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P hil ad elp hi a Uni ver si ty

C_ABE College of Architecture and the Built Environment Headquarters


Greg Peterson & Kati e Renner Proposal for a New:

P hil ad elp hi a Uni ver si ty

UTILIZING LANDSCAPE TO CREATE MULTIPLE POINTS OF ENTRTY WHILE REVEALING THE DESIGN PROCESS.

C_ABE College of Architecture and the Built Environment

De s i gn 9 : Fa ll 20 1 2 P ro fe s s o r : David Qu a dr in i


C_ABE


Table of contents Mission Statement Program Documentation Site Analysis Macro Micro Massing Studies Mission ReClarification Program Landscape Building Systems Spacial Experience


PROGRAMDOCUMENT


Mission Statement

The College of Architecture and the Built Environment will create a collaborative environment, both in the building and on the surrounding campus. One of Philadelphia University’s future goals is to create a shared learning environment where different majors can collaborate on projects and develop the interdisciplinary relationships that they will experience in their professional career. To promote this the building will incorporate a series of connections both physical and visual. Through physical manipulation of the site, the building will draw both design and nondesign students and visitors directly into a provocative atmosphere of architectural knowledge and process. The building will also generate visual connections into the architectural process through layers of transparency to give the building an animated presence. This layered transparency will not only appear in the building envelope, but also continue throughout the building interior creating a shared visual and circulative environment between the collective programs of the C_ABE building. The building will incorporate passive systems with major focus on hydrology and solar energy that will not only increase sustainability and building effectiveness, but also provide a physical example of sustainable technologies.


Overall Square Footage

Overall SF

Whil e Gathering our program data it was d eter mined that in an ef fort to manag e the size of our proposed C_ABE building all graduate programs would be placed in the existing Architecture and Desi gn building and SEED Cen ter.

Classroom

Per Program Type

Computer Lab

Overall SF 1950

3750

16662 16662

1950

Lecture Space

Computer Lab

Pin-Up/Conference

2000 2400 2000 2400

3750

Lecture Space

Photo Lab Pin-Up/Conference

1200

Woodshop Photo Lab

1200

Drawing Studio Woodshop

9000

1800 400

Classroom

Drawing StudioStudio (Hotdesk)

9000

1800

Studio (Hotdesk) Dedicated Studio-12

400

Dedicated Studio-12

Dedicated Studio-15

3500

2240 1600 450 600

2240 5400 1600

3500

5400

Dedicated Studio-15

Dedicated Studio-13

Dedicated Studio-13

1400

1400

Materials Library Materials Library

15600 15600

450

Admin Workspace/Reception Admin Workspace/Reception Archives Archives

600

750

Office Office

750

Dean's Office Dean's Office Bathrooms

Bathrooms

30% Circulation+ mechanical

30% Circulation+ mechanical

G en er al Us e Space Type Classroom

Student 30

Faculty Furniture 1 30 Desks/31 Chairs

Square Footage Per 750

Number Req'd 4

SF Total 3000

Computer Lab

15

1

18 Desks, 19 Chairs

650

4

2600

Lecture Space

60

1

100 Chairs

2000

1

2000

Pin-Up/Conference

12

1

20 Chairs

800

5

4000

Admin Work/Reception

0

3

3 Desks, 3 Chairs

450

1

450

Materials Library

0

0

Shelving

600

1

600

Archives

0

0

Shelving

1600

1

1600

Photo Lab

15

1

15 Desks, 15 Chairs

1200

1

1200

Woodshop

50

2

9000

1

9000

Drawing Studio

15

1

700

2

1400

15 Desks/16 Chairs

Total General Use

Space Type Studio (Hotdesk) Dedicated Studio

25850 Student 15 12

Faculty Furniture 1 15 Desks/16 Chairs 1

12 Desks/13 Chairs

Square Footage 700

Number Req'd 5

600

26

SF Total 3500 15600


Studio Square Foot age by Program Studio Breakdown By Program

Academic Program Academic SquareSF Footage

Space Type Classroom

Student 30

Faculty Furniture 1 30 Desks/31 Chairs 600

1 9

wn By Program 4

750

Computer Lab Space Type Lecture Space Classroom

1 18 Desks, 19 Chairs Student Faculty Furniture 600 60 11 100 Chairs 30 30 Desks/31 Chairs Classroom 1950 15600

Landscape Arch

22

12 15

Academic SF

600

Materials Library 3750 750 5400 Pin-Up/Conference

Archives Admin Work/Reception Historic Preservation

2000

Interior Design

Photo LabLibrary Materials

15600

2000

0 60 00

3500 2400

01

Computer Lab 1400

Lecture Space

1200

Pin-Up/Conference

15 0

Drawing Studio Photo Lab Woodshop

50 0 15 15 50

Computer Lab

20 Desks, Chairs Lecture Space 18 19 Chairs 1200

9000 Classroom

9000

1400

11 2400 31

0 12

1950

Landscape Arch

3500

1200

9000

Interior Design

3750 5400 Historic Preservation

Admin LectureWork/Reception Space 15600

Woodshop Archives

2400

B. Architecture

Pin-Up/Conference Computer Lab

22

2000

Academic SF 15

750

B. Architecture

1950

3750

5400

3500

1400

Pin-Up/Conference

Photo Lab3 Chairs 3100 Desks, Chairs Woodshop Drawing Studio Shelving 20 Chairs Studio (Hotdesk) Dedicated Studio-12

Program Square Foortage SquareNon-Academic Footage Per Number Req'd SF Total 750 4 450 3000 Non-Academic SF

Classroom

Computer Lab

1600

400 2600 Admin Worksp SF1800Total Archives 2000 3000 Office Dean's Office

650 Square Footage Per 2000 750 Non-Academic SF

4 Number Req'd 14

800 650

54

Bathrooms 4000 2600 30% Circulatio

11

450 2000

15

600 4000

11

1600 450

11

1200 600

Lecture Space

Pin-Up/Conference Photo Lab

Woodshop

Drawing Studio

Studio (Hotdesk)

Dedicated Studio-12 Dedicated Studio-15

450 Studio-13 Dedicated Materials Library

1600

16662

450 2000

2240

600 800

400 1800

2240

Admin Workspace/Reception Archives

03

Shelving Dedicated3 Studio-15 3 Desks, Chairs

1600 450

10

15 Desks, 15 Chairs Materials Library Shelving

1200 600

20

Shelving

9000 1600

11

9000 1600

11

15 15 Desks/16 Desks, 15 Chairs Chairs

700 1200

21

1400 1200

Photo Lab Woodshop Drawing Studio Studio (Hotdesk) Dedicated Studio-12 Dedicated Studio-15 Dedicated Studio-13

16662 Dedicated Studio-13

Materials Library

2

9000

Office

Dean's Office Bathrooms 30% Circulation+ mechanical

Dedicat ed Use 25850 1 9000

Studio (Hotdesk)

15 Student 15

1 15 Desks/16 Chairs Faculty Furniture 1 15 Desks/16 Chairs

Square700 Footage 700

2 Req'd Number 5

1400 SF Total 3500 25850

Dedicated Studio Space Type Dedicated Studio Studio (Hotdesk)

12 Student 15 15

1 12 Desks/13 Chairs Faculty Furniture 11 15 Desks/16 15 Desks/16 Chairs Chairs

600 Square Footage 750 700

26 Number Req'd 15

15600 SF Total 750 3500

Drawing Space StudioType

Dedicated Dedicated Studio Studio

13 12

11

13 12 Desks/14 Desks/13 Chairs Chairs

600 600

9 26

5400 15600

Office Dedicated Studio

0 15

11

115Desk/3 Chairs Desks/16 Chairs

80 750

28 1

2240 750

Dean's Office Dedicated Studio

0 13

11

13 Desks/14 Chairs

400 600

19

400 5400

Bathrooms Office

0

1

1 Desk/3 Chairs

300 80

6 28

1800 2240

Total Dedicated Dean's Office Use

0

1

400

1

29690 400

300

6

55540 1800 16662 29690 72202

Total SF spaces Bathrooms 30% Circulation+ mechanical Total SF Overall Total SF spaces 30% Circulation+ mechanical Total SF Overall

55540 16662 72202


Pro posed Ma st ers Progr am L oac t i on s _ A & D

Archive

Materials Library

Computer Lab

Pin-up Space/ Conference Room

M Architecture Studio

Computer Lab

Masters of Geo Design Studio MS Interior Architecture Studio

Office Office Office

M Architecture Studio

MS Architecture Studios

Storage Pin-up Space/ Classroom Storage

Restrooms Office

Materials L ibrary and Archive Pin up / Classroom Offi ces Restrooms Computer labs Studios

M Architecture Studio

Masters of Geo Design Studio

MS Interior Architecture Studio

Office Adjunct Space Office

Masters of Geo Design Studio

Office Office

MS Architecture Studio

MS Interior Architecture Studio

MS Interior Architecture Studio

MS Interior Architecture Studio

MS Interior Architecture Studio


Pr op os e d Mas t er s P r ogr am L oactions _ SEED

Office Office

Office

Office

Office

Office Fab Lab

Mechanical

Reception

Classroom Restroom

Pin-up Space

Conference Room

Computer Lab

Mechanical

Restroom

MS Historic Preservation Studio (Hotdesk)

Meeting Space

MS Historic Preservation Studio (Hotdesk)

Materials Library

Pin-up Space/ Classroom

MS Sustainable Design Studio

Materials L ibrary and Archive Pin up / Classroom Offi ces Restrooms Computer labs Studios

MS Historic Preservation Studio (Hotdesk)

MS Sustainable Design Studio

MS Sustainable Design Studio

MS Sustainable Design Studio


SITE ANALYSIS


Philadelphia University hosts a relatively small campus that runs along both sides of School House Lane with a current enrollment of 36,000 students that is growing every each year. The campus is comprised of many different styles of architecture ranging from historic mansions to contemporary complexes. The University has many notable boarders and margins such as the large number of neighboring residencies of high wealth as well as the entire main campus existing within the Wissahickon water shed. The campus offers several potential sites to house the C_ABE building and so a through investigation of how potential sites could benefit the goals of the mission statement was crucial.

Ma cr o Si t e A n aly si s


Campus Architecture Buildings

Building Usage

DEDICATED ARCHITECTURE STUDIOS

DEDICATED LANDSCAPE STUDIOS

Academic Administrative Residence Halls Academic Support Multi-Purpose

UNDERCLASSMEN HOT DESKS


Parking

Philadelphia Solar Paths

Pedestrian Vehicular Campus Parking

Hydrology

Wind Study (April - September)

Run-off Intensity


Mic ro Sit e Analysis

The Site of the existing townhouses offers many opportunities for reshaping the landscape as it has a 15ft change in elevation within the buildable area. The site also sits within the Wissahickon Water Shed which means permeable built surfaces are a good fit to the demands of the site. With the site pros far outweighing the site cons, and the high potential for using the lanscape to create multiple points of entry, the site was ideal.


Academic Building Density

Site Pros - Academic Hub

Site Setbacks

Site Pros

Swale: 50ft from Center

- Academic Hub

Historic Preservation: No Setback

- Sharable Utility Systems

Building: 35ft Roads: 25ft

Maximum Surface Site Area

68,510 SF

Site Cons

Site Cons - Relocation of 70 Students - Water Swale Management

Residential Town Houses Relocation: Short Term:

Site Pros - Academic Hub

- Recontract Alden Park

Site Pros Hydrology

- Academic Hub

Impermeable Surfaces

Long Term:

- Sharable Utility Systems - Good Direct Site Run-off

- New Residence Hall on Ravenhill - Replace Independance Plaza with more Space Efficient Houseing

20,000 ft 3 Maximum Water Storage

Site Cons

Site Cons

- Relocation of 70 Students

- Relocation of 70 Students - Water Swale Management

Key Site Features

Site Pros

Current Parking

Site Pros

- Academic Hub

- Academic Hub

- Sharable Utility Systems

- Sharable Utility Systems - Good Direct Site Run-off - Existing Parking

Site Cons

Site Cons

- Relocation of 70 Students

- Relocation of 70 Students - Water Swale Management


Wind Patterns (April - September)

Site Pros

Site Pr

- Academic Hub

- Academic

- Sharable Utility Systems

- Sharable Systems

- Good Direct Site Run-off

- Good Dir Site Run-

- Existing Parking

- Existing

- New Circulation Hub

- New Circ Hub

- Natural Venilation

- Natural Venilatio

- Solar Ex

Site Cons

Site Co

- Relocation of 70 Students

- Relocatio 70 Stude

- Water Swale Management

- Water Sw Managem

Site Section Collag e


Equinox

Summer Solsti ce

Winter Solsti ce


Site Pr

- Academic

- Sharabl Systems

- Good Di Site Run

- Existing

- New Circ Hub

- Natural Venilatio

- Solar E

Site Co

- Relocati 70 Stud

- Water S Managem

Kanbar

Site Pr

- Academic

- Sharabl Systems

- Good Di Site Run

- Existing

- New Circ Hub

- Natural Venilatio

- Solar E

Site Co D.E.C.

- Relocati 70 Stud

- Water S Managem


MASSINGSTUDIES


MISSION RECLARIFICATION


1st Year Hotdesk

Assembly Drawing Studios Hot Desk

Fab Lab

2nd Year Studios

5th Year Studios

4th Year Studios

Classrooms

Materials Lab

Office

4th Year Studios

Photo Lab

Program


Hub to Atrium Relationship

studio Double height crit space Computer Lab

1st year Hot 2nd year Atrium 3rd Year 4th Year 5th Year


Studio

Pin-Up

Studio

Computer Lab

Pin-Up Circulation/ Breakroom

Hot Desks

Fabrication Lab

Lecture Hall

Gallery


Land s cap e


Nelson Atkins Musem_Steven Holl

Ewha Womens Academy_Dominique Perralt

Paul Klee Musem_Renzo Piano

Parco Della Muscia

Sarphatistraat Offices_Steven Holl

School and Residence_ Chartier Dalix


P r e c e den c e In developing the landscape in and around the new CABE Building we took a look at the way the projects on the left utilized land. Through studying these projects we were able to establish a language of landscape that moves the occupant through out our building. While studing landscape we also explored screening systems in other projets that could be translated into our projet. As we were looking to develop different levels of transparenct in our building to reveal the architectural process screening methods surfaces as the most relevant way to acheive the facades we envisioned.


BUILDING SYSTEMS


Facade Study


Site Plan

Geotherma;l Well Field

Water Collection Cistern

Solar Array

N


Sketch Sectional Facade Studies


Reflected Ceiling Plan


SPATIAL EXPERIENCE


Floor 1

Kanbar Elevation

Floor 2


Floor 3

Floor 4

Seed Elevation


Dec Elecation


Alumni Field


CABE  

a building proposal for Philadelphia University's College of Architecture and the Built Environment

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