Posters: 2nd Iteration

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Preliminary Boards and ECS Final

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Concept Development

Philip Beesley’s visit on 2/25/11:

Relationship with theĀ Ground.

Island City Central Park GRIN GRIN, Fukuoka, Japan by Toyo Ito & Associates Architects

Thinking about the relationship between the ground, the swales, and the buildings.

Concept development for skin and exterior pathway

Inspiration from the haphazard planks of the Hole House in Houston, Texas:

Idea for concept application to project

Warmth of wood for public space, inducing a welcoming atmosphere for families, coolness of steel for private research, demonstrating the procedural and orderly aspect of science.

Studying wood planks layout:

Dul-Nyouk Publishers Headquarters, Paju Book City, South Korea by Foreign Office Architects (FOA)

METLA Forest Research Institute, Joensuu, Finland by SARC Architects

Studying possibilities for curving wood planks to follow shape of building:

National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff, Wales by Richard Rogers Partnership

Study of Steel Skin:

Cooper Union, New York City, NY, USA by Morhposis Architecture

Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, CA, USA by Frank Gehry

University of Phoenix Stadium, Phoenix, AZ, USA by Eisenman Architects

Intersection


The idea for a transition between public and private is to have the two materials intersect and intertwine. Instead of as the skin, this part will be on the floor so people can walk over it, look down, and experience that transition and interaction.

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Interaction Space

Quick update to show what I’m working on:

This is a view just entering the second-level interaction space (Purple in the programming diagrams) from the bridge that goes over the cafe, showing how the public-private interaction space might look. To encourage interaction, the main circulation is forced to go around a huge interaction area where there are what could be demonstration stations for scientists to play around for inspiration and maybe even just to have fun during break time. The public would be able to interact with the items on those stations, and in turn may also inspire (as well as learn from) the scientists. The middle area is a long bar of benches with tables for resting and more possible interaction. At the end of this space is a main exit circulation, which could also be entry circulation for those who enjoyed and want to re-experience the interaction.

I am still working on it, but it is taking a while, so I am just giving a quick update.

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Diagrams

Programming:

Circulation:

Site (Water flow and connection to existing OMSI):

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Lab Reconfiguration

Offices pulled out to give room for the prep room. Bar end opened up for private circulation. Main public exit at the end.

Interior view of lower left lab bar:

Looking from shared amenity space inward.

Standing in middle of lab looking toward the lab bar end.

Looking from middle toward shared amenities space.

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Circulation Study

Rough Circulation Diagram. Black lines = Private circulation; red lines = Public circulation.

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