Archive for the ‘Community Centre’ Category
Tuesday, November 11th, 2014
Article source: Perkins Eastman
Located in one of the DC’s oldest African-American neighborhoods, the Deanwood Community Center and Library is a joint-use facility that features educational, recreational, and athletic programs for all ages. The variety of programming —early care and education center, recreation pool, sound recording studio, and public library—serves both the local community and patrons from across the city.
Image Courtesy © Joseph Romeo
- Architects: Perkins Eastman
- Project: Deanwood Community Center and Library
- Location: U.S.A.
- Photography: Joseph Romeo
- Software used: Revit 2014 for renderings in the early stages in the design process.
Tuesday, October 21st, 2014
Article source: Olivier Ottevaere and John Lin / The University of Hong Kong
THE PINCH is a library and community center in Shuanghe Village, Yunnan Province, China. The project is part of a government led reconstruction effort after an earthquake in Sept 2012. The majority of village houses were destroyed, leaving the residents living in tents for up to one year. After the earthquake the government has sponsored new concrete and brick houses and a large central plaza. During the first site visit, the houses remained incomplete and the plaza was a large empty site.
Image Courtesy © Olivier Ottevaere and John Lin / The University of Hong Kong
- Architects: Olivier Ottevaere and John Lin / The University of Hong Kong
- Project: THE PINCH
- Location: Shuanghe Village, Yunnan Province, China
- Software used: Rhino
- Construction: Kunming Dianmuju Shangmao Company
- Funding: Supported by the Knowledge Exchange Impact Award, HKU
- Project Team: Crystal Kwan (Project Manager), Ashley Hinchcliffe, Connie Cheng, Johnny Cullinan, Jacky Huang, Joyce Ip, Yvonne Xu Meng
- Date: September 2012 – April 2014
- Size: 80 sqm
- Cost: 130,000 rmb
- Unit Cost: 1600 rmb/sqm
Sunday, October 19th, 2014
Article source: Bureau Architecture Méditerranée
The project includes the People’s National Assembly, the National Council (Senate), the Chamber (Congress), and a residence for legislators.
Algeria’s new parliament is a project that must meet the highest standards.
The building needs to embody the idea of democracy in action, the Algeria of the future, freedom, peace, strong but deliberative power. The architecture must communicate a distinct national identity founded on universal values.
Image Courtesy © Bureau Architecture Méditerranée
- Architects: Bureau Architecture Méditerranée
- Project: New Algerian Parliament
- Location: Algiers, Algeria
- Official name of the project: Parliament – Senate – Congress , People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria
- Client: People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria
- Architects/designers: Thierry CHAMBON, Maxime REPAUX, Frédéric ROUSTAN
- Project manager: Frédéric ROUSTAN, Yassine ALLICHE
- Collaborateurs: Sergii MITAKI, Ievgen GRYTSENKO, Laura MARCHEPOIL, Guillermo PANDO DE PRADO, Jean Christophe JODRY, David FROMAIN, Olivier VANEL, Jonathan TOURTOIS, Antony LONGEREY, Louise CATIN, Thérésa TOPOUKA
- Area of project: 220 000 m2
- Budget: not disclosed
- Project end date: 2019
Tuesday, October 14th, 2014
Article source: Frei + Saarinen Architekten
In 2011, Zurich-based architects Frei + Saarinen won the competition to replace a “front building” that was damaged by a fire. The front-building is so called because it is attached to a triple gymnasium that is also used for events such as concerts, exhibitions, carnival, marriages (with up to 1000 guests), etc.
Image Courtesy © Hannes Henz
- Architects: Frei + Saarinen Architekten
- Project: Front Building of Chliriethalle
- Location: Chlirietstrasse, 8154 Oberglatt, Switzerland
- Photography: Hannes Henz, Zürich , Stefan Wuelser
- Client: Community Oberglatt, Switzerland
- Type of commission: Competition, 1st Prize (2011)
- Architecture Team: Frei + Saarinen Architekten GmbH, Barbara Frei, Martin Saarinen, with Beat Lengen, Hans-Christian Rufer
- Engineer: WGG Schnetzer Puskas Ingenieure AG
- Manufacturers/Suppliers: Eternit roof
Friday, August 29th, 2014
Article source: Dobrosi Tamás
Felcsút is a community of 1800 souls in the Váli Valley, 40 kilometers west of Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Since 2004, the locality hosts the largest education center for aspiring young footballers in the country; an institution named in 2006 after one of the greatest football legends in history, Olympic champion,European Cup winner and World Cup silver medalist Ferenc Puskás.
Image Courtesy © György Dénes
- Architects: Dobrosi Tamás
- Project: Pancho Arena
- Location: Felcsút, Hungary
- Photography: György Dénes, László Döme Jr, József Takács, Tamás Dósa Papp
- Project Team: Imre Balázs Arnóczki, Antal Szegedi, Krisztina Törekiné Bakó, László Király, Ferenc Vavrik, Barna Jóföldi, Oszkár Orbán, Lídia Mikus, Olivér Kis-Simon, Tamás Dósa Papp
- Client: A Felcsúti Utánpótlás Neveléséért Alapítvány
Friday, August 29th, 2014
Article source: Affleck de la Riva architects
Founded in 1995 by Gavin Affleck and Richard de la Riva and based in Montreal, Canada, Affleck de la Riva Architects believe that quality environmental design is an agent of social change and a key element in fostering citizenship, social equity, and healthy lifestyles. The firm provides services for the design and construction of institutional, commercial and residential projects and has also developed specific expertise in urban design and the restoration of historic structures.
Image Courtesy © Marc Cramer
- Architects: Affleck de la Riva architects
- Project: Saint Roch-de-l’Achigan City Hall
- Location: Quebec, Canada
- Photography: Marc Cramer
- Client: Municipality of Saint-Roch-de-l’Achigan
- Project manager: Richard de la Riva
- Design architect: Richard de la Riva
- Project team: Melanie Morris, Brigitte Boudreau, Cesar Vivanco and Sergio ClavijoStructural, mechanicaland electrical engineers: Leroux Beaudoin Hurens
- Budget: 2 920 000 $CA
- Area of project: 16 800 ft2 / 1560 m2
- Project end date: 2012
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014
Article source: SUPERBLOCK
The site of the former train station Nordbahnhof in the second district is currently considered one of the largest inner-city development areas in Vienna.
Image Courtesy © Hertha Hurnaus
- Architects: SUPERBLOCK
- Project: Wohnen mit scharf!
- Location: Vienna, Austria
- Photography: Hertha Hurnaus
Wednesday, July 9th, 2014
Article source: SPARK Architects
In the tradition of conceptual and visionary architecture proposals, SPARK Architects reveal their design for a floating hawker centre – the Solar Orchid. This concept for self-contained, solar-powered, floating hawker pods suggests a way to mend the now distant relationship between Singapore and its waterscapes, while celebrating and reinvigorating a favoured local pass time.
Image Courtesy © SPARK Architects
- Architects: SPARK Architects
- Project: SOLAR ORCHID
- Location: Singapore
- Project Director: Stephen Pimbley
- Team: Lim Wenhui, Peter Morris, Anusha Bajpal, Nanako McIntosh, Chanachai, Panichpattanakij
Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
Article source: gayet roger architectes
Clearly identifiable from the public space and the tram stop ( the tram line serves the area), the house of the Sardine district will be implanted in a highly developing area., between the new eco-friendly Artigon district and the existing suburban area.
The program is contained in a wood monolith, deformed to be adapted to street corners respecting the distances imposed by town planning regulations, and to fully benefit from all the views and the panorama. These spaces will be green areas and occupied by units integrating storage for bikes, rubbish bins, street lamps and technical lockers.
Image Courtesy © Julien Fernandez
- Architects: gayet roger architectes
- Project: Community center Sardine
- Location: Pessac, France
- Photography: Julien Fernandez
- Partners In Charge: Clementine Roger, Aldric Gayet
- Project Area: 210m²
- Project Year: 2013
Tuesday, May 27th, 2014
Article source: DesignInc
Deakin University pursues an ongoing relevance to Rural and Regional engagement. As part of their core commitments, the development of the REACH Project (Regional Community Health Hub) contributes to this philosophy by intending to both recruit from and return graduates to the Rural and Regional areas. Deakin University’s REACH project was nominated for Federal Government Funding, as part of the EIF (Education Investment Fund), third round of funding applications.
Image Courtesy © Sarah Louise Photography
- Architects: DesignInc
- Project: Deakin University Regional Community Health Hub (REACH)
- Location: VIC 3125, Australia
- Photography: Sarah Louise Photography
- Date of construction completion: 22 February 2013
- Cost at completion of construction: $40M
- Gross floor area (m2): 8,000
- Cost per square metre: $5,000
- Owner, Client: Deakin University
- Practice Team: Rohan Wilson – Project Director, Christon Batey-Smith – Project Director, John Loftus Hill – Senior Project Architect / Associate, Roger Schmidt – Project Leader, Tim Walpole-Walsh – Project Architect, Costa Papadopoulos – Project Architect, Sonya Montgomerie – Senior Architect, Peter Whiter – Architect, Philip Weatherlake – Architect, Wilson Heng – Architect, Kylee McQualter – Senior Technician, Afrodite Moulatsiotis – Interior Designer, Christopher Free – Interior Designer, Travers Cunnington – Senior Graphic Designer.
- Consultant Team: Quantity Surveyor (Cost Consultant) – Wilde & Woolard, Structural & Civil Engineering – Irwin Consult, Services Engineering inc. Fire Engineering – Umow Lai, Landscape Architecture – GBLA, Disabled Access – Terry Osborn.
- Construction Team: Builder – Cockram Constructions.