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  • 1. Jubilee Wharf Via Verde Mixed use
  • 2. Jubilee WharfPenryn, BritainBill Dunster, ZEDfactory2006
  • 3. . ¯ . ,Context and design
  • 4. . ¯ ¯ , ¯ + 12 6Equality & Diversity
  • 5. . ¯ .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6Ground floorDiversity - Ground floor plan
  • 6. Community
  • 7. ¯Access
  • 8. Open Space
  • 9. Public connection
  • 10. public & private
  • 11. . 200 . ¯Public - Zedshed
  • 12. public & private
  • 13. Design Energy Water Conservation Water treatment Materials Maintenance Waste Community Access, Equality & DiversitySustainability features - bedzed
  • 14. Energy
  • 15. ¯ ¯ KW 6Energy - Wind Tubes
  • 16. Energy - Solar & Wind
  • 17. ¯Energy - Orientation
  • 18. , . ¯SolarThermalTubesWood pelletboilerEnergy - heat
  • 19. Sustainable Materials – Local, Recycle
  • 20. Via verdeBronx, new yorkGrimshaw Architects and Dattner Architects2007
  • 21. Context
  • 22. ¯ ¯ 6Context
  • 23. Context - brownfield
  • 24. New housing new yorkCompetition
  • 25. Grimshaw Architects and Dattner Architects.sustainable, mixed-income housing
  • 26. Site Analysis
  • 27. “We wanted to have the greenness grow out of the architecture We oriented the complex so that the architecture.height of the buildings steps up from south to north bathing the entire site in sunlight. That stepped north,form became the origin for the series of green roofs that also recapture the landscape lost byconstructing the buildings."Sustainable typology
  • 28. ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯¯ ¯¯ ¯integration between Urban & nature
  • 29. ¯ ¯¯Design, Diversity
  • 30. low-income 150 ¯ ¯ ¯ middle-income 71 ¯ ¯ ¯Diversity, mixed use
  • 31. Diversity, mixed use
  • 32. Diversity, organic growth
  • 33. NDiversity - Ground floor plan
  • 34. NDiversity - Typical floor plan
  • 35. GARDEN TOWNHOUSE
  • 36. DUPLEX
  • 37. TOWR APARTMENTS
  • 38. Green Roofs
  • 39. leed gold New york state energy research and development authority (nyserda) ¯ " ¯ ¯ , ¯Sustainability standards
  • 40. Energy Model
  • 41. ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯Energy - light, water, electricity, heat
  • 42. ¯ ¯Sustainable - Health
  • 43. Sustainable - Skin
  • 44. Sustainable - Skin
  • 45. Both projects reflects a commitment to a new kind of sustainability -not just the environmental sustainability of green roofs andcompact fluorescents but also the social and economic sustainabilitythat can only result from housing with a mix of incomes and uses.