Patio 2.12 SELF-SUFFICIENT, MODULAR, MEDITERRANEAN

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Patio 2.12 SELF-SUFFICIENT, MODULAR, MEDITERRANEAN
Universidad de Jaén · Universidad de Granada · Universidad de Málaga · Universidad de Sevilla
Patio 2.12
SELF-SUFFICIENT, MODULAR, MEDITERRANEAN HOUSE
Deliverable # 2. 13 Apr 2011
PRESS RELEASE
TEAM MEMBERS
Faculty Advisor
Project Manager
Sponsorship Manager
Constain Captain
Comunication Coordinator
Javier Terrados Cepeda, Architect.
University professor of Proyectos Arquitectónicos.
E.T.S. de Arquitectura de Sevilla.
Rodrigo Morillo-Velarde Santos, Architect.
Collaborator.
Luz Baco Castro, Architect.
Collaborator.
Juan José Sendra Salas, Dr. Architect.
University professor of Construcciones Arquitectónicas.
E.T.S. de Arquitectura.
Investigators from Sevilla
Javier García López, Architect and Postgraduate Student.
University professor of Construcciones Arquitectónicas.
E.T.S. de Arquitectura.
Fernando Suárez Corchete, Architect.
University professor of Proyectos Arquitectónicos.
E.T.S. de Arquitectura.
Elisa Valero Ramos, Dr. Architect.
University professor of Proyectos Arquitectónicos.
E.T.S. de Arquitectura.
Investigators from Granada
Francisco Corral del Campo, Dr. Architect.
University professor of Proyectos Arquitectónicos.
E.T.S. de Arquitectura.
Rafael González Quesada, Dr. Architect.
University professor of Construcciones Arquitectónicas.
E.T.S. de Arquitectura.
Julián Domene García, Dr. Industrial Engineer
University professor of Construcciones Arquitectónicas.
E.T.S. de Arquitectura.
Alberto García Marín, Architect.
University professor of Proyectos Arquitectónicos.
E.T.S. de Arquitectura.
Investigators from Málaga
Juan Antonio Marín, Architect.
University professor of Proyectos Arquitectónicos.
E.T.S. de Arquitectura.
Rafael Assiego de Larriva, Architect.
University professor of Construcciones Arquitectónicas.
E.T.S. de Arquitectura.
Jorge Barrios Corpa, Civil Engineer.
University professor of Construcciones Arquitectónicas.
E.T.S. de Arquitectura.
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Jorge Aguilera Tejero, Dr. Telecommunications Engineer.
University professor of Ingeniería Electrónica de
Telecomunicación y Automática. E.P.S.
Investigators from Jaén
Decathletes
Gabino Almonacid Puche, Dr. Telecommunications
Engineer.
University professor of Ingeniería Electrónica de
Telecomunicación y Automática. E.P.S.
Juan de la Casa, Dr. Electrical Engineer.
University professor of Ingeniería Electrónica de
Telecomunicación y Automática. E.P.S.
Konstantino Tousidonis Rial, architecture student
José Luis Castillo Ramos, architecture student
Carlos Cerezo Dávila, architect and postgraduate student
José Carlos Chamorro, architecture student
Juan José Rodríguez García, architecture student
Aaron Rico Palao, architecture student
Juan Bermúdez Linares, technical architecture student
Beatriz García Domingo, engineering student
Ruth Prieto Aguilera, engineering student
Miguel Cabrera Einsman, engineering student
Miguel Torres Ramírez, engineering student
Carmen Díaz Sánchez, architecture student
Paula Márquez Cortés, architecture student
Alberto Montiel Lozano, architecture student
Alberto Aguilar Vázquez, architecture student
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION
PATIO 2.12, the proposal of Andalucia Team for Solar Decathlon Europe 2012, is a
prototype of self-sustaining prefabricated modular house which develops a new
interpretation of materials and spaces on traditional andalusian construction,
specially focused on the “patio”.
PATIO 2.12 is built by addition of completely finished prefabricated modules,
transported by road for their assemblage on the chosen site, which use the “patio”
space as a connection element between them.
These finished prefabricated modules do not constitute the whole house, a
constructive element or a room; it is just a complex module or group of functions,
where uses are mixed and shared (cooking-eating, relax-study, resting-washing). The
intermediate scale of prefabrication system used on the prototype produces an
attractive, flexible and adaptable house.
Housing self-design becomes possible. User could choose between a list of spaces
already prepared with all the necessary equipment and technologies, and organize
them at his will around the flexible element: the “patio”.
As it happens in the traditional andalusian house, the “patio” is also the centre and
heart of the home, housing several functions and developing an inside/outside
relationship which makes a gradient on the comfort conditions possible. Recreating
the pleasing conditions of a Mediterranean space by modulating light and shade,
humidity, temperature and even smell and sound.
Recent project development:
During the last one and a half month, Andalucia Team has developed a process of
consolidation of its group structure. As a first step, the four technical schools involved
in the project signed a Collaboration Agreement officially appointing Javier Terrados
Cepeda general team director. Once the institutional structure was established,
directors have selected the researchers and decathletes working in the project, also
choosing a manager for each school as the person responsible for the advances of
his or her group and as a representative in the periodical work meetings.
Three work meetings of Andalucia Team have already taken place between the
managers, where they have defined the assignments of each group and expressed
the goals achieved and the doubts arisen. The design process fruit of these meetings
has got the following conclusions:
1. The prototype size has been adapted to a beam-lorry transport system small
enough not to need technical special studies of the route or police escort for the
trip. This has produced the following changes on the form of PATIO 2.12:
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Height and plan proportions of the housing models have changed.
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Housing modules do not share a common roof plane any more. Now they
have the same inclination but different roof planes.
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The pergola roof over the patio area is now horizontal reaching a higher level
of flexibility by admitting any height or distribution of the housing modules.
2. The prototype envelope will have just one finishing material. Same ceramics will
be used both on blind areas and windows, modifying their transparency and
turning them into a lattice.
3. Water elements will be developed on the exterior area as a cooling strategy for
the resting area, as a usual resort of the traditional Andalusian garden for the
surroundings of the house.
4. A preliminary design for the photovoltaic system has been approved, based on
the flexibility which characterizes PATIO 2.12. The development of this proposal
has focused the work to a conciliation of size, height and distances between the
modules to fit the panels. We should point out the growth of the technical box
which has finally assumed the role of “the place for machines” as a space shared
between users and equipment also related to the “clothing cycle“ including
storage, washing, drying and ironing.
The progress made on the dissemination activities:
1. An expert decathlete specialized on communication has been selected for the
design of internet broadcasting strategies, who has initiated the following
activities:
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Andalucia Team website has been updated according to proposal advances
and new team structure. www.andaluciateam.org
A Facebook profile has been created for team news, meetings scheadule,
broadcasting
events
and
SDE
releases
to
be
published.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Andalucia-Team/186734318028644
A twitter account has been also created for similar reasons where all
members and followers can freely twit their impressions about the project.
2. The team has published information brochures delivered as a presentation for
Andalucia Team and PATIO 2.12 for diffusion and sponsor search. The brochure
has a double format design: A diptych for digital platforms, and a triptych for
paper publishing.
3. The team has also produced information panels and automatic computer
presentations as diffusion material for stands present on thematic fairs related to
SDE.
4. The organization has produced two 2 metres high banderoles with an integrated
light structure, to be assembled and disassembled on site on every diffusion event
taking place.
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5. PATIO 2.12 has been presented by the general team director in two events of
great media repercussion in Andalucia:
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SILCS (Strategies for Innovative Low Carbon Settlements) workshop, taking place
in Seville on March 23th and 24th 2011.
Ecohabitat: Showroom for sustainable architecture, planning and air
conditioning, taking place in Jaen on April 7th and 9th 2011, where Andalucia
Team had a stand of its own.
COLLABORATING INSTITUTIONS AND SPONSORING COMPANIES
The Project of PATIO 2.12 counts with the participation of Universities from Sevilla,
Jaen, Granada and Malaga. Managers from Andalucia Team are developing a
campaign oriented in order to obtain funding for the project according to three main
goals:
1. Public institutions:
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The team had a meeting with the vice-director of the Regional Department of
Public Works of the Government of Andalucia who ratified the collaboration
for the project.
The team had also a meeting with the director of the Local Housing Company
of Seville.
2. Centers for technology in Andalucia:
The team has organized a symposium for the presentation of the project to all the
Centers for Technology of Andalucia on April 26th at the Architecture School of
Seville. The 12 existing centers have expressed their interest to collaborate with the
team.
3. Private companies
Several companies interested on participating in the Project as sponsors had
meetings with the managers offering funding possibilities or equipment and
components with no cost for the construction of PATIO 2.12. Most of the contacting
companies come from the industry field of construction materials such as ceramic
panels, framing, electric products or lighting.
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PROJECT IMAGES
1. Renders
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2. Floor plan and section
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3. Work meetings
Sevilla, March 9th 2011.
Antequera (Málaga). April 6th 2011.
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4. Andalucia Team Events
Sevilla. April 9th 2011. Signing cermony of the Collaboration Agreement.
Sevilla. March 24 th 2011. Presentation of PATIO 2.12.
SILCS workshop (Strategies for Innovative Low Carbon Sttlements).
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5. Group photos
Sevilla, April 12th 2011.
Granada, April 11th 2011.
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Málaga, April 12th 2011.
Jaén, March 25th 2011.
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