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  1. Winter Presentation Island 2000

  2. Introducing ISLAND 2000

  3. Renee Elsdon Jonathan Wong Group Presentation March 10, 2000 Michael Hughes Jonghoon Kim

  4. ISLAND 2000 Project Overview: Design a new engineering center to replace an existing 3 story building at Island University, Florida.

  5. ISLAND 2000 Project Overview: One building has a square footprint and one has an L-shaped footprint.

  6. ISLAND 2000 Project Overview: Requirement: The palm tree grove must be preserved, and some internal spaces must have views to the grove.

  7. ISLAND 2000 Project Overview: Requirement: Interior organization is based upon the affinity table.

  8. The AFFINITY TABLE Senior Admin. Faculty Offices Auditorium Secretaries Storage Chair’s Office Small Class Large Classrooms Instructional Lab Seminar Student Offices Faculty Lounge Tech. support Computer Room * Size of bubble directly relates to required size of each room

  9. architect THE PROCESS Aesthetics

  10. and aid in the architectural design process to authenticate the project A local site was selected A local site was selected

  11. And offered a sense of serenity That had a sandy, semi-populated beach A local site was selected

  12. San Francisco Bay

  13. ANGEL ISLAND

  14. Quarry Beach

  15. Other University Buildings Site Contours And Site Model

  16. ISLAND 2000 Other “University” Buildings….

  17. Don’t you want to be there?

  18. Qualities of the site: Strong visual attraction to specific points on the horizon ISLAND 2000

  19. Chevron/ San Rafael Bridge Treasure Island/ Bay Bridge Tilden Park/Berkeley Qualities of the site: ISLAND 2000

  20. ISLAND 2000 Qualities of the site: Nature of cove and hill forms gives the site a strong directional quality

  21. Qualities of the site: Cove form: radial directional quality ISLAND 2000 ISLAND 2000

  22. Qualities of the site: Hill Form: Slopingdirectional quality Beach/Bay Form: endless horizontal directional quality ISLAND 2000

  23. ISLAND 2000 Qualities of the site: Sense of seclusion; other campus buildings are located out of sight

  24. architect THE PROCESS Aesthetics Structural engineer Structure

  25. ISLAND 2000 Qualities of the site: No seismic consideration

  26. ISLAND 2000 Qualities of the site: Building needs to be designed for 110 mph wind

  27. Advantages of Material Selection

  28. owner architect THE PROCESS Aesthetics Structural engineer Construction Manager Structure Chooses Planning Iterations between the members

  29. owner architect Structural engineer Construction Manager THE PROCESS Iterations between the members

  30. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION E-A Iteration

  31. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION ARCHITECT And organized around the auditorium A plan with symmetry: RIDGE CONCEPT

  32. Use wooden exterior to mirror material of environment and act as “skin” of building Use concrete for interior forms, relationship to malleable sand Interior organization edited to fit project requirements Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION ARCHITECT RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

  33. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION ARCHITECT Iteration Process

  34. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION ARCHITECT Iteration Process

  35. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION Wooden “Skin” Wall ARCHITECT Components Architecture Design Results

  36. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION ARCHITECT Components + Concrete Space- Defining Walls Architecture Design Results

  37. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION ARCHITECT 1st Floor Elevator Elevator Small Classroom Small Classroom Small Classroom Small Classroom Auditorium Seminar Stairs Large Classroom Large Classroom Laboratory Architecture Design Results

  38. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION ARCHITECT 2nd Floor Student Offices Student Offices Auditorium Tech Support Seminar Seminar Seminar Lab Computer Room Lab Architecture Design Results

  39. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION ARCHITECT 3rd Floor Elevator Elevator Chair Admin Chair Secretaries Lounge Stairs Faculty Offices Architecture Design Results

  40. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION ARCHITECT Wall installed to support auditorium at the request of E-C Sections Auditorium Auditorium is central element Auditorium is curvilinear in all dimensions Architecture Design Results

  41. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION ARCHITECT Sections Architecture Design Results

  42. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 - SQUARE SHAPE ENGINEER *Elevated autditorium must be supported. *Integration of wood and concrete shear walls. *Adequate treatment of timber in corrosive envoronment. ?

  43. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 - SQUARE SHAPE ENGINEER 2nd Floor Plan 40” Steel Joist Girders 14” TJI/H90 @ 16” oc (TYP) *Joist girders must span 50” over auditorium. *Joist supports concrete above. 3rd Floor Plan

  44. Option 1: RIDGE 1999 – SQUARE SOLUTION CONSTRUCTION Cost of Piles as foundation Using concrete and wooden walls simultaneously leads to structural/construction problem Custom concrete shapes have high construction costs Issues

  45. Option 2: RIDGE 1999 – L-SHAPE SOLUTION ARCHITECT A-E Iteration

  46. Option 2: RIDGE 1999 – L-SHAPE SOLUTION ARCHITECT Three grids embedded within the orientation of the walls RIDGE CONCEPT

  47. Option 2: RIDGE 1999 – L-SHAPE SOLUTION ARCHITECT Cantilever Overhanging System Three grids organizing the orientation of walls Using cantilevers to break out of L-shape RIDGE CONCEPT

  48. Option 2: RIDGE 1999 – L-SHAPE SOLUTION ARCHITECT Structure defines location of the auditorium (made to support a 50 ft span). Embed auditorium into hill-it does not need light Roof is important because of accessibility from hill, make it main entrance CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

  49. Option 2: RIDGE 1999 – L-SHAPE SOLUTION ARCHITECT INITIAL REACTION

  50. Option 2: RIDGE 1999 – L-SHAPE SOLUTION ARCHITECT ITERATION PROCESS