Integrated Design+

This Integrated Design Studio investigated high-performance architecture in the context of historical settings on Roosevelt Island in New York City. Students developed their designs using building information modeling (BIM) and various simulation tools by integrating daylighting, energy performance, and life cycle assessment (LCA). The image above by Luc-Paul Adams (NJIT).

Spatial qualitied of architecture defined by materiality and experiential sequences, imagery by Luc-Paul Adams (NJIT).
Understanding spatial qualities through sectional diagrams (axonometric) and human-level perspectives, imagery Dennis Sikorjak (NJIT)(above and below).
Understanding how exterior fa├žade expressions inform interior lighting, mood, and experiential qualities of architecture, above imagery by Shaun Scott, (NJIT).
Design and imagery by Dennis Sikorjak (NJIT) (above).
Program and flow diagrams by Ebony Payne (NJIT).
Collocating 2D and 3D representations of individual spaces enhances readability and understanding, above Ebony Payne and below Dennis Sikorjak (NJIT)
Comparative sunlight study/analysis: shaded view (left), rendered view (center), and illumination analysis (right); imagery by Marcello Rivera (NJIT).
Sectional perspectives demonstrate building-to-site relationships and codependences, imagery by Mateo Aristizabal (NJIT).
Program and flow diagrams by Ebony Payne (NJIT)
Spatial relationships within public spaces, sectional+exploded axonometric, imagery by Luc-Paul Adams.
Exploded axonometric as an effective way to portray circulation and egress within a building, imagery by Dennis Sikorjak (NJIT)
Understanding contractibility with diagraming. Imagery: above Mateo Aristizabal and below Jalaysia Stevenson (NJIT).
Grayscale representations provides un-committed design visualization with a good amount of leeway to evolve design. Imagery by Catherine Nelson (NJIT).
Connecting materiality with spatial representation, Mateo Aristizabal, NJIT.
Daylight analysis (LEED v4): initial (above), revised-meeting LEED criteria (below), and the data table demonstrating LEED compliance (bottom) by Dennis Sikorjak (NJIT).
Insight (for Revit) energy analysis by Dennis Sikorjak (NJIT).
Wall section and construction details showing three conditions: foundations, wall-to-slab, and wall-to-roof, by Dennis Sikorjak (NJIT).