Energy+Urbanism

PowerHUB

Power to the people

Statement

Two aspects were considered by the students for this Spring 2016 Studio, passive and active design. In the event of tornadoes, wind storms, floods, etc, the PowerHUB becomes a meeting point and a place where information can be spread. However, on a daily basis the PowerHUB charges devices, provides WIFI, acts as a community billboard, signals busses, and acts as a marker throughout the city.

People

James Richard Rose

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Senior Lecturer, Director of Institute for Smart Structures, College of Architecture + Design
University of Tennessee-Knoxville

Lucas Tryggestad, AIA, LEED AP

Deputy Governor's Chair, Director
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Maged Guerguis

Senior Architect
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Students Contributors:

Summer Abston, Dustin Toothman, Kendra Whitaker