Archive for the ‘Street’ Category
Thursday, February 9th, 2017
Article source: Debarre Duplantiers Associés Architecture & Paysage
Meeting point between the high mountains of the Pyrenees and the Landes forest, the southern coast of Anglet combines exceptional geography in a premium urban situation.
It is the true gateway to the city from its chic neighbor Biarritz.
Nightime view on to the promenade beach, Image Courtesy © Arthur Péquin
- Architects: Debarre Duplantiers Associés Architecture & Paysage
- Project: Anglet South Coastline
- Location: Anglet, France
- Photography: Yohan Zerdoun and Arthur Péquin
- Client: City of Anglet
- Design team: Anouk Debarre Landscape Architect, Martin Duplantier Architect, Anton Yon Olano lighting designer
- Enterprises executor:
- DUBOS + EUROVIA – Structural works and installation furnitures
- GUICHARD – Plantation lot
- COREBA – lighting lot
- HOURCADE – Framing lot
- BOBION et JOANIE – Water works
- Cost: 4 M€
- Number of trees insert in a project:
- Trees stems: 246 units
- Shrubs: 1689 units
- Annual and perennial grasses: 3605 units
- Dimensional datum: 38 000 sqm
- Crhonology: 2011 (Winner of the Design Competition) – 2013 (Completed works)
Saturday, October 29th, 2016
Article source: Foster + Partners
The re-imagining of Apple Regent Street in London marks the continuing evolution of Apple, going beyond retail to create richer, more dynamic experiences for visitors. Its innovative design creates a relaxed environment, while incorporating Apple’s new features and services. The design is the result of a close collaboration between Apple’s teams led by Jonathan Ive, chief design officer and Angela Ahrendts, senior vice president of Retail and Foster + Partners.
Image Courtesy © Nigel Young
- Architects: Foster + Partners
- Project: Reimagined Apple Regent Street
- Location: London, England
- Photography: Nigel Young
Wednesday, October 26th, 2016
Article source: v2com
IMAGO is the winning entry of the City of Montreal’s two-phase competition entitled ‘Vivre le chantier Sainte-Cath!’. St. Catherine Street, an important commercial artery in downtown Montreal is undergoing a four-year infrastructure improvement plan along several blocks, including underground infrastructure upgrades, incorporation of new public transit systems and increasing pedestrian sidewalk area and access. The project seeks to ameliorate the streetscape’s overall appeal, improve its functioning and promote economic growth over the long term. During the construction different segments of the street will be closed to car traffic, however pedestrian traffic and access to all stores will remain functioning. It is inevitable that this period of transformation will have an impact on people’s daily routine and the operation of the city.
IMAGO, Image Courtesy © KANVA
- Architects: KANVA
- Project: Vivre le Chantier Sainte-Cath
- Location: Montréal, Canada
- Client: City of Montreal
- Structural Engineers: Blackwell
- Civil Engineering: Alta Construction
- Branding: Bruce Mau Design
- Lighting Consultant: Lightfactor
- Team of experts on Montreal History: Paul-André Linteau, Susan Bronson, Gabrielle Mathieu
Sunday, October 23rd, 2016
Article source: Turf Design Studio
Kensington Street is the vision of Greencliff Executive Chairman Dr Stanley Quek and Frasers Property Australia, first defined in Central Park’s 2007 public domain plan and further advanced by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer and Turf Design Studio in collaboration with Jeppe Aagaard Andersen.
Image Courtesy © Simon Wood
- Architects: Turf Design Studio (with Jeppe Aagaard Andersen)
- Project: Kensington Street
- Location: Kensington Street, Broadway, Chippendale, NSW, Australia
- Photography: Ana Ouriques, Giselle Morris, Instagrammer skim, Kensington Street, Kiera Zhy, Mike Horne, Natalie Haylla, David Clare, Jugernauts, Kensington Street Social, Mitch Lui, Nikki To, Simon Wood, Sunil Gopinath, Wilhelm Tan, First Light Photography, Amanda Davenport, Genola De Jong, Instagrammer Peiwen K
- Client: Greencliff and Frasers Property Australia
- Authority: City of Sydney
- Landscape Architects: Turf Design Studio in collaboration with Jeppe Aagaard Andersen
- Collaborating Architects: Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, Paul Davies & Associates
- Project Cost: $3.7 million
- Completion Date: September 2015
Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015
Article source: B.E Architecture
A stacked rectilinear form, Bass Street Residence uses a series of subtly angled walls in opposing directions so the building composition creates a slight sense of tension between the property’s two key outlooks.
Image Courtesy © B.E Architecture
- Architects: B.E Architecture
- Project: Bass Street Residence
- Location: Melbourne, Australia
- Software used: Revit and CAD
Sunday, February 23rd, 2014
Article source: arkitektgruppen cubus
Pedestrian street and Amphitheatre
1st price in the idea competition with subsequent design of streets and spaces for all Geilo focusing on common platforms and low car use.
In October 2013 the pedestrian shopping street and amphitheatre was completed as a result of the design Plan. Arkitektgruppen Cubus AS made the plan and was responsible for the detailed design and construction supervision of the facility.
Image Courtesy © arkitektgruppen cubus
- Architects: arkitektgruppen cubus
- Project: Geilo center
- Amphitheatre: Area approximately 1000m2. Finished 4th October 2013.
- The pedestrian: Area 3 – 4000m2. Finished in October In 2012. Little Castle RoadArea approximately 4000m2. Finished in October 2013.
- Project Landscape: Axel Sømme.
- Project Build: Cato Mørner .
- Haltenbank as, Graphic Design: Truls Indrearne
- Client: Hol Municipality.
Sunday, November 24th, 2013
Article source: Teresa Sapey
Every single year, Madrid council asks some of the most important designers, architects or courtiers to make designs for Madrid’s streets. Teresa Sapey was asked to conceive Serrano Street’s Christmas lighting.
Placed in one of the most luxurious neighbourhoods in Madrid, Serrano Street is well known for the high fashion designer’s shops. It seemed to be a very difficult task, but Teresa thought this was a very good chance to lighten up the street using very colourful and geometric designs. Her aim was to the grey and cold Serrano into a warm place, filled with colour.
Image Courtesy © Teresa Sapey Estudio de Arquitectura
Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013
Article source: Morgan Maiolie
This project looks at what makes Boise unique and builds upon those elements to create a cultural district that promotes Boise as a place. The Boise 8th Street Cultural District design embraces sustainability as a form generator. Green roofs, downtown agriculture, solar access, and responsible water use combined to form the project. The district’s highest priority is to be of and for Boise, because there is nothing more sustainable than a beautiful, lively, city where people will want to walk, bike, create, and live.
After Grove : Image courtesy Morgan Maiolie
- Architects: Morgan Maiolie
- Project: Boise 8th Street Cultural District
- Location: Boise, Idaho, USA
- Software used: Google Sketchup, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator