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Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium in Montreal, Canada by Cardin Ramirez Julien + AEdifica

Saturday, May 18th, 2013

Article source: Cardin Ramirez Julien + AEdifica

XYZ Technologie Culturelle, in collaboration with the American firm Sky-Skan, which specializes in designing planetarium shows, has created the two immersive domes in the new Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium, which opened on April 6 of this year. Forty-six years after the advent of the first planetarium in Montreal, this new facility provides the city with exclusive, unprecedented technology. “The combination of traditional optical technology for projection of a starry sky and video offers viewers the only immersive experience of its kind in Quebec,” confirms Jacques Larue, partner at XYZ.

Image Courtesy © Ulysse Lemerisse 

  • Architects: Cardin Ramirez Julien + AEdifica
  • Project: XYZ: Partner in the cosmic voyages at the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium!
  • Location: Montreal, Canada
  • Photography: Ulysse Lemerisse
  • Client: City of Montreal
  • Project manager: Pierre Lacombe
  • Design team: Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon
  • Engineers: SNC Lavalin, Dupras Ledoux ingénieurs
  • Landscape architects: Fauteux et Associés Architectes Paysagistes
  • Contractors: Groupe Décarel inc
  • Installation and supply of specialized equipment for the permanent exhibition: Sky-Skan/XYZ Cultural Technology
  • Artists: Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon
  • Area of project: 10 638 m2
  • Budget: 48 millions
  • Project end date: April 6, 2013

BLOCK 39, Centre for the Science promotion in Belgrade, Serbia by RTA Office

Monday, January 24th, 2011

The atelier RTA-Office, managed by the architect Santiago Parramón, got an Honorable Mention for his project Block 39, Centre for the promotion of Science in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia. Jury reponse: the project of Santiago Parramón is “an excellent urban and architectural solution, with exceptional and innovative approach!”

Block 39 concept view

Block 39 concept view

  • Architect: RTA-OFFICE
  • Project location: Belgrade, Serbia
  • Year: 2010
  • Client: Ministry of Science and Technological development
  • Organizers: Association of Architects of Serbia and Association Architects of Belgrade
  • Site type: Urban
  • Site Area: 11,66 ha
  • Building Area: 20.915 m2
  • Total gross Building Area: 13.998 m2
  • Garage and Parking Area: 3.000 m2
  • Outdoor Area: 2.650 m2
  • Designed by: Jaime Parramón&Associats, RTA-Office
  • Design team: Santiago Parramón, Simona Assiero Brá, Mariana Rapela, Miguel Villachá, Luisa Garcia, Eduardo Vacotto
  • Award: Honorable Mention
  • Type: Cultural – Museum – Exhibition Center – Educational and Business Centre – Gallery – Science Club – Planetarium – Restaurant.
  • Annual number of visitors: 100.000 – 300.000. 500.000 in 5 year’s time.
  • Daily number of visitors: expectation: 200 visitors during a workday in September, 2000 during a weekend in May.
  • Construction Materials: in situ structures of reinforced concrete (high strength and long life. Reduce CO2 emissions by 60% during its production). Building’s skin (90%) is Black Steel Recycling ANR (it contains 80% recycled raw material, has zero carbon, thus reducing CO2 emissions). Over 30% of the rest of the building materials are recycled source, reducing the environmental impacts of industry, mining and processing of raw materials.
  • Budget: 15 millions euros

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