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Workshop Post Oil Cities: Cross Postings - Exercice Week 02 - Tutor: Jan van Schaik RMIT (Melbourne, Australia)

Workshop Post Oil Cities: Cross Postings - Exercice Week 02 - Tutor: Jan van Schaik RMIT (Melbourne, Australia)

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  • 1. 50 plexus_ plan studio ideas for a post-oil azhani _abd._manaf building
  • 2. verticality Building vertical structure above and near the tram/train line. Multiple stories tower with mix or multiple programs including farming land.A vertical city for each commu- nity. 01
  • 3. train movement train & trams as main mover of poeple and goods to one point to another. Thus first move to increase size of the carrieges to accomodate people and goods. more lines or another type of tram might be needed to make public tranport more specified in terms of function thus making them main mover in the city. 02
  • 4. distribution Main programs like school, compa- nies, medical center, shopping cen- ter should be distributed and made smaller centers instead of one main ones. The smaller amenities and edu- cational centers can be located in the middle of smaller communities. This is to reduce travel as they are costly. 03
  • 5. raised farm lands Stacking smaller pieces of farm land into an open structured tower. This is to increase amount of urban farm lands and maybe each land can be han- dled by one family. Tower system to increase interaction between farmers and creates a centralise agriculture center. 04
  • 6. dwellings Building a high rise apartment tower as a tram and train station to enable more people lto live near transporta- tion hubs 05
  • 7. produce your own energy Towers producing their own wind & so- lar energy. Covered or roof made by large solar panels to run programs within. Generate power through sus- tainable design moves. 06
  • 8. Green roof Lifting landscape to rooftops. Cre- ate new revitalise soil for garden- ing. Provide more space for community or residents to relax. Green areas to create energy and maintain ecology. Space for farmers who are forced to stay nearer to city center to main- tain live stock. 07
  • 9. Embedding Embedding new programs among exist- ing typologies of the surround train and tram stations. Ability to create more smaller new cities instead of existing surrounding structures. 08
  • 10. Interaction A vertical, open complex housing var- ious programs like schools, hospi- tals and retails, each interacting and places above one another. Having voids and open areas in between to provide privacy for programs. 09
  • 11. Tree-house Mega structure consisting of ramps and overlapping planes and bridges, movement spatially will be excit- ing. The movement of a tree where one branch/ ramp take you to another space. Stairs and ramps to connect one volume to another. 10
  • 12. Breathing building Naturally ventilated building which everyone have access to fresh air and sunlight instead of artificially gen- erated. Disperse volumes of spaces to house programs within one buiiding to allow air movement. Toyoma Tower by Shoei Yoh, Kasugi, Japan (1992) 11
  • 13. Walk it! Building a large boulevard along tram/train line for people to walk and cycle. Structures above and along the boulevard as houses and amenities centers. 12
  • 14. processing center Train station as major processing and distribution center for goods. Ramps and lobby for pedestrians with trol- leys to get goods. Loading docks to in- corporate train tracks to move goods. Might also be incorporated with large roof garden/ farm to produce organic products. 13
  • 15. Giant lifts Horizontal city raised above the ground, a network of housing and buildings suspended. Infrastructure and public transport system with vast pedestrians space running on the ground. At common intervals big, com- mon lifts located to connect to two systems.Vertical system to connect 2 separate horizontal systems. 14
  • 16. Lanterns Distributing the processing center into more specifics volumes ie the market separated into different pro- duce and goods. Smaller markets en- woven into existing topography. Made with semitransparent solar panels cladding, it will look like lanterns lighted up amoung the houses. 15
  • 17. Solar power Solar power as free energy- creates tall towers to harness the solar en- ergy, thus creating space for mixed- use developments. 16
  • 18. Box city A long, thin narrow space along tram and train lines to accommodate com- munity and programs. Linear, simple architecture made with solar panels and directly connected to the main public transport system. Klein Dytham architecture, Undercover lab (Harajuku, Tokyo) 2007 17
  • 19. Overlay An overlay of 3-dimensional pedestri- ans network and cyclist facilities be integrated with existing public transport system. Increasing number of stations and meeting points / trans- port hub. Layering another network of apartments towers with linking ramps and bridges with direct connections to the transport system. 18
  • 20. centralised an exploded sphere as the design. sep- arated pieces with tranportation hub as the center of connection. Bridges and roads connecting the parts to the center. 19
  • 21. A cyclindrical tower, build with small- er components of moving segments. The programs are volumes disperse within the tower made to be movable parts. Thus moving the programs to the people instead the people having to move. Aries center by Coresol Co. , Valencia 20
  • 22. Warping city An idea of a large warping roof, blend- ing into the landscape, with no sepa- ration between one another. Only dif- ference in terms of materials where dolar panels and farming space grids the large roof. The communities and programs are dispersed below it, oc- cupying flat space. 21
  • 23. Bubble Each small community living in a large photovoltaic bubble. A multistorey center of farming land and community space forming the green core to each bubble. Bubble placed strategically among the tram and train lines. 22
  • 24. Reacting An organic form building which grows and respond to the surrounding. With vegetation walls which breaths and moving solar panels as facade trying to get the most sunlight. Consisting of structure and voids where the pro- gram changed the face of the build- ing. 23
  • 25. Go faster! A building and city working like an entertainment park. With solar-pow- ered roller coaster tracks running all over the city and into important buildings, dropping picking up peo- ple. Along with slides and ramps for children and grown ups. 24
  • 26. Lego-polis CIty made with prefab components. Prefab homes, offices and retails all made with recycled materials and spe- cific to each programs and in dif- ferent colours to make it easier to be recognize. The prefab components are plugged into an open-structure tower. 25
  • 27. City within a city large landscape roof like an umbrella structure dotted city centers to ac- comodate poeple and more houses in the city. Each umbrella having their own water purification system, re- newable energy generator to run each small community. 26
  • 28. Growing wall Each community and individual able to build their own house and space using prepared prefab walls and panels. A kit of parts as an emergency kit to build a home with a vegetation wall outside to grow veges and solar panel walls. A design process to prepare the people for immediate reaction to post-oil era. 27
  • 29. tunnel-network LArge tunnels going under and above ground to find the closest walking distance to importance places in a city. With a large pedestrian space in the middle and retail spaces along the side of the tunnel. 28
  • 30. Step-up A tower where different levels can be pull out like drawers and creating intersected sections and additional voids. INcreasing surface for solar panels and farming. A modern take on ancient pyramid form and usage. 29
  • 31. catch the wind Designing a complex which incorpo- rates and provide plane for wind farms which helps to generate additional power. A large roof plane landscape above ground. 30
  • 32. Moving facade multicoloured tower build with vari- ous coloured solar panels. Operable facade acting as skin and energy gen- erator. 31
  • 33. multi function a mega structure skin enveloping the city. The thick skin as tiny holes to accomodate dwellings and the exteri- or large enough to function as other thing ie- train tracks, airport. Meridien Co. 32
  • 34. Lifted A streamline, semi-tranparent, mul- tistorey box lifted off the ground. Above pedestrian walkway to allow circulation space. A visual connec- tion created with the formal program happening above the ground and the informal community space below. 33
  • 35. manual movement Stairs and routes become the exteri- or facade of the building to encour- age more manual movement. Along with landscaping and gardens connecting interior to the exterior space. 34
  • 36. Ramp- it A building consist of large ramps and planes. Vast open space areas created within a building. Trees can be grown on ramps and the ramp become usable space. 35
  • 37. community housing creating a community housing area lo- cated in a grid within the tram & train line network. Housing integrated with urban farming. With recycle center and water treatment plant located be- low ground. A new walking community. 36
  • 38. River movement Using river as another form of pas- sive energy travel. Boats or water shuttle run by solar and wind energy to be integrated into the network as another public transport. 37
  • 39. bio-energy creating giant pipes from waste land or dumping grounds to use the gas produced as energy. The pipes will become part of the new typology. 38
  • 40. Solar capsules Creating small, portable capsules as temporary or semi-permanent housing. The capsules which could be clad in so- lar panels to generate its own energy becomes housing for singles or cou- ples could be trasported and plugged into offices and city centers thus reducing travel. 39
  • 41. MAterial world Creating interesting and evoking pe- destrian boulevard and spaces as they will the spaces most occupied in the city. Different materials and colours for roads with signages. SAfe and brightly lit routes made with com- fortable materials with road mark- ings. 40
  • 42. Transport lobby HAving public transport at your door- step especially for hospitals and se- nior care center does encourage pub- lic to use them more and help the disable to move around. INtegrating transport network with lobby. Epcot by Walt Disney, 1966 41
  • 43. market the greens Vertical design to grow fresh local produce with associate floors to pro- cess and prepare them to be sold to the public. Location within a commu- nity building to encourage management by the public themselves. 42
  • 44. Use those shipping containers Using old, shipping containers and stacking them up to build a new city without wastage of materials and en- ergy used for buildings. An existing modular units to create a larger sus- tainable architecture. 43
  • 45. new forest knocking down unused buildings in the city and growing trees right in the city center. trees for food and to get wood for building. creating new forests. 44
  • 46. great wall of melbourne similar to the great wall of china, we create a great wall together with walking route for public all through Victoria. The wall would be made en- tirely with solar panels and within the wall are the energy generating plant. 45
  • 47. move-it, move-it a large scale system of conveyour belts, moving tracks and chutes as a mean of faster walking, travelling and sending goods. 46
  • 48. extreme city! all tall towers to have a void as a core and everyone having to bungee jump or parachute their way to the ground. In addition to having to fly- ing fox to get to other levels. 47
  • 49. water world An indented roof form to enable water catchment and saving rain water to be use daily. Making more reservoir in city centers and rivers to generate power through water 48
  • 50. green balconies mixed-used and high density towers with large overhanging balconies or extruded floor space for farming. Small bridges and ramps might connect the farms. 49
  • 51. back_bone One main central backbone structure along main street and boulevard. To ease control of flow of energy to towers. Towers act as nodes to the backbone. Structure might accomodate extra shuttle tracks for transport of people and goods. 50