Wooden hall of the Gaudier Bzerska High School

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  • Building Type : School, college, university
  • Construction Year : 2012
  • Delivery year : 2014
  • Address 1 - street : 40 avenue Denis Papin 45800 SAINT-JEAN DE BRAYE, France
  • Climate zone : [Cfb] Marine Mild Winter, warm summer, no dry season.

  • Net Floor Area : 4 111 m2
  • Construction/refurbishment cost : 9 356 522 €
  • Number of Pupil : 900 Pupil
  • Cost/m2 : 2275.97 €/m2

Proposed by :

  • Primary energy need
    22 kWhep/m2.an
    (Calculation method : RT 2005 )
Energy consumption
Economical buildingBuilding
< 50A
A
51 à 90B
B
91 à 150C
C
151 à 230D
D
231 à 330E
E
331 à 450F
F
> 450G
G
Energy-intensive building

The 'Wood Hall' function is to house all training activities in the timber industry (BEP, Bac Pro and BTS carpentry, building layout and wood) High School Gaudier Brzeska. This new building becomes for the establishment a showcase of its know-how as a "Lycée des métiers", gives students a culture of sustainable development and affirms the future of woodworking in buildings with high environmental quality. The project combines functionality, rationality with an architectural part allowing the implementation of a constructive system developed while being repetitive.

The project was designed and implemented in accordance with the High Environmental Quality (HQE) approach.

Bio-based materials used: Glue-laminated wood, wood fiber, solid wood, natural linoleum, cellulose wadding, sheep wool

Sustainable development approach of the project owner

The materials used will be rough but presenting a quality of appearance. The project is conceived and realized respecting the High Environmental Quality approach.

Architectural description

The division of the building into three volumes makes it possible to respect the climatic and acoustic zonings and to efficiently organize the flow of people and materials: - Volume 1 - Reception and study facilities. Included here are the entrance, the editing and exhibition area, the teachers' rooms and the two-level classrooms. The independent structure of the partitioning makes it possible to change the organization according to the needs - Volume 2 - Rooms of comfort like volume of transition: Cloakrooms and toilets. This transition space is the functional part that groups together the commodities and health flows. The roof terrace is equipped with zenithal skydome openings to naturally light corridors, locker rooms and bathrooms. This volume is entirely made of concrete. - Volume 3 - Production hall: Individual and production work space, machine hall. The 40m wide and 71m wide production hall, based on a 14m grid, makes it possible to change the organization according to future educational needs. All areas of the wood construction sector, including the outdoor platform, are staged and visible "in the window" from Avenue Denis PAPIN. The two sides of the sheds roof are inserted in the triangulations of the beams, in order to create a structural "tablecloth" in which glass strips are also integrated. - Modular spaces of the workshop with wood frame partitions, posts with weft 14 mx 14 m Project incorporating many techniques for the use of wood labeled PEFC, FSC (structure, façade, insulation, partition): - Gray stained wood cladding dark to anticipate graying and 4 other types of untreated larch cladding. - Joinery mixed aluminum / wood for classrooms (including aluminum exterior) and aluminum joinery for workshops. - Main wall insulation: cellulose wadding and sheep wool for classrooms. - Environmentally friendly NF paint, Ecolabel CE, - Soft linoleum floor in classrooms and quartz concrete for corridors and workshops The bracing of the wood structure as well as the cutting of the acoustic, thermal and fire zones of the hall are ensured by a hard core made of reinforced concrete integrating the technical premises "central vacuum & waste." The facades are made of wood frame, carried by the columns in frontage and partially by the concrete structure. The finishing of the current facades is made of larch cladding in vertical overlap. The finish of the street façade (north-west) is composed of 3-ply panels, covered with larch blades spaced 12 cm apart to produce an effect of light and vibration.

See more details about this project

 http://www.envirobatcentre.com/envirotheque/observatoire-des-realisations/fiches-envirobat/biosource/halle-bois-lycee-gaudier-bzerska-277.html?article=2315

Photo credit

Florence Talpe, unless otherwise stated

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Contracting method

General Contractor

Type of market

Realization

Energy consumption

  • 22,00 kWhep/m2.an
  • 1,00 kWhep/m2.an
  • RT 2005

    Heating: 19,2 kWhep / m².an

Envelope performance

    Structure: Glulam, wood fiber, solid wood
    Exterior cladding: Melèze Wood cladding
    Interior fittings: Wood, natural linoleum
    Insulation: Cellulose wadding, sheep wool

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/! \ Primary energy consumption for a standard building: unspecified

Systems

    • Gas boiler
    • Other hot water system
    • No cooling system
    • Double flow heat exchanger
    • No renewable energy systems

Urban environment

  • 4 111,00 m2
  • 82,00 %
  • This new building becomes for the establishment a showcase of its expertise as a "Lycée des métiers", gives students a culture of sustainable development and affirms the future of wood trades in buildings with high environmental quality. The project combines functionality, rationality with an architectural part allowing the implementation of a constructive system developed while being repetitive.

Product

    Wood hall

    groupe ARBONIS

    [email protected]

     http://www.arbonis.com/

    Structural work / Structure - Masonry - Facade

    The purpose of the "Wooden Hall" is to house all the training activities of the wood industry (BEP, Bac Pro and BTS carpentry, layout and wood construction) currently practiced in two
    buildings of the site. Programming demands that this new building become for the institution
    a showcase of its know-how as a "Lycée des métiers", gives students a culture of development
    sustainable and affirms the future of wood trades in buildings with high environmental quality.

    The materials used will be rough but presenting a quality of appearance. Project conceived and realized respecting the High Environmental Quality approach.

Indoor Air quality

    Natural ventilation of the workshop by opening (tilt-and-turn manual opening) in front and exit by manually opening grids on the sheds on the roof to the North East.

Comfort

    Architectural design aimed at optimizing energy consumption by zoning according to the use of spaces and activities STD study (dynamic thermal simulation) in order to define the optimal temperatures according to the volume and the occupation. Taking into account heat input (occupants, computers and machines)

    Centrale d’air à régulation par sonde CO2 par salle

GHG emissions

  • 5,00 KgCO2/m2/an

Life Cycle Analysis

    Structure: glue-laminated wood, wood fiber, solid wood Outside siding: Cladding Wood Melèze Interior furnishings: Wood, natural linoleum Insulation: Cellulose wadding, sheep wool

Reasons for participating in the competition(s)

​Construit principalement en bois lamellé-collé, cette halle laisse apparaître sa structure pour des fonctions esthétiques.

De par le choix des matériaux et le recours à du biosourcé, il est de fait très performant sur le plan carbone. Néanmoins, le respect d'un cahier des charges strict au niveau économique et de la polyvalence n'a pas poussé les parties prenantes vers une démarche labellisée.

Ce bâtiment se veut avant tout une vitrine pédagogique de ce qu'il est possible de faire avec du bois, tout en offrant un confort moderne aux étudiants.

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Energy & Temperate Climates

Energy & Temperate Climates

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