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20081219 Jut Museum Of Tomorrow Short Intro Booklet Low(3)


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20081219 Jut Museum Of Tomorrow Short Intro Booklet Low(3)

  1. 1. THEVERTICALVILLAGE© MUSEUM of TOMORROW 明日博物館 JUT Foundation For Arts & Architecture 忠泰建築文化藝術基金會 Taipei, Taiwan 2008.12
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  4. 4. past exhibitions 歷屆展覽 B-1 展 1「the FLOW market」 2007/01/04 to 2007/02/28 the FLOW market 24 This exhibition shipped the controversial conceptual market in Denmark, “the FLOWmarket,” to Taiwan and modeled it into a 24-hour open space where customers can actually shop. The minimal and simple packaged imaginative merchandises represent the issues everybody in the modern world should pay attention to. These issues include one’s relationship with oneself, with other people and even with all aspects of the planet Earth. Purchasing these merchandises is to consume on a concept one affirms, it represents an action of support. Imaginary merchandises Museum shop The FLOW market 5 4
  5. 5. past exhibitions 歷屆展覽 B-2 展 2「Happy Living」 2007/03/22 to 2007/05/17 Akinori OISHI ANTOINE + MANUEL eBOY Mart Guixé Filip Pagowski This exhibition explored what are the so-called “ideal life” and “a home of happiness”. Internationally renowned designers and illustrators reconstructed virtual residence houses to share their experience and expectation of home. The participants include Akinori OISHI (Japan), ANTOINE + MANUEL (France), EBOY (Germany), Marti Guixe (Spain), and Rei Kawakubo’s Polish designer Filip Pagowski. Through actual experience of the joyfulness of spatial existence, spectators can explore more deeply into the meaning of “residence” in the material-oriented modern society. Model house by Filip Pagowski Model house by ANTOINE + MANUEL HAPPY LIVING Talks and event 7 6
  6. 6. past exhibitions 歷屆展覽 B-3 展 3「Rice for Thoughts」 2007/08/16 to 2007/12/15 The third wave of the Foundation’s exhibition, “Rice for Thoughts”, is a combination of performance and landscape art that is rarely seen in Taiwan. The land resource provided by the parent organization JUT Housing Development Group is utilized by artist Lin Quan-Ju to play the role of artist and farmer simultaneously in the high-prized Dazhi Miramir area, and to experience firsthand the life style of farming in sunny days and reading in rainy days by the ancient Chinese literati. Through this hectare of land, the Foundation wishes to pass on the life-force and affections originated from the soil and to exhibit the innate close relationship between human and nature as well as the essence of people of letters in the modern age. Artist Lin, Quan-Ju working in the field and in the studio. Talks program in the studio Rice for Thoughts - The field and the studio 8
  7. 7. the city is calling for a STATEMENT?!
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  10. 10. SITE LOCATION & CONDITIONS 基地位置與條件
  11. 11. have fun. C-2 基地位置 Project location The project location is sitting on the intersection of the Songjiang Road and Nong-an Street. It is in the northern part of Taipei city center and belongs to the Zhongsheng District of Taipei City. The farthest history th of this area can be traced back to the Ching Dynasty of the Imperial China 18 century . Currently this area is under going a series of urban renovation. On the north side of the site is JUT Taipei Crown, a residential project done by JUT GROUP in 2003. The site is also very close to the interchange of highway and the Taipei City center The site is marked in green Taipei Songshan Airport. 10 Taipei City center The site is marked in green A closer look The site is marked in green
  12. 12. C-3 基地環境 Project site The site consists of legal and illegal concrete buildings, iron sheet structures and fences. Please see the appendix for more photos. A panorama view of the whole project site. C-4 環境說明 Surrounding environment A Project site B JUT “Taipei Crown” C Zhongshen District Administration Office D Hsing Tien Temple E Other office buildings 12
  13. 13. 9 usability of the area 使用條件 See the following layout which shows the expected condition in September 2008. Some of the current residents will move out before the project starts. Structures of concrete buildings can not be altered substantially. Iron sheet buildings should be at least keep their roof tops. Signs and fences can be removed or altered. All surface appearance of the buildings can be changed. 15 Area map of the site with buildings specification
  14. 14. usability of the area Area map of the site with buildings specification 使用條件 3D Ariel view of the site Inside the red is the actual usable land area
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  16. 16. CURATOR THEME 策展主題
  18. 18. THEVERTICALVILLAGE© MVRDV 170908 THE MUSEUM OF TOMORROW EDITION 2009 JUT FOUNDATION TAIPEI The recent pressure on the East Asian cities has lead to an increasing demand of densification over the last decennia. It has made way to the construction of giant buildings that gradually replace and scrape away the small scale of more traditional, informal, individual, often ‘lighter’ types of architecture and urbanism: the Hutongs in Beijing, the small mostly wooden houses in Tokyo and now as well the individual houses in Taipei and other Taiwanese cities. These houses often form incredibly dense and socially highly connected communities. These urban villages combine density with enormous individual identities and dif- ferentiations. One can speak of urban ‘ecologies’. Can’t we find a way to combine the new demanded higher densities with these types of communities? Can we make maybe vertical ‚villages’? The given plot of the Museum Of Tomorrow for the 2009 edition is exemplary for this development. An existing nice small scale community is threatened by the idea of being replaced by a potential monstrous tower. The mu- seum of tomorrow edition 2009 wants to discuss this tendency. How many of these urban villages, these informal urban settle- ments existed? And how many still exist? Which ones are threatened to disappear? Can we imagine another upgrade of these areas? Can we even densify these areas in such a way, that the casual informality can be combined with a higher density? What ideas can we make? What technology is needed? Does the individual approach lead to a better climate approach? Does it create housing types that, with the terraces and roof gardens, have more potential for leisure? Can it therefore attract also a middle or higher class? Can it create space for individual expression, identity and architecture in this way? Can it be combined with small scale offices and working places? Can we create a villa for everybody! In short: is informal urbanism possible? We build an exemplary vertical village. Composed of houses that each want to demonstrate the possibilities of living in a vertical community. Each house absorbs parts of the researches indicated above. It leads to pavilions’ that show the different aspects of this pam- phlet. Together they make a promenade that wants to help to construct the dream of TheVerticalVillage© !
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  20. 20. SITE ANALYSIS 基地分析
  21. 21. site area 基地面積 SITE AREA: 3300M2
  22. 22. existing buildings 基地現有建物 EXISTING BUILDINGS
  23. 23. red line area 基地紅線面積 RED LINE AREA: 2410 m2
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  27. 27. exhibition activity planning 展覽相關活動規劃 RECORD / PUBLICTION ADVERTISING EXECUTION PARTICIPANT 1. activity recording 1. advertising 1. basic info 1. participant number - media advertising by other - 3-5 days - photography collaboration parties -fee: 3000NTD about 36 participants -video record - magazine -lunch+drinks (2009 June issue) -location: rent studio -architecture students space and lecture room 24 people from university 2. production -computers: rent from uni- - architect/urbanist 2. website news release versity or spondsor 6 people -book publication -TheVerticalVillage© logo - other culture/arts/his- design, related products tory related studies (notebook and so on) 3.promotion 6 people -MoT website -DM -poster 2. schedule 4. government resource -lecture, interview, discus- -urban development bureau sion, production, review, -culture bureau presentation(open to -tourism bureau public) 5. media -journalist -interview OTHER ACTIVITIES 1. press conference announcement for the collaboration of JUT & MVRDV, and workshop. 2. “TheVerticalVillage©” open competition to public, 1 or 2 selected teams can join the workshop presentation. 3. Workshop Final presentation. (open to public audience)
  28. 28. “TheVerticalVillage©” exhibition planning exhibition period: 2009/11/14-2010/01/17 ARTIST IN MAIN EXHIBITION SHOP NEIBOURHOOD PAR- RESIDENCE SPACE TICIPATATION 1. RELATED PRODUCTS each week MoT will invite 1. SERVICE CENTER 1. YOUR VILLAGE one special guess to stay -info desk -new design or limited in the “hotel room” (one -JUT office sale the module house and edition with other compa- of the house). He or she encourage residence build nies will show the work or -own design products their own village. exhibition or have lecture during the exhibition 2. JUT PRODUCTS period. 2. “TheVerticalVillage©” 2. YOUR GARDEN exhibition -new design or limited courator: MVRDV encourage residences to edition with other compa- location: 9 small houses adopted their own garden, nies and bring it home after the -own design products exhibition. 3. WORKSHOP result 3. OTHER PRODUCTS exhibits the workshop result 3. YOUR OTHER ACTIVI- location: 1 house TIES VIA INTERNET 4. MOT SHOP 4. urban development bu- -MOT shop products reau exhibition -architect design cups (something related to Taipei) -Vitra chair exhibition 5. MOT CAFE OTHER ACTIVITIES 1. EXHIBITION OPENING + PRESS CONFERENCE -2009/11/14, location: at the courtyard of MoT exhibition site 2. CONFERENCE -1 day, invite 6 international speakers 3. OTHER LECTURES or EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES 4. OUTDOOR MUSIC PERFORMANCE
  29. 29. TheVerticalVillage© Research Subjects Museum Of Tomorrow, JUT Foundation For Arts & Architecture 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Informal urbanism Hypothesis Mapping the Informal Proposal 1 Proposal 3 Proposal 5 “Is Informal Urbanism Computation/ Internet urban settlements Density issue Individual identity in Asia (or in the world?) Possible?” -maps -densify the current settel- -individual expression -Tokyo, Japan curator text by Winy Maas computation/internet based -analysis ments -individual needs/desires -Beijing, China planning of individual -photography -casual informality + -community and social -Seoul, South Korea houses Scenario -illustration higher density connection -other cities? -text -quality upgrade TheVerictalVillage© Informal urbanism Proposal 6 Mapping the Informal Proposal 2 Proposal 4 TheVerictalVillage© in Taiwan urban typologies Program/ Function Technology -focus only in Taipei -photography -urban ecology, roof garden -new technology conclusion -or with other cities? -illustration -more potentials for leisure -better climate approch -Taichung -text -new space for working -new material -Kaohsiung -analysis and living -urban villa (content: photography, text, panel, or short film)
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  33. 33. MODEL IMAGES 模型照片
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  35. 35. CREDITS 參與人員 MVRDV Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries with Hui-Hsin Liao, Riccardo Ferrari 2008.12 Rotterdam
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