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Residential Building L’Ermitage in Neuchâtel, Switzerland by andrea pelati architecte and ipas architectes sa

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

Article source: andrea pelati architecte and ipas architectes sa

A secular park … a mansion … majestic trees … this is the gorgeous setting the residential building l’Ermitage settles in. Overlooking the town of Neuchatel, this plot enjoys proximity to the center and an exceptional location.


Exterior View (Images Courtesy Thomas Jantscher)

  • Architects: andrea pelati architecte and ipas architectes sa
  • Name of Project: Residential Building L’Ermitage
  • Location: Rue Charles-Knapp 30, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
  • Project area: 1,950 m2
  • Year: 2006-2011
  • Photographer: Thomas Jantscher


Automotive Intelligence Center in Etxano, Spain by ACXT Architects

Sunday, February 12th, 2012

Article source: ACXT Architects

Scheme and Conditioning Factors

A complex of 3 buildings and landscaping destined for R&D+i in the Automotive Sector. Two of the buildings are intended for use as Development Units (halls) with laboratories and small-scale production. The third, the Main Building, houses research units of various companies in the automotive sector, a laboratory (for common projects among the resident companies) and the social block of the complex, comprising: main lobby, auditorium, training classrooms, classrooms for projects in cooperation with universities, and the offices of the centre’s management.

Image Courtesy Aitor Ortiz

  • Architects: ACXT Architects
  • Project: Automotive Intelligence Center
  • Location: Boroa Industrial Estate, Amorebieta – Etxano, Spain
  • Competition: August 2006
  • Detailed Design: October 2006
  • Production Information: April 2007
  • Start date of works: August 2007
  • Completion date of works: November 2008


Diversity Recharged in Szeged, Hungary by AMK+ Studio

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Article source: AMK+ Studio

We’ve seen many mentionable solutions  for rehabilitation of unfunctional industrial buildings that have lost their original functions. Attaching new functional buildings to their close environment basically determine the new character of the place. Because their industrial origin these types of constructions and their environment – with different designation – have no connection, essentially no question about it. As the place is rehabilitated and gets back to life we can take the question about the method and the mode. The intervention depends on  the actual context, that can be:

1. merge
2. insulate

and situations on a range between them.

Inside view

  • Architects: AMK+ Studio
  • Project: Diversity Recharged
  • Location: Szeged, Hungary
  • Team: Tamas Kun, Gergely Almos, Tamas Mezey



Campus EDF – Saclay in Paris, France by ECDM

Saturday, January 14th, 2012

Article source: ECDM

The completion of a building in the planning project of Saclay Paris is a unique opportunity to be one of the markers of the future center of excellence established on the plateau. The uniqueness of the site, and it’s present and future characteristics, make it an interesting emerging area.

Campus EDF – Saclay

  • Architects: ECDM
  • Project: Campus EDF – Saclay
  • Location: Saclay, Paris, France
  • Programme : centre de formations
  • Superficie : 25 000 m² SHON
  • Concours : 2011


Academy of Advanced Studies in Jerusalem, Israel by Chyutin Architects

Saturday, January 7th, 2012

Article source: Chyutin Architects

The Polonsky Academy building is situated on the cliff facing south towards the Jerusalem Theater. Its northern side faces the Main Garden Court which will function as the heart of the campus in the new master plan. This court has two levels, with a one storey differential between them which makes it possible to create two entrances to the structure on different levels: main entrance near the Van Leer Institute and secondary entrance near the Council for Higher Education.

Front View

  • Architects: Chyutin Architects
  • Project: Academy of Advanced Studies
  • Location: Jerusalem, Israel
  • Designer: Bracha Chyutin, Michael Chyutin, Jacques Dahan, Ethel Rosenhek, Joseph Perez
  • Total Storeys: 4
  • Floor Area: 7300 sq. m.
  • Design / Completion Date: 2013


Low-energy office building in Ballerup, Denmark by Henning Larsen Architects

Sunday, December 18th, 2011

Article source: Henning Larsen Architects
More projects by Henning Larsen Architects

The new office building of in Ballerup is a low-energy building. The lowest energy class possible has been achieved exclusively by means of optimising the design and geometry. The building has an annual energy consumption of only 47,7 kWh/m2. Incorporating solar panels, ground water cooling and heat pumps in the project would further reduce the annual energy consumption to only 35 kWh/m2.

Low-energy office building

  • Architects: Henning Larsen Architects
  • Project: Low-energy office building
  • Location: Ballerup, Denmark
  • Client:
  • Gross floor area: 4,000 m2
  • Year of construction: 2010 – 2011
  • Type of assignment: First prize in competition
  • Turnkey Contractor: Dahl Entreprise A/S
  • Landscape Architects: Schul Landscape Architects
  • Engineers: Hansen, Carlsen & Frølund Consulting Engineers


780 Brewster in Montréal, Canada by Lemay associés

Sunday, December 4th, 2011

Article source: Lemay associés

Erected at the beginning of the XXth century, 780 Brewster is a five-storey multi-tenant industrial building with a total surface area of 12,000 m². This brick and timber building was transformed into an office building housing, among others, the City of Montréal’s Southwest Borough Hall as well as our firm’s offices.

Image Courtesy Claude-Simon Langlois

  • Architects: Lemay associés
  • Project: 780 Brewster
  • Location: 780, av. Brewster, Montréal (Québec)
  • Client Name: Groupe Mach
  • Project Team: Louis T. Lemay, Partner in Charge; André Cardinal, Architect, Senior Partner – Project Manager; Pierre E. Leclerc, Senior Architect, LEED AP; Sandra Neill, Associate Designer; Chantal Ladrie, Designer; Marie-Élaine Globensky, Graphic Design And Signage
  • General Contractor: Construction TEQ inc.
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Anschutz Commons in Denver, Colorado by Semple Brown Design P.C.

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Article source: Semple Brown Design

The Anschutz Commons building is part of the 7-acre Graland Country Day School Campus, a private K-8 educational institution established in 1924. Anschutz Commons is located at the heart of the campus that truly engages the architectural guidelines established by Jacques Benedict reaffirming the strong design unity on the campus. The new 15,000 square foot state-of-the-art building is anticipated to earn a LEED Gold certification.

NE View From Field (Image Courtesy Miller Hall)

  • Architects: Semple Brown Design P.C.
  • Project: Anschutz Commons Building, Graland Country Day School
  • Location: Denver, Colorado
  • Total Size: 15,000 square feet
  • Cost: $3,700,000
  • Completion: June 1, 2011
  • Owner’s Representative: Project One Integrated Services
  • Structural Engineering: McGlamery Structural Group
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineering: ME Engineers
  • Civil Engineering: JVA
  • General Contractor: Pinkard Construction
  • Photography: Miller Hall Photography



Campus da Justiça in Lisbon, Portugal by NLA

Sunday, September 11th, 2011

Article source: NLA – Pedro Leónidas

The office park design had its genesis in the urban structure and the following fundamental concepts of the urban plan and the detailed plan pp1: multi-functionality; morphology of the surroundings; Views system; circulation roads; panoramic pedestrian platform, landscape structures.


Images Courtesy José manuel

  • Architect: NLA –  Nuno Leónidas Arquitectos in association with Saraiva & Associados
  • Name of Project: Campus da Justiça
  • Location: Parque das nações, Parcela, Lisbon, Portugal
  • Date: 2005-2008
  • Photography: José manuel
  • Client: norfIn – sociedade gestora de fundos, Imobiliários, sa


Denver Central Platte Campus in Denver, Colorado by RNL

Sunday, June 19th, 2011

Article source: RNL

Denver Central Platte Campus (DCPC), in Denver, Colorado, was designed and constructed for the City and County of Denver’s Public Works Department. The project is 105,000 sf and is sited on an 18-acre campus. This one stop shop provides state-of-the-art facilities for Fleet Maintenance, Solid Waste Management, Street Maintenance, Traffic Engineering and Right-of-Way Enforcement, including office/warehouse, vehicle maintenance building, covered and heated vehicle storage, fuel and wash facilities and salt and magnesium chloride storage. Located along the South Platte River and adjacent to Interstate 25, the six-building campus is highly visible, making the overall design aesthetic and the project’s integration into the surrounding urban context a key consideration in addition to optimal operational functionality and sustainability.

© Ed LaCasse

  • Architect: RNL
  • Formal name of building: Denver Central Platte Campus
  • Location: Denver, Colorado, USA
  • Date completed: September 2010
  • Associate architects: NA
  • Interior designer: RNL
  • Landscape: RNL
  • Photographer(s) : © Ed LaCasse


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