Archive for the ‘Shelter Home’ Category
Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015
Article source: Stinessen Arkitektur
Manshausen Island is situated in the Steigen Archipelago off the coast of Northern Norway. The Islan sposition between dramatic mountains and the Barents Sea is in itself the inspiration for celebrated Polar Explorer Børge Ousland´snewest adventure; an adventure and exploration resort. The area is home to the world´slargest population of Sea Eagles and the fishing is spectacular. To the north the horizon is dominated by the mountain-range of Lofoten.
Image Courtesy © Siggen Stinessen
- Architects: Stinessen Arkitektur
- Project: MANSHAUSEN ISLAND RESORT
- Location: Steigen, Norway
- Photography: Siggen Stinessen
Friday, June 5th, 2015
Article source: Hollmén Reuter Sandman Architects
Kilimanjaro Women Information Exchange and Consultancy Organization (KWIECO) was founded in 1987 in Moshi, Tanzania. It provides advice on legal, health, social and economic issues to women. The fundamental principle on which KWIECO policies are founded is the promotion of human rights, economic justice and gender equality by ensuring equal access to justice and equality for women and children.
Image Courtesy © JUHA ILONEN
- Architects: Hollmén Reuter Sandman Architects
- Project: KWIECO Shelter House
- Location: Moshi, Tanzania
- Photography: JUHA ILONEN
- Software used: Autocad light, Vectorworks, Rhinoceros, Brazil, Photoshop and Indesign.
Friday, March 20th, 2015
Article source: Barberio Colella ARC
Lanterns Sea Village is the attempt to transform a vision into architecture: light tetrahedral solids that hover over the sea, suspended in one point. This vision is not born of a whim, but of a necessity: the need to minimize the impact on a beautiful landscape such as Tarifa, providing temporary housing for surfers who inhabit the waters.
Image Courtesy © Barberio Colella ARC
- Architects: Barberio Colella ARC
- Project: Temporary housing for surfers
- Location: Tarifa, Spain
- Software used: Rhinoceros, Autocad, Vray, Rhino and Photohop
- Design team: Maurizio Barberio and Micaela Colella (Barberio Colella ARC)
Thursday, January 16th, 2014
Article source: TYIN tegnestue Architects
Klong Toey is currently the largest and oldest areas of informal dwellings in Bangkok. More than 140.000 people is estimated to live here, and most are living in sub-standard houses with few or no tenure rights or support from the government.
The area has great social challenges mostly due to the lack of public services like healthcare, affordable education, sanitation and electricity. An extensive drug problem greatly affects the social climate followed by high unemployment rates, violence and crime.
Image Courtesy © TYIN tegnestue Architects, The area becomes full of live and activity as soon as school is over for the day.
- Architects: TYIN tegnestue Architects ( Kasama Yamtree, Andreas Grøntvedt Gjertsen ,Yashar Hanstad, Jeanne-Francoise Fischer, Karoline Markus, Madeleine Johander, Paul la Tourelle, Nadia Müller, Wijitbusaba Marome )
- Project: Klong Toey Community Lantern
- Location: Bangkok, Thailand
- Client: Klong Toey Community
- Project: Public space
- Cost: 35.000 NOK / 4.500 EUR
- Building period: February 2011 – March 2011
- Area: 91 m2
- Built by: TYIN tegnestue with Students and Community
- Students: Natthanan Yeesunsri, Sarinee Kantana , Nuntiwatt Chomkhamsingha, Nantawan Tongwat , Supojanee Khlib ngern, Nattaporn Seekongplee , Sarin Synchaisuksawat , Nuchanart Klinjan , Panyada Sornsaree , Porawit Jitjuewong, Amornrat Theap-un, Ponjanat Ubolchay , Yaowalak Chanthamas , Boosarin khiawpairee , Praopanitnan Chaiyasang , Kritsana Srichoo, Mario Vahos , Carla Carvalho, Inês Correia , Sarah Louati , Pola Buske , Tabea Daeuwel , Johannes Drechsler , Lisa Gothling Alessa Hansen, Albert Hermann, Karl Naraghi , Alexander Neumer, Nandini Oehlmann, Fabian Wolf.
- Sponsors: LINK Arkitektur, RATIO Arkitekter AS
Thursday, March 15th, 2012
Article source: Rintala Eggertsson Architects
The Gjoevik Care Centre is an institution for juvenile asylum seekers. The centre provides shelter and safety for immigrants under the age of 15 and helps those of them who are struggling with traumatic experiences from famine and conflicts around the world. Our assignment was to create a refuge for the children which also could serve as a place for meaningful activities in their daily lives.
Image Courtesy Pasi Aalto
- Architects: Rintala Eggertsson Architects
- Project: Arboretum
- Location: Øverbyvegen 88-104, 2825 Gjøvik, Norway
- Architect Team: Vibeke Jenssen, Kaori Watanabe, Sami Rintala and Dagur Eggertsson
- Client: Public Construction and Property Management (Statsbygg), Tommy Pedersen
- User: Gjøvik Care Centre
- User representative: Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs (Bufetat), Anne-Beth Brekke, Geir Rune Nyhus and Kai Børresen
- Curator: Public Art Norway (KORO), Mette Kvandal and Per Henrik Svalastog
- Building team: Dagur Eggertsson, Julian Fors, Fabricio Ferreira Fernandes, Matthew Donnachie, Sölvi Magnússon, Kaori Watanabe and Vibeke Jenssen.
- Software used: AutoCad and Sketchup
Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011
Article source: Javier Larraz Andía, Architect
What the construction of the new Shelter Home for the Homeless offers, beyond satisfying the needs of shelter and food for the residents, is an opportunity for improving the quality of life of a socially excluded group, whose needs reach further than the simple fact of finding a place to sleep.
Image Courtesy Iñaki Bergera
- Architects: Javier Larraz Andía, Architect
- Project: Shelter Home for the Homeless
- Location: Pamplona. Navarra. España.
- Assistants: Belén Beguiristáin Lahuerta, Architect, Juan Miguel García Moreda, Architect,
- Consultants: Naven Ingeniería de Instalaciones, Atec Aparejadores, FS estructuras