Archive for the ‘Studio’ Category
Thursday, September 26th, 2013
Article source: Pott Architects
In between city and airport in the north of Hamburg an existing industrial building complex has been transformed into a think centre for emerging creative companies. The existing site with the courtyard and nearby park has gained a new cubature. Main task of the project was the revitalisation of the old industrial spaces to create a symbiosis between old and new under ecological aspects.
Image Courtesy © Sebastian Treytnar
- Architects: Pott Architects
- Project: Studio Lofts
- Location: Hamburg, Germany
- Photography: Sebastian Treytnar
- Completion: 2011
- Client: ABB Studiolofts
- Size: 3,200 sqm
Wednesday, September 25th, 2013
Article source: MARK DZIEWULSKI ARCHITECT
The owner wished to create a tranquil and sheltered environment from which to enjoy a rich natural landscape and spectacular river views. The single interior space has a complex program, it is a combination of office, art studio, flexible living space and gallery in which to show a rotating display of pieces from the owner’s extensive sculpture and painting collection.
Image Courtesy © Keith Cronin
- Architects: MARK DZIEWULSKI ARCHITECT
- Project: Lakeside Studio
- Location: California, U.S.A
- Photography: Keith Cronin
- Program: Garden pavilion to be used as a painting studio, office, display space for art and for entertainment. 1,200 square feet.
- Objective: To create a harmonious environment for painting, entertaining and enjoying the exterior landscape and river views.
- Context: Natural landscape with spectacular views over a man made lake and the American River
- American Institute of Architects Design Award
- Pacific Coast Builders Award
- Sculptural piece set in harmony with lake and landscape.
- Creates tranquil environment to live/work surrounded by nature.
Thursday, September 19th, 2013
Article source: KNOWSPACE / Erhard An-He Kinzelbach
Two renowned Chinese painters decide to move to the outskirts of Beijing to the artist village Songzhuang in order to live and work in the quiet countryside and in the neighborhood of many fellow artists. The design for the studio houses departs from the traditional Chinese Courtyard House Type – not so much in terms of its representation or construction principles, but more in terms of aspects of its spatial performance, namely shelter (shielded outdoor space within the structure and figure), introversion (all openings open towards the inside, not towards the street), degrees of privacy (gradated levels of privacy through the succession of courtyards), orientation (main living spaces with south orientation).These are examined and translated into an architectural Prototype that reconciled 3 different juxtapositions: the inside and the outside, the working and the living, the individual and the collective.
Image Courtesy © KNOWSPACE / Erhard An-He Kinzelbach
- Architects: KNOWSPACE / Erhard An-He Kinzelbach
- Project: ARTIST STUDIOS
- Location: SONGZHUANG, BEIJING, CHINA
- Photography: KNOWSPACE / Erhard An-He Kinzelbach
- Client: private
- Stucture, MEP: Cao Shanghui
- Site supervision: Qin Lichao
- Gross area: 1.488 m2
- Site area: 1.314 m2
- Status: Completion 2013
Friday, September 13th, 2013
Article source: RAUM
Located in the peninsula of Quiberon, the project of 4 units set up the conditions for a variable seasonal co-habitation with the proposal of two homes and two adjoining studios to rent one or more entities for one familiy or more.
This proposition generates a square of 16m x 16m, a small urbanity to take advantage of private or shared outdoor spaces to stay connected while ensuring their privacy.
Image Courtesy © Audrey Cerdan
- Architects: RAUM
- Project: 2 Houses & 2 Studios
- Location: Quiberon, France
- Photography: Audrey Cerdan
- Client: Private
- Program: 2 houses & 2 studios for summer vacation
- Area: 230 m2
- Date: 2013
Tuesday, August 27th, 2013
Article source: Robert Hutchison Architecture
This small 2-story art studio replaces an even smaller, uninsulated, structurally unsound, rat-infested 2-car garage. Through the use of a cantilevered concrete slab and cantilevered wood framing, the studio “pops out” in two directions to maximize usable floor area while reusing the original garage foundation.
Image Courtesy © Robert Hutchison Architecture
Sunday, August 25th, 2013
Article source: Annvil
A modern and professional `SPOT studios` is the first photo studio in Latvia, which has created a water studio. It`s located inside Panorama Plaza, multifunctional building complex.
‘Light’ is the starting point for the design concept, to connect the interior with the company’s branding concept. The interior emphasizes the presence of light in various forms. As the studio has no direct access to daylight, designer used different lighting and shapes – robust spotlights, tube lights, light bulb strings and daylight bulbs – to achieve a dynamic light flow.
Image Courtesy © Jurijs Vahrusevs
- Architects: Annvil
- Project: SPOT studios
- Location: Riga, Latvia
- Photography: Jurijs Vahrusevs
- Designer: Anna Butele
- Development: Olga Ponomarjova
- Date: February, 2013
- Area: 269 m2
Wednesday, July 24th, 2013
Article source: DSDHA
The Alex Monroe Studio, Snowsfields is a new jewellery studio, sited within a stone’s throw of The Shard in the Bermondsey Conservation Area, providing a showcase for Alex’s growing international business. Consisting of a handcrafted 3-storey addition to an existing Edwardian single-storey shop front, the building provides workshop and studio space, alongside a boutique store, with meeting and dining spaces on the upper levels as well as a roof terrace with views towards London Bridge. The new building operates as a bespoke ‘bookend’ to the original terrace, creating a strong prow that completes the street frontage. The design maintains the continuity of the shop fronts, whilst the additional floors form a separate metal clad volume that sits lightly above.
Image Courtesy © Dennis Gilbert
- Architects: DSDHA
- Project: Alex Monroe Studio
- Location: Snowsfields, South London
- Photography: Dennis Gilbert
- Client: Alex Monroe
- Contractor: Neilcott Construction Limited
- Structural Engineer: Structure Workshop
- Services Engineer: Con-Serv Limited
- Quantity Surveyor: Robert Martell & Partners
- Facade Consultant: Procare
Saturday, July 6th, 2013
Article source: Arup Associates
The new wind turbine completes Sky Studios, Sky’s state-of-the-art broadcasting centre. BSkyB’s brief for a world-leading, genuinely sustainable HQ challenged Arup Associates to capture every viable natural resource on the London site and to radically minimise energy use throughout. It is the most sustainable facility of its type in the world.
Image Courtesy © Simon Kennedy
- Architects: Arup Associates
- Project:Sky Studios Wind Turbine
- Location: London, England
- Photography: Simon Kennedy, Christian Richters
- Software used: Tekla, Revit, ADAMS & GSA
Friday, May 10th, 2013
Article source: Nico van der Meulen Architects
This residence in a leafy Johannesburg suburb was designed by Nico van der Meulen, founder of Nico van der Meulen Architects in 1986, on a 2000sq.m sub-division and completed in 1987 for his family, but also to use as his studio, as at that time he just started his own practice and decided to work from his home.
Image Courtesy Nico van der Meulen Architects
Thursday, May 9th, 2013
Article source: Lugerin Architects
The purpose of redevelopment standard studio apartment with total area of 56 square meters is to combine the kitchen and living room into one multifunctional space. All basic necessary for living areas are compact housed: a kitchen, a dining room, a bedroom and a relaxation area with a sofa.
Image Courtesy Lugerin Architects