Archive for the ‘Camp’ Category
Saturday, January 12th, 2013
Article source: Studio North
Camp at Cabot Beach is designed to address the needs of children between the ages of 8-17 who are living in families that have been affected by chronic illness or disability. The camp was established 5 years ago and runs for 3 weeks every August. In 2009 they needed new facilities.
Frontview : Image Courtesy © Matthew Kennedy
- Architects: Studio North
- Project: Camp at Cabot Beach
- Location: Malpeque, Prince Edward Island
- Photography: Matthew Kennedy
- Collaborators: Clayton Blackman, Andrew Choptiany, Sam Lock
- Area: 3,900sq.ft.
- Completed: 2009
- Software used: Designed the camp by hand, drawings and modeling using rhino; also used illustrator for diagrams and lineweights.
Wednesday, December 19th, 2012
Article source: Ekler Architect
This new development is the extension of a summer camp built in the late 80s. The old buildings of the Folk Arts Camp were designed by Dezso Ekler and received wide publicity at the time. Now three new buildings are planned to build: a reception building, a building for different activities and a building accommodating sanitary facilities. The local council insisted on the new constructions also bearing the mark of the original buildings’ architect, and the designer interpreted this by enlarging his signature as buildings.
Image Courtesy Ekler Architect
- Architects: Ekler Architect
- Project: Folk Arts Camp 2009-2012
- location: Nagykálló, Hungary
- Architect: Dezső Ekler, Ekler Architect
- Developer: Counlic of Nagykálló
- Structural Engineer: E&H Ltd.
- M&E.: Opti-Team Ltd.
- Total Building Area: 1.411 m2
- Bath Building: 377 m2
- Reception Building: 294 m2
- Activities Building: 278 m2
- Design Units: 3
- Cost: 1.000.000 EUR
- Copyright of images and original work: Ekler Architect
- Software used: Designed using ArchiCAD; Visualization using 3DS Max
Friday, December 2nd, 2011
Article source: Charles Rose Architects Inc.
The dramatic setting for this unusual project is a 110,000-acre private ranch in north-central Wyoming, replete with steep canyons, tall mesas, rushing streams. The Alm Foundation, a private Los Angeles charity, commissioned Charles Rose Architects to build a camp in this rugged terrain for teen-agers from inner-city Los Angeles. There are 16 buildings in all “clustered around the mouth of a canyon” including boys and girls cabins, a dining hall, director’s house, counselors lodge and stable.
View of Dining Hall at dusk revealing its timber frame construction, looking northeast
Sunday, November 27th, 2011
Article source: Luis Aldrete Arquitectos
Ruta del Peregrino Refugies
The strategy consists of a series of base modules which can be multiplied in order to give form to the project, and which make the project capable of adaptation and growth. The atmosphere makes sense when two kind of pieces made of ‘adobe clay’ color -which is one of the predominant colors of the region- configure space. One of them is an essential piece to perform a lattice perimeter at the buildings that reflect the play of light and shadows created by the roofs of oak leaves used in most of the rest of the surroundings, which contain a great deal of sensitivity and space quality.
Exterior View (Images Courtesy Francisco Perez)
- Architect: Luis Aldrete Arquitectos
- Name of Project: Pilgrim Refuges
- Location: Jalisco, Mexico
- Project Team: Luis Aldrete with Magui Peredo and Cynthia Mojica
- Photography: Francisco Perez
Sunday, July 31st, 2011
Article source: PLANT Architect
Camp Arowhon is a family-run summer camp in Algonquin Park now run by its third generation director. The owners purchased a 250 m2 two-story storefront building on Eglinton Avenue West to create a visual presence in the community, facilitate administration, and create a place which fosters a post-camp alumni community. The owners’ goal was to present a building that felt like “a piece of Algonquin Park in the city” evoking the character of camp, while wanting to avoid the typical camp imagery overused by spas and clothing retailers. The character was established instead through the use and detailing of materials: using harvested raw and rough hewn wood from the park, and detailing it with a more polished, but simple elegance found in camp buildings.
Image Courtesy Peter Legris
- Architects: PLANT Architect
- Project: Camp Arowhon Headquarters
- Location: Toronto, Canada
- Contractor: Integer Construction
- Cabinetwork: Edwards and Wilson Cabinetmakers
Saturday, May 7th, 2011
Holiday Cabana at Maduru Oya
The architect handled the renovation project at ‘Maduru Oya’ Army Camp where the training school for Special Forces of the Sri Lankan army is located. The camp is surrounded by jungle and faces the lake front of Maduru Oya.
- Principal Architect : Damith Premathilake
- Name of Project: Holiday Cabana
- Location: Maduru Oya, Sri Lanka
- The total Project area : 1050 Sq.ft
- Project Period : Four months
- Project completion date : January 2010
- Client : Lieutenant Colonel Chandimal Peiris (SF Camp – Maduru Oya)
- Photographers : Logan MacDaugall Pope, Damith Premathilake
- Software used: Architectural Sketch-Up to do the 3D images and rendering
Monday, March 14th, 2011
Metcalfe Architecture & Design is working with Camp JRF, a Jewish Reconstructionist summer camp in the Poconos, to create an Eco-Village in the forest up a hill from the existing camp, for older adolescent girl and boy campers that reflects the religious sect’s ideals of “peoplehood” (Tziyounut) and “repairing the world” (Tikkun Olam). Reconstructionism is a progressive approach to Jewish life integrating a deep respect for traditional Judaism with the insights of today.
Camp JRF rendering-aerial perspective
- Architect: Metcalfe Architecture & Design, Philadelphia, PA
- Location: South Sterling, Pennsylvania
- Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing – Urban Technology Inc., Quakertown, PA
- Civil Engineer – Greenman-Pedersen, Inc., Scranton, PA
- Structural Engineer – Ann Rothman, Wayne, PA
- Construction start: Summer, 2011