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Dave Foley's presentation in the Whole Systems in Action Track at NESEA's Building Energy 2010

Dave Foley's presentation in the Whole Systems in Action Track at NESEA's Building Energy 2010

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  • 1. Metapatterns: Lessons David Foley Holland & Foley Architecture, LLC 232 Beech Hill Rd. Northport, Maine 04849 http://www.hollandandfoley.com 1
  • 2. Thank You, Tyler! And Amelia! 2
  • 3. Green Design Not New 3
  • 4. Profligate Design Not New Conceive the Image • Command the Resources 4
  • 5. Triumph Dominance 5
  • 6. Harmony Coexistence 6
  • 7. 4.5 Billion-Year Lesson Development Without Growth 7
  • 8. Pattern • Converging Form 8
  • 9. Cells: Borders Contain Or Die • Exchange Or Die 9
  • 10. Differentiation No Difference • No Information 10
  • 11. Relationship Orient, Exchange By Difference 11
  • 12. Differentiate Indoors/Outdoors • Sleeping/Living 12
  • 13. Differentiate • Relate “Trinary:” Figure • Ground • Relationship 13
  • 14. Mugs • Contain & Relate Foot/Table • Handle/Hand • Rim/Lip 14
  • 15. Border • Relationship • Design 15
  • 16. Balance • Contain & Relate Too Much Interchange 16
  • 17. Balance • Contain & Relate Not Enough Interchange 17
  • 18. Balance • Contain & Relate Optimal Relationships 18
  • 19. Pattern: Repeating Relationship Converges On Solution 19
  • 20. Patterns • Many Scales City/Country Fingers Pools & Streams Entry Transition 20
  • 21. Border • Relationship • Quality 21
  • 22. Improve “Trinary” • Improve Design (Joachim Eble, Architect) 22
  • 23. Fractals Useful Same Area • Articulate Increased The Edge Border (Koch Diagram) 23
  • 24. Interchange • Fractal Border 24
  • 25. Design Separation & Interchange 25
  • 26. Design Separation & Interchange 26
  • 27. Fractals Iterate Repeating Rules At Finer Scale 27
  • 28. We Iterate Details Each From Detail A Wholes Whole Instructions Feedback 28
  • 29. Evolution Iterates Replication • Variation • Selection • Fitness Tests 29
  • 30. Design Iterates Fitness Tests? 30
  • 31. Fitness Tests Life-Cycle Finance Standards Past Mistakes Foresight Core Values Design Unfolds From Goals 31
  • 32. Goals • Metrics Develop reference case Develop low-energy case Develop Brief Rank order strategies Pre-design Initial strategy selection Set performance goals Low-Energy Case (all strategies) 38.0 35.1 9 cost effective strategies 22.7 22.7 8.7 6.9 kBtu / ft² From “Designing Low Energy 4.1 4.0 2.6 Buildings Using Energy-10”, Douglas 1.5 Balcomb et. al. Heating Cooling Lights Other Total ANNUAL ENERGY USE 32
  • 33. Court Feedback Collaborate • Simulate • Verify 33
  • 34. Termite Mounds • Feedback Embodied Process: Move Soil Toward Wind, Away From Heat 34
  • 35. Termites • Fungi • Symbiosis Embodied Process: CO2 Helps Preferred Fungi “A Superorganism’s Fuzzy Boundaries” • J. Scott Turner 35
  • 36. Process Matters What It Is • IS How It’s Made 36
  • 37. Describing Vs. Generating End Result 12 12 B T.O. LOFT T.O. LOFT 1x4 Superfascia On 1x8 Fascia C C D 5/4x6 Corner, B Frieze & Splash Bd.s A 12 6 Siding: Red Cedar T.O. 2ND FLR Clapboards, 4" T.O. 2ND FLR Note: Furr Down Porch Exposure; Pri me & Ceiling 1'- 0" Below Backprime W/ Bottom Of Floor Oil/Alkyd Primer; Nail Joists; Frame W/ 2x6 W/ Stainless Steel KD @ 24" O.C. 5/4x4 Trim Siding Na ils A @ Windows & A 1x4 Superrake Doors (Typ.) On 1x8 Rake F E G Porch Deck: 5/4x6 Port Orford Cedar On 2x8 P T @ 16" O.C. T.O. 1ST FLR T.O. 1ST FLR T.O. DECK T.O. DECK 5/4x6 Splash Board W/ Alum. Drip Cap Porch Posts: 4x4 PT Cased In 1-b y Trim To 5"x5" 1. 2. NORTH ELEVATION • SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" EAST ELEVATION • SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" Roofing: Standing Seam Metal, e.g. "Galvalume" W/ Factory-Applied Finish, In stalled By Qualified Professional; ALTERNATE: "Iko" Asphalt Roofing Installed Per Mftr.'s Spec.'s; Verify Color W/ Owners 12 12 NOTE: Adjust Lower Rafter Layout So Meeting Point With Upper 12 Rafte rs Is At The Overhang Distance Of The Upper Rafters On 12 The Opposi te Roof Face B T.O. LOFT T.O. LOFT I J C E H H 12 12 6 6 T.O. 2ND FLR T.O. 2ND FLR MDO Panels G E E E E E T.O. 1ST FLR T.O. 1ST FLR T.O. DECK T.O. DECK SOUTH ELEVATION • SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" WEST ELEVATION • SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" 3. 4. Process 37
  • 38. Process • Performance Sequence • Relationships 38
  • 39. Managing Wholes J. A. Foley et al., Science 309, 570 -574 (2005) Published by AAAS Multiple Goals • Cascades • Stacking 39
  • 40. Rice Paddies Just For Rice? 40
  • 41. The Power of Duck (Takao Furuno) Stacking Functions Cascade Of Benefits Polyculture: Rice, Ducks, Fish, Fruit,Vegetables 41
  • 42. Problem Or Opportunity? 42
  • 43. Multiple Niches Methane Reduced, Diversity Increased 43
  • 44. Cycles & Time 44
  • 45. Design • Throughput • Flow “Waste Systems” 50% Sources & Sinks 45
  • 46. Time-Lapse Movies Envision Flows See Consequences 46
  • 47. Time-Lapse Movies Wasteful + Harmful = Stupid 47
  • 48. Shearing Layers D4D How Buildings Learn • Design For Deconstruction 48
  • 49. Where’s the Wealth? 49
  • 50. What’s Wealth? • What’s Waste? Sources & Sinks • Where Is “Away?” 50
  • 51. Possible? • Necessary? Concentrating Solar • Zinc • CO2 • Hydrocarbons 51
  • 52. Channeling Pogo “WE ARE SURROUNDED BY INSURMOUNTABLE OPPORTUNITIES” Scarcity Or Sufficiency? 52
  • 53. Leftover Space? Unmet Opportunity? 53
  • 54. Knitting Space Together • Differentiate/Relate • • Create/Repair • 54
  • 55. All Space Positive Function & Beauty? 55
  • 56. Seeing the Opportunities Borders Relationships Flows Feedback Process Cycles 56
  • 57. Doing the Work 57
  • 58. Cultivating Reverence Science is not about control. It is about cultivating a perpetual condition of wonder in the face of something that forever grows one step richer and subtler than our latest theory about it. It is about reverence, not mastery. - Richard Powers 58
  • 59. Things Don’t Have To Be Like This 59
  • 60. Design A Better World Thank You 60