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新加坡国立大学建筑与设计专业所在的院系建筑，除了满足使用者的功能需求外，还致力于展示学院的教学抱负。这一理念在一些建筑中非常明显，如采用了工业化生产逻辑的德绍（Dessau）包豪斯建筑；哈佛GSD的跨学科合作模式的开放工作室；或者AA Georgian Terrace学院内拥有条形立柱和前梁的社交聚集空间。
At its best, faculty buildings that house schools of architecture and design—apart from serving functional needs of its occupants—strive to demonstrate and represent the pedagogical ambitions of the school itself. This is evident in the Bauhaus Building in Dessau that adopted the logic of industrial production; the open studio trays for cross-disciplinary collaboration in Harvard GSD; or the bar and front members rooms as a social condenser in the AA’s Georgian Terrace school.
▼学院建筑外观，exterior view of the school ©Rory Gardiner
▼建筑位于东南亚热带地区，the building is located in a tropical area of southeast Asian ©Rory Gardiner
▼温暖灯光中的建筑，the building with warm light ©Rory Gardiner
From the outset, it was clear that SDE intended to use the design and the completed building as a pedagogical tool for tackling the challenges of climate change in the tropics. Here, the focus was on creating a NET Zero energy building—that is to say, the building generates as much if not more energy that it consumes within its building footprint. The second ambition was to use the building as a living laboratory for learning and testing various technologies and architectural responses to the harsh tropical climate.
▼建筑作为应对热带气候的教学工具，实现了零能耗，the building is a pedagogical tool for tackling the challenges of climate change in the tropics and a NET Zero energy building ©Rory Gardiner
▼建筑南侧立面，south facade of the building ©Rory Gardiner
▼出挑屋檐下的景观，landscape view under the over-sailing roof ©Rory Gardiner
▼进入室内的过渡空间，transition space before entering the interior ©Rory Gardiner
▼松散的空间布局方便空气流通，loose accumulation of rooms to allow cross ventilation ©Rory Gardiner
▼车道入口，garage entrance ©Rory Gardiner
▼室外楼梯入口，outdoor access ©Rory Gardiner
▼东西两侧立面采用遮阳板，sun shades on the east and west facades ©Rory Gardiner
Our design is a revalidation of the grammar of vernacular tropical architecture in Southeast Asia, namely that of the Malay House from which we find a large over-sailing roof, the loose accumulation of rooms to allow cross ventilation and the use of platforms to raise the building off the ground. Thus our response was to first employ a large over-sailing roof to protect rooms from the sun and at the same time use this large surface for the installation of 1,225 PV cells for energy generation.
▼屋顶使用1225块光伏电池板，1,225 PV cells for energy generation on the roof ©Rory Gardiner
▼建筑采用出挑屋顶作为遮阳设施，a large over-sailing roof to protect rooms from the sun ©Rory Gardiner
An open social plaza together with a circulation system that cuts across the different studios and classrooms is intended to generate chance encounters and foster social interaction. As study and work become increasingly collaborative and thus social in nature, these spaces compliment the four key learning spaces in the school.
▼贯穿不同工作室、教室的交通系统，a circulation system that cuts across the different studios and classrooms ©Rory Gardiner
▼交通空间创造偶遇机会和促进社交互动，a circulation system is intended to generate chance encounters and foster social interaction ©Rory Gardiner
▼可以用做公共空间的论坛空间，forum can be used as public social space ©Rory Gardiner
▼开放工作室和教室空间，large and continuous open studio space and classrooms ©Rory Gardiner
The first of these is the large and continuous open studio space designed to foster collaboration and instil curiosity in the work of others. The second is more contemplative in nature, designed as a series of smaller rooms surrounded by landscape to be used by researchers and masters level students. A central presentation space is highly visible from various approaches to the building and the design studios. It drops down to peer into the social plaza making design dialog a central activity of learning. The fourth learning space located behind the east and west curtain walls is intended for proto-typing and model making. Soft undulating perforated aluminium panels moderate the harsh western and eastern sun while remaining demountable to allow students and researchers to test various facade systems on the building itself.
▼波纹穿孔铝板的可拆卸性允许学生和研究人员测试建筑本身的各种立面系统，undulating perforated aluminium panels remains demountable to allow students and researchers to test various facade systems on the building itself ©Rory Gardiner
▼光影效果，shadow ©Rory Gardiner
One of the key cultural and technological shifts in this NET Zero energy building is the way the building is cooled with the least amount of energy. This was achieved by using a hybrid system of cooling coupled with natural ventilation. The hybrid cooling uses a combination of tempered air (less energy intensive than conventional AC cooling) with ceiling fans. The resulting architecture is transparent, open, and comfortable, while at the same time requiring very little energy. As a whole the design is a revalidation of the grammar of tropical architecture that fuses new technologies and thinking about energy efficiency in the tropics.
▼细节，details ©Rory Gardiner
▼二层平面，second floor plan
▼三层平面，third floor plan
▼四层平面，fourth floor plan
▼五层平面，fifth floor plan
▼六层平面，sixth floor plan