Graduation presentation Hui Jun Chang Designcenter Rotterdam

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Presentation about my graduationproject for a designcentre in Rotterdam. It includes analysis, building design, buildingsystems and final design

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Graduation presentation Hui Jun Chang Designcenter Rotterdam

  1. 1. GRADUATION DESIGN P5 Design for a designcenter in Rotterdam Hui Jun Chang b1140558 Architecture & Modernity Public Realm 24 June 2008 Susanne Komossa Nicola Marzott Jelke Fokkinga Louis Lousberg
  2. 2. CONTENT INTRODUCTION & ANALYSIS Rotterdam location masterplan theory theme designcenter BUILDING location composition functions design brief route through the building BUILDING SYSTEMS construction climate system fire security CONCEPT envelope vs inner spaces 1/59
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION – ROTTERDAM Rotterdam fireborder lit on 14 mei 2007 2/ 59
  4. 4. 3/ 59 INTRODUCTION – ROTTERDAM Contrasts on the fireborder
  5. 5. 4/ 59 INTRODUCTION – ROTTERDAM Contrasts on the fireborder
  6. 6. Location Delftsestraat 5/ 59 INTRODUCTION – LOCATION
  7. 7. Locationpictures 5-9-2007 made by Hui Jun Chang 6/ 59 INTRODUCTION – LOCATION
  8. 8. Video interview of the users of the Delftsestraat 5-10-2007 7/ 59 ANALYSIS PROBLEM: Large amount of low education citizens Location is known as unsafe and uncomfortable area to stay in
  9. 9. Ivo van Opstelten 8/ 59 ANALYSIS GOAL: Attach high education citizens RESEARCH: Creative industry will be the most succesfull approach to stimulate the economy in Rotterdam* * TNO Rapport EPS 2005-06 ‘Creatieve industrie in Rotterdam’, Feb 2005, W. Manshanden, P. Rutten, P. De Bruin, O. Koops Richard Florida
  10. 10. Links between institutions and creative industry 9/ 59 ANALYSIS Municipality Project developers Multinationals Investors Research Media Art Creative business Municipality Project developers Multinationals Investors Research Media Art Creative business Municipality Project developers Multinationals Investors Research Media Art Creative business Citizens Existing links Missing links Prefereable links
  11. 11. 10/ 59 ANALYSIS – MASTERPLAN
  12. 12. Maquettes of the masterplan Delftsestraat 11/ 59 ANALYSIS – MASTERPLAN
  13. 13. Masterplan Delftsestraat made by Gerard Heerink 12/ 59 ANALYSIS – MASTERPLAN
  14. 14. 13/ 59 ANALYSIS – THEORY GOAL: To design a public building in the Delftsestraat in Rotterdam, which stimulates the public realm on the location. QUESTION: What is public realm? PROBLEMSTATEMENT: What kind of attitude should one person adopt itself to stimulate the public realm?
  15. 15. 14/ 59 ANALYSIS – THEORY R. SENNETT: ‘ Public realm is considered as places where exchange between several social groups can take place and indeed really takes place.’ M. HAJER & ‘ Public realm does not appear in formal A. REIJNDORP: characteristics, but in the overlap of and exchange between several social worlds.’ ‘ Public domain-experiences are related with entering parochial domain of ‘others’.’ H. CHANG: ‘ Public realm is where different social people intervene and where exchange takes place. This exchange could be by physical contact, but also just by observing the ‘other’.’ THEME: BALANCE IN CONTRASTS
  16. 16. Different parochial domains ANALYSIS – THEME 15/ 59
  17. 17. 16/ 59 ANALYSIS – THEME Observing ‘others’, Beijing 17-07-2006 made by Hui Jun Chang
  18. 18. Self reflection, Beijing 18-07-2006 made by Anne Meiborg 17/ 59 ANALYSIS – THEME
  19. 19. Schiecentrale in Rotterdam 18/ 59 ANALYSIS – Designcenter
  20. 20. Possible users of the designcenter 19/ 59 ANALYSIS – Designcenter
  21. 21. Examples of designproducts 20/ 59 ANALYSIS – Designcenter
  22. 22. 21/ 59 BUILDING – LOCATION
  23. 23. 22/ 59 BUILDING – COMPOSITION
  24. 24. 23/ 59 BUILDING – COMPOSITION Public functions Semi public functions
  25. 25. 24/ 59 BUILDING – FUNCTIONS Restaurant Café/ bar Lounge/ karaokébar Exhibitions/ open ateliers Exhibitions/ lectureroom Design shops/ showrooms Design studio’s/ offices Production workplaces
  26. 26. 25/ 59 BUILDING – DESIGNBRIEF
  27. 27. 26/ 59 BUILDING – ROUTE THROUGH THE BUILDING
  28. 28. 27/ 59 BUILDING – ROUTE THROUGH THE BUILDING
  29. 29. 28/ 59 BUILDING – ROUTE THROUGH THE BUILDING
  30. 30. 29/ 59 BUILDING – ROUTE THROUGH THE BUILDING
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  33. 33. 32/ 59 BUILDING – ROUTE THROUGH THE BUILDING
  34. 34. 33/ 59 BUILDING – ROUTE THROUGH THE BUILDING
  35. 35. 34/ 59 BUILDING – ROUTE THROUGH THE BUILDING
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  37. 37. 36/ 59 BUILDING – ROUTE THROUGH THE BUILDING
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  40. 40. BUILDING – ROUTE THROUGH THE BUILDING 39/ 59
  41. 41. BUILDINGSYSTEMS – CONSTRUCTION 40/ 59
  42. 42. BUILDINGSYSTEMS – CLIMATE SYSTEM 41/ 59 Summerday - ventilation Summerday - cooling Winterday – ventilation
  43. 43. BUILDINGSYSTEMS – FIRE PROTECTION 42/ 59 Third floor Fourth floor
  44. 44. BUILDINGSYSTEMS – FIRE PROTECTION Albert Heijn XL in Eindhoven manufactured by Derako 43/ 59
  45. 45. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS 44/ 59 Second floor First floor Ground floor
  46. 46. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS Concept: Envelope VS Innerspaces 45/ 59
  47. 47. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS Envelope 46/ 59
  48. 48. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS Envelope 47/ 59
  49. 49. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS Envelope 48/ 59
  50. 50. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS Envelope 49/ 59
  51. 51. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS Envelope 50/ 59
  52. 52. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS Envelope 51/ 59
  53. 53. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS Innerspaces 52/ 59
  54. 54. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS Innerspaces 53/ 59
  55. 55. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS Innerspaces 54/ 59
  56. 56. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS Innerspaces 55/ 59
  57. 57. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS Connections - Meetingplatforms 56/ 59
  58. 58. FOLLOWING THE CONCEPT – BALANCE IN CONTRASTS 57/ 59
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  60. 60. Special thanks to: Hui Min Chang THE END 59/ 59

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