Sustainable Multifamily Housing Models Session 1
Case study of complex mixed use residential projects. Developer/architect partnerships were created for these projects, which focused on sustainability.
This course showcases several new mixed-use residential developments undertaken by developers who have forged a multi-project collaborative relationship with their architectural firms. These developer/architect partnerships tackle large and complex sites and adopt sustainable approaches to their work while responding to neighborhood context and meeting specific market housing needs through site and building design innovations.
Working within the Market Octavia plan, this 182 rental project design with ground floor retail contains four and five-story buildings and encompasses most of a large city block. The sponsors had to provide several public amenities, including reconstructing an alley and a through-block pedestrian mews. The client selected three architectural firms for different parts of the site to provide architectural variety and different building typologies. The three firms collaborated to link all three projects over a shared underground garage and the shared inner courtyard open spaces.
This course is provided in cooperation with AIA San Francisco.
- Describe the unique aspects of the developer/architect collaboration in the project
- Explain some of the challenges the architects and developers faced in implementing this project, including pedestrian scale and water capture for reuse
- Discuss the sustainable approaches considered and selected for this project
- Describe unique challenges and solutions identified to address the context and the housing needs of the neighborhood
Professor of Architecture | Cal Poly State University, San Luis ObispoR. Thomas Jones, AIA is currently Professor of Architecture at Cal Poly State University, San Luis...
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