ItemUT Energy and Resource Conservation Building Data for West Mall and Battle Hall through June 2013(2013) School of Architecture ItemUT digital repository: Meadows Foundation funded projects collection contents, 2/27/2013(2013-02-27) Carter, RobertSupplement to the final report on the project Ensuring Access in Perpetuity to Sustainability Content Using the University of Texas Digital Repository, listing the contents of the Meadows Foundation Funded Projects collection in the UT Digital Repository as of the project's conclusion. ItemFinal report: phase 2(2013-02-27) Carter, RobertFinal report for the project Ensuring Access in Perpetuity to Sustainability Content Using the University of Texas Digital Repository, a project to collect and archive materials created under Meadows Foundation grant #2008060137. This grant provided funds to support work to update core courses at the UT School of Architecture to emphasize sustainability. ItemReading the Italian city(2012-02) Milovanovic-Bertram, SmiljaStudents in the UT School of Architecture's Study in Italy program were assigned to design a new community center for host city Castiglion Fiorentino. This slideshow presents a selection of student works, including models and project sketches of four different designs. ItemHow to(2011-07) Milovanovic-Bertram, Smilja; Hauser, JohannaA broad overview of the issues involved in designing sustainable buildings, and of how various construction methods and design features are used in sustainable architecture. Topics covered are: envelope, lighting, heating, cooling, energy production, water and waste, and LEED rating categories. ItemCase studies(2011-07-24) Milovanovic-Bertram, Smilja; Hauser, JohannaThe overall topic of sustainable architecture is examined by looking at six "camps" within the sustainability movement, each of which emphasizes a different viewpoint and set of goals for sustainable design. Case studies are included to illustrate each approach. The lecture covers the following camps: 1. Eco-Technic Camp [Case study: Kunsthaus Bregenz (Peter Zumthor; Bregenz, Austria)] [Case study: Zollverein School of Management and Design (SANAA; Essen, Germany)] 2. Eco-Medical Camp [Case study: Vidar Institute (Erik Asmussen; Järna, Sweden)] 3. Eco-Centric Camp [Case study: Rauch Residence (Roger Boltshauser, Martin Rauch; Walgau Valley, Germany)] 4. Eco-Aesthetic Camp [Case study: 290 Mulberry (SHoP Architects; New York, NY)] 5. Eco-Cultural Camp [Case study: Community Center, Raggal (Johannes Kaufmann; Great Walser Valley, Germany)] 6. Eco-Social Camp [Case study: Housing Development Sandgrubenweg (Gerhard Hörburger; Bregenz, Austria)] [Case study: Charles Hostler Student Recreation Center (VJAA; The American Univeristy of Beirut)] ItemThe High Line, New York, NY(2012-05-31) Milovanovic-Bertram, SmiljaVisual documentation of the New York City High Line, an elevated rail line renovated to create a public park and greenspace between 2006 and 2011. Designed by James Corner/Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro; planting design from Piet Oudolf; lighting design from L'Observatoire International; engineering design by Buro Happold. Photographed by Smilja Milovanovic-Bertram, May 31, 2012. Item41 Cooper Square (Cooper Union academic and student services building)(2011) Milovanovic-Bertram, SmiljaVisual documentation of the Cooper Union Academic and Student Services Building, New York, NY. Designed by Morphosis Architects, Inc., with Gruzen Sampton, LLP (associate architects). Designed 2004-2006; built 2006-2009. Photographed by Smilja Milovanovic-Bertram on June 15, 2011 and May 29, 2012. The building has been LEED certified with a Platinum (highest) rating.