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  • Centre Pompidou Mobile MuseumProgram Document

    Tran, BaoProfessor: Self, Ronnie

    ARCH 5501 Architectural Design StudioSpring 2012

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    CONTENTS

    PROJECT DESCRIPTION design concept project issues design strategies design resolution historical traditions and global awareness

    PRECEDENT RESEARCH clyfford still museum nomadic museum cubierta pista deportiva en artica

    SITE ANALYSIS diagrams

    PROGRAM ANALYSIS program list area comparisons site capacity volumen analysis sectional relationships organizations special conditions

    SPACE REQUIREMENTS

    BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS occupancy classifications exiting widths plumbing requirements

    CITY OF HOUSTON ORDINANCE parking landscapePROJECT SPECIFICATIONS

    ENERGY CONSERVATION STRATEGIES

    SUMMARY CONCLUSION architectural issues presentation drawings

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    Project Description

    Precedent Research

    Site Analysis

    Program Analysis

    Space Requirements

    Building Code Requirements

    City of Houston Ordinance

    Project Specifications

    Energy Conservation Strategies

    Summary and Conclusion

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    design concept:

    taking the mobility of the project into consideration, the concept for the mobile museum is very simple. quick assembly and deconstruction dictate the design of the museum. circulation divides the building into three segments: the cafe, gallery/exhibition, service space. pods are inserted into the larger space to service programs such as the restroom and offices. the ribbed-like frame allows for the museum to be open throughout the building allowing maximal views for the visitors.

    design issues:

    1. temporary site conditions: landscape, parking2. relationship between metro and museum3. public entry and circulation through museum4. cafe/exterior seating relationship5. relationship between pods and interior ceiling6. exterior/interior facade material selection7. natural lighting for gallery spaces8. multiple entry points for different services9. artificial lighting for exterior facade10. ballard designs within landscape11. iconic expression of building from exterior12. mechanical design for three service spaces13. mechanical design for selective vitrines14. sequence of building assembly15. sequence of floor systems16. drainage design for flooding17. relationship of building to the site18. modular design versus site adaptability19. indoor/outdoor spatial design20. slope form dependent on site location

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    design strategies: public spacecafeinterior seatingexterior seatingrestroommechanical room

    exhibition spacelobby reception deskgalleriesexhibitionsmechanical room

    service spaceofficesworkshopdressing roomrestroomsmechanical room

    structural bays three phases circulation floating pods

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    design resolution: 1. position the building to the far left, allowing for maximum open lawnn for outdoor exhibitions. having the minimal required parking to the far left allows on coming traffic from main street as well as the metro to see the museum in its entirety.

    2. entry and exits run only east to west, to keep within the form of the modules as well as maintaining the idea of open gallery space with as little partitions interferring the space.

    3. programs run north to south, whereas circulation runs east to west, keeping the design as minimal and simple as possible.

    4. exterior and interior cladding was resolved by sandwiching two sheets of polycarbonate with insulation in between. this design allows for natural light to be diffused through three levels minimizing the amount of sunlight that enters the gallery space, allowing artificial light to control the visiblity of the art displayed.

    5. floor is raised to allow for the mechanical ducts run underneath supplying air for all three areas as well as individually for the vitriines located in the gallery space. each of the three spaces have their own mechanical room allowing for individual control.

    6. structurally, the museum is built in multiple sequences, that allow for quick assembly as well as fast deconstruction, allowing the multiple parts to transported efficiently through trailer trucks from site to site all around the country.

    historical tradition and global awareness:

    The Pompidou Centre is a cultural institution in Paris that focuses on modern and comtemporary art, varying from theatre to music to cinema or literature. Designed by Renzo Piano, the Pompidou Centre opened in 197, hand as since had a fundamental mission of cultural decentralization with an active organization of exhibitions and contacts outside of the main institution in Paris. The Centre Pompidou-Metz was created as an extension of the Centre Pompidou, becoming the first large national cultural institution to be decentralized.

    The Centre Pompidou Mobile is to give new force to the Centres origninal purpose. The driving force behind designing the Centre Pompidou Mobile was to make the Museum more accessible to new audiences. The free exhibit is was devised to integrate the everyday people with the masterpieces of one of the two largest collections in the world. The programs were divided according to the level of privacy. The main exhibition and gallery spaces separate the cafe from the service and office space for the workers. The public is to make their way through the exhibition and have the option of leaving or continue their experience on the lawn where other expositions take place, such as live theatrical performances, or silent films. The building is constructed and deconstructed onsite every 3 or 4 months, before it moves to another location. Its use of polycarbonate sheets as the exterior facade allows for natural sunlight to be diffused as it enters the building for a softer feel, as well as create a majestic glow from afar through interior track lighting. The foreign ambience of the building will provide a unique cultural experience for the community.

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