Architecture Canada n°1 2nd semestre 2006
Architecture Canada n°1 2nd semestre 2006
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■ ■ ■ Sustainability www.raic.org/2006 urinals and dual-flush toilets, and rainwater for landscape irrigation. In addition, site stormwater is collected and directed to an underground infiltration trench designed to minimize demand on municipal water systems. Meanwhile, vegetated « green » roofs above student offices help oxygenate the air and reduce the heating and cooling loads on the building. Inside the building, such rapidly renewable materials such as bamboo flooring and wheatgrass cabinetry were used to lessen the demand on natural resources. Bandurka says that no detail of the project was considered to be too small for attention. « All of the material, such as sand and rock, were kept on campus during construction, » he says. « We didn’t displace anything. » In fact, the student centre is also the result of some recycling. Eighteen tons of steel was harvested from a gallery demolished at the [Thunder Bay Health Centre ; Salter Farrow Pilon Architects Inc., Toronto, ON ; KLIK Photography, Oakville, ON] Here are your most valuable tools to design, build, inspect and specify wood structures. Visit www.cwc.ca to access resources that cover all the essentials for project design utilizing wood and wood materials. With three categories of interactive tools, education materials and resource manuals to choose from, join the many professionals who already benefit from our expertise. www.cwc.ca Tel : 1.800.463.5091 Fax : 1.613.747.6264 46 THE ROYAL ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF CANADA/L’INSTITUT ROYAL D’ARCHITECTURE DU CANADA PHOTOGRAPHY : M. LAURENT GOULARD Gene-H.-Kruger Pavillion - Student lounge Royal Ontario Museum, and the beams were subsequently refurbished and erected as part of the building’s structure. Reuse of the steel resulted in a reduction of carbon-dioxide emissions equivalent to driving around the world 16 times, according to the university. No lessimportant is that the student centre is also economically sustainable, says Bandurka. He explains that while students help pay off the mortgage, the rent charged to food services and other businesses in the facility goes toward the operating costs of the building. Says Bandurka : « By using renewable resources and less energy, hopefully those operating costs will be reduced over time, and the income we generate from tenants and activities can go toward the mortgage and shorten the time students have to pay. » Currently undergoing certification at the silver level for the Canada Green Building Council’s Green Building Rating System – LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) – the student centre has « set a standard » for future buildings at the U of T, which has made « sustainability » a priority, says Elizabeth Sisam, MRAIC, who serves as assistant vice-president of space and facilities planning at the university. For instance, the newly opened 20,550- square-metre Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research, situated on the U of T’s downtown St. George campus and designed in a joint venture by the German firm, Behnisch, Behnisch & Partner, and architectsAlliance of Toronto, features a double glass
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