2011-10-20 U Maine Augusta Architecture

2011-10-20 U Maine Augusta Architecture

This lecture was the first in the fall 2011 lecture series at the school of Architecture at the University of Maine at Augusta. The lecture series is called "new firms: new ideas" and is focused on what it means to start a new practice in today's economy and design environment.

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Jones Architecture

October 20, 2011
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  2. new ideas: new fi rms university of maine at augusta

    department of architecture fall 2011 lecture series October 20, 2011 Jones Architecture 10 Derby Square Salem, MA 01970 O: 978.744.5200 W: www.jonesarch.com B: www.jonesarch.squarespace.com
  3. Support our clients in the broadest sense as they seek

    to shape their environment.
  4. Context 1988/93 B.Arch, University of Kentucky 1993/94 Practice: Switzerland, Virginia

    1994/96 M.Arch, Harvard GSD 1996/97 William Rawn Associates 1997 Independent Consulting, USVI 1998/99 Kao Design Group 2000/11 Perry Dean Rogers | Partners Architects
  5. What is the impetus for starting a new fi rm

    given the economic climate? What are the goals and aspirations of Jones Architecture?
  6. Impetus Divergence: Mission Support our clients in the broadest sense

    as they seek to shape their environment.
  7. Impetus Divergence: Mission

  8. Impetus Divergence: Approach

  9. Impetus Divergence: Approach

  10. Impetus Divergence: Project Type

  11. Impetus Divergence: Project Type

  12. Impetus Divergence: Sustainability

  13. Impetus Divergence: Overhead

  14. Impetus Divergence: Lifestyle

  15. Impetus Divergence Mission Approach Project Type Sustainability Overhead Lifestyle

  16. What separates Jones Architecture from others?

  17. Horne Visual Media w/ Timm Fair, Graphic Designer Getting Separation

    Brand
  18. Horne Visual Media w/ Timm Fair, Graphic Designer Getting Separation

    Brand
  19. Horne Visual Media w/ Timm Fair, Graphic Designer Getting Separation

    Know Your Market
  20. Horne Visual Media w/ Timm Fair, Graphic Designer Getting Separation

    Know Your Market
  21. Horne Visual Media w/ Timm Fair, Graphic Designer Getting Separation

    Know Your Market Today Aspirational, 5 years Aspirational, 10 years Aspirational, 25 years
  22. Getting Separation Know Yourself ... responsive to context, defi ned

    in both generic and specifi c terms ... ... ethical obligation to create solutions that leave the lightest possible imprint on the environment... ... design is arrived at through consensus building ...
  23. Getting Separation Transparency

  24. Getting Separation Transparency

  25. Getting Separation Sustainability

  26. Getting Separation Stewardship 2004 2007 2009 2010 2011 2011 Norwich

    University 2004 University of Arkansas 2008 2010
  27. How does one judge success in the ever- changing 21st

    century design environment?
  28. Success Traditional Metrics Awards. Publication. Design Reputation. Firm Size. Profi

    tability.
  29. Success My Metrics Truth to mission. Stewardship of place. Repeat

    clients. Measured growth. Profi tability. Design Excellence will be a natural outcome of these metrics.
  30. Well Rick, that’s all great, but how does this manifest

    itself in your Architecture? Case Study: Norwich University, Academic Building
  31. Campus

  32. Design Criteria Goals and Mission / Inside-Out • Improved Instructional

    Space • Case Study Rooms • Physical Manifestation of Collaboration • Complement 25-30p classrooms w/ 60-90p case study and lecture halls as well as 15p seminar rooms • Flexibility in the learning environment; short and long- term • Refurbish Dole Auditorium to be current with standard performance venues. • Support Students and Faculty • Formal and informal meeting spaces for students and faculty • Dedicated space for students to transition from military to academic life Design Criteria Goals and Mission / Outside-In • Increased Visibility • Departmental Identity • Connecting to VT Industry • Outreach to Community • Stitch the campus together • Revitalized Webb joins multiple campus elevations, from multiple directions • Reinforce existing campus circulation networks
  33. Program Overview Classrooms

  34. Program Overview Lab/Other

  35. Program Overview Offi ces

  36. Program Adjacency

  37. Lecture Hall Case Study Room Computer Lab Capacity: 100+ SF/person:

    18-20 Capacity: 40-100 SF/person: 25-30 Capacity: 24-32 SF/person: 22-25 Flexible Classroom Capacity: 24-32 SF/person: 22-25 F.W. Olin College of Engineering Harvard Business School University of Arkansas College of Wooster SCALE UP Capacity: 60-100 SF/person: 25-30 M.I.T. TEAL Lab Lecture Hall Capacity: 100+ SF/person: 22-25 Georgia Institute of Technology Learning Space Types
  38. Learning Space Types ‘Bullpen’ Group Study Capacity: Varies SF/person: 40-80

    Capacity: 4-6 SF/person: 30-35 Study Carrel Capacity: 1-2 SF/person: 40-60 Seminar Room Capacity: 12-24 SF/person: 27-33 Information Commons Open Study Capacity:1-4 per workstation SF/person: 40-80 Capacity: Varies SF/person: Varies University of Arkansas University of Arkansas Daemen College Clark University Clark University Daemen College
  39. Challenges Circulation/Access Points/Elevations 853 G: 828’-8” 1: 838’-6”/840’-0” 2: 851’-4”

    3: 862’-8” B: 810’-0” G: 825’-0” 1: 840’-0” 2: 854’-0” 3: 868’-0” 808 840 828
  40. Challenges Circulation/Access Points/Elevations 840 854 868 825 810 840’-0” 828’-8”

    851’-4” 862’-8”
  41. Schemes

  42. CASE STUDY B&M LABS COMP. LAB CLASSRMS FTE LECTURE HALL

    CASE STUDY CASE STUDY COMP. LAB FTE WEBB FTE CLASSRMS CASE STUDY Program Concept Like Grouped with Like / All Programs Face Internal Core
  43. UPPER STAIR PAIRED WITH ENTRY FROM WEBB (840’-0”) LOWER STAIR

    PAIRED WITH ENTRY FROM NORTH (808’-0”) ENTRY ENTRY Circulation Concept Sculptural Internal Core / Circulation Paired with Program
  44. MTG / STUDY ROOMS MTG / STUDY ROOMS NORTH LIGHT

    Internal Space Concept Light From Above / Social Spaces Clustered
  45. Scheme 1 > Scheme 2

  46. 810 826 842 858 872 886 828’-8 840 851-4 862-8

    874 FTE LANG CLASS CLASS FTE FTE CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS 100p lounge CLASS CLASS CLASS PLAZA Scheme 2 - SECTION Webb / Plaza / Addition
  47. 810 826 842 858 872 886 828’-8 840 851-4 862-8

    874 MECH’L FTE FTE DOLE SERVER CYBER Comp Lab CLASS CLASS Comp Lab MECH’L entry sto 836 Scheme 2 - SECTION Dole Auditorium
  48. Scheme 2 - SOLAR ANALYSIS At Least 50% of Courtyard

    in Sun At Least 90% of South Facade in Sun JAN 21 8 AM 10 AM 12 PM 2 PM 4 PM 6 PM FEB 21 MAR 21 APR 21 SEPT 21 OCT 21 NOV 21 DEC 21
  49. Scheme 2 - SOLAR ANALYSIS At Least 90% of Facade

    in Sun 10 AM 12 PM 2 PM JAN 21 FEB 21 OCT 21 NOV 21 DEC 21
  50. Scheme 1 vs. Scheme 2 Circulation Typology Atrium (Addition) &

    double-loaded corridor (Webb) Double-loaded corridor (Addition & Webb) 1 2
  51. Scheme 1 vs. Scheme 2 Programmatic Effi ciency Generous circulation

    = less space for program Effi cient circulation = more space for program 1 2 51% 58%
  52. Scheme 1 vs. Scheme 2 Social Spaces Clustered around atrium

    Dispersed along corridor 1 2 All levels First Level only All levels First Level only
  53. Scheme 1 vs. Scheme 2 Connection between Webb & Addition

    • Connection at every level • Shorter distance • Connection at entry level only • Longer distance 1 2
  54. Scheme 1 vs. Scheme 2 Outdoor Space None integral to

    building Exterior courtyard at entry level 1 2
  55. Scheme 1 vs. Scheme 2 Daylight, Views & Natural Ventilation

    Minimized perimeter = daylight, views and natural ventilation do not reach all interior spaces Maximized perimeter = daylight, views and natural ventilation reach all interior spaces 1 2
  56. Scheme 1 vs. Scheme 2 Mechanical Ventilation • Dole Auditorium,

    Case Study Rooms, Computer Labs, and other internalized elements • Mechanically venilated spaces are spread throughout plan • Dole Auditorium, Case Study Rooms, Computer Labs • Mechanically ventilated spaces are consolidated in plan 1 2
  57. Scheme 1 vs. Scheme 2 Fireproofi ng • Fireproofi ng

    and smoke exhaust required in all spaces contiguous with atrium • Fireproofi ng required in Webb • Extents of fi reproofi ng in Addition to be determined • Fireproofi ng not required in Webb Fireproofi ng Smoke Exhaust
  58. Scheme 1 vs. Scheme 2 Phasing Maximized connection = Webb

    should not be used during construction 1 Minimized connection = Webb may be used during construction 2
  59. Full Composition Dewey and Ainsworth Halls Michelle Crowley Landscape Architecture

  60. Before and After Dewey Hall

  61. Before and After Dewey Hall Third Floor First Floor

  62. North Elevation Before and After Dewey Hall

  63. North Elevation Study Before and After Dewey Hall

  64. North Elevation Study Before and After Dewey Hall A A

    B C A A B
  65. A A A A A South Elevation Study Before and

    After Dewey Hall
  66. Before Dewey Hall

  67. After Dewey Hall

  68. Before Dewey Hall

  69. After Dewey Hall

  70. Full Composition Stewardship

  71. Success My Metrics Truth to mission. Stewardship of place. Repeat

    clients. Measured growth. Profi tability. Design Excellence will be a natural outcome of these metrics.
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