The Core Of Life

The boundary of living on an infinite earth of demands is constantly changing, from geography (climate) to the physical pattern of life. Architecture has always been the forerunner in this field and has always been the main difference between yesterday, today and tomorrow. Dynamic architecture is one of the values used in the bed and the move towards more useful use of space and space at the moment. At the present time, the use of daylight technology in different parts of the building, especially in the structure, has opened the way for new architecture thinking. In fact, the need for easier use of the artifact environment, both in the interior, and in the external structure, and the application of environmental conditions in the design process of the building and its formation based on light, wind, rain and its effect on reducing consumption Energy is a major achievement in dynamic design.
The core of life is designed precisely on the basis of the concept of earth and life, pointing out that the choice of the form designed in Korea, necessarily due to its more positive subcategories than the other forms (referred to below) Will be), and not in terms of formic understanding of the concept.
The core of life has three main parts, the three shells, the main structure with the units, the center (core).

Three-Layer View: Using two-dimensional views and three movable skins are virtually adequate for the environment’s dynamics alone, opening and closing the panels in the view, with light, wind, etc., the quality of the inside for the topics It provides various energy sustainability, architecture, spatial diversity, and many more. The moving panels in different parts of the facade and in the second and third shells are: solar cells (southern and southeast to provide part of the electricity needed for the core), wind turbines (installing for dominant winds and, for example, in Tehran installed in the east view, supplying part of the core power needed), perforated aluminum panels (diversifying the facade and using for disturbing light failure, etc.), cladding structures (diversifying the collection and preventing contamination Audio and visual, as well as cover for adverse weather conditions). All panels are connected to the main structure and ultimately open and close depending on the conditions and empty the space to move the units from the inside to the outside of the core.
Main structure + Units: This part of the core, units (business, office, residential, green spaces, …), modular or non-modular are stacked side by side. Each row on a lattice structure with a spatial and matrix infrastructure, and using truss structural slabs, down and above each horizontal and vertical radial row, can rotate radially either horizontally or vertically. Moving and moving units in the collection itself, on the one hand, all units can move individually, from their axis, from inside to outside (depending on the weather conditions and the desire of each unit). The access to the units is through elevators in horizontal and vertical radial rows in the core of the main structure, as well as through the core center, access can be created through moving bridges, to the floors and core roofs.
Core Center: This section is the main transition to supplying the electricity needed for the complex, through wind and water turbines (falling from the ceiling). Access to the floors (units), the main shaft of the facility and access to the core infrastructure located in the lower core, access to the roof and dome of the sky, parts of the green space of the complex, and so on, are the most important applications of the core center. .
In addition to the main sections mentioned above, different processes have been used in other parts of the core. At the top of the core, the animated ceiling is used for various occasions, in atmospheric conditions as a dome of the sky for observing the night sky, in rainy days as rainwater gathering and falling to the core, as well as in adverse weather conditions Covered by clay and glass structures (passing sunlight, and using the greenhouse inside the core). The kernel’s green space is used for styling indoor air as well as the use of natural ventilation, in the lower part of the core, and in some classes, in separate units or in greenhouses and green terraces in units.
Dynamic architecture is a huge range of internal and external changes, sometimes these changes with human beings in these spaces create a new form of behavior, speech, philosophy, and ultimately a particular worldview.