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Copy of Magney House by Glenn Murcutt

Study case of Australia Architecture Glenn Murcutt
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Transcript of Copy of Magney House by Glenn Murcutt

Listen to the Wind
overlapping
sustainable?
Magney House
by Glenn Murcutt
2006872006 Ko MinJae
2007872023 Ryu JaeHun
2007872055 Lee WonChan
2010872012 Moon KyungDong
2010872029 Lee TaeRim
Site
Plan
N
S
Fact 1 ) Rooms lined up in a row
- Passive Ventilation : allowing natural cross
Plan
S
Fact 2 ) Two zones
Children/Guest Zone
Parent Zone
Plan
N
S
Fact 3 ) Functional Arrangement
Section A
Fact 4 ) 1 story house
Section B
Fact 4 ) A lofty north front A Roof Curving Upwards
3.4m
Idea
Solution
The locals call it the chook house, the Australian term for a chicken pen.
“A gently swooping metal roof mirrors the shape of the surrounding hills.”
-Glenn Murcutt-
Australia
Who is Glenn Mucutt?
They wanted the house to be as light as a tent, giving straight onto the view and in close contact with the element rather than a conventional rural retreat. It had to be simple, practical and suited to an informal holiday lifestyle, with two interlinked but self-contained parts: one for themselves, the other for their children, their families of other guests.
follow the Sun
Reuse Rain Water
Use Simple Materials
N
designing earth-friendly
homes that imitate nature
"It's a tough site," Mr. Murcutt said with characteristic bluntness, "and I designed a tough building.“
1936
present
Born in London, England
1956
Studied architecture
at the University of New South Wales
2002
Pritzker Prize
1982
Magney House
Visiting Professor of Yale
...not Wood
maintenance
lightweight
harmless
sustainable
penetration
corrugated iron roof
recyclable
comfortable sound of rain
vernacular
materiality
lightweight
"Aluminum"
Site
New south Wales, Australia
Bingie point, New south Wales, Australia
S
North direction
Verandah
(Connect or Separate)
Facade
His Father
Athur Murcutt
1994
Marika-Alderton House
1974
Marie Short House
1988
Simpson-Lee House
& Pierre Chareau
1969
Established his own pratise
Section A
Fact 4 ) 1 story house
Section B
Fact 4 ) A lofty north front A Roof Curving Upwards
3.4m
Idea
Solution
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