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Salon Architects:该办公建筑作为校园和工厂之间的过渡空间,构成了伊斯坦布尔伊尔兹技术大学伊尔兹技术园区的一部分。这个位于纺织学院和教学楼建筑之间,内含教育空间、灵活的合作办公空间和会议空间的综合性项目,作为校园的一部分,旨在激发创新和新技术的发展。

Salon Architects:Ecotone occupies a transitional space between education and industry, forming part of the Yıldız Teknopark campus of Yıldız Technical University in Istanbul. Located between two buildings, the textile academy and a teaching block, its programme encompasses education, flexible co-working space, and meeting areas. The hybrid space is part of a campus designed with the intention to spark innovation and the development of new technologies.


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Evolving during the global coronavirus pandemic, Ecotone proposes a new exemplar for pandemic resistant and sustainable office architecture, with the integration of outside areas, planting and protected yet fluid office zones. The project aims to develop a better office environment that prioritises hygiene and safe areas for individual and group working. Open air fingers in the plan layout provide areas that, weather-dependent, can be used as informal meeting zones, avoiding closed group spaces. As well as these outdoor rooms, planting brings green inside the building, and natural ventilation provides clear air flows throughout the interior spaces, without relying on mechanical systems. The building employs passive geothermal heating and cooling, while water both for drainage and cooling passes through the tubular columns from sky to earth.


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▼建筑通风系统 Ventilation Strategy

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The building aims to achieve, through a simple structure, a new fundamental relationship between roof and slab. Echoing Laugier’s Primitive Hut, the design composes a simple column arrangement with roof placed on top, whilst considering its location in a high wind and earthquake risk zone. As the site doesn’t allow for foundations, the structure must be self supporting; to achieve this the delicate columns expand at their ground and roof connections to support side loads.


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▼建筑结构设计 Structural Strategy

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The structure uses a steel mainframe and timber sub-frames, clad in laminated timber with steel connectors. The tubular columns employ an innovative fabrication technology similar to that used in petrol tank design, perhaps used for the first time in architecture. The slender columns, reminiscent of stalagmites or stalactites, seep into the roof, which appears to melt from sky to ground as its height varies across the campus.


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▼场地平面 Site Plan

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▼建筑首层平面 Ground Floor Plan

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▼建筑纵剖面图 Longitudinal Section

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建筑师:Alper Derinboğaz
建筑团队:Egemen Onur Kaya, Ekin Cem Tümbek, Pınar Kömürcü, Emmy Bacharach, Berkay Yücebaş, Tolga Halil Akşahin, Cansu Gösterişli, Han Seki
结构工程:Parlar Engineering
机械工程:Çilingiroğlu Engineering
电气工程:Sanayi Engineering
可持续发展顾问:Dr. Pınar Sipahi
结构性同行评审:Prof. Peter Bauer, Werkraum

Project name: Ecotone
Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Dates: 2020
Program: Office
Area: 1830 sqm

Architect: Alper Derinboğaz
Architecture Team: Egemen Onur Kaya, Ekin Cem Tümbek, Pınar Kömürcü, Emmy Bacharach, Berkay Yücebaş, Tolga Halil Akşahin, Cansu Gösterişli, Han Seki
Structural Engineering: Parlar Engineering
Mechanical Engineering: Çilingiroğlu Engineering
Electrical Engineering: Sanayi Engineering
Sustainability Consultant: Dr. Pınar Sipahi
Structural Peer Review: Prof. Peter Bauer, Werkraum


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