final presentation

13th January 2015 

How can a highly disassemblable building catering for Filmbyens current needs be flexible and adaptable for another programme or another site?
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Filmbyen Aarhus is looking to expand due to the pressure from many companies wishing to join the creative cluster by the harbour. This low tech building uses passive design measures to achieve high quality building that is transportable. Due to the potentially short lifespan of the building, design for disassembly is incorporated in order to completely remove the building off the site, while being able to use it at another location. Added benefits of DFD include easy maintenance, simple construction and modularity. High quality spaces are achieved through carefully selecting materials and construction methods. The simple rectangular form fits comfortable on the site, but is easily transferable to another location. In the case of the building being moved, the only traces remaining on site will be the infrastructural services; plumbing and electrical intake. This can be used in future development of the site. The industrial atmosphere of the site has allowed for a rough and durable architecture which suits DFD strategies. This has also allowed for some experimental upcycling to be incorporated into the building.

1:20 model

10th  January 2015 

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the 1:20 model portrays the materiality and material composition found in the building. All the different elements are present in the model of the south-east part of the building on the 3rd floor. Vacuum panels, ramps, monkey fist spectra knot hanging systems for the ramps, container floor slabs, brettstapel structural and accoustic wall to the core, the floor, east facade timber casette panels and charred timber cladding.

design realisation report

7th January 2015 

the design realisation process has been running parallel to the design process. Design realisation aims to realise the building and focus on parameters that will influence the process in architectural practice. Through meetings with practicing architects, engineers and architectural technician’s aspects such as construction, regulation and tectonics have been discussed and developed in terms of this project.

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