Archive for the ‘Gallery’ Category
Saturday, June 7th, 2014
Article source: Tomokazu Hayakawa Architects
This site is located at Torigoe which is between Asakusa and Akihabara. Here is the old downtown area; there are many small factories for like leather product, paper craft and ornament. Client wants his small office and his wife is going to operate small gallery in this area.
We imagined the second-hand containers be put on this area, Thinking to worn-out container would be fitted to these small factories.
Second floor is office. Client opens hatch and take fresh air into the room,
Image Courtesy © Tomokazu Hayakawa Architects
- Architects: Tomokazu Hayakawa Architects
- Project: CC4441
- Location: Torigoe, Taitō, Tokyo, Japan
- Category: Office, Gallery
- Client: Endosho-ten
- Structural Engineer: Ejiri Structural Engineers
- Construction: C3 design
- Site Area: 54.59 sqm
- Covered Area: 28.82 sqm
- Total Area: 36.66 sqm
- Stories: 2F 1F: 19.55sqm / 2F: 17.11sqm
- Coverage Ratio: 52.79“iof 80“j
- Area Ratio: 67.16“iof 500“j
- Max Height: 5,874mm
- Ceiling Height: 2,400mm
Wednesday, May 28th, 2014
Article source: Renderus
The Multifunctional building in Coldstream is design for multi-purpose cultural events and office space.
The Coldstream gallery creates a new urban space that enriches the diversity of cultural life and expresses the dynamism of an institution looking to the future.
The Coldstream gallery design promotes a multidisciplinary environment by connecting the variety of programs, establishing a collective culture research where many contributions and innovations can feed off each other.
Image Courtesy © Renderus
- Architects: Renderus
- Project: Coldstream Gallery
- Location: Coldstream, Scotland
- Work started in: 2014
- Main structure is: steel
- Height: 62m
- Total area: 6000 m²
- Number of floors: 18
- Status: Current works
- Type: Cultural, Waterfront, Office Buildings, Business Centers, Museums, Libraries.
- 3D Visualisation: Renderus.
Thursday, May 8th, 2014
Article source: Spark Architects
Spark’s recently completed sales gallery opened to prospective buyers in November 2013. SPARK Located adjacent to Nanjing South Railway Station the two storey building showcases the broad spectrum of residential and commercial space available for lease and purchase at Vanke’s SPARK designed ambitious mixed use development.
Image Courtesy © Shu He
- Architects: Spark Architects
- Project: VANKE NEW CITY CENTER SALES GALLERY
- Location: Nanjing, China
- Photography: Shu He
- Total GFA (sqm): 800m2
- Project Director: Stephen Pimbley, Lim Wenhui
- Team: Jay Panelo, Ethan Hwang, Mark Mancenido
- Client: Vanke Nanjing.
Thursday, April 24th, 2014
Article source: Elliott + Associates Architects
Reprogram and renovate the circa 1940’s Webb Brothers Gulf Service Station/Chrysler Dealership (located at the only stop light in Marfa) to house:
• Marfa Contemporary Gallery
• Timecar (car sharing rental)
• The Pizza Foundation
• An Artist in Residence Studio
North elevation showing the new building signage in the position of the historic signage. The gallery entrance is under the Marfa Contemporary sign, Image Courtesy © Elliott + Associates Architects
- Architects: Elliott + Associates Architects (Michelle Jameson)
- Project: Marfa Contemporary Gallery
- Location: Marfa, Texas
- Software used: AutoCAD Architecture 2013, Sketchup (our firm) and 3ds MAX (Skyline Ink, our animation consultant)
Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
Article source: MUTANT ARCH.MEDIA
Development of an agricultural component object on approximately 300sqm of living space including a galleria on 2nd floor. Everything was planned so that it is very neutral looks although the color and radiates a lot of heat .
Image Courtesy © MUTANT ARCH.MEDIA
- Architects: MUTANT ARCH.MEDIA
- Project: LOFT B
- Location: Anif, Salzburg, Austria
- Photography: MUTANT ARCH.MEDIA
- Completed: 2013
Friday, December 6th, 2013
Article source: Estudio ji arquitectos
Space “converted” in old town of Altea where has been used only the organizer system “MODULE PLUG” ji study: A versatile and mobile lattice with various accessories “plugged in” to it, organizes and gives use 4 projected spaces: architectural, jewelery workshop, showroom and art gallery.
Image Courtesy © David Frutos fotógrafo de arquitectura
- Architects: Estudio ji arquitectos
- Project: WORKSHOP – STUDIO – GALLERY – SHOWROOM
- Location: ALTEA, Spain
- Photography: David Frutos fotógrafo de arquitectura
- DATE: July 2013
- ARCHITECTS AUTHORS: Jorge Frias + Irene Zurdo
- AREA: 48 m2
Friday, October 4th, 2013
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
The Serpentine Sackler Gallery consists of two distinct parts, namely the conversion of a classical 19th century brick structure – The Magazine – and a 21st century tensile structure. The Serpentine Sackler Gallery is thus – after MAXXI in Rome – the second art space where Zaha Hadid Architects have created a synthesis of old and new. The Magazine was designed as a Gunpowder Store in 1805. It comprises two raw brick barrel vaulted spaces (where the gunpowder was stored) and a lower square-shaped surrounding structure with a frontal colonnade. The building continued to be in military use until 1963. Since then Royal Parks used the building for storage. The Magazine thus remained underutilised until now. Over time, much amendment and alteration has occurred inside the historic building and its surroundings.
Image Courtesy © Luke Hayes
- Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects
- Project: SERPENTINE SACKLER GALLERY
- Location: London
- Photography: Luke Hayes
- Overall site area: 3,414 m2
- Gross internal area: Total: 1566m2
- Architectural Design: Zaha Hadid, with Patrik Schumacher, Zaha Hadid Architects
- Architectural Project Director: Charles Walker, Zaha Hadid Architects
- Architectural Project Lead, Phase 1: Thomas Vietzke, with Jens Borstelmann, Zaha Hadid Architects
- Architectural Project Lead, Phase 2: Fabian Hecker, Zaha Hadid Architects
- Structural Engineering: Ed Clark, with Jolyon Smith and Chris Neighbour, ARUP
- Project Directors: Julia Peyton-Jones, with Hans Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine Galleries
- Project Leader: Julie Burnell, with Amy Brown, Serpentine Galleries
- Project Managers: Ian Eggers, Gareth Stapleton, Bob White, Peter George, Wayne Glaze, Pat Walsh, Jim Ledger, Rise
- Architectural Project Team: Ceyhun Baskin, Torsten Broeder, David Campos, Suryansh Chandra, Inanc Eray, Matthew Hardcastle, Dillon Lin, Elke Presser, Marina Duran Sancho, Timothy Schreiber, Jianghai Shen, Marcela Spadaro, Anat Stern, Laymon Thaung, Claudia Wulf, Zaha Hadid Architects
Thursday, June 13th, 2013
Article source: Birds Portchmouth Russum
Working in collaboration with architect Chris Stead of Paris, BPR designed a gallery, cafe and office for the Magnum Photography agency.
Image Courtesy © Birds Portchmouth Russum
Three architectural moves are key in turning this former hotel ballroom into an integrated set of spaces. A portion of the ground floor concrete slab is cut away, a bridge spanned across it, and a cafe ‘trailer’ inserted into the front facade. The front of the trailer pushes through to the street, defining the entrance and helping to project the identity of the gallery.
- Architects: Birds Portchmouth Russum
- Project: Magnum Gallery
- Location: 13 RUE DE L’ABBAYE 75006 PARIS
- Software used: Catia and Vectorworks
Wednesday, June 12th, 2013
Article source: Filippo Taidelli Architetto
London’s Lisson Gallery, one of the leaders in international contemporary art, opened a new space in Milan in Via Zenale on the ground floor of historic building completely refurbished and redesigned by Studio FTA in 2008.
Image Courtesy © Filippo Taidelli Architetto
Sunday, June 9th, 2013
Article source: Utopus studio
The visitors’ center serves as an entry and educational center for the archaeological site of Chan Chan, an ancient city that was once the capital of the Chimor Kingdom (4th to 11th century) that existed along the north coast of South America. The visitors’ center is located at the entrance of the Tschudi Palace, the only palace open to visitors among the other eight palaces of the ancient city of Chan Chan.
Image Courtesy © Utopus studio
- Architects: Utopus studio
- Project: Chan Chan
- Location: Chan-Chan Ruins, Trujillo, Peru
- Date: 1998
- Client: National Institute of Culture (Instituto Nacional de Cultura)
- Area: 625 sqm
- Materials: adobe, wood, cane, earth, brick, gravel and ceramic
- Program: ramps, courtyard, tickets booth, exhibition galleries, cafeteria, and shops
- Software used: CAD and free hand drawings