Archive for the ‘Boat House’ Category
Saturday, February 21st, 2015
Article source: Santos y Mera Arquitectos S.L.P.
This is a building for Maritime Station in the port of Baiona, for lines of passenger ships operating in this area of Rias Baixas, located on a dam in the center of the port, between the village and sea. It is a construction that protects, that wrap, but allowing the user direct relationship with the outside without isolation of a privileged environment. The building is treated as a longitudinal street that runs through the entire building and their main entrances on the headwalls, but accessible by several points, allowing the user to move freely, at all time, and allowing a clear view of the berthing areas. The wood box, works as a large lattice and sun protection of the building, so allows a nice integration with the environment in which it is situated, setting up part of the landscape from a distance, on the approach from the sea.
Image Courtesy © Héctor Fdez. Santos-Díez (BISimages)
- Architects: Santos y Mera Arquitectos S.L.P.
- Project: Maritime Station
- Location: Porto de Baiona. Pontevedra. Spain
- Photography: Héctor Fdez. Santos-Díez (BISimages)
- Team: Jose Jorge Santos Ogando – Jose Carlos Mera Rodríguez [Santos y Mera Arquitectos S.L.P.]
- Developer:Portos de Galicia.
- Area:299,25 m2
- Budget:271.117,43 €
- Dates: June 2010 – October 2013
Friday, February 20th, 2015
Article source: v2com
Located on one of the many islands dotting The Archipelago in Georgian Bay, Ontario, this private boathouse and docking facility designed by Kevin Weiss of Weiss Architecture & Urbanism Limited exemplifies a quiet and precise modernism. Through careful form-making and the use of rustic materials, the project responds gently both to the natural and cultural context of the area, where historically built-form yields to the power of the landscape with its exposed and glacially carved granite and wind swept jack pines.
Image Courtesy © Arnaud Marthouret
- Architects: Weiss Architecture & Urbanism Limited
- Project: A Modern Boathouse
- Location: Ontario, Canada
- Photography: Arnaud Marthouret
- Software used: Autocad and Sketchup
- Conceptual Design: Kevin Weiss, Maya Przybylski (weissbau inc.)
- Contract Documentation: Kevin Weiss – Principal, Steve James (Larkin Architect Limited) Kevin Weiss – Principal, Sophie Tremblay, Tings Chak (Weiss Architecture & Urbanism Limited)
- Structural Engineering: David Bowick, Matt Bowick (Blackwell Engineering)
Tuesday, February 4th, 2014
Article source: Studio Gang Architects
Studio Gang Architects (SGA) is pleased to announce the completion of the WMS Boathouse at Clark Park along the north branch of the Chicago River. Designed and built by SGA, the state-of-the-art facility opened to the public on October 19, 2013. It is located at 3400 North Rockwell Avenue on the northwest side of the City of Chicago.
Steve Hall © Hedrich Blessing
- Architects: Studio Gang Architects (John Castro, Juan de la Mora, Jay Hoffman, Wei-Ju Lai, Angela Peckham, Christopher, Vant Hoff, Michan, Walker, Todd Zima)
- Project: WMS Boathouse at Clark Park
- Location: Chicago, Illinois
- Photography: Steve Hall, Hedrich Blessing
- OWNER: Chicago Park District
- STATUS: Completed 2013 (Grand Opening October 19)
- BUDGET: $8.8 million
- SIZE: 22,600 sf
- REVEALED: The Art Institute of Chicago solo exhibition
- Building: Inside Studio Gang Architects
Tuesday, January 21st, 2014
Article source: Anmahian Winton Architects
After 20 years in an open-air ice hockey rink, Community Rowing Inc., a nonprofit rowing club, relocated to a 30,000 square-foot boathouse on the banks of the Charles River. Sitting at the intersection of the river, an urban park system, bike paths, pedestrian routes, and local roads, the boathouse it provides storage space for more than 170 boats, a boat-repair shop, training rooms, locker rooms, a classroom, administrative spaces, and a community meeting room.
Image Courtesy © Peter Vanderwarker
- Architects: Anmahian Winton Architects
- Project: Community Rowing Boathouse
- Location: Brighton, Massachusetts , U.S.A
- Photography: Peter Vanderwarker, Jane Messinger, Anmahian Winton Architects
- Owner: Community Rowing, Inc.
- Contractor: Consigli Construction Co., Inc.
- Engineer MEP: RW Sullivan, Inc.
- Engineer Structural: RSE Associates, Inc.
- Engineer Waterfront Structural: Childs Engineering Corp.
- Envelope Consultant: Richard Keleher Architect; Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates
- Fabricator: Extech
- Geothermal System: Harriman Associates
- Landscape Architect/Engineer – Civil: Stantec
- Lighting Design: LAM Partners, Inc.
- Sustainable Systems Analyst: The Green Roundtable
Tuesday, September 17th, 2013
Article source: Rallar Arkitekter
The Boathouse in Haddal
The start of summer 2012 was very different for 21 architecture students from NTNU. Instead of going home on vacation, they travelled to a small village in Sunnmøre. Here they were to realize their first building, a unique boathouse situated between the fjord, the mountains and the sea. The project was organized and designed by six of the students, all in their 2nd year, at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. It all began back in January, when the students travelled to Haddal to get to know the site and the client.
Image Courtesy © Rallar Arkitekter
- Architects: Rallar Arkitekter
- Project: The boathouse
- Location: Haddal, Norway
- Photography: Rallar Arkitekter, Maya Laitinen
- Municipality: Ulstein Kommune, Norway
- Mission: Boathouse
- Completed: June 23rd, 2012
- Material usage: Shuttering block, concrete floor, pine cladding, plastic glass, spruce plywood, reclaimed slate and construction materials of spruce.
- Clients: Ann-Kathrin Haddal and Nils Rune Molvær
- Architect coworkers: Silje Ruud, Kristine Øvstebø, Steinar Hillersøy Dyvik, John Haddal Mork, Anders Gunleiksrud, Eiliv Andreas Myren Ribe
- Arcitectonic consultant: Steffen Wellinger, Førsteamanuensis Sivilarkitekt MNAL
- Supervisor structural Engineering: Jan Siem, Professor, fakultet for arkitektur og billedkunst, NTNU
- Project management: Rallar Arkitekter
- Gross area: 60m2
- Costs excl. VAT and the cost reporting year: 300 000 (2012)
- Building students: Anders Gunleiksrud, Atir Khan, Eiliv Andreas Myren Ribe, Espen Philip Haugen, Espen Strandmyr Eide Hanne Karin Broch, John Haddal Mork, Julie Gaby Berger, Kanutte Torsteinsdottir Næss, Kari Svangstu, Kristine Øvstebø, Lene Tajana Dybwad, Maria Ringstad, Maria Therese Nervik, Maya Laitinen, Robin Loe, Sebastian Østlie, Silje Ruud, Sindre B Johnsen Steinar Hillersøy Dyvik.
- Software used: 3D Studio Max, Inventor 3d and Google Sketchup
Wednesday, June 5th, 2013
Article source: Associated Architects
Associated Architects’ second ten-year Masterplan for King’s Worcester included rebuilding the Boathouse, which was previously a small and unsightly 1950s building. The site is a focal point in the Masterplan, Conservation Area and in the Worcester City Council/SustransWorcester Riverside project.On the line of the old city defences, it is at the edge of the historic city core which has a rich history including Norman and medieval archaeology. The Masterplan proposal to create a striking modern building was welcomed by Worcester City Council planners.
Image Courtesy © Martine Hamilton Knight
- Architects: Associated Architects
- Project: Michael Baker Boathouse
- Location: The King’s School, Worcester, England
- Photography: Martine Hamilton Knight
- Contract Value: £1.86M
- Cost per sqm: £1772/sqm
- Floor area: 772 sqm
- Design: 2010
- Construction: 2012
- Carbon footprint: 9.4 kg CO2 kg/m2/yr (CIBSE benchmark: 115 kg CO2 kg/m2/yr)
Tuesday, December 4th, 2012
Article source: MHM architects
The boathouse was built as a solitary building at the Seebodner lakeside of the Millstätter lake in Carinthia. The location of the construction is characterized by the intersection line between water and soil, directly at the foot a precipitous slope in which also the remaining buildings of the property complex are situated. Due to their elevated position, those houses have an extensive view at the south and the west façade of the boathouse.
Image Courtesy © Hertha Hurnaus
- Architects: MHM architects
- Project: Residential House at the Millstatter See
- Location: Seeboden,Österreich, Carinthia, Austria
- Photography: Paul Ott photografiert, Hertha Hurnaus
- Planned: 2008/2009
- Built: 2010/2011
- General design & planning: by MHM architects, Vienna Matthias Molzbichler, Sebastian Haselsteiner, Florian Molzbichler
- General Contractor: STRABAG AG Villach
Sunday, March 25th, 2012
Article source: Scott Allen Architecture
Tucked against the wall of a natural cliff and right on the water’s edge in Gig Harbor, Washington, this project answered the unique challenges of its site. The footprint for the new structure replaces an old guest house and boathouse, and was limited in its size by an agreement through a regulatory process.
- Architects: Scott Allen Architecture
- Project: Cliff House
- Location: Gig Harbor, Washington
- Project Architect: Elizabeth Dailey
- Interior furnishings: OSKA
- Photography: Tim Bies
Saturday, February 11th, 2012
Article source: Christopher Simmonds Architect Inc.
This project for the renovation of an existing boathouse and new 600 sq.ft. second storey guest suite is located in the Muskoka Lakes region of Ontario. Situated at the end of a narrow bay, the design of the new boathouse mediates between extended views out to the wide vista of the distant lake and the immediacy of the enclosed forested shoreline of the bay. The design provides a lens for these varied views as well as a sheltering foil to the open lake breezes and water traffic. The project called for the renovation of an existing two slip boathouse and the addition of a second storey guest suite and roof terrace.
Night View (Images Courtesy Peter Fritz Photography)
- Architect: Christopher Simmonds Architect Inc.
- Project Name: Muskoka Boathouse
- Location: Muskoka Lakes, Ontario, Canada
- Project Type: Boathouse with seasonal residence – rural
- Architect: Christopher Simmonds Architect Inc.
- Completed: Fall 2007
- Photography: Peter Fritz Photography
Friday, October 28th, 2011
Article source: TYIN tegnestue Architects
The boathouse is a cultural and historical hallmark of Norways coastal regions, where fishing used to be the primary profession. They have traditionally been used for storing boats and fishing gear, but today many of them are being converted for recreational summer use. This particular boathouse is located on the outermost reaches of the Moere-coast, and it hails from the middle of the eighteenth century. It was in such a bad state that the owner decided to tear it down and build it anew. The simplicity of the old building, its good placement and honest use of materials would become key sources of inspiration for the design of the new building. Great emphasis was placed on the main construction, the gates of the gable wall and the adaptable long facade.
Image Courtesy Pasi Aalto
- Architects: TYIN tegnestue Architects
- Project: Naust Paa Aure
- Location: Aure Kommune, More og Romsdal, Norway
- Client: Stein Erik Sørstrøm
- Project Type: Boathouse
- Cost: 250.000 NOK, (45,000 USD)
- Time: April 2010 – January 2011
- Built by: TYIN tegnestue Architects
- Architects Design: Marianne Løbersli Sørstrøm, Yashar Hanstad
- Photography: Pasi Aalto