Archive for the ‘Cultural Center’ Category
Sunday, July 6th, 2014
Article source: v2com
The Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute has the mission of transmitting the traditional Cree culture it draws upon to future generations. The building’s concept turns to the classic architecture of the Cree people’s traditional longhouse, the shaptuan, and to the particular context of the village of Oujé-Bougoumou. In this village, built in 1992 and unique in many respects, the main buildings were set within a broad circle in the centre of the village. The Aanischaaukamikw Institute rounds out the layout of this space, where the Band Council office is also located.
Image Courtesy © Mitch Lenet
- Architects: RUBIN & ROTMAN ARCHITECTS
- Project: Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute
- Location: Oujé-Bougoumou, Canada
- Photography: Mitch Lenet
- Client: Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute
- Year of Construction: 2011
- Cost of Construction: $10 million
- Team Members: Stephen Rotman, Bruno Morin, Roberto Campos, Pascale Tétrault
- General Contractor: Aecon Group Ltd.
- In collaboration with: Douglas Cardinal, Architect
Friday, June 27th, 2014
Article source: Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura
The Generalitat and the Institut Català d’Estudis Mediterranis, ICEM wishes to create an important and prestigious cultural institution, the Mediterranean Cultural Center. Located in Barcelona, the M.C.C., will be representative of the cultural and economical dynamism of Catalonia, and will consolidate Barcelona as the capital city of the Mediterranean Culture.
The MCC is essentially composed of four entities:
- A museum of natural history and cultural history.
- The multimedia library of the Mediterranean..
- A center of study and investigation.
- A conference center.
Image Courtesy © Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura
- Architects: Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura (Vanessa Cólliga)
- Project: Mediterranean Cultural Centre
- Location: Barcelona, Spain
- Lobby, Reception, Information, Restauration and Retail: Gross 7,650m2 Net 6,090 m2
- Natural History and Cultural History Museum: Gross 16,000m2 Net 12,370m2
- Library: Gross 8,000m2 Net 6,900m2
- Center of studies: Gross 1,800 m2 Net 1,330m2
- Conference center: Gross 2,500m2 Net 1,920m2
- Administration: Gross 6,450m2 Net 4,700m2
- Parking: Gross 2,000m2 Net 2,500m2
Friday, June 13th, 2014
Article source: Toshihiro KUBOTA + Francisco MARTINEZ
Organization of the plot
Following the study of the environment and the articulation of the different axis and public spaces, we notice that the plot of the project is strategically located on the southeast corner of the large central park district, center of the urban life. We wanted to make the building visible from the park, as it has the purpose to be open to the public, giving it an important role and an active participation in the inhabitants’ social life. For this reason, the building will be located on the north end of the parcel, so to strengthen and affirm the major urban axis in the wake of Butovo Park’s master planning. High urban vocation of the building and openness to the city will serve as a boost to the north-south and east-west avenues of the district. At the same time, this positioning ensures easy access for pedestrians and an efficient circulation for cars.
Image Courtesy © Toshihiro KUBOTA + Francisco MARTINEZ
- Architects: Toshihiro KUBOTA + Francisco MARTINEZ
- Project: “Russian Character” Culture & Education Center
- Location: Moscow, Russia
- Client: Morton Group
- Type of Competition: Restricted International Competition
- Site Area: 13 627 m²
- Building Area: 3 361 m²
- Building Surface: Usable Floor Area : 3 733 m²
- Gross Floor Area: 3 925 m²
- Building Volume: 32 195 m3
- Building Hight: 12 m
- Total Construction Budget: 7 million euro
- Result (June 2014): Finalist
- Competition entry submission: 15th May 2014
- Perspectives: Jigen
- Translation: François Voirin
Friday, June 6th, 2014
Article source: Flores Prats Arquitectos & Duch-Pizá, Palma
Casal Balaguer is a palace of the historic center of Palma, a flood over the centuries family home, starting in 1300, then in 1500 and finally in 1700, which now loses its household to be a public building, a cultural center for the entire city. To value the times contained in the building, without taking physical distance with the historical stages that have shaped its qualities, allows us to act without departing from him: if observation do not distinguish times, the action must not have distances.
Image Courtesy © Flores Prats Arquitectos & Duch-Pizá, Palma
- Architects: Flores Prats Arquitectos & Duch-Pizá, Palma
- Project: Cultural Centre Casal Balaguer
- Location: Palma de Mallorca, Spain
- Project date: 1996 First partial project for the roof; 2001-2003 Second global project for the building.
- Construction date: 2009-2010 First phase; 2011-2013 Second phase; 2014 – Third phase under construction.
- Promoter: Ayuntamiento de Palma.
- Area: 2500 m2
- Program: Complete rehabilitation of a baroque Palace of Palma as a Cultural Centre, House Museum and Library specialized in art.
- Archaeological advisers: Grupo Arqueotaller (Roser Pérez, Margalida Munar, Magdalena Salas)
- Historical Research and Documentation: Ma. Dolores Ladaria.
- Analysis of materials: Lend Consulting.
- Structures: Fernando Purroy.
- Collaborators: Caterina Anastasia, Ankur Jain, Els van Meerbeek, Cristian Zanoni, Carlos Bedoya, Guido Fiszson, Ellen Halupczok, Julia Taubinguer, Paula Ávila, Nicolás Chara, Eugenia Troncoso, Israel Hernando, Hernán Barbalace, Benedikte Mikkelsen, Mar Garrido, Celia Carroll, Jorge Casajús, Juan Membrive, Oriol Valls, Tanja Dietsch, Sergi Madrid, Sergio Muiños, Lucas Wilson, Anna Reidy, Maria Amat Busquets, Fabrizia Cortellini, Veronica Baroni, Elvire Thouvenot, Carlotta Bonura, Francesca Tassi-Carboni.
Thursday, June 5th, 2014
Article source: ALT architectuur
The decision by the city of Ghent to establish its department of culture in an old warehouse on the river Leie was intended as a bold statement. By situating it at this particular site, a new axis is created, that runs perpendicular to the main commercial axis in the city centre.
Image Courtesy © Thierry Lagrange
- Architects: ALT architectuur
- Project: Pakhuis Clemmen
- Location: Veldstraat 82A, 9000 Gent, Belgium
- Photography: Thierry Lagrange
- Year: 2009-2012
- Cooperation construction: studiebureauriessauwbvba
- Cooperation technics: de klerck engineering
- Contractor: Monument Vandekerckhovenv
- Cost: 2.521.630,28€
Saturday, May 31st, 2014
Article source: stpmj
By definition, an omnibus refers to a collection of stories made by a single narrator or several authors tied together by a single subject. It also pertains to a collection of objects at once. Along these lines, Omnibus City is a proposal that connects elements of downtown Salt Lake City that are already physically close, yet are experienced individually. Omnibus City strives to create a collection of experiences along three main corridors: Green, Culture (Main Street), and Retail. Acting as a catalyst of activity linking adjacent blocks to Main Street, these passageways are connected through a common design vocabulary of path, pattern, and phenomenon meant to permeate blocks 69 and 70 and guide visitors through its permutations.
Green Corridor / Children’s park, Image Courtesy © stpmj
- Architects: stpmj
- Project: OMNIBUS CITY
- Location: Saltlake City, U.S.A
- Project team: stpmj, Seung Teak Lee, Mi Jung Lim, Kyung Jae Yu, Young Whan Choi , Leah Park, Olivia Heung, Sam Weston, Suk Won Lee
- Dimension: 600′ x 1200′
- Budget: N/A
Wednesday, May 28th, 2014
Article source: Lemay | Altrapco
In order to highlight the appointment of Constantine as the capital city of Arabic culture in 2015, the Wilaya Land Office launched an international competition for the design and construction of a new cultural hub in the Bardo District, in Constantine, Algeria. The proposal submitted by Lemay | Altrapco, which harmoniously combines culture and nature, has been selected as a finalist in this prestigious competition.
Image Courtesy © Lemay | Altrapco
- Architects: Lemay | Altrapco
- Project: Bardo Cultural District Constantine, Algeria
- Location: Constantine, Algeria
Wednesday, May 28th, 2014
Article source: Renderus
The Multifunctional building in Coldstream is design for multi-purpose cultural events and office space.
The Coldstream gallery creates a new urban space that enriches the diversity of cultural life and expresses the dynamism of an institution looking to the future.
The Coldstream gallery design promotes a multidisciplinary environment by connecting the variety of programs, establishing a collective culture research where many contributions and innovations can feed off each other.
Image Courtesy © Renderus
- Architects: Renderus
- Project: Coldstream Gallery
- Location: Coldstream, Scotland
- Work started in: 2014
- Main structure is: steel
- Height: 62m
- Total area: 6000 m²
- Number of floors: 18
- Status: Current works
- Type: Cultural, Waterfront, Office Buildings, Business Centers, Museums, Libraries.
- 3D Visualisation: Renderus.
Friday, May 16th, 2014
Article source: XTU architects
A fertile market
If the world wanted to eat like the West, several planets would be needed…
Civilization will need to evolve: it must produce and consume differently !
Image Courtesy © XTU architects
- Architects: XTU architects (Anouk Legendre + Nicola Desmaziere, Studio Adeline Rispal)
- Project: FRENCH PAVILION EXPO MILANO 2015
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Software used: Rhinoceros, 3ds Max and Grasshopper
- Companies: C.M.C di Ravenna, Simonin
- Project leader: Mathias Lukacs
- Client: FranceAgriMer
- Program: Cultural installation, exhibition areas, restaurants, shops, VIP rooms.
- Competition: january 2014
- Contract: march 2014
- Building: september 2014
- Delivery: april 2014
- Building surface area: 3.532 m² shon / 3.286 m² usable
- Site’s area: 3.500 m²
- Costs: 14 m€ including taxes.
Friday, April 18th, 2014
Article source: SANE architecture
SANE architecture’s project for the Taichung City Cultural Center has been awarded HIGHLY COMMENDED of the Cultural regeneration category at the 2014 MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards. The project was exhibited in the London Pavilion 10-14 march.
Image Courtesy © SANE architecture
- Architects: SANE architecture
- Project: The Taichung City Cultural Center
- Photography: SANE architecture
- Software used: 3DS MAX, Autocad and a bit of Photoshop
- Year: 2013
- Area: 45 000 sqm