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Proposed Atlanta Green Home Development Project
Proposed Atlanta Green Home Development Project
Proposed Atlanta Green Home Development Project
Proposed Atlanta Green Home Development Project
Proposed Atlanta Green Home Development Project
Proposed Atlanta Green Home Development Project
Proposed Atlanta Green Home Development Project
Proposed Atlanta Green Home Development Project
Proposed Atlanta Green Home Development Project
Proposed Atlanta Green Home Development Project
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Proposed Atlanta Green Home Development Project

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  • As a point of reference: Detroit average = 34” per year
  • Size and form similar to neighboring homesSiding also in other homes in neighborhoodGreen roofClerestory windowsDetached garage
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    • 1. 414 Brentwood Drive Northeast, Atlanta, Georgia 1980 square foot green home for a family of 4Team 11:Asad Ahmed, Kate Harris, Meredith Neely, Sarah Barjum, Stacy Williams
    • 2. 100 86 89 88 90 80 82 80 73 73 65 64 70 57 54 52 60 68 71 71 65 50 60 54 40 30 44 52 45 Average Monthly Temperatures 38 37 20 34 10 0 Above Freezing All Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 6 5.3 4.8 4.8 4.5 5 4.2 4.0 4.1 3.7 3.9 3.9 4 3.4 3.4 Average Monthly 3 Precipitation 2 1 0 Average 50” Per Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Atlanta Detroit ATLANTA CLIMATE
    • 3. Historic Neighborhood Narrow, Sloped LotBENEFITS CHALLENGES• Nearby Resources • Design With Similar Characteristics• Easy Access to Center City of Surrounding Homes• Existing Infrastructure • Pre-Determined Orientation• Abundant Trees • Creating Foundation within SlopeSITE CHARACTERISTICS
    • 4. Major Green Features• Oriented on east-west axis• Detached garage• Green roof• No destruction of existing trees• Built for easy deconstructionHOME DESIGN
    • 5. Wind DirectionGenerally from NW Air Circulation • Wind blows air in to wind catcher • Air flows through house via the central stairwell • Warm air rises and is released from both the wind catcher and transomsPASSIVE ENERGY
    • 6. SummerSolstice Overhangs Provide Full Shade WinterSolstice Overhangs Allow Full Sun PASSIVE ENERGY
    • 7. Geothermal PV Radiant Radiant Ceiling Panels FloorsACTIVE ENERGY
    • 8. • 574 gallon underground catchment tank fed from gutters on the main roof for non-potable use • 360 gallon above ground catchment tank fed from garage gutters for landscape and garden irrigationWATER STRATEGIES
    • 9. Permeable Stone Pavement Swale / Rain GardenLANDSCAPE SCHEME
    • 10. Category Point Maximum Points ExpectedInnovation & Design 11 4Locations & Linkages 10 6Sustainable Sites 22 13Water Efficiency 15 14Energy & Atmosphere 38 36Materials & Resources 16 9Indoor Environmental Quality 21 14Awareness & Education 3 0TOTAL 136 96LEED CERTIFICATION

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