The building maximizes future energy savings
by embedding the existing structure in an
efficient envelope. Blue regions indicate
where new construction wraps the original
BASEMENT LEVEL New construction,
shown in blue, wraps the foundations
of the original nave.
LEVEL ONE On the ground floor, new
classrooms and support areas shown
in blue, reach into the volume of the
LEVEL TWO The old church nave and
meeting area accommodate the new
auditorium and gymnasium, shown
Actual energy use of Westside school’s
leased city of Seattle building and the
newly completed Westside school.
Other Uses HVAC
ENERGY USE COMPARISON OLD SCHOOL VS. NEW SCHOOL
The new school uses just 30% of the energy of Westside’s
previous facility. The majority of these savings are in HVAC.
Domestic Hot Water