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Material Reuse | Fabrication

alt32 ARCHITECTURE | DESIGN
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Transcript of Material Reuse | Fabrication

Harlan
Independent

Fairview
Elementary Gym
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McCreary
Center Expansion
CULTURE
People
Collaboration
Project
Name
UNDER
CONSTRUCTION

Project
Name
Project
Name
Research + Innovation
Process
Fabrication
RELEVANT
DESIGN

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Huntertown
Elementary

Athenian Grill
Sustainability

Upgrade HVAC system to improve efficiency and thermal comfort.

Install LED fixtures for exterior and non-decorative interior lighting to reduce energy consumption.

Remove partition walls to maximize interior day-lighting opportunities.

Salvage and reuse all lumber and lath from demolition phase to construct new framing, casework and furniture.
Before
Before
Before
Demo | Salvage
Demo | Salvage
Demo | Salvage
Lath Salvage
Lath Salvage
Lath Storage Cubes
Front Counter
(Salvaged Lath + 2x6)
Front Counter
(Salvaged Lath + 2x6)
Finished Exterior
Finished Interior
Finished Interior - Market Room
Photo: Cary Tsamas
Photo: Terna Rushing
Photo: Terna Rushing
The alt32 crew
Mike Sparkman
Matthew Brooks
Bike to Work Day
Pam Clements
Michael Mead
Jason Milstead
In the field...
Darren Taylor
Katrina Littrell
Rebecca Cox
Inefficient
window units
Solar heat gain due
to lack of shading
No signage or
street presence
Uninviting entry
Damaged and
mismatched flooring
Low ceilings
Undersized
duct work
Second level
(future 'Market Room')
Unused shelving blocks
opportunity to borrow natural
light from adjacent stair.
Exploratory demolition
of ceiling begins.
Flooring is removed
Exploratory demolition of ceiling reveals
beautiful timber joists and an additional
8"-12" of unused height.
Existing wood lath uncovered during demolition of partition walls and ceilings.
Existing wood lath is salvaged for later use.
Existing wood lath transported to alt32's fabrication shop for cleaning.
Owner, Ilias Papps putting in some sweat equity during the demolition.
Reclaimed lath cubes
Solid pine cubes fabricated from salvaged 2x6s
Custom table fabricated from reclaimed barn wood.
Window unit removed.
Solid storefront panels replaced with insulated glazing.
New full lite doors are more welcoming, safer and better insulated and sealed.
Custom laser-cut aluminum signage.
Trellis provides shade and prevents heat gain during warmer months.
Salvaged lath
Countertop made with salvaged pine lumber
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