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Collin Janke Master of Architecture University of Oregon 2013


Continuing a History of Gathering the NORDIC HERITAGE MUSEUM for the Preservation of Heritage, by the promting of social gathering, and conservation of artifacts. Where Heritage is sustained by the Gathering of Sun, Wind, and Water.

BALLARD, WASHINGTON, USA

SITE BURKE GILMAN TRAIL BOTANICAL GARDENS

BALLARD LOCKS


Seattle Wind Rose

FALL

Winter

Spring

Summer

Ballard

Ballard

Ballard

Birke-Gilman Trail

Outdoor Event Space

Rapid Growth

Waterfront Remediation Bioswales

65’ 2014 50’ 2025

15’ 2013

SALMON LADDER

Future scale of downtown Ballard, 2025

Since 2000,the Ballard population has grown by 25% vs. an 8% growth in the city of Seattle.

Bioswales treat and return water to river

Boardwalk Vista


LILY PADS

Resting on the Lilly Pads: Provides Prospect, Light, & Ventilation Pathways.

The Podium

Provides a starting point for access to museum exhibits, that are accessed through the jogging wall.

CONNECT to THE BURKE Create a Gateway

that connects Market St. to the Burke Gillman Trail, and locates a plaza flanked by the lobby, auditorium, and lawn.

Gathering Site Resources

ENGAGE the WATER SHED

BALANCE ENERGY

Use the length of the site to collect rain water on a long roof, reuse grey-water and treat runoff in a long bioswale that engages people on a natural edge along the Burke Gilman

Assemble a high performance envelope that optimizes daylighitng, prevents thermal bridging, and permits natural ventilation to reduce energy loads. Then collect enough Solar power to balance yearly onsite energy production.

trail.

against energy use.

THE GATEWAY

a place for gathering, supported by plaza flanked by the auditorium, and Lobby and lawn.

The Wall

Create a threshold between insulated archival museum spaces, and daylit community spaces. Establish clear ciculation that moves along the wall. Salmon Bay

Conceptual Massing Model Foam, Chipboard, Pins, Thread, Photoshop


explore. Design by Section The conceptual design pursued a design methodology that emphasized architectural space, comfort, and sustainability through the lens of the building section. Painting small vigne`ttes makes a quick study of relationships between interior, and exterior daylighting, and transitions between conditioned and unconditioned

develop.

01 Expanding the Section

Sectional Vignettes

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build.

test.

Structure: Assemblies

Analysis Energy Model

03

integrate. Integrated Design : Refined Sections : Enclosure detailing

Digital energy model in Design Builder, accounted for energy loads in the building to calculate a energy utilization index based on construction quality and building massing.

Daylighting Model

Constructed a 3/8”=1’ bay model that was tested under the artificial sky in the lighting lab. Three facade glazing ratio’s were analyzed to inform the design of the envelope.

173 lux

203 lux

DF 2.3

DF 2.6

558 lux DF 7.25

308 lux

DF 1 77 lux

555 lux DF 7.2

693 lux

986 lux

723 lux

DF 13.6 1048 lux

598 lux

69 lux

197 lux

308 lux

DF8.75

600 lux

62 lux DF 0.9

193 lux

DF 3.5

270 lux

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2 x 5 photovoltaic panels standing seam metal roof

THE SCREEN

A SWITCH for LIGHT & AIR

THE FILTER

Circulates People, Heat & Humidity

THE VAULT

Controls Humidity, Temperature, and Light.

12” polyiso roof insulation moisture barrier 1/2” plywood 3” metal decking

LIGHT

Vented Skylight with Insulated Louver

metal flashing

PRESERVE

Eave Protects Summmer Sun Angles For Preservation of Artifacts

COLLECT gutter

Solar Radiation for Electricity Grey Water & Irrigation

4 “ HSS with 3” rigid insulation W 21 steel frame W 12 beam fiberglass clerestory window

SHADE

INSULATE

Low Glazing to Wall Ratio Minimizes Heat Loss and Extreme Heat Gain Operable Insulative Panels Insulate during Winter

6” sliding insulated panel (rigid) on steel track corten louver system

W 12 x 22 fiberglass curtain wall

VENTILATE

Cool Wind from Salmon Bay

STORE

COLLECT & EXHIBIT RAINWATER

3 x blocking 10” SIP steel angle plate corten rainscreen

Decsiccant Wheel Energy Recovery Ventilator Air Conditioner

Trees & Louvers Shade Building in Summer Allow light in Winter

steel angle plate

plastered gymboard suspended ceiling

CONDITION

Environmental Control Strategies Sketchup, Adobe Illustrator-photoshop

CONTROL HUMIDITY

Humid Air Intake Fan Control Relative Humidity with Unfired Clay Bricks

DISTRIBUTE Plumbing & Electrical Chases

STABALIZE TEMPERATURE On demand electric radiator Radiant Heating Capture Heat from Rain Water Cisterns with Heat Pump


open to below

cafe

patio

open to below

gift shop

temporary gallery

class

class

patio

crate storage

open to below

promise of the paciďŹ c northwest galleries

exhibit storage

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manager open ofďŹ ce

temporary gallery

dream of america class

kitchen

auditorium

collections workroom & equipment storage

open to below

storage

open to below

open to below

Level 03

cultural resource

folk galleries

heritage galleries

open to below

cafe

Level 02

Level 01 kitchen

auditorium

exhibit prep

exhibit storage

lounge

patio

open to below

gift shop

temporary gallery

temporary gallery

class

dream of america

board room

class

crate storage

Nordic Heritage Museum Plans

collections workroom AutoCAD class & equipment storage

storage


1/16� site Model Rhino, laser cutter Plywood base, Museum board, Basswood, Acrylic


ROOF: METRICS

Annual Energy Use Vs. Production 60 kWh

Roof Area: 27,000 Sq.ft # of PV panels: 1800

50 kWh

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40 kWh

floor area:

30 kWh

Generate:

20 kWh

55,000 sq.ft

416,595 KWh/yr

(predicted by National

Renewable Energy Laboratory)

10 kWh

SOLAR RESOURCES

10 kWh

FLOOR AREA

ROOF AREA

EUI:

(energy loads predicted by design

builder software)

60 kWh

30 kWh 50 kWh 40 kWh

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Building Massing: size & orient the roof based on solar

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Energy production Intensity annual kBTU/bldg s.f. ( kWh/m2)

CARVED by the forces of SUN, museum ENERGY LOADS, and ability to SHELTER a PLAZA for GATHERING at the ENTRY.

Surface Area

20 kWh

PV Required

THE ROOF:

Energy Use - Production

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322,391 KWh/yr 20 Kbtu/yr

Consume:

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Podium Display:

garmets & tools of the trade

Sensitive Artifacts: Cabinet Display

View from Dream of America Exhibit Sketchup, Hand Render, Photoshop

Exhibit Strategies AutoCad, Adobe Illustrator Illustrator, Hand Render

Vertical Pictorial Display

Hanging Objects: large non-sensitive

Exterior Exhibit: Historic Industry


TEMPORARY EXHIBIT 30-50 LUX

THE VAULT: strategies for daylighting and preservation 1

Zone artifacts based on sensitivity to light

2

Select UV absorbent glazing

3

Establish curatorial lighting diets for artifacts

4

Provide operable louvers that reflect direct glare

5

Provide engaging storage for ultra sensitive artifacts


Cricket: Built up insulation 4” Pre Cast Concrete Panels 6” Light Gauge Steel Wall

LOW SHGC Glazing Low UV Transmitance metal flashing 6” Light Gauge Steel framing Aluminum Louvers 6” insulated louver on steel pivot 2 x 5 photovoltaic panels standing seam metal roof

moisture barrier 1/2” plywood 12” polyiso roof insulation 3” metal decking W 21 steel frame W 17 Steal Wide Flange

Key Section for Details Autocad


Collin Janke Toshi Woudenberg

Lexie Costic

What was an initial schematic design charette for the Nordic Heritage Museum turned into a terminal project collaboration between Lexie Costic, Toshi Woudenberg, and myself. From the beginning we worked hard to develop each others strengths and be each others teachers. Or goal from the was to integrate material studies with analogue and digital drawings, model making and energy analysis. Toshi and I worked to develop a process for model making and drawing that alternated between digital and analogue processes. Lexi the great coordinator, worked to make details fit together. At our best we wove together both a process and product of architecture that we would never have created on our own. Our working method focused on setting design priorities during group meetings, then breaking away to make design iterations that were then rolled through discussion. The most promising ideas, and design responses were collaged into the scheme during concept, energy, landscape, enclosure, and structural design phases.

Section sequence study Rhinocerous, Lasercutter 12 Acrylic Panels threaded by Wooden Dowell

1/4� model of Entry & Outdoor Plaza Rhinocerous, Lasercutter Plywood, museum board


GRANVILLE ISLAND SHOP FRONT


Cam Arm Diagram Pencil on Paper

Required Work Vs. Work Provided by Counterweight Rhino, Illustrator

30.07¬

Handle Detail Rhino, CNC Milling Steel Bolts, Birch Plywood Bycycle Chain

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29

Shoulder Gear Detail Rhino, CNC Milling Steel Bolts,Birch Plywood Bycycle Chain

28

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Granville Island, Vancouver BC. Canada

the WORKSHOP building. LAT’:49’ N TYPE:Light Industrial Workshops SIZE:20,000 sq-ft SITE:Johnston St. | Vancouver BC

Timber frame Structure Axonometric Sketchup-photoshop

Atmosphere_the unfolding The WORKSHOP building is a winding place that reveals places within places. Overtime the market unfolds along an edge like pike place market, is thick with buzzing, chopping, grinding, and exchange. People work late into the night. Spaces expand and contract. The ground is hard the walls are soft. The nights are long, and the mornings slow. The weekends are for business, and classes while the weekdays are for making. There are rooted veterans among curious visitors.

Site on Granville Island Pencil on Trace with photo underlay

Site Axon of Outdoor Plaza Watercolor & Ink on Paper


Granville Island, Vancouver BC. Canada

the WORKSHOP building.

Secition Perspective showing covered Workshops and Studios sketchup, hand render

Secition Perspective showing Entry Atrium Sketchup, hand render


Granville Island, Vancouver BC. Canada

the WORKSHOP building. Exterior Perspective | Section Perspective Corlored Pencil | Marker


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L. 02

Section Perpective: Entry, Atrium, Outdoor Space Sketchup, Photoshop Process Plans Colored Pencil Copic marker

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CROSSWORKS DISTRICT Minneapolis, Minnesota

Driven by Values:

Employ building strategies that support a durable economy, balanced community, and integrate natural habitat.

Engage Urban Frameworks:

Crossworks connects surrounding neighborhoods by CROSSING the Grand Rounds and nicollete Mall, facilitating access to amenities via vibrant human spaces.

Clarify the Urban Realm:

Enhance the green and urban grid. Promote connections between the stadium to downtown, and the community to the riverfront.

Urban Land Institute Competition Sketchup, Photoshop, Illustrator, CAD


Constructing Architecture : KANAK CENTER Case Study : Renzo Piano at New Caledonia

Meeting the Ground Detail Pen on Paper

Turning the Corner Detail Pen on Paper


SPRINGFIELD LIBRARY Internet Media

42.60

UP 22.10

42.60

128.00

66.04

42.60

UP

Childrens Space

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22.10 66.04

42.60

22.10

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Lobby / Cafe / Restrooms Lobby / Cafe / Restrooms

Meeting Space // Big & Small Meeting Space // Big & Small

66.00

66.00

66.00

42.60

Meeting - Event Space

Childrens Space

43.68

Lobby - Cafe

PROGRAM L2

128.00

PROGRAM L1 66.00

Teen Space

22.10

Childrens Reading

PROGRAM L2

66.00 42.60

Teen Space

Teen Space

PROGRAM L1

Internet Media

42.60

Internet Media

128.00

128.00

43.68

42.60

66.00

42.60

Staff // Book ReturnStaff // Book Return

22.10

22.10 66.04 22.10

22.10 66.04

42.60

42.60

Staff Book Return

42.60

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42.60

128.58

42.60

128.58

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Adult Reading Room

132.00

132.00

Adult Services

Adult Services

LIBRARY SITE (NEDCO) NEIGHBORHOOD ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

JUSTICE CENTER

CITY HALL CURRENT SITE OF LIBRARY

(EMX) BUS STATION

BOOTH KELLY COMPLEX

Site Plan Ink on Vellum Illustrator

springfield oregon

First Floor Plan Ink on Vellum

Assembly Model Foam Core Bass wood Colored Paper


SPRINGFIELD LIBRARY

SOUTH TO NORTH SECTION PERSPECTIVE rhino Illustrator


SPRINGFIELD LIBRARY

East to West Section Perspective rhino Illustrator


Implicit Goals design Bridge: Natural Playscapes

A design build outdoor play area at the Spencerview Community Co-op, Eugene OR

Dug out hide out look out Program Section Marker on paper

kids are the authors of thier own learning. Exercise gross motor skills. Provide a variety of spatial experiences. Allow for a manipulatable environment.

Explicit Goals

Rain garden + Crows Nest + Bike Loop + Climbing + Loose Parts & Totems Playscape Plan Colored Pencil on Paper Autocad

Solve site drainage issues. Create rainwater catchment system. Develop a bike loop around the site. Address the need for safe climbing. Provide shade, and rain cover.


Design Bridge: Natural Playscapes

A design build outdoor play area at the Spencerview Community Co-op, Eugene OR

Crows Nest Lamella structure Rhino, Maxwell, Photoshop Entry view to the Playscape Perspective Pencil on paper Playscape Covered Shelter + Crows Nest Under Construction Installing Roof Note Temporary Bracing

Totem Vignettes Ink| Colored Pencil Photoshop

Peg Board for Loose Parts: Rope + Cork As-built on site


Construction Internship: Bay Area Hospital Expansion Site : TYPE : SIZE : Architect : Engineer: Contractor:

Coos Bay, Oregon, 44’ N, Hospital 110,000 sq/ft ZGF KPFF Hoffman Construction

Observed Construction: Sequencing-Logistics-Methods: Excavation, Foundation form-work, Concrete Pours Steel Erection, Enclosure & Roofing Detailing,

As-Built Dimension Checking Confirmed as-built site dimensions for RFI communications with architect and Engineer.

Surveying Benchmarking Reference Elevations Staking out Form-vwork locations


Collin Janke

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