Archive for the ‘Cultural Center’ Category
Friday, February 3rd, 2017
Article source: ADEPT
The local municipal authorities recently approved the ambitious design for the ‘Budapart’ neighbourhood, the largest singular urban development in Budapest for almost 30 years. ADEPT won the commission to design the new urban area with a masterplan based on a distorted grid structure with references to both historic and modern parts of the city. Construction of the first buildings have already started in the 43 ha mixed-use neighbourhood, where built property will count approximately 600.000 m2.
Budapart Waterfront, Image Courtesy © ADEPT
- Architects: ADEPT
- Project: Budapart – Largest Urban Development
- Location: Budapest, Hungary
Thursday, February 2nd, 2017
Article source: Caro Communications
A dynamic team of architects, designers and consultants are celebrating the completion of the £22m cultural hub project, The Curve, located in the centre of Slough, Berkshire, UK. The Curve is the flagship public building and the key community amenity in the on-going regeneration of Slough’s town centre, where over £45m of public investment has already been spent or committed to create an entirely new commercial district – The Heart of Slough. Housing a library, a 280 seat multi-purpose performance venue, and spaces for council meetings and exhibitions, the 4,500 sq m building consolidates disparate community functions and registrar services across the centre of Slough.
Image Courtesy © Hufton + Crow
Saturday, January 28th, 2017
Article source: Snøhetta
The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture is a bold new initiative on the part of the Saudi Aramco Oil Company to promote cultural development within the Kingdom. Following an invited architectural design competition in 2007, Snøhetta has been selected to design this prestigious cultural facility.
Image Courtesy © King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture
- Architects: Snøhetta
- Project: King Abdulaziz Centre for World Culture
- Location: Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
- Photography: Snøhetta, Saudi Aramco and King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture
- Client: Saudi Aramco
- Size: 100 000m²
- Status: Under construction
Friday, January 27th, 2017
Article source: OMA
Located on a majestic stretch of beach in the heart of Miami Beach, Faena District encompasses both sides of Collins Avenue from 32nd to 35th Streets, with direct waterfront views of the Atlantic Ocean and Indian Creek. Faena District will provide the city of Miami Beach with a neighborhood integrating dynamic cultural, residential, hotel, retail, culinary and public environments with a dynamic combination of art, culture, and design as their foundation. OMA has designed three buildings for Faena District—Faena Forum, Faena Bazaar and Park. These distinct structures are linked by a sequence of public areas including an entry plaza on Collins Avenue and an open courtyard within the Faena Bazaar.
Faena District, Image Courtesy © Iwan Baan
- Architects: OMA
- Project: Faena Forum, Faena Bazaar and Park
- Location: Miami Beach, Florida, USA
- Photography: Bruce Damonte, Iwan Baan and Philippe Ruault
- Renderings: DBox
- Partners: Shohei Shigematsu, Jason Long
- Associate-in-Charge: Jake Forster
- Project Architect: Clarisa Garcia Fresco, Paxton Sheldhal
- Team: Clarisa Garcia Fresco, Lawrence Siu, Francesca Portesine, Ravi Kamisetti, Ted Lin, Jesung Park, Anupama Garla, Andy Westner, Daniel Queseda Lombo, Andrew Mack, Caroline Corbett, Denis Bondar, Ahmadreza Schricker, Darien Williams, Gabrielle Marcoux, Marcela Ferreira, Jenni Ni Zhan, Lisa Hollywood, Paul Tse, Sarah Carpenter, Carla Hani, Sean Billy Kizy, Simona Solarzano, Ivan Sergejev, Tamara Levy, Matthew Austin, Ben Halpern
Friday, January 27th, 2017
Article source: NMD NOMADAS
The project, to be built in several stages, favored the development of a public space square as mortar buildings that define edge; It is a square surrounded by elements that contain two buildings (classrooms and open theater) and a long canopy: buildings that act as street macro-furniture: a ramp building, a stand building and a canopy building.
Image Courtesy © Luis Ontiveros
- Architects: NMD NOMADAS
- Project: San Francisco Cultural Center
- Location: Calle 39, Municipio San Francisco, Maracaibo, estado Zulia Venezuela
- Photography: Luis Ontiveros
- Design Directors: Farid Chacón, Francisco Mustieles, Lourdes Peñaranda
- Project Leader: Janeth Boza
- Design Team: Paola Nava, Pedro Rosales, Dario Mindiola, Amanda Sidoravicius, Guillermo Servigna, Mariángel Pérez
- Engineering: PROINCI / PROYECTOS Nelson Quintero Weffer
- Lighting Adviser: Área Lighting
- Construction Year: 2009
- Construction Area: 878 m2 / 9.450 sqft
- Project Year: 2007
Wednesday, January 25th, 2017
Article source: White Arkitekter
White and Snøhetta’s Kasper Salin Prize-winning culture house, in Umeå, north Sweden, is a new concept in cultural buildings – one that symbolises the city’s ambition to entwine a whole series of disciplines within a cluster of flexible spaces.
Image Courtesy © Åke E:son Lindman
- Architects: White Arkitekter + Snøhetta
- Project: Väven Cultural Centre
- Location: Umeå, Sweden
- Photography: Åke E:son Lindman
- Software used: Revit, Grasshopper
Thursday, January 19th, 2017
Article source: CASTAÑEDA
Making a landscape from a building was the ruling concept that guided this project search on the demand presented by the licitation for the building of a “Córdoba Province Interpretation Centre” to commemorate the Argentine Republic Bicentennial. The main challenge was to incorporate The Province Historical File and an the Auditorium without modifying the project essence.
Image Courtesy © GONZALO VIRAMONTE
- Architects: COHEN, CASTAÑEDA, NANZER, SAAL, SALASSA, TISSOT
- Project: CÓRDOBA CULTURAL CENTRE
- Location: Sarmiento Park, Córdoba city, Córdoba Province, Argentina
- Photography: GONZALO VIRAMONTE
- Software used: Autocad and 3dS Max
- Client: Córdoba Province Government
- General Architectural and Landscape Project: Architects Ivan Castaneda, Alejandro Cohen, Cristian Nanzer, Inés Saal, Juan Salassa and Santiago Tissot.
- Structural Design Assessment: Architects Rosendo Dantas and Maria Edel Ruata
- Landscape assessment: Architect Virginia Pinero.
- Accoustic and technical lightening assessment: Architects Carlos Zoppi and CIAL (Technical lightening and Accoustic FAUD Investigation Center- UNC)
- Project development collaborator: Architect Veronica Niedfeld.
- Building Enterprise: AMG- REGAM
- Technical Representative: Architect Daniel Gerard
- Architects encharged or work: Sebastián Rollino, Facundo Cazorla and Juan Ignacio Rimondi.
Thursday, January 19th, 2017
Article source: v2com
Electronic music is a new subject for architecture. Most of the times electro nights take place in spaces that were not specially designed for them: clubs or night clubs, warehouses, fields, stadiums… For the Grenoble project, the aim was to invent a specific architectural system for a new type of spectacle and relationship with the public, whilst allowing concerts with a more traditional configuration.
Image Courtesy © André Morin
- Architects: Hérault Arnod architects
- Project: La Belle électrique
- Location: Grenoble (Isère), France
- Photography: André Morin
- Client: City of Grenoble
- Architectural team: Hérault Arnod Architectes, project manager, Camille Bérar, Project architect et Laetitia Capuano, Local executive architect, Nicolas Ingénierie, Mechanical, Batiserf, Structural enineering, Cabinet Denizou, Quantity surveyor, Ducks Scéno, Design, Lasa, Acoustical
- Usable Floor Area: 2 790 m2
- Cost: 6,97 M€ HT
- Calendar: Competition October 2007, delivery 2015
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017
Article source: MCKNHM Architects
The building assignment, calling for a new element between “icons of 20th century architectural history,“ Mies Van Der Rohe’s Neuer National Gallery and Hans Scharoun’s Berlin Philharmonics among other listed buildings of high cultural and architectural significance, requires both a sensitive and strong architectural as well as urban intervention. To us, composition, clarity and austerity all coalesce to form an appropriate response, situated at the nexus of the urban fabric at Berlin’s Cultural Forum.
EXTERIOR VIEW ENTRANCE NORTH, Image Courtesy © MCKNHM Architects and Tinkercraft
- Architects: MCKNHM Architects and Tinkercraft
- Project: NEW NEUE GALERIE – MUSEUM OF THE 20TH CENTURY
- Location: Berlin, Germany
- Partners: MCKNHM Architects and Tinkercraft – Mark Mueckenheim and Nicole Lambrou
- Team: Mark Mueckenheim (MCKNHM), Nicole Lambrou (Tinkercraft), Tara Abedini, Nojan Adami, (f)Landschaftsarchitektur, Gunter
- Fischer, ARUP San Francisco, Felix Weber
- Scale: 27725m²
- Year: 2015/2016