1 INFORM Architecture Urbanism Reseach Portfolio Peter Botz
2 Before you lies my Portfolio, INFORM. A symbolic title which can be read in one or two words. Besides the usual portfolio information it accentuates the essence of [my] architecture; form. Form that follows but can also be leading, archetypical or a-typical, form arising from the mass or from the void. In any case, a form that is clear and understandable. In my projects I m always looking for a powerful simplicity, a naturalness that primarily results from studying and [re]defining the program, in stead of merely facilitating it. Leading to a tailored solution rather than to linger in confection. Therefore in my eyes design and research reinforce each other and my presented projects show my interpretation of this. Peter Botz
3 Working experience
4 collective individuality: social housing competition madrid facade and cross section of the building
5 modular construction with interchangeable floor plans Despite the limited means that characterizes social housing design, we ve realised an apartment complex that offers a maximum experience of luxury and individuality. Because of the interchangeable residential modules between the structural frame of the building, a personal involvement from the residents is made possible. So various dwelling types above and beside each other can easily be realized. A large passage opens the backside area and connects the opposite schools with the residential neighborhood. Images are property of.fabric
6 groundplan of a typical floor
7 From a variety of plans, there can be chosen for a living room with an exceptional or more conventional shape and experience. The spacious adjacent balcony enhances the perception and extends the living space to the outside. Images are property of.fabric
8 Hotel Mozaic / concept / renovation / redevelopment Hired by Urban Affairs to work on this assignment I was closely involved in the redevelopment of the The Hague City Hotel Mozaic. Two old mansions in the Archipel Neighborhood in use as a hotel, but not organized as such, have been renovated on the in- and outside. In short the assignment was to improve the internal organization, defining a typical room concept and renewal of the rear facade. The first challenge was to make a logical and functional room distribution within the limits of the existing bearing walls. Strategic passages and a two-story room created the space to qualify for the 3 star standard. concept image
9 Final result: 1 tower chamber / 2 Photowall / 3 bathroom module Images are property of Urban Affairs
10 Facade Transformation: 1 before / 2 model / 3 after / 4 window variety
11 The next challenge was to break with the standard, neutral hotelroom principle. Unexpected bathroom configurations surprise and break with the standard layout. The rooms gain character by bringing the outside in. The atmosphere of the neighborhood reflects on the storyhigh photo impressions on the wall. Because of the new internal reorganization, the backside could be stripped with emergency exits and decorated with typical viewing windows, which characterizes the individuality of the rooms and give a view at the neighborhood. Images are property of Urban Affairs
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14 Prix de Rome Through a comprehensive process of research and design, FABRIC formulated a new design position. In which local bottom-up initiatives are linked to global top-down trends and are converted into opportunities that accommodate short-term wishes and long-term targets within a flexible design. Given shape at and around the August Allebéplein in Amsterdam West, in the form of strategic densifications for entrepreneurship. And a public domain of characteristic squares responding to environmental, social and infrastructural wishes and challenges.
15 Amsterdam 1300 Amsterdam 1554 Amsterdam % 40% 38% Aandeel allochtonen bron: IISG amsterdam Economie bron: Handelscentrum hout en graan Sterfteoverschot in de 17e eeuw Bloeiende cultuurstad Einde Gouden Eeuw 25% Grote armoede onder de bevolking 27% 23% Diamantindustrie Handel met bier & haring Inwoneraantal bron: O+S Amsterdam Emigratie Reformatie Contrareformatie Nederlanders naar verschillende koloniën Omvang: Onbekend Motivatie: Bewonen handelsposten/kolonisatie Zeelieden naar Scandinavië en Midden-Europa Omvang: Motivatie: Retourmigratie Koninkrijk der Nederlanden Einde VOC Vrede met Spanje Verovering Nederlands- Verovering Antillen Suriname VOC en oprichting van de beurs Indië Land- en industriearbeiders naar Duitsland, België en VS Omvang: Motivatie: Relatief slechte periode tijdens 19e eeuw KNIL-soldaten Omvang: Motivatie: Uitzending Nederlands-Indië 1e Vreemdelingenwet Afscheiding België Industrialisatie Joden naar VS Oliecrisis Omvang: Motivatie: Einde WO II AEX vanaf 1983 Reguliere vluchtelingen Indische Nederlanders Omvang: Omvang: Motivatie: WO II Motivatie: Retourmigratie Vertrek Nederlanders Naar VS, Australië Nieuw-Zeeland, Gastarbeiders Italië Omvang: Onbekend Canada en Belgen en Spanje Motivatie: Economie Zuid-Afrika Omvang: Omvang: Omvang: Motivatie: Einde WO I Motivatie: Onbekend Motivatie: Retourmigratie Herziening Onafhankelijkheid Vreemdelingenwet Suriname Aanvang Sloterdijk en WTC Plan Zuid WO I WO II AUP Val Muur 9/ Immigratie bron: IISG amsterdam 1850 Pottenverkopers uit Duitsland Motivatie: Markt Gastarbeiders uit Polen, Mijnarbeiders uit Roemenië en Bulgarije Slovenië, Italië en Polen Omvang: Onbekend Stukadoors uit Duitsland Huurlingen uit Duitsland, Motivatie: Markt Motivatie: Markt Motivatie: Markt Zwitserland, Frankrijk Geworven migranten Antillianen Asielzoekers uit Omvang: Onbekend 1850 Ambachtslieden uit o.a. Duitsland Omvang: Joegoslavië, Somalië Motivatie: Leger was Strohoedenmakers uit België Omvang: Onbekend Onbekend Omvang: Jaarlijks vrijwillig en lage lonen Motivatie: Markt Motivatie: Wanderschaft Zeelieden uit China Motivatie: Oorlog einde koloniën 1850 Omvang: Onbekend Hugenoten uit Frankrijk Nederland, Nederlands-Indië, Paraplumakers en Motivatie: Markt Omvang: Suriname en de Antillen gouvernantes uit Frankrijk Familieleden uit Turkije en Marokko Vluchtelingen uit Zuid-Nederland Motivatie: Vlucht voor Lodewijk XIV Cirkelmigranten en verlofgangers Motivatie: Markt Omvang: Onbekend Omvang: Zeelieden en soldaten uit Burgers en soldaten Motivatie: Vlucht voor 1850 Motivatie: Gezinshereniging en -vorming Scandinavië en Midden-Europa uit België Spaanse overheerser Schoorsteenvegers uit Italië Omvang: Omvang: Motivatie: Markt Motivatie: WO I Vluchtelingen uit Chili, Motivatie: Veel werk bij Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Turkije, VOC en marine Afrika en Midden-Oosten Winkeliers uit Duitsland Vluchtelingen Gastarbeiders uit Motivatie: Oorlog Joden uit Portugal Motivatie: Markt Trekarbeiders uit Duitsland uit Rusland Italië, Spanje, Turkije, Omvang: Marokko, Joegoslavië en Omvang: Onbekend Motivatie: Vlucht voor Intellectuelen uit Frankrijk en KNIL-soldaten Portugal Constante komst en vertrek antisemitisme Engeland (Descartes, Rousseau, Omvang: Omvang: Hobbes, e.a.) Motivatie: Geworven migranten Verpleegsters uit Motivatie: Markt Omvang: Onbekend Duitsland Joden uit Oost-Europa Motivatie: Tolerante omgeving Omvang: Omvang: voor andersdenkenden Zigeuners Zeelieden uit Kaapverdië Motivatie: Markt, Motivatie: Vlucht voor Hongaarse ketellappers Omvang: Onbekend slechte economie Duitsland antisemitisme Bosnische berenleiders Motivatie: Economie, dekolonisatie IJs en terrazzo Diensters uit Duitsland specialisten uit Italië Omvang: Omvang: Onbekend Surinamers Motivatie: Markt, Indische Nederlanders Motivatie: Markt Omvang: Onbekend Descartes slechte economie Duitsland Omvang: Motivatie: Economie, Motivatie: Onafhankelijkheid dekolonisatie Indonesië design principal migration history of Amsterdam Rembrandt Joden en politieke vluchtelingen uit Displaced persons Duitsland, Oostenrijk Omvang: Kunstveiling in Amsterdam Amsterdam 1660, ontwerp 4e uitleg Ontwerp kerk Reguliersmarkt 1684, niet uitgevoerd Gouvernantes Emigranten naar VS 19e eeuw Omvang: Motivatie: Opvang Oost- Emigranten Australië Gastarbeiders uit Marokko Motivatie: Nationaal-socialisme Europeanen uit kampen all images are property of.fabric
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17 bazar mountain all images are property of.fabric
18 water management
19 masterplan all images are property of.fabric
20 Innovatieve regio s European regional innovation performance groups (EIS 2009) hoog Co-locatie KIC-EIT laag Bronnen: EIS 2009; EIT;.FABRIC geen data 240 HSL Netwerk HSL spoor HSL spoor in aanleg internationaal spoor HSL station Gemiddelde actieradius in minuten 60 Luchtvaart Eindhoven Airport verbinding Eindhoven Airport bestemming HSL + Eindhoven Airport bestemming Gemiddelde actieradius in minuten Brainport 2020 Londen Stansted Londen Folkestone Calais Playing a major role in the mapping of a vision for Brainport 2020, which presents the future development of Brainport to the national government. We ve visualized the southeast of the Netherlands as a landscape of People, Technology and Business. The six maps show an internationally orientated region with a highly innovative economic landscape and a high quality of life. Le Mans Tours Parijs Lille Amsterdam Rotterdam Antwerpen Dijon Brussel Lyon Luik Straatsburg Eindhoven Turijn Hannover Keulen Frankfurt Mannheim Stuttgart Mullhouse Zurich Innsbruck Milaan Würzberg Neurenberg München Berlijn Wroclaw Londen Stansted Londen Praag Madrid Dublin Zaragoza Le Mans Folkestone Calais Tours Reus (Barcelona) Parijs Perpignan Lille Nîmes Barcelona Amsterdam Rotterdam Antwerpen Dijon Brussel Lyon Marseille Girona (Barcelona) Luik Straatsburg Nice Eindhoven Turijn Hannover Keulen Frankfurt Mannheim Stuttgart Oslo Mullhouse Zurich Innsbruck Milaan Pisa Rome Budapest Napels Alghero Warschau Würzberg Neurenberg München Valencia Network Alicante infrastructuur en reistijden Gdansk Katowice Berlijn Wroclaw Praag Pescara Stockholm Helsinki Budapest Warschau Katowice Belgrado map 1 network Belgrado
21 Jumbo Intervet fte Sligro fte Jumbo Vanderlande Intervet Masterfoods Fujifilm Bosch Ericsson Vanderlande Bavaria DAF Philips NXP Océ fte fte fte fte fte fte Nedcar DSM Sabic fte fte fte ASML DAF Philips NXP fte VDL Bavaria fte fte fte fte Atos Origin fte VION fte fte fte fte ASML fte VION Atos Origin VDL fte Bosch Ericsson MSD Ricoh fte Masterfoods Fujifilm.900 fte 600 fte Sligro 700 fte Ricoh Business bedrijven en werkgelegenheid Océ Werkgelegenheid Sectoren Arbeidsplaatsen veel weinig HTSM keten veel Bedrijven Infrastructuur Chemie OEM Abc fte Food 1e lijn toeleveranciers Abc fte HSL spoor HTSM 2e + 3e lijn toeleveranciers Abc fte Snelweg High Tech Starters per Corop-gebied Incubators/accelerators weinig Spoor Station Intercity HSL station Bronnen: Bureau Louter 2010; CBS 2010; LISA 2009; KvK 2010; diverse websites map 4 business f f all images are property of.fabric
22 Battle on the Hills: For the province of Utrecht, we ve researched, visualized and presented together with DHV (consultancy and engineering) and Telos (organization on sustainable New Markets Utrechtse Heuvelrug development) characteristics of the region of the Utrechtse Heuvelrug. This resulted in two thematical presentations; Battle on the hills and Route to sustainability. Reacting on the spatial and economic strengths and challenges in this region. Majorly being involved with the prior we ve translated the goal of upgrading the recreational potential through linking the strong presence of the gaming industry in the province to the regions layered military history by creating a spatial lab stimulating almost unlimited crossovers between technologies, applications, purposes and users. LIMES LAURIUM DE MEERN TRAJECTUM FECTIO LEVEFANUM MANARICIUM maps of the area: 1 historical military eras C
23 GAMING + (MULTI)MEDIA DE WAAG Game industrie Almere 3 bedrijven GAMING + CULTUUR EN EDUCATIE GAMING + SPORT EN WORKOUT GAMING + RE-ENACTMENT GAMING + NATUUR EN EDUCATIE GAMING + SPEL GAMING + BEZINNING EN REVALIDATIE GAMING + SPEL GAMING + NATUUR EN EDUCATIE GUERILLA GAMES LITTLE CHICKEN GAME COMPANY PLAYLOGIC ENTERTAINMENT W!GAMES SOEPEL GAMES FLAVOUR GAMES Game industrie Amsterdam 31 bedrijven ca. 400 werknemers NBL TU DELFT Game industrie Hilversum 10 bedrijven ca. 275 werknemers SPIL GAMES Game industrie Utrecht 20 bedrijven 160 werknemers RONIMO GAMES MEDIAPARK HILVERSUM FESTIVAL OF GAMES 2010 STICHTING DUTCH GAME GARDEN HKU faculteit beeldende kunst & economie HKU faculteit beeldende kunst & vormgeving THALES CROSS MEDIA CAFE NATIONAAL INSTITUUT BEELD EN GELUID 36% gestudeerd aan de HKU faculteit kunst, media & technologie DUTCH GAME AWARDS 3MENSIO medical images Game industrie Amersfoort 2 bedrijven ca. 20 werknemers WHITEBEAR STUDIOS 8% gestudeerd aan de HU faculteit communicatie & journalistiek 12% gestudeerd aan de UU faculteit informatica en gaming GATE (game research for training & entertainment) TNO GAMING + RE-ENACTMENT EN EDUCATIE ARVO CASTRA DRIEL 2 thematical RANDWIJK laboratories HERCULIS / 3 precence of the GAMING gaming + industry CULTUUR EN EDUCATIE GAMING + AVONTUUR all images are property of.fabric
25 4 gaming & workout / 5 gaming &re-enactment all images are property of.fabric
26 metropolitan area Zuidvleugel The Bureau Zuidvleugel and the national government composed a shared agenda which describes the main spatial-physical and spatial-economic challenges which lay the base for prioritizing necessary future investments. Our challenge was to communicate this agenda in a clear and inspiring cartographic translation. Showing the infrastructural challenges in relation to economic clusters and urban developments. DEN HAAG A20 A15 DELFT DELFT A4 A12 A44 LEIDEN LEIDEN A4 A13 A16 A20 ROTTERDAM ROTTERDAM GOUDA GOUDA A12 A2 A15 overview of the map DORDRECHT DORDRECHT
27 GO GO DEN DEN A13 A16 DELFT DELFT A4 A20 A20 detail of the map all images are property of.fabric M
28 HELSINKI North Brabant 2040 The province of North Brabant faces a double challenge, of strengthening their position in Europe and at the same time making the necessary budget cuts. Therefore it needed to form a strategic agenda focusing on core tasks serving both goals. Playing a major role in creating a method which translated global trends into local challenges, to prioritize and choose from. We ve organized and visualized the topics by diagrams, maps and collages, resulting into a workbook during, and a final agenda afterwards the process. OSLO TALLINN STOCKHOLM RIGA VILNIUS COPENHAGEN DUBLIN LOGISTICS MAINTENANCE LONDON FOOD & PHARMA WARSAW BERLIN AMSTERDAM AUTOMOTIVE BRUSSELS LUXEMBOURG BRAINPORT PARIS VIENNA BRATISLAVA BUDAPEST BERN LJUBLJANA BUCHAREST SOFIA ROME MADRID Brabant in Europe
29 ? AGRARISCHE ECONOMIE INDUSTRIËLE ECONOMIE DIENSTEN ECONOMIE KENNIS ECONOMIE Evolution of the regional economy all images are property of.fabric
30 UNOX MAASLAND WALHALLA [MAASLAND] SUIKERUNIE HEINEKEN GREVE VAN HAREN ROUPPE V/D VOORT CHAP DUREA RBV LEAF LOINTS ECCO VAN LIER CHV CSM SMITS VAN GRINSVEN VAN MELLE MARS BACKER EN RUEB LA TRAPPE DMV FAAM DE BEYERD AKV ST. JOOST TEXTIEL LAB VAN BOMMEL KANDIJFABRIEK DE KROON [LA TRAPPE] BAVARIA OIRSCHOTS BIER [BAVARIA] BATA CAMPINA KLOKKENGIETERIJ VAN THIEL BEGEMANN NUTRECO DESIGN CAMPUS WINTERMANS AGIO DE PLOEG SWEDISCH MATCH DOMMELSCH [INTERBREW] industrial map of workshop Brabant collage workshop Brabant
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32 HSL CONNECTIE RANDSTAD HOV CONNECTIE NIJMEGEN/WAGENINGEN NIVRA LG HI LOGISTICS SUPPLY MAINTENANCE CHAIN TSUBAKIMOTO CAMPUS FOKKER AVIOLANDA SHELL MOERDIJK AGRO-FOOD CLUSTER LOGISTICS ABBOTT LABORATORIES IRIS OHYAMA TOSHIBA AVANS NHTV DSM EPSON TFT FUJI TELOS UVT-CAMPUS FONTYS FONTYS AVANS METAL VALLEY HAS RUSSELL HOBBES NIVRA OPEN UNIVERSITEIT FONTYS TNO EINDHOVEN NCOI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ASML TNO-INDUSTRIE BRAINPORT ORGANON FOOD & PHARMA MITUTOYA PHILIPS AUTOMOTIVE EUTECH TNO-VEHIL TUe VDL TWINNING CENTER DAF NIVRA HAIERHOLST CENTRE HIGHTECH CAMPUS HSL CONNECTIE BRUSSEL/PARIJS industrial map of campus Brabant HOV CONNECTIE LEUVEN/BRUSSEL collage campus Brabant
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34 Area development Clover 4 Cradle to Cradle working landscape Greenport Venlo Zoning map 2040 Images are property of Studio Marco Vermeulen
35 Clover 4 is a logistics development area that based on the Cradle to Cradle principles, sustainability has as it s starting point. Creative and strategic combinations in program including new techniques, result in closed cycles of water, waste and energy. Tradeport North, Sevenum East and the Sunrise campus are located in this area and show in different stages and scale the results of this approach. Development plan Sevenum EAst
36 SUNRISE CAMPUS VENLO CRADLE TO CRADLE SOLARCAMPUS PLAN+WATERSYSTEM OF THE CAMPUS Images are property of Studio Marco Vermeulen GROUP A
37 In the design of the Sunrise campus, we have reserved space in the center for an attractive, green environment. This space could be freed by combining in a clever way essential ecosystems with the desired working environment. The central biotope is the architectural elaboration of this and contributes actively to the C2C cycles within the area. By sustainable design, the water and energy consumption is minimized. In addition to this, the internal cycles are optimized by integrating water treatment and power generation within the area. C2C principles of the central biotope
38 Exhibition in the MU Eindhoven Images are property of Urban Affairs EINDHOVEN SUPERVILLAGE PUBLICATION & EXPOSITION Eindhoven SUPERvillage is a study on an attractive residential environment for knowledge workers in the region of Southeast Brabant. In order to strengthen the international competitiveness of the knowledge region Brainport. During my internship at Urban Affairs we worked on the spatial interpretation of the research. The biggest challenge was to translate the findings and design principles into the final map. And presenting this map through an over 100m2 huge 3D model.
39 Study Projects
40 Critical mass is a residential building for Western expats responsive to the social isolation that comes over these people. When they resolutely swap their daily life and surrounding for an alienating and unfamiliar environment such as of the Chinese commercial cities. By integrating public space and supporting facilities in the apartment building I designed an environment which stimulates social interaction. The design principles I have found in the historic Long Tang districts are used as a guideline for the social structure of the building and are also followed to ensure a better urban integration. The urban development of Shanghai in the last century has a clear turning point in recent decades. Historic structures are converted to Western models without realizing the consequences of these changes. Critical Mass [a physics term for the minimum matter needed to keep a reaction going] refers to the lack of this, which is likely to result in a critical point of no return. The design is a research for finding a method more appropriate for an urban renewal suiting the specific historical context. The design attempts to provide sufficient critical mass to stimulate a new way of thinking, which brings more balance in the city renewal. Fall 2008 graduation committee; dr.ir. Jos Bosman, dipl. ing Hüsnü Yegenoglu, dr. Jeroen Boomgaard
41 wide perspective on ground level
42 The building is designed so that the city continues on the inside of the building. As with the LongTangs, where openings in the district admit the unknown, my design has also a porous plinth. Traffic flows pass therefore easily through the building. By admitting the shortest route from the opposing areas on the site, there is a natural passage through the building making the public core of the building also work as such. 1 inner street & parking entry 2 Pedestrian route from opposing neighborhoods to the subway 3 North-South connection through the buiding
43 Within the strange environment of Chinese commercial cities, not only alienating through language and script, but also by habits, laws and scale, for several years the expat has to build up a new social circle to compensate for the one left behind. From this perspective, I have opted for a new type of dwelling / building in Shanghai designed around expats. It aims to accelerate social interaction through adding collective elements. Passively by strategic spaces and places for spontaneous meetings and actively by integrating additional facilities aiming at the expats. Routing through the public space within
44 Mixing function, the houses are blue and the facilities are green / yellow facing the west facing the east facing the south facing the north The combination of a program with facilities and housing usually has a layered structure. A commercialized plinth with separate dwelling layers on top. This creates two worlds, the public space and the domestic floors. By maximizing the tangent between these two functions an interesting public space arises. The functions are spread deeper into the building, which not only increases the spatial experience, but mostly the functionality of the public atrium.
45 Conventional configuration of mixed use buildings
46 The tangents of the various functions are intensified on four plazas in the building. (Raised) ground levels, which function as public fields in the atrium. They represent the role of street or square in a conventional neighborhood. And they unlock all the apartments and provide access to the facilities on and below the plazas. Initiated interaction with the public space is the starting point for the overall design of the building, it provides from bottom to top in moments for interaction on the crossing points of several routes. In total three different routes meet each other in different places. These specified routes serve various users, on one hand the residents of the apartments and on the other the visitors of the facilities. Similar to the movement within the LongTangs, they are direct and functional for the residents and those for the visitors revealing and wandering.
47 The four (elevated) ground levels Residential route: the shortest route, takes the elevator to the specified plaza providing acces to the apartments. Without a forced detour it still crosses interactive fields creating moments for collectivity in the route. Visitor s route: the route to the facilities ascends the building in smaller steps to maintain the visual connection between the functions. It consists of a sequence of escalators that climbs the building as a ribbon, and intersects the plazas. Connecting route: finally, there is a less formal route in the building which consists of various stairs and ramps. These elevation points are an alternative to elevator or escalator and make quick short cuts possible.
48 graduation research REGIE without Regime Analysis portman atria The research builds on the text Atlanta by Rem Koolhaas in which he criticizes the architectural interventions in the city by John Portman. According to Koolhaas, the hotel atrium becomes in Portman s hands a capsular elements that shuns the outside world and confines visitors as voluntary prisoners. The primary objective of this study was to determine if there are capsular characteristics in the atria of Portman and, if so, what are these characteristics and through which architectural interventions are they created. Atrium of the Marriot Marquis Hotel in Atlanta.
49 Different ideologies, same approach, In one glance, the similarities between the Capsule Tower (1965) of Archigram and Portman s Atrium Hotel can be recognized, minimal and optimized living quarters and across from them a collective living environment. however The difference are also visible, the capsule tower forces everyone to be part of the public space, while the hotel creates an inbetween space, an empty belly, where the happy few can distance themselves from the rest. Portman designed an alternative, competing public spaces in hotels. Archigram s Capsule Tower and Portman s Marriot Marquis Atriumhotel.
50 that Portman uses these atria as an alternative is shown by it s accessibility. As in the schedule is shown, this evolved into a route where the contact with the outside is completely deprived. This neutralizes the awareness of the inside by the visitor and gives him the opportunity to realise a substitute outside through the strategic use of a number of architectural means. This turns his hotels into a capsular environment that tempts visitors to stay within the building and deprives it from it s context. evolution of the Atrium accessibility.
51 Peachtree district downotwn atlanta Portman s first Coordinate unit; a network of connected buidings which form a network on top of the urban tissue.
52 Not the experience of what is, but what isn t there, makes the capsule. The structural incompleteness of the setting creates the base of the capsular area. A city is characterized not only by size and high densities but also by urban problems. If you are able to direct that urbanity it allows you to filter on and/or exclude; terms which the capsular is based. The space degenerates in capsularity. it is a world of its own, with lakes, shops, restaurants and trees. The buildings are above, but in these public spaces you are aware only of the elevators. John Portman Collages; filtering of the urban environment.
53 Capsular scheme; The archi-tectural structure of the hotel atrium. The scheme shows the transformation of the capsular space, the individual components are neutral, but through the combination and way of applying them, they turn into a capsular climate after a number of stages, which allows Portman to restage a directed alternative urban environment. autumn 2006 attendants; HüsnÜ Yegenoglu/Jos Bosman
54 TrainSquare (IN)Security & (Public)Space Master Project StatioN Heerlen SPRING 2005 RENEWED vision ON THE BUILDING t y p o l o g Y station attendant: Theo Hauben
55 My vision for the new train station is based on the growing sense of insecurity in public spaces. The station area is an clear problem area in this matter, characterized by a vague no man s land between public and private. Insecurity or fear in public space derives from both physical and psychological impulses. important factors are: - awareness and confrontation with real threats - fear for strangers voor estrangement - Associations: vandalism / pollution / decay the reduction or complete elimination of impulses works against the feelings of fear and insecurity. Specifically to the train station it means: - giving The station a non-station like look. The train station associates with chaos, rush, obscurity. factors for a defensive attitude - introducing facilities, they strengthen social control - Fear also results from suspicion of what one does not know. By confronting and clarifying the individual with his fears, his anxiety will be weakened. concretely I came to the following conclusion: To completely get rid of the negative impulses on the experience of the visitor, The train station can not continue to exist. The new station is resolved in its urban context. Platforms become train stops and typical primary and secondary stations functions get a place in the local setting.
56 heerlen CURRENT situation & PLANNING AREA station, busstops & rest AREA TRAFFIC DIVERSION FREe PASSAGE TO THE CITY CENTER & minimizing SCALE TRAFFIC EXISTING TRACKS surplus of tracks BECAUSE OF industrial history
57 NEW TRACKS(AREA) heerlen endpoint of trajectories, tracks ARE cut & distributed NEW busstops reducing fragmentation OF THE area, by moving THE busstops to THE EDGE RENEWED INFILL OF THE AREA tracks are spread over the area & overflow from city to park
58 SQUARESTYLES: organic- bus- URBAN- & businessquare URBAN plan FOUR TRAINS, FOUR SQUARES heerlen HAS FOUR TRAIN trajectories. INSTEAD OF EVERY TRAIN GETTING IT S OWN PLATFORM THEY GET THERE OWN SQUARE. MODIFIED TO THE CHARACTERISTICS OF IT S TRAJECTORY/TRAVELER. intercity; roermond/eindhoven URBAN NATURE / SQUARE. SPRINTER; landgraaf/aachen BUSINESS NATURE / SQUARE. SPRINTER; kerkrade / maastricht local NATURE, COMPARABLE TO BUSLINE / STOP. SPRINTER; geleen/sittard ROUTE THROUGH parkstad heerlen, park SETTING. BIRD S EYE VIEW PLANNING AREA entrance on CITYSIDE WITH residential tower AS GATE. The rear area is characterized by low-rise.
59 supermarket & ticket window minimized window, central at the beginning of the area supermarket in the plinth of the singles apartments Facilities can be found in the urban structure of the area and are in line with the various square atmospheres. Tickets are available at the various platforms through ticket machines. horeca has been given a new place in a kiosk/café and a drive-inn, who also provides the local clientele. A supermarket is LOCATED in the planning area that provides besides the passenger also THE local residents OF basic needs. ATMs can be found at a bank. drive-inn at bus square, the infrastructure connects to bus infra Bank & kiosk At business square, THEY provide travelers and employees
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