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Industrial Design, Sustainable Design & LEED Ardrey Kell High School Charlotte, NC Teacher: John Glenn What is Industrial Design? Industrial Design (or I.D.) is the Design of all of the things that we use on a daily basis. Industrial Designers - Design the things you see in stores, and the things people use at home and work every day. Cars, bikes, furniture, tools and equipment, computers, medical devices, housewares, and toys are all designed by Industrial Designers. Sometimes the term Product Design is substituted for Industrial Design. Click the link at the bottom of the page and discover a number of the best designs of the past year. See the worksheet given to you by the teacher for questions you must answer regarding this site. Link: 2014 International Design Excellence Awards Fashion Design: Design of clothing, shoes and fabrics. Graphic Design: Design of websites, computer apps, magazines, advertising, packaging & more. Architects, Engineers, Urban Planners, Interior Designers and Landscape Architects: Design the places and spaces in which we live. What is Sustainable Design? Sustainable design is the process of reducing the negative impacts a building has on the environment, and the health and comfort of the people occupying the building. Reduce the Consumption of Non-Renewable Resources by: Minimizing Waste •Raw Materials are re-used in construction of the new building. Creating Healthy, Productive Environments •Use Non-Toxic & Recycled Building Materials •Use Natural Lighting & Ventilation in buildings A Non-Renewable resource is one that once used, can never be reused for any other purpose? How We Waste Energy An item that is easily Replaced and/or can be Reused or Recycled. Examples of Renewable Energy include? Using Wind Power Wood from fast growing trees are a common Renewable Resource. Pine Bamboo Poplar Slow growing hardwoods like walnut, oak, and mahogany are renewable, but grow so slowly cannot keep up with demand. Is an Aluminum Window Frame a Renewable Resource? Yes. Aluminum building products can be easily recycled. Optimize Site Potential Minimize Non-Renewable Energy Consumption Use Environmentally Preferable Products Protect and Conserve Water Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality Optimize Operational and Maintenance Practices What is LEED? LEED Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design LEED is a green building program that accounts for the entire lifecycle of a building by recognizing best building strategies, and reducing the buildings overall impact on the environment. LEED is also a program that provides third-party verification of green buildings. Building projects must satisfy pre-requisites to earn points which achieve different levels of LEED certification. The number of points the project earns determines the level of LEED certification the building receives. Sustainable Sites Credit - Encourages strategies that minimize the impact on ecosystems and water. resources. Silt Fence to stop silt from entering the storm water system. Water Efficiency Credits: Promote smarter use of water, inside and outside of the building, to reduce potable water consumption. (Potable water is water supplied fresh for drinking to the building) Water Cistern – Used to collect rainwater runoff. Water collected inside is used to supply water to toilets and landscape watering in and around an associated building. Energy & atmosphere credits: Promotes better building energy performance through innovative strategies. Light colored roof that reflects sunlight and heat, which cuts cooling costs. Solar Panels for electricity generation, and light sensors that turn off lights when nobody is in the room are often utilized. Materials & Resources Credits: Encourages use of sustainable building materials and reducing waste. Steel Rebar form the old building that was demolished & collected so that it can be recycled. Concrete ground into gravel that will be used in the concrete for the new building. Indoor Environmental Quality Credits: Promote better indoor air quality and access to daylight and views. Large, south facing windows allow for day-lighting and winter heating. Also allows for lower heating and lighting costs, and better views which leads to a more peaceful living environment. The certification level a building receives is determined by the points accumulated when inspected by LEED inspectors. The number of points received is based on how many of the LEED categories are met in the design of the building. CERTIFIED: 40 – 49 Points SILVER AWARD: 50 – 59 Points GOLD AWARD: 60 – 79 Points PLATINUM AWARD: 80 Points and above Buildings with certification: Have lower operating costs, and an increased resale value. Conserve energy, water and other natural resources. Create a healthier and safer building for its occupants. Qualify for money-saving incentives, like tax rebates and zoning allowances. Click the link at the bottom of the page to see measurements of energy savings and resource conservation related to the NC HWY 421 Rest Area in Wilkes County, North Carolina. This building was awarded a LEED Gold Award upon its completion. The handout provided by the teacher has a portion that gives students the opportunity to see actual savings provided by the LEED categories met by the rest stop built in Wilkes County, NC as a test project by the state of NC for LEED and sustainability. http://ncdot.technology-view.com/wilkes What is Industrial Design? Industrial Design (or I.D.) is the design of all of the things that we use every day. What is Sustainable Design? Sustainable Design is the process of reducing the negative impacts a building has on the environment, and the health andcomfort of the people occupying the building. What is LEED? LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) is a green building programs that addresses the entire building lifecycle by recognizing best building strategies, and reducing the overall impact the building has on the environment. It is a tool for achieving Sustainable Design.