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Redirecting Attention to lowering cost & raising student performance


planning


classrooms facing north/south axis for daylight harvesting


administration close to main entry


kitchen and mechanical to buffer west heat


clerestory on perimeter of communal spaces

white roof

simple forms, simple structure, more cost effective to offset green features


Orientation 

Sustainable systems   

Geothermal Daylight harvesting Rain water Harvesting

Preserving vegetation  

site plan

Situated on the North-South access to take advantage of as much natural daylight as possible

Reducing volume to decrease overall footprint on the new facility. Retaining as much site vegetation as possible


first floor


second floor


low maintenance materials


rainwater collection


eco pond


garden like entry


proportionately designed for students


earth tone materials


ample communal spaces


abundant daylight


flexible resource bridge


helix slide

helix stair


solstice pixelation windows


r e a l l y, really big elevator


tree house


time zones world map


even teachers wear green


daylight harvesting


53%

Lighting consumption reduction compared to baseline model


64% HVAC efficiency compared to baseline model


54% reduction in hot water consumption compared to baseline model


kWh – August 2011 160,000

140,000

120,000

100,000

80,000

60,000

40,000

20,000

0.00 Eickenroht Elementary

Hoyland Elementary

Lewis Elementary

Major Elementary

Marshall GE Sub-Meters

McNabb Elementary Northgate Crossing Elementary

energy consumption


daily consumption - Sep12 / Sep16

6,000

5,000

4,000

3,000

2,000

1,000

0.00 9/12/2011

Hoyland ES

9/13/2011

Lewis ES

Northgate Crossing ES

9/14/2011

Major ES

9/15/2011

Eickenroht ES

energy consumption

McNabb ES

9/16/2011

Marshall GE Sub-Meters


140,000 120,000

38%

100,000 80,000 60,000

41%

40,000 20,000 0 August 2011

Daily Average

Marshall Ele.

energy consumption


I wonder how it works‌



Gloria Marshall Elementary School