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QueensCare Health Centers in East Los Angeles by RBB Architects Inc

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Article source: RBB Architects Inc

Consolidated Contracting Services, Inc., a leading Southern California commercial builder, has construction under way for a new 24,000-square-foot QueensCare Health Centers (QHC) facility in East Los Angeles, located at 4816 E. 3rd Street, Los Angeles, Calif. 90022.

Image Courtesy © RBB Architects Inc

  • Architects: RBB Architects Inc
  • Project: QueensCare Health Centers
  • Location: East Los Angeles, U.SA
  • Civil engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers
  • Electrical engineer: N A Cohen Group, Encino
  • Environmental engineer: Applied Earth Sciences, Los Angeles, is the
  • Landscape Architects: Carter Romanek
  • Software used: Autodesk Revit

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Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law in Brisbane, Australia by Architectus

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Article source: Architectus

The Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law have opened to much acclaim. The building is a radical departure from traditional court design. It exhibits a high degree of transparency and lightness appropriate to the expression of contemporary justice and to its sub-tropical locale.

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  • Architects: Architectus
  • Project: Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law
  • Location: Brisbane, Australia
  • Client: Department of Public Works, Queensland Government
  • Approx. Value: $570m
  • Floor Area: 64 000m2
  • Completion: 2012
  • Software used: REVIT, Autocad, Adobe Photoshop and Indesign

Awards

  • 2013 AIA State Award
  • Public Buildings Category

The Kalamazoo Nature Center Camp in Michigan

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

KALAMAZOO, Mich. – One of the country’s older nature-based day camps has undergone a significant facilities makeover to enhance its mission to provide safe experiences that allow children to grow into active and respectful community members through exploration of the natural world.

Image Courtesy © Curt Clayton

  • Project: The Kalamazoo Nature Center Camp
  • Location: Michigan
  • Photography: Curt Clayton
  • Software Used: Revit

The project team

  • Co-master planner, design architect: Lord, Aeck & Sargent, Inc. (Ann Arbor, Mich. office)
  • Co-master planner, landscape architect: The Johnson Hill Land Ethics Studio (Ann Arbor)
  • Architect of record, consulting engineer (structural, civil and MEP/FP): Byce & Associates (Kalamazoo, Mich.)
  • Construction manager: Miller-Davis Company (Kalamazoo, Mich.)

Bent and Sliced House in Springfield, Missouri by Hufft Projects

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Article source: Hufft Projects

Representing the second take on the originally proposed “Bent House”, the “Bent and Sliced House” incorporates the original concept of bending the home to accommodate the curving slope of the site. Furthermore, the idea of slicing and unfolding the home in a manner similar to Japanese Origami is introduced to create clerestories allowing opportunities for daylighting and natural ventilation.

Image Courtesy © Mike Sinclair

  • Architects: Hufft Projects
  • Project: Bent and Sliced House
  • Location: Springfield, Missouri
  • Photography: Mike Sinclair
  • Completion Date: December 2008
  • Size: 6,245 sf
  • Scope: Private Residence – New Construction, Architecture, Interior Design, Sustainable Consultation
  • Software used: Revit and Sketchup

CORE in Joplin, Missouri by Q4 Architects

Friday, October 18th, 2013

Article source: Q4 Architects

CORE recently won first prize in the AIA Designing Recovery design competition for the Joplin, Missouri site.

Designed by Q4 Architects, CORE in Joplin, MO is designed to address the local vernacular by combining two single-cell homes: a centrally located \”Safe House\” acts as the hearth and divides a \”Perimeter House\”. The Safe House contains all of the functions of ‘home’ that are necessary for a family to recover quickly from disaster and live for an extended period of time until rebuilding is possible.

Image Courtesy © Q4 Architects

  • Architects: Q4 Architects
  • Project: CORE
  • Location: Joplin, Missouri
  • Software used: Autocad, Revit, and the Adobe Creative Suite

Casa das Artes in Miranda do Corvo, Portugal by Future Architecture Thinking

Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

Article source: Future Architecture Thinking

The Casa das Artes (House of the Arts) in Miranda do Corvo expresses the meetingbetween two identities, rural and urban, in a landscape marked by the Lousã Mountains.

Image Courtesy © João Morgado

  • Architects: Future Architecture Thinking
  • Project: Casa das Artes
  • Location: Miranda do Corvo, Portugal
  • Photography: João Morgado
  • Client: Municipalityof Miranda do Corvo
  • Area: 2.360 sqm
  • Project Team: Architect Miguel Correia, Architect Cláudia Campos, Architect SérgioCatita, ArchitectPatríciade Carvalho, Architect Miguel Cabral, Architect Margarida Magro, Architect Sara Gonçalves, Architect Telmo Maia, Architect Gabriel Santos, ArchitectHilárioAbril, Engineer José Pico, Landscape Architect Sara Távora
  • Builder: TECNORÉM – Engenharia e Construções, S.A.
  • Year: 2010 /2013
  • Software used: REVIT, Autocad and 3DS MAX

GREEN GREENBERG GREEN HOUSE by NEW THEME

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

Article source: NEW THEME 

The design for this two-story house emerged from the site constraints, program and view. The shape and orientation is designed for maximum exposure to the prevailing winds at strategic locations, which facilitate the building’s ability to use natural ventilation. The form of the building gently fits a large program onto the awkwardly-shaped site by using the site’s unusual form: shifts and movements of the site are used to enhance daylight and natural air flow distribution.

Image Courtesy © Alen Lin

  • Architects: NEW THEME
  • Project: GREEN GREENBERG GREEN HOUSE
  • Principal and the Designer: Beth Holden
  • Photography: Alen Lin, Ethan Pines
  • Software used: Autocad and Revit

ART[house] by TACKarchitects

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Article source: TACKarchitects 

ART[house] at its core attempts to blur the boundaries between interior and exterior environments, while creating a sophisticated canvas in which the owner can display their extensive art collection.  The design finds inspiration from the work of Richard Neutra, and some of his more notable projects such as the Kaufmann House.

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  • Architects: TACKarchitects
  • Project: ART[house]
  • Software used: Rhino, 3D-Studio Max and Revit

Corix Water Systems by Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

Article source: Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

This 78,000sf steel frame and concrete tilt panel facility provides manufacturing, warehouse and office space for the tenant, Corix Water Systems and Utilities.

Designed in response to a significantly sloping site, the main entrance and office floor is raised above the street level permitting a high quality of street-front expression while maintaining a low profile consistent with the neighbourhood context.

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

The entrance plaza and canopy, detailed in concrete, steel, glass and cedar dominate the visual expression of the street-front elevation and set a tone that is more professional in appearance than industrial as one would expect in a development of this type. Adjacent to the entry canopy, a carefully considered composition of glazed slot monitor windows complete the street front elevation, permitting natural light to the warehouse and breaking down the scale of the street-facing north wall. The varied roof lines of these elements helps to further reduce the scale and visual bulk that is typical in industrial warehouse buildings.

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Below the office level is the Shop Floor, anchored by a 17,000sf manufacturing shop, contractor warehouse, storage warehouse, offices and grade level access to loading and receiving bays at the south and east yards. Adjacent to the central circulation and elevator core, a suite of feature spaces including testing labs, assembly rooms and geothermal centre are arranged to facilitate tours and to showcase the varied products and systems manufactured by Corix.

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Image Courtesy © Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Trade-union, Det Faglige Hus in Esbjerg, Denmark by Arkitema Architects

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

Article source: Arkitema Architects

Between the highways leading to Esbjerg and Esbjerg Airport, the house of the Danish trade-union, Det Faglige Hus, will rise as a dynamic domicile. It will look like a parked jet.

Image Courtesy © Thomas Mølvig

  • Architects: Arkitema Architects
  • Project: Trade-union, Det Faglige Hus
  • Location: Esbjerg, Denmark
  • Photography: Thomas Mølvig
  • Software used: AutoCAD and Revit
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