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sherry xuan yang c-bip 2012 d. benjamin

Statement of Intent

My element attempts to specifically address the social impact of elements and whether there is a logical and flexible system of applying building augmentations to create a dialogue between the envelope and whats within it. In the context of a growing library of elements, each with both overlapping and unique benefits, the monopoly of a singular repeated element over an entire envelope may not be the optimal solution for all the different conditions throughout a building. To deal with this potential issue, Ive created a simple tool to map internal (and perhaps more difficult to measure) functions of a building on to the envelope where they are read as adjacencies and relationships rather than singular units. These new sets of values can then be dealt with a singular element that changes accordingly or different elements for each range of relationship.
Element Design Themes A. Blocking/Harnessing the Orientation

element sketches:

some units

too much glare, not at home, too hot

other units
ing, stay at home south facade elevation

For those who like to be exposed to the sun, their energy consumption is linked with an opposing facade to compensate for the energy wasted

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Precedents

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Building Context

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Building Context

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Building Context

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Building Context

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Input 1: Window Grid

Window Width + Number of Rows Window Height + Number of Columns

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Input 1: Window Grid

Window Width + Number of Rows Window Height + Number of Columns

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Input 1: Window Grid

Window Width + Number of Rows Window Height + Number of Columns

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Input 1: Window Grid

Window Width + Number of Rows Window Height + Number of Columns

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Input 1: Window Grid

Window Width + Number of Rows Window Height + Number of Columns

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Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

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Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

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Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

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FRAME UDF
UDF NAME SY2359_UDF_FRAME UDF DESCRIPTION Forms a structural armature to host other elements developed by students. Can be manipulated to create occupyable structure that spans between two windows hence creating a potential social space. GEOMETRY INPUTS # 1 2 3 4 5 NAME BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface TYPE Point Point Point Point Plane NOTES In reference to the space between windows. In reference to the space between windows. In reference to the space between windows. In reference to the space between windows.

GEOMETRY INPUTS ADDITIONAL COMMENTS All InputPoints must be on the same plane and form a 4-sided rectangle clockwise, min 8ft tall. PUBLISHED PARAMETERS # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 PUBLISHED PARAMETERS ADDITIONAL COMMENTS NAME UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth TYPE Length Length String Length Depth ROLE Input Input Input Input Input NOTES Sets vertical expansion of UDF according to distance between windows (to make continuous) Sets horizontal expansion of UDF according to distance between windows (to make continuous) Open or Close according to programmatic needs Radius of outer structural rib To set the depth of the UDF

All published parameters must be changed as an operation of the knowledge pattern which can be set according to color combinations
GEOMETRY OUPUTS # 1 NAME MAIN OUTPUT TYPE Surface NOTES Visualization surface

GEOMETRY OUTPUTS ADDITIONAL COMMENTS

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FRAME UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure 6

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

As per building As per building Open 1 cm 15 cm

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FRAME UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure 6

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

As per building As per building Open 1 cm 15 cm

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FRAME UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure 6

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

+++ As per building Open 1 cm 15 cm

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FRAME UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure 6

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

+++ As per building Open 1 cm 150 cm

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FRAME UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure 6

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

+++ As per building Open 1 cm 50 cm

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FRAME UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure 6

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

+++ As per building Closed 1 cm 50 cm

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FRAME UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure 6

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

+++ As per building Closed 3 cm 50 cm

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FRAME UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure 6

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

+++ +++ Closed 1 cm 100 cm

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VOID UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure Surfaces (potentially glass) 6 Mirrored 6 zones

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

+++ +++ Closed 1 cm 100 cm

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VOID UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure Surfaces (potentially glass) 6 Mirrored 6 zones

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

+++ +++ Closed 1 cm 200 cm

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VOID UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure Surfaces (potentially glass) 6 Mirrored 6 zones

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

+++ +++ Open 1 cm 25 cm

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BALCONEY UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure Surfaces (potentially glass) 6 Mirrored 6 zones

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

+++ +++ Open 1 cm 25 cm

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BALCONEY UDF
PARAMETER OUTPUTS Connection Points Main Structure Surfaces (potentially glass) 6 Mirrored 6 zones

GEOMETRY INPUTS
BeamAttachBottomR BeamAttachBottomL BeamAttachTopR BeamATtachRopL BuildingSurface

PARAMETER INPUTS
UDFHeight UDFWidth Opening RadiusofStructure UDFDepth

+++ +++ Open 1 cm 25 cm

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Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

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Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

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Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

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Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

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Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

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Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

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Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

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Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2012 - 03 - 09

Sherry Xuan Yang Outside Insider

Scenario 1: Unit Type Recognition

Type 1: Typical Residential (evening peak) Type 2: Typical Commercial (prolonged day) Type 3: Atypical Residential (prolonged day) Type 4: Atypical Event (random peaks)

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Scenario 2: Energy Use Recognition

Type 1: High Water Heating and Space Heat Type 2: High Space Heating and HVAC Type 3: High Electrical Energy Type 4: High HVAC and Electrical

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Scenario 2: Energy Use Recognition

Type 1: High Water Heating and Space Heat Type 2: High Space Heating and HVAC Type 3: High Electrical Energy Type 4: High HVAC and Electrical

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Scenario 2: Energy Use Recognition

Type 1: High Water Heating and Space Heat Type 2: High Space Heating and HVAC Type 3: High Electrical Energy Type 4: High HVAC and Electrical

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Scenario 2: Energy Use Recognition

Type 1: High Water Heating and Space Heat Type 2: High Space Heating and HVAC Type 3: High Electrical Energy Type 4: High HVAC and Electrical

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Scenario 2: Energy Use Recognition

Type 1: High Water Heating and Space Heat Type 2: High Space Heating and HVAC Type 3: High Electrical Energy Type 4: High HVAC and Electrical

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more than 50% - amount of money compared to typical technology than budget

10-25% more than budget

At the same price as typical budget

Health and Wellbeing

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Goals, measurable or not: Original Scorecard


METRICS POV

- direct positiv impact or not? e

0
No measurable bene t

Feasibility Categories Financial Feasibility Financial Feasibility


Health Environment Input Reduction Environment Negative Output Reduction

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adapt to other future stems. sy Financial savings Contextual responsiveness - payback y ears able to retain or enhance existing bene ts of site

Score Range: compatible with must change highly compatible entire design for existing building and and can be easily another project can be reused reused 0 3 e Not able to regain More than 20 y ars does not cos to utilizes existing nancial add t for payback original site context resources bene ts 0 3 0 3 5 less than 1 y ar e maximizes on for payback existing resource s 5 5

minimal bene ts that signi cant bene t can be attained from other techs

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Financial savings Financial cost

Health and Wellbeing Health and Wellbeing

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what the scorecard is able to capture:

means that if it is negati the project should be stopped ve,

Subjectiv e Multipliers

form atmosphere e ectiveness of design program enhancements

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what the scorecard is able to capture:

means that if it is negati the project should be stopped ve,

what the scorecard is unable to capture:

- is it able to create social awareness of the elements capabilities? - how effectively can it function as an aggregation? - will it motivate others to change beyond the element?

my project scope lies here other elements from what the scorecard is unable to capture:
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- is it able to create social awareness of the elements capabilities? - students otherhow effectively can it function as an aggregation? - will it motivate others to change beyond the element?
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