside of the site.2. To maintain, geometrically, the principle of an enclave; the ‘L’shaped building, of 4 stories, emphasizes the enclave within the en-Ɵre complex. To make the longest block to be read as one.With this building an inƟmate atmosphere is created within the in-ner space, separaƟng the court into several parts. Without the ‘L’shape building, the residenƟal complex would be too monumental,too monotonous, and also too open to the outsidefigure 3.8: different perspecƟveviews on towerintroducƟon 7volumetric definiƟon 7view 1view 2view 31 32figure 3.9: circulaƟonfigure 3.10: landscape8CirculaƟonThere is a strong separaƟon between car parking zone and pedes-trian zone. Car parking spaces surrounding housing blocks act asbuffer zones that mediate inner blocks and the streets.Inner landscapeThe architect divided the inner court into the paves and green spac-es. Trees is arranged to play an important role – translucent volume.Plaza is designed to be like a cozy garden surrounded by tall treesand wall made of bushes. Tall trees cast shade on the square and actlike buffer for privacy.BoundariesThe architect used physical boundaries and psychological boundar-ies in landscaping; lawns can be crossed but is felt like barriers. Andalso hedges hide up the plaza.circulaƟonpedestrianscars
  28. 28. introducƟon 9figure 3.11 : concept of the innercourtyardsinner courtyards 9Inner CourtyardsSquareIn this secƟon of the enclave, a large open space is wrapped aroundby a single building, thus creaƟng the same atmosphere of asquare.PlazaA central prominent space that is enclosed by trees and buildings,Pouillon creates a sense of a plaza like seƫng.StreetPouillon creates the effect of a street (or) mall by creaƟng two side-walks along a narrow space between two buildings.squarestreetplazainner courtyards 10figure figuresquarestreetplazafigure 3.12: views on inner court-yards
  29. 29. DESIGN RESEARCH EXPERIMENT: FACADE PANELSSUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTFor my design Research module I was attempting to articulatemy abstract paintings into architecture. For this iteration ofthis project I was attempting to create a facade panel from asimplified part of the paintingMETHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNTThe painting was mirrored at certian places to create a repetitivepattern which was then simplified for the creation of the facadepanel. This facade design was then traced over in CAD andtweaked in order to be properly/physically translated into afacade panel which represents an iron gate.ANALYTICAL ACCOUNTThis was seen as a solution (to articulate the abstract intoarchitecture), which was too obvious. Firstly, because theabstract was simplified too much turning it into almost asymbol. This was then repeated for the purpose of fabrication.Also then the design or the simplified art, as a façade, remains 2dimensional and flat.SUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTHere I applied the chosen facade panel onto a 3D sectionalfacade of a building. I was attempting to see how the facadepanel will connect to the building and what the facade willlook like from inside and from outside.METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNTI drew up a generic sectional facade in 3D in Sketchup. Iimported the facade panel from Rhino into Sketchup andthen copied the panel along. In Sketchup I designed theconnectionsl.ANALYTICAL ACCOUNTGenerally, I was very pleased with the outcome of thesedrawings. I find 3D details much easier to understand anddrawing it up in 3D allowed me to really make sense of howthe facade panels will connect to the facade.DESIGN RESEARCH EXPERIMENT: FACADE PANELSSUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTInstead of the facade panel beinga separate member to the facade Idecided to integrate the abstractionprocess into the facade itself.METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNTI used a similar simplified artworkdetail, but in this case enlarged it(from single panel to entire facade).I made this experimental model inRhinoANALYTICAL ACCOUNTI found that these workingdrawings were interesting and thisexperiment answered the designresearch question more accurately;to translate the abstract intoarchitectural space.DESIGN RESEARCH EXPERIMENT: FACADE DESIGNSUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTInstead of the facade panel being a separate member to the facadeI decided to integrate the abstraction process into the facade itself.METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNTI used a similar simplified artwork detail, but in this case enlarged it(from single panel to entire facade). I made this experimental modelin Rhino. I exported the file from Rhino to a 3DS and then importedthat into Artlantis where I added the people, the sky and the city.ANALYTICAL ACCOUNTThis render I really liked. Although it is not a realistic render of abuilding (like the facade panel 3D sectional detail) - it has a certainvisual quality to it in the form of a vision of a potential idea. It showsthe vision. The first thought, unrestricted by technical concerns.DESIGN RESEARCH EXPERIMENT: FACADE DESIGN

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