Archive for the ‘Research Station’ Category
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
Thursday, October 8th, 2015
Article source: Malik Architecture
The act of research and discovery is essentially an intuitive function. This complex therefore explores those elements, that to my mind, foster and inspire intuitive thought, which is the core of the creative process.
Image Courtesy © Malik Architecture
- Architects: Malik Architecture
- Project: Lupin research Park
- Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India
- Climate: Tropical wet and dry climate
- Site Area: 1,40,000 sq. ft.
- Architect in Charge: Kamal Malik
- Team: Ketan Chaudhary, Meghana Tipnis, Rajesh Parmar
- Engineers: Sterling (Structural), R L Dalal (contractor), Vikas Joshi (Electrical), Suhas Gangan (fire fighting & plumbing), Kamal Malik Architects (HVAC)
- Project Status: Completed in October-2001
Saturday, May 9th, 2015
Article source: Gerber Architekten
The Ruhr-Universität Bochum’s IC-Complex has undergone a two-year process of refurbishment, and is now a state-of-the-art research building. This complex of buildings now provides a space where around 5,000 students and scientists can study and research in a harmonious architectural environment that is technologically equipped to a high standard, and is ideally suited to its function.
The freshly renovated IC-Complex of Ruhr-University Bochum, Image Courtesy © Hans-Jürgen Landes
- Architects: Gerber Architekten
- Project: IC – Ruhr-Universität in Bochum
- Location: Bochum, Germany
- Photography: Hans-Jürgen Landes
- Design: 06/2009 – 02/2011
- Construction: 08/2011 – 09/2013
- Completion: 09/2013
- GFA: 52.300 m2
- Building costs: 80 million Euro
Saturday, July 26th, 2014
Article source: C’ arch architecture
The Pulau Banding Rainforest Research Centre is located in an environmentally sensitive area at the heart of the Belum-Temenggor Forest Complex. Conceived during a series consultations with various NGO’s, it represents a key element of the client’s commitment to sustainable development on the island.
Image Courtesy © 807Studio Sdn Bhd
- Architects: C’ arch architecture
- Project: Pulau Banding Rainforest Research Centre
- Location: Pulau Banding, 33200 Gerik, Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia
- Photography: 807Studio Sdn Bhd
- Total Site Area: 8,888 sq. meter
Thursday, March 6th, 2014
Article source: Michael Jantzen
The Black Hole Research Center is a conceptual design proposal for a large, solar powered building designed to be located in a hot dry climate. It would be dedicated to the science of, and the research into black holes. The structure’s design is symbolically based on the image of a large black hole located in the center of a large spiral galaxy.
Image Courtesy © Michael Jantzen
- Architects: Michael Jantzen
- Project: The Black Hole Research Center
- Status: Unbuilt
Thursday, January 30th, 2014
Article source: JHK Architecten
BioPartner Accelerator & Incubator are two buildings that were developed within a Design & Build construction for BioPartner Center Leiden by Dura Vermeer Bouw in partnership with JHK Architecten.
Together the buildings provide 11,500 m² of office and laboratory space for starting or restarting entrepreneurs in the bio-technology industry. Flexible work areas have been realized that offer space and opportunities to companies involved in research into medicines and vaccines. BioPartner Center Leiden Nederland is the largest centre for starters in the life sciences in the Netherlands.
Image Courtesy © Arthur Meerloo
- Architects: JHK Architecten
- Project: BioPartner
- Location: Leiden, Netherlands
- Photography: Palladium Photodesign, Arthur Meerloo
- Software used: Autocad and Revit.
- Client Design and Build: Dura Vermeer Bouw Leidschendam
- User: BioPartner Center Leiden
- Project start: 2009
- Completion: 2012
- Accelerator: ca 6,500 m²
- Incubator: ca 5,000 m²
- Contractor: Dura Vermeer Bouw Leidschendam
- Structural engineer: Adviesbureau Kaskon
- Building services adviser W: Wolter en Dros
- Building services adviser E: Croon TBI
- Building physics adviser: Bureau Nieman
Saturday, August 10th, 2013
Article source: Hugh Broughton Architects
Halley VI Antarctic Research Station – the world’s first re-locatable research facility – is now in use, signalling a new dawn for 21st Century polar research. Opening one hundred years after Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s Antarctic expeditions, the new state-of-the-art research facility demonstrates the UK’s ambition to remain at the forefront of scientific endeavour.
Image Courtesy © Anthony Dubber
- Architects: Hugh Broughton Architects
- Project: Halley VI Antarctic Research Station
- Location: Antarctica
- Photography: James Morris, Anthony Dubber, Sam Burrell
- Client: British Antarctic Survey
- Structural Engineers: AECOM
- Main contractor: Galliford Try International
- Software used: Vectorworks
Winner RIBA International Award 2013
Winner AIA UK Excellence in Design Award – Best Scientific Building 2013
Halley VI features in Ice Lab: New Architecture and Science,a touring exhibition curated by the Arts Catalyst for the British Council.
26 July – 2 Oct 2013
: Architecture and Design Scotland, The Lighthouse,
21 October – 6 January: Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester
Friday, March 22nd, 2013
Article source: OBR – Open Building Research
In a time when it is our duty to investigate alternative non-oil based energy sources, Smart Grid represents the most sustainable model in environmental, energetic and economic terms. The nodes in the energy grid will be the power stations of the future: intermodal and social centers, in which we will be able to exchange energy and data, and interact socially as if we were in a market, or rather in an energy mall. In these energy malls we will switch from “volumetric” vehicles for long-distance travel short-distance movements (electro assisted and automated individual devices that are an extension to one’s body).
Image courtesy OBR – Open Building Research
- Architects: OBR – Open Building Research
- Project: Right to Energy
- Location: MAXXI, Roma, Italy
- Design Manager: Andrea Debilio
- Project Manager: Michele Renzini
- Collaborators: Viola Bentivogli, Andrea Casetto, Dario Cavallaro, Benedetta Conte, Maria Lezhnina, Elisa Siffredi, Izabela Sobieraj
- Consultants: Articolture, Artiva, Bartolomeo Mongiardino, Buro Happold, Liraatvisuals, Microb & Co, Visual Lab
- Design Year: 2013