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Daniel Aughenbaugh 25 E. 24th Avenue Eugene, Oregon 97405 danaughenbaugh@gmail.com

541.232.5394

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media lab _cultural

skytrain _infrastructure

altruistic urbanism _urbanism

mohawk youth center _community

enclosures _details

professional work _high performance design

research _thermal comfort + biology


03 media lab environmental media generator eugene, oregon 2013 winter hearth

summer pavilion how do you reconnect a city to its river? to recenter the culture of eugene on the willamette river, environmental art is generated in the winter and showcased on the riverfront in summer. in winter, the program contracts into the enclosure. artists and environmental researchers spend these months collaborating together to turn environmental data into art-film, music, sculpture, installation, graphic design, etc. a variety of work spaces are created to maximize interaction between the artists and the researchers. during summer, the program expands throughout the riverbank. the media projects are harvested to be the anchor events throughout the summer. the start of summer is marked by the opening of the architecture-releasing the events and giving passage to river and the park beyond.

city

river

art

science

summer pavilion


concept modelsn stormwater filtration stormwater filtration stormwater filtration

site plan transit potential transit potential transit potential

GONDOLA [PARK]ING

void space [existing] space [existing] void void space [existing]

existing void space

defined street space [masterplan] seasonal event park event [addendum] defined street space [masterplan] seasonal [addendum] defined street space [masterplan] seasonal event park park [addendum]

proposed streetscape

seasonal event park

the masterplan calls for several parking structures near the riverfront. instead, we can connect to the vast, underused parking at autzen stadium with a gondola, freeing up waterfront property. the public can park at the stadium, have a birdseye view of the park, a panorama over the willamette river below, and enter the city at its heart.


cuthbert theater

autzen stadium

north shore

gondola terminus


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studio lounge/conference gondola terminus hearth presentation production south stage

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02 _design

01 _support

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the building once served as a steam plant and pump house providing water and power to the city. as part of the city’s riverfront masterplan it is to be adapted into a cultural landmark. the masonry facade of the 1930s and 1940s additions is saved, while the footprint of the substation is reduced to the minimum. a surge swale wraps the steam plant and the excavated soil is used to bury the substation. the

structural rhythm of the masonry facade is continued while a gateway is created to connect the city and the river. a minimal enclosure wraps around the seasonal program to maximize flexibility of use.the facade opens in a largescale gesture to signify to beginning of summer giving passage to and from the park beyond.


winter hearth

save the facade

increase raparian

continue, connect

winter enclosure

summer passage


winter collaboration


northeast - southwest section

work space

exhibit platform

summer performance


northeast - southwest section

final model @ 1/16�


wall section detail


13 skytrain

broadway-commercial station vancouver, british columbia 2012


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site plan

how do you expand the busiest transit station in vancouver while maintaining passenger flow and developing the surrounding properties? a simple seismic structure reduces construction time. the large-scale members express the significance of the broadway-commercial station as the major hub of vancouver’s transit system. the passive enclosure system allows calm air to pass through while blocking out

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north fare paid entrance south fare paid entrance commercial & retail courtyard (safeway) residential tower condominiums

the cold winter gusts and precipitation. the adjacent development includes a mix of housing, offices, and a supermarket. the forms are manipulated for views, daylight, and solar exposure.


inbound

outbound

02 _platform plan

construction

01 _station plan

north-south section


shop walk

efficient structure

create entry

direct flow

apply envelope

create ‘the shortcut’


relaxed

envelope construction

final model @ 1/8�

east-west section

compressed


station platform


19 altruistic urbanism

as a low-income community, the goal is to provide a phased energy and transit infrastructure for the gateway community to be self-supportive. three catalytic incubators are sited adjacent to transit stations to generate revenue for lowincome business owners. from the scale of the block to the scale of the community, the master plan reduces economic strain on individual families.

gateway ecodistrict project portland, oregon 2012

airport

downtown

mt. hood

courtyard : block

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park : neighborhood

:: parkway : community


1. Transit

2. Fred Meyer

3. Markets

density study

festival market

Housing Density, #/Acre

Family Friendly Bikeways

3.2 miles 7.5 miles

parkway bridge

Renewable Contribution, Gwh Demand 182

Solar PV 20 Solar Therm 11 Biogas 15

statistical analysis

site plan

phase 1: catalysts

linear park

phase 2: transit

phase 3: energy


21 mohawk youth center

sited between a low-income neighborhood and a town center of dead big box stores, the mohawk youth center provides not only a safe haven for kids but also a public destination to revitalize the town center. the youth program centers around outdoor activities to promote low-energy use and active lifestyles. much of the site is given over as a bioswale park to mitigate the massive runoff of the town center.

boys and girls club project springfield, oregon 2012

setback

reconnect

destination

collection

fracture

solar


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teen area kids area administration study room outdoor program community room garden play yard plaza/deck bus stop runoff swale pond

boardwalk

teen area

north-south section


23 enclosures details project eugene, oregon 2012

for a new architecture building on the university of oregon campus, two different wall systems are explored-- a glass curtain wall with a perforated screen shade and a terra cotta system with an asymmetric perforated shading device, both with an extensive green roof.

curtainwall-roof detail

natural ventilation detail

wall-roof detail


for the remodel of a small clinic in aloha, oregon, a large overhang and wood rainscreen shield the building from the unforgiving oregon wind and rain.

wall-foundation detail

canopy structure detail


25 professional work high performance design energy studies in buildings lab professor g.z. brown eugene, oregon 2010-2013 esbl provides design assistance to architects and engineers covering the gamut of load reduction strategies from daylighting to night ventilation of mass and also includes climate and microclimate analysis, thermal and visual comfort, mechanical and lighting system selection and integration, controls and broad sustainability issues. on the new university of oregon lecture hall project, the daylighting balances optimal task lighting across the seating area while maintaining low foot-candle levels on the presentation area. electrochromic skylights, automated shading devices, and dimmable ballasts combine to reduce lighting energy use by an estimated 88%.

climate, wind, daylighting, and enclosure analysis


image courtesy of rowell brokaw architects

evolution of lecture hall daylighting


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thermal comfort + biology energy studies in buildings lab professor g.z. brown eugene, oregon 2010-2013 THERMAL COMFORT the mechanization of the thermal environment has led to the cultural norms of narrow and static thermal ranges in building-- resulting in astromical increases in per capita energy use. what if we could reduce energy use, not just through building performance, but also through occupant behavior, perception, and expectation? to test these hypotheses and others, we designed and constructed the climate chamber-- a facility testing human subjects and products in a controlled environment. the climate chamber controls a full range of air temperature, humidity, air velocity, and radiant temperature field.

climate chamber construction + experimentation

climate chamber systems


BIOLOGY & THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT collaborating with biologists, recent advances in microbial genomics offers us the potential to signficantly advance the design and operation of buildings to promote both human health and environmental sustainability by mapping the biome of the built. current research includes hospital patient rooms, classrooms, and urban microbial effects. our research has been published and presented through peer-reviewed research papers, magazine articles, documentaries, and TED presentations.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Graduate Research Fellow energy studies in buildings laboratory, eugene, or

2010-

_thermal comfort and biology research _‘high performance’ design assistance to architects _project management TEACHING ASSISTANT arch 284- architectural design studio, eugene, or

2013

_provide design guidance _lead class discussion and critiques

Engineering Internship pennsylvania department of transportation, oil city, pa

2006-2007,2009

_inspection of construction of bridges and ADA ramps _land survey _roadway inspection Mechanical Engineering Internship h.f. lenz company, erie, pa _design and coordination of mechanical system with architects _hvac case studies _energy modeling _commission hvac equipment

2008


EDUCATION:

AWARDS/MERITS:

Master of Architecture university of oregon eugene, or

2013

Bachelor of Architectural Engineering- Mechanical Option the pennsylvania state university state college, pa

2010

SRG Partnership fellowship recipient

2012-2013

commendation and high marks arch 681/otto poticha

2010

PENN STATE ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING THESIS PROJECT 1st place, mechanical option

2010


commodity is connection + industry | information is connection = industry | recycling will be critical | entrepreneurs needed in future | 20% of our lives learning, 20% sharing knowledge | multi-tenant is much more financially viable | entertainment industry will grow immensely | solar pv prices are dropping | human population will level off at ten billion | future businesses will be centralized process, decentralized headquarters | connect ecological functions river to civic functions | thermal comfort is primarily effected by temperature, velocity, humidity, clothing, activity, and radiant field | “most important thing we can do for the river is to get people to it” | filter 58% of city stormwater through site | cultural development = [energy per capita] x [thermal efficiency] | the site demarcates the origins of eugene | once in a 100 years opportunity | “think big” | allow free public temporary use to increase land value | phase growth to allow small investment growth | allow the site to adapt with river | use local (wood) materials | winter production, summer siesta | several connections to this site | global warming will increase flooding in winter, droughts in summer | climbing walls and slides boost creativity | downtown lacks a school | american home prices positively correlate with the number of interstitials from the street | culture creates expontential evolution | point where downtown and the university join | activities change with seasons | behavioral adaption = lazy culture | embrace technology | economies of scale, combine like activities | informal space is creative space | digitalization is incubation | children spend 27% of time online | every place can be an office | commercial space and public space used to be same | creative activity needs flexible space | make and present | winter hearth, summer pavilion | river as material transportation | stage on water, seats on slope | local commodity, global information | seasonal program | the highway is a monofunctional river | movable “enclosure” can create large outdoor space | simple form, complex landscape | mix programs to create interest | mobile devices create perceived space | linear module to draw emphasis toward river | the cities changes much faster than the river | a warehouse can be a dance hall | this is not las vegas-- no imitations | boardwalk typology | ecological stock exchange | bio-region government boundaries | adaptation + evolution = survival | monetize the ecology | modules allow for growth and expansion | easy access to water | beach volleyball = sand filter | rain = movie screen | rain as partition | government tenant rarely fails | research facility + multi-tenant | the university to develop here to save prestine riparian land | art + environment | combine research and funds | low heating program in winter | commodity is connection + industry | information is connection = industry | recycling will be critical | entrepreneurs needed in future | 20% of our lives learning, 20% sharing knowledge | multi-tenant is much more financially viable | entertainment industry will grow immensely | solar pv prices are dropping | human population will level off at ten billion | future businesses will be centralized process, decentralized headquarters | connect ecological functions river to civic functions | thermal comfort is primarily effected by temperature, velocity, humidity, clothing, activity, and radiant field | “most important thing we can do for the river is to get people to it” | filter 58% of city stormwater through site | cultural development = [energy per capita] x [thermal efficiency] | the site demarcates the origins of eugene | once in a 100 years opportunity | “think big” | allow free public temporary use to increase land value | phase growth to allow small investment growth | allow the site to adapt with river | use local (wood) materials | winter production, summer siesta | several connections to this site | global warming will increase flooding in winter, droughts in summer | climbing walls and slides boost creativity | downtown lacks a school | american home prices positively correlate with the number of interstitials from the street | culture creates expontential evolution | point where downtown and the university join | activities change with seasons | behavioral adaption = lazy culture | embrace technology | economies of scale, combine like activities | informal space is creative space | digitalization is incubation | children spend 27% of time online | every place can be an office | commercial space and public space used to be same | creative activity needs flexible space | make and present | winter hearth, summer pavilion | river as material transportation | stage on water, seats on slope | local commodity, global information | seasonal program | the highway is a monofunctional river | movable “enclosure” can create large outdoor space | simple form, complex landscape | mix programs to create interest | mobile devices create perceived space | linear module to draw emphasis toward river | the cities changes much faster than the river | a warehouse can be a dance hall | this is not las vegas-- no imitations | boardwalk typology | ecological stock exchange | bio-region government boundaries | adaptation + evolution = survival | monetize the ecology | modules allow for growth and expansion | easy access to water | beach volleyball = sand filter | rain = movie screen | rain as partition | government tenant rarely fails | research facility + multi-tenant | the university to develop here to save prestine riparian land | art + environment | combine research and funds | low heating program in winter | commodity is connection + industry | information is connection = industry | recycling will be

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Daniel Aughenbaugh: Architectural Portfolio 2013