IAD + Bomainpasa (Madrid) + PGI GRUP (Madrid) 设计，位于加拿大，关于曼尼托巴大学校园的方案设计。通过总体规划，提供舒适的环境，展示价值和新的愿景。
CAMPUS INTEGRATION, CONNECTIONS BETWEEN PRECINTS
Our proposal’s starting point is the principle of global intervention through an active fabric generated upon the two main areas of the campus. This “Open system”, as you have coined it, allows a more chirurgical intervention on the important spaces of both the existing and future campus. The interstitial spaces of the existing campus core as well as the articulation spaces of the Southwood Precinct are treated in a personalized way that offers solutions that are adapted to each particular situation. We wished to reinforce this viral activity within the campus by zooming in on each thematic area defined in our first proposal and by offering an urban, programmatic and architectural solution for each of the areas illustrated on boards 3 and 4 of set B.
UNIVERSITY PRESENCE ALONG PEMBINA HIGHWAY
Remaining faithful to our philosophy of active intervention, we have conceived the marked presence of
the university along the principal limiting axes only when this presence is linked to one or more uses that
provide a purpose to the intervention. Thus, we have used the architectural typology created for the Campus
regeneration and have moved towards the creation of a whole set of uses and subtypes as veritable
small-scale architectural projects, which form an active and multimodal border, apt for the marking of
the university’s presence on the main axes and connections with the city of Winnipeg through the new
entrances illustrated below.
HIGHRISE BUILDINGS MODIFICATION
Having received the encouragement to persevere in the further development of the other buildings typologies,
particularly the BERM building, we have conceived this high-density residential building not so
much as a volume but as the extension of a movement or path. Therefore, in the circuit traced by the
“large cluster” we have introduced a break in a new direction, in this case rising to the sky and creating
a sloped roof that protects the terraces, that are resultant of the superimposition of the housing modules
forming a linear albeit diagonal progression as a reminder of the elevations of the villages that are placed
along this same path.
SYSTEM OF ROADS BETWEEN THE CLUSTERS
Despite our concerns regarding the local transport customs of the inhabitants of Winnipeg and the generalized car culture of North America, we have decided to drastically minimize the roads along the Southwood precinct in order to ensure the continuity of the landscape for the whole site. These roads, reduced to their simplest expression, are the residual spaces between two landscaped areas rather than a superimposed system of defined spaces that leave residual pockets of landscaping. It is worthy of note that this choice does not affect in any way the public, bicycle and pedestrian transport networks of the Southwood site, that now achieve a much greater density than that indicated in the TOD as illustrated on board 5 of set A.
GENERAL ASPECTS OF THE BUILDINGS STRUCTURE
The University of Manitoba Campus is a complex characterized by its integration into the site and its low environmental impact. All structural designs developed for the campus try to follow the same strategy. The environmental policy is the key of all projects.
All buildings have followed the same guidelines:
> Simplicity of the construction methods. The structure of all buildings consists on steel beams and columns manufactured in workshop and assembled on site and slabs composed of timber panels. The use of concrete on site is difficult due to the climatology of the area so all buildings have incorporated precast elements in their designs.
> Every structure is transported from workshops and assembled in a very short time, reducing energy and CO2 emissions.
> Low environmental impact of structures. The strategy is the use of materials which respect the environment such as timber slabs or precast elements.
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