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ws 2012>> MASSIVE MOVEMENT

WS 2012: Universitt fr Angewandte Kunst, Wien, o. Univ. Prof. Greg Lynn Martin Murero, Guvenc Ozel, Maja Ozvaldic, Bence Pap

General

Give me a place to stand on, and I will move the Earth. Archimedes
We will be moving forward from the year of Massiveness to the movement of large masses. As an inspiration, have a look at these three categories of movement for large masses: Glacial: such as Erratic Blocks, as described by Sir Archibald Geikie as large masses of rock, often as big as a house, that have been transported by glacier-ice, and have been lodged in a prominent position in the glacier valleys or have been scattered over hills and plains. Archimedes Machines: such as the water screw, displacement volumes, levers, etc Give me a place to stand on, and I will move the Earth. Scaffolding & Trebuchet: secondary structures on which masses are hoisted or from which they are hurled. [see Domenico Fontanas Della Transportatione dellObelisco Vaticano of 1590] This year we will be working on one consistent topic in two projects. The second project will build on the design ideas and methods of the first. The first semester will be devoted to massing and exterior envelope and structure and the second semester will take this for granted and then focus on internal volumetric division. In both semesters we will look at vast volumes that are transformed by the movement of small building scale solids. Spatially these ideas will be used to: -open and close an indoor/outdoor space in Semester 1 -subdivide and activate a vast interior space in Semester 2 Animation tools will be very useful this year and should be explored as a design tool. More importantly, each design team will have to produce stop-motion model studies showing both design intent at the first stage of the semester as well as presentation quality stop-action movies of large models.

ws 2012>> MASSIVE MOVEMENT


WS 2012: Universitt fr Angewandte Kunst, Wien, o. Univ. Prof. Greg Lynn Martin Murero, Guvenc Ozel, Maja Ozvaldic, Bence Pap

Semester 1: Giant Oculi

The task will be the design of a vast open long span sports enclosures that is capable of being opened and closed continuously throughout the day by the use of large moving chunks of the building. These chunks can be occupiable elements of the building or they can enclose mechanical systems that assist in the conditioning of the indoor/outdoor space. The studio is looking for alternatives to surface pattern and brisolei techniques and instead is looking at enormous moving openings and how this can change the interior as well as the faade and urbanism of the building. In order to ventilate and change the condition of the interior environment the design should have giant dynamic openings. The design of these massive urban openings should be informed by two concerns: their spatial and monumental impact on both the surrounding city and the interior environment an environmental systems concept at a vast spatial scale. By plugging and unplugging openings with giant cork like elements, the design should exploit: -Vertical interior/exterior temperature differentials -Changes in enclosure during the day and night -Prevailing winds -Movement of the sun The plan of the fields, pools, bleachers and practice fields will be given. The design of the enclosing envelope as well as the building elements will be determined by each design team.

ws 2012>> MASSIVE MOVEMENT


WS 2012: Universitt fr Angewandte Kunst, Wien, o. Univ. Prof. Greg Lynn Martin Murero, Guvenc Ozel, Maja Ozvaldic, Bence Pap

Program

01-STADIum
capacity: 60.000 footprint: 30.000 m2 dimensions:246m x 199m (external) 105m x 68 m (pitch size) max.height:42m program: changing rooms 680 m2 physio rooms 350 m2 warm up rooms 290 m2 fb/catering 2450 m2 shopping 900m2

02-AQUATICS CENTER
Capacity: 2500 footprint: 10.000m2 dimensions: 109m x 97m (external) 2 x 50m pool, 1 x 25m diving pool max. height:12m program: changing rooms 150 m2 physio rooms 90 m2 fb/catering 120 m2

03 - TRAINING CENTER
capacity: open footprint:38.000m2 dimesnions: 227m x 170m field size 400m track:177m x 93m field size 15 tennis courts: 227m x 70 m program: changing rooms: 500m2 equipmet storage: 900 m2

TOTAL PROGRAM FOOTPRINT: 78.000 m2

ws 2012>> MASSIVE MOVEMENT


WS 2012: Universitt fr Angewandte Kunst, Wien, o. Univ. Prof. Greg Lynn Martin Murero, Guvenc Ozel, Maja Ozvaldic, Bence Pap

Site 2 Dubai Sports City


TOTAL SITE AREA: 360.000 m2

ws 2012>> MASSIVE MOVEMENT


WS 2012: Universitt fr Angewandte Kunst, Wien, o. Univ. Prof. Greg Lynn Martin Murero, Guvenc Ozel, Maja Ozvaldic, Bence Pap

wARMUP Task- Part 1

TASK 2D DRAWING
Moving shape inside a static shape: Design an enclosing static envelope Design a single moving shape in three positions at the perimeter of the envelope Design the motion path between the three positions of the moving shape Take into consideration: The openings left by the moving shape when it is absent The path of moving shape and the volume between the path and the envelope The quantity and profile of the moving shape that extends beyond the envelope

TASK 3D DIGITAL MODELING


Moving volume inside a static volume: Translate the enclosing envelope and moving shape into a digital 3D model Recompose the three positions of the moving shape at the perimeter of the envelope. Take into consideration the qualities above. Animate between these three positions

ws 2012>> MASSIVE MOVEMENT


WS 2012: Universitt fr Angewandte Kunst, Wien, o. Univ. Prof. Greg Lynn Martin Murero, Guvenc Ozel, Maja Ozvaldic, Bence Pap

wARMUP Task- Part 2, hOW YOU mOVE

HOW YOU MOVE


This second part of this task is intended to teach and establish a common level for the studio in animation techniques, drawing techniques, model building techniques and stop-motion film techniques.

TASK PHYSICAL MODEL & STOP ACTION MOVIE


Build a large scale model, in opaque sheet material, of the two objects: the moving shape and the static volume. The size of the model should be exactly 42 in the maximum dimension. Film the movement of the shape with stop action and edit into a short film. Build an elaborate deus ex machina in order to temporarily support the moving shape during filming and then crop it out in post-production. Revise the 3D Digital Model and the key framed motion of the moving shape

TASK 2D DRAWING OF MOTION


Draw a plan and section showing the three positions of the moving shape as well as the motion in-between. Size should be 50% of the size of the model. Revise the 3D Digital Model with an IK modeled deus ex machina

ws 2012>> MASSIVE MOVEMENT


WS 2012: Universitt fr Angewandte Kunst, Wien, o. Univ. Prof. Greg Lynn Martin Murero, Guvenc Ozel, Maja Ozvaldic, Bence Pap

sCHEDULE
oCTOBER TUE 04 09 wARMUP tasK PART 1A: 2d Drawing on site TUE 09 Bernhard sommer lecture on Environmental strategies for extreme climates + review of PART 01 Introduction to Maya Animation tools Task 02: 3d digital modelin/animating Desk Crits of pART 1b Review of pART 02 Environmental Task with Thomas Auer REVIEWS WITH GREG and THOMAS (PIN UP)

WED 10 THU 11 TUE 16 THU 18 TUE 23

WED 31 09 START OF STUDY TRIP to Dubai & Abu Dhabi NOVEMBER TUE 28 29 MID TERM REVIEW WITH GREG JANUARY THU 24 FRI 25 FINAL REVIEWS DIPLOMAS

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