Final presentation of our design for the new Feijenoord stadium in Rotterdam. A 70.000 seat stadium wrapped in social housing to integrate the stadium in the area and create a large community with public space.
PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT Roof cladding D.1 ETFE single layer Ring beam roofPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 2m D.2 PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PR radial structure every 5 m 0.2m 0.3m 1.1m D.1_radial section_roof inner ring radial structure every 15 m DUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT structural housing 0.4m walkaround 0.7m open space PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 3m PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT D.2_radial section_roof outer ring
Facades Maximum comfort by optomizing daylight Reconfigurability for different climate scenarios Energy saving south_thermal buffer 3 layers:glass - sun shading - single layer ETFE south_wind protectionsouth_overheating prevention south_fully open south facade elevation south_only sun protection
PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT Facades 1-2% inclination PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT preestressed plastic strip through ETFE pocket ETFE foil sliding glass windows with aluminum profiles metalic balustrade superior batten laminate floor drainage surface inferior batten separating layer ceramic floor waterproof layer aluminum clamp profile steel transition piece light concrete layer to achieve the inclination drainage sliding and rotating (1-2%) rail steel transition plate 1-2% inclination prefab. reinforced concrete slab PRODUCED BY AN AU steel transition piece connection of prefab. concrete slab to main RC aluminum profile structure with breakage of thermal bridge steel transition piececold bridge solving strategy PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT south facade detail
Daylight optimization_housingbalance: max.daylight vs. max.density
Daylight optimization_housingWhat we tried:GRASSHOPPER ECOTECT GALAPAGOSConstraints: - optimizing on maximum average daylight factor- enough connections (3x3 islands) - Measuring potential daylight-factor in the dwellings - halping galapagos with making useful offspring- different sized dwellings - adjusting geometry- density high in the lower level, low in the higher level- evenly spread dwellings (same amount of dwellings in each 3x3 island)What we did:1rst LAYER: GRASSHOPPER GALAPAGOS 2nd + 3rd LAYER: GRASSHOPPER GALAPAGOS- same constraints as above: - minimizing number of ‘back to back’ edges Projecting the abovelying layer on the layer - minimizing number of overlapping beneath, in order to ‘detect’ overhang surfaces.
Daylight analysis_cavity 50 38 27floor plan fragment_daylight analysis 21 12 section through cavity
Organization of space5038272112 construction parking housing wrap circulation walkarounds and connections
Oganization of space walkaround 5th floor residents press players VIPspectators services residents ground floor spectators