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  • Scott homes, South Sound Solar, Island Wood, Terry-Thomas building AIA award, Paladino & Co, GBD & Gerding-Edlen, YMCA Camp Seymour
  • GBD & Gerding-Edlen
  • Soils west of Lewis Rd near Kiefer site: known as giles silt loam, (3% to 15% slopes) has the following general characteristics: effective rooting depth of 40-60 inches. Runoff is slow, and the hazard of water erosion is slight. This unit is typically used for woodland, home sites, and pasture (unit well suited to hay and pasture). Seasonal wetness causes muddiness. Build ability the main limitation is slope. Community gardens are part of the giles. 60 inch penetration to hard pan. East of Lewis Rd: Alderwood gravely sandy loam unit (3%-5% slopes.) Unit moderately deep, well drained soil, on glacial till plains. The native vegetation are conifers and hardwoods. A weakly cemented hardpan at depth of 30 inches. Strongly compacted and crushes to very gravely loamy sand. Depth to hardpan ranges from 20 to 40 inches on average. Permeability is moderaltly rapid above hardpan in alderwood soil and very slow in the pan. Available water capacity is low. Effective rooting depth is 20 to 40 inches. Perched seasonal highwater table is at a depth of 18 to 36 inches form November to March. The main limitations on site for septic absorption fields are the hard pan and the seasonal wetness. Wetland buffer, possible category one, located over 300 ft NorthWest of Demeter’s garden. Current and proposed code are max of 300 ft of wetland buffer. North of site is alder and wet soil. Sloping gradient east of farm sloping west.
  • SCAN SUNDIAL
  • compiled three years 2006 to 2008. Comfort zone at 65 degrees. Each month is represented on the 21st on 24hr time clock. July 21st: 6am to 6pm shading require for comfort. October 21st: shading from 8am to 1pm. Heating needed from November till February.
  • SCAN WIND SQUARE Average Annual Wind Speed: 1.3 meters per second. Average consistent throughout year, exceptions for severe storm systems. Average Annual Wind Direction: Bearing to South/Southwest at 190 degrees. Bearing towards southwest in June 233 degrees, and bearing Southeast 159 degrees in January. Current conditions with heavy forest from North make little availability for passive ventilation/cooling gain from winds. North site: possible higher wind than east site due to forest type.
  • cross referencing local temps, wind factor humidity, climates affect comfort, range of comfort in olympia region. This labels what the main design priorities are in need to achieve efficient design. priorities are to keep the heat in, protect from the winter, and use of solar radiation for heat. Analysis: Southern solar exposure, limited east/west exposure. North: site deciduous concentration (alders, maples), Greater solar exposure compared to east site. Two tree clusters in NE & SE hinder optimum conditions. East: site coniferous concentration. Estimated 15-25% western gradient east of Demeter’s garden.
  • Estimate for Hot Water Loads from secondary school base line: Conservative-8million gallons per year. Conventional-17 million gallons per year. Estimates for Electrical Loads- based off compiling occupancy types the appropriate category on the table provided from “sun, wind, light” is the “other” category. Typical: 18.10 wh/ft squared per day. Conservative: 6.72 wh/ft squared per day. Best: 2.88 wh/ft squared per day.

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  • Sustainable Design
    • A New Building for the Organic Farm
  • Education vs. Completion
    • Undergraduates in a Graduate class.......
    So this is Architecture!
  • Summary of first Quarter
    • Duo Research
    • Class Challenges
    • Lectures
    • Site Visits
    • Conferences
    • Solo Designs
    • Quad Designs
    Final Product!
  • Site Visits
  • Presentations by GBD & Gerding-Edlen
  • Research
  • Solo Design Project
  • Stakeholders List:
    • C.E.L.L .- center for ecological learning and living/decision makers for farm
    • C.L.U.C .- campus land use committee/ok’s tree removal and campus projects
    • Board of Trustees - approves all campus budgets and process/ruling body of campus
    • Facilities - runs projects, operations, and maintenance on campus
    • D.E.A.P .- development of ecological agricultural practices/runs Demeter garden and permaculture projects
    • S.E.E.D .- students at Evergreen for ecological design/hosts various presentations to promote individual interests with the goal of building a strong learning community.
    • C.E.C .- Clean Energy Committee strives to promote clean energy technology by providing financial support for green energy projects that benefit the college, the local community, and the global environment.
    • Community Groups - cooper point association
    • Tribes - Nisqually, Suquamish, Snoqualmie and others.
    • Agriculture Student Programs - PSA(practice of sustainable agriculture), Ecological Agriculture, Food Systems and some others.
    • Faculty / Staff / General Students
  • Stakeholder wish list
    • CELL- Soil/kitchen labs for 70 students , lecture space, dance space, seminar space, office looking over farm, welcoming center.
    • CLUC- Ok’d 5 acres expansion north of Demeter’s garden, take out the Deciduous before the Conifers.
    • Facilities- make it solid, clean, operational, and due it fast!!!
    • PSA/ECO-AG/FOOD SYSTEMS- Kitchen, sinks, presentations, lecture, wash stations, mud rooms.
    • DEAP- Keep Demeter’s, Permaculture on Campus.
  • Campus Master Plan
  • Project Mission Statement
    • Mission Statement: To create a place of learning that is welcoming to the community and promotes a natural atmosphere in the build environment awhile encouraging sustainability and preserving the history of the farm.
  • Class Goals & Strategies
    • Site: minimal impact, adaptability to site programs, habitat presentation and permaculture design.
    • Waste: human, construction, and occupancy- resources grey to black water with compost toilets and constructed wetlands; green materials, best management practices, construction process; building training requirements for operations, maintenance and occupants.
    • Water: on site resources, conservation, and reuse with storage, filtration, aquifer recharge, gravity feeds, net zero “watergy” (energy used to move water), retention.
    • Materials: regional material, collection, reuse, local labor and artisan craftsmanship, low embodied energy, simple, biodegradable and/or recyclable.
    • Energy: Net Zero with on site production, conservation and systems education, high efficiency- lights, HVAC, appliances, etc., passive lighting/heating/cooling.
  • GIS: Wetlands & Soil
  • GIS:
  • Site Analysis
    • Sundial
    • Solar Radiation
    • Wind Square
    • Air Movement Principles
    • Site Microclimates
    • Sky Cover
    • Daylight Availability
    • Bioclimate Chart
    • Building Bioclimatic Chart
    • Earth Contact
    • Shading Calendar
    • Electric Loads
    • Service Hot Water Loads
    • SUN DIAL, SOLAR RADIATION, DAYLIGHT AVAILABILITY
    • 112 watts per meter squared.
    • January- 24.3 progresses steadily to 216 w/m2 in July,
    • Steep descend to 17.8 w/m2 in December.
    • based on data from campus weather station.
  • SHADING CALENDAR
  • Rain Data
  • Wind Data
  • BIOCLIMATIC CHART DATA
  • Sky Cover
    • Region is predominantly cloudy to partially cloudy for an idea of how it will affect our passive solar, assuming open space.
  • SERVICE ELECTRIC & HOT WATER LOADS:
  • Quad Projects
  • Quad 1
    • Site Goals :
    Short Term: -Minimal site impact -Incorporate existing trees into layout -Improve welcoming aspect of the farm -Provide outdoor event and common areas Long Term: -Use native plants for re-vegetation -Expand connections between farm functions -Improve access between campus and the farm -New trails Building Goals: Short Term: -Use 100% FSC Lumber -Provide room for 75+ students to participate in food/soils lab -Improve the welcoming aspect of the farm -Minimal building footprint -Provide a flexible and adaptable learning environment Long Term: -Flagship for Organic Farm expansion -Create a 75 + year building -Healthy structure through proper maintenance -Ability to adapt to future uses
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  • Quad 1
  • Quad 2
    • Mission North East Site:
    • Our goal is to design an educational building that has both a low impact on the environment and ties in design and form to the surrounding Evergreen Organic Farm.
    • Parameters:
    • Integrated Farm waste
    • Passive solar
    • Engineered materials
    • Recycled materials
  • The design from Quad two integrates with the current farm. Our design offers a finer facility for learn with the proper equipment and space for potential classes. Additionally By having a through pagoda entrance to the new facilities abutting Demeters our aim to connect the existing farm with the surrounding forest. The structure of our building allows great passive heating and out on the second growth and pine forest.
  • Quad 2
  • Quad 3
    • An experience and participation in Sustainable Design: "A building that is as educational as the programs inside of it"
    • Efficient and Practical Utilities: "Let's do what makes sense"
    • Biomimicry: "We want to bring the outside in, and the inside out- Take cues from nature"
    • Aesthetic Congruity: "Make it look like it belongs on the farm and as a part of campus"
    Strategies:
  • Design Goals:
    • Systems
    • User friendly controls, supplement and enhance with daylight
    • Visible Utilities, make educational but not distracting
    • Plan/consider a "Closed Loop Farm"/ PV array option at an optimal site on farm
    • Operable windows/doors for natural ventilation
    • Thermally massive building envelope (Straw bale, cement, earth for high R-values)
    • Water/Waste  
    • Rainwater catchment, gravity fed [?]   
    • limit impervious surfaces "No blackwater in the drinking water" = composting toilets  
    • Graywater recycling, Bioswales
    • Site/Planning:
    • Integrate Demeter's to create usable landscape
    • Outdoor classrooms, covered walkways and gathering spaces to minimize conditioned square footage.
    • Useable green roof/ hang out space.
    • Building[s] programs flexible, multi use space, can expand and contract
    • Consider natural contours and current circulation patterns in considerations for phased expansion
    • Take material and design cues from campus and farm for best visual fit.    
    • Green Roof
    • Natural Ventilation
    • HVAC
    • Smart Lighting/active lighting 
    • Biomass Gasification Flexibility in Building Program
  • Quad 3
  • Quad 3
  • Quad 4 "Gateway: From Forest To Farm" East Site Partners in Crime: Blas Nadal, Darby Pendergast, Adam Hurst, Ryan Miller
  • Quad 4 Air FIRE WATER EARTH SOLAR GAIN - DAYLIGHTING -HEATING PV ENERGY CATCHMENT ON SITE MANAGEMENT COMPOSTING TOILETS NATURAL VENTILATION ] LOW VOC MATERIALS DISPLACEMENT AIR VENTITLATION MINIMAL IMPACT GEOTHERMAL SOIL REMEDIATION
  • Quad 4
  • Quad 5 Mission Statement: To create a place of learning that is welcoming to community and promotes a natural atmosphere in the built environment, while encouraging sustainability and preserving the history of the farm.
      • Design the functions to meet the needs of multiple stakeholders.
      • Utilize all Active Solar and Natural Lighting
      • Incorporate on the site materials including geothermal and rain water
      • Used stacked structure to minimize envrionmental impact while responding to site conditions
    • Create a connection between the exterior and interior by revitalizing and enhancing Demeters Garden
    • Design a site to connect to existing farm
    • Clearly establish a welcoming public destination to TESC orgainc farm
    • Design for minimal waste through reduced use and rcycling
    • Develop systems for low input maintenace and building operations
      • Criteria:
  • Quad 5: Site Program
  • Quad 5
  • Time for Desk Crits!!!