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Code [9]

2014-03-11 14:50 Pansy
‘Vertical Ground’ Skyscraper Proposal / Code [9]
'垂直地面'摩天大楼方案/代码[ 9 ]

http://www.archdaily.com/216886/vertical-ground-skyscraper-proposal-code-9/

 
Code [9], a collaboration between Nassim Es-Haghi, George Kontalonis, Jared Ramsdell, and Rana Zureikat, challenges the traditional campus typology that exists today, by looking into education, society, environment and networks with their ‘Vertical Ground’ Skyscraper proposal. Their concept proposes a deployable system that can reconfigure into any environment and function as a flexible and interconnected campus. The synthesis is a new definition of a campus, one that is set within today’s environment and society.


 
Code [9] was formed under the proto-design agenda of the Design Research Laboratory at the Architectural Association and situated within Patrik Schumacher’s agenda for a Semi logical Campus. The studio viewed architecture as a frame to order and adapt society, while pursuing architectural distinctions and differentiation to have embedded cognitive intelligibility.


 
The project deals with a proto-campus that is not site specific, but context specific. It also dealt with urban sites that have embedded culture & activities, relationships on the micro and macro scale, social behavior and architectural typology. Due to a tower’s basic approach to circulation and the diverse chaotic circulation of campuses, it was essential to break down the relentless expression of floor plates. This happened through dividing the tower into groupings of program and open space, core articulation, and by activating open spaces with horizontal connections to adjacent schools.


 
The program clusters are generated per school type. Programmatic relationships were the fundamental driver of organization, based upon an agency and time. The agent was a vital contributor to the organization, as their travel distance and experience were focused on movement. Each school has its own distinct hierarchy of spaces and their connections, thus allowing the micro to develop the macro. The spaces connect based upon circulation patterns, room adjacencies and student capacities. These were then added to public and private relationships to provide for a multi-dimensional series of rules. Spaces were also developed to have the third dimension; this created a densely packed program that provides for a diverse section. The over-all campus became reduced due to the non-standard approach to slab and spaces.


 
Since the goal of the proposal was to create a proto-system for site, program, aesthetics and structure, we chose Manhattan as our testing ground for its melting pot qualities. We choose to use this for our proto-campus because of its diverse site types. Initially we tested our proto-campus upon 4 different sites, a larger site in Chelsea, an infill site in the Lower East, a typical block in Upper East, and a small site in Midtown.


 
However, once we proved the system could be deployed on any site constraints, we then chose to pursue two diverse locations with the most challenging site constraints: Chelsea and Midtown. Chelsea became a grouping of schools with distinct relationships, while midtown became a superblock where the schools fused together almost completely. The deployment of the system is implemented through our own processing algorithms that once again use agents to determine the campus’s over-all layout and form.


 
The interesting part of doing two scenarios with the same system is how the results differ. The distinctions can be seen on the over-all massing, where each campus becomes extremely distinct formally. However, there were also inherent internal changes, such as fused cores, overlapping schools, and continuous circulation networks in Midtown. Where as Chelsea remained more distinct formally by having separate schools, sky bridges, and un-fused cores. The results show the proto-campuses adaptability and performance in any site while still maintaining a campuses functionality and phenomenology.




 
代码[ 9 ] ,挑战传统的校园类型学,通过'垂直地面'摩天大楼建议寻找教育,社会,环境的网络。其概念提议一种可部署系统,可以重新配置到任何环境和功能中,实现灵活和互连的校园。综合性是一个校园的新定义,更加适用于今天的社会环境。代码[ 9 ]的设计师视建筑为秩序和适应社会的框架,同时追求建筑的区别和差异化以提高认知辨识度。
 
该项目涉及一个不限定区位,但限定具体语境的类型学校园。它还涉及城市区域在微观和宏观尺度下已嵌入的文化、活动,社会行为及建筑类型学的关系。由于校园塔楼的基本循环和各种混乱的循环,有必要打破楼板无情的表达。要达到这个目的需要借助于分割塔楼为一系列组群和开放空间,进行核心衔接,以及水平连接附近的学校来激活开放空间。
 
程序集群的生成基于每所学校的类型。系统性关系是整体组织的基本动力,并基于代理和时间。代理对组织做出非常重要的贡献,他们的移动距离和经验都集中在运动行为中。每个学校都有它自己独特的层次结构和连接系统, 该连接基于循环模式,房间的相邻性和学生的需求。加入公共和私密的关系,以提供一种多象限的规则序列。空间也发展到拥有第三个维度,这创造了一个密集集成的程序,提供了多样化的剖面。整个校园减缩为非标准化的平板和空间。
 
由于该提案的目标是创建一个为基地,程序,美学和结构服务的原型系统,设计师选择了具备熔炉品质的曼哈顿作为试验场,在四个不同的地点测试这种原型校园。在证明该系统可以部署在任何场地之后,继续选择了最具挑战性的场地限制2不同的位置:切尔西和市中心。切尔西成为关系鲜明的一组学校,而市中心则成了学校几乎完全融合在一起的超级体块。
 
做两个具有相同系统的方案有趣的部分是结果如此不同。这种区比体现在整体的体量以及内部的变化上,如​​核心,重叠的学校,连续的循环网络。切尔西仍然有独立的学校,空中连桥和未融合的核心正式, 这与市中心的学校群截然不同。结果证明了此校园原型在任何基地上的适应性和性能,以及保持校园的功能和现象的特性。










 
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