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Student Housing Campus Eindhoven University of Technology in Netherlands by Office Winhov + office haratori in collaboration with BDG Architecten Almere

Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

Article source: Office Winhov

Work began on building the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in 1957 based on the urban development plan of S.J. van Embden. His design aimed at creating an idealised factory environment for technical research and study consisting of tall, modern buildings on stilts that were connected with one another and with the laboratories and workshops located in between them by means of aerial walkways. The plan followed the modern ideal of self-contained buildings in a continuous landscape. The rational structure in which the buildings followed a fixed grid pattern was expressed in the curtain walls of the first generation of buildings on the campus. A master plan for the reorganisation and expansion of the campus has been drawn up following the original design. It envisages the introduction of accommodation for students and researchers on the north side of the campus on the edge of the green brook valley of the Dommel.

The building at the banks of the Dommel, Image Courtesy © Stefan Müller

  • Architects: Office Winhov + office haratori in collaboration with BDG Architecten Almere
  • Project: Student Housing Campus Eindhoven University of Technology
  • Location: Campus TU/Eindhoven, Netherlands
  • Photography: Stefan Müller
  • Client: Stichting Woonbedrijf SWS/Hhvl
  • Contractor: Huybregts Relou
  • Gross Floor Area: 12.600 m2
  • Project: 2013-2016


Cité internationale Paul Ricœur in Rennes, France by Hérault Arnod Architectes

Sunday, April 2nd, 2017

Article source: v2com

The plot is located at the interface between two very different urban logics: on one side, a modern district made up of wide public spaces and large-sized buildings, on the other, the historical town-centre consisting of smaller slate-roof buildings. One of the project’s challenges is to articulate the traditional city and the modern city scales, using both the organisation of its volumes and the layout of its functions.

Image Courtesy © André Morin

  • Architects: Hérault Arnod Architectes
  • Project: Cité internationale Paul Ricœur
  • Location: Boulevard de La Liberté – Renne, France
  • Photography: André Morin
  • Client: Rennes Métropole for the city of Rennes, Bretagne Loire University and the CROUS
  • Project management:
    • Project manager: Mickaël Dusson
    • Construction site: Florent Bellet
    • Fluids: Nicolas Mussche Inex
    • Structure: Batiserf
    • Economics: Michel Forgue
    • Kitchen specialist: Artelia
    • Graphic design: Gérard Plénacoste


145 Student Housing in Bordeaux, France by GARDERA-D Architecture

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

Article source: GARDERA-D Architecture

The project is located on the overall development program of the Bassins à Flots in Bordeaux, whose specifications were drawn up by the ANMA agency (Nicolas Michelin). The group concerned is coordinated by the architecture agency MATEO Arquitectura in Barcelona.

The program totals 145 rooms and combines a series of 9 duplex townhouses. The building exudes about 4452 m2 of floor space and is composed of two different estates oriented South-West / North-Est facing each other on both sides of a large landscaped slab cleared at the 2nd level.

Image Courtesy © GARDERA-D Architecture

  • Architects: GARDERA-D Architecture (Gardera Patrice)
  • Project: 145 Student Housing
  • Location: Bordeaux, France
  • Software used: Rhinoceros 3d


New Youth Commune in Songhua Lake, China by META-Project

Sunday, February 5th, 2017

Article source: META-Project

New Youth Commune, a mixed youth community, located on the edge of Vanke Songhua Lake Resort and bordering natural villages, contains 800 people with the upper space for Vanke staff, the middle rented to self-employed town people and the ground facilitating camping students while open to villagers.

Mountain view from the north side, Image Courtesy © Fang Chun,Chen Su

  • Architects: META-Project
  • Project: New Youth Commune
  • Location: Ji Lin, Songhua Lake, China
  • Photography: Fang Chun, Chen Su, Cao Shibiao
  • Client: Vanke Songhua Lake Resort
  • Design Team: Wang Shuo,Zhang Jing, Cao Shibiao, Lan Tian,Wu Yaping,Zhao Yu
  • Lighting Consultant: Han Xiaowei
  • Area: 10, 000 sqm
  • Date: Design 2014/12;Complete 2015/12
  • Status: Construction Complete


Student Residence in Aveiro, Portugal by Adalberto Dias, Arquitecto Lda.

Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

Article source: Adalberto Dias, Arquitecto Lda. 

It is located in the expansion area of the University of Aveiro, in Agra do Crasto, a territory of salines, with an open orthogonal grid, in which preference in the urban rule and the boundaries between built space and empty space and the network of relationships that the system provides, wich in built system.

Image Courtesy © FG + SG Fotografia de Arquitectura

  • Architects: Adalberto Dias, Arquitecto Lda.
  • Project: Student Residence
  • Location: Agra do Castro, University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
  • Photography: FG + SG Fotografia de Arquitectura
  • Client: University of Aveiro
  • Authors: Adalberto Dias
  • Team: Ana Costa, Armênio Teixeira, Ana Claudia Monteiro, Nuno Rocha
  • Structures: António Dinis
  • Electricity and Telecommunications: Jorge Malta
  • Water and Sanitation: José Ramos
  • Builder: Casais, SA
  • Total built area (m2): 6045 m2
  • Year of completion: 2011


UNPLAN Kagurazaka in Tokyo, Japan by AIDA ATELIER, Inc.

Thursday, November 10th, 2016

Article source: AIDA ATELIER, Inc. 

UNPLAN Kagurazaka is a newly opened hostel in central Tokyo, built to accommodate various guests such as international backpackers and domestic business travellers. The hostel houses 78 bunker styled beds and three fully enclosed rooms along with an open lounge and other supporting functions.

Image Courtesy © Tatsuya Noaki

Image Courtesy © Tatsuya Noaki

  • Architects: AIDA ATELIER, Inc. (Tomoro Aida)
  • Project: UNPLAN Kagurazaka
  • Location: Tokyo, Japan
  • Photography: Tatsuya Noaki
  • Client: FIKA
  • Construction:
  • Interior: Benefit Line
  • Bunk beds: Aoki Kagu Atelier
  • MEP Engineer: RS Setsubi Kikaku
  • Lighting Design: Izumi Okayasu Lighting Design
  • Textile Design: Yoko Ando Design
  • Sign Graphic: INSENSE
  • Plants: Kojien
  • Site Area: 359.78m2
  • Building Area: 202.65m2
  • Total Floor Area: 570.57m2(F1: 199.50m2 / F2: 199.50m2 / F3: 171.57m2)
  • Terrace Area: 137.50m2 (F1: 11.92m2 / F3: 27.93m2 / Roof: 97.65m2)


COO: Singapore’s first Sociatel by Ministry of Design

Sunday, October 23rd, 2016

Article source: Ministry of Design

Client’s Design Brief

“The inspiration behind COO is the emergence of millennial travellers who are willing to take the road less travelled. To them, travelling is no longer a leisure pursuit alone, but an opportunity to gain local insights and garner authentic experiences. We want COO to be a home-grown brand with a regional reach and grounded with Asian sensibilities….” says Silas Lee, Founder of COO.

Image Courtesy © Edward Hendricks (CI&A Photography)

Image Courtesy © Edward Hendricks (CI&A Photography)

  • Architects: Ministry of Design (Colin Seah, Patricia Segado, Richard Herman, Norberto Olegario, Rais Rahman, Sandra Goh, Angie Ng, Madeline Lim, Anna Langier)
  • Project: COO: Singapore’s first Sociatel
  • Location: 259 Outram Rd, Singapore 169056
  • Photography: Edward Hendricks (CI&A Photography)
  • Software used: Sketches, Sketch up, Auto cad and Photoshop
  • Client / Owner: Flying Potato Group Pte. Ltd.
  • Main Contractor: Alric
  • Land area: 188 sqm
  • Built in GFA: Total GFA: 752 sqm


Modular Student Accommodation in Lewisham, Oregon by Weston Williamson+Partners

Friday, October 21st, 2016

Article source: Weston Williamson+Partners 

Chapter Lewisham, a distinctive ‘boutique’ concept of student accommodation, part of Lewisham Council’s town centre regeneration plan, opened its doors to students late last week.

Weston Williamson+Partners, working with building contractor Tide, used the latest technologies in prefabricated module building, by Vision Modular Designs, to deliver one of the largest and most creative modern student accommodations to date.

Image Courtesy © Nick Guttridge

Image Courtesy © Nick Guttridge

  • Architects: Weston Williamson+Partners
  • Project: Modular Student Accommodation
  • Location: Lewisham, Oregon, USA
  • Photography: Nick Guttridge


Papa’s hostel in Zhejiang Province, China by He Wei Studio/3andwich design

Friday, September 16th, 2016

Article source: Sunshine PR

The project is located in Pingtian village, Sidu Township, Songyang County, Lishui city, Zhejiang Province. The original building was an ordinary rammed earth dwelling with two floors in civil structure, covering a total of 270 square meters. People generally call the place “Papa’s Home” since it belonged to the owner, the elderly Jiang Binlong. The goal of design is to renovate it into a place with new functions and spaces. We decided to put papa’s home with a young face — transforming it into a youth hostel with international standard after discussions with the owners and the local government.

The ground floor provides the young people with communication space, Image Courtesy © He Wei, Chen Long

The ground floor provides the young people with communication space, Image Courtesy © He Wei, Chen Long

  • Architects: He Wei Studio/3andwich design (He Wei)
  • Project: Papa’s hostel
  • Location: Pingtian Village, Sidu Township,Songyang County, Lishui City, Zhejiang Province, China
  • Photography: He Wei, Chen Long
  • Client: Jiang Bin-Long (a local villager from Pingtian village)
  • Architectural design team: Chen Long, Li Qiang, Chen Huang-Jie, Cheuk Chun-Yung
  • Architectural design company: He Wei Studio/3andwich design
  • Lighting design team: Zhang Xin, Han Xiao-Wei, ZhouXuan-Yu
  • Cost of Construction: RMB 200, 000
  • Area: 270 square meters
  • Design year: 2014 – 2015
  • Completion time: 2015.09


Humble Hostel in Beijing, China by CAO PU STUDIO

Sunday, August 7th, 2016

Article source: CAO PU STUDIO

Nowadays in Beijing’s hutong, most of the courtyards properties are divided up into mix occupants instead of one big family. Everyone is trying to occupy more space, thus the shared communal space in the middle has shrink down to one walking aisle. The yard was already taken up by small constructions built by the neighbors, bicycle parking and piles of junk, leaving a tiny space barely to walk through. This is a very common situation of the living environment in Beijing’s Hutong yard.

Image Courtesy © Cao Youtao

Image Courtesy © Cao Youtao

  • Architects: CAO PU STUDIO
  • Project: Humble Hostel
  • Location: Dashilar, Beijing, China
  • Photography: Cao Youtao


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