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Town Cabin in Rjukan, Norway by Rallar Arkitekter

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Article source: Rallar Arkitekter

Town Cabin

The Rjukan Town Cabin is built by 22 architect students from NTNU, and managed by the student group Rallar Arkitekter. The project is a pavilion meant to be a new and different place to meet for the population of Rjukan. The pavilion is open for everyone at every hour of the day, and contains an exhibition with pictures from Rjukan in the past and present.

Image Courtesy © Per Berntsen

  • Architects: Rallar Arkitekter
  • Project: Town Cabin
  • Location: Rjukan, Norway
  • Photography: Per Berntsen, Rallar Arkitekter, Janne Hillersøy and Kristian Eliassen
  • Municipality: Tinn Kommune, Norway
  • Completed: Juni, 2013
  • Principal: Tinn Kommune
  • Architect coworkers: Anders Gunleiksrud, John Haddal Mork, Kristine Øvstebø, Steinar Hillersøy Dyvik, Silje Ruud
    Eiliv Andreas Myren Ribe
  • Supervisor structural Engineering: Bendik Manum, Førsteamanuensis, fakultet for arkitektur og billedkunst, NTNU
  • Arcitectonic consultants: Steffen Wellinger Førsteamanuensis Sivilarkitekt MNAL
  • Project management: Rallar Arkitekter
  • Construction management: Rallar Arkitekter
  • Main Entrepreneur: Rallar Arkitekter, A-Å Entrepenør
  • Gross area: 60m2
  • Costs excl. VAT and the cost reporting year: 360 000 (2013)
  • Building students: Christopher Wilkens, Runa Dahler Sandø, Nina Heir, Ellen Age Kildal, Katarina Harbækvold, Halvard Bergan Paus, Steinar Hillersøy Dyvik, Kristine Øvstebø, Henrik Andreas Borgnes Pfieffer, Sebastian Østlie, Marit Heggvoll, Silje Ruud, John Haddal Mork, Andreas Bakken Smedås, Anders Gunleiksrud.

ART[house] by TACKarchitects

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Article source: TACKarchitects 

ART[house] at its core attempts to blur the boundaries between interior and exterior environments, while creating a sophisticated canvas in which the owner can display their extensive art collection.  The design finds inspiration from the work of Richard Neutra, and some of his more notable projects such as the Kaufmann House.

Image Courtesy © TACKarchitects

  • Architects: TACKarchitects
  • Project: ART[house]
  • Software used: Rhino, 3D-Studio Max and Revit

Pont Jean-Jacques Bosc international competition in Bordeaux, France by OMA

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Article source: OMA

ROTTERDAM – 14 June 2013 - OMA’s design for a new bridge across the river Garonne in Bordeaux has been selected as one of two final competing projects by the city authorities. OMA’s stripped-down design for the Pont Jean-Jacques Bosc attempts to rethink the civic function and symbolism of a 21st century bridge.

Image Courtesy © OMA

  • Architects: OMA
  • Project: Pont Jean-Jacques Bosc international competition
  • Location: Bordeaux, France
  • Photography: OMA

Constantinos Kalisperas Uncut by Constantinos Kalisperas architectural studio

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Article source: Constantinos Kalisperas architectural studio

Constantinos Kalisperas’ approach, either in architecture or in design, involves the fundamental principle of coincidentia oppositorum, i.e. seeking unity through the coincidence of opposites: above with below, inside with outside, negative with positive, infinite with finite, a principle that has defined both western and eastern way of thinking since antiquity.

Image Courtesy © Constantinos Kalisperas architectural studio

Sor Duilio, restaurant, fish market by Davide Coluzzi architect

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Article source: Davide Coluzzi architect 

The idea is to combine the activity of selling fresh fish to retail and restaurant.

The concept is based on the combination of elements that evoke the sea, as in a boat that floats surrounded by sea and fish scales.

Image Courtesy © Davide Coluzzi architect

HOUSE S in Klagenfurt-St. Martin, Austria by Smertnik Kraut Architekten

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Article source: Smertnik Kraut Architekten

The building results by the aim of the couple to alter the way of lifestyle and location after the children are grown up and moved out. The estate is located in a rural village near of the lake “Wörthersee” which became a part of the city during the time in cause of urban expansion. The estate isn’t visible by the street area and is only accessible by a narrow, lightly rising access road.

Image Courtesy © Andrew Phelps

  • Architects: Smertnik Kraut Architekten
  • Project: HOUSE S
  • Location: Klagenfurt-St. Martin, Austria
  • Photography: Andrew Phelps
  • Typology: Residential
  • Area: 356 sqm
  • Site Area: 1.639 sqm
  • Year: 2008-2009
  • Design & Project Team: Johannes Kraut, Wolfgang Hausladen

Clienia Klinik in Littenheid, Schwitzerland by dan pearlman GmbH

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Article source: dan pearlman GmbH

Lino Castle …

A castle offers protection, every kid knows that! This is especially true for “Lino Castle,” because in this case it concerns the psychiatric child and adolescent clinic at the Clienia clinic village in Littenheid in Eastern Switzerland. Here children and adolescents with depression, fear of school, ADHS, borderline disorders and traumas are treated – here they find help, safety and protection.

Image Courtesy © Guido Leifhelm

  • Architects: dan pearlman GmbH
  • Project: Clienia Klinik
  • Location: Littenheid, Schwitzerland
  • Photography: Guido Leifhelm
  • Client: Clienia Klinik Littenheid
  • Contact Person Client: Dieter Rung (division manager care and pedagogy)
  • Opening Date: 21th of August 2012
  • Size: 5 wards (ca. 1.915 sqm)
  • Designer: Volker Katschinski (Spatial Concept), Jork Andre Dieter (Communication Concept)
  • Project Participants: Knoblauch Productions GmbH (construction and implementation of the concept), PeachBeach Szamosi Wunderlich GbR (Illustration)

Peanuts in Hiroshima, Japan by UID Architects

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Article source: UID Architects

One circle is the completed form because it has strong centripetal characteristics. However, overlapping two circles changes the form that has various vectors and is not centripetal. It is that it becomes the space that does not prescribe the domain as various places to stay, and it is connected to the environment gently. I expect that babies bring up sensitivity in this architecture because “Peanut” is not completed form by the same token and is a plant bearing fruit in soil.

Image Courtesy © Hiroshi Ueda

  • Architects: UID Architects
  • Project: Peanuts
  • Location: Hiroshima,Japan
  • Photography: Hiroshi Ueda
  • Consultants: Konishi Structural Engineers – Yasutaka Konishi , Takeshi Kaneko, structural;, Toshiya Ogino Environment Design Office –, Toshiya Ogino
  • General contractor: Home Co. Ltd.-Kakuta Hiroki, Katsufumi Ichikawa, Atsuhiro Masuda
  • Structural system: wood structure
  • Used materials: concrete, wooden flooring (flooring)wooden board(wall), structural plywood(ceiling)
  • Site area: 1,501.81㎡
  • Built area: 118.74㎡
  • Total floor area: 118.74㎡
  • Date of completion: March, 2012

Corix Water Systems by Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

Article source: Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

This 78,000sf steel frame and concrete tilt panel facility provides manufacturing, warehouse and office space for the tenant, Corix Water Systems and Utilities.

Designed in response to a significantly sloping site, the main entrance and office floor is raised above the street level permitting a high quality of street-front expression while maintaining a low profile consistent with the neighbourhood context.

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

The entrance plaza and canopy, detailed in concrete, steel, glass and cedar dominate the visual expression of the street-front elevation and set a tone that is more professional in appearance than industrial as one would expect in a development of this type. Adjacent to the entry canopy, a carefully considered composition of glazed slot monitor windows complete the street front elevation, permitting natural light to the warehouse and breaking down the scale of the street-facing north wall. The varied roof lines of these elements helps to further reduce the scale and visual bulk that is typical in industrial warehouse buildings.

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Below the office level is the Shop Floor, anchored by a 17,000sf manufacturing shop, contractor warehouse, storage warehouse, offices and grade level access to loading and receiving bays at the south and east yards. Adjacent to the central circulation and elevator core, a suite of feature spaces including testing labs, assembly rooms and geothermal centre are arranged to facilitate tours and to showcase the varied products and systems manufactured by Corix.

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Herge Museum in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium by Christian de Portzamparc

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

Article source: Christian de Portzamparc

Fanny Rodwell wanted to create a museum intended for the work of her husband, Hergé, the Belgian creator of The Adventures of Tintin. Christian de Portzamparc designed it as strong architecture, space of surprises, events and colors. The route is an almost narrative sequence, prolonging the art of the « ligne claire » style and the color, in a space-tribute in the invention of Hergé and in the comic strip. Joost Swarte realized the museography inside rooms, which is not shown here.

Image Courtesy © Nicolas BOREL

  • Architects: Christian de Portzamparc
  • Project: Herge Museum
  • Location: Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
  • Photography: Nicolas BOREL, Christian de Portzamparc, Steve MUREZ
  • PROGRAM: Cultural facilities accommodating a museum dedicated to Hergé, as well as permanent and temporary exhibitions areas, a video projection room, a cafeteria, shops, studios, storehouses and administrative premises.
  • CLIENT: La Croix de l’Aigle SA, Fanny et Nick Rodwell, Studios Hergé
  • Client representatives: INCA – Walter de Toffol
  • MUSEOGRAPHY: Joost Swarte
  • SURFACE: 3,600 sq.m.
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