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Zerofootprint announces the winners of its Reskinning Awards for 2010. Highlights the work of architects and designers who are Reskinning older buildings to make them more energy efficient.

Zerofootprint announces the winners of its Reskinning Awards for 2010. Highlights the work of architects and designers who are Reskinning older buildings to make them more energy efficient.

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  • Here’s a map of CO2 released from fossil fuels (with red and yellow marking the biggest pollution points), compiled from 2002 data by the Vulcan Project at Purdue University. It’s a map of emissions, which isn’t quite the same as airborne concentrations, but it gives a sense of where pollution happens:
  • SMALL/COMMERCIAL CATEGORY1.Aidlin Darling Architects  355 Eleventh, San Francisco  Historic and previously derelict industrial building  New corrugated skin is perforated with small holes allows light and air to pass through new windows hidden behind it.
  • SMALL/COMMERCIAL CATEGORY1.Aidlin Darling Architects  355 Eleventh, San Francisco  Historic and previously derelict industrial building  New corrugated skin is perforated with small holes allows light and air to pass through new windows hidden behind it.
  • SMALL/COMMERCIAL CATEGORY1.Aidlin Darling Architects  355 Eleventh, San Francisco  Historic and previously derelict industrial building  New corrugated skin is perforated with small holes allows light and air to pass through new windows hidden behind it.
  • SMALL/COMMERCIAL CATEGORY1.Aidlin Darling Architects  355 Eleventh, San Francisco  Historic and previously derelict industrial building  New corrugated skin is perforated with small holes allows light and air to pass through new windows hidden behind it.
  • 4. MOED de Armas Architects  100 Park Ave. Built 1949 - the 36-storey - the first glass and steel tower on Park Avenue – after 60 years, the building was dated and systems were obsolete The building remained fully occupied throughout the re-skinning process.  The re-skinning resulted in a 29% energy savings per year. 
  • 4. MOED de Armas Architects  100 Park Ave. Built 1949 - the 36-storey - the first glass and steel tower on Park Avenue – after 60 years, the building was dated and systems were obsolete The building remained fully occupied throughout the re-skinning process.  The re-skinning resulted in a 29% energy savings per year. 
  • 4. MOED de Armas Architects  100 Park Ave. Built 1949 - the 36-storey - the first glass and steel tower on Park Avenue – after 60 years, the building was dated and systems were obsolete The building remained fully occupied throughout the re-skinning process.  The re-skinning resulted in a 29% energy savings per year. 
  • 4. MOED de Armas Architects  100 Park Ave. Built 1949 - the 36-storey - the first glass and steel tower on Park Avenue – after 60 years, the building was dated and systems were obsolete The building remained fully occupied throughout the re-skinning process.  The re-skinning resulted in a 29% energy savings per year. 
  • 4. MOED de Armas Architects  100 Park Ave. Built 1949 - the 36-storey - the first glass and steel tower on Park Avenue – after 60 years, the building was dated and systems were obsolete The building remained fully occupied throughout the re-skinning process.  The re-skinning resulted in a 29% energy savings per year. 
  • LARGE RESIDENTIAL1. DAHM Architects  GESOBAU AG Berlin - modernize 15,000 residential units built in the 1960s Economical and repeatable for low to mid income housing tenant education about energy conservation  first 538 apartments (completed 2008) and the whole project is due for completion in 2015.  energy saving as a result of the re-skinning is 71% or 316 tonnes of carbon annually.  
  • LARGE RESIDENTIAL1. DAHM Architects  GESOBAU AG Berlin - modernize 15,000 residential units built in the 1960s Economical and repeatable for low to mid income housing tenant education about energy conservation  first 538 apartments (completed 2008) and the whole project is due for completion in 2015.  energy saving as a result of the re-skinning is 71% or 316 tonnes of carbon annually.  
  • LARGE RESIDENTIAL1. DAHM Architects  GESOBAU AG Berlin - modernize 15,000 residential units built in the 1960s Economical and repeatable for low to mid income housing tenant education about energy conservation  first 538 apartments (completed 2008) and the whole project is due for completion in 2015.  energy saving as a result of the re-skinning is 71% or 316 tonnes of carbon annually.  
  • LARGE RESIDENTIAL1. DAHM Architects  GESOBAU AG Berlin - modernize 15,000 residential units built in the 1960s Economical and repeatable for low to mid income housing tenant education about energy conservation  first 538 apartments (completed 2008) and the whole project is due for completion in 2015.  energy saving as a result of the re-skinning is 71% or 316 tonnes of carbon annually.  
  • 3. PWWG Architects West Park Court, Pittsburg high-rise apartment building for low-income seniors in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Constructed 1979 and originally clad with an exterior insulating of synthetic stucco which had proved problematic  new envelope was installed from the outside, little impact on residents.  Adding new skin, energy savings were 15% over the existing insulated building.
  • SMALL RESIDENTIAL CATEGORY Now House, Toronto  Work Worth Doing net zero home 1 million in Canada, 4 million in US of WW2 veterans homes = highly repeatable 70% reduction per year of the exiting bungalow (plus energy generation w solar panels)  
  • SMALL RESIDENTIAL CATEGORY Now House, Toronto  Work Worth Doing net zero home 1 million in Canada, 4 million in US of WW2 veterans homes = highly repeatable 70% reduction per year of the exiting bungalow (plus energy generation w solar panels)  
  • SMALL RESIDENTIAL CATEGORY Now House, Toronto  Work Worth Doing net zero home 1 million in Canada, 4 million in US of WW2 veterans homes = highly repeatable 70% reduction per year of the exiting bungalow (plus energy generation w solar panels)  
  • SMALL RESIDENTIAL CATEGORY Now House, Toronto  Work Worth Doing net zero home 1 million in Canada, 4 million in US of WW2 veterans homes = highly repeatable 70% reduction per year of the exiting bungalow (plus energy generation w solar panels)  
  • 2. OCADgreen wall
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  • SMALL/COMMERCIAL CATEGORY1. Aidlin Darling Architects  355 Eleventh, San Francisco  Historic and previously derelict industrial building  New corrugated skin is perforated with small holes allows light and air to pass through new windows hidden behind it.
  • LARGE RESIDENTIAL1. DAHM Architects  GESOBAU AG Berlin - modernize 15,000 residential units built in the 1960s Economical and repeatable for low to mid income housing tenant education about energy conservation  first 538 apartments (completed 2008) and the whole project is due for completion in 2015.  energy saving as a result of the re-skinning is 71% or 316 tonnes of carbon annually.  
  • SMALL RESIDENTIAL CATEGORY Now House, Toronto  Work Worth Doing net zero home 1 million in Canada, 4 million in US of WW2 veterans homes = highly repeatable 70% reduction per year of the exiting bungalow (plus energy generation w solar panels)  
  • SMALL/COMMERCIAL CATEGORY1.Aidlin Darling Architects  355 Eleventh, San Francisco  Historic and previously derelict industrial building  New corrugated skin is perforated with small holes allows light and air to pass through new windows hidden behind it.

Zerofootprint Reskinning Awards 2010 Zerofootprint Reskinning Awards 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • Reskinning Awards
    Ron Dembo, Toronto, May 2010
    © Zerofootprint 2010
  • It’s clear,
    we have a problem…
  • It’s also clear
    there is
    lots we can do!
  • and…
    buildings
    are a big part of it
  • 40% of total US energy consumption and GHG
    can be attributed to
    operating buildings
    heat, light, cooling, hot water
    (All SUVs in North America = 3%)
  • CO2 and cities
    Graeme Robertson
    Source: Vulcan Project, Purdue University
    © Zerofootprint 2010
    © Zerofootprint 2010
  • %GHG
    from the operations of buildings
    Toronto63%
    New York79%
    London 52%
    Hong Kong 73%
  • over90%
    of buildings in most
    big cities are
    “old”
  • the problem is no
    thermalisolation
  • A thermal
    view from Tower Bridge
    Graeme Robertson
    © Zerofootprint 2010
  • we will have to
    retrofit
    entire cities
  • how?
  • we will need to
    re-skin
    the buildings
  • re-skin
    =
    re-think
  • how do we change the
    state-of-the-art
    for retrofitting?
  • how do we
    recognize
    best practice
    for retrofitting?
  • Re-Skinning Awards
  • 6 Criteria
    Aesthetics
    Reproducibility
    Cost
    Energy
    Smarts
    Social
  • Our Jury
    world’s top green architects and engineers
  • Andrew Bowerbank
    Judith DiMaio
    George Baird
    Rick Huijbregts
    Fiona Cousins
    NYIT
    CISCO
    UofT
    ARUP
    WGBC
    Stefan Behnisch
    Thomas Auer
    Edward Mazria
    William McDonough
    2030
    Arch.
    Trans
    Solar
  • Finalists
    2010
  • small / med. commercial
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  • large
    commercial
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  • summer
  • winter
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  • large
    residential
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  • small
    residential
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  • Concepts:
    The Future
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  • and the winners
    are….
  • small / med. commercial
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  • large
    commercial
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  • large
    residential
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  • small
    residential
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  • concept
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  • overall
    winner
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  • The first retrofit of a large postwar, pre-1990 building to achieve a verified zero footprint over one year.
    Zero net carbon
    Zero net water
    Zero net energy
    wins $10 million!
  • Our Partners
  • we seek solutions that leave no footprint