Archive for the ‘Science Park’ Category
Saturday, August 18th, 2012
Article source: Wingårdh Arkitektkontor AB
At the side of the motorway between Rostock and Berlin stands a brown sign with the stylised drawing of the “Müritzeum”. A sign that says there is something worth seeing!
The remarkable thing is not the building but the large national park and the seven large lakes. Lake Müritz is the largest in Germany (Bodensee is shared with Switzerland and Austria), it is relatively shallow but all navigable. This is where the cranes stop before continuing their migration to lake Hornborga.
Image Courtesy Wingårdh Arkitektkontor AB
- Architects: Wingårdh Arkitektkontor AB
- Project: Müritzeum
- Location: Waren, Germany
- Partner :Wingårdh Arkitektkontor AB,DGI Bauwerk Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH
Image Courtesy Wingårdh Arkitektkontor AB
Saturday, August 4th, 2012
Article source: Idcode
Competition site is located on the periphery of the city, where the city meets the country side of fields and loosely scattered single-family housing. Site is in close proximity to the neighbourhood shopping centre “Karolinka” and the newly established conference centre. Both existing buildings located near the area, cause a temporary influx of people in and around the city, which enables the integration of people with what is happening in the park.
Science and Technolo gy Park
- Architects: Idcode
- Project: Science and Technology Park
- Location: Opole, Poland
- Project Year: 2012
- Project Area: 6400 sqm
Thursday, June 28th, 2012
Article source: 24H Architecture
Within in de urban scheme of KCAP – Kees Christiaanse for the Science Park in Amsterdam, 24H>architecture was commissioned to make a proposal for one of the five housing projects, called ‘the Twins’. The location is situated between the Oosterringdike and the Caroline Mac Gillavrylaan.
Image Courtesy Boris Zeisser
- Architects: 24H Architecture
- Project: The Twins Science Park
- Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Client: Heddes Vastgoed
- Construction: ABT bv
- Fire/building physics/noise advisor: Peutz bv
- Installation: ILEX Installatiemanagement bv
- Contractor: Heddes Bouw & Ontwikkeling B.V.
- Software used: AutoCad
Sunday, January 8th, 2012
Article source: Caramel Architekten
The program involved designing several individual buildings which would be interwoven as well as tied to the existing University of Linz campus. The plan was to take into consideration the neighboring residential buildings as well as the natural form of the slope and the katabatic winds, which play an important role in keeping the city cool, and the poor condition of the building lot was not to be overlooked either.
Image Courtesy Hertha Hurnaus
- ground floor: entrance foyer and specialty rooms (research laboratories)
- Upper levels 1–5: office spaces
Friday, December 2nd, 2011
Article source: AART architects A/S
Inspiria Science Centre is designed as one of the most advanced science centres in Northern Europe and is part of a long-term plan to make knowledge the most important asset of the Østfold Region in Norway. This ambitious plan is reflected in the architectural aspiration, as the trifold form is designed as a communications platform merging the environment, energy and health.
Night View (Images Courtesy Adam Mørk)
- Architect: AART architects A/S
- Name of Project: Inspiria Science Centre
- Location: Bjørnstadveien 16, 1712 Graalum, Norway
- Area: 6.500m2
- Type: Science centre
- Photographer: Adam Mørk
- Software used: Designed and planned using Revit; NavisWorks to develop the model; Solibri to collision test the model.
Thursday, December 1st, 2011
Article source: C. F. Møller Architects
The proposal for Navitas Park, which will house the Aarhus School of Engineering, the Aarhus School of Marine and Technical Engineering and a new science park focusing on energy and sustainability, takes its cue from its prominent situation on the waterfront in Aarhus.
- Architects: C. F. Møller Architects
- Project: Navitas Park Engineering College & Science Park
- Location: Port of Aarhus, Denmark
- Client: Engineering College of Aarhus, Aarhus School of Marine and Technical Engineering, Incuba Science Park, and Aarhus Municipality
- Size: 35,000 m2
- Landscape: MetoposAps
- Contractor: NCC
- Engineer: COWI
- Collaborators: Innovation Lab, The Danish School of Education (DPU)
- Prizes: 2. prize in competition, 2010
Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011
The new buildings rise up from the ground and provide spaces which articulate the fusion of outdoor landscape and indoor exhibition. This active ground modulates according to program and location in the park. The endpoints of the buildings blur the line between building and park by offering inside-out spaces as display areas and projection surfaces related to the temporary exhibitions inside. Silhouettes, as groups of land formations, define the unique newly programmed horizon line of Danfoss Universe.
View of the Curiosity Center
- Architect: J. MAYER H. Architects
- Name of the project: Danfoss Universe
- Location: Nordborg, Denmark
- Client: Danfoss Universe, Nordborg, Denmark
- Project Team: Juergen Mayer H., Marcus Blum, Thorsten Blatter, Andre Santer, Alessandra Raponi
- Architect on Site: Hallen & Nordby
- Technical consultants: Carl Bro
- Function: Extension of Danfoss Universe Science Park,
- Additional buildings: Curiosity Center and Cafeteria
- Building area: Cafeteria.- 500 qm, Curiosity Center – 1200 qm
- Number of floors: Cafeteria – 1, Curiosity Center – 2
- Size of the buildings (Length/Heights/Width): Cafeteria 46/10/11m, Curiosity Center 72/17,5/16m
- Structure: Steel construciton covered with corrugated sheetmatel
- Principal Exterior: Alucobond, colours – Champagne metallic and bronze metallic
- Principal interior material: Dry Walls, Curiosity Center – Ceiling – black painted corrugated sheetmatel, Cafeteria – Ceiling – Silver painted corrugated sheetmatel
- Roof: Corrugated sheetmatel coverd with tar-bitumen roof sheeting
- Exhibition: „Bitland“, Science Exhibition for kids
- Designing period: 2005-2006
- Construction period: 2006-2007
- Completion: May 2007
- Photographer: J. MAYER H.
- Cost: 3 Mio Euro
- Model: Werk5, Berlin
- Software: ArchiCAD, MAYA and Rhino