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  1. 1. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786
  2. 2. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 a fence becoming a seat for people to sit the street becoming an extended footpath for pedestrians to walk caxton street footpath also a dining area existing examples of adaptive spaces in the petrie terrace study area
  3. 3. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 an undercover entertaining area being used to hang out clothes to dry during the week the study becomes a guest bedroom by folding the sofa into a double bed everyday park bench can be used to sit, stretch before going for a jog, or sleep for a homeless person existing examples of adaptive spaces in our everyday lives
  4. 4. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 digital awnings are screens that can rotate by pre-programming, a mobile phone or in response to people’s physical movements and display abstract, impressionistic, provocative, personalized, or information and images related to Zaragoza’s history or people’s real-time activities in other areas of the Digital Mile. ( http://www.interactivearchitecture.org/category/mit/ ) an exploration of the design of a street furniture system to provide autonomous computer kiosks in the form of bus stops, public bathrooms, atms and other shelters. ( http://www.interactivearchitecture.org/category/mit/ ) the NIMBY concept turns the front fence into an attractive feature incorporating seats, storage, cupboards at the back in which to hide unsightly recycling and garbage bins. ( http://www.smh.com.au/news/home-lifestyle/frontingup/2006/08/07/1154802789957.html ) existing examples of adaptive spaces in the wider design community
  5. 5. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 call to Mike, I was walking down a crowded street which is very public and was moving, he was in a car with 1 other person which is fairly private and he was also moving call to Lachlan, both in bedroom, both in very private space call to Megan, I was on the bus which was very public and moving, she was in her bedroom mobile phone experiment- diagrams showing the different spaces call to Nursheifa, I was in my lounge room which is fairly private, she was in grocery store which is public and she was moving Call to Sarah, I was in my study and she was in her bedroom, both very private spaces
  6. 6. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 large scale map showing the two extremes: Burpengary and Capalaba, as well as the approximate locations of those in the Brisbane city area close up map of the Brisbane city area showing the five locations more clearly mobile phone experiment- maps showing the different locations
  7. 7. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 the whole office would have to be able to be folded flat and possibly be on wheels so it could be moved off the road during busy times of the day or when it was not in use an office on the street exploration of moving everyday activities onto the street the roof could possibly fold down flat against a wall, then the four walls could fold together and the whole thing be pushed aside the desk and chair could also have castors on the bottom to allow to be pushed off the road and allow cars to pass through as usual
  8. 8. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 the shaded area could be protected from traffic by the use of bollards. When the area was finished being used these could be pulled out and the shading device folded down flat shading device to accommodate for meals, exercise, etc exploration of moving everyday activities onto the street the shading device could either be left flat if it is only packed away temporarily to allow a vehicle through, or the flat screen could be pulled out of the ground and stored under a house, or could possibly stored under the road and pulled up when required
  9. 9. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 the clothes line could be constructed high enough for an average car to pass under, however when the user was finished with it, or if a high vehicle needed to pass through the clothes lines could simply be unhooked off the poles clothes line across the street exploration of moving everyday activities onto the street the poles could also be removed from the pavement and stored in an organised area such as under somebody's verandah the poles could be the same size as those of the shading device and therefore share the same holes
  10. 10. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 the bench could be positioned on the footpath either against the fence or beside the curb park bench on the footpath exploration of moving everyday activities onto the street The seat could easily fold down when not in use This would allow pedestrians to pass easily or wheelie bins to be put out for collection
  11. 11. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 markets on the street exploration of moving everyday activities onto the street Use of a modular system to accommodate for various activities By using a modular system such as the same size pole for the washing line and the shading device the holes in the street can all be the same size and can be used for either activity making the space more flexible. The bollards in the middle of the road for the shading device could also be used to close off half the street for events such as markets.
  12. 12. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 creating a co-adaptive space- preliminary ideas PROPOSED ATTRACTOR TO THE SITE The whole basis of this design project is related to the addition of more people to an already densely populated area. The people are islanders whose homes have been flooded due to the rising sea levels; and the already densely populated area is the Petrie Terrace area. In order to provide a scenario for this particular design, it has been proposed that an amphitheatre is to be built at Hardgrave Park. (see map below) This will encourage even more people to use this immediate area. <ul><li>The amphitheatre will be used for many activities such as: </li></ul><ul><li>Small concerts </li></ul><ul><li>Local school events </li></ul><ul><li>Drama performances </li></ul><ul><li>Screening of movies </li></ul><ul><li>Cultural events- for locals and also the islanders </li></ul>Hardgrave park (proposed amphitheatre)
  13. 13. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 Shaded area that provides a large table and chairs for dining, studying, meeting people, etc creating a co-adaptive space- preliminary ideas Stage area for on days when a big festival is being held and the celebrations extend from the main stage at the amphitheatre, into the smaller stages in the surrounding streets the space and its two major functions
  14. 14. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 the table can be pulled up to half height and used to sit/ lay on creating a co-adaptive space- preliminary ideas the plan view of the system showing the 10 parts other possibilities <ul><li>Or: </li></ul><ul><li>just one chair can be pulled up </li></ul><ul><li>just the shading device can be pulled up </li></ul><ul><li>all the chairs can be pulled up to create a ‘circle’ of chairs </li></ul>
  15. 15. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 creating a co-adaptive space- further developed ideas new configuration more possibilities can still be 1 large table, or can be 2 smaller tables new plan of different elements
  16. 16. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 creating a co-adaptive space- current ideas to date floor plan of co-adaptive space in ground except for one module
  17. 17. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 creating a co-adaptive space- current ideas to date system set up to create two tables and a bench seat separated by screens which up from the cube structures and hook onto the grid system above view from one direction showing the two tables view from opposite direction showing bench seat
  18. 18. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 creating a co-adaptive space- current ideas to date system set up to create two tables and a bench seat separated by screens which pull down from the grid system above with above screen pulled across for protection from the weather view from underside showing the grid system underneath and shading screen above
  19. 19. CO_ ADPATIVE SPACE kristy andersen 5419786 creating a co-adaptive space- current ideas to date double frame on each edge allows the space to be extended beyond the defined space The frame is picked up out of the ground, pulled to the required length and the two vertical poles of the frame are placed into the closest allocated holes in the road Screens can be pulled (out of the frame) across to provide more privacy and hooked onto the pole

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