Archive for the ‘Gallery’ Category
Sunday, July 26th, 2015
Article source: Wilkinson Eyre Architects
Wilkinson Eyre Architects has completed a £17.5m transformation of Wellcome Collection in London designed to accommodate growing visitor numbers and enrich the visitor experience.
Image Courtesy © Wilkinson Eyre Architects
Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015
Article source: ATELIER – NUNO RIBEIRO
Gallery Home aims to be more than more than a local hosting site, but a familiar place where the guest feel at home. Located on Rua Miguel Bombarda, one of the emblematic streets of Porto where art, culture and history live side by side with the locals and those visiting the many galleries that are open to the public.
Image Courtesy © ATELIER – NUNO RIBEIRO
Wednesday, July 15th, 2015
Article source: KISSMIKLOS
MONO is lifestyle retail, gallery, and events space concept located in the heart of Budapest, Hungary. My task was to raise attention for the store’s summer sales. I designed an aquarium from the store’s huge glass windows that now hang out on the street.
Image Courtesy © Bálint Jaksa
- Architects: KISSMIKLOS
- Project: A Storefront To Look Like An Aquarium
- Location: Kossuth Lajos u. 12. Budapest, Hungary
- Photography: Bálint Jaksa
Saturday, July 11th, 2015
Article source: ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd]
Bálna (formerly known as CET / Central European Time). Bálna is also a synonym for a whale. The Mixed Use Development Bálna at the Közraktárak between the Petofi and the Szabadság Bridge is both. The Bálna concept refers to Budapest as an important metropolitan centre in the heart of Central Europe. The Bálna shape refers to the smooth and friendly streamlined body of a whale. The new Bálna development has the potential to put Budapest once again on the map of the world. Name and shape of the Bálna symbolizes its cultural potential and commercial pole position in one of the best preserved cities in the world.
Bálna seen from from the Buda side of the danube river, Image Courtesy © Romeodesign
- Architects: ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd]
- Project: Bálna Budapest
- Location: Közraktárak, Budapest, Hungary
- Photography: Romeodesign
- Software used: Pro Engineer, Oasys, Rhino, 3DMax, VR4Max and Revit, Autodesk
- Design team: Kas Oosterhuis, Ilona Lénárd, Gijs Joosen, Owen Slootweg, Bas Wijnbeld, Anna Nagy, Bujdosó Attila, Márku Judit, Romvári Péter, Tom Krzempek, Rafael Seemann, Paulina Gurak, Michael Gorczynski, Lidia Badarnah, Jan Gasparik, Petr Vokal.
- Partners: MTM Statika – Lead structural engineering, SMG-SiSu – MEP engineering
- Client: Porto Investment Hungary Kft., Budapest
- Gross floor area: 27.000 m2
- Stories: 5 stories, 2 stories parking garage
- Parking garage: 7500 m2
- Year of design completion: 2012
Thursday, July 9th, 2015
Article source: Claesson Koivisto Rune Architects
The inde/jacobs gallery, together with an eight-piece furniture and accessories collection, were presented at this year’s ICFF together with a new book entitled “Claesson Koivisto Rune in Marfa – The inde/jacobs gallery”, published to mark the inauguration of the gallery.
Image Courtesy © Åke E:son Lindman
Thursday, July 9th, 2015
Article source: Architects Soini&Horto Ltd
The Kämp galleria shopping center is located in the center of Helsinki in the block called ’Antilooppi’, steeped in history. Espagalleria Co, which operates the center, wanted to develop the shopping center by extending the rentable area and changing the content in a more commercial direction. The solution was to create an indoor street in the Galleria on two floors and to radically change the interior look. References were taken from the city structure and the history of the property. In addition, the customers’ shopping experiences were improved by changing the circulation inside, and by creating views with new openings between the floors.
Image Courtesy © Sampsa Pärnänen
- Architects: Architects Soini&Horto Ltd
- Project: Kämp Galleria Shopping Center
- Location: Helsinki, Finland
- Photography: Tuomas Uusheimo, Sampsa Pärnänen, Jan Tuomisto
- Architects in charge: Sami Horto, Teemu Asikainen, Santtu Rothsten
- Interior designers: Markus Eskola, Arno Puukko, Eva–‐Marie Eriksson, Heidi Horto
- Area: 7000 sqm
- Year: 2012
Friday, June 19th, 2015
Article source: Satoru Hirota Architects
“House to be floating in the rural landscape” It is a house built along the main road in a rural city.
(This house also includes gallery and studio.) In order to protect the residents from the surrounding any kind of noise, House has been surrounded by a gradual circular wall. When enter the inside of the wall, there is a serene space. The first floor is composed by three concrete volumes. Garage and gallery (for embroidery artist), and study.
Image Courtesy © Satoru Hirota Architects
- Architects: Satoru Hirota Architects
- Project: Floating House
- Location: Siga, Japan
- Structural design: nieda+hisaeda architects / Taizen Nieda + Mitsuyoshi Yoshida
- Site area: 526.99m2
- Building area: 146.32m2
- Total floor area: 197.37m2
Tuesday, May 19th, 2015
Article source: Takehiko Nez Architects
Following a renovation of Atelier(=Vision)in 2003 and the extension of Gallery(=Vision+) in 2010, we refurbish Atelier this time. While responding occasional requests in this continuous design act, the coherent design theme is succeeded.
Image Courtesy © Tomohiro Saruyama
- Architects: Takehiko Nez Architects
- Project: Vision Atelier
- Location: Yamanashi, Japan
- Photography: Tomohiro Saruyama
- Status: completed Aug 2013
Tuesday, April 28th, 2015
Article source: Eowon Designs Sdn Bhd
Completed in 2015, our latest project – BSG Sales Gallery, another great team work by our architecture team x interior design team, Nestled along the hustle bustle street of Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, formerly known as Northam Road. A very different kind of its uniqueness outstanding very much among all it catches one’s first glimpse! A not-so-an-ordinary sales gallery.
Image Courtesy © Teh Weng Jen
- Architects: Eowon Designs Sdn Bhd
- Project: BSG Sales Gallery Penang Malaysia
- Location: BSG Sales Gallery, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Penang, Malaysia
- Photography: Teh Weng Jen
- Software used: Autocad, Sketch up, 3D Studio Max
- Submitting Architect: Hock Tan architect
- Client: Nuwata Sdn. Bhd.
- Interior Design: Eowon Designs Sdn. Bhd.
- Material list for BSG Sales Gallery:
- External wall- 12mm calcium silicate board (Hilux)
- Roof- 0.48mm TCT kip lok metal deck (Bluescop)
- curtain wall- 0.83mm laminated glass panel
- Floor- black polished cementitious floor
- Facade panel- composite timber
- Timber deck- composite timber
- Main structure – Steel
- Wall=- light weight block
Sunday, March 8th, 2015
Article source: HS2 ARCHITECTURE
Pace Gallery’s 510 West 25th Street property is a one-story 4,000 sf conversion of a derelict automotive garage into a sleek, minimal art gallery. With twenty-foot ceilings and four new skylights, HS2/Bill Katz Studios created a large exhibition space with plentiful but controlled diffuse daylight. The complete renovation involved all new infrastructure, mechanical, electrical, lighting and fire protection.
Image Courtesy © Rafael Gamo / HS2 Architecture
- Architects: HS2 ARCHITECTURE
- Project: PACE GALLERY
- Location: 508 + 510 West 25th Street New York, NY, US
- Photography: Rafael Gamo
- Design Consultant: Bill Katz Studios
- Principal-in-Charge: Thomas Hut, HS2 Architecture
- Project Architect: Timothy McQuestion, HS2 Architecture
- Structural Engineer: Robert Silman Assocaites
- Consulting Engineer (M/E/P): Irwin Associates
- Environmental Engineer: Tenen
- Environmental Consulting Geotechnical Engineer: Carlin Simpson and Associates
- Square Footage: 8,000SF
- Year: 2012