印度 Chirath 可持续性住宅(Chirath Residence )- Wallmakers

编辑导读:建筑采用了废料和泥浆等可持续性材料进行建造,同时对传统房屋的屋顶结构进行了重塑,让建筑如同传统灯具一般,透着光芒,成为了“光的象征”。整个建筑传统与现代很好地融合在一起。(经典值评价:7.5)
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项目概况:
建筑设计:Wallmakers
地点:印度(Pala, India)
主持建筑师:Ar. Vinu Daniel
建筑面积:168.28 m2
完工时间:2018
照片版权:Anand Jaju, Jino and Midhu
 
项目简介:
当今世界,为大多数事物添加“可持续性”一词作为前缀已成为一种普遍趋势。但是似乎很少有人通过建筑来真正表达这一概念。
 
我们团队致力于以淤泥和废料为主要原料,建造兼具吸引力与实用性的建筑。此外,作为专门从事可持续建筑的公司,我们了解“现代”客户的诉求,建筑与其说是对未来的陈述,不如说是业主社会地位以及重要性的象征。
 
当我们第一次见到业主时,他向我们提到对于印度传统喀拉拉邦式住宅体系的不满。喀拉拉邦的传统房屋的屋顶结构通常倾斜而厚重。这样的屋顶虽然防雨,并能保持室内凉爽,但室内总是被黑暗的气氛所笼罩,到现在也依旧普遍存在。此外,自女性被禁足以来,许多现行的建筑体系在过去助长了性别不公的现象。因此在项目前期,业主希望本案能够成为一种新的“光的象征”,成为这个时代对于旧的制度与信仰的新的展望。
 
“Chirath”原指马来西亚当地一种传统灯具,是 Ramanujan Basha 先生为他位于喀拉拉邦的家所取的名字。业主希望我们去粗取精,提出了一个好的解决方案。
 
为了实现“Chirath”的概念,我们决定打破厚重的屋顶,让光线透过屋面进入,并利用废料与泥浆建造房屋。
 
那么在这里废料的范畴是什么?我们认为任何经过生产、使用然后丢弃的物质都可以是。面对在工作与施工过程当中产生了大量的废料,我们要用它来进行建造。

Team Members:Pushkar Sharma, Tushar Sharma, Pinak Bhapkar , Srivarshini J. M., Sriviji Nachimuthu, Neeraj Murali, Shyamala Baskaran, Sagar Kudtarkar

Masonry Contractors:P.S. Suresh – Shivranjini Constructions, Pondicherry
Fabrication Team:Kunjumon James -J.K steels
Carpenters:Sharath Prasad and team
Oxide:Antony T. A.

Text description provided by the architects. In today’s world, it is a prevalent trend to add the prefix of sustainability to most things. However, there seems to be very little that is done to represent the concept.

We, as a community, have devoted ourselves to the cause of using Mud and Waste as the chief components to make structures which are alluring and utilitarian. As a firm practicing sustainable architecture exclusively for a decade, we know about the aspirations of a “modern” client, where his house is a symbol of his status and prominence in society instead of being a statement for the future.
 
 
When we first met the client, he mentioned to us about his disapproval towards the traditional Kerala style home system. The traditional houses in Kerala are typically sloped roof structures with heavy overhangs. Although the roof prevented rain and the cooling was phenomenal, he was deterred by the atmosphere of darkness which stayed prevalent or was associated with the ambience inside the house. The second altercation was that many of the architectural systems that were in place promoted?? gender inequality in the olden days since women were restricted to the courtyard. Thus during the early days of the project, the client had made a point that the house should be a symbol of a new light, or a new outlook to our age old systems and beliefs.
 
 
“Chirath” which denotes a traditional lamp in Malayalam is the name given by Mr. Ramanujan Basha for his house at Pala, Kerala. The client, thus asked for a solution by throwing away the bad and utilising the good.
 
 
We decided to break the roof, split it open and let the light flow in, all while using waste and mud to build the house. This is the concept of Chirath.
 
 
What is waste? Waste can be classified as anything that was produced, used and then discarded from its original function. While the work and construction process results in the production of a lot of scrap, we believe in not being deterred by this demon and instead building with it\'





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