sábado, 26 de enero de 2013

Juan Antonio Alvarado Cano

First detali:

In this first detail is intended to preserve the previous idea of respecting nature. The trees cross the  house and thus acquire greater prominence. 

It is intended to produce a similar effect. with the opening of these elements was purchased;  In addition to a greater input of light, an approach more intimate to the outside from the inside of the House. It allows the fluidity and interaction with the outside in a different way.

This is has decided to maintain the performance of the closings and adapt them to the new element that we are introducing. the cover will adapt and will no longer be a water to tip towards the new item almost in its entirety. The metal surface responsible this is inserted inside the House. This element is generated from half ellipse revolutionized from its semi-major with double glazing which obstruct the thermal transmittance; the lower element is equal to the superior but adapting to the inside of the cylinder

Second detail:

Conditioning acoustically a particular enclosure (closed or open air) aims to achieve the sound coming from a source or sources is radiated equally in all directions making an ideal diffuse sound field. This uniformity is not always achieved and architectural acoustics, tries to approach the most to this ideal through certain techniques that exploit the qualities of absorption, reflection and diffusion of construction materials, ceilings, walls and floors and objects or other elements present in the compound. the main tool we have is to know specific reverberation time. This must be less than 2 seconds. the reverberation time, to make it useful, has calculated depending on a particular frequency, since it depends on the absorption coefficient of materials used and this coefficient depends in turn of the frequency. within the enclosures, it is essential to achieve an appropriate balance between the direct sound and the reverberant sound field. Therefore, a suitable acoustic conditioning means that the reflected waves are the least possible, so the absorption capacity of absorbent materials that will minimize unwanted reverberation or echoes that can hinder the unintelligibility of sound communication plays a role. the adequacy of the enclosure created in such a way that the acoustic conditioning favors does not pass and interfere the sounds generated by the instrument, with the ambient sounds or communication within the living space is important to our project. In addition, we want that this new element can melt not only with the environment natural but also sonically, and may thus vary. to decrease the time of reverberation of a precinct must increase the absorption of the same area, either by the introduction of furniture or the treatment of the surfaces of the room, and here is where we will be more than in our project. The reverberation time influences the acoustic properties of the room, since high values are that they are not subject to understand conversations.

Musical instruments are constructed in different ways for variety of sounds. The facts of wood and cueras, such as violins and guitars, produce a soft, calm sound. Metal, like the trumpet instruments, typically produce sounds shrill, giving melody to the song. Both musicians and architects, the materials used to evoke different emotional responses.

In this same way we structure our system formed from scales that can move and form different angles and compositions depending on the needs. Scales are distributed in such a way that the majority of positions from three types of scales (metal, wood, foam) can be developed. Moved by internal hubs, flakes may adopt angles from 0 ° to 90 °. This system can be manipulated manually as if a musical composition were; in addition, the degree of reverb sound and the way in which sounds are propagated depends on this composition.

Los instrumentos musicales están construidos de diferentes formas para poder obtener variedad de sonidos. Los hechos de madera y cueras, como los violines y las guitarras, producen un sonido suave y calmado. Los instrumentos de metal, como la trompeta, normalmente producen sonidos estridentes, dándole melodía a la canción. Ambos, músicos y arquitectos, usan los materiales para evocar diferentes respuestas emocionales.

De este mismo modo estructuraremos nuestro sistema conformado a partir de escamas que pueden moverse y formar diferentes angulos y composicones dependiendo de las necesidades. Se distribuiran de forma que puedan elaborarse la mayoria de  posiciones a partir de tres tipos de escamas (metálica, de madera, de espuma). Movidas por ejes internos, las escamas podran adoptar angulos desde 0º relativo a 90º. Este sistema podrá ser manipulado manualmente como si de una composición musical se tratase, además, el grado de reverberancia y la forma en que los sonidos se propaguen dependera de esta composición.

2 comentarios:

  1. Sinceramente, tanto texto, pierdes al que lo está leyendo, es arquitectura, los dibujos deben mostrar claramente lo que quieres decir, si hace falta meter breves señas de texto, se hace, pero, es excesivo tanto. (Piensa que no mas de 10 cm de ancho, sino se te va la vista y cansas antes de empezar al que lo va a leer).

    Por el detalle, me parece que puede estár muy interesante la creación de espacios donde no sepas de donde proceda el sonido, pero lo tengas ahí presente.

    Un saludo.

  2. Es cierto que el texto no se puede llegar a entender con facilidad. Deberías reestructurarlo y darle u par de vueltas más.

    En cuanto al proyecto faltaría conocer de donde provienen los sonidos que quieres transformar, ¿los producen las personas? ¿la casa? si necesitas conocer las frecuencias podrías centrarte solo en el sonido que produce e movimiento de los árboles o el sonido de la lluvia sobre el tejado.
    Cuando la gente este en silencio la naturaleza podría comunicarse con ellos a través de la casa.

    Un saludo.