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THE DEPENDENCY

OF PRODUCTION

CHRISTOPHER ALLICK

The

Dependency

of

Producti
o
n

examines

the

inherent

dependency

between

factory

and

product

and

the

new

dependency

between

factory

and

community
.


The

building

is

a

factory,

located

in

Indianapolis,

Indiana,

that

manufactures

steel

frame

modules

for

use

in

a

variety

of

prog
r
ams

including

retail,

residential,

and

office
.


The

factory

responds

to

four

themes
;

dependency,

transpor
t
ation,

production,

and

transparency
.


The

factory

seeks

to

educate

users

about

manufacturing

processes,

lean

manufacturing,

and

steel

frame

modular

as

a

building

system
.


This

building

reflects

on

the

current

state

of

factory

design

and

serves

as

a

model

for

what

the

next

generation

of

factory

design

could

be
.

32

Interstitial Truss

Clear
Span

8’
-

9’
-
6” Typical Spacing

33

7 1/2” Light Gauge
Steel Studs, 16” O.C
.

1/4” x 6” Steel Strap

6” x 6” HSS

6” x 4” HSS

3” Concrete Decking
on Steel Form Deck

2 1/2” Light Gauge
Steel Studs, 16” O.C.

6” Ceiling Joists

24” O.C.

3” x 2” HSS

6” x 2” HSS

Mate Line

KULLMAN

FRAMING

SYSTEM

STEEL
FRAME MODULAR

Detroit, MI
284
miles

Chicago, IL
185
Miles

St. Louis, MO
244
Miles

Nashville,

TN 287
Miles

Cleveland,

OH 316

miles

Pittsburgh, PA
359
Miles

Louisville,

KY
114
Miles

Cincinnati, OH
112
Miles

Indianapolis,

IN

White River

Interstate 70

Interstate 65

Site

Railroad

becomes essential.

product.

Indianapolis,

Indiana

is

located within 650
miles

of 55% of the
American
Population,
making it an ideal
location to site
a
factory of this nature. With shipping costs of $6
-

$10

per mile, the factory’s location

The vacant, 10 acre site
is

located east of the major highway system
and has

a railroad
running through
the north end of the site. The railroad becomes important for delivery of materials and shipping of finished

Industrial

Site

Industrial

Commercial

Church



Residential

60’

N

learn
about
manufacturing processes.

The site
is

located within a mixed
industrial

and
lower middle
class

residential

neighborhood.
Programmatic

elements such as
a welding

school, observation decks, and
green space

invite

the public into the site to

The interior functions of the factory begin to spill out into the public
green space

and
the
mechanized

nature of the green space reflects the ideals of the factory.

High School

EXISTING

SITE

CONDITIONS

479’

Typical

Curve

Radius

Existing

Railroad

Track

Spur

RAILROAD EXPANSION

12’

Concrete Floor

9’

12’

12’

Polycarbonate Skin



36’

12’


Polycarbonate Floor with
Fluorescent Lighting

Metal Panel Skin

STRUCTURES ONSITE

Pavilion

Lantern’s
A
-

D

Floor 01, Fabrication

Floor 02, Production

Floor 03,
Office + School

A

A

A

A

A

A

SECTION
A
-
A

STRUCTURAL + MECHANICAL DEVELOPMENT

Suppl
y
Return

PROTOTYPE

HO
U
SE

CO
N
C
RETE

B
A

T
C
H
I
NG

P
LANT

1

6”

Reinforced

Concrete

Slab

Steel

Base

Plate

Concrete

Foundation

Concrete

Footing

Polycarbonate
40mm

Thick

Steel

Angle

Anchor

Bolt

Wide

Flange

Beam

Steel

Angle

Anchor

Bolt

Steel

Tr
u
ss,

Wide

Flange

Sections

2”

x

8”

Aluminum

Tubing

Wide

Flange

Column

4”

Concrete

Slab
Metal

Decking

Steel

Joist


Aluminum Shading
Device


Glass

Anchor

Sag

Rod

Wood

Cap

Metal

Flashing

EPDM

Roof

Membrane

2”

Continuous

Insulation

3”

Concrete

Metal

Decking

6”
Reinforced Concrete Slab

Glass

Curtain Wall

Steel Angle

2”
x 8” Aluminum Tubing

Sag
Rod

Concrete Foundation

Concrete Footing

Steel Connection Plate

Wide
Flange Beam
Wide Flange Column
Intake Louver


Steel Base Plate

Steel Joist

Metal Flashing

EPDM
Roof Membrane

2”
Continuous Insulation

Wood Cap

3”
Concrete

Metal
Decking

Wide
Flange Beam

Operable

Glass

Skylight

Wide
Flange Column

P
o
lycarbonate,
40mm Thick

Steel Angle

Anchor Bolt

Steel Truss

Metal
Decking

4”
Concrete Slab

Metal
Panel

Air Space

Continuous Vapor Retarder

Continuous Insulation

Steel Stud

Gypsum

Board

WALL SECTIONS

HOIST LOWERING MODULE ONTO TRUCK

NIGHT RENDERING

0
FF
I
C
E

I
NTER

1
0
R

j

SECOND

FLOOR PRODUCTION
LINE