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Design Center for the Electr ic Car Por tland, Oregon Master of Architecture | 2011 Por tland State Univer sity Bachelor of Ar ts in Architecture | 2009 The Univer sity of Nor th Carolina at Char lotte


Detail Design Design Center for the Electric Car

DESIGN CENTER for the ELECTRIC C AR COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN PROJECT

Stephen Salazar . ARCH 582. December 9, 2010 . Professor Corey GrifďŹ n

For Comprehensive Building Design, my design studio under took the creation of a prototyping facility for an electric car manufacturer on the East Side of Por tland, Oregon located on Burnside Street. At the beginning of the project we were given 6 sites to choose from along the new Burnside/Couch couplet, our task was to identify the site, in response to zoning, and code requirements, that best fit our personal goals for the DCEC (Design Center for the Electric Car).

Page(s) Schematic Design Fall 2010 Final Design Boards ...............................................1-2 Detail Design Spr ing 2011 Project Goals ..............................................................3 Environmental Str ategies .........................................4 Plans .............................................................................5 Str uctur al Design .......................................................6

Fascinated by the pattern of day/night use located next to existing retailers and restaurateurs I chose a par tially empty site neighboring the historic arcades of Burnside street and the popular Bossanova concer t venue. In order to speak to the language of the arcades, no longer permissible by building code, I chose to gray the line between site boundar y and utilize building cantilevers to infer enclosure along the streetscape as well as identify group spaces of the design studios. This work sample comprises various elements of the final document compilation, and identifies components of this unique design scheme.

Enclosure System .......................................................7 Constr uction Detail ...................................................8 Occupancy Loads .......................................................9 Lighting Design .........................................................10


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Project Goals Design Center for the Electric Car 1. CONTEXT Utilize the character of West Burnside, its eclectic architecture, business and plans for expansion to incorporate the aims of an innovative electric car design. As the automobile engages the precedent of automobiles previous, this design center will recognize the existing architecture along the Burnside, allowing the architecture to inform while allowing the design center exemplify innovation and forward thinking. 2. PUBLIC FACE Being the headquarters for the design for an electric car this facility will allow transparency along the façade at ground level. This will draw public interest, from those both walking and driving by, to the goings on of the design center. The functions along the ground oor will include exhibition space for lectures and events.

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3. COLLABORATION Integrating the wide knowledge from the design staff is important to the development of the electric car. Design studio space will be organized such that collaboration between design teams can occur from desk to workshop and vice versa so knowledge may be shared. 4. SUSTAINABILITY Designing a vehicle that produces zero emissions implies environmental consciousness. This design center will pursue sustainable strategies such as daylighting, natural ventilation, and storm water reclamation to illustrate the design centers position on the preservation of the environment. These strategies will produce a productive and comfortable climate for the designers and employees. 5. DIALOGUE Allocate space for the public to gather such that information from the design center may be presented to the community allowing for public feedback to the design teams. This dialogue will be important in developing public support of the project as well as providing the design teams with the needs, wants and concerns of the consumer.

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DCEC

Design Center for the Electric Car

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Basement Level

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1. Exhibition Hall 2. Community Room 3. The Farm Restaurant 4. Outdoor Seating 5. Service Entry 6. Storage Lift 7. Storage 8. Bike Storage and Showers

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Second Floor 1. Design Studio 2. Team Bays 3. Atrium/Event Space 4. Kitchen/Break Room 5. Large Critique Space 6. Clay Model Shop 7. Small Pin Up Spaces

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Design Center for the Electric Car

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1.1.Green GreenRoof Roof 2.2.Conference ConferenceRoom Room 3.3.Rain RainCistern Cistern 4.4.Covered CoveredMeeting MeetingArea Area5.5.Research Research&&Reference ReferenceLibrary LibraryTesting Testing

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The final design incorporated an exhibition space for lectures and events, incorporation of the The Farm restaurant which occupied the site previous, as well as entry to underground parking. The second and third floors are design spaces, the second floor being for group discussion and studio desks, the third being for the manufacture of car prototypes. The roof level, is occupied by an extensive green roof, that aids in storm water catchment/management as well protection of the roofing membrane. This roof space houses the design library for product research as well as a conference room the roof space is designed to allow for entertaining of fund raising events and donors.


Structure Design Center for the Electric Car

DCEC VERTICAL CIRCULATION

Design Center for the Electric Car

CAR ELEVATOR & EGRESS STAIR 2

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Structure Design Center for the Electric Car Basement Level (Lateral Support in Red)

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Structural System

The Design Center utilizes a concrete slab construction. The North/South spans are symmetrical at 30’ per bay. The East/West spans are not symmetrical measuring 32’for two bays and the last measuring 41’. The large spans of this construction type necessitiate concrete drops around the columns in order to allow enough connection room for the steel rebar. The lateral support for this building is offered by the 2 egress stairs and the car elevator.

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Enclosure System Design Center for the Electric Car WEST FACING ELEVATION scale: 1/8”:1’

WEST FACING DETAIL WALL SECTION scale: 1/8”:1’

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The system of enclosure for the west facing facade of the design center is multi-layererd and is mobile. The outer portion of the ssystem is made up of a metal fin shading system that is hung from the exterior wall and mounted in three positions. This shading system is operable, expanding as the afternoon progresses and retracting in the evening to allow transparency to the street. This shading systetm is inhabitable and offers the designers space to collect and relax. The Interior wall of the system is made up of Nana Wall, that offer a door free facade.


Construction Detail Design Center for the Electric Car

WEST DETAIL WALL SECTION scale: 1/8”:1’

DETAIL SECTION scale: 2”:1’

Nana Wall

Metal Platform Radiant Floor System Membrane Separation

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Steel L-Bracket Steel Plate Steel Channel Bolted Connection

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Concrete Perimeter Beam Batt Insulation Metal Finish Material

Steel Channel Nana Wall (Hopper Window)


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Occupancy

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Design Center for the Electric Car Occupancy and Construction Type

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This concrete building is considered a Type 1b Construction. It is made from non-combustible materials and has a non-combustible roof. The maximum allowable height for this construction type is 165’, the proposed building is 66’. Maximum Height/Area according to occupancies and construction type (1b): (IBC table 503) Stories

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[S-2] Parking

[A-2] Restaurant [A-3] Design Showroom and Event space [S-1] Materials storage

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[B] Design Labs, Kitchen and Pin up space

Proposed building footprint in 10,750 sq. ft.

Fire Rating For Exterior Walls Near Existing Buildings Occupancies Adjacent to Neighboring Buildings: Floor [B] [1] [2] [3] [R]

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[S-1] Fabrication and Material Manipulation [B] Research labs

Roof Level [B] Meeting rooms and Reference library

Drawing Scale 1”: 40’


Lighting Design Design Center for the Electric Car LIGHTING BY DAY

LIGHTING AT NIGHT

Lighting Design

With an internal ventilation core the Design Center is able to light the Design floors from two sides. The core also allows daylight to the restaurant on the first floor. In the evening the ventilation core can be lit for the restaurant use. The Design floor staircase is lit by a large light fixture; task lighting is utilized as mush as possible to offer the most efficient lighting startegy.


Design Center for the Electric Car