Project Indy: Infill Reimagined

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Show simple item record Behrent, Kolton Kalb, Cheyenne Lawburg, Alexandra Gibson, Noah Jackson, Andy Shedrow, Darrin Lehmann, Grace Felling, Samantha Johnson, Evan 2021-09-03T14:06:56Z 2021-09-03T14:06:56Z 2021
dc.description.abstract Project Indy: Infill Reimagined was a Spring 2021 immersive learning project where undergraduate architecture students in the ARCH 400 Comprehensive Design Studio worked with community partner Englewood Community Development Corporation in Indianapolis on a housing proposal for the 2021 Solar Decathlon Design Challenge student competition. Faculty Advisors for the project are Dr. Tom Collins and Walter Grondzik. The goal of the project was for collaborative student teams to work with a partner to design a net-zero energy, single-family house for a small urban site. Through graphics, writing, and oral presentations, student teams demonstrate that the proposal is cost effective to build, low environmental impact, comfortable for occupants, inexpensive to maintain, and buildable using existing technology. The two stage competition culminates in a virtual event where teams present to a jury of industry experts. The Project Indy Team won a 3rd place prize at the event for their housing division. en_US
dc.subject architecture en_US
dc.subject design en_US
dc.subject energy en_US
dc.subject solar en_US
dc.title Project Indy: Infill Reimagined en_US

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