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Presentation on powerpoint by Giorgio Ponti, Chiapas, Mexico for INIFED International Seminar....

Presentation on powerpoint by Giorgio Ponti, Chiapas, Mexico for INIFED International Seminar.
Giorgio Ponti is the Co-ordinator of Architecture Educative Area of CISEM (Centre for Educational Innovation and Experimentation Milan, Italy)

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  • If you take account of a fair bit of these principles you carry out an “intelligent school” Italy – Comune di Solaro (Mi) Intelligent primary and lower secondary school by Giorgio Ponti and Ettore Zambelli architects for Politecnico di Milano University. The gross square meter cost is about 1.200 € (about 1.445 UD)
  • This is instead a project of an intelligent school inspired to the flexible concept carring out in Italy Italy – Comune di Solaro (Mi) Intelligent primary and lower secondary school by Giorgio Ponti and Ettore Zambelli architects for Politecnico di Milano University. The gross square meter cost is about 1.200 € (about 1.445 UD)
  • If you take account of a fair bit of these principles you carry out an “intelligent school” Italy – Comune di Solaro (Mi) Intelligent primary and lower secondary school by Giorgio Ponti and Ettore Zambelli architects for Politecnico di Milano University. The gross square meter cost is about 1.200 € (about 1.445 UD)

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  • 1. NOVENO CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL SOBRE DESARROLLO DE INFRAESTRUCTURA FISICA EDUCATIVA San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico November 24th, 25th, and 26th , 2010 by Giorgio Ponti architect Coordinator of Educational Architecture (EA) Area of Cisem (Italy), GoP CELE / OECD (Centre for Effective Learning Environments / Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) Paris (France) ‏ with collaboration of F. Nidasio, R. Serlenga, P. Tettamanzi, F. Mistò, C. Negri, D. Mannu architects Graphics by Biancamaria Maldotti architect Milan 101123 Design of sustainable educational spaces iLe
  • 2. Giorgio Ponti architect www.undp.org/mdg/ 8 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) What they are ? At the Millennium Summit in September 2000 the largest gathering of world leaders in history adopted the UN Millennium Declaration, committing their nations to a new global partnership to reduce extreme poverty and setting out a series of time-bound targets, with a deadline of 2015, that have become known as the Millennium Development Goals. These targets have been reaffirmed in the recent UN summit on 20-22 September 2010 Therefore our work is an important direct contribution to two UN goals, at least !
  • 3. On 2000 exactly the CISEM experiences on the “ Educational Intelligent Facilities ” Project ( EIF ) (Formerly ISB – Intelligent School Building – www.n2d.it/isb ) started up, also supported by OECD / CELE in the international contest and by iLe programme ( www.ileweb.org ) The “Educational Intelligent Facilities” Project (EIF) 2000 2010 Giorgio Ponti architect
  • 4. CISEM is the Center of Innovation and Educational Experimentation of Milan – Research Institute of Province of Milan, the Union of Italian Provinces and Campania Region – Associate Member of OECD / CELE Paris www.cisem.it Giorgio Ponti architect
  • 5. Il PEB, ora CELE (Centre for Effective Learning Environment) dell’OECD / OCSE di Parigi riunisce circa 30 Paesi ed Enti Associati ed opera per la diffusione, in tutto il mondo, di documenti, studi, informazioni, supporti, esempi, pubblicazioni, convegni e seminari sull’Educational Facilities The OECD / CELE (Centre for effective learning environment) Paris, meets approximately 27 countries and entities associated (including UNESCO) and works for the dissemination, all over the world, of documents, studies, information, supports, examples, publications, conferences and seminars on educational facilities www.oecd.org/edu/facilities Giorgio Ponti architect
  • 6. utente password www.ileweb.org - [email_address] Utilizzo e copyright i ntelligent L earning e nvironments Cerca nel sito Immagine base del bimbo per gentile concessione di Unigraphic Solutions Spa Ile (intelligent, innovative, interactive Learning environments) is mainly a tool to support the activities (cultural, planning, technical, management, administrative, etc) in the field of physical spaces and equipment for education (from infancy up to university) Ile is inspired by the principles of thr "intelligent school" , and related developed in the years by the experts of the Architecture Educational Area of CISEM Giorgio Ponti architect login more help iLe
  • 7. What does it mean? We simply define an EIF “ Educational Intelligent Facility " as an ideal group of physical spaces, of technologies and equipments able to rapidly respond to a larger number of possible communal and dynamic "needs" of education and training for today and the future in an "open" relationship with other social activities available to the public. Intelligent Secondary School Italy 2010, 13.000 sqm, 1.500 students, by Giorgio Ponti and others Giorgio Ponti architect The “Educational Intelligent Facilities” Project (EIF)
  • 8. Giorgio Ponti architect
    • The project is based on the below 5 overall Principles (Also called Macro Index) :
      • 1) Functionality and multi-purpose;
    • 2) Symbolic, visually pleasing and offers learning opportunities;
    • 3) Quality of design and layout;
    • 4) Healthy and safe;
    • 5) Environmentally sustainable
    Intelligent Infant and primary School, Italy 2005 - 2010, 1.800 sqm, 120 pupils by Ettore Zambelli, Emilio Pizzi, Giorgio Ponti and others, Department BEST, University Politecnico of Milan Eurosolar Prize 2006 The “Educational Intelligent Facilities” Project (EIF)
  • 9. Each Principle or Macro Index (MI) is subdivided in several Quality Index (QI) which make up a sort of Quality Matrix (QM) as the base of a self-assessment process Giorgio Ponti architect
  • 10.
    • As for Sustainability the Quality Index (QI) of EIF projects are:
    • 1. Maximum respect for the environment and natural resources;
    • Zero carbon, pollution and waste;
    • Space saving and quality by flexibility and by new pedagogical and educational inputs;
    • 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs;
    • 5. Maximum Leed Rating (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), by U.S. Green Building Council (www.usgbc.org )
    Environmentally sustainable Giorgio Ponti architect
  • 11. Movies Theatre, Commercial Center, Hotel, Residences, Theatre – Cinema – and TV Vocational and Training School (Muggiò, Italy) by Giorgio Ponti architect and his team in Milan with a new Master Plan in progress Giorgio Ponti architect Example of use of ventilated covering with a shape of natural hills and protection from pollution and acid water Vertical axis wind turbine Timber covering faces of the buildings Rainwater collection Vocational school for 600 students Strip of photovoltaic panels on the south slopes Natural ventilation 1. Maximum respect for the environment and natural resources
  • 12. By R. Almeida, J. De La Garza, G. Ponti architects Another experience with EIF principles, and sustainability Quality Index is the Master Plan of the new university campus UACJ of Ciudad Juarez (Chihuahua, Mexico) , said pilot project CELE / OECD, for verification of quality standards in architecture of Higher Education (40.000 students and a campus area of about 3 million square meters) ‏ - 2008 Giorgio Ponti architect 1. Maximum respect for the environment and natural resources
  • 13. Use of pilotis for all the buildings to allow the local fauna crossing in the night, natural ventilation and gas radon elimination, shadows, protected pedestrian route, etc. No cars inside the educational area, only public electrical transportation, electrics car, segways, bicycles, walking way Studies on sustainable building for UACJ (Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico By Almeida, De La Garza, Ponti architects - 2008 Giorgio Ponti architect 1. Maximum respect for the environment and natural resources
  • 14. Location of Secondary School (Vocational and Training) for 600 students No cars inside the area, only public electrical transportation, electrics car, segways, bicycles, walking way, green covering, viewless architecture Design on sustainable settlement at the north of Milan (Italy) (called “The Grooves”) with a Secondary School for 600 student – By Giorgio Ponti and his team - 2010 Coverings with grass and with typical local crops Giorgio Ponti architect 1. Maximum respect for the environment and natural resources
  • 15. Settlement with tertiary, research, commercial, sports and cultural activities, hotel, hostel, expo, farmer activity Design on sustainable settlement at the nord of Milan (Italy) (called “The Grooves”) with a Secondary School for 600 student – By Giorgio Ponti and his team Giorgio Ponti architect 1. Maximum respect for the environment and natural resources
  • 16. Giorgio Ponti architect “ The Grooves” Location of Secondary School (Vocational and Training) for 600 students 1. Maximum respect for the environment and natural resources
  • 17. “ The Grooves” Giorgio Ponti architect 1. Maximum respect for the environment and natural resources
  • 18.
    • Another primary condition for sustainable development is the specific target / Quality Index on “Zero carbon, pollution and waste”
    • “ Zero carbon” refers to the drastic reduction and / or elimination of traditional energy sources (Coal, gas, gas oil, etc) ….. by saving energy and natural resources and the use of the local and alternative energy and new technologies ;
    • “ Zero pollution” refers to a careful control of any form of pollution and the use of some of the principles of the bio-architecture ;
    • “ Zero waste” refers to the choices of differentiated waste collection and disposal in systems, also by cogeneration of hot water and electricity
    Giorgio Ponti architect 2. Zero carbon, pollution and waste
  • 19. We can identify different possible sources of local, alternative and suitable energy to assess and if it is possible to use, for instance: a) Centralised sources a1) Centralised eolic energy; a2) Centralised cogeneration (Hot water and electricity); a3) Energy from the waste b) Building performances b1) Eolic tools; b2) Solar panels and photovoltaic panels and surface; b3) Natural ventilation; b4) Heat pumps and geothermal energy; B5) Double skin; B6) Trombe walls; B7) Solar cooling B8) Natural shadows by planting or roof Giorgio Ponti architect 2. Zero carbon, pollution and waste
  • 20. Example of natural shadows means by appropriate planting Double skinned face for natural ventilation or solar chimney or solar cooling in relation to the orientation of the building. Surface in concrete, or sheet metal stretched, or glass, etc. Shadows and natural ventilation by the roof put out and the particular treatment of the face Studies on sustainable building for EIF Project (Cisem) Giorgio Ponti architect 2. Zero carbon, pollution and waste
  • 21. Solar chimney, wind tower and big waterspout for the overflowing subsidiary of the rainwater Copper for the reduction of natural and artificial electromagnetism and the durability over time and lack of maintenance. Rainwater collection in the concave roof The wind turbines with a vertical axis The last cut in wind speed is 2 m/s (In every location) independent from the wind direction. Then the maintenance is very easy Ventilated covering with the shape of an umbrella and face’s protection from pollution and acid water Correct orientation Studies on sustainable building for EIF Project (Cisem) Giorgio Ponti architect 2. Zero carbon, pollution and waste
  • 22. Multimedia blackboard and computer connected with internet Horizontal grids for natural ventilation of the rooms Closing of external openings with automatic input of domotic Plant network placed under the floating floor or in the ceiling, in case of floor fixed Closet, passage, possible water intake, toilets, internal staircases, storage, etc. with curved sliding doors to reduce the encumbrance and increase security Studies on “ Flexible Learning Module” (FLM) (Cisem) Vertical sheath with all necessary facilities that can ensure the flexibility plant without any floating floor Full spectrum solar light Dividing mobile element (removable) for flexibility and versatility of space, with surface made of cork (natural, biodegradable, acoustic insulation and support for the posting of sheets, posters, etc.). Giorgio Ponti architect 3. Space saving and quality by flexibility and by new pedagogical and educational inputs
  • 23. As for the multi – purpose capability it is important underline as the basic module adopted can turn itself quickly in a different functional space: for instance as residence, hostel, temporary hospital, refuge during the natural collapse, etc. Example of use as a room of hospital Multi – functional bar for electrical system, lights, oxigen, computer lan, domotics tool, etc. Example of use as a room of residence, hostel Mobile element (removable) As for the multi – purpose capability it is important to underline as the basic module adopted (FLM) can turn itself quickly in a different functional space: for instance residence, hostel, temporary hospital, refuge during the natural collapse, etc. Giorgio Ponti architect 3. Space saving and quality by flexibility and by new pedagogical and educational inputs
  • 24. The Flexible Learning Module” (FLM), for 25 / 30 users, experienced, for the first time, by Cisem for the Expo of education and labor, Milan 2004 Giorgio Ponti architect Giorgio Ponti architect 3. Space saving and quality by flexibility and by new pedagogical and educational inputs Multimedia blackboard Connective Computer Integrated Building Closet
  • 25. Multipurpose little space (MLS) (Closet, passage toilet, little stairs, wind tower, etc) 3.14 sm Mobile partition without plants inside for space flexibility. Faces in cork (natural, biodegradable, acoustic insulating and support sheets) Floors in linoleum ( natural, biodegradable, acoustic insulating and with a large color palette) Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 150 students Recent studies on “ Flexible Learning Sector ” (FLS) (Cisem) based on FLM ( Solution 1 ): traditional, 5 classrooms (frontal lesson) ( C ) and 3 labs ( L ) Giorgio Ponti architect C L C C C C L L 3. Space saving and quality by flexibility and by new pedagogical and educational inputs
  • 26. Giorgio Ponti architect Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 200 students Recent studies on “ Flexible Learning Sector ” (FLS) (Cisem) based on FLM ( Solution 2 ): groups, 2 classrooms (frontal lesson) ( C ) and 9 groups ( G ) Giorgio Ponti architect Space for small group and for operative activity Doble slides doors for the flexibilities inputs Lift / Elevator Cylinder for natural ventilation and lighting (solar chimney) It work also through the air systems in the corridor false ceiling C G G G C G G G G 3. Space saving and quality by flexibility and by new pedagogical and educational inputs
  • 27. Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 250 students Giorgio Ponti architect Recent studies on “ Flexible Learning Sector ” (FLS) (Cisem) based on FLM ( Solution 3 ): 8 thematics areas , ( T ) Giorgio Ponti architect 60% students more than solution 1 (traditional classrooms) Possible solution with little stairs for the vertical flexibility Teachers toilet students toilet 3. Space saving and quality by flexibility and by new pedagogical and educational inputs
  • 28. Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation Giorgio Ponti architect Recent studies on “ Flexible Learning Sector ” (FLS) (Cisem) based on FLM ( Solution 4 ): open space Giorgio Ponti architect 300 students Double skinned face for natural ventilation or solar chimney or solar cooling according to the orientation of the building. . Stairs with double ventilated skin by glass Vertical sheath with all necessary facilities that can ensure the flexibility plants without any floating floor 3. Space saving and quality by flexibility and by new pedagogical and educational inputs
  • 29. Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation Perspective of “ Flexible Learning Sector ” (FLS) (Cisem) with the different solutions showed before Giorgio Ponti architect 3. Space saving and quality by flexibility and by new pedagogical and educational inputs Traditional Groups Thematics areas Open spaces
  • 30. A quality educational architecture can be the best educative input for the new generations (It Is the concept of architecture as third educator even through a strong symbolism) Ventilated and concave roof with a protection net (Anti birds, bugs, etc.) Prefabricated concrete panels with the possible covering for solar (air or water) and photovoltaic tools also for the possible solar cooling conditioning system Double skinned face for natural ventilation or solar chimney or solar cooling in relation to the orientation of the building. Surface in concrete, or sheet metal stretched, or glass, photovoltaic film / panels, etc. Stairs with double ventilated skin by glass Giorgio Ponti architect Studies on sustainable building for EIF and EQF (Campania Region, Italy) Project (Cisem) Giorgio Ponti architect Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs
  • 31. Natural ventilation Heating floor with low temperature water Giorgio Ponti architect Italy – Municipality of Solaro (MI) 2006, new primary school, by Giorgio Ponti and Ettore Zambelli architects, Department BEST, University Politecnico of Milan , Eurosolar Prize 2006 Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs Giorgio Ponti architect (Under construction 2010) Photovoltaic cells, skylights and natural ventilation Closet Heat pumps Timber Psychomotor activity and greenhouse Timber Pergola Copper roofing Didactic flexible Module
  • 32. Timber Psychomotor activity and greenhouse Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs Giorgio Ponti architect Giorgio Ponti architect Giorgio Ponti architect This project is the result of a joint venture between the Solaro Municipality, CISEM and the University Politecnico di Milano , whose Department of Building Environment Science and Technology (BEST) was responsible for the design (Giorgio Ponti and Ettore Zambelli architects)
  • 33.
    • The most important aspects of the Solaro design from an energy standpoint are the following:
    • • High thermal insulation achieved mainly through dry-mounted multilayer panels.
    • • Ventilated copper roofing (also for electromagnetic insulation).
    • • Solar chimneys.
    • • Facility designed with CIB.
    • • Ground water heat pumps.
    • • No emissions into the air (the building has no boiler).
    • • Underfloor heating/cooling with low-temperature water.
    • • Photovoltaic panels (on the solar chimneys) providing electric power to the heat pumps;
    • Total energy consumption: 20 Kwh/sqm/Year
    Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs Giorgio Ponti architect
  • 34. Solaro dimension, costs and timing: - Area of the first segment (12 learning modules for 300 students): 2 624 square meters of gross floor area; - Area per student: 8.7 gross square meters; - Projected overall cost: EURO 2.000.000 that compares with 2.800.000 USD ; - Cost per square meter of gross floor area: EURO 1.000 that compares with 1.400 USD ; - Beginning of work: end 2008 - Completion of work: 2011 Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs Giorgio Ponti architect
  • 35. Another interesting and important experience in Italy at the north of Milan (Gallarate - Va): an hotel vocational school for 1.200 students as base (Called Falcone Institute ) carried out on an old industrial area in the city center. By Giorgio Ponti architect and his team, Studio Amati Rome, Zambelli and Guenzi architects (Milan) and other Giorgio Ponti architect Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs
  • 36. The situation of the Falcone area in Gallarate on 2003 , before the start up of the works Giorgio Ponti architect Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs
  • 37. Giorgio Ponti architect Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs The situation inside buildings on 2003 , before the start up of the works Giorgio Ponti architect
  • 38. A rendering of the design: on the left the building restored ( An ex cotton mill of the early 18 th century ) and on the right the new building B ) Old building restored with learning spaces , labs, hall, auditorium A ) New building with learning spaces , management, restaurant, gymnasium Giorgio Ponti architect Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs
  • 39. Entrance The most important informations are: Ground area 6.570 sqm, Gross total floors surface 13.200 sqm (7.500 building A, 5.700 building B), max 1.500 students , standard from 9 to 11 sqm/st, 3 years of work, cost of 26.545.000 €, 37.000.000 USD (about 2.000 € / sqm , 2.800 USD / sqm ) Giorgio Ponti architect Photovoltaic panels Skylight A ) New building with learning spaces , management, restaurant, gymnasium B ) Old building restored with learning spaces , labs, hall, auditorium Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing of sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs Learning area old building Learning area new building Management Restaurant and kitchen Gym and stores Atrium and public spaces
  • 40. This experience is very important because it is the most recent opportunity to input the EIF (Educational Intelligent Facilities) principles to design a school Giorgio Ponti architect Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs Ground floor Flexible Learning Module Existing faces 1820 old Spiral stairs First floor Flexible Learning Module Spiral stairs Existing faces 1820 old Labs Second floor Spiral stairs Existing faces 1820 old Labs Solar and photovoltaic panels Natural ventilation Existing faces 1820 old Roof
  • 41. The big bright central hall of the Building B (restored) with the skylight, natural ventilation, total air conditioning, antiseismic structures, spiral stairs as socialization functional symbol Giorgio Ponti architect Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs
  • 42. Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs The big central hall of the Building B (restored) with high aesthetic quality which refers to an hotel hall or to a big socialization collective space opened to the community Giorgio Ponti architect
  • 43. Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs The indentations of the entrances to didactic spaces, functionally effective, recognisable, protected, with the closet of separation transformable in toilet for activities multifunctional, the transparency of spaces Giorgio Ponti architect
  • 44. The massive structures, completely antiseismic, the total air conditioning, the total energy autonomy , the large escape routes, the multi-purpose of spaces have allowed the administration and the civil protection to declare the Falcone "Manager disaster location” Giorgio Ponti architect Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs
  • 45. 300 Km of electrical cables and predispositions to the most advanced domotic, precised controls of energy consumption, rainwater recovery, high thermal and acoustic insulation, photovoltaic panels, are a sign of a particular attention to energy saving and sustainability Giorgio Ponti architect Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 4. Emphasizing sustainability and quality symbols as educative inputs
  • 46. Giorgio Ponti architect What is LEED®? The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™ encourages and accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and development practices through the creation and implementation of universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria. LEED is an internationally recognized green building certification system, providing third-party verification that a building or community was designed and built using strategies aimed at improving performance across all the metrics that matter most: energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality, and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts . Example of wind tower (Solar chimney) for natural ventilation 5. Maximum Leed Rating (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), by U.S. Green Building Council (www.usgbc.org )
  • 47.
    • 3 questions:
    • 1) How much would it cost compared to traditional buildings, new or remodelled?
    • 5% more for energy saving;
    • 10% more for quality, bio-architecture, new systems / plants and technologies;
    • 5% more for domotic / building automation;
    • 2) How much could we save?
    • About 40% of management costs and real estate operation;
    • 3) How many years we need to amortize the extra costs?
    • They can be amortized in about 15 years
    Giorgio Ponti architect The cost of an intelligent and sustainable educational facility
  • 48. “ What we have to learn to do, we learn by doing ” Aristotle www.cisem.it www.giorgioponti.it www.ileweb.org (to download this presentation in pdf) Giorgio Ponti architect To conclude it is sufficient a sentence of a great philosopher of the ancient Greece, Aristotle of Stagira (384 – 322 B.C.)