Expandable House Part 02 / Urban Rural Systems

first_imgArchDaily Social Housing Expandable House Part 02 / Urban Rural SystemsSave this projectSaveExpandable House Part 02 / Urban Rural Systems Expandable House Part 02 / Urban Rural Systems Photographs:  Carlina Teteris, Dio Guna Putra Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Projects “COPY” “COPY” Indonesia CopySocial Housing•Nongsa, Indonesia Year: center_img Area:  108 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard 2020 Photographs Architects: Urban Rural Systems Area Area of this architecture project Manufacturers: Hebel, Alternative Construction Material Group, Bandung, FCL Singapore, MycotechArchitect In Charge:Stephen CairnsDesign And Construction Team:Miya Irawati, Chen Ting, Azwan Aziz, Dio Guna Putra, Sumiadi RahmanClients:Kampung Batu Besar CommunityCommunity Codesign:Alwi, Batam Municipal Planning Authority, Rahmat KurniawanBamboo Composites:Dirk Hebel, Alireza Javadian, Nazanin SaeidiMycelium:Adi Reza Nugroho, Herlambang Ajidarma, Miko Bahtera NusantaraEngineer:Teddy Tambuan, Johannes MüllerCity:NongsaCountry:IndonesiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Carlina TeterisRecommended ProductsKitchen Furniture / CountertopsEGGERSplashback PanelsResidential ApplicationsFastmount®Heavy Duty Panel Fastener at ‘Sandboxes’ HouseWoodEGGERLaminatesEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena Apeldoorn‘Scaling up the expandable house’ – We first reported on the expandable house project in 2018 when we had completed construction of the first floor (36m2). The house has now expanded to its limit of three floors (108m2). Here we report on the conclusion of phase two of the project, in which all of the technical systems required to hoist the roof with manual labor and simple tools, collect rainwater, solar energy and manage domestic waste have been successfully trialed. Save this picture!© Carlina TeterisSave this picture!General floor planSave this picture!© Carlina TeterisSave this picture!© Carlina TeterisPhase 3 of the project involves piloting the neighborhood and township elements at 1:1, such as alleyways, courtyards, public spaces, district cooling, water retention and peer-to-peer energy sharing systems. We have begun to do this by mocking up neighboring houses with scaffolding and printed canvas. Our team is working with developers in Indonesia to secure a suitable site for a larger-scaled and commercial implementation of phase 3, which we call Tropical Town.Save this picture!© Carlina TeterisBackground – The expandable house (rumah tambah in Bahasa Indonesia, or rubah for short) offers affordable and sustainable dwelling options to the rapidly growing populations of Asia’s largest cities. Combining lessons from existing informal settlements, incremental housing precedents and principles of sustainable tropical building, the expandable house is designed to adapt to the fluctuating patterns of resource consumption and expenditure, or metabolism, of its residents.Save this picture!© Carlina TeterisThe expandable house is designed around the following five principles:  1. Sandwich Section. The house provides a roof that can be hoisted, and floor and foundations (the bread) that can support up to three additional floors (the filling). This system allows flexible financing whereby the developer or state housing agency provides the roof and foundations, while the residents provide infill as their circumstances require and budget allows. It also helps accommodate crucial income generating functions (shop, café, garage, cottage industry) along with dwelling.Save this picture!© Carlina TeterisSave this picture!Front elevationSave this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Carlina Teteris2. Domestic Density. The house encourages domestic densification in the vertical dimension. This supports the benefits of co-location of dwellings and employment. It also helps to reduce the settlement footprint on arable land, and the demand for expensive infrastructures (roads, electrical and potable water networks).  3. Decentralized Systems. Rainwater harvesting and solar electricity generating technologies, sewage and septic tank systems, and passive cooling principles are integrated locally with the expandable house, avoiding expensive and often unreliable centralized, or ‘big pipe’, approaches to infrastructure provision.Save this picture!© Carlina Teteris4. Productive Landscapes. The expandable house integrates food and building material production capacity locally. This is achieved by integrating bamboo plantations and kitchen gardens into the planning logic of the house, and helps further diversify the resource base of the expandable house.  5. Seed Package. The expandable house is designed as a seed package, containing technologies, material strategies and planning guidelines that can develop in different ways depending on local social, cultural and environmental conditions. We intend that diverse tropical towns will grow from the common seed package.Save this picture!© Carlina TeterisProject gallerySee allShow lessShou County Culture and Art Center / Studio Zhu-PeiSelected ProjectsGoettsch Partners Creates New Central Gathering Hub and Landmark Tower in Guangzhou,…Architecture NewsProject locationAddress:Batu Besar, Nongsa, Batam City, Riau Islands, IndonesiaLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share CopyAbout this officeUrban Rural SystemsOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureSocial HousingOn FacebookNongsaIndonesiaPublished on February 26, 2020Cite: “Expandable House Part 02 / Urban Rural Systems” 26 Feb 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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