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SDN 621 Reality Matrix

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To start the process simply hit the blue triangle present button at top of the screen or play this movie

Global Scale:

Experience + Place

Look and Feel
(Sensory experience phenomenology)
Psychological Responses
This may not apply at this scale

Global Scale
Culture + Equity

Why – Intention Meaning
UN Definition of sustainability
Social equity for example
(use words and pictures)

Global Scale
Systems + Processes

How things work (Processes/Interactions)
Greenhouse gas interactions
Hydrology Cycles
Climatic Patterns (Jet Stream for example)
Other Systems
(use diagrams with arrows)

Insert Charts that document the facts
Location Map on globe, charts that demonstrate climate change
significant dates in history as related to the project at a global scale
(use charts with numbers facts and figures)

Global Scale:

The Facts

Global
Scale

Regional Scale

Experience

Look and Feel (Sensory experience, phenomenology)
This may not apply here - although I95 is a major route in and out of city - so there could be a city scale impact on experience - at least from the visual sense

Regional Scale
Culture

Why – Intention Meaning Ethics
Philadelphia Green Works Plan
City 2035 --

Regional Scale
Systems

How things work (Processes/Interactions)
City Interactions that affect the site or vice versa
Combined Storm Sewer for example
or Regional Transit/routes
or Biome interactions
Nitrogen Cycles, for example

Insert drawings and text that communicates key information only
Location Map in City, charts that demonstrate regional stats, population etc...
Signifigant dates for the region as it relates to the project

Bio+Regional Scale:

The Facts

Bio +
Regional
Scale

District Scale Perspectives:

Experience

Look and Feel (Sensory experience, phenomenology)
Perspectives showing your design within the larger community context

District Scale Perspectives:

Culture

Why – How does the design reflect the culture of the community?
What kinds of equity/diversity initiatives were established

District Scale
Systems

How things work (Processes/Interactions)
Community Interactions that affect the site or vice versa
Local ecology, the river, transportation corridor

corridors, patches, mosaic, matrix

Show site plan in context of the community
Discus any factual elements of the community such as its population, or other quantifiable facts such as the name, when founded, chronological listing of events -- as they relate to the design


District Scale
The Facts

District
Scale

Site Scale Perspectives:

Experience

Look and Feel (Sensory experience, phenomenology)

Perspectives to and from site at eye level
Try and express how one would feel in a space, especially what kinds of sensory experiences might occur - think beyond visual

Here is where you would show your integratation
Site Scale Perspectives:

Culture

Why – Intention Meaning Ethics
Existing community plans
Site plan indicating Gestures to the culture of the community
show social equity/diversity moves


Site Scale Perspectives:

Systems

How things work (Processes/Interactions)
Site plan indicating key systems such as storm water or circulation pathways or habitat

Insert drawings and text that communicates key information only
Site/Roof Plan
Site section
Storm water calculations
other facts
Hardscape versus softscape
Codes + Zoning (Setbacks)
Site Scale Perspectives:
The Facts

Site
Scale

Building/Client Perspectives:

Experience

Look and Feel (Sensory experience, phenomenology)

Perspectives inside and from the Building at eye level
Try and express how one would feel in a space, especially what kinds of sensory experiences might occur


Building/Client Scale Perspectives:

Culture

Why – Intention Meaning Ethics
Label floor plan to show gestures that help to enrich the culture of the client --


Building/Client Scale Perspectives:

Systems

How things work (Processes/Interactions)
Passive systems -- water, wind, light, soils, circulation - diagram the site plan and diagram on the sections

Floor Plans (with Clear room labels)
Sections
3-d Views
Elevations
Energy performance
Water Performance
Score Sheet for Rating Systems
Building/Client Scale Perspectives:
The Facts

Building
/Client
Scale


Global Scale Perspectives:

Experience

Look and Feel (Sensory experience, phenomenology)
show inspirations from case studies here

Guiding Principles + Program
Culture

Insert Short form Program with any key takeaways

Site Inventory + Analysis
Systems

The Analysis - insert major items here
Insert Quantitative Bench Marks from the Research Portion of the project

Benchmarks:
The Facts

Research, Inventory + Analysis Executive Summary
Room Scale Perspectives:

Experience

Look and Feel (Sensory experience, phenomenology)
Perspectives inside and from a selected room site at eye level
Try and express how one would feel in a space, especially what kinds of sensory experiences might occur: Spatial Feeling, Sight, Sound, Smell, Touch, Taste

Room Scale Perspectives:

Culture

Why – Intention Meaning Ethics



Room Scale Perspectives:

Systems

How things work (Processes/Interactions)
How was the daylighting achieved? Through what techniques and strategies?

Floor Plans of the room + any measurable elements such as daylighting at desk height
Room Scale Perspectives:
The Facts

Behaviors
(Facts)

Systems

Culture +
Ethics

Experience

Subjective View
Objective View
Interiors
Scale

The Ecological Design Studio is the first of 2 studios taken in the MSSD Degree Program. (More here about all degrees) It is preceded by a series of 3 credit courses that build knowledge and skills. which are then synthesized into a comprehensive whole - the final product of this course. The four main criteria for integration for come from Integral Theory: Experience, Culture, Performance (behaviors) and Systems. Of course good design is a synthesis between the four. for this studio, students where asked to focus on systems and performance because of the great need in the 21st century to re-balance design education towards a more integral whole.
About the Studio
Insert Information about the Client Here
About the Client
College of Architecture + Design
Innovations in Sustainability - Collaborative Studio - 2015
Reality Matrix

How this works
Insert Bio
Insert Bio
Gil Rodriguez
Insert Bio
Sara Endriss
Sarita Sen
Rob Fleming
Rob Fleming is a LEED® Accredited Professional and a registered architect with over 15 years’ experience of teaching, research and practice in sustainable design. He is the co-creator and Director of the award winning Master of Science in Sustainable Design Program at Philadelphia University. Rob is a Sustainability Fellow at Re:Vision Architecture in Philadelphia where he consults and facilitates integrated design charrettes.
Inert Client Description
PIDC
LPT
On-line Charrette Methodology
Recap - Simulated Charrette
So far:
Students have begun their multi-perspective, multi-scale, multi-age inventory

The Role of the Domain Expert
The Domain Expert will provide general feedback on the project and also offer specific suggestions based on their years of experience.
They will use the Benchmarks and Guiding Principles that the team developed as a means to gauge the relative success of the design projects and will make suggestions for reaching the Benchmarks.
Vetting Instructions
Each Domain Expert or visiting critic will type in boxes provided near the drawings made by each student.
Their information is posted on the upper right side of this diagram.
The students will also be vetting each other's work
As is the custom -- please enter your comments as either optimisms or cautions.
Feel free to write additional comments as you see fit.
Make sure to enter your name before an entries so the students know who is writing.
The Role of the Visiting Critic
If you are coming into this kind of environment for the first time please be patient and allow your self to get used to the interface and flow. I recommend you watch the movie that explains the process and what
Analysis
Analysis
Analysis
Analysis
Analysis
Analysis
Trans-Disciplinary Model
Reality Matrix
Multi-Age Inventory
+ Patterns
The Faculty Spring 2015
Scope of
Sustainable
Design

Multi-Age
Multi-Scale
Thinking
Meta Analysis
Composite Image
Hunter Gatherer:

Age of Agriculture
Early Age of Industry
Late Age of Industry
Age of Information
Executive Summary of Research
Multi-Perspective
Multi-Scale/Multi-Age
Integral Theory offers a meta-paradigm for organizing multiple systems of thought into one integrated model. The four perspectives or quadrants are shown here.
Analysis
Challenges and Opportunities
Recommendations
Design Response
Desired future Reality
Carbon
Temps
Bio-diversity levels
Human Population
Nitrogen
Fossil Fuels
Food
???
Age of Integration
(Present Reality)
The Future
The Predicted Reality
(Without Intervention)
Multi-Age Inventory
Analysis
Design Response
Mini-Conclusions = ?
Tasks:
Multi-Age Inventory
Analysis
Design Response
Tasks:
Multi-Age Inventory
Analysis
Design Response
Tasks:
Multi-Age Inventory
Analysis
Design Response
Tasks:
Multi-Age Inventory
Analysis
Design Response
Tasks:
Multi-Age Inventory
Analysis
Design Response
Tasks:
Multi-Age Inventory
Analysis
Design Response
Padmini
Cohen
Amjad
Ramiro
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