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Glass bottling Plant Cristalchile in V Región, Chile by Guillermo Hevia

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

Article source: Guillermo Hevia

An undulating mantle making an analogy with the geographical area placed in favor of the predominant  winds. The use of multiple maintainable  technologies creates the suitable environment for working and production of glass bottling.

The project is a Glass Bottle Factory located to the north of Santiago, Chile, in an extremely windy valley surrounded by mountains, called Llay-Llay, which in the mapuche language means wind-wind.

Image Courtesy Guy Wenborne

  • Architects: Guillermo Hevia
  • Project: Glass bottling Plant Cristalchile
  • Location:  Ruta 5 Norte, Km. 85, Llay-Llay, V Región – Chile.
  • Collaborators: Francisco Carrión G.  Architect, Marcela Suazo M. Development / Cad
  • Bioclimate: Biotech Chile Consultores,   Jorge Ramirez F.
  • Area Surface: 270.000 M2
  • Building Area: 27.500  M2
  • Year: 2006
  • Building Materials: Steel, Serigraphiated Glass And Concrete.
  • Software used: Autocad, 3dmax, Cinema4D + Vray and TAS for bioclimatic evaluation

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Marquesa de Alorna School in Lisbon, Portugal by José Neves (designed using AutoCAD)

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Article source: José Neves

The existing Marquesa de Alorna School, designed by architect José Sobral Blanco in 1956, was one of the 50 schools built in Portugal according to the type promoted by the Construction Board for Secondary and Technical Education in the 1950’s. Like many of these schools, it had two main bodies, one containing the academic and administrative areas, the other containing the gym and cafeteria. The two bodies were linked by the main atrium of the school and the covered playground. In this instance, the set defined a patio surrounded by an amphitheatre-shaped slope with woods, the result from an excavation on the hillside to build the original school. The beauty of the patio has since been disfigured, as the covered playground was closed, cutting the visual relationship between the patio and the city, and as the slope was largely destroyed in order to allow the construction of a parking building owned by a bank.

View from the school courtyard from the new covered playground (Images Courtesy Laura Castro Caldas & Paulo Cintra)

  • Architect: José Neves
  • Name of Project: Marquesa de Alorna School
  • Location: Lisbon, Portugal
  • Photographs: Laura Castro Caldas & Paulo Cintra; João Dias
  • Client: Parque Escolar
  • Project year: 2007-2008
  • Software used: Autodesk AutoCAD 2008/2009

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Francisco De Arruda School in Lisbon, Portugal by José Neves (designed using AutoCAD)

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Article source: José Neves

It is a project within the “School Modernization Program” sponsored by the Parque Escolar, for a school originally designed by architect José António Pedroso in 1956. The three bodies that constitute the school  are situated on the hillside in the continuity of the Faculty of Agronomy fields, overlooking the district of Alcântara.

One arrives at the new atrium of the school after a brief walk through the garden (Images Courtesy Laura Castro Caldas & Paulo Cintra)

  • Architect: José Neves
  • Name of Project: Francisco De Arruda School
  • Location: Lisbon, Portugal
  • Client: Parque Escolar
  • Project year: 2008-2009
  • Photographs: Laura Castro Caldas & Paulo Cintra; João Morgado
  • Software used: Autodesk AutoCAD 2008/2009

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Albertina Passage in Vienna, Austria by Sohne &ampPartner Architekten

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Article source: Sohne & Partner Architekten

The main challenge at Albertina Passage was to recreate an abandoned pedestrian underpass at the very center of Vienna into a modern dinner club for up to 300 persons. Our target was to design a club that is suitable for an elegant dinner as well as for a big party night. Hence, the design includes live music, a restaurant and a lounge. Our idea was to include these functions in one concept.

Image Courtesy Severin Wurnig

  • Architects: Sohne & Partner Architekten
  • Project: Albertina Passage
  • Location:  Vienna, Austria
  • Photographer: Severin Wurnig
  • Software used: AutoCAD

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Secondary school in Gando with passive ventilation system in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso by Francis Kere Architecture (designed with AutoCAD and Rhino)

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Article source: Francis Kere Architecture

This school project in one of the world’s poorest countries aims to provide further education to the inhabitants of a rural area. Gando, with a population of 3000, has no secondary education facilities and lies on the southern plains of Burkina Faso, some 200km from the capital Ouagadougou. Diverse design aspects of the project consider the challenging weather conditions where summer temperatures peak at 40°C.

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  • Architect: Francis Kere Architecture
  • Name of Project: Secondary school in Gando with passive ventilation system
  • Location: Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
  • Software used: Autocad and Rhino

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Chilexpress in Santiago, Chile by Guillermo Hevia

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Article source: Guillermo Hevia

Two volumes with different  program, format  and  materiality are articulated by a social meeting space contained by the buildings of this courier company. Analogy of code bars and the use of corporate colors are  expressed as light, color and transparencies  lines

An horizontal three stories offices  building made of reinforced concrete at sight , coated with glass curtain walls, looking as a suspended skin which changes according to daylight and the observation point. At night, it becomes a lighted surface that seems to float in darkness.

Chilexpress

  • Architects: Guillermo Hevia
  • Project: Chilexpress
  • Location: Av. J. J. Pérez 1376, Parque ENEA,  Santiago   (R.M.)
  • Category: Corporate Building
  • Collaborators: Francisco Carrión G, Marcela Suazo M.
  • Technical Collaborators: Alfonso Pacheco, DE MUSSY  Ltda., INVAL Ltda., HUNTER DOUGLAS, GLASSTECH S.A., OPENDARK  S.A., ATIKA  S.A., TAZ  S.A.
  • Area Surface: 12.000 m2
  • Total Building Surface: 7.200  M2
  • Year: 2005
  • Building Materials: Reinforced concrete at sight, steel and glass ( curtain walls serigraphiated and indoors offices fronts) Metallic beams and trusses. Covers and linings of metallic  pre fabricated stainless steel  panels, with inner polyurethane isolation. Reinforced concrete floor, concrete walls.  Shear articulated gates.
  • Software used: Autocad, 3dmax, Cinema4D + Vray and TAS for bioclimatic evaluation

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FI House in Yucatan, Mexico by Punto Arquitectónico

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

Article source: Punto Arquitectónico

The Fi house, is a dwelling situated in a low density residential zone in a village on the outskirts of the city of Mérida. The house is placed in a flat lot, with no vegetation in their limits, with the chance of maximize the external view.

The architectural program comes from different conditions and will of the client. As a special request, the house should take advantage of the natural sunlight and the prevailing winds. Also, the house should be developed around the swimming pool, always in touch with the garden through the sights.

Image Courtesy Tamara Uribe

  • Architects: Punto Arquitectónico
  • Project: FI House
  • Location: Cholul, Yucatan, Mexico
  • Architects Team: Punto Arquitectónico, Alejandra Molina Gual, Mauricio Rosales Aznar, Israel Ramírez Segura
  • Collaborator: Arq. Manuel Ferrer López
  • Constructor: Punto Arquitectónico
  • Cost: U.S. $ 300,000.00
  • Project Year: 2009
  • Year built: 2009-2010
  • Land Area: 960 m2
  • Construction area: 380 m2
  • Photo: Tamara Uribe

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G House in Sydney, Australia by Bruce Stafford Architects (designed with SketchUp and AutoCAD)

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

Article source: Bruce Stafford Architects

A typical eastern Suburbs harbour view site; long, narrow and sloping away from the road toward harbour and Manly views.
As the house is set lower than the road with living spaces opening back toward the street, a lightweight timber screen filters street views and creates privacy, yet allows light and ventilation to the private living spaces. The house has two living levels; the primary living level opens out toward an elevated view and the lower living area flows out to a pool deck and private courtyards.

Image Courtesy Karl Beath

  • Architects: Bruce Stafford Architects
  • Project: G House
  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Architect Design: Vincent Chi
  • BSA design team: Bruce Stafford, Anna Antoniades, Rachel Kayode
  • Interior Design: Arent and Pyke
  • Structural Engineer: Geoff Ninnes Fong & Partners
  • Contractor: C.E. Pilcher & Son
  • Quantity Surveyor: Heyman Cohen
  • Landscape Consultant: Jane Grossberg
  • Photography: Karl Beath
  • Software used: Modeled with Sketchup and documented with AutoCad

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Castaño in Santiago, Chile by Guillermo Hevia H.

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

Article source: Guillermo Hevia H.

A steel cube supported by concrete walls is the image of a bakery company with an industrial process, located in a new area of corporative buildings.

A new industrial concept for a company dedicated to the production of  traditional and elaborated bread of massive consumption , incorporating top technology to all  panification processes.

Privileged location in a new  area of corporative buildings lead us to create an integrated design where volume was favored as an object.

Image Courtesy Guillermo Hevia

  • Architects: Guillermo Hevia H.
  • Project: Castaño
  • Location: Alberto Riesco 0250, Huechuraba, Santiago – R.M.
  • Collaborators: Amelia Orrego C.   Architect, Marcela Suazo Development / CAD
  • Surface area: 8.000 m2
  • Building Surface: 4.600 m2
  • Materials: Concrete at sight,  self portable  isolated panels, metallic linings and color thermic glasses.
  • Software used: Autocad, 3dmax, Cinema4D + Vray and TAS for bioclimatic evaluation

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Louisiana State Museum by Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

Article source: Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

This state history museum is located adjacent to the Louisiana State Capitol and Gardens within the governmental complex now known as Capitol Park. The project is the sole cultural institution included in an ambitious master planning effort to relocate 1.5 million square feet of dispersed state governmental offices into a consolidated location surrounding the historic Capitol Tower, built in 1932 by then governor Huey Long.

Images Courtesy Timothy Hursley

  • Architects: Eskew+Dumez+Ripple
  • Name of Project: Louisiana State Museum
  • Location: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • Year of Completion: 2006
  • Client: State of Louisiana – Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism
  • Project Size: 72,000 square feet
  • Software used: AutoCAD

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