atmosphere

Statement of intent
Intent is to create multi-functional element for roof structure. 5 main functional categories were introduced for the sake of mainly decreasing CO2 emission in New York city, and further for encouraging architectural engagement of environment. Responding to users’ different need and design preference, elements can transform its physical properties while maintaining 5 main functional properties; Green Roof, Air-ventilation, water collection, Bringing natural daylight, atmospheric effect. Performances and numeric value of each categories also can be various through responding to different needs of programs in space. -BumHee Lee

Green + Air ventilation + Water collect + Natural Daylight Atmosphere

precedent study

Green + Air ventilation + Water collect + Natural Daylight Atmosphere

Green + Air ventilation + Water collect + Natural Daylight
atmosphere

Atmosphere

Green + Air ventilation +
sun refle ctio n

Water collect + Natural Daylight +
atmosphere

Green roof

steel structure grid
Led light

Atmosphere
Led light (measuring stored water) slope for collecting water suspension structure

29.21

thermal insulation

4.28 4.28 2

max depth of glass tube

4.28 23.43
air

steel column structure

10

Scoring Strategy
score card

retension of water rain level 1 detention of water daylight / ventilation x 2 green roof mass of water structural function atmosphere rain level 10

1

ma

x

2 3 4 5 6 7

List
Amount of Water collected
retension of water detention of water

scoring object/ parameter
1 Volumn of water tube Rainlevel of tube (radius)

scoring
10 * (sum of rainlevel of each tube) / (10 * number of tubes)

consquences
percentage of water saving percentage of temporary saving percentage of energy saving for Light

2

10 * sum of volumn of tube/ (volume of space /100)

Amount of Daylight

critetira

Rainlevel of tube (radius)

3

10 * (sum of rainlevel of each tube) / (10 * number of tubes) Percentage of energy saving for ventilation

Air ventilation Green Roof mass of water structural function Atmosphere
4 Surface area of green 5 6 10 * (Surface area of Green / Surface area of whole roof )

Percentage of energy saving by heating and cooling percentage of and public garden space in NYC
yes

Volumn of water tube column structure ceiling light bulb Volumn of water tube

Volumn of water tube * (62.42796 lb/ft^3) > X
no

Suportive structure needed/ either column or others Supportive Structure not needed decrease process of installation of extra installation variable prototype possible (infra structure) help us to design and modify module size and scale through different program

10

7

appropriateness to program

parameter input_rain level : effect length of radius of tube

inputs

input1

module size length

input2

input4

9ft

input3

2

5

9

z

input1

y

4x

input2

input4

parameter input_tube depth

10 x

15ft

max height for one point to have different z value compared to other 3 which have even z value

input3 x

6ft

3ft

grid format
instantiating step
1 decide where the elements will be installed 2 draw the boundary 3 create grid system

surface created by individual preference

projected points on surface

Curve Grid

L1

K1

J1

I1

H1

G1

F1

E1

D1

C1

B1

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7

tube is used as lightbulb
garden surface Roof Structure/Truss

USE1

view
retension of water detention of water daylight / ventilation x 2 green roof mass of water structural function atmosphere 1

score card

ma

x

2 3 4 5 6 7

Side Length Module (ft) = 9 ft

A8

L1

K1

J1

I1

H1

G1

F1

E1

D1

C1

B1

A1 A2 A3 A4
retension of water 1

USE2

score card

A5 A6 A7 A8

detention of water daylight / ventilation x 2 green roof mass of water structural function atmosphere

ma

x

2 3 4 5 6 7

L1

K1

J1

I1

H1

G1

F1

E1

D1

C1

B1

A1 A2 A3 A4
retension of water 1

USE2

score card

A5 A6 A7 A8

detention of water daylight / ventilation x 2 green roof mass of water structural function atmosphere

ma

x

2 3 4 5 6 7

Flat Grid

L1 USE3K1

J1

I1

H1

G1

F1

E1

D1

C1

B1

A1 A2

tube is used as column

USE3

location of column A3 A4
retension of water 1

score card

A5 A6 A7 A8

detention of water daylight / ventilation x 2 green roof mass of water structural function atmosphere

ma

x

2 3 4 5 6 7

L1

K1

J1

I1

H1

G1

F1

E1

D1

C1

B1

A1 A2 A3 A4
retension of water 1

USE4

score card

A5 A6 A7 A8

detention of water daylight / ventilation x 2 green roof mass of water structural function atmosphere

ma

x

2 3 4 5 6 7

User guide
input
input point 1 input point 2 input point 3 input point 4

CAUTION before instantiate
curve grid user Unit can easily break when degree of curve is too much So, make sure your curve grid is moderate! (check the pdf page 8, showing how much one input point can be offseted from other 3 points)

instantiating step
1 decide size of module on your grid too small size of module on grid can result inner interception of geometry. so it would be better to be bigger than 2ft x 2ft 2 change the Side Length Module parameter to match with your grid module size from original file ( this will be revised later so that you do not need to use original file) 3 instantiate module on the grid

output
input Rain level output radius of top opening lid degree of rotation of led light

input parameter
flat grid user

input Tube depth output Tube depth

type
Rain level Tube depth

limit
1~ 10 1/10 of side length of module ~ unlimited 2 ft ~ unlimited

no caution required

Side length of Module

input Side length of Module output proportion of opening size

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