Archive for the ‘Club’ Category
Tuesday, October 20th, 2015
Article source: Barberio Colella ARC
Italian cookery is worldwide appreciated and the very cooking of Bologna excels for many features. Bologna’s C.A.A.B.® will welcome in 2016 such a 80.000 m2 entertainment centre: F.I.CO®. This structure will host swimming pools, restaurants, orchards, beehives, teaching farms and shopping centres. F.I.CO® is planned to become a pivotal international attraction; this will trigger an important territorial redevelopment in order to welcome users and tourist. F.I.CO®.Wellness Club aims to offer a wellness area for those classy visitors willing to discover both nutrition and body care.
Image Courtesy © Barberio Colella ARC
- Architects: Barberio Colella ARC
- Project: Food & Wellness Club
- Location: Bologna, Italy
- Software used: Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, EvoluteTool, Photoshop, Vray for Rhino, Autocad
Tuesday, July 14th, 2015
Article source: Walters Storyk Design Group (WSDG)
ZURICH, SWITZERLAND: NEO, is a dazzling new club/bar/restaurant located on the ground floor of an upscale high-rise in Zurich’s burgeoning Europaallee Sector. Although the rapidly gentrifying area is adjacent to the Swiss Railroad Mainstation, the local residents’ chic demographic makes late night clamor particularly objectionable. Sensitive to potential neighborhood backlash, the venue owners resolved to deflect these latent problems before they became an issue. Their solution? Engage Walters-Storyk Design Group-WSDG.
Neo interior bar note staircase leading up to balcony lounge, Image Courtesy © Dirk Noy
Tuesday, July 14th, 2015
Article source: Extreme Design
The designers from Extreme Design Studio chose “cosmopolitan luxury” as the main theme of their restaurant club project , as it most closely reflects the desire of their client to recreate a stylish and luxurious interior club represented by the motto ‘Eat, Play and Dance’. They created a design that targets at the night kings and queens from the cosmopolitan city-plush interior, shiny surfaces and spectacular chandeliers. The overall concept of the club is created to impose its own brand of class and luxury in the nightlife of the city.Epitome of unprecedented style and aristocratic hospitality.
Image Courtesy © Extreme Design
- Architects: Extreme Design
- Project: Blue Martini
- Location: Port Harcourt,Nigeria
- Design team: Dimitar Kopkaliev and Stanimira Jordanova
- Built area: 345 m2
Friday, July 3rd, 2015
Article source: Gustavo Penna Architect & Associates
The intervention proposed at the Community Center Serra Dourada stablishes a very respectful relationship with the original elements of the ranch, giving it a unique character to this place. The new buildings were conceived to minimize the interventions on the topography and to preserve the maximum of the original vegetation.
Image Courtesy © Gustavo Penna Architect & Associates
Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015
Article source: Hi-Tech CADD Services
Photorealistic 3D Rendering With Reflective Surface For Wall And Floor Without Using Glare Lighting
Image Courtesy © Hi-Tech CADD Services
- Architects: Hi-Tech CADD Services
- Project: Photorealistic 3D Rendering With Reflective Surface For Night Club
- Software used: 3DS Max
Sunday, April 5th, 2015
Article source: NO Arquitectos Lda.
Design a disco club could be frightening and it may become a very naughty challenge. The requirements of the main public and the final purpose is the opposite of my main beliefs on architecture.
Some keywords for a program like this are ‘entertainment’, ‘vanity’, ‘excess’, ‘fantasy’ and somehow ‘performance’ seeking legitimacy.
Austerity and delict may coexist, depending on the critical state of awareness of the facts and its proper resolution, as A. Loos stood for. I’m out to read.
Image Courtesy © Arménio Teixeira
- Architects: NO Arquitectos Lda. (José Carlos Nunes de Oliveira, arch.)
- Project: Olympia Cinema
- Location: Rua Passos Manuel, Porto
- Photography: Arménio Teixeira
- Colaborators: André Oliveira arch; Hugo Araújo arch; Juliana Costa arch.
- Client: Olympia Will
- Constructors: Paulo Jesus Ribeiro; Vidraria da Povoa; Construções Perfeição; Alcino Tavares; Nelson Cunha; Joaquim Lopes; Sersilport; António Castro Sousa; Cozimoreira; Vidraria Barbosa
Friday, March 27th, 2015
Article source: Re-Act Now Studio
The primary theme we received from the client was that of integrating the concept of an architectural object that would function as restaurant and club in the center of Constanta town on a plot neighbouring on one side the central park and on the other side an important transition street. thus the object was supposed to become the “new place” in town. of course neither in our case the architectural object couldn’t dissociate itself from correctly analyzing, among others, the target of the two major functional spaces: the users. the discussions with the beneficiary turned out the users are mostly the same for both functions but partly completely different. so since the plot on the other hand failed to impose additional constraints on the concept, we realized that the mark of the place is the mark of the moment, of the user, of his present and future spirit for cultural expectations… and we were the ones that had to begin imprinting this mark.
Image Courtesy © Andrei Margulescu
- Architects: Re-Act Now Studio
- Project: Restaurant and club
- Location: Constanta, Romania
- Photography: Andrei Margulescu
- Software used: Autodesk, Autocad, 3DS Max
- Project team: Mario Kuibuş, Laurenţiu Coceangă, Viorel Zoicaş, Ana-Maria Pop, Oana Purice
- Structures: Litoral Proiect Construct
- Installation: Elma Trading Comp
- Area: 1800 sqm
- Year of completion: 2013
Tuesday, March 17th, 2015
Article source: parasite studio
The design proposal started from generating a completely black box, as well as a shape and as a concept, an abstract space that doesn’t breathe towards the outside world but keeps locked within the memory of events. Therefore the existing windows become showcases for exhibiting and communicating towards the outside, a sort of dynamic information screens. In the first design concepts we tried to cover and hide the existing structure, then tried to ignore it but came to realize that the best solution is to integrate the structure within the general interior design and to multiply it as a deformed projected image on the perimeter walls.Over the actual structure we imposed two elements with the intention of unifying the interior – one is the continuous strip of the perimeter walls that wraps up the entire space, comprising gaming as well as technical areas, and the other one is the artificial lighting that through its dynamic, intensity and color scheme modifies the space and in the same time divides it discrete in different areas. The spaces that make up the interior are thus differentiated in dynamic areas for gaming, static areas for bar and seats, intermediary areas for communication, etc.The flux of movements in the interior space has been a major theme from the beginning on, and the carpet was personalized as an interior map that charts the different functional areas by the use of printed texts and paths. This adds to the fact that the entire space can be read as a communicating body that facilitates the movement within it and the reading of the separate areas. The strong colors chosen for highlighting the space set landmarks in the black surrounding.For the whole interior design we strived to create a strong conceptual identity around the theme of the Blackbox, defining all the elements that make up the whole, the logo, the furniture ant the entire interior context.
Image Courtesy © Marius DUMITRASCU
- Architects: parasite studio
- Project: Club BlackboX
- Location: Iulius Mall, Timisoara, RO
- Photography: Marius DUMITRASCU
- AUTHOR: Claudiu Toma
- ARCHITECT TEAM: Attila Wenczel, Marius Dumitrascu, Zeno Ardelean
Saturday, January 31st, 2015
Article source: Walters Storyk Design Group (WSDG)
NEW YORK: As the culmination of a nearly 20-year-long odyssey, the Lower East Side Girls Club has added a new component to its year-old Center for Community. A classic Airstream Trailer (circa 1958) has been repurposed as a teaching, production and recording studio for LESGC’s WGRL Internet Radio Station and Recording Arts Program. Prominently displayed in a second story window in LESGC’s recently completed $20 million sustainably-built 12 story building at 101 Avenue D, the studio was designed and configured by Walters Storyk Design Group cofounder/architect/ acoustician John Storyk.
Image Courtesy © Lower East Side Girls Club Airstream Recording / Teaching Studio (from- Ave. D through 2nd floor window, Cheryl Fleming
Tuesday, December 16th, 2014
Article source: GRIL KIKELJ ARHITEKTI
The afternoon sunlight illuminates the top of AnskiVrh hill and reflects off the surface of the rather fast Savinja River. The river is surrounded by cliffs, occasionally creating whitewater sections suitable for kayaking. People from the town of Celje are walking along the Savinja walkways. Rivet banks in any urban habitat are areas of great architectural interest, especially where urban path s and roads connect with the river environment. Those are precious locations where rivers form bays and cape s, forks or basins. Accompanied by the appropriate architectural elements, such places refine the urban area. This is also the case with the new kayak club construction on a river promontory in Celje, built after the old club premises were burnt down.
Image Courtesy © Boštjan KIKELJ & Klavdij KIKELJ
- Architects: GRIL KIKELJ ARHITEKTI , Matjaž GRIL
- Project: KAYAK CLUB
- Location: CELJE, SLOVENIA
- Photography: Boštjan KIKELJ, Klavdij KIKELJ
- Software used: ARCHICAD and ZWCAD
- Site area: 1700 m2
- Net area: 580 m2
- Completed: 2011