Archive for the ‘Art Studio’ Category
Wednesday, January 21st, 2015
Article source: KZ Architecture
An artist’s studio addition to an existing home serves as a catalyst to transform a back yard into a series of terraced outdoor rooms, pulling an indoor lifestyle out into the subtropical climate.
Image Courtesy © Robin Hill
- Architects: KZ Architecture
- Project: Lakewood Art Studio
- Photography: Robin Hill
- Software used: Revit
Saturday, November 1st, 2014
Article source: Curime Batliner
The piece, “Design Miami” was an investigation into the design and fabrication of aggregated assemblies and was intended from its initial design stage to be shown as a concept piece at Design Miami.
Image Courtesy © Curime Batliner
- Architects: Curime Batliner
- Project: Design Miami
- Material Description: 3D CNC milled wall piece with ABS and pouder printed inlets / Matte white finish
- Exhibit: Johnson Trading Gallery / Booth Aranda Lasch @ Design Miami
- People / Organizations:
- Design: Curime Batliner, Stephan Sobl
- Collaborators: Benjamin Aranda , Chris Lasch
Saturday, February 22nd, 2014
Article source: Utopus studio
Overview Overlooking the scenic Accabonac Creek, our challenge was to renovate and add a pavilion to a recently built residence. In dialogue with the client, a program was developed to extend the residence to include a new indoor spa and art studio and to add a new Pool Pavilion facing the serene waterfront.
Image Courtesy © Utopus studio
- Architects: Utopus studio
- Project: East Hampton Pool Pavilion and Art Studio
- Location: New York, USA
- Software used: Rhino and Photoshop.
- Date: Winter 2013
- Client: Private Client
- Area: 3,500 Sq. feet
Thursday, December 5th, 2013
Article source: ARCHITECTURAMA
Artist workshops and layout
Regular visitors of the Symposium of Contemporary Art of Baie-Saint-Paul, ARCHITECTURAMA conducted in 2010 a conceptual study demonstrating the potential for improving the physical layout of the event located in the municipal arena. Summarizing the deficiencies and opportunities, the study was made on a voluntary basis. In 2011, the study was used by the museum to apply for subsidy. A mandate to carry out the project for the 30th anniversary edition followed.
Image Courtesy © James Brittain Photography
- Architects: ARCHITECTURAMA
- Project: SYMPOSIUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
- Location: BAIE-SAINT-PAUL, Canada
- Photography: James Brittain Photography, MACBSP / Gabriel Lajournade
- Typology: Exhibition and workshop
- Year designed: 2010-2012
- Year built: 2012
- Client: Musée d’art contemporain de Baie-Saint-Paul
- Structural engineer: Laro Experts-Conseil, Louis Larouche ingénieur
- Architectural carpentry: Les Ateliers la Cire-Constance
- Foam funiture: Nordesco inc.
- Steel plates: Mécanique Marius Gagné inc.
- Cardboard boxes: Norampac
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp and Infographic softwares
Wednesday, October 30th, 2013
Article source: 1024 Architecture
1024 architecture (Pierre Schneider and François Wunschel), has designed 24 Lines, an art installation serving as the entrance hall and café for the art centre La Panacée that opened on 22nd June in the middle of Montpellier, on the site of the former Royal College of Medicine. Comprising an oxidized metal structure, bichromated assembly collars, wood and flexible neon lights, 24 Lines is an original work of art, a luminous and organic sculpture, bordering the different areas and functions of the art centre as well as offering a friendly environment conducive to meeting, discussion or a break.
Image Courtesy © Brice Pelleschi
- Architects: 1024 Architecture
- Project: 24 LINES
- Location: Montpellier, France
- Photography: Brice Pelleschi
- Artistic designers: Pierre Schneider and François Wunschel
- Associated architect: Stéphanie Grimard
- Project management: Alban Mallet
- Structure – lighting – bar furniture: SIRC
- Room furniture: Ciguë
- Upholstery: Sidonie Lelièvre
- Production: La Panacée, centre for art and contemporary culture – Ville de
Tuesday, June 4th, 2013
Article source: Moussafir Architectes
The project is part of a larger urban program aimed at regenerating underprivileged neighborhoods in Northern Paris. The action plan developed in close cooperation between the city, the local associations and the landlord included new and refurbished low-rent housing, as well as studios for artists and musicians.
Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly
- Architects: Moussafir Architectes
- Project: Tetris, Social Housing And Artist Studios
- Location: Paris, France
- Photography: Luc Boegly
- Design team: Jacques Moussafir with Alexis Duquennoy (architect project manager)
- Engineering: SIBAT
- Contractors: SRC
- Client: SIEMP (Société Immobilière à Economie Mixte de la Ville de Paris)
- Tenure (rent, purchase): low cost and very low cost apartment rental
- Site area: 449 m2 (132 m2 + 106 m2 + 211 m2)
- Building footprint: 293 m2 (79 m2 + 64 m2 + 150 m2)
- Total Gross Floor area: 794 m2 (218 m2 + 189 m2 + 387 m2)
- Usage: housing 86% (9 apartments), artist studios 14% (3 artist studios)
- Total number of dwellings:
1-bedroom apartments: 2
2-bedroom apartments: 5
3-bedroom apartments: 2
- Cost: 1.460.000 € excluding VAT (as of 2008)
- Design phase: August 2004 – July 2006
- Demolition: January – March 2008
- Construction: November 2008 – June 2010
- Materials: concrete masonry, plaster, lime stucco, wood
- Software used: Autocad for the 2D drawings and Autocad or Sketchup for the 3D
Tuesday, May 14th, 2013
Article source: Hanrahan Meyers Architects
Bridge-Studio is a new artist studio building in Easton, Pennsylvania, designed for a couple who are both artists and gallery owners in New York City. Bridge-Studio houses a painting studio for the husband on the east side, and a writing studio on the west side. An open air breezeway runs through the center of Bridge-Studio, connecting back to the site with an entry ramp to the north. Bridge-Studio is entered by walking up the entry ramp, into the open breezeway overlooking the Delaware River, approximately 120 feet below the site.
Image Courtesy Hanrahan Meyers Architects
Saturday, November 24th, 2012
Article source: de Architekten Cie.
The Dadong Arts Center is located in Kaohsiung, the economic center of southern Taiwan. Before the opening of Chinato foreign markets,Taiwan was the leading economy of the region. Towns developed into a generic industrial city fabric without adequate public spaces. Currently, the strong brand of ‘Made in Taiwan’ is in the process of being restored to its former glory. The cities urgently need pleasant urban space to help regenerating inner-city districts. Therefore, the Dadong Arts Center is conceived in the first place as a new public domain, setting new high standards for the level of urban comfort.
Image Courtesy Mr Ke
- Architects: de Architekten Cie. + Malone Chang & Yu-Lin Chen
- Project: Dadong Art Center
- Location: Kaohsiung, Taiwan
- Photography: Branimir Medic, Mr Ke
- Client: Kaohsiung City Government
- Project Team: V. Ulrich, T. Cheng, C. Hayman, J. Lee, L. Cvetko, H. Gladys, C. Eickelberg, M. A. Rival, A. van Gelderen, R. Garritsen
- Structural Engineer: Arup Amsterdam + Tien-Hun Engineering Consultant Inc.
- Acoustics Consultant: Peutz & Associates + Gade & Mortensen Akustikk + Prof. Wei/Hwa Chiang NTUST
- Environment Technology Consultant: Hander Engineering & Construction Inc. + I.S. Lin & Associates
Friday, November 9th, 2012
Article source: WSDG
An entrepreneur with a wide range of music business interests, Irwin Kornfeld has sparked new awareness for the eighty-year-old Westchester County Center. A major upgrade of the facility’s acoustics, coupled with a state of the art sound system, has landed the WCC and its new “Pepe Infiniti Concert Series” on the radar of booking agents and performing artists seeking viable venues for tri-state concert dates. The series’ launch featured The Beach Boys in concert in mid-May, nearly fifty years after their first WCC gig. The Johnny Winter Band and Edgar Winter Group, Boston, Il Volo, Whoopie Goldberg, Aretha Franklin and others are booked through November.
Image Courtesy Andrew Stein Videography
- Project: Westchester County Center – Revitalized Acoustics
- Location: White Plains, New York
- Photos by: Andrew Stein Videography
- Software used:
- Revit – for acoustic detailing package
- CATT-Acoustic – for acoustic modeling
- WinFlag – to find absorption coefficients for lapendary panels
- Proprietary WSDG RT60 Calculator – for internal room acoustic calculations
- B&K P48 mic with a type 4007 capsule – for initial site RT60 acoustic measurements
- Note: The tricky part in this project was to find the optimum amount of ceiling panels that fit within the budget range. CATT-Acoustic helped accomplish this.
Thursday, August 9th, 2012
Article source: Coates Design
The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art is not only the anchor tenant of the Island Gateway development, but it will soon become the cultural center of its community. Situated on a prominent corner of Bainbridge Island, Washington this building will provide an inspiring creative experience for residents and visitors alike with its collection of artworks from the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art will also feature special travelling exhibits from all over the world.
- Architects: Coates Design Architects
- Project: Bainbridge Island Art Museum
- Location: Bainbridge Island, WA
- Software used: Revit for design documentation