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Green Aesthetic 21st Century Architecture

  1. 1. Green Aesthetic: 21 st Century Architecture
  2. 2. Jill Kowalski, Moderator Development Director, Delaware Valley Green Building Council Mary Carroll Senior Project Manager, Francis Cauffman Nic Darling Partner and CMO, Postgreen James Maransky Principal, The EnVision Group, Developer of IceHouse Matt Wolfe, LEED AP, CDT Sustainable Design Coordinator, Gensler
  3. 3. Mary Carroll Senior Project Manager Francis Cauffman
  4. 4. Green Aesthetic: 21st Century Architecture Green Feasibility Strategies
  5. 5. Thesis Equation: Tax incentives Preserve surrounding environment Sustainable Design Resource efficiency Beauty equals Utility Good Design Enhance health and quality of life Save on energy Educate costs Durability community
  6. 6. Back to Basics: To find new things, take the path you took yesterday. - John Burroughs To find new things, take the path you took yesterday. - John Burroughs
  7. 7. History Pioneers/Farmers Industrial Revolution
  8. 8. What is a Green Building “Building green is an opportunity to use our resources efficiently while creating healthier buildings that improve human health, build a better environment and provide cost savings.” Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – http://www.epa.gov/greenbuilding/pubs/about.htm
  9. 9. What is Green Feasibility? • Communication – Collaboration • Identify Key Players – Teams • Engage Township Officials, Government Agencies, Municipalities • Confirm Schedule – Objectives, Milestones, Deliverables / Approval • Explore Options • Gain Consensus • Record Decisions
  10. 10. What is Green Feasibility? Existing New Goals Evaluate Audit Opportunities Timeline “Take Stock” • Upfront Costs Replace with Save Energy / Boiler • Priority Geothermal Money • Benefit • Viability Save Water / Old Faucet Low-Flow Fixture Money
  11. 11. Green Feasibility: Business Model Cost Cost Schedule Human Health, Safety and Comfort Schedule Quality Quality Ecology Old Decision Model New Decision Model Source: The HO+K Guidebook to Sustainable Design
  12. 12. Green Principals
  13. 13. Green Principals
  14. 14. Case Study Roswell Park Cancer Institute Center for Genetics and Pharmacology / SUNY University at Buffalo NY State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences
  15. 15. Case Study Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center Critical Care Building – Wilkes-Barre, PA
  16. 16. Case Study University of Pennsylvania Health System Penn Medicine at Valley Forge – Berwyn, PA
  17. 17. Case Study B.Braun New Manufacturing Facility – Allentown, PA
  18. 18. Case Study Claire Brennan (My 8 year old niece) What is Green Design to her? – Denver, CO
  19. 19. Case Study Cassidy Brennan (My 10 year old niece) What is Green Design to her? – Denver, CO
  20. 20. Case Study Vivian O’Brien – 11 years old What is Green Design to her? – Hopewell, NJ
  21. 21. Back to Basics: DURABILITY UTILITY BEAUTY Sustainability is not a destination, but a journey
  22. 22. Contact Information PDF document available with details of this presentation. Please contact: Mary F. Carroll, AIA, NCARB LEED®AP Phone: 215.568.8250 x208 mcarroll@franciscauffman.com
  23. 23. Nic Darling Partner and CMO Postgreen
  24. 24. Problems as Inspiration
  25. 25. COST SUSTAINABILITY DESIGN
  26. 26. PROBLEM 1 ‐ INFILL
  27. 27. PROBLEM 2 ‐ SIZE
  28. 28. PROBLEM 3 – PALLETTE
  29. 29. PROBLEM 4 – FLATNESS
  30. 30. PROBLEM 5 – MATERIALS
  31. 31. PROBLEM 6 – CHOICE
  32. 32. SOLUTION 1 – 100K HOUSE?
  33. 33. SOLUTION 2 – PASSIVE PROJECT?
  34. 34. SOLUTION 3 – SKINNY PROJECT?
  35. 35. FORMULA DEVELOPER + BUILDER + ARCHITECT
  36. 36. FORMULA + COMMUNITY Design/Blog
  37. 37. www.PostgreenHomes.com
  38. 38. James Maransky Principal The EnVision Group, developer of IceHouse
  39. 39. The Icehouse—Final Exterior Rendering
  40. 40. The Icehouse Aerial View
  41. 41. Icehouse LEED/Green Key Features Common Area Green Roof Private Green Roofs on all units with rooftops Rainwater Recycling System and Integrated Koi Pond Agribalance Soy Insulation – uses recycled plastic and soy and vegetable oils which not only conserves natural resources and contributes to zero ozone depletion, but also has significant energy savings FSC Certified Siding and SFI Certified Hardwood Floors Energy Star Appliances, Lighting, and Ceiling Fans High Efficiency HVAC featuring Koolduct Lo Flow Plumbing Fixtures Noritz “Tankless” Hot water heaters with 93% energy efficiency—heat water on demand and reduce greenhouse gas emissions Energy Star North Windows Formaldehyde-Free Bamboo Cabinets Low-VOC Paints and Finishes Recycle and Reuse Products from existing structure
  42. 42. Icehouse Goals • To reduce homeowner utility bills by 30-40% • Create a Durable/Sustainable Project • Create a project with a Minimal Environmental Impact
  43. 43. Icehouse Original Structure “Dooley’s Icehouse” I
  44. 44. Dooley’s Icehouse
  45. 45. Thompson Street-Pre Construction
  46. 46. Icehouse Garage Interior Pre-Con
  47. 47. Icehouse Hand Demolition
  48. 48. Salvaged Materials For Re- Integration (Brick)
  49. 49. Paper Street Exit For Garage
  50. 50. Paper Street Exit-WIP
  51. 51. Beginning Construction Phase—Roof of future Parking Garage and foundation of 1 BR Flats
  52. 52. Icehouse Skeleton
  53. 53. Agribalance Soy Insulation
  54. 54. Icehouse—Nearing 1st Phase Completion August ‘09
  55. 55. Icehouse Aerial
  56. 56. Matt Wolfe, LEED AP, CDT Sustainable Design Coordinator Gensler
  57. 57. GENSLER
  58. 58. Question & Answer
  59. 59. Please complete the survey being distributed by the volunteers. Surveys may be returned to the volunteers or at the Registration Desk in Ballroom A.
  60. 60. Thank you to our sponsors

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