Center for Design Research

Lawrence
Architekten
Studio 804
Standort
Lawrence
Jahr
2011
Kosten
Vertraulich
Stockwerke
1–5 Stockwerke

This year's project presents a new direction for Studio 804, while maintaining the track record of the past 15 years with an outstanding standard of excellence and sustainably conscious agenda. The new Center for Design Research building, located on the historic Chamney Dairy Farm in Lawrence, Kansas, is a response to the emerging culture and support of sustainability at the University of Kansas. In congruence with the center's mission, which is to provide a location for interdisciplinary work between multiple schools, the new building will provide a facility that aids in the education of the university and community on sustainable strategies, material innovation and building efficiency.

The design for the new building implements sustainable strategies to maximize the potential of existing resources, minimize environmental degradation, create an environment that is safe, comfortable and efficient and provide an iconic representation of sustainability for the University of Kansas. Through the implementation and expression of sustainable systems, the building will provide a space for professional collaboration and community education while displaying a wide range of sustainable strategies. In doing so, it will showcase the advances of green building technologies and products, serving as a standard for the future development of the University and CDR.

Dazugehörige Projekte

  • Herman Miller National Showroom
    Krueck Sexton Partners
  • The Ark, Condominiums
    Form4 Architecture
  • SFMOMA Rooftop Garden
    Jensen Architects
  • Kokoris Residence
    Jensen Architects
  • Turner Duckworth Offices
    Jensen Architects

Magazin

Andere Projekte von Studio 804

Sustainable Residence - 3716 Springfield
Kansas City
Sustainable Prototype
Greensburg
Modular 4
Kansas City
Modular 3
Kansas City
Modular 2
Kansas City
Modular 1
Kansas City