Archive for the ‘Chapel’ Category
Wednesday, July 8th, 2015
Article source: STUDIO JOB
The lounge created by Studio Job for the Groninger Museum is a showpiece in itself.
The design duo of Job Smeets (1970) and Nynke Tynagel (1977) was inspired by 19th-century private clubs full of smoking gentlemen in top hats. These were once sophisticated bastions with thick-pile carpets on creaking wooden floors; chandeliers were suspended from richly decorated ceilings supported by solid pillars. The muffled silence was only broken by the calming spatter of the fountain at the entrance. It was an ivory tower for the elite – just as it was on the Titanic. It is not without reason that this world has vanished.
Image Courtesy © Robert Kot
- Architects: STUDIO JOB
- Project: Job Lounge for Groninger Museum
- Location: Groninger Museum, Groningen, Netherlands
- Photography: Robert Kot, Peter Tahl
- Architect Museum: Alessandro Mendini, Coop Himmelblau, Philippe Starck, Michéle de Lucchi
- Design Job Lounge: Studio Job (Job Smeets & Nynke Tynagel)
- Project Design Team: Job Smeets & Nynke Tynagel
- Client: Groninger Museum (more…)
Friday, July 3rd, 2015
Article source: sa.und.sa architetti
The workshop UPDATE # 04, held in the virtuous municipality of Camigliano from July 27th to August 3rd 2014 with 17 students from all over Italy, considered the results of the participatory process that took place in the preceding months and responded to the citizens’ request to give the area a place able to amplify the landscape suggestions and a space designed for meditation and prayer.
Image Courtesy © sa.und.sa architetti
Wednesday, June 17th, 2015
Article source: NIKKEN SPACE DESIGN LTD
A wondrous, sun-dappled chapel
Concept of total excellence
This is a new chapel that opened in a hotel located in the global tourism city of Hiroshima. Focusing on the fact that this chapel’s birth in the lobby area would make it the face of the hotel and convey its brand message, the design concept was to create a distinctive, unrivalled space. Since this chapel faces the hotel’s courtyard, wooden lattice panels were used to create a wondrous, sun-dappled chapel that is integrated with the garden.
Image Courtesy © Nacása & Partners
- Architects: NIKKEN SPACE DESIGN LTD
- Project: ANA CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL HIROSHIMA CHAPEL
- Location: Hiroshima, Japan
- Photography: Nacása & Partners
- Software used: CAD
- Designer: Takashi FUJII
Saturday, April 25th, 2015
Article source: KASAHARA DESIGN WORK
We designed the chapel of new construction along the Shinano River Kamitokoro, Niigata-city.
It had been completed on September 2014.
On designing it, it was important to keep balance with the existing main building for wedding. On that point we designed the appearance of chapel with the presence as one volume which height is 14.5m.
Image Courtesy © Nacasa & Partners
- Architects: KASAHARA DESIGN WORK
- Project: HUMMING PLAZA VIP NIIGATA St. Voile
- Location: Kamitokoro, Niigata-city, Japan
- Photography: Nacasa & Partners
- Floor area: 161.86㎡
- Software used: Vectorworks
Wednesday, March 11th, 2015
Article source: Kebony
For the first time, Kebony’s wood has been used in an ecclesiastical façade for a new chapel which opened this autumn in Mölndal, Sweden. European churches have tended to use traditional building materials for posterity, permanence and durability, the use of Kebony’s wood in this project allows the chapel a fusion of contemporary style and traditional durability.
Image Courtesy © Kebony
Sunday, October 19th, 2014
Article source: Zhang Lei / AZL architects
The project – a 200 square meter small chapel, is located in Wanjing Garden along Nanjing’s Riverfront. Hosted by priests from Nanjing Union Theological Seminary, it supports religious activities like worship and wedding services. This wood and steel structured chapel has gentle exterior shape as well as strong interior space infused with mysterious religious power. Its plain material doesn’t fail in expressing the delicate construction logic.
lake view, Image Courtesy © Yao Li
- Architects: Zhang Lei / AZL architects
- Project: Nanjing Wanjing Garden Chapel
- Location: Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China
- Photography: Yao Li
- Project Team: Zhang Lei, Wang Ying, Jin Xin, Cao Yongshan, Hang Xiaomeng, Huang Longhui
- Collaborator: ADI-NJU
- Project Area: 200 sqm
- Project year: 2014
Thursday, July 10th, 2014
Article source: a21studĩo
The Chapel is a community space in a new urban ward on the outskirt of Hochiminh city, Vietnam. As the result of estate crisis, the surrounding area is lacking of communal centers; therefore, the Chapel is designed to be the place for people, especially the youth, to participate in activities such as conferences, weddings, exhibitions or enjoying a light coffee and snack.
Image Courtesy © a21studĩo
- Architects: a21studĩo
- Project: The Chapel
- Location: Hochiminh city, Vietnam
- Photography: a21studio
- Client: Long Ruoi
- Project area: 200 m2
- Building area: 140 m2
- Materials: Steel frames, salvaged furniture, recycled wood, colour curtains.
- Completed: 6/2014
Thursday, June 19th, 2014
Article source: MVRDV
MVRDV completed its transformation of the entrance of Stedelijk Museum Schiedam. The museum for modern art, which is housed in a historical building transformed its central neoclassical chapel into an entrance, shop and café area. The transformation adds a visually clear element, a red shelf which contains all new program and treats the historic structure respectfully. The 500m2 transformation started last year and was recently finalised.
Image Courtesy © Daria Scagliola & Stijn Brakkee
- Architects: MVRDV
- Project: Transformation Stedelijk Museum Schiedam: MVRDV wraps interior of historical chapel in red shelves
- Photography: Daria Scagliola & Stijn Brakkee
Thursday, May 8th, 2014
Article source: K2S Architects Ltd
The Kamppi Chapel is located on the south side of the busy Narinkka square in central Helsinki. It offers a place to quiet down and compose oneself in one of Finland’s most lively urban spaces. With its curved wood facade, the small sacral building flows into the city scape. Simultaneously the chapels gently shaped interior space embraces visitors and shields them from the bustling city life outside.
Image Courtesy © Marko Huttunen
- Architects: K2S Architects Ltd
- Project: Kamppi Chapel
- Location: Simonkatu 7, Helsinki, Finland
- Photography: Tuomas Uusheimo, Marko Huttunen
- Client: Helsinki Parish Union and the City of Helsinki
- Completion: April‐May 2012
- Total floor area: 352 m2
- Structural engineering: Insinööritoimisto Vahanen Oy, Matti Kivinen, Ulla Harju
- Design team: Jukka Mäkinen, Kristian Forsberg, Abel Groenewolt, Tetsujiro Kyuma, Mikko Näveri, Miguel Pereira, Outi Pirhonen, Teija Tarvo, Elina Tenho, Jarno Vesa
Sunday, March 9th, 2014
Article source: Adam Bresnick · architects
The chapel rehabilitation is for a new typology –a multi-purpose space for events—ranging from a formal wedding to the mellow ambiance of a yoga retreat. The reconstruction involved resolving the complex pathologies suffered by the original structure since being abandoned in 1969.
Image Courtesy © Adam Bresnick · architects
- Architects: Adam Bresnick · architects
- Project: Restoration and Adaptation of a 16th century Chapel
- Location: Guadalajara, Spain
- Team architects: Miguel Peña Martínez-Conde & Antonio Romeo Donlo
- Structure: Juan F. de la Torre Calvo, Ana Fernández-Cuartero
- Archaeologist: Olga Vallespín Gómez
- Construction coordinator: Joaquín Fernández González
- Industrial Engineer: José de Andrés Abad
- Steel structure: Mariano del Olmo
- Electricity: Tabernero de Andrés
- Industrial engineering: José de Andres Abad