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200733509
Report On Art & Craft Exhibition Complex
Toyo Eto Ieoh ming pei
200733509
Contents
location
Project outline
project analysis
1. Plan
2. Elevation
3. Section
4. Program
Findings
1. Circul...
200733509
Location
• The biggest challenge was
in finding a way to fit the
entire program into an
unusually shaped site that
stretches from n...
Project Outline
The larger hall, which seats 1800
opera performances for the annual
summer Saito Kinen Festival, as
well a...
plan Ground floor plan
1. Lobby connects the foyers of both the main hall and the small hall
2. is an area of spacious dimensions that makes it p...
•On the building's fifth floor, directly above the rear stage of the Main Hall and the
lobby, are found the Centre's large...
200733509
elevation
1. Façade appeared to be so simple
2. Gray round wall
3. Surroundings were not uniformly attractive an...
200733509
section
perspective
1st floor Stair end to restaurant perspective
1st floor Small hall to rear stage perspective
1st floor rear st...
perspective
Grand stair to rear stage back glass
Small hall foyer to restaurant, kitchen , outside
Main hall pavilion to r...
perspective
Small hall pavilion to stage
Small hall foyer to restaurant, kitchen , outside
Main hall pavilion to rear stag...
200733509
material
200733509
material
Glass embedded in the GRC
(glassfibre reinforced concrete) panels
200733509
CIRCULATION
200733509
CIRCULATION
entrance
1. Recessed entrance provide shelter and
receives a portion of exterior space into
the real...
function area
Gross floor area 9142.5 m2
Usable floor area 19184 m2
Large hall
small
Rehearsal room
studios
administration...
1. A large space envelop and contain a smaller
space within its volume.
2. The larger enveloping space serves as three
dim...
FINDINGS
Scale & Proportion
1. Double height space & Double
height form at entrance .
FINDINGS
Space to human mass relationship
1. Lack of big opening give the mass a solid look.
2. Solidness is reduced by th...
1. STRETCHOUT AND PRESENT A
BROADFACE TO ITS SITE
2. Unusual organic shape.
3. Curved surface
4. Rational approach
5. A re...
200733509
A WORK OF ART FOR
WORKS OF ART
EVERSON
MUSEUM OF ART
IEOH
MING PEI
200733509
Project outline
project analysis
1. Plan
2. Elevation
3. Section
4. Program
Findings
1. Ciculation pattern
2. Sc...
200733509
Location
1
200733509
Concept
•Traditionally museums
•containers that subtly told their use and clearly told how to use them.
•had ord...
1. considered a work of art in
itself.
2. perceived as a piece of
sculpture placed on a
podium that one walks
around.
3. d...
200733509
Plan
200733509
Plan
1. SURROUNDS A ATRIUM SPACE WITHIN ITS VOLUME
2. LOBBY IS DEFINED BY GROUPING OF SPACE AROUND.
•elevation
North elevationplan
south elevationwest elevation
•elevation
200733509
Section
perspective
North porch to pantry
north east corner to sculpture plaza
Section : Gallery B to entry
perspective
South west corner to entrance plaza
stair
perspective
South west corner to entrance plaza
South to entrance door
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function Area(app)
Total site area
central sculpture court 50sft
auditorium 4015 sft
Entrance plaza 4000sft
libr...
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1. All paths are linear and straight
2. The configuration of the path is flexible
3. Move in time through a sequ...
200733509
Findings
Scale& proportion
Consist of spaces with fixed shapes and
harmonic interrelationships
Space to human or...
200733509
Circulation pattern
200733509
FINDINGS
Spatial quality
1. Elevated base plan: A horizontal plane
elevated above the ground established
vertica...
200733509
FINDINGS
Spatial quality
1. Without any interlocking Adjacent spaces
Make the whole project
2. stand free within...
200733509
1. Stand as a distinct from in its space and
dominate its site
2. Stand as a positive form in negative space
3. ...
200733509
FINDINGS
Spatial quality
1. Visual and spatial continuity is interrupted
between the form of building and outdoo...
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Case Study : Art and craft exhibition complex omplex

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Matsumoto performing Art center : Toyo Eto
Everson museum of art : Ieoh Ming Pei

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Case Study : Art and craft exhibition complex omplex

  1. 1. 200733509 Report On Art & Craft Exhibition Complex Toyo Eto Ieoh ming pei
  2. 2. 200733509 Contents location Project outline project analysis 1. Plan 2. Elevation 3. Section 4. Program Findings 1. Circulation pattern 2. Scale & proportion 3. Space to human mass relation 4. Spatial quality 5. Form vocabulary Matsumoto Performing Arts Centre
  3. 3. 200733509 Location
  4. 4. • The biggest challenge was in finding a way to fit the entire program into an unusually shaped site that stretches from north to south like a wine bottle. • Although intuitively this would have placed the stage at the back edge of the site, such a configuration would turn the back of the building toward the residential area to the south. • comprised of one small and one large performance hall Project outline
  5. 5. Project Outline The larger hall, which seats 1800 opera performances for the annual summer Saito Kinen Festival, as well as a variety of theatrical performances and other events. Smaller hall which seats 240 Smaller local events and citizens’ meetings are housed in the more intimate space of the
  6. 6. plan Ground floor plan
  7. 7. 1. Lobby connects the foyers of both the main hall and the small hall 2. is an area of spacious dimensions that makes it possible to forget the very narrow shape of the land on which the Centre was constructed. plan 1. Small hall 2. Foyer 3. Theatre park 4. Rear stage 5. Side stage 6. Stage 7. Main 3rd floor
  8. 8. •On the building's fifth floor, directly above the rear stage of the Main Hall and the lobby, are found the Centre's large and medium-size rehearsal rooms. plan 5th floor plan
  9. 9. 200733509 elevation 1. Façade appeared to be so simple 2. Gray round wall 3. Surroundings were not uniformly attractive and that the interior spatial sequence leading up to the theatre deserved a more remarkable and inspiring façade. 4. Façade are perforated GRC panel inlaid with glass
  10. 10. 200733509 section
  11. 11. perspective 1st floor Stair end to restaurant perspective 1st floor Small hall to rear stage perspective 1st floor rear stage to main hall perspective
  12. 12. perspective Grand stair to rear stage back glass Small hall foyer to restaurant, kitchen , outside Main hall pavilion to rear stage back glass
  13. 13. perspective Small hall pavilion to stage Small hall foyer to restaurant, kitchen , outside Main hall pavilion to rear stage back glass
  14. 14. 200733509 material
  15. 15. 200733509 material Glass embedded in the GRC (glassfibre reinforced concrete) panels
  16. 16. 200733509 CIRCULATION
  17. 17. 200733509 CIRCULATION entrance 1. Recessed entrance provide shelter and receives a portion of exterior space into the realm of building 2. small canal ran along the circumference of the building. •Glass work on the front entrance area •Recessed entrance•Recessed entrance small canal
  18. 18. function area Gross floor area 9142.5 m2 Usable floor area 19184 m2 Large hall small Rehearsal room studios administration Service
  19. 19. 1. A large space envelop and contain a smaller space within its volume. 2. The larger enveloping space serves as three dimensional field for the smaller space contained it 3. The contained space differ in form from the enveloping space in order to strengthen its image as a free standing volume 4. This contrast indicate a functional differences between two spaces 5. Linear organization of spaces Spatial quality Linear organization of spaces
  20. 20. FINDINGS Scale & Proportion 1. Double height space & Double height form at entrance .
  21. 21. FINDINGS Space to human mass relationship 1. Lack of big opening give the mass a solid look. 2. Solidness is reduced by the greater curvature 3. impressive thinness of columns give highly floating look to the projected mass thinness of columnsgreater curvature
  22. 22. 1. STRETCHOUT AND PRESENT A BROADFACE TO ITS SITE 2. Unusual organic shape. 3. Curved surface 4. Rational approach 5. A relaxation in clumsiness FINDINGS Form vocabulary
  23. 23. 200733509 A WORK OF ART FOR WORKS OF ART EVERSON MUSEUM OF ART IEOH MING PEI
  24. 24. 200733509 Project outline project analysis 1. Plan 2. Elevation 3. Section 4. Program Findings 1. Ciculation pattern 2. Scale & proportion 3. Space to human mass relation 4. Spatial quality 5. Form vocubulary CONTENTS Everson Museum of Art
  25. 25. 200733509 Location 1
  26. 26. 200733509 Concept •Traditionally museums •containers that subtly told their use and clearly told how to use them. •had order, balance in composition, oftentimes symmetry and discernible entrances. •I M PEI rejected the traditional notion •experience sculpture in three dimensions by moving around it. •to discover how to enter the building and be delighted by the spaces we find. •does not readily tell us how to use it, how to enter it or what to expect. •in a very different way, tell us that it is about art. •ells us we should look at buildings and art from a different perspective •asks us to explore and question what we think art, or sculpture, or spaces, or buildings should be. •begins as a search for the front door becomes •a journey to experience art and architecture from a new point of view.
  27. 27. 1. considered a work of art in itself. 2. perceived as a piece of sculpture placed on a podium that one walks around. 3. difficult to find the entrance – almost forcing visitors to walk around it to experience the structure. 200733509 OUTLINE
  28. 28. 200733509 Plan
  29. 29. 200733509 Plan 1. SURROUNDS A ATRIUM SPACE WITHIN ITS VOLUME 2. LOBBY IS DEFINED BY GROUPING OF SPACE AROUND.
  30. 30. •elevation North elevationplan south elevationwest elevation
  31. 31. •elevation
  32. 32. 200733509 Section
  33. 33. perspective North porch to pantry north east corner to sculpture plaza Section : Gallery B to entry
  34. 34. perspective South west corner to entrance plaza stair
  35. 35. perspective South west corner to entrance plaza South to entrance door
  36. 36. 200733509 function Area(app) Total site area central sculpture court 50sft auditorium 4015 sft Entrance plaza 4000sft library 900 sft gallerry 625sft adminstration 1300sft Area distribution
  37. 37. 200733509 1. All paths are linear and straight 2. The configuration of the path is flexible 3. Move in time through a sequence of space Findings Circulation pattern
  38. 38. 200733509 Findings Scale& proportion Consist of spaces with fixed shapes and harmonic interrelationships Space to human or mass relation Comfortable enclosing scale
  39. 39. 200733509 Circulation pattern
  40. 40. 200733509 FINDINGS Spatial quality 1. Elevated base plan: A horizontal plane elevated above the ground established vertical surface along its edges that reinforce the visual separation between its field and surrounding ground. 2. Depressed base plan : A horizontal plane depressed into the ground plane utilizes the vertical surfaces of lowered to define a volume of space 3. Over head plan : a horizontal plane located overhead define a volume of space between itself and the ground plane Overhead plan Depressed base plan elevated base plan
  41. 41. 200733509 FINDINGS Spatial quality 1. Without any interlocking Adjacent spaces Make the whole project 2. stand free within its site but extend its interior spaces to merge with private exterior spaces 3. the slots of space defined by rectangular galleries 1are modulated by altering the spacing and configuration 4. external voids are used as circulation paths 5. spaces are adjacent to each other
  42. 42. 200733509 1. Stand as a distinct from in its space and dominate its site 2. Stand as a positive form in negative space 3. Different mass is grouped as a clustered form 4. The unadorned corners of the form emphasize the volume of their mass 5. Parts of the museum are related with one another in a consistent manner 6. Rectangular cluster form 4.Undaorned corner of form Cluster organizationCluster organization FINDINGS Spatial quality
  43. 43. 200733509 FINDINGS Spatial quality 1. Visual and spatial continuity is interrupted between the form of building and outdoor spaces. 2. An elevated plane define a transitional space between the interior of a building and outdoor environment interrupted spatial continuity elevated transitional space

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