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Chapel in The Woods in Parma, Italy by Studio Zermani e Associati

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Article source: Studio Zermani e Associati

The project creates a place of prayer closely connected to the existing reality in the historic hilly landscape of the route of the pilgrimage of the Romea road, still marked by the thirteenth-century stone sundial engraved on the wall of the ancient hospitale of Casa Faggi, located nearby.

Image Courtesy Mauro Davoli

  • Architects: Studio Zermani e Associati
  • Project: Chapel in The Woods
  • Location: Parma, Italy
  • Architect: Paolo Zermani, with Eugenio Tessoni
  • Year: 2012
  • Collaborator: Emanuele Ghisi
  • Photos by: Mauro Davoli
  • Software used: Nemetschek Allplan

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Hall Rowers Moto Guzzi in Province of Lecco, Italy by Act Romegialli Studio Di Architettura

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

Article source: Act Romegialli Studio Di Architettura

The volume is distributed in two separate pavilions, adjacent but with slightly staggered locations  for breaking its total volume.The shape of the buildings is typical of simple construction with a pitched roof, the archetype of the “house.” It’s composed by n.1 deposit for rowing boats n.1 training-room and n.1 multifunctional room.

Image Courtesy Marcello Mariana

  • Architects: Act Romegialli Studio Di Architettura
  • Project: Hall Rowers Moto Guzzi
  • Location: Mandello del Lario, Province of Lecco, Italy
  • Typology: Pavillion for sport activities
  • Design Team: act_romegialli, Gianmatteo Romegialli, Angela Maria Romegialli, Erika Gaggia architects
  • Client: Mandello del  Lario Town Council
  • Area: 330+190 mq
  • Charge: 2010
  • Completion of work: 2011
  • Costs: euro 380.059,48
  • Photo: Marcello Mariana
  • Software used: Vectorworks

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Youthclub ‘t Excuus in Kortenberg, Belgian by AST 77 Architecten

Friday, January 11th, 2013

Article source: AST 77 Architecten

Starting from the intent to upgrade the existing backside of an existing building and the desire to cluster all youth activities in the municipal community of Kortenberg, the choice was made to build a new youth center above the existing storage spaces of the cultural center Columba. This location was also much better situated than the current location of the youth center.

Image Courtesy © Steven Massart

  • Architects: AST 77 Architecten
  • Project: Youthclub ‘t Excuus
  • Location: Kortenberg, Belgian
  • Photography: Steven Massart
  • Name client: Municipality Kortenberg
  • Construction Year: 2010 – 2012
  • Built area: 120 m²
  • Living surface: 160 m²
  • Building cost: € 350.000,00
  • Phase: Built
  • Software used: The project is drawn in Vectorworks & Google Sketchup
  • Materials: Timber frame construction
    Walls outside: fiber cement boards-Eternit
    Windows: Aluminum – Schüco wooden frames 1,0 W/m²K
    Floors: Oriented Strand Board
    Ceiling: Oriented Strand Board
    Walls inside: Oriented Strand Board
  • Data Construction Team:
    Name architect: arch.- ing. Peter Van Impe
    Name engineer: IWS – Ignaz Wuestenbergs
    Name safety coordinator: Interleuven
    Name energy consultant: 2B-Safe
    Name contractors: Buyse nv, Van Bilsen bvba

Low Energy Bamboo House in Rotselaar, Belgium by AST 77 Architecten

Friday, January 11th, 2013

Article source: AST 77 Architecten

The narrow sloping and afforested site, south faced towards the Beukenlaan, is not that typical Flanders plot. In the past the neighbourhood seems to have been a residential recreation zone, where Belgians used to build their individual summer houses. When asked to build a new spacious residence on this particular site, AST77 was confronted with a bungalow and extension.

Image Courtesy © Steven Massart

  • Architects: AST 77 Architecten
  • Project: Low Energy Bamboo House
  • Location: Beukenlaan, Rotselaar, Belgium
  • Photography: Steven Massart
  • Client: Thijs – Peeters
  • Construction Year: 2010 – 2011 
  • Surface area: 1060 m² 
  • Built area: 118 m² 
  • Living surface: 260 m²
  • Energy level: E 40 
  • Building cost: 
  • Phase: Built
  • Software used: The project is drawn in Vectorworks & Google Sketchup
  • Materials: Timber frame construction
    Walls: bamboo – Bamboe Fencing
    Windows: wooden – Kwadro – 1,0 Wm²K
    Roof: Steel plated – Finn roof
    Heating: Floor heating – Climasolutions
    heat pump: Daikin
  • Name Architect: arch.- ing. Peter Van Impe
  • Name engineer: arch.- ing. Peter Van Impe, ir. arch. Bart Gullentops
  • Name safety coordinator: 2B-Safe
  • Name energy consultant: 2B-Safe
  • Name contractors: Kris Hermans, Bamboe Fencing, Climasolutions, Carl Deckers, Makke dakwerken, Kwadro ramen, Dirk Andries, Fremosia Parket, Toca

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Royal Opera House in Essex, England by Nicholas Hare Architects LLP

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

Article source: Nicholas Hare Architects LLP

Nicholas Hare Architects LLP were appointed by the Royal Opera House in 2007 to design a new production workshop for set construction and fabrication at a new site in Purfleet Essex to RIBA stage D, and have been retained by the Royal Opera House to monitor the construction of the building during the design and build procurement process. The new building accommodates a large paint-shop for vertical and horizontal scene-painting as well as carpentry and metal workshops.

Image courtesy of Nicholas Hare Architects LLP (c) Hufton & Crow

  • Architects: Nicholas Hare Architects LLP
  • Project: Royal Opera House Bob and Tamar Manoukian Production Workshop
  • Location: Essex, England
  • Photography: Hufton + Crow 
  • CLIENT: Royal Opera House 
  • Structural Engineer: Arup
  • Services Engineer: Arup
  • Quantity Surveyor: Gardiner & Theobald
  • Planning Supervisor: Butler & Young (Building Control)
  • Main Contractor: McLaren Construction
  • Start on Site Date: October 2009
  • Date of Completion: November 2010
  • Gross Internal Floor Area (m2): 4,300m2
  • Total Cost: £6m
  • Annual CO2 Emissions: 39.8 kgCO2/m2/annum
  • Form of Contract and/or Procurement: Design & Build
  • Software used: NHA used Vectorworks and SketchUp for the 2D and 3D architectural software. The structural engineer and MEP engineers had their own software.

House_Heilbronn in Germany by K-M-Architektur

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Article source: K-M-Architektur

The three-floor dwelling house is situated on the slope, edge of a forest on the outskirts of Heilbronn. It faces south and offers a sublime view to the surrounding area. A floating design and the use of natural materials using concrete, glass, copper and larch as structural material characterize the single family home. Besides the structural members that establish contact with the ground, the rest of the house is constructed out of wood.

Image Courtesy Hagen Stier

  • Architects: K-M-Architektur
  • Project: House_Heilbronn
  • Location: Heilbronn, Germany
  • Software used: Photoshop, Nemetschek and Indesign
  • Photographer: Hagen Stier

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Yashima Project in Kagawa, Japan by Shogo Iwata Architects

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

Article source: Shogo Iwata Architects

This building was built in Kagawa Japan. It locates nearby Mt. Yashima, the natural monument of this region, suburb of Takamatu city. We designed this building as a floating white box which benefits from the scenery of Mt. Yashima.

View of the west facade : Image Courtesy © Shigeo Ogawa

  • Architects: Shogo Iwata Architects
  • Project: Yashima Project
  • Location: Kagawa, Japan
  • Photography: Shigeo Ogawa
  • Main use: Residential care home for the elderly
  • Site area: 1685.26㎡
  • Building area:933.57㎡
  • Total floor area: 1566.39㎡
    1st floor: 800.11㎡
    2nd floor: 766.28㎡
  • Number of private room for residents: 31
  • Structure: Reinforced concrete structure
  • Date of completion: 2012/10
  • Software used: Vectorworks for drawing, illustrator and photoshop for other things

House-H in Nagoya, Japan by Mattch

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Article source: Mattch

It is the corner lot of the hill which the house of the low-rise building ranges in the site, and people opened.

By the first meeting, I thought that the soft space of one big connection was good while being effective conducting wire.

Image Courtesy Nacasa & Partners (Satoru Umetsu)

  • Architects: Mattch
  • Project: House-H
  • Location: Nagoya, Japan
  • Use: House
  • Site Area: 192.08㎡
  • Bldg. Area: 91.96㎡
  • Gross Floor Area: 115.95 ㎡
  • Bldg. Coverage Ratio: 47.88%
  • Gross Floor Ratio: 60.37%
  • Bldg. Scale: Stories above Ground, Stories below Ground
  • Structure: Building of the second floor above the ground
  • Max. Height: 6.046m
  • Landscape Area:
  • Parking Lot: 2cars
  • Exterior Finish: The frp waterproofing paint
  • Complete Year: 2012
  • Photographer: Nacasa & Partners (satoru umetsu)
  • Software used: Vectorworks

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Calling a plan a map in Kanagawa, Japan by ON design partners

Friday, December 7th, 2012

Article source: ON design partners

650㎡ grass land with moving site of Mt.Fuji and Enoshima.

We thought of using up the grass land for a place to stay by studding 22 huts. Architecture which people can get in and those which people cannot get in are treated the same.

A plan is called a map and by using this place the map is updated overtime.

Image Courtesy Koichi Torimura

  • Architects: ON design partners
  • Project: Kanagawa, Japan
  • Location: Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan
  • Architect: Osamu Nishida+Erika Nakagawa
  • Site Area: 648.52㎡
  • Building Area: 107.30㎡
  • Total Floor Area: 100.97㎡
  • Construction: Eiko construction
  • Structure: Akira Suzuki / ASA
  • Photo: Koichi Torimura
  • Software used: Vectorworks

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Klyde Warren Park in Dallas, Texas by The Office of James Burnett

Friday, December 7th, 2012

Article source: The Office of James Burnett

Built over the existing Woodall Rodgers Freeway, this 5.2-acre park serves as an important pedestrian connection between the Central Business District, Uptown and the burgeoning Arts District in downtown Dallas, Texas. Bisected by the existing Olive Street bridge, the park is organized by a sweeping pedestrian promenade that features a continuous canopy of specimen Pond Cypress.

Image Courtesy © Mei-Chun Jau

  • Architects: The Office of James Burnett
  • Project: Klyde Warren Park
  • Location: Dallas, Texas, USA
  • Photography: Dillon Diers Photography, Aerial Photography, Inc, Mei-Chun Jau
  • Software used: Illustrative work was done in Vectorworks and documentation was done in AutoCAD
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