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Cruise Ship Terminal in the Port in Seville, Spain by ARQUITECTOS HOMBRE DE PIEDRA & buró4

Monday, April 28th, 2014

Article source: ARQUITECTOS HOMBRE DE PIEDRA & buró4

The Port of Seville needed a new Cruise Ship Terminal with a flexible character, multipurpose, extendable, easily removable and even movable. This would permit to accomodate the unpredictable number of passengers in the port and it would not limit the possibilities of the urban-port valuable space of the Muelle de las Delicias. Re-using shipping containers was proposed. On the other hand, the place, near the historic centre, was claiming an object of architectural quality to dialogue with its urban environment.

Image Courtesy ©  Jesús Granada.

Image Courtesy © Jesús Granada.

  • Architects: ARQUITECTOS HOMBRE DE PIEDRA & buró4
  • Project: Cruise Ship Terminal in the Port
  • Location: Seville, Spain
  • Photography: Jesús Granada.
  • Design Team: Juan Manuel Rojas Fernández, 
Jesús Díaz Gómez
, José Luis Sainz-Pardo Prieto-Castro, Ramón de los Santos Cuevas Rebollo, Jorge Ferral Sevilla, Laura Domínguez Hernández, Francisco Javier Carmona Stamatis Zografos
, Cristiano Rossi, Angelene Clarke
  • Structural engineering: Same as architects
  • Construction supervision: Same as architects
  • Quantity Surveyor: Manuel J. Cansino Conejero
  • Client: Seville Port Authority
  • Built area: 508 m2 (gross)
  • Cost: 225.210 € 443 €/m2
  • Design phase (beginning and ending month, year): January 2013- March 2013
  • Construction phase (beginning and ending month, year): March 2013 – April 2013 (45 days: 30 days in the industry and 15 days on-site)

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Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore by RSP Architects Planners & Engineers (Pte) Ltd

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Article source: RSP Architects Planners & Engineers (Pte) Ltd 

Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore (MBCCS) at Marine South, it is designed for operational efficiency to ensure a smooth and seamless visitor experience. The terminal has the facilities to accommodate the world’s largest cruise ships including Oasis-class vessel currently in service. The terminal building at 28300 m2, will have the ability to handle 6,800 cruise passengers at any one time, effectively doubling Singapore’s current berth capacity. The facilities included spacious arrival and departure halls and a large ground transportation area to efficiently and expeditiously process a large volume of passenger traffic expected.

Image Courtesy © RSP Architects Planners & Engineers (Pte) Ltd

Development Of Cruise Terminal Extension Project in Port of Cartagena, Spain by Martin Lejarraga Architect

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

Article source: Martin Lejarraga Architect

The development of cruise terminal is located in the Port of Cartagena; a place with exceptional conditions because of the sea views and because it is very close to the city.

This platform of 11.024 m2 has a dual condition that allows you to see Cartagena from inside and outside.

Image Courtesy David Frutos

  • Architects: Martin Lejarraga Architect
  • Project: Development Of Cruise Terminal Extension Project
  • Location: Port of Cartagena, Spain
  • Client: Port Authority
  • Architect: Martin Lejarraga
  • Architectural Office: Martin Lejarraga
  • Engineers: Juan Cebrián, Martín Jaúregui
  • Collaborators: Mar Melgarejo, Julián Lloret, Beatriz Cascales, Javier Poveda, Claudia Montoya
  • Structural Engineer: Typsa
  • General Constructor: Pavasal
  • Photographs: David Frutos
  • Built-Up Area: 11.074 m2
  • Start Of Planning: 2011
  • Completion: 2012
  • Building Costs: 1.630.000 €
  • Programs used to design: CAD design programs

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Port and Cruise Service Center in Taiwan by LOVE architecture and urbanism

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

Article source: LOVE architecture and urbanism

Concept

STEP 1: EXTEND THE URBAN GRID

….therefore the sandou 4th rd. and the lingnan rd. will be extended on the site. the road extensions will be connected by the new “seashore drive” which is parallel to the existing seashore rd. – but as close to the sea as possible (20m harbour facility zone).

Rendering

  • Architect: LOVE architecture and urbanism
  • Name of Project: Port and Cruise Service Center
  • Location: Taiwan
  • Type: International competition
  • Software used: AutoCAD

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New terminal for Stockholm in Sweden by C. F. Møller Architects

Friday, August 26th, 2011

Article source: C. F. Møller Architects

The new terminal for Stockholm’s permanent ferry connections to Finland and the Baltics will be a landmark for the new urban development Norra Djursgårdsstaden – both architecturally and environmentally. The terminal, which will have a facade covered with expanded mesh, recalls the shape of a moving vessel and the architecture – with large cranes and warehouses – that previously characterized the ports. At the same time, the terminal has an ambitious sustainable profile, characteristic of the entire development.

Interior departures hall

  • Architects: C. F. Møller Architects
  • Project: New terminal for Stockholm
  • Location: Värtahamnen, Stockholm, Sverige
  • Client: Stockholms Hamn AB
  • Size: 16,500 m2 and a new customs area of 1,100 m2
  • Year: 2009-2010

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(TOO) MANY COLUMNS in Vienna, Austria by Stephan Sobl

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Article source: Stephan Sobl

The epitome of a Hypostyle Hall in my project is a field of massive and fragile columns that define a variation of spatial and volumetric interiors of the terminal. Denser areas of the field create intimate spaces and become areas to rest whereas less dens areas are circulation routes and contain architectural programs.

Aerial Perspective

  • Architects: Stephan Sobl
  • Project: (TOO) MANY COLUMNS
  • Location: Vienna, Austria

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Hong Kong’s new cruise terminal by Foster + Partners

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

On the 8th of April 2010, a foundation stone was laid at the Hong Kong’s new cruise terminal. The laying ceremony was attended by the Chief Executive of HKSAR, senior government officials and representatives of the architects Foster + Partners and Dragages team.

Hong Kong’s New Cruise Terminal

  • Construction: 2010 – 2013
  • Client: Architectural Services Department, Hong Kong SAR
  • Programme: Due to open 2013
  • Construction Floor Area: 143,600 sqm
  • Site Area: 76,000 m2
  • Building Height: 40m
  • Number of storeys: 3
  • No. of Retail: 5,600 sqm
  • Structure: Concrete
  • Cladding: PVF2 aluminium panels / double glazed units
  • Sustainability: HK BEAM Platinum
  • Concourse length : 675m
  • Water depth : 13m
  • Length of Apron : 850m
  • Passenger peak loading : 8400 passengers

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CSS DE FERROL in Ferrol, Galicia, Spain by Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos and Antonio Desmonts Sierra

Saturday, April 23rd, 2011

As the prow of a ship ready to weigh anchor and set sail, on the hammer of the main dock of the Outer Harbour of Ferrol, opened to the views of the estuary.

See View

  • Arquitects: Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos [Lucas Díaz Sierra, Gustavo Díaz García] and Antonio Desmonts Sierra
  • Name of Project: CSS DE FERROL
  • Location : Ferrol, Galicia, Spain
  • Project : CCS Control and Servicies Center for the Port Authority of Ferrol in colaboration with Antonio Desmonts Sierra.
  • Date: 2010
  • Typology: Infrastructure
  • Client: Port Authority of Ferrol – San Cibrao
  • Area: 2 130 m²
  • Photographer: Eloy Taboada

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Kaohsiung Port and Cruise Service Center in Kaohsiung, Taiwan by REISER + UMEMOTO

Saturday, March 12th, 2011

For the Kaohsiung Port Terminal, we propose a dynamic 3-dimensional urbanism that takes advantage of the site’s unique lateral positioning with respect to the city grid.  Existing public pedestrian flows along the proposed elevated boardwalk can be amplified, rather than interrupted by creating a continuous elevated public esplanade along the waterfront. Cruise and ferry functions, meanwhile, are located just below the public level and are kept distinct to maintain secure areas for departing/arriving passengers.

Model from Waterside

  • Architect: REISER + UMEMOTO
  • Project Name: Kaohsiung Port and Cruise Service Center
  • Location: Kaohsiung, Taiwan, R.O.C
  • Use: Cruise Terminal & Port Service Center
  • Site Area: 24,600㎡
  • Bldg. Area: 12,831㎡
  • Gross Floor Area: 36,883㎡
  • Bldg. Coverage Ratio: 52%
  • Gross Floor Ratio: %
  • Bldg. Scale: 15 Stories above Ground, 2 Stories below Ground
  • Structure: Steel
  • Max. Height: 70m
  • Landscape Area: 11,500㎡
  • Parking Lot: 710 cars, 720 motorbikes
  • Exterior Finish: Metal
  • Complete year: 2014

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