Archive for the ‘Market’ Category
Wednesday, March 8th, 2017
Article source: MDW ARCHITECTURE
Programmes of this type are notorious for producing mundane buildings – devoid of interest at best, and often outright urbicide. Our vision goes beyond the mere cosmetic upgrade of the decorated shed, asking: How can the designers of a supermarket quietly succeed in weaving part of the urban fabric?
Image Courtesy © Séverin Malaud
- Architects: MDW ARCHITECTURE & H+G ARCHITECTS
- Project: Quai de Rome
- Location: Liège, Belgium
- Photography: Séverin Malaud
- Client: Delhaize Group
- Team: (MDW) Marie Moignot, Xavier De Wil, Ludovic Raquet, Gilles Debrun, Jérôme Elleboudt, Kristof Van Den Berghe, Yvan Breithof, Thomas Gillet,; (H+G) Charles Herfurth, Guillaume De Ghellinck, Henry Lebrun, François Denayer, Tanguy van Cutsem, Marie-Eve Delfosse
- Mechanical Engineer: DTS
- Structural Engineer: SETESCO
- Contractor: BCDG (Temporary association BERNARD CONSTRUCTION – DONNAY-GOFFIN – CORDEEL)
- Surface: 3.500m²
- Dates: Conception 2009 – completed Septembre 2015
Saturday, February 25th, 2017
Article source: IGLO Architects
Anatolia Tiles is a Canadian Company who imports ceramic tiles they got produced in Europe and Turkey and sell them in Canadian market. Recently they decided to sell their products in the U.S. market as well, especially in southern part of U.S.A. As a result of their strategic plans they decided to build a logistic center in Aliaga -Izmir/TURKEY as direct sea transport from south of Turkey to Southern U.S.A came out to be much cheaper than TIR transport.
The company has 10 similar logistic buildings in Canada, thus they are used to working with architects and they were in the expectation of a similar design approach in their new building as in their existing buildings.
Image Courtesy © IGLO Architects
- Architects: IGLO Architects
- Project: Anatolia Tiles
- Location: Izmir, Turkey
- Client: Anatolia Tile & Stone Inc.
- Team: Zafer KAROGLU, Yildirim GIGI, Zeycan Gokce ABAY, Dilara BOZKALE, Ayse PEK, Pinar KOMURCU
- Project Area: 6250 sqm
- Project Start Date: January 2016
- Project Completion Date: October 2017
- Construction Date: Ongoing
Friday, January 20th, 2017
Article source: Arhitektura Krušec
The town market is situated in the heart of the city. Ever since it was formed, in the middle of the previous century, the market has represented the centre of urban activity in the city.
In contrast to the old market, the new development is designed as an extrovert urban area, a kind of covered city square which is inextricably linked to the surrounding urban space.
Image Courtesy © Miran Kambič
- Architects: Arhitektura Krušec
- Project: New market
- Location: Celje, Slovenia
- Photography: Miran Kambič
- Client: Municipality of Celje and CMC Celje
- Authors: Lena Krušec, Tomaž Krušec and Vid Kurinčič
- Colaborators: Tina Mikulič, Vanja Milosavljevič, Jurij Nemec, Matej Nolda, Jan Šavli and Miha Žargi
- Competition: 2006 (1. Prize)
- Construction: 2009
Saturday, September 24th, 2016
Article source: Picharchitects
The building is located in a dense urban area with a poor road infrastructure and practically no open spaces. The old market was demolished, as its structure was completely obsolete. The new Multifunctional Building has the aim of re-using the place in a more intensive way.
Image Courtesy © Simón García
- Architects: Picharchitects
- Project: FONDO
- Location: Santa Coloma De Gramenet, Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Simón García
Thursday, July 14th, 2016
Article source: Architecture Patrick Mauger
Renovation of the Secrétan Covered Market: renaissance of a local lifestyle.
Almost emptied of its shops and walled up, the Secrétan covered market had become an increasingly foreign object in the district.
Image Courtesy © Architecture Patrick Mauger
Saturday, April 16th, 2016
Article source: NMD NOMADAS
De Candido Express supermarket stands in Bella Vista Avenue, one of the most commercial of Maracaibo (2,2Mhab); the attributes of the brand De Candido such as simplicity, softness firmly versatility to changing contexts and continuity, was also attributed to the building.
Image Courtesy © Luis Ontiveros
- Architects: NMD NOMADAS
- Project: De Candido Express Supermarket
- Location: Calle 73 entre Avenida Bella Vista y Avenida Santa Rita, Maracaibo, Venezuela
- Photography: Luis Ontiveros
- Design Directors: Farid Chacón, Francisco Mustieles, Janeth Boza, Claudia Urdaneta
- Project Leader: Vanessa Rincón
- Design Team: Nicole De Candido
- Landscape Architecture Adviser: Astrid Petzold
- Engineering: Innova
- Construction: VASAFE, CA. Ing. Andrés Nanino
- Graphic Design: Poroto Estudio: Alberto Sulbarán, Jason Villa
- Construction Area: 12916 sqft
- Project Year: 2012
- Construction Year: 2012-2013
Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
Article source: dpai architecture inc + RDH Architects
The renovation of the Hamilton Public Library and Farmer’s Market was conceived as a design-driven opportunity to spur sustained urban renewal. A 96-meter long, continuous glass vestibule with LED lighting re-establishes the building’s relationship to York Street, while the interior executions are geared around elevating the library’s functionality to modern European standards. An emphasis on transparent materials facilitates a conversation between the library and adjacent market, which received a series of service upgrades.
Image Courtesy © Tom Arban & Jeff Tessier
- Architects: dpai architecture inc + RDH Architects
- Project: Hamilton Public Library & Hamilton Farmers Market
- Location: 55 York Boulevard, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
- Photography: Tom Arban & Jeff Tessier
- Client: City of Hamilton
- Structural Engineer: Group Eight Engineering Ltd.
- Mechanical / Electrical Engineering: Group Eight Engineering Ltd.
- Contractor: Kemp Construction
- Budget: $14 Million
- Status: Complete
- 2014 International Architecture Award – The Chicago Athenaeum of Architecture and Design
- 2012 Best Institutional Interior – Canadian Interiors Magazine “Best in Canada” 2012 Ontario Library Association Award of Excellence
- 2012 Ontario Association of Architects Award of Excellence
Friday, December 18th, 2015
Article source: Comas-Pont arquitectes
The new fresh products market is a Mediterranean building: the sales area is a large open space with the light as a protagonist, a controlled light filtered through a wooden slats system of the facades and inner skin panels and slats of wood shavings.
Image Courtesy © Jordi Comas / Pere Tordera
- Architects: Comas-Pont arquitectes
- Project: Municipal Market
- Location: Manlleu, Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Jordi Comas / Pere Tordera
- Designer: Comas-Pont arquitectes slp
- Client: Institut de desenvolupament de l’Erm
- Completion date: 2011
- Site area: 1689,19 m²
- Construction area: 2187 m²
Tuesday, December 8th, 2015
Article source: Liong Lie Architects
De Bazaar is the biggest indoor market of Europe. It was built 35 years ago and 2 million people visit De Bazaar every year. The market size is 75000 m² and consists of 700 shops, 300 market stalls and vendors with 50 different nationalities. De Bazaar has a variety of market areas, ranging from the Eastern market to the Black market.
Image Courtesy © Hannah Anthonysz
- Architects: Liong Lie Architects
- Project: De Bazaar Mihrab
- Location: Buitenlanden, Beverwijk, The Netherlands
- Photography: Hannah Anthonysz
- Client: De Bazaar, Beverwijk
- Design team: Liong Lie, Roeland de Jong, Martijn Huits, Michael Schuurmantogether with Leaders, against Routine – leadersagainstroutine.nl
- Contractor: Vios Bouwgroep BV
- Program: Shopping location in Hal 30 of De Bazaar with food- and non-food shops
- Total amount of shops: 43
- Total area: 1650
- Time span: 8 Months, including design phase
- Built: 2014
Tuesday, December 1st, 2015
Article source: Corde Architetti Associati
The risk one may run in adding a new commercial building in the centre of a small village is to subvert balances and prevail on the existing. This is intended to be a different kind of approach compared with the usual box-shaped shopping centre: an aggregation of volumes with different heights and rough concrete panelling attempts to confront with the old urban pattern. The massive presence of vegetation, both trees and climbers, is the unpredictable element guided by time and seasons as a moment of mediation.
supermarket volume, Image Courtesy © Alessandro Ruzzier
- Architects: Corde Architetti Associati
- Project: COOP Supermarket
- Location: Porcia, Pordenone, Italy
- Photography: Alessandro Ruzzier