METROPOLIS

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Design 3 : Phase 1 : Didactic DNA : Marisa Rosam

Design 3 : Phase 1 : Didactic DNA


RING PLAN SCHOOL



SCHOOL'S RESEARCH

RICHARD NEUTRA BELIEVES IN THE CONNECTION BETWEEN MAN AND NATURE.
HE INTERPRETS THIS IN ALL OF HIS DESIGNS.





NEUTRA'S WORK



NEUTRA'S STYLE WAS CONSIDERED VERY MODERN AT THAT TIME.
NEUTRA USES A LOT OF STEEL, CONCRETE AND GLASS IN HIS DESIGNS.
THE LOVELL'S HOUSE WAS THE FIRST STEEL FRAME HOUSE IN AMERICA.

OTHER RELATING STYLES




THE MAIN CONCEPT OF "RING PLAN SCHOOLS" ARE THAT IT'S DESIGN TO ENCOURAGE THE KIDS TO BE OUTDOOR, CONNECT TO NATURE BUT 
THERE ARE THE MIDDLE AREAS THAT ALLOW THE KIDS TO EXPLORE SAFELY.






Design 3 : Phase 1 : Didactic DNA : Sujira Burapanakan

Project 1 Phase 1
Sujira Burapanakan
Pratana Klieopatinon

In this phase, we were assigned to study different institutes and create a case study
I was assigned to an institute called 'Free University of Berlin'

Map of the institute compared to the real model (under the map)
Circulations are highlighted

Circulations highlighted through sections
(Yellow to red = Most public circulation to most private circulation)

Materials used during the renovations
Those materials helped students and visitors to be able to differentiate the buildings

Map of the institute from 1965 compared to the institute in 2017 and 
also compared to Chulalongkorn University

Other projects by the same architects - Team 10 (Candilis, Josic and Woods)
Elevations

Other projects by the same architects - Team 10 (Candilis, Josic and Woods)
Perspective, axonometric and sections

Other projects by the same architects - Team 10 (Candilis, Josic and Woods)
Materials

Other projects in similar style - Mat Building
Elevations

Other projects by the same architects - Team 10 (Candilis, Josic and Woods)
Perspectives, axonometric and sections

Other projects by the same architects - Team 10 (Candilis, Josic and Woods)
Materials


All mission plates combined

DIDACTIC DNA : DESIGN III PHRASE 1














Project 1.1 l Didactic DNA

DIDACTIC DNA 
DESIGN 3 PHASE 1
PROJECT 1.1

Proudwarin Phannachet


Emerson College Los Angeles
By Thom Mayne

WHOLE -Plate 1



PART-Plate 2


DETAIL- Plate 3


ARCHITECT
Plate-4



Plate-5

Plate-6

Plate-7 8 9







Project 1.1 Didactic DNA Nithikorn Seangkeaw



PROJECT 1.1 DIDACTIC DNA

Nithikorn seangkeaw

INSTRUCTOR : YARINDA BUNNAG




Center of Architecture & Environment, Kent state university 
Ohio, USA
By Weiss Manfredi.

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PART 1 

 Case study : Center of Architecture & Environment

WHOLE




- Center of Architecture & Environment is in the Kent state Campus which located near the entrance
  of the University as you can see in the diagram above. Purpose of the University is to create an  iconic building of the university and also be as the gateway from city to the campus.

- This diagram is to show formal development, all circulation, programs and also facade development of this building
- This building have one big atrium which connected second and forth floor together and as it shown in the diagram above
- The idea of the architect is to engage the ground floor to the city and create connected atrium which become the main circulation of this building.


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PART



- This part of the building is a long set of stair which connected second floor and forth floor together
as you can see the section above.
-This part work as one big multipurpose atrium ( studio, critique room , public space )  and also open to the environment surrounded.

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DETAIL



- This part of the building is the library which connected to the ground and open to the
entrance of the campus.
- This library have 2 floors but the second floor of the library is not the second floor
of  whole building.

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PART 2

 Comparing Center of Architecture & Environment, Kent state university  to another building by Weiss Manfredi


Smith college campus center

similarities: connects adjacent program by circulation

differences: different shape of stair, no transparent facade 





Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology

similarities: connects adjacent program by circulation,  transparent facade 

differences: different shape of stair, not main circulation of the building





Barnard college diana center

similarities: one big atrium,  transparent facade 

differences:  not main circulation of the building, stair is not connect to the ajacent program



                                         
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Milstein hall

similarities: one big atrium,  stair is main circulation stair  which connect to the adjacent program

differences:   no tranparent facade







Seattle public library

similarities: one big atrium, escalator is main circulation stair  which connect to the adjacent program

differences:   no tranparent facade near the stair






Villa vpro

similarities: one big atrium,stair is main circulation stair  which connect to the adjacent program

differences:   no tranparent facade 





























DIDACTIC : DESIGNN III PHRASE I : HUT PASSAKORN SUWANGGOOL

PASSAKORN SUWANGGOOL

NUNO SOUSA

LEUTSCHENBACH SCHOOL , CHRISTIAN KEREZ

ZURICH , SWITZERLAND




This drawing illustrate the whole building and the diagram that show the ideas that the floor 
are bigger in every floor and the structure that stand in front of glass or structure that are located
behind the glass. All the floor plan are demonstrate on the right hand side of the plate.




The section drawing above show the Gymnasium which are the part that I have been choose.
The reason I picked this gym is the constant structure rhythm , doubled height space, and the slope
on the ceiling that are illusion from the exterior view.




The plate above demonstrate the rhythm structure that are arrange in many position
to create balance and the yellow labeled are the natural light that direct into the building.
As you can see on the left, Its is a structure on every floor that stand on a tiny structure 
on the ground floor.



HOUSE WITH ONE WALL 
AND
SCHOOLHOUSE IN BREITEN




These plate shown the axon of the Schoolhouse in Breiten, explode axon, and floor plan of
 House with one wall.




This one illustrate the interior view and the exterior view from both architecture.



The plate above demonstrate the rhythm of the structure that also create a balance.


HERZOG MEURON MIAMI

VALERIO OLGIATI MODEL 

SENDAI MEDIATHEQUE









All of the buildings above I chose them because of the arrangment of the structure and 
the different ways to create balance.
















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