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B-Camp Helen & Hard Grains Shimomeguro Kazuhiro Kojima + Kazuko Akamatsu CAt No. One Centaur Street dRMM ARCHITECTS Architects and artists house Andreas Fuhrimann Gabrielle Hchler Architects Apartment I Office of Kumiko Inui Multiple dwelling in Teufen Covas Hunkeler Wyss Reversible-destiny Loft Mitaka Shusaku Arakawa + Madeline Gins Mashrabiya House Senan Abdelqader Architect Svartlamoen Housing Brendeland & Kristoffersen arkitekter Funen Blok K NL Architects Funabashi Apartment Office of Ryue Nishizawa Apartments Leebgasse 46 querkraft architekten Peabody Apartments Niall Mclaughlin LAstrolarbre KOZ architectes

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Apartment House Gradaka Sadar Vuga Arhitekti KEM makoto yokomizo architects Houses in Mulhouse Lacaton & Vassal Urban Villa Domus Radicalis Metrogramma Housing for the Elderly Trebnje Bevk Perovi Arhitekti Condominium Trovski Pristan Sadar Vuga Arhitekti TEO makoto yokomizo architects Suburban Prototype N. 2 GarcaGermn Arquitectos Rural Mat njiric+ arhitekti Brown Residential Tower Gerardo Caballero, Maite Fernndez Habitat 825 LOHA Housing Bjergsted Helen & Hard Headquaters of the Wohn + Stadtbau Housing Association Bolles+Wilson The Porter House SHoP ORIENTE COMPLEX PROMONTORIO ARCHITECTS Wansey Street Housing dRMM ARCHITECTS Inakasa Building Alexis Lpez Acosta + Xavier Ivn Daz Martn 34 apartments in Cambrils Vicente Guallart Jgersborg Water Tower Dorte Mandrup MISS SARGFABRIK BKK-3 Townhouse Wimbergergasse Delugan Meissl Associated Architects LV Building Complex Coll-Leclerc Arquitectos Kallco Wienerberg City Lofts Delugan Meissl Associated Architects ZAC MASSENA Beckmann-NThp Agency Housing in the woods VBM / lava architecten Student Housing Poljane Bevk Perovi Arhitekti Brunnenhof Housing Complex for Large Families Gigon/Guyer Architekten De Salamander LOOS ARCHITECTS MTN mountain dwellings BIG in collaboration with JDS 88 Housing units in Carabanchel Foreign Office Architects Skid Row Housing, Rainbow Apartments Michael Maltzan Architecture P10 mixed use building STUDIO UP Quinta Monroy Elemental 100 Apartments Jakob + Macfarlane 102 Housing units in Carabanchel dosmasuno arquitectos Solaris Manuelle Gautrand VM Houses PLOT = BIG + JDS Newton Suites WOHA Architects Fahle Building KOKO Architects Celosia MVRDV with Blanca Lle Mirador MVRDV with Blanca Lle Wohnhof Orasteig PPAG ARCHITECTS Yerba Buena Loft Stanely Saitowitz Illa de la llum Lus Clotet + Igunacio Paricio Tietgen Dormitory Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects Shinonome Canal Court Block 1 Riken Yamamoto & Associates, Architects Linked Hybrid Steven Holl Architects

UNIT PLANS
SCALE 1/500

TEO

Skid Row Housing, Rainbow Apartments

Funabashi Apartment

Mirador

Solaris

Apartments Leebgasse 46

B-Camp

5m

10m

Reversible destiny Loft Mitaka

Wansey Street Housing

MISS SARGFABRIK

Student Housing Poljane

Rural Mat

Townhouse Wimbergergasse

Headquaters of the Wohn + Stadtbau Housing Association

Yerba Buena Loft

100 Apartments Wohnhof Orasteig

LAstrolarbre

Inakasa Building

34 apartments in Cambrils

Apartment House Gradaka

Newton Suites

Architects and artists house

Linked Hybrid

Funen Blok K

Housing Bjergsted

Quinta Monroy 6

Houses in Mulhouse

Jgersborg Water Tower

Apartment I

KEM

Tietgen Dormitory

Housing Svartlamoen

Londres-Villaroel building complex

Brown Building

Peabody Apartments

Housing for the Elderly Trebnje

102 Housing units in Carabanchel

ZAC MASSENA

Celosia

Habitat 825

Urban Villa Domus Radicalis

Fahle Building

88 Housing units in Carabanchel

P10 mixed use building Brunnenhof Housing Complex for Large Families

No. One Centaur Street

De Salamander

Grains Shimomeguro

Illa de la llum

The Porter House

Kallco Wienerberg City Lofts

Housing in the woods

ORIENTE COMPLEX

MTN mountain dwellings

Multiple dwelling in Teufen

VM Houses

Condominium Trovski Pristan

Mashrabiya House

Suburban Prototype N. 2

From a viewpoint of economy, ecology and flexibility, this social housing is made of wood from structure until finishes in both of exterior and interior. The bareness of material became beautiful icon of this district, for its functionality and sustainability.

Svartlamoen HOUSING
Brendeland & Kristoffersen ArkitektEr
KEYWORD city, social housing, mixed use, unit variety, shared facilities, sustainability, construction scheme SEE ALSO Student Housing Poljane ( p. 202)

Trondheim, Norway, 2005. Program 2 residential buildings, one with a commercial space and four flats shared by 5 to 6 people, the other with 6 one-room flats. Gross floor area 1,015m 2 . Cost 11M NOK (1.3 M ex.V.A.T). Client Svartlamoen housing foundation. Architect Brendeland & Kristoffersen arkitekter AS (Geir Brendeland and Olav Kristoffersen). Engineers; Statics Nils Fjrvik, Reinertsen Engineering AS. Fire Hege Tryggestad / Geir Jensen, Cowi AS. Electricity Terje Dahlheim, Cowi AS. HVAC Marit Fjr, Cowi AS. Project leader (client) Harald Nissen, Svartlamoen Housing Foundation. Contractor Stjern AS. Massive wood elements Santner & Spiehs OEG, Austria. Photographs Johan Fowelin.

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The setting is Trondheim, specifically a rather run-down area called Svartlamoen that started life in the nineteenth century as an outlying working class neighborhood. It was rezoned for industrial use in 1947 but these plans came to naught thanks to fierce local resistance. Svartlamoen degenerated steadily until the 1970s when the citys alternative population (then mostly punks, today largely middle-class anarchists and the occasional fortune-teller) gradually began to appropriate some of the forty or so remaining buildings. Trondheim only recently embraced this development, and in 2001 all plans for industrial development in Svartlamoen were scrapped and the area was rezoned for residential use, under a new designation as a semi-autonomous urban ecological experimental area. All city-owned property in the area was also transferred to a foundation. During this transformation period, an open competition for a new residential building was held. The drafting of the new zoning law, the competition brief and the jury included the participation of representatives from the local community. On April 1, 2005 the project was inaugurated and 31 peoplewho had participated in the planning processmoved into the two wooden buildings. The taller building facing Strandveien contains a commercial space and four flats, each shared by a collective of five to six people. The smaller building contains six one-room flats. The high residential density of the building, 22 m2 per person, is in sharp contrast to the otherwise expansive needs of Norwegians (at 50 m2 per capita, the most generous in the world). The projects density, construction technique and rough detailing (finishing) account for the low cost of the building: at 1.8 million euros with a monthly rent of 350 euros these figures fall well below average Norwegian market values.

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All structural members in this project are factory-produced, untreated massive timber elements that are assembled on site over ten days. Only the exterior wall elements (144 mm thick) are load bearing, providing a column-free space at each story.The interior partitions are almost as thick: 96 mm.

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The partitions create a rough interior where the occupants own furnishings and equipment can be bolted directly to the walls. Additional fine-tuning and customizing of the walls can easily be done with a chain saw or sand paper. This makes for a high grade of flexibility in terms of changes to the program in years to come. The wooden elements are a reusable, renewable, clean and locally-cultivated resource with a positive impact on the carbon dioxide balance in the atmosphere, as carbon is stored in the construction. The taller building of the two is the first of its kind in Norway; the extensive research and development done by the architects and consultants, in collaboration with researchers in Norway, Sweden and Austria, will hopefully help pave the way for the reintroduction of large wooden buildings into urban areas. Large wooden buildings can now fulfill modern fire safety and sound insulation requirements with reasonable budgets.
Detail drawing p. 341

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A collective housing block in big master plan, with variet y and equality at the same time. Ever y apartments are dif ferent in size and height within the same volume, which unite as a undulating landscape of valley. This surprising operation make this building so unique but equal with surrounding buildings.

FUNEN BLOK K
nl architects
KEYWORD aggregation, unit variety, public space, green SEE ALSO De Salamander ( p. 212)

Amsterdam, 2009. Program One apartment building with 10 housing units. Design 1999 / 2006. Completion 2009. Architects NL Architects: Pieter Bannenberg, Walter van Dijk, Kamiel Klaasse, Mark Linnemann. Collaborators Caro Baumann, Jennifer Petersen, Niels Petersen, Holger Schurk, Misa Shibukawa, Rolf Touzimsky. Client IBC Vastgoed / Heijmans. Structural engineers Ingenieursbureau Zonneveld bv. Mechanical engineers Sweegers en de Bruin bv. Building Physics Cauberg Huygen. Contractor: IBC Woningbouw Amersfoort bv. Re-design 2006. Project Architect Gerbrand van Oostveen. Collaborators Jung Hwa Cho, Chris Collaris, Florent le Core, Gert Jan Machiels. Client Heijmans Vastgoed bv. Structural engineers Berkhout Tros Bouwadviseurs. Mechanical engineers Nieman Adviesburo. Contractor Heijmans Bouw Almere. Photographs Antoine van Erp (on the right page), NL Architects.

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These ten houses are part of a masterplan for 500 dwellings and a park by the Architecten Cie, called Het Funen, Hidden Delights. The triangular site is located between the historic center and the recently redeveloped harbor area in the east of Amsterdam. Along the east and the south side a wall containing over 300 apartments and office spaces shields the site from the noise of the adjacent railroad. Inside this semi open block a loose grid is set up, containing 16 smaller housing blocks positioned in a park. These Hidden Delights vary in height from 9 to 18 meters. A shift from the public to the private has taken place. The urban plan including the park is initiated and commissionedtraditionally operations directed by the Cityand developed and built by one single company, IBC Vastgoed. The maintenance of the park will be handled by a private firm, not by the city, but the park will remain publicly accessible. There are three almost square blocks that measure 30.5 by 27.7 meters and should contain 2.5 stories. It was obligatory to build the first two stories in alignment; the third should be 50% building and 50% roof terrace/garden. In block K the volume is distributed evenly over the ten houses; each is allocated 633 cubic meters. The houses are organized according to a typology known as back to back housing, and they are accessed from an aisle in the middle of the block. This mini-canyon rids the faades of the obligatory technical facilities that formally have to be accessible from the public domain.

Antoine van Erp

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The front doors are positioned in the back; the houses are turned inside out. By placing the intestines like water and gas meters, hallways and stairs in the darker zones of the apartments, the faades can open up to the light and to the view, to where the park is. Three other buildings with a slightly smaller footprint, but considerably higher (18m), rise up next to block K. By interpreting the given 2.5 floors as 2 + story as in Being John Malkovich, a clean start without formal determination could be made; a block of 6 + 1.5 = 7.5 meters high. To create space within the masterplan this volume is deformed and redistributed, pushed away as much as possible from the adjacent volumes. Within the orthogonal grid a diagonal vista opens up. The design tool deployed for this operation is a slight rotation of the aisle, orienting it onto two open spaces between the blocksand as such providing a public shortcutinstead of two blind walls. While all houses are at the same time stretched and compressed, either in height or in length, they still maintain the original given volume of 633 m. Although some features of the typology remain, all houses are individual and unique reaching from one-and-a-half to four stories, from 120 to 160m2. All houses are different but part of a larger whole; they are one. The building height now varies from 5 to 15 meters, but overall the average is still the required 7.5 meters. In the process the standard building bay as an organizational tool of construction became elastic.

1. Given envelope = 2 + Stories: The first two stories should be in alignment (100 %), the third with a setback: 50 % building + 50 % roofgarden. Average building height = 7,5 meters. Total volume = 6336 m3.

2. Back to Back: Conventional building technique: 10 ground related identical houses.

3. Being John Malkovich: Re-interpretation of given envelope: 2 stories (100 % roof garden): a block waiting to be touched.

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4. Alley: The obligatory storage spaces, technical facilities and hallways are absorbed in and accessed from the center of the block: the faades open up to the light and the park.

Shortcut

Shortcut
5. Shortcut: By orienting the alley towards two open spaces instead of two blind walls an attractive shortcut is created. This line forms the spine of the volumes deformation: northwest and southeast corners rise whereas northeast and southwest corners are lowered. The typology becomes elastic, a range from 1 to 4 stories. The average building height remains 7,5 meters.

6. Flex: Strategically positioning the volume towards the sun results in a lower south and higher north section.

Vista

Vista

7. Vista: The deformation as a consequence of the diagonal shortcut creates a void in the otherwise dense master plan.

8. Elastic Building Bay: The block is divided up into ten houses with equal volume (633 m3) but different floor areas. The houses on the north and south sides get daylight from two sides. Whereas the six in the middle depend on only one faade (and the patio). The extra width is a positive side effect of the equation. 55

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Plan level +4

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Room sections

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An alternative approach for mini-apartments. Eliminating hierarchy of living, bedroom, kitchen or bathroom, make equal sized independent spaces for each function to seek new way to use and storage.

office of Ryue Nishizawa


KEYWORD aggregation, mini apartments, flexible plan SEE ALSO LV building complex ( p. 180)

funabashi apartment

Bedroom, kitchen and bathroom mixed up in a small space

Bedroom, kitchen and bathroom as three separate living units

Chiba, Japan, 2004. Program 16 apartments (25-30 m2). Site area 339,74 m2. Building area 243,04 m2. Three floors. Structure: Reinforced concrete. Finish Waterproof sheet roof. Exterior walls hydrophobic material on bare concrete. Architects Ryue Nishizawa, Kimihiko Okada, Yusuke Ohi, Ippei Takahashi. Structural engineer Hiroki Kume. Environmental engineering Kazunari Ohshima, Masakazu Itsukida. Client Nobuyuki Tanaka. Photographs Jin Hosoya (exterior photo), Office of Ryue Nishizawa.

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This building of rental apartments is composed of fifteen units that vary in size from 25 to 30 m2. Contrary to conventional approaches, which compress the support program, such as bathrooms or kitchens, into a minimum footprint, this project rethinks that strategy. Filling the maximum allowable footprint and volume permitted by law, the apartment building is set on a regular 9.6 x 26 meter plan. The basic apartment is composed of bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen, where the support program spaces of kitchen and bath are comparable in size to living room or bedroom spaces. This allows for functions to be distributed across the spaces, moving beyond a single studio-like living space where all activity occurs. In a large one-room apartment, residents' belongings are mixed and scattered. In the Funabashi apartments, belongings can be thematically arranged: washing machine and plants are located in the bathroom; clothes and comics in the bedroom; table and dishes for the kitchen.
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The functions of the rooms on the faade side of the building are varied. The height, size, and material of the windows differ according to the assumed position of the furniture in each room, giving the faade its random appearance.

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Although the adjoining southern site is currently vacant, windows for natural daylight and ventilation were provided at all sides, considering the neighboring properties expected to be developed in the future. By aligning broad openings between spaces, light penetrates each unit, while privacy will be kept between the segments. There is a blend of units created by various combinations of spaces of different sizes and characters. Unlike the traditional one-room condominium that minimizes the space for kitchen and bathroom, maximizing the living room, the intention is to offer spacious and comfortable kitchens, baths, and bedrooms. Here, residents can find alternate uses for each space. The bathroom for instance can become a place to store and enjoy music or to grow indoor plants.

B Ba W O K S E G

Bedroom Bathroom West Staircase Office Kitchen Storage Entrance Garden

The doorways between rooms are wider than standard and have different treatments based on program adjacencies. For instance, the kitchen floor is flush with that of the living room in order to withstand and soften the high traffic between these two areas. In the case of a kitchen+bathroom or kitchen+bedroom combination, residents must cross an elevated threshold.

More drawing p. 344

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By splitting the whole volumes into some wings, this collective housing building has succeeded to give the residents to have independent views like as a private house in the woods. Every window is facing to the forest, and the balconies are hanging in the trees.

HOUSING IN ThE WOODS


VBM / LAVA ARCHITECTEN
KEYWORD aggregation, independency, view SEE ALSO MTN mountain dwellings ( p. 218)

Tennislaan Genk, Belgium, 2006 (the first building)-2011(all three blocks). Program 3 housing blocks with 48 units. Client Jacobs - Van Briel nv. Surface 7,650m. Design team / design VBMarchitecten. Design team / realization Lava Architecten. Structural engineering AB associates. Health and safety adviser Ivan Vanheel. Contractor Algemene Bouwonderneming Vandenbos. Budget 6.2M . Photographs Christian Richters.

This is the first completed block of a project of three. The housing units are raised nearly two stories above ground, supported by thin columns that ensure that every room has a view to the woods. At either end, the volume is fragmented and transformed by means of suspended wooden balconies, cornered roof gardens or an inset roof terrace. The ground floor is used for garages and covered outdoor parking spaces. The first floor is occupied by private storage rooms that serve the apartments above.

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Program/densification: Three blocks with a maximum of 4 levels containing 48 houses on a minimal footprint.

Noise: One volume is rotated away from a neighboring tennis club. A raised verge or berm formed from the excavated ground, and vegetation function as an acoustic buffer.

Views: The star composition maximizes the view to the green surroundings, without the interruption of the other volumes.

Infrastructure: Reduction of the impact of parking and traffic on the use of open space by rotating the volume.

Orientation: One volume has an east-west orientation; the other two have an approximate north-south orientation. North-facing apartments have a cantilevered living room or terrace.

Refinement: The volumes are fragmented and curved at the staircase, offering a view to the surroundings. This fragmentation reduces the scale of the buildings and seeks a sensitive integration on the site. Living in the woods in the pure sense.

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The building is divided into two wings, each with two apartments per floor (with two, three or four bedrooms). Every room faces the forest, and every living room has a balcony or a terrace (big, small, hanging or inset). The ground floor is used for car and bicycle parking.

Plan level +1

Ground floor plan

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How does one give a new urban residential block with an enormous parking garage a suburban atmosphere with plenty of green? Use the parking garage as the base of a topography, and cover it with living units with terraced gardens that will grow into a new green mountain.

MTN mountain dwellinGs


in collaboration with JDS
KEYWORD city, mixed use, green, view SEE ALSO VM Houses ( p. 268) MORE DRAWINGS p. 358-361

BIG

Copenhagen, 2008. Program 80 housing units. Client Hpfner A/S, Danish Oil Company A/S. Size 33,000 m 2 . Par tner-in- Charge Bjarke Ingels. Project Architect Jakob Lange. Project Leader Finn Nrkjr. Project Manager Jan Borgstrm. Construction Manager Henrick Poulsen. Contributors Annette Jensen, Dariusz Bojarski, Dennis Rasmussen, Eva Hviid- Nielsen, Joao Vieira Costa, Jrn Jensen, Karsten V. Vestergaard, Karsten Hammer Hansen, Leon Rost, Louise Steffensen, Malte Rosenquist, Mia Frederiksen, Ole Elkjr-Larsen, Ole Nannberg, Roberto Rosales Salazar, Rong Bin, Sophus Sbye, Sren Lambertsen, Wataru Tanaka. Collaborator JDS, Moe & Brdsgaard, Freddy Madsen Rdgivende Ingenirer ApS. Photographs Ramon Prat, Dragor Luftfoto (p. 276).

The Mountain Dwellings are a second generation of VM Houses (see pages 268-275)same client, same size and same street. However, the brief here is divided into 2/3 parking and 1/3 living spaces. Rather than creating two separate buildingsa parking deck and a housing blockthe two programs are merged into a symbiotic relationship. The parking wants to be connected to the street, whereas the housing wants sunlight, fresh air and views. The Mountain Dwellings appear as a suburban neighborhood of sun-facing garden homes flowing over a ten-story buildingsuburban living with urban density.

1. The site is adjacent to the VM Houses.

2. It is 8000 m2, for a building surface of 30.000m2.

3. This surface is divided into 1/3 housing and 2/3 parking.

4. These functions are organized on two different layers, with the housing on top of the parking.

5. The volume is inclined to benefit from eastward views.

6. and to the south, in order to maximize sun exposure.

7. The edges along the VM are cut to maintain the views.

8. A continuous ramp organizes the mountain parking.

9. Parking is sorounded by a metal mesh with an image of Mt. Everest.

10. The housing layer is subdivided following a 10 x 10 m grid

11. and tiered.

12. The L-shaped houses and planted balconies guarantee the privacy of each unit.
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The site is in a newly developed suburban area of Copenhagen close to the new metro station. It is surrounded by smallscale houses towards the east and wide-open plots towards the west. An elevated metro line and a canal run adjacent to the building. (From left to right: VM and MTN buildings)

Dragor Luftfoto

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The roof gardens consist of a terrace and a planted edge that changes character according to the seasons. The only thing that separates the apartment and the garden is a glass faade with sliding doors to provide light and fresh air.

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The residents of the 80 apartments were the first in Orestaden to have parking directly outside their homes. The gigantic parking area contains 480 parking spots and a sloping elevator that moves along the mountains inner walls. In some places the ceiling height is up to 16 meters which gives the impression of a cathedral-like space.

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The north and west facades are covered by perforated aluminum plates, which let in air and light to the parking area. The holes in the facade form a huge reproduction of Mount Everest. At day the holes in the aluminum plates will appear black on the bright aluminium, and the gigantic picture will resemble that of a rough rasterized photo. At night time the faade will be lit from the inside and appear as a photo negative in different colours as each floor in the parking area has different colours.

North faade

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The apartments measure between 80 and 150 m2. Each unit has a large garden with favorable views, ample sunlight, and direct access to and from the parking deck. Deep planter beds installed throughout terraces foster privacy within neighboring units.

Typical unit and corner unit plans

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The building slopes upward from south-east to north-west with parking below and housing above.

Plan level +3

Ground floor plan: Parking structure and ramps up eleven floors.

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Can we get a bigger photo?

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88 HousinG units in Carabanchel


foreiGn office architects
KEYWORD aggregation, unit variety, green, shared facility SEE ALSO Mashrabiya House ( p. 40) MORE DRAWINGS p. 362-369

Madrid, 2007 Program 88 housing units. Total area 9,600m 2 . Gross internal area 8,183.65m 2 (apartments), 3,200.62 m 2 (parking and storage), 11,384.27 m 2 (total). Design FOA Team: Farshid Moussavi, Alejandro ZaeraPolo with David Casino, Leo Gallegos, Joaquim Rigau, Caroline Markus, Nerea Calvillo. Contractor ACCIONA. Structural Engineer Jess Hierro, JHS Proyecto de Estructuras y Arquitectura. Quantity Sur veyor Alfonso Cuenca Snchez. Electrical Engineer FASEVEN. Mechanical Engineers ASETECNIC. Telecommunication Engineer Ral Heranz , S.D.C. Budget 5.2M . Photographs Ramon Prat.

The site is a 10045 meter rectangle oriented north-south and limiting on the west with a new urban park and on the north, east and south with similar housing blocks. Building regulations in this new development in the south of Madrid set the number and type of units as well as the maximum building height, but not the alignment within the rectangular plot.
Site Distribution Connexion between green areas

FOA plot 98 x 45 m 4445 m2

62% 38%

Building plot Park Residential

Common green area Building

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Ground floor plan There are many unit types to accommodate different types of families. They mostly run across the entire width of the building, offering terraces on both faades. There are exits to the common green area from the entrance hall that houses the elevator and stairs.
Unit 1D Unit 3D Entrance Unit 2D Unit 4D Core

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Given the adjacency to the future urban park and the north-south orientation of the site, the proposal compacted the volume within the given height so that every unit has double east-west exposure. The units become 13.4 m long tubes that connect both faades and avoid any type of structure in the partitions between apartments. The concentration on the western side of the plot provides a private garden for the units on the eastern side, located above the parking.

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VT-1 (1 Bedroom) Living-dining-kitchen Bedroom 1 Bath Vestibule Terrace Total No. of units

18.62m2 13.71m2 4.36m2 3.91m2 9.62m2 44.66m2 5

VT-1 (1 Bedroom) Living-dining-kitchen Bedroom 1 Bath Vestibule Terrace Total No. of units

18.96m2 14.89m2 4.19m2 2.89m2 10.45m2 45.02m2 2

VT-4 (2 Bedroom) Living-dining-kitchen Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2 Bath Aseo Vestibule Closet Terrace Total No. of units

27.61m2 12.10m2 9.59m2 3.97m2 1.29m2 5.35m2 1.58m2 15.79m2 67.62m2 10

VT-8 (3 Bedroom) Kitchen Living-dining Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bath Aseo Vestibule Terrace Total No. of units

9.75m2 24.75m2 11.33m2 8.25m2 8.18m2 5.21m2 2.95m2 4.54m2 21.14m2 82.46m2 2

VT-9 (4 Bedroom) Kitchen Living-dining Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom 4 Bath 1 Bath 2 Vestibule Terrace Total No. of units

9.75m2 24.65m2 14.09m2 8.25m2 8.18m2 8.19m2 4.12m2 3.52m2 4.37m2 21.90m2 93.63m2 8

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Each side of the building is provided with a 1.5 m wide terrace along the full faade that can accommodate different functions during certain seasons.These terraces are enclosed with bamboo louvers mounted on folding frames that provide with the necessary protection from the strong east-west sun exposure, provide security to the units and open entirely to the side gardens when desired.

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A large housing blocks with mixed use program, which is open to the public as a part of an old project of big meditteranean passage continues to the sea. Thus this privately developped project is fully dedicated to the context and contemporary needs of local society, as well as its history.

P10 MIXED USE BUILDING


StUDIo UP
KEYWORD city, mixed use, flexible plan, public space, green SEE ALSO Linked Hybrid ( p. 326)

Public spaces Split, Croatia, 2009. Program Mixed use building with 92 private apartments (4 basic types: S with one bedroom: 52 m 2, M with two bedroom: 62 m2, L with three bedroom: 76 m2, and XL with a roof terrace: 105 m2), offices, commercial spaces, 500 parking lot, gardens and a small archaeological museum. Area 21,600 m. Project team Lea Pelivan, Toma Plejic with Sasa Relic, Mojca Smode, Marina Zajec, Antun Sevek, Ida Kriaj, Marko Rukavina, Marta Lozo, Teodor Cvitanovic / STUDIO UP. Horticulture Robert Duic. Graphic design Damir Gamulin. Construction Mate Staniic. Acoustics Zlatan Klijenak. Mechanical installations ENG-90; Milan Bjedov, Ernest Kevo, Sinisa Radic. Fire consultants ZAST; Mladen Mijac, Ognjen Truta. Photographs Robert Les.

The P10 mixed-use building houses offices, commercial showrooms, apartments, a public garage and a small archaeological museum devoted to the Diocletian Aqueduct that runs through the site. This area was part of an ambitious and romantic postwar study by Berislav Kalodjera that proposed a connective sequence of open public spaces from south to the north of the Split peninsula. The site has since then been regarded as a void operating as a narthex to the sport campus on the north. The projects competition entry proposed a new typology for the site that follows the pulsating rhythm of slabs and towers within Splits ring. The design combines four towers (apartments and offices) that rise up from a retail spiral slab that echoes the romantic idea of the sequence of public spaces by incorporating an internal public route and introducing a series of Mediterranean gardens.

Contextual map based on mid 20th century study by Berislav Kalodjera, which connected the sides of the Split peninsula via a series of Mediterranean streets and piazzas.

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The base volume of lower spiral (ground floor and the first floor) is occupied by public spaces, gardens, commercial spaces and offices. The roof is covered by concrete mosaic tiles only visible from the apartments, which is simulating a garden illusion with fake dark shadow as urban lichen. The garage has color coding system: Lower ground floor red as continuum of the ground floors public realm, blue level with the Diocletians aquaduct, yellow goes well with the black asphalt and white-private garage.

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The project refers to some modernist buildings along the ring, a kind of homage to the local master architects: The materials refer to the architect Ivo Radic who used fibre cement sheets to form a Mediterranean, high-tech layered faade produced by a local factory (Salonit). In response to insulation and cost requirements, Eternit fibre-cement sheets were applied here. The color scheme refers to Stanko Fabris, who designed the polychromic towers with a raster faade. The public passage on the ground floor is a homage for Frano Gotovacs huge building called the Chinese wall.

Flexible unit plan scheme: except the structural core and faade, the position of all other elements could be varied with the residents participation during the excecution design phase.

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In this second project of social housing in Madrid, the openness of its public space is transformed into more fragmental, functional common spaces (rather than symbolic representation). The porous composition of many small housing blocks creates more local communication between the neighbors like of almost suburban communities, but in 3D volumes of high density.

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KEYWORD city, social housing, unit variety, shared facilities, sustainability, construction scheme. SEE ALSO Yerba Buena Loft ( p. 304)
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Sanchinarro, Madrid, 2009. Program 30 blocks of 146 social housing (1, 2 or 3 bedroom apartments) with communal outside areas, 165 parking and 6 commercial spaces. Total floor area 21,550m 2 . Construction cost 12.6M . Client EMVS, the public housing corporation of the city of Madrid. Photographs Ricardo Espinosa.

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The faade is made of coated concrete which was from the ground floor up constructed in complete mould system, an efficient and clean way to cast concrete, keeping the construction cost to a minimum; an important asset for this social housing project. The polyurethane coating allows the faade to shimmer and reflect depending on the light condition.

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All windows are floor-to-ceiling height and can be shielded from the sun. Each apartment has the possibility of cross ventilation through two or three facades and enjoys views through the building and to the surrounding. A system of power efficient boilers is used in the building; solar panels on the roof heat water reducing energy consumption further. The nearby Mirador building which was completed by MVRDV and Blanca Lle in 2005 also discusses the traditional building block by flipping it vertically. The Celosa building is horizontally arranged around the interior court but opposes the generic introverted architecture in the area by bringing light and communal space into the building.

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A project to expand the function of the dwelling and meaning of community in huge collective housing. The unit has a space with transparent faade to live and show to its neighbors, where can be used as office, hobby or some extra activities.

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KEYWORD city, social housing, mixed use, unit variety, flexible plan, public space SEE ALSO 88 Housing units in Carabanchel ( p. 228) MORE DRAWINGS p. 386-387

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Tokyo, 2003. Program 420 housing units (including 10, 43-132 m2 live/work units), shops, parking. Site area 9,221 m2. Building area 5,938 m2. Gross floor area 50,095 m2. Structure Reinforced concrete, partly steel frame. Architects Riken Yamamoto & Associates, Architects. Client Urban Development Company. Structural Engineers Takumi Orimoto Structural Engineers & Asociates, Urban Development Corporation, JV of Mitsui, Konoike, Dai Nippon Construction. Mechanical Engineers Sogo Consultants, Environmental Equipment, Urban Development Corporation, JV of Mitsui, Konoike, Dai Nippon Construction. Photographs Nacasa & Partners (p.190 right, p.191-192), Riken Yamamoto & Associates, Architects (all the other photographs).

Common terrace and f-room (foyer): The interior communal terrace is an open space with double height and with free access for all the residents. The flats located alongside this communal terrace have a room known as the f-room (a type of foyer or reception area), with glass walls that offer a view of the interior of the houses. The f-room can be used as an office in the home, as a place to join in leisure activities with other neighbours, or a childrens play area, amongst other things. By visually opening up part of the house, it is possible to create a community, or communication among much more active neighbours than in opaque apartments that are closed off to the rest of the community. The faades of the f-rooms have coloured wooden shutters that can be partially or completely closed as needed.
Example of use of the f-room: office

Communal terrace shared by the residents. Some residents put out tables and chairs at weekends to chat with their neighbours. The views from the communal terraces, an outdoor area within the building. By means of the coloured wooden shutters, the f-rooms can be closed (green at the top) or opened (green at the bottom).

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Site plan: There are 2,000 apartments divided into 6 blocks designed by 6 different teams. All of the blocks are connected by wooden platforms on the first level and the S-shaped path on the ground level.

Second floor of block 1 (lower right) and block 2 (upper left, designed by Toyo Ito). In order to harmonize their external appearance, the dimensions, materials and faade designs are coordinated.

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This is a high-density urban collective-housing project in Shinonome, Koto ward, Tokyo, with approximately 2,000 units. Six different teams of architects designed six blocks in total. The architects at Riken Yamamoto were responsible for the completion of the first block. Each one of the designers made various proposals based on the theme prospects for urban housing, and developed their designs in coordination with designers of other blocks. The planning of an S-shaped road running through the site, standardizing the maximum height, coordinating the placement of external walls and other rules affecting the overall project were all decided following the design guidelines. However, those guidelines did not hinder the individual architects. The creation of the Urban Development Corporation allowed architects to ascertain common principles, working as a kind of negotiation table. As a result of that cooperative work process, a new model, which exceeded previous frameworks, was proposed. The distinctive features of Block 1 are the common terraces hollowed out of the dwellings, the home office-like f-room, the bright internal corridor and the bath and kitchen unit. A common terrace with a double-story void is located randomly on each floor. The internal corridors, which draw light and ventilation from those terraces, function like exterior spaces. Also, about 60% of the doors facing onto the internal corridors are made of glass. Furthermore, positioning the f-rooms along the corridor creates the opportunity to open residences to the exterior. In doing so, the bath and kitchen unit is consequently placed on the outer wall, increasing the amount of freedom in the interior, and the bathroom becomes like a glazed sunroom. This is an attempt to create a new kind of inner-city collective housing, where work and dwelling can be integrated.

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The typical nLDK residential model of multi-family housing (n number of bedrooms + living room + dining + kitchen) is also applied in the plans of most individual houses and has become almost the sole residential model in Japan. This project provides inner-city rental accommodation as an alternative to that model. It allows not only for the conventional type of family dwelling, but caters also to group homes for the elderly or singles, as well as to people sharing accommodations. When residence = family defines the only conceivable residential unit, there arent many opportunities or reasons to open up dwellings to the outside. In the case of the Shinonome project, opening up to the exterior was necessary in order to allow for diverse lifestyles and uses. For this reason, the areas surrounding the entrance to the apartments had to be made as flexible as possible, freed-up from sanitary facilities and other water-use areas such as the kitchen, which are placed next to the faade, as far as possible from the entrance.
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Not only for its huge scale and complex program, this project functions as a city within a city for its integration of diverse spaces. Instead of separating the private apartments in a big mass or higher level of the building, they are distributed to be a gate and structure to connect all the other hybrid program. Thus the whole building becomes a real 3 dimensional city, a place to pass through.

LINKED HYBRID
KEYWORD city, mixed use, unit variety, shared facilities, public space, green, sustainability SEE ALSO Mirador ( p. 292) MORE DRAWINGS p. 388-395 Open Community and Hybrid Programing

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Development of hybrid program Beijing, 2008. Program 750 apartments, cinematheque, galleries, retail shops, 60-room hotel, kindergarten and underground parking garage. Total floor area 2,383,797 sq. ft. (221,462 m 2). Client Modern Group. Structural Engineer Guy Nordenson and Associates (Derek Chan, Erik Nelson, Guy Nordenson, Claire Argow). Associate Structural Engineer Capital Engineering and China Academy of Building Research (Xiao Congzhen). Photographs Iwan Baan.

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The Linked Hybrid complex counters the current urban developments in China by creating a new porous urban space that promotes interactive relations and encourages encounters in the public spaces that vary from commercial, residential, and educational to recreational. The entire complex is a three-dimensional urban space in which buildings on the ground, under the ground and over the ground are fused together. The ground level offers a number of open passages Linked Hybrid is a pedestrian-oriented combination of public and private space that encourages for residents and visitors alike to walk through. the use of shared resources and reduces the Shops activate the urban space surrounding the need for wasteful modes of transit. The project is an urban oasis, proving that peaceful, green large reflecting pond. On the intermediate level of spaces can exist in a swelling metropolis. the lower buildings, public roof gardens offer tranquil green spaces, and at the top of the eight residential towers private roof gardens are connected to the penthouses. All public functions on the ground levelincluding a restaurant, hotel, Montessori school, kindergarten, and cinemahave connections with the green spaces surrounding and penetrating the project. The elevator displaces like a jump cut to another series of passages on a higher level. From the 12th to the 18th floor, a multi-functional series of skybridges with a swimming pool, a fitness room, a caf, a gallery, auditorium and a mini-salon connects the eight residential towers and the hotel tower, and offers spectacular views over the unfolding city. Programmatically, it is expected that the public sky-loop and the base-loop will constantly generate random relationships. They should function as social condensers, resulting in a special experience of city life for both residents and visitors.

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T1-2005 DUPLEX 147 m 2 4 BR

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T5-1404 T5-E 88 m 2 1 BR T5-1305 T5-E 94 m 2 1 BR T5-1205 T5-E 94 m 2 1 BR T5-1105 T5-E 94 m 2 1 BR T5-1005 T5-E 94 m 1 BR T5-0905 T5-E 94 m 2 1 BR T5-0805 T5-E 94 m 2 1 BR T5-0705 T5-E 94 m 2 1 BR T5-0605 T5-E 94 m 2 1 BR T5-0505 T5-E 94 m 2 1 BR T5-0405 T5-E 94 m 2 1 BR
2

T6-1401 254 m 2 4 BR T6-1301 T6-A 100 m 2 1 BR T6-1201 T6-A 100 m 2 1 BR T6-1101 T6-A 100 m 2 1 BR T6-1001 T6-A 100 m 1 BR T6-0901 T6-A 100 m 2 1 BR T6-0801 T6-A 100 m 2 1 BR T6-0701 T6-A 100 m 2 1 BR T6-0601 T6-A 100 m 2 1 BR T6-0501 T6-A 100 m 2 1 BR T6-0401 T6-A 100 m 2 1 BR T6-0301 201 m 2 4 BR
2

13 F

T1-1301 T1-A 110 m 2 5 BR

T2-1303 T2-C 121 m 2 3 BR T2-1203 T2-C 121 m 2 3 BR T2-1103 T2-C 121 m 2 3 BR T2-1003 T2-C 121 m 3 BR T2-0903 T2-C 121 m 2 3 BR
2

T3-1305 T7-B 96 m 2 2 BR T3-1205 T7-B 96 m 2 2 BR T3-1105 T7-B 96 m 2 2 BR T3-1005 T7-B 96 m 2 BR T3-0905 T7-B 96 m 2 2 BR T3-0805 T7-B 96 m 2 2 BR T3-0705 T7-B 96 m 2 2 BR T3-0605 T7-B 96 m 2 2 BR T3-0505 T7-B 96 m 2 2 BR T3-0405 T7-B 96 m 2 2 BR T3-0303 T3-K 193 m 2 2 BR T3-0203 193 m 2 2 BR
2

T6

T6

15

3B

12 F

T1-1201 T1-A 110 m 2 5 BR

T6

T6

15

3B

11 F

T1-1101 T1-A 110 m 2 5 BR

T6

T6

15

3B

10 F

T1-1001 T1-A 110 m 5 BR


2

T6

T6

15

3 BR T1-0903 T1-C 117 m 2 3 BR T1-0802 T1-C 117 m 2 3 BR T1-0702 T1-C 117 m 2 3 BR T1-0602 T1-C 117 m 2 3 BR T1-0502 T1-C 117 m 2 3 BR T1-0402 T1-C 117 m 2 3 BR

3 BR T1-0904 T1-D 137 m 2 3 BR SW T1-0803 T1-D 137 m 2 3 BR T1-0703 S1-0701 T1-D 137 m 2 157 m 2 3 BR 2 BR T1-0603 S1-0601 T1-D S1-A 137 m 2 309 m 2 3 BR 5 BR T1-0503 S1-0501 T1-D S1-A 137 m 2 309 m 2 3 BR 5 BR T1-0403 S1-0401 T1-D S1-A 137 m 2 309 m 2 3 BR 5 BR T1-0302 S1-0301 T1-D S1-A 333 m 2 4 BR S1-0201 S1-A 333 m 2 4 BR (SLAB2+TOWER2) 137 m 2 3 BR T1-0202 T1-D 137 m 2 3 BR S1-0702 DUPLEX 252 m 2 4 BR S1-0703 DUPLEX 305 m2 4 BR S1-0704 DUPLEX 224 m 2 4 BR S1-0705 DUPLEX 314 m 2 4 BR S1-0602 S1-A 333 m 2 4 BR S1-0502 S1-A 333 m 2 4 BR S1-0402 S1-A 333 m 2 4 BR S1-0706 DUPLEX 276 m 2 4 BR 99 m 2 1 BR S1-0603 S 1- B 110 m 2 1 BR S1-0503 S1-B 110 m 2 1 BR S1-0403 S1-B 110 m 2 1 BR S1-0707 S1-0708 S1-B 110 m 2 1 BR S1-0604 S1-C 84 m 2 1 BR S1-0504 S1-C 84 m 2 1 BR S1-0404 S1-C 84 m 2 1 BR S1-0302 S1-C 84 m 2 1 BR S1-0202 S1-C 84 m 2 1 BR 1 BR 10 112 m 2 2 BR S1-0605 S1-D 104 m 2 2 BR S1-0505 S1-D 104 m 2 2 BR S1-0405 S1-D 104 m 2 2 BR S1-0303 S1-D 104 m 2 2 BR S1-0203 S1-D 104 m 2 2 BR 2 BR 31 S1-0709 DUPLEX SECOND LEVEL

2.5 BR T5-0903 T5-C 161 m 2 2.5 BR T5-0803 T5-C 161 m 2 2.5 BR T5-0703 T5-C 161 m 2 2.5 BR T5-0603 T5-C 161 m 2 2.5 BR T5-0503 T5-C 161 m 2 2.5 BR T5-0403 T5-C 161 m 2 2.5 BR T5-0302 157 m 2 2 BR T5-0202 T5-C 147 m 2 2 BR 3 BR 28 19

3B

9F

T1-0901 T1-A 110 m 2 5 BR

T6

T6

S1
NW NE SE S

110 m 2 2 BR T2-0801 T2-A 110 m 2 2 BR T2-0701 T2-A 110 m 2 2 BR T2-0601 T2-A 110 m 2 2 BR T2-0501 T2-A 110 m 2 2 BR T2-0401 T2-A 110 m 2 2 BR

15

3B

8F

T1-0801 2 19 m 2 4 BR

T6

T6

15

3B

7F

T1-0701 219 m 2 4 BR

T6

T6

15

3B

6F

T1-0601 219 m 2 4 BR

T6

T6

15

3B

5F

T1-0501 219 m 2 4 BR

T6

T6

15

3B

4F

T1-0401 219 m 2 4 BR

T6

T6

15

3B

3F

T1-0201 347 m 2 5 BR

DUPLEX SECOND LEVEL

2F

T1-0201 2 97 m 2 5 BR 1 BR 0 2 BR 0 3 BR 35 4 BR 12 5 BR 19

T2-0201 DUPLEX 319 m 2 5 BR 3 BR 13 4 BR 27 5 BR 6

T2-0202 261 m 2 4 BR 87

T6

94 1 BR 32

1B

66

2 BR 60

3 BR 22

4 BR 12

5 BR 3

97

1 BR 30

2 BR

KEY ? ?
T2-0501 T2-A 110 m2 2 BR
APARTMENT NUMBER APARTMENT TYPE ? AREA ? NUMBER OF BEDROOMS ?

1 BEDROOM
183 25.4%

2 BEDROOMS
190 26.4%

3 BEDROOMS
183 25.4%

4 BEDROOMS
114 15.8%

5+ BEDROOMS
50 6.9%

OVERALL NUMBER OF UNITS:


720

REQIUREMENTS BY CLIENT NO. OF BR SIZE PERC./UNITS 1 < 100 M2 5 2 100-150 M2 15

328

This new vertical urban sector offers individuation in urban living with hundreds of hingedspace apartment layouts that are all designed along the principles of Feng-Shui.

Energy flows: The project features a ground source heat pump system, one of the largest in residential construction. Shouldering 70% of the complexs yearly heating and cooling load, the system is comprised of 660 geothermal wells, 100 m below the basement foundation. These underground wells have taken the place of above-ground space normally needed for cooling towers, increasing available green areas, minimizing noise pollution and significantly reducing the CO2 emissions created by traditional heating/ cooling methods.

OWER 6
NE SE S SW DUPLEX SECOND LEVEL

TOWER 9
NW NE SE S DUPLEX SECOND LEVEL

6-2002

T6-2003 DUPLEX 322 m 2 5 BR T6-1903 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR T6-1803 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR T6-1703 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR

T6-2004 DUPLEX 272 m 2 4 BR T6-1904 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR T6-1804 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR T6-1704 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR

T6-2005 DUPLEX 198 m 2 3 BR T6-1905 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-1805 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-1703 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-1603 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR

T9-2001 DUPLEX 292 m 2 5 BR T9-1901 292 m 2 4 BR T9-1801 2 92 m 2 4 BR T9-1701 292 m 2 4 BR T9-1601 T9-A 146 m 2 2 BR T9-1501 T9-A 146 m 2 2 BR T9-1401 T9-A 146 m 2 2 BR T9-1301 289 m 2 5 BR T9-1201 T9-A 146 m 2 2 BR T9-1101 T9-A 146 m 2 2 BR T9-1001 T9-A 146 m 2 BR T9-0901 T9-A 146 m 2 2 BR T9-0801 289 m 2 5 BR T9-0701 289 m 2 5 BR T9-0601 289 m 2 5 BR T9-0501 289 m 2 5 BR T9-0401 289 m 2 5 BR T9-0301 108 m 2 1 BR T9-0201 108 m 2 1 BR 86 1 BR 33
2

T9-2002 DUPLEX 266 m 2 4 BR T9-1902 282 m 2 4 BR T9-1802 282 m 2 4 BR T9-1702 282 m 2 4 BR

T9-2003 DUPLEX 270 m 2 4 BR T9-1903 T9-B 135 m 2 3 BR T9-1803 T9-B 1 35 m 2 3 BR T9-1703 T9-B 135 m 2 3 BR T9-1602 T9-B 135 m 2 3 BR

T9-2004 DUPLEX 292 m 2 5 BR T9-1904 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-1804 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-1704 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-1603 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-1502 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-1402 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-1905 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-1805 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-1705 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-1604 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-1503 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-1403 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-1303 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-1204 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-1104 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-1004 T9-C 71 m 1 BR T9-0904 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-0803 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-0703 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-0603 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-0503 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-0403 T9-C 71 m 2 1 BR T9-0203 T9-A 146 m 2 2 BR T9-0203 T9-A 146 m 2 2 BR
2

UPLEX

04 m 2

TOWER 8
SW NW NE SE S DUPLEX SECOND LEVEL

BR

6-1902

6- B

51 m 2

BR

6-1802

T8-1801 DUPPLEX 305 m 2 5 BR T8-1701 181 m 2 3 BR T8-1601 181 m 2 3 BR T8-1501 276 m 2 4 BR T8-1401 T8-A 143 m 2 2 BR T8-1301 T8-A 143 m 2 2 BR T8-1201 276 m 2 4 BR T8-1101 T8-A 143 m 2 2 BR T8-1001 T8-A 143 m 2 BR T8-0901 T8-A
2

T8-1802 DUPPLEX 225 m 2 4 BR T8-1702 T8-C 75 m 2 1 BR T8-1602 T8-C 75 m 2 1 BR

T8-1803 DUPPLEX 274 m 2 4 BR T8-1703 T8-B 134 m2 3 BR T8-1603 T8-B 134 m2 3 BR T8-1502 T8-B 133 m2 3 BR T8-1402 T8-B 133 m2 3 BR

T8-1804 DUPPLEX 277 m 2 4 BR T8-1704 T8-B 133 m2 3 BR T8-1604 T8-B 133 m2 3 BR T8-1503 T8-C 71 m 2 1 BR T8-1403 T8-C 71 m 2 1 BR T8-1302 T8-C 71 m 2 1 BR T8-1202 T8-C 71 m 2 1 BR

T8-1805 DUPPLEX 292 m 2 5 BR T8-1705 T 8- A 134 m 2 2 BR T8-1605 T8-A 134 m 2 2 BR T8-1504 T8-D 67 m 2 1 BR T8-1404 T8-D 67 m 2 1 BR T7-1301 T8-D 67 m 2 1 BR T8-1203 T8-D 67 m 2 1 BR T8-1104 T8-D 67 m 2 1 BR T7-1101 T7-A 99 m 2 2 BR T7-1001 T7-A
2

6-B

51 m2

BR

6-1702

6-B

51 m2

BR

6-1602

6-B

51 m2 T6-1502 306 m2 5 BR T6-1402 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR T6-1303 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR T6-1203 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR T6-1103 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR T6-1003 T6-C 156 m
2

BR

T6-1503 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-1403 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR T6-1304 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR T6-1204 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR T6-1104 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR T6-1004 T6-D 136 m 2 BR T6-0904 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR T6-0804 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR T6-0704 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR T6-0604 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR T6-0504 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR T6-0404 T6-D 136 m 2 2 BR
2

TOWER 7
SW W NW NE SE S DUPLEX SECOND LEVEL

T6-1404 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-1305 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-1205 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-1105 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-1005 T6-E 94 m 1 BR T6-0905 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-0805 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-0705 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-0605 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-0505 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-0405 T6-E 94 m 2 1 BR T6-0303 235 m 2 4 BR T6-0203 235 m 2 4 BR
2

6-1302

T9-1302 209 m 2 4 BR T9-1202 T9-B 133 m 2 3 BR T9-1102 T9-B 13 3 m 2 3 BR T9-1002 T9-B 133 m 3 BR T9-0902 T9-B 133 m 2 3 BR
2

T7-1302 DUPLEX 310 m 2 5 BR

T7-1303 DUPLEX 336 m 2 5 BR T7-1201 157 m 2 3 BR

T7-1304 DUPLEX 251 m 2 4 BR T7-1202 175 m 2 3 BR

T7-1305 DUPLEX 259 m 2 4 BR T7-1203 240 m 2 4 BR SW T0-1101 T0-A 46 m 2 1 BR

6-B

DUPLEX 263 m 2 4 BR

51 m2

BR

6-1202

T9-1203 T9-B 135 m 2 3 BR T9-1103 T9-B 135 m 2 3 BR T9-1003 T9-B 135 m 3 BR T9-0903 T9-B 135 m 2 3 BR T9-0802 T9-B 135 m 2 3 BR T9-0702 T9-B 135 m 2 3 BR T9-0602 T9-B 135 m 2 3 BR T9-0502 T9-B 135 m 2 3 BR T9-0402 T9-B 135 m 2 3 BR
2

T9-1205 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-1105 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-1005 T9-D 67 m 1 BR T9-0905 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-0804 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-0704 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-0604 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-0504 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR T9-0404 T9-D 67 m 2 1 BR 260 m 2 4 BR S9-0601 S9-A 309 m 2 4 BR S9-0501 S9-A 309 m 2 4 BR S9-0401 S9-A 309 m 2 4 BR S9-0301 S9-A 309 m 2 4 BR S9-0201 S9-A 309 m 2 4 BR 1 BR 0 2 BR 8 8 78 301 m 2 4 BR 3 BR 1 4 BR 14 5 BR 2 25 301 m 2 4 BR S9-0202 S9-0701 S9-0702 DUPLEX 276 m 2 4 BR S9-0703 DUPLEX 244 m 2 4 BR S9-0602 S9-A 277 m 2 4 BR S9-0502 S9-A 277 m 2 4 BR S9-0402 S9-A 277 m 2 4 BR S9-0302 S9-0704 DUPLEX 1 54 m 2 3 BR S9-0705 DUPLEX 230 m 2 4 BR 314 m 2 5 BR S9-0603 S9-B 134 m 2 2 BR S9-0503 S9-B 134 m 2 2 BR S9-0403 S9-B 134 m 2 2 BR 30 4 m 2 5 BR S9-0604 S9-B 134 m 2 2 BR S9-0504 S9-B 134 m 2 2 BR S9-0404 S9-B 134 m 2 2 BR S9-0303 S9-B 134 m 2 2 BR S9-0203 S9-B 134 m 2 2 BR S9-0706 S9-0707 SW
2

6-B

51 m2

TOWER 0
W T0-1002 T0-B 44 m 2 1 BR T0-0902 T0-B
2

BR

NW T0-1003 T0-C 47 m 2 1 BR T0-0903 T0-C


2

NE T0-1004 T0-D 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0904 T0-D


2

E T0-1005 T0-E 52 m 2 1 BR T0-0905 T0-E


2

SE T0-1006 T0-A 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0906 T0-A


2

6-1102

T8-1102 T8-B 134 m2 3 BR T8-1002 T8-B 134 m2 3 BR T8-0902 T8-B 134 m2 3 BR

T8-1103 210 m2 4 BR T8-1003 T8-B 133 m2 3 BR T8-0903 T8-B 133 m2 3 BR T8-0802 T8-B 133 m2 3 BR T8-0702 T8-B 133 m2 3 BR T8-0602 T8-B 133 m2 3 BR T8-0502 T8-B 133 m2 3 BR T8-0402 T8-B 133 m2 3 BR T8-0302 292 m 2 4 BR T8-0202 282 m 2 4 BR T8-1004 T8-C 71 m 1 BR T8-0904 T8-C 71 m 2 1 BR T8-0803 T8-C 71 m 2 1 BR T8-0703 T8-A 134 m 2 2 BR T8-0603 T8-A 134 m 2 2 BR T8-0503 T8-A 134 m 2 2 BR T8-0403 T8-A 134 m 2 2 BR
2

T7-1102 250 m 2 4 BR T7-1002 T7-B 93 m 2 BR T7-0902 T7-B 93 m 2 2 BR T7-0802 T7-B 93 m 2 2 BR T7-0702 T7-B 93 m 2 2 BR T7-0602 T7-B 93 m 2 2 BR T7-0502 T7-B 93 m 2 2 BR T7-0402 T7-B 93 m 2 2 BR
2

T7-1104 337 m 2 5 BR T7-1003 T7-C 154 m 3 BR T7-0903 T7-C 154 m 2 3 BR T7-0803 T7-C 154 m 2 3 BR T7-0703 T7-C 154 m 2 3 BR T7-0603 T7-C 154 m 2 3 BR T7-0503 T7-C 154 m 2 3 BR T7-0403 T7 - C 154 m 2 3 BR T7-0302 285 m 2 4 BR T7-0202 285 m 2 4 BR
2

6-B

51 m2

BR

6-1002

T8-1005 T8-D 67 m 1 BR T8-0905 T8-D 67 m 2 1 BR T8-0804 T8-D 67 m 2 1 BR

T7-1004 T7-D 150 m 3 BR T7-0904 T7-D 150 m 2 3 BR T7-0804 T7-D 150 m 2 3 BR T7-0704 T7-D 150 m 2 3 BR T7-0604 T7-D 150 m 2 3 BR T7-0504 T7-D 150 m 2 3 BR T7-0404 T7-D 150 m 2 3 BR
2

T7-1005 T7-B 73 m 2 BR T7-0905 T7-B 73 m 2 2 BR T7-0805 T7-B 73 m 2 2 BR T7-0705 T7-B 73 m 2 2 BR T7-0605 T7-B 73 m 2 2 BR T7-0505 T7-B 73 m 2 2 BR T7-0405 T7-B 73 m 2 2 BR T7-0303 T7-B 73 m 2 2 BR T7-0203 T7-B 73 m 2 2 BR
2

T7-1006 T7-A 102 m 2 BR T7-0906 T7-A 102 m 2 2 BR T7-0806 T7-A 102 m 2 2 BR T7-0706 T7-A 102 m 2 2 BR T7-0606 T7-A 102 m 2 2 BR T7-0506 T7-A 102 m 2 2 BR T7-0406 T7-A 102 m 2 2 BR T7-0304 T7-A 102 m 2 2 BR T7-0204 T7-A 102 m 2 2 BR 61
2

T0-1001 T0-A 46 m 1 BR T0-0901 T0-A 46 m 2 1 BR T0-0801 T0-A 46 m 2 1 BR T0-0701 T0-A 46 m 2 1 BR T0-0601 T0-A 46 m 2 1 BR T0-0501 T0-A 46 m 2 1 BR T0-0401 T0-A 46 m 2 1 BR T0-0301 T0-A 46 m 2 1 BR T0-0201 T0-A 46 m 2 1 BR 1 BR 60

6-B

51 m2

99 m 2 BR

44 m 1 BR

47 m 1 BR

45 m 1 BR

52 m 1 BR

45 m 2 1 BR T0-0806 T0-A 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0706 T0-A 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0606 T0-A 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0506 T0-A 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0406 T0-A 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0306 T0-A 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0206 T0-A 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0106 T0-A 45 m 2 1 BR 60

BR

2.5 BR T6-0903 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR T6-0803 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR T6-0703 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR T6-0603 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR T6-0503 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR T6-0403 T6-C 156 m 2 2.5 BR T6-0302 194 m 2 4 BR T6-0202 194 m 2 4 BR 3 BR 29

6-0902

T7-0901 T7-A 99 m 2 2 BR T7-0801 T7-A 99 m 2 2 BR T7-0701 T7-A 99 m 2 2 BR T7-0601 T7-A 99 m 2 2 BR T7-0501 T7-A 99 m 2 2 BR T7-0401 T7-A

T0-0802 T0-B 44 m 2 1 BR T0-0702 T0-B 44 m 2 1 BR T0-0602 T0-B 44 m 2 1 BR T0-0502 T0-B 44 m 2 1 BR T0-0402 T0-B 44 m 2 1 BR T0-0302 T0-B 44 m 2 1 BR T0-0202 T0-B 44 m 2 1 BR T0-0102 T0-B 44 m 2 1 BR 2 BR 0

T0-0803 T0-C 47 m 2 1 BR T0-0703 T0-C 47 m 2 1 BR T0-0603 T0-C 47 m 2 1 BR T0-0503 T0-C 47 m 2 1 BR T0-0403 T0-C 47 m 2 1 BR T0-0303 T0-C 47 m 2 1 BR T0-0203 T0-C 47 m 2 1 BR T0-0103 T0-C 47 m 2 1 BR 3 BR 0

T0-0804 T0-D 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0704 T0-D 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0604 T0-D 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0504 T0-D 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0404 T0-D 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0304 T0-D 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0204 T0-D 45 m 2 1 BR T0-0104 T0-D 45 m 2 1 BR 4 BR 0

T0-0805 T0-E 52 m 2 1 BR T0-0705 T0-E 52 m 2 1 BR T0-0605 T0-E 52 m 2 1 BR T0-0505 T0-E 52 m 2 1 BR T0-0405 T0-E 52 m 2 1 BR T0-0305 T0-E 52 m 2 1 BR T0-0205 T0-E 52 m 2 1 BR T0-0105 T0-E 52 m 2 1 BR 5 BR 0

6-B

51 m2

S9
NW N NE DUPLEX SECOND LEVEL SE S

143 m 2 2 BR T8-0801 276 m 2 4 BR T8-0701 276 m 2 4 BR T8-0601 276 m 2 4 BR T8-0501 276 m 2 4 BR T8-0401 276 m 2 4 BR T8-0301 249 m 2 4 BR T8-0201 241 m 2 4 BR 1 BR 17

BR

6-0802

6-B

51 m2

BR

6-0702

6-B

51 m2

BR

6-0602

6-B

51 m2

BR

6-0502

6-B

51 m2

BR

6-0402

6 -B

51 m2

S8
SW N NE SE S DUPLEX SECOND LEVEL

99 m 2 2 BR T7-0301 198 m 2 3 BR

BR

T9-0302 271 m 2 4 BR T9-0202 T9-B 133 m 2 3 BR 2 BR 9 3 BR 18

6-0201

S8-0201 DUPLEX 282 m 2 4 BR 4 BR 15 5 BR 2 63 1 BR 1 2 BR 1

S8-0202 DUPLEX 280 m 2 4 BR 3 BR 0

S8-0203 DUPLEX 319 m 2 5 BR 4 BR 2

S8-0205 89 m 2 1 BR 5 BR 1

S8-0206 109 m 2 2 BR 5

T7-0201 146 m 2 2 BR 1 BR 0 2 BR 34

4 m2 2 BR 14

BR

4 BR 8

5 BR 3

4 BR 10

5 BR

2 BR 11

3 BR 18

3 BR 17

4 BR 7

5 BR 3

ALL AREAS FLEXIBLE AND IN PROGRESS

329

The organization of the towers takes into consideration movement, timing and sequence. Rather than towers as isolated objects or private islands in an increasingly privatized city, the hope of a new type of collective 21st century public urban space is inscribed in the air.

The goal of the bridge structural design was to maximize transparency and create floating hallways of light, traversing 30 to 40 m between the heavy concrete towers. In order to span the great distance required and also achieve the utmost transparency, the bridges utilize a pair of parallel steel trusses. A Pratt truss configuration was chosen to use thin tension only diagonal members, oriented in such a fashion that the sizes of the diagonals have equal stresses, hence equal sizes. The connections between vertical and horizontal truss members were made rigid to form a complete three-dimensional rigid Vierendeel frame. This provides additional stiffness and redundancy to the bridge structure and allows for the removal of the center panel diagonal members.

330

15F

Level 3: top ring of bridges connecting the towers


16F

14F

13F 12F 17F

12F

16F:POOL

18F

17F

Pedestrian circulation diagram PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION DIAGRAM


PUBLIC GARDEN ACCESS & CIRCULATION Public garden access & circulation BRIDGE LEVEL ACCESS & CIRCULATION Bridge level access & circulation ACCESS FROM B1 PARKING LOTlot Access from B1 parking GROUND LEVEL CIRCULATION Ground level circulation
CINEMA ROOF: CHILDREN'S GARDEN S8 ROOF: PUBLIC GARDEN

Level 2: gardens on the roof of cinema complex

S3 ROOF: PUBLIC GARDEN

ESCALATOR

ESCALATOR

COMMERCIAL Commercial LOBBY TO to APARTMENT Lobby apartment ACCESS LOBBY TOto BRIDGE LEVEL Access lobby bridge level
CINEMA

HOTEL

Level 1: ground floor with shops and services surrounding a reflecting pond PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION DIAGRAM
PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION DIAGRAM

PUBLIC GARDEN ACCESS & CIRCULATION

331

Reusing the earth excavated from the new construction, five recreational landscapes make up the socalled Garden of Mounds. These mounds offer a vast array of activities that cater to different age groups.

A. Cinemateque B. Hotel C. Pond / Parking below D. Kindergarten / Mount of Childhood E. Mount of Adolescence F. Mount of Middle Age G. Mount of Old Age H. Mount of Infinity

H F G

A. CINEMATECHE B. HOTEL C. POND / PARKING BELOW D. KINDERGARTEN / MOUNT OF E. MOUNT OF ADOLESCENCE F. MOUNT OF MIDDLE AGE G. MOUNT OF OLD AGE H. MOUNT OF INFINITY

B A

Water efficiency: An estimated 220,000 liters of gray water from all apartment units will be recycled each day and reused for landscape and green roof irrigation, toilet flushing, and rebalancing pond waterresulting in a 41% decrease in potable water usage.

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T3 Duplex Apartment Locker rooms for Swimming pool T0 68.00 m / 21 floors Commercial

Art gallery

Cinematheque Tea house Lobby Parking

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T7 68.00 m / 21 floors T0 Hotel +36.06m

+44.50m

Cinema +15.0m

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