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Bergen International Festival in Vaskerelvsmauet 6, Norway by Eriksen Skajaa Architects

Saturday, March 29th, 2014

Article source: Eriksen Skajaa Architects

Background
Bergen International Festival is a music and cultural festival to be held in Bergen in late May and early June each year. The festival is the largest of its kind and contains a wide range of events in music, theater, dance and visual arts at the national and international level. Concerts are held in the Grieg Hall and Haakon’s Hall, in the four composer homes on Siljustøl, Trolhaugen, Lysøen and Valestrandsfossen as well as in a number of city churches, streets and squares. The first festival was held in 1953.

Image Courtesy © Rasmus Norlander

  • Architects: Eriksen Skajaa Architects
  • Project: Bergen International Festival
  • Location: Vaskerelvsmauet 6, Bergen, Norway
  • Photography: Rasmus Norlander
  • Software used: Vectorworks 2012
  • Project team: Arild Eriksen, Joakim Skajaa, Julia With
  • Size: 450m2
  • Year: 2013
  • Client: Bergen International Festival / Gjølanger Bruk
  • Illustrations: Eriksen Skajaa Architects

NEW 29 MAYIS PLAZA BRIDGE IN ÜMRANYE, Istanbul, Turkey by SUS&HI office

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Article source: SUS&HI office 

Ümraniye, located in the Asian side of Istanbul, is one of the most populated district of the city, and also the fastest growing and changing. In recent years, intense building activity led to the construction of new residences, offices, shopping malls, sport facilities, schools.

Image Courtesy © SUS&HI office

  • Architects: SUS&HI office
  • Project: NEW 29 MAYIS PLAZA BRIDGE
  • Location: ÜMRANYE, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Program: PUBLIC SPACES / CULTURAL
  • Surface: 8.060 mq.
  • Budget: 12.000.000 €
  • Client: Ümraniye District Municipality
  • Designers: Giada Calcagno + Gianluca Littardi
  • Design phase: schematic
  • Collaborators: Massimo Tonon, Stefano Foà, Gilda Magni

Cultural Center in Katowice, Poland by PA+U Rafał Mazur

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

Article source: PA+U Rafał Mazur 

The cultural center is located in the Dab district of Katowice in Poland –  an area known for mines and industry. The concept of the building links two  important aspects of the site. A green space connection is made from the  northern end traditional Silesian street to the southern border. The edge  between the building and green space is invisible. The roof in the plan of a  ‘Z’ shape rises from the ground level to two floors. The sectional form is  inspired by mines, as all of the programmatic utilities are located  ‘underground’. The building at the street level is integrated to promote  urban interaction.

Image Courtesy © Joanna Nowicka

  • Architects: PA+U Rafał Mazur
  • Project: Cultural Center
  • Location: Katowice, Poland
  • Photography: Joanna Nowicka
  • Building area: 1275sqm
  • Total floor area: 1677,84 sqm
  • Cubature: 7069,63 cubic meters
  • Year of built: end of 2013
  • Investor: City of Katowice
  • Team of architects: Rafal Mazur , Antonina Zygmunt , Piotr Glowacki , Krzysztof Mazanek , Marta Sacha
  • Structural Engineers: Rodryg Czyz, Jacek Zawadzki, Miroslaw Hutyrko

TAICHUNG GETAWAY CITY CULTURAL CENTER by MenoMenoPiu Architects & Atelier Castro Denissof

Thursday, March 13th, 2014

Article source: MenoMenoPiu Architects  

“The Taichung City Cultural Center will be a hub of knowledge, art and inspiration; an opportunity to elevate Taiwan’s high cultural reputation and to revive the city due to the high number of visitors it will attract “.

Our proposal for the Taichung city cultural center is to create a gradient urban limit in which two programs join together over the main perspective axes, creating a 200m door for the Taichung Getaway Park.

Image Courtesy © MenoMenoPiu Architects & Atelier Castro Denissof

  • Architects: MenoMenoPiu Architects & Atelier Castro Denissof
  • Project: TAICHUNG GETAWAY CITY CULTURAL CENTER
  • PROJECT TEAM: Mario Emanuele Salini, Rocco Valantines, Alessandro Balducci, Paolo Carignano, Alice Lunardon, Angelo Balducci, Max Castro, Zinedine Bekkar
  • RENDERINGS: +imgs

Conversion of the Fosses 9/9 BIS pit site in Oignies by Hérault Arnod Architects

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

Article source: Hérault Arnod Architects

The Oignies pit closed down in 1990, leaving a whole population out of work and in great economic hardship. The buildings, superb industrial monuments dating from the early 20th century, remained. What was to be done with them? Apart from the heritage component, what sort of development strategy would be best for the site?

© Hérault Arnod Architects / André Morin

  • Architects: Hérault Arnod Architects
  • Project: Conversion of the Fosses 9/9 BIS pit site in Oignies
  • Photography: Hérault Arnod Architects / André Morin

Daoíz y Velarde Cultural Centre in Madrid, Spain by Rafael de La-Hoz

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

Article source: Rafael de La-Hoz

A project guaranteeing continuity for Madrid’s architectural heritage

The architect Rafael de La-Hoz completes the Daoíz y Velarde Cultural Centre

As part of the Daoiz y Verlarde complex of former barracks the objective is to preserve the architecture; a representative sample of Madrid’s industrial and military heritage.

Image Courtesy © Alfonso Quiroga

  • Architects: Rafael de La-Hoz
  • Project: Daoíz y Velarde Cultural Centre
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: Alfonso Quiroga

NEW NATIONAL ARCHIVES in Paris, France by Studio Fuksas

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Article source: Studio Fuksas

The project of the New National Archives of France draws its inspiration from the surrounding reality, from the city seen as coexistence of chaos and order. The concept is born and takes place from this duality which is reflected in the organization of the complex.

Image Courtesy © Kamal Khalf.

  • Architects: Studio Fuksas
  • Project: NEW NATIONAL ARCHIVES
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Photography: Philippe Ruault, Camilla Pongiglione, Roland Halbe,  Kamal Khalf.
  • PERIOD: 2005 – 2013
  • CLIENT: French Ministry of Culture and Communication Represented by DAF – Direction des Archives de France
  • DELEGATE CLIENT: Opérateur du patrimoine et des projets immobiliers de la Culture
  • AREA: 108,136 square metres
  • PROGRAM : Archives (220 stock rooms on 10 levels), offices, reading room (160 seats), conference room (300 seats, seat “Carla” for Poltrona Frau design by Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas ), exhibition room, parking (207 places)
  • GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Bouygues Construction

CONSULTANTS 

  • Engineering: BETOM Ingégnierie
  • Acoustics: ALTIA
  • Landscape design: Florence MERCIER
  • Control department: SOCOTEC
  • Facades: Kyotec
  • Scenography conference room: Architecture and Technique
  • Laying rayonnage furniture warehouse: SAMODEFF
  • Furnishing public spaces: JAMES Ebéniste, the technical BETOM Ingégnierie
  • ARTISTIC INTERVENTIONS: Antony Gormley, Pascal Convert, Susanna Fritscher

Cultural Center of EU Space Technologies in Vitanje, Slovenia by dekleva gregoric arhitekti

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Article source: dekleva gregoric arhitekti

The Cultural Center of European Space Technologies (KSEVT) will substantially supplement and emphasize the local cultural and social activities of the former Community Center in Vitanje, the town in Slovenia that was family home to Herman Potocnik Noordung, the first theoretician of space. The program includes additional cultural (exhibitions, events) and scientific activities (research, conferences) strongly connected to the phenomena of ‘culturalisation of the space’. The building features a series of interlocking rings that lie on top of each other to create a continuous ramped structure.

Image Courtesy © Tomaz Gregoric

  • Architects: dekleva gregoric arhitektibevk perović arhitektiSadar + Vuga arhitektiOFIS arhitekti
  • Project: Cultural Center of EU Space Technologies
  • Location: Vitanje, Slovenia
  • Photography: TOMAZ GREGORIC, MIRAN KAMBIC
  • Bevk Perovic Project team:Matija Bevk, Vasa Perovic, Gerrit Neumann, Andreja Pikelj, Gonzalo Piqueras, Josef Kalcik
  • Dekleva Gregoric project team:Aljosa Dekleva, Tina Gregoric, Daniel Schwartz
  • OFIS architects project team: Rok Oman, Špela Videcnik, Andrej Gregoric, christian gheorghe, Rastislav Udzan, Kiki Marien, Janez Martincic, Janja Del Linz
  • Sadar+Vuga project team: Jurij Sadar, Bostjan Vuga, Vanja Gortnar, Sven Kalim, Siim Johan Alexander.
  • Overall Building Geometry Realization & Project Execution: Josip Konstantinovic.
  • Façade details Execution: Rok Gerbec.
  • Structural engineering: Sector inzeniring d.o.o.
  • Mechanical engineering: I.S.P. Kamnik d.o.o.
  • Electrical engineering: Jelen & Zavasnik Bambi d.n.o.
  • Traffic engineering: Tega d.o.o.
  • Acoustic engineering: Sasa Galonja
  • Noordung Space Technologies Center Concept & Producer: Dragan Zivadinov, Miha Tursic
  • Graphic design: Atelje Balant
  • Client: KSEVT, Vitanje Community and Ministery of Culture, Slovenia

Cidade Das Artes in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil by Christian de Portzamparc

Saturday, January 4th, 2014

 Article source: Christian de Portzamparc

The Cidade das Artes is situated between sea and mountain, in the center of fourteen kilometers of plain which nsaw recently developing the new major district of Rio de Janeiro: Barra da Tijuca. The landscape is monotonous, deprived of strong urban marks and public spaces. The site is structured by two highways that cross the district. In the centre of thiscross, designed by Lucio Costa, the Cidade das Artes will be in the very heart of the new city.

Image Courtesy © Nelson Kon

  • Architects: Christian de Portzamparc
  • Project: Cidade Das Artes
  • Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Photography: Nelson Kon, Christian de Portzamparc
  • PROGRAM: Cultural equipment: Philharmonic Hall (1,800 seats ), transformable into an Opera Hall (1,300 seats ) Chamber Music Hall (500 seats ), electroacoustic room (180 seats ), headquarters of the Brazilian Symphonic, Orchestra, music school, 10 rehearsal rooms, media library, 3 movies theaters , resta urant, shops, administration offices, technical spaces and parking lots.
  • CLIENT: City Hall of Rio de Janeiro, Secretaria Municipal das Culturas
  • ACOUSTICS: Xu Acoustique – Xu Ya Ying – (France), Acùstica sônica (Brazil)
  • SCENOGRAPHY: Changement à Vue – Jacques Dubreuil (France), Ze Augusto Nepomucen (Brazil)
  • LANDSCAPE DESIGNER: CAP, Fernando Chancel
  • Surface: 46,000 sq.m.
  • Gross Tota l Area: 90,000 sq.m.

El-goli caltural center in tabriz, Iran by mahdiyar memar

Saturday, January 4th, 2014

Article source: mahdiyar memar

Image Courtesy © mahdiyar memar

  • Architects: mahdiyar memar
  • Project: El-goli caltural center
  • Location: tabriz, Iran
  • Software used: 3dmax, Vray, Autocad, Revit 
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