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Jamie Sinz

Jamie Sinz

San Francisco, CA, US

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Exterior view of arcade from the Quad
Exterior view of arcade from the Quad
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Stanford University Y2E2

The Yang + Yamazaki Environment + Energy Building (Y2E2) was the first of four buildings Boora completed following the completion of the SEQ Master Site Plan. The building consists of four traditional floor plates that are interconnected through four large atriums. The atriums provide gathering space for the interdisciplinary research teams that are housed at Y2E2 while also bringing daylight and ventilation through the center of the building. Along with integrated building systems the atriums contribute the 50% standard energy reduction achieved by the building design. This high level of integration is also used within the building as a teaching tool for the research teams that are focusing on modern energy and environmental issues such as climate control, land use and conservation, sustainable built systems, and oceans and estuaries.

Completed: 2007
Building size: 160,000 GSF

Sustainability: Beyond LEED
Completed With: Boora
Role: Design & Technical Assist
Responsibilities: Design, Programming Lead, Construction Documents, Consultant Coordination

 
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Status: Built
Location: Stanford, CA, US

 
Building Section through Social Entry (AutoCad 3D & 3D Studio Max)
Building Section through Social Entry (AutoCad 3D & 3D Studio Max)
South Facade with light shelves
South Facade with light shelves
Tiered Classroom
Tiered Classroom
One of Four Atriums
One of Four Atriums
Building Organization Diagram (SketchUp)
Building Organization Diagram (SketchUp)

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