Root-breaking schemes

Root-breaking schemes / DEER, Ernesto  Gamboa Vez / Mexico / Архитектурный объект

Root-breaking schemes

Purpose: The design is simple, we sought to be part of the place, the curved legs of furniture, it took on the shape of the root of the trees. The square shape of the obelisk was taken. Thus arises the concept: Nature-City: the importance of cultural roots.

Концепция и конструкция проекта просты:  установить мебель с изогнутыми ножками в корнях деревьев так, чтобы они образовывали единое целое. Форма ножек заимствована у корневой системы деревьев, а столешница своей квадратной формой будет напоминать обелиск. Таким образом, возникает ассоциация: природа = город, становится ясной важность культурных корней.

Корни венчаются скамейкой и рассказывают нам о корнях иных, духовных, тех, которые дали человеку мужество и привели Победу в наш город. Наши корни сильны (это символизирует сталь, примененная в отделке скамейки), мы свободны, мы являемся частью окружающей среды (древесина).

Победа – это ещё и свобода. Конструкция скамьи не диктует прохожему способ сидения, человек может устроиться на ней так, как ему будет удобно.

Concept of the project: When they are on the bench, we will tell about the roots that gave courage and victory to our city, our roots are strong (steel), it is free, we are part of the environment (timber).

Another point to take into account the obelisk, is its meaning, victory means to be free.

For this reason the design is such that gives freedom to sit, how they want, is to give the citizen, freedom to sit as they are more at ease.

And do not force them to sit so established.

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Technical description: 

Materials and Assembly

We sought to build the item is as simple, with minimal pieces can be played many times.

It has two side supports:

Assembled in the following manner:

A) — basics of banking

1. — Four straight plates that give the curve shape design, front view.

2. — To form the shell, two plates and a straight curves.

3. — To form the inner lining, two curved plates and a straight section.

4. — To close the mold, two straight plates are under the bench.

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B)-frame of the bench.

1. — Two short square tubes, which are welded to the bases.

2. — Two long square tubes, serves to place the support to receive the wood.

3. — Two long square tubes welded at the bottom of the point 2, serve to support the timber.

C) intermediate-circle

1. — Two square tubes under timber, welded to the frame of the bench.

2. — Two circle-shaped plates.

3. — To shell two (half circle are considered) plates into the shape of a circle.

4. — For lining two plates into the shape of a circle.

5. — Internal angle plate welded inner liner for wooden stand.

D)-wood

1. — Wooden joists are supported at the ends, and are cut in half, to embed the ring structure.

2. — Stainless steel screws for fastening plywood for the bottom.

E)-Measures

1. — See diagram.

F)-materials

1. — The finished plate, refers to steel plate 1/8 thick, using electric welding. The color should be snuff.

2. A hard wood and is considered a light color.

3. Stainless steel screws for fixing the timber at both ends.

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The estimated cost of the project: 

Elaboration

Steel Structure-1950.00

Wooden structure-1000.00

Root-breaking schemes.

The design is simple, we sought to be part of the place, the curved legs of furniture, it took on the shape of the root of the trees. The square shape of the obelisk was taken. Thus arises the concept: Nature-City: the importance of cultural roots.

When they are on the bench, we will tell about the roots that gave courage and victory to our city, our roots are strong (steel), it is free, we are part of the environment (timber).

Another point to take into account the obelisk, is its meaning, victory means to be free.

For this reason the design is such that gives freedom to sit, how they want, is to give the citizen, freedom to sit as they are more at ease.

And do not force them to sit so established. Geometric shapes (square) in the area of design.
Forms of seating.
Author:

I was born in Veracruz, on July 12, 1955, studied architecture at the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara. Work in government companies, currently working in a particular way, I enjoy participating in international competitions in architecture

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