Archive for the ‘Cultural Center’ Category
Thursday, March 19th, 2015
Article source: adh [doazan+hirschberger&associés]
A few steps away from St Jean Station,the Maison des Danses strengthens the artistic and educational vocation of the neighborhood,along with the Conservatory of Bordeaux and the School of Fine Arts.
The “Maisons des Danses” is part of Bordeaux’s traditional spirit,and offers cultural facilities open to choreography and the world.
Image Courtesy © HervéAbbadie
- Architects: adh [doazan+hirschberger&associés]
- Project: MAISON DES DANSES
- Location: Bordeaux, France
- Photography: HervéAbbadie
- Architects in charge: Benoîte Doazan, Nicolas Novello, Stéphane Hirschberger
- Project Management: Adh[doazan+hirschberger&associés],architects |altia, acoustics expert| architecture& technique scenographer |cetab bettce,economist| pixelum,lightconception
- Area: 1000 m2
- Year: 2012
- Acoustics expert: altia
- Light conception: pixelum
- Economist: cetab
- Scenographer: architecture & technique
Wednesday, March 18th, 2015
Article source: 100architects
This project is located in Hong Kong, next to the delta of the Pearl River in the public pier of Kowloon, facing Hong Kong Island.
The site is just besides multiple cultural venues such as the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Hong Kong Museum of Arts and the Hong Kong Space Museum among others.
Image Courtesy © 100architects
- Architects: 100architects
- Project: Lucky Coin
- Location: Hong Kong, China
- Software used: AutoCAD, Photoshop, Rhinoceros 5.0
Friday, March 13th, 2015
Article source: Formosis building studio
Human habitation in Afghanistan dates back to the Middle Paleolithic Era, and the country’s strategic location along the Silk Road connected it to the cultures of the Middle East, Central Asia, and South Asia. Through the ages the land has been home to various peoples and witnessed many military campaigns, notably by Alexander the Great, Arab Muslims, Genghis Khan, and in the modern-era by Western powers. The land also served as a source from which the Kushans, Hephthalites, Samanids, Ghaznavids, Ghorids, Khiljis, Mughals, Durranis, and others have risen to form major empires.
Image Courtesy © Formosis building studio
Wednesday, March 11th, 2015
Article source: LUCA POIAN FORMS
Overlooking the majestic Buddha cliffs our proposal for the Bamiyan cultural centre is the creation of a timeless architecture perched over the Bamiyan valley. The building created provides a portal to the surrounding landscape, connecting the visitors to the lower valley and beyond.
Image Courtesy © LUCA POIAN FORMS
- Architects: LUCA POIAN FORMS
- Project: Bamiyan Cultural Centre
- Client: UNESCO
- Use: Cultural Centre
- Bldg. Area: 2,220 m2
- Status: International design competition
- Structural Engineer: SOLUXN Ltd
- Visualization: ENGRAM Studio
Wednesday, January 28th, 2015
Article source: Studio AUTORI
House C and House D are a part of the “Terra Panonica” estate, located in Mokrin, a settlement in the municipality of Kikinda, in Vojvodina region, in Serbia.
„Terra Panonica“ estate is a cultural and tourist complex for various creative and leisure activities. With its program it focuses on cultural projects, design, education, agriculture and social development.
Image Courtesy © Relja Ivanić
- Architects: Studio AUTORI
- Project: House C and House D
- Location: Svetog Save 25, Mokrin, Kikinda, Serbia
- Photography: Relja Ivanić
- Team: Dipl.Ing.Arch. Dijana Novaković, Dipl.Ing.Arch. Maja Trbović, Dipl.Ing.Arch. Aleksandra Nikitin, M.Arch. Dušan Nenadović
- Collaborators: Ljiljana Rodić – Bodrožić
- Structural: Mega Plus, Belgrade, Serbia
- Text: Miodrag Ninić
- Site area: 3500m2
- Building area: 356 m2
- Project year: 2013
- Completed: 2014
Tuesday, January 20th, 2015
Article source: Form4 Architecture
Luminous Moon-Gate was designed in 2013 for the Taichung City Cultural Center International Competition. The design intent behind the proposed project hints at multiple interpretative roles for Taichung: a portal into heightened consciousness, a lantern of knowledge, a catalyst for metropolitan living, a cultural lung for the body of the city, a gate toward a responsible future, a center regenerative of community life, a landmark for orientation.
The grand moon-gate form follows the idea that transparency of knowledge leads to collective achievements, Image Courtesy © Form4 Architecture
- Architects: Form4 Architecture
- Project: Luminous Moon-Gate (Taichung City Cultural Center)
- Location: Taichung Gateway Park, Park Avenue 2, Taichung, Taiwan
- Software used: VRay
- Architecture Team: John Marx, AIA, Pierliuigi, Serraino, AIA Felix, Lin
- Size: building = 63,000 sq. meters, site = 6.4 acres
- Designed: May 31, 2013
Saturday, January 17th, 2015
Article source: Tim Greatrex
The House of Vans London is the recently completed project by designers Pete Hellicar and Tim Greatrex, together with Kat Mackenzie and Henry Clay (Black Sparrow Presents) – the project management team for the House of Vans London.
The House of Vans London is a new mixed use creative venue for Vans enthusiasts and those interested in skateboarding culture. It has been established as a place to participate in the cultural lineage of skateboarding that has defined the Vans brand since 1966, combining skateboarding, art, film and music.
Image Courtesy © Tim Greatrex
- Architects: Tim Greatrex
- Project: The House of Vans in London
- Location: London, England
- Designer: Hellicar & Lewis
- HVAC Design: Mecserve
- HVAC Contractor: Chapman Ventilation
- Rubber Flooring: Dalsouple DRF, Tac fast
- Joinery and General Builder: Illiyan Petrov
- AV, staging and project management: Zero Degrees
- Project Management: Building Construction Solutions (BCS)
- Skatepark Design: Line skateparks
- Skatepark Construction: Pete Warboys
- Electrical + Lighting Contractor: HPES Electrical
- Lighting Consultant: Panagiotis Andrikopoulos
Friday, January 2nd, 2015
Article source: Michael Arellanes II
The method and means of tectonic principles that govern the dispersion of mass and surface in the project proposal are subject to folding and overlapping of curved tectonic bodies. These tectonic and massing arrangements are intended to create paths of intersection and to architecturally express a forward movement projected toward the sea. The architectural formation is governed by articulation of space for the purpose of international expositions and cultural showcases. Retail and entertainment are also integrated as part of the seascape dynamic Expo Center. As the multi-massed complex is a dispersion of activates ranging from shopping, dining, expositions, and yacht clubs, it transforms the edge of Abu Dhabi into an iconic sea formation. Iconic architectural expressions within the proposal are articulated in the sail composition of being in flight at the precipice of the sea. The flowing sail architectural node within the complex becomes the epicenter of the showcase functions while enhancing the viewing, dining, and entertainment experience.
Image Courtesy © Michael Arellanes II
Friday, December 12th, 2014
Article source: studio METAA
‘Public area’ is further than ‘Private area’ and it is necessity to make a ‘collectivity life’ through the city community and civil society. Moreover, the character of Public area is the character of the city and quality of public area shows the standard of the city.
Marronnier park couldn’t positioned between ‘neighborhood park’ and ‘public area’ before. Until now, every ruins of desire is accumulated, for instance functions, facilities and sculptures that doesn’t harmonized each other.
Image Courtesy © Jaekyung Kim
- Architects: studio METAA
- Project: Marronnier Park
- Location: 124-1 Donsung-don, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
- Photography: Jaekyung Kim
- Architect in Charge: Jongho Yi, Euijung Woo
- Architecture Design: Sangjin Yi, H-Sung Kim, young-b kim, Minkyu Sang, Sekyung Huh, Eunsuk Lee
- Landscape Design: Seungjin Park(design loci), Youngmi Jung(Edenplne)
- Civil Engineer: Daehan Consultant
Thursday, November 20th, 2014
Article source: ZOBOKI-DEMETER and Associates Architects
A new performing arts facility inaugurated recently in Shenzhen, China, designed by architects Gabor Zoboki and Nora Demeter of ZOBOKI-DEMETER Architects has joined the ranks of the most unique cultural venues in China. The building houses a multi-functional concert hall holding 1400 seats, a children’s theatre of 350 seats, extensive public spaces, all embodied in a large complex of cultural and sports facilities in the heart of Nanshan District. The project is the result of a design process of several years, during which time the architects paid special attention to the local needs as defined by the Client, the Mayor of the District who wished to ensure that the building was planned and built from the perspective of the local community. Despite the general practice in large Asian metropolises, the concert hall works without amplification, promising to offer a new concert venue with world-class acoustics within its wooden-clad hall. Adjacent to the large concert hall a smaller theatre has been created, envisaged as a venue for smaller productions, most notably offering a facility for children, one of the most significant members of the growing cultural communities emerging in China. The complex is linked to a larger sports facility, hosting an array of athletic and sports facilities for the residents and students of Nanshan.
Image Courtesy © Zoboki-Demeter and Associates Architecs
- Architects: ZOBOKI-DEMETER and Associates Architects
- Project: Nanshan Cultural Centre
- Location: Shenzhen, China
- Leading architects: Gabor Zoboki DLA habil., Nora Demeter DLA
- Project architects: Csaba Silvester, Zoltán Turi, István Országh
- Team: Gábor Szatmári, László Rózsás, János Erőss, Péter Böhler, Nóra Hess, Endre Finta, Csaba Rajnai, Richárd Borzák, László Kakas, Linda Tolnai, Miklós Leits, Béla Reppert, Adrián Savanyú, Krisztián Jancsó, Béla Szokolay, Erik Halmosi, Eszter Kovács
- Client: Nanshan Bureau for Projects, Shenzhen
- Theatre technology consultant: Lőrinc Strack, Zsuzsa Tompai
- Acoustics consultant: Federico Cruz Barney, Studio DAP, Paris (more…)