Mobile Living Hall (Commercial and Exhibition) by GLA Design
2018 - 2019, Golden A' Architecture, Building and Structure Design Award Winner
Componentization allows for reusing materials and equipment. The ideal reusable rate of the curtain wall of a living hall is up to 90%, with up to a 85% reusable rate for indoor decoration and up to a 70% overall comprehensive reusable rate. The implementation of this case has opened a new chapter for the construction of temporary living halls and exhibition halls.
The "mobile" living hall project, located in Changshu of Jiangsu, refers to a life hall analogous to the Mongolian yurts that hordes live in, which can be disassembled, moved and re-constructed. The modules of horizontal and vertical planes are selected based on not only aesthetic considerations, but also the convenience and cost efficiency for manufacturing, shipping and constructing the curtain wall, so as to minimize waste and achieve convenient transport and easy construction.
Design Challenges
This design roots in how the proportion between standardized dimensions and aesthetics is balanced and how the harmony between fabricated components and styles is achieved.
Production Technology
The purely component-based construction of living halls (a fully bolted steel structure + detachable cellular curtain walls + a glass roof with cellular sheets + a floor based on steel grating plates + light-steel structural partition walls) makes it possible for fully industrialized and fabricated construction and manufacturing, so that construction progress can be greatly accelerated through efficient organization.
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