EQUESTRIAN RIDING SCHOOLJEREMY COTENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLGYPROFESSOR JAMES KEDESIGN 6
PROJECT LOCATION                                66 TH STREET                                67 TH STREET                  ...
PROJECT LOCATION                                TAVERN ON                                THE GREEN                        ...
SUNLIGHT STUDY               THE SUN’S ENERGY POWERS OUR EARTH AND ALLOWS LIFE TO EXIST AND FLOURISH. MY PROJECT PAYS HOMA...
SUNLIGHT STUDY               BY UTILIZING THE SUN’S LIGHT THE BUILDING CAN CONSERVE ITS ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND ALLEVIATE I...
SUNLIGHT STUDY - 3D MASSWINTER SHADE MODEL 10 AM   WINTER SHADE MODEL 12 PM   WINTER SHADE MODEL 2 PM   WINTER SHADE MODEL...
SUNLIGHT STUDY - 3D MASS                                                                                                  ...
SUNLIGHT STUDY                                                SITE EAST                                                   ...
MATERIALS RESEARCH                                                                                                        ...
STUDY MODELS AND PROCESS                                                                                          STUDY MO...
RESOLUTION            INTERIOR VIEW AT CAFESITE PLAN   66TH STREET
RESOLUTIONGROUND FLOOR   FIRST FLOOR   SECOND FLOOR   THIRD FLOOR
RESOLUTIONFOURTH FLOOR   FIFTH FLOOR   ROOF PLAN
RESOLUTIONSECTION A
RESOLUTIONSECTION B
RESOLUTIONSECTION C
RESOLUTION66TH STREET ELEVATION67TH STREET ELEVATION
RESOLUTIONRENDERING AT 66TH STREET   RENDERING AT 66TH STREET
RESOLUTION
RESOLUTION
RESOLUTION
RESOLUTION                                             HEAT ESCAPES                                             THROUGH VE...
RESOLUTION VENTILATION SYSTEM COMPRISED OF LOUVERS THAT OPEN AND CLOSE TO CONTROL AIR FLOW AND CIRCULATION ARCHITECTURAL F...
LOUVERED VENTILA-            RESOLUTION                       TION SYSTEM ALLOWS                       NATURAL VENTILATION...
RESOLUTIONCIRCULATION DIAGRAM
RESOLUTIONWINTER 8 AM           WINTER 10 AM                         WINTER 12 PMWINTER 2 PM           WINTER 4 PMWINTER 8...
RESOLUTIONSUMMER 8 AM           SUMMER 10 AM                         SUMMER 12 PMSUMMER 2 PM           SUMMER 4 PM        ...
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4th Year Portfolio

  1. 1. EQUESTRIAN RIDING SCHOOLJEREMY COTENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLGYPROFESSOR JAMES KEDESIGN 6
  2. 2. PROJECT LOCATION 66 TH STREET 67 TH STREET LOCATION OF SITE WEST VIEW DOWN 66TH STREET EAST VIEW DOWN 66TH STREET CENTRAL PARK WEST LINCOLN LOCATION CENTER OF SITE TAVERN ON THE GREENWEST VIEW OF PROJECT LOCATION WEST VIEW OF PROJECT LOCATION
  3. 3. PROJECT LOCATION TAVERN ON THE GREEN CENTRAL PARK WEST 67 TH STREET LOCATION OF SITE 67TH STREET EAST VIEW OF CENTRAL PARK 67TH STREET SHOWING MATERIALEAST VIEW OF PROJECT LOCATION SURROUNDING STRUCTURES EAST VIEW DOWN 67TH STREET
  4. 4. SUNLIGHT STUDY THE SUN’S ENERGY POWERS OUR EARTH AND ALLOWS LIFE TO EXIST AND FLOURISH. MY PROJECT PAYS HOMAGE TO THE SUN WHILE STILL RESPECTING ITS INTENSE ENERGY. THE PROCESS BEGAN WITH THE STUDY OF THE SUNLIGHT CONDITIONS OF OUR SITE DURING THE COURSE OF A YEAR. THROUGH MY STUDIES I FOUND THAT DUE TO THE IMMENSE STRUCTURES THAT SURROUND OUR SITE WE GET VERY LITTLE DIRECT LIGHT TOUCHING DOWN DURING WINTER TIME WHEN THE SUN’S AZIMUTH IS AT ITS LOWEST.THESE STUDIES GAVE WAY TO AN IDEA ABOUT GETTING DAYLIGHT INTO THE STRUCTURE DURING THOSE MONTHS WHERE WE ARE “ECLIPSED” BY OUR NEIGHBORING BUILDINGS. THE OVERALL CONCEPT WAS TO HAVE CONTROL OVER LIGHTING CONDITIONS BY RESPONDING TO THE NATURE OF THE SITE AND BRINGING NATURAL LIGHT INTO WHAT WOULD BE A RATHER DARK AND DREARY SPACE. WINTER 8 AM WINTER 10 AM WINTER 12 PM WINTER 2 PM WINTER 4 PM SUMMER 8 AM BUILDINGHEIGHT = 20’ BUILDINGHEIGHT = 40’ BUILDINGHEIGHT = 60’ BUILDINGHEIGHT = 80’
  5. 5. SUNLIGHT STUDY BY UTILIZING THE SUN’S LIGHT THE BUILDING CAN CONSERVE ITS ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND ALLEVIATE ITS DEMAND FOR MAN MADE ENERGY. IT CAN ALSO USE THE SUN TO RETAIN ITS ENERGY IN THE WINTER THROUGH A DOUBLE SKINNED ROOF SYSTEM WHICH ALLOWS THE BUILDING TO RETAIN HEAT AND MINIMIZE ITS DEMAND FOR HEATING. UPON COMPLETING THE SUNLIGHT STUDY, IT IS APPARENT THAT THE WINTER MONTHS YIELD LOW AMOUNTS OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT THUS CREATING A COLD DARK SPACE DURING THOSE MONTHS.CONVERSELY, THE SUMMER MONTHS PROVIDE AMPLE AMOUNTS OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT DURING PEAK TIMES BETWEEN 10 AM AND 2 PM. SUMMER 10 AM SUMMER 12 PM SUMMER 2 PM SUMMER 4 PM SUMMER 6 PM SUMMER 8 PM BUILDINGHEIGHT = 20’ BUILDINGHEIGHT = 40’ BUILDINGHEIGHT = 60’ BUILDINGHEIGHT = 80’
  6. 6. SUNLIGHT STUDY - 3D MASSWINTER SHADE MODEL 10 AM WINTER SHADE MODEL 12 PM WINTER SHADE MODEL 2 PM WINTER SHADE MODEL 4 PM SUMMER SHADE MODEL 10 AMWINTER SUN MODEL 10 AM WINTER SUN MODEL 12 PM WINTER SUN MODEL 2 PM WINTER SUN MODEL 4 PM SUMMER SUN MODEL 10 AM
  7. 7. SUNLIGHT STUDY - 3D MASS NOTE: CAVATIES INDICATE PURE DIRECT SUNLIGHT 67TH STREET 66TH STREET COMBINED MODEL SHOWING OVERLAPPING SUNLIGHTSUMMER SHADE MODEL 12 PM SUMMER SHADE MODEL 2 PM SUMMER SHADE MODEL 4 PM NOTE: CAVATIES INDICATE PURE DIRECT SUNLIGHT 66TH STREET 67TH STREET COMBINED MODEL SHOWING OVERLAPPING SUNLIGHTSUMMER SUN MODEL 12 PM SUMMER SUN MODEL 2 PM SUMMER SUN MODEL 4 PM
  8. 8. SUNLIGHT STUDY SITE EAST WEST THE PORTER HOUSE LOCATED IN CHELSEA, NEW YORK CITY WAS AN INTEREST BECAUSE IT ADDRESSES ARCHITECTURE AS A FUNCTION OF TIME. THE LIGHTING CHANGES AS RESIDENTS COME AND GO FROM THE BUILDING.INSPIRATION FOR MATERIAL SELECTION
  9. 9. MATERIALS RESEARCH SUNLIGHT STUDYWOVEN FIBER GLASS FABRICS OFFER THE WIDEST RANGE AND THE BEST CONTROL OVER THICKNESS, WEIGHT AND STRENGTH OF ALL FORMS OF FIBERGLASS TEXTILES. THIS OFFERS THE MATERIALS ENGINEER A WIDE CHOICE OF CONTROLLEDFABRIC PROPERTIES TO SATISFY DESIGN NEEDS AND OBJECTIVES.IN GENERAL, WOVEN GLASS FABRICS HAVE THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES:HIGH TENSILE STRENGTH: GLASS IS ONE OF THE STRONGEST TEXTILE FIBERS, HAVING GREATER SPECIFIC TENSILE STRENGTH THAN STEEL WIRE OF THE SAME DIAMETER, AT A LOWER WEIGHT.DIMENSIONAL STABILITY: LOW ELONGATION UNDER LOAD, GENERALLY 3% OR LESS. GLASS FIBERS PRODUCE FABRICS WITH EXCELLENT DIMENSIONAL STABILITY UNDER VARIOUS TYPES OF CONDITIONS.HIGH HEAT RESISTANCE: GLASS FABRICS HAVE EXCELLENT HEAT RESISTANCE AT RELATIVELY LOW COST. THEY RETAIN APPROXIMATELY 50% OF ROOM TEMPERATURE TENSILE STRENGTH AT 700°F (371°C); APPROXIMATELY 25% AT 900°F (482°C); WITH A SOFTENING POINT OF 1555°F (846°C) AND A MELTING POINT OF 2075° F (1121 °C).FIRE RESISTANCE: COMPOSED OF INORGANIC MATERIALS, GLASS FABRICS ARE NONCOMBUSTIBLE, A NATURAL CHOICE WHERE FLAMMABILITY IS OF CONCERN.GOOD THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY: THE RAPID HEAT DISSIPATION OF GLASS FABRICS IS PARTICULARLY IMPORTANT IN ELECTRICAL INSULATION APPLICATIONS.GOOD CHEMICAL RESISTANCE: LIKE GLASS ITSELF, FIBER GLASS FABRICS ARE HIGHLY RESISTANT TO ATTACK BY MOST CHEMICALS.OUTSTANDING ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES: GLASS FABRICS WITHSTAND HIGH TEMPERATURE AND HAVE LOW MOISTURE REGAIN. ALONG WITH ITS HIGH DIELECTRIC STRENGTH AND LOW DIELECTRIC CONSTANT, GLASS IS OF MAJOR IMPORTANCEAND USEFULNESS IN THE ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY.DURABILITY: BEING INERT, GLASS FABRICS ARE UNAFFECTED BY SUNLIGHT, FUNGUS OR BACTERIA.ECONOMICAL: GLASS FABRICS ARE LOWER IN COST THAN MANY OTHER FABRICS FOR SIMILAR APPLICATIONS.COMPARISONS BETWEEN STEEL AND CONCRETEIN ORDER TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THE IMPACT OF STRUCTURAL MATERIAL SELECTION ON LEED CERTIFICATION, A SURVEY WAS CONDUCTED OF THE LEED CERTIFIED BUILDINGS TO DATE. THE SURVEY IDENTIFIED THE MATERIAL FOR THE PRI-MARY STRUCTURAL SYSTEM FOR EACH PROJECT BY SPEAKING DIRECTLY WITH THE ARCHITECT AND/OR STRUCTURAL ENGINEER OF RECORD. A TOTAL OF 44 PROJECTS WERE SURVEYED—THE COMPLETE LIST OF LEED CERTIFIED PROJECTS ASOF MARCH 12, 2003. A SUMMARY TABLE OF THESE SURVEY RESULTS CAN BE ACCESSED AT WWW.AISC.ORG SUSTAINABILITY. STEEL BUILDINGS REPRESENT A LARGE PORTION OF THIS GROUP, EXCEEDING THEIR MARKET SHARE REPRESENTATIONAMONG BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE U.S. BUILDINGS IN WHICH STEEL FRAMING IS THE PRIMARY STRUCTURAL SYSTEM COMPRISE 50% OF THE LEED CERTIFIED BUILDINGS. WHEN PROJECTS WITH MORE THAN ONESTRUCTURAL SYSTEM ARE CONSIDERED (MIXED SYSTEMS), STRUCTURAL STEEL IS INCLUDED IN 68% OF THE LEED CERTIFIED PROJECTS. STRUCTURAL STEEL HAS SUCCESSFULLY BEEN EMPLOYED ACROSS A WIDE VARIETY OF BUILDING TYPE,BUILDING SIZE, AND GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION IN LEED-CERTIFIED PROJECTS.
  10. 10. STUDY MODELS AND PROCESS STUDY MODELS AIDED IN UNDERSTANDING HOW THE LIGHT WORKS WITHIN THE PROJECT AREA AND ALSO HOW TO MANIPULATE THE LIGHT CONDITIONS AT THE SITE TO WORK IN FAVOR OF THE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS. MODELS WERE CREATED WITH SENSITIVITY TO THE PROGRAMS SPATIAL NEEDS VERSUS LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS WITHIN THOSE SPACES. THE CRITERIA WERE SPACES THAT NEEDED THREE OF THE FOLLOWING: LOW TO NO LIGHT, LOW TO MODERATE LIGHT AND MODERATE TO HIGH AMOUNTS OF LIGHT. THE FIRST STUDY MODEL EXPLORES THE IDEA OF PURE LIGHT VERSUS DIFFUSED LIGHT COUPLED WITH PROGRAM. THE SECOND STUDY MODEL ATTEMPTS STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION INTO THE LIGHT AND PROGRAM NEEDS. FINALLY, THE THIRD MODEL SHOWS AN INTEGRATION OF A SKIN SYSTEM THAT WILL AID IN ACHIEVING ACCEPTABLE LIGHT QUALITIES WITHIN THE STRUCTURE.1ST STUDY - 66TH STREET 1ST STUDY - SUN CAVITY 1ST STUDY - PLAN2ND STUDY 66TH STREET 2ND STUDY - 67TH STREET 2ND STUDY - STRUCTURE3RD STUDY - PLAN 3RD STUDY - 66TH STREET 3RD STUDY - 67TH STREET 3RD STUDY - INTERIOR VIEW OF GYMNASIUM
  11. 11. RESOLUTION INTERIOR VIEW AT CAFESITE PLAN 66TH STREET
  12. 12. RESOLUTIONGROUND FLOOR FIRST FLOOR SECOND FLOOR THIRD FLOOR
  13. 13. RESOLUTIONFOURTH FLOOR FIFTH FLOOR ROOF PLAN
  14. 14. RESOLUTIONSECTION A
  15. 15. RESOLUTIONSECTION B
  16. 16. RESOLUTIONSECTION C
  17. 17. RESOLUTION66TH STREET ELEVATION67TH STREET ELEVATION
  18. 18. RESOLUTIONRENDERING AT 66TH STREET RENDERING AT 66TH STREET
  19. 19. RESOLUTION
  20. 20. RESOLUTION
  21. 21. RESOLUTION
  22. 22. RESOLUTION HEAT ESCAPES THROUGH VENTS AT TOP OF DOUBLE WALL ENTS OPEN AND CLOSE TO CONTROL AIR FLOW WITHIN THE DOUBLE WALL AIR INTAKE VENTS HELP TO CREATE CIRCULATION WITHIN DOUBLE WALLSECTION THROUGH NATURAL VENTILATION SYSTEM
  23. 23. RESOLUTION VENTILATION SYSTEM COMPRISED OF LOUVERS THAT OPEN AND CLOSE TO CONTROL AIR FLOW AND CIRCULATION ARCHITECTURAL FIBERGLASS MEMBRANE DOUBLE SKIN EFFECTS BELOW 55 DEGREES DOUBLE SKIN EFFECTS ABOVE 65 DEGREESGLASS FABRIC DIFFUSES LIGHT TOEVEN “HOT SPOTS” DUE TO IRREGU-LAR LIGHTING PATTERNS CASUED BYNEIGHBORING BUILDINGS.ROLLING SCREENING SYSTEM.SCREEN SYSTEM TO SHADE SPACEFROMDIRECT SUNLIGHT EVENFURTHER. 10% - 20% OPENTO KEEP SPACE COOL IN SUMMERWHILE STILL LETTING IN LIGHT WARM AIR SECTION THROUGH NATURAL VENTILATION SYSTEM
  24. 24. LOUVERED VENTILA- RESOLUTION TION SYSTEM ALLOWS NATURAL VENTILATION AND AIDS IN DIFFUSING VERTICAL CIRCULATION LIGHT AND GLARE DOUBLE SKIN ARCHI- TECTURAL MEMBRANE SYSTEM STEEL STRUCTURAL SYSTEM FOR ROOF AND VENTILATION SHAFT REINFORCED CONCRETE BEARING WALLS CONCRETE SLABEXPLODED AXONOMETRIC
  25. 25. RESOLUTIONCIRCULATION DIAGRAM
  26. 26. RESOLUTIONWINTER 8 AM WINTER 10 AM WINTER 12 PMWINTER 2 PM WINTER 4 PMWINTER 8 AM SECTION WINTER 10AM SECTION
  27. 27. RESOLUTIONSUMMER 8 AM SUMMER 10 AM SUMMER 12 PMSUMMER 2 PM SUMMER 4 PM SUMMER 6 PMSUMMER 8 AM SECTION SUMMER12 PM SECTION

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