Archive for the ‘Control Centre’ Category
Tuesday, May 10th, 2016
Article source: SCAPE agency
The building will house the RER E Single Control Center and the Paris-Est Centralized Traffic Control as its extension for the Substation Central Unit.
The SNCF has elected SCAPE Agency as winner of a competition for a building in Pantin housing the RER E Single Control Center, the Paris-Est Centralized Traffic Control (and its extension for the Substation Central Unit).
Image Courtesy © Marco Tripodi
- Architects: SCAPE agency
- Project: New SNCF traffic control builing
- Location: Pantin, Paris
- Photography: Marco Tripodi
Tuesday, March 15th, 2016
Article source: RMJM Group
Bird – Spirit of the Tower
An air traffic control tower is the absolute symbol of aviation industry, of traveling, of welcoming and of wishing good bye. The highest building in the airport is as important as a first impression as any. It signals arrival or departure, safety and a watch over the complicated and definitely not earthly experience of flying. In other words although not a gate in shape it is undoubtedly the metaphor of one.
Image Courtesy © RMJM Group
- Architects: RMJM Group
- Project: Airport Traffic Control Tower
- Location: Turkey
Tuesday, February 16th, 2016
Article source: Walters Storyk Design Group (WSDG)
BOSTON, MA: A cultural icon for 134 years, the Boston Symphony Orchestra is world-renowned for the excellence and diversity of its performances. Broadcast from Symphony Hall, via radio, TV and the Internet, the BSO’s symphonic performances and the ‘Boston Pops’ concerts encompass the entire spectrum of classical and contemporary music, from Rachmaninoff and Beethoven to Aerosmith and Barry Manilow. After more than forty- five years of service in the broadcast and recording of thousands of concerts, the Symphony Hall’s Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft Control Room has earned a major upgrade.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra Control Room has been redesigned by WSDG. Please credit photo , Image Courtesy © Cheryl Fleming Photography
- Acoustic Consultants: Walters Storyk Design Group (WSDG)
- Project: BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA UNVEILS WSDG-REDESIGNED CONTROL ROOM
- Location: BOSTON, Massachusetts, US
- Photography: PK Pandey, Cheryl Fleming Photography
Wednesday, January 21st, 2015
Article source: Bechter Zaffignani Architekten
The new building for the power station control centre of Tiroler Wasserkraft AG in Silz is a massive, tower-like, free-standing building. The dominant building on the site was and still remains the old turbine building. Various additions reduced the impact made by this building, with the result that the high-energy processes on the power station site were no longer externally legible. Through the forma idiom it employs the new building attempts to depict these processes.
Image Courtesy © Rasmus Norlander
- Architects: Bechter Zaffignani Architekten, Bregenz
- Project: TIWAG POWER STATION CONTROL CENTRE WITH VISITOR CENTRE
- Location: Dr Meinrad Praxmarerstrasse, 6424 Silz, Tirol
- Photography: Rasmus Norlander, Zürich, Stockholm
- Client: Tiroler Wasserkraft AG, Innsbruck
- Project participants: Baumanagement Oswald (construction management, planning of building services and electrical services), ZSZ Ingenieure, Maurer and Partner (control room design), Weithas Bauphysik, K&M Brandschutzplanung, Comparex Austria (IT planning), Teindl Ziviltechniker (geology , hydrology), Zumtobel Licht, Fröschl AG (concrete construction), Luzian Bouvier (building services), Airtech (ventilation), Fiegl&Spielberger (electrical services)
- Procedure: competition for a new building for the power station control centre with visitor centre, Silz | 1st prize, EU-wide,limited entry competition according to Austrian federal procurement law with selection of entrants (prequalification)
- Realisation: 2012-2014
Wednesday, March 19th, 2014
Article source: Kubota & Bachmann Architects
At the beginning of the 21st century, Cluj’s new control tower is the beacon and a symbol for Cluj’s architecture.
The tower is functional, alluring and green.
In our time, the reflection and integration of ecological standards seems mandatory.
Image Courtesy © Kubota & Bachmann Architects
- Architects: Kubota & Bachmann Architects
- Project: New Control Tower Airport
- Location: Cluj-Napoca, Roumania
- Client: RA Romatsa
- Type of Competition: Open Competition
- Program: Control Tower, Technical and Administrative Building
- Construction Area: 2 500m²
- Building Area: 1 000 m²
- Usable Floor Area: 1 023 m²
- Gross Floor Area: 1 426m²
- Building Hight: 42.80 m
- Result (January 2014): 6th prix
- Competition entry submission: 17th December 2013
- Change in Architects: Toshihiro KUBOTA, Francisco MARTINEZ, Ikbal BOUAITA, Pierre VOIRIN
- Local Architect: Klara L. VEER
- Translation: Cathrine Baciu, François VOIRIN
- Structure Engineer: Bollinger+Grohmann Ingenieure
- Perspectives: Jigen
Friday, December 13th, 2013
Article source: SADAR + VUGA
New Air Traffic Control Center at the Ljubljana airport, comprising air control center with 24/7 amenities and office premises, is a highly demanding and complex object due to the nature of the institution it hosts. It is designed to enable safety and high operational activity as well as consistent comfort for visitors and staff 24 hours a day all year around.
Image Courtesy © SADAR + VUGA
- Architects: SADAR + VUGA
- Project: Air Traffic Control Center (ATCC) Slovenia
- Location: Airport Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Type: Infrastructure
- Source: Public tender, selected project
- Client: Slovenia Control, Slovenian Air Navigation Services, Ltd.
- Site area: 7,996 m2
- Building area: 2,350 m2
- Stories: Basement + ground floor + 3 stories
- Structure: Reinforced concrete
- Cladding: Glass, aluminum panels
- Areas: ATTC 7,186 m2, garage 3,195 m2
- Program: Air traffic control center, offices, congress hall, restaurant, fitness
Sunday, January 15th, 2012
Article source: Tomas Garcia Piriz (CUAC.arquitectura) + Jose Luis Muñoz Muñoz
“Architecture and landscape joined together in the shade of a great pre-existing tree”.
The building is located on the outskirts of Loja town in marked agricultural character. This project relates to a beautiful plot of cultivated land served by an irrigation ditch and a leafy mass. This building is thought to be very suitable for a new program based on consciousness, protection and publicity of the agricultural beliefs in Loja.
Image Courtesy Javier Callejas Sevilla
- Architects: Tomas Garcia Piriz (CUAC.arquitectura) + Jose Luis Muñoz Muñoz
- Project: Biodiversity Center
- Location: Loja, Granada, Spain
- Date of ending: January 2011
- Built Surface: 430,40 m2
- Cost: 425.297,73 € = 587.889,05 $
- Constructor: CONSTRUCCIONES MELLADO ROMERO S.L.
- Promotor: AYUNTAMIENTO DE LOJA
- Photographs: JAVIER CALLEJAS SEVILLA
- Tomás García Píriz (1978). Architect. Asociate Professor at Granada School of Architecture.
- Jose Luís Múñoz Múñoz (1978). Architect.
- Software used: AUTOCAD for Drawings; 3D STUDIO Max for 3d Models; PRESTO for Economical studies; CYPECAD for Structure Designing
Tuesday, November 8th, 2011
Article source: moreno del valle arquitectos, slp
RAILWAY CONTROL CENTRE – HIGH SPEED LINE MADRID-LEVANTE.
“…wise as the serpents, simple as the doves” (matthew 10:16)
The building is categorical on its implantation, an auxiliar plot nearby the albacete station railways. The proposal gets presence without stridencies, with discretion. The building has to solve a multiuse program, it also has to be a very symbolical landmark.
General nigth view (Images Courtesy Fernando alda)
- Architect: David moreno del valle (moreno del valle arquitectos, slp)
- Name of Project: Railway Control Center
- Location: Railways station, Albacete, Spain
- Client: adif
- Collaborators: Daniel vazquez míguez, arquitecto, borja martin melchor, arquitecto, Antonio pascual ciudad, iccp, jose zamora garcia, aisin simarro levia.
- Photography: Fernando alda.
Thursday, July 7th, 2011
Article source: RDH Architects
Municipal operations centres rarely attract attention from architects or the public, but the maintenance of our physical environment and infrastructure is critical to the well-being of any community. The design of the Newmarket Operations Centre aims to celebrate these services through the creation of a new local landmark while meeting complex technical requirements in a robust and economical structure. The project embodies a pragmatic rethinking of the municipal operations centre and sets a new national standard for the design of this under-appreciated building type.
Newmarket Operations Centre (Image Courtesy Tom Arban)
- Architects: RDH Architects
- Project: Newmarket Operations Centre
- Location: Newmarket, Ontario, Canada
- Construction: 2007-2010
- Building Area: 6,100 Sq.M.
- Owner: Town of Newmarket
- Architect & Prime Consultant: RDH Architects (Bob Goyeche, Tony Lopes, Scott Wilson, Geoff Miller, Carlos Tavares)
- Sofwtare used: AutoCAD 2008. Modeling was done in Rhino and Google Sketchup.
Tuesday, June 21st, 2011
Article source: Endo Shuhei Architect Institute
The function of this architecture is security and controlling all the floodgates located at port of Fukura, enlighten dangerous of the Tsunami for tourists, and use as a place of refuge in case of the Tsunami warning. For these reasons, ensure to keep the spaces of necessary and viewpoint for watching all over the port, also rational shape and structure to against of Tsunami and the drift came after disaster are necessary.
Images Courtesy Yoshiharu Matsumura
- Architect: Endo Shuhei Architect Institute
- Project name: Looptecture Fukura
- Location: Minamiawaji-city, Hyogo-pref. Japan
- Building Facility: Tsunami Disaster Preventive Control Center
- Completion: March 2010
- Photographer: Yoshiharu Matsumura, EndoShuheiArchitects