Archive for the ‘Research Station’ Category
Friday, March 9th, 2018
Article source: HELLIN-SEBBAG, ARCHITECTES ASSOCIES
Some phase 1 photographs, as a reminder
The Hellin-Sebbag office began work in 2004 on the Saint-Charles Hospital site at Montpellier.
Delivered in 2011, the first phase converted the general hospital into university buildings for graduates and researchers in the Faculty of Humanities, Paul Valéry University.
Patience and perseverance were necessary to restore new life to a site at this scale.
Entrance facade on esplanade, Image Courtesy © Jean-Pierre PORCHER
- Architects: HELLIN-SEBBAG, ARCHITECTES ASSOCIES
- Project: University Campus Saint-Charles – Phase 2
- Location: Montpellier, France
- Photography: Jean-Pierre PORCHER
- Client: State – Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation, Montpellier Education Authority
- Joint Contractors: FABRICA TRACEORUM : Heritage architect
- For Project: GEC Ingénierie : Fluid engineering
Thursday, February 15th, 2018
Article source: CO Architects
To ensure design excellence, Lyme Properties—original developer, which then sold to BioMed Realty—sponsored an invited, international design competition for the 1.3-million-square-foot Kendall Square mixed-use project in Cambridge, MA. The objective was to create a cluster of high-caliber laboratory buildings to position Kendall Square as a major research center strategically located in close proximity to MIT and Harvard. In addition to providing new laboratories, the developer wanted to animate the neighborhood street life by offering urban amenities including a hotel, housing, shops, restaurants, and open public space.
Image Courtesy © Roland Halbe
- Architects: CO Architects
- Project: Kendall Square Research Laboratory
- Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
- Photography: Roland Halbe
Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA)
KAPSARC (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Centre) is a non-profit institution for independent research into policies that contribute to the most effective use of energy to provide social wellbeing across the globe.
KAPSARC develops policies and economic frameworks that reduce the environmental impact and overall costs of energy supply and enable practical technology-based solutions to use energy more efficiently.
Image Courtesy © Hufton+Crow
Monday, October 23rd, 2017
Article source: Ramón Esteve
Bombas Gens is an old industrial building with an unquestionable social-historical value and one of the rare remaining examples of the industrial architecture of the thirties. Its Art Deco façades and architecture make it a special, unique location for some new uses according to today needs.
Image Courtesy © Alfonso Calza
- Architects: Ramón Esteve
- Project: Bombas Gens: Art, Scientific Research and Social Project
- Location: Valencia, Spain
- Photography: Alfonso Calza
- Museum Project Architect: Annabelle Selldorf
- Restoration: Architect Eduardo de Miguel
- Technical Architect: Rafael Ferriols
- Project Team: Víctor Ruiz, Javier Estevan, María Luna, Francisco Palomo
Friday, September 29th, 2017
Article source: Ector Hoogstad Architecten
The Netherlands has an excellent reputation in the international world of science. Ector Hoogstad Architecten has won commissions to design many new buildings in Dutch universities and research institutes in recent years. DIFFER, the Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research located on the campus of Eindhoven University of Technology, is the latest in the series. The building will be officially opened on 19 November.
Image Courtesy © Petra Appelhof
- Architects: Ector Hoogstad Architecten
- Project: Differ Eindhoven
- Location: De Zaale 20, 5612 AJ Eindhoven, The Netherlands
- Photography: Petra Appelhof
- Client: FOM DIFFER
- Project team: Joost Ector, Max Pape, Koen Klijn, Ralph Sijstermans, Koert Hougee, Arja Hoogstad, Rena Logara, Joost vander Linden, Hetty Mommersteeg, Marco Verroen
- Construction management: Aronsohn raadgevende adviseurs
- Installation consultants: Deerns raadgevende adviseurs bv
Monday, September 4th, 2017
Article source: Bogle Architects
This international research and technology facility for high-powered laser experimentation is funded by The European Commission, the first of three research centres to be built within the EU.
Bogle Architects won the ELI Beamlines commission in international competition and were the lead designers of the project from concept design through to authorship review. ELI Beamlines won the ‘Best industrial & logistics development’ MIPIM Award 2016 as well as the coveted Czech Grand Prix Prize.
Image Courtesy © Filip Slapal
- Architects: Bogle Architects
- Project: Eli Beamlines
- Location: Dolní Břežany, Prague, The Czech Republic
- Photography: Filip Slapal
- Client: Fyzikální ústav Akademie věd ČR, v.v.i. Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
- Contractor: MVO
- Civil Engineering: AED Project
- M&E: PBA International
Sunday, July 30th, 2017
Article source: MANGADO & ASOC.SL.
The building for the research center of the firm Norvento is located on the border between an industrial enclave and a forest, close to the city of Lugo. The project adopts the form that enables the building to open on to the forest and be in a continuum with it, capitalizing on all the attributes that the woods can contribute to the architecture, while closing up on the side facing the adjacent industrial scene. It uses the opportunity to establish a clear-cut scheme through architectural, typological, and spatial attributes.
Image Courtesy © Juan Rodríguez
- Architects: MANGADO & ASOC.SL.
- Project: Building for New Norvento Headquarter
- Location: Lugo, Spain
- Photography: Juan Rodríguez
- Client: NORVENTO ENERXIA S.L.
- Architect: Francisco Mangado
- Project manager: Francisco Mangado
- Architecture: Sergio Helguera, Jose M. Gastaldo, Luis Alves, Eduardo Ruiz, Angel Martinez, Paula Juango
- Structural engineering: IDI Ingenieros
- Energy-efficiency engineering: NORVENTO ENERXIA S.L.
- Energy concept: NORVENTO ENERXIA S.L.
Friday, June 16th, 2017
Article source: HKA | Hermann Kamte & Associates
The Lake Chad is dying and if nothing is done, it will belong to the past. It is important to understand, the Lake Chad is the home of first Men, and a worldwide patrimony which need to be preserve for the health and equilibrium of our planet. Hermann Kamte & Associates reveals their vision for the regeneration of the lake before its pronounced disappearance.
Image Courtesy © HKA | Hermann Kamte & Associates
- Architects: HKA | Hermann Kamte & Associates
- Project: The Forgotten – Dead Or Alive
- Location: Cameroonian
- Research: Humanitarian – Lake Chad Regenerattion
- Year: 2016 (December)
Sunday, May 14th, 2017
Article source: Dear Design studio
The new Creative Research Park of Barcelona is located in the Canòdrom, an emblematic rationalist building designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Bonet i Castellana in 1961, that used to work as a greyhound track.
After the building refurbishment in 2016, Dear Design Studio won the competition for the building’s interior design, and also proposed the corporate identity and signage design, to give the project greater coherence. The challenge was to adapt the facilities of the former greyhound stadium to its new function as a flexible and dynamic space for startups and technology companies in the creative and cultural industries. At the same time, Dear Design proposed to stimulate the neighbourhood by including technological interventions that reflect the processes developed in the building.
Image Courtesy © aitorestevez
- Architects: Dear Design studio
- Project: Canodròm, Creative Research Park
- Location: Carrer de la Riera d’Horta, 3, Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: aitorestevez
- Client: Barcelona City Council
- Design: Dear Design
- Creative Director: Ignasi Llauradó
- Collaborators: Paulina Calcagno, Sebastián Pereira, Laia Freixes, Cristina Anglès, Fran Rodríguez.
- Graphic Design: Jordi Rins
- Surface Area: 2312m2
- Year: 2016
Tuesday, September 27th, 2016
Article source: ggarchitects
The project is born out of chef Quique Dacosta’s will to open to clients the creativity studio of his 3 Michelin stars restaurant, allowing people to have a gastronomic experience in the studio itself.
Because of Dacosta’s creativity and unconformity, what once started as a chef’s table ended up influencing the entire space. The influence was global, and all the knowledge, tools and techniques developed created new paths, new potential in two areas.
- The food design
- The restaurant’s lounge-kitchen area
Sliding systems and folding closures are used for the closets, Image Courtesy © Alfonso Calza
- Architects: ggarchitects
- Project: Creativity Studio
- Location: Denia, Alicante, Spain
- Photography: Alfonso Calza
- Client: Quique Dacosta Restaurant
- Design: Quique Dacosta, Jose Ramon Tramoyeres, Javier Cortina
- Project Architect: Maria Jose Mora
- Design Team: Adina Burlacu
- Builder: Ultrahogar
- Lighting: Carlos Tomás (Leds Workshop)
- Área: 22,65 m2
- Year: 2016