Archive for the ‘Factory’ Category
Tuesday, September 10th, 2013
Article source: JDS architects
JDS invites you to join Siblingsfactory for the opening of their new concept store in downtown Brussels today! We’re excited to have designed this new space in the heart of Brussels.
The store’s opening will be paired with the 100th anniversary of Le Mont Saint Michel.
Image Courtesy © JDS architects
- Architects: JDS architects
- Project: OPENING OF SIBLINGSFACTORY
- Location: Brussels, Belgium
- Software used: Autocad, Rhino, 3ds max and photoshop
Friday, July 26th, 2013
Article source: Mauro Alpini
The Monteroni D’Arbia former tobacco factory area is an opportunity to take up the challenge of a historic building of great physical, social and economic significance. Important in both physical and social terms, this area was a focal point in community life for the whole town and restoration work on it aims to rebuild a fragment of social fabric which is to be entrusted with a strategic re-appropriation role of the town’s physical and social dimension.
Image Courtesy © Mauro Alpini
- Architects: Mauro Alpini
- Project: Restoration project of the former Tabaccaia (Tobacco factory)
- Location: Siena, Italy
- Photography: Mauro Alpini
- Collaborators: Massimo Morandi, Slaven Penovic, Marino Presenti
- Year: 2009-2012
Friday, July 19th, 2013
Article source: NOSIGNER
What’s OPEN SOURCE FURNITURES?
Recently, Mozilla Japan’s new office’s ground floor was designed by NOSIGNER. They designed all furnitures based on the idea of Open Source. They used general products and uploaded all drawings to the website. Therefore, these designs might also be able to call the “open source furniture” so to speak. Because these designs enable everyone to make functional office furnitures inexpensively
Image Courtesy © HATTA
- Architects: NOSIGNER
- Project: Mozilla Factory Space
- Location: Japan
- Photography: HATTA
- Software used: Adobe illustrator, CINEMA4D and CAD
Friday, May 3rd, 2013
Article source: CA/PA Architectes
The extension project of the chocolate factory covers the three objectives outlined by the client.
- Increases the production surface in the context of the existing factory,
- Expands the administrative areas,
- Restores the museum and shop.
With a contemporary spirit in mind, the materials and the colours used also fits into the traditional method of chocolate presentation. The wood evokes the colour of the cocoa export boxes, while the the top inset glass windows are framed with dark brown metal, reminding the onlooker of the paper wrapper of the goods.
Image courtesy CA/PA Architectes
- Architects: CA/PA Architectes
- Project: Chocolats Bovetti
- Location: Lavilledieu, Terrasson-Lavilledieu, France
- Client: Bovetti Chocolats
- Programme: Production unit + Museum of Chocolate
- Surface: 2641m2
- Delivery: december 2010
Thursday, March 14th, 2013
Article source: Tolila+Gilliland
This is not a shed. This is an island. The question posed by the client/artist was the possibility of a cultural island in an industrial site, the concrete fabrication of a utopic site for living, research and production. The architectural response is the result of a research towards a vocabulary of elements which could give meaning to this ambition.
Image Courtesy © Philippe Ruault
- Architects: Tolila+Gilliland
- Project: Mosquito Coast Factory
- Location: Mosquito Coast Factory 5, rue de la Tamise, Zi porte Estuaire, 44750 Campbon, France
- Photography: Philippe Ruault
- Client : Mosquito Coast Factory (Benoit-Marie Moriceau)
- Area (SHON) : 517 m²
- Cost of work: 350.000 euros HT
- Duration of the study: 8 months
- Duration of the work: 5 months
- Materials: Structure and cladding in galvanized steel., North Facade in polycarbonate panels (Danpalon), Floors in waxed concrete
Tuesday, February 5th, 2013
Article source: schmidt hammer lassen architects
Inauguration of the IBC Innovation Factory
The IBC Innovation Factory by schmidt hammer lassen architects is designed to support new ways of learning. The 12,800 square metres educational building has gone through a total refurbishment and will be officially inaugurated by His Royal Highness the Prince Consort of Denmark on 6th December 2012.
Image Courtesy schmidt hammer lassen architects
- Architects: schmidt hammer lassen architects
- Project: IBC Innovation Factory
- Location: kolding,Denmark
- Area: 12,800 m2
- On commission: 2009
- Status: Construction GORI (1978, 1984),Construction IBC 2010 – 2012
- Engineer: Rambøll A/S
- Other consultants: Alectia (fire)
- Main Contractor: MT Højgaard a/s, Odense
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Wednesday, October 17th, 2012
Article source: D.I.G Architects
A factory for the parts of plastic miniature model.
The guy deals plastic miniature models of detailed airplanes, battleships and so on, and spends all day here, designing models, decomposing the designed model into hundreds of parts, carving metal molds and molding resin to make thousands of those.
Image Courtesy Yuko Tada
- Architects: D.I.G Architects
- Project: Model Factory F
- Location: Nagoya, Japan
- Complete year: 2010
- Type: factory/office
- Architect: Maki Yoshimura+ Akinori Yoshimura D.I.G Architects
- Contructor: Mizuno cooporation
- Structure: wood
- Total floor area: 140.76 m2
- Photo credit: Yuko Tada
Thursday, April 19th, 2012
Article source: Guillermo Hevia Arquitectos
The new building, part of Nestlés social block at the Granero factory (VI Región – Chile), uses a variety of bioclimatic strategies, within a company policy of rational use of energy resources and economics in the 21th century. These strategies favorite the usage of natural resources, passive ventilation systems, air-condition and cleaning for inside spaces, natural controlled illumination, effective cost savings in the use of hydrological resources (water consumption of restrooms, etc), by trend to find the best sustainability, quality of life, rational use of resources and protection of the environment.
Image Courtesy Cristián Barahona
- Architects: Guillermo Hevia Arquitectos/GH+A Arquitectos
- Project: Social Block Building Nestlé Graneros
- Location: Nestlé Graneros Factory VI Región – Chile.
- Collaborators: Tomás Villalón A, Francisco Carrión G, Guillermo Hevia García, Marcela Suazo M.
- Owner: Nestlé Chile S.A.
- Construction: Precon S.A.
- Bioclimate: Biotech Chile Consultores Ltda.
- Outer Linings: Hunter-Douglas Chile S.A.
- Lighting: Opendark S.A.
- Photography: Cristián Barahona, Guillermo Hevia H. , Guillemo Hevia García
- Building Area: 2.800 m2
- Year: 2009
- Materials: Concrete, Glass And Corten Steel.
Wednesday, April 18th, 2012
Article source: Guillermo Hevia Architects
A volume of simple and emphatic architecture, which reinterprets the anonymous architecture of the coastal valleys in the center of Chile. It poses itself above the soft tree-lined areas, peeking gently with its facades of wood and tones that highlight the luminosity of the place. The body melts down as one with the geography and projects the lines of trees upon his facades. Employs sustainable technologies, creating a favorable mood for work and the production of quality olive oil.
Exterior View (Images Courtesy Guillermo Hevia)
- Architect: GH + A (Guillermo Hevia Architects)
- Name of Project: Olisur Olive Oil Factory and Offices
- Location: Fundo San José de Marchigüe, comuna La Estrella, VI Región, Chile
- Chief Architect: Guillermo Hevia
- Collaborators: Tomás Villalón, Francisco Carrión, Guillermo Hevia G, Marcela Suazo
- Photographer: Cristóbal Palma, Guillermo Hevia
- Software used: Autocad, 3dmax, Cinema4D + Vray and TAS for bioclimatic evaluation
Tuesday, April 10th, 2012
Article source: Guillermo Hevia H.
A steel cube supported by concrete walls is the image of a bakery company with an industrial process, located in a new area of corporative buildings.
A new industrial concept for a company dedicated to the production of traditional and elaborated bread of massive consumption , incorporating top technology to all panification processes.
Privileged location in a new area of corporative buildings lead us to create an integrated design where volume was favored as an object.
Image Courtesy Guillermo Hevia
- Architects: Guillermo Hevia H.
- Project: Castaño
- Location: Alberto Riesco 0250, Huechuraba, Santiago – R.M.
- Collaborators: Amelia Orrego C. Architect, Marcela Suazo Development / CAD
- Surface area: 8.000 m2
- Building Surface: 4.600 m2
- Materials: Concrete at sight, self portable isolated panels, metallic linings and color thermic glasses.
- Software used: Autocad, 3dmax, Cinema4D + Vray and TAS for bioclimatic evaluation