Archive for the ‘Studio’ Category
Thursday, September 29th, 2016
Article source: PRAXiS d’ARCHITECTURE
A space for thinking, a living room, a party place….with a wall of light…
The given condition of the space was a two-story light steel frame structure glass box that is an annex to a brick storage building. It measures 35m from north to south and 5m from east to west. The west side is attached to the exterior brick wall of the storage and the east side faces a parking lot.
Image Courtesy © Jin Fengzhe
- Architects: PRAXiS d’ARCHITECTURE
- Project: Praxis d’ Studio Renovation
- Location: Chaoyang, Beijing, China
- Photography: Jin Fengzhe
- Designed by: Di Shaohua, Feng Jiancheng, Lu Dongxia, Liu Xing, Feng Shuxian
- Size: 300 sqm
- Time: 2013
- Status: Completed
Wednesday, September 28th, 2016
Article source: NUA Arquitectures
Tarragona, strategically located on a hill, has a close relationship with the Mediterranean. This geographical duality makes it possible to find such privileged places such as this studio, one of the few workplaces of the city with a sea view.
The aim of the project is to bring back the space used as storage for a long time and turn it into a wide and bright workplace.
The intervention was structured in three actions.
Image Courtesy © NUA Arquitectures
- Architects: NUA Arquitectures (Maria Rius, Arnau Tiñena, Ferran Tiñena)
- Project: NUA studio
- Location: Baixada de toro nº5, Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain
- General contractor: Baumester SL.
- Carpenter: Rels.
- Budget: 10.520€ (refurbishment: 5.444€, furniture: 5.076€)
- Area: 32m²
- Project year: 2015
Thursday, September 22nd, 2016
Article source: Walters Storyk Design Group (WSDG)
With a 12-year track record as one of the Philippines’ most creative sound and location recording company, WildSound Studios recently completed a world class Dolby Atmos® audio mixing studio for their film and video production clients. Accomplished recording engineers with multiple feature film and commercial credits, company owners Mike Idioma and Tony Tuviera found an ideal space in Quezon City’s Sampaguita Pictures Compound, and reached out to WSDG -Walters-Storyk Design Group to create a state-of-the-art mixing theater.
Image Courtesy © Walters Storyk Design Group (WSDG)
Sunday, September 18th, 2016
Article source: Marlies Rohmer Architects & Urbanists
Urban design In the Eastern Harbor Area, next to the KNSM and Java island lie Borneo and Sporenburg islands. West 8 (Adriaan Geuze) has created a very inspiring urban plan. The question for West 8 was how to create a water-city along the kilometers of 19th century harbor cays. West 8 did not solve this problem by attempting to subdue the scale with huge blocks, such as Jo Coenen has done on the KNSM island, nor by trying to reduce the scale by creating cross-canals, such as Sjoerd Soeters, but by repetition of a small scale.
Image Courtesy © Christian Richters
- Architects: Marlies Rohmer Architects & Urbanists
- Project: Housing Borneo island
- Location: Eastern Harbour Area, Borneo island, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Photography: Christian Richters, Scagliola en Brakkee and Bert Nienhuis
- Client: New Deal Amsterdam NL
- Design: Marlies Rohmer
- Team: Jan van Erven Dorens, Rob Hulst, Laurens Schuurkamp, Martin Koster
- Constructor: Advies & Enginering Intervam, Rijswijk NL
- Contractor: Intervam VOF (Intervam, Moes, Muwi)
- Cost: € 4.500.000,- excl. VAT
- Area: 8066 m2
- Design: 1997
- Completion: 1999-2000
Thursday, September 15th, 2016
Article source: Joan Miquel Seguí Architecture
The new swimming pool and the studio are built in the back of the courtyard of an existing house. The studio is a pure volume that flies over the pool, facing the existing house. The pool is proposed as a sheet of water at the same level as the terrace.
The swimming pool is finished with the same stone as the terrace, detailing the lights and pipe-ends so that they are invisible.
Image Courtesy © Laura Molina
Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016
Article source: v2com
The Terra Cotta Studio, located next to Thu Bon river in Dien Ban district of Quang Nam Province has a particular architectural structure. Noted for being the working space of renowned artist Le Duc Ha the studio is a beautiful art structure to engage in. The Thu Bon river holds a strong influence on the life of the local residents as a majority of people are dependent on agriculture along with a variety of traditional craft villages such as terra cotta, mat or silk.
Landscape, Image Courtesy © Oki Hiroyuki
- Architects: Tropical Space (Nguyen Hai Long, Tran Thi Ngu Ngon, Nguyen Anh Duc, Trinh Thanh Tu)
- Project: The Terra Cotta Studio
- Location: Dien Phuong, Dien Ban, Quang Nam Province
- Photography: Oki Hiroyuki
- Client: Le Duc Ha Terra Cotta
- Level: 02 (1 ground floor, 1 mezzanine)
- Site area: 49 m.sq
- Building area: 98 m.sq
- Year: 2016
Friday, July 29th, 2016
Article source: Project Orange
Foundry Mews is a surreptitious new-build, mixed-used development on a backland site in Barnes, West London. Tucked away behind a traditional range of shop buildings fronting Barnes High Street, the site was a long abandoned dilapidated MOT and car body repair workshop. The brief for this sensitive site was to create studios and housing. We chose to take the model of the artisan mews where studios and living space share an intimate courtyard setting. The linked gabled buildings use vernacular forms reminiscent of small-scale workshops. The scheme comprises six duplex dwellings above a plinth of studio workspaces with two additional units and an apartment in the gabled northern block. While the brick gables and slate roofs merge into the surrounding street-scape, contemporary screens formed within the brickwork gables shield terraces of the apartments. This unassuming addition to the neighbourhood is an essay in placemaking and offers a thoughtfully re-worked typology for so called ‘difficult’ sites.
Image Courtesy © Jack Hobhouse
- Architects: Project Orange
- Project: Foundry Mews
- Location: 58 Barnes High Street, Richmond, London, England
- Photography: Jack Hobhouse
- Software used: Vectorworks, SketchUp
- Client: Marston Properties
- Main Contractor: Charter Construction
- Project Manager & Quantity Surveyor: PHWarr
- Structural Engineer: Barnard & Associates
- Date completed: May 2016
Sunday, July 24th, 2016
Article source: Walters Storyk Design Group (WSDG)
When designing their “green” 5,000 sq. ft. Washington, DC-area Victorian home, Matt MacPhail and his wife, Ann Lyles MacPhail, were committed to using sustainable, efficient building techniques and materials. They also agreed on one rather unorthodox requirement: a professionally designed, acoustically superlative recording studio for their thriving audio production business, News At Eleven Productions. Located 22 feet below street level in the sub-basement of the MacPhails’ home, their new facility is called Undisclosed Location Studios, a tongue-in-cheek reference to its convenient proximity to the political power centers of downtown DC and the Pentagon.
ISO 1 towards CR, Image Courtesy © Cheryl Fleming Photography
Thursday, July 7th, 2016
Article source: UTAA
This ‘Cinema house’ is not only life space for client’s family but also work place for client who works on film PR. The site has level difference and it is facing a small park on the south. So client wants to capture this natural view and sunshine. Additionally, he needs simple and efficient circulation with modern concept.
Image Courtesy © Park sehwon
- Architects: UTAA
- Project: Cinema House
- Location: Jungni-dong, Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
- Photography: Park sehwon
- Architect in Charge: Kim Chang Gyun
- Design Team: Bae Young Sik, Jo Myung Sun, Kim Hye Jin
- Structure: Light –weight wood frame
- Site area: 447.90 m2
- Bldg. area: 80.01 m2
- Total floor area: 129.00 m2
- Year : 2016
Wednesday, July 6th, 2016
Article source: Coppin Dockray Architecture & Design
Ansty Plum is an architecturally significant house and studio in rural Wiltshire that has undergone an impressive retrofit and a bold studio extension.
It is a gem, consisting of two eloquent and imaginative buildings, commissioned in the 1960’s and ‘70’s by Roger Rigby, a former partner in Ove Arup’s office. The first is a one-bedroom house, designed by David Levitt and the second, a studio and garage designed by Peter and Alison Smithson.
Image Courtesy © Brotherton Lock & Rachael Smith
- Architects: Coppin Dockray Architecture & Design
- Project: ANSTY PLUM HOUSE + STUDIO
- Location: Ansty, WIltshire, England
- Photography: Brotherton Lock & Rachael Smith
- Software used: Vectorworks
- Client: Nico de Beer & Sandra Coppin
- Structural Engineer: Tall Engineers
- Lighting Design: Lightplan
- Contractor: JC Symonds
- Joinery: Westside Design
- Construction Cost: £240,000
- Completed: January 2015