Archive for the ‘Housing Development’ Category
Friday, June 24th, 2016
Article source: gabriel verd arquitectos
The project was built in an area of residential expansion in the outer suburb of Seville, in the south of Spain.
The small size of the plot and the high housing density that was required suggested a court-type solution. The patio played a key role as an area for social interaction and made it possible to achieve the objective of giving the 46 apartments (2 or 3 bedrooms) two prospects – on the inner courtyard and on the street.
Image Courtesy © Roland Halbe
- Architects: gabriel verd arquitectos
- Project: 46 SOCIAL DWELLINGS FOR RENT AND STORES
- Location: Avenida de las Civilizaciones, Mairena del Aljarafe, Seville, Spain
- Photography: Roland Halbe
- Project and construction manager: Gabriel Verd, Simone Solinas
- Structures: Santiago Bermejo
- Technical Architect: Eduardo Vázquez López
- Collaborators: Federico Farina, Ronit Shmaryahu
- Modell: Julia Cartaxo Andrade e Silva
- Promoter: SODEFESA (Sociedad para el Desarrollo Económico y Fomento del Empleo del Ayuntamiento de Mairena del Aljarafe)
- Cost: 3.853.040 €
- Built Surface : 6.738 m²
- Competition: 2006
- Project: 2008
- Realisation: 2009-2011
Thursday, June 23rd, 2016
Article source: in situ studio
The Ten at South Person was designed for a vacant site in downtown Raleigh. The project is a new housing format for Raleigh – modern, affordable, and possessing row house DNA. The design maximizes square footage at low cost, builds from defining characteristics of a surrounding historic district, and creates a healthy streetscape via stoops and the play of materials and relief on the street facade. The units sold in only six days at a price that was the least expensive per-square-foot housing offered in downtown in years. Despite its modern form, the complex is nestled comfortably within the neighborhood.
Image Courtesy © Richard Leo Johnson / Atlantic Archives
- Architects: in situ studio
- Project: The Ten at South Person
- Location: Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
- Photography: Richard Leo Johnson / Atlantic Archives
- Area: ten 1,450 sf units
- Year: 2015
Thursday, June 16th, 2016
Article source: Mariano Molina and Sergio Carrillo
The project is located at a small village in the North area of the municipality of Lorca (Murcia), inhabited by some 150 people, and belongs to a plan developed by the city council to promote the permanence of young people at their hometowns. Designing a project with this purpose made us think, in the first place, about the idea of belonging to a roughly defined group- in this particular case the young people from Las Terreras- but expressing, in the second place, the individuality of each of its members.
Image Courtesy © Mariano Molina and Sergio Carrillo
- Architects: Mariano Molina and Sergio Carrillo
- Project: 9 Subsidized Row Houses
- Location: Calle Victoria, s/n. Las Terreras. Lorca – Murcia, Spain
- Software used: Dibac as CAD software, CYPE
- Client: Suelo Y Vivienda De Lorca, S.A.
- Quantity surveying: Encarni Martínez García
- Construction supervisors: Encarni Martínez García y Juan Carlos Pérez Laserna
- Housing: Obras y Servicios Técnicos de Levante, S.A.
- Urbanization: Silvestre Úbeda Ruiz
- Built area:
- Housing: 1090,91 m2
- Urbanization: 1422,61 m2
- Housing: 878350,80 euros
- Urbanization: 350000 euros
- Project year:
- Housing: 2004-2006
- Urbanization: 2006
- Completion date:
- Housing: July 2008
- Urbanization: May 2009
Thursday, June 16th, 2016
Article source: YDS Architects
This is a housing complex built in a beautiful greenery site next to Shakujii park.
Shakujii park is very large and famous park in Tokyo.
The main concept is to take in the beautiful nature around the site.
Image Courtesy © YDS Architects
- Architects: YDS Architects
- Project: Void in forest
- Location: Tokyo, Japan
Wednesday, June 15th, 2016
Article source: Groosman
Stripped of its original defensive function, a unique living environment has been created on the characteristic Schiereiland. Groosman has designed the new buildings to reference the old industrial structures, so that the character of the imposing island is maintained, impressions of the past are re-experienced and a unique living environment, in which a Woerdenaar can identify with, is created.
Image Courtesy © Groosman
- Architects: Groosman
- Project: Defensie eiland
- Location: Woerden, Netherlands
Thursday, June 9th, 2016
Article source: Antonini Darmon architectes urbanistes
The project is located on a long, narrow strip of land partially occupied by a five-story building, in the traditionally working-class Belleville district of Paris. A significant piece of the neighborhood’s heritage and the site’s unifying building, it has been rehabilitated and its base hollowed out to allow passage.
Image Courtesy © Julien Lanoo & Luc Boegly
- Architects: Antonini Darmon architectes urbanistes
- Project: 33 new and rehabilitated housing units
- Location: Paris, France
- Photography: Julien Lanoo & Luc Boegly
- Client: SIEMP
- Conception: Claire Archimbaud
- Worksite: Daliana Vasilache & Francesca Pesce Construction
- Company: CBM Batiment
- Contractor: Antonini-Darmon
- Materials: steel frames and stucco
- Cost: 4,7 M € HT
- Surface: 2700 sqm
- Completed: 2014
Thursday, June 2nd, 2016
Article source: Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects have submitted a planning application for an exciting residential project for Bellway Homes in Surrey.
The proposed development on Wey Corner to the north of Guildford town centre will replace an industrial unit to provide 56 high quality new homes across a 0.38 ha site. Nineteen homes will be affordable apartments with thirty seven provided for open market sale.
Image Courtesy © Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
- Architects: Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
- Project: New Riverside Residential scheme
- Location: Guildford, England, UK
- Software used: AutoCAD, Sketchup, Photoshop
Tuesday, May 31st, 2016
Article source: Tectoniques Architectes
The Tectoniques agency has extensive experience in building housing in eco-neighbourhoods, with a committed and ambitious environmental approach, using a specific construction protocol based on dry construction mainly using prefabricated wood components. The Rive de Gier project takes this basic approach to new heights.
Image Courtesy © Tectoniques Architectes
- Architects: Tectoniques Architectes
- Project: 60 social housing apartments
- Location: Rive-de-Gier, France
- Client: Immobilière Rhône-Alpes (groupe 3F)
- Design and Engineering:
- Fluids Engineering: Tectoniques Ingénieurs
- Environmental Engineering: ARCOBA
- Main contractor for construction: OSSABOIS
- Project Management: VOXOA
- Building control: VERITAS
- Health and Safety Coordination: ALPES CONTROLES
- Budget: less than €1,500 ex. VAT per m2 of net floor area, including communal areas and green space
- Total net floor area: 4,160 m2
- Year delivered: 2016
Thursday, May 26th, 2016
Article source: Atelier Gemaile Rechak
Residing in the Belleville district of Paris since 2006, Gemaile Rechak, a qualified architect, delivered his first project in 2010: the preschool Le Chat Perché in Breteuil. He was consequently nominated for the Prix de la Première Œuvre (First Work Prize) 2010 and won the Major Jury Prize of the Trophées Batiactu (Batiactu Trophies) in 2011.
Image Courtesy © Milene Servelle
- Architects: Atelier Gemaile Rechak
- Project: 16 social housing units
- Location: Avenue Gabriel Péri in Bezons (95), France
- Photography: Milene Servelle
- Budget for works: €2.38 M VAT excluded
- Floor Area: 1250 M2
- Delivery: 2016
Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
Article source: Sauquet Arquitectes, Slp
The first thing we did was to think about the people, about the future inhabitants. The building had to have more than one hundred rental houses with one or two bedrooms for the elderly.
We thought about how the elderly would contribute to the building’s characteristics. The key was to imagine how they would live in it. We could see them taking care of plants in ceramic pots, and how all these plants would hang down from the windows and railings like a green cascade. We could also see them sitting in the sun, enjoying the views and gathering together for a chat, talking to each other across the balconies… This is how we got the idea of having large south-facing terraces looking out onto the landscape. Moreover, having the terraces staggered –in a cascade, – would allow us to give a terrace to the highest number of homes.
Image Courtesy © Sauquet Arquitectes, Slp