40 Revolutionäre Wohnkonzepte Von Ordos 100

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40 Revolutionäre Wohnkonzepte Von Ordos 100

Traditional cave dwellings in China, often referred as Yaodong, have been passed down from generations as they have proven to be superior in harsh environments particular to Inner Mongolia. Their unique typology has protected generations from the harsh tundra climate and the burning summers by providing thermal performance superior to those that reside on the surface. Likewise, local fauna has evolved to reside below the surface to survive, such as the Mongolian toad, or as Mongolians refer it, guroot, which is known to hibernate through the winter in 1-2 meter deep holes.

Cite: Nico Saieh. “ORDOS 100 #42: Rojkind Arquitectos” 22 Jul 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed .

As you enter the villa through the hard protective shell on the northern face, you find yourself on the second floor. Through the entrance hall, you slowly uncover the intricate play of the inner program volumes. On the west side of the Villa you find all services and support and program progressively turns into levels of privacy towards the east, ending with the master room on the extreme east. Your transition through the inner volumes is bathed with light that shines through the carefully perforated southern wall. Apertures progressively increase towards the interior gardens in which the perforations become denser and allow for cross winds to move through the villa evidently cooling the house during the summer days. As you move yourself into the third and fourth floors the inner workings of the villa unravel before your eyes. The play of levels, which are connected by a series of bridges, enriches your experience, as every space is unique in character and shape. Ceilings become terraces for other semi-private activities; walls and ceilings begin to shift in different directions, the play of outside and inside space gets blurred as the inner gardens separate program, suddenly an understanding of the forces that shaped this villa becomes evident.

Architects: Rojkind Arquitectos Project Principal: Michel Rojkind Project leader: Agustin Pereyra Location: Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China Project team: Juan Carlos Vidals (3D massing) Alejandro Biguria, Moritz Melchert, Mónica Orozco, Phillip Jung, José Moreno, Laura Rodriguez , Roberto Gil Will, Tere Levy, Alan Rahmane Structural Engineer: Juan Felipe Heredia Design year: 2008 Construction year: 2009-2010 Curator: Ai Weiwei, Beijing, China Client: Jiang Yuan Water Engineering Ltd, Inner Mongolia, China Constructed Area: 1,000 sqm aprox

Internal view connections give the experience of totality for all rooms in the building.

The Villa not only protects its inhabitants from harsh climatic conditions, but provides a unique experience for dynamic-programmatic circulation between private, public, and service spaces. Interstitial space serves as circulation for inhabitants and provides unique opportunities for gardens filled with native flora. Furthermore, the notion of void and solid has been understood as a formal distribution of private and public space.

Cite: Nico Saieh. “ORDOS 100 #40: Slade Architecture” 21 May 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed .

ArchDaily Articles ORDOS 100 #42: Rojkind Arquitectos ORDOS 100 #42: Rojkind Arquitectos 00:00 – 22 July, 2009 by Nico Saieh

ArchDaily Articles ORDOS 100 #43: Tatiana Bilbao ORDOS 100 #43: Tatiana Bilbao 00:00 – 29 July, 2009 by Nico Saieh

The massing respects the masterplan envelope. Creating an interior courtyard required building some of the required footprint below grade. Cutting away the ground plane creates two sunken gardens in plane with the lower level interior spaces allows the spaces. The building mass is carved to provide views from the interior courtyard and sunlight into the center of the building.

Reinforcing the site strategies on a programmatic level, the building is organized in layers of increasing privacy. These spaces are arranged in three typologies that are stacked vertically. The individual private spaces are articulated as distinct objects (sleeping). Communal family spaces are arranged around a courtyard (living). Social / public spaces are open to the exterior as an extension of the landscape (entertaining).

ArchDaily Articles ORDOS 100 #40: Slade Architecture ORDOS 100 #40: Slade Architecture 14:00 – 21 May, 2009 by Nico Saieh

The volume is sculpted to create specific views. From the central courtyard the planted roof yields a green pastoral scene with an almost scale-less quality (editing out neighboring houses with a false horizon). The courtyard creates a sheltered, central node for the house and also allows for visual interconnections across and between the private areas. The sunken open gardens relate directly to adjacent public zones.

Considering the path that encircles the house, we explored the dynamic relationship between the viewer and the object: how the geometry could exploit the viewer’s movement to create a visually ambiguous and shifting perception of space and volume. The building form presents a changing perception of the scale, geometry and massing from different exterior points of view.

Gimme Shelter moves away from the temporality of nomadism but maintains the underlying principal of nomadic dwellings; which is to shelter from detrimental climatic conditions. The Villa responds not only to site specificity but attempts to provide a unique shelter for the modern nomad. Cues have been abstracted from sand-dune morphology and generation into the formal expression of the villa. Gimme Shelter submerges itself into the landscape, providing warmth through the winter and cool air during the summer.

Architects: Tatiana Bilbao Location: Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China Design year: 2008 Construction year: 2009-2010 Curator: Ai Weiwei, Beijing, China Client: Jiang Yuan Water Engineering Ltd, Inner Mongolia, China Constructed Area: 1,000 sqm aprox

The core concept of seven sections creates a continuity of exterior and interior spaces that correspond to each other.

The concept is composed of a study of seven different sections with different shapes.

Today we find ourselves in a world of increased mobility in which transportation networks permit endless possibilities of travel for work, living, and pleasure we remain connected. In this new real of mobile populations, merchandise, and in formation, a new breed of nomads arises, dependant on the environments they travel much like the traditional nomads.

At different moments, the brick skin wraps smoothly, pulls apart to create light portals or rotates on its own axis-creating a continuous patterned skin of changing opacity and texture. The shifting geometries of the bricks are generated by the geometries of the intersecting walls. These geometries ripple out from the corners, normalizing themselves to the surface of the plane as they move away from the generating corner. The corner bricks create interlocking “zipper” connections – clearly expressing the generative geometries.

The interior circulation orientates along the main axis of the building and makes the flow of different spaces inhabitable.

Architects: Slade Architecture Location: Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China Design year: 2008 Construction year: 2009-2010 Curator: Ai Weiwei, Beijing, China Client: Jiang Yuan Water Engineering Ltd, Inner Mongolia, China Constructed Area: 1,000 sqm aprox

Inner Mongolia has had a long tradition of tribesmen dependant on nomadic lifestyles moving their herds in search for better grasslands and campsites. Even today, a large percentage of Mongolians still subside in the steppes and follow a nomadic lifestyle.

The design creates spaces transforming the inside outside relationship and developing a form which questions the extroverted and introverted nature of a house.

The masterplan proposes an exhibit of very large houses each encircled by a public footpath juxtaposing two conflicting desires: private retreat and public display. We accepted this tension as a primary design challenge. To engage the public view exterior, sightlines and perspectival cues are manipulated to create an engaging object that is ambiguous in its shape and boundaries. This ambiguity works against the clear platonic cube suggested by the masterplan. The private interior courtyard at the center of the house provides a santuary and retreat shielded from public view while allowing edited outward views. This results in a private but open interior.

Cite: Nico Saieh. “ORDOS 100 #43: Tatiana Bilbao” 29 Jul 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed .

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