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  • 1. Authors:Nerea Atutxa,Aitzol Bizkarguenaga, Jon Borrajo, Ander Enziondo, Ibai Esteibarlanda, Marta Fernandez, Patxi Etxeandia, Jon Lopez, Aroa Ruiz UNIT 8: PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED CONSTRUCTION PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED ELEMENTS 1. HISTORY 2. DEFINITION 3. CLASIFICATION 4. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES 5. GORDILLO STUDY 6. MEDIATHEQUE IN SENDAI 7. VELODROME AND SWIMMING POOL IN BERLIN CONSTRUCTION III5 th LEVEL 2.009-2.010 YEAR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE OF SAN SEBASTIAN UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY Picture:Jon Lopez Allende

2. UNIT 8: PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED CONSTRUCTION

  • -The society has developed for an agriculture economy to a mecanized process wich makes big pieces. Industrial revolution.
  • -Industrial revolution hapenned in England in latests years of 18th century. It happens in other countries as well.
  • -It had been the productivest and the madest period; they built lot of buildings, so fast and without any care.
  • They put materials they used like ,stone,brick and wood together and they get new built systems.
  • -The building was better,hygienic and controlated. Itmakes live confortable and peoples life reference grows.

HISTORY 1. HISTORY 2. DEFINITION 3. CLASIFICATION 4. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES 5. GORDILLO STUDY 6. MEDIATHEQUE IN SENDAI 7. VELODROME AND SWIMMING POOL IN BERLIN Authors:Nerea Atutxa,Aitzol Bizkarguenaga, Jon Borrajo, Ander Enziondo, Ibai Esteibarlanda, Marta Fernandez, Patxi Etxeandia, Jon Lopez, Aroa Ruiz CONSTRUCTION III5 th LEVEL 2.009-2.010 YEAR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE OF SAN SEBASTIAN UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY 3. UNIT 8: PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED CONSTRUCTION -Prefabricated elements and in situ built elements combination -They use elements comprobated in contralated way. -Instead of using finished elements,they use those who need to finish them in the building works. DEFINITION OF PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED ELEMENTS 1. HISTORY 2. DEFINITION 3. CLASIFICATION 4. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES 5. GORDILLO STUDY 6. MEDIATHEQUE IN SENDAI 7. VELODROME AND SWIMMING POOL IN BERLIN Authors:Nerea Atutxa,Aitzol Bizkarguenaga, Jon Borrajo, Ander Enziondo, Ibai Esteibarlanda, Marta Fernandez, Patxi Etxeandia, Jon Lopez, Aroa Ruiz Pictures:Partially industrialized construction, Rosa Alvarez, Maite Otao CONSTRUCTION III5 th LEVEL 2.009-2.010 YEAR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE OF SAN SEBASTIAN UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY 4. UNIT 8: PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED CONSTRUCTION - Depending on the weigth :-Light Prefabricated elements: less than 30 kg. littleelements,they can be put by one or two workers -Midely light prefabricated elements: less than 500kg,they can be put by a simple system,pulley,lever -Heavy prefabricated elements: more than 500kgelements. They had to be put in building works by heavymachinary and big cranes. - Depending on the form :-Bloks: They are prefabricated elements for wallsconstruction. Those elements are self-preservation andthey doesn`t need any help of other elements. Concretebloks,bricks..-Panels:Sheets with an important relacionship betweensurface and thickness. Retaining walls,sheets onfacades,pladur sheets, -Linear elements:Trasversal section of rigid elements.Inconection with the ground CLASIFICATION OF PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED ELEMENTS 1. HISTORY 2. DEFINITION 3. CLASIFICATION 4. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES 5. GORDILLO STUDY 6. MEDIATHEQUE IN SENDAI 7. VELODROME AND SWIMMING POOL IN BERLIN Authors:Nerea Atutxa,Aitzol Bizkarguenaga, Jon Borrajo, Ander Enziondo, Ibai Esteibarlanda, Marta Fernandez, Patxi Etxeandia, Jon Lopez, Aroa Ruiz CONSTRUCTION III5 th LEVEL 2.009-2.010 YEAR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE OF SAN SEBASTIAN UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY 5. UNIT 8: PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED CONSTRUCTION + Easy manufacture + Simply conecction + Fast assembly + Less surpluss + Better quality of elements. + No attack from climatology conditions. + More resistance elements + Dry construction priority ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED ELEMENTS- Elements for a specific building work - Many different elements-Obligatory Spetialization to assembly works. - Less flexibility - Need to redesing 1. HISTORY 2. DEFINITION 3. CLASIFICATION 4. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES 5. GORDILLO STUDY 6. MEDIATHEQUE IN SENDAI 7. VELODROME AND SWIMMING POOL IN BERLIN Authors:Nerea Atutxa,Aitzol Bizkarguenaga, Jon Borrajo, Ander Enziondo, Ibai Esteibarlanda, Marta Fernandez, Patxi Etxeandia, Jon Lopez, Aroa Ruiz Picture:Partially industrialized construction, Rosa Alvarez, Maite Otao CONSTRUCTION III5 th LEVEL 2.009-2.010 YEAR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE OF SAN SEBASTIAN UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY 6. UNIT 8: PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED CONSTRUCTION Construction: Gordillo Study // Client: Luis Gordillo eta PilarLinares // Architects: Iaki balos , Juan Herreros, ngel Jaramillo // Colaborators: Renata Sentkievicz, M Auxiliadora Glvez // Structures: Juan Gmez // Works director: balos&Herreros // Administration executor: ngel Jamarillo // Landscape: Fernando Valero // Technical Architect Jos Torres // Prizes:1997 COAM Architect Prize 1997 Prize of Autonomous Community of Madrid - 2002 COAM 2000 Prize - 1997 finalist of the Architecture Prize Iberfad GORDILLO STUDY 1. HISTORY 2. DEFINITION 3. CLASIFICATION 4. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES 5. GORDILLO STUDY 5.1. DESCRIPTION 5.2. SITUATION, CULTURAL SCENE AND CLIMATE 5..3. CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT CONSEQUENCES 5.4. TECHNICAL AND ESTHETIC REQUIREMENT 5..5. STRUCTURAL SISTEMS 5..5.1. VERTICAL ELEMENTS THE LOADBEARING WALLS AND FAADES 5..5.2. HORIZONTAL ELEMENTS THE BELT OF STEEL 5. 5.3.VERTICAL VEGETAL ELEMENT ,THE VEGETAL FAADE 5. 5.4. HORIZONTAL VEGETAL ELEMENT ,THE ROOF 5 5..5.5. WINDOWS6. MEDIATHEQUE IN SENDAI 7. VELODROME AND SWIMMING POOL IN BERLIN Authors:Nerea Atutxa,Aitzol Bizkarguenaga, Jon Borrajo, Ander Enziondo, Ibai Esteibarlanda, Marta Fernandez, Patxi Etxeandia, Jon Lopez, Aroa Ruiz Picture:2G magazine, Abalos & Herreros. G.Gili editorial CONSTRUCTION III5 th LEVEL 2.009-2.010 YEAR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE OF SAN SEBASTIAN UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY 7. UNIT 8: PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED CONSTRUCTION GORDILLO STUDY DESCRIPTION 1. HISTORY 2. DEFINITION 3. CLASIFICATION 4. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES 5. GORDILLO STUDY 5.1. DESCRIPTION 5.2. SITUATION, CULTURAL SCENE AND CLIMATE 5..3. CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT CONSEQUENCES 5.4. TECHNICAL AND ESTHETIC REQUIREMENT 5..5. STRUCTURAL SISTEMS 5..5.1. VERTICAL ELEMENTS THE LOADBEARING WALLS AND FAADES 5..5.2. HORIZONTAL ELEMENTS THE BELT OF STEEL 5. 5.3.VERTICAL VEGETAL ELEMENT ,THE VEGETAL FAADE 5. 5.4. HORIZONTAL VEGETAL ELEMENT ,THE ROOF 5 5..5. 5.WINDOWSMEDIATHEQUE IN SENDAI 7. VELODROME AND SWIMMING POOL IN BERLIN Authors:Nerea Atutxa,Aitzol Bizkarguenaga, Jon Borrajo, Ander Enziondo, Ibai Esteibarlanda, Marta Fernandez, Patxi Etxeandia, Jon Lopez, Aroa Ruiz Picture: Croquis magazine, nmero 118, Abalos&Herreros, cero9, no.mad

  • - Form:prismatic shaped volume
  • - It uses two materials:
  • * Transparent polycarbonate
  • * Xerophytes plants
  • - Inside half-landed
  • Diaphanous work-place
  • - One floor

CONSTRUCTION III5 th LEVEL 2.009-2.010 YEAR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE OF SAN SEBASTIAN UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY 8. UNIT 8: PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED CONSTRUCTION GORDILLO STUDY SITUATION, CULTURAL SCENE AND CLIMATE 1. HISTORY 2. DEFINITION 3. CLASIFICATION 4. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES 5. GORDILLO STUDY 5.1. DESCRIPTION 5.2. SITUATION, CULTURAL SCENE AND CLIMATE 5..3. CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT CONSEQUENCES 5.4. TECHNICAL AND ESTHETIC REQUIREMENT 5..5. STRUCTURAL SISTEMS 5..5.1. VERTICAL ELEMENTS THE LOADBEARING WALLS AND FAADES 5..5.2. HORIZONTAL ELEMENTS THE BELT OF STEEL 5. 5.3.VERTICAL VEGETAL ELEMENT ,THE VEGETAL FAADE 5. 5.4. HORIZONTAL VEGETAL ELEMENT ,THE ROOF 5 5..5. 5.WINDOWS6. MEDIATHEQUE IN SENDAI 7. VELODROME AND SWIMMING POOL IN BERLIN Authors:Nerea Atutxa,Aitzol Bizkarguenaga, Jon Borrajo, Ander Enziondo, Ibai Esteibarlanda, Marta Fernandez, Patxi Etxeandia, Jon Lopez, Aroa Ruiz Picture:2G magazine, Abalos & Herreros. G.Gili editorial

  • Location: Villanueva de la Caada, Comunidad Autnoma de Madrid. Its situated 30km far from the capital
  • Altitude: 652 m
  • Density: 463,03 inhab/km2
  • A town which sufered construction boom
  • Mediterranean climate:
  • + Few precipitacions
  • + Big temperature changes
  • + Hot summers, cold and dry winters

CONSTRUCTION III5 th LEVEL 2.009-2.010 YEAR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE OF SAN SEBASTIAN UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY 9. UNIT 8: PARTIALLY INDUSTRIALIZED CONSTRUCTION GORDILLO STUDY CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT CONSEQUENCES

  • The cellular polycarbonate thermal appropriate
  • The plants regulate the temperature and have aesthetic value
  • How the environment is green, the plants around and the materials homogeneity get the camouflage
  • - Xerophytes plants are used

Picture: Croquis magazine, Abalos&Herreros, cero9, no.mad 1. HISTORY 2. DEFINITION 3. CLASIFICATION 4. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES 5. GORDILLO STUDY 5.1. DESCRIPTION 5.2. SITUATION, CULTURAL SCENE AND CLIMATE 5..3. CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT CONSEQUENCES 5.4. TECHNICAL AND ESTHETIC REQUIREMENT 5..5. STRUCTURAL SISTEMS 5..5.1. VERTICAL ELEMENTS THE LOADBEARING WALLS AND FAADES 5..5.2. HORIZONTAL ELEMENTS THE BELT OF STEEL 5. 5.3.VERTICAL VEGETAL ELEMENT ,THE VEGETAL FAADE 5. 5.4. HORIZONTAL VEGETAL ELEMENT ,THE ROOF 5 5..5.5. WINDOWS6. MEDIATHEQUE IN SENDAI 7. VELODROME AND SWIMMING POOL IN BERLIN Authors:Nerea Atutxa,Aitzol Bizkarguenaga, Jon Borrajo, Ander Enziondo, Ibai Esteibarlan

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