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  • 1. Envisioning the CTID building… a designers’ hub environment friendly Integration of work space with nature enriches creativity within Open and multi-functional spaces Cultural bound
  • 2. Presenting…
  • 3. Coco Phony Envisioning the UP school of design into designers’ hub enriching future designers through sustainable design. From Site development studies, design process to final project design
  • 4. BUILDING ORIENTATION CONSIDERATIONS Noise: Coming nearly from Katipunan Ave., but with a 15m buffer zone Roads: Quirino and Ma. Regidor Sts., are minor UP streets. These are mainly accesses by CHE students. Ma. Regidor St., can be a bypass to College of Science. INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN REFERENCES COCOPHONY North: Quirino St., Narra Residence Hall South: Institute of Chemistry, College of Science East: Katipunan Ave., UP IS High School West: Ma. Regidor St., UPIS K-2 Terrain: Relatively flat with a gentle slope of .016m Highest elevation is at 2.2m
  • 5.
    • Tropical Design Considerations
    • East-West orientation- longer face of the building is shaded
    • Massing- designed to have a wind catch for the NE and SW winds. NE and SW faces are maximized to cover a larger surface area so that natural ventilation may reach all spaces.
    • Sun-shading devices- vertical and horizontal louvers are provided to minimize direct sunlight to the spaces.
    INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN REFERENCES COCOPHONY
  • 6.
    • SITE AND MASSING STUDIES
    • Linear and modular type - initial plan to utilize and maximize the space and be able to fit in all the areas required by the Clothing, Textiles and Interior Design faculty and students.
    • Areas and rooms were placed on one side of the space and a hallway was allotted.
    • In this way, the circulation and flow of air and use of daylight will be maximized as well.
    • SITE AND MASSING STUDIES
    • To break the monotony of a traditional school facility, the group introduced circular shapes and landscaping thus, integrating the semi-organic space concept- CocoPhony.
    INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN REFERENCES COCOPHONY
  • 7. The Concept
    • Design Rationale
    • The proposed CTID building envisions a designers' hub enriching the capability and creativity of the future designers.
    • Guided on a philosophy that architectural and interior design forms can excite people on having sustainable lifestyle, this brings nature back in everyday lives through nature-inspired contemporary spaces.
    INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN REFERENCES COCOPHONY
  • 8. CocoPhony (Coconut + Symphony of spaces)
    • The concept challenged the notion of a traditional building form by merging the new school facility with the environment.
    • Starting from a rectangular volume, the building design connects with each area where it is life sustaining.
    • Symphony: integrating indoor/ outdoor spaces on dynamic patterns of light and shadow to contemporary yet sustainable inspired designers' hub.
    INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN REFERENCES COCOPHONY
  • 9. Design Solution
    • Timeless design and sustainability less the cost
    • Breaks the monotony of a traditional school building.
    • The open areas draws day lighting down into the inner recesses of the building.
    • Each floor is divided into public to private areas to provide safety and traffic control for faculty and students.
    • Integrated internal and external areas, the use of balcony, hallways and large glazed windows allow every room space interaction with the landscape.
    Project cost estimate: P20,00- 24,000/ sqm. (inclusive of labor and materials). Materials chosen for the design lasts long and of low maintenance. INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN REFERENCES COCOPHONY
  • 10. Greenovation
    • Cocophony greenovation:
    • Integrating sustainability in the proposed CTID building
    • Rising and setting of the sun: The building is oriented where the most of the facade experiences the morning sun
    • Movement of the wind: Northeast and Southeast Monsoon for durability and strength of materials will be used for the building facade. Also, aspects on how hot and cold air moves and circulates throughout the building.
    INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN REFERENCES COCOPHONY
  • 11. Greenovation
    • Landscaping: Use of plants in the facade as it helps filter the direct sunlight before it reaches the interior spaces.
    • Solar Panels: On roofing, located where the noon sun sets. Use of solar panels can be used and act as alternative source of energy aside from generators in case of brownouts.
    • Water drainage: devising water drainage that will catch rainwater. Installation of pipes that can tap the toilet facilities that reduce water consumption by 50% through using collected rainwater.
    INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN REFERENCES COCOPHONY
  • 12.
    • Location of stairs located on both ends of the building. As per Fire Code safety requirement, every 45-60m, a fire exit stairway should be located. In this building, it would suffice as the length is only 68meters provided with 2 exit stairways. A ramp and elevator is provided for the mobility impaired individuals.
    • Space programming and designation of areas were categorized in terms of department, ease of access, safety and traffic control; and dividing areas on public to semi-public, to semi-private to private areas.
    Scheme 1 for the proposed CTID building INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN REFERENCES COCOPHONY
  • 13. BLOCKING DIAGRAMS AND ALLOCATION OF SPACES Aspects considered: Ease of access, function of spaces, safety, and traffic control First floor allocated for public areas like reception area, museums, multi-functional rooms and integrating landscaping for aesthetic. Second floor for semi-public areas like admin office, faculty and staff area and conference rooms Third and fourth floors allocated for student and faculty access like studios, classrooms and lockers. INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN PROCESS REFERENCES COCOPHONY
  • 14. SCHEME 1 Aspects considered: Ease of access, function of spaces, safety, and traffic control. Sustainability FIRST FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN PROCESS REFERENCES COCOPHONY Color coded scheme showing relationship of areas in terms of public to private areas/ faculty and student access Open below/ landscaping areas Open to public areas Faculty & student access Clothing Technology department Faculty and admin Interior design areas
  • 15. THIRD FLOOR PLAN FOURTH FLOOR PLAN INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN PROCESS REFERENCES COCOPHONY Color coded scheme showing relationship of areas in terms of public to private areas/ faculty and student access Open below/ landscaping areas Open to public areas Faculty & student access Clothing Technology department Faculty and admin Interior design areas
  • 16. SCHEME 2 To integrate the Cocophony as a concept, the group introduced circular shape to break the monotony of spaces. Location of areas were re-considered and finalized. FIRST FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN PROCESS REFERENCES COCOPHONY Color coded scheme showing relationship of areas in terms of public to private areas/ faculty and student access Open below/ landscaping areas Open to public areas Faculty & student access Clothing Technology department Faculty and admin Interior design areas
  • 17. THIRD FLOOR PLAN FOURTH FLOOR PLAN INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN PROCESS REFERENCES COCOPHONY Color coded scheme showing relationship of areas in terms of public to private areas/ faculty and student access Open below/ landscaping areas Open to public areas Faculty & student access Clothing Technology department Faculty and admin Interior design areas
  • 18. The Final Design
  • 19. FACADE
  • 20. GROUND LEVEL FLOOR PLAN LOBBY & INFORMATION DESK GROUND FLOOR PLAN NTS
  • 21. GROUND LEVEL AVR/ AUDITORIUM GROUND FLOOR PLAN NTS
  • 22. SECOND LEVEL SECOND FLOOR PLAN NTS FACULTY & STAFF RM.
  • 23. SECON D LEVEL CLOTHING LABORATORY SECOND FLOOR PLAN NTS
  • 24. THIRD LEVEL LECTURE ROOM THIRD FLOOR PLAN NTS
  • 25. FOURTH LEVEL FOURTH FLOOR PLAN NTS ADDITIONAL INFO COLOR CODING GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS & FINISHES
  • 26. References
    • Iledan, Karen. Personal Interview. 19 Aug. 2011.
    • Pacheco, Frances Candelaria P. _ Integrated Research and Training Facility Department of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management: UP CHE-DHRIM_Thesis. University of the Philippines Diliman, 2011.
    • Pacheco, Frances Candelaria. Email interview. 15 Aug. 2011.
    • &quot;Stack Effect for Ventilation.&quot; Chuck Wright's Home Page . N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Sept. 2011. <http://chuck-wright.com/calculators/stack_effect.html>.
    • Other sources of information and photographs:
    • Inhabitat.com
    • Freshome.com
    • Google.com
    INTRO SITE DEV STUDIES DESIGN RATIONALE THE CONCEPT DESIGN SOLUTION GREENO-VATION FIRE CODE/ SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY THE DESIGN PROCESS REFERENCES COCOPHONY