Archive for the ‘Master Plan’ Category
Sunday, May 12th, 2013
Article source: Baer, Shifman-Nathan Architects
The new Master Plan for the Ben-Gurion Campus 101-0661176, clearly marks a conceptual shift which is intended to gradually transform Rupin Road into the main axis of the Government Compound of Giv’at Ram. This new vision radically transforms the approach of scattering architectural landmark buildings within a large urban “park”, so as to create a vibrant urban fabric.
Image courtesy Baer, Shifman-Nathan Architects
- Architects: Baer, Shifman-Nathan Architects
- Project: The National Library
- Location: Jerusalem, Israel
- Photography: Baer, Shifman-Nathan Architects
- Area: 45,000 m2
- Client: The National Library
- Software used: AutoCAD and 3dS Max
Tuesday, July 31st, 2012
Article source: Arata Isozaki y Asociados Espana
DISTRITO 38 is an office-park project of 70,000 square meters developed on a 35,000 square meter lot, which is to be built in three phases according to a master plan produced in collaboration with FOA. The area can be found at the foot of Montjuic hill, to the west of Barcelona, in a zone abounding in office projects currently under development, thus converting the area into an important tertiary centre located close to the airport and the seaport.
Image Courtesy Filippo Poli
Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
Article source: Holm Architecture Office
The Dongjiang Master Plan site is situated within the Binhai area, 60 kilometers outside of the city of Tianjin in Northern China on a newly developed section of the coastline. The plan includes 280,000 square meters of residential development, with 40,000 square meters of mixed-use office, retail, and public space.
- Architects: Holm Architecture Office
- Project: Dongjiang Harbor Master Plan
- Location: Tianjin, Binhai, China
- Program: Residential, Office, Commercial and Landscape.
- Type: Invited Competition.
- Size: 280.000 M2 residential, 40.000 M2 Mixed Use Office & Retail.
- Client: Confidential.
- Team: HAO/Holm Architecture Office and Archiland Beijing.
Friday, May 25th, 2012
Article source: UNStudio
As with many cities in China, Hangzhou is undergoing rapid urban change. Whilst the city centre has been beautifully developed around the West Lake area, opportunities for industry and commerce have shifted the city’s expansion towards the riverfront area in the South and towards the East, where the Hangzhou New District is located.
Day aerial view
- Architects: UNStudio
- Project: Master plan Hangzhou New District
- Location: Hanghzou East, Hanghzou, China
- Client: Hangzhou Railway Investment Co., Ltd.
- Building surface: 1,741,000 m2
- Building site: 367600 m2
- Programme: Masterplan
- Status: Competition
- UNStudio Team: Ben van Berkel, Caroline Bos, Gerard Lozekootand Filippo Lodi, Marcin Koltunskiand Jae Young Lee, Colette Perras, Valerie Tam, Zhuang Zahng, Lingxiao Zhang, Ramon van der Heijden, Ren Yee, Bartek Winniki, Tomas Mork
Thursday, May 10th, 2012
Article source: HAO / Holm Architecture
In addition to its famous Tsingtao beer, the city of Qingdao has long been a key tourist and film-production destination in northern China.
A rich mix of historic buildings makes it a sought after movie shoot location while its proximity to some of the best beaches in northern China attracts millions of tourists every year and helped its successful bid to host the Olympic Sailing competitions in 2008.
- Architects: HAO / Holm Architecture & Archiland Beijing
- Project: Qingdao Master Plan
- Location: Qingdao, China
- Program: Movie Studios & Theaters, Office, Residential, Commercial, and Museum.
- Type: Invited Competition.
- Size: 7.500.000 SF / 689.000 m2.
- Client: Withheld.
- Collaborators: Archiland Beijing, Krag & Berglund, Cowi Beijing.
- Location: Qingdao, China.
- Status: Ongoing.
- HAO / Holm Architecture Office Team: Jens Holm
- Archiland Team: Morten Holm, Tian Kun, Chen Pu, Adam Chapulski, Camilla Bundgaard, Yuxiaomin, Liulingling.
- Kragh & Berglund Team: Jonas Berglung, Hans Kragh, Cowi Beijing
- Software used: AutoCAD, sketchup and Rhino and the Adobe package (photoshop and Illustrator)
Wednesday, May 9th, 2012
Article source: Grupo De Diseno Urbano
PROBIOMED is a special enterprise in Mexico geared to research, development and production of biomedical products, such as vaccines and pharmaceutical components for medicine. Located in the small town of Tenancingo in the State of Mexico (150 km. southwest of Mexico City), it has been developing a high technology campus for biomedical research and development. The first component in the campus is their own plant, which has been expanding and modernizing through a planned process.
Exterior View - Photo by Francisco Gómez Sosa
- Architect: Mario Schjetnan
- Name of Project: ProBioMed, Campus For Biotechnology Plant And Research
- Location: Tenancingo, State of Mexico, Mexico
- Client: PROBIOMED S.A. de C.V
- Area: 12 Ha.
- Type: Master Plan, Architecture and Landscape Architecture
- Team: Mario Schjetnan/Grupo de Diseño UrbanoMario Schjetnan; Marco Arturo González; Colectivo MxAntonio Plá Pérez; Tania Hernández Salazar; Fátima Chavarría
- Structural Design: Grupo SAI, Gerson Huerta
- PROBIOMED facilities coordinator: Edgardo Martínez
- Construction: CEPPELI; César Pérez Elizalde
- Photographer: Francisco Gómez Sosa
- Software used: Autocad LT
Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012
Article source: UNStudio + EE&K
UNStudio and EE&K a Perkins Eastman company, and Jacobs Engineering have submitted a proposal for a scope of work to develop a Master Plan of Los Angeles Union Station.
Ben van Berkel of UNStudio, along with Jonathan Cohn of EE&K, presented their ‘Vision Board’ – a conceptual rendering in the year 2050, showing Los Angeles Union Station as a multi-modal transit hub with a mix of uses, new development and outdoor spaces. The intent of the Vision Board was to explore visionary possibilities for Union Station and surrounding areas. The vision submitted does not portray the final design issues that will be examined in the Master Plan, however it does show a hint of the possibilities for the city and the regional transit hub of the future.
- Architect: UNStudio + EE&K
- Name of Project: Los Angeles Union Station Master Plan
- Location: 800 North Alameda Street, Los Angeles, California
- Client: Metro
- Building surface: n/a
- Building volume: n/a
- Building site: 40 hectares
Wednesday, April 25th, 2012
Article source: Klingmann Architects + Brand Consultants
KABC developed a holistic 21st century community in Cairo, in close proximity to one of the most ancient wonders of the world, the Pyramids of Giza. It is a community inspired by the land of Egypt, where quality of life is maximized within a serene natural environment. This project combines the convenience of cultivated living, sophisticated boutique retail, innovative class A office spaces, and enjoyable entertainment with a spectacular connective pedestrian network of undulating foot trails, lively squares, and peaceful waterscapes. A sequence of communities, in the form of small oases offer visual difference and active engagement. The differently styled communities offer contrasting experiences—both in program and in appearance. This means that each resident can select a different atmosphere, conducive to his or her lifestyle. The result is an economically viable development that creates a sense of comfort, peace, and enjoyment for the global citizen of tomorrow.
a connective pedestrian network of lively squares and peaceful waterscapes
Thursday, April 19th, 2012
Article source: Frohlocke
The site “Österreichischer Platz“ is situated on the edge of Stuttgart’s city center.
Its function has not changed a bit in the last 40 years, it is surrounded by and isolated through highways, it is used as a parking lot and also as a meeting point for dubious people. The people have almost forgotten about it somehow after being in a bad state for years. But now the rhythm as well as the character of the surrounding highway will be interrupted by 55 piled-up sea containers
- Architects: Frohlocke
- Project: Lotto-Turm
- Location: Stuttgart, Germany
- Project Architect: Lars Behrendt
Saturday, April 14th, 2012
Article source: Daniel Libeskind
After 9/11, there were several years of public debate, as New Yorkers worked to figure out how best to rebuild the World Trade Center site. It was necessary to take some time to develop a plan that reconciled the various constituencies’ individual goals. In August 2002 The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation (LMDC) announced a competition for a master plan. Studio Daniel Libeskind design was selected in February 2003.
Image Courtesy Silverstein Properties
- Architects: Daniel Libeskind
- Project: Ground Zero Master Plan
- Location: New York
- Client: The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey; The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation