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Tallinna Termid ja taastusravikeskus Ahtri 3 kvartalis

Nagel, Linn (2017) Tallinna Termid ja taastusravikeskus Ahtri 3 kvartalis. [thesis] [en] Baths of Tallinn and a Thysical Therapy Center in Ahtri 3 Quarter.

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Abstract

Lõputöö ülesandeks on projekteerida Admiraliteedi basseini äärde Ahtri 3 krundile Tallinna termid ja taastusravikeskus ning pakkuda planeeringuline visioon ümbritsevast piirkonnast. Tallinn on merelinn, kuid jalakäija kesklinnas mere äärde aega veetma sageli ei satu. Diplomitöö asukohavalikul on lähtutud soovist seda olukorda parandada, täites jalakäijasõbraliku linnaruumiga praeguse tühimiku Rotermanni kvartali ja Admiraliteedi basseini vahel. Termide ja taastusravikeskuse loomisel on lähtutud arhitektuurse ruumi mõjust inimese kogemusele – ruum oma vormilt saab kaasa aidata ruumi funktsionaalsele eesmärgile. Termid on koht kus lõõgastuda, saada is-eenda ja oma sisemaailmaga parem kontakt. Sellele aitab kaasa termide lahendamine väiksemates piiratud mahtudes, mis loovad mitmekülgseid ruumikogemusi, piiravad väliste impulsside nähtavust, on hämara, ra-huliku vormiga. Termide erineva temperatuuriga basseinid ja nende vaheldamine pakub erinevaid füüsilisi aistinguid, ning seintega mänguliselt piiratud ruum annab külastajale võimaluse avastada mitmeid visuaalseid ja füüsilisi ruumikogemusi. Taastusravikeskust kavandades on tähtsaks peetud taastusravikeskuse teenuseid vajava inimese emotsion-aalset poolt. Ruum, milles viibitakse, mõjutab inimeste enesetunnet. Sageli tehakse taastusravi paikselt vaid selleks ette nähtud ruumides, imiteerides küll liikumist, kuid viibides sisuliselt siiski paigal, ühes samas ruumis. Selliselt jääb puudu oluline aspekt liikumise juures – ümbritseva keskkonna muutumine. Taastusravikesusesse on loodud liikumisteekondi, mis võimaldaks liikumisteraapiat teha ka reaalelulises keskkonnas, mis aitab tõsta patsiendi enesekindlust oma toimetulekus ka igapäevaelus. Oluliseks on peetud lisaks mitmekülgsetele taas-tusravivõimalustele pakkuda inimestele ka head asukohta linna keskel, jahisadama vaadetega linnaruumis.

Abstract [en]

The subject of this thesis is to design a baths and physical therapy center at Ahtri 3 next to the Admiralty pool sailing marina while simultaneously helping develop a pedestrian friendly connection between Tallinn’s city center and waterfront. The guiding principle for the baths and physical therapy centers architectural design is its emotional effect on the visitor – the space must be in support of and harmony with its functional purpose. Baths should be a place of relaxation and reflection. This is achieved by segmenting the bath areas into smaller, cozier spaces that limit the effects of outside stimuli and use light sparingly in order to achieve a calmer and relaxed atmosphere. The baths have multiple different temperatures and special solutions to offer not only different physical sensations but also accompanying emotional environments. Likewise, the physical therapy centers design continues this principle of supporting the patients’ physical restoration process with an environment designed to support their equally important emotional journey. Usually, most physical therapy exercise happens in stationary machines in a clinical environment which merely simulate real life motion. An important part of real life motion is the accompanying change in physical space. Therefore, the physical therapy center is designed around allowing as much actual special movement and variation as possible with specific infrastructure included throughout the floors. Additionally, a generally pleasant and well-designed environment with city and marina views contrasts the usual clinical setting. The subject of this thesis is to design a baths and physical therapy center at Ahtri 3 next to the Admiralty pool sailing marina while simultaneously helping develop a pedestrian friendly connection between Tallinn’s city center and waterfront. The guiding principle for the baths and physical therapy centers architectural design is its emotional effect on the visitor – the space must be in support of and harmony with its functional purpose. Baths should be a place of relaxation and reflection. This is achieved by segmenting the bath areas into smaller, cozier spaces that limit the effects of outside stimuli and use light sparingly in order to achieve a calmer and relaxed atmosphere. The baths have multiple different temperatures and special solutions to offer not only different physical sensations but also accompanying emotional environments. Likewise, the physical therapy centers design continues this principle of supporting the patients’ physical restoration process with an environment designed to support their equally important emotional journey. Usually, most physical therapy exercise happens in stationary machines in a clinical environment which merely simulate real life motion. An important part of real life motion is the accompanying change in physical space. Therefore, the physical therapy center is designed around allowing as much actual special movement and variation as possible with specific infrastructure included throughout the floors. Additionally, a generally pleasant and well-designed environment with city and marina views contrasts the usual clinical setting.

Item Type: thesis
Advisor: Ott Kadarik
Co-advisor: Mihkel Tüür
Subjects: Architecture > Applied Architecture > Architectural Design
Divisions: Institute of Architecture > Applied Architecture
Depositing User: Linn Nagel
Date Deposited: 09 Jun 2017 12:38
Last Modified: 09 Jun 2017 12:38
URI: http://eprints.tktk.ee/id/eprint/3243

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