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  1. 1. c-thrudesign.com form follows formula 2005 David Julian Roth, AIA , GBI TM , LEED TM
  2. 2. design
  3. 3. team
  4. 4. value
  5. 5. form follows function
  6. 7. function follows form
  7. 9. form follows formula
  8. 11. form follows flexibility
  9. 19. shades of green <ul><li>low energy/high performance </li></ul><ul><li>replenishable sources </li></ul><ul><li>recycling </li></ul><ul><li>embodied energy </li></ul><ul><li>long life, loose fit </li></ul><ul><li>total life cycle costing </li></ul><ul><li>embedded in place </li></ul><ul><li>access and urban context </li></ul><ul><li>health and happiness </li></ul><ul><li>community and connection </li></ul>

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  • We are not from Erie but as you will see we’ve done our homework… There are forces at work on this (like all projects) And we have researched these and integrated them into a proposal that is logical and natural. Are confident you will feel comfortable with the proposed design but, Want to leave time for the financials because we feel that you will be excited by the design potential for the project as outlined in the following presentation.
  • II. DESIGN CONCEPT Phil Hundley David Roth   -       Slide show starts with aerial and overall site plans for Phases I &amp; II, co-development and functionality concepts -       Slide show ends with hotel slides
  • I. TEAM INTRODUCTION Joan Cleland - Development Plan overlaid with team name and presentation date -        Organization Chart with firm logos
  • II. DESIGN CONCEPT Phil Hundley David Roth   -       Slide show starts with aerial and overall site plans for Phases I &amp; II, co-development and functionality concepts -       Slide show ends with hotel slides
  • Codevelopment   Codevelopment happens when different project elements are separately funded, synergistically related and physically attached. The hotel, convention center and garage will be codeveloped in Phase I. The retail component should also be codeveloped in Phase I to make the project stronger and more vibrant. Future phases of the project anticipate codevelopment of other out parcels.   For example, the Dobbin Landing (out parcel 2) could be developed as a future condo, apartments, ground floor retail and parking garage. A third parcel directly east of the Phase I site between Bayfront Parkway and the marina, not yet owned by the Authority, could be developed as office space with parking garages and marina level retail. When the GAF property becomes available, it too could be developed with compatible uses.
  • Codevelopment   Codevelopment happens when different project elements are separately funded, synergistically related and physically attached. The hotel, convention center and garage will be codeveloped in Phase I. The retail component should also be codeveloped in Phase I to make the project stronger and more vibrant. Future phases of the project anticipate codevelopment of other out parcels.   For example, the Dobbin Landing (out parcel 2) could be developed as a future condo, apartments, ground floor retail and parking garage. A third parcel directly east of the Phase I site between Bayfront Parkway and the marina, not yet owned by the Authority, could be developed as office space with parking garages and marina level retail. When the GAF property becomes available, it too could be developed with compatible uses.
  • Functionality   Phase I development occupies a challenging site. The narrow Sassafras site is in a former industrial area built on fill that 100 years ago was Presque Isle Bay. The entire parcel west of Sassafras is a non-compatible industrial use that creates noise, fumes and dirt for the new Phase I development. The site is isolated from State Street and downtown Erie by Bayfront Parkway and the cliff between downtown above and the flats below. There are no easy sites anymore.   Ideal functional relationships of convention centers and hotels are simple. When these project elements are combined on a narrow urban site, the design challenge becomes more difficult. Given more land and a wider shape, the design would be much different, spread out and not having a parking garage. Given the site constraints of the Sassafras site, the Phase I design is the only logical compromise of the ideal design. The design has a distinct front facing the marina, and back screening the present GAF property to the west with service drives and loading docks.
  • Functionality   Phase I development occupies a challenging site. The narrow Sassafras site is in a former industrial area built on fill that 100 years ago was Presque Isle Bay. The entire parcel west of Sassafras is a non-compatible industrial use that creates noise, fumes and dirt for the new Phase I development. The site is isolated from State Street and downtown Erie by Bayfront Parkway and the cliff between downtown above and the flats below. There are no easy sites anymore.   Ideal functional relationships of convention centers and hotels are simple. When these project elements are combined on a narrow urban site, the design challenge becomes more difficult. Given more land and a wider shape, the design would be much different, spread out and not having a parking garage. Given the site constraints of the Sassafras site, the Phase I design is the only logical compromise of the ideal design. The design has a distinct front facing the marina, and back screening the present GAF property to the west with service drives and loading docks.
  • Shades of Green   Green design is not only about energy efficiency and it’s not a purely technical matter either. Green design involves a number of interrelated issues, the social, cultural, psychological and economic dimensions of which are as important as the technological and ecological. Several key issues are addressed in the design and will be explored in detail during the Design Development Phase to create fully developed green architecture.   1. The proposed buildings are imbedded in their surroundings: Urban Design for Bayfront District. 2. Bus Stop: Alternate means of transport to site. 3. Parking: Structured parking reduces heat islands and reduces storm water runoff. 4. Walking: Arcades and boardwalks provide paths in park-like setting for health and happiness. 5. Energy Efficiency: Roofing and building envelope. 6. Total Life Cycle Costing: Building systems engineered for low energy/high performance. 7. Local/Regional Materials: Building products that are manufactured regionally within a radius of 500 miles. 8. Flexibility: Open-ended plan can grow over time.
  • Functionality   Phase I development occupies a challenging site. The narrow Sassafras site is in a former industrial area built on fill that 100 years ago was Presque Isle Bay. The entire parcel west of Sassafras is a non-compatible industrial use that creates noise, fumes and dirt for the new Phase I development. The site is isolated from State Street and downtown Erie by Bayfront Parkway and the cliff between downtown above and the flats below. There are no easy sites anymore.   Ideal functional relationships of convention centers and hotels are simple. When these project elements are combined on a narrow urban site, the design challenge becomes more difficult. Given more land and a wider shape, the design would be much different, spread out and not having a parking garage. Given the site constraints of the Sassafras site, the Phase I design is the only logical compromise of the ideal design. The design has a distinct front facing the marina, and back screening the present GAF property to the west with service drives and loading docks.
  • Functionality   Phase I development occupies a challenging site. The narrow Sassafras site is in a former industrial area built on fill that 100 years ago was Presque Isle Bay. The entire parcel west of Sassafras is a non-compatible industrial use that creates noise, fumes and dirt for the new Phase I development. The site is isolated from State Street and downtown Erie by Bayfront Parkway and the cliff between downtown above and the flats below. There are no easy sites anymore.   Ideal functional relationships of convention centers and hotels are simple. When these project elements are combined on a narrow urban site, the design challenge becomes more difficult. Given more land and a wider shape, the design would be much different, spread out and not having a parking garage. Given the site constraints of the Sassafras site, the Phase I design is the only logical compromise of the ideal design. The design has a distinct front facing the marina, and back screening the present GAF property to the west with service drives and loading docks.
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • I. TEAM INTRODUCTION Joan Cleland - Development Plan overlaid with team name and presentation date -        Organization Chart with firm logos
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • I. TEAM INTRODUCTION Joan Cleland - Development Plan overlaid with team name and presentation date -        Organization Chart with firm logos
  • I. TEAM INTRODUCTION Joan Cleland - Development Plan overlaid with team name and presentation date -        Organization Chart with firm logos
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Functionality   Phase I development occupies a challenging site. The narrow Sassafras site is in a former industrial area built on fill that 100 years ago was Presque Isle Bay. The entire parcel west of Sassafras is a non-compatible industrial use that creates noise, fumes and dirt for the new Phase I development. The site is isolated from State Street and downtown Erie by Bayfront Parkway and the cliff between downtown above and the flats below. There are no easy sites anymore.   Ideal functional relationships of convention centers and hotels are simple. When these project elements are combined on a narrow urban site, the design challenge becomes more difficult. Given more land and a wider shape, the design would be much different, spread out and not having a parking garage. Given the site constraints of the Sassafras site, the Phase I design is the only logical compromise of the ideal design. The design has a distinct front facing the marina, and back screening the present GAF property to the west with service drives and loading docks.
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…
  • Ten Shades refers to ten key issues that need to be considered to create a fully green architecture: Above all, must be beautiful, or it won’t deserve to last…

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