*캔자스 지속가능 프로토타입 건축물[ Studio 804 ] The Sustainable Prototype

미국 그린빌딩에서 인증하는 LEED 플래티넘을 받기 위해
캔자스 대학에서 진행한 실험,프로토 타입입니다.
친환경 건축물에 대한 홍보를 하는 역활을 수행하고 있지만
장차 이곳은 마을의 아트갤러리, 회의장, 갤러리, 강연회 등
주요 마을의 공공행사를 담당하는 중요 공용공간으로 활용 될 예정이네요.
 계절 및 태양에 반응하는 인텔리 패시브 디자인은
자연스럽게 내부의 온도와 공기순환을 적정상태로 유지시키도록 설계되었네요.
지속가능한 건축, 친환경 건축은 우리가 지금부터라도 실행에
옮겨야 하는 일이고, 그것을 깨달아야 할때 입니다.
눈가리고 아웅하는 것이 아닌고 실사용자,거주자가 만족 할 수 있는
공간을 만들어 주어야 하는 것이 설계자로써 도리가 아닐까 하네요.
Studio 804’s Sustainable Prototype is a collaboration between the well established graduate student comprehensive studio at the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Urban Planning and the 5.4.7 Arts Center in Greensburg, Kansas. The construction and delivery of The Sustainable Prototype was provided to the 5.4.7 Arts Center on the one year anniversary of the tornado that devastated Greensburg, Kansas. Although the building was developed for the long term use by the Arts Center, its immediate use as the first completed public facility serving as a beacon for the community and its ambitious rebuilding efforts was a motivating factor in its design.

Architects: Studio 804
Location: Greensburg, Kansas, USA
Project Team: Zack Arndt, Sarah Boedeker, Krissy Buck, Jessica Buechler, Mark Cahill, Chris Clark, Justin Cratty, Corey Davis, Lindsey Evans, John Gillham, Erik Heironimus, Abby Henson, Boyd Johnson, Jenny Kenne Kivett, Will Lockwood, Simon Mance, Tim Overstreet, Katie Rietz, Corey Russo, Josh Somes, John Tarr, Megan Thompson
Contractor: Studio 804
Engineer: Norton & Schmidt
Client: 5.4.7 Arts Center
Project Area: 1,600 sqf
Project Year: 2008
Photographs: Courtesy of Studio 804

Following the tornado, the Greensburg City Council passed a resolution requiring all publicly funded City buildings to be rebuilt to the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Platinum level of certification. Although the Arts Center is not built with public funds (Studio 804 raised the bulk of the funds for the project) Studio 804 feels strongly about supporting this decision by striving for the highest possible LEED certification level and providing an example of the sustainable practices that can make this resolution a reality. On June 16th, the Sustainable Prototype became the first LEED Platinum building in the state of Kansas, as well as the first designed and built by students.

Community
Being the first permanent community building rebuilt in the town, it was important that it serve many functions. The sustainable prototype is an example to the people of the community of how building green can be accomplished in their own homes. However, the art gallery also acts as a space for meetings, parties, picnics, art classes and lectures; it is transformed into the town theatre on the weekends with movies on the lawn and, situated across from the town’s main tourist attraction, it has developed the downtown to become a tourist destination point.

Sustainability
There is a history of implementing innovative sustainable methods in each Studio 804 project. Sustainability is the driving force of Studio 804 in creating projects that serve the community through modern architectural design. This year’s Sustainable Prototype includes the following sustainable features:

Passive Systems
Through intelligent passive design, Studio 804 is utilizing and harnessing the natural fluctuations in temperature and air movement in a building caused by the predictable changes in the movements of the sun through the cycle of the seasons. Four contiguous sites were acquired to enable a broad south exposure.

Active Energy Systems
The combined active systems create an energy efficient building, using less non renewable energy than traditional building. Expectations of the system based on building loads is that it will be able to provide for 80 to 120% of building loads, depending on the season and wind speed.


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