Archive for the ‘Extention’ Category
Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
Article source: derksen|windt architecten
For the extension of this house in the famous Dutch flowerbulb area, derksen|windt architecten made a design based on the experience of the transition from the inside to the outside. The old house (the inside) and the garden with the flowerbulb fields behind it (the outside) are beautifully connected by this distinctive and sharply detailed extension.
Image Courtesy © Stijnstijl Fotografie
- Architects: derksen|windt architecten
- Project: Contemporary extension to a house as an indispensable connection between the inside and outside
- Location: Netherlands
- Photography: Stijnstijl Fotografie
Tuesday, September 12th, 2017
Article source: Ederer+Haghirian
The extension of the court house in Deutschlandsberg (Austria) sets a clear break with the existing historical building. A glass gap, which reflects the environment, forms a point of contact between the historical part and the addition of the court house.
Image Courtesy © Alexander Gebetsroither
- Architects: Ederer+Haghirian
- Project: Courthouse extension
- Location: Deutschlandsberg, Austria
- Photography: Alexander Gebetsroither
- Software used: Autocad
Wednesday, August 30th, 2017
Article source: Ruud Visser Architectuur
Voordorp is a neighbourhood in Utrecht. The area was designed in the 90’s by several architects. Responsible for the supervision was the architect Theo Bos. He won the Rietveld prize for architecture for his urban scheme. Characteristically for the scheme is the small-scaled structure with many corners, gardens, entrances and a lot of new extensions which fit quite well in the architecture of the area.
Image Courtesy © Ruud Visser Architectuur
- Architects: Ruud Visser Architectuur
- Project: Home extension Steve Bikostraat Utrecht
- Location: Utrecht, The Netherlands
Wednesday, August 9th, 2017
Article source: KARST architecture
Located in a tiny village facing salt marshes on the French Atlantic coast, this wooden house extension is a modest holiday home and a writer’s retreat. The client’s idea for this project was born several years ago when saving a few old, massive oak beams from the demolition of a neighboring farm. The idea appealed to us but it was all we knew when we first visited the site.
Image Courtesy © KARSTarchitecture
Friday, June 9th, 2017
Article source: Gehry Partners LLP
Phase II of the Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum is conceived of as a natural extension of the original museum designed by Gehry Partners in 1993.
Phase II provides an additional 8,553 square feet of exhibition space on the north and east sides of the existing building.
On the southeast corner of the existing building, new gallery space is articulated as three rectangular volumes clad in the same brick as that used on the existing building. The new gallery space will provide the museum with space appropriate for the exhibition of works on paper, American art, and ceramics while animating the east side of the building that faces Coffman Memorial Plaza. These new galleries provide different scales and spatial relationships than the existing galleries, offering the museum increased flexibility in the planning of exhibitions.
Image Courtesy © Gehry Partners LLP
- Architects: Gehry Partners LLP
- Project: FREDERICK R. WEISMAN ART MUSEUM – EXPANSION in Minnesota
- Location: Minnesota, Minneapolis ,USA
- CLIENT: University of Minnesota
- Client’s Project Manager: La Salle Group
- Design Principal: Frank O. Gehry
- Project Designer: Edwin Chan
- Associate architect: John Bowers
- Associate architect: Hammel, Green, & Abrahamson, Inc
- Project Manager: Jim Goblirsch
- Project Manager: John Cook
- Project Architect: Rob Good
Sunday, April 16th, 2017
Article source: OMA
The Pierre Lassonde Pavilion—the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec’s fourth building is interconnected yet disparate—is a subtly ambitious, even stealthy, addition to the city. Rather than creating an iconic imposition, it forms new links between the park and the city, and brings coherence to the MNBAQ.
Image Courtesy © OMA
- Architects: OMA
- Project: Expansion of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (MNBAQ)
- Location: Parc des Champs-de-Bataille, Québec City, Canada
- Status: Competition 2010. Completion: June 2016
Thursday, April 13th, 2017
Article source: GDA officina di architettura
The project area is located in the outskirts of Villafranca and Verona, between the urban core and the agricultural land.
The more distinctive presence is the “strada della Rizza” around which is structured the small village Rizza, that’s a quite busy output axis of Verona.
The new building is designed as a reconstruction and expansion of a previously existing one lying parallel to the “strada della Rizza” and looks like an inhabited wall that protects the school from the nearby road. For this reason, it present a 3,5m high basement in concrete without any window that look like an infrastructure’s construction.
Image Courtesy © Nicolo Galeazzi
- Architects: GDA officina di architettura
- Project: G.Zanella Primary School Renovation
- Location: Villafranca ( VR), Italia
- Photography: Nicolo Galeazzi
- Client: Comune di Villafranca
- Program: expansion, renovation and energy efficiency of school building
- Dimension: 2100 mq ( 1200m2 renovation – 900m2 expansion)
- Costs: 2.200.000 €
Thursday, April 6th, 2017
Article source: SEFAR® Architecture
SEFAR® VISION fabric, laminated into the exterior glass façade of a new terminal at Keflavik International Airport in Iceland, adds a striking and sustainable element to the country’s growing transportation hub.
In 2016, the airport saw nearly seven million passengers, almost double what it saw in 2014. As a result, a new 4,700-square-meter terminal was built to service additional passengers to and from aircraft.
Image Courtesy © SEFAR® Architecture
- Architects: SEFAR® Architecture
- Project: Expansion at Iceland’s, Keflavik International Airport
- Location: Iceland, Keflavik
Wednesday, April 5th, 2017
Article source: Pich-Aguilera Architects
The building, which takes in the Civic Centre Joan Oliver, was built in the late 90s. Their services are distributed on the ground floor and their spaces are articulated on both sides of a longitudinal corridor, where they are located, on one side, the classrooms and offices, and on the opposite side, the gym and the locker room.
Image Courtesy © Simón García
- Architects: Pich-Aguilera Architects
- Project: Joan Oliver – Pere Quart Civic Center Extension
- Location: Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Simón García
- Software used: Autocad
Sunday, March 26th, 2017
Article source: Joeb Moore & Partners
The renovation/addition of this Tudor style residence in Rye, New York links the home to its exterior by adding light filled program and circulation. While maximizing the habitable use of the site, the addition also responds to the key parameters of the existing home, preserving its character and history within the suburban neighborhood context.
Image Courtesy © David Sundberg/Esto
- Architects: Joeb Moore & Partners
- Project: 35HP
- Location: Rye, New York, USA
- Photography: David Sundberg/Esto and Dorothy Hong
- General Contractor: Prutting & Company Custom Builders
- Structural Engineer: Edward Stanley Engineers LLC
- Civil Enginner: Frangione Engineering, LLC
- Interior Design: DB Design
- Design Principal: Joeb Moore
- Project Manager: Doug Patt
- Gross Built Area: 4815 square feet
- Completion Year: 2014