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Ground Floor Plan

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Resource/ Computer learning Centre Multi-purpose “Hugh Masekela� Hall Community kitchen Staff lounge Pediatric HIV/TB Clinic

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Pharmacy Reception/ Entrance Hall Flexible/ expandable meeting rooms Parking Garden court/ to rooftop vegetable garden


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Entry Family Kitchen/ Dining Living Home office Multi-function play space Outdoor living deck/ breezeSanctuary/ Zen room Soaking tub

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BUTTERFLY/ COASTSIDE HOUSE 1998 Northern California Coast Situated along the scenic California coast between Santa Cruz and Half Moon Bay, the landscape is dotted with old barns, which have deteriorated and been rebuilt over time. Transforming the simple roof forms of the barns, we designed the roofs of the house as wings floating over the landscape. To design a house on the Northern California coast on pristine land overlooking the Pacific Ocean is to design around the homes of the redlegged frog, Monarch butterfly, and

the San Francisco garter snake. An indepth study of the habitat and migratory patterns of these species, carved out a triangle of land which defined the building’s placement on site. The integration of a house in to this delicate ecosystem necessitated that human habitation of the site could coexist with healthy and thriving native wildlife and plant species. Ultimately, the frog prevailed and we bulit a more modest ‘winged’ structure.

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SCULPTOR’S HOUSE Skyline, California Set in a Redwood forest, framing views of the Pacific Ocean, the house draws its language from the coastal California barns that dot the landscape. The early tradition of barn raising captured my imagination and my early sketches froze in time this moment of exhilaration with the diagonal, heavy timber struts acting as braces.

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WAVERLEY HOUSE Palo Alto, California

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Seen as an icon of technological innovation and creative engineering, the Waverley house functions as a multidimensional, interconnected live/work/ media-driven environment. The spaces are open and flexible, and extend the live/work space into the outdoors. An electrical control room acts as a motherboard, allowing the owner to reconfigure the systems of the house to adapt to periodic changes in program. The two volumes which characterize the house are connected by a roof armature that mediates between the two seismically independent masses, and culminates with a curving skylight spanning the length of the house. The private and shared spaces on either side are washed with natural light as the sun tracks throughout the day. The nuanced interplay of structure and light carefully dismantles the boundaries between inside and outside. Moving through the interior spaces, framed vistas of the surrounding neighborhood appear as memorable vignettes imparting a sense of place and identifying a connection to this Silicon Valley community.

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INDIAN BEND HOUSE The initial design was conceived as a way of creating habitable desert space by ‘peeling the ground up, and folding it over.’ The resulting concave inner living spaces orient toward Camel Back Mountain with large shaded overhangs. The convex outer shell provides the protective structural envelope that mediates the desert’s climatic extremes. After battling with the constraints of the natural watershed wash that transverses the site, our solution was to use the house to bridge the wash, with what is essentially a habitable box beam. Uninterrupted spans form an open plan that is directed towards the magnificent view of Camel Back Mountain along the entire length of the house which extends onto a full-length outdoor veranda. The parking structure on one side, and music room on the other, double as the footings of the bridge structure above, integrating pool and gardens along the length of the site which protect the natural pathway of the wash and the constant parade of wildlife it supports. Typical desert climate with hot days and cold nights made perfect sense to use thermal mass for passive heating using the lower concrete buttresses as heat storage. Large overhangs provide shade and cross breezes are encouraged to flow through the structure. Low rainfall water is harvested off all possible surfaces.

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UBUNTU Center

The Ubuntu Center provides pediatric HIV testing and treatment, counseling, education, and community empowerment. The design is focused on de-stigmatization and normalization of HIV testing and treatment. It provides access to a state-of-the-art facility in a beleaguered postapartheid community. The design is a model for sustainable development that begins with environment and extends to the preservation of life. Funded globally and operated locally, Ubuntu reflects a world defined by unprecedented global connection and the resurgence of local, community based organization. Ubuntu center brings state of the art services to vulnerable children by providing centrally located, free and accessible social services in a single facility. It comprises a multi-purpose hall for education, concerts and shelter when needed; an empowerment wing with career guidance and computer

centre, and a fully equipped Pediatric HIV /TB testing and counseling clinic with 47,691 people reached through community HIV prevention outreach. Ubuntu’s organic rooftop garden, together with Ubuntu’s neighborhood gardens feed 2,245 students daily. It provides a timely and practical template for sustainability on a societal as well as an environmental level. Ubuntu has been adopted by the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS relief (PEPFAR), and has become a model of success for the Clinton Global initiative, the Kresge foundation, and countless individual supporters.

entrances being punctured in the facades, the voids are a continuation of the township pathways. This creates a critical sense of community ownership which allows this building to survive in the township context. The clinic is placed en route to other life services to enable anonymous visitors. While fulfilling the center’s service based mission, the architecture attempts to minimize the potential social stigmatization of users. The design sends the message that every child, regardless of race or background, deserves access to worldclass health and education.

The folded concrete forms read as independent volumes which lean on one another for support, sending the message of Ubuntu, which literally means: “I am because you are.” The distributed mass of the building allows pedestrian walkways to continue through the building uninterrupted; rather than

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HARMONY HOMES Pacifica, California

“Coastal Green Architecture” is a term used to describe an architectural language appropriate to this stretch of Northern Californian coast. Building form is derived primarily from a desire to minimize visual impact and create a congruous relationship between man-made structure and surrounding ecology. Site integration, building geometry, orientation, material palette and sustainable design are the main elements which together impart a sense of a community of houses which belong to this portion of coastal hills.

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The lower portions of the houses use earth berms and naturally pigmented concrete, which support the upper level of the houses. The low-profile rooflines are broken into discrete planes which slope up at the center of the house, and fall towards the edges of the house. The design reinforces the character of the hill, generating an architecture which reads as ‘indigenous’ and echoes the surrounding outcroppings and ravines.

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PAN AFRICAN PARLIAMENT 2008

The design concept for the Pan African Parliament complex in South Africa draws inspiration from an understanding of Africa as a place that is at once ancient and contemporary. Expressed together, the ancient and contemporary form a building which is memorable and iconic. The Parliamentary Chamber is seen as an official space of Pan-African dialogue, and is central to the organization of the building. The Chamber space is created in the void formed between two inverted pyramid-shaped public viewing galleries on either side, which connect the public with the processes of parliament. The interior of the Chamber is lined with a rich pattern of horizontal wooden baffles that soften the hard concrete shell, and enhance the acoustic quality of the space. Crafted by local artisans, the intricate wooden interior resembles a tapestry, which speaks to the cross cultural weave of the African continent.

The building’s distinctive form is bold yet subtle. Patterns of light and color visible over the double glass skins shift and mutate across the sold mass of the concrete volumes behind. The dialogue between the massive and light references the ancient and expresses the contemporary. The building volumes traverse the topography and create a break in the natural slope of the site, providing a nexus for public experience, and congregation. Water is cycled and stored in a central lake and wetlands around which the landscape is organized. Parking spills out onto a pedestrian promenade, which crests the lake and gardens and engages the visitor in a sequential experience of man-made and natural landscape as the full compositional poise of the Parliament structure is revealed. Regenerated wetlands and lake spill into the existing wetland habitat, integrating the new structures into the existing ecology. The building uses an integrated approach to energy optimization where multiple building elements are designed with synergy in mind. The building is sited to maximize use of solar, wind and site resources and is configured to act as a funnel for driving passive ventilation mechanisms in the façade. The chamber structure acts as a self shading device for circulation spaces below and is sited over the water feature to promote natural cooling and ventilation. The concrete mass of the chamber and galleries allows passive cooling of the spaces within. The high performance dual-skin façade is a passive mechanism that provides natural ventilation, energy savings, daylight and glare control, sound insulation, and thermal comfort.

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Overlooking Cole Valley and the University of San Francisco campus, the Twin Peaks House is conceived as a lens through which the city is viewed. A folded outer shell slopes the length of the site, and allows the floor plates to slide back and forth to grab view and light. The house connects the two story street elevation with five story rear elevation which opens to the view along its entire height. Enveloped within, the floors slide away from the large windows, creating double volumes in which the living and dining spaces seem to float over the city.

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TWIN PEAKS HOUSE San Francisco, California

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The program asked to provide a dynamic environment for contemporary living, implicitly connected to its place in San Francisco. Our design objectives were centered on encapsulating this sliver of urban space by connecting the life of the street with the image of the city beyond.


HILLSIDEHOUSE Situated in a pocket of native Oak woodlands in Northern California, the Hillside House gently cascades down the hill, echoing the natural slope of the site. Floor to ceiling windows showcase breathtaking views of Portola Valley below.

The house is designed as a cascade of rooms that unlocks the uniqueness of the sloping ground. The deck spills out onto the grassy play area, and continues through the house, inviting the beauty of the garden into the house.

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Fundamental to the architectural response is the premise that the human species is an inherent part of the conditions that comprise and affect the landscape. The significance of the Center - enhanced and informed by the activities that occur within and as an extension of it - lies in the co-dependence of the Center and the ecosystem as inherently bound entities. The architecture of the Center is intended to make evident the natural processes of the Karoo and establish a new precedent for building within and through an ecosystem defined by dynamic flux.

From its inception, life in the Karoo has been defined by struggle. The minimal amount of rainfall has resulted in a parched condition in which each species of plant and animal has had to adapt, utilizing an economy of means in order to exist. The Karoo Wilderness Center represents a significant shift in perspective and practice, sponsoring and provoking the learning, dialogue, and action necessary to redefine the consequence of human inhabitation on the land. The Center aims to re-establish the connection between the built and natural world as one that is mutually beneficial.

Forming an exemplary model of sustainability, the Center generates its own energy, harvests its own water, processes its own waste, and provides thermal comfort using no municipal water or power. Learning from the continuum of life in the Karoo, the architecture of the Center provides a lasting connection to the landscape, and fosters an understanding of the interdependence of ecosystem health, and human well being.

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Acting as an extension of the ecosystem, the built elements of the Center are calibrated to allow human inhabitation while regenerating the surrounding landscape. The roof of the Center is designed to capture and hold rainwater for drinking and provide radiant thermal conditioning of the interior spaces when needed. Existing sources of water, both above and below ground are utilized to generate a living corridor, revitalizing the landscape and providing visitors with an intimate encounter with the rehabilitated land. The systems employed by the building for the capture and use of rain and ground water express the profound importance of water in the Karoo.

Water, its absence as much as its presence, is a critical aspect of the formation and cognitive experience of the Karoo landscape. Averaging only 12 inches of rain per year, it is the relative scarcity of water that has determined the physical constitution and adaptations of the flora and fauna to the environment of the Karoo. Exemplified by the Aloe ferox - the predominant succulent found on the site and region - the structure and form of plant species is characterized primarily by strategies to collect and retain water and provide a shield from the sun. These qualities, which are result of opportunistic utility, make the Karoo what it is today, and are expressed through the architecture of the Center. Cues taken from the strategies employed by the local flora inform the design of the Center -- learning from how they function rather than simply mimicking their form.

1. Aloe Ferox’ cupped leaves for water storage and shading 2. Cross section of leaves showing catchment cavity

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Our Traces on the Land The way in which architecture has related to the ground throughout history has provided a litmus for the consideration and commitment of a society to the vitality and persistence of the natural world. How buildings relate to their environment -- ecologically, culturally and institutionally -- constitutes a record of where we, as a people, have come from and where we are headed. When evaluating this trajectory, one must remember that of equal importance to the quantitative consideration of how much land a building occupies, is the way in which a building is situated in the landscape and the sensibility with which the architecture relates to its host environment.

1. Traces left on the land by a passing antelope 2. Khoi San who have lived in the region for centuries, like the Maasai, traditionally tread in the footsteps of those walking before them 3. Footprints of the Center tracing our presence in the land

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WILDERNESS CENTER Material Language The reconstitution of local materials through the architecture of the Center provokes a intimate experience of the immediate site. The use of local materials together with the utilization of local labor skills, preempts the energy intensive process of harvesting and delivering building elements from disparate places. Authenticity of materials is vital. Materials have a unique radiance, and inherent synergy with other materials. Forming materials into buildings, is in essence, a delicate art of reconstituting the meaning each material retained in their natural state. The process begins with tracking their origin, the way

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1. Looking over the site from East to West 2. Collage of natural colors and textures found on site at ground level, eye level, and looking up

in which they where formed, quarried, or milled. Assembling synergetic combinations of materials is like pairing wine with food, a process in which we seek to expose the sensuous qualities of the original materials, and deliver them in an entirely new form. Concrete walls are used to structure the building, and provide thermal mass, as well as critical earth retention. Formed using aggregate from the site itself, the concrete walls extend the colors and hues of the earth through the buildings, recalling the raw material of the ground. Constructed using shallow horizontal pours, each layer is expressed, creating strata that reveal

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Forming

Rather than creating Form on a site, a process of formation is created that relates the use of the building to its host environment. The resulting process is the form: the inevitable result of a convergence of conditions and constraints, both geologic, chemical, biological, experiential and social. The process, or mechanism of formation reveals the perpetual interplay of actions and reactions that architecture both responds to and engenders.

1. Movement of water over sea shells forms the sand topography around each shell by the action of erosion, resulting in a formation responsive to its host environment 2. Site studies investigating natural formations of the ground formed by stormwater runoff and soil erosion patterns

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Sustainable Strategies As with the species of flora found on the site, the architecture of the Center consolidates the environmental systems dealing with water, energy, waste and thermal comfort as an integrated organism. The canopy of roofs and grounded components of the building system function together, constituting a thermal environment suitable for living, while maintaining intimate exposure to the surrounding landscape. Roofs collect and hold rain water that is utilized for drinking and radiant cooling and heating, as the photovoltaic array that coats them provides surfaces for the circulation of water over them used for evaporative cooling -

mitigating the solar gain of the interior spaces. Walls are dug-in, utilizing earth insulation to maintain consistent interior temperature, emerging in places to provide thermal mass for the passive heating and cooling of the building during seasonal and daily fluctuations. In constructing the environmental systems of the Center as a sympathetic extension of existing ecological systems, the Center functions as a self- sustaining part of the Karoo landscape.

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1. VISION KNIT THE CITY

Opening up the Mall to north-south movement allows the city to function as a synergetic whole where the effect of the Connected City is greater than the sum of its parts.

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Opening up the Mall to north-south movement allows the city to function as a synergetic whole where the effect of the Connected City is greater than the sum of its parts.

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Create casual spaces where private use can spill out onto public way. Allow different scales of activities to interconnect such as: Cafe’s, Exhibitions, Music, Street Galleries, Fairs, Rallys, Farmers Markets, Sporting Events and other.

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Catalyst Site B

Connecting Courtyards

Create casual spaces where private use can spill out onto public way. Allow different scales of activities to interconnect such as: Cafe’s, Exhibitions, Music, Street Galleries, Fairs, Rallys, Farmers Markets, Sporting Events and other.

Living platforms, where multiple levels of social, cultural and financial networks interface provide urban resilience patterns key to todays’ most advanced self-sustaining communities. This Capitol Mall design celebrates California’s residents. It is a daily reminder of the open-minded public, which the government represents. The formation of the Mall welcomes this diversity, leaving it in part open for future growth and processes of thought.

Sustainable Strategies

1. Decrease Impervious surfaces 2. Reduce heat island effect 3. Reinforce existing light rail transportation 4. Increase pedestrian access 5. Reduce C02 emissions 6. Decrease stormwater runoff 7. Capture & recycle greywater 8. Expand existing tree canopy

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Establish a strong sense of place by creating a landmark that can be seen from Interstate 5, Tower Bridge, Old Sacramento, West River Bank and Crocker Park. As the entrance gate to the Mall it presents views from the landmark to take in the magnificent sweep from the River to the West to the Capitol building in the East and demarkate it as a landmark to the City.

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Establish a strong sense of place by creating a landmark that can be seen from Interstate 5, Tower Bridge, Old Sacramento, West River Bank and Crocker Park. As the entrance gate to the Mall it presents views from the landmark to take in the magnificent sweep from the River to the West to the Capitol building in the East and demarkate it as a landmark to the City.

Social Ecology

Each street crossing the Mall provides new drop off places, which act as Portals to the Connecting Courts that collectively make up the Mall. These “outdoor city rooms”, like beads on a string, vary in character and activity, allowing a vibrant civic form to emerge.

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2. CATALYST A: MACRO SITE Entrepreneurial potential and public enthusiasm drive this vision forward. Communal space provide the opportunity for social participation and a range of larger events and collaborations to take place simultaneously; bonding catalyst sites and vision together toward the long term prosperity of the city.

1. North-South through traffic 2. Shared drop off for buildings on Mall 3. Occupants spilling out in public space 4. Connecting Courts 5. Decomposed Granite paths 7. Flexible Event Space 8. Parking off L and N street

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Re-routing East-West vehicular traffic out of the Mall and into L and N street, reclaims the shaded perimeter of the Mall for pedestrian circulation. Social infrastructure is woven into the larger, existing systems of movement, enabling a new exchange between public and private activities. Prioritizing pedestrian space designates the Mall as a place for people, creating opportunities for interaction that form the sustainable principle of this design – to celebrate, express and revive what exists.

Central to this proposal is the challenge of ensuring that the area North of the Mall is not isolated from the more thriving area to the South. The future development of the northern rail yard raises the importance of transforming Capitol Mall into a connector rather than barrier.

Begin by creating a landmark structure, that serves as a gateway to the Mall, and an adjoining public plaza, which cools visitors and provides a fun interactive space that celebrates the casual california lifestyle.

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The catalysts are shaped and sited to preserve existing views and enhance pedestrian linkages as well as the opportunity for people to gather. The iconic columnade is aligned to Sacramento’s systems of movement. It is a passage and symbol of historic migration invigorating the civic stature of the site. The Capotol Mall Towers tread lightly on the ground at the far western end of the Mall and beckons as a Gate to the Capitol. When seen from the east they neatly frame the Tower Bridge in the horizon Collectively the main catalysts provide long term actual and symbolic benefits to a society following its vision.

1. North-South through traffic 2. Shared drop off for buildings on Mall 3. Occupants spilling out in public space 4. Connecting Courts 5. Decomposed Granite paths 7. Flexible Event Space 8. Parking off L and N street

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PLAN LEGEND

Re-routing East-West vehicular traffic out of the Mall and into L and N street, reclaims the shaded perimeter of the Mall for pedestrian circulation. Social infrastructure is woven into the larger, existing systems of movement, enabling a new exchange between public and private activities. Prioritizing pedestrian space designates the Mall as a place for people, creating opportunities for interaction that form the sustainable principle of this design – to celebrate, express and revive what exists.

Central to this proposal is the challenge of ensuring that the area North of the Mall is not isolated from the more thriving area to the South. The future development of the northern rail yard raises the importance of transforming Capitol Mall into a connector rather than barrier.

Gateway Tower with Water Plaza (above)

1. Provide Employment Opportunities 2. Restore Vitality of State Capitol 3. Develop sense of community ownership of the Mall 4. Revitalize existing infrastructure 5. Increase urban amenities 6. Invest in cultural capital 7. Create flexible meeting places on multiple scales

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