Archive for the ‘Campus’ Category
Thursday, January 7th, 2016
Article source: STL ARCHITECTS
Located in close proximity to the heart of Lincoln Square in Chicago, the new 85,000 SF Lycée Française de Chicago has been conceived as a unique educational with light-filled spaces intended to encourage educational and shared environments aimed to celebrate the Lycée’s international.
Image Courtesy © IGNACIO ESPIGARES @ STL ARCHITECTS
- Architects: STL ARCHITECTS
- Project: Lycee Francais
- Location: 1929 West Wilson Ave, Chicago, Illinois
- Structural Engineer: ARUP Chicago
- MEP Engineer: McGuire Engineers
- Civil Engineer: Kimley Horn and Associates, Inc.
- General Contractor: Bulley & Andrews
- Landscape Architect: STL Architects + Culliton Quinn
- Lighting Design: ARUP Chicago
- Acoustics: ARUP Chicago
- Software used: Revit (more…)
Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015
Article source: S3 Schmidt Arquitectos
The building arose as the materialisation of the Campus Creativo educational project developed by a group of academics from the Andrés Bello University. It is based on promoting the interaction between different related fields of the artistic matrix, promoting programmatic crossing and teamwork and pertaining to a contemporary collaborative environment.
Image Courtesy © Aryeh Kornfelp, Bruno Gilberto
- Architects: S3 Schmidt Arquitectos, Horacio Schmidt Cortes, Horacio Schmidt Radic, Martin Schmidt Radic
- Project: Creative Campus
- Location: Purísima 285B Recoleta Santiago, Chile
- Photography: Aryeh Kornfelp, Bruno Gilberto
- Chief Architect: Nicolas Norero
- Architects Partners: Lina Rojas
- Area constructed: 9500M2
- Constructor: Bravo e Izquierdo
- House refurbishment: Astudillo Construction Company
- Calculations: Sergio Contreras
- Facades: Hunter Douglas
- Site area: 4980M2
- Built area: 8,000 m2
- Design and construction year: 2014/2015
Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015
Article source: Sweco architects
The Physic Garden is a place to celebrate sensuous phenomena of all kinds. It is a place where mystic scents, changing colors, and seasonal variety can be enjoyed and studied. It is also a test bed for pharmacological research.
Image Courtesy © Sweco architects
- Architects: Sweco architects
- Project: The Physic Garden at Novartis Campus
- Location: Basel, Switzerland
- Landscape architect: Thorbjörn Andersson with Sweco architects
- Team: Pege Hillinge, Johan Krikström, Johnny Lindeberg, Emma Norrman (plants), Therese Egnor (plants), Alexander Cederroth (light), Markus Moström (graphics), Pål Svensson (drinking fountains).
- Client: Novartis Pharma
- Consultants: Schönholzer + Staufer GmbH/ Beat Rösch, Basler + Partner (structural engineering).
- Area: 2800 sqm
- Opening: 2012
- Software used: AutoCAD, sketch up, Illustrator and PhotoShop
Thursday, December 10th, 2015
Article source: TVA Architects
The Matthew Knight Arena is located to form a new east gateway to the University of Oregon campus. Providing a first impression of the University’s distinct identity, the building exemplifies the core values of progressive thinking, education and environmental stewardship of the institution. TVA Architects worked with the State of Oregon SEED program to achieve a 20 percent energy reduction below code for both the Arena and the adjacent Alumni Center.
Image Courtesy © TVA Architects
- Architects: TVA Architects
- Project: Matthew Knight Arena
- Location: Oregon, US
Saturday, December 5th, 2015
Article source: SEHW Architecture
The Campus of the technical university is located on the premises of a former railway engine plant. In line with a large building project and competition in 2006, SEHW Architecture has carried out the campus extension.
The competition comprised the urban planning and implementation of a functional building, a lecture hall centre and student hostel for 200 students.
Image Courtesy © Verfgungsgebude
- Architects: SEHW Architecture
- Project: Campus der TH Wildau
- Location: Wildau, Germany
- Photography: Hrsaalzentrum, Verfgungsgebude
Sunday, November 15th, 2015
Article source: Ector Hoogstad Architecten
The new education centre for the faculties of Science, Geosciences and Biomedical Sciences at Utrecht University, designed by Ector Hoogstad Architecten, has opened its doors. This building, named after Victor J. Koningsberger, forms part of an education cluster in the northwest corner of the university campus that will make the university a more attractive place for students, teaching staff and researchers by offering them an inspiring and well-equipped work environment and meeting place. The laboratories, lecture theatres and study landscapes provided within the building are already very well used.
Image Courtesy © Petra Appelhof
- Architects: Ector Hoogstad Architecten
- Project: Koningsberger building for Utrecht University
- Location: Boedapestlaan 4, 2584 CD Utrecht, Netherlands
- Photography: Petra Appelhof
- Software used: Revit, Autocad
- Client: Utrecht University
- Project team: Joost Ector, Max Pape, Lennaert van Capelleveen, Gijs Weijnen, Laurence van Benthem, Ester Bezem, Carlo van Gulik, Hetty Mommersteeg, Ralph Noordhoek, Moritz Prophet, Cornelia Sailer, Sander Timmermans, Elisabeth Tukker, Nejra Vaizovic, Laurens Veth
- Construction management: Utrecht University
- Project management: Stevens Van Dijck
- M&E consultant: Valstar Simonis
- Structural engineers: Pieters Bouwtechniek (more…)
Sunday, November 8th, 2015
Article source: SAR architecten
In the Middle Ages, Bruges had two big ambitions: to have a sea port and a university, fine ambitions that the magnificent old city could barely realize despite its many efforts. During history Antwerp and Ghent took over the leading roles in those matters and Bruges became during three centuries ‘Bruges la morte’. However at the end of the 20th century Bruges is the 3rd seaport of the BENELUX, and in 2009 the VIVES University College was built, associated to the well known ‘University of Louvain’.
Campus east side (1) , Image Courtesy © Christine Deboosere
- Architects: SAR architecten
- Project: Vives university college – campus Bruges
- Location: Xaverianenstraat, 10, BE 8000 Bruges, Belgium
- Photography: Christine Deboosere, Toon Grobet (nv Zumtobel Lighting sa)
- Software used: Autodesk AutoCAD, Microstation, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Indesign, Adobe Illustrator
- Architects in Charge: Johan Bosschem, Jan De Vloed
- General contractor: Strabag Belgium NV – registered office Gent
- Associate firm: Architektenburo De Vloed bvba
- Design team: Thierry Halsberghe, Eveline Vandenbogaerde, Veerle De Langhe, Patrick Persoons
- Landscape: Buro voor Vrije Ruimte VOF (more…)
Friday, October 30th, 2015
Article source: v2com
The Centre for Food (CFF) at Durham College (DC) distinguishes itself in the highly competitive field of culinary education by bringing together culinary, hospitality, event management, food science, and agricultural and horticultural programs in a state-of-the-art facility for “field-to-fork” culinary education.
West face of the school from the adjacent agricultural fields, Image Courtesy © Tom Arban
- Architects: Gow Hastings Architects
- Project: Durham College Centre for Food
- Location: Whitby, Canada
- Photography: Janet Rosenberg & Studio, Tom Arban, Remi Carreiro
- Software used: Revit
Sunday, October 18th, 2015
Article source: architects Tillmann Ruth Robinson
For the first time in decades, Sault College has a new academic building. Essar Hall forms a gateway that announces the new energized spirit for learning at Sault College. Here, much needed new learning spaces support future-forward teaching pedagogies. Organizing the classrooms and labs spaces around common areas that promote casual learning and interdisciplinary idea exchanges emphasizes the connectivity, community, and engagement that generates a clear sense of identity and belonging. Situated prominently at the building entrance is a flexible exhibition hall that links classrooms with aviation and natural resource laboratories, a 100 seat lecture hall and administration support spaces. An additional 8,000 square feet of interactive learning commons is strategically distributed throughout the building providing essential flexible and dynamic learning spaces for students.
Image Courtesy © architects Tillmann Ruth Robinson
Tuesday, September 29th, 2015
Article source: Taller básico de arquitectura s.l.
Behind the lineal road, the plateau as a balcony over the meadow is converted into a platform. This landscape appears unprecedented and unexpected: the ochre colors and cracked land are transformed into the intense green and yellow colors of the agriculture possible thanks to the river hidden by the topography. Is in this frame, long platform, the place where San Jorge University buildings inhabit.
Southeast view, Image Courtesy © Taller básico de arquitectura s.l.