Street grid abstracted then used to plan libre layout

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Unformatted text preview: G MUSEUM Monday, March 18, 13 PRE-DESIGN STUDIES ORIGINAL BUILDINGS WERE SEISMICALLY DAMAGED; PRESENT ETHNOGRAPHIC ART IN A DIFFERENT WAY: NON-HIERARCHAL BODY TOWER SKIN • 3 BARS OF SPACE DEFORMED TO • ROTATED OFF BEAUX ARTS AXIS • DAPPLED EFFECT OF TREE SHADOWS ALLOW INTERACTION WITH NATURE DURING THE STREET GRID ABSTRACTED, THEN USED TO • “PLAN LIBRE” LAYOUT: VERY FLUID • TOWER’S TWISTING SHAPE TRANSFORM COPPER + GLASS SKIN GALLERY SPACES DESCRIBE GEOMETRICAL SHIFT FROM • THE FOG OF THE CITY IS EMULATED OFF-AXIS POSITION THROUGH THE FUZZY, PERFORATED FACADE Monday, March 18, 13 STRUCTURAL ISSUES structural issues • FRAMED SKYLIGHTS, FLOOR-HEIGHT TRUSSES, DIAGONAL BRACING large cantilever trusses at staircourt base isolator moat Monday, March 18, 13 CONSTRUCTION ISSUES Monday, March 18, 13 NEW MUSEUM SANAA Monday, March 18, 13 NEW MUSEUM: CONCEPTUAL BEGINNINGS COMPETITION ENTRY. UNLKE COMPETITORS: DIDN’T USE ENTIRE SITE SHIFTED BOXES LIGHT CAN PEEK THROUGH THE DIFFERENT BOXES BEAUTIFUL ROUGH • INFLUENCED BY SURROUNDING AREAS (GRITTY NEIGHBORHOOD) • ALUMINUM SCREEN THAT IS PULLED OVER OPAQUE + TRANSPARENT SURFACES • RAIN + SUN SCREEN Monday, March 18, 13 NEW MUSEUM: ORGANIZATION SHIFTED BOXES STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM • SMALLER AT EACH LEVEL. PUBLIC, • NO COLUMNS IN GALLERY SPACES • LOADS ARE SHIFTED (LIKE BOXES) GALLERY, OFFICES • UNLIKE MOST PENTHOUSES IN NY • CENTRAL ELEVATOR AS CONNECT DUE TO DIAGONAL BRACING + PREPARING URBAN SITE • DISTURBANCE TO URBAN PUBLIC STEEL FRAME + SHEATHING • BEGIN TO SEE SHIFTING LOADS WINDOWS WEATHER PROOFING, ATTACHMENT • TAKE AWAY ADJACENT BUILDINGS’ TRANSFER LOADS • BACK UP WALLS, SHEATHING, FOR ALUMINUM SCREEN • MADE FIRE RESISTANCE Monday, March 18, 13 NEW MUSEUM: PROGRAM OFFICE SPACES EDUCATION SPACES EXPOSED FIRE PROOFING, THEN EXTERIOR WALL, STRUCTURE, THEN PAINTED WHITE INTERIOR WALL (WINDOW TO SEE STRUCTURE FROM INSIDE) GALLERY SPACES • TEXTURED CEILING OF SYSTEM • DON’T SHOW DUCTS Monday, March 18, 13 FIRST LEVEL: LOBBY • MAKE SMALL DISTINCTION BETWEEN OUTSIDE WORLD + INSIDE • NO HORIZONTAL MULLIONS NEW MUSEUM: SURFACES INTERIOR GLASS CURTAIN WALL SKIN • DRYWALL ONTO METAL STUDS • EXPOSING METAL STRUCTURE • METAL MESH SET 1/2” AWAY FROM GROUND TO HIDE HORIZONTAL CORRUGATED ALUMINUM PANELS (DECKING, SPRINKLERS, LIGHTS) MULLIONS AND ANODIZED FINISH • POLISHED-CONCRETE FLOR Monday, March 18, 13 • GLASS IS SHIFTED INTO THE • NON-CONTINUOUS INSULATION NEW MUSEUM: SYSTEMS WALL SECTION • WALL GOES BENEATH THE FLOOR AND REVEAL A VOID • VOID IS THEN FILLED WITH ELECTRICAL OUTLETS • JOINT IS MOVED BELOW FLOOR + UNSEEN UNLIKE MOST BUILDINGS wall + floor detail Monday, March 18, 13 ALUMINUM SCREEN • VISUALLY ACTIVE SURFACE • PROJECTED TO REVEAL A SLIGHT SHADOW • RAIN SCREEN OVER CLADDING • LAYERED CONSTRUCTION EXTERIOR WALL • CAVITY BETWEEN INTERIOR + EXTERIOR TO HOLD STEEL • EXTERIOR: INSULATION + SCREEN • SHIFTS IN BUILDING LET LIGHT IN (INSULATED GLASS) • SHIFTS: (1/4” PER FOOT SLOPE)...
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