Archive for the ‘Studio’ Category
Friday, August 29th, 2014
Article source: Safdie Rabines Architects
The studio project is for two artists wishing to create a new work space while minimizing the impact of any new construction on the natural landscape of their property. The studio is located to the rear of their home, connecting it to a beautiful portion of the site which prior to the addition was inaccessible.
Image Courtesy © Artists’ Studio
Architects: Safdie Rabines Architects
Project: Artists’ Studio Bridge
Location: San Diego, United States
Photography: Artists’ Studio (more…)
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014
Article source: Nicolas Tye Architects
Set down in a stretching landscape the new studio, its materiality subtle – muted, its form rooted in simplicity – emblematic of modern design, is a controlled gesture, gently resting in the countryside, forming an expression of our ideology.
Image Courtesy © Nicolas Tye Architects
Friday, July 18th, 2014
Article source: Proctor and Matthews Architects
Winner – RIBA National Award 2014, Winner – ‘Richard Fielden Award’ Housing Design Awards, Winner – Best Housing Project, Brick Awards 2013, Winner Galvanizing Awards, ‘Architecture in Detail’
Hargood Close is a supported housing scheme in Colchester, (for vulnerable people in need of emergency temporary accommodation) providing a mix of apartments including studios, one and two bedroom dwellings, as well as family houses. The brief called for a mix of dwelling types that would provide more flexible options to help staff respond to the differing living requirements of changing tenants. In addition the brief specified improved space for both onsite and visiting staff, communal space, meeting rooms and a secure children’s play area.
Image Courtesy © Proctor and Matthews Architects
- Architects: Proctor and Matthews Architects
- Project: Hargood Close
- Location: Essex, UK
- Client: Family Mosaic
- Contract value: £3.4 Million
- Project status: Completed April 2014
Wednesday, July 9th, 2014
Article source: POP-ARQ
Pop-Arq is an Argentinean branch of Supersudaca. At Supersudaca, and most of all with the Chilean architect Juan Pablo Corvalán, we developed the ‘mueblenstein’ concept, a mixture between furniture and Frankenstein. Those are objects that resolve several problems at a time by adding functions. In reduced or complex spaces, sometimes a single object can solve the whole architectural demand and linking functions not related.
Image Courtesy © Albano García
- Architects: POP-ARQ
- Project: Eloisa Iturbe Studio
- Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Photography: Albano García
- Interior and patio: 150m2
- Ironworks and carpentry: Amoblarq – Daniel Mendez
- Metal carpentry: Luso Metal SRL
- Gardening: Guido Leveratto
- Estructural engineer: Diego Vizzón
- Project & direction: Max Zolkwer
- Team: Renata Sinkevic, Daiki Nakagawa, Cecilia Álvarez Raso.
Sunday, June 29th, 2014
Article source: Cassion Castle Architects
Cassion Castle Architects were commissioned to design this multi-purpose structure next to a former farmhouse in Hampshire. The client, product designer Tom Lloyd, wanted a timber building that could fulfill a series of basic functions as a studio, workshop, garage or storeroom. More importantly, he saw an opportunity to combine architecture and timber craftsmanship to create a simple yet beautiful building that would enhance its setting and complement his home. Tom commissioned Cassion Castle Architects in October 2011 and was closely involved in all aspects of the design.
Image Courtesy © Kilian O’Sullivan
- Architects: Cassion Castle Architects and Tom Lloyd
- Project: Long Sutton Studio
- Location: Hampshire
- Photography: Kilian O’Sullivan
- Client: Tom Lloyd
- Main contractor: Cassion Castle Architects
- Structural engineer: Structure Workshop
- Timber frame: Kingston Craftsmen
- Roofing: Fleet Roofing
Sunday, June 15th, 2014
Article source: Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter
Read Nest is a small prefab studio box designed as a detached unit in connection with a private holiday home in Northern Sealand.
Despite the small size the Read Nest is designed for both sleeping and working.
Image Courtesy © Thomas mandrup-poulsen
- Architects: Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter
- Project: Read Nest
- Location: Asserbo, Denmark
- Photography: Thomas mandrup-poulsen and Torben eskerod
- Area: 9,8 m2
- Client: Private
- Status: Built 2007
- Awards: Nominated for World Architecture Festival 2009
Thursday, June 12th, 2014
Article source: 70°N arkitektur
XBO is a 12m long, 3,2m wide and 3,5m high unit that unfolded provides comfortable living in any location or contextual impact. All you have to do is to open it up and start living. The structure consists of two parts that can be pulled apart, revealing a 7m long protected garden that again might be opened to the surroundings.
Image Courtesy © 70°N arkitektur
- Architects: 70°N arkitektur
- Project: XBO Mobile Structure
- Photography: 70°N arkitektur, Bent Raanes and Sarah Cameron Sørensen and Rune Stoltz Bertinussen
Thursday, May 22nd, 2014
Article source: WSDG
In developing a NYC flagship site for live and on-demand, indoor spinning classes, the Peloton brain trust recognized the need for a cutting edge video broadcast studio for the streaming element of their visionary program. Company co-founders, CEO, John Foley, COO, Tom Cortese and Marion Roaman, (an indoor cycling pioneer), engaged Walters-Storyk Design Group for the acoustic and isolation design of a broadcast-quality production facility with studio lighting and systems integration. The resulting Production Control Room (PCR) and 60-bike TV Studio is a key component of the 8000 square foot complex. Located at 140 West 23rd Street in NYC, Peloton Chelsea also features spa-quality ambience, a refreshment lounge and, a sports fashion retail shop.
Image Courtesy © Eric Hwang
- Acoustics: WSDG
- Project: PELOTON’S FLAGSHIP NYC SPINNING CENTER
- Location: NYC, U.S.A
- Photography: Eric Hwang, WSDG
Thursday, May 22nd, 2014
Article source: Fox Johnston Architects
Architecture + contemporary culture
Built in 1940 as Paramount Studio’s commercial offices, this dilapidated yet iconic Art Deco building was extensively redesigned and restored by architects Fox Johnston over a nine year period.
The building was then given an exciting new commercial & creative life by Barton and McCarthy, working with Don Cameron and Fearns Studio.
Image Courtesy © Simon Wood
- Architects: Fox Johnston Architects (Barton and McCarthy, Don Cameron and Fearns Studio)
- Project: The Paramount Studios Building
- Location: Surry Hills, Australia
- Photography: Simon Wood
- Category: Heritage/Creative Adaptation, Commercial
- Client: Citadin
- Builder: Artechne
- Heritage: Urbis
- Structural: TTW
Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
Article source: EOA/Elmslie Osler Architect
The new offices of the Paris based digital photo retouching studio B’Pong were designed to help launch their presence in New York City. The entry space and central conference area are wrapped in stacked homasote, to create a sense of mass and weight, a counterpoint to the light coming from skylights above. The workspace beyond is accessed through a door in the mass and reveals glowing workstations. These are encased in corrugated resin and perforated metal screen, creating a moiré effect around the desks.
Image Courtesy © EOA/Elmslie Osler Architect