Kenya Relief - Design Charette Team 3 Presentation

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Published on April 26, 2014

Author: NOMA-Detroit

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On 4/12/2014, Kenya Relief & NOMA Detroit held a schematic design charette for the Kenya Relief Academy Kitchen/Cafetera project. There were three teams total. This slideshare display’s the work of Team Three.

Team Three members:
Shanita Rutland
Wiley Roberts
Alexander Froehlinch

For more on Kenya Relief or to donate to this wonderful organization log on to www.kenyarelief.org.

NOMA stands for National Organization of Minority Architects. For more on the local Detroit chapter log on to www.nomadetroit.org or check out our national organization website at http://www.noma.net/

KENYA RELIEF KENYA KENYA RELIEF CAFETERIA & KITCHEN DESIGN PROPOSAL KENYA  Presented by: o Shanita Rutland, M ARCH Centric Design Group (Detroit MI) DHDHDHHDHD o Centric Design Group (Detroit, MI) o University of Detroit Mercy alumnus o Wiley Roberts, B ARCH o Centric Design Group (Detroit, MI) o Bowling Green State University alumnus o Alexander Froehlich, LEED AP, M ARCH o NORR, LLC (Detroit, MI) o University of Detroit Mercy alumnusy y

KENYA RELIEF KENYA KENYA RELIEF CAFETERIA & KITCHEN DESIGN PROPOSAL KENYA  Building Design Challenges DHDHDHHDHD

Building Design Challenges KENYA Challenge 1: Concerns about Seismic Conditions (Earthquakes)  near Western Kenya/Tanzania border KENYA DHDHDHHDHD Recent news: Earthquake SwarmRecent news:  Earthquake Swarm  Causes Mass Panic in East Africa A id f E Af i f h K i l h f d M i M j l dA wide area of East Africa from the Kenyan capital to the famed Masi Mara game reserve was jolted  by a swarm of seven earthquakes centered just south of the Kenya‐Tanzania border. | July 20 , 2007 Resource: http://www.earthweek.com/online/ew070720/ew070720n.html

Building Design Challenges h ll KENYA Challenge 1: Concerns about Seismic Conditions  (Earthquakes) near Western Kenya/Tanzania  border KENYAborder DHDHDHHDHD Solution:   R d th f f i tiff/ i id ti b ildi t h i ( t & Reduce the focus of using stiff/rigid connecting building techniques (concrete &  masonry units) for structural supports.    Consider using steel framing (Post, beam, and truss) construction as a safer  alternative to building design to avoid catastrophic collapses. 

Building Design Challenges KENYA g g g Challenge 2: Local Building Trades knowledge, lack of  d d i i dKENYAadvanced construction equipment, and  prohibitive costs related to intricate building  design/technique. DHDHDHHDHD Solution:  There is beauty in simplicity.  Simple floorplate and formwork layouts will Reduce  the cost of building and improve the ease of building for local trades.

Building Design Challenges Challenge 3: KENYA Challenge 3: Safety & Security Protection of children is a high priority.   Kidnappings and the close proximity toKENYAKidnappings and the close proximity to  the Tanzanian border, which has news  of civil unrest against Christian relief aid  agencies are possible threat. DHDHDHHDHD g p Solution:   As the site serves as an orphanage, the volunteers and staff that make up the p g , p nurturing efforts of the Kenya Relief Organization  recognize the value of the lives of  these children as future leaders and builders of our global community, along with  regional success.  Per suggestion of the Kenya Relief Organization, a 8‐10’ tall brick wall with barbed  wire atop, will surround the perimeter campus of the proposed building site.

KENYA RELIEF KENYA KENYA RELIEF CAFETERIA & KITCHEN DESIGN PROPOSAL KENYA  Building Design Concept DHDHDHHDHD

Issues bl KENYA Problem 1: Concerns about Seismic Conditions  (Earthquakes) near Western Kenya/Tanzania  border KENYAborder DHDHDHHDHD Solution:   R d th f f i tiff/ i id ti b ildi t h i ( t & Reduce the focus of using stiff/rigid connecting building techniques (concrete &  masonry units) for structural supports.    Consider using steel framing (Post, beam, and truss) construction as a safer  alternative to building design to avoid catastrophic collapses. 

Kenya Relief: “Open Arms Project”Kenya Relief:    Open Arms Project   • Concept: Environmental sustainability was anConcept: Environmental sustainability was an  important facet for the Kenya Relief project efforts,  as the academy aims to create and foster leaders  within in a regional and global context.  The following  environmental design principles learned from the  Shill j t t d i l d d iShillong project case study were included in our  design proposal:

Rainwater Harvesting:Rainwater Harvesting:  • Monthly Rainfall averages of around 5” occur  throughout the year However rainfall will not bethroughout the year.  However, rainfall will not be  the only resource used to supply water to the site.   By actively collecting rainwater for ancillary uses likeBy actively collecting rainwater for ancillary uses like  irrigation for potential  gardens and graywater activities.  Gutters will line the roof perimeter  channeling the rain water into an underground tank,  where it will be pumped and stored into a rainwater  h d t k f t il t fl hi d i i tioverhead tank for toilet flushing and irrigation.

DaylightingDaylighting • As the school and cafeteria operates during daytime  hours and use of electricity towards lighting y g g demands is not ideal, a primary objective of the  design is to use daylighting as much as possible for  visual comfort and energy savings.

Natural VentilationNatural Ventilation • Kenya Relief’s climate is rather ideal for natural ventilation and its  moderate temperatures throughout the year assist in reducing the  need for extensive measures in providing non‐traditional regionalneed for extensive measures in providing non traditional regional  building items like insulation.  A key goal for the proposed design is  used to achieve thermal comfort for all end users.  Our building  design aims to use the warm heat spaces that our through  daylighting and allow for natural ventilation through the buildingdaylighting and allow for natural ventilation through the building.   In our design concept, air flow will be driven by wind‐pressure and  stack ventilation, where warm air is exhausted out from higher  clerestory windows.  During the cooler days, when clerestory  windows are shut “stratification” of warm air due to solar andwindows are shut,  stratification  of warm air due to solar and  internal gains will be offset by heat loss from the upper roof and  window area, keeping the space warm.

Kenya Relief: “Open Arms Project”Kenya Relief:    Open Arms Project  

Kenya Relief: “Open Arms Project”Kenya Relief:    Open Arms Project  

Kenya Relief: “Open Arms Project”Kenya Relief:    Open Arms Project  

Kenya Relief: “Open Arms Project”Kenya Relief:    Open Arms Project  

Kenya Relief: “Open Arms Project”Kenya Relief:    Open Arms Project  

Kenya Relief: “Open Arms Project”Kenya Relief:    Open Arms Project  

Kenya Relief: “Open Arms Project”Kenya Relief:    Open Arms Project  

Building Section

Kenya Relief: “Open Arms Project”Kenya Relief:    Open Arms Project   Plan Detail KENYAKENYA DHDHDHHDHD

Kenya Relief: “Open Arms Project”Kenya Relief:    Open Arms Project   Plan Detail KENYAKENYA DHDHDHHDHD

KENYA RELIEF KENYA KENYA RELIEF CAFETERIA & KITCHEN DESIGN PROPOSAL KENYA  Thank you for the opportunity to use  DHDHDHHDHDour skills and potential to help your  tremendous organizations purposeg p p

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