Archive for the ‘Art Gallery’ Category
Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
Article source: Hirokazu Suemitsu + Yoko Suemitsu / SUEP
This is a small art gallery in large camphor trees of a new park in Fukuoka. The structure of this gallery is a suspension system like a hammock in a forest. It’s floor and roof are both steel- concrete composite slabs hanged from the column walls between trees, which is an extension of its piles from the ground. The curved surface of the roof is a catenary shape following to a force of gravity. The suspended slab works to lead people from the park into this gallery, and suspended roof works to make shades on the inside of the gallery. People will appreciate arts of the gallery with comfort like in a hammock in the forest.
Image Courtesy © Kai Nakamura
Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015
Article source: ATELIER NUNO RIBEIRO
“We enter a space otherwise empty time, but full of memories, stories and livings of other times. Today remains, collects memories, modifies the look, brings together pieces and reassembles If a new life where the past, present and future go hand in hand . A bit like the Seventh Art.
Image Courtesy © ATELIER NUNO RIBEIRO
- Architects: ATELIER NUNO RIBEIRO
- Project: Movie theater for CASAPORTO 2015 – INTERIOR DESIGN EXHIBITION
- Location: Porto, Rua Nova da Alfândega, Portugal
- Decoration: Paula Franzini
Wednesday, December 16th, 2015
Article source: ARCH STUDIO
The project is located in Liulichang West St. in Hepingmen, Beijing. Liulichang is well known as a series of 2-storey traditional Chinese style housings with reinforced concrete structure and basements that sell various craftworks, artistry and antiques. They were built under the planning of the government about thirty years ago.
Image Courtesy © Wang Ning
- Architects: ARCH STUDIO
- Project: Folding Screen – Rongbaozhai Western Art Gallery
- Location: Liulichang, Beijing, China
- Photography: Wang Ning
- Design team: Han Wenqiang, Cong Xiao, Kong Lin
- Building area: 400m2
Saturday, December 12th, 2015
Article source: Manuela Tognoli Architettura
Portuense 201 is a cultural and creative district, based in an old farmer area built around 1910, behind the Trastevere Station, in the ex industrial area of Rome.
Image Courtesy © Manuela Tognoli
- Architects: Manuela Tognoli Architettura
- Project: PORTUENSE 201
- Location: Rome, Italy
- Photography: Manuela Tognoli
- Client: Private
- Program: Cultural district and offices
- Area: 550 mq + 290 mq outdoor
- Year: 2012 – 2014
Saturday, November 21st, 2015
Article source: Jun Murata / JAM
The site is located in the area near Yamato River in Osaka.
The existence building is in a corner of residential area.
The client is an owner of an antique shop with a gallery at the central area of Osaka.
This location is also near Kansai airport, is very convenient to him who often takes business trips.
The client was a foreigner, so it was difficult to build.
Image Courtesy © Jun Murata / JAM
- Architects: Jun Murata / JAM
- Project: Diamant – Glass Art Gallery & Residence
- Location: Osaka, Japan
- Software used: 3D studio max and Glasshopper
- Model: Nini, Weiwei
- Total Floor Area: 99.30 Sqm
- Site Area: 39.19sqm
- Completion: Nov. 2015
- Year: 2015
Friday, November 13th, 2015
Article source: MVRDV
Today the City Council of Rotterdam has given go-ahead for the realisation of Collectiegebouw, the public depot building for Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, at the envisioned location in Rotterdam’s Museumpark. With the art depot, which will be open to the public, Rotterdam creates a world premiere. The 14.000m2 depot is planned to open its doors in 2018.
MAIN VIEW ADD GREEN, Image Courtesy © MVRDV
- Architects: MVRDV
- Project: Art depot of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
- Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
Monday, September 7th, 2015
Article source: Architecture Discipline
Life in Delhi’s urban villages is defined by the two conflicting forces of exploding unregulated development and a dense inherited city grain. Defined by archaic laws that relied on a periphery demarcated by a red string (or Lal Dora), these ancient settlements are fast transforming into the city’s hip areas as cheap rents attract young entrepreneurs with big ideas and limited budgets. Adding to the mix is the general sense of lawlessness that pervades these areas, whether it is poor regulation of building bylaws or safety for establishments against theft and arson. Vibrant during the day, strong opaque shutters are drawn across show windows by night, further lending an air of desolation as the traditional residential population has slowly gentrified and moved out.
Image Courtesy © Jeetin Sharma
- Architects: Architecture Discipline
- Project: ART DISTRICT XIII
- Location: Delhi, India
- Photography: Jeetin Sharma
- Design Team: Akshat Bhatt, Nikhil Auluck, Nishant Malhotra
- Name of Client: Kapil Chopra
- Name of Client’s Firm: Art District Xiii
- Contact Person: Pooja Mishra
- Site Area (sqft&sq m): 1700 sq.f.t
- Built-Up Area (sqft&sq m): 2500 sq.ft.
- Start Date: Month Year: March 2014
- Completion Date: Month Year: April 2014
Sunday, August 23rd, 2015
Article source: D’Arcy Jones Architecture
A new commercial art gallery was carved from the shell of a derelict bulldozer repair shop in the old Finning industrial complex. The design process was more of an archaeological excavation than a traditional renovation, stripping away layers of grime to showcase the tough bones of the 1963 concrete block building.
Image Courtesy © D’Arcy Jones Architecture
- Architects: D’Arcy Jones Architecture
- Project: Monte Clark Gallery
- Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
- Software Used: Sketchup and Autocad.
Wednesday, August 5th, 2015
Article source: Patterson Architects Associates
The new Len Lye Centre in New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand, designed by
Patterson Architects Associates, opens as a combined art museum with the Govett-Brewster
Art Gallery on 25 July, 2015.
Image Courtesy © Patterson Architects Associates
Thursday, June 11th, 2015
Article source: MAR office
How can a multipurpose art gallery and bar compete and emerge in a well-established gallery circuit Which kind of experience can it offer?
These were the project’s starting points. The client’s brief was about a space that would accommodate both an art gallery – which could also work as a multifunctional space – and a bar.
Image Courtesy © Filippo Poli
- Architects: MAR office (Multiple Architecture and Research)
- Project: FILO ART BAR
- Location: Alzaia Naviglio Pavese 34, Milano, Italy
- Photography: Filippo Poli
- Team: Renato Juarez Corso, Paola Mongiu
- Graphic Design: Barbara Busatta and Dario Buzzini
- Main Contractor: GI Gestione Immobili
- Fitted wood furnishing: F.lii Brenna
- Inox furnishing: Starinox
- Structure: Viganò, Lanfranchi
- Mobile volume and engineering: G. Dentoni
- Lighting: IGuzzini, Droog Design
- Neon Sign: Neoncasale
- Free furniture: Calligaris, Furlani
- Program: Art Gallery and Bar, Total Area 173m2: 97m2 indoor + 76m2 outdoor
- Client: Private
- Status: Completed July 2012