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Revision as of 11:08, 10 May 2012

Contents

Basics

Intro

The Ribbon-Ondina project is a ribbon that connects several spots at NDSM in an interactive way and let people explore the area. The project is about combining the strengths of two projects mainly based on the routing of people using the NDSM-area. The aim is the interweaving of the two projects and making them benefit from each other. This will result in a meltdown of the key elements of the projects in a physical and virtual way; a routing-system which let people discover NDSM as they never did! The ribbon consists of several elements: a boardwalk providing an attractive path along the wharf, the multifunctional pavilions for temporary use and the experience of visually connecting users of the NDSM with the rest of the city - using light as routing system. The central point of the ribbon, the Ondina Pavilion, serves both as waiting area for the ferry and main point of distribution of information along the ribbon. With its interface the pavilion connects people with other people, pavilions and things along the ribbon, while passing by or waiting on the ferry. Concluding, the Ribbon-Ondina project provides people an interactive system of connected pavilions within the ribbon, to explore the NDSM area.

Merge

Since the NDSM Development Research, both projects noticed the importance of directions of NDSM area users. In both the designs of the former Lightscape Project and the Ondina Pavilion these directions were crucial and the projects started to merge more and more. The Ribbon-Ondina project is about combining the strengths of two projects mainly based on the routing of people using the NDSM-area. More about the merging can be found in System and the Logbook


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Rules of merging to Ribbon-Ondina

Presentations

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Ribbon

Former ribbon

The main purpose of the ribbon is to attract new people and the locals to the NDSM site (lights luring them to see what is going on in there) and provide them with an enjoyable space for walking and relaxing. It would provide the connection between the "commercial" and "artistic" parts of the site, making it more pleasant to get from place to place in NDSM. The lightscape also provides several pavillions, that can accomodate some temporary functions needed on the site. The sheltered communal space would also give an opportunity to the local residents to explore the site and be able to relax close to home. More info about the former Ondina pavilion can be found here.

After Merge

After the merge the ribbon became a basis for generating geometry in the Ondina pavilion and it derived Ondina's logic for generating internal geometry of the small pavilions along. The two projects became merged architecturally. The projects share a common ground on the informative layer as well. Ribbon provides a light infrastructure along it that can be influenced from Ondina pavilion via the interface. The simplified interface is then derived from Ondina to be included on certain spots at the ribbon. The two projects provide coherent routing and visualizing system.

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As architectural connection between the Ribbon and Ondina pavilion, the negative of merged spheres served as inspiration. As the width of the ribbon is derived from that spheres, in the pavilion the radius of the spheres is based the amount of people. The spatial mapping and sequence of that spheres is based on an algorithmic system (see sceme under).

Construction & Materialization

Prototyping

1. Rhino Model

2. Arduino (more info here)

3. Clay connection to ribbon

Ondina Pavilion

Former pavilion

The initial function of the Ondina pavilion was provide a shelter for people to wait for the ferry. While waiting all different users can affect the pavilion. The pavilion constantly communicates with its users and acts to their demands. More info about the former Ondina pavilion can be found here.

After Merge

After the merge the Ondina pavilion became part of the ribbon. As central point on the ribbon it started to function as main pavilion to distribute information along the ribbon system, towards other spots and pavilions on the ribbon. As the connection within the Ribon-Ondina collaboration started with the virtual system, the projects became more and more connected in architectural ways as well.

Spatial System

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As architectural connection between the Ribbon and Ondina pavilion, the negative of merged spheres served as inspiration. As the width of the ribbon is derived from that spheres, in the pavilion the radius of the spheres is based the amount of people. The spatial mapping and sequence of that spheres is based on an algorithmic system (see sceme under). The spheres fit into the organic flow of the design. It provides the pavilion not only the spatial distrubution, but the integration of furniture in the pavilion interior as well.


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Construction & Materialization

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Prototyping

1. Plaster model (more info here)

2. Horizontally sliced lasercut model (photo below)

3. Interface (see here)

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Connections

Ribbon | Ondina Pavilion

-Interactively connected both visual as virtual within three layers (more info here)

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Rules of merging to Ribbon-Ondina

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Model of connection Ribbon-Ondina Pavilion

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Section of merging point Ribbon with Ondina pavilion

Ondina Pavilion | Quake/X (Harish)

-Temporary connection 3rd wing of Ondina Pavilion

-Construction can bend in other directions

-Allows people to go directly from pavilion to Quake/X

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Ribbon | Versatile Panels (Amid)

-As snappoint on ribbon

-Connection of lighting system of ribbon to the Versatile panels project.

Ribbon | Hybrid Area (Vahid)

-Ribbon continues along project and creates two snap points to the coast on both sides of the Hybrid Collective Area

-Lighting system of ribbon responds to sound in proximity of Vahid's project

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Ribbon | Floating Studio's (Sam)

-Ribbon continues along project and creates two snap points to the coast on both sides of the Hybrid Collective Area

-Lighting system of ribbon responds to sound in proximity of Vahid's project

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Ribbon | 1Design (Lotte&Pim)

-Ribbon continues over pavilion

-With special interface on the roof lights along ribbon in proximity of 1Design can be controlled

-Ribbon continues in pavilion within the rules of 1Design

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Evaluation & Conclusions

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