Archive for the ‘Retirement Home’ Category
Thursday, January 3rd, 2013
Article source: Shogo Iwata Architects
This building was built in Kagawa Japan. It locates nearby Mt. Yashima, the natural monument of this region, suburb of Takamatu city. We designed this building as a floating white box which benefits from the scenery of Mt. Yashima.
View of the west facade : Image Courtesy © Shigeo Ogawa
- Architects: Shogo Iwata Architects
- Project: Yashima Project
- Location: Kagawa, Japan
- Photography: Shigeo Ogawa
- Main use: Residential care home for the elderly
- Site area: 1685.26㎡
- Building area:933.57㎡
- Total floor area: 1566.39㎡
1st floor: 800.11㎡
2nd floor: 766.28㎡
- Number of private room for residents: 31
- Structure: Reinforced concrete structure
- Date of completion: 2012/10
- Software used: Vectorworks for drawing, illustrator and photoshop for other things
Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
Article source: ACXT
The BBK Sarriko Centre is a residential building that combines two different uses: retirement homes and social flats for young people. The design had to be flexible and able to accommodate changes throughout the life of the building, since the client wants accommodation for young people to be the predominant use of the building in the future.
Image Courtesy Aitor Ortiz / ACXT
- Architects: ACXT
- Project: BBK Sarriko Centre
- Location: Bilbao, Spain
- Client: BBK
- Project Architect: Javier Aja
- Architects: Elena Sa Marques, Beatriz Pagoaga
- Project Management: Patxi Sánchez
- Costs: Fco. Javier Ruiz de Prada, Ziortza Bardeci
- Structures: Cristina Hernando, Miguel Á. Corcuera, Mª del Mar Mayo
- Facilities: Álvaro Gutiérrez-Cabello
- Enviromental Engineering: Iñigo Aguirre
- Lighting: Mikel Fernández de las Heras
- Photopraphs: Aitor Ortiz / ACXT
Wednesday, March 28th, 2012
Article source: Paravant Architects
Villa Areopagus planned as a retirement residence for a client from Hollywood, California, the design focused on creating a home that is harmoniously integrated into the landscape of the surrounding Costa Rican mountains. This was largely done by allowing for a strong connection between the indoor and outdoor living to take full advantage of the moderate climate and spectacular views the site offers. This approach is well suited for the lifestyle of the client which was an important factor for them to having a custom designed and built home.
Night View (Images Courtesy Julian Trejos)
- Architect: Paravant Architects
- Project Name: Villa Areopagus
- Location: Atenas, Costa Rica
- Area: 750 sq.m.
- Completion: 2011
- Photography: Julian Trejos
- Executive Architect: SAAR Arquitectura, Costa Rica; Jose-Bernardo Garcia
- Contractor: SAAR
- Team: Christian Kienapfel, Halil Ramazan Dolan
Tuesday, March 6th, 2012
Article source: Atelier Zündel Cristea
This retirement home is being built in Monconseil’s Urban Development Zone (ZAC in France), in the northern suburbs of the city of Tours, where this building will be one of the first footprints in the area. The project, which consists of 81 beds spread across three units, was defined from the beginning by specifications that sought to take up and organize an ideal amount of the site’s surfaces. Respecting these specifications to the letter would have led us to a ground floor organization around internal courtyards spread over the entirety of the site.
Night View (Images Courtesy Stephane Chalmeau)
- Architect: Atelier Zündel Cristea
- Name of Project: Monconseil Retirement Home
- Location: Tours, France
- Client: CCAS – City of Tours
- Consultants: OTE
- Photographs: Stephane Chalmeau
Sunday, January 8th, 2012
Article source: Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio
Client: CAPSLO focuses on helping residents of San Luis Obispo County achieve economic self-sufficiency. The organization aids its participants in securing employment, maintaining adequate housing, receiving medical services, and providing childcare. CAPSLO offers its services to 43,000 people across San Luis Obispo County and nine other central and southern California counties nine other central and southern California counties.
- Architects: Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio
- Project: CAPSLO Homeless Services Center
- Location: San Luis Obispo, CA
- Client: Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County, Inc. (CAPSLO)
- Size: 26,000 square feet building + 26,000 square feet outdoor space
- Software used: AutoCAD, Rhino, Photoshop, 3D Studio MAX, Illustrator
Thursday, November 24th, 2011
Article source: Firma d.o.o.
Our proposal was directly influenced by the characteristics of the immediate surroundings of the plot. Through detailed site analysis, we concluded that the most important aspects of context are the landscape and the extreme impact of the rural environment. Therefore, the proposed residence for the elderly, apart from fulfilling all functional prerequisites, must be consistent with those surrounding features.
Nursing & Retiree Home
- Architects: Firma d.o.o.
- Project: Nursing & Retiree
- Location: Alava, Spain
- Software used: AutoCAD, 3dS Max and Adobe Photoshop
Thursday, April 28th, 2011
Reform and Expansion of an existing retirement home, located in one corner of an equipment zone between the streets Pica d’Estats, Bisbe Irurita, Magí i Morera and Antonio Bergós Masso. The building is extended in their lateral contact, with ground floor and first floor, more an architectural sealing element that complements the communications center and access.
- Architects: B MÉS R 29 ARQUITECTES SLP
- Project Team: Xavier F. Rodríguez i Padilla, Josep Mª Burgués i Solanes
- Name of Project: Santa Teresa Retirement Home
- Location: St PICA D’ESTATS, 4 – LLEIDA (25006). LLEIDA (SEGRIÀ), Spain
- Collaborating Architects: Ramon Rosinach Garriga, Mariona Julià Fabrelles
- Collaborators: Cristina Cruz Gómez
Wednesday, April 27th, 2011
Extension of existing local on ground floor under a residential building block. In its northern part, the site is poured into St. James Street, generating close to the access to upper floors (dwelling building), a building depth that requires the interior to flow to the rear facade. Thus, all airy spaces are structured on both sides of the façade. The expansion, is felt in the posterior lateral of the current locale, creating a new higher volume, related with the original volume, and adding a large polyvalent room at its principal use unfragmented, which allows have an equipment capable of absorbing larger occupations and uses.
Retirement Home La Bordeta
- Architects: BmesR29 Arquitectes
- Project: Retirement Home La Bordeta
- Location: Sant Jaume, 5, La Bordeta, Lleida, Spain
- Collaborating Architects: Arnau Ricart Real, Ramón Rosinach Garriga
- Technical Architect: Josep Justo Parellada
- Engineering: Garriga Enginyers, S.L.