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Rachael Grinnell r.c.grinnell@lboro.ac.uk Adaptive (re-) use of buildings

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>> RETAIL CASE STUDY 2 Can it be cheaper? Can it be easier?

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ModellingChange 3

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The Retail Model 4

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Simplification 5

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>> Classifying components 6

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OpenBuilding >> shearing layers (Brand, 1994) 7

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QuantifyingChange quantifying the rate of change 8 0 000000 12 0102 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 818 165 1185 2 7 7 00000

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Venn Diagram 9

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>> change typologies 10

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>> Development Director 11 “ Tenants, even if they say, ‘ that ’ s where we want the lift opening, that ’ s where we want the cores or whatever in our unit ’, you can guarantee they ’ ll change their mind. You can absolutely guarantee it ” Scalable Change CostsAverage Cost Non scalable change£ 35,000 Horizontal size change£ 60,000 Size change with vertical infills£ 80,000 Size change with new vertical penetrations£ 160,000

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>> Fixity 12 General: Grid positions, building footprint Retail: mall lines, A3 placement, basement

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>> cost solutions 13

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WHAT MADE THE SCHEME ADAPTABLE? 14

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Rachael Grinnell r.c.grinnell@lboro.ac.uk THANK YOU! www.adaptablefutures.com 15

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