30,000 SF covered area
only 9,000 SF conditioned space on 252 acres
completed: april 2008
Shangri LaOrange, Texas
Botanica...
Client Goals
• “Mentoring children of all ages to be kind to their world.”
• Emphasis on Landscape & Habitat protection
• ...
Site
Ruby Lake (6,000 nesting birds) Reduced surface flow, high nitrogen, and low dissolved
oxygen levels, diminished aquatic h...
MAIN COURTYARD – PORCHES CREATE OPPORTUNITIES TO TELL THE STORY
LEED
Knowledgeable and Motivated Team Members
• Lake|Flato Architects
• Boyken International
• Henderson Engineers
• Supersymme...
Site
• 98% of site protected or restored
• 78% cool roof area
• 30% paved area reflective & shaded
• 41% flyash concrete
•...
RAINWATER COLLECTION
• Simplify collection areas
• Understanding water demand of vegetation to irrigate
• Consider use for...
Hurricane Ike Sept. 2008Construction Fire Sept. 2007
Hurricane Rita Sept. 2005 Hurricane Humberto Sept. 2007
Crisis - wate...
Opportunity
Flake/Lato
Flake/Lato
LAKE | FLATO ARCHITECTS
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Shangri La Gulf Coast Green 2

  1. 1. 30,000 SF covered area only 9,000 SF conditioned space on 252 acres completed: april 2008 Shangri LaOrange, Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center
  2. 2. Client Goals • “Mentoring children of all ages to be kind to their world.” • Emphasis on Landscape & Habitat protection • Concern over personal injury & Liability • Spur Local economic development (Eco-tourism) • Create special experience. • Honor Lutcher Stark Legacy
  3. 3. Site
  4. 4. Ruby Lake (6,000 nesting birds) Reduced surface flow, high nitrogen, and low dissolved oxygen levels, diminished aquatic habitat
  5. 5. MAIN COURTYARD – PORCHES CREATE OPPORTUNITIES TO TELL THE STORY
  6. 6. LEED
  7. 7. Knowledgeable and Motivated Team Members • Lake|Flato Architects • Boyken International • Henderson Engineers • Supersymmetry USA • Meridian Energy Systems • Earthly Ideas • MESA Design Group • Jeffrey Carbo Landscape Architects • The Beck Group • Archillume Lighting Design
  8. 8. Site • 98% of site protected or restored • 78% cool roof area • 30% paved area reflective & shaded • 41% flyash concrete • Hurricane Rita - over 70% trees lost Water • 77% reduction in water use • 82% reduced water for sewage conveyance • 30,000 gallon rainwater collection Energy • Geothermal heat exchanger •72% reduction in energy use • 21% energy produced by solar PV • 100% carbon offset Materials • Salvaged brick from 1910 warehouse • Composite plastic/lumber decking (1,100,000 recycled milk jugs) • 79% construction waste recycled • 50% local regional materials IEQ • Daylight views 90% of spaces • Pollutant control during & after construction
  9. 9. RAINWATER COLLECTION • Simplify collection areas • Understanding water demand of vegetation to irrigate • Consider use for sewage conveyance • Storage and conveyance is expensive – seek balance • Thorough calculations of a two year cycle • Start early and define who is responsible for what
  10. 10. Hurricane Ike Sept. 2008Construction Fire Sept. 2007 Hurricane Rita Sept. 2005 Hurricane Humberto Sept. 2007 Crisis - water, wind, & fire
  11. 11. Opportunity
  12. 12. Flake/Lato
  13. 13. Flake/Lato LAKE | FLATO ARCHITECTS
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