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Group 10 Development Presentation

  1. 1. Lanre Durosinmi-Etti (PM) Farah Caswell (LO) Moody Muwahid Cindy Qian Nick Makasis Donghao Li Brian Lau Diamond Horesaengchai Yazan Al-Hindawi CASWELL + PARTNERSSupervisor: Dr. VollumClient: Arup W-HEIGTHSGroup10Commercial Office: Project W
  2. 2. The Site The siteWoolwich area of LondonCrossrail under constructionWider area undergoingredevelopment Good transport links
  3. 3. The Site ConstraintsStation Vent-shaft Box Flight Path – building height < 120m(29m x 40m) (30 storeys) Crossrail tunnels directly underneath the site
  4. 4. The Client Brief200 flats – 1 to 3 beds 45,000m2 of office space(25% affordable) Outdoor recreation 3500m2 of officespace storage Leisure Facilities Parking: 25 commercialParking: 75 Residential 8000m2 of retail space (3500m2 of storage)
  5. 5. The RequirementsMaster Plan•  Exciting & compatibleFoundations and Basements •  TunnelsStructural Floor Systems•  Mixed-UseStructural Stability •  High-Rise
  6. 6. Our Approach Week 1: We’re The Architects Develop 3 different Master plans for the client Week 2: Back to RealityLook into more structural detail of chosen master plan(s): foundations and column grids Week 3: The Superstructure Loading analysis and structural design Week 4: The Substructure Foundation design and geotechnical analysis Week 5: The Final Structure Overall Structural Stability
  7. 7. Our Approach Week 1: We’re The Architects Develop 3 different Master plans for the client Week 2: Back to RealityLook into more structural detail of chosen master plan(s): foundations and column grids Week 3: The Superstructure Loading analysis and structural design Week 4: The Substructure Foundation design and geotechnical analysis Week 5: The Final Structure Overall Structural Stability
  8. 8. Week 1: Our InfluencesTime Warner Centre, Petronas Twin Towers, Sky Gardens, New York Malaysia Beijing Mahanakorn Pavillion, CCTV Tower, Pungoll Gardens, Thailand Beijing Singapore
  9. 9. Masterplan 1: Arsenal Towers
  10. 10. Arsenal Towers 19 FLOORS 4 FLOORS27 COMMERCIAL PARKING SPACES 130 RESIDENTIAL PARKING SPACES 23 FLOORS 3 FLOORS- 69 1 bedrooms- 92 2 bedrooms- 46 3 bedrooms
  11. 11. Masterplan 2: Farah Terrace
  12. 12. Farah Terrace 10 FLOORS 4 FLOORS 7 FLOORS - 84 1 bedrooms 20 COMMERCIAL - 70 2 bedrooms PARKING - 42 3 bedrooms SPACES 107 RESIDENTIAL 13 FLOORSPARKING SPACES
  13. 13. Farah Terrace: Typical floor planTypical Residential Floor plan Typical Office & Retail Floor plan
  14. 14. Masterplan 3: Sky Circle
  15. 15. Sky Circle30 Floors 30 Floors 84 1 bedrooms 70 2 bedrooms 42 3 bedrooms Basement Parking `21 Floors 9 Floors
  16. 16. Client Feedback ARSENAL TOWERS FARAH TERRACE SKY CIRCLE - Iconic but integratable - Integrates well with - Very Iconic but not - Loss of space due to Woolwich integratable geometry - Bridging across tunnels - Structurally complex to- Slenderness of Towers might be an issue design and construct might be an issue - Differential Settlement - Extremely costly
  17. 17. Client Feedback ARSENAL TOWERS FARAH TERRACE SKY CIRCLE - Iconic but integratable - Integrates well with - Very Iconic but not - Loss of space due to Woolwich integratable geometry - Bridging across tunnels - Structurally complex to- Slenderness of Towers might be an issue design and construct might be an issue - Differential Settlement - Extremely costly
  18. 18. Moving Forward… - - PREFERRED MASTERPLAN - MERGE MASTERPLANS 1 & 3 - Proceed with structural and - Attempt to challenge the briefgeotechnical analysis and design following Woolwich Appraisal-Modification to design might be required
  19. 19. Woolwich Appraisal ROYAL  ARSENAL   DEVELOPMENT  (NEW)  THE  WAREHOUSE  (NEW)  Woolwich  Central  (NEW)   Residential  Area   Commercial/Business   Retail  
  20. 20. Results of Appraisal RESIDENTIAL 3 Brand new neighboring developments underway, possible over-supply. DE RETAILM High Street Near-byA Woolwich Ranked very Low inN terms of retail space. D Possible demand for retail space COMMERCIAL Existing ‘industrial’ office space, therefore demand for new modern office space
  21. 21. Conclusions NEW MASTER PLAN 2Reduction or elimination of residential space requirement.Allow for better integration of the development (Lower-risebuildings)
  22. 22. Questions? With Thanks to: Dr. Vollum ARUP Sarah Tattersall & Mick White ~ Arup

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