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CHANGE
R - E - W
Energy
Robots Weather
NYC
GLOBAL
WARMING
SUSTAINABLE
DESIGN
CINCINNATI
science historian George Dyson
Food Urbanism
New York City, New York
Battery Park City North Neighborhood
Ecological Urbanism
How social networks and
the web / Google Earth are
changing concepts about :
- Design,
- Urban Design,
- Dwelling and
- Th...
Battery Park City North Neighborhood,
New York City
Community Spaces + Retail Spaces = Social Network
Battery Park City :
Energy Conservation as
Theme Park
Energy Conservation as Theme Park : Buildings use heat
pumps, high-e...
Battery Park City as part of a larger social
Network of green spaces in Manhattan
Green roofs : 80% of the roofs are plant...
“Woven Fabric” diagram : green roofs + green landscapes
Isometric view of BPC’s green roofs and parks
system
Bloomberg’s PlaNYC
PlaNYC BPC – North End Avenue
Irish Hunger Memorial : A piece of Ireland in NYC Dublin City Development plan : ‘Green City’
Irish Hunger Memorial Green = The New International Style
Landscape / city / food / architecture Merge
Weather Internet
Change
Urban Design
Architecture
Space
Change Form
Internet
Space
Architecture
Urban Design
==
Ancient Architecture
Contemporary
Architecture
Sustainable /
Green Design
=
Vitruvius Weather
hMa projects with porosity :
1) Battery Park City Master Plan :
Woven Fabric
2) Pratt Pavilion :
Visceral Space
3) Holley Loft :
No Space
4) DWi-P :
Porous Edge
5) Won Dharma Center:
Absolute Zero
6) Pearson Sculpture
On (In) Landscape
Woven Fabric
Battery Park City Master Plan : ‘Woven Fabric’
Battery Park City ca. 1960
isometric massing study first massing model
Isometric diagram showing green roofs and
green landscapes
green
roofs
Diagram showing park spaces Diagram showing woven fabric of the cities’
buildings and parks
North End Avenue dog park
North End Avenue : A green street
Nelson A. Rockefeller Park
Irish Hunger Memorial
Irish Hunger Memorial
Teardrop Park
Teardrop Park
aerial view of Teardrop Park showing green roofs and heliostats
heliostats
view of glass wall;
ballfields to the right
bird’s eye view of ballfields and ballfield terrace
ballfield terrace park benches for sitting and watching
Occupiable Green Roof / Public plaza
ramp to ballfield terrace
‘Tribute in Light’
Pratt Pavilion : Visceral Space
DeKalb Avenue : ‘Buildings Face Out – Not In’ New Master Plan: ‘Buildings Face Campus’
Public Face : New Design Center Original Condition
the public face of new Pratt Design Center
New Campus Entry Original entry 2004
Entry Ramp
new entry vestibule original site of entry vestibule
new entry vestibule : stair to gallery
MATERIALITY
STAINLESS STEEL
MATERIALITY
COR-TEN
Menashe Kadishman’s “Suspended” at Storm King
Art Center
Michael Heizer’s “Levitated Mass at LACMA
EDGES: second floor gallery space
view from second floor
gallery
courtyard
Pratt campus view courtyard
VISCERAL SPACE
PRATT PAVILION:
SUSPENDED VESSEL
today
1999
Holley Loft : NO space
wood rooms floated in white Robert Lazzarini sculpture:
wood floated in white
2 boxes float in white
Development Concept :
DIAGRAM
2 boxes
Light lines
LIGHT
ANAMORPHIC BOX
DWi-P : Porous Edge
DWi-P
DWi-P Entry / Green Roof (Ballfield Terrace) / SCAPE Landscape architects
Bird’s eye view : Ballfield Terrace
Occupiable Green Roof / Public plaza
View of Ballfield Terrace from
Teardrop Park
entry
view from Ballfield Terrace entry to
teardrop park
Entry to Ballfield Terrace
Entry : Ballfield Terrace
Central stair / central courtyard
Central stair “Finger” – toward Ballfield
View of Terrace from North
The egg Central terrace
Ramps and stairs connecting to Warren Street – North side
View from Warren Street to Terrace
North side ramp at Warren Street
Stair up from south side of Dwi-P Terrace at Murray Street
Ramp up from Murray Street to Dwi-P green roof south side
Entry lobby
Ballfield Level - Plan
Ballfield level lobby
Ballfield Level
Fitness area Corridor looking north
Pool (WaTER)
Gym
The Glass Wall
PRECEDENT STUDY
PROCESS : DUCHAMP : FRAMED GLASS
PHYSICS WRITTEN ON GLASS
MUSIC & GLASS
ARCHITECT / COMPOSER COLLABORATION
Sample at site early WaTER score
MUSICAL SCORE WaTER
The Glass Wall
Glass wall
North Courtyard Central Courtyard
South Courtyard
ARCHITECTS DESIGN MUSIC
TABLE WATERFALL
Green Diagram
=
ABSOLUTE ZERO
GEOMETRY
+
NO SPACE
IN THE LANDSCAPE
Won Dharma Center : Absolute Zero
A POROUS
COURTYARD INNER
MEMBRANE
WON DHARMA CENTER
Robert Smithson : Spiral Jetty Michael Van Valkenburgh
Associates : Tidal Pool
SPIRAL = OPEN (POROUS) FORM
David von Schlegell -
Storm King Art Center
Meditation Space marked by a floating Rectangular Roof
Dynamic Open Spirals / vs / Stasis beneath a Rectangular Roof
THE SITE : The starting point “Ground Zero”
Meditation Administration
Plans – Through the landscape
Meditation : Roof Plane // a space for introspection
A spiral path defines a journey from mundane (cafeteria) to spiritual practice
Spirit World
A “chord” that
connects World to
Spirit
Cafeteria
Meditation
Live
Open Spirals : movement diagrams
Fractal Roofs Spiral Plans
+ =
Dynamic
(Mundane)
Space
2 visiting residences connect A dynamic connection through site // paths
DIAGRAM : Wood Screens
Trees + Screened Buildings = Infinite Bleed of Edge
Meditation Hall + Wood Screens // Buildings = Site
Residence Halls + Screened Porches // Buildings = Site
Porches blend wood buildings to Site
Custom Wood Furniture - Site comes Inside // Zero Carbon Footprint Diagram
NY Art friends : Bruce Pearson (painter)
hMa Artist/ Architect Collaboration
Bruce Pearson Sculpture : Text On (In) Landsc...
Pearson / hMa Sculpture collaboration : “Contains Real Hard Won Insight”
‘On / In’ Landscape : Text + Urban Field = disrup...
Sculpture as Urban Intervention:
Pedestrian Circulation // Urban Gallery for Artistic Communication
Future: A Porous Edge: Buildings become Landscape
Future: A Porous edge :
Materiality Reality
‘Designing with Light’
2006
hMa RESEARCH
‘Shape of Sound’
2013
Dwi-P LightScore
Architecture + Natural Phenomena
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Robots, Energy, Weather. Victoria Meyers architect, founding partner of hanrahan Meyers architects, presents Robots, Energy and Weather, and explains how concepts from robotics, biomorphic designs that incorporate energy, and weather sensitive design has impacted her practice with Thomas Hanrahan. Projects presented include DWi-P, Digital Water i-Pavilion, hMa's first digitally interactive buiding, deisgned with an electrostatic film in the building's 600-foot-long facade, where the public can 'play' composer Michael J. Schumacher's composition: WaTER. DWi-P is in Battery Park City, across from the World Trade Center Memorial site. hMa are also the Master Plan architects for Battery Park City's North Neighborhood. In that capacity, hMa overviewed the development of the most green, high-rise neighborhood in the world.

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  1. 1. CHANGE R - E - W Energy Robots Weather NYC GLOBAL WARMING SUSTAINABLE DESIGN CINCINNATI
  2. 2. science historian George Dyson
  3. 3. Food Urbanism New York City, New York Battery Park City North Neighborhood Ecological Urbanism
  4. 4. How social networks and the web / Google Earth are changing concepts about : - Design, - Urban Design, - Dwelling and - The City
  5. 5. Battery Park City North Neighborhood, New York City Community Spaces + Retail Spaces = Social Network
  6. 6. Battery Park City : Energy Conservation as Theme Park Energy Conservation as Theme Park : Buildings use heat pumps, high-efficiency condensing boilers, micro turbine co-generation, photovoltaic panels, geo-thermal wells, wind turbines and extensive insulation and air/vapor barriers
  7. 7. Battery Park City as part of a larger social Network of green spaces in Manhattan Green roofs : 80% of the roofs are planted and open to public use
  8. 8. “Woven Fabric” diagram : green roofs + green landscapes
  9. 9. Isometric view of BPC’s green roofs and parks system Bloomberg’s PlaNYC
  10. 10. PlaNYC BPC – North End Avenue
  11. 11. Irish Hunger Memorial : A piece of Ireland in NYC Dublin City Development plan : ‘Green City’
  12. 12. Irish Hunger Memorial Green = The New International Style
  13. 13. Landscape / city / food / architecture Merge
  14. 14. Weather Internet Change Urban Design Architecture Space Change Form Internet Space Architecture Urban Design ==
  15. 15. Ancient Architecture Contemporary Architecture Sustainable / Green Design = Vitruvius Weather
  16. 16. hMa projects with porosity : 1) Battery Park City Master Plan : Woven Fabric 2) Pratt Pavilion : Visceral Space
  17. 17. 3) Holley Loft : No Space 4) DWi-P : Porous Edge
  18. 18. 5) Won Dharma Center: Absolute Zero 6) Pearson Sculpture On (In) Landscape
  19. 19. Woven Fabric Battery Park City Master Plan : ‘Woven Fabric’
  20. 20. Battery Park City ca. 1960
  21. 21. isometric massing study first massing model
  22. 22. Isometric diagram showing green roofs and green landscapes green roofs
  23. 23. Diagram showing park spaces Diagram showing woven fabric of the cities’ buildings and parks
  24. 24. North End Avenue dog park
  25. 25. North End Avenue : A green street
  26. 26. Nelson A. Rockefeller Park
  27. 27. Irish Hunger Memorial
  28. 28. Irish Hunger Memorial
  29. 29. Teardrop Park
  30. 30. Teardrop Park
  31. 31. aerial view of Teardrop Park showing green roofs and heliostats heliostats
  32. 32. view of glass wall; ballfields to the right bird’s eye view of ballfields and ballfield terrace
  33. 33. ballfield terrace park benches for sitting and watching Occupiable Green Roof / Public plaza
  34. 34. ramp to ballfield terrace
  35. 35. ‘Tribute in Light’
  36. 36. Pratt Pavilion : Visceral Space
  37. 37. DeKalb Avenue : ‘Buildings Face Out – Not In’ New Master Plan: ‘Buildings Face Campus’
  38. 38. Public Face : New Design Center Original Condition
  39. 39. the public face of new Pratt Design Center
  40. 40. New Campus Entry Original entry 2004
  41. 41. Entry Ramp
  42. 42. new entry vestibule original site of entry vestibule
  43. 43. new entry vestibule : stair to gallery
  44. 44. MATERIALITY STAINLESS STEEL MATERIALITY COR-TEN
  45. 45. Menashe Kadishman’s “Suspended” at Storm King Art Center
  46. 46. Michael Heizer’s “Levitated Mass at LACMA
  47. 47. EDGES: second floor gallery space
  48. 48. view from second floor gallery courtyard
  49. 49. Pratt campus view courtyard
  50. 50. VISCERAL SPACE PRATT PAVILION: SUSPENDED VESSEL
  51. 51. today 1999 Holley Loft : NO space
  52. 52. wood rooms floated in white Robert Lazzarini sculpture: wood floated in white
  53. 53. 2 boxes float in white Development Concept : DIAGRAM 2 boxes
  54. 54. Light lines
  55. 55. LIGHT
  56. 56. ANAMORPHIC BOX
  57. 57. DWi-P : Porous Edge DWi-P
  58. 58. DWi-P Entry / Green Roof (Ballfield Terrace) / SCAPE Landscape architects
  59. 59. Bird’s eye view : Ballfield Terrace Occupiable Green Roof / Public plaza
  60. 60. View of Ballfield Terrace from Teardrop Park entry
  61. 61. view from Ballfield Terrace entry to teardrop park Entry to Ballfield Terrace
  62. 62. Entry : Ballfield Terrace
  63. 63. Central stair / central courtyard
  64. 64. Central stair “Finger” – toward Ballfield
  65. 65. View of Terrace from North
  66. 66. The egg Central terrace
  67. 67. Ramps and stairs connecting to Warren Street – North side
  68. 68. View from Warren Street to Terrace
  69. 69. North side ramp at Warren Street
  70. 70. Stair up from south side of Dwi-P Terrace at Murray Street
  71. 71. Ramp up from Murray Street to Dwi-P green roof south side
  72. 72. Entry lobby
  73. 73. Ballfield Level - Plan
  74. 74. Ballfield level lobby Ballfield Level
  75. 75. Fitness area Corridor looking north
  76. 76. Pool (WaTER)
  77. 77. Gym
  78. 78. The Glass Wall
  79. 79. PRECEDENT STUDY PROCESS : DUCHAMP : FRAMED GLASS
  80. 80. PHYSICS WRITTEN ON GLASS
  81. 81. MUSIC & GLASS ARCHITECT / COMPOSER COLLABORATION
  82. 82. Sample at site early WaTER score
  83. 83. MUSICAL SCORE WaTER
  84. 84. The Glass Wall
  85. 85. Glass wall
  86. 86. North Courtyard Central Courtyard
  87. 87. South Courtyard
  88. 88. ARCHITECTS DESIGN MUSIC
  89. 89. TABLE WATERFALL
  90. 90. Green Diagram
  91. 91. = ABSOLUTE ZERO GEOMETRY + NO SPACE IN THE LANDSCAPE Won Dharma Center : Absolute Zero
  92. 92. A POROUS COURTYARD INNER MEMBRANE WON DHARMA CENTER
  93. 93. Robert Smithson : Spiral Jetty Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates : Tidal Pool SPIRAL = OPEN (POROUS) FORM
  94. 94. David von Schlegell - Storm King Art Center Meditation Space marked by a floating Rectangular Roof
  95. 95. Dynamic Open Spirals / vs / Stasis beneath a Rectangular Roof
  96. 96. THE SITE : The starting point “Ground Zero” Meditation Administration
  97. 97. Plans – Through the landscape
  98. 98. Meditation : Roof Plane // a space for introspection
  99. 99. A spiral path defines a journey from mundane (cafeteria) to spiritual practice
  100. 100. Spirit World A “chord” that connects World to Spirit
  101. 101. Cafeteria
  102. 102. Meditation Live
  103. 103. Open Spirals : movement diagrams
  104. 104. Fractal Roofs Spiral Plans + = Dynamic (Mundane) Space
  105. 105. 2 visiting residences connect A dynamic connection through site // paths
  106. 106. DIAGRAM : Wood Screens Trees + Screened Buildings = Infinite Bleed of Edge
  107. 107. Meditation Hall + Wood Screens // Buildings = Site
  108. 108. Residence Halls + Screened Porches // Buildings = Site
  109. 109. Porches blend wood buildings to Site
  110. 110. Custom Wood Furniture - Site comes Inside // Zero Carbon Footprint Diagram
  111. 111. NY Art friends : Bruce Pearson (painter) hMa Artist/ Architect Collaboration Bruce Pearson Sculpture : Text On (In) Landscape
  112. 112. Pearson / hMa Sculpture collaboration : “Contains Real Hard Won Insight” ‘On / In’ Landscape : Text + Urban Field = disruption in the cellular dialogue
  113. 113. Sculpture as Urban Intervention: Pedestrian Circulation // Urban Gallery for Artistic Communication
  114. 114. Future: A Porous Edge: Buildings become Landscape
  115. 115. Future: A Porous edge : Materiality Reality
  116. 116. ‘Designing with Light’ 2006 hMa RESEARCH ‘Shape of Sound’ 2013 Dwi-P LightScore Architecture + Natural Phenomena

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