ProjectScott Dunlap      Portfolio               2011
Banner Estrella Medical Center . Phoenix, Arizona . 2001-2004                                          Life‟s most signifi...
Banner Estrella Medical Center . Phoenix, Arizona . 2001-2004                                          Life‟s most signifi...
Life‟s most significant moments often occur in hospitals - times of birth, death and rebirth. Yet,hospitals continue to be...
Banner Estrella Medical Center . Phoenix, Arizona . 2001-2004                                          Select Publications...
Banner Estrella Medical Center . Phoenix, Arizona . 2001-2004                                          Awards:            ...
Banner Estrella Medical Center . Phoenix, Arizona . 2001-2004FACTS:                                                       ...
Banner Gateway Medical Center . Gilbert, Arizona . 2005-2007                                        Built on the Banner Es...
NBanner Gateway Medical Center . Gilbert, Arizona . 2005-2007                                        Built on the Banner E...
Banner Gateway Medical Center . Gilbert, Arizona . 2005-2007                                        Awards:               ...
Banner Gateway Medical Center . Gilbert, Arizona . 2005-2007                                        Quote:                ...
Banner Gateway Medical Center . Gilbert, Arizona . 2005-2007                                        Select Publications:  ...
Banner Gateway Medical Center . Gilbert, Arizona . 2005-2007FACTS:                                                  30 mon...
Sharp Memorial Hospital . San Diego, California . 2000-2008                                          This project was an e...
Sharp Memorial Hospital . San Diego, California . 2000-2008                                          This project was an e...
Sharp Memorial Hospital . San Diego, California . 2000-2008                                          This project was an e...
Plug and Play Prefabricated Hospital . 2001                                              “The only constant in healthcare ...
Gates Foundation . Seattle, Washington . 2006 Concept Development                                        Extensive researc...
Gates Foundation . Seattle, Washington . 2006 Concept Development                                        Extensive researc...
The Little Nell . Jackson Hole, Wyoming . 2008                                            This design is derived from the ...
The Little Nell . Jackson Hole, Wyoming . 2008                                            This design is derived from the ...
Medical Center of Louisiana, New Orleans . Interview Win - 2008                                         (Interview Win Onl...
L’Enfant Plaza Development, Washington DC . 2008                                       This project is a repositioning of ...
L’Enfant Plaza Development, Washington DC . 2008                                       This project is a repositioning of ...
L’Enfant Plaza Development, Washington DC . 2008                                       This project is a repositioning of ...
L’Enfant Plaza Development, Washington DC . 2008                                       Just one project within the master ...
Holy Cross Hospital, Maryland . 2009                                       More than just a suburban 100 bed greenfield ho...
Holy Cross Hospital, Maryland . 2009                                       More than just a suburban 100 bed greenfield ho...
Holy Cross Hospital, Maryland . 2009                                       More than just a suburban 100 bed greenfield ho...
Holy Cross Hospital, Maryland . 2009                                       More than just a suburban 100 bed greenfield ho...
Holy Cross Hospital, Maryland . Present                                      More than just a suburban 100 bed greenfield ...
Phu Quy Design Competition – December 2009                                      Competition for a mixed-use project in Ho ...
Phu Quy Design Competition – December 2009                                      Competition for a mixed-use project in Ho ...
Phu Quy Design Competition – December 2009                                      Competition for a mixed-use project in Ho ...
Phu Quy Design Competition – December 2009                                      Competition for a mixed-use project in Ho ...
Huishan Mixed Use Transit Development Competition – May 2010                                       This was the winning su...
Huishan Mixed Use Transit Development Competition – May 2010                                       This was the winning su...
Huishan Mixed Use Transit Development Competition – May 2010                                       This was the winning su...
Google Landscape Design Competition – August 2010                                       A competition for the Google Mount...
Google Landscape Design Competition – August 2010                                       A competition for the Google Mount...
Google Landscape Design Competition – August 2010                                       A competition for the Google Mount...
Changsha Mixed Use Development Competition – October 2010                                       This is a study in movemen...
Changsha Mixed Use Development Competition – October 2010                                       This is a study in movemen...
Changsha Mixed Use Development Competition – October 2010                                       This is a study in movemen...
Oregon State Psychiatric Hospital, Junction City, OR – Present                                           This is a new men...
Sacramento Criminal Courthouse, Sacramento, CA – Present                                         This project was won in p...
Sacramento Criminal Courthouse, Sacramento, CA – Present                                                    Integrated Tea...
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  1. 1. ProjectScott Dunlap Portfolio 2011
  2. 2. Banner Estrella Medical Center . Phoenix, Arizona . 2001-2004 Life‟s most significant moments often occur in hospitals - times of birth, death and rebirth. Yet, hospitals continue to be the most architecturally under explored places. This project looked to its desert setting to understand how simplicity can be enriching and meditative. Every cactus, spire and canyon is an event. Each event brings with it light & shadow, life & death, heat & cool, dry & wet. Over time change is evident. Over time healing occurs. This project explores simplicity and materiality as agents for healing.
  3. 3. Banner Estrella Medical Center . Phoenix, Arizona . 2001-2004 Life‟s most significant moments often occur in hospitals - times of birth, death and rebirth. Yet, hospitals continue to be the most architecturally under explored places. This project looked to its desert setting to understand how simplicity can be enriching and meditative. Every cactus, spire and canyon is an event. Each event brings with it light & shadow, life & death, heat & cool, dry & wet. Over time change is evident. Over time healing occurs. This project explores simplicity and materiality as agents for healing.
  4. 4. Life‟s most significant moments often occur in hospitals - times of birth, death and rebirth. Yet,hospitals continue to be the most architecturally under explored places. This project looked to itsdesert setting to understand how simplicity can be enriching and meditative. Every cactus, spire andcanyon is an event. Each event brings with it light & shadow, life & death, heat & cool, dry & wet.Over time change is evident. Over time healing occurs. This project explores simplicity andmateriality as agents for healing.
  5. 5. Banner Estrella Medical Center . Phoenix, Arizona . 2001-2004 Select Publications: Newsweek - Fixing Americas Hospitals, October „06 Architectural Record - October „06 Health Facilities Management - April „06 Contract - Contract Award Recipient, January ‟06 “Change Design”, NBBJ – 2006 Healthcare Design Magazine - Cover Story, ‟06 Phaidon, Contemporary World Interiors „07
  6. 6. Banner Estrella Medical Center . Phoenix, Arizona . 2001-2004 Awards: ‟06 - Best of Healthcare Interiors Award, Contract Magazine ‟05 - AIA Arizona, Honor Award ‟05 - Award of Excellence in Healthcare, Pacific Northwest Chapter of IIDA, IN Awards ‟05 - NBBJ Project of the Year ‟05 – Modern Healthcare , Award of Excellence ‟04 - Southwest Construction Magazine, Best Project over $5million
  7. 7. Banner Estrella Medical Center . Phoenix, Arizona . 2001-2004FACTS: 36 months design thru construction. $201/sf. construction cost. Approx. 500k sf. Designed to expand to 3 times the size with no impact to overall circulation, infrastructure, materials delivery, main lobby and entry. The demand for tours has been so great that the client charges $2,500 to, $12,000 per tour. Primary building materials are concrete (tilt-up and CIP), copper, glass and painted metal. Basis for the Banner “Franchise Model”.
  8. 8. Banner Gateway Medical Center . Gilbert, Arizona . 2005-2007 Built on the Banner Estrella planning model, this birthing and well-care community hospital focuses on the life giving aspects of the desert. Canyons are the places of greatest fertility in the desert. Canyons are eroded events and experienced from within, not from a distance. This building was, therefore, designed from within. Here canyon is defined as a series of protected rooms or experiences along a path. Materiality is derived from the earth while rhythm is derived from the building systems.
  9. 9. NBanner Gateway Medical Center . Gilbert, Arizona . 2005-2007 Built on the Banner Estrella planning model, this birthing and well-care community hospital focuses on the life giving aspects of the desert. Canyons are the places of greatest fertility in the desert. Canyons are eroded events and experienced from within, not from a distance. This building was, therefore, designed from within. Here canyon is defined as a series of protected rooms or experiences along a path. Materiality is derived from the earth while rhythm is derived from the building systems.
  10. 10. Banner Gateway Medical Center . Gilbert, Arizona . 2005-2007 Awards: ‟08 - AIA Seattle Honor Awards - Commendation Award ‟08 - Best of Year 2008, Interior Design Magazine, Healthcare, Merit Award ‟08 - Award of Excellence, Modern Healthcare Design Awards ‟08 - Honor Award, Excellence in Masonry Architectural Award, Arizona Masonry Guild ‟08 - Award of Merit, International Illumination Design Awards ‟08 - NBBJ Project of the Year Award ‟08 - Best Healthcare Project, AZ|Re RED Awards ‟07 - Award of Excellence in Healthcare, Pacific Northwest IIDA, IN Awards ‟06 - Honorable Mention, Conceptual - Contract Healthcare Environments Award
  11. 11. Banner Gateway Medical Center . Gilbert, Arizona . 2005-2007 Quote: "The hospital is a hard typology, presenting architects with a series of difficult hurdles that are completely distinct from those of the vanity house. This project reflects the degree to which architecture can transform human experience. The extensive use of daylight, the relationship of interior and exterior spaces, the powerful public spaces, and the fresh design approach offer a direct reward to people at a time of tremendous stress." 2008 AIA Honor Awards, Seattle WA
  12. 12. Banner Gateway Medical Center . Gilbert, Arizona . 2005-2007 Select Publications: Architectural Record – September ‟08 Interior Design – December ‟08 Healthcare Design – Architectural Showcase, September ‟08 Modern Healthcare – September „08
  13. 13. Banner Gateway Medical Center . Gilbert, Arizona . 2005-2007FACTS: 30 months design thru construction. $322/sf. construction cost., 165 Beds, Approx. 350k sf. Primary building materials are concrete block, pre-aged cor-ten steel, glass and synthetic stucco. Based on the Banner “Franchise Model”. Over 10,000 people came to the community open house to experience the project.
  14. 14. Sharp Memorial Hospital . San Diego, California . 2000-2008 This project was an early exploration into the nature of healthcare buildings. Most hospitals are a closed book, not much about the content can be gleaned from the cover. This project investigates what happens when the book is turned inside out. The hard cover disappears, the content is easily read and the marker shows the point of human interaction. This insists that what the building communicates from the exterior must be experienced once inside.
  15. 15. Sharp Memorial Hospital . San Diego, California . 2000-2008 This project was an early exploration into the nature of healthcare buildings. Most hospitals are a closed book, not much about the content can be gleaned from the cover. This project investigates what happens when the book is turned inside out. The hard cover disappears, the content is easily read and the marker shows the point of human interaction. This insists that what the building communicates from the exterior must be experienced once inside.
  16. 16. Sharp Memorial Hospital . San Diego, California . 2000-2008 This project was an early exploration into the nature of healthcare buildings. Most hospitals are a closed book, not much about the content can be gleaned from the cover. This project investigates what happens when the book is turned inside out. The hard cover disappears, the content is easily read and the marker shows the point of human interaction. This insists that what the building communicates from the exterior must be experienced once inside.
  17. 17. Plug and Play Prefabricated Hospital . 2001 “The only constant in healthcare is change” … If that is true, why do we build the same way that we have for decades, or even centuries? What can architects learn from shipping and manufacturing, from product design and technology? Why does updating technology for health cost millions of dollars, take months or years, and create immense waste? Perhaps we need to change the way we think about the making of buildings, the way we are compensated, the way we design.
  18. 18. Gates Foundation . Seattle, Washington . 2006 Concept Development Extensive research and a rigorous process moved the original design of the Gates Foundation toward a very handsome architecture, yet the client felt that the spirit of the place was missing. Most likely, the client surmised, the creative process was inhibited. A three week effort resulting from that realization brought about three distinct design proposals. This chosen direction (above) was the greatest departure from the original design and master plan. The concept is that the Foundation, firmly rooted in Seattle, creates worldwide connections that would not have otherwise existed. The base buildings adhere to the city grid, the “boomerang” shapes reach to the corners of the earth. The landscape provides a canopy, a grounding scale, that the buildings soar beyond to
  19. 19. Gates Foundation . Seattle, Washington . 2006 Concept Development Extensive research and a rigorous process moved the original design of the Gates Foundation toward a very handsome architecture, yet the client felt that the spirit of the place was missing. Most likely, the client surmised, the creative process was inhibited. A three week effort resulting from that realization brought about three distinct design proposals. This chosen direction (above) was the greatest departure from the original design and master plan. The concept is that the Foundation, firmly rooted in Seattle, creates worldwide connections that would not have otherwise existed. The base buildings adhere to the city grid, the “boomerang” shapes reach to the corners of the earth. The landscape provides a canopy, a grounding scale, that the buildings soar beyond to
  20. 20. The Little Nell . Jackson Hole, Wyoming . 2008 This design is derived from the notion of a section cut from the mountain. What can be learned by looking at that section? How does that idea influence places of activity, shelter and indulgence? How does it influence tectonics? The building is also specific to the geologic history of Jackson Hole in the way that glaciers carved the up heaved land, leaving craggy peaks and deep lakes. Still, the goal of this project goes well beyond making a beautiful, modern and luxurious hotel. It must create champions for living in support of our environment. It must entice its visitors to desire the luxury of sustainable design in their daily lives and homes. It must make them want to use their influence to entice others.
  21. 21. The Little Nell . Jackson Hole, Wyoming . 2008 This design is derived from the notion of a section cut from the mountain. What can be learned by looking at that section? How does that idea influence places of activity, shelter and indulgence? How does it influence tectonics? The building is also specific to the geologic history of Jackson Hole in the way that glaciers carved the up heaved land, leaving craggy peaks and deep lakes. Still, the goal of this project goes well beyond making a beautiful, modern and luxurious hotel. It must create champions for living in support of our environment. It must entice its visitors to desire the luxury of sustainable design in their daily lives and homes. It must make them want to use their influence to entice others.
  22. 22. Medical Center of Louisiana, New Orleans . Interview Win - 2008 (Interview Win Only)- This is arguably one of the most significant projects of recent years and one of the most controversial. The Medical Center of Louisiana, New Orleans (along with adjacent VA hospital) will rebuild over 70 acres of downtown New Orleans. The challenges of creating a significant medical center that will stand the test of this place are obvious. The larger opportunity is to step well beyond the bounds of the project in order to act as a catalyst to create a new neighborhood, one which is sustained not only by the hospitals themselves but by associated industries. Prefabrication plants, housing, construction, education, agricultural parks, retail and health associated development are some of the far reaching opportunities being discussed. In this way we hope to significantly contribute to the rebuilding of New Orleans.
  23. 23. L’Enfant Plaza Development, Washington DC . 2008 This project is a repositioning of the iconic LEnfant plaza in Washington, DC. Already, a major intersection for the underground Metro system, this is destine to become an even more significant and active place as the DC SW waterfront development begins. The project includes master planning, new large scale commercial development, massive retail renovation (in the below plaza pedestal), hotel renovation, structural, MEP and life safety upgrades, urban development and a new hotel.
  24. 24. L’Enfant Plaza Development, Washington DC . 2008 This project is a repositioning of the iconic LEnfant plaza in Washington, DC. Already, a major intersection for the underground Metro system, this is destine to become an even more significant and active place as the DC SW waterfront development begins. The project includes master planning, new large scale commercial development, massive retail renovation (in the below plaza pedestal), hotel renovation, structural, MEP and life safety upgrades, urban development and a new hotel.
  25. 25. L’Enfant Plaza Development, Washington DC . 2008 This project is a repositioning of the iconic LEnfant plaza in Washington, DC. Already, a major intersection for the underground Metro system, this is destine to become an even more significant and active place as the DC SW waterfront development begins. The project includes master planning, new large scale commercial development, massive retail renovation (in the below plaza pedestal), hotel renovation, structural, MEP and life safety upgrades, urban development and a new hotel.
  26. 26. L’Enfant Plaza Development, Washington DC . 2008 Just one project within the master plan and re-development of L‟Enfant Plaza , the extended stay hotel will re-work the existing Metro entrance to be more visible, create a tie between the existing historic modernist buildings and the new buildings to come, and play off the idea of movement / metro to mark it‟s place within Washington DC. The glazing treatment is in direct response to staking of drapes in guest rooms while the use of concrete elements, such as a waffle slabs, are direct connections to surrounding architecture.
  27. 27. Holy Cross Hospital, Maryland . 2009 More than just a suburban 100 bed greenfield hospital, this is the product of a 2 day design (lead by myself a collogue with a planning focus) followed by months of work by SmithGroup‟s national healthcare practice (see resume for description) and our integrated project delivery team. This working “proof” attempts to demonstrate that core aspects of excellence in healthcare design and planning can be maintained while responding to the specifics of today‟s economy. The solution includes innovations in programming, planning, design and delivery. Conceptual drivers come from sustainable requirements of the site, the hospitals partners in this mixed-use development and local natural landmarks. The initial scheme is outlined above.
  28. 28. Holy Cross Hospital, Maryland . 2009 More than just a suburban 100 bed greenfield hospital, this is the product of a 2 day design (lead by myself a collogue with a planning focus) followed by months of work by SmithGroup‟s national healthcare practice (see resume for description) and our integrated project delivery team. This working “proof” attempts to demonstrate that core aspects of excellence in healthcare design and planning can be maintained while responding to the specifics of today‟s economy. The solution includes innovations in programming, planning, design and delivery. Conceptual drivers come from sustainable requirements of the site, the hospitals partners in this mixed-use development and local natural landmarks. These pages show the newly sited, newly compressed scheme. Still under development …
  29. 29. Holy Cross Hospital, Maryland . 2009 More than just a suburban 100 bed greenfield hospital, this is the product of a 2 day design (lead by myself a collogue with a planning focus) followed by months of work by SmithGroup‟s national healthcare practice (see resume for description) and our integrated project delivery team. This working “proof” attempts to demonstrate that core aspects of excellence in healthcare design and planning can be maintained while responding to the specifics of today‟s economy. The solution includes innovations in programming, planning, design and delivery. Conceptual drivers come from sustainable requirements of the site, the hospitals partners in this mixed-use development and local natural landmarks. These pages show the newly sited, newly compressed scheme. Still under development …
  30. 30. Holy Cross Hospital, Maryland . 2009 More than just a suburban 100 bed greenfield hospital, this is the product of a 2 day design (lead by myself a collogue with a planning focus) followed by months of work by SmithGroup‟s national healthcare practice (see resume for description) and our integrated project delivery team. This working “proof” attempts to demonstrate that core aspects of excellence in healthcare design and planning can be maintained while responding to the specifics of today‟s economy. The solution includes innovations in programming, planning, design and delivery. Conceptual drivers come from sustainable requirements of the site, the hospitals partners in this mixed-use development and local natural landmarks. These pages show the newly sited, newly compressed scheme. Still under development …
  31. 31. Holy Cross Hospital, Maryland . Present More than just a suburban 100 bed greenfield hospital, this is the product of a 2 day design (lead by myself a collogue with a planning focus) followed by months of work by SmithGroup‟s national healthcare practice (see resume for description) and our integrated project delivery team. This working “proof” attempts to demonstrate that core aspects of excellence in healthcare design and planning can be maintained while responding to the specifics of today‟s economy. The solution includes innovations in programming, planning, design and delivery. Conceptual drivers come from sustainable requirements of the site, the hospitals partners in this mixed-use development and local natural landmarks. These pages show the newly sited, newly compressed scheme. Still under development …
  32. 32. Phu Quy Design Competition – December 2009 Competition for a mixed-use project in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. 5 star hotel, 2,500 seat wedding center, retail, housing & more. An urban resort, an oasis in the urban hustle, a place set apart but sculpted by its surroundings.
  33. 33. Phu Quy Design Competition – December 2009 Competition for a mixed-use project in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. 5 star hotel, 2,500 seat wedding center, retail, housing & more. An urban resort, an oasis in the urban hustle, a place set apart but sculpted by its surroundings.
  34. 34. Phu Quy Design Competition – December 2009 Competition for a mixed-use project in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. 5 star hotel, 2,500 seat wedding center, retail, housing & more. An urban resort, an oasis in the urban hustle, a place set apart but sculpted by its surroundings.
  35. 35. Phu Quy Design Competition – December 2009 Competition for a mixed-use project in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. 5 star hotel, 2,500 seat wedding center, retail, housing & more. An urban resort, an oasis in the urban hustle, a place set apart but sculpted by its surroundings… Round 2
  36. 36. Huishan Mixed Use Transit Development Competition – May 2010 This was the winning submission for a mixed use development at a new transportation hub along the high-speed rail line between Shanghai and Beijing. Based on ideas of historic local canal life mixed with showcasing new industry (such as local PV panel production) this development utilizes rainwater and grey-water filtration to feed a network of canals and gardens that welcome visitors and residents to the new city.
  37. 37. Huishan Mixed Use Transit Development Competition – May 2010 This was the winning submission for a mixed use development at a new transportation hub along the high-speed rail line between Shanghai and Beijing. Based on ideas of historic local canal life mixed with showcasing new industry (such as local PV panel production) this development utilizes rainwater and grey-water filtration to feed a network of canals and gardens that welcome visitors and residents to the new city.
  38. 38. Huishan Mixed Use Transit Development Competition – May 2010 This was the winning submission for a mixed use development at a new transportation hub along the high-speed rail line between Shanghai and Beijing. Based on ideas of historic local canal life mixed with showcasing new industry (such as local PV panel production) this development utilizes rainwater and grey-water filtration to feed a network of canals and gardens that welcome visitors and residents to the new city.
  39. 39. Google Landscape Design Competition – August 2010 A competition for the Google Mountain View Campus to re-imagine the landscape of a leased property immediately adjacent to the headquarters building. The challenge was to effect the landscape in such a way as to promote the Google anti-corporate culture, to correct issues such as poor people access and intense wind tunnels, to add visible sustainable components and to have the property easily returned to it‟s prior condition (should Google choose to end their lease). The solution was multi-layered, allowing the client to implement change as desired. It proposed campus wide integrative ideas, places for outdoor gathering and learning and even utilized mobile objects not only as whimsical wind buffers, but also as places for meeting, video conferencing, and as brand identifiers.
  40. 40. Google Landscape Design Competition – August 2010 A competition for the Google Mountain View Campus to re-imagine the landscape of a leased property immediately adjacent to the headquarters building. The challenge was to effect the landscape in such a way as to promote the Google anti-corporate culture, to correct issues such as poor people access and intense wind tunnels, to add visible sustainable components and to have the property easily returned to it‟s prior condition (should Google choose to end their lease). The solution was multi-layered, allowing the client to implement change as desired. It proposed campus wide integrative ideas, places for outdoor gathering and learning and even utilized mobile objects not only as whimsical wind buffers, but also as places for meeting, video conferencing, and as brand identifiers.
  41. 41. Google Landscape Design Competition – August 2010 A competition for the Google Mountain View Campus to re-imagine the landscape of a leased property immediately adjacent to the headquarters building. The challenge was to effect the landscape in such a way as to promote the Google anti-corporate culture, to correct issues such as poor people access and intense wind tunnels, to add visible sustainable components and to have the property easily returned to it‟s prior condition (should Google choose to end their lease). The solution was multi-layered, allowing the client to implement change as desired. It proposed campus wide integrative ideas, places for outdoor gathering and learning and even utilized mobile objects not only as whimsical wind buffers, but also as places for meeting, video conferencing, and as brand identifiers.
  42. 42. Changsha Mixed Use Development Competition – October 2010 This is a study in movement and texture for a mixed use competition with a heavy retail component. The thought is that a parametrically derived building skin might be employed to resolve compound angles on high-rise towers. This skin would also be fashioned to shade the towers according to measured solar exposure. In the base plane, solids and voids reinforce the points of access and the necessity for daylight (or lack thereof) according to the proposed program elements. Circulation criss- crosses the development in order to connect towers and provide a looping path of travel for shoppers.
  43. 43. Changsha Mixed Use Development Competition – October 2010 This is a study in movement and texture for a mixed use competition with a heavy retail component. The thought is that a parametrically derived building skin might be employed to resolve compound angles on high-rise towers. This skin would also be fashioned to shade the towers according to measured solar exposure. In the base plane, solids and voids reinforce the points of access and the necessity for daylight (or lack thereof) according to the proposed program elements. Circulation criss- crosses the development in order to connect towers and provide a looping path of travel for shoppers.
  44. 44. Changsha Mixed Use Development Competition – October 2010 This is a study in movement and texture for a mixed use competition with a heavy retail component. The thought is that a parametrically derived building skin might be employed to resolve compound angles on high-rise towers. This skin would also be fashioned to shade the towers according to measured solar exposure. In the base plane, solids and voids reinforce the points of access and the necessity for daylight (or lack thereof) according to the proposed program elements. Circulation criss- crosses the development in order to connect towers and provide a looping path of travel for shoppers.
  45. 45. Oregon State Psychiatric Hospital, Junction City, OR – Present This is a new mental health facility treating a variety of patient types and levels. It is based on new concepts of mental health treatment that encourages interaction and self-improvement. This basic diagram lays out a simple strategy for architectural expression tightly matched to program and budget requirements. The project is proposing to use groundwater driven radiant heating and cooling along with natural ventilation in the large percentage of area that is non-institutional occupancy.
  46. 46. Sacramento Criminal Courthouse, Sacramento, CA – Present This project was won in part by challenging the California Administrator of the Courts to set a statewide example in sponsoring the first net-zero courthouse, and such is the goal of the project. The project is a 44 court, 400,000 square foot courthouse in downtown Sacramento. Looking back at the last 50 years in the existing building and forward to the next 50 in the new, questions of technology‟s influence on space planning, access needs, energy use, natural day lighting, transportation, etc. are just a few thingsNET-ZERO driving toward very new solutions.
  47. 47. Sacramento Criminal Courthouse, Sacramento, CA – Present Integrated Team Charrette Images This project was won in part by challenging the California Administrator of the Courts to set a statewide example in sponsoring the first net-zero courthouse, and such is the goal of the project. The project is a 44 court, 400,000 square foot courthouse in downtown Sacramento. Looking back at the last 50 years in the existing building and forward to the next 50 in the new, questions of technology‟s influence on space planning, access needs, energy use, natural day lighting, transportation, etc. are just a few thingsNET-ZERO driving toward very new solutions.
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