Archive for the ‘space’ Category
Friday, September 29th, 2017
Article source: Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos
For the master plan of this project we considered a distribution with a clear structure able to support the company´s activities. Barry-Callebaut required an operative center with an academy, green house, relaxing area and open space offices in a single area.
Image Courtesy © Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos
Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017
Article source: Anacapa Architecture
We designed a dynamic, shared work environment located on Santa Barbara’s famous State Street, right in the heart of the entrepreneurial and non-profit community. We transformed a traditional, mission style building into an innovative, collaborative, impactful space for Santa Barbara’s insatiable start-up culture.
Image Courtesy © Anacapa Architecture
- Architects: Anacapa Architecture
- Project: Impact Hub
- Location: Santa Barbara, California, USA
- Software used: Autocad, Revit
Thursday, July 6th, 2017
Article source: Local 10 Arquitectura
The fact of showing so many products in such a small space, of course, is a matter to consider. This Stand was designed to be presented on one of the most important Construction Material Fair in Mexico. In this space, we can appreciate the way how materials were exposed on a versatile manner: multiplying, dividing, deconstructing.
Image Courtesy © Jorge Taboada Morón
- Architects: Local 10 Arquitectura (Arq. Diego Hernández)
- Project: Stan Aparadores
- Location: México
- Photography: Jorge Taboada Morón
- Dimensions: 15x30m = 450m²
- Year: 2016
Wednesday, June 7th, 2017
Article source: OpenScope Studio
The Yard is an early activation project at future site of a large mixed-use development project for the San Francisco Giants. Outdoor spaces provide venues for activities ranging from a beer garden to movie nights and yoga, while the repurposed shipping containers hold a range of vendors including local retailers and foodservice providers.
Image Courtesy © OpenScope Studio
- Architects: OpenScope Studio
- Project: The Yard at Mission Rock
- Location: AT&T Park Lot A San Francisco, California, USA
- Project Size: 18,000 GSF
- Software used: Autodesk Revit
Sunday, February 19th, 2017
Article source: Guillaume Pelletier Architecte
Canards Maurel-Coulombe is an artisanal farm that produces the finest Foie Gras in Quebec.
The clients wanted to create a space where customers could have a total gourmet experience of duck foie gras. Like a Japanese tea room, this project is a space where art, nature, tradition & gastronomy becomes one. The contemporary exterior screen porch is an extension of an old traditional wooden house. The wood timber structure is placed in a way to make a visual connection between the farm and the products boutique. The tasting room faces the landscape from where you can see the ducks in the field. By night, the screen porch becomes a lantern.
Image Courtesy © Saul Rosales
- Architects: Guillaume Pelletier Architecte
- Project: Moustiquaire Maurel-Coulombe
- Location: Saint-Jean-de-Matha, Quebec, Canada
- Photography: Saul Rosales
- Software used: Autocad and SketchUp
- Construction: Dominic Heneault
- Gross Built Area: 256 ft2
- Completion Year: 2016
Wednesday, February 15th, 2017
Article source: ZOOCO Estudio
ENXEBRE is the new space that has been created after rehabilitating some adjoining units of the restaurant Atrapallada, in Madrid.
The task is to create a multipurpose space that can be divided to accommodate groups of diners of different sizes.
In order not to lose depth or create a fragmented space, two series of sliding doors are arranged as string lattices that limit space but allow visibility.
Image Courtesy © Imagen Subliminal
- Architects: ZOOCO Estudio (Miguel Crespo Picot, Javier Guzmán Benito, Sixto Martín Martínez)
- Project: ENXEBRE
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Photography: Imagen Subliminal
- Software used: Autocad and Rhinoceros
- Collaborator: María Larriba Hombrados, Alejandro Cortizo
- Interior design: ZOOCO Estudio
- Project manager: ZOOCO Estudio
- Lighting project: ZOOCO Estudio
Friday, January 20th, 2017
Article source: 9cm
This project located next to Hong-ik University, in Seogyo-dong Seoul, has the art department of reputation. So young artists have settled their small studios in old houses along with the university streets, and influenced arts, design, architecture, literature, and more. Then this town became a huge space for cultural exchange of young people and this activity changed old buildings into a brand new or unique remodeled buildings to fit artists’ lifestyle.
Image Courtesy © Yousub Song
- Architects: 9cm
- Project: Full Metal Jacket – Old House Renovation
- Location: Seogyo-DONG, Mapo-GU, Seoul, Korea
- Photography: Yousub Song
- Architect and construction manager: 9cm
- Construction: 9cm
- Team: Ahn Chulmin, Koo Junghwan, Lee Sangyoon, Namgoong Yong
- Architecture area: 221.63 m2
Friday, January 20th, 2017
Article source: jantzen studio
Free-Space Is A Pre-Fabricated, Modular, System Of Components That Can Be Assembled, Disassembled, And Reassembled Into Many Different Configurations, In Order To Create Many Different Kinds Of Structures. These Structures Can Be Used As Very Functional Places Such As Pavilions, Or They Can Be Developed Into Various Kinds Of Non-Functional Sculptures. All Of The Structures Can Be Made From Bolting Together Two Panel Types. Both Panel Types Are Curved To An Eleven Foot Radius And Are Four Feet Wide, And Eight Feet Long. Each Of Them Is Made From Three Curved Steel Pipe Frames, Which Are Connected Together With A Series Of Wood Slats. The Slatted Panels Can Be Bolted Together End To End In Either A Horizontal Or Vertical Orientation. If The Panels Intersect Anywhere In The Structure, They Can Also Be Bolted Together At That Intersection. If The Panels Are Used To Create More Functional Structures Like This Shade Pavilion, Solar Panels Can Be Attached To The Curved Slatted Panels (In The Appropriate Location) In Order To Provide Solar Electric Power For Use In And Around The Pavilion. A Personal Shade Pavilion Is Shown Here With A Solar Panel Attached To One Of The Curved Slatted Panels. A Storage Cylinder, Two Lounge Chairs, A Dinning Table, And A Hammock, Are Placed Under The Shade Canopy For Use As A Special Summer Retreat Place.
Image Courtesy © jantzen studio
Wednesday, December 28th, 2016
Article source: Fumihiko Sano／studio PHENOMENON
Walking down a street off Kawahara-Gojo in Kyoto, you will find an old Japanese-style house. The house is over a hundred years old, built in the Meiji era. Giyōfū architecture was the method the master-carpenter applied, copying Western architecture but using Japanese traditional wooden techniques. After being used as print shop and furniture store over the decades, the house was renovated to a co-working space called “MATERIAL KYOTO”.
Image Courtesy © Tadanobu Omote
- Architects: Fumihiko Sano／studio PHENOMENON
- Project: MTRL Kyoto
- Location: 554 Honshiogama-cho,Shimogyo-ku,Kyoto-city,Kyoto,600-8411,Japan
- Photography: Tadanobu Omote
- Construction: Kansai Reform Institute
- Structure: Wood
- Site area: 201.91 m²
- Building area: 162.79 m²
total floor area : 386.05 m²(1F+2F+3F)
- Completion: 5/2016