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Design Submission
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high albedo roof +
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sliding solar shade/ hurricane
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operable windows for
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1. FRONT STOOP
2. LIVING, DINING AND KITCHEN
3. BEDROOM
4. COVERED DINING PORCH
5. LIVING ROOM
6. DINING
7. KITCHEN
8. DRESSING AREA
9. MASTER BEDROOM
10. BEDROOM
11. LAUNDRY
12. CLOTHES DRYING PORCH
13. BEDROOM
native planting
SOLAR SURFACE
SUSTAINABILITY DIAGRAM
MAKE IT RIGHT: duplex scheme
While it is now required that we build at an increased distance from the ground, this duplex proposal attempts to maintain the familiar connection
between the home and neighborhood. One unit of the strategy is reduced in area and maintained at a closer proximity to the ground, while the second
unit is developed with increased area and is raised at a higher elevation in anticipation of the threat of flood. While a reduced portion of the dwelling
is put at risk attempting to maintain a link to the social network of the street, a larger portion of the dwelling is elevated to provide an added sense of
security and permanence. If the city is again devastated by flood, the lower / reduced portion of the structure may need repair, but the upper components of the home are preserved.
The underside of the scheme’s larger raised component acts primarily as the upper unit’s side entry portal as well as a location for vehicles; however, it may also be used
as a site for the semipublic activities of the home such as ‘play area’ for kids, and shelter for community engagements. In support of the shared urban activities of community, priority is given to the visible site of side yard activities rather than the concealed site of rear yard activities.
In addition, upper level components of the proposal are equally developed with connection to the outdoors. The street face of the primary unit houses a second level
porch so that occupants of that home also have a public presence. The rear garden is viewed from a second level Master Bedroom suite and the third level is provided
with a balcony to be used in connection with the laundry room and upper bedrooms. The lower roof of the efficiency unit houses the solar energy system, and is easily
accessible and serviceable via a second level window.
The efficiency unit may be utilized as a rentable apartment to aid in the financing of the entire duplex, or as a unit for an ailing family member. It may
also be used as a future extension of the primary 3 bedroom unit. In fact, a young family could initially live upstairs and rent out the lower portion of the
structure; as the family grows, it could expand into the entire structure by simply removing the party wall and converting the duplex into a single family Building with dependence upon an unreliable ground is an oxymoron in New Orleans, but it is a familiar condition. Many of the city’s vernacular types have evolved in
response to the limitations of climate and a very specific neighborhood culture, a social culture of the street and garden that is dependent upon an intimate relationship
residence. This is already a common condition of New Orleans. The familiar ‘double shotgun’ house type of the region is often passed down from
with the ground. It ‘s important to remember that we are not simply being asked to rebuild homes; rather, we are being asked to rebuild neighborhoods.
generation to generation and altered to accommodate fluctuations in changing family lifestyles.
LEVELS 1 + 1.5
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GROUND LEVEL
LONGITUDINAL SECTION
0
4'
2'
12'
8'
COLOR OPTIONS
GALVALUME ROOFING
OVER ICE AND WATER SHIELD
VARIES
WOOD FRAMING
PAINTED PLYWOOD SOFFIT
6-1/4" CEMENTITIOUS FIBER
BOARD CLAPBOARD OVER
MOSTURE BARRIER AND
WOOD PANEL SHEATHING
SOLAR
R CHIMNEY /
ATTIC TO BE
NATED WITH
COORDINATED
G'S PASSIVE
BUILDING'S
VENTILATION
SYSTEM
SOUTH SIDE YARD
3 bedroom toward street
INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES
SECTION PERSPECTIVE
efficiency toward rear
INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE
CEMENTITIOUS FIBER
BOARD PANEL OVER
MOISTURE BARRIER AND
WOOD PANEL SHEATHING
EL = 29' - 5"
OPTION 1: CORRUGATED /
PERFORATED GALVALUME
SHADE SCREEN
OPTION 2: THIN FILM SOLAR
LAMINATE PANELS
OPTION 1: VERTICAL TREATED
WOOD FRAMING
natural privacy screens
social gathering space
vegetable garden
water permeable driveway
INTERIOR WALLS AND
CEILINGS TO BE PAINTED
1/2" GYPSUM BOARD
(TYPICAL)
OPTION 2: METAL FRAME SUBSTRATE
TO SUPPORT SOLAR FILM
METAL BRACING AS REQUIRED
DOOR BETWEEN LAUNDRY
ROOM AND CLOTHES
DRYING BALCONY
TREATED WOOD DECK BOARDS
OVER TREATED WOOD FRAMING
BEDROOM
EGRESS
Q UAL I T I ES
GALVALUME ROOFING (BEYOND)
OVER ICE AND WATER SHIELD
EL = 19' - 4"
EL = 19 '- 3"
laundry porch
outdoor dining
street presence / stoop dwelling
operable solar / shade screens
TJI FLOOR / CEILING
JOISTS TYPICAL
NOTE: WALL SECTION DEPICTS
A STANDARD WOOD PLATFORM
FRAMING SYSTEM, BUT THESE
STANDARD DIMENSIONS ALSO
WORK WITH A NUMBER OF
AVAILABLE INSULATED PANEL
SYSTEMS
INSULATION SYSTEM TO BE
SPECIFIED BY THE
MAKE IT RIGHT TEAM
EL = 9' -2"
ENTRY TO
3 BEDROOM UNIT
EL = 8' - 0"
SMOOTH CARPORT SOFFIT
TO SATISFY THE REQUIRED
FIRE RATINGS OF THE LOCAL
CITY ORDINANCE
STRUCTURAL LVL SIZED AND
CONNECTED AS REQUIRED
STEP 8
EL = 5'-0"
STEP 7
12" X 12" REINFORCED
CONCRETE CONCRETE COLUMN
STEP 6
STEP 5
STEP 4
STEP 3
STEP 2
STEP 1
EL = 0'-0"
SOUTH ELEVATION
0
4'
2'
12'
8'
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EAST ELEVATION
STREET
NORTH ELEVATION
WEST ELEVATION
WALL SECTION
0
1'
6"
4'
2'