25th Street Studio
An award was presented to the 25th Street Studio, located in Santa Monica and designed by Koning Eizenberg Architects. The jury responded strongly to this project saying, "It has a maturity to it. It's relaxed, yet there is a seamless integration of the energy concerns within the architecture."
The jury felt that the use of small tube windows in the ceiling was a smart choice and was exactly the right approach to add good working daylight. And, the smaller windows on the south situated above the computer stations help cut down on computer glare. The jury believed that all of these elements were accomplished in a very restrained way.
- Seamless integration of the energy concerns within the architecture.
- Exactly the right approach to good working daylight.
Company: Architectural Energy Corporation
Location: Boulder, CO
Mr. Eley is an architect and mechanical engineer with about 25 years experience in energy efficient and sustainable design. Mr. Eley has made significant contributions to the California energy standards, ASHRAE Standard 90.1, and energy codes in Hong Kong, Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa and Australia. Mr. Eley is now working with the California Energy Commission to update the state energy efficiency standards in response to the recent electricity crisis.
In addition to his energy codes and policy work, Mr. Eley has also developed a number of important publications including the Advanced Lighting Guidelines, the Lighting Fundamentals Handbook, and numerous other technical manuals on energy efficient and code compliance. Mr. Eley is the primary author and technical editor of the ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-1999 User's Manual. He is also the executive director of the Collaborative for High Performance Schools and is the technical editor of the CHPS Best Practices Manual.
Mr. Eley consults with other architects and engineers in the design of landmark energy efficient buildings. He also directs the software development team within Architectural Energy Corporation, which is responsible for VisualDOE, EnvStd, and a number of other computer programs for the energy efficient design of buildings.
Location: Alameda, CA
Educated in Urban Studies at Oberlin College, Ohio followed by a BS at the University of Michigan and a Master of Architecture at the University of Oregon, Ubbelohde's work involves climates, landscapes, and lighting particular to place on which she has lectured and published widely. She has directed over $1M in research for the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Science foundation and served on AIA design juries and technical review committees for energy conferences, publications, and funding agencies. A tenured faculty member of the Department of Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, Ubbelohde has also held positions as a founding faculty for the School of Architecture, UC San Diego, the University of Minnesota, Florida A&M University, and Tulane University. She is a Principal in Loisos/Ubbelohde, a consulting practice specializing in daylighting, climate response, solar access, and energy conservation issues for architects, city planning agencies, and developers. A continued interest in the pedagogical questions of technological areas has lead to the publication of two editions of InsideOut, co-authored with Brown and Reynolds, which received a Progressive Architecture Research Citation.
Title: Principal FAIA
Company: Rob Wellington Quigley
Location: San Diego, CA
Rob Wellington Quigley, FAIA, is a full-service architecture and planning firm with offices in San Diego and Palo Alto. Founded in 1978, the firm has produced noteworthy projects throughout the western United States and Japan, having received 87 awards for design excellence. The firm's flexible organization has enabled Rob Wellington Quigley, FAIA, to successfully handle diverse project types and sizes, from civic and mixed-use projects to low-cost housing, custom residences, and multi-family housing as well as community planning and urban design. The firm is noted for both creative solutions within limited budgets and designs that are sensitive to individual sites and circumstances. Among honors and recognition received was the coveted 1995 Firm Award from The American Institute of Architects, California Council. Buildings designed by Rob Wellington Quigley, FAIA, are regularly featured in national and international publications, including extensive monographs published by Rizzoli International and Casas International. Time Magazine selected Island Inn as one of the "Ten Best Designs of 1992."