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Wall and floor systems for Office spaces

  1. 1. DESIGN STUDIO 3 TERM: JUN 2013 LECTURER: SANDRA DRASKOVIC WALL SYSTEMS
  2. 2. Wall systems for interior works are non- load bearing constructions that enclose the space. Typology: 1.Masonry 2.Reinforced concrete 3.Stud walls 4.Glass partitions 5.Demountable partitions Heavy-weight Light-weight
  3. 3. Requirements: 1.Space dividing 2.Integration of technical systems: heating, cooling, electrical … 3.Architectural & aesthetic 4.Fire resistance, 5.Thermal insulation 6.Sound insulation 7.Acoustic requirements 8.Load-bearing, structural requirements of heavy equipment 9.Substrate for specific finishes
  4. 4. Selection criteria for wall construction: 1.Thickness of the wall 2.Height of the wall 3.Weight of the wall 4.Flexibility & demountability 5.Integration of technical services 6.Integration of windows, doors, openings 7.Site operation aspects
  5. 5. Architectural requirements: 1.Shape: straight, irregular, curved, coves and niches 2.Integrated lighting (cove lighting) 3.Minimum footprint, slender partition with adequate sound insulation and fire resistance 4.High moisture loads 5.Enhanced structural requirements: TV screens, shelving, hang furniture, paintings etc
  6. 6. Shape: Straight Irregular Curved Coves & niches
  7. 7. Irregular wall-shape
  8. 8. Irregular wall-shape
  9. 9. Irregular wall-shape Cockpit Interior, Moscow Sinestezia project
  10. 10. Irregular wall-shape Cockpit Interior, Moscow Sinestezia project
  11. 11. Irregular wall-shape Cockpit Interior, Moscow Sinestezia project
  12. 12. Irregular wall-shape
  13. 13. Irregular wall-shape
  14. 14. Irregular wall-shape Kockpit Interior, Moscow Sinestezia project
  15. 15. Irregular wall-shape
  16. 16. Openings in the wall
  17. 17. Openings in the wall Window Door Opening
  18. 18. Openings in the wall Window Door
  19. 19. Openings in the wall
  20. 20. Openings in the wall
  21. 21. Curved wall
  22. 22. Curved wall
  23. 23. Curved wall
  24. 24. Curved wall
  25. 25. Curved wall
  26. 26. Glass curved wall
  27. 27. Glass curved wall
  28. 28. Glass partition wall
  29. 29. Glass partition wall
  30. 30. Glass partition wall
  31. 31. Design principles 1.Non load-bearing walls: lightweight partitions, flexible, drywalls 2.Stud wall systems and walls: made from preformed parts (wooden) assembled on site 3.Demountable partitions and glass partitions: prefabricated elements or segments, erected and joint together on site
  32. 32. Aplications: • standard construction (partition) • fire rated boundary walls • multi-residential dividing walls • acoustic walls and ceilings • home cinemas • curved walls • wet area walls • Impact wall and hardness needs
  33. 33. Stud wall systems and walls System: • Supporting frame metal of timber sections • Cladding with board materials to form interconnected whole • Filling insulating (thermal, sound, fire) materials and space for routing pipes
  34. 34. Stud wall systems and walls - metal
  35. 35. Stud wall systems and walls - timber
  36. 36. Stud wall systems and walls - timber
  37. 37. Stud wall systems and walls Wall thickness: 75 – 150 mm Wall grid: 125 mm Wall height: up to 12 m Sound insulation and fire protection Cladding and enclosure: wooden boards, Cement-bonded boards, OSB
  38. 38. Criteria for choosing board material: 1.Mechanical properties and strength of drywall structure in whole and surface (compressive and impact strength, TV installation, sound systems etc) 2.Building physics properties (fire protection, sensitivity to moisture, vapor permeability, extension behavior) 3.Surface finish and materials, type of cleaning, application of finishes (painting, plastering, wallpapering etc) 4.Design requirements (shaping,
  39. 39. Cladding materials: Gypsum fibreboards (gypsum + paper)
  40. 40. Cladding materials:Acoustic gypsum fibreboards
  41. 41. Cladding materials: Fireproof gypsum board Waterproof gypsum board
  42. 42. Cladding materials: Fireproof gypsum board Waterproof gypsum board
  43. 43. Gypsum fibreboards thickness:
  44. 44. Wooden based boards and industrialy fabricated boards: 1.Core plywood 2.Laminated veneer lumber (LVL) 3.Pressed wood 4.Particle boards 5.Oriented stand boards (OSB) 6.Medium density fibreboards (MDF) 7.High-performance composite materials
  45. 45. Wooden based boards: Core plywood OSBMDF LVL
  46. 46. Installation:
  47. 47. Installation:
  48. 48. Insulated materials: 1.Mineral wool 2.Cellular glass 3.Wood fibres 4.Coconut fibres 5.Cotton, sheep wool, felt 6.Expanded polyester foam 7.Extruded polyester foam 8.Melamine foam 9.Insulated cork board
  49. 49. Insulated materials: Mineral wool Expanded polyester Extruded polyester Extruded polyester
  50. 50. Type of stud walls - timber:
  51. 51. Type of stud walls - metal:
  52. 52. Stud wall and technical installations:
  53. 53. Technical drawings & symbols
  54. 54. Potentially soundproof critical moments 1.Built-in items such as power sockets, inspection openings, luminaries 2.Door, high level windows, glazing, openings 3.Weak points of junctions and transitions, skirting boards, floor level etc)
  55. 55. Technical details for sound insulation
  56. 56. Technical details for wall junctions
  57. 57. Technical details for wall junctions
  58. 58. Technical details
  59. 59. Technical details for wall junctions
  60. 60. Technical details for wall junctions
  61. 61. Technical details for wall junctions
  62. 62. Technical details for wall junctions
  63. 63. Technical details for wall junctions
  64. 64. Technical details for wall junctions
  65. 65. Technical details for wall junctions
  66. 66. Technical details for wall junctions
  67. 67. Technical details for wall junctions
  68. 68. Technical details for wall junctions
  69. 69. Technical details for wall junctions
  70. 70. Technical details for wall junctions
  71. 71. Technical details for column cladding
  72. 72. 1.Sliding doors (outside the wall and inside the stud wall) 1.Stud wall-floor connection
  73. 73. Office partition wall systems
  74. 74. Office partition wall systems
  75. 75. Office partition wall systems
  76. 76. Office partition wall systems
  77. 77. Office partition wall systems
  78. 78. Office partition wall systems
  79. 79. Office partition wall systems
  80. 80. Criteria for choosing floor system 1.Appearance 2.Geometry 3.Surface characteristics 4.Load-carrying capacity 5.Acoustic properties 6.Fire protection properties 7.Moisture resitance 8.Electrostatic properties 9.Integration of technical services 10.Type and properties of structural floor
  81. 81. Floor systems typology 1.Dry floor : dry subfloor layers, impact sound insulation, dry flooring materials, suitable for refurbishment and offices) 2.Hollow floors : screed floor and seamless surface with void bellow, space for technical services 3.Raised access floors : flexible flooring systems made from panels supported above structural floor n pedestals, 60 x 60 cm grid. Void for technical services, suitable for offices with high service density
  82. 82. 1. Structural floor 2.  Multitherm floor heating pipes 3. Heat-conducting 4. Dry screed slabs 5. Tiling 6. Wood 7. Carpet   Dry floor
  83. 83. 1.Resilient floor: PVC, linoleum 2.Textile: carpeting 3.Hard floor covering: ceramic tiles, wood laminated, wood block flooring Floor coverings for dry subfloors
  84. 84. - A raised floor (also raised flooring) or access floor(ing) are types of floor that provide an elevated structural floor above a solid substrate (often a concrete slab) to create a hidden void for the passage of mechanical and electrical services. - Consists of a gridded metal framework or substructure of adjustable-height supports (called "pedestals") that provide support for removable floor panels, which are usually 60×60 cm in size. - The height of the legs/pedestals is dictated by the volume of cables and other services provided beneath, but typically arranged for a clearance of at least six inches or 15 cm. Access floor
  85. 85. • The panels are normally made of steel-clad particle-board or a steel panel with a cementitious internal core. • Each panel is supported by four corners on height-adjustable pedestals which are fixed to structural floor. • In the void are installed sound insulation and technical services • Panels may be covered with a variety of flooring finishes to suit the application such as carpet tiles, high-pressure laminates, marble, stone, and antistatic finishes. Access floor
  86. 86. Access floor
  87. 87. Access floor or platform floor
  88. 88. Access floor
  89. 89. Access floor
  90. 90. Access floor grid of pedestals and panel
  91. 91. Access floor section
  92. 92. Access floor section
  93. 93. Access floor section
  94. 94. Access floor section
  95. 95. Access floor section
  96. 96. Access floor section
  97. 97. Access floor section

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