This is a residential tower designed to optimize natural ventilation, sun angles, and views. It is part of a larger mixed-income community, Yesler Terrace. The site's market-rate tower, seen here, is appropriately named The Zephyr because the building's design centers around the goal of optimizing natural ventilation. A skip-stop circulation system was implemented in order to ensure cross and/or stack ventilation for each unit.
Rendering technique: SketchUp model base, Artlantis Studio Render, Photoshop
University of Oregon / Adjunct Professor Michael Pyatok / Winter-Spring 2011
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Status: School Project
Location: Seattle, WA, US