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1 Design Foundation Professor Tango Site Analysis and Context

2 bibliography Site Analysis / Edward T. White (recommended class text)

3 definition context, contextual: the whole situation, background or environment relevant to some event or product. In our case, the product is the building. derivation of the word is to weave together

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5 consequence triangle walls floors ceilings structure mechanical lighting owners workers customers visitors renters maintenance context

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7 elements of context / site analysis

8 location contours zoning noise traffic utilities drainage neighborhood pedestrians demographics property shape property size setbacks easements climate views vegetation man-made features

9 hard data usually relates to physical site data which involves no judgments site location dimensions contours on site features climate zoning vegetation

10 soft data sensory and human aspects of the site that usually involve value judgments views from the site views to the site best approaches to the site existence of odors existence of noise existence of human activity type of neighborhood demographics

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12 elements of context / site analysis Media: Thinking Paper Format: Hand drawings / no instruments Equal size / scale base drawings of site Color: Appropriate color to hierarchal element. General color uniformity across drawing set. Lettering: Uniformity and hierarchy in lettering

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32 Special Regional Conditions Marilee Thomas of Beaver City, NE took this photograph of her daughter Audra about two miles from a Furnas County tornado in April This photograph is from a special edition of NEBRASKAland Magazine, entitled "WEATHER AND CLIMATE OF NEBRASKA" published in January 1996 with content prepared by the UNL Geoscience Climatology faculty and graduate students.

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36 Website: Sun Altitude and Azimuth

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44 Watt hours per sq. meter per day Solar Resource for Flat Plate Solar Collectors

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46 3d model of site analysis

47 3d model of site analysis + building

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