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1 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Collaboration Studio site inventory and analysis...

2 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall phase one: site inventory... linkages between site and surrounding landscape three types 1.physical 2.biological 3.cultural

3 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall for each type of site inventory... collect the essential data map the essential data

4 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall do a site reconnaissance identify potentially significant site assets identify potentially significant site liabilities develop a base map attributes of the site...

5 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall base map... is a template for attribute mapping and analysis is a template for subsequent planning and design should include topographic characteristics climate indications project boundaries (adjunct aerial photographs are helpful)

6 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall base map... must be embedded in its context cultural context of surroundings circulation of surroundings views into surroundings urban fabric shown so that your site design will be related

7 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall eight types of topographic site data... 5.topography 6.vegetation 7.soils/geology 8.hydrology 1.legal 2.utilities 3.structures 4.circulation

8 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall types of topographic site data (cont.) legal property lines and distances easements and building setback lines site area

9 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall feeling sensation intuition 2. utilities type (sanitary sewer, electric, gas, telephone) manholes, hydrants, and other fixtures types of topographic site data (cont.)...

10 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall types of topographic site data (cont.) structures buildings height width articulation (fenestration) visual quality sense of place historical significance

11 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall types of topographic site data (cont.) circulation existing streets and rights-of-way existing curbs and gutters existing parking areas parking requirements

12 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall types of topographic site data (cont.) topography elevational change = contour lines on maps spot elevations for high and low points USGS maps available – topographic survey gives info on three important and fundamental landform components = elevation (spatial variation), slope (gradient), and aspect (orientation)

13 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall site elevations affects drainage patterns affects visibility variation of elevation determines size and spatial configuration of local viewsheds on site and into surrounding landscape 5. topography (cont.)

14 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall vegetation wooded areas isolated trees species and diameter at about five feet high types of topographic site data (cont.)...

15 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall soils/geology borehole samples may be taken for analysis in an undeveloped site types of topographic site data (cont.)...

16 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall hydrology surface water wetlands hundred-year floodways and flood fringe types of topographic site data (cont.)...

17 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall the climate... varies annually, seasonally, daily determines the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone eleven zones gov/Hardzone/ushzma p.html? web site for U. S. National Arboretum

18 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall temperature maximum, minimum, day-to-night variation humidity high, low, averages wind maximum, average velocity, direction rainfall monthly total, maximum for any one day snowfall monthly total, maximum for any one day solar radiation monthly average potential natural hazards climate data (cont.)...

19 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall in urban settings, particularly... shade diagrams are important 10:00 a.m. noon 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. the above shown at the time of the summer solstice (around June 21) the winter solstice (around December 22) vernal or autumnal equinox (near March 21 or September 22)

20 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall noise factor must be considered buffering needed? materials? vegetation? location? also in urban settings...

21 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall phase two: site analysis... identify the criteria for each anticipated land use identify site locations that meet the identified criteria map these onto the base map

22 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall another way to phrase it... what are the sites constraints, based on the program requirements? what are the sites opportunities, based on the program requirements? map these onto the base map

23 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall additional design factor to consider...

24 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall important for two aspects of the built environment heating and cooling of buildings comfort of people using outdoor spaces a sites microclimate...

25 ARCH 4602 LARC 4506 & 6406 ID 4606 Fall modifying the microclimate... vegetation shade trees intercept solar radiation leaves of plants cool through evapotranspiration certain chemical pollutants removed from the air oxygen added to the atmosphere color of hardscapes dark = absorbs heat and re-radiates it into the atmosphere vertical elements (structures/trees) shadow patterns as the sun moves through the site in summer and winter cools in summer open spaces lets solar heat into the site in the winter

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