Archive for the ‘Educational and Business Center’ Category
Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016
Article source: Neumann Monson Architects
The Career Academy of Pella is home to 23,000 square feet of vocational shops and classrooms. This project is the result of a unique collaboration between the local public school district, local private schools, area industry, and a regional community college. The resultant facility will train students of all ages in skills that are sought in the local workforce. STEM instruction will also be provided.
Image Courtesy © Cameron Campbell Integrated Studio
- Architects: Neumann Monson Architects
- Project: Career Academy of Pella
- Location: 410 East Eighth Street Pella, Iowa 50219, USA
- Photography: Cameron Campbell Integrated Studio
- Structural and Civil Engineer: Raker Rhodes Engineering LLC
- MEP/FP Engineer: Modus Engineering LTD
- Landscape Architect: Dennis Reynolds Urban Design
- Contractor: Larson and Larson Construction LLC
- Area: 23,000 square feet
- Cost: $4,800,000
- Completion Date: July 2015
Thursday, July 21st, 2016
Article source: Gensler
The Gensler designed AltaSea project is a campus for innovation situated at City Dock #1 in the Port of Los Angeles. Along the 35 acre-campus, historic buildings and new architecture are woven together via public parks and plazas, and connected to the district’s growing waterfront. The project brings together people to expand science-based understanding of the ocean; incubate and sustain ocean-related businesses; and pioneer new ocean-related education programs. AltaSea inspires its users, visitors, and the creators of the next generation to live a more sustainable life through its research and connection to the ocean.
ALTASEA CAMPUS AERIAL VIEW, Image Courtesy © Gensler
- Architects: Gensler
- Project: ALTASEA
- Location: City Dock #1, The Port of Los Angeles, San Pedro, California, U.S.A
- Design Team: Gensler
- Gensler Team: Li Wen, Peter Barsuk, Melanie McArtor, John Martin, Joe Tarr, Marc Cucco, Daniel Lee, Robert Garlipp, Nambi Gardner, Elizabeth Brink
- Primary consultants: Dangermond Keane Architecture, Rios Clementi Hale Landscape Architecture, Holmes Culley Structural Engineer, GLUMAC MEP Engineer, KPFF Civil Engineer, Page and Turnbull Historic, TJP Engineering Seawater System
- Berth 56 = 40,000 SF
- Warehouse 57 = 62,000 SF
- Warehouses 58,59,60 = 180,000 SF
- Completion: Phased from 2017 – 2023
Sunday, February 23rd, 2014
Article source: Enrique Browne y Arquitectos Asociados
It was decided to build a Mining Centre in the Engineering department of the Catholic University of Chile, in the San Joaquin Campus. The site faces the wide Vicuña Mackenna Avenue where the elevated metro systems runs through. The initial assignment considered a volume of 6 floors with classrooms, professor rooms, auditorium and a small mining museum. We designed a type of constructed “rock” (option 1).
Image Courtesy © Nicolás Saieh y Enrique Browne
- Architects: Enrique Browne y Arquitectos Asociados
- Project: LUKSIC MINING CENTER (CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY)
- Location: Santiago de Chile, Chile
- Photography: Nicolás Saieh y Enrique Browne
- Associated Architects: Tomás Swett, Josefina del Río, Cristobal Teixidó
- Collaborators Architects: Paulina Fernández, Jorge Silva, Enrique Browne C.
- Site Area: 3.723 m²
- Building Area: 2.650 m²
- Years: 2008 – 2012
Tuesday, June 12th, 2012
Article source: Lord Aeck & Sargent
A serendipitous alignment of program, a compatible historic structure and creativity, have resulted in an environmentally sensitive, high-tech classroom building that is transforming the teaching and learning experience – along with the entire campus – at Columbia Theological Seminary.
The $8.2 million building, named the Vernon S. Broyles Jr. Leadership Center, connects a 20,500-square-foot repurposed historic dormitory built in 1932 with 16,000 square feet of new construction to create what is now the seminary’s primary classroom building and outdoor learning/gathering space. The structure – contemporary yet sensitive to the historic collegiate gothic architecture of the seminary’s other buildings – has become a focal point that anchors a previously nondescript but public corner of the campus.
New High-tech Classroom Building - © Jonathan Hillyer / Atlanta
- Architects: Lord Aeck & Sargent
- Project: New High-tech Classroom Building
- Location: Decatur, Georgia
- Software used: Designed in Revit. Renderings utilized Photoshop as well.
Sunday, January 15th, 2012
Article source: Tomas Garcia Piriz (CUAC.arquitectura) + Jose Luis Muñoz Muñoz
“Architecture and landscape joined together in the shade of a great pre-existing tree”.
The building is located on the outskirts of Loja town in marked agricultural character. This project relates to a beautiful plot of cultivated land served by an irrigation ditch and a leafy mass. This building is thought to be very suitable for a new program based on consciousness, protection and publicity of the agricultural beliefs in Loja.
Image Courtesy Javier Callejas Sevilla
- Architects: Tomas Garcia Piriz (CUAC.arquitectura) + Jose Luis Muñoz Muñoz
- Project: Biodiversity Center
- Location: Loja, Granada, Spain
- Date of ending: January 2011
- Built Surface: 430,40 m2
- Cost: 425.297,73 € = 587.889,05 $
- Constructor: CONSTRUCCIONES MELLADO ROMERO S.L.
- Promotor: AYUNTAMIENTO DE LOJA
- Photographs: JAVIER CALLEJAS SEVILLA
- Tomás García Píriz (1978). Architect. Asociate Professor at Granada School of Architecture.
- Jose Luís Múñoz Múñoz (1978). Architect.
- Software used: AUTOCAD for Drawings; 3D STUDIO Max for 3d Models; PRESTO for Economical studies; CYPECAD for Structure Designing
Wednesday, December 7th, 2011
Article source: ACXT Arquitectos
CEIBS (China Europe International Business School) is the Business School leader in Asia. As part of it´s growth has taken the decision of building a new Campus in Beijing contracting AXCT-IDOM Group as design architect.
Image Courtesy Aitor Ortiz
- Architects: ACXT Arquitectos
- Project: CEIBS Beijing Campus
- Location: Beijing, China
- Client: CEIBS
- Area: 18.000 m2
- Completion: 2010
- Client Project Manager: Steve Song (CEIBS)
Wednesday, December 7th, 2011
Article source: Charles Rose Architects Inc.
The Muenster University Center, designed by Charles Rose Architects, is at the heart of campus life at The University of South Dakota. The 76,000 square-foot student union, completed in 2009, provides a central location for many essential student services; it houses campus dining, a bookstore, student lounges, comfortable study rooms, function rooms, an informal performance venue, a cafÃ©, and a grand ballroom. In addition, it is home to the offices of the Dean of Students, Student Government Association, Student Activities Center, University Housing, and University Event Planning.
View of East Facade
- Architects: Charles Rose Architects Inc.
- Project: Beacom School of Business & Theodore R. and Karen K. Muenster University Center – The University of South Dakota
- Location: Vermillion, South Dakota
- Software used for the University Center: Autocad, Revit Architecture, Rhinoceros 3d
- Software used for the Business School: Autocad, Rhinoceros 3d
Monday, August 8th, 2011
Article source: Iotti + Pavarani Architetti
Immergas has extended its research and production field to new generation technologies, related to renewable resources exploitation (like solar thermal, photovoltaic and heat pumps); the new Center for Advanced Training contains teaching rooms and showrooms where technicians and professionals may be trained and updated on both implanting and installation technologies tied to productions based on renewable resources. So the building’s outline is that of an “open laboratory”- a space in which one works and is received.
Image Courtesy Roland Halbe
- Architects: Iotti + Pavarani Architetti (Paolo Iotti, Marco Pavarani)
- Project: Domus Technica – Immmergas Center for Advanced Training
- Location: Brescello, Reggio Emilia, Italy
- Structures:Studio Gasparini-Gualerzi-Teneggi (Sara Trussardi)
- Services:Studio Termotecnici Associati (Marco Manghi)
- Electrical:Tecnoprogetti (Ferruccio Mirandola)
Saturday, March 19th, 2011
Arizona Medical Education Building Breaks New Ground; Award-Winning Design Exemplifies New, Interdisciplinary Teaching, Research
PHOENIX: The physical manifestation of a new, interdisciplinary approach to health sciences education and research is rising from the flat pans of downtown Phoenix in the form of an architecturally expressive, world-class, sustainable educational facility. Currently under construction, the project recently won a 2010 NEXT LA Citation Award given to “on-the-boards” projects by the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Phoenix HSEB North Facade
- Project Team:
- Owner: City of Phoenix
- Client: Arizona Board of Regents
- Users: University of Arizona/Northern Arizona University
- Design and Executive Architect: CO Architects
- Associate Architect and Master Planner: Ayers Saint Gross
- Preconstruction/Construction Manager at Risk Contractor: DPR • Sundt, a Joint Venture of DPR Construction and Sundt Construction, Inc.
- Landscape Architect: JJR
- Lighting Designer: Kaplan Gehring McCarroll Lighting
- Structural Engineer: John A. Martin & Associates
- MEP Engineer: AEI Engineers
- Civil Engineer: Dibble Engineering
- Climate Engineer: Transsolar Energietechnik
- Geotechnical Engineer: Professional Service Industries
- Fire Protection/Code Consultant: Rolf Jensen & Associates
- Loading/Vertical Transportation Consultant: Lerch Bates
- Audiovisual Technology: The Sextant Group
- Cost Estimator: Davis Langdon
Thursday, March 17th, 2011
Pratt Opens First LEED-Gold Certified Higher Education Building in Brooklyn
Pratt Institute has officially opened a new six-story, 120,000-square-foot green academic and administrative facility named Myrtle Hall at 536 Myrtle Avenue between Grand Avenue and Steuben Street to house the college’s Department of Digital Arts as well as several administrative offices.
View of the south side of Myrtle Hall from Willoughby Avenue - (c) Alexander Servin RAZUMMEDIA
- Architect: WASA/Studio
- Location: Brooklyn, New York
- Year: 2011