Rocky's toronto marine museum

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Rocky's toronto marine museum

  1. 1. By: Rocky Leong 100702868
  2. 2. The museum complex shall utilize technologyinnovations and construction materials that willcombine to create an environmentally friendlyand sustainable building. Its design shall conveya sense of a ship that is moving from the viewfrom the highway, while enabling guests in thecomplex to have a view of the lake.
  3. 3. P P Location:351 Lakeshore Blvd. P -Building outlined in red D -Footprint : 913.4 sq.m -Length : 148m -Width : 75m -Height :11m -The building is arrayed so that solar panels receive the most amount of sunlight.E.P - Grey area designates paved area P = Parking Area D = Drop-off Area E.P = Employee’s Parking Area - Blue area designates water ponds for launching model ships created in the museum, or area for people to skate in the winter times
  4. 4. Building material include glass curtain walls, stucco finish andsteel cladding for the ship-like structure for the second floor,and LEED materials
  5. 5. Utilizing a combinationof solar panels and windturbines, the buildinglowers its dependenceon the city’s powergrid, and can even sellextra electricity back tothe city.
  6. 6. GraniteCrete Pioneer Millworks Engineered Flooring- Pavement alternative- Wide range of colours - Consists of reused wood - Uses low-VOC glue to put togetherThermaRock XI Thermafleece - Roll insulation made from wool - Can be used for roofs and walls- A specialized thermal resistance drywall- R value from R-2.5-4.1 compared to standard R-0.5 drywall

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