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Projekt: New Airport Innsbruck

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New Airport Innsbruck

A new passenger terminal for Innsbruck airport. Since the course was structural design at University of Innsbruck, institute for experimental design, the main focus of the project lies indeed in structural optimization, i.e. the design itself plays a minor role. This can be seen in the development of the projects plan, it is not developed at all. Nevertheless, following the rules of parametricism (I, personally prefer the term of "autopoieses of architecture") it was possible to inform the design process to achieve a coherent overall design. From my point of view this was especially possible because of the building typology, an airport. An airport does not necessarily need to have a strong connection to its context.

Acknowledgment

First of all I have to thank Jon Mirtschin, the developer of geometrygym. His tool brings architecture and engineering closer together. This opens up new ways of how to incorporate building performance, i.e. structural design, into the early design process, also sustainability in terms of material usage can be achieved by implementing and using these tools right at the beginning of a design process, rather than trying to optimize a "final" design as good as possible. Beside the economical benefits it also informs the aesthetic aspects of a design, like in this project presented here. Form is structure.

The same is also valid for [uto] and there tool GECO. I also have to thank [uto] for always supporting me with help and advice.

Last but not least, Michael Budig as course instructor.



SHELLS RESEARCH

SHELLS FORM-FINDING

utilizing autodesk maya and it’s build in spring solver nCloth to simulate analog models such as shells done by Heinz Isler or Michael Balz.


SHELLS EFFICIENCY

one of the main goals is to make the already very efficient shells even more efficient. to cross¬check the produced models Rhino, Grasshop¬per and the GeometryGym plug-in was used to analyze these models in Oasys GSA.


SHELLS EVOLUTION

Working in the framework of parametricism implies a focus in the development of the design process itself.


SHELLS FORM-FINDING TRIAL&ERROR

working with dynamics, in this case nCloth, require to get a intuition for form and the reaction of the material. a trial and error method seems to be the best way to achieve this intuition.



SHELLS EFFICIENCY STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

again somehow a process of trial and error to find the right balance between material usage, possi¬ble openings and load-bearing characteristics.




SHELLS EFFICIENCY MESH EVOLTION

since the shell is devolved via a quad mesh, it is necessary to modify the mesh to the needs for the building as well as to the needs for the load-bearing characteristics.


SHELLS EFFICIENCY SOLARISATION ANALYSIS

a environmental analysis (such as solarisation studies and shading studies) was done to inform the form-finding process as well as the overall performance of the building.


SHELLS PROJECT

SHELLS SITEPLAN

SHELLS AIRPORT

SHELLS STRUCTURAL DETAILING

SHELLS ELEVATION

SHELLS SECTION RENDERS

SHELLS RENDERS

Links

Thomas Buseck [[1]] [uto] [[2]] Geometry Gym [[3]]


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Buseck Thomas | Budig Michael | HBM | New Airport Innsbruck | Halle | 10WS | Datei:Budig buseck endabgabe Page 81.jpg

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