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Alice Waters Center for Urban Food Culture and Education / Portland, OR

Terminal Studio, January-June 2013

Scot Jahn Selected Projects 2010-13


Design Problem

Create a space for production in the area of Portland along Burnside just west of I-405. The program is defined by the designer and incorporates social justice and community involvement. Additionally it has to function as a realistic business model.

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Ground floor use

Distribution of street level uses in the immediate surrounding neighborhood.


Program

The proposed building is centered on food production, education and processing. The ground floor is devoted to a food marketplace where independent producers and growers can sell their goods. The second floor is devoted to restaurant which incorporates a strong vocational training ele-

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ment to involve at-risk youth. The upper floors contain commercial kitchens for small scale food producers to prepare their goods. These floors also provide locations for more demonstration and education for the public. The south facade incorporates a vertical garden to provide produce for the varied constituent projects.

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Market Hall - for independent food vendors and small popup restaurants

Restaurant - in part devoted to training at-risk youth to enter food profession

Commercial & Demon tion kitchens - for prod by small scale entreprene

Vertical Garden

A demonstration project to grow specialized produce for use in the varied activities within the building but also to educate the public on the feasibility of urban agriculture.


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Research - space to explore food processes & production plus additional kitchen space

Rooftop greenhouse - to grow produce for consumption by other building activities


The Growing Residences / Eugene, OR

January- March 2012


single, over 65 (300 sq ft) x4 single, under 65 (600 sq ft) x9 couple, over 65 (900 sq ft) x8 couple, under 65 (1200 sq ft) x8 other non-family (1200 sq ft) x3 other family (1500 sq ft) x4 single parent (1500 sq ft) x6 couple with kids (1800 sq ft) x12

A community for growth

The prescribed goal was to create housing for all income levels to live as one in a community. The solution as outlined here used the common interest of gardening as a unifying factor. The facility revolved around and expanded an existing community garden on neglected land on the edge of downtown Eugene, across from the new Federal Courthouse. In addition to the shared garden space, most of the apartments have private outdoor space for additional areas for cultivation.


3-D Tetris

Different family types have different needs and mixing them together can be somthing of a puzzle. The goal for each apartment was to get natural cross-ventilation in each (except the smallest studios). To make that more easily accomplished, public circulation was limited to two floors as a result most of the apartment types are multi-level.


Stephouse Maritime Retreat for University of Oregon / Depoe Bay, OR

June-August 2012


Retreat Facility

A building on a steep site on Depoe Bay is to be a retreat and research facility for the University of Oregon. Additionally it could be rented to outside parties for similar functions. Housing for 20 students and 2 faculty, dining and study.


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

3 penthouse 69' - 0"

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

2 ground floor 57' - 0"

Details PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

4 roof 79' - 0"

Wall section detail and interior elevation of the same section cut.


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