Archive for the ‘Art Gallery’ Category
Wednesday, February 8th, 2017
Article source: m3architecture
This project transforms an iconic outback Queensland pub into stage 1 of a cultural and tourism hub. The building contains an information centre, history room, a commercial tenancy, and sets out the shell for an art gallery.
Image Courtesy © m3architecture
- Architects: m3architecture
- Project: The Globe Hotel
- Location: Barcaldine, Queensland, Australia
Wednesday, February 8th, 2017
Article source: MX Taller de Arquitectura & Diseño
PANDEA is a space designed to serve as platform for artists and designers in Puebla; located in Sonata District, one of the fastest growing & modern zones of the city.
The architectural design was developed simultaneously with the visual identity of the pavilion in order to achieve a global concept, which transmits constant movement & modernity, projected in a versatile space with intense color and subtle polygonal applications.
Pavilion façade, Image Courtesy © Diana Arnau
Saturday, January 14th, 2017
Article source: Gottesman-Szmelcman Architecture
Gottesman-Szmelcman Architecture unveils the new and third physical space for Gordon Gallery, one of Israel’s leading art institutions, located in Tel Aviv. The 165-square meter contemporary art space was transformed from the ruins of a warehouse on the fringe of the city and extends the burgeoning south Tel Aviv art scene into the industrial neighborhood bordering Jaffa.
Image Courtesy © Elad Sarig
Sunday, December 11th, 2016
Article source: Max von Werz Architect
After 30 years in a turn-of-the-century Porfirian villa, the contemporary art gallery OMR decided to move to a new location. The design strategy was to preserve the existing brutalist building as much as possible, adjusting some interior details so as to bring out the character of the building and transform it into a generous exhibition space. A vertical one story extension accommodates all back-of-house functions. The result is a sober project that amplifies the character of the original building whilst preparing it for a new cultural life without resorting to the international conventions of the sterile white cube.
Image Courtesy © Rory Gardiner
- Architects: Max von Werz Architect (Mateo Riestra, José Arnaud-Bello & Max von Werz)
- Project: OMR Art Gallery
- Location: Calle Cordoba 100, Colonia Roma Norte, 06700 Mexico City
- Photography: Rory Gardiner
- Collaborators / team: Javier Moctezuma & Oriam Morales
- Construction: Cantiliver
- Structural engineering: Ricardo Camacho / DECSA
- Service engineering: Taller 2m
- Built surface area: 455 m2
- Date: 2016 (February)
Thursday, December 8th, 2016
Article source: 1:1 arquitetura:design
The “Morada Sáinz” is essentially an Authorial Space, it’s design contains elements that inspire the couple of Architects; Eduardo Sáinz and Lilian G Sáinz.
This is the first exhibition in Casa Cor, Brasília.
The boutique studio 1:1 arquitetura:design created a 120 square meters of loft, aimed for people who loves the minimalist life style, surrounded by art and any reference of their own memories: “we created a space that works perfectly for us, a sample of the must important elements in our home, almost living inside an Art Gallery.
Image Courtesy © 1:1 arquitetura:design
Friday, November 11th, 2016
Article source: CORE Architects Inc.
12 degrees was designed as an urban infill project, fitting into the context of a mixed use residential area where the city block has buildings that include both the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Ontario College of Art and Design.
Given the artistic nature of the city block, the design became a playful exercise in massing and an anchor to the south-west corner of the block. The design can be read as analogous to the stacking of toy blocks, with one of the blocks skewed at 12 degrees from the others.
Image Courtesy © CORE Architects Inc.
- Architects: CORE Architects Inc.
- Project: 12 Degrees
- Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Software used: REVIT and AutoCad
Wednesday, September 7th, 2016
Article source: nARCHITECTS, PLLC
Switch Building is a 7 storey apartment and art gallery building at 109 Norfolk Street in the Lower East Side, New York City. The building consists of four floor-through apartments, a duplex penthouse, and a double height art gallery on the ground and cellar levels. nARCHITECTS provided full architectural services for the project, including all interior design.
Image Courtesy © Frank Oudeman
- Architects: nARCHITECTS, PLLC
- Project: Switch Building
- Location: 109 Norfolk Street, New York City, USA
- Photography: Frank Oudeman
- Software used: Rhino and AutoCAD
- Client: 109 Norfolk, LLC
- Design Team: Eric Bunge, Mimi Hoang (Partners), Daniela Zimmer (Project Architect), Jorge Pereira, Takuya Shinoda
- Engineer: Sharon Engineering
- Area: 14,500sf (Art Gallery: 2,700sf + Apartments: 8,225sf (4 units at 1,500sf + penthouse at 2,225sf)
- Completion: 2004 – 2007
Friday, August 12th, 2016
Article source: Fcc arquitectura
Of the need for an exhibition space came the “MATO – Art Gallery”, next to Paulo Neves sculptor’s atelier.
Looking for inspiration in their own work of the sculptor, the organic design mirrors the trace of Paulo Neves. Whole body develops without straight surfaces. As if a strange animal has born on site, mixed with the surrounding vegetation.
Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra | FG+SG
- Architects: Fcc arquitectura
- Project: Mato
- Location: Cucujães, Oliveira de Azeméis, Portugal
- Photography: Fernando Guerra | FG+SG
- Software used: Autocad, Revit, Photoshop
- Main contractor: Vieira Construções
- Structure: Serralharia M. Peixoto & Aires
- Plasterboard: Jonitecto
- Exterior coating: Revesnunes
- Tint: Lacca
- Construction area: 48 m²
- Project: Dec. 2011
- Starts of works: May 2012
- End works: Jun 2012
Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016
Article source: idA buehrer wuest architekten sia ag
The living and business house was built in 1893 and accommodates six 3.5-room apartments, an art gallery in the ground floor and a motorcycle workshop in the basement.
The dwelling levels are fully refurbished. The formerly North and street orientated living-/dining room is now facing the quiet south. The floor plan, which was divided into small sections with entrée, bathroom and kitchen, is now dissolved. A new infrastructure box with bathroom and kitchen is added and is spliting the loft like room in entrance, living and dining area.
Image Courtesy © Valentin Jeck
- Architects: idA buehrer wuest architekten sia ag
- Project: BSZ . Reconstruction of a Townhouse with New Steel Balconies
- Location: Zürich, Switzerland
- Photography: Valentin Jeck
- Steelconstruction: Tuchschmid AG
- Completion: 2016
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