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Nadeemkhan Pathan, Nadeemkhan Pathan 2022 Sheridan College

Nadeemkhan Pathan, Nadeemkhan Pathan

Paisley Mill

The Old mill is located in the paisley village. After studying the existing condition,client's requirements and considering adaptive reuse of the existing building, it is proposed to convert the old mill into a hotel with a restaurant on the ground floor. Second-floor space will be used for amenities such as gym, game room and yoga room. Third floor is designed to have Hotel suits. For this Project, the Biophilic design concept has been implemented through a green roof, green wall and strategic window placements which allow access to natural sunlight and help achieve the Biophilic design. The green roof has …


Zachary Baker, Zachary Baker 2022 Sheridan College

Zachary Baker, Zachary Baker

Paisley Mill

Renew is the un-official 4th R in reduce, reuse, recycle; and is the driving concept of the Paisley Eatery. The focal point for giving life to the space is a sustainable green wall that improves the quality of air while bringing a pleasing aesthetic to the space. To help renew the space I am strengthening the building by using sustainably sourced heavy timber for columns, wall studs, and rafters; durable, and sustainable wood siding is used to keep the historical charm while lowering the up keep of the facade.


John Robbie Reyes, John Robbie Reyes 2022 Sheridan College

John Robbie Reyes, John Robbie Reyes

Paisley Mill

The main concept for this Paisle Cafe/Gallery is to have a sustainable design and efficiency. This wall section showcase the building wall and roof assemblies and the use of natural resources such as wood in exterior and interior, green roofs, and proper use of natural light through spaces. This highlights the exterior wall details and how it focuses in efficiency and sustainability. Resource efficiency is essential for sustained economic growth and wood is one of the best natural resources out there. This wall section also highlights the green roof that will help to provide shade, remove the heat from air, …


Jordan Melo, Jordan Melo 2022 Sheridan College

Jordan Melo, Jordan Melo

Paisley Mill

No abstract provided.


Shawn Zamani, Shawn Zamani 2022 Sheridan College

Shawn Zamani, Shawn Zamani

Paisley Mill

This section cut goes through the middle of the building and shows the details of the walls and reveals the interior to show what activities go on within the wellness center. The construction components are also shown, using wood timber for columns and web joist for the framing, black oak wood siding for the exterior and also the aluminum red mullions to make the building more vibrant. With nature all around and the classical style of the residential buildings, the modern community center really pops out. Also having curtain walls really brings the feeling of nature throughout the building, so …


Will Nguyen, Will Nguyen 2022 Sheridan College

Will Nguyen, Will Nguyen

Paisley Mill

The Regal Archive project aims to construct a building that is sustainable, functionable and at the same time, has its own personality. The inspiration has been drawn directly from the image of leaves, or tree branches, stacking on top of each other. There will be a lot of open spaces, floor openings, lots of windows that make use of natural sunlight. Being able to see floor stacked on floor, all the way from top to bottom provides a great sense of verticality to the guests, and add more depth to the building’s context, as if one is to stand on …


Daniel Di Stefano, Daniel Di Stefano 2022 Sheridan College

Daniel Di Stefano, Daniel Di Stefano

Paisley Mill

No abstract provided.


Kenthony Tiang, Kenthony Tiang 2022 Sheridan College

Kenthony Tiang, Kenthony Tiang

Paisley Mill

No abstract provided.


Rama Sharaf, Rama Sharaf 2022 Sheridan College

Rama Sharaf, Rama Sharaf

Paisley Mill

The focus of the adaptive reuse renovation project of Paisley mill silo building is to create a place where people can meet, eat, enjoy, work, learn, and gather. The building proposed consists of coffee shop and bakery in the ground floor, library and bookstore on the second floor, paint workshop and art show room in the third floor, and in the fourth floor will be gym and fitness room with access to the residential building. The original building structure was heavy timber wood structure. Because of the primary purpose of keeping the old and heritage structure, The timber columns and …


Rumalsa Khan, Rumalsa Khan 2022 Sheridan College

Rumalsa Khan, Rumalsa Khan

Paisley Mill

The 3D wall section’s intent is to show both the structural functionality and social functionality of Paisley Mill. My proposal of Paisley Mill is designed to be a place to welcome tourists are residents of Brockton throughout the seasons. The new addition features a café/bakery, a large multi-purpose room, and a souvenir shop. Visitors are encouraged to walk around the great site and go hiking in the forest, canoeing in the river, and enjoy their time in the outdoors. The surrounding nature is a major contribution to the atmosphere of Paisley. The silhouettes of people and the trees that surround …


Diya Panesar, Diya Panesar 2022 Sheridan College

Diya Panesar, Diya Panesar

Paisley Mill

The 3D wall section cuts through the adjacent part of the existing and new construction on the northeast side of the building. The main intent of the section is to demonstrate how the existing and the new parts of the building are integrated into each other on the basis of spatial design and wood frame construction. Also, this section puts emphasis on the differentiation of separation of the exterior and the interior of the building. It shows the balcony areas where the tourists and the locals can enjoy the view of the Teeswater river and the natural scenery around while …


Maiya Samuel, Maiya Samuel 2022 Sheridan College

Maiya Samuel, Maiya Samuel

Paisley Mill

Focusing on harmony between architecture and nature, we strive to put sustainability in the forefront with this design of the Paisley Butterfly Conservatory. In this wall section we highlight the green roof, the green wall, and rainwater recycling. Keeping the original Paisley Mill’s timber construction and wood siding we hope to reduce the amount of waste needed in construction. Through use of a green roof, we will allow the rainwater we harvest to irrigate the green wall. Designed using new, emerging green wall technology a large portion of the walls in the butterfly conservatory will be layered with substrate, growing …


Ziyi Jiang, Ziyi Jiang 2022 Sheridan College

Ziyi Jiang, Ziyi Jiang

Paisley Mill

A modern but kept a little traditional style of architecture which are two characteristics for new a part of Paisley building. The proposed adaptive reuse, on the other hand, is focused on making the building more sustainable and energy efficient. Therefore, the three main materials of exterior facade for new paisley building which are stylist brick, Glazing, and aluminum vertical louvre.

The building cut through from the east side, as we can see the exterior facade on the north side of the building which is back of the building. The whole building structure made of concrete block and steel to …


Sergio Gutierrez, Sergio Gutierrez 2022 Sheridan College

Sergio Gutierrez, Sergio Gutierrez

Paisley Mill

The Design consists of the use of the silo and converting it into a Performance bar and restaurant, Where Artist from all around Canada can perform music, acting and dancing. The restaurant would have a mini stage where artist can perform in front of the restaurant’s tables, to attract more tourist. The plan is for the performer to perform different types of music from all around the world, as well as different plays in different languages, and many types of cultural dances. The restaurant is also set to prepare foods from all around the world each day a different food …


Danieal Di Stefano, Daniel Di Stefano 2022 Sheridan College

Danieal Di Stefano, Daniel Di Stefano

Paisley Mill

No abstract provided.


Mary Abuelfarag, Mary Abuelfarag 2022 Sheridan College

Mary Abuelfarag, Mary Abuelfarag

Paisley Mill

The design intent behind this 3D section is to demonstrate all the many cladding assemblies and how they connect to one another. The section cuts through the main entrance and following up to the floors above it.This building was originally built with old timber structure, with the adaptive reuse the structure was replaced with steel to help create a more modern look. Modernizing the building will aid in improving the goal usage of the space, health, and wellness center. The clean look of the interior spaces helps to relax the mind, to really feel like you are able to utilize …


Stephen Caputo, Stephen Caputo 2022 Sheridan College

Stephen Caputo, Stephen Caputo

Paisley Mill

The idea behind the renovation of the historic Paisley Mill was to reflect the community around it. The Foundry was designed with open space that gives the opportunity to the community to showcase an experience of what Paisley has to offer. Walking through The Foundry should feel as you are walking into a local market. It was important to the design to reuse as much of existing structure. Heavy timber construction has been continued throughout the building and features as the main aesthetic which everything else is designed around. The original cladding has been restored and all additions added are …


Laura Mcdougall, Laura McDougall 2022 Sheridan College

Laura Mcdougall, Laura Mcdougall

Paisley Mill

No abstract provided.


Bahar Alibeik, Bahar Alibeik 2022 Sheridan College

Bahar Alibeik, Bahar Alibeik

Paisley Mill

The presented design responds to client wish to retain the historic part which the modern cicular addition attached to the existing part. The design goal was to create the local store, museum of historic part, restaurant, library, art Gallery, Studio work spaces. Design Intent Statement The existing part of building is heavy Timber wood structure supporting a four storey building. The Timber columns & beams kept in place as a historical part for existing part. For the add on circular part of building are using steel joists for floors. For new building used steelconcrete Column.


Maha Qureshi, Maha Qureshi 2022 Sheridan College

Maha Qureshi, Maha Qureshi

Paisley Mill

The old silo building is a heavy timber construction. The 3D wall section shows the design of the wall I have chosen to be used in the office, art gallery and pottery studio. The exterior wall material selected is wood planks as wanted to maintain the heritage look and pay respect to the old look of the building. Another reason to choose wood is that it is durable, sustainable, and efficient. Exterior sheathing is used instead of plywood to make the non-combustible building construction. Semi-rigid (mineral fibre wool) insulation is used above grade and is tripled. The roof material is …


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