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DESIGN39CAMPUS

CASE STUDY


Client: Location:

Poway Unified School District San Diego, CA

Design Team Architecture: Structural: Mechanical: Electrical: Civil: Landscape: Fire Protection: Food Service: Acoustics: Commissioning: Environmental:

BakerNowicki Design Studio, LLP KNA Consulting Engineers Dufoe Consulting Engineers Johnson Consulting Engineers, Inc. Burkett & Wong Engineers Nowell & Associates Millennium Fire Protection Orness Design Group, Inc. Acoustic Dimensions TMCx Solutions, LLC The Planning Center

Project Data Construction Dates: Construction Costs: Building Area: Site Area: Enrollment Capacity:

2013-2014 $56,000,000 156,000 SF 22 Acres 1,500 Students

Copyright © 2014 By: BakerNowicki Design Studio, LLP All rights reserved Photography By: Zack Benson Photography Photography By Zack Benson ©


INTEGRATION FLEXIBILITY COLLABORATION

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DESIGN39CAMPUS The planning for Design39Campus focused on three primary pillars for design: Integration – Flexibility – Collaboration. Realizing the uniqueness of this new delivery of education, PUSD focused on creating a “DesignThinking Environment” that will “Change the way we d o s c h o o l ” . To s u p p o r t t h i s v i s i o n , t h e d e s i g n o f t h e campus provides innovative approaches to meet the learning needs of each student by: • E mploying flexible instructional settings that foster student choice and ownership of learning. • Promoting creativity, collaboration, and adaptation of learning into the daily work of students. • Integration of mobile, digital technology and content to create engaging, learning-centered environments • Accommodate flexible strategies to support the needs of different types of learners • Develop daily opportunities for project based learning.


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Collaborative: Symposium Our design process successfully integrated the full involvement and interaction of key project stakeholders. Their direct involvement in the design process provided essential insights and contributed to the development of a shared solution that responds to the District and Community vision for this new campus. The Design Symposium included three days of active participation of Subject-Matter Experts, District instructional and administrative staff, maintenance and operations, community leaders, and design professionals. To broaden community input and provide an on-going platform for sharing and evaluating ideas on a community level, we also established a social network of ideas and feedback. This social network was set up by BakerNowicki Design Studio as a Facebook account that

allowed for the attendees to monitor on-going design progress and make additional comments following the Design Symposium. The process encompasses four primary areas of exploration, evaluation and envisioning:

GOALS of every client are unique and ultimately define the desired outcome if each design opportunity. These goals are used throughout the process as a constant guide to ensure that the strategic vision is followed. FACTS are the fixed parameters that influence any final solution. The facts of the project outline the project’s physical features, systems and conditions as well as

regulatory influences. NEEDS are issues identified by Stakeholders that are collected, analyzed and interpreted through design exploration in pursuit of the client’s stated goals. These resulted in confirmation of detailed outline of programs, required spaces, and operational requirements. CONCEPTS are graphical ideas that illustrate design responses to space needs, functional adjacencies, egress and ingress issues, and approaches to address operational efficiency. The success of the planning process is guided by the GOALS discussed at the onset of the project, shaped by the FACTS, driven by the NEEDS, and innovatively resolved through the CONCEPTS.


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COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS The Black Mountain Ranch North Village SubArea Plan is intended to create a walkable, mixed-use community. The primary circulation corridor through the Town Center became an important design driver in the planning layout for the campus. The physical plan of the campus responds specifically to the geometry of the proposed circulation element of the community plan. The design of the campus Main Street Promenade is an extension of the curved geometry of the primary pathway through the adjacent village plan, reinforcing the community connection and access to the campus.

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Park

Park/Trails

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Adjacent Housing


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Multi Purpose Room Gym Pavilion Food Services Amphitheater & Outdoor Dining

8. Fitness Equipment 9. Fields 10. Fitness Trail 11. Hard Courts

12. Main Entry 13. Bus Loop 14. Kindergarten Drop Off


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CAMPUS SYNERGY The campus plan is focused on the integration of multiple facets of the learning experience. Blending of indoor and outdoor activities, academic and project-based learning spaces, intellectual and social development, physical education and lifelong fitness. Together these strategies offer a dynamic environment that will engage students in the learning process.

Student Center

Fitness Social Hub

Public Dining

Admin

Performance


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Innovative: Campus Planning MAIN STREET PROMENADE

As an idealized extension of the neighboring community circulation element, the Main Street Promenade is the activated pathway to all areas of the campus. The space provides an outdoor extension of the learning villages for students, display of student works for visitors, and supervisory control for campus administration.

Mixed Use Transit Center Employment Employment Housing

Mixed Use Housing

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MAIN STREET

Del Norte High School

NEIGHBORHOOD

“MAIN STREET” CONNECTS THE CAMPUS TO THE URBAN PLAN

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Innovative: Building Planning Multiple Scales of Instruction Connectivity Between Spaces Learning Occurs In Every Space

LEGEND Classrooms Flexible Classrooms Multi Use Labs Collaboration Rooms

Mobile Teacher’s Stations

Digital Display

Tablets

Collaboration Walls

Instruction

Development

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Innovative Flexible Planning Flexible planning concepts respond to the ever-changing learning environment of the future: • The linear village plan will accommodate shifting of pivotal teaching stations during enrollment shifts. • Multi-use labs are included in each learning village to provide shared space for project-based learning.

• Operable walls are provided between paired CR’s in each village for flexible group sizes & activities. • Each village provides large and small collaboration spaces as an extension of the teaching environment.


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MID LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

CLASSROOMS

COLLABORATION ROOMS

LABS

MAIN STREET

SUPPORT FACILITIES


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STUDENT INFORMATION CENTER The traditional passive library has been transformed into an active student information center. The flexible student centered space is multi-level. The upper area is the Loft that is a large open space with movable furniture allowing for varied configurations. The lower area is the Gallery space and is used to display student work through the video wall. The space can accommodate large groups for a presentation or can just be a cool place for students to hang out informally.

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Integrated Technologies


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REDUCE ENERGY USE

35%

REDUCE WATER USE

30%

Energy Efficient Systems

Low Flow and Water Efficient

View Windows

Ventilation / Indoor Air Qual-

Bioswale

Recycled Materials

Energy Efficient Lights/Occupancy

Enhanced Acoustics

Enhanced Commissioning


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Systems Integration Sun Shading Features Cool Roof


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ABOUT BAKERNOWICKI DESIGN STUDIO The Baker Nowicki Design Studio team offers over 25 years of specialized services in the design of educational and municipal facilities. Headquartered in San Diego, California, the firm was formed by in 2011 by Jon Baker, FAIA, Richard Nowicki, AIA and Buddy Gessel, AIA. The firm’s principals have worked in partnership for over 15 years and have successfully completed over 100 projects for dozens of public and private educational clients. BakerNowicki Design Studio is dedicated to innovative designs based on conceptual approaches that integrate context, form and experience. Each project is a synergy of the idealized (desire) and the circumstantial (need). Each project presents an opportunity to integrate environments and people. Services are tailored to respond to the specific needs of clients and circumstances. The ability to identify unique solutions to complex project challenges has led to many innovative concepts that address programmatic needs, solve challenging project delivery issues and meet tough budget limitations. Essential to our creative process is the design of spaces that meet the needs of those for whom they are intended. Our desire is to design facilities that will provide memorable and positive experiences to all .

Design Leadership. •

Actively listen to the client’s needs and wishes.

Work with urgency and make the client’s pressures our own.

Recognize that quality and innovation depend on rigor and exploration.

Foster an Accountability Culture for promise and commitment.


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C O L L A B O R AT I V E

Architecture Design & Engineering Interior Design Construction Administration

INTEGRATED

Cost Estimating

Planning Feasibility & Site Selection Project Financial Analysis

I N N O VAT I V E

Master Planning

Education Funding OPSC Eligibility & Application Processing

SUSTAINABLE

IPP & FPP development

Regulatory Processing State and Local Agency Approvals

Integrated Processes Building Information Modeling Energy Modeling: BIM Sustainable Design Life Cycle Cost Analysis


NOTES


collaborative integrated innovative sustainable

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