State University of New York at Cobleskill, Center for Agriculture and Natural Resources

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State University of New York at Cobleskill, Center for Agriculture and Natural Resources

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Pathways weave around the building, leading to three primary entrances on two levels, creating a campus “crossroads.”

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An open double-height space connects two floors, with a café overlooking a monumental stair that links these prime public levels. To increase social interaction, computer classrooms and a lecture hall are directly adjacent to public spaces; public corridors, inside and out, are furnished with seating and study tables.

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Along a primary public corridor are large windows into the conservatory greenhouse, the cold water fish hatcheries and meat cutting lab. This transparency, along with exhibits illustrating the current work of each department adjacent the elevator on each floor of the lab tower, promote interdepartmental collaboration, mutual respect and shared identity for students and faculty alike.

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Pathways weave around the building, leading to three primary entrances on two levels, creating a campus “crossroads.”

An open double-height space connects two floors, with a café overlooking a monumental stair that links these prime public levels. To increase social interaction, computer classrooms and a lecture hall are directly adjacent to public spaces; public corridors, inside and out, are furnished with seating and study tables.

Along a primary public corridor are large windows into the conservatory greenhouse, the cold water fish hatcheries and meat cutting lab. This transparency, along with exhibits illustrating the current work of each department adjacent the elevator on each floor of the lab tower, promote interdepartmental collaboration, mutual respect and shared identity for students and faculty alike.

To express the duality of the program – the organic nature of agriculture and plant sciences and the industrial character of production and processing – the building’s materiality combines natural and industrial finishes, such as concrete flooring and corrugated steel on the exterior.

In contrast to the rural campus, the exterior highlights this juxtaposition while the wall assemblies are designed for very high thermal values, advancing the project’s sustainability goals. 

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详情

时间
2014
项目地点
Cobleskill, NY
项目规模
100,931 GSF
功能
Classrooms, Laboratories, Conservatory Greenhouse, Conference Rooms, Offices, Lecture Hall, Computer Labs, Café
LEED Silver (pursuing)

团队

设计合伙人
Tomas Rossant
管理合伙人
Don Weinreich
Project Designer/Project Architect
Anthony Guaraldo
项目经理
Charles Griffith
室内设计
Charmian Place
团队
Gary Anderson, Jessica Bello, Billy Erhard, Jeffrey Geisinger, John Lowery, Lindsay McCullough, Aaron Raymond, Maria Rizzolo, Adam Sheraden, Natasha Skogerboe, Fernando Suarez, Dan Walsh, Shawn Whitehorn

专业顾问

结构
LERA
暖通/电气/给排水
Jaros Baum & Bolles
土木工程
Laberge Group
实验室规划
Jacobs Consultancy, GPR Planners Collaborative
景观设计
SCAPE / LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PLLC
灯光
Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design
平面设计
Two Twelve Associates, Inc.
音响声学/视听/数据
Harvey Marshall Berling Associates
可持续设计
BuroHappold Engineering, Viridian Energy & Environmental, LLC
成本预算
VJ Associates
Greenhouse
Thomas O. Manning
总承包商
J. Kokalakis Contracting Inc.
摄影
Aislinn Weidele/Ennead Architects