Archive for the ‘Park’ Category
Tuesday, August 19th, 2014
Article source: AT103
Arena Teques purpose is to promote tourism, culture and sports in Morelos, Mexico.
In a 10 hectares area, a linear park is proposed to promote recycling and a sustainability culture. Prefabricated elements generate a multifunctional platform, favoring versatility with their module arrangement and quick installation, creating spaces where fairs, festivals, sports and cultural activities can be carried out.
Image Courtesy © AT103
- Architects: AT103
- Project: Arena Teques
- Location: Morelos, Mexico
- Photography: AT 103
- Project Architects: Julio Amezcua, Francisco Pardo in association with Alejandro Hernández, Juan Carlos Tello
- Project: 2012
- Construction: 2013
- M2: 102,500
- Constructor: Nat y Geo S.A. de C.V.
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014
Article source: Taylor Kurtz Archtitecture + Design Inc.
The design strategies developed for the site build on the significant natural attributes of the immediate context while addressing several significant problems and missed opportunities that existed within the park. The following design initiatives were developed to address these issues:
Image Courtesy © Ema Peter Photography
- Architects: Taylor Kurtz Archtitecture + Design Inc.
- Project: South Surrey Recreation and Arts Centre
- Location: Surrey, BC Canada
- Photography: Ema Peter Photography
- Software used: Revit
- Structural Engineer: WHM
- Landscape: PFS Studio
Image Courtesy © Ema Peter Photography
- Quantity Surveyor: James Bush and Associates
- Building Envelope: Halsall
- Land Surveyor: Butler Sundvick
- Floor Area: 2,124 sm (22,800sf)
- Construction Value: $7.0M
Tuesday, July 1st, 2014
Article source: Asymptote Architecture
Asymptote ( Hani Rashid and Lise Anne Couture ) has been commissioned to design a new cultural project on the outskirts of the Tuscan hill town of Peccioli Italy. Peccioli is a pre-renaissance hill town in the Province of Pisa, located about 50 kilometers southwest of Florence. The ‘Parco DegliAngeli’ (Park of Angels) Master Plan and architectural works by Asymptote include a collection of new buildings and parkland, a large covered 800-seat amphitheater and various interactive sculptural features.
Image Courtesy © Damjan Minovsky
- Architects: Asymptote Architecture
- Project: Parco DegliAngeli’ (Park of Angels)
- Location: Peccioli, Italy
- Photography: Damjan Minovsky, Asymptote Architecture
- Architect In Charge: Hani Rashid and Lise Anne Couture
- Project Director: Mo Zheng, Paul Mecomber. Rob Eleazor
- Project Team: Matt Slattery, Ivy Wang, Natalie Hein
- Local Architects: Heliopolis – ArchiettiAssociati Pisa Italy
- Structural Engineers: KnippersHelbig Advanced Engineering Stuttgart Germany
- Environmental Engineers: Transsolar Stuttgart Germany
- Renderings: DamjanMinovski, Vienna Austria.
Sunday, June 15th, 2014
Article source: Topiaris Landscape Architecture
The Tagus Linear Park combines two different typologies of spaces: A single multifunctional area named â€˜PRAIA DOS PESCADORESâ€™ (FISHERMENâ€™S BEACH), set by the riverside within a former sand deposit, and 6 km of PEDESTRIAN TRAILS associated with dirt roads, waterlines banks (streams and drainage ditches), which converge to Praia dos Pescadores, coming from urban and natural areas. The connection between the â€˜beachâ€™ and natural areas is made through a 700m long raised wooden path by which a Bird Observatory built from old pallets can be reached.
Image Courtesy © Joao Morgado
- Architects: Topiaris Landscape Architecture
- Project: Tagus Linear Park
- Location: Â PÃ³voa de Santa Iria, Portugal
- Photography: Joao Morgado
- Area: Â 15 ha
- Client: Â Municipality of Vila Franca de Xira
- Completion date: Â July 2013
- Landscape Architecture: Â Topiaris, landscape architecture
- Authors: Â Luis Ribeiro, Teresa BarÃ£o, Catarina Viana
- Design Team: Ana Lemos, Elsa Calhau, JoÃ£o Oliveira, Rita Salgado, Sara Coelho
- Architecture: Â Atelier Difusor de Arquitectura
- Author: Â Olavo Dias
- Design Team: Â Pedro Santos, SÃ©rgio Marques, AntÃ³nio Marciano
Wednesday, June 11th, 2014
Article source: Turenscape
Beginning in 2006, a new urban district, Qunli New Town, in the size of 2733 Hectares, was planned to be developed at the east outskirt of Haerbin City of North China. 32 million square meters of buildings will be constructed in 13-15 years. More than one third of a million population are expected to live here. While only about 16.4% of the developed land was zoned as permeable green space, the majority of the former flat plain will be covered with impermeable concrete. While the annual rainfall of this area is 567mm and concentrated in June through August (account for 60-70% of annual precipitation). Flood and water log were frequent in history for this area.
Image Courtesy © Turenscape
- Architects: Turenscape
- Project: The Transformed Stormwater Park: Qunli National Urban Wetland
- Location: Harbin City, China
- Project Size: 30 hectares
- Date of Design: June ,2009-Novemberr ,2009
- Date of Complete: 2010
- Owner/Client: The Municipal Government of Haerbin City
Saturday, May 31st, 2014
Article source: stpmj
By definition, an omnibus refers to a collection of stories made by a single narrator or several authors tied together by a single subject. It also pertains to a collection of objects at once. Along these lines, Omnibus City is a proposal that connects elements of downtown Salt Lake City that are already physically close, yet are experienced individually. Omnibus City strives to create a collection of experiences along three main corridors: Green, Culture (Main Street), and Retail. Acting as a catalyst of activity linking adjacent blocks to Main Street, these passageways are connected through a common design vocabulary of path, pattern, and phenomenon meant to permeate blocks 69 and 70 and guide visitors through its permutations.
Green Corridor / Children’s park, Image Courtesy © stpmj
- Architects: stpmj
- Project: OMNIBUS CITY
- Location: Saltlake City, U.S.A
- Project team: stpmj, Seung Teak Lee, Mi Jung Lim, Kyung Jae Yu, Young Whan Choi , Leah Park, Olivia Heung, Sam Weston, Suk Won Lee
- Dimension: 600′ x 1200′
- Budget: N/A
Tuesday, May 13th, 2014
Article source: William McDonough + Partners
Bosch Siemens Hausgeräte (B/S/H/) is home to five of the top brands in household appliances – Bosch, Siemens, Gaggenau, Neff and Constructa – in the first building completed at Park 20|20.
Designed as a flexible, innovative workplace, B/S/H/ includes a full-height atria with a Living Green Wall and Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) roof that maximizes energy and daylighting to showrooms that can be converted to offices as needed.
Image Courtesy © William McDonough + Partners
- Architects: William McDonough + Partners, (http://www.amazon.com/William-McDonough/e/B001KIKWHM)
- Project: B/S/H/ Inspiration House, Park 20|20
- Location: Hoofddorp, The Netherlands
- Software used: Autodesk – Revit® building design software for Building Information Modeling (BIM).
- Client: Delta Development Group
- Owner: Bosch Siemens HOME
- Program: Offices, product showrooms and Instructional spaces, restaurant, parking podium
- Area: 12,528 gross square meters
- Status: Completed 2011
- Construction: Cost $14.2 Euro
- Team: William McDonough + Partners, Masterplan Architect and Design Architect; KOW, Architect of Record; D/Dock Amsterdam, Interior Designer; Nelson Byrd Woltz, Landscape Architect; Techniplan Adviseurs BV, Civil and MEP Engineers; DGMR, Fire Engineer/BREEAM Consultant; Van Der Vorm Engineering, Structural Engineer; IBB Kondor, Contractor.
Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
Article source: Kiss + Cathcart, Architects
The Bushwick Inlet Park transforms the Brooklyn waterfront from a brownfield industrial strip into a public park. Located in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, the design is the first step of an ambitious waterfront redevelopment along the East River. The design team has integrated a program of athletic fields, community facility and a NYC Park maintenance and operation facility into a 6.2-acre park.
The Park wraps over the building on the west side, turning the building into a green hill so that 100% of the site is accessible to the public. A zigzag path provides ADA access to the top, where a large wood-framed canopy provides shade and views over the play fields to the Manhattan skyline. Direct building access for the public and the Parks staff is provided from the street edge below.
Program: The 13,300-square-foot ground floor is divided into the northern section which houses the maintenance facilities for the Department of Parks and Recreation, and the southern section which is a community center run by the non-profit Open Space Alliance. Each program area has its own separate entrance.
Phase 1 (the play field) opened summer 2010 and Phase 2 opened October 2013.
(top) Aerial view of park and building; (bottom) Active Design usage, snowboarding on roof 1/22/2014 – Photo Credit: (top) Malcolm Pinckney © 2013 New York City, NYC Parks ; (bottom) Jeremy Moseley
- Architects: Kiss + Cathcart, Architects
- Project: Bushwick Inlet Park
- Location: Brooklyn, New York
- Photography: Jeremy Moseley, Paul Warchol and Kiss + Cathcart, Architects
- Software used: Vectorworks.
- Project Completion Date: October, 2013
- Project Category: New Construction
- Project Site: Brownfield Site
- Project Site Context/Setting: Urban
- Building or Project Gross Floor Area: 15,527 square feet
- Total project cost at time of completion, land excluded: $30,000,000.00
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014
Article source: RRM Design Group
RRM Design Group provided the planning, construction documents, bid services, cost estimates, and construction administration for the award-winning renovation of the 1.7-mile Venice Beach Oceanfront Walk, the busiest public park in Los Angeles and the second most visited place in California. The project required extensive public outreach, including a series of interactive public meetings, workshops, newsletters, and written and camera surveys, working with various community groups and City agencies.
Image Courtesy © RRM Design Group
Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
Article source: Karres en Brands
The Quirijn Park is situated on a narrow strip of land that was once intended for the main traffic access to North Tilburg. The new urban development plan transforms this open area into a living link between the formerly separated neighbourhoods of Quirijnskto and Heikant, and brings about increased housing differentiation within North Tilburg. The emphasis therefore also lies on thee nw connections between the bordering neighbourhoods. The park works like a ‘zip fastene rb’etween both districts.
Image Courtesy © Karres en Brands
- Architects: Karres en Brands
- Project: Quirijn Park
- Location: Tilburg, The Netherlands
- Area: 8 hectares
- Design: 2001 – 2004
- Construction: 2006 – 2008
- Status: realized
- Client: Municipality of Tilburg
- Team: Bart Brands, Sylvia Karres, Simon Nunez, Lieneke van Campen, Joost de Natris, Femy-Jeanine Bol, Jorryt Braaksma