Archive for the ‘Gallery’ Category
Wednesday, February 15th, 2012
Article source: Atelier Ryo Abe Works
Shima Kitchen was a renovation project to create a venue for arts, and dinning from an old vacant house in a village on Teshima. Teshima is a rural island in the Seto Inland Sea of Western Japan, just next to the famous art tourism island of Naoshima.
Image Courtesy Daici Ano
- Architects: Atelier Ryo Abe Architects
- Project: Shima Kitchen
- Location: Kagawa prefecture, Japan
- Program: restaurant, theater, gallery
- Principal designer: Ryo Abe
- Site area: 1,100 m2
- Built-up area: 429 m2
- Year of completion: 2010
- Text credits: Ryo Abe
- Photo credits: Daici Ano
Wednesday, February 1st, 2012
Article source: Patrick Tighe Architecture
Memory Temple is an experience at the convergence of sound, material, light, form, and technology. The installation is accompanied by a site-specific composition by a world-renowned composer. The sound-scape is integral to the experience and used to explore the spatialization of sound within the physical boundaries of the gallery.
Images Courtesy Art Gray Photography
- Architect: Patrick Tighe Architecture
- Name of Project: Memory Temple
- Location: Los Angeles, California
- Photo Credit: © Art Gray Photography
Wednesday, January 25th, 2012
Article source: Ball-Nogues Studio
How do we build something that modulates space and changes the circulation path of an existing architectural environment by using almost no material? What does it mean to fill space with volume that is on the threshold of absence?
Images Courtesy Michelle Litvin
- Architect: Ball-Nogues Studio
- Name of Project: Unseen Current
- Location: Chicago, Illinois
- Completed: 2008
- Photographer: Michelle Litvin and Ball-Nogues Studio
Saturday, January 14th, 2012
Article source: Grieve Gillett
The new Biodiversity Gallery at the South Australian Museum was opened to the public on 12 February 2010 to wide acclaim.
“The biodiversity of South Australia’s oceans, deserts and forests is truly exceptional. The South Australian Museum’s Biodiversity Gallery celebrates and helps conserve this wonderful asset.” – Sir David Attenborough. Located on the second floor of the Museum’s east wing the gallery showcases South Australia’s rich biodiversity and diverse wildlife across four geographical zones – arid, temperate, coastal and marine tidal.
South Australian Museum Biodiversity Gallery
- Architects: Grieve Gillett
- Project: Biodiversity Gallery – SA Museum
- Location: South Australian Museum, Adelaide
- Year: Completed 2009
- Client: Arts SA
- Project Value: $5M
- AIA (SA Chapter) Collaborative Design Architecture Award, 2011
- “This multi-sensory experience, exhibiting aesthetic quality, experimentation and intense collaboration within an incredibly prescriptive set of constraints stands apart from its forbears, as an axemplar of the benefits of rigorous collaboration.” Jury Citation.
Saturday, December 17th, 2011
Article source: GöSKE PROJECT
The new Capsula Multi-brand Store is a stunning and elegant space located on Andrassy Avenue, an iconic boulevard in Budapest dating back to 1872, lined with spectacular neo-renaissance mansions and townhouses featuring fine-facades and interiors. In 2002 it was recognized as a World Heritage site. It is also one of Budapest’s main shopping streets, with high fashion stores, trendy restaurants and richly decorated cafés.
Capsula Multibrand Store
- Architects: GöSKE PROJECT
- Project: Capsula Multibrand Store
- Location: Budapest, Andrássy Avenue, Hungary
Wednesday, December 14th, 2011
Article source: Simon Dance Design
Simon Dance Design has completed a new contemporary exhibition space in central London. The Pippy Houldsworth Gallery opened to the public on 12 October 2011 to coincide with the Frieze Art Fair. The space will be programmed for exhibitions, seminars and events. The venue provides a showcase for a number of the most important national and international contemporary artists. The inaugural exhibition Continuum brings together seven seminal paintings by Clem Crosby.
- Architects & Designers: Simon Dance Design
- Name of Project: Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
- Location: London, UK
- Quantity Surveyor: Jackson Coles
- Lighting Design: DPA Lighting Design
- Contractors: The Thornton Partnership
Tuesday, November 15th, 2011
Article source: Katz Architecture
The Sundaram Tagore Gallery is devoted to the exchange of ideas between Western and non-‐Western cultures. In keeping with its mission, the Gallery sought to bridge dualities when they moved into the ground floor of a manufacturing building in West Chelsea. The new space, which last served as a taxi garage, had to be completely overhauled to serve as a platform for cross-‐cultural discussion through visual art, poetry, literature, performance art, film and music.
- Architect: Katz Architecture
- Name of Project: Sundaram Tagore Gallery
- Location: New York City, USA
- Budget: Confidential
- Square Footage: 4,000
Wednesday, August 31st, 2011
Article source: Shma Company Limited
This project was commissioned by Sansiri, an urban residential developer. Providing the image of new life style is the role of the sale office. The building was first designed with glass skin exposed to the surrounding, appearing solid, conventional and missing sense of ‘home’. Seeing also that Bangkok urban is suffocating with concrete surface, Shma the landscape architect, proposed this green living façade so to give building uniqueness and to draw public attention.
Exterior View (Images Courtesy Wison Tungthanya)
- Architect & Landscape Architect: Shma Company Limited
- Name of Project: Vertical Living Gallery
- Location: Bangkok, Thailand
- Use: Condominium Sale Office
- Site Area: 440 sq. m
- Photograph Credit: Wison Tungthanya
Friday, August 12th, 2011
Article source: Barker Freeman Design Office
SECOND SKIN is an installation proposal designed to complement the aesthetic and image of the clothing line of the Lake and Stars. The initial concept was to develop a space that recalled the way in which the designers see lingerie as something that can be playfully exposed and integrated into everyday wear. The architects developed surfaces of abstracted “skins” that alternately reveal and conceal spaces with varying levels of privacy. Fittingly, teh inspiration for the structure comes from the pissoirs that line the banks of canals in Amsterdam.
- Architects: Barker Freeman Design Office (BFDO)
- Project: Second Skin for The Lake and Stars
- Software used: Rhino, Grasshopper, and V-Ray were used for Second Skin.
- Software used: Rhino, V-Ray, Grasshopper
Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
Article source: Daniel Libeskind with Arup
‘Temporary structures like Eighteen Turns are great additions to our parks and cityscapes; they can offer us adventurous, alternative and even radical impressions of what a new architecture might be.’ The Guardian
Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2001 Designed by Daniel Libeskind with Arup Photo © 2007 Hélène Binet
- Architect: Daniel Libeskind with Arup
- Name of Project: Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2001
- Location: London, UK