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Slimbouwen® in search for Dynamic Architeture = Dynamic Industry Jos Lichtenberg, Slimbouwen Foundation & Eindhoven University of Technology

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Slimbouwen®    in  search  for  Dynamic  Architeture  =  Dynamic  Industry    Jos Lichtenberg, Slimbouwen Foundation & Eindhoven University of Technology

 1 oktober 2014

From Cost to Value driven

De supply chain before the Industrial Revolution

Principal

Master Builder

Carpenter Maisons

Stone Sculptors

Glazier

Blacksmith

Todays supply chain

Owner

User/tenant

Developer manager

Builder

Trader Building materials

Manufacturers and assemblers

of parts

Financier/Bank

Manufacturers of components

Resources

Architect

Advisors

Conventional supply chain

Sub contractors

Owner

User/tenant

Developer manager

Builder

Trader Building materials

Manufacturers and assemblers

of parts

Financier/Bank

Manufacturers of components

Resources

Architect

Advisors

Owner

User/tenant

Developer manager

Builder

Trader

Financier/Bank

Manufacturers of components

Resources

Resetting the supply chain

Facilities

Conventional supply chain

Sub contractors

Manufacturers and assemblers of parts

Architect

Advisors

Conventional building process

structure

envelope

services

interior delivery

structure

envelope

services

interior

delivery

Slimbouwen process

integral design

Kraanspoor Amsterdam

La Fenêtre Den Haag Rode Haan Delft

Slimbouwen in practice

Venco Campus, Eersel

•  Reduction of failure costs > 7% •  Process efficiency, reduction > 10% •  Savings on reduced building time > 5% •  Reduction on tailor made advise and consultation ca 3% •  Reduction of volume and material > 5% •  Total > 25%

Slimbouwen besparingen1 Slimbouwen  cost  reduc1on  

Slimbouwen,  space  for  value  

Slimline Buildings Wingfloorslab

Leidingvloer FlexCasco

Slimbouwen,  product  development  

Cable Stud (Gyproc)

Slimbouwen    product  development  

House of Tomorrow Today (HoTT), experiment, demo and testing

Process Material

User

HoTT

House of Tomorrow Today (HoTT)

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House of Tomorrow Today (HoTT) Energy surplus

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Turning  point  From  here  to  the  next  level  

In search for future solutions

In search for future solutions

Four case studies regarding space reduction by dynamic solutions

1 Karel Kammans’ oneman house

1 Karel Kammans’ oneman house

2 Joost Kanters’ elevator house

3 KAW/e Dynamic School

3 KAW/e Dynamic School

4 Raoul Borgans’ Aging in Place House

Statement from these four case studies

Dynamic solutions Are able to induce a reduction of building volume (and material use) by approx. 40-50 % This means that the budget for the remaining building volume roughly could be doubled up, without loosing functionality In the operation only half the volume will generate only about half of the operational costs incl. energy. On the other hand mechatronic technology will require extra maintenance and energy. All in all these thoughts are not unrealistic beforehand and deserve further research

Slimbouwen® Flexibility and Economy hand in hand