Building Type Basics for College and University Facilities (Building Type Basics 2nd Revised edition)

Building Type Basics for College and University Facilities (Building Type Basics 2nd Revised edition)

By: David J. Neuman (author)Hardback

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Written by an expert who is the architect of the University of Virginia, Building Type Basics for College and University Facilities provides an updated essential guide to the design of college and university buildings. Featuring contributions from notable architecture and design expects, this second edition includes a number of new examples of college and university buildings completed this century as well as significant new content, including information on sustainability, preservation, technology, and the influence of interdepartmental collaboration on the built environment.

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About Author

DAVID J. NEUMAN, FAIA, LEED AP, is the architect for the University of Virginia, where he guides sustainability and land use planning, facilities planning and design of capital projects, and stewardship of cultural resources. Neuman previously served as University Architect and Associate Vice Provost for Planning at Stanford University, Campus Architect and Associate Vice Chancellor for Planning at the University of California, Irvine, and Consulting Campus Architect for the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the University of Nebraska System.

Contents

Acknowledgments viii 1. Campus Planning 1 David J. Neuman, FAIA, LEED BD + C Overview 1 Programs and Plans 9 Campus Plans, District Plans, and Site Plans 17 Sustainability 19 Landscape 22 Architecture 23 Engineering and Operations 31 Special Concerns 34 Globalization and Information Technology 35 Conclusions 36 2. Sustainability, Technology, and Universities 39 David Nelson, Foster + Partners Economic Growth and Higher Education 40 Constructing the Future University 46 Governance 47 Distance Learning and Its Effects 49 The James H. Clark Center 53 Interactions between Sustainable and Technical Thinking 55 Future Opportunities for Sustainable Universities 64 Economics 66 3. Historic Campus Preservation 69 Stephen J. Farneth, FAIA, LEED AP, Architectural Resources Group Introduction 69 Preservation, Restoration, Rehabilitation, and Adaptive Use 73 Preservation and Sustainable Design 78 Programming/Predesign Phase 82 Unique Design Concerns 86 Site Issues 88 Accessibility 90 Building Codes 92 Energy/Environmental Improvements 92 Structural Systems 95 Mechanical Systems 95 Electrical/Communication Systems 97 Materials 97 Acoustical Control 98 Lighting Design 98 Interiors 103 Operations and Maintenance 104 4. Libraries and Learning Centers 105 Shirley Dugdale, AIA, Dugdale Strategy The Changing Learning Experience in the Twenty?]First Century 105 Predesign Planning: Setting the Context 109 Managing the Planning Process 112 Programming 113 Program Components 115 Building and Systems Design 130 Looking to the Future 138 5. Academic Buildings and Professional Schools 139 Graham S. Wyatt, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects Historical Perspective 139 Role of Academic Buildings on Campus 139 Current Trends 139 Space Programming 140 Room Types 143 Technical Considerations 168 A Closing Thought 177 Acknowledgments 178 6. Interdisciplinary Research Facilities 179 Scott Kelsey and Andrew Labov, CO Architects The Evolution of Science Teaching and Research Facilities 181 Case Studies: An Evaluation of the Interdisciplinary Research and Teaching Model 182 Teaching/Learning Facilities 190 Research Facilities 196 Planning Building Infrastructure for Interdisciplinary Science 202 7. Housing 219 John Ruble, FAIA, and Jeanne Chen, AIA, Moore Ruble Yudell Residential Life: Evolving Trends and Underlying Constants 219 An Introductory Guide 221 Program-Specific Concerns 221 Residential Community: Key Concepts 222 Delivery Options: The Programming/Design/Procurement Process 229 Site Planning 230 Housing Formats: Residential Interiors Planning 231 Campus Dining: Accommodating Choice and Style 233 Recreational Amenities: The 24/7 Student Life 235 Housing Fabric: Setting Performance Criteria 236 8. Athletic and Recreational Facilities 259 David Body, FAIA, RIBA, Cannon Design Shifting Trends in Sports and Fitness 259 Athletics, Recreation, Intramurals, and Club Sports 263 Facilities 265 Process 292 9. Social and Support Facilities 301 Brenda A. Levin, FAIA, Levin & Associates History 301 Trends 303 Identifying the Site 306 Developing the Program 310 Project Management 314 Key Design Considerations 315 Site Considerations: Landscape and Parking 325 Systems and Infrastructure 326 Sustainability and Environmental Design 329 Interior Issues 331 International Challenges 334 Operation and Maintenance 334 Key Cost Factors 335 Finances, Fees, and Feasibility 335 10. Cultural Centers: Music, Theater, Dance, and Visual Arts Facilities 339 William L. Rawn, FAIA, LEED AP, and Clifford V. Gayley, AIA, LEED AP, William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc. Introduction 339 Campus Scale 340 Building Scale 344 Room Scale 354 Index 379

Product Details

  • publication date: 12/07/2013
  • ISBN13: 9781118008027
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 400
  • ID: 9781118008027
  • weight: 922
  • ISBN10: 1118008022
  • edition: 2nd Revised edition

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