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Resident centric solutions utilizing standardized modular systems

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Resident centric solutions utilizing standardized modular systems

  1. 1. SINI KOTILAINEN PROJECT MANAGER, ARCHITECT, M.SC. sini.kotilainen@tut.fi 040 849 0427 HOUSING DESIGN & RESEARCH SEMINAR 27.11.2013 RESIDENT-CENTRIC SOLUTIONS UTILIZING STANDARDIZED MODULAR SYSTEMS
  2. 2. CONCELLS MODCONS MODULAKEA (MODUCOMP) +RYMINDOORENVIRONMENTPROGRAM RESPONSABLE LEADER: PROFESSOR MARKKU HEDMAN RESEARCHER, PROJECT MANAGER: SINI KOTILAINEN STUDYRELATESTORESEARCHPROJECTS FOCUSESONCLT PANELFRAME MODULES FOCUSESON METALCOREPANEL (FIXCELL) FRAME MODULES
  3. 3. MODULARBUILDINGREFERSTOTHEUSEOF VOLUMETRICOBJECTS INCOUNTRIESWHEREON-SITEBUILDINGISMORECOMMON, EVENELEMENT-BASEDBUILDINGCANBECALLED”MODULARCONSTRUCTION” MODULESAREPRODUCED INDUSTRIALLYUNDER FACTORY-LIKECONDITIONS... ...ANDJOINED TOGETHERONTHE BUILDINGSITE
  4. 4. SUSTAINABILITY?
  5. 5. The text is a direct quote (§ 22),source: Jukka Rannisto. 2013. Modulaarisen rakentamisen mahdollisuudet vuokrakerrostalomarkkinoilla. Tampereen teknillinen yliopisto.Tuotantotalouden ja rakentamisen tiedekunta. Rakennustekniikan laitos. (Translation Sini Kotilainen.) ONESEENCHALLENGEINMODULARCONSTRUCTION "One weakness of modular building that was pointed out was the stiffness and lack of expression of the architectural design. In interviews that were conducted, it was thought that modular solutions could not offer a wide range of different solutions and that the architectural design lost its freedom. However, interviewees also believed that whilst the method of modular building could lead to "eye-catching" solutions, a deviation from the basic solution was seen to lead to incurring extra cost. The constraints of the module sizes highlighted the suspicion that there is no possibility to build large family apartments using this building method. The interviewees expressed that in their experience, Finnish authorities have a certain fear of the monotony of modular building, and had to be convinced more than usual that the building also seemed appropriate from the outside. The authorities also raised the query if modular construction can be designed from the point of view of resident needs or it was directed only from the practical construction points of transport and dimension limits."
  6. 6. MAIN POINTS ARCHITECTURAL SOLUTIONS OF MODULAR MULTI-STORY BUILDING
  7. 7. ARCHITECTURAL SOLUTIONS OF MODULAR MULTI-STORY BUILDINGSOLUTIONS THAT ANSWER TO THE FUTURE CHALLENGES OF HOUSING & RESIDENT-CENTRIC DESIGN MAIN POINTS
  8. 8. MAIN POINTS SOLUTIONS THAT ANSWER TO THE FUTURE CHALLENGES OF HOUSING & RESIDENT-CENTRIC DESIGN ARCHITECTURAL SOLUTIONS OF MODULAR MULTI-STORY BUILDING ECONOMIES OF SCALE MODULAR SYSTEMS AND MASS CUSTOMIZATION
  9. 9. ? ? ? PRODUCTION AND PORTABILITY CREATE REQUIREMENTS TO MODULE DIMENSIONS
  10. 10. WHY MODULAR SYSTEMS? ECONOMIES OF SCALE COSTPERUNIT TOTAL UNITS
  11. 11. T M K PH K PH E E δ OPENINGS ENTRANCE 54,3 m2 SERVICED PART AREA BUILDING SERVICES IN STAIRWELL SERIAL PRODUCTION - SERIAL CUSTOMIZATION SERIALPRODUCTIONCANALSOBEIMPLEMENTEDASSERIALCUSTOMIZATION: SOMEPROPERTIESSTAYTHESAME...
  12. 12. O H K M H K PH M H M H O H K E K PH T Y Ö/ M H V H/ VAR ALK. O H K K PH O H ALK. K PH E K E E δ O H K .SA A REK E K M H S K PH S T PKM H E K PHV H/ VAR. M H K PH O H K M H K PH E E K E δ O H K M H K PH M H M H O H K E K PH O H ALK. K PH E K E S T PKM H E K PHV H/ VAR. M H K PH O H K M H K PH E K E O H K PH E K M H M M H V H/ VAR K HH δT Y Ö/ M H V H/ VAR ALK. O H K K PH K PH E K E δ O H K .SA A REK E K M H S K PH K PH E E K O H K M H K PH M H M H O H K E K PH T Y Ö/ M H V H/ VAR ALK. O H K K PH O H ALK. K PH E K E E δ O H K .SA A REK E K M H S K PH S T PKM H E K PHV H/ VAR. M H K PH O H K M H K PH E E K E O H V H/ VAR O H V H/ VAR K E A K K PH δ S V H/ VAR. K PH E M H O H K PH E K ALK. O H O H K M H K PH M H M H O H K E K PH T Y Ö/ M H V H/ VAR ALK. O H K K PH O H ALK. K PH E K E E δ O H K .SA A REK E K M H S K PH S T PKM H E K PHV H/ VAR. M H K PH O H K M H K PH E E K E δO H K M H K PH M H M H O H K E K PH T Y Ö/ M H V H/ VAR ALK. O H K K PH O H ALK. K PH E K E E δ O H K .SA A REK E K M H S K PH S T PKM H E K PHV H/ VAR. M H K PH O H K M H K PH E E K E AUKOTUS MÄÄRITELTY SISÄÄNTULOALUE 54,3 m2 ... BUTSOMEOFTHEPROPERTIESDIFFERFROMONEMODULETOTHENEXT
  13. 13. α β γ γ δ β β δ δ δ δ AM AM γ γ β β α α β ILLUSTRATIVESOLUTIONS (STEEL STRUCTURE) UTILIZING ONE EXAMPLE MODULAR SYSTEM, CONCELLS -PROJECT ILLUSTRATIONS USING ONE EXAMPLE SYSTEM
  14. 14. V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K PH E V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö PH E PH E K PH E V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö O H E A UL A K M H M H V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH O H E A UL A K W C K PH A UL A E M H M H M H O H K K PH M H S VAR/ V H W C K PH A UL A E M HM H M H O H K K PH M H S VAR/ V H 1- 2 M H S K PH E K O H 1- 2 M H S K PH E K O H 1- 2 M H S K PH E K O H 1- 2 M H K PH E K O H 1- 2 M H SK PH E K O H 1- 2 M H K PH E K O H 1- 2 M H S K PH E K O H 1- 2 M H S K PH E K O H 1- 2 M H δ δ δ δ KAHDEN ASUNNON JAKAMA AULA KAHDEN ASUNNON JAKAMA AULA T PK E K PH K PHE T PK O H K M H K PH O H K K PH K K M H O H M H O H E E E E K PH K PH A L K M H TE
  15. 15. O H K PHK E M H O H K PH K E M H M H M H K O H E E SIV UA S./ M H K PH O H K HH/ VAR K PH E K V H M H W C S O H K PH K E M HO H K PHK E M H O H K HH/ VAR K PH E K V H M H W C S LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI O H K PH K E M H M HM H K HH/ VAR K O H O H K PH K E M H E K PH SIV UA S. / MH O H K PH K E M H E T PK K PH E O H K PHK E M H O H K PHK O H K HH/ VAR K PH E K V H M H W C S LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERILIITERI O H K PH K E M H V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH T PK SK PH M H O H M H W C K E K HH/ V H V H K PH K K O H S K E K PH O H S M H K HH/ VAR/ V H K E S K PHM H O H M H W C K E K HH/ V H V H O H K PH K E M H O H M H K HH/ VAR/ V H O H O H K PHK PH M HM H K PHK PH M HM H saareke K saareke saareke K saareke V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö EK PH T PK O H EE E E α K PH S KEITTIÖ M H K HH/ VH/VAR E β δ α S K PH M HO H W C K E V H 1- 2 M H K HH/ V H/ VAR. TE δ δ α β α K PH O H S M H K E M H K HH/ VAR/ V H M H O H K PH S K HH VAR/ V H KE O H K PH K E M H V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH T PK SK PH M H O H M H W C K E K HH/ V H V H S K PHM H O H M H W C K E K HH/ V H V H O H K PH K E M H V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö EK PH T PK β β β α K S TE K PHE T PK K K H E K PH K K T PK E K PH K PH O H M H K E γ K PHE T PK K K T PK E K PH H E K PH K K T PK E K PH K PH K PH O H M H K E V H/ VAR M H T PK E γ α α α α K PHE T PK K K T PK E K PH H E K PH K K T PK E K PH K PH K PH O H M H K E V H/ VAR M H T PK E γ α
  16. 16. K PH E T PK T PK E K PH T PK E K PH T PK E K PH T PK E K PH T PK E K PH T PK E K PH AUKI YLÖS JA ALAS α α α α α α α α E T PK K PH E T PK K PH E T PK K PH E T PK K PH E K K PH K PH K PH E K V H/ K HH SOPPI SOPPI SOPPI SOPPI SOPPI SOPPI E T PK K PH E T PK K PH E T PK K PH E K PH E T PK K PH E T PK K PH E T PK K PH K PHE K PH E K PH EK PHE T ST O T ST O T ST O T ST O K PH K saareke K PH M H M H V H/ VAR V H/ VAR M H M H E E E E K HH K HH K PH K saareke K PH M H M H V H/ VAR V H/ VAR M H M H E E E E K HH K HH E T PK K PH E T PK K PH K PH K saareke K PH M H M H M H M H E E E E K HH K HH V H/ VAR V H/ VAR K PH T ST O K PH T ST O T ST O T ST O K PH K PH E E E E E K HH M H M H E E K PH S α δ K PH S K PH M H O H M H W C KE V H V H S K PH M H O H M H W C K E V H V H M H M H O H K E K PH K PH T PK E V H K O H M H
  17. 17. (WHY) & WHAT COULD BE “RESIDENT-CENTRIC” SOLUTIONS HOW RESIDENT-CENTRIC SOLUTIONS COULD BE PRODUCED UTILIZING STANDARDIZED MODULAR SYSTEMS?
  18. 18. WIDE RANGE OF APARTMENT-SPECIFIC OUTDOOR SPACES HUMAN SCALE BUILDING MASS: ENVIRONMENT WHERE CHANGES OCCUR ATTRACTIONOFURBANRESIDENTIALENVIRONMENT
  19. 19. RELIEF-LIKESTRUCTURE
  20. 20. RELIEF-LIKESTRUCTURE:PULLOUT
  21. 21. RELIEF-LIKESTRUCTURE:PULLOUT VARIATION IN THE FORM OF THE MODULE SEPARATION OF THE DIFFERENT SCALES INSIDE THE APARTMENT VIEWS AND PASSAGE OF LIGHT VIEWS AND PASSAGE OF LIGHT
  22. 22. RELIEF-LIKESTRUCTURE:PULLIN
  23. 23. RELIEF-LIKESTRUCTURE:PULLIN 50,0°50,0° THE PRIVATIZATION OF SPACE PREVENTING EXCESSIVE HEATING FROM THE SUN "PULL IN POCKET" AS APARTMENT SPECIFIC OUTDOOR SPACE
  24. 24. RELIEF-LIKESTRUCTURE δ δ δ δ γ γ αα δ δ β β β β β β αα K PH K K O H S K E K PH O H S M H K HH/ VAR/ V H K E O H M H K HH/ VAR/ V H O H O H K PHK PH M HM H K PHK PH M HM H saareke K saareke saareke K saareke O H EE E E TE
  25. 25. APARTMENT-SPECIFICOUTDOORSPACES LEVELS OF HIERARCHIES A SENSE OF BELONGING BETWEEN THE PLACE AND THE RESIDENT THE POSSIBILITY TO PERSONALIZE SPACE RESTORATIVE ENVIRONMENTS HOW HOUSING EXTERIORS INFLUENCE THE QUALITY OF HOME? USABILITY TERRITORIES
  26. 26. MODUULI MODUULI THE APARTMENT-SPECIFIC OUTDOOR AREA AS AN ADDED PART OR ZONE DEEP RELIEF-LIKE STRUCTURE: HORIZONTAL AND/OR VERTICAL POCKES OF MODULES TERRACING THE BUILDING MASS COMBINATIONS OF A POCKET BETWEEN MODULES AND YARD STAIRS SHARED TERRACES APARTMENT-SPECIFICOUTDOORSPACES
  27. 27. HORIZONTAL/VERTICALPOCKETSOFMODULES LAN ARCHITECTURE 72 COLLECTIVE HOUSING UNITS, BORDEAUX, 2012 Picture: LAN Architecture 72 Collective Housing Units. The image source (§ 22) is http://www.lan-paris.com/project-72-collective-housing-units.html
  28. 28. K PH S K PH M H O H M H W C KE V H V H S K PH M H O H M H W C K E V H V H M H M H O H K E K PH K PH T PK E V H K O H M H PA RILLIN EN KRS TE VM δ δ δ δ γ α α
  29. 29. M H M H K O H E E SIV UA S./ M H K PH O H K HH/ VAR K PH E K V H M H W C S O H K PH K E M HO H K PHK E M H LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI K PH SIV UA S. / MH O H K PH K E M H E T PK K PH O O H K HH/ VAR K PH E K V H M H W C S LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI TE δ δδ δ γ α α
  30. 30. TERRACINGTHEMODULES BJARKE INGELS GROUPMOUNTAIN DWELLINGS, TANSKA 2008. Picture: Bjarke Ingels Group. Theimagesource(§22)ishttp://flash.big.dk/projects/mtn/
  31. 31. K PH E T PK T PK E K PH T PK E K PH T PK E K PH T PK E K PH T PK E K PH T PK E K PH AUKI YLÖS JA ALAS α α α α α α α α TE TE TE T PK α α α α α α α α
  32. 32. HYBRIDSOLUTIONSINBUILDING-SCALE, NEIGHBORHOOD-SCALEANDREGIONALLY
  33. 33. THEDEVELOPMENTOFQUASI-PUBLICSPACES PRIVATE PUBLIC QUASI-PRIVATE QUASI-PUBLIC !Sources Hyyppä 2002 Kyttä 2004 and Prezza et al. 2001. CONTACTS WITHIN THE LIVING ENVIRONMENT ARE FOUND TO HAVE A REVERSE EFFECT ON THE FEELINGS OF LONELINESS AND TO INCREASE SUBJECTIVE WELLBEING BY PREVENTING LONELINESS QUASI-PUBLIC SPACES CAN BE A FRUITFUL PLACES FOR INTERACTION OCCURRING ALONGSIDE EVERYDAY SITUATIONS
  34. 34. ESIM TANGRAM CRYSTAL COUR Picture:Tangram Architects. The image source (§ 22) is http://www.tangramarchitekten.nl/ htdocs/project.php?fase_id=1&project_id=27 TANGRAM ARCHITECTS CRYSTAL COURT, AMSTERDAM, 2009 YARDSUNDERNEATH
  35. 35. MVRDVPARKRANDHOUSINGBUILDING AMSTERDAM2007 VERTICALMIDDLEYARDS Picture: MVRDV Architects. The image source (§ 22) is http://www.mvrdv.nl/ projects/parkrand/ MEYERVANSCHOOTENARCHITECTS LAGRANDECOUR,AMSTERDAM2008 Picture: MVSA Architects. The image source (§ 22) is http://www.mvsa- architects.com/project/detail/29/la-grande-cour
  36. 36. V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö E K PH O H E A UL A K W C K PH A UL A E M H M H M H O H K K PH M H S VAR/ V H W C K PH A UL A E M HM H M H O H K K PH M H S VAR/ V H 1- 2 M H YHTEIS- TILAA YHTEIS- TILAA YHTEIS- TILAA HM VMδ δ γ γ γ γ γ γ β β β β β β K PH E V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K PH E V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K P V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K PH E V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K PH E V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö W C K PH A UL A E M H M H M H O H K K PH M H SVAR/ V H
  37. 37. Vainio,Terttu; Belloni, Kaisa; Jaakkonen, Liisa 2012.Asuntotuotanto 2030.Asuntotuotannon tarpeeseen vaikuttavia tekijöitä. VTT. 1960 0 500 000 1 000 000 1 500 000 2 000 000 2 500 000 3 000 000 1980 20001970 1990 2010 20251965 1985 2005 20201975 1995 2015 2030 THE SIZE OF HOUSEHOLDS DECREASES – THE NUMBER INCREASES LIVING ALONE 2 ADULT FAMILIES FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN
  38. 38. DIFFERENT FAMILY TYPES 1) 1950-2010 1) The amount of registered couples in 2010 <0.1% Berg,Mari-Anna.2012 Suomalainen perhe.Perheen modernisaatio murroksessa? Available:http://www.stat.fi/ajk/tapahtumia/2012-01-25_tkpaiva_berg.pdf
  39. 39. APARTMENT SIDE APARTMENT OR ADDITIONAL SPACE FINNISH "MULTISTOREY" RESIDENTIAL BUILDING BUILT IN 1891 The image source (§ 22) is Neuvonen (toim.) 2006. EXTENDABLEANDCONTRACTIBLE HOUSINGUNITS
  40. 40. MOREFLEXIBLE δ M H S VA V β δ β β E W C K PH TTIÖ M H M H M H M H K PH S VAR/ VH δ β LESSFLEXIBLE ...BUTWHENCLT-MODULESUSEDMOREFLEXIBLE THANELEMENTCONSTRUCTION! PILLARANDBEAMSTRUCTURE MODULARBUILDING WHENFLEXIBILITYBETWEENAPARTMENTSISEXAMINED...
  41. 41. O H K PH E SW C V H/ VAR K M H / A L K ALK. V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K PH E T PK V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K PHE T PK SIV UA S./ M H V H/ VAR/ E O H K PH E SW C V H/ VAR K M H / A L K ALK. V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K PH E T PK V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K PHE T PK SIV UA S./ M H V H/ VAR/ E HM δ δ γ γ γ γ β β β β O H K PH E SW C V H/ VAR K M H / A L K ALK. K PH E S K PH V H/ VAR/ E W C M H O H K K PH E V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K PHE V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K HH/ V H V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K PH E T PK V H/ VAR/ ALK./ T Y Ö K PHE T PK SIV UA S./ M H V H/ VAR/ E AM K K TPK M H M H VH/VAR KEITTIÖ SIVUASUNTO/ M H ALK E E K PH S W C SIVUASUNTO/ M H ADJACENT APARTMENT
  42. 42. O H KE K PH E K PH M H O H K E K PH K HH S K PH M H M H V H M H SIV UA S/ M H EK PH S K PH M HO H SIV UA S/ M H K E V H S K PH M HO H W C K E V H V H/ VAR. M H M H V H O H KE K PH E K PH M H O H K HH M H M H V H M H SIV UA S/ M H S M HO H SIV UA S/ M H V H S K PH M HO H W C K E V H V H/ VAR. M H M H E T PK K PH K PH M H O H K V H/ VAR E HM AM AM δ δ δ β ββ β ββ α α α α α δ α O H KE K PH E K PH M H O H K E K PH K HH S K PH M H M H V H M H SIV UA S/ M H T PK EK PH S K PH M HO H SIV UA S/ M H K E V H S K PH M HO H W C K E V H V H/ VAR. M H M H M H O H V H/ VAR V H ADJACENT APARTMENT +
  43. 43. T PK K PH KEITTIÖ E E K PH M H V H/VAR. E E K PH M H V T PK W C V H/VAR/K HH M H KEITTIÖ M H K PH SE M H KEITTIÖ E K PH S SIVUAS./M H E V H K PH +
  44. 44. K PH E T PK K PH E T PK O H K M H K PH O H K M H K PH O H E A UL A K M H O H E A UL A K M H E E M H LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERIK PH E T PK K PH O H K M H K PH O H K M H K PH E E E LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI E K PH O H K E S W C M HM H M H A UL A E K PH O H K S W C M H M H M H A UL A / K HH SIV UA S./ M H PARILLINEN KRS PARITON KRS TE TE
  45. 45. SIV UA S./ M H E K PH O H E A UL A K M H M H K O H K PH E K PH O H E A UL A K M H M H K O H K PH E E LIITERILIITERI M H LIITERILIITERI SIV UA S./ M H SIV UA S./ M H E K PH O H E A UL A K M H M H K O H K PH E K PH O H E A UL A K M H M H K O H K PH E E LIITERILIITERI M H LIITERILIITERI SIV UA S./ M H SIV UA S./ M H E K PH O H E A UL A K M H M H K O H K PH E K PH O H E A UL A K M H M H K O H K PH E E LIITERILIITERI M H LIITERILIITERI SIV UA S./ M H K PH E T PK K PH E T PK K PH K PH E T PK O H K M H K PH O H K M H K PH O H K M H K PH O H K M H K PH O H E A UL A K M H O H E A UL A K M H E E E E E M H LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI E LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI K PH O H K E S W C M HM H M H A UL A E K PH O H K S W C M H M H M H A UL A / K HH SIV UA S./ M H
  46. 46. SIV UA S./ M H E K PH O H E A UL A K M H M H K O H K PH E K PH O H E A UL A K M H M H K O H K PH E E LIITERILIITERI M H LIITERILIITERI SIV UA S./ M H SIV UA S./ M H E K PH O H E A UL A K M H M H K O H K PH E K PH O H E A UL A K M H M H K O H K PH E E LIITERILIITERI M H LIITERILIITERI SIV UA S./ M H SIV UA S./ M H E K PH O H E A UL A K M H M H K O H K PH E K PH O H E A UL A K M H M H K O H K PH E E LIITERILIITERI M H LIITERILIITERI SIV UA S./ M H K PH E T PK K PH E T PK K PH K PH E T PK O H K M H K PH O H K M H K PH O H K M H K PH O H K M H K PH O H E A UL A K M H O H E A UL A K M H E E E E E M H LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI E LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI LIITERI K PH O H K E S W C M HM H M H A UL A E K PH O H K S W C M H M H M H A UL A / K HH SIV UA S./ M H
  47. 47. δ HHH H 4,1 ERIKOISKORKEUS5m δ 2!2501502!000 PA RV IMA HDOL L ISUUS K PH E O H K PH E K 2 MH/ M H PA RV IMA HDOL L ISUUS K FLEXIBILITY AND INDIVIDUALIZATION OF THE APARTMENTS TECHNICAL CONVERTIBILITY MODIFIABILITY MULTIPURPOSE SPACES “NEUTRAL ROOMS” LOFT SOLUTIONS: LARGER HEIGHT OF A MODULE STANDARDIZEDMODULARSYSTEMSANDFLEXIBILITY?
  48. 48. K PH K PH E ALK. T PK E T PK T PK K PH K PH K PH E E ALK. T PK E T PK K PH T PK T Y Ö ALK. K PH M H E E K K PH ALK. T PK E K PH T PK T Y Ö ALK. K PH M H E E K K PH T PK T Y Ö ALK. K PH M H E E K
  49. 49. M H M H M H M H M H K PH V H/VAR KEITTIÖ K PH S K HH V H/VAR E FINNISH MULTISTOREY APARTMENTBUILDING BUILT IN 1891 The image source (§ 22) is Neuvonen (toim.) 2006. INSPIRATION "TÖÖLÖLÄISASUNNON KONSEPTI" TALLIARCHITECTS
  50. 50. PA RV IMA HDOL L ISUUS O H K PH E K 2 MH/ M H PA RV IMA HDOL L ISUUS 5m TALLI ARCHITECTS TILA APARTMENT BUILDING, HELSINKI 2008 Picture: Arkkitehtuuri- ja muotoilutoimisto Talli The image source (§ 22) is http://www.talli.fi/projects/project/41-tila
  51. 51. +31,390 +3,990 +25,320 +21,990 +18,000 +25,320 CURRENTWORKPHASE:CASESITES(CLTFRAMEMODULES)
  52. 52. +13,200 +17,000 +4,800 +8,000 +5,430 +8,500 +22,745 +21,929 +20,676 +7,882+7,928 +4,360 +33,000 puolikerrosramppi sisätiloissa 1:8 CURRENTWORKPHASE:CASESITES(CLTFRAMEMODULES)
  53. 53. SINI KOTILAINEN PROJECT MANAGER, ARCHITECT, M.SC. sini.kotilainen@tut.fi 040 849 0427 HOUSING DESIGN & RESEARCH SEMINAR 27.11.2013 RESIDENT-CENTRIC SOLUTIONS UTILIZING STANDARDIZED MODULAR SYSTEMS

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