Friday, July 19th, 2013
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
RELATED COMPANIES COMMISSIONS ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS TO DESIGN BOUTIQUE RESIDENTIAL CONDOMINIUM ON THE HIGH LINE AT 520 WEST 28TH STREET
Development Marks First Project in New York City for Internationally Acclaimed UK Architect Related Companies, New York’s premier residential developer, today announced that it has commissioned world renowned Zaha Hadid Architects to design a boutique condominium adjacent to the High Line at 520 West 28th Street in Chelsea just south of Hudson Yards. The 11-story residential development will mark Hadid’s first commission in New York City, leaving an indelible mark on the High Line’s architecture map and continuing Related’s storied history of partnering with world-class architects and designers.
Image Courtesy © Zaha Hadid Architects
- Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects
- Project: RESIDENTIAL CONDOMINIUM on 520 West 28th Street
- Location: New York City, U.S.A
Thursday, July 18th, 2013
Article source: Rosales + Partners
An elegant and slender steel cable stayed pedestrian bridge was built as part of the Revere Transit Facility and Streetscape Project. It has become an important link to historic Revere Beach, America’s first public beach, established in 1896. The main span of the bridge is 107’ (32.5m) and the overall length is 151’ (46m).
Image Courtesy © Rosales + Partners
- Architects: Rosales + Partners
- Project: Christina and John Markey Memorial Pedestrian Bridge
- Location: Revere, Massachusetts, USA
- Type: Cable-Stayed Bridge
- Services: Conceptual and Preliminary Design
- Cost: $1.8 Million
- Completion Date: 2012
Tuesday, July 16th, 2013
Article source: Studio H:T Architecture
This urban infill project juxtaposes a tall, slender curved circulation space against a rectangular living space. The tall curved metal wall was a result of bulk plane restrictions and the need to provide privacy from the public decks of the adjacent three story triplex.
Image Courtesy © Raul Garcia
- Architects: Studio H:T Architecture
- Project: Shield House
- Location: Denver, Colorado, USA
- Photography: Raul Garcia
- Project Completion: 2010
- Building Area: 3,250 sqft
Friday, July 12th, 2013
Article source: MOMENT FACTORY
Moment Factory was commissioned by Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) to work in collaboration with Marcela Sardi of Sardi Design and Mike Rubin of MRA International as the executive multimedia content producer for seven iconic media features at the New Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The result is the largest immersive multimedia system of any airport in the Americas. Our team created four hours of original video content, as well as multiple interactive capsules, using the latest in high-resolution imaging, 3D effects and even technologies that react directly to people’s movements and real-time airport information. Although the terminal was unveiled today, it will open to the public only late August or early September.
Image Courtesy © MOMENT FACTORY
- Architects: MOMENT FACTORY
- Project: Los Angeles International Airport
- Location: California, United States
Friday, July 12th, 2013
Article source: nbbj
Brigham and Women’s Hospital yesterday broke ground on the Brigham Building for the Future, a 620,000-square-foot translational research and clinical facility designed by NBBJ.
The 11-story Brigham Building for the Future, located on the hospital’s Longwood campus,will house eight floors of research laboratories, three floors of clinics, a state-of-the-art imaging facility, social spaces, and a 400-car garage, along with associated site improvements.
The 11-story project includes site improvements and integrates with the existing circulation system of the hospital campus, Image Courtesy © nbbj
- Architects: nbbj
- Project: Brigham and Women’s Hospital
- Location: BOSTON
- Software used: Revit 2012 for BIM documentation, as well as AutoCAD, Sketchup, and Adobe Creative Suite
Thursday, July 11th, 2013
Article source: Kutch & Company
McCarthy Building Companies, Inc., one of the nation’s premier healthcare builders, has begun construction of the new 74,000-square-foot Heart and Vascular Center at Grossmont Hospital, located at 5555 Grossmont Center Drive in La Mesa, Calif.
McCarthy was retained by the Grossmont Healthcare District (GHD), with CEO Barry Jantz and the publicly elected GHD board members providing oversight. Sharp HealthCare is the operator of Grossmont Hospital through a 30-year lease that was executed with the District in 1991.
Proposition G, a $247 million bond measure approved by voters of the East County region in June 2006, is funding the project, budgeted at $26,325,383 in construction costs. As proposed in the hospital’s Facilities Master Site Plan, Prop. G is funding several other infrastructure construction improvements at the publicly owned hospital, which opened in 1955.
Image Courtesy © KMD Architects
- Architects: KMD Architects
- Project: Grossmont Hospital Heart and Vascular Center
- Location: La Mesa, California
Tuesday, July 9th, 2013
Article source: Frank Harmon Architect PA
The house was designed primarily for one person who had three specific requirements: (1) she wanted “something dramatic;” (2) She wanted to feel “as if I’m living in the trees;” and (3) she wanted the house to be utterly devoid of unnecessary ornamentation to the point that she could see the marks of construction, from exposed bolts to the “unfinished” ceiling structure.
Image Courtesy © Timothy Hursley
- Architects: Frank Harmon Architect PA
- Project: Strickland-Ferris Residence
- Location: Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
- Photography: Exteriors by Timothy Hursley and Jeffrey Jacobs; Interiors by Jim Schmid
- Project Team: Frank Harmon, FAIA, Sarah Queen, project manager
- Interior Design: Lynda Strickland (home owner)
- Completion Date: 2005
2005 AIA NC Merit Award
2006 AIA Triangle Honor Award
2009 Custom Home Magazine Design Award, Gold Award
- Software used: Powercadd for Mac
Friday, June 28th, 2013
Article source: ikon.5 architects
The State University of New York at New Paltz needed to expand its 1970 Student Union building by providing informal gathering spaces for students. The existing Student Union building was designed as an isolated cellular office building and did not have space for student collaboration or congregation. In addition, the University wished to change the overall appearance and presentation of the existing building which conveyed an uninspired institutionally functional appearance at the gateway to the university.
Evening view of Commons from plaza deck illustrating the structural tube stress skin, Image Courtesy © Peter Mauss/Esto
- Architects: ikon.5 architects
- Project: The State University of New York
- Location: New Paltz, New York
- Software used: Auto Cad 2008
Friday, June 28th, 2013
Article source: METALAB Architecture + Fabrication
This project for the Aurora Picture Show, a non-profit media arts center that presents artist-made, non-commercial film and video, serves as an indoor/outdoor screening space serving the surrounding community. Positioned within the Menil campus behind a gray bungalow, the Aurora Picture Show has the option of showing both indoor and outdoor screenings.
Image Courtesy © METALAB Architecture + Fabrication
Friday, June 28th, 2013
Article source: Bestor Architecture
This house in Topanga Canyon rests on an incredible site with a view and rolling hills and meadows all around. With the site’s grade change we could separate the guest house and garage building from the main house by simply shifting the footprint downhill a bit, with the house more nestled in the hill. We created a promenade from the garage down a formal staircase and into the main view before taking a right towards the front door entry pavilion.
Living room, kitchen, stairway to 2nd floor, Image Courtesy © Bestor Architecture