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  • 1. MULTI-PURPOSE GALLERY / PERFORMA-CE SPACE

    2. SEPERATE SCHOOL ACCESS

    3. WOOD WORKSHOP FOR SCHOOL AND DE-SIGN WORKSHOPS

    4. FURNITURE STORE FOR FUNCTION SPACES

    5. PRE-FUNCTION KITCHEN

    1. DOUBLE STORY AUDITORIUM (304 SEATS) TO BE SHARED BETWEEN FUNCTIONS

    2. BACK STAGE

    3. DESIGN STUDIO, TEACHER’S OFFICE & STORE ROOM

    4. LOCKERS

    5. “LEARNING SPIRAL” - GENTLY SLOPED RAMP BETWEEN FLOOR LEVEL CREATES ONE CON-TINUOUS, ADAPTABLE SPACE FOR CLASSES AND STUDY.

    1. OFFICE

    2. DESIGN STUDIO / MULTI-PURPOSE TEACHING SPACE

    2. BACK STAGE

    3. COMPUTER LAB & PRINT STATION

    4. LOCKERS

    5. “LEARNING SPIRAL” - GENTLY SLOPED RAMP BETWEEN FLOOR LEVEL CREATES ONE CON-TINUOUS, ADAPTABLE SPACE FOR CLASSES AND STUDY.

    1. DOCENT LOUNGE

    2. TALL BUILDING LIBRARY LOUNGE AND RESOURCE CENTER PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

    3. MEMBER ONLY COL-LECTIONS

    4. COURTYARD

    5. MULTI-PURPOSE TEACHING / MEETING SPACE

    1. MULTI-FUNCTION GYMNASIUM PRIMAR-ILY USED BY HIGH SCHOOL BUT POSSIBLE RENTAL SPACE TO OTHER FUNCTIONS

    2. GYM ROOM

    3. EQUIPMENT STORE

    4. SECURE SCHOOL ACCESS

    5. LOCKERS ROOMS

    6. COACH’S OFFICE

    7. SEPERATE PUBLIC SHOWERS

    1. MULTI-FUNCTION GALLERY / STUDENT SOCIAL HUB. ROTATING WALL PANELS OPEN FOR GALLERY FUNCTION OR CLOSED FOR PRIVATE FUNCTION

    2. SCHOOL RECPECTION & SECURITY OFFICE

    3. SCHOOL FOYER

    4. LOADING DOCK

    5. RETAIL

    6. CAFE / DINING CENTER & STUDENT KITCHEN

    7. CAF & CTBUH HEAD-QUARTERS FOYER

    8. BOX OFFICE

    9. TOUR STAGING

    1. DOUBLE STOREY AUDITORIUM (304 SEATS) TO BE SHARED BETWEEN FUNCTIONS

    2. MULTI-PURPOSE LEARNING/ TEACHING SPACE

    3. STUDY LOUNGE

    4. LOCKERS

    5. “LEARNING SPIRAL” - GENTLY SLOPED RAMP BETWEEN FLOOR LEVEL CREATES ONE CON-TINUOUS, ADAPTABLE SPACE FOR CLASSES AND STUDY.

    1. DOCENT LOUNGE

    2. CAF LIBRARY & RE-SOURCE CENTER

    3. MULTI-PURPOSE TEACHING SPACE / MEETING ROOM

    4. ACTIVITY ROOM

    5. LOCKERS

    6. “LEARNING SPIRAL” - GENTLY SLOPED RAMP BETWEEN FLOOR LEVEL CREATES ONE CON-TINUOUS, ADAPTABLE SPACE FOR CLASSES AND STUDY.

    1. CTBUH HEADQUAR-TERS ADMINISTRATION

    2. CONFERENCE MEET-ING ROOM

    3. MULTI-PURPOSE LEARNING / MEETING ROOM

    4. LOUNGE

    1. CHICAGO MODEL

    1. MULTI-PURPOSE GALLERY / PERFOR-MACE SPACE OR PRE-FUNCTION SPACE

    2. STAFF ROOM

    3. SCHOOL CAFE

    4. LOCKERS

    5. “LEARNING SPIRAL” - GENTLY SLOPED RAMP BETWEEN FLOOR LEVEL CREATES ONE CON-TINUOUS, ADAPTABLE SPACE FOR CLASSES AND STUDY. SOUTH END OF THE SPACE IS FITTED WITH FLOOR AND CEILING TRACKS FOR MOVABLE WALL PANELS FOR MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY.

    1. DESIGN STUDIO / MULTI-PURPOSE TEACHING SPACE

    2. ARCHITECTURE WORKSHOP

    3. LOCKERS

    4. “LEARNING SPIRAL” - GENTLY SLOPED RAMP BETWEEN FLOOR LEVEL CREATES ONE CON-TINUOUS, ADAPTABLE SPACE FOR CLASSES AND STUDY. SOUTH END OF THE SPACE IS FITTED WITH FLOOR AND CEILING TRACKS FOR MOVABLE WALL PANELS FOR MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY.

    1. CAF ADMINISTRA-TION

    2. MEETING ROOM/ MULTI-PURPOSE TEACHING ROOM

    3. DESIGN AND ALLIED ARTS HIGH SCHOOL LEARNING REASOURCE CENTER

    1. CAF & CTBUH HEADQUARTERS ROOF ACCESS

    2. TERRACE AREA SHARED BY PUBLIC AND ALL FUNCTIONS. OPTIONAL PERFOR-MANCE / OUTDOOR EXHIBIT SPACE

    3. SEPARATE SECURE SCHOOL ACCESS

    4. MECHANICAL ROOM

    1. CAF & CTBUH SKY-SCRAPER EXHIBIT

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    This proposal is centred on 3 key concepts; sustainability, accessibility and flexibility. The proposed building is based around a split-level community plaza at the ground and lower ground levels. This plaza is a place of convergence and engagement for the community and a launch pad for tours of the city.

    Sustainability: The angled cut of the floor above minimises the footprint of the building and allows for an open ground plane. This angle is derived from the angle of the sun above the horizon at the autumn/spring equinox. This means that during winter when the sun is at a lower angle the plaza is filled with natural warmth and light while during summer when the sun is higher in the sky the plaza is naturally shaded keeping the space and the building cool. The high thermal mass of the ground floor also absorbs the winter sun and naturally keeps the building warm. The louvers on the upper levels keep direct sunlight off the glazing minimising heat gain.

    Accessibility: Pedestrian connection is maintained through the site by splitting the mass of the building into two sections, the public access CAF & CTBUH Headquarters and the separate functions of the Design and Allied Arts High School. While most functions are kept separate to allow security to the school some shared functions include the flexible gallery / performance spaces through the plaza levels and the 300 seat auditorium.

    Flexibility: While the flow of the spaces has been carefully considered the planning of the building has remained loose and adaptable allowing for the large variety of programs carried out. The main portion of the high school floor area is given over the the “Learning Spiral” which is a continuous space spiralling through the building which allows the endless configurations of teaching and learning methods.

    ANGLE CUT OF BUILDING MATCHES SUN ANGLE AT SPRING/AUTUMN EQUINOXWHICH MEANS THAT THE PLAZA BELOW IS SHADED IN SUMMER AND SUNNYIN WINTER AIDING PASSIVE HEATING AND COOLING TO THE BUILDING.LOUVERS SHADE THE GLAZING FROM DIRECT SUNLIGHT TO REDUCE HEAT GAIN.

    “THE LEARNING SPRIAL” IS A CONTINUOUS GENTLY SLOPED FLOOR SPACE THAT FLOWS THROUGHOUT THE DESIGN AND ALLIED ARTS HIGH SCHOOL TO ALLOW FOR MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY OF LEARNING SPACES. FLOOR AND CEILING TRACKS IN THE SOUTH PORTION OF THE BUILDING ALLOW FOR MOVABLE WALL PANELS TO BE CONFIGURED IN NUMERAOUS WAYS.

    SUN ANGLE AT AUTUMN/SPRING EQUINOX = 48 DEGRES