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Campus as a living lab

Campus as a Living Lab

Baker Center for Science


Campus as a living lab baker center

Campus as a Living Lab: Baker Center


Cal poly

Cal Poly

Learn by Doing

Polytechnic

Rural/Suburban

3,800 Acres of Constrained Development

Exemplary Climate

Fiscally and Architecturally Conservative

Enthusiastic Dean


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Campus as a Living Lab: Baker Center

Quantitative Ask

College of Science and Math Administration & Support

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Physics

Earth and Soil Science

Interdisciplinary Lecture

Polymers and Coatings

Environmental Biotechnology Institute (EBI)

Administration 12,769

Wet Lab 44,283

Dry Lab 16,788

Lab Support 19,721

Classroom/Lecture 8,672

Total Program 102,233 (173,275 GSF)


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Campus as a Living Lab: Baker Center

Qualitative Ask

  • A defining and Unifying Campus Landmark with Extraordinary Symbolism

  • Exemplary Approaches to Teaching and Learning

  • An Inviting and Intriguing Building

  • A Building for Now in the Future


Course content

ARCH 207 – Environmental Control Systems I

COURSE content


Arch 207 environmental control systems i

ARCH 207 – Environmental Control Systems I

2nd Year Architecture Students (130)

Environmental Impact of the Built Environment

Energy Consumption & Production

Psychrometrics

Climate Influences

Site Analysis

Heat Transfer | Envelope

Solar Geometry + Shading

Passive Heating + Cooling

Daylighting

On-site Energy Generation

Conceptual Modeling

Climate Change + Adaptation

BNIM Kiowa County Schools, Greensburg, Kansas

Omega Center for Sustainable Living, Rhinebeck, N.Y


Arch 207 course grading

ARCH 207 – Course Grading

Miller Hull, Bullitt Center, Seattle, WA

Lecture (50%)

Reading

Lectures

Open Forums

Homework (Application)

Exams

Activities (50%) – Case Study and Studio Application

Building Performance Analyst Certificate (Extra Credit)

Case Studies

Climate Analysis | Responsive Design

Energy

Shading

Passive Heating/Cooling

Envelope Optimization

BNIM Kiowa County Schools, Greensburg, Kansas

Omega Center for Sustainable Living, Rhinebeck, N.Y


Cll baker center activity i shading

CLL: Baker Center Activity I - Shading

  • Reading a Complex Construction Document Set

  • On-site Visit Measurement and Observation

  • Climate Analysis

  • Architectural Implementation Analysis

  • Discussion & Refinement


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CLL: Baker Center Activity I - Shading

South Elevation


Thermal comfort performance

Thermal Comfort + Performance


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CLL: Baker Center Activity I - Shading


Cll baker center activity ii daylighting

CLL: Baker Center Activity II - Daylighting


Lessons learned

Baker Center for Science

LESSONS LEARNED


Curriculum project design

Curriculum Project Design

  • Data issues (security, file sizes and types)

  • More lead time

  • More buy-in from faculty

  • More student involvement throughout

  • More assessment methods at front end


Exit survey responses

Exit Survey - Responses

  • After we studied the Baker Science Center and looked in depth at how to shade windows I took what we learned and implemented that into my own project.  I added shading devices to the windows I had in my own building and tried to right size them for my project. 

  • Just being aware of these strategies should allow us to create a more suitable environment for future generations, and allow us to soften the impact of previously very wasteful practices in our field. I feel as though incorporating these practices into our projects are not only a great start to our introduction into the field, but also a start of finally realizing that these practices shouldn't be supplemental to the overall process, but rather already incorporated into the design process.


Future partnerships

Future Partnerships

  • Green Schools

  • PowerSave Green Campus

  • Autodesk BPAC

  • STEM educators

  • Digital Commons

  • Other faculty (e.g., environmental psychology)

  • AEC Team


Digital repository

Digital Repository


Campus as a living lab

Autodesk

Building Performance

Analysis Certificate


Future poe topics hvac

Future POE Topics: HVAC


Baker center energy optimization on site energy potential

Baker Center – Energy Optimization + On-site Energy Potential


Campus as a living lab

Cal Poly, SLO TeamMargot McDonald, AIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C, PIStacey White, AIA, LEED APJeff Landreth, PEClare Olsenwith students Lisa Hayden, Katie Worden, and Maribel Morenoand the students of ARCH 207!


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