Archive for the ‘Port’s public spaces’ Category
Friday, June 24th, 2011
Article source: Studio Alfirevic
Proposed design promotes an idea of visual and functional merging of the newly designed part with the existing Beton Hala building, to create a unique center for exhibition and commercial use in Belgrade, which also communicates in a mimetic way with Kalemegdan fortress and Sava river’s waterfront.
Night View from Fortress
- Architect: Studio Alfirevic
- Name of Project: Beton-hala Waterfront Center
- Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Thursday, May 19th, 2011
Situated at the threshold of Hong Kong and Mainland China, Qianhai occupies a position of strategic significance in the Pearl River Delta. The planned intensification of transport through the site renders inevitable its emergence as a new center. The question is not whether Qianhai will develop, but how? If successful, a new city center in Qianhai could fulfill Shenzhen’s coastal ambitions and establish a node for interaction between various components of the PRD.
Qianhai Port City
- Architects: OMA Architect
- Project: Qianhai Port Cit
- Location: Qianhai, Shenzhen, PRC
- Status: Competition
- Client: Shenzhen Urban Planning and Land Resources Committee
Sunday, May 15th, 2011
The large green open spaces that surround the Seu Vella Cathedral and dominate the whole city are the most beautiful public areas in Lleida, and are what we chose as our reference point. The designs for the new Ricard Viñes Square must possess some of this beauty. The focus of our proposal is to build a large green open space for a sculpture dedicated to the musician Ricard Viñes. A space full of little squares 0 5 10 cross section and green areas at a point where the city throngs with traffic and pedestrians.
Piazza Ricard Viñes
- Architects: Benedetta Tagliabue
- Project: Piazza Ricard Viñes
- Location: Lleida, Spain
- Surface: 9200m2
- Cost: 3.500.000€
Tuesday, April 19th, 2011
The Port of Kaohsiung is the largest port city in Taiwan. Yet, as of recent, Kaohsiung has become a modern metropolis. Because of this growth, the Port of Kaohsiung needs a proper gateway to the metropolis, promoting culture, entertainment, and green architectural urban design.
Passenger Transportation District
- Architects: Sun Architects
- Project: Passenger Transportation District
- Location: Kaohsiung, Taiwan
- Project Team: Suns Hung, AIA, LEED AP, Duane Schrempp, AIA, Jose Germosen, Ishan Tam, Ellix Wu, Nick Proto
- Software used: AutoCAD and 3DS Max for the renderings. Photoshop for entourage and editing.
Saturday, March 19th, 2011
Situated on one of Israel’s most breathtaking waterfronts, the Tel Aviv Port was plagued with neglect since 1965, when its primary use as an operational docking port was abandoned. The recently completed public space development project by Mayslits Kassif Architects, managed to restore this unique part of the city, and turn it into a prominent, vivacious urban landmark.
Photo by Daniela Orvin
- Architect: Mayslits Kassif Architects
- Project Name: Tel Aviv Port Public Space Regeneration
- Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
- Program: Design and Strategy for Tel Aviv Port’s public spaces
- Client: Marine Trust Ltd., Port Architect: Eliakim Architects.
- Budget: 4,000,000 E
- Site Area: 55,000 m2
- Design Team: Ganit Mayslits Kassif, Udi Kassif, Oren Ben Avraham, Galila Yavin, Michal Ilan and Maor Roytman.
- Photographers: Iwan Baan, Adi Branda, Galia Kronfeld, Daniela Orvin, Albi Serfaty.
- Construction Company: Green Sky.ltd
- Date of project: 2003-2008
- Status: Complete – 2008
- Project Management: Avinoam Horowitz
- Graphic Designer: Hila Ben Navat
- 2003– First Prize in the Public Competition for the Renewal of the port’s public areas. Proposal by Mayslits Kassif Architects in collaboration with architect Galila Yavin.
- 2007– Israeli Design Award for the best Urban Architectural Project in Israel.
- 2008–Rechter Award for an outstanding architectural achievement by the Israeli Ministry of Culture.
- 2010- Winner of The Rosa Barba European Landscape Prize and the Audience Choice award in The 6th European Biennial of Landscape Architecture.