Archive for the ‘Extention’ Category
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
Friday, February 17th, 2017
Article source: Specht Architects
The Doyle Hall renovation and the New Classroom Addition create a campus courtyard, which is activated by the presence of a centuries-old live oak tree, a new cafe, and a year-round mix of student and faculty spaces.
Image Courtesy © Specht Architects
- Architects: Specht Architects (Scott Specht, Louise Harpman, Sarah Gamble, Erica Quinones, Brett Wolfe)
- Project: Doyle Hall Addition + Renovation
- Location: St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas, USA
- Software used: AutoCad 2008, SketchUp 6
- Client Representative: Benz Resource Group
- MEP Engineering: Energy Engineering Associates
- Structural Engineering: Architectural Engineers Collaborative
- Civil Engineering: Urban Design Group
- Landscape Architecture: Sasaki Associates, Inc. in association with RVI Inc.
- Contractor: VRW Construction Company
- Project size: 33,250 sf
- Completion: 2009
- Awards: 2010 AIA Austin Honor Award
Thursday, February 16th, 2017
Article source: mei architects and planners
In the summer of 2013 Mei architects and planners won the architect selection procedure for the design of the new volume and the redevelopment of the Fenix I warehouse..
The Fenix warehouses, located opposite Hotel New York and the Rijnhaven Bridge, were built in 1922 in Katendrecht, Rotterdam. Previously called the San Francisco warehouse, the structure has two levels with floor heights of six metres, and was originally 360 metres in length.
Image Courtesy © Mei & WAX
- Architects: mei architects and planners
- Project: Fenix I – Loft apartments on top of a warehouse
- Location: Veerlaan / Rijnhaven Rotterdam NL
- Photography: Mei & WAX
- Client: Heijmans Vastgoed
- Team Mei architects and planners: Robert Winkel, Menno van der Woude, Michiel van Loon, Robert Platje, Roy Wijte, Riemer Postma, Ruben Aalbersberg, Kasia Domachowska, Adriaan Smidt, Rutger Kuipers, Rob reintjes, Danijel Gavranovic, King Chaichana, Johan van Es
- Area: 8.500 m2 commercial, cultural & culinary / ca. 9.000 m2 parking / ca. 23.000 m2 loft apartments
Wednesday, February 8th, 2017
Article source: Studio Libeskind
World-Renowned Architect Daniel Libeskind Unveils Design for a New Lithuanian Modern Art Center
Viktoras Butkus and Danguole Butkiene, co-founders of the non-profit Modern Art Center (MAC) Vilnius, along with Mayor Remigijus Simasius, announce the design of a new modernist museum by Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind, Studio Libeskind (New York/Milan/Zurich) in partnership with Do architects (Vilnius) and Baltic Engineers (Vilnius).
Image Courtesy © Studio Libeskind
- Architects: Studio Libeskind
- Project: Lithuanian Modern Art Center
- Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
Thursday, February 2nd, 2017
Article source: Lab-S
Contrast and balance in the same renovation project
A timber clad extension creates a new relationship between a brick semi-detached house and its green surrounding.
Kraal Architecten and Lab-S have joined forces for the renovation of a semi-detached house in Zeist, the Netherlands. The project consists of a large interior transformation with a total new layout and a new addition at the back of the original house.
Image Courtesy © Ed van Rijswijk
Thursday, January 5th, 2017
Article source: Irving Smith Architects
House with Villa Silhouette
A house after the Christchurch quakes. One creative home comes down, another goes up, the new silhouetting the old, reminding, resettling, providing lineage.
Where the former villa sat square and inward, the new layers out across the southern view, shaping to the silhouette for light, and framing a greater appreciation of the everyday.
Image Courtesy © Patrick Reynolds
- Architects: Irving Smith Architects
- Project: House with Villa Silhouette
- Location: Lyttleton, New Zealand
- Photography: Patrick Reynolds
- Lead Architects: Jeremy Smith
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 182m2
- Completion Year: 2015
Sunday, December 25th, 2016
Article source: SANS-ARC
The Carlisle Street extension is a foray into a new-Australian vernacular. Familiar materials and form are used with a higher-consideration to context and passive design, exploring a vernacular for the modern-day. The extension is restrained and simple; a volume of space that is light-filled and expansive yet private.
Image Courtesy © SANS-ARC Studio
- Architects: SANS-ARC Studio
- Project: Carlisle Street Extension
- Location: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Thursday, December 1st, 2016
Article source: Architecture Patrick Mauger
The restructuring and extension to the Lognes site for the Ministry of the Interior aims to make it the main Grand Paris training center.
A “blue” gallery has been created that acts as the project’s backbone and provides the distribution needed for the restructured buildings and extensions. It permits a separation between visitor, trainee and personnel movements and ensures the readability of the centre, with administrative premises to the south and training premises to the north.
Image Courtesy © Architecture Patrick Mauger
- Architects: Architecture Patrick Mauger
- Project: “Grand Lognes” training site
- Location: 27 Cours des Petites Écuries, 77185 Lognes, France
- Client: Ministry of the Interior
- Collaborators: Khephren, Cap Ingelec, Dal, Etamine, Avls, Alto Step, Alain Le Bahl, Sophie Barbaux
- Cost: €13,7 M
- Net Floor Space: 19,210 m² including a 1,113 m² extension
- Completion: 2016
Wednesday, November 9th, 2016
Article source: Nic Owen Architects
A renovation and extension to the rear of a Victorian cottage in Kensington, Victoria Australia.
■ The owner, a single professional loved her charming 2 bedroom cottage but found the spaces dark, tired and basically in need of repair.
■ A neighbouring 2 storey extension compromised her privacy to the rear living spaces and the backyard, effectively reducing the usability of the property.
■ A small 1970’s sun-room extension was removed and replaced with a black steel and glass small extension. Large picture frame windows supply light and outlook to the existing structure.
Image Courtesy © Christine Francis
- Architects: Nic Owen Architects
- Project: Kensington Palace
- Location: Kensington, Victoria, Australia
- Photography: Christine Francis
- Client: Mature single professional
- Builder: Melpro Developments
- Landscaper: Dan Piper gardens
- Structural engineer: Jonicha Consulting Pty Ltd
- Building surveyor: Reddo
- Size (m2): House 109 m2 (Existing house was larger at 120m2), Site = 280m2, Deck 27m2
- Design time: 8 months
- Construction time: 6 months
- Completion: November 2015
Tuesday, November 8th, 2016
Article source: batlab architects
We first met our customers (Anikó and Bálint) in the summer of 2013 who wanted to expand their home due to their growing family. Our task was to build a whole new storey and a ground floor terrace after removing the hip roof. The family has outlined their requirements for the rooms, however we were given a free hand in the design and appearance.
There was enough time for planning, the customers spent a lot of time mulling over their new home, and we have also redesigned the house multiple times. While one week we thought that something is a good solution, the other week we thought the opposite.
Image Courtesy © Juhász Norbert
- Architects: batlab architects (Batizi-Pócsi Gergő, Batizi-Pócsi Péter)
- Project: House expansion in Zugló
- Location: Zugló, Budapest, Hungary
- Photography: Juhász Norbert
- Software used: Archicad
- Consultant architects: Sebők Ildikő, Selényi György /KetteS műterem/
- Supporting structures: Facskó Gergely