pugh and scarpa(santa monica)

Download Pugh and Scarpa(Santa Monica)

Post on 25-Jan-2017

124 views

Category:

Education

0 download

Embed Size (px)

TRANSCRIPT

  • M A K E I T R I G H T NEW ORLEANS PROTOTYPE

    p u g h + s c a r p a r c h i t e c t s

  • M A K E I T R I G H T EW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    1.BERGAMOTOO STATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    SSTITCHING COMMON MATAA ERIALS INTO NEW FORM

    CONCEPT

    Pugh + Scarpa's Make it Right (MIR) home seeks to redefinethhe concept of a home into a flexible, multifunctional andaddaptable space addressing the needs of today's modernfaamily, on a limited budget. Offering shelter and comfort, theMMIR home breaks the prescriptive mold of the traditional homebyy creating public and private "zones" in which private spaceiss deemphasized, in favor of large public living areas. Theorrganization of the space is intended to transform the waypeeople live-away from a reclusive, isolating layout towards afaamily-oriented, interactive space.

    The inspiration for the home came from American patchworkquuilting traditions, exemplified by the Gee's Bend abstractgeeometric style-which is itself influenced by newspaper- andmmagazine-collages used for insulation on the inside walls ofhoomes in the early rural American South. Recycled woodenpaallets are repositioned here as a patchworked shade screenwwrapping the building, an innovative alternative to expensivefaaade materials that lends its own unique character andteexture. The visually expressive pallets impart an imperfect,roough-hewn individuality that we find particularly appealing.WWe are working with local manufacturers to ensure theviiability of this cost-effective and sustainable off-the-shelfprroduct, easily obtainable and readily replaceable. The palletwwrapping is joined by decoratively perforated cement board onthhe east and west faades, providing both shade and privacywwhile allowing views out and dappled, indirect daylight andbrreezes to enter. All the exterior elements will combine andinnterweave, emerging as a distinctive pattern-makingaeesthetic.

  • PALLET OPTION 3CEMENT BOARD PALLET

    M A K E I T R I G H T NEW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    5.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    PALLET OPTION 1TYPICAL WOOD PALLET

    PALLET OPTION 2

    GYPSUM BOARD

    TREX WOOD PALLET

    X4 STUD WALL WITHINSULATION

    TYVEK

    CEMENT BOARD

    SLEEPERS ATTACH TOPALLET WALL

    OSB SHEATHING

    SLATS RE-USED FROMPALLETS

    WOOD PALLET WALL

    EXPLODED AXON OF WALL SYSTEMWALL ASSEMBLY

    INTERIOR

    EEXXTTEERRIIOORR

    LIGHT AND AIR

    OPTIONS FOR PALLET CONSTRUCTIONN

    MAJORI

    TY OF HE

    AT GAINNN

  • M A K E I T R I G H T EW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    8.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    PERSPECTIVESOUTHEAST CORNER

  • M A K E I T R I G H T EW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    9.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    PERSPECTIVENORTHEAST CORNER

  • M A K E I T R I G H T EW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    7.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    PERSPECTIVESOUTHWEST CORNER

  • M A K E I T R I G H T EW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    6.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    PERSPECTIVENORTHWEST CORNER

  • M A K E I T R I G H T EW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    10.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    PERSPECTIVEINTERIOR LIVING SPACE

  • FLOOR PLAN_LEVEL 1SCALE 1/8" = 1'-0"

    M A K E I T R I G H T NEW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    N

    12.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    0 2 4 8

  • FLOOR PLAN_LEVEL 1SCALE 1/8" = 1'-0"

    M A K E I T R I G H T NEW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    N

    13.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    0 2 4 8

  • M A K E I T R I G H T EW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    N

    19.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    0 2 4 8

    ROOF PLANSCALE 1/8" = 1'-0"

  • SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS DIAGRAM CALE 1/8" = 1'-0"

    BIOSWALE GARDEN CISTERN

    RAINWATER COLLECTION

    UNI-SOLAR PANEL ROOFDIRECT DRIVE EXHAUST FAN

    0 2 4 8

    M A K E I T R I G H T NEW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    4.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

  • M A K E I T R I G H T NEW ORLEANS PROTOTYPE

    3.BERGAMOT STATIONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGAN AVE.

    SANTA MONICA, CA 90404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    0 2 4 8

    SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS DIAGRAM SCALE 1/4" = 1'-0"

    THERMALLY BROKEN OPERABLE AWNINGWINDOWS AROUND CENTRAL OPEN COURT,LOW E COATING, TYP. WITH BUG SCREENS

    REVERSIBLE CEILING FANS INPUBLIC AND PRIVATE SPACES

    MINIMUM R-30 INSULATION

    OUTLET TO BIOSWALE

    RAINWATER CISTERN (INFOREGROUND) UNDER PORCH

    STANDING SEAM GALV.SHEET METAL COOL ROOF

    TUBE STEEL COLUMNS

    NATIVE VEGETATION SWALE SYSTEM

    OPENING IN ROOF FOR ADDITION CROSS VENTILATION AND ROOF ACCESS

    RECYCLED WOOD PALLETS OVER WATER PROOFING, SHEATHING, AND BLOWN-IN INSULATION IN STUD WALL

    LADDER IN FOREGROUND AND AREA OF REFUGE BEYOND

  • M A K E I T R I G H T EW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    8.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    PERSPECTIVESOUTHEAST CORNER

  • M A K E I T R I G H T NEW ORLEANS PROTOTYPE

    p u g h + s c a r p a r c h i t e c t s

  • MA

    KE

    IT R

    IGH

    TEW

    OORLEANSSPROOTOOTYPE

    19.BERGAM

    OTSTTTATTTAAIONBUILDING

    F12525

    MICHIGANANNVAAE.

    SANTATTM

    ONICA,CA9AA0404t:301.828.0226f:301.453.9606

    WALL SECTION

    SCALE1"=

    1'-0"

  • M A K E I T R I G H T EW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    2.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    Pugh + Scarpa's approach to Cradle to Cradle suustainability begins with passivesolar design strategies such as locating and orrienting the building to controlsolar cooling and heat loads; shaping and orientiing the building for exposure toprevailing winds; shaping the building to induce bbuoyancy for natural ventilation;and shaping and planning the interior to enhancce daylight and natural air flowdistribution. The building responds to the specificc conditions of the New Orleansclimate in several ways:

    On the south side, a generous exterior porch with deep overhangs and a shadescreen provides passive solar protection for the building's interior.

    Similarly, openings on the east and west sides are protected with deeperoverhangs, vertical screens, and porches.

    The north side is allowed to be flat and exposed, which affords naturaldaylighting with a minimum of solar heat gain.

    The roof is sloped to induce airflow.

    The non-structural exterior skin-made from recycled wood pallets and cementboard-offers shading and a thermal break to the building structure, providingrelief from direct solar heat gain.

    High ceilings and abundant cross ventilation allow heat to escape the building'sinterior. Cooling airflow inside the home is enhanced by ceiling fans, a directdrive exhaust fan, and operable windows, which create abundant crossventilation.

    All materials selected are commercially available, cost-effective, and eco-friendly.

    All appliances are "Energy Star" rated.

    The interior organization separates living and sleeping areas into two zones,permitting them to be independently conditioned. This compartmentalizedstrategy means that more efficient systems can be used, increasingsustainability and cost savings to the homeowner. The home's high ceilingspromote an airy, spacious ambiance, and will be less reliant on artificial lighting.

    SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMSSUPPLY

    SOLAAR PANELS

    DEMMAND

    HOT WATER STORAGGE

    SOLAR HOT WATER TUBES

    POWER GRID

  • M A K E I T R I G H T EW OORLEANSS PROOTOOTYPE

    11.BERGAMOTSTT TATT TAA IONBUILDING F12525 MICHIGANANNVAA E.

    SANTATT MONICA, CA9AA 0404t: 301.828.0226f: 301.453.9606

    ROOF PERSPECTIVESOUTHWEST CORNER

    OOF PERSPECTIVESOUTHEAST CORNER