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Kõrghoone Tartu mnt 17 Tallinnas

Kuuse, Kairo (2018) Kõrghoone Tartu mnt 17 Tallinnas. [thesis] [en] High-rise building on Tartu road 17 in Tallinn.

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Abstract

Tallinna kõrgehitised on vertikaalselt kõrgusse projekteeritud ja konstrueeritud kommertskeskuse ja pealinna urbanistliku ruumikeskkonna ehituskunstilised võrd- ja näidisvormid, või suuremad hoonestuskogumid. Kui eemalt või merelt linna panoraami vaadelda, siis on nii need kesksed hooned kui ka kaugemad rajatised põhilised Tallinna linnasilueti kujundajad.[15] Kõrghoone kui maamärk töötab eelkõige kaugvaadete puhul ja peab olema seotud ka koha olulisusega, st maamärk ei ole mitte ainult vaadeldav, vaid peab selgelt viitama kohale – seal toimub midagi, siit algab midagi, see on tähtis paik, selle järgi on võimalik orienteeruda.[16] Lõputööks projeketeeritud kõrghoone Tallinnas, aadressiga Tartu mnt 17, on multifunktsionaalse ruumiprogrammiga hoone. Lähtudes ümbritsevast keskkonnnast, loob erinevate funktsioonidega ruumiprogramm antud rajoonis uudse keskkonna. Valdav osa piirkonnast on hoonestatud büroo ja äripindadega. Erineva funktsionaalsusega hoone toob kõrghoonete rajooni, lisaks kontoritöölistele ja elanikele, ka tavakodanikke, kes piirkonnaga otseselt seotud ei ole. Büroodele ja korteritele lisaks, loob hoonele atraktiivsust 17-ndale korrusele projeketeeritud talveaed, restorani korrused ja läbi kahe korruse spordikompleks. Hoone projekteerimisel on arvesse võetud ümbritsevat keskkonda ning hoone krundi ümbruses olevaid muinsuskaitse objekte. Projekteeritud kõrghoone on 34 korruseline, kõrgusega 132,6 meetrit. Ühtlasi on kõrghoone piirkonna kõrgeim hoone.

Abstract [en]

Tallinn's high-rise buildings are designed and constructed in a vertical height, designed and constructed by the commercial center and the metropolitan urban space, as well as figurative building blocks. When looking at the panorama of the city from a distance or from the sea, these central buildings as well as outermost facilities või distant buildings are the main designers of the Tallinn city silhouette. The high-rise building as a landmark works especially for remote sensing and must also be related to the importance of the place, that means that the, landmark is not only observable but must clearly point out - there is something going on, something starts from here, it is an important place, it is possible to orientate. A high-rise building designed in graduation thesis in Tallinn, address Tartu mnt 17, is a multi- functional building program. Based on the surrounding environment, a various functions roomprogram creates a new environment in a given area. The overwhelming part of the region is built-up with offices and commercial premises. A building with a different functionality brings in a high-rise region, in addition to office workers and residents more ordinary citizens, who are not directly involved with the area. In addition to the offices and apartments, the building is even more attractive because of the designed wintergarden in to 17th floor, restaurant floors and a two-story sports complex. The design of the building takes into account the surrounding environment and heritage conservation objects around the plot of the building. The designed high-rise building is 34 floors high, with a height of 131.5 meters. Which makes it also the highest building in the high-rise area.

Item Type: thesis
Advisor: Ott Kadarik
Co-advisor: Mihkel Tüür
Subjects: Architecture > Applied Architecture > Architectural Design
Divisions: Institute of Architecture > Applied Architecture
Depositing User: Kairo Kuuse
Date Deposited: 05 Jun 2018 12:45
Last Modified: 04 Sep 2019 11:03
URI: http://eprints.tktk.ee/id/eprint/3947

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