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A WINDOW TO THE PAST, A PORTAL TO THE FUTURE NCSU GREGG MUSEUM OF ART + DESIGN: RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA



The Gregg Museum of Art + Design has outgrown its current  location in the NCSU Talley Student Center. The University has selected the former Chancellor’s Residence for the site of this new state-of-the art facility. This site selection will allow the museum the opportunity to establish and promote a public presence, while creating a place to exhibit, celebrate, and promote North Carolina State University. The Gregg Museum of Art + Design will become a symbol of pride for the University and Community, linking the past while creating a gateway to the future and preserving North Carolina State University Campus’ most prestigious site.

 

  








A Window to the Past The Gregg Museum of Art + Design will allow visitors to experience and celebrate fine pieces of art and design while celebrating NC State University’s rich heritage, past acomplishments, and enjoyingits most prestigious site on campus: The Chancellor’s Residence.

A Portal to the Future


A Window to the Past: Original Chancellor’s Residence Front Lawn Project Goals + Considerations: * Establish an appropriate architectural language for a museum of art and design. Flexibility in the configuration of all gallery spaces. * Respectful incorporation of the existing Chancellor’s residence + gardens. * Linkage to the proposed Pullen Park Arts Plaza + NCSU Campus. * Appropriate management of storm water. * Accomodation of excess vehicular circulation and parking issues.

Existing Site Conditions


To Create a Place for Celebration: Original Site Conditions created isolation and lack of physical connection to NCSU Belltower 1)- NCSU Belltower 2)- Wolfpack “Howling” Plaza 3)- Reflection Pool/ Water Feature 4)- Gregg Museum of Art + Design 5)- Great Front Lawn 6)- Gregg Museum Offices 7)- Tranquil Garden 8)- Pullen Arts Center + Park 9)- New Parking Areas 10)- Loading + Service Area 11)- Pullen Memorial Baptist Church 12)- Cafe + Community Outreach

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View Corridors: from site were strong influences on the building’s plan and form

View Corridors: From Site

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1)- NCSU Belltower 2)- Wolfpack “Howling” Plaza 3)- Reflection Pool/ Water Feature 4)- Gregg Museum of Art + Design 5)- Great Front Lawn 6)- Gregg Museum Offices 7)- Tranquil Garden 8)- Pullen Arts Center + Park 9)- New Parking Areas 10)- Loading + Service Area 11)- Pullen Memorial Baptist Church 12)- Cafe + Community Outreach

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North Elevation: Across Hillsborough St.

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East Elevation: View From Hillsborough Street


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Special Gallery and object display areas for objects more sensitive to sunlight exposure are created in and around the monumental stairs and located inside the concrete core area. This allows for a unique experience from one visit to another to the Gregg Museum.

Cast In Place concrete pilasters allow a surface for objects to be displayed and allow critical structural support to the concrete steps and gallery floor supports.

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Large Objects/Displays from ceiling can be viewed from observation decks.

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The Monumental Staircase located at the museum’s Central Core, creates a magical experience as one wanders throughout the building.





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2)- Concrete stairs cantilevered from the elegant concrete wall become very light feeling architectural elements rather than heavy as the material qualities of concrete would suggest.





3)- These concrete walls illustrate the potential of this material when combined with light for an elegant wall to display objects upon if desired.

Core Wall Material Elements: Precedents Concrete Precedent Photo Credits: 1)- Parag Shah Residence, Surat, India - Matharoo Associates 2)- Stairs at Mathias Klotz’s Studio- Mathias Klotz 3)- Casa Ocho al cubo- Santiago, Chile- Mathias Klotz

1)- Concrete walls provide a warm, cozy, and comfortable living space. On the exteriror of these same walls the reflections of water on the concrete surfaces creates a stimulating water feature.

4)- Casa 11 Mujeres- Mathias Klotz 5)- Hat Island Residence- Bjarko] Serra Architects 6)- Oberfeld Residence- SPF Architects

4)- Concrete wall, ceiling, and floors bathed 5)- Concrete wall with texture from form in natural sunlight. boards, and attached glass panels.

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  The facade’s perforated metal panels allow visitors from within the museum transparent views to prominent exterior site features, while maintaining the illusion of a solid panel facade appearance when perceived from afar. A layered skin consisting of perforated metal panels and glass on South Facade 

 





 







2)- Perfo f rated Panels at Salt Point House allow transparent views from interior spaces to exterior spaces and vice versa , while maintaining a “solid panel facade” panels, and translucent banners to achieve a very high level of sustainability. perception from afar.

Facade Elements: Precedents Perfo f rated Metal Panels Precedent Photo Credits: 1)- Salt Point House- Thomas Phifer f 2)- Custom Perfo f rated Panels- Thomas Phifer f 3)- Water & Life f Museums- Lehrer & Gangi Design & Build

1)- Screenwall perfo f rated Aluminum Panels

4)- Perfo f rated Aluminum Ceiling Tile Panels produced by Armstrong

4)- Perfo f rated Ceiling Panels- by Armstrong 5)- Armstrong Visitors Center- Lancaster,r PA P

5)- Perfo f rated Panels produced by Jendrick Manufacturing ffor the Armstrong Visitors Center.


Transparent perforated aluminum facade panels help to blend the building with the landscape. The multi-layered perforated ”skin” helps to screen sunlight, frame specific views from the exterior to the interior, while allowing very transparent views from the interior spaces to the exterior of the museum.

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1)- Transparent perforated alumiunum panels appear to create a “solid facade” from afar but upon closer examination begin to blend the building with the landscape .

Facade Elements: Precedents Perforated Metal Panels Precedent Photo Credits: 1)- Exterior of Salt Point House- Thomas Phifer 2)- Interior of Salt Point House- Thomas Phifer

2)- Perforated panels help to screen sunlight , and screen the interior spaces from the exterior, but allow very transparent views from the interior spaces to the exterior.


 

Visitors may enjoy a showing of a film from the Front Lawn area, while also enjoying the illumination of the skin and the magical glow of the museum’s galleries and special objects on display within.





The potential of the perforated facade skin to transform into a nighttime spectacle



 





 







3)- Perfo f rated metal panel provides the and air movement, while providing safe f ty and security

1)- By night it is the magical illumination of the skin changing colors and patterns in endless variations which turn the building inside out, revealing it secrets as it broadcasts light, color and fo f rm into the

Facade Elements: Precedents Perfo f rated Metal Panels Precedent Photo Credits: 1)- Tampa T Museum of Art- Stanley Saitowitz/ Natoma Architects 2)- Supermarket Merkur- Gorgona Boehm Associates

3)- Ecoscreen Perfo f rated Panel System- Centria 4)- The Lofts f at Cherokee Studios- Pugh + Scarpa Architects

2)- The potential of a simple perfo f rated metal panel facade system to transfo f rm into a very aesthetically pleasing spectacle during nighttime hours.

4)- Moveable perfo f rated aluminum panels not only serve as architectural elements, but also provide ventilation, help block ambient noise, and allow light and air to enter

A WINDOW TO THE PAST, A PORTAL TO THE FUTURE  

NCSU GREGG MUSEUM OF ART + DESIGN: RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA The Gregg Museum of Art + Design has outgrown its current location in the NCSU Ta...