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Factoreef by Julcsi Futo,
Three students from Studio Lynn at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna have designed a conceptual boat factory for the island of Cres in Croatia.
Called Factoreef, it has been designed by Julcsi Futo, Bika Rebek and Stefan Ritter, students on the course run by architect Greg Lynn.
The architects describe the project as “a large scale, smoothly undulating roof held by an intricate steel truss structure”.
The following is from Factoreef:
“factoreef” is a proposal for a boat factory in the mediterranean town Cres, designed by architecture students Julcsi Futo, Bika Rebek and Stefan Ritter. They are currently enrolled at Studio Lynn, an architecture course run by American architect Greg Lynn at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.
This project is a large scale smoothly undulating roof held by an intricate steel truss structure. It covers a single space partitioned only by structural elements. The promenade on the roof creates an attractive public ground for the touristic town Cres. Visitors get glimpses of the production happening inside and arrive to the see.
The aesthetic reference is the clean slick surface of the boat opposed to the barnacle like structure that is fine grained and intricate.
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Tooling areas for the hull fabrication and finishing procedures that require separate spaces are detached in an enclosed stripe in the north, while the building opens up to the south, towards the sea.
The cool air circulates through the building, as it heats up it is exhausted through the upper part of the column which has then reversed openings.