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KoningEizenberg

Our Team Julie Eizenberg, AIA Principal in Charge of Design & Master Planning Julie Eizenberg is a founding Principal of Koning Eizenberg Architecture. She brings design vision and leadership to the firm’s wide range of projects and is recognized for her expertise involving cities, non-profit agencies, educational institutions and private developers. Ms. Eizenberg is an astute observer and institutional iconoclast leading investigations that reshape the way we think about the conventional buildings of everyday living. Ms. Eizenberg teaches and lectures around the world and is a frequent advisor to the U.S. Mayor’s Institute on City Design.

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Hank Koning, FAIA, FRAIA, LEEDŽ AP Principal in Charge of Technical, Regulation & Administration Hank Koning is a founding Principal of Koning Eizenberg Architecture, established in Santa Monica in 1981. His vision and creative thinking have driven the firm’s approach to large-scale and urban design projects as well as the technicalities of smaller projects. He brings thorough material, sustainability, constructability, cost and code knowledge to building and site designs that evolve into sensible and practical solutions which are, at the same time, extraordinary. In 1992, he was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects and, in 1995, became a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. A member of the U.S. Green Building Council, Mr. Koning continues to lead the effort in integrating sustainable design ideas into quality design for healthy, environmentally-friendly buildings. His community involvement and planning expertise have been acknowledged in his appointment to the Santa Monica Planning Commission, charged with shaping the future development of the city.

Farmers Market

TIOH


ACM

CMP Temple Israel Pre/Dayschool


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Brian Lane, AIA, LEED® AP Managing Principal Brian Lane, AIA, LEED AP, is a Principal at Koning Eizenberg Architecture and has overseen many of the firm’s award-winning community buildings, housing, mixed-use and hospitality projects working with cities, non-profit agencies, and private developers. He has contributed to the advance of planning initiatives including the Small Lot Subdivision and RAS ordinances to aid housing production in LA. His firm has earned over 70 design, historic preservation and sustainability awards and was the AIA California Chapter “Firm of the Year for 2009.” Brian and KEA are well known for their community dialogue, entitlement know-how, inventive designs, and urban strategies. Brian is a 20 year resident of Hollywood, chair of the Hollywoodland Design Review Board, and recently lead renovation of the Hollywood Hills Hotel.

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Best Western Hollywood Hills Hotel


28th St. Community Center & Affordable Housing

Oakwood School


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Nathan Bishop Principal Mr. Bishop joined Koning Eizenberg Architecture full-time in 2006, and was promoted to Principal in 2011. From conceptual design, community presentations, through to construction administration Mr. Bishop draws on deep experience with a wide range of educational, community, and commercial projects with KoningEizenberg and previously with prominent Massachuts firm Machado & Silvetti as a designer on the Getty Villa and with Office dA. Running in parallel with his practice is an academic career, with a commitment to teaching design studios, courses in architectural history and theory at the Rhode Island School of Design, Harvard, Northwestern University, and currently, SciArc. Nathan’s commitment to innovation in design combined with his ability to communicate effectively with clients and stake holders gives him the ability to deliver buildings that consistently exceed expectations.

Wilwood

NWSI


Melbourne University

CII


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APPROACH TO SCHOOL DESIGN


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Value Open Space

Day Light Provides More than Better Test-Scores

Construct Welcome With Architecture and Program

Involve Community Intersecting Curricula


Value is Building What you Need

Express Sustainable Values

Intersecting Curricula

Imbed Opportunity for Implicit Learning


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Kids Notice


PS #1 School Masterplan & phase I for a progressive elementary school on infill site(s)

- 185 students in grades K-6 - Established in 1971 - Santa Monica, CA


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Phase I

future development options

Masterplan


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“A study finds that student test scores substantially higher in classrooms that have plentiful natural light. A federal education official says the result ‘correlates with a number of other studies.’ “ —Los Angeles Times

Daylight Provides More Than Better Test-Scores


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Values & Value


John Adams Middle School Remodel and new administrative space, nine new classrooms, improved open space

- 900 students - Established in the 1930’s - Expanded over 6 decades - Santa Monica, CA


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John Adams Middle School


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Value is Building What you need

Classroom Utlization classrooms needed: 9 not 18


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Approved Program & Budget 5

7

8

9

3

2 1

1

In Budget 1 New attendance office/entry canopy and remodeled main office 2 Relocated art room with courtyard (*5) 3 Dedicated courts for each house (*4) 4 Reconfigured service parking at cafeteria 5 Reconfigured parking by music classrooms and courtyard (*6) 6 Swap parking/tennis court w/ B+G Club and relocated basketball courts 7 New 80s classrooms and courtyards (*4) 8 Provide a total minimum of 112 parking spaces 9 Commons with outdoor performance space and shade (*1) 10 Landscaped entry sequence (*2) ; community court (*4) … 11 “Green Fringe” (*3) with pedestrian entry thru community garden 12 Portable classrooms as swing space

4 8 3


Involve Community 11 1

6

6

8

Alternates a Library breezeway b Main entry photovoltaic panels on canopy c Landscaped entry sequence: 30/50s courtyard d Landscape at academic street and library court e Solar panels at commons shade structure f New bathrooms at 90s classrooms g Ventilation and passive shading at 90s classrooms h Remove podiums at 6th grade classrooms

At JAMS parents and staff developed and prioritized improvements


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New Classrooms

New Entry


Open Space

The Big Pieces


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1

Attendance Office

2

Solar Chimney

3

Photovoltaic Shade Canopy

4

Relocated Art Classroom & Art Court


Construct Welcome with Architecture and Program

The canopy welcomes and a relocated art room highlights creative learning


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Value Open Space


BEFORE


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Playing fields are surrounded by a green fringe that highlights nature, provides shade and includes an edible garden


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1

9 New Classrooms & Support Spaces in 3 Wings

2

Solar Powered Air Intake & Work Tables

3

Outdoor Break-Out Areas

4

Future Photovoltaic Arrays

5

Revitalized Commons

6

Student Store Canopy

7

Stage Area

1

4

3 2

2


Imbed Opportunity for Implicit Learning

6

5

7


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Express Sustainable Values


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5

4


Solar Chimney 1

Air Intake

2

Photovoltaic Powered Fan

3

Earth Tubes

4

Cool Supply Air

5

Hot Air Escape Behind Acoustic Baffle

2

1

3


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Responsive & Strategic


Oakwood Elementary School LA CUP/masterplan phased for 52,500 sq. ft. & underground parking for 74 cars. Phase I: Gym, Performance Space & Drop-off

- Site Area 2+ acres - Current enrollment 280 - Permitted enrollment 400 - Los Angeles, CA


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house

park


school

apartments


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facilitator


big picture vision

working group

Masterplanning & Design Process


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Explore Options Together


Working Session


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Parking Below


Drop-Off

MasterplanGround Floor Plan


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Phase I

Moorpark Street


500-700 seats acoustic barrier stc min 50

stage 1

stage 2

200 seats

stage 3

outside 400seats

Gym Plus Performance Gym alone 6,400 sq. ft. Program amplified assisted • drama • orchestra • band • dance • song • school gathering • rehearsal

acoustic dampening • gym


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Aligning, Pedagogy & Environment


Wildwood School Masterplan and interim phase improvements for lower and upper school campuses

- 707 students in grades K-6 - Upper & lower school on two sites - Los Angeles, CA


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Wildwood School: Facilities Masterplan City

Los Angeles, CA

Program

Facilities Masterplan

Client

Wildwood School

Completion 2008 masterplan, 2010 phase 1 of interim improvements To frame site selection options KEA developed a broad-brush space needs matrix that identified current use, existing facility constraints, short term improvements and long term space needs while keeping in mind aspirations for a unique Wildwood educational environment irrespective of location. A variety of combinatory possibilities for school site options were enumerated. Each of six site options was examined relative to projections on “typical site type� availability, needed site and building area and prevailing construction and land costs. A brief review of implementation phasing constraints was also identified. The process provides sufficient information for the school to identify options that best fit its educational and fundraising capacity for implementation over the next five to twenty years.


Building Wildwood

Process Apr 25

Apr 30

May 6

Olympic Tour

May 8

May 12

Draft Findings Review/Approval

Washington Tour

May 30

Board Presentation

Brokers Meeting

Programming Review/Approval

SITE TOURS Questionnaires KoningEizenbergArchitecture

Redefine Scenarios

AREA STUDIES

FINDINGS/ EVALUATION

Area PlansOlympic+Washington

Exisiting, Sufficient, Ideal Washington Campus - 308 students - Grades K-5 Existing

0803 Wildwood School KoningEizenberg Architecture

General Operations - Questionnaire

1454 25th St., Santa Monica, CA tel. 310.828.6131 fax. 310.828.0719

April, 2008 1.

90404

info@kearch.com www.kearch.com

All designs, ideas, arrangements and plans indicated by these drawings are the property and copyright of the Architect and shall neither be used on any other work nor be disclosed to any other person for any use whatsoever without written permission. Koning Eizenberg Architecture and/or its principals and employees waives any and all liability or responsibility for problems that may occur when these plans, drawings, specifications, and/or designs are followed without the professional's guidance with ambiguities, or conflicts which are alleged.

Think about your pedagogic objectives. How do the current facilites enable your program or subject area?

# of rooms 16

Room Type Classrooms Pods: 2 classrooms per grade. 2 teachers per class. 3rd/4th/5th : 3 classrooms per grade. 2 teachers per class. Spanish/Health

Sufficient average SF total SF General Comments 845

5073

9

816

7348

Need breakaway space for 10 kids. More computers (5th).

9

815

533

Need one more room. Conflict in sharing.

2

550

752

Lighting insufficient. Reconfigure outdoor space for sand/water/garden. Need a small space for 10 kids to break off. Would like moveable walls to open rooms onto each other.

Fine as is. More computers for teachers?

1

1

1

500

none

Multimedia

1

1280

Fine as is.

1217

Reconfigure and replace shelving. Need space for quiet work, group work and teaching. Would like more availibility of tech. Need storage and designated work space for librarians. Noise transfer from above an issue.

1

2772

Commons Kitchen

CL BLVD OLYMPIC

142 MATH 313 SF

143 MATH 350 SF

134 SCIENCE 326 SF

132 SCIENCE 310 SF

133 MATH 370 SF

124 SCIENCE 329 SF

122 MATH 288 SF

123 MATH 364 SF

114 SCIENCE 353 SF

112 SCIENCE 310 SF

113 MATH 362 SF

264

Fine as is.

Afterschool

1

222

Space not large enough for 60 kids. Need storage.

PE

125 HUMANITIES 305 SF

121-A SCIENCE 341 SF

111-A HUMANITIES 393 SF

115 HUMANITIES 306 SF

1

D2 - HUMANITIES D2 - MATH

PE STORAGE 134 SF

D2 - SCIENCE LAB ELEVATOR 57 SF

141-B HUMANITIES 281 SF

146 HUMANITIES 333 SF

STAIRS 125 SF

136 HUMANITIES 352 SF

121-B MATH 284 SF

126 HUMANITIES 311 SF

131-B HUMANITIES 298 SF

STAIRS 125 SF

116 HUMANITIES 359 SF

STAIRS 125 SF

D3 - HUMANITIES

111-B HUMANITIES 248 SF

STAIRS 125 SF

CORRIDOR 6441 SF

187 STORAGE 50 SF

PHONE BOOTH 45 SF 181 GIRLS DRESSING 88 SF

176 SCIENCE LAB 832 SF

GALLERY 1335 SF

COMMON SPACE ADMINISTRATION

158 H.S. DIRECTOR 133 SF

BATHROOM

Big Yard

Need sports storage. Reconfigure athletics office. Climbing wall requested. Holes for nets. 23327 Expand field if possible. Add shade. Increase imaginary play space.

845

1500

Add space. Reconfigure athletics office.

1

Ideal Strategies Create movable paritions.

1100 150

1

1

23327

1

900

none

Would like designated a space for block building.

none

1

2

Art

981

Do not need designated space. Perhaps something permanent for woodworking and music. Kiln?

141

282

Strange space layout. Need operable window and more light.

100

Like space near pods. Could use more sf.

145

1017

1

500

Add holes for nets. Reconfigure basketball area. Climbing wall?

Enrichment

Create small work spaces.

Expand size.

Add space.

10000

Pool, gym. Expand field if parking underground.

Add shade. Increase imaginary play space.

1

30000+

Create space for blocks.

1

900

Create space for blocks.

1

200

Space for woodworking.

1

980

980

Counselling Reading Resource

2 1 15

Administration Academic*

2

206

412

3

155

466

none

Facilities

150

300

Reconfigure.

70

Reconfigure.

2

Reconfigure. Some spaces are awkward.

7

Finance* General Admin Infirmary

Faculty Lounge WWPO office Teacher Workroom Meeting Room

161 BOYS BATHROOM 243 SF

752

1

Need designated space near receptionist.

3

363

Space to fix things?

1

912

1

300

Reconfigure.

1

150

Larger space.

15

2200

Reconfigure.

1

150

70

4

Reconfigure.

150

600

Add space.

150

1200

Add space.

Meeting rooms

BATHROOM 99 SF

165 ELECTRICAL ROOM 152 SF

171 ART STUDIO 631 SF

1

Reconfigure and upgrade. Add soundproofing.

PARKING

155 DIRECTOR OF CURRICULM 90 SF

NETWORK 28 SF

172 ART STUDIO 519 SF

815 550

2

Reconfigure?

350

Blocks

Learning Resource

SI - MATH CIRCULATION

PARKING 15144 SF

153 DIRECTORS ASST. 122 SF

160 GIRLS BATHROOM 252 SF

177 STORAGE 76 SF

SOUTH HALL 610 SF

173 ART/CERAMICS 1385 SF

192 STORAGE 58 SF

EXIT 230 SF

154 M.S. DIRECTOR 159 SF

SI - HUMANITIES SI - SCIENCE

156 ASSISTANT 106 SF

174 SCIENCE LAB 766 SF

175 SCIENCE PREP 358 SF

178 MUSIC/BAND 535 SF

191 THEATER SPACE 2190 SF

190 ART OFFICE 116 SF

189 MUSIC / DANCE 737 SF

Any small improvements you would suggest?

BATHROOM 49 SF 198 BOYS BATHROOM 141 SF

MECHANICAL

152 RECEPTION/COPY 187 SF

196 FACULTY LOUNGE 911 SF

180 WOMEN'S BATHROOM 359 SF

183 BOYS DRESSING 97 SF

188 GATHERING SPACE 1577 SF

3.

157 HEAD OF SCHOOL 183 SF

197 GIRLS BATHROOM 138 SF 182 MEN'S BATHROOM 370 SF

STORAGE

PE STORAGE 73 SF

UTILITY CLOSET 90 SF

186 KITCHEN 251 SF

SERVICE

PE STORAGE 67 SF

MISSISSIPPI RECEPTION 80 SF

JANITOR CLOSET 37 SF

194 COUNSELOR 125 SF

CORRIDOR 276 SF

What do you hear from students that you think would help us think about the facilities?

9 2

Create small work space.

752

D3 - MATH D3 - SCIENCE FOOD SERVICE

195 MULTI CULTURAL AFFAIRS 113 SF

ENTRY 202 SF

2.

total SF

6

Add health room.

150

1217

Special Programs

D1 - SCIENCE 131-A HUMANITIES 341 SF

135 HUMANITIES 306 SF

# of rooms average SF

Upgrade lighting, reconfigure outdoors.

1100

Fine as is. Underutilized at times?

1

D1 - HUMANITIES

THEATER

STAIRS 67 SF

ART 141-A HUMANITIES 343 SF

145 HUMANITIES 308 SF

OPEN TO BELOW 772 SF

845

Fine as is. Underutilized at times?

1439

1 1

D1 - MATH

MUSIC 144 SCIENCE 317 SF

STAIRS 61 SF

6

1

1

Science Lab Library CONSULTANT

CORRIDOR 2810 SF

ENTRY 182 SF

What qualities are important to you about the Wildwood environment?

Ideal

# of rooms average SF total SF Sufficient Strategies

6

1

Small room Special Use

STAMP

Mulipurpose/Performing Arts

2.

June 11

Too large?

1

600

Reconfigure.

1

639

Used as meeting room. Need remote access to storage.

1

600

Reconfigure.

1

151

Fine as is. 1

400

Needed?

none

163 FACILITIES DEPARTMENT 448 SF

Storage

EQUIPMENT STORAGE 70 SF

7

996

33

18096

Support/Misc

Could use more for library.

8

1820

OWNER / CLIENT

Parking Circulation PROJECT TITLE

Wildwood School 11811 West Olympic Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90064

4.

Any big improvements?

5.

Other comments?

Outdoor pod space

0803

PROJECT NO.

Open Space

TITLE

3840

Handprint courtyard

1176

Lunch area

SECONDARY CAMPUS GROUND FLOOR SPACE PLAN

2496

TOTAL built

33890

SHEET NO.

A1.00

DATE

*Finance and Head of School double office space.

04.18.08

Olympic Campus - 397 students - Grades 6-12 - D1: 55 students - D2:116 students - D3:121 students - SI:105 students - Average class size:15 Existing

KoningEizenberg Architecture 1454 25th St., Santa Monica, CA tel. 310.828.6131 fax. 310.828.0719

90404

info@kearch.com www.kearch.com

Room Type All designs, ideas, arrangements and plans indicated by these drawings are the property and copyright of the Architect and shall neither be used on any other work nor be disclosed to any other person for any use whatsoever without written permission. OFFICE MANAGER 66 SF

ASST. HEAD OF SCHOOL 170 SF

BATHROOM 24 SF MECHANICAL 30 SF

BATHROOM 25 SF

ELM. ASST. DIRECTOR OF ELEM. 121 SF ELECTRIAL 29 SF

HEAD OF SCHOOL 166 SF

STORAGE 92 SF

DIRECTOR OF ELEMENTARY 182 SF

RECEPTION 331 SF

ENTRY 25 SF

ASST. TO DIRECTOR OF ELEM. 76 SF

DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS 105 SF

STAMP

SPANISH / HEALTH 533 SF

BUSINESS OFFICE 270 SF

WWPO OFFICE 679 SF

STORAGE 101 SF

DIRECTOR OF COUNSELING 96 SF

FACULTY LOUNGE 912 SF

Olympic Site Tour/ Faculty Meeting

03

05

ELECTRICAL 60 SF

FACILITIES PASSAGE 150 SF

3RD - 4TH 984 SF

FOOD SERVICE 264 SF

FACILITIES OFFICE 128 SF

3RD - 4TH 979 SF

LIBRARY 1217 SF

41

ADMINISTRATION

27

44

28

45

29

46

AFTER SCHOOL 222 SF

BATHROOM

11

43

P.E. EQUIPMENT 350 SF ELEVATOR MACHINE ROOM 65 SF

2332 2286

799

1598

total SF

# of rooms

General Comments Classrooms are undersized. There is a lack of storage and light. A/C issues. Divided classrooms work well for team teaching. Need storage on both sides of separation. Need teacher desks elsewhere if classes are to be shared with Classrooms separate from labs not ideal.

4482

Ideal unit SF

14

total SF

# of rooms

Sufficient Strategies Fix A/C problems. Add low heat emitting fixtures where needed. Expand where possible. Add space for teachers in classrooms. (if not making workrooms)

4900

350

2450 350

unit SF

Reconfigure rooms to be combinable with Science for team Reconfigure classroom/lab setup. Reduce classroom number.

400

350 350

3

600

3

600

1800

Add dry labs. Rotate through dry and wet labs as needed.

4

350

2450

Add classrooms where possible.

7

400

Reconfigure lab to increase space and functionality.

1

25 stations

1800

total SF

Ideal strategies Expand to ideal sizes and configurations.

14

7 1

Lack of lab space means complex labs cannot be undertaken.

7

Increase number of wet labs.

400

7

750

5600 2800 5250 2800

Increase size, add storage. Increase size, add storage. Create double divisible rooms. All 7 science rooms to be half classroom half wet lab. Add sufficient number of classrooms.

Facilities are undersized and need connection to printers. A division between work/teaching space would make things more efficient.

Media Lab

1

16 stations

Technology offices

3

107

Library

1

Support

COMMON SPACE

10

42

BATHROOM 258 SF ELECTRICAL / MECHANICAL 71 SF

3RD - 4TH - 5TH 762 SF

333 326

2

Need classrooms. Currently only teachers to have offices.

Meeting room

CIRCULATION

BATHROOM 206 SF

ELEVATOR 50 SF

3RD - 4TH - 5TH 758 SF

320

7 7

No dry labs.

FOOD SERVICE

MECHANICAL 09

CORRIDOR 13 SF

ART 981 SF

POD 1 852 SF

unit SF

14

none none

SERVICE STORAGE

08 JANITOR CLOSET 32 SF

POD 4 844 SF

2 2

281

Need to get 3 people around a station.

1

16 stations

322

Should open onto lab for easy access and visibility.

3

100

2590

Reconfigure for quiet & work zones. Upgrade shelving. More light needed. Location under performance space not ideal. More access to computers required: combine with media lab.

1

CLASSROOM

07

TEACHERS WORKROOM 151 SF

FACILITIES OFFICE 85 SF

4

1 1

ART

06 BATHROOM 23 SF

2

Technology CONSULTANT

E.Q. STORAGE 86 SF

04

STORAGE 113 SF

Classrooms 28 teachers Humanities Math Science Lab-Science (dry)

01

02

BATHROOM 44 SF

CORRIDOR 74 SF

# of rooms

Spanish

Lab-Science (wet)

STORAGE 149 SF

BUSINESS OFFICE 169 SF

DIRECTOR OF CURRICULUM ELEM 189 SF

READING RESOURCES 87 SF

Koning Eizenberg Architecture and/or its principals and employees waives any and all liability or responsibility for problems that may occur when these plans, drawings, specifications, and/or designs are followed without the professional's guidance with ambiguities, or conflicts which are alleged.

E.Q. STORAGE 211 SF

LEARNING RESOURCES 112 SF

LEARNING RESOURCES 170 SF

COPY/LOUNGE 204 SF

CORRIDOR 232 SF

SOUND ROOM 90 SF

COMMONS 3073 SF

Sufficient

# per # per D1 D2/D3/SI

12

350

Add meeting room for faculty/admin/students.

150

Expand storage.

350

Add meeting room for faculty/admin/students.

1

150

Expand storage.

1

9500

450 occupants. For entire student body and faculty. Can this be off campus? Designated stage/tech/storage. Fixed seats.

1

12000

2

2000

120 occupants. For two division assemblies at a time.

2

2000

120 occupants. For two division assemblies at a time.

200

Add performing arts storage. Regain art storage for portfolios.

535

Soundproof the room.

165

6270

Increase of 5 offices.

100

Add room near Admin.

400

1600

Need more storage for portfolios.

535 700

3

Need gathering and theatre separate (sound and traffic). Too many restrictions and conflicts. 256 occupants. Too small. No sound/lighting board space. Lack of storage. No stage.

2190 1577 350

Combine with media lab. Reconfigure space.

1

1

2535

845

1 1 1 1 1

Increase size. Share with library. Include print room. Combine offices into lab space.

1

1

3

Theatre Space

Music Dance

800

2590

1

Generally sufficient. Add soundproofing.

91

1

Performing Arts

Gathering Space Storage

Reconfigure to increase connection to lab. Reconfigure layout and increase functionality. Add lighting. Upgrade shelving.

82 occupants. Undersized. Acts as passage to theatre which is distracting for occupants. Some in art space. Need dedicated place.

none

Visual Arts

13

30

400 300 2590

845

2535

1

Add more storage for portfolios.

600 occupants. For entire student body, faculty and parents. Fixed seats.

Generally sufficient.

14

BATHROOM 230 SF

Counselling

31

48

32

16

MultiCultural Affairs

49

33

17

College Counselors

15

POD 6 833 SF

Counselor

18

34

19 35

POD 5 836 SF

50 20

CORRIDOR 680 SF

1

7

Athletics - 5 staff

23

Facilities - 5 staff

OWNER / CLIENT 39

Infirmary

24

40

25

26

Need more private space. Adjacency to Gathering Space an issue. Issues? At Mezz. currently.

1 34

PROJECT NO.

0803

TITLE

ELEMENTARY CAMPUS GROUND FLOOR SPACE PLAN

Addition of one private counselling office.

506

2

At basement. Add more offices? How many? Confguration? Location?

Consider location.

100

2

135

135

At basement.

165

5610

Reconfigure. Clarify needed adjacencies.

100

Add room near Admin.

1

350

Is one sufficient if made private?

1

400

1600

One per division for teachers to have desks in and hold curriculum meetings.

4

134 1502

6

959

1

421

1

518

300

Can this be in the former café area of the library? Can it be used by students and admin?

1

3000

Cafeteria.

959sf dedicated. Most in specialized classrooms.

In hallway currently.

1

Too few. Not enough privacy. Work rooms for faculty. 337

1

Conference Room- private

?

?

A1.03

04.18.08

911

none

Food Service

shared

How is this used? Too large? Can it become the work room?

1

Need a meeting space for students: 10-25 occ.

1

Sufficient for gathering space.

251

Outdoor Space

3515

Athletics

?

1

300

3000

7000

Currently one half basketball court on deck.

10000

Double size, half green.

3515

One half basketball court on deck.

9200

Gymnasium-one full basketball court, 2/3 half courts, volleyball, lockers, training/weight rooms, offices, seats.

160000

235000

Matrices/Spreadsheets

Bathrooms + Service

2749

Circulation - 15%

16383

Parking

62

29700

479

TOTAL built

One per division. What are the needs of this? Can the kitchen be shared w/ gathering space? Create a space adjacent to the library?

Cafeteria.

251

Undersized. Outdoor deck. No green space.

none

400

1

?

Outdoor deck.

Kitchen

350 350

1

400

1 4

1

Student meeting room

1

397

1 noine

Faculty lounge

Is this awkward?

none

Work room-Admin Work room-Faculty

SHEET NO.

DATE

38

718

1 6

none

Conference Room- open

12201 Washington Place Los Angeles, CA 90066

125

1

113 506

5467 1087

Meeting rooms PROJECT TITLE

Wildwood School

54

165

6

General Admin - 8 staff Non-advisory teachers - 18

22 38

53

253

1 33

Finance - 1 staff

21 37

52

ELECTRICAL CLOSET 38 SF

125

1

2

Educational Therapist Administration - 53 desks Academic - 7 staff Advancement - 6 staff

36 51

POD 3 846 SF

POD 2 862 SF

BATHROOM 235 SF

Need more private space.

47

80

400

32000

80

400

Lawn for eating lunch.

9200

Gymnasium

150000

Track+Field

30000

Tennis (4)

55000

Softball

150000

Baseball

32000

51117

Wildwood School 07/08 School Year Program/Area Calculations SECONDARY CAMPUS

ELEMENTARY CAMPUS

Classrooms Area Type Division 1 (D1) Humanities Math Science

# of Rooms

Need more?

What type?

1313 641 362 310

2 1 1

yes / no yes / no yes / no

classroom / lab / other classroom / lab / other classroom / lab / other

2547 1280 573 694

4 2 2

yes / yes / yes /

classroom / lab / other classroom / lab / other

Division 3 (D3) Humanities Math Science

2670 1297 734 639

Senior Institute (SI) Humanities Math Science

2570 1264 663 643 TOTAL

Current Enrollment

Area (sf)

Division 2 (D2) Humanities Math Science

4 2 2 4 2 2

yes / yes / yes / yes / yes / yes /

no no no no no no no no no

9100

classroom / lab / other classroom / lab / other classroom / lab / other classroom / lab / other classroom / lab / other classroom / lab / other

Projected Enrollment

55

116

121

Area Type

Intermediate Gardes (3-5) Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade TOTAL

Area (sf)

# of Rooms

5073 852 862 846 844 836 833

1 1 1 1 1 1

yes / yes / yes / yes / yes / yes /

no no no no no no

7348 2721 2277 2350

3 3 3

Need more?

yes / yes / yes /

no no no

12421

What type?

Current Enrollment

Projected Enrollment

144

164 56 53 55 308

105

397

Support Spaces

Support Spaces

Area Type Administration Art Common Space Lab Music Storage Theatre

Parking Compact Standard TOTAL

Washington Site Tour/ Faculty Meeting

Classrooms

Primary Grades (K-2) Pod 1 Pod 2 Pod 3 Pod 4 Pod 5 Pod 6

Area (sf)

# of Rooms

7323

35

Need more?

yes /

no

What type?

office / prep / other

2535

3

yes /

no

4167

4

yes /

no

indoor / outdoor / cafeteria / lounge / other science / perf arts / multimedia / music / other

2237

4

yes /

no

1272

2

yes /

no

902

17

yes /

no

2375

1

yes /

no

Existing 26 28

Needed

54

studio / gallery / other

practice room / classroom

Area (sf)

Area Type Administration

4135

Art

981

Common Space

3989

Lab Storage

# of Rooms

19

Need more?

yes /

no

1

yes /

no

2

yes /

no

What type?

office / prep / other studio / gallery / other indoor / outdoor / cafeteria / lounge / other

3471

3

yes /

no

science / perf arts / multimedia / music / other

1346

12

yes /

no

general / PE / other

Existing 30 3

Needed

general / PE / other seating / storage / other

Parking Standard Accessible TOTAL

33

Short Term Opportunities

Scenario Breakdown Scenario 1

Olympic Campus Refit for High School and Middle School, acquisition of site for Other Programs (Gym, Performance Space, Arts)

Campus One: Refit Olympic Site High School and Middle School Site (sf): Total Indoor Space (sf): Total Outdoor Space (sf): Existing Parking (spaces):

Campus Two : New Site Gym, Performance Space and Arts 63,597 54,602 3,800 64

(1.46 Acres) as per 2000 SPF drawings as per 2000 SPF drawings (26965 sf) as per 2000 SPF drawings

100% of Current Program Secondary School : D1, D2, D3 and SI Students Teachers Administration Space Classrooms Humanities Math Science (D1) Spanish Special Use Media Lab and Tech Dry Science Lab Wet Science Lab

Typical (sf) 500

SI Room

Parking

Number

600 600

Common Space Gathering Space / Multi-Purpose Library Gallery Administration Administration Administration Support Meeting Space Faculty Lounge Division Meeting Rooms D1 Room D2 Room D3 Room

Service

Size (sf) 13,000 7,000 3,500 500 2,000

1 3 3

600 1,800 1,800

2,000 2,590 1,300

350

3 1 1 1 1 1

Subtotal

40,959 40,959

Parking Spaces

Campus One: Site

3,000 900 1,050 900 350 350 350 350 30,340

10,619

64

Outdoor and Cafeteria Space Green Space and Cafeteria

3,800

size (sf)

cost ($/sf)

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Space Art Center Art Studio Music Room Music Practice Room Dance Room

(0.94 acres)

Site (sf): Total Indoor Space (sf): Existing Parking (spaces):

(6000 sf)

92,063 34,272 56

(2.1 Acres) interior floor area only

Service

Elementary School: K-5 Students: Teachers: Administration Typical (sf)

cost ($)

0

$300

$0

54,602 0

$250 $150

$13,650,500 $0

Number

750 500 100 800 Subtotal

Service (35% of above) Circulation serving as informal meeting space

Size (sf) 4 2 2 2

3,000 1,000 200 1,600 5,800

2,030 Building Indoor Total

7,830

Performance Space + Gym Auditorium 450 Seats Gym (NBA Basketball, Volleyball, 2 Half Courts, Seats) Performance Space and Gym Total Building Grand Total

15,000 12,000 27,000 34,830

Parking

Art Center - Parking Spaces (1 stall per 500 sf, 1 stall Gymnasium - (1 stall per 100sf) Auditorium - (1 stall per 35sf or 1 per 5 fixed seats)

15 120 215 Parking Total

6,000 48,000 86,000 140,000

ExteriorTotal

10,000 10,000

Outdoor Space Green Space and Cafeteria

Building Footprint Footprint of School Indoor Performance Space and Gym Exterior Space

Total divided between two levels

Total Building Footprint

3,915 27,000 10,000 40,915

Assumptions

Parking

Green Space and Cafeteria on Roof Performance Space and Gym on one level Art Center on two levels Underground parking Track and Field (150,000 sf) not included

Campus Two: Acquistion Site

Campus One: Hard Cost (not including site acquisition)

$13,650,500

Total Hard Cost

$62,598,500

Campus Two: Hard Cost

Circulation Bathrooms Mechanical Storage Misc. Service

308 15 17 Average (sf)

Number

845 816

16 6 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1

140

1 1

1 1

Subtotal

size (sf)

cost ($/sf)

cost ($)

40,915

$300

$12,274,500

34,830 140,000

$450 $150

$15,673,500 $21,000,000

5,073 7,348 533 752 1,280 981 350 222 264 280 87 1,439 1,217 3,073 3,406 151 912 0 0 0 0 0 0 27,368

56

17,000

4,242 1,170 234 1,379 307 7,332 34,700

Service Total Grand Total

Parking Spaces

Campus Three: Acquistion Site

Size (sf)

0 0 0 0 0 0

Outdoor Space Big Yard Outdoor Pod Space Handprint Courtyard Lunch Area

Campus Two: Construction Building Parking

Space Classrooms K - 2nd Grade 3rd - 5th Grade Spanish / Health Special Use Multimedia Science Lab Art Physical Education After School Kitchen Learning Resources Reading Resources Performing Arts Common Space Library Commons Administration Administration Teacher Workroom Faculty Lounge Additional Spaces Health Blocks Small Meeting Room Large meeting Room Infirmary Enrichment

Service

26,965

Campus One: Construction Building Interior Parking

Campus Three: Existing Washington Site Elementary School 40,915 34,830 10,000 15

100% of Current Program

26 14 7 1 4

Service (35% of above) Circulation serving as informal meeting space Indoor Total Grand Total

Summary

Site Required (sf): Recommended Total Indoor Space (sf): Recommended Total Outdoor Space (sf): Recommended Parking (spaces):

Performance Space + Gym Used by All Campuses

397 28 53

23,327 3,840 1,176 2,496

size (sf)

cost ($/sf)

cost ($)

0

$300

$0

0 0

$450 $150

$0 $0

Campus Three: Construction

$48,948,000

Building Parking Campus Three: Hard Cost

$0


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Interim Improvements (Upper School)

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Wildwood School: Interim Improvements City

Los Angeles, CA

Program

Interim improvements to existing facilities

Client

Wildwood School

Completion In progress As Wildwood school continues to investigate site opportunities we are assisting with improvements to their existing facilities. We redesigned the basement library and have created new science laboratories and classrooms. We are currently working on Elementary school yard improvements.


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Intersecting Curricula

Elementary Improvements (Lower School) Wildwood “woods”


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SHARED PHILOSOPHY We understand the needs of educators and students and bring experience with both public and progressive schools DSA EXPERIENCE 1994 earthquake retro-fits for LAUSD 2007 John Adams Middle School remodel and additions (under construction) All technical consultants have DSA experience

DSA specialist Babak Aivai included on team (pull from bio) LAUSD EXPERIENCE Pre-qualified for LAUSD lottery Add Babak

EDUCATIONAL REMODEL EXPERIENCE PS#1,Wildwood,Temple Israel of Hollywood Preschool and Dayschool, Children’s Institute, Inc. Otis Booth Campus, and Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh


CHARTER SCHOOL EXPERIENCE No charter school experience but extensive independent school experience (PS#1, Wildwood, Oakwood, Herb Alpert Educational Village, and Temple Israel of Hollywood Preschool and Dayschool)

FEASIBILITY & MASTERPLANNING EXPERIENCE PS#1,Wildwood,Oakwood, Herb Alpert Educational Village, Temple Israel of Hollywood Preschool and Dayschool, and Children’s Institute, Inc. Otis Booth Campus


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Firm Profile

Koning Eizenberg Architecture is known for its imaginative, site specific and peopleoriented approach to the design of places of everyday living. Established in 1981 by Hank Koning FAIA, FRAIA, LEED AP, and Julie Eizenberg, AIA, with Brian Lane, AIA, LEED AP assuming a managing principal role in 2003, and Nathan Bishop LEED AP in 2011, the firm combines a discipline of tight budgets and a hands-on pragmatism with a commitment to sustainability and the value of informal social spaces. The firm’s fresh, contemporary aesthetic brings design excellence to a wide range of building types, from housing to community centers, schools to hotels, recreational facilities to retail, and work places to museums. The breadth of this experience translates into an ability to generate creative responses to design challanges within budgets that conventionally sustain only generic solutions. Koning Eizenberg Arichitecture has consistently demonstrated an ability to infuse mainstream construction culture with strategic design invention that parlays sustainability and amenity into groundbreaking educational and community projects. The success of the work has raised public expectations and also reinvigorated architects interest in everyday projects and socially responsible programs. Leadership in sustainability is entwined with leadership in community programs. Work dating back to the eighties highlights passive cooling, healthy building strategies and sustainable water management well before LEED was invented, and includes more recently the design of the first LEED accredited Park in the country ( LEED silver) in 2006 and the largest LEED accredited museum (again LEED silver) completed in 2004, as well as gold and silver accredited housing projects.

The firm is often selected to work on projects that require creative thinking to tackle complex issues of programming, site use, and contextual fit. Its ground-breaking work in housing, educational, and community-based projects has achieved international recognition. The firm counts more than 70 design awards and several successful national design competitions to its credit. An influential approach to design has earned Koning Eizenberg recognition as 2009 AIA California Firm of the year and the principals are often called upon to lecture, teach, and participate on panels and in forums worldwide. Remarkably diverse in appeal, Koning Eizenberg projects have been widely published in professional journals, books and general interest periodicals, both in the United States and abroad, including two monographs, Koning Eizenberg Buildings (Rizzoli, 1996) and Architecture isn’t just for special occasions (Monacelli 2006) which provide a more indepth look into the philosophy of the firm.


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SELECTED AWARDS


Firm Awards 2009 2007 2006 2004

AIA California Council Firm of the Year Award Forumfest V, Los Angeles Forum for Architecture & Urban Design Firm Sustainable Quality Award, City of Santa Monica Residential Architect Leadership Awards, Firm of the Year

John Adams Middle School 2009

Westside Urban Forum, Schools | In-Progress Award

Herb Alpert Educational Village 2006 2006 2004

AIA/Los Angeles NEXT Award LA Business Council Architectural Award, Unbuilt Westside Prize Educational/Unbuilt, Westside Urban Forum

PS#1 Elementary School 2000 1999 1999

AIA California Council Honor Award AIA/Los Angeles Merit Award Sustainable Quality Award from the City of Santa Monica

Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005

Rudy Bruner Gold Medal Award National Preservation Honor Award AIA/National Honor Award for Architecture AIA/California Council Honor Award AIA/Los Angeles Honor Award AIA/Pittsburgh Honor Award and Green Design Citation ID Design Distinction Award MBA Building Excellence Award for Best Project Over $5-Million American Architecture Award, The Chicago Athenaeum AISC Innovative Design and Excellence in Architecture, Steel Merit Award


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SELECTED ARTICLES


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Architecture for Education: New School Designs from the Chicago Competition

2000

Residential Architect June 2004

2002

ARCHITECTURE < CULTURE > DESIGN

Albert Veˇcerka/ESTO

April 2005

At the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, artist Ned Kahn and architects Hank Koning and Julie Eizenberg made the facade a wind sculpture, with fluttering acrylic flaps that create abstract patterns like passing clouds. Copyright © 2005 Bellerophon Publications, Inc. For website posting only. Bulk printing prohibited. 81

Metropolis

Architecture

Metropolitan Home

April 2005

Apr 2006

Jul-Aug 2006

BUILDING 1 2 3

TEXT BY MIMI ZEIGER PHOTOS BY ERIC STAUDENMAIER

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Architect

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