Archive for the ‘School’ Category
Friday, March 23rd, 2018
Article source: Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Bedales School is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of the South Downs National Park in the village of Steep near Petersfield.
Constructed around a substantial and beautiful oak tree within a new court and central lawn the new Art and Design building has a strong sense of place.
Image Courtesy © Hufton + Crow
- Architects: Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
- Project: Bedales School of Art and Design
- Location: Petersfield, England
- Photography: Hufton + Crow
- Client: Bedales School
- Contractor: E W Beard Construction
- Structural Engineer: Andrews Newby
- Environmental/M&E Engineers: Silcock Dawson & Partners Ltd.
- Quantity Surveyor/Cost Consultant: Stace LLP
- Project Management: Big Yellow Group PLC
Monday, March 19th, 2018
Article source: ANMA
The Saint-Isidore district is within the scope of the Operation of National Interest of the Plaine du Var, the site is therefore part of the project of eco-valley that puts sustainable development at the top of the concerns of the mastery of work as mastery of work.
Image Courtesy © Vincent Fillon
- Architects: ANMA
- Project: Saint-Isidore School Group Extension
- Location: 7 Avenue Angélique Braquet 06200 Nice, France
- Photography: Vincent Fillon
- Team: Valérie Dubois, Hélène Galifer, Etienne Challet-Hayard, Antoine Carrel, Hélène Dupont, Virginie Mira, Alessio Loffredo, Kevin Viel
- Client: City of Nice / Direction des bâtiments communaux
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 5 544 m² SHON / 8 130 m² Shob
- Completion Year: 2017
Friday, March 16th, 2018
Article source: Studio Y.
“It would be so nice if something made sense for a change…”. Alice in Wonderland.
Fingerprint Me is a socially focused organisation helping young people thrive in their transition from education into the workforce. Teaching young people how to find a pathway to their future career and become job ready.
Image Courtesy © Michael Gazzola
- Architects: Studio Y.
- Project: Fingerprint Me
- Location: Melbourne, Australia
- Photography: Michael Gazzola
Monday, March 12th, 2018
Article source: MARLON BLACKWELL ARCHITECTS
The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design at the University of Arkansas is a striking hybrid of a beautifully restored and renovated historical building, Vol Walker Hall (65,000 SF), and a contemporary insertion and addition, the Steven L. Anderson Design Center (37,000 SF). The coupling of old and new invigorates the historical center of the campus and revitalizes the educational environment of Vol Walker Hall, the campus’s original library and home to the School of Architecture since 1968. The expanded facility unites all three departments – architecture, landscape architecture, and interior design – under one roof for the first time, reinforcing the School’s identity and creating a cross-disciplinary, collaborative learning environment.
North Elevation, Image Courtesy © Timothy Hursley
- Architects: MARLON BLACKWELL ARCHITECTS
- Project: Vol Walker Hall & the Steven L. Anderson Design Center
- Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA
- Photography: Timothy Hursley
- Associate Architect: Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects
Thursday, March 8th, 2018
Article source: ORANGE architecture
The Dandélio School, a result of an AAPCDM initiative, provides the local community with a new space dedicated to children’s development, which is intended to be pedagogically differentiated, hosting a nursery and kindergarten.
Image Courtesy © domalomenos
- Architects: ORANGE architecture
- Project: Dandélio School
- Location: Santo António dos Olivais, Coimbra, Portugal
- Photography: domalomenos
- Clients: APPACDM Coimbra
- Lead Architect: Alexandre Saraiva Dias, Maria Amália Freitas
- Collaborators: Tiago Nunes da Costa, Sérgio Salazar, Ana do Vale Lopes, Elísio Graça, Daniela Santos
- Budget: 545.000,00€
- Built Area: 894m2
- Completion Year: 2016
Thursday, March 1st, 2018
Article source: Robert Hull and UNIVERSITY of WASHINGTON
Located in the center Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan’s fourth largest city, the Gohar Khatoon Girls’ School provides kindergarten through grade twelve classes, serving 3,000 students a day.
Mazar-i-Sharif is home to several universities, and Gohar Khatoon–acting as a gateway to higher education–is positioned to become a key institution for educating several thousand women and girls in an important urban center. Girls’ schools are already considered to be major contributors in Afghanistan’s push toward development and these institutions serve as powerful mechanisms for inclusion within Afghan society. Schools are the setting where women and girls will negotiate this transition, and Gohar Khatoon has been designed to support this process by promoting stability, comfort, and community engagement.
Image Courtesy © Nic Lehoux
- Architects: Robert Hull and UNIVERSITY of WASHINGTON
- Project: Gohar Khatoon Girls’ School
- Location: Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan
- Photography: Nic Lehoux, Farkohnda Rajaby
- Software used: Rhino
- Client: Balkh Province Ministry of Education; Janet W. Ketcham Foundation/Sahar Education
- Construction: Jason Simmons, Sayed Ali Mortazavy, Hussain Ahmady, Farkhonda Rajaby, Airokhsh Faiz Qaisary, Afghanistan American Friendship Foundation
- Structural and Civil Engineering: Solaiman Salahi
- Research: University of Washington Studio Participants – Bryan Brooks, Marcus Crider, Grace Crofoot, Sarah Eddy, Yasaman Esmaili, Christopher Garland, Mariam Kamara, Michelle Kang, Kevin Lang, Carolyn Lecompte, Benjamin Maestas, Jaclyn Merlet, Holly Schwarz, Mazohra Thami, Andrew Thies, Mackenzie Waller, Patricia Wilhelm
- Date of Completion: 2015
Tuesday, February 27th, 2018
Article source: FORM bureau
The Escola Britânica de Artes Criativas is located within a building designed by Isay Weinfeld in the bohemian district of Vila Madalena in Sao Paulo.
The main idea was to create a school with a community spirit, a space which the students would consider their own and be inspired to create in. We wanted to surprise them, to immerse them in an interesting environment, but to leave some spaces as a blank canvas.
Image Courtesy © Sara de Santis
- Architects: FORM bureau
- Project: Escola Britânica de Artes Criativas
- Location: São Paulo, Brazil
- Photography: Sara de Santis
- Client: EBAC
- Area: 2800 m2
- Year: 2016
Sunday, February 25th, 2018
Article source: LGA Architectural Partners
LGA Architectural Partners designed Laurentian University’s McEwen School of Architecture to prepare young architects for the critical design issues of the 21st Century. McEwen is not your typical architecture school – its curriculum emphasizes architecture and fabrication techniques focused on the traditional and evolving aspects of life in the north, including Indigenous culture, wood construction, local ecologies and resources, and design for the impact of climate change.
Guided by Ted Kesik, LGA collaborated with many stakeholders to develop a “Sustainability Design Manifesto” to address the conditions of the northern environment and ensure that the school is highly sustainable, going well beyond LEED. For example, the new building was massed and oriented to optimize heating, cooling and natural ventilation to conserve energy and minimize reliance on the mechanical system. Image Courtesy © Bob Gundu
- Architects: LGA Architectural Partners
- Project: McEwen School of Architecture
- Location: Sudbury, Canada
- Photography: Bob Gundu
- Client: Laurentian University, Capital Projects – Michel Seguin, Director
- Consulting Team
- Landscape Architect: Robert Wright Landscape Architect
- Sustainability Consultant: Ted Kesik
- Contractor: Cy Rheault (Phase 1); Bondfield (Phase 2)
- Budget: $26M
- Size: 72,849 SF
- Timing: Spring 2018 Completion
Tuesday, February 20th, 2018
Article source: MAXWAN + MASA architects
Masterplan For A Post-Olympic Development To Create A New Vibrant Resort City In Sochi Along The Black Sea
MAXWAN + MASA architects with TPO Reserve are awarded the 1st prize for an International competition for the development of the post-Olympic development of the Imeretinskaya lowland “IMERETINKA 2.0”
Image Courtesy © MAXWAN + MASA architects
- Architects: MAXWAN + MASA architects
- Project: Imeretinka 2.0 Sochi
- Location: Sochi, Russia
- Client: Basic Element Group – Development & Real Estate – Imeretinkaya Rivyera
- Collaborators: MASA architects, TPO Reserve, Projectontwikkeling Pegasus, Witteveen+Bos Civil Engineer Consultants, Peter Brogt Verkeersadvies
- Team: Aleksander Hrib, Gabriella Georgakaki, Giulia Bacci, Luca Tiozzo, Rachele Ferrari, Allesio Busato
- Partner in Charge: Hiroki Matsuura
- Team Leader: Artur Borejszo, Valentina Chiappa Nunez
Thursday, February 15th, 2018
Article source: DOMAT Limited
Cattlefield Village Primary School is in a mountainous region of western Yunnan Province, China. The original school was built in 2010, in partnership with charity foundation, NGO’s and local government. It serves students from seven local villages, with the furthest village a 90 minute walk from the site.
Image Courtesy © DOMAT Limited
- Architects: DOMAT Limited
- Project: Hygiene Station for Cattlefield Village School
- Location: Cattlefield Village, Banka Town, Yongde, Lincang, Yunnan, China
- Team: Maggie Ma, Mark Kingsley, Tanya Tsui, Adeline Chan, Juliette Song
- Donor: KPMG Foundation
- Supporting Donor: Yongde County Education Bureau
- Local Design Institute: Kunming Zhuozhu Architecture Design Co. Ltd.
- Contractor: Yunnan Yong Xin Construction Company Limited
- Projected Cost: RMB 606,000 (including building, site formation, site landscape, 2 rubbish collection points, interior furniture and solar water heating system)
- Area: 178sqm
- Site Area: 308 sqm
- Project Date: Completed on April 2017