Ganzhou Greenland International Expo City Exhibition Center

With the development of the construction industry becoming more and more mature, architectural design has changed from the pursuit of "quantity" to the focus on "quality". At the same time, the rapid changes in the environment have also made speed an important factor in survival. In the context of equal emphasis on quality and speed, professionals with overall management capabilities and multi-domain knowledge have become a rigid demand, and the era of architects playing a leading role has arrived.

The reality is that due to the inadequacy of overall planning and control, there are often phenomena such as lack of communication between departments, inability to ask questions about the blank areas of power and responsibility, and failure to construct according to plans. Especially in the case of a tight cycle, it will result in difficult to guarantee the quality of the construction, inefficient rework, and will also bring hidden dangers to construction safety.

In the Ganzhou Greenland International Expo City Exhibition Center project, we give full play to the leading role of architects, making the project from project design to completion and delivery only take less than 4 months, and it has reached the height of the building, achieving speed and quality. Pay equal attention to.

With the support of the owner, we will give full play to the professional value of the architect: we divide the whole process of design and construction into three stages. Proactively communicate with other professional companies in time according to different plans at each stage. With an attitude of being responsible for the architectural works, we will coordinate all aspects of resources and consider comprehensively. In the process, he took into account the multiple roles of designer and supervisor, and became the chief executive officer of the project.

On the basis of full communication with the owners, we have clarified the core idea of ​​"reflecting Ganzhou's regional culture". Based on the research of local culture, we extracted the spatial elements of Ganzhou Enclosed House, and formed the spatial sequence of the entrance hall, atrium, courthouse, and water court in the design, thus inheriting the place spirit of traditional space.

Through strict control of the design nodes, after the plan is basically determined, plan communication with the interior and landscape companies is started in advance to obtain timely feedback and avoid later rework.

In the deepening stage, in order to ensure the quality of the building, we take the design of each node seriously, solve the problem in the drawing stage, and lay the foundation for the later construction.

During the deepening process, we found that the deepening scheme of the curtain wall node at the cornice was not refined enough. In order to ensure the precision of the project, we actively communicated with relevant professional companies and proposed an improvement plan to reduce the cornice, so that the roof presents an elegant and light beauty.

Similarly, in terms of lighting design, based on previous design experience, we found that the lighting deepening scheme at the entrance will cause flooding problems. Therefore, we propose to increase the size of the obstruction and adjust the position of the light source to make the final night scene more natural and beautiful.

Blank areas will be left at the junction of different disciplines, and these problems will eventually seriously affect the construction effect. We take the initiative to connect with various departments with an attitude of solving problems.

In terms of landscape, the interface between the corridor and the main building is treated as a design blank area. With a problem-solving attitude, we took the initiative to propose an optimization plan for adding footings and pilasters to make the transition of the junction area more natural and make up for the design gap.

The construction phase of the project only took more than one month, during which we adhered to weekly patrols, responded flexibly to emergencies, and solved problems in a timely manner through design.

In the original plan of the parapet wall, a double-layer parapet wall with a spacing of 2m was designed. However, during the construction process, in order to facilitate the construction of the structure, the wall spacing was shortened without our knowledge. When we visited the site, the construction of the parapet has been completed, so we can only optimize: the inner parapet is shielded by aluminum panels, which increases the reflectivity of the inner wall, achieving the expected effect and avoiding a lot of rework.

Similarly, in the process of curtain wall construction: the modulus of the polyline-shaped curtain wall of the original plan is 1m, so that all parts of the building have a unified modulus relationship. However, due to the inability to find curtain wall materials of suitable scale in a short period of time, in order to make the construction proceed smoothly, we fine-tuned the curtain wall modulus and curtain wall edge design to restore the design effect to the greatest extent.

Building material control is a key part of the implementation of the original design. Years of design experience and the accumulation of knowledge of building materials enable us to be targeted.

In terms of material selection, we began to develop a model with material manufacturers during the production of the control manual. During the period, it was difficult to obtain some materials. In order not to lower the construction standards, we proactively provided Party A with material supply channels based on years of experience accumulated in exchanges with material vendors to ensure the quality of the construction.

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