Archive for the ‘Center’ Category
Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
Article source: Carney Logan Burke Architects
BUILDING PROGRAM & SITE
Demarcating the northern entrance to Jackson, Wyoming’s historic downtown, the 3,129-square foot Home Ranch Welcome Center serves as a community hub for both residents and visitors. The building program includes visitor orientation space, a transportation hub and a public restroom facility that replaced a well-used bathroom building. The Welcome Center exhibits will function as orientating devices for visitors and utilizes storytelling of local characters as a narrative for the opportunities and amenities in the Town of Jackson and surrounding National Parks.
Image Courtesy © Paul Warchol and Matthew Millman
- Architects: Carney Logan Burke Architects
- Project: Home Ranch Welcome Center
- Location: Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA
- Photography: Paul Warchol and Matthew Millman
- Structural Engineer: KL&A, Inc., Golden, CO
- Electrical Engineer / Mechanical Engineer / LEED Consultant: Beaudin Ganze Consulting Engineers, Inc., Avon, CO
- Civil Engineer: Nelson Engineering, Jackson, WY
- General Contract: GE Johnson Construction Company, Jackson, WY
- Landscape Architect: Hershberger Design, Jackson, WY
- Completion: 2013
Thursday, October 27th, 2016
Article source: SCOPE Architekten
Creativity, flexibility, transparency and innovation – these are key words that are shaping today modern working environments of tomorrow.
Based on these parameters SAP, the largest software company in Germany had Stuttgart based SCOPE architects shape the new Innovation Center in Potsdam 2.0.
In an exposed location on the idyllic Jungfernsee SCOPE built the Innovation Center 2.0 next to the existing SAP building for whose interior design the architects are also responsible.
Image Courtesy © SCOPE Architekten
- Architects: SCOPE Architekten
- Project: Innovation Center 2.0
- Location: Potsdam, Germany
Sunday, May 15th, 2016
Article source: Brown + Brown Architects
The scheme is a community boatbuilding centre for a charity (Scottish Traditional Boat Festival), located in Portsoy on the North coast of Aberdeenshire. The building replaces 2 derelict stores, and was partially funded by Aberdeenshire Council, Historic Scotland, and the Aberdeen European Fisheries Fund.
Image Courtesy © Nigel Rigden
- Architects: Brown + Brown Architects
- Project: Portsoy Boatshed
- Location: Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
- Photography: Nigel Rigden
- Client: Scottish Traditional Boat festival
- QS: John Pascoe CQS
- Structural Engineer: Rubislaw Associates
- CDM: Safety Scotland Ltd
- Contractor: G&K Construction
- Year Completed: 2015
Thursday, May 12th, 2016
Article source: v2com
The Active Living Centre at the University of Manitoba was recently named a 2016 NIRSA Outstanding Sports Facility Award recipient. The awards, open internationally, recognize the innovative design of new, renovated, or expanded collegiate recreational facilities.
Image Courtesy © Jerry Grajewski
Thursday, February 25th, 2016
Article source: v2com
The CTRI is a new research building on the site of the Abitibi-Témiscamingue Cégep (equivalent to a Junior College) dedicated to recycling industrial residue and other underutilized resources. The building was designed to accommodate research laboratories specialized in three sectors: the mining industry, the biomass industry, and environmental engineering. In addition, it features offices for administrative staff and researchers and various public areas (conference room, kitchenette, service areas). The project also included the interior renovation of part of the main Cégep building.
View of the main façade, Image Courtesy © Christian Perreault
Friday, January 15th, 2016
Article source: MSR (Meyer, Scherer, & Rockcastle)
The design integrates site, building, and exhibit design in order to create a holistic visitor experience in the forest. A long south facing glass facade brings in light, passive solar energy, and extends the exterior paths through the building from the understory on one end to the tree canopy on the other. An active solar array and a geothermal-based heating and cooling system provide much of the energy needs. Operable windows provide ventilation and bring in the sounds and smells of the forest. Roof water feeds a pond to draw birds and animals for human observation.
Image Courtesy © Paul Crosby
Tuesday, October 13th, 2015
Article source: PETITDIDIERPRIOUX ARCHITECTES
In an urban fabric comprising a large number of single family homes and marked by former market gardens and industrial wastelands, the incorporation of a collective programme had to meet several conditions.
Image Courtesy © Stephan Lucas
- Architects: PETITDIDIERPRIOUX ARCHITECTES
- Project: 22 APARTMENTS AND A CHILDCARE CENTRE
- Location: Bagnolet, France
- Photography: Stephan Lucas and David Boureau
- Consultants: SLI (Sécurite Levage Ingénierie) All-trades engineering and quantity surveying
- Client: Logis-Transports and Petite Enfance Gestion
- Program: Construction of 22 apartments for social renting: studios, one-bedroom apartments, two-roomed apartments + childcare center (30 cribs // ground floor) + underground parking
- Surface: 965 m² habitable floor area // 330 usable floor area // 1400 m² net floor area
- Calendar: Completion October 2012
- Cost: €2.4 M excl. VAT
- Environmental objectives: RT 2005 -10% (French Thermal Regulation)
Thursday, July 9th, 2015
Article source: RTA-Office
RTA-Office’s approach involves understanding the customer and his needs.
Customer required RTA-Office to convert an obsolete industrial complex, located in an industrial zone of Shanghai, in a complex of around 150.000 m2, characterized by modern technology with a strong international spirit. Data Base is currently under construction.
Image Courtesy © RTA-Office
- Architects: RTA-Office
- Project: Data Base Center 2015
- Location: Shanghai, China
- Architecture Design: Santiago Parramón, RTA-Office
- Total land area:3.650 m²
- Total building area: 141.687 m²
- Completion Date: 2016 – under construction
Thursday, June 11th, 2015
Article source: Hi-Tech Outsourcing Services
The client wanted us to detect and rectify errors in the point cloud with accurate BIM modeling within 24 days.
The total data size provided by client was about 185 GB & to work with such heavy data files was really a difficult task.
The input files were in the form of 3D scanned images in which few of the scanned inputs were not clear & some of the building data was missing due to improper scanning, leading to complexity of resurfacing and modeling.
The building area was large and also consisted of complex steel structure.
Image Courtesy © Hi-Tech Outsourcing Services
Saturday, July 5th, 2014
Article source: Arkitema Architects
Vestas’ new development centre in Aarhus is designed to concentrate the company’s development facilities under one roof. The development centre will contain office facilities for 500 staff members, as well as a showroom and large and small laboratories and test facilities. It has been designed in the form of a triangular building with glass facades, with clear and tinted glass in the closed panes. Adjacent to each horizontal bar are deep profiles which create dynamics and movement in the facade.
Image Courtesy © Kontrafram
- Architects: Arkitema Architects
- Project: Vestas Technology
- Location: Hedeager, Skejby, Aarhus, Denmark
- Photography: Kontrafram
- Construction: 2007-2008
- Size: 18,300 m²
- Client: Vestas Technology
- Landscape architect: Arkitema
- Engineer: Cowi A/S
- Turnkey contractor: Hoffmann