Archive for the ‘Music Centre’ Category
Tuesday, July 25th, 2017
Article source: Studio PLP Co., Ltd.
Creative adaptations, a beautiful mess and plenty of great fun are the playful combination reflected in this building, designed by Studio PLP Co., Ltd.
SOI 16 is a pub and music venue in the famous night life street known as Walking Street in Pattaya, Thailand. Influenced by the essence of Thai architectural design, triple- gables are used as the main structure of the building, along with clay roof tiles lining the front gable. The check and stripy façade, borrowed from the pattern of the Pa Kao Ma (traditional Thai sarong), plays well with the mess of electricity wires in front of the site.
Image Courtesy © W Workspace
- Architects: Studio PLP Co., Ltd.
- Project: SOI 16
- Location: Walking Street, Pattaya, Thailand
- Photography: W Workspace
- Construction: CH.RUNGSANG CONSTRUCTION CO.,LTD.
- Light & Acoustic Engineer: Kobboon Hansen
- Area: 850 m2
- Project Year: 2017
Wednesday, July 19th, 2017
Article source: WSDG-Walters Storyk Design Group
55TEC Recording Studios represents a new level of production sophistication for China. A significant investment in world-class design and top-flight technology, the studio was created by WSDG – Walters-Storyk Design Group, leading acousticians, studio and systems designers. Studio owner and Golden Melody Award-winning recording engineer, Li You joined forces with Wu Yongheng, (AKA Bei Bei, China’s top drummer and, record producer), and with leading pro audio exec. Lizzy Zhou, to address China’s rapidly expanding desire for pop and rock music.
Image Courtesy © Mills Xu
Wednesday, June 21st, 2017
Article source: Mario Cucinella Architects Srl
The House of Music of Pieve di Cento was born out of the desire to create structures and spaces suitable for two programs: concert promotion and musical teaching in the municipality: the Music Society of Pieve and a Middle School with musical emphasis.
Image Courtesy © Mario Cucinella Architects Srl
- Architects: Mario Cucinella Architects Srl
- Project: Casa della Musica
- Location: Pieve di Cento, Bologna, Italy
- Area: 500 Sq. M
- Project Team: Federico La Piccirella (project manager), Arianna Balboni, Francesco Galli, Valentino Gareri, Mirco Bianchini, Clelia Zappalà
- Project coordination: Mario Cucinella, Marco Dell’Agli
- Mechanical Design: Ing. Riccardo Giannoni
- Mechanical: Ing. Danilo Facchini
Thursday, May 4th, 2017
Article source: v2com
This Contemporary Music Centre (SMAC) is a musical complex consisting of two auditoriums of very different kinds and recording studios, linked by a public space called the deck, running from one side of the building to the other. It is designed on the principle that, instead of being mere consumers of entertainment, people can construct their own evening by moving from one place to the other.
Image Courtesy © André Morin
- Architects: Hérault Arnod architectes
- Project: Modern Music Centre
- Location: Évreux, France
- Photography: André Morin
- Client: Évreux municipality
- Project Manager: Camille Bérar
- Fluids: Inex
- Structure: Batiserf
- Economist: Michel Forgue
Thursday, March 16th, 2017
Article source: MAYU architects+
Beigang Township is the epicenter for the Taiwanese worshipping of Mazu, a Chinese sea goddess. Therefore, the Beigang Chao-Tien Temple for Mazu and its surrounding form a core area with local historic significance. However, Beigang as well as other cities in the western plain of Taiwan faces the same suburban sprawl, exacerbated by disorderly building development resulting from the lack of a cohesive planning guidance. The project site itself is located at the northwestern corner of the 90-years-old Bei-Chen Elementary School campus, sitting right on the axis of the sprawling expansion.
Image Courtesy © Shawn Liu Studio
- Architects: MAYU architects+ (Malone Chang, Yu-lin Chen)
- Project: Beigang Cultural Center
- Location: Yunlin, Taiwan
- Photography: Shawn Liu Studio
- Client: Yunlin County Government
- Project Team: Malone Chang, Yu-lin Chen (Architects), Ya-yun Wang, Pin-min Huang (SD, DD, CD), Shi-hong Yao (CA)
- Structural Engineer: Li-Yen Wang Structural Engineers Associates
- Structure: Reinforced Concrete
- Finish (Exterior): Stucco, Granite, Low-E Glass
- Finish (Interior): Oak veneer wall and ceiling panel, Oak floor, paint, Tiles, Linoleum Flooring
- Site Area: 7652 m2
- Building Area: 2053 m2
- Total Floor Area: 2918 m2
- Competition: 05/2012
- Construction Start: 02/2014
- Completion: 02/2015
Wednesday, March 8th, 2017
Article source: PERIPHERIQUES MARIN+TROTTIN ARCHITECTES
Building a cultural center in Beaumont-Hague, in Cotentin, means to integrate an architectural project that takes benefits from the landscape qualities of this piece of peninsula. On the shore, sunken roads are planted of wooded hedges that protects from the wind, and becomes vegetal vaults to filter the light over time. These landscape elements are secular forms from the site culture but also inspiring spaces that can be employed for the design.
Image Courtesy © Sergio Grazia
- Architects: PERIPHERIQUES MARIN+TROTTIN ARCHITECTES
- Project: Cultural Center of La Hague
- Location: 8 rue des Tohagues 50 440 Beaumont-Hague France
- Photography: Sergio Grazia
- 3D pictures: L’Autre Image and Périphériques Architects
- Client: COMMUNAUTE DE COMMUNES DE LA HAGUE
- Project team: Charlotte Lefebvre With Anne Clerget, Emily Murphy, Alfredo Luvison, Camille Isaac-Dognin, Gabriele Motta, Anatole Jeannot, Kirsten Elliot, Thomas Dantec, Yann Peter, Alexandre Pascal, Mehrnoush Naraghi, Estelle Grange-Dubellé.
- Build team: Anne Clerget, Charlotte Lefebvre
- TCE, Economie, HQE : EGIS Centre Ouest (Caen)
- Acoustic: PEUTZ & Associés
- Scénography: LABEYRIE & Associés
- Area: 2560 m² shon (net floor area)
- Cost: 6,5 M € not including VAT
- Schedule :
- Competition: August 2010
- Studies: 2011
- Construction: Achievement Fall 2015
Tuesday, February 21st, 2017
Article source: Dominique Coulon & associés
This project has the ambition of becoming a new model for media libraries. The programme calls the functions of a media library into question, lending it the content of a ‘third place’ – a place where members of the public become actors in their own condition, a place for creation as well as reception. In association with the basic programme, the building includes areas for displays, creation, music studios, and a café-restaurant. To give meaning to this new programme, it seemed necessary to question the way in which a place of this kind is produced. The various activities in the programme blend into each other, creating a dynamic arrangement. The spatial principle is based on a non-hierarchical superposition of different systems.
Image Courtesy © Eugeni Pons
- Architects: Dominique Coulon & associés (Dominique Coulon, Steve Letho Duclos)
- Project: Media Library [Third-Place]
- Location: 1 place Malraux, 57100 Thionville, France
- Photography: Eugeni Pons and David Romero-Uzeda
- 3D Animation: Brooklyn Foundry
- Architects assistants: Gautier Duthoit
- Construction site supervision: Steve Letho Duclos
- Engineers and consultants:
- Structural Engineer: Batiserf Ingénierie
- Electrical Engineer: BET G.Jost
- Mechanical Plumbing Engineer: Solares Bauen
- Cost Estimator: E3 économie
- Acoustics: Euro sound project
- Landscape: Bruno Kubler
- Budget: 11 000 000€
Wednesday, February 15th, 2017
Article source: studio MODE
Live music club (1000 sq. m.), re-creation of midnight flight under a starry sky.
NIGHT FLIGHT is a live music club that spreads on 1000 sq. m. Our design was inspired by its name. We re-created the notion of a midnight walk/ flight under a starry sky. We situated the stage in the center of the space in order to achieve 360º contact with the audience. The seating is arranged in three tiers + one balcony. We created a boudoir for the VIP tier that overlooks the main hall.
Image Courtesy © Tihomir Rachev
- Architects: studio MODE
- Project: Night Flight
- Location: 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria, 20 Maria Luiza bul
- Photography: Tihomir Rachev
- Designer: Svetoslav Todorov
Sunday, February 5th, 2017
Article source: DW5/ Bernard Khoury
B018 is a music club, a place of nocturnal survival.
In the early months of 1998, the B018 moved to the “Quarantaine”, on a site that was better known for its macabre aura. The “Quarantaine” is located at the proximity of the port of Beirut. During the French protectorate, it was a place of quarantine for arriving crews. In the recent war it became the abode of Palestinian, Kurdish and South Lebanese refugees (20,000 in 1975). In January 1976, local militia men launched a radical attack that completely wiped out the area. The slums were demolished along with the kilometer long bordering wall that isolated the zone from the city. Over twenty years later, the scars of war are still perceptible through the disparity between the scarce urban fabric of the area and the densely populated neighborhoods located across the highway that borders the zone.
Image Courtesy © DW5/ Bernard Khoury
- Architects: DW5/ Bernard Khoury
- Project: B018
- Location: Beirut, Lebanon
- Photography: JON SHARD, ANNE FRANCOISE PELLISSIER and IEVA SAUDARGAITE
- Software used: Autocad
- Status: Built 1998
Friday, January 6th, 2017
Article source: Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt
The new two-storey, 410m2 building caters for around 100 young adults and houses two multi-purpose halls, music room and recording studio, café, a series of activity pods and break-out spaces as well as an outside recreation space. The £860,000 project is used by 11-19 year olds during weekday afternoons and evenings and is available to the wider community during the daytime and weekends.
Image Courtesy © Hufton+Crow
- Architects: Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt
- Project: The Point
- Location: Tadley, Hampshire, England
- Photography: Hufton+Crow
- Client: Tadley & District Community Association
- Structural engineer: KFR Consulting
- Quantity surveyor: APS Associates
- Main contractor: Francis Construction
- Hard landscaping: Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt
- Planting scheme: Place Design + Planning
- Highways: JPC Highway Consultants
- Ecology: Ecological Planning & Research Ltd
- Gross internal floor area: 410m2
- Funding for the building included: Tadley Town Council – £236,000; Public Works Loan – £150,000; Turbury Allotment Charity – £330,000; Greenham Common Trust – £70,800; Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council – £24,090; Local infrastructure Fund – £201,000.
- Total cost: £860,000
- Start on site date: April 2015
- Completion date: July 2016