Archive for the ‘Technological Park’ Category
Friday, May 6th, 2016
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
Zaha Hadid Architects has been selected to build the Sberbank Technopark at the Skolkovo Innovation Centre, Moscow, Russia. Considered to be Russia’s Silicon Valley, Skolkovo will be home to the laboratories and campuses of Russia’s fast developing IT, biomedical, energy, nuclear and space innovations.
Image Courtesy © Zaha Hadid Architects
Thursday, April 16th, 2015
Article source: STELMACH I PARTNERZY Architectural Office
The building of Lublin Science and Technology Park was made on the basis on the project selected in the open architectural design competition organized in 2003 by the investor – Lublin Voivodship. Each of the five modules was constructed in other time and was financed from other funds (Lublin Voivodship, EU) and constructed by other contractor.
Image Courtesy © STELMACH I PARTNERZY Architectural Office
Wednesday, February 4th, 2015
Article source: ANGEL RICO PAINCERIAS
The building is a part of the technological park of the A Coruña University. This technological park is formed by another six buildings interconnected among them. The plan for the Technological Park established that each building must have two volumes; one of them of four floors and the other of two. These two volumes will be divided by a pedestrian public space that will connect transversely all the buildings of the park.
Image Courtesy © Hector Santos Diez
- Architects: ANGEL RICO PAINCERIAS, MANUEL VAZQUEZ MUIÑO
- Project: CICA
- Location: Coruña, Spain
- Photography: Hector Santos Diez
- Collaborator: Manuel Lopez Lamas (Technical architect), Ingrid Edo Bosch (Collaborator (office), Roberto RegatosGomez ,Collaborator (office), Carolo Losada Soto (Collaborator (external), Alberto Lopez Gomez (Security), Jose Maria Sanchez Rosa (Lighting)
- Size: The total surface of the building is 5.512 m². The surface of the plot of land is 1.688 m².
Saturday, March 29th, 2014
Article source: T.R. Hamzah & Yeang Sdn Bhd
The project is a data centre with ancillary facilities i.e. Administration Offices, Reception Lobby, Telco Tower and a Service Management Centre (Command Centre) for Digi Telecommunications Sdn. Bhd.
Image Courtesy © T.R. Hamzah & Yeang Sdn Bhd
- Architects: T.R. Hamzah & Yeang Sdn Bhd
- Project: DIGI Technology Operation Centre
- Location: Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
- Client: DIGI Telecommunications Sdn. Bhd.
- No. of Storeys: 4 Storey (23.5m high)
- Construction start: April 2009
- Completion: July 2010
- Areas: Total gross area (GFA): 12,468 sq.m.
- Site Areas: Lot 42 (8517 sq.m.) & Lot 43 (8561 sq.m.)
- M&E engineer: Norman Disney & Young Sdn Bhd
- C&S Engineer: DE Perunding Sdn Bhd
- Quantity Surveyor: Juru Ukur Bahan Malaysia Sdn Bhd
- Interior Designer: T. R. Hamzah & Yeang Designs International Sdn. Bhd.
- Landscape Architect: T. R. Hamzah & Yeang Landskap Sdn. Bhd.
- Substructure Contractor: G-Pile Sistem Sdn Bhd
Thursday, August 1st, 2013
Article source: AEC Krymow & Partners
The international architectural design competition of the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia was won by AEC Krymow & Partners, an architectural office from Warsaw. The current area of the Technology Park is more than 80 thousand sqm. Inside the ultra-modern building complex there are offices, laboratories, workshops, conference spaces, whilst on the ground floor there is space for dining, shopping and other commercial services.
Image Courtesy © AEC Krymow & Partners
- Architects: AEC Krymow & Partners
- Project: Pomeranian Science and Technology Park
- Location: Gdynia, POLAND
- Main architect: Georg Krymow / Dipl. Ing. Architekt
- Building and executive project: Georg Krymow, Daniel Cabanek, Joanna Rogóyska, Karol Zdanuczyk, Michał Reduta, Patrycja Marcinkowska, Krzysztof Starzyk, Dominik Dratwa, Marcin Wesoły, Jacek Pietruszka, Andrzej Sobótka, Ireneusz Sosnowski, Artur Bronisz
- Supervision: Georg Krymow, Daniel Cabanek
- Investor: Gdyńskie Centrum Innowacji
- Total Area: 64 000 sqm
- Built-up area: 13 055 sqm
- Brutto volume: 246 055 cubic metres
- General contractor: Warbud S.A.
- Issue date: 2010
- Realisation date: 2013
Friday, December 7th, 2012
Article source: Estudio Lunar
With this volcanic surroundings, the proposal settles in like another crater. The building looks into the courtyard, the heart of the crater, that is the meeting point, organizes the access and the connexions with the other buildings. In this courtyard there are some fissures that communicates the laboratories and research areas with the exterior. These small courtyards create a series of visual connectivities between all the spaces that looks over the outside creating a complex and interesting spatiality for the users of the building.
Exterior view : Image Courtesy Estudio Lunar
- Architects: Estudio Lunar
- Project: ITER Building Technology Park, 2nd Prize Proposal
- Location: Tenerife, Spain
- Slogan: OOOH
- Team: Conxa Gené, Joan Alomar, Javier Íñigo, Carmen Largacha
- Collaborator: Lunar vision
- Client: Instituto Tecnológico y de Energías Renovables (ITER)
- Program: Laboratories, office, library, congress centre, parking.
- Date of the competition: October 2012
- Built Area: 16.000 m2
Saturday, August 4th, 2012
Article source: Idcode
Competition site is located on the periphery of the city, where the city meets the country side of fields and loosely scattered single-family housing. Site is in close proximity to the neighbourhood shopping centre “Karolinka” and the newly established conference centre. Both existing buildings located near the area, cause a temporary influx of people in and around the city, which enables the integration of people with what is happening in the park.
Science and Technolo gy Park
- Architects: Idcode
- Project: Science and Technology Park
- Location: Opole, Poland
- Project Year: 2012
- Project Area: 6400 sqm
Sunday, July 1st, 2012
Article source: GMP Architekten
The design by architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp), which was honoured with first prize in an international competition, converts a former industrial heritage building to the north of Bologna into a modern technology park. The factory facilities of the former tobacco monopoly, designed by the famous Italian engineer and architect Pier Luigi Nervi are carefully modernised and converted to accommodate new functions. The additional new buildings carry the signature of the listed historic buildings dating from the 1940s, albeit in modern form.
Technology Center in Bologna
- Architects: gmp von Gerkan, Marg and Partners Architects
- Project: Technology Center
- Location: Bologna, Italy
- First prize in international competition 2012
- Design: Volkwin Marg with Robert Friedrichs
- Team members: Stephanie Joebsch, Alessia Spezzano, Alexander Kittel, Bernd Kottsieper, Claudia Schultze, Andre
- Wegmann, Peter Radomski
- Total floor area for various uses: 110,000 sqm
- Client: Società Finanziaria Bologna Metropolitana SpA
Saturday, March 3rd, 2012
Article source: Santiago Parramón, RTA-Office
The city of Jinan has a strategic location supported with a good transportation hub (Yaoqiang International Airport, Beijing-Shanghai and Jinan-Qindao high-speed train lines, several important highways and an important transport artery that passes through the city). By having this strategic location supported with good transportation hub, Jinan has lots of potential advantages and opportunities for development.
- Architect: Santiago Parramón, RTA-Office
- Name of Project: Jinan High-tech science and technology culture center and square
- Location: Jinan, China
Saturday, February 11th, 2012
Article source: ACXT Architects
BTEK is a new technologies interpretation centre, focused on student visits. The most significant determinants set by the developer, Parque Tecnologico SA, were the following:
- The generation of a very flexible and varied exhibition area, capable of hosting all sorts of exhibition.
- The design of high efficiency building services and the use of renewable energies.
- The projection of a roof (destined to lodge the solar panels) of a similar geometry to that of its triangular logo.
One of the main goals of the project is to come up with an implantation solution adapted to the surroundings, in a plot with a certain geometrical and topographical complexity, uniting architecture and urbanization, thus deleting the limits between indoors and out.
Image Courtesy Aitor Ortiz
- Architects: ACXT Architects
- Project: BTEK – Technology Interpretation Centre
- Location: 23, Zarandoa Avenue, 48015 Bilbao (Spain)
- Client: Technology Park S.A.
- Project Architect (and Landscape): Gonzalo Carro López (ACXT Architects)
- Architects Design: Javier Pérez Uribarri, Carlos Guimaraes
- Project Management: Gonzalo Carro López