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ANA ENE WORKS


ANA ENE

I am an architectural science student eager to get real world experience and hone in on my interest and goals. I am dedicated to learning from the day, and am excited to learn new skills and apply the ones I have learned in my undergraduate of architectural science at Ryerson University. My interests are particularly emphasised on sustainable practices: passive environmental systems, durability and forensic building science.

INTERESTS - Energy modelling - Experience with eQuest and Revit 20182019 Green Building Studio. - Daylight Simulations - Experience with Revit in-house daylight simulator and Velux Daylight Simulator - Material Studies/Embodied Energies - Interest in specifying local and sustainably sourced building materials, with a consideration for embodied energies and return on investements. . - Travelling -Passed my final semester with ENSA, Paris, La Villette. - Forensic Building Studies - Ran Door-Blower tests and Inrared imaging on underpreforming houses in Toronto for a Principles of Envelope Systems class, as well as assisted in the imaging and documentation of a 2019 forensic analysis of the architectural science building


STUDENT COMPETITIONS Participant : Velux International Competition 2016 - Worked together in a group of five to conceptualize an idea for the implementation of light tunnels in underground infrastructure. Participant : Velux International Competition 2018 - Worked together in a group of four to conceptualize an idea for the implementation of electrochromic films on glass to regulate daylight above the arctic circle. Participant : Aga Khan Pavilion Competition 2017 - Worked together in a group of five to conceptualize and make feasible a pavilion that showcased a family farm to the neighbourhood Winner of Best Site Responsive Design : Collaborative Excersise 2017 - Worked on site and program analysis and consulted on the passive design on a senior respute from the sun Leader: Collaborative Exercise 2019 - leader of underclassmen as we undertook a concept for a retrofit of the architectural science building at Ryerson. VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Peer Volunteer : Timber Fever Wood Competition 2015 - Insured the equal distribution of materials among contestants and assisted with moving and setting up the finish projects on Gould St . Stable Hand : Dark Horse Stables 2010-2016 - Responsible for the day to day care and excersise of the horses - Responsible for gardening and maintanance of the grounds Mentor : AIAS Mentorship Program 2017-2018 - Assisted first and second years in their design developments for studio and the integration of principles from the rest of the curriculum into their studio work

WORK EXPERIENCE Design Consultant : Metamachines Inc. 2018- Inputted ideas on the design and branding - Assisted on the development of the company website with an understanding of HTML and CSS Employee: The Dock Shoppe: Summer 2018 - Responsible for assisting walk-in cutomers - Responsible for tracking marine parts for cutomers - Responsible for following up with distributers and manufacturers to ensure customer satisfaction.

Revit +++++

- 3D Modeling - Collaborative Worksharing - Green Building Studio - In-House Rendering Engine

Modeling Rhino V.5 -- 3D Creating Revit Families +++++ - Vray Rendering 2D drawing AutoCad -- Annotating ++++ -- Hatching Layout

Cycles +++++ Blender ++++

- Material bump maps and displacement maps - Rendering - 3D modeling - Animation

Illustrator

- Diagramming - Line Weights - Logo Design

Photoshop

- Photo Editing - Render Post production

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+++++ Indesign +++++

- Diagramming

- Layout of presentaion drawings - Preperation of Web Documents

of presentaion drawings SketchUP -- Layout Preperation of Web Documents ++++


TABLE OF CONTENTS

THE HILL: MARKET OF THE FUTURE

JEWEL DISTILLERY: DESIGN DEVELOPMENT


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Dentist and kinesitherapy reception Medical center reception Kinesitherapy office Dentist office Sanitation area Client information storage Employee change rooms Dentist storage Technical Room Garbage room with separate hazardous material storage Residence entrance with office directory 2 bedroom, 2 bath, live/work duplex Echography room Paediatrician Gynaecologist Dermatologist General medicine Infirmary reception Infirmary rooms Atelier reception Atelier Storage Cutting room Reparation atelier Washing room Hole punching room Stamping room Dyeing room Colour correcting room Employee washrooms/shower Atelier garbage room Residence entrance Parking entrance Atelier electrical room

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THE FOREST: PARIS EXCHANGE

ARCHITECTURAL SCIENCE BUILDING SYSTEMS AND ENVELOPE ANALYSIS

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THE HILL: MARKET OF THE FUTURE This project brief asked us to think about what markets will be like in the future. The proposal wonders about a market that services a new infrastructure. Centuries ago, agriculture played a symbiotic role with the built world. This proposal asks Toronto to reintroduce agricultural practices into and around the city and to rethink infrastructure systems for distributing and processing food.

HILL

PATH

LIGHT

VIEWS


IT TAKES 18 TORONTOS TO FEED TORONTO Based off of the consensus that the average North American needs 4 acres of agricultural land per year to survive (4046.86m2/person), and the population of Toronto being 2.809 million people, it would take 113000 square kilometers of agricultural land to feed the population: 18 times the land area of Toronto. As such, to avoid sprawl, it is essential to rethink the relationship between the city and food, and re-introduce agricultural practices into the city.


Waterproof Membraine 1/2in Plywood Sheathing Tapered Polystyrene Insulation 1/2in Plywood Sheathing

EAST FACADE

Aluminum Flashing

400mm Cast-in-Place Edge Beam Cast-in-Place Concrete Pilaster 250mm Rammed Earth 50mm steel rebar 100mm Extruded Polysytrene 250mm Rammed Earth

WALL SECTION 1:25 WEST FACADE

SOUTH FACADE


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1.Cleaning and Processing 2.Storage 3.Hydraulic Elevator/ Loading 4.Preservation Kitchen 5.Visitor’s Entrance 6.Ramp Entrance 7.Restaurant 8.Cafeteria/Gathering Space 9.Viewing Platform 10.Market 11.Park on a hill

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SECOND FLOOR


LES HALLES

ST. LAWRENCE MARKET

MARKET


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ANALYSIS

What is the difference between a much beloved market and a grocery? Analysis of Les Halles in Paris, St.Lawrence Market in Toronto and Markethall in Rotterdam, has revealed that the most successful of markets - that is, the ones who have withstood the test of time - are the ones that invite the public to make the market a part of their everyday lives. Therefore, activated public space is essential for the durability of the market.

SYNTHESIS

The Hill seeks to attract the public by constructing, in the middle of the city, much sought after green space. The green roof will blend in seamlessly with the landscaping, creating a park that can be accessed throughout the year, thus attracting potential customers into the market.

THE HILL


JEWEL DISTILLERY: DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

ANA ENE, NOAH ZWEIG

The Project brief asked for students to work in pairs to bring a design from schematic design to design development. The proposal seeks to bring the likable narrow streets of the distillery district into the project, creating a meandering path that creates a discovery experience for the visitor.

Labyrinth

THE JEWEL Site Photo (Noah)

THE PATH

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Jazz Bar A

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Restaurant Offices/Education Distillery Lab B B

Ground Floor Plan (Noah)

Program Diagram (Ana)

Presentation Area Retail

Loading Distillery/Storage Lobby A

Public Tasting/ Artifacts

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Second Floor Plan (Noah)

Program Diagram (Ana)


(Ana) DESIGN DEVELOPMENT Total Energy kWh/sq.m

Electricity kWh/sq.m

Gas Consumption BTU

(Ana) Schematic Design Analysis: 204kWh/sq.m Annual Energy Consumption

Design Development Analysis: 185.2kWh/sq.m Annual Energy Consumption

Final Analysis: 156.6kWh/sq.m Annual Energy Consumption

As we moved from schematic design to design development, one of the main challenges presented to us was to try to reduce heating and cooling loads of the building. This was done by optimizing window placements and, through detailing studies, increasing the thermal performance values of the envelope. We used Revit 2018’s in-house energy modeling software: Green Building Studio. We were able to reduce the projected annual energy consumption from 204kWh/sq.m, a very poor preforming design due to excessive fenestration, to 156.6kWh. While this is in no way a high preforming value, it is generally in lower percentile of heating and cooling loads for a building of this size.


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Sheathing Polystyrene Ridgid Insulation Steel Structure Flashing Denim Insulation Vapour Barrier 3

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INTERIORS Old load bearing brick wall

Stair primary structure carries tensile load

Steel cord Supports stair in tension

Stair structure anchored into brick wall

Steel stair structure “canelevers� off wall Steel tread w/ relief

Structure also anchors into the concrete wall


FIRE SEPERATION

(Ana)


ARCHITECTURAL SCIENCE BUILDING SYSTEMS AND ENVELOPE ANALYSIS

The study of the architectural science building at Ryerson University revealed the need for a rethinking of the envelope and the environmental systems. At a glance, the site photos revealed many marks of water retention and staining and general user experiences revealed alot of discomfort from inconsistent temperatures in workspaces. As such, many changes were suggested.

ANA ENE, RACHEL JEONG, SABRINA GUGLIETTI

Mechanial Room Steam Expansion Tank Sprinkler Pump System Boiler (KHS basement) Chiller (Library Basement) Cooling Tower Mechanical Room Ventlation


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am, some of the spaces for the master program students were required as the building was not serving pace for master program of architecture in the past. Floor Plans below show the change in the wall, size use of spaces. New wall is added

Two Classrooms are merged into a big lecture room

Seminar room and classroom is merged

Printing room, dark rooms are merged into building science lab

New wall is added

Ground Floor Plan 1:4000

Student Lounge is changed to Workshop

This wall is moved to create a studio space

Student Lounge is changed to a Classroom

Second Floor Plan 1:4000

Exhibition space replaces two spaces for studio support Faculty lounge, space for studio support and seminar room is merged and replaced to Cad lab


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1200 1200

1200 1200

800

800

800

800

800 800

800 800

800 800

800 800

400

400

400

400

400 400

400 400

400 400

400 400

0

0

0

0

00

00

00

100.01

ROOF PATH (W) ROOF PATH (W) ROOF PATH ROOF PATH (S)(S) ROOF PATH ROOF PATH (C)(C)

CONCRETE PATH (W) CONCRETE PATH (W) CONCRETE PATH CONCRETE PATH (S)(S) CONCRETE PATH CONCRETE PATH (C)(C)

00

FRAME PATH (W)

INSULATION PATH (S)

GLAZING PATH (S)

CONCRETE PATH (S)

FRAME PATH (S)

FRAME PATH (S)

CONCRETE PATH CONCRETE PATH (S)(S)

INSULATION PATH (C)

GLAZING PATH (C)

GLAZING PATH (C)

INSULATION PATH INSULATION PATH (C)(C)

CONCRETE PATH (C)

FRAME PATH (C)

FRAME PATH (C)

CONCRETE PATH CONCRETE PATH (C)(C)

FRAME PATH (W) GLAZING PATH (S)

SLAB PATH (W) SLAB PATH (W) SLAB PATH SLAB PATH (S)(S) SLAB PATH SLAB PATH (C)(C)

INSULATION PATH (W) INSULATION PATH (W)

GLAZING PATH (W)

CONCRETE PATH (W)

FOUNDATION ABOVE GRADE

SPANDREL PATH (W) SPANDREL PATH (S) SPANDREL PATH (C)

GLAZING PATH (W)

INSULATION PATH (W)

ROOF

INSIDE 18C (W) 22C (S) 21C (C)

00

300mm Concrete

2800

1269.5

SOIL -9.5C (W) 26.2C (S) 10.5C (C)

400 400

SPANDREL PATH (W) SPANDREL PATH (W) SPANDREL PATH SPANDREL PATH (S)(S) SPANDREL PATH PATH (C)(C) SPANDREL

200mm Concrete 200mm Concrete

100mm Concrete

100mm Concrete 125mm Extruded Polystyrene 50mm Precast Concrete Composite Panel

50.00 3mm Glazing 13mm Air Space 54.28 3mm Glazing

4.700 2.300

ent

ROOF

119mm Aluminum Frame

99.98

0.200

(Below Grade)

2800 2800

19.05mm OSB Board 2mm Steel Sheet

ROOF ROOF

67.19

0.025

1264.277

3200 3200

CONCRETE PATH CONCRETE PATH (C)(C)

50mm Precast Concrete Composite Panel 25mm Extruded Polystyrene

Relative Humdity (%)

250mm Concrete

3600 3600

2800 2800

45mm Aluminum Frame

3mm Glazing 13mm Air Space INSULATION PATH INSULATION PATH (C)(C) 3mm Glazing

EXTERIOR WALL

50.00

rete

4000 4000

300mm Concrete

3200 3200

82.32

ded tyrene

50mm Precast Concrete

4000 4000 3600 3600

75mm Extruded Polystyrene 250mm Concrete Slab

GLAZING PATH (W) GLAZING PATH (W)

CONCRETE PATH CONCRETE PATH (S)(S)

DOOR

dation: Insulation Path (Below Grade)

INSIDE 18C (W) 22C (S) 21C (C)

100.01

100mm Concrete 125mm Extruded Polystyrene 50mm Precast Concrete Composite Panel

Relative Humdity (%)

0.043

INSIDE 18C (W) 22C (S) 21C (C)

400 400 55.24

dation: Concrete Path (Below Grade) Thickness, l (m)

SOIL -9.5C (W) 26.2C (S) 10.5C (C)

200mm Concrete

Frame

OUTSIDE 1200 1200 -20C (W)

INSULATION PATH INSULATION PATH (S)(S)

22C (S) 21C (C)

SLAB

INSIDE 18C (W) 22C (S) 45mm Aluminum 45mm Aluminum 21C (C) Frame Frame

SOIL -9.5C (W) 26.2C (S) 10.5C (C)

2800 2800

CONCRETE PATH (W) CONCRETE PATH (W)

30C (S) 0C (C)

INSIDE 18C (W) 22C (S) 21C (C)

3200 3200

INSULATION PATH (W) INSULATION PATH (W)

3mm Glazing

OUTSIDE -20C (W) 30C (S) 0C (C)

2000 2000

00

OUTSIDE -20C (W) OUTSIDE30C (S) INSIDE -20C (W) 0C (C) 18C (W)

FOUNDATION

19.05mm OSB Board 19.05mm OSB Board 2mm Steel Sheet 2mm Steel Sheet

3600 3600

2400 2400

DOOR

1600 1600 54.28

2290

26.596

INSIDE 18C (W) 22C (S) 21C (C) 3mm Glazing 3mm Glazing 13mm Space 13mm AirAir Space 3mm Glazing 3mm Glazing

19.05mm OSB Board 2mm Steel Sheet

WINDOW

99.98

2486

0.053

OUTSIDE -20C (W) 30C (S) 0C (C)

4000 4000

67.19

25mm Extruded Polystyrene

0.053

INSIDE 18C (W) 22C (S) 21C (C)

45mm Aluminum Frame

2400 2400

100mm Concrete

Saturated Pressure (Pa)

OUTSIDE -20C (W) 30C (S) 0C (C)

100mm Concrete 100mm Concrete 125mm Extruded Polystyrene 125mm Extruded Polystyrene 50mm Precast Concrete 50mm Precast Concrete Composite Panel Composite Panel

2000 2000 Saturated Relative 50mm Precast Concrete Pressure Humdity (%) Composite (Pa) Panel 119mm Aluminum

10.504 Temperature (C)

FOUNDATION ABOVE GRADE

50.00

1269.5

INSIDE 2120 18C (W) 1269.5 22C (S) 21C (C)

INSIDE 18C (W) 22C (S) 21C (C)

OUTSIDE -20C (W) 30C (S) 0C (C)

Relative 2800 2800 Humdity (%)

2486

1269.225 10.519 EXTERIOR WALL

Resistance, Rv Pressure (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa)

18.800

50mm Precast Concrete Composite Panel

ROOF

Relative 4000 4000 Humdity (%)

21 14.316

21

INSIDE INSIDE 18C(W) (W) 18C 22C(S) (S) 22C 21C(C) (C) 21C

200mm Concrete

INSIDE 18C (W) 22C (S) 21C (C)

35.96

1243.000

Temperature (C)

OUTSIDE OUTSIDE -20C(W) (W) -20C 30C(S) (S) 30C 0C(C) (C) 0C

3mm Glazing

502.584

1243.000

INSIDE INSIDE 18C(W) (W) 18C 22C(S) (S) 22C 21C(C) (C) 21C

75mm Extruded Polystyrene

OUTSIDE 50.00 -20C (W) 52.89 30C (S) 0C (C)

2180

Saturated Pressure (Pa)

OUTSIDE OUTSIDE -20C(W) (W) -20C 30C(S) (S) 30C 0C(C) (C) 0C

Relative Humdity (%)

502.584

Temperature (C)

INSIDE INSIDE 18C(W) (W) 18C 22C(S) (S) 22C 21C(C) (C) 21C

82.00 119mm Aluminum Frame

INSIDE 2486 18C (W) 2350 22C (S) 21C (C)

20.138

1243.000 21.277

0.011

0.053

Saturated Pressure (Pa)

21.000

OUTSIDE 1264.277 -20C (W) 1269.711 26.711 30C (S) 0C (C)

0.043

SPANDREL PANEL

OUTSIDE -20C (W) 30C (S) 0C (C)

50.00

840

18.779

Resistance, Rv Pressure (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa)

Slab (Below Grade)

Thickness, l (m)

OUTSIDE OUTSIDE -20C(W) (W) -20C 30C(S) (S) 30C 0C(C) (C) 0C

Relative Humdity (%)

2486

783.982

Resistance, Rv Pressure (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa)

23.500

Permability, m Permeance, M (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2)

82.00

1243.000

740.166

Foundation: Insulation Path (Below Grade) Element

CONCRETE PATH (C) 3mm Glazing 3mm Glazing

INSIDE INSIDE 18C(W) (W) 18C 22C(S) (S) 22C 21C(C) (C) 21C

-20C(W) (W) -20C

690 30C(S) (S) 72.59 30C

Saturated Pressure (Pa)

500.860

Foundation: Concrete Path (Below Grade)

INSIDE 81.06 18C 82.28(W) 22C (S) 21C (C)

1243.000

OUTSIDE78.67 OUTSIDE 1580

21

4.007

OUTSIDE 1243.000 -20C (W) 459.018 1243.000 30C (S) 0C (C)

-

Element

INSULATION PATH (C)

119mm Aluminum 119mm Aluminum Frame Frame

50.00

610.8 0C(C) (C) 0C

WALL 4.421

500.860

Resistance, Rv Pressure (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa)

15.667

Relative Humdity (%)

ded tyrene

dation (Above Grade)

Temperature (C)

EXTERIOR 1243.000

SLAB PATH (W) SLAB PATH (S) SLAB PATH (C)

DOOR DOOR

100mm Concrete 100mm Concrete

100mm Concrete

-

Element

82.00

rete Slab

100mm Concrete

742.140

Resistance, Rv Pressure (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa)

Foundation (Above Grade)

WINDOW 61.68

Frame

1.748 0.018

Relative Humdity (%)

1243.000

50mm Precast Concrete Resistance, Rv Pressure Composite Panel (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa)

500.860 500.860

0.008

100.81 Relative Humdity (%)

1243.000

Resistance, Rv Pressure (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa)

EXTERIOR WALL

-

ent

742.140

3380 Saturated Pressure (Pa)

1243.000

0.008

99.9563.10

0.903Saturated 648 77.29 Temperature Relative (C) Humdity (%) 82.00 0.002Pressure (Pa) 610.8

742.140

742.140

SPANDREL SPANDREL INSULATION PATH (S) PANEL PANEL CONCRETE PATH (W) CONCRETE PATH (S)

50mm Precast Concrete 50mm Precast Concrete Composite Panel Composite Panel 25mm Extruded Polystyrene 25mm Extruded Polystyrene

81.95 Relative Humdity (%)

2486

Roof

18.800 94.000

29.999 4243 69.91 Temperature Saturated Relative (C) Pressure (Pa) Humdity (%) Temperature 21Saturated 2486 Relative 50.00 (C) Pressure (Pa) Humdity (%) 17.267 1960 63.42 22 2643 50.00 17.173 1950 44.71 24.546 3080 42.91 0.996 650 134.14

13.841

15.000

15.000

-

2.300

504.580 2966.270

21

1243.000

4.700 4.700

Permability, m Permeance, M (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2)

70.50

610.8 Saturated Pressure (Pa)

1243.000

Resistance, Rv Pressure (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa)

133.333

0.075

738.420

710

0.018 Temperature (C)

INSULATION PATH (W)

WINDOW WINDOW

RISK OF CONDENSATION POINTS

0.067

0.250 0.050

-

rete

0.003

0.003

-

r Air Film

s

-

Glass

Thickness, l (m)

ent

: Glazing Path

Thickness, l (m)

Indoor Air Film

Indoor Air Film

Thickness, l (m)

-

Element

Element

0.043

2.125

500.560

Door: Glazing Path

50.00

1321.500

Indoor Air Film 1321.500 22 2643 50.00 drel Panel Concrete Thickness, l 0.200 4.700 1321.500 Temperature 22.444 Saturated 3700 35.72 Permability, m Permeance,23.500 M Resistance, 0.043 Rv Pressure1668.808 Relative ent (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2) (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa) (C) Pressure (Pa) Humdity (%) Extruded (m) 0.011 426.272 Polystyrene 0.025 2.300 92.000 2990.308 23.00621 2809 106.4550.00 r Air Film 1243.000 2486 0.053 2095.079 3416.579 26.198 3380 101.0887.84 Board 0.019 31.500 1657.895 0.001 0.671 1243.000 12.28 1415 Slab (Below Grade)0.002 Sheet 0.003 1.500 0.667 741.769 1242.329 2.129 710 174.98 Thickness, Permability, m Permeance, M Resistance, Rv Pressure Pressure Temperature Saturated Relative oor Air Element l (m) (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2) (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) (Pa) 500.560 (C) Humdity (%) 70.50 2.125Pressure (Pa) 710 Indoor Air Film 1321.500 22 2643 50.0081.95 0.667 742.440 500.560 0.018 610.8 0.053 2086.010 Concrete 0.250 4.700 18.800 1321.500 22.574 2700 48.94 : Frame Path

num e

0.045

-

0.086 1644.770 2966.270 Thickness, l Permability, m Permeance, M Resistance, Rv Pressure entFoundation (m)(Above Grade)(ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2) (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa) Thickness, Permability, m Permeance, M Resistance, Rv Pressure Pressure r Air Film 1243.000 Element l (m) (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2) (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) (Pa) s 0.003 0.400 2.500 371.070 1243.000 Indoor Air Film 1321.500 pace 0.013 0.000 0.000 0.000 871.930 Concrete 0.300 4.700 15.667 0.064 1644.215 1321.500 s 0.003 0.400 2.500 371.070 871.930 Outdoor Air oorFilm Air 2965.715 500.860 0.064 1644.215 2965.715 5.000 742.140 500.860 Foundation: Concrete Path (Below Grade) ow: Frame Path Thickness, Permability, m Permeance, M Resistance, Rv Pressure Pressure Permability, m Permeance, M Resistance, Rv Pressure Element Thickness, l (m)l (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2) (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) (Pa) ent (m) (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2) (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa) Indoor Air Film 1321.500 r Air Film 1243.000 0.043 2056.903 Concrete 0.200 4.700 23.500 1321.500 num 0.043 2056.903 3378.403 e 0.119 0.003 0.021 47.600 742.140 1243.000 Insulation Path (Below Grade) oorFoundation: Air 500.860 Thickness, Permability, m Permeance, M Resistance, Rv Pressure Pressure Element l (m) (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2) (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) (Pa) 500.860 47.600 742.140

742.440

Resistance, Rv Pressure (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa)

-

Thickness, Permability, m Permeance, M Resistance, Rv Pressure Pressure Temperature Saturated Relative 0.025 2.300 92.000 0.011 187.599 17.346Pressure (Pa) 1960 l (m) (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2) (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) (Pa) 875.786 (C) Humdity (%) 44.68

oorExtruded Air Polystyrene Outdoor Air Film ow: Glazing Path

oor Air

-

Permability, m Permeance, M (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2)

Studies of extreme winter and summer conditions show multiple planes of condensation in various parts of the built envelope. This is evidenced by the site photos, taken on a cold, dry winter day, which show condensation in between glass panes and show water retention in the pre-cast concrete panels under the window sill and near the joints. The changed to the program shows a growing need for workspace for the students. With such changes, the viability of the environmental systems currently in place is brought to MOISTURE ENVELOPE PROFILES question.

yrene Element astIndoor Air Film posite l Concrete Slab

oor Air

Element

1321.500 1243.000

Thickness, Permability, m Permeance, M Resistance, Rv Pressure Pressure Temperature Saturated Relative 0.136Pressure (Pa) 612 Element l (m) (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2) (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) (Pa) 498.593 (C) Humdity (%) 81.47 0.086 744.407 498.593 0.001 610.8 Indoor Air Film 1321.500 22 2643 50.0081.63 iorGlass Wall: Concrete Path 0.003 0.400 133.333 0.008 1648.600 1321.500 28.316 3880 34.06 Thickness, l Permability, m Permeance, M Resistance, Rv Pressure Temperature Saturated Relative Outdoor Air entFilm (m) (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2) (Pa*s*m^2/ng) Difference (Pa) Pressure (Pa) (C) (Pa) Humdity (%) 2970.100 28.474 Pressure3900 76.16 r Air Film 1243.000 2486 0.008 1648.600 2970.100 3021 4243 70.0050.00

oor Air

500.560 0.667

Thickness, l (m)

HEAT AND VAPOUR FLOW ANALYSIS

Indoor r Air FilmAir -Film

oor Air

-

2.129

Door: Frame Path Temperature Relative Temperature Saturated Saturated Relative (C) Pressure (Pa) (%)(%) (C) Pressure (Pa) Humdity Humdity

WINTER

0.667

PathPath iorDoor: Wall:Frame Insulation Thickness, Permability, Permeance, Resistance, Pressure Pressure Thickness, l Permability, m mPermeance, M MResistance, RvRvPressure Element (m) l (m) (ng/Pa*s*m) (ng/Pa*s*m^2) (ng/Pa*s*m^2)(Pa*s*m^2/ng) (Pa*s*m^2/ng)Difference Difference (Pa)Pressure (Pa) ent (ng/Pa*s*m) (Pa) (Pa)

SUMMER

-

RRENT

CURRENT

Outdoor Air Film

CONCRETE PATH (W) CONCRETE PATH (S) CONCRETE PATH (C)

EXTERIORWALL WALL EXTERIOR

1321.500

MDF Board

0

0

0

Relative Humdity (%)

CONCRETE PATH (W) CONCRETE PATH (W) INSULATION PATH INSULATION PATH (S)(S)

RISK OF OF CONDENSATION CONDENSATION POINTS POINTS RISK

FOUNDATION

SLAB 75mm Extruded Polystyrene 200mm Concrete

EXTERIORWALL WALL EXTERIOR 50mm Precast Concrete 50mm Precast Concrete Composite Panel Composite Panel 25mm Extruded Polystyrene 25mm Extruded Polystyrene 100mm Concrete 100mm Concrete

WINDOW WINDOW

SPANDREL SPANDREL PANEL PANEL

DOOR DOOR

ROOF ROOF

FOUNDATIONABOVE ABOVE FOUNDATION GRADE GRADE

FOUNDATION FOUNDATION

SLAB SLAB 75mm Extruded Polystyrene 75mm Extruded Polystyrene

119mm Aluminum 119mm Aluminum Frame Frame

200mm Concrete 200mm Concrete 3mm Glazing 3mm Glazing


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THE PAVILLION PLACEMENT IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FACT THAT IT IS BELOW 6M IN HEIGHT, AND ANY BUILT BELOW AGAIN, 6M INONE HEIGHT DOES NOT HAVE THE RESTRICTHE OPENINGS OF A BUILT FORM ARE GOVERNED BY THE FORM SETBACKS IS ENCOURAGED TO DELINEATE FRONTAGE OF THE Height ofLOT:TIONS residences buisnesses state FROM PROPERTY LINES AND SIGNIFICANT ADJACENTrestrictions BUILDINGS. ONE IF NOT WITH A BUILTand FORM, THAN WITH A 2.1M FENCE AROUND a ON PLACEMENT AND SETBACKS. CAN DESIGN A WALL WITH A 40% WINDOW TO WALL RATIO IF THE WALL IS SET BACK 3M FROM PROPERTY LINES AND ADJACENT BUILDINGS OR CAN DESIGN A WALL WITH A 100% WINDOW TO WALL RATIO IF PLACED 6M FROM PROPERTY LINES AND ADJACENT BUILDINGS.

OPEN PUBLIC AREAS AND A GATE THAT CAN CLOSE THIS SPACE AT NIGHT.

height limit of 15m, with the possibility of extending that height to 18m provided the last 3m are set back 30 degrees from the front of the lot. As well, it was restricted to build higher that the building south of the lot (highlighted in red).

AGAIN, ONE IS ENCOURAGED TO DELINEATE THE FRONTAGE OF THE LOT: IF NOT WITH A BUILT FORM, THAN WITH A 2.1M FENCE AROUND OPEN PUBLIC AREAS AND A GATE THAT CAN CLOSE THIS SPACE AT NIGHT.

THERE IS A BUS STOP ADJACENT TO THE LOT, SO PUBLIC AMENITIES WERE ENCOURAGED.

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THERE IS A BUS STOP ADJACENT TO THE LOT, SO PUBLIC AMENITIES WERE ENCOURAGED.

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BY CREATING A PEDESTRIAN PATH, WE OPEN UP THE POSSIBILITY TO BUILD ON MORE OF THE LOT, AS WE CAN NOW HAVE A BAND OF BUILT FORM ALL ALONG THE EDGE OF THE PATH. THUS, WE AND CAN BUISNESSES FIT MOST OFSTATE THE A HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS OF RESIDENCES AND INSTITUTIONAL HEIGHT LIMIT OF 15M, WITHINDUSTRIAL THE POSSIBILITY OF EXTENDING THAT PROGRAMS HEIGHT TO 18M PROVIDED THE LASTON 3MTHE ARE GROUND SET BACKFLOOR. 30 DEGREES

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FROM THE FRONT OF THE LOT. AS WELL, IT WAS RESTRICTED TO BUILD HIGHER THAT THE BUILDING SOUTH OF THE LOT (HIGHLIGHTED IN RED).


THE ‘E’ BAND IS AN INCENTIVE THROUGHOUT ALL PARISIAN BY-LAWS THAT TRIES TO KEEP THE FRONTAGE OF THE STREET. FOR SPECIFIC TYPOLOGIES, SUCH AS RESIDENCES AND BUSINESS, IF ONE BUILDS RIGHT UP TO THE STREET WITH A FORM OF A DEPTH OF 15M, ONE WOULD BE ABLE TO BUILD ON AN ADDITIONAL 30% OF THE LEFT OVER LAND. OTHERWISE, ONE COULD ONLY BUILD ON 30% OF THE LOT.

1ST FLOOR

THE OPENINGS OF A BUILT FORM ARE GOVERNED BY THE SETBACKS FROM PROPERTY LINES AND SIGNIFICANT ADJACENT BUILDINGS. ONE CAN DESIGN A WALL WITH A 40% WINDOW TO WALL RATIO IF THE WALL IS SET BACK 3M FROM PROPERTY LINES AND ADJACENT BUILDINGS OR CAN DESIGN A WALL WITH A 100% WINDOW TO WALL RATIO IF PLACED 6M FROM PROPERTY LINES AND ADJACENT BUILDINGS.

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AGAIN, ONE IS ENCOURAGED TO DELINEATE THE FRONTAGE OF THE LOT: IF NOT WITH A BUILT FORM, THAN WITH A 2.1M FENCE AROUND OPEN PUBLIC AREAS AND A GATE THAT CAN CLOSE THIS SPACE AT NIGHT.

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THERE IS A BUS STOP ADJACENT TO THE LOT, SO PUBLIC AMENITIES WERE ENCOURAGED.

Dentist and kinesitherapy reception Medical center reception Kinesitherapy office Dentist office Sanitation area Client information storage Employee change rooms Dentist storage Technical Room Garbage room with separate hazardous material storage Residence entrance with office directory 2 bedroom, 2 bath, live/work duplex Echography room Paediatrician Gynaecologist Dermatologist General medicine Infirmary reception Infirmary rooms Atelier reception Atelier Storage Cutting room Reparation atelier Washing room Hole punching room Stamping room Dyeing room Colour correcting room Employee washrooms/shower Atelier garbage room Residence entrance Parking entrance Atelier electrical room Residence electrical room Residence parking

HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS OF RESIDENCES AND BUISNESSES STATE A HEIGHT LIMIT OF 15M, WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF EXTENDING THAT HEIGHT TO 18M PROVIDED THE LAST 3M ARE SET BACK 30 DEGREES FROM THE FRONT OF THE LOT. AS WELL, IT WAS RESTRICTED TO BUILD HIGHER THAT THE BUILDING SOUTH OF THE LOT (HIGHLIGHTED IN RED).

URBAN LAW ofSTRATEGY Height restrictions residences and

buisnesses state aAS height limit of THE GARDEN A HUB 15m, with the possibility of extending that height to 18m provided the last 3m are set back 30 degrees from the front of the lot. As well, it was FOREST restricted to build higher that the building south of the lot (highlighted in red).

BY CREATING A PEDESTRIAN PATH, WE OPEN UP THE POSSIBILITY TO BUILD ON MORE OF THE LOT, AS WE CAN NOW HAVE A BAND OF BUILT FORM ALL ALONG THE EDGE OF THE PATH. THUS, WE CAN FIT MOST OF THE INDUSTRIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAMS ON THE GROUND FLOOR.

FOREST AND TREE AS Entrances into the residences are ACTIVATORS placed on every street-front, to maxi-

ENTRANCES INTO THE RESIDENCES ARE PLACED ON EVERY STREET-FRONT, TO MAXIMIZE STREET ACTIVITY.

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The bike path is placed right next to STONES TO CARVE the bus stop to continue the public CIRCULATION circulation. THE BIKE PATH IS PLACED RIGHT NEXT TO THE BUS STOP TO CONTINUE THE PUBLIC CIRCULATION.

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

The placement THEpavillion CANOPY TO is made possible by the fact that it is below 6m in SHELTER height, andPLACEMENT any built form below THE PAVILLION IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE 6m THAT IT IS BELOW 6M IN HEIGHT, AND ANY BUILT inFACT height does not have restrictions FORM BELOW 6M IN HEIGHT DOES NOT HAVE RESTRICTIONS ON PLACEMENT AND SETBACKS. on placement and setbacks.

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2 BED, 2 BATH: INDIVIDUAL UNITS+ COMMUNAL SPACE: This block focuses on providing homes for the elderly and disabled. With units that consist of private and communal spaces, the residence can live autonomously because they can look out for eachother.

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2ND FLOOR APARTEMENT TYPOLOGIES

2 BEDROOM. 1 BATH + 1 ADJOINING BACHELOR UNIT: This apartment block focuses on housing young students and entrepreneurs, With these units, a family has the option of sub-letting their seperate bachelor unit to young students and entrepreneurs. This way the family earns money on their property and students get to live affordably in Paris.

2 BED, 2 BATH: INDIVIDUAL UNITS+ COMMUNAL SPACE: This block focuses on providing homes for the elderly and disabled. With units that consist of private and communal spaces, the residence can live autonomously because they can look out for eachother.

3 BED, 2, BATH + LIVE/WORK AREA: This apartment block seeks to house young families with entrepreneurial caregivers. The units consist of work spaces that can be accessed from the front door, while also being secluded from the rest of the living spaces, and even further secluded from the sleep spaces, which are on another floor.


DETAIL AXONOMETRIC STRUCTURAL AXONOMETRIC

gravel, drainage barrier, rigid insulation (sloped to a drain) 100mm CLT floor

CLT TIMBER COLUMNS AND BEAMS

30mm parket wood finish, 120mm concrete, 150mm insulation w/radiant heading pipes, waterproof barrier, 100mm CLT floor

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CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE WALL AND FLOOR SLAB

75mm wood cladding, 100mm air space, weather barrier, 25mm plywood, batt insulation, lightwood framing, 25mm ply, 100mm gypsum

200mm cast-in-place concrete, 100mm rigid insulation, 200mm castin-place concrete

50mm vegetation, 100mm soil, 100mm drainage mat, waterproof barrier, rigid insulation (sloped to drain), 75mm CLT floor, 300mm batt insulation (CLT beams), 75mm ply, 25mm gypsum.

CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS AND FOOTING

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