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Wal-Chong Art Gallery in Jeju Island, South Korea by Davide Macullo Architects

Sunday, May 17th, 2015

Article source: Davide Macullo Architects

Wal-Chong Museum is not a work of architecture but a translation into a built landscape of the work of contemporary Korean artist Lee Wal-Chong. The much discussed theme of the boundaries between art and architecture and the collaboration between artists and architects, finds in this work an answer as simple as it is effective.

Image Courtesy © Park YoungChae

Image Courtesy © Park YoungChae

  • Architects: Davide Macullo Architects
  • Project: Wal-Chong Art Gallery
  • Location: Jeju Island, South Korea
  • Photography: Park YoungChae
  • Client: Lee Wal Chong
  • Works/site supervision: Gana construction Co/Ko DongYun
  • Structural engineer: Jung HyunGoo
  • Building engineer: Yoon EungGi, No YoungMan (more…)

Fan Zeng Art Gallery in Jiangsu, China by Original Design Studio

Sunday, April 5th, 2015

Article source: Original Design Studio

Fan Zeng art gallery is built for exhibition, communication, research and collection of the calligraphy, paintings and poetries, which is created by master Fan Zeng and the Fan Family in Nantong city.

Image Courtesy © Yao li, Su Shengliang

Image Courtesy © Yao li, Su Shengliang

  • Architects: Original Design Studio
  • Project: Fan Zeng Art Gallery
  • Location: Nantong University, Nantong, Jiangsu Province, China
  • Photography: Yao li, Su Shengliang
  • Architects In Charge: Zhang Ming, Zhang Zi, Li Xuefeng, Sun Jialong, Zhang Zhiguang, Su Ting
  • Design Company: The Architectural Design and Research Institute of Tongji University Original Design Studio
  • Investor: Nantong University
  • Area: 7028㎡
  • Construction Time: 2014.9
  • Design Time: 2010.11——2013.1

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PACE GALLERY in New York by HS2 ARCHITECTURE

Sunday, March 8th, 2015

Article source: HS2 ARCHITECTURE 

Pace Gallery’s 510 West 25th Street property is a one-story 4,000 sf conversion of a derelict automotive garage into a sleek, minimal art gallery. With twenty-foot ceilings and four new skylights, HS2/Bill Katz Studios created a large exhibition space with plentiful but controlled diffuse daylight. The complete renovation involved all new infrastructure, mechanical, electrical, lighting and fire protection.

Image Courtesy © Rafael Gamo /  HS2 Architecture

Image Courtesy © Rafael Gamo / HS2 Architecture

  • Architects: HS2 ARCHITECTURE 
  • Project: PACE GALLERY
  • Location: 508 + 510 West 25th Street New York, NY, US
  • Photography: Rafael Gamo
  • Design Consultant: Bill Katz Studios
  • Principal-in-Charge: Thomas Hut, HS2 Architecture
  • Project Architect: Timothy McQuestion, HS2 Architecture
  • Structural Engineer: Robert Silman Assocaites
  • Consulting Engineer (M/E/P): Irwin Associates
  • Environmental Engineer: Tenen
  • Environmental Consulting Geotechnical Engineer: Carlin Simpson and Associates
  • Square Footage: 8,000SF
  • Year: 2012

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FINE ARTS MUSEUM in Badajoz, Spain by Estudio Arquitectura Hago

Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

Article source: Estudio Arquitectura Hago

The backbone of the architectural strategy for the extension project of the Fine Arts Museum in Badajoz is meant to regain an Identity: a new built environment (Architecture) that interacts with the urban context (City) through its cultural content (Museum).

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

  • Architects: Estudio Arquitectura Hago
  • Project: FINE ARTS MUSEUM
  • Location: Badajoz, Spain
  • Photography: Fernando Alda
  • Team: Antonio Álvarez-Cienfuegos Rubio & Emilio Delgado Martos, architects.
  • Structural design: Andrés Rubio Morán, Juan Ruiz & Eliseo Pérez
  • Facilities engineer: Carlos Úrculo Cámara, Úrculo Ingenieros & Luis Fernández Conejero
  • Quantity Surveyor: Carlos Rubio Manso, José Luis Gómez Morillo & Manuel Trenado
  • Collaborators: Ignacio Herreros, Javier Bachiller & Iago Sánchez
  • Area: 3.298,39 m2

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Door 19 in Moscow, Russia by ArtKvartal

Friday, October 24th, 2014

Pop-up club Door19 is a restaurant, modern art gallery and a pre-party bar at the same time. The club, situated on the last floor of ArtHouse on the 19 Serebryanicheskaya emb., will bring the epicenter of Moscow’s cultural and gastronomic life in the area of the future ArtKvartal on the Yauza river for the second time this year.

Image Courtesy © ArtKvartal

Image Courtesy © ArtKvartal

  • Architects: ArtKvartal
  • Project: Door 19
  • Location: Moscow, Russia

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The Sun Totems by Michael Jantzen

Friday, October 10th, 2014

Article source: Michael Jantzen

Sun Totems are public art sculptures that generate electricity from the sun for the communities in which they are installed, and at the same time function as public gathering places. The steel structures are constructed from a prefabricated modular design, which allows for a great deal of size, shape, and color variations. The sculptures can be placed almost anywhere since they are assembled onto a prefabricated circular concrete foundation pad. Each of the sculptures are fitted with varying numbers of photovoltaic panels that convert sun light into electricity, which is sent into the local power grid. Seats are also formed into the base of each of the sculptures.

Image Courtesy © Michael Jantzen

Image Courtesy © Michael Jantzen

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The Lime Barn in Gotland, Sweden by Skälso Arkitekter

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

Article source:  Skälso Arkitekter

The Bungenäs Lime Barn was built as a part of the former lime stone quarry in 1910.Its two brick ovens make it one of the most characteristic buildings in the area of Bungenas. It played a very important role for the lime stone industry;After the stone was burnt in the tall ovens, it was stored in the barn before shipping.

Image Courtesy © Anna Sundström

Image Courtesy © Anna Sundström

  • Architects: Skälso Arkitekter
  • Project: The Lime Barn
  • Location: Gotland, Sweden
  • Photography: Anna Sundström
  • Year: 2013
  • Client: BungenäsKalkbrott AB

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OSU Postal Plaza Gallery in Stillwater, Oklahoma by Elliott + Associates Architects

Friday, April 4th, 2014

Article source: Elliott + Associates Architects

Vision Statement: The vision for the Postal Plaza Project is to create a place for the display of art; a place to safely and appropriately store art; and a place for the education of students of Oklahoma State University and the citizens of Stillwater and Oklahoma.

The southeast corner of the historic post office building now transformed into the Postal Plaza Gallery for Oklahoma State University. The budget only permitted us to do minor improvements to the exterior., Image Courtesy © Scott McDonald

  • Architects: Elliott + Associates Architects
  • Project: OSU Postal Plaza Gallery
  • Location: Stillwater, Oklahoma, U.S.A
  • Photography: Scott McDonald
  • Completed: October 4, 2013
  • Scope: 16,000 sq. ft.
  • Cost: $3.7M

Gary Tatintsian Gallery in Moscow, Russia by SPEECH

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

Article source: SPEECH

The Gary Tatintsian Gallery, which opened in Moscow in 2005, after its founder moved to Russia, has acquired new premises, which are developed by the design bureau, SPEECH. In his work, the gallery owner emphasizes new art media formats, as well as photography and conceptual design, with clear allusions to the ideas, forms of constructivism, and the avant-garde of the last century. The interior of the new gallery was created with regard to and under the influence of these art and architecture trends.

Image Courtesy © SPEECH

  • Architects: SPEECH
  • Project: Gary Tatintsian Gallery
  • Location: Moscow, Russia

DRIFTING ART LAND in London, UNITED-KINGDOM by HOLDUP Architecture

Saturday, February 15th, 2014

Article source: HOLDUP Architecture

Hard to assess in urban term, the river claims the birth of the city while staying detached from it by its particular identity: ubiquitous as a spine, yet barely passable by inhabitants. Inserted in the Thames, undefined as a plot (central but distant), the drifting island embodies a favored observatory by proposing an alternative reality of London. Visitors are given the chance to experience and sense water in an elaborated architecture that merges and exchanges with its environment, like any living organism would unassumingly do.

Image Courtesy © HOLDUP Architecture

  • Architects: HOLDUP Architecture
  • Project: DRIFTING ART LAND
  • Location: London, UNITED-KINGDOM
  • TYPOLOGY: Floating art gallery
  • FLOOR AREA: 450sqm
  • STATUS: Competition entry
  • COMPLETION: June 2008
  • CONDITION: Open competition
  • EVENT: Arquitectum
  • TEAM: Engineering : GMGB
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