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LEED Checklist building integrated photovoltaic panels receives energy from The Sun which reduces fossil fuel consumption

A

bike rack

when The Sun is at west the passive shading fins & overhangs reduces the amount of heat gain that affects the residential cooling loads

EAST

solar panels

hybrid cars only

WEST

zeroscape for western shading. rainwater harvesting irrigation

1.

E. Br oad

Stre et

E E storm water retention 8.

A

7.

E handicap parking

6.

1. entry/lobby 2. playground/courtyard 3. suite daycare unique units residential units mechanical/electrical room suite balcony E egress

enhanced natural ventilation through the living units & courtyard, allowing the children and the residents to enjoy a healthy atmosphere

Total points: 47 LEED Gold

E 2.

the storm water retention/rain garden prevents unnecessary water from storm water running off. This also prevents moisture damage and allows it to recharge groundwater

E 3.

E

“strength lies in differences, not in similarities�

Site Plan

First Floor

E

Second Floor

Energy Section (section A-A)

-Stephen Covey

Playground/Courtyard Mike Daley ARCH 301-08 Architecture Design Studio I Professor Cowart Fall 2012

South Elevation

East Elevation

North Elevation

West Elevation

Focal Residential & Daycare Center  

Architecture Design Studio I: Presentation Board

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