Archive for the ‘Church’ Category
Tuesday, September 15th, 2015
Article source: Architecture-Studio
In 2009, on the initiative of Bishop Santier, the diocesan association of Créteil, supported by the Chantiers du Cardinal, opted for an ambitious project to expand the cathedral of Notre- Dame de Créteil. Conceived by Charles-Gustave Stoskopf, holder of the Prix de Rome, this architecture is typical of the 1970s when “the theology of blending-in” prevailed at the time. It is part of the contemporary heritage of the City of Créteil.
Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly
- Architects: Architecture-Studio
- Project: The expansion of the Cathedral of Créteil
- Location: Créteil , France
- Photography: Yves Mernier, Luc Boegly, Devisubox, Udo Zembok, T/E/S/S
- Surface of the deployment 1 400 sqm
- Height of the cathedral 22,40 m
- Height of the bell tower-signal 44,50 m
- Beam south shell in the axis 19,57 m for 63 bows
- Beam north shell in the axis 19,95 m for 64 bows
- Section of stuck-laminated bows 160 x 750 mm
- Axis between the bows 560 mm
- Surface of the shells 1 600 m2
- Laminated wood stuck bows in spruce 350 m3
- Metallic frame 40 tons
- Wooden strips of douglas linear 25 000 metres 13
- Total cost: 9 million euros before tax
- Cost of work: 5,75 million euros before tax
- Competition: 2009
- Completion: 2015
Thursday, September 10th, 2015
Article source: 70F Architecture
Church building for the Moravian Church Amsterdam South East
Wi Eegi Kerki (Surinamese for Our Own Church) is a beacon of light in this part of Amsterdam (Bijlmer), the poorest part in town. The yellow-white church emits light permanently. Inside however, the exact opposite happens. The sunlight – or if you prefer, the moonlight – enters the church through a huge hidden skylight. The reaction of one of the visitors: “It feels like a higher power watches over you.”
Image Courtesy © Luuk Kramer
- Architects: 70F Architecture
- Project: Morovian Church
- Location: The Netherlands
- Photography: Luuk Kramer
Tuesday, August 25th, 2015
Article source: 4 plusz Építész Stúdió Kft
The Parish Church of Celestial Queen got its new place in an eclectic building at the Szent István square in Budapest. As a result of an agreement between the local government and the religious community, the Catholic parsonage has moved into the building formerly housing the Erkel Ferenc Music School.
Image Courtesy © Tamás ALBERTSZKI
- Architects: 4 plusz Építész Stúdió Kft
- Project: The New Parsonage, Parish Church of the Celestial Queen
- Location: Budapest, Hungary
- Photography: Tamás ALBERTSZKI
- Leading architect: Zoltán BERZSÁK
- Design team: Katalin KONYHA, Andrea STANISZEWSKI, Noemi SZIKSZAI
- Engineering: Kristály Klíma Plusz Kft.
- Structure: Terraplan 97 Kft.
- Landscape Architect: Open Air Design Kft.
- Electrical consultant: Studio NG Bt.
- Area: 554 sqm
- Project year: 2015
Friday, May 1st, 2015
Article source: Koffi & Diabaté Architectes
Here, our goal was to go beyond the traditional and to create a building in conformity with religious norms, all the while being modern, imposing and reflective of the spirit of the city. A building structure with character, both simple and intricate in its design details, with an emphasis put on natural ventilation. The project was built as a part of our community projects initiatives (donating the architecture) with the help of local residents.
Image Courtesy © Franois-Xavier Gbr
- Architects: Koffi & Diabaté Architectes
- Project: THE ASSINIE‐MAFIA CHURCH
- Location: Assinie‐Mafia, Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
- Photography: François‐Xavier Gbré
- Area: 607 m2
- Year: 2008
Tuesday, April 7th, 2015
Article source: BROWNMENESES
In response to the need to recover Ecuador’s sites listed as cultural heritage, our professional services were hired by the Coordinating Ministry for Heritage and Culture in order to create an architectural design for a roof for the old church of the city of Baños. These sites constitute a key factor for local and regional development, as well as for that of the country in general.
The old church in Baños is located next to the current Municipality and dates from 1788. It was renovated after the earthquake of 1797, but it was finally reduced to ruins by another earthquake in 1949.
Image Courtesy © BROWNMENESES
- Architects: BROWNMENESES
- Project: Roof over the Walls of the Old Baños Church
- Location: Baños, Ecuador
Thursday, February 12th, 2015
Article source: Bernardas Bagdanavicius & Vilmantas Bavarskis
This project was a competition entry for concept design of Catholic Church in Siauliai, Lithuania.
Located in the surroundings of Post Soviet era urban environment, proposed architectural design claims to deliver vision of enlightenment, light and purification. Floating ceiling and punched hole windows celebrates light and unity.
Image Courtesy © pogo partners
- Architects: pogo partners (Bernardas Bagdanavicius & Vilmantas Bavarskis)
- Project: Catholic Church
- Location: Siauliai, Lithuania
- Area: 3,000m2
- Status: concept
Tuesday, January 27th, 2015
Article source: schneider+schumacher
In March 2009 schneider+schumacher won a competition run by the Förderverein Autobahnkirche Siegerland e.V, which was founded for the specific purpose of establishing an Autobahn church.
The initiative for this project came from Hanneliese and Hartmut Hering, after having visited an Autobahn church in south Germany. Just one glance at the map revealed that a place like this was lacking in the entire Siegerland area, and consequently also along the very busy A 45.
Image Courtesy © schneider+schumacher
- Architects: schneider+schumacher
- Project: Autobahn Church
- Location: Siegerland, Wilnsdorf
- Software used: Microstation and Rhino/Grasshopper
- Client: Autobahnkirche Siegerland e.V., Herr Hartmut Hering, Frau Ute Pohl
- Site: approx. 500m²
- Gross floor area: approx. 240m²
- Net floor area: approx. 240m²
- Gross volume: approx. 2.050m³
- Dimensions: Chapel, approx. 14,00 x 14,00m plus access bridge
Wednesday, January 7th, 2015
Article source: sa.und.sa architetti + Paolo Mestriner
In the town of Sant’Angelo dei Lombardi, all around the Church of Santa Maria, the time has crystallized impeding the regular process of \”urban healing\”: in November 23rd 1980 the collapse of the structure, which occurred during a celebration, has swept 40 people; since then the area has been gradually reabsorbed by nature… Beyond Ruins is an urban workshop with the aim to explore new prospects for recovery, seeing the temporary like a precious opportunity for a resilient existence and in the landscape care a unique opportunity to rediscover the territorial identity.
Image Courtesy © sa.und.sa architetti + Paolo Mestriner
- Architects: sa.und.sa architetti + Paolo Mestriner
- Project: Summer school Beyond Ruins
- Location: Sant’Angelo dei Lombardi, Italy
- ORGANISATION: DiARC – Università Federico II di Napoli
- CLIENT: Comune di Sant’Angelo dei Lombardi
- SCIENTIFIC COMMITEE: Francesco Domenico Moccia Roberto Serino, Marichela Sepe, Salvatore Carbone
- SPONSORSHIP: INU Campania, Biennale dello Spazio Pubblico 2015, Fondazione di Comunità Officine Solidali onlus
- WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS: Guglielmo Avallone, Annarita Bianco, Marica Castigliano, Vanna Cestarello, Andrea Esposito, Giulio Esposito, Stefania Esposito, Maria Facciuto, Roberto Fusco, Valeria Garofalo, Elisabetta Ester Lombardi, Lea Manzi, Maria Luigia Manzi, Rossella Marena, Fabiana Marotta, Martina Mignola, Carmela Monteverde, Stefano Paladino, Imma Palomba, Paola Pavoni, Donato Quagliata, Ilaria Raia, Damiano Rigoni, Angela Spinelli, Francesca Tranchese, Plinio Vanni
- VIDEOMAKING AND POST-PRODUCTION: Associazione ULP
Saturday, November 1st, 2014
Article source: INUCE Architecture
Luoyuan is a fast growing city by the coast of Fujian, a Chinese province famous for its tea production on terraced plantations, its Hakka ethnic minority and their distinct ring – shaped residential architecture, the so called Fujian-Tulou.
Image Courtesy © INUCE Architecture
- Architects: INUCE Architecture
- Project: Luoyuan Protestant Church
- Location: Luoyuan, China
Wednesday, October 29th, 2014
Article source: Thesing & Thesing Architekten BDA
In the centre of the Westphalian town of Heiden, Thesing & Thesing Architekten have paid homage to history in their creation of a new community space adjacent to the town’s historical church square. Bricks were chosen as the exclusive material for the roof and façade of the new health centre and the pavement of the square itself, an expression of the holistic approach employed by the architects. The bricks of the Hagemeisters’s “Heiden” variety, produced especially for the project, vary in colour from a deep reddish-brown to a violet-red with blue anthracite smoke marks and contribute a sense of lasting permanence. Until the 1970s, a neo-gothic church dominated the centre of the community. In the contours of the new medical building, the architects recall the proportions of both the original church’s architecture and that of even older urban structures taken from the town’s original land registers.
Image Courtesy © Lukas Roth