The Food Lab

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AN ADAPTIVE REUSE 1001 WEST SENECA STREET ITHACA NEW YORK


WHY ADAPTIVE REUSE Design history records momentous breakthroughs and societal growth in our built environment. Such a crucial foundation is unfortunately often neglected in building demolition for designers to start on an empty canvas. The solution, however, is not to put an entire building into landfill but instead, recognize its historic value and preserve the building that embodies not only classical elements of architectural styles, but also the story that comes with their origin. As designers, it is our responsibility to build high performance buildings that create healthy and inclusive environments that are adaptable to an everchanging society. Adaptive Reuse is the most sustainable action designers can take towards a building. As Architect Carl Elefante says, “The greenest building is the one that already exists.� By repurposing a historic building to meet its new needs and functions of the space, we are able to create a more sustainable, timeless and innovative society together.


THE PROCEDURE THE ATOM Site Introduction + History Site Analysis + Building Character Why Molecular Gastronomy?

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CONCEPT Design Intent The Link: Steampunk Exterior Intervention Entrance Elevation Stacking Diagram

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THE NUCLEUS Level One: The Food Lab and The Assemblage Level Two: The Compound Level Three: Hydroponic Gardens and The Laboratory

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LEED CREDITS

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THE ATOM 1001 West Seneca Street represents so much more than its appearance as a three story brick building. More popularly known as the Sign Works Building, the complex is a footprint of the social, political, and historical changes in the area especially as part of the waterfront at the Finger Lakes. Beginning as a boatyard and then a piano factory to the Sign Works building, the building still stands highly recognizable with its ghost signs on its facade and location right off Seneca Street, one of the most historic streets of Ithaca. In addition to the many historical uses in the building, the site was also the intersection of the railroad that once crossed through Ithaca. This railroad made it possible for Ithaca to be a part of the industrial network of the Northeast United States by making Ithaca a main stopping point and manufacturing hub. This rich industrial history should be celebrated in the design process, to honor its past as a center of revolutionary changes while simultaneously blending into the upcoming development of the area.

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THE SITE 1001 West Seneca Street has many historic elements embedded within the building inside out that are worth commemorating as existing architectural elements that embody historic value. These particular elements are emphasized in the redesign of the building. Arched Windows These tall vertical windows with segmented arches and window hood ornamentation represent an industrial version of an Italianate style. Brick Facade with “Ghost� Signs This area where the railroad once crossed the inlet was an industrial center of the city for transportation and of the few buildings remaining from this historical period, this rectangular building is the most visible one with the painted lettering still apparent. Exterior pipes and exposed interior ceiling There are exterior downspouts, made of galvanized steel on the exterior. These exposed pipes can also be seen in the interior exposed ceiling. Wood/Steel Columns These large wooden chamfered columns were common in 19th Century industrial buildings with steel braces at the top of the column, secured using bolts. Prior to steel columns, these columns display a strong contrast of structural materials.

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Right by Cayuga Lake, one of the eleven Finger Lakes of New York State, the site sits in the West End Waterfront Development under Plan Ithaca, which strives to promote a more sustainable and engaging community at the waterfront. This area is currently undergoing drastic investment and development for mixed-use purposes to encourage the growth of housing, greenspaces, and more. Conveniently located near a bus stop and off the new Brindley Street Bridge, 1001 West Seneca Street has access to public transportation and also the traffic of the main road: West State Street. However, it requires a sharp turn in order to enter the complex. Available bike paths also lead into the area. Bike racks and parking spaces already exist on the site, suitable for the vehicular and foot traffic into the complex.

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FARM TO TABLE

ATOM TO TABLE

Given Ithaca’s local culture, it is no question that the city is full of farm to table restaurants. Sourcing food locally is not only sustainable, but it also brings the community together through the rich agricultural production on site. Coltivare, located in downtown Ithaca, is a great example of how involved a business can get with the food production in the Finger Lakes by combining their culinary expertise and partnership with the Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3).

Molecular Gastronomy is the science of cooking, specifically exploring the physical and chemical transformations that occur during the cooking process. For the past two decades, this discipline has been growing as boundaries have been pushed to explore the limitations as well as endless possibilities of food, to the atom. This study brings together the fields of technical, social, and artistic to present a new culinary experience.


DESIGN INTENT This project requests for the re-design of the historical Sign Works building. Its rich history of evolutionary changes are evident in the building’s existing structure and presents a unique set of challenges and opportunities for an adaptive reuse project. The design intent is to bring a new form of sustainable and educational activity to the west end, achieving its broader goals of the waterfront development of sustainability, equity, and collaboration. Local food and agriculture in Ithaca has been widely celebrated in the past and especially now having evolved over time in the foodservice management and hospitality sector. A more modern, scientific, and innovative approach to food can not only meet the market demand, but also reminisce the hands-on and collaborative cultural history of the Sign Works building. 11


INDUSTRIAL X MOLECULAR GASTRONOMY = STEAMPUNK

CONCEPT Steampunk is “a retrofuturistic subgenre of science fiction or science fantasy that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery.” Often set in Victorian England or America’s Wild West, steampunk originated in the 1980s as an “alternative Industrial Revolution,“ reimagining modern technology as “elaborate works of art, fashion, and mechanics.” The building’s railroad history had made Ithaca a main stopping point as well as a manufacturing hub. This industrial history in the Northeast United States, along with such revolutionary changes witnessed in the three story brick building, should be celebrated in the design process and steampunk is one that can connect the two. Similarly, molecular gastronomy is a relatively new discipline that combines the technical, artistic, and social - all that the building embodies as well. The experimental cuisine brings culinary surprises to the table through food science, a field that is unfamiliar to the area and can promote a more sustainable and engaging community at the waterfront (Plan Ithaca). These scientific and mystifying properties of molecular gastronomy make steampunk the ideal medium to connect the building to its new proposed use as an experimental culinary arts center.

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AN EXPERIMENTAL CULINARY ARTS CENTER

This center fuses the industrial history of the building with a modern twist of molecular gastronomy. Entering patrons will challenge their senses scientifically through the texture(technical), form(social), and aesthetic(artistic)* not only through the design of THE FOOD LAB but also an experiential dining experience in contemporary steampunk. *molecular gastronomy is widely recognized to have three components: technical, social, and artistic.

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SOUTH ELEVATION

Industrial windows with steel emphasizing the building’s industrial history.

Underlit gear installation leading to the entrance

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Underlit logo

Sheets of metal riveted with led reveals and hanging plants


ENTRANCE INTERIOR ELEVATION

Featuring Modo’s Geometric Global Glass light fixture

Welcome to The Food Lab branded entrance

Glass periodic table looking into the gastrobar

Chalkboard menu with today’s special

Hydroponic garden feature wall over Teknion Dip Bench

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HYDROPONIC GARDENS

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LABORATORY

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THE ASSEMBLAGE

XPERIENCED SCIENTISTS (SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR)

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LEVEL ONE ft. restaurant and private venue space The restaurant, THE FOOD LAB, is an experimental cuisine focused on the dining experience. With a prix fixe menu for the night, the restaurant tailors their menu to specific themes for the night, frequently mixing in steampunk with its more modern molecular gastronomy dishes. Patrons will experience the full journey from atom to table in their select courses in contemporary steampunk with a gastrobar for an alcoholic take. The venue space, THE ASSEMBLAGE, is not only a reservation space, but also a private dining experience. The space features a chef’s table, designed to interact with guests as they fill the room with a relaxed gastrobar. This experience is appointment only, best for those who want to take a closer look at the science behind food.

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THE ASSEMBLAGE BACK OF HOUSE

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The Food Lab Restaurant | The Assemblage

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RESTAURANT


Heritage/Candy Man Pallas Textiles

Nelson Swag Leg Herman Miller

Full Twist Herman Miller Whip in Path KnollTextiles

Happy Barstool Hightower

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LEVEL TWO ft. the culinary institute learning space Compound, often known as the union of separate elements in chemistry, also means putting together to form a whole. THE COMPOUND is the primary learning space for students who are passionate about the study of molecular gastronomy to come together and collaborate. This institute offers an amphitheater, lounge, culinary studio, and mixing room. In this study, students can also hold an establishment at THE ASSEMBLAGE, where professional guests are invited through collaborations to further connect the intersection between molecular gastronomy with the local Ithaca Community.

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THE COMPOUND CULINARY STUDIO

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MIXING ROOM

Culinary Studio | The Compound | Amphitheater

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AMPHI THEATER


ZigZag SONNEMAN

Lasso Lounge Herman Miller

Plasma Hightower

Insula Hightower

Sly Tables StudioTK

Penny Hightower

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Inside the Culinary Studio

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Working space featuring the Herman Miller’s Magis Steelwood Chair

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LEVEL THREE ft. hydroponic gardens and the laboratory The most revolutionary changes come from research. As a facility who seeks to put themselves at the forefront of experimental dining experiences, THE LABORATORY and HYDROPONIC GARDENS on the third floor is the nucleus of the complex. Hydroponic gardens on the top floor with skylights breathe fresh air into the historic building while the adjacent laboratory allows students to take on a research role in molecular gastronomy. Growing from scratch on the third floor, learning the limitations as well as endless possibilities of food on the second floor, and engaging in the sensory dining experience on the first floor is the level by level mission of THE FOOD LAB.

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EMPLOYEE LOUNGE SKYLIGHT

SKYLIGHT HYDROPONIC GARDENS

LEVEL THREE

THE LABORATORY CONFERENCE ROOM

Hydroponic Gardens | Employee Lounge | Conference Room | The Laboratory

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Skylights NIC

Didi Hightower

Lasso Lounge Herman Miller

Plasma Hightower

Sly Tables StudioTK

Prospect Herman Miller

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LEED CREDITS

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LOCATION AND TRANSPORTATION LEED for Neighborhood Development 18 Location Surrounding Density and Diverse 8 Uses Access to Quality Transit 7 Bicycle Facilities 1 WATER EFFICIENCY Indoor Water Use Reduction 10 ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE Optimize Energy Performance 15 Renewable Energy Production 3 Enhanced Refigerant Management 1 Green Power and Carbon Offsets 2 MATERIALS AND RESOURCES Building Product Disclosure and Optimization Sourcing of Raw Materials Material Ingredients

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INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Low-Emitting Materials 3 Thermal Comfort 1 Interior Lighting 2 Daylight 3 Acoustic Performance 2 INNOVATION Innovation

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