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Workshop 2b

  1. 1. ISLAND SCHOOL WO R K S H O P 2B: O rganization and O u tlook 01 M arch 201 2REDEVELOPMENT
  2. 2. R E C AP O N WO R K S H O P 2AS P ATIAL C O N F IG U R ATIO N
  3. 3. C LU S TE R (C ITY),5.1 S U ITABILITY W/ E LE M E N TS O F VILLAG E SPINE “FINGERS” CLUSTER (CITY) CLUSTER (VILLAGE) • Efficiency of internal • The CENTRAL SPINE / HUB • The MULTIPLE HUB • An ORGANIC LAYOUT CIRCULATION DICTATES provides a “street like” arrangement will allow for which expands out from a the OVERALL LENGTH of FOCAL which is highly more SPATIAL DIVERSITY central hub lends itself to BUILDING FLEXIBLE to suit different and VARIETY. cater to FUTURE • The SIMPLICITY of the purposes / scenarios / • Relative COMPLEXITY of GROWTH / expansion if spatial arrangement usage. layout makes it more site constraint is not an makes it a viable model • The SIMPLICTY of layout suitable for secondary issue. for primary and makes it suitable for both school / tertiary • The SIMPLICITY the secondary school primary / secondary school institutions. spatial arrangement application. / tertiary institutions. • Smaller ADMINISTRATION makes it a viable model • More suitable for schools • The LINEARITY of the AREAS will be required at for primary and of SMALL to MEDIUM design allow for FUTURE each hub in ADDITION TO secondary school size. EXPANSION if site the CENTRAL application. constraint is not an issue. ADMINISTRATION are. • More suitable for schools • More suitable for schools • More suitable for schools from MEDIUM to LARGE from SMALL to LARGE of LARGE size. size. size.
  4. 4. AC TIVITY 1 - M Y F AVO U R ITE C O R N E R IN IS LAN D SCHOOLAC TIVITY 2 - WH AT S H O U LD TH E M AJO R C O M M O N F AC ILITIE S LO O K LIKE IN TH E N E W C AM P U S ?BAS E D O N TH E “ C LU S TE R C ITY” M O D E L,AC TIVITY 3 - H O W S H O U LD TH E N E W C AM P U S BE O R G AN IZE D ?
  5. 5. AC TIVITY 1M Y F AVO U R ITE C O R N E R IN IS LAN D S C H O O LS E LE C TE D P AR TIC IP AN TS E AC H TO P R E S E N T H IS / E R “ F AVO U R ITE C O R N E R ” H• WH E R E• WH Y• S U G G E S T H O W TO R E C R E ATE YO U R F AVO U R ITE IN O U R F U TU R E “ C ITY C LU S TE R ”• TIM E ~ 1 MIN• VO TE F O R TH E “ F AVO U R ITE ” O F “ F AVO U R ITE S ”
  6. 6. BY JAS O N DE NT PREVIOUS STU ARE A COMMON ROOMBAS KE TB ALL C O U R T +S TU D E N T C O M M O N R O O MWH Y• S O C IAL AC TIVITIE S S P AC E + S P O R T GRO UND• VIS U AL IN TE R AC TIO N B E TWE E N C O M M O N R O O M AN D TH E BAS KE TBALL CO URTF U T U R E C LU S TE R• S TU D E N T C O M M O N R O O M IN TE G R ATE D WITH O P E N BALL C O U R TS . G E N E R ATE IN TE R AC TIO N BE TWE E N U P P E R AN D LO WE R F O R M S TU D E N TS
  7. 7. AC TIVITY 2WH AT S H O U LD TH E M AJO R C O M M O N F AC ILITIE S LO O KLIKE IN TH E N E W C AM P U S ?1. C LU S TE R / BR E AK O U T2. LIBR AR Y3. MAIN LO B BY4. C AF E / C O M MO N S
  8. 8. 1 C L U S T E R /B R E A K O U T
  9. 9. 1 .1 C O N S O LID ATE D / C E N TR ALIZE D AD M IN IS TR ATIO N 1 C LU S TE R / BR E AK O U T TR AD ITIO N AL C E N T R ALIZE D AD M IN IS T R AT IO N C O R E / C O M MU N AL F AC ILITIE S
  10. 10. 1 .2 D E C E N TR ALIZE D AD M IN IS TR ATIO N 1 C LU S TE R / BR E AK O U T S MALLE R C E N T R AL AD M IN . BU LK AN D AD D ITIO N AL S ATE LITE AD M IN . O F F IC E
  11. 11. 1 .3 H O U S E / D E P AR TM E N TAL S YS TE M 1 C LU S TE R / BR E AK O U T S M ALL C E N TR AL AD MIN . AN D 6 H O U S E “ H U BS ”
  12. 12. 2 L I B R AR Y
  13. 13. 2.1 LIBR AR Y AS B O X / R E P O S ITO R Y O F IN F O R M ATIO NBRITISH LIBRARY,Robert Smirke, 1857
  14. 14. 2.2 LIBR AR Y AS ‘ M O D E R N R E TAIL E X P E R IE N C E ’IFC Palace Cinema, Hong Kong (CINEMA / CAFE / BOOKSTORE)
  15. 15. 2.2.1 BIBLIO TH E E K ALM E R E Alm e re , Th e N e th e rlan d s BO O K AR E PR E S E N TE D TO LIBR AR Y BE C O M E S “ PLAC E TO “ C U S TO M E R S ” S TAY”Designed to encourage “browsing”“Meandering” bookshelves A case study in the use of modern retail principles to re-invent the library
  16. 16. 2.2.2 C AN AD A WATE R LIBR AR Y S o u th wark, Lon d on, U nite d K ingd omExternal ViewSpiral Staircase leading up to library Café at G/F and the integration of a theatre reinvent the library as a “place to meet” and also “to stay”.
  17. 17. 2.3 TH E AG O R AAGORA OF ATHENS
  18. 18. 2.3.1 S E N D AI M E D IATH E Q U E S e nd ai-s h i, Jap anTypical PlanExternal View Blurring boundaries of the traditional library to create universal space which is constantly changing.
  19. 19. 2.3.2 WAALS E K R O O K U R BAN LIBR AR Y O F TH E F U TU R E G e nt, Be lgiu m“Meandering” bookshelves A case study in the use of modern retail principles to re-invent the library
  20. 20. 3 M AI N LO BBY
  21. 21. 3.1 TH E “ P IAZZA”PLACE TO MEET / PLACE TO BE SEEN
  22. 22. 3.2 P E R F O R M AN C E / E X H IBITIO NWEST HAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL / ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN SCHMITTEN / KINDERGARTEN SIGHARTSTEIN,
  23. 23. 3.3 M U LTIP U R P O S E S PAC EMatanuska-Susitna Career & Technical High School / Atrium School
  24. 24. C AF É / C O M M O N S4
  25. 25. 4.1 C AF ÉSeveral small cafés around the campus?
  26. 26. 4.2 C O MMO NSCommons which provides flexibility for other uses.
  27. 27. AC TIVITY 2WH AT S H O U LD TH E M AJO R C O M M O N F AC ILITIE S LO O KLIKE IN TH E N E W C AM P U S ?TAS K• E AC H G R O U P TO D IS C U S S O N E MAJO R C O M MO N F AC ILITY• D IS C U S S AB O U T TH E “ LIK E S ” AN D “ D IS LIK E S ” O F TH E Q U O TE D E X AM P LE S• B R AIN S TO R M AN Y O TH E R “ LIK E S ”• VO TE F O R 1 “ LIK E ” F O R E AC H MAJO R C O M MO N F AC ILITY• P R E S E N TATIO N BY E AC H G R O U P
  28. 28. AC TIVITY 3H O W S H O U LD TH E N E W C AM P U S BE O R G AN IZE D ?
  29. 29. C las s room s Ad m in H IE R AR C H Y C afe / C om m ons Ad m in Au d itoriu mE ntrance th rou gh C e ntral Ad m inis tration, C las s room s + Pe rform ance Arts on b oth s id e s of E ntrance
  30. 30. M e d ia C tr H IE R AR C H Y C om m ons Ad m in Ad m in Au d itoriu m G ym nas iu mM ain E ntrance into “ C om m ons ” s p ace , C e ntral Ad m in on b oth s id e s , m u tip le e ntrance s at Piazza to G ym andAu d itoriu m
  31. 31. C e ntral Ad m in M e d ia C tr H IE R AR C H Y Am p h ith e atre F u nctional s p ace Play Are a C las s room sE ntrance into Am p h ith e atre , C e ntral Ad m in and Play Are a at e ntrance
  32. 32. H IE R AR C H Y Ad m in T e ach ingM ain E ntrance into a cou rtyard “ C om m ons ” s p ace , e ncircle d b y te ach ing s p ace s and ad m in.
  33. 33. Lib rary C afe H IE R AR C H Y H all2 S e p arate S tu d e nts / Vis itors E ntrance s into a cou rtyard “ C om m ons ” s p ace .
  34. 34. AC TIVITY 3H O W S H O U LD TH E N E W C AM P U S BE O R G AN IZE D ?TAS K2. E AC H G R O U P TO D IS C U S S ABO U T TH E H IE R AR C H Y O F S P AC E S • WH AT IS TH E F IR S T TH IN G WE S E E AT TH E M AIN E N TR AN C E ? • WH AT F U N C TIO N S AR E C O N N E C TE D TO TH E M AIN E N TR AN C E ? • H O W AR E TH E F U N C TIO N S G R O U P E D IN E AC H C LU S TE R ? • H O W AR E D IF F E R E N T C LU S TE R S C O N N E C TE D H O R IZO N TALLY? • H O W AR E D IF F E R E N T C LU S TE R S C O N N E C TE D VE R TIC ALLY?3. AR R AN G E YO U R ID E AL “ C ITY” U S IN G BLO C K S & P O S T-ITS , IN D IC ATE TH E E N TR AN C E BY R E D AR R O W4. P R E S E N TATIO N B Y E AC H G R O U P5. VO TE F O R 1 ID E AL “ C ITY”YE LLO W (F U N C TIO N AL S P AC E S ), BLU E (TE AC H IN G ), O R AN G E (AD M IN ), G R E Y (BR E AK O U T), R E D

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