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MAGNEY HOUSE, Bingey Bingey, New South Wales,                 Australia                 Presented By:             SRISHTI ...
About the House:• Designer: Glenn Murcutt, winner of the Pritzker Prize• Location: Bingey Bingey, Australia• Date :1982 – ...
• Latitude: 36º 00 47.31" S• Longitude: 150º 09 35.19" E
CLIMATIC REGIONS OF THE WORLD
About Warm Temperate Climate:• Climate with four clearly defined seasons,  including a mild winter and a hot or cool  summ...
Jan Feb Mar Apr     May    Jun    Jul    Aug    Sep    Oct    Nov    DecMean    23.9 24.1 23.3 21.6 19.1   16.8   16.2   1...
Annual Wind Directions:
Passive Design priorities:•   Heating•   Ventillation•   Lighting•   Cooling and Moisture Removal•   Protection from summe...
Passive Strategies Used:•    Orientation:1.    Along East-West direction2.    Winds from South West strike at 45 deg.•    ...
• The bedrooms and  living rooms oriented  towards north• Blinds, clerestory  and louvred windows  on the north :• Control...
• Open environment provides no natural shelter from  wind and sun• The corrugated steel roof reflects most of the  sunligh...
• North facade- steel framed glass wall• Upper portion consists of clerestory glazing shaded  by roof overhangs during sum...
• The wide open north façade also allows the panoramic view  of the sea• The external light colored paved areas also help ...
WEST ELEVATIONS
SOUTHERN FACADE• Sealed and opaque against the cold winter winds by  triple layer brick wall which also prevents heat loss...
• All the living areas  require heating,  cooling, and  ventilation• So all the rooms are  aligned along the  north direct...
• The house sits on an insulated slab• Slab and the back brick wall act as a thermal sink  absorbing winter sun during the...
Ventilation:• The house is one room wide which is  approximately 6 m wide• The circulation corridor and the wide  fenestra...
Fenestrations:Pivoting slats
Roof :Corrugated Steel
Water Conservation• The central spine of the roof directs the  rainwater from the slope to a channel which  directs it to ...
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Magney house, bingey bingey, new south

  1. 1. MAGNEY HOUSE, Bingey Bingey, New South Wales, Australia Presented By: SRISHTI SHUBH B.Arch, IInd Yr
  2. 2. About the House:• Designer: Glenn Murcutt, winner of the Pritzker Prize• Location: Bingey Bingey, Australia• Date :1982 – 1984• Building Type: Large House• Construction system: Steel, corrugated steel• Climate: warm temperate• Context: Rural• Architectural Style: Modern
  3. 3. • Latitude: 36º 00 47.31" S• Longitude: 150º 09 35.19" E
  4. 4. CLIMATIC REGIONS OF THE WORLD
  5. 5. About Warm Temperate Climate:• Climate with four clearly defined seasons, including a mild winter and a hot or cool summer.• Rain occurs all seasons but summer is the wettest time and temperatures then are warm to hot.• Around the Mediterranean and some parts of central Chile, California and Western Australia, between 30-40 degrees latitude, the winters are generally mild with depressions bringing some winter rain, and summers warm and hot with little or no rain.
  6. 6. Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov DecMean 23.9 24.1 23.3 21.6 19.1 16.8 16.2 17.1 18.7 20.1 21.4 22.8Max. °CMean 16.0 16.3 15.1 12.3 9.4 7.2 5.9 6.5 8.5 10.8 12.8 14.7Min. °CMean 96.3 93.2 107.9 87.8 5.6 87.9 56.4 53.5 61.2 78.5 75.8 73.9Rain mm
  7. 7. Annual Wind Directions:
  8. 8. Passive Design priorities:• Heating• Ventillation• Lighting• Cooling and Moisture Removal• Protection from summer sun• Inlet for winter sun• Protection from cold winter winds• Water Conservation
  9. 9. Passive Strategies Used:• Orientation:1. Along East-West direction2. Winds from South West strike at 45 deg.• Glazed North façade, upper clerestory, and lower blinds (aluminium).• South façade (street side) faces hot, wet weather so it’s covered by triple layered brick wall.• Pivoting slats for ventilation• Insulating base as well as thermal sink• Curved roof for diffused lighting, shade and reduced wind resistance• Gutters for rain water collection
  10. 10. • The bedrooms and living rooms oriented towards north• Blinds, clerestory and louvred windows on the north :• Control light• Allows ocean views• Cuts glaze• Reduces heat
  11. 11. • Open environment provides no natural shelter from wind and sun• The corrugated steel roof reflects most of the sunlight keeping the interiors cool during summers• The steel frame with curved steel roof provides strength and durability to the structure as well as gives the tent like feel to the weekend house.
  12. 12. • North facade- steel framed glass wall• Upper portion consists of clerestory glazing shaded by roof overhangs during summer• The lower part has metal blinds or louvres which control heat and light.• Sun angle of winter equinox allows light to flood the interiors• Curved ceiling directs extra light into the rooms on north.
  13. 13. • The wide open north façade also allows the panoramic view of the sea• The external light colored paved areas also help in bouncing back sunlight into the rooms.• Receives wet season monsoon daily afternoon sea breezes
  14. 14. WEST ELEVATIONS
  15. 15. SOUTHERN FACADE• Sealed and opaque against the cold winter winds by triple layer brick wall which also prevents heat loss at night.• It has glass clerestory windows 2m above till the roof which allow enough light• There is only one opening in the kitchen area• Receives dry season prevailing breezes in the morning
  16. 16. • All the living areas require heating, cooling, and ventilation• So all the rooms are aligned along the north direction in a linear fashion
  17. 17. • The house sits on an insulated slab• Slab and the back brick wall act as a thermal sink absorbing winter sun during the day• At night it radiates it back into the interiors reducing the need for artificial heating.
  18. 18. Ventilation:• The house is one room wide which is approximately 6 m wide• The circulation corridor and the wide fenestrations on the north ensure enough ventilation throughout the house
  19. 19. Fenestrations:Pivoting slats
  20. 20. Roof :Corrugated Steel
  21. 21. Water Conservation• The central spine of the roof directs the rainwater from the slope to a channel which directs it to the recharge pit underneath on both sides of the roof

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