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Lauren Sieving MARCH, ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY, MAY 2018 BS, URBAN STUDIES AND PLANNING, MIT

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Contents ARBEJDSGLAEDE: JOY AT WORK

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URBAN FLIGHT

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LOVE CHILD OF THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

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WILDERNESS HEALING CENTER

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TERRACE SCHOOL

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SEA EYRIE

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LOFTY SUBTLETIES

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INTERNSHIPS

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CONTACT

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Arbejdsglaede: Joy at Work MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE THESIS MAY 2018

project site

650 people per square mile

8000 people per square mile

It’s 2023, and the full extent of the Mass Central Rail Trail has been completed, extending 104 miles across Massachusetts. Waltham, the City of Industry, is now the home of numerous corporate headquarters and Nobel laureates. On a low hill on the western edge of the city, the new bike path transects the project site. What are the possibilities? The project is located at an unusually sharp edge in population density. This edge condition presents an opportunity to create a place with urban characteristics, yet close to rural amenities. Like the city of Boston looks over a sea of water, this special place sits on the edge of a sea of trees and scenic wetlands with waves of glacial drumlins.

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How can we experience our best sense of well-being and creativity? light phenomenology

solitude

social stimulus

focus

sustainable design

inspiration

creativity

variable stimuli

self-actualization

passive strategies connection to outdoors

Mid-term prototype

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Urban Flight PREFABRICATED HI-RISE HOUSING IN DOWNTOWN PROVIDENCE

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The screens open and close with the days and seasons, with perforations that create patterns of light and shadow. The metal of the myriad petals hanging on the screens is brushed, etched, and polished so that directional appearance varies. They can move and whisper in the wind like leaves on a tree. The iridescent effect shows patterns of wind you can read on the building like a sailor reading the advancing wind in the texture of waves on water.

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Residents enjoy a smart and social building

Sky bridge connects neighbors

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Form and enclosure: inspiration from under a microscope user: SecretDisc/Wikimedia Commons / SEM image of a Peacock butterfly wing, slant view 1 / 16 Jan 2007

Operable light-colored screens on the dark building temper the SHGC (Solar Heat Gain Coefficient) to favorable levels in any weather.

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Early aggregation studies This diagram studies how structural color and iridescence are related in peacock butterfly wing scales. This quality of the scales inspired the iridescent behavior of the building’s screens.

The angular alignments inspired the twisting form of the building.

The compact but exciting downtown site was not assigned until late into the form studies. The unit aggregations yielded not only these graceful sprawling horizontal strategies, but also the undulating vertical form that fits the site well.

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Assembly of the prefabricated units into dwellings

Modules stack in a simple grid pattern, even on the levels that appear to have a twisting form

Dwelling units: color blocks Modules: white dashed lines

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Sliding screens for privacy or relaxed interaction between neighbors

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Program responds to market

Retail

1 bedroom

Circulation

2 bedroom

Club level

3 bedroom

Studio/loft

Penthouse

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Street context

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Wall section


6th floor plans

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Love Child of the Chocolate Factory URBAN AGRICULTURE AND COMMUNITY-BUILDING IN PHILADELPHIA

1865 heavy timber column bays pull forward to generate an undulating greenhouse form harmonizing with the existing building, which functions as a giant trombe wall Earth tubes and 100+ hollow solar chimney columns cool the massive greenhouse Yesterday’s chocolate is today’s arugula

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Vertical agriculture + community water parks + cafe + market

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An eternal imperative meets a new typology We are a planet of 7 billion people and growing. As the world’s population concentrates in burgeoning cities, the available productive agricultural land decreases while transportation costs and distances increase. What if cities could provide a significant portion of their own food, fresh and local? In Philadelphia, Washington Avenue has been an industrial corridor ever since the PW &B rail line ran its length. Now the freight railway is gone, and many of the industrial and manufacturing buildings have been converted to warehouses or abandoned. However, after undergoing a recession and major population loss, the city is beginning to thrive again. An abandoned chocolate factory sits empty, waiting to become a compelling and successful urban agricultural demonstration project with vibrant retail and community features that celebrate the wonderful diversity from the row house neighborhoods surrounding the industrial zone of Washington Avenue. The simple, agrarian rural lifestyle of 19th century America may be only a memory, but our longing for community and connection to the most elemental components of our survival will never fade. It is time to explore new urban agricultural typologies that renew this sense of community and connection to growing things.

Environmental strategies ideal southern exposure

solar chimneys integrated into over 100 columns and elevator cores

sun on brick stores winter daytime warmth double-skin design with electrochromic glazing and shading

wind-catching roofs over open spaces

green west wall

geothermal air intakes under long site precondition air both summer and winter tunnel through the existing chocolate factory accelerates prevailing summer winds

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Inspiration collage

Soaring sunlit spaces create a community winter escape

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The development of form Physical models explore forms that achieve program goals. All of the models removed parts of the original chocolate factory or perforated the building to increase pedestrian circulation to the site. This strategy broke up the 400’ long megablock into a more human, walkable urban scale. Early models explored the hypar form, then various shed and gable forms, and also curved forms, after research revealed that curved greenhouse roofs were very common in the 1800’s. It was appealing to try to use a greenhouse form that dated from the period of the original chocolate factory construction in 1865. A breakthrough was made when the column bays of the original factory were pulled forward onto the footprint of the new building. This constraint combined with the early iceberg study yielded the final form.

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PROGRAM AND SUNSHINE

TRADITIONAL GREENHOUSES


EXUBERANT HYPARS

STAGGERED LATTICE

GRACEFUL ICEBERG

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Ground floor plan and site section A

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Public paths meander up, down, over, and between the growing spaces. All program elements are designed to draw passersby into the vast greenhouse to enjoy program amenities, while creating an amazing microclimate for residents of the converted chocolate factory to experience from their balconies.

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Water gardens, cafe, market and growing spaces are magnets drawing people into and through the site

Concept collage: community spaces are designed to accommodate both day and evening events

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Technical solutions for interior comfort Good envelope design is where the rubber of sustainability hits the road. Incorporating passive strategies is extremely important because over the life of the building, the mechanical systems are usually the largest consumers of energy in the building. Passive strategies were maximized such as earth tubes, solar chimneys, solar heat gain, and sun shading. The doubleenvelope design enabled different target temperature zones, further reducing active demand. The cafe has three seating zones: air conditioned, passively ventilated, and exterior shaded.

air handler supply return exhaust fresh air intake

3D axonometric diagram of structural and mechanical systems

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Envelope strategy

S U M M E R F A L L

S P R I N & G W I N T E R

passive heat/solar gain active heating dehumidification electrochromic shading natural ventilation mechanical ventilation air conditioning

passive heat/solar gain active heating dehumidification electrochromic shading natural ventilation mechanical ventilation air conditioning

passive heat/solar gain active heating dehumidification electrochromic shading natural ventilation mechanical ventilation air conditioning

Target termperature range, F

outer envelope

inner envelope for plants

inner envelope for people

original chocolate factory

kitchens

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60-80

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Refinement and resolution: wall detail section TO COLUMN CHIMNEY 146' 4 - 7/16"

TO PARAPET 144' 8 - 11/16"

TYP EXTERIOR GREENHOUSE ASSEMBLY DOUBLE-GLAZED CURTAINWALL ASSEMBLY WITH FLUSH SILICONE CORNER SEAMS ELECTROCHROMIC GLASS FOR LIGHT AND HEAT MODULATION OPERABLE VENTING SKYLIGHTS 3 32" ALUMINUM-ENCASED RIGID FOAM COLUMN INSULATION STEEL CHIMNEY CAP SYSTEM WITH OPERABLE VENTS PAINTED BLACK THERMAL BREAK GASKET FOR CHIMNEY CAP 7 " HSS + (4) 4" X 8" CLULAM COLUMN CHIMNEY SYSTEM 10" X 14" X 16 6" X 12 GLULAM BEAMS TO SUPPORT CURTAIN WALL

VERTICAL GREENHOUSE ASSEMBLY DOUBLE-GLAZED CURTAINWALL ASSEMBLY WITH FLUSH SILICONE VERTICAL SEAMS OPERABLE VENTING SKYLIGHT 5 " STEEL ANGLE FRAMING 2.5" X 2.5" X 16 4" CONCRETE SLAB WITH RADIANT HEAT OVER 8" CLT FLOOR STEEL VENT GRATE OVER VENT OPENING WITH MOTORIZED SLIDING CLOSURE SKY GREENS VERTICAL GARDEN WITH HYDRAULIC ROTATION SYSTEM FIN. FOURTH FLOOR 133' 0"

FIN. THIRD FLOOR 122' 0" GROWING MEZZANINE 120' 10"

EXTERIOR WALL ASSEMBLY 8" SHIPLAP CEDAR SIDING 1" X 3" FURRING 3" MINERAL FIBER INSULATION AWV BARRIER 3/4" EXTERIOR FIBERGLASS MAT SHEATHING 2" X 6" LT GUAGE METAL STUD WALL 5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD FIN. SECOND FLOOR 111' 0"

FIN. FIRST FLOOR 100' 0" TYP INTERIOR GREENHOUSE FLOOR 4" CONCRETE SLAB 2" RIGID INSULATION WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE 10" GRAVEL BED

TYP EXTERIOR PAVING 4" EXTERIOR CONCRETE SLAB OR 2" BRICK ON SAND BED LANDSCAPE FILTER / WEED BLOCK FABRIC 10" GRAVEL BED

GROUND LEVEL 92' 11"

The buildings touch lightly but are structurally independent because the chocolate factory was not designed to support a building addition.

BASEMENT 89' 11"

FOUNDATION SYSTEM DRAINAGE FILTER MAT DRAINAGE BOARD 2" RIGID FOAM INSULATION WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL MORTAR SLOPE PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE IN GRAVEL BED 18" EARTH TUBE FRESH AIR INTAKE 64F SUMMER MAX 44F WINTER MIN

B.O. FOOTING 087' 11 - 11/16"

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A new urban agricultural experience for the community

Vertical growing platforms overhead shade the cafe from t

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the summer sun. Like the subtle motion of bees collecting nectar, they rotate the plants 1mm per second, heightening the sense of presence of the growth process

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Thin Places FRANCONIA BROOK WILDERNESS HEALING CENTER

The Celts use the term “thin place� to describe a special place where it feels as if heaven and earth meet. The compound of buildings is on a series of thirteen waterfalls. Each building is designed to respond to a different part of the emotional healing process. This meditation pav threshold of the womb but perceiving the infinite. It facilitates the healing process of rebirth.

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Meditation Pavilion

a screen composed of circles within circles: infinity, connectedness, possibilities

remote site in the mountains of New Hampshire set on a brook with a vilion, set into the mountainside, creates an experience of being on the

level 2

level 1

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Still Water Court

Thin places are often associated with stillness, vastness, sky, and water. This courtyard uses layers of canvas screens to shield the reflection pool from winds that blow across the valley. The lightness of the canvas screens plays against the firmness of the stone walls just as the intimacy of the inner court contrasts with the vastness of the setting.

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Fire Pavilion for Gathering

Some pavilions offer solitude, but this one fosters community. This “lantern room� creates a welcoming effect when a roaring fire glows from within a ring of stacked corbeled cordwood. It shines like a beacon in the night, inviting all to come and share. A physical model built of small twigs further explored this simple but fitting idea of a building that could renew itself every year.

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Site plan

VISTA TOWER FLOWING WATER SPA SUN PAVILION

ZEN GARDEN STILL WATER PAVILION WATERFALL CAVE ORACLE PAVILION TREETOP COTTAGES SHARING FIRE PAVILION DINING HALL SCREEN PAVILION MEDITATION PATHS UNDER COTTAGES PRIVIES

CONTOUR INTERVAL 10’ 0

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The navigation of the paths in the compound, even the river crossings, are a deliberate part of the healing journey. The locations of the pa but there is also choice and variation. The final healing step is to trek up to the vista tower. Departing guests can ponder the possibilities no down on their journey.

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avilions can imply a sequence and procession, ow that their healing is complete while looking

Program, experience, stimulus

ENCLOSURE

SOLITUDE

PRACTICAL

STILLNESS

INFINITY

SILENCE

TRANSCENDENCE

STILLNESS

Each setting offers a unique combination of sensory experiences across a variety of metrics. This empowers guests to fine-tune the setting to their needs and moods.

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Meditation paths under sleeping pavilions

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Designing in a remote area presents many challenges. The site is an 8 mile hike from the nearest road, ringed by mountains on three sides. Many of the structures are demountable. They are built of lightweight materials, most of which could be carried in, although some would require helicopter transport. The key to designing in natural place is to build in a way that touches lightly on the land, and to work with the contours and water features. This approach not only makes the project more feasible, but it enhances the experience of place for the people that journey there.

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Terrace Elementary School MONTESSORI SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER IN FALL RIVER, MA

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This school empowers children to learn independently and work purposefully. They begin each day by choosing their workspace. Students take turns arranging colorful snap-in translucent panels on the south-facing classroom windows, knowing family and community will see their creativity. Work includes growing food in greenhouses, cooking, animal care, and tending the roof gardens.

Media Classroom Outdoor Learning

Staff dining/resource Administrative/health Community Cafeteria

Service Circulation Gymnatorium

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If walls could speak... 3 A1.01

- PARAPET CAP - EPDM ROOFING MEMBRNE - 34" EXTERIOR PLYWOOD - TOP CLEAT

TO PARAPET 116' 8 - 3/4"

GREEN ROOF 113' 2 - 3/4" TO PARAPET 116' 8 - 3/4"

- 7" SOIL - COVER BOARD - 6" RIGID INSULATION - 34" DRAINAGE MEDIA --PARAPET CAP EPDM MEMBRANE -- EPDM ROOFING COVER BOARD MEMBRNE -- 34METAL " EXTERIOR DECKPLYWOOD -- TOP CLEAT BENT PLATE - W12 X 53

GREEN ROOF 113' 2 - 3/4"

- 1-3" GFRC PANEL WOOL INSULATION -- 3" 7" MINERAL SOIL -- FLASHING COVER BOARD MEMBRANE -- AWB 6" RIGID INSULATION 3 X 1.5 X 0.25 -- 3HSS 43" DRAINAGE MEDIA 4" PLYWOOD -- EPDM MEMBRANE BEVELED MAPLE WINDOW FRAME -- CUSTOM COVER BOARD - METAL DECK - BENT PLATE - W12 X 53

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- DOUBLE-GLAZED FIXED WINDOW UNIT SNAP-IN LUCITE PANEL, --1-3" GFRCTRANSPARENT PANEL VARIES -COLOR 3" MINERAL WOOL INSULATION TRANSLUCENT SLIDING PANEL --FLASHING OPAQUE SLIDING PANEL --AWB MEMBRANE - HSS 3 X 1.5 X 0.25 - 34" PLYWOOD - CUSTOM BEVELED MAPLE WINDOW FRAME

- 34" T&G OAK FINISHED FLOOR - 4" CONCRETE SLAB WATERPROOFINGFIXED MEMBRANE -- DOUBLE-GLAZED WINDOW UNIT 2" RIGID TRANSPARENT FOAM INSULATION -- SNAP-IN LUCITE PANEL, COLOR VARIES - TRANSLUCENT SLIDING PANEL - OPAQUE SLIDING PANEL

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- -3438""T&G OAK FINISHED WATERSTOP SEAL FLOOR - 4" CONCRETE SLAB - WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE - -2" RIGID FOAM INSULATION DRAINAGE FILTER MAT - DRAINAGE BOARD - WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE - CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL

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- MORTAR SLOPE - PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE IN GRAVEL BED

B.O. FOOTING 095' 0"

- 38" WATERSTOP SEAL - DRAINAGE FILTER MAT - DRAINAGE BOARD - WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE - CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL

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- MORTAR SLOPE - PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE IN GRAVEL BED

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ARCH 331

CONSTRUCTI

ARCH 331

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ION MATERIALS AND ASSEMBLIES II

ON MATERIALS AND ASSEMBLIES II

- PARAPET CAP

- PARAPET WALL WINDOWS TO GREEN ROOF

- PARAPET CAP

- PARAPET WALL WINDOWS TO GREEN ROOF - 1-3" GFRC PANEL THROUGHOUT FACADE EXCEPT WHERE NOTED

- ALUMINUM CLAD WINDOWS BEHIND PANELS

- 1-3" GFRC PANEL THROUGHOUT FACADE EXCEPT WHERE NOTED

- ALUMINUM CLAD WINDOWS - ALUMINUM CLAD CASEMENT BEHIND PANELS WINDOWS

The defining element of this project is the south-facing exterior wall of the classrooms. Using Climate Consultant, I determined which months of the year have daytime temperatures too warm for recommended human comfort. Then, using the Shadows and Geolocation tools in Sketchup, I found an overhang angle for this wall that would prevent direct sunlight from shining into the classroom during these months.

Passive strategies for a better student experience Because the school includes three solar chimneys, sliding panels to open the classrooms to the hallways, and operable windows in every classroom, passive ventilation is also possible to achieve comfort on warm days. Fall River has cold winters so insulation appropriate for this latitude and thermal break strategies are employed in the envelope. Solar heat gain on this south wall is desirable during swing season and winter months, but glare can be a problem for classrooms. Room darkening strategies are important for both nap time and the use of AV equipment.

Achieving comfort through meaningful work - ALUMINUM CLAD CASEMENT WINDOWS

BRICK VENEER WALL ASSEMBLY - MODULAR BRICK VENEER - ADJUSTABLE MASONRY TIES - 1" AIR SPACE - 3" MINERAL FIBER INSULATION - AIR/MOISTURE BARRIER - 3/4" EXTERIOR OSB SHEATHING - FIBERGLASS BATT INSULATION - 5X5X41' HSS - 2X4" LIGHT GAUGE STEEL STUD WALL - VAPOR RETARDER - 3/4" GYPSUM WALL BOARD BRICK VENEER WALL ASSEMBLY - MODULAR BRICK VENEER - ADJUSTABLE MASONRY TIES - 1" AIR SPACE - 3" MINERAL FIBER INSULATION - AIR/MOISTURE BARRIER - 3/4" EXTERIOR OSB SHEATHING - FIBERGLASS BATT INSULATION - 5X5X41' HSS - 2X4" LIGHT GAUGE STEEL STUD WALL - VAPOR RETARDER - 3/4" GYPSUM WALL BOARD

SCALE : 1/2" = 1'

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SCALE : 1/2" = 1'

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To control glare and enable room darkening, two sliding panels are built into the window assembly. The first panel is translucent; the second one is opaque. All windows are accessible by a climbing wall designed to provide the students additional places to read, work, interact, and think, but also, meaningful work is an important part of the Montessori curriculum, so the students will play an active role in climbing the wall to adjust the window shades when needed. This will give them a sense of contributing and accomplishing needed tasks every day, in addition to many other programmatic details related to work in and on the building.

Creative expression for all to see The snap-in Lucite panels in varying colors are an important part of the school’s mission concept, which is that all students’ actions count, both in the school and the wider world. Every student gets a week where the layout of the colored panels is his or her responsibility, and they can take pride in knowing that everyone who walks or drives by the school will admire their creations.

Learning roofs insulate the building and reduce runoff The occupiable roof is another part of the envelope that is important to the goals of the school. The classrooms are terraced so each one accesses a green roof or wetland at grade. Students can grow native plants and learn about the wildlife they support. These spaces reduce storm water runoff, an important feature on a small urban site. Green roofs also reduce cooling loads.

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The multifunctional Montessori classroom Peace Corner

Indoor Growing

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Computer Station

A/V

Animal Care Art Supplies

Work Tables


Connection to Hallway

Science Resources

Configurable Workspace Display

Solar Oven

Roof Garden

Outdoor Learning

Learning Kitchen

Open Floor Space

Building Materials Reading Corner

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First floor plan

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Light monitors 38 Radio Station 39 Recording Studio

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Site planning to create a public space

Placement of entrance plaza creates a vibrant public event space

Increased visibility of students’ endeavors and achievements to the community.

Large video displays student work, performances, and announcements.

Community resource for movie nights and concerts in the plaza.

Adjacent dead-end street can be closed to traffic, connecting the plaza to Kennedy Park for large events

Mesh screen “columns” are sculpted to form a child-sized seat to activate the social space in the pick-up and drop-off area.

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Program features

Different terracing options for capitalizing on the solar orientation were considered.

The bell tower is rung at the start and end of school by students. There is also a procession at the first day of kindergarten and 5th grade graduation where every student rings the bell.

The entrance plaza creates a strong sense of place and gathering and connects the school to the park and community.

The cloister-style sidewalk creates a pedestrian amenity for the community. It also provides a procession to the bell tower for special school events. It evokes scholarship.

A courtyard increases daylighting and ventilation, provides mental and emotional benefits and wellbeing.

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Sea Eyrie MULTIPURPOSE EVENT HALL IN BRISTOL, RI

A flexible event hall, gallery space, outdoor sculpture garden, and cliff walk on a point of land with 270 degrees of water views. The design response sought to explore variations on the line between interior and exterior while using light to sculpt space.

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Lofty Subtleties DETAILED DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS FOR AN URBAN LOFT

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BATH ELEVATION

KITCHEN ELEVATION

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Internships MARCUS GLEYSTEEN ARCHITECTS, SUMMER 2016

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Work included 3D modeling in Sketchup, color studies using AutoCAD and Illustrator, redlining in AutoCAD, and multi-exposure processing in Photoshop.

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ACTWO ARCHITECTS, WINTER 2016

preparation of legal filing documents for third party design

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Work included field measurements to verify as-built documents, client meetings, 3D modeling in Sketchup, and production of condominium documents in VectorWorks.

design development study

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VERNERJOHNSON INC, SUMMER 2017

Site plan

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First floor schematic plan

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Contact Lauren Sieving 32 Pleasant Street Waltham, MA 02452 lsieving881@g.rwu.edu 781-439-4310

Lauren Sieving | Portfolio  

MArch, Roger Williams University, May 2018; BS, MIT DUSP

Lauren Sieving | Portfolio  

MArch, Roger Williams University, May 2018; BS, MIT DUSP

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