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Final Book for Summer 2012 Capstone Studio UIUC

Text of Argonne final book

  • ENERGY SCIENCE BUILDINGARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY9700 S. CASS AVENUE, ARGONNE, ILARCH 475: INTEGRATIVE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO

    PROFESSOR MICHAEL KYONG-IL KIM, PH.D., AIAUNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN

    FINAL DESIGN REVIEWJULY 11, 2012

    DESIGN TEAM:NICHOLAS MOORHOUSELOUIS PONGHOLDEN SCULLYJIENAN ZHANG

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    ENERGY SCIENCE BUILDINGARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY9700 S. CASS AVENUE, ARGONNE, ILARCH 475: INTEGRATIVE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO

    PROFESSOR MICHAEL KYONG-IL KIM, PH.D., AIAUNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN

    FINAL DESIGN REVIEWJULY 11, 2012

    DESIGN TEAM:NICHOLAS MOORHOUSELOUIS PONGHOLDEN SCULLYJIENAN ZHANG

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    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSPREFACE

    We would like to thank HDR for their role as a teaching offi ce in Dr. Michael Kims Summer 2012 studio at the University of Illinois- Champaign Urbana.

    On behalf of our design group and the class we would like to thank James Lierman, Claire Swenson, Marty Stir, and Greg Sloniger for their role as our consultant, advisor and critique for the duration of the project. We thank HDR for their role as a teaching offi ce and for their hospitality.

    We thank Argonne National Laboratory and HDR for granting our studio access to the proposed site documentation. The legitimacy of the project offers an excellent chance to learn procedure and practice of the design process in a professional setting.

    The following document serves as a report submitted as a requirement for the concept design review for the course Architecture 475: Architectural Capstone Design Studio.

    The purpose of this project was to study, examine, and develop a practical and professional approach to comprehensive building design. This approach was meant to produce effi cient project execution with the desired project goals, keeping in mind the limited means and constraints through synergistic design integration and successful team collaboration. Our goal was to achieve this under the realistic temporal, technical, legal, and budgetary limitations.

    For Summer 2012, we studied laboratory design through a project that the fi rm HDR was in the process of working on. The Energy Science Building (ESB) was a project for Argonne National Labs in Lemont, Illinois. This project was conceived though the careful guidance of HDR and Dr. Michael Kim.

    We thank our studio for their continued participation and critique during our design process. The discussion was enlightening each day as we developed our architectural palette for laboratory design.

    Finally, we thank Dr. Michael K. Kim for the guidance as a professor as well as a mentor throughout the project. Your wealth of knowledge in structural systems and holistic design practice is invaluable to our learning in this course as well as in our future development as professionals. Thank you for your continued care and consideration not only for us as developing designers, but as balanced, responsible, and considerate people as well.

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    Section 1: Project Goals and Design Objectives Argonne Mission and Vision Project Goals and Design Objectives

    Section 2: Contextual Analysis Climactic Context Site Context Socio-Cultural Context

    Section 3: Meronic Design Meronic Design Interpretation and Value Site Organization

    Section 4: Functional Analysis Functional Units and Their Relationships Space Organization

    Section 5: Architectural Site Plan Floor Plans Elevations Sections Enclosure System Exterior Renderings Model Photography Interior Renderings

    Section 6: Structural Structural Systems

    Section 7: Mechanical Mechanical Systems

    Section 8: Area Tabulation Departmental Summary

    Section 9: Appendix Appendix A Appendix B

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

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    SECTION 1: PROJECT GOALS AND DESIGN OBJECTIVES

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    ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY MISSION

    STATEMENTOur mission is to apply a unique mix of world-class science, engineering and user facilities to deliver innovative research and technologies. We create new knowledge that addresses the most important scientifi c and societal needs of our nation. Argonnes programmatic activities cover all aspects of the innovation ecology: basic research, technology development and prototype development and testing. We regularly work with industry through exclusive licensing, joint research and a variety of other mechanisms to transfer our inventions to the market place.

    ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY VISIONWe will lead the world in providing scientifi c and engineering solutions to the grand challenges of our time: sustainable energy, a healthy environment, and a secure nation.

    Mission Statement

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    A. Functional Utility

    A.1 Functional Effi ciency

    A.1.1 To be conducive in facilitating the discovery of solutions to the grand challenges of our time.

    A.1.1.1 To provide adaptable units that can still be unique and used for a specifi c purpose A.1.1.2. To integrate the work environment by meshing work spaces with gathering spaces A.1.1.3 To provide fl exible mobility in the labs

    A.1.2 To promote collaboration between departments

    A.1.2.1 To create a central node for all researchers of Argonne A.1.2.2 To provide convenient spaces for both formal and informal collaboration A.1.2.3 To set an example for future development of the Argonne campus A.1.2.4 To utilize our site to promote walking A.1.2.5 To utilize connections of the buildings to save energy

    A.2 Environmental Comfort

    A.2.1 To create a level of comfort that elevates researchers productivity and well being in the lab environment A.2.1.1 To provide natural light in areas that allow it A.2.1.2 To allow control over temperature and humidity based on the laboratory needed by the researchers A.2.1.3 To provide protection from the outdoor environment A.2.1.4 To provide constant air exchange for the occupants health A.2.1.5 To provide proper acoustics for communication and research A.2.1.6 To provide adequate space for maintenance of both laboratories and equipment

    Projects Goals

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    A.3 Safety and Protection

    A.3.1 To create safe environments for scientists and visitors

    A.3.1.1 Provide alarm systems to prevent unauthorized entry into secure spaces A.3.1.2 Provide protection system warning if hazardous materials are in safe zones A.3.1.3 Provide consistent means of decontamination A.3.1.4 Provide a structure that creates a safe environment for the occupants

    A.3.2 To create a safe environment for the community

    A.3.2.1 Provide warning systems and clear pathways for hazardous exhaust

    A.3.3 To ensure life safety and proper means of egress

    A.3.3.1 By providing a means of evacuation from the premises and easily accessible evacuation route maps A.3.3.2 Deny access to restricted areas in order to prevent unwanted personnel in hazardous areas A.3.3.3 Create safe and pedestrian free traffi c patterns for the removal of hazardous material

    A.4 Usability

    A.4.1 To maximize user friendly design

    A.4.1.1 Utilize multiple interior fi nish materials and colors to designate different areas A.4.1.2 Separate service from public use to minimize foot traffi c A.4.1.3 To create 24 hour access for authorized personnel and extended v isiting hours for optimal use of the building A.4.1.4 Design a structure that optimizes the amount of open fl oor space to effi ciently lay out lab spaces

    A.4.2 To provide clear means of way fi nding

    A.4.2.1 Provide open and clearly marked entrance ways, meeting areas, and hallways A.4.2.2 Create signs designating specifi c spaces only as necessary A.4.2.3 Minimize circulation routes to prevent users from getting lost (dead end corridors)

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    B. Aesthetic Value

    B.1 To present a cutting edge image of Argonne in the global scientifi c community, attracting talented scientists

    B.1.1 To project Argonnes leadership in the fi elds of national security, energy, and the environment through a state of the art building B.1.2 To provide an introduction to Argonnes campus B.1.3 To set a new visual standard for the campus while integrating the existing tectonics

    C. Meronic Value

    C.1 To bring the attention of the scientifi c community to the region

    C.2 Addressing the site in a macro, micro-macro, and micro as a system

    C.2.1 The macro, to work as a safe and sustaining system of connections, linking the campus

    C.2.1.1 To limit vehicular traffi c, making the campus more accessible to pedestrians

    C.2.2 The micro-macro, the quad, to promote social interaction

    C.2.2.1 To create opportunistic spaces where multiple disciplines meet

    C.2.3