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Conoco Phillips Campus

CAMPUS ROAD

S 88TH STREET

Louisville, CO Unbuilt SECURITY FENCE

JUMPING MOUSE HABITAT:

PICNIC MEADOW

COTTONWOODS, GAMBEL OAK PEACHLEAF WILLOW PONDEROSA PINE ALDER

1.2M SF (phase I) 5M SF (full phase)

WETLANDS

PRAIRIE

2008 PageSoutherlandPage

NW PKWY

HIGH PLAINS GRASSLAND

GRAMA-BUFFALO GRASS

HOTEL

CONTEMPLATIVE GARDENS

Team Designer RETAIL SECURITY BOOTH

NF

OO THI

LLS

VISITORS’ CENTER

HW

Y

EXPERIMENTAL LANDSCAPE/ POWER GENERATION S 96TH STREET

EXISTING POWER PLANT

DEN

VER

PICNIC / PASSIVE RECREATION

BOU

LDE

RT

URN

PIKE

WETLANDS/ RESERVOIR

Full phase campus masterplan

PHASE 4

PH 2 BUILDINGS COTTONWOODS, GAMBEL OAK PEACHLEAF WILLOW PONDEROSA PINE ALDER

SECURITY FENCE

WETLANDS

PRAIRIE

EXPERIMENTAL LANDSCAPE/ POWER GENERATION

DENV

PICNIC / PASSIVE RECREATION

CONFERENCE

TUR

NPIKE

WETLANDS/ RESERVOIR

N

ER

BOULD

ER

CAFE

IRRIGATED LAWN

VISITORS’ CENTER

HW

Y

EXPERIMENTAL LANDSCAPE/ POWER GENERATION EXISTING POWER PLANT

PICNIC / PASSIVE RECREATION

TUR

NPIKE

PRAIRIE

DENV

ER

BOULD

ER

TUR

NPIKE

WETLANDS/ RESERVOIR

1:600 SCALE

PHASE 2

PHASE 1

LLS

WETLANDS/ RESERVOIR

N

1:600 SCALE

OTHI

S 96TH STREET

ER

S 96TH STREET

CONTEMPLATIVE GARDENS

EXISTING POWER PLANT

SECURITY BOOTH

N FO

VISITORS’ CENTER

Y

The majority of the site was left undeveloped, providing generous space for outdoor recreation as well as preservation of natural habitat for several species of plants and wildlife.

PHASE 3

LAB

NATIVE MEADOW GREEN ROOF

INFORMAL LAWN

Phase I site plan

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ULD

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TUR

NPI

KE

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As one of the goals of the campus was to drive development of efficiency systems and alternative energy sources, it was imperative that the campus structures themselves embraced contemporary architectural technology systems. Both the laboratory and office facade systems were case studies in somewhat varying approaches to efficient glazing systems. The laboratory skin design consisted of a double, ventilated glass facade with automatic operable lites to assist with AMPHITHEATER interstitial air flow, as well as integral horizontal blinds and rolling solar shades.

OFFICE

VER

The parti for the campus master plan was a series of linear structures that cluster themselves along the high point of property, alongside and above the adjacent highway. Each building would be paired with others, creating a pedestrian avenue between them that linked all parts of the campus, inviting interdisciplinary interaction and creating opportunities for intimate spaces within a large campus. These linear pairs oriented themselves along the natural topography of the site, creating a formal arrangement of built program driven directly by the characteristics of the topography. Parking was designed to be structured beneath the buildings and public plazas, hidden from view.

N

OFFICE

DEN

GRAMA-BUFFALO GRASS

RETAIL

ENTRY PLAZA

HW

HIGH PLAINS GRASSLAND HOTEL

CONTEMPLATIVE GARDENS

EXPERIMENTAL LANDSCAPE/ POWER GENERATION S 96TH STREET

1:600 SCALE

NW PKWY

NW PKWY

NW PKWY

LLS

Y

BOULD

WETLANDS

PRAIRIE

GRAMA-BUFFALO GRASS

SECURITY BOOTH

OTHI

HW

ER

COTTONWOODS, GAMBEL OAK PEACHLEAF WILLOW PONDEROSA PINE ALDER

RETAIL

OTHI

DENV

JUMPING MOUSE HABITAT:

PICNIC MEADOW

HIGH PLAINS GRASSLAND HOTEL

N FO

EXISTING POWER PLANT

SECURITY FENCE

WETLANDS

CONTEMPLATIVE GARDENS

N FO

PICNIC / PASSIVE RECREATION

COTTONWOODS, GAMBEL OAK PEACHLEAF WILLOW PONDEROSA PINE ALDER

PRAIRIE

HIGH PLAINS GRASSLAND

GRAMA-BUFFALO GRASS

ATHLETIC CENTER

CONTEMPLATIVE GARDENS

JUMPING MOUSE HABITAT:

PICNIC MEADOW

S 88TH STREET

JUMPING MOUSE HABITAT:

PICNIC MEADOW

LLS

CAMPUS ROAD

CAMPUS ROAD

SECURITY FENCE

S 88TH STREET

S 88TH STREET

CAMPUS ROAD

PH 3 BUILDINGS

PageSoutherlandPage was asked by ConocoPhillips to participate in a competition to design a large corporate campus between Boulder and Denver Colorado, on a 432 acre plot they had recently purchased. To be constructed in several phases, this development was intended to provide space for their research and development teams, conferences and seminars, hospitality, general offices, and for potential future relocation of their entire headquarters. Partnering with Hargreaves Associates, PSP developed a master plan for full phase buildout, as well as a more detailed design study for phase I construction, which was to include a hotel and conference center, offices, and laboratories.

OFFICE

The office facade system was designed around vertical strips of building integrated photovoltaics. Paired with these were continuous horizontal exterior shades and interior light shelves, as well as a non uniform distribution of porous vertical shades clipped to the curtainwall. Multistory winter gardens punctuated this facade, and were to assist with local natural ventilation. Both systems employed under floor climate delivery systems.

Portfolio 2016  

Cory Boden

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