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THE MACHINE

GREENVILLE THINKTANK - BRIDGE SITE - BROAD STEET + CHURCH STREET

ARCH 8920 / COMPREHENSIVE STUDIO SPRING 2014 / DANIELLE JAKUBOWSKI + BRIAN GULDEN


THE MACHINE

GREENVILLE THINKTANK - BRIDGE SITE - BROAD STEET + CHURCH STREET


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WORK

SITE ANALYSIS 4

COMM

COMM

CONCEPT 10 SITE 12 BUILDING DESIGN 14

LIVE

TECHNICAL RESOLUTION

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THE MACHINE - GREENVILLE THINKTANK In choosing the bridge site on Broad & Church Street we evaluated the surrounding area: its mixed use context with the potential to grow within the Broad & River Street Gateway, the easy link into existing transportation infrastructure & accessibility to the majority of downtown Greenville’s attractions. This project aims to provide a place for ideas and businesses to grow using collaboration, adaptability, & focus. A machine for business, which is fueled by living, working & community & is connected through a visual form that links all major gears, working together as one. The form becomes a visual & spatial connection that allows for different spaces to work together while still maintaining a clear separation.


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SITE LOCATION


SITE ANALYSIS

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TRANSPORTATION

MIXED-USE CONTEXT

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DOWNTOWN LANDMARKS

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GREEN NECKLACE

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SWOT ANALYSIS STRENGTHS

WEAKNESSES

OPPORTUNITIES

THREATS

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5 minute walk/quarter mile to Peace Center, West End & Downtown in the middle of Greenville Eclectic neighbors giving many choices to blend into environment Quiet street, local businesses surrounding Wooded end of lot Good sunlight for use of solar panels Mixed use area Bicycle friendly road Across the street from grocery store Use of vacant brownfield

Bring area into future gateway Building as a billboard Commercial exposure amongst other businesses Extending Main street attractions beyond main street Creating City Density

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maximize green space

Bridge as an obstacle to building Pollution Surrounding businesses Possible flooding downhill from river area

broad st frontage

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office & retail exposure

Adjacent to Highway 29 Bridge, outside main downtown core area Downhill from main street Lot cleanup Depression from S Church St

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multiple entries

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PROGRAM E BEDROOM ON

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COMMUNITY SPACE

STUDIO

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900 SF

12 UNITS

10800 SF

700 SF

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8400 SF

500 SF

12 UNITS

6000 SF

TOTAL: 23,500 SF

PRIVATE WORK CALL ROOMS GET AWAY SPACES SERVER & MECH RESTROOMS LOBBY MAIL ROOM SUPPLY & BREAK STORAGE & LOAD LIBRARY MULTIPURPOSE PRINT STATION

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WORK SPACE

SQUARE FOOTAGE

SQUARE FOOTAGE

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SQUARE FOOTAGE 200 SF 25 UNITS 64 SF 10 UNITS 200 SF 5 UNITS 200&100 SF 1 UNIT 200 SF 4 UNITS 500 SF 1 UNIT 100 SF 1 UNIT 100 & 300 SF 1 UNIT 200 SF 2 UNITS 1000 SF 1 UNIT 1000 SF 1 UNIT 150 SF 1 UNIT

5000 SF 640 SF 1000 SF 300 SF

1500 SF 1500 SF

1 UNIT 1 UNIT

1500 SF 2500 SF

800 SF

500 SF 1200 SF 400 SF 400 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 150 SF

TOTAL: 3200 SF

TOTAL: 15,990 SF + 10,672.5 SF CIRCULATION

TOTAL: 53,362.5 SF


FORM DEVELOPMENT Utilizing our key site attributes, our form began to shape around the city & integrate all programs together. This brought in a community aspect that joins the programs of Living & Working together A visual wood form wraps the buildings, catching the attention of visitors & keeps the Machine moving both physically & conceptually. As ideas flow through the key programs, living, working & community, the entrepreneurs work to strengthen their ideas & grow their businesses through a fluid space.

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wrap to city

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integrate program

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maximize solar exposure & wind ventilation

CONCENTRATE COLLABORATE CELEBRATE

INTEGRATED DESTINATION FUNCTIONAL INSPIRING CREATIVE CENTRALIZED


SITE PLAN


SITE + BUILDING DESIGN A visual wood form wraps the buildings, catching the attention of visitors & keeps the Machine linked & gives the buildings a dynamic presence. As users & their ideas flow through the key programs, living, working & community, the entrepreneurs work to strengthen their vision & grow their businesses through fluid spaces. Our programs were split in to three buildings, providing optimal green space within the courtyard space, maximal sunlight exposure to the units & offices as well as movement throughout the site & wrapping element Users have multiple opportunities for entry into the three buildings, both off public & private courtyards.The wrapping element transitions from pathways to building facades & sun shades, highlighting our key circulation shafts to guide users throughout the site easily.

ENTREPRENEUR

RESIDENT

UNIT + PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION

VISITOR


FIRST FLOOR


SECOND FLOOR


WORK SPACES OFFICE MEETING ROOM

OPEN OFFICE SPACE

OFFICE SECTION


LEVEL 1 OFFICE

LEVEL 2 OFFICE

PRIVATE WORK SPACES PUBLIC WORK SPACES COMMUNITY SPACES

OFFICE PUBLIC + PRIVATE SPACES

OFFICE ATRIUM

FRONT ELEVATION


LIVE SPACES

WINTER SOLSTICE AM

RESIDENTIAL SECTION

WINTER SOLSTICE NOON

WINTER SOLSTICE PM


RESIDENTIAL HALLWAY

ONE BEDROOM LIVING AREA

UNIT PLANS

TWO BEDROOM 900 SF 11 TWO BEDROOM | 22 OCCUPANTS

ADA STUDIO 750 SF 1 ADA STUDIO | 1 OCCUPANT 1 ADA ONE BEDROOM | 1 OCCUPANT

ONE BEDROOM 700 SF 10 ONE BEDROOM | 10 OCCUPANTS

STUDIO 500 SF 10 STUDIOS | 10 OCCUPANTS


BUILDING DESIGN

PUBLIC COURTYARD

SITE SECTION

RESIDENTIAL ENTRY


RESIDENTIAL CLT STRUCTURE

OFFICE STEEL STRUCTURE


TECHNICAL RESOLUTION WRAPPING ELEMENT

STEEL STRUCTURE STEEL CHANNELS WOOD SLATS

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STEEL FRAMING

http://www.archdaily.com/tag/shine-architecture/

http://www.behance.net/gallery/Sonoma-Spa-Retreat/7876477

-25’ MAXIMUM SPANS -18” DEEP BEAMS -12”X12” HSS STEEL COLUMNS -2’ DEEP CONCRETE FOOTINGS TO REACH BELOW GREENVILLE, SC FROST LINE -OFFICE STRUCTURE & RESIDENTIAL CURTAIN WALL http://www.archdaily.com/tag/shine-architecture/

WRAPPING DESIGN PRECEDENTS

CROSS LAMINATED TIMBER -5 PLY CLT PANELS -BEARING WALLS & FLOOR PLATES -18” X 6 1/2” GLU-LAM BEAMS -FLOORS 2-4 RESIDENTIAL -FAST CONSTRUCTION + PRE-FAB PANELS -BETTER STRENGTH + FIRE RESISTANCE -DIMENSIONALLY STABLE + DURABLE -MINIMUM SHRINKAGE AND SWELLING -LOW DURABLE SOFTWOOD

REINFORCED CONCRETE -CONCRETE BEARING WALLS -BASEMENT & FIRST FLOOR RESIDENTIAL -WATER CONTROL FOR CLT CONSTRUCTION WIND + SEISMIC FORCES

WIND + SEISMIC FORCES

SHEAR WALLS + LATERAL FORCES


ROOF LL FOR NON-SNOW AREAS

USE & OCCUPANCY ROOF LL FOR NON-SNOW AREAS

USE & OCCUPANCY

SELF-WEIGHT OF STRUCTURE

SELF-WEIGHT OF STRUCTURE

GROUND REACTION

OFFICE LOAD TRACING

GROUND REACTION

RESIDENTIAL LOAD TRACING


6” Rigid Insulation R30

CENTRAL ALL-AIR SYSTEM: SINGLE DUCT, VARIABLE AIR VOLUME (VAV) SYSTEM SIZING: RESIDENTIAL 1 - 50 TON RESIDENTIAL 2 - 15 TON RESIDENTIAL 3 - 10 TON OFFICE - 70 TON (P. 210 STUDIO COMPANION, SIZING SPACES FOR HVAC EQUIPMENT)

SYSTEM: -MIXED OUTDOOR, FILTERED, HEATED/COOLED AND HUMIDIFIED/DEHUMIDIFIED AIR -SUPPLY & RETURN FANS CIRCULATE CONDITIONED AIR THROUGH DUCTS -THERMOSTAT IN EACH ZONE CONTROLS TEMPERATURE BY VOLUME OF AIR DISCHARGED THROUGH ZONE DIFFUSERS

ADVANTAGES: -MOST VERSATILE & WIDELY USED SYSTEM FOR HEATING & COOLING LARGE BUILDINGS -HIGH DEGREE OF LOCAL TEMPERATURE CONTROL AT MODERATE COST -ECONOMICAL TO OPERATE & SELF-BALANCING (P.168 STUDIO COMPANION)

(P.168 STUDIO COMPANION)

MAJOR COMPONENTS: -BOILERS & CHIMNEY -CHILLED WATER PLANT -COOLING TOWER -FAN ROOM -OUTDOOR FRESH AIR & EXHAUST LOUVERS -VERTICAL SUPPLY & RETURN DUCTS -HORIZONTAL SUPPLY & RETURN DUCTS (P.168 STUDIO COMPANION)

Insulated CLT Wall Reinforced Concrete Panel 5 Layer CLT Panel

12”x12” HSS Steel Column

Operable Window

Glazed Curtain Wall

1”x6” Sealed White Oak Lumber 6”x3 Steel Tube 18” Glu-lam Beam 2” Concrete Floor

MECHANICAL AXON DISTRIBUTION Concrete Bearing Wall COOLING TOWER CHIMNEY

6” Concrete Slab 4” Gravel Rigid Insulation VAV TERMINAL DIFFUSER SUPPLY DUCT

CONDITIONED AIR HOT WATER OR STEAM

RESIDENTIAL MECHANICAL SECTION SOURCE: P. 168-169 STUDIO COMPANION

EXHAUST AIR FRESH AIR WITH CONTROL DAMPERS CHILLED WATER PLANT BOILER

Isolated Concrete Footing


Parapet Cap Ventilation Space GFRC Steel Anchor 2” Air Gap Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Panel

3 Layer CLT PVC Membrane Heat Weld Cant Block 6” Rigid Insulation 1/2” Steel Plate Wood Decking

2” Rigid Insulation 1/2” Metal Anchor 3” Steel Angle Steel Bracket Steel C Channel Face Welded to Support 6”x3” Steel Tube 1”x6” Sealed Oak Lumber

Steel Railing Anchor 18”x6.5” Glu-lam Beam Steel Angle Steel Angle Bolted to Glu-lam Aluminum Mullion Fastened to Steel Wrap Structure 1” Insulated Glass Curtain Wall Anchor

6” Concrete Slab Rigid Insulation Waterproofing Membrane Gravel Mullion Anchor Plate Concrete Footing Drainage Mat Gravel Perforated Drain

WALL SECTION MODEL

1/2” Tempered Glass 10,000 PSI Grout 2.5”x4” Base Shoe Floating Flooring 15.6lb/SF Concrete 3/4” Rubber Mat 5 Layer CLT Panel


COMM

COMM

BRIDGE VIEW

WORK

LIVE

The machine functions as a creation engine where entrepreneurs live & work in one complex, continuously moving gears to grow and develop ideas within one space. The goal of this site is to maximize both environments for the entrepreneurs and residential users. This thinktank will anchor the Broad & River Street Gateway, providing exposure for the businesses along the Bridge and integrating them into the future of downtown.

The Machine  

Spring 2014 Comprehensive Studio - Clemson University

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