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  • ZE YULI

    A I R .A D SABPL3

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    MELBOURNE

    UNIVERSITY

    SEMESTER 2015

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    UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE2015

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    Fig.1 background- Studio : Water -boat house (Zeyu Li)

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  • INTRODUCTION..............................1

    PART.A CONCEPTUALISATION..................3

    A.1 DESIGN FUTURING................................................5CASE STUDY 1.0................................................................................7

    CASE STUDY 2.0....................................................................................9

    A.2 DESIGN COMPUTATION........................................................11CASE STUDY 1.0...........................................................................................13

    CASE STUDY 2.0..............................................................................................15

    A.3 COMPOSITION TO GENERATION.........................................17CASE STUDY 1.0..............................................................................................19CASE STUDY 2.0.............................................................................................21

    A.4 CONCLUSION...........................................................................23

    A.5 LEARNING OUTCOMES..............................................25

    REFERENCE......................................................................27

    A.6 APPENDIX........................................29 ALGORITHMIC SKETCHES.....................

    CONTENT

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  • It seems very clear that I know I want to be an architect in the future when I was very young, I always being very curious about the traditional architectures and the stories behind them. Ex-ploring these stories make me feel satisfied and happy.

    I am an oversea student from china. I am very proud I am Chinese, because we have a very pre-cious architectural history. Ancient architectures in China have formed widely different style com-pared with occidental architectures, through the five-thousand-year development of culture. I am addicted to these old Chinese architectures and traditional cultures.

    Now Im in the third year for being an architectur-al student. Sometimes its bit tired but I still enjoy the journey. Passion is one of the thing that make me being positive and study hard. I like design studios, I like being creative although sometimes I cant.

    Nearly all the design works I did in the uni-versity contains a bit Chinese elements which are all about the feelings and can only made by hand. I didnt know how to use softwares to design at all before I got to university, and what I thought before was designing is all about hand drawing. That made me very dif-ficult to design things by using rhino or other BIM softwares at the beginning.

    However, when I did studio water, I found digital design is really useful and convenient. Sometimes it just brings more ideas which I wont even think about. It contains more pos-sibilities.

    Today, we can not have a simple understand-ing of the figures for the design performance of software tools, digital design should have as a design and creative methods.

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    INTRODUCTION.

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    Fig.22014Designing Environments: Connection bridge in Federation Square(Made by hand)

    Fig.32015Studio water:Rem koolhaas:boat house(Rhino&Sketch up&Laser cut)

    Fig.42015 Digital Design&Fabrication:Second skin: folding system(Rhino&Laser cut)

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  • PART A.

    CONCEPTUALISATION

    Fig.5 background - Heydar Aliyev Centee (Zaha Hadid Architects)

  • ...how can a future

    actually be se-cured

    by design?...Human as the major specie living on the earth has really big power to change the environments; how-ever, these changes are mostly negative, especially for the natural environments and living systems. Tony Fry said in his book Design Futuring Sustain-ability, Ethics and New Practice that ...we are all design... 1 which is not a good thing because some designer doesnt really understand what is sustain-ability and what is a better way to design things for the future. For example, the United Arab Emirates has a 22,500 square meters of indoor ski area which will consume huge energy (electricity) to make sure snowing making is procession well. At mean time, a large number of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases will be released to the atmosphere and in-crease the global warming process.

    The right side is a picture of a Solar Tower for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, it is designed by RAFFA Architecture&Design firm. RAFFA firm explains in their proposal... This proj-ect represents a message of a society facing the future....2

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    A.1

    DESIGN FUTURING.

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    Fig.6 - Solar Tower for the 2016 Olympic Games (Rio de Janeiro)

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    Fig.7 Rendering plan for HongQiao SoHo building

    Fig.8 Rendering plan for HongQiao SoHo building

    Fig.9 Rendering interior environments for HongQiao SoHo building

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    HONGQIAO SOHO SHANGHAI

    CASE STUDY 1.0

    IT IS A ONGOING PROGRAM FOR SOHO CHINA WHICH DESIGNED BY ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS. THE PROJECT IS MIXED USED FOR BOTH COMMERCIAL OFFICES AND RETAIL.3

    so ...what is sustainability?...In the book, Fry had also explain what is sustainability, he said, ...is not about achieving an endpoint, a condition of equilibrium...4 It is rather a process wherein all that supports and extends being exceeds everything that negates it. Designers should know that there two aims of design. First, we design to slow the rate of defuturing, not speed up, so it is very essentially to avoid large energy cost design method. Second, we design is going to take towards far more sustainable modes of planetary habitation.

    It it very critically to think about the future design, not only is to make the future more sustainable, but also have to solve the severe environmental problems in nowadays.

    The project consists of a solar power plant that by day produces energy for the city respectively the Olympic village. Excessive energy will be pumped as seawater into a tower. By night, the water can be released again; with the help of turbines, it generates electricity for the night.

    But before the whole system going to work, the construction process will cost thousands of dollars and energy resources which is opposite with their proposal.

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    EGYPTIAN FINEARTS CENTERCASE STUDY 2.0

    THIS PROJECT PROPOSAL BY MOATASEM ESMAT OF THE MATARIA ENGINEERING SCHOOL FOR A NEW FINE ARTS CENTER IN HELWAN, EGYPT.5

    Fig.10 Rendering plan for new Egyptian Fine Arts Center.

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    Both of Hadid and Moatasem Esmat have choose a parametric curved shape to add a strong visual impact. They all designed by follow the concept which provides the conve-nience and flexibility.6 The roof garden can storage rain water and provide a large outdoor space for clients to connect with natural environments. Besides the green roof, the enve-lope of building is similar as well. The similar shape has shown that in the future, people are more likely to accept a more outdoor environments rather then indoors. Green roof, Blue sky and fresh air are still the thing that people loved.

    So it is clear that during the future design, sustainable energy and renewable resources are very important elements, how to use the design to slow or solve the environmental problem is every designer should consider in their future career.

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    Fig.11 Redenering street view for new Egyptian Fine Arts Center.

  • ...La lnea recta es del hombre, La curva pertenece a Dios...

    ---Antoni Gaud

  • Fig.12 background -facade of sagrada familia (Antoni Gaudi)

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    DESIGN COMPUTATION.

    HONEYCOMB MORPHOLOGIESCASE STUDY 1.0

    THIS RESEARCH WAS PURSUED AS PART OF A MA DIS-SERTATION IN EMERGENT TECHNOLOGIES AND DE-

    SIGN AT THE ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION.7

    Along with the development of computer and many other BIM softwares, digital design and computable design have been used a lot in nowadays design process. Parametric design integrate every design part together, which means it can save lots of time and workloads as well as the resources.8 The main difference between the traditional design and parametric design is that parametric design can devise a family product model not a single product model.9 The picture below is one of the research of Architecture Asso-ciation did for researching the natural material systems. They using parametric design to do the prototype which is easier and quicker. Antoni Gaudi once said, Straight lines are artificial, but curves belong to God. In the most natural systems, the shape of these systems are variable which can only be used by computation.

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    Fig.13 Manifold Installation at the AA Projects Review 2004, Photo: Francis Ware

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    A.2 DESIGN COMPUTATION

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    Fig.14 Honeycomb prototypes

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    Fig.15 ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2011-gcode Fig.16 ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2011-fem

    Fig.17 ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2011-West view Fig.18 ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2011-North view

    Fig.19 ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2011-interior vie