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Sound Garden

Sound Garden / Gabriella D’Angelo / USA, Ithaca, NY / Архитектурный объект / Лэнд-Арт объект

Sound Garden

Сад Звука — это проект, который рассматривает сад, как пространство, которое развивает право на свободу слова. Обычно в парках предоставляется возможность заниматься танцами, ораторским искусством, спортом. Сад Звука же позволит экспериментировать со звуком, с созданием звуковых пейзажей.

Концепция проекта: Размещенные в ландшафте раструбы транслируют звук. Звук как продукт жизни людей растворяется в окружающей природе. В проекте исследуется идея сада как тихого и мирного пейзажа. Мы ищем звуковой эквивалент бурной и цветастой растительности. Конические раструбы улавливают внешние звуки и, усиливая их, передают обратно в парк. Таким образом рождается новый способ общения: вы приезжайте в сад, чтобы поделиться своими мыслями с другими, приезжайте в сад, чтобы слушать!

Техническое описание: 20-24 оцинкованных стальных листов (4′x10 ‘) вырезать, сформировать в виде конусов и сварить вместе в открытой сферической конфигурации. Окрасить в белый цвет краской, стойкой к ржавчине. Количество конусов в одной структуре количество самих структур зависит от бюджета.

 

Purpose:   Sound Garden is a project which envisions the power of the garden as a space which amplifies our rights as citizens of the world to exchange words freely. Where the garden traditionally has offers individuals the opportunity to experiment with physical artistic gestures, this garden allows for one to experiment with audial gestures to create landscapes of changing sound. In this, Sound Garden is looking to renew the art of the garden by investigating a new medium of exposure combined with a new experience.

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Concept of the project: A landscape of projected and funneled din, Sound Garden provides a new platform for human expression to be defused and infused into and through nature. Inverting the idea of garden as a quiet and peaceful landscape of multi-color fusions with a boisterous and loud energy housed amidst a symphony of white, the Garden’s undulating structure of conical units are mirrored by waves of voices and sounds that are amplified from inside to out and outside to in. The intention of this Garden is to not only create a space and place for people to come to enjoy and interact with, but to create a new tool for communication.

Come to the garden to share your thoughts with others. Come to the garden to listen.

Technical description:

20-24 galvanized steel sheets (4’x10’) cut, formed into a cone structure, and welded together into an open spherical configuration. To be painted white with rust resistant paint.

Cone seats to be added as budget allows for. Garden to grow larger as budget allows for.

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Настил

Настил / Архитектурная группа «КРЫША»: Евгений Ширчков, Андрей Курганов / Саранск / Архитектурный объект

Настил

Назначение: Многофункциональная площадка

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Концепция проекта: Проектируемый объект представляет собой деревянный помост сбоку от основной пешеходной дорожки бульвара Чайковского. Он приподнят над газоном, имеет вырезы для существующих деревьев. Со стороны пешеходной дорожки ограничен длинной скамьей, имеет два входа с юга и севера. На помосте расположены мобильные скамьи, с помощью которых посетители могут создавать себе ту обстановку, которая необходима, подбирать количсетво и расположение посадочных мест исходя из потребностей компании или мероприятия, которое на помосте можно проводить.

Настил / Вид сверху

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STACK IT

STACK IT / MORGENWIRDSBESSER / GERMANY, KARLSRUHE  / Архитектурный объект / shortlist / winner

STACK IT

Purpose:   PLACE TO MEET, SIT, READ

Stack It

 

Назначение объекта: место для встреч, посиделок, чтения.

Концепция проекта: наше предложение для фестиваля «Социальная революция» — многофункциональный павильон. Поскольку образование играет в Ярославле важную роль (это областной образовательный центр) мы предлагаем создать на одном из центральных бульваров открытую публичную библиотеку (книгообменник, бук-кроссинг). Место для встреч, отдыха и чтения.
Павильон состоит из главных стен, которые являются основой структуры и подчеркивают направление движения в парке. В этих стенах и располагаются книги, часть из которых будет предоставлена городом, другие могуг быть оставлены и обменяны посетителями фестиваля. Павильон превращается в интерактивную скульптуру, создавая пространство для общения. Площадки вдоль стен могут использоваться как места для встреч и отдыха. Различаясь по высоте, они предлагают большое разнообразие в использовании: место для отдыха, чтения, общения и даже совместного музицирования. Платформы внутри и снаружи отличаются по степени уединенности, предоставляя посетителям возможность самостоятельно оживить это пространство, по-разному используя его.

Техническое описание: Конструкция проста с точки зрения сборки и используемых материалов: европоддоны — дешевый и, самое главное, пригодный для повторного использования, переработки материал. Поддоны могут быть предоставлены на время фестиваля местными компаниями в качестве рекламы. После проводимого мероприятия их можно использовать повторно. Таким образом, растрата материалов впустую равна нулю.

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Hideo Takashima — PLEATS

Hideo TAKASHIMA / Kitakyushu City / JAPAN  /  PLEATS

Хидео Такашима / Китакюсю / Япония / проект «Складки»

Description

In the past, we made fire to stop us freezing. If we wanted to cook something, we lit a fire. Matches or torches brought light into the darkness. Everything was more elementary. Now we move further and further away from the elements, especially in cities. Water now comes from supermarkets in the form of an almost infinite variety of bottled

mineral water, or flows from the wall like anafterthought. Fire has actually died out – its unwitting last keepers were the smokers, all other sources having already been largely electrified. While we still know daylight from the sun, darkness has been eradicated. Like our heating, we control the level of light with our technological helpers.

We have to put ourselves to the test to return to the elements. This pursuit takes us to remote forests, high peaks and deep lakes. Instead, we seek places which take us back to our roots. This concept formed the basis for my social housing project “PLEATS” on Yaroslavl.

In the past, we lived with the large variety of animals and plants. Swallows build nests in the eaves, mice run in the attic, and crickets chirp incessantly in the garden. The house is not for only people to live. It involves the time and the memory of all animals and plants living there, and it is the existence such as the changing slowly in the flow of time.

The participants of this workshop and the nature such as the ground have the right to decide of the form, the structure, the color of this architecture. The form and the structure will agree with the power on the tool of the participants and the hardness of the soil. The color will be decided by the rate of mixture of materials and soil in site. The

color and outline will be decided by plants grew by the soil. And after the completion, it will be changed by the pruning by users, seeds carried by birds or the wind, the weathering, and seasons. The changing will make the unique history of this social housing.

Taking account of the basic principles of building physics and technology, simple yet logical solutions were sought for the details.
On the ground floor, the walls were built of clay. After much research,

an ancient and largely forgotten form of construction – so-called “cobwork” – was chosen, in which a mixture of clay and straw is

heaped up to a height of 80-100 cm without formwork and subsequently sheared off with a spade to form the finished wall surface.
After drying, the next layer is added. A thickness of 40 cm was specified partly to provide stability, but also to archive the required insulation value of 0.6W/m2K.

Any moisture occurring in the house is regulated by the solid clay walls, which maintain a balance in the indoor climate. In view of great thickness, the walls also absorb solar heat during the day and emit it internally at night, providing an effective form of thermal protection in summer. Wood is used for heating during the cold period.

PLEATS occupies a rural setting with access to light, air, and views on all sides. With its plan centered on a stove like an IRORI (a traditional Japanese indoor cooking hearth, set into the floor), the house was conceived as an asymmetrical set of nested boxes: shared space in the middle, circulation in the intermediate layer, and individual rooms in the outermost layer.The traditional Japanese house is organized in a sequence of increasing privacy and

intimacy as one moves deeper into the house (the principle of oku); PLEATS inverts that relationship: the entry isa “tunnel” directly into the shared space at heart of the house,from which one moves outward to the personal areas. The private rooms are interposed between the exterior gardens and the interior living spaces. Spatially and formally, Pleats is like a plant inundated with sunand nutrients.

Climate & Resource
In left graph, the red line shows the average maximum temperature, the blue line shows the average minimum temperature, and the yellow bar shows the precipitation.The thin line and the light bar show in Tokyo, others show in Yaroslavl. Yaroslavl has lower rainfall than Tokyo. Because the mud wall weak in the water, the characteristic of climate is profitable.
The straw and clay, materials of the mud wall, are some of the abundant mineral resources. The choice of materials played decisive role in creating an environmentally sustainable building. The criteria in this respect were the appropriateness of a material for a particular element as well as its natural quality and the grey energy it contained. The materials used comprise mainly natural stone, clay, straw and timber, all drawn from around the site.

Case Study : Pit Dwelling
In Jomon period, the pit dwelling, dug down the ground in a circle, with the conically-shaped roof, came to be made on the ground. The entrance connected outside is small. When the fire is built in the center, the heat is accumulated on the drift floor dug down. People warmed the floor with the carpet weaved on the grass and kept out the winter cold. In summer, the hot sunlight was shut out by around trees. Jomon people must have been lived while acquiring hard in the stage which seasonal nature brought. The facade of the house made with using plants must have been melted into the forest.

 — winner (1st place)

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Victor Karovskiy — Living hill

Виктор Каровский, Павел Копылов / Ярославль, Россия / проект «Живой холм»

Victor Karovsky, Pavel Kopylov / Yaroslavl, Russia / project ‘Living Hill’

«Living hill» — это живой холм, поверхность которого может быть любой, от травы и газона, до цветников и огорода.

«Living hill» — это недорогостоящее, трансформируемое пространство для двух человек, общей площадью 28 м2. «Living hill» — это образ жизни на природе, противостоящий жизни за высокими заборами.

Варианты травяных ковров

 — winner (2nd place)

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Claudia Sandra Luca — Guesthouse on the shore

Claudia Sandra Luca, dr. arch. Valentin Luca / Timisoara, Romania / Guesthouse on the shore 

Клаудиа Сандра Лука, д-р. арки. Валентин Лука / Тимишоара, Румыния / Гостевой дом на берегу

1. Theme: guest house.

For this project it is used the site nr.1 which presumes a passage between Bath-house and the construction that is going to be built.

2. Concept and estethics

The house opening towards the water is revealed by the large windows which make the link between the surrounding natural landscape and the living-room area. The interior opens towards the pond, while the blind wall placed on the site border and the wooden shutters of the rear elevation create a touch of intimacy. The interior-exterior link is also brought to light by the use of the same flooring material. The living-room contains the stairs displayed on the left side, with the floating steps mounted in the wall, which go to the raised level, where the bedroom is located. The use of floating steps provides the minimal space with a feeling of depth. The interior is open-plan, the only restricted area being the bathroom. The terrace looking over the pond provides extra space for the minimal guesthouse.

The concept is based on the revolving of an entity around an axis ( the red vertical articulation in the front elevation), thus creating two volumes and the terrace area. The irregular shape resulted provides dynamism and visual tension. The red coloured glass sill of the raised level must be perceived as a sympathetic recognition of the horizotal red line on the front elevation. Though the contemporary design, the minimalist lines blend naturally in with the surroundings.

A tree is proposed to be planted in the entrance axis, in order to be perceived while approaching from the inside.

3. Functions:

-passage to the bathhouse=1,42m2

-terrace=2,94 m2

-terrace=19,01 m2

-living=19,01 m2

-kitchen=5,23 m2

-bathroom=2,14 m2

-stairs=1,08 m2

-bedroom=8,06 m2

Ground floor area=26.16 m2,  Raised level area=13,83 m2

Total  area=40 m2

4. Structure

The basic structure of the house is made by wood — a 100% eco material —  with sandwich walls built on site (wooden pillars and joists, plus planks at 60 cm intervals). The wood used for this purpose is to be considered local material, easy to construct with and also low cost.

5. Materials

All materials (interior/exterior details and structure) are ecological, with a very low impact over the environment,  also they are long-lasting, with colours and textures that fitt well within the context. The wall cladding is made with larch-wood, which is a local material very recommanded for exterior because it is water-proof, also having a great resistance to moisture when it comes in direct contact with the earth. Another issue taken into account is that the larch tree has the property of fast growing.

The insulation of the house is made with sheep-wool, a natural material with excellent thermic and phono features, an ecological material that has the property to keep its shape unchanged. Also the sheep-wool has the property to eliminate  the formaldehide from the air. It also has an excellent   value for thermic conductivity λ = 0.0356 W / mK.

 — winner (3rd place)

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Claudia Sandra Luca — House on the shore

Claudia Sandra Luca, dr. arch. Valentin Luca / Timisoara, Romania / House on the shore 

Клаудиа Сандра Лука, д-р. арки. Валентин Лука / Тимишоара, Румыния / Дом на берегу

1. Theme: a small house for a couple

For this project it is used the site nr.1 which presumes a passage between Bath-house and the  construction that is going to be built.

2. Concept and estethics

The house opening towards the water is revealed by the large windows which make the link between the surrounding natural landscape and the living-room area. The entire facade that faces the water is flanked by a great shader device meant to protect it from sun overheating. The interior space is organised around the L shape stairs and the chimney located under, the floating steps being placed on the same axis with the terrace door. The kitchen is located on one side of the living-room. The bedroom is located at the raised level; whitin the bedroom area  is included an inner balcony which allows the viewer to observe the living-room and the outside landscape.

The interior is open-plan, the only restricted area being the bathroom. The glass facade connects the interior with the exterior, providing the viewer a wonderful panorama over the pond. The terrace provides extra space for the minimal residence.. The interior-exterior link is also revealed by the main axis of the stairs doubled by the purple wall that starts from the exterior terrace and runs along the stair, creating a soft curve side that contains the chimney, and by the use of the same flooring material. The square openings within this purple wall allow the light from the fire-flames of the fire-place to be observed while sitting on the couch. Two trees are proposed to be planted in the key points, in order to be perceived in a frame-like manner (through the window in the entrance axis), as well as zen-view (through the „opening” between the main volume and the exterior purple wall). While approaching the entrance, the wooden frame captures the view over the pond. The slopes of the roofing, as well as the one of the wall placed on the site border, they all head to the water, as a response to the „weight” of the pond in the design of the house.

3. Functions

-living room=14,56m2

-kitchen=4,85m2

-bathroom=2,37m2

-terrace=2,98m2

-terrace=16,08m2

-entrance=2,53m2

-stair=2,82m2

-bedroom=9,30m2

-passage to the bathhouse=1,19m2

Ground floor area=29m2 , Raised level area=15,83m2

Total area=44,83m2

4. Structure

The basic structure of the house is made by wood — a 100% eco material —  with sandwich walls built on site (wooden pillars and joists, plus planks at 60 cm intervals). The wood used for this purpose is to be considered local material, easy to construct with and also low cost.

 

5. Materials

All materials (interior/exterior details and structure) are ecological, with a very low impact over the environment,  also they are long-lasting, with colours and textures that fitt well within the context. The wall cladding is made with larch-wood, which is a local material very recommanded for exterior because it is water-proof, also having a great resistance to moisture when it comes in direct contact with the earth. Another issue taken into account is that the larch tree has the property of fast growing.

The panels used for the facade cladding are made from weathering steel.This way the house is like a living organism that changes  its aspect in time. The old and used aspect of the Cor-Ten panels helps the building to integrate itself in the surrounding environment.

The insulation of the house is made with sheep-wool, a natural material with excellent thermic and phono features, an ecological material that has the property to keep its shape unchanged. Also the sheep-wool has the property to eliminate  the formaldehide from the air. It also has an excellent   value for thermic conductivity λ = 0.0356 W / mK.

 — winner (3rd place)

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Raj Yamgar — Cocotecture

house in the landscape

Радж Ямгар, Индия, проект «Кокотектура»
Cocotecture project

HERE WE COME TO PRODUCE LOW COST HOUSING.
SO, IN OUR FIRsT MIND COMES THAT WE USE MATERIAL AS REUSABLE, RECYCABLE TO CONSTRUCT OUR LOW COST HOUSE,
HERE I COME WITH THIS TYPE OF MATERIAL i.e. COCONUT IN MY DESIGN. THIS HOUSE COST NOT MORE THEN 500$.

INSPIRE FROM WINGS OF BIRD (WITHOUT THAT BIRDS ARE NOTHING, SYMBOL OF LOW WIGHT AND POWER).

MAKE STUCTURE AS NANO STRUCTURE BY USING COCONUT WASTE AS MOLECULE OF NANO STRUCTURES

AT ONE WITH ITS SURROUNDINGS, THE COCOTECTURE HOUSE BLENDS INTO THE DUNE ON WHICH ITS STAND

Climate-

• FLOOR PLAN PRESERVATION OF VIEWS , THE DIRECTION OF SUN AND THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE WINDS OF WINTER AND SUMMER WERE THE KEY FACTORS THAT DETERMINED A DESIGN INCORPORATING A PROTECTED COURTYARD AND LINEAR ROOMS.
• THE LIVING ROOM – WITH VARIOUS SIZED HOLES PUNCHED THROUGH ITS PERFORATED WALL ACHIEVES AN INTERIOR WHICH IS MIDWAY BETWEEN THE SIMPLICITY OF A ROMAN BATH AND MYSTERY OF MODERN DAY PLANETARIUM.

• THE BEDROOM AND LIVING ROOM HAS MOSQUITO NETS SO THAT ‘THE MIST JUST PASSES THROUGH THE ROOM’.
• The whole house focuses on a balcony from which the family can enjoy spectacular vies of the lake and nature.
• The decks and the stairs helps to forge links between this human insertion and the wood itself.

SOLAR TEMPLATE CONSTRUCTED FOR 43O N(REFER-TORONTO)LATITUDE CAN BE APPLICABLE WITHIN THE 42O N AND 43ON LATITUDE STRIP

• GREEN DESIGN STEPS FROM SIMPLE FORMS TO DIPLOMA DROUGHT INCLUDE:

• 1.Direct gain of south facade only. First project with passive solar design — Settlement centre.
• 2.Simple architectural form with wind-break and solar heating possibility.
• 3.Direct gain and natural ventilation of atrium space only.
• 4.THIS TYPE OF STRUCTURE CAN ABLE TO SUPPORT TOO MUCH LOAD AS SHOW IN RIGHT HAND SIDE PICTURES
• 5.Use methods of passive and active solar design by natural constructions and plasters.

Автор проекта — лауреат премии ПТАХИ. The author of the project — winner of nmaxu award.

Raj Yamgar — Earth Cover

Радж Ямгар, Индия, проект «Оболочка из земли»
Earth Cover project

HOUSE IN THE LANDSCAPE-

HERE WE COME TO PRODUCE LOW COST HOUSING.
SO, IN OUR FIRST MIND COMES THAT WE USE MATERIAL AS REUSABLE, RECYCABLE TO CONSTRUCT OUR LOW COST HOUSE,
HERE I COME WITH THIS TYPE OF MATERIAL i.e. UNDER GROUND IN MY DESIGN.

AT ONE WITH ITS SURROUNDINGS, THE COCOTECTURE HOUSE BLENDS INTO THE DUNE ON WHICH ITS STAND

Climate-
• FLOOR PLAN PRESERVATION OF VIEWS, THE DIRECTION OF SUN AND THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE WINDS OF WINTER AND SUMMER WERE THE KEY FACTORS THAT DETERMINED A DESIGN INCORPORTING A PROTECTED COURTYARD AND LINEAR ROOMS.

• THE LIVING ROOM – WITH VARIOUS SIZED HOLES PUNCHED THROUGH ITS PERFORATED WALL ACHIEVES AN INTERIOR WHICH IS MIDWAY BETWEEN THE SIMPLICITY OF A ROMAN BATH AND MYSTERY OF MODERN DAY PLANETARIUM.
• THE BEDROOM AND LIVING ROOM HAS MOSQUITO NETS SO THAT ‘THE MIST JUST PASSES THROUGH THE ROOM’.

• The whole house focuses on a balcony from which the family can enjoy spectacular vies of the lake and nature.
• The decks and the stairs helps to forge links between this human insertion and the wood itself.

• GREEN DESIGN STEPS FROM SIMPLE FORMS TO DIPLOMA DROUGHT

Автор проекта — лауреат премии ПТАХИ. The author of the project — winner of nmaxu award.