Archive for the ‘Campus’ Category
Thursday, December 15th, 2016
Article source: Max Dudler Architekt
Folkwang University of the Arts is North Rhine Westphalia’s college of art and music. Its main campus is housed in the former Benedictine abbey of St. Ludgerus in Essen-Werden, situated in the southern Ruhr Valley. The small 8th century site was extended into a princely baroque residence in the 18th century, arranged around a magnificent courtyard (Cour d’honneur). The construction of the new library on the south side of the courtyard by the architect Max Dudler replaces a 19th century military hospital building demolished in 1969. In 2006 Max Dudler won the design competition organised by the Duisburg branch of the Building and Real Estate Management Authority, North Rhine Westphalia. The project was generously supported by the Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation.
Image Courtesy © Stefan Müller
- Architects: Max Dudler Architekt
- Project: Folkwang Library
- Location: Klemensborn 39, 45239 Essen-Werden, Germany
- Photography: Stefan Müller
- Client: Duisburg branch of the Building and Real Estate Management Authority, North Rhine Westphalia Supported by the Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation
- User: Folkwang University of the Arts
- Project Manager: Alexander Bonte
- General Contractor: Derichs u Konertz GmbH u Co KG, Krefeld
- General Planners during the Construction Period: Nattler Architects
- Structural Engineers: Leonhardt, Andrä und Partner – Beratende Ingenieure VBI, GmbH
- Building Services: Winkels Behrens Pospich – Ingenieure für Haustechnik GmbH
- Construction Physics / Acoustics: Müller-BBM GmbH
- Building Volumes:
- 982 m² usable floor area
- 1707 m2 gross surface area
- 5603 m3 gross building volume
- Design and Construction Period:
- Design commenced: 2006
- Construction commenced: 2010
- Construction completed: September 2012
Thursday, October 20th, 2016
Article source: WE architecture
Roskilde Campus is a new educational area for 1500 students within the fields of marketing, IT, and food engineering. The total project is 10.000m2 which includes renovation as well as 4000m2 new build. The new building contains educational areas, classrooms, canteen, production kitchen and administration.
The Campus will host various fields of education and the development of the project has taken a clear starting point in the needs of the individual fields of education. Three main concepts have been essential in the design process, “Community”, “Respect” and “Durability”.
Image Courtesy © WE architecture + Friis & Moltke
- Architects: WE architecture + Friis & Moltke
- Project: Erhvervsakademi Sjælland – Roskilde Campus
- Location: Roskilde, Denmark
- Software used: Rhino 3D using V-ray, Rhino (2D), Illustrator, Photoshop
- Client: Erhvervsakademiet Sjælland
- Engineers: Alectia
- Contractor: H. Skjøde Knudsen
- Team: Marc Jay, Julie Schmidt-Nielsen, Morten Breinholt Christensen, Kasper Munk, Corrado Galasso, Alexandra Ramos, Laura Ravier, Simon Skriver, Xinyuan Lin
- Size: 10.000 m2 restorations and 4000 m2 new building construction
- Budget: 172 million DKK
- Assignment: Invited competition / 1st Prize
- Status: Winner of competition, ongoing
Wednesday, October 12th, 2016
Article source: García Torrente Arquitectos SLP
At the height of the financial crisis, the Science and Technology Campus of the Linares Foundation decided in 2008 to cope with the different settings and industrial dismantling of the region, with a project that will promote research and innovation and the development economic and social revitalization of this ill treated and deprived neihgborhood. A project has come true thanks to the unwavering support of all social, economic and political leaders in the region.
Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda
- Architects: García Torrente Arquitectos SLP (Marisol García Torrente, Ubaldo García Torrente)
- Project: Lecture Room Building. Science and Technology Campus of Linares
- Location: Jaén, Spain
- Photography: Fernando Alda
- Promoter: Scientific-Technological Campus Foundation of Linares
- Building engineer: Cristina Rodriguez Sanabria
- Architect colaborators: Isabel Mota Pernias, José Rincón Calderón, Curro Rodríguez, Salvador López Cervantes, Esaú Vázquez Rodríguez
- Security and health issue: Baluarte Architecture and Security
- Builder: Acciona S.A.
Saturday, September 24th, 2016
Article source: Siebold Nijenhuis Architecten
The newly build multifunctional accommodation (MFA) Zichtwei is the closing piece of the education campus in Barendrecht (just South of Rotterdam). The term MFA is commonly used in The Netherlands for a combination of occupants sharing one multi-functional building. In the MFA Zichtwei two schools are sharing the available class rooms, a sports hall is included and a youth center occupies offices and an event space. The sports hall is daily occupied by the school and can also be used by neighborhood associations during evenings as a separate entrance is designed.
Image Courtesy © Menno Emmink
- Architects: Siebold Nijenhuis Architecten
- Project: MFA Zichtwei
- Location: Haarspitwei 9 2992 ZB Barendrecht, The Netherlands
- Photography: Menno Emmink
- Software used: AutoCad and Revit
- Client: Municipality of Barendrecht
- Lead project architect: Siebold Nijenhuis
- Technical detailing: Broekbakema
- Structural engineer: Van Rossum Advisory Engineers b.v.
- Installation advisor: Vintis installatieadviseurs
- Contractor: WBC Bouwgroep / Bussman Winterswijk B.V
- Surface: 2.300 m2
- Completion: May 2016
Friday, September 16th, 2016
Article source: Architektūros linija
The key idea of the Life Science Centre architecture are the science and teaching complex modules forming the public space layout and comprising the integral whole like different cells of the matter. Cube-shaped volumes in open spaces of Saulėtekis, reiterating the natural context and building a humanist, traditional urban structure characteristic of the city of Vilnius, resemble a feature of the historical Vilnius University ensemble – a cosy inner courtyard. The volumes comprising the square perimeter and the entrance to the building are moved out over the glass vestibule and the merging space unites the areas of the main lobby, the courtyard and the passage, seamlessly linking them with the environment.
Image Courtesy © Tadas Černiauskas
- Architects: Architektūros linija
- Project: Life Science Centre of Vilnius University
- Location: Saulėtekio al. 9, Vilnius, Lithuania
- Photography: Martynas Slapšys, Tadas Černiauskas (Tadao Cern)
- Software used: AutoCad
- Engineers: UAB Ekoprojektas, Viltekta
- Project authors: architects Gintaras Čaikauskas, Miroslav Šejnicki, Virginija Venckūnienė, Vytenis Raugala
- Building volume: 137 000 m³
- Total building area: 24 084 m²
- Parking places: 317
- Project year: 2015
- Realization: 2016
Sunday, September 11th, 2016
Article source: Arhipolis Architects
University Campus programs are implemented in the 70-s residential area on the east part of the town of Split.
Originally master plan is brought defining infrastructural corridors and plots for the new university developments. On the each plot specific program is defined by the masterplan , followed b y architectural competition.
Image Courtesy © Arhipolis Architects
- Architects: Arhipolis Architects
- Project: Students Residence
- Location: Split, Croatia
- Software used: Autocad
- Authors: Neno Kezić, Emil Šverko
- Collaboration: Goran Banic
- Project Team: Nora Roje, Mateo Marinovic, Joseph Katalinić, Srdjan Luksic
- Year: 2012
Thursday, August 25th, 2016
Article source: Studio Flt-Office
The project shows three distinct actions on the island (recovering historical buildings, student accommodation and university campus).
These actions interact in a complementary way within the project area and are in direct communication with each other via the pedestrian cardo.
Image Courtesy © Studio Flt-Office
- Architects: Studio Flt-Office
- Project: Venice University Island
- Location: Venice, Italy
Thursday, August 4th, 2016
Article source: PLANT Architect Inc.
The Woven Stories project addresses two existing conditions: a long-standing desire on Sheridan College’s part to have a mural on the highly visible west edge of its Davis Campus, and heat gain/glare issues in the fully glazed lounge space of the Rob Turner Building, which houses the college’s Faculty of Applied Health and Community Studies. The project comprises a two-layer installation of white vinyl (heat control) and printed perforated window blinds (glare control).
Image Courtesy © PLANT Architect Inc.
- Architects: PLANT Architect Inc.
- Project: Woven Stories: An energy-saving artwork for a Canadian college campus
- Location: Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Sunday, July 10th, 2016
Article source: Fokkema & Partners Architecten
ROC Mondriaan in The Hague officially opened the schools that were renovated by Fokkema & Partners to become a new Hospitality Campus. At the opening, the Mayor of The Hague Van Aartsen stated: ‘This new campus is an asset to the city and for education in the region’. Today more than ever, the school can cooperate with the city and local business opening its facilities for events and meetings. The design by Fokkema & Partners provides the students with a fully equipped and bright learning environment as well as with a vibrant heart where they can practice their skills. Organized around a grand café in the central atrium there are several restaurant “pockets”. These pockets with different hospitality concepts each have their unique style and offer splendid views of the student activity in the preparation kitchens. A new canopy over the entrance accentuates the view into the grand café depot.
Image Courtesy © Horizon Photoworks
- Architects: Fokkema & Partners Architecten
- Project: ROC MONDRIAAN
- Location: The Hague, Netherlands
- Photography: Horizon Photoworks
- Software used: AutoCAD and SketchUp
Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
Article source: Linazasoro&Sánchez Arquitectura
The Campus of Segovia is placed on a large plot in the suburbs of this historical city. It is a site defined by the lack of public spaces. This project intends to create an important cultural pole. Therefore, it stands surrounding a big covered square which will be used not only by students and teachers, but also by the neighbours of the area.
Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán
- Architects: Linazasoro&Sánchez Arquitectura
- Project: University Campus
- Location: Plaza Alto de los Leones s/n, Segovia,
- Photography: Miguel de Guzmán
- Client: UVA (University of Valladolid) Junta de Castilla y León
- Collaborators: Hugo Sebastián de Erice Navarrete, Sergi Artola Dols, Rafael Rodríguez Merino
- Cost: 13.249.903,04 euros
- Surface: 18.500 m2
- Competition: March 2005
- Project: November 2007
- Begin of work: March 2009
- End of work: January 2012