Archive for the ‘Terminal’ Category
Wednesday, May 13th, 2015
Article source: MOZAS + AGUIRRE ARQUITECTOS
The proposed solution avoids contaminated own decision-making solutions has been carried out and some of the following points:
1 Null condition Park
2 Lack of access to crosses between the station and existing roads
3 Maintenance of existing vehicle parking
4 Enhancing intermodal
5 green roof on the first floor for public use
6 Possibility of future expansion
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- Architects: MOZAS + AGUIRRE ARQUITECTOS
- Project: INTERMODAL BUS STATION CITY OF VITORIA
- Location: Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
- Client: Vitoria-Gasteiz City Council
- Structural engineering: INEK
- Engineering: AMAIBA
Tuesday, May 12th, 2015
Article source: Nefa Architects
The architecture and design of the new terminal reflect the space-related status of the city where space launch vehicles are constructed.
Kurumoch International Airport is the largest and most promising airport of Volga region and is among the Top 10 leading airports of Russia. The airport is connected by airlines from almost all regions of the Russian Federation, neighboring countries and the far abroad.
Image Courtesy © Ilya Ivanov
- Architects: Nefa Architects
- Project: Kurumoch International Airport and VIP-Lounges
- Location: Samara, Russia
- Photography: Ilya Ivanov
- Chief Architect: Dmitry Ovcharov
- Total Area:
- Terminal – 22 500 sqm
- VIP- Lounges – 1100 sqm
- Domestic lounge: 600 sqm
- International lounge: 500 sqm
- Year: 2015
Tuesday, January 20th, 2015
Article source: SPARK
Site conditions / new location.
New Rail Baltic Parnu passenger terminal is located next to Parnu River, in the south part of Parnu town. The current site is considered to become a transportation hub for all public transports in the near future. In order to use the full potential of the site and its context, as well as to preserve nature, the new terminal building will be located in the south part of the competition area, next to the future Rail Baltic railroads. The new location of the terminal building creates an imaginary axis of future connection between both river and overland transportation networks. Also, since the new terminal buildings is within walking distance from a drop-off area for the public transportation, it will also serve as a bus stop for city buses, as well as an drop off zone for private vehicles and public taxis. Therefore, the new location of terminal building will become the central junction for all transportation networks.
Image Courtesy © Spark Architects
- Architects: SPARK Architect
- Project: RAIL BALTIC PARNU PASSENGER TERMINAL
- Location: Parnu town, Estonia
- Team: (Project Architect) Uldis Sedlovs, Yuchen Zuo, Adrian Garcia
- Project Director: Mingyin Tan
Tuesday, November 25th, 2014
Article source: De Bever Architecten and KCAP Architects&Planners
The extension of the terminal of Eindhoven Airport and the new hotel Tulip Inn Eindhoven Airport, both designed by De Bever Architects and KCAP Architects&Planners, were officially opened in 21 June 2013. De Bever Architects and KCAP together with NACO as the ‘Constellation’ were also responsible for the first terminal built in 2005. The extension consists of a new 2.000 m2 entrance zone with additional retail, bars and restaurants on the ground floor, a 2.700 m2 extension of the arrival hall and 2.700 m2 of offices on the first floor. The 8 storey hotel offers 120 hotel rooms, a bar, breakfast space and fitness facilities; a restaurant and meeting rooms are offered within the terminal building.
Image Courtesy © Norbert van Onna
- Architects: De Bever Architecten and KCAP Architects&Planners
- Project: Eindhoven Airport and Tulip Inn hotel
- Location: Netherlands
- Photography: Norbert van Onna
- Project architect: Stefan de Bever, Kees Christiaanse
- Interior architect terminal: Studio Linse, Amsterdam
- Interior architect hotel: Abrahams Crielaers, Amsterdam
- Construction engineer: Royal Haskoning DHV, Eindhoven
- Contractor: Heijmans, Rosmalen (more…)
Friday, September 26th, 2014
Article source: SADAR + VUGA New Air Traffic Control Center at the Ljubljana airport, comprising air control center with 24/7 amenities and office premises, is a highly demanding and complex object due to the nature of the institution it hosts. It is designed to enable safety and high operational activity as well as consistent comfort for visitors and staff 24 hours a day all year around.
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- Architects: SADAR + VUGA
- Project: Air Traffic Control Center ATCC
- Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Type: Infrastructure
- Source: Public tender, selected project
- Client: Slovenia Control, Slovenian Air Navigation Services, Ltd.
- Site: Airport Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Site area: 7,996 m2
Thursday, September 25th, 2014
Article source: Michael Arellanes II (MA2)
In continuation of the study of vector based geometries, the Hong Kong Ferry Terminalis a proposal that demonstrates the aesthetics of vector curvatures and natural parameterization. The formulation of forces and arcs give rise to multiplicity in Euclidean geometry around a given set of parameters. Due to the magnitude and direction of layered line segments, the connecting lines generate varied degrees of arcing paths and surfaces, from simple to the complex. The increase in variables may restrict or give rise to excessive deformation in reasoned geometric expression. The intention behind the ferry terminal is to focus the current modes of curved vector tectonics and apply its discourse into the synthesis ofthe body or shell of the building.
Image Courtesy © Michael Arellanes II (MA2)
Friday, May 23rd, 2014
Article source: Fernando Casqueiro Barreiro
Image Courtesy © Fernando Casqueiro Barreiro
- Architects: Fernando Casqueiro Barreiro (Javier Salcedo Cabello., PROES Consultores S. A.)
- Project: Nueva Terminal de Pasajeros del Puerto de Denia
- Location: Denia (Alicante), Muelle de la Pansa
- Competition: 2003
- Construction documents: 2005
- Building process: 2007-2013
- Client: Consellería de Infraestructuras, Territorio y Medio Ambiente de la Generalitat Vanlenciana
- Total quotation: 7’5 Millones de Euros Cost/m2: 1.216 €/ m2c
- Area / Volumen build-up: 6.145 m2c / 51.600 m3c.
Friday, February 28th, 2014
Article source: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Ten years ago, Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport welcomed six million passengers per year through its gates; today it serves nearly five times that number. With the city’s emergence as India’s financial capital and the country’s rapidly expanding and economically mobile middle class, the existing airport infrastructure proved unable to support the growing volume of domestic and global traffic, resulting in frequent delays. By orchestrating the complex web of passengers and planes into a design that feels intuitive and responds to the region’s rocketing growth, the new Terminal 2 asserts the airport’s place as a preeminent gateway to India.
Image courtesy of SOM; Photographer, Robert Polidori / © Mumbai International Airport Pvt. Ltd.
- Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
- Project: CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, TERMINAL 2
- Location: Mumbai, India
- Photography: Robert Polidori
- Client: GVK, Mumbai International Airport Pvt. Ltd.
- Structural Engineer: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
- Architect and Engineer of Record: Larsen & Toubro Limited
- MEP Engineer: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
- Cultural Design Collaboration: Abu Jani – Sandeep Khosla
Thursday, December 5th, 2013
Article source: Studio Fuksas
The highly anticipated new terminal at Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport, Guangdong, China, will be operational from the 28 November, 2013. The first airport by acclaimed architects Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas it is set to become an iconic landmark that will boost the economic development of Shenzhen – one of the fastest-growing cities in the world. Won by international competition, it has undergone a remarkably rapid process of design and construction, completing within 3 years. The client, Shenzhen Airport (Group) Co., is so pleased with the striking design that it is taking the unusual step of trying to copyright it.
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- Architects: Studio Fuksas
- Project: International Airport, Airport Expansion Terminal 3
- Location: Shenzhen Bao’an, China
- Dates: 2008 – 2013. International competition won in 2008 over finalists including Foster + Partners (UK), Foreign Office Architects (UK), Gmp International (Germany), Kisho Kurokawa (Japan), Reiser+Umemoto (USA)
- Size: 500,000 sq.m., 5,381,955 sq.ft (approximately)
- Interior design: Fuksas Design – internet-point, check-in ‘island’, security-check, gates, passport-check areas, shop box, baggage-claim ‘islands’, info-point, ventilation trees, signage, commercial desk and washrooms
- Client: Shenzhen Airport (Group) Co., Ltd.
- Developer: Shenzhen Planning Bureau; Shenzhen Airport (Group) Co., Ltd.
- Contractor: China State Construction Engineering Corporation, Beijing, Structures, façade and parametric design: Knippers Helbig Engineering, Stuttgart, NY
- Architect of record: BIAD (Beijing Institute of Architectural Design), Beijing
- Lighting consulting: Speirs & Major Associates, Edinburgh, London
- Materials: Steel with a concrete substructure. 52,000 tonnes of steel was used, with an additional 260,000 tonnes of reinforcement. It has won the ‘Steel Gold Award (National Quality Engineering)’.
- Sustainability: The design has been optimised to make best use of natural ventilation and light. Photovoltaics will meet the electricity demand of T3, making about 950 million electricity units each year. Future photovoltaic generation is expected to reach a capacity of 10MW that will be used to support the electronic devices of the entire airport.
- Cost: 734,000,000 Euros
- Orientation: The main building includes two-storey underground and four layers above the ground (partial five storeys). The fourth floor is the departure hall. The third floor is connected with the domestic departing passengers channel and the center of it is the international joint inspection zone, luggage collection/checkpoint and the office area located on both sides. The domestic passage channel, luggage claim hall and part of the office area are on the second floor. At the north east part of the first floor is the international departure hall. Its center is used for the international joint inspection zone and also the luggage claim hall. In front of the first floor stand the CIP lounges. Between it and the main building stands the outdoor courtyard.
Tuesday, November 5th, 2013
Article source: Odyssey: Stone Architecture and Design
TEMINAL 3, IGI
One of the prime infrastructural projects in New Delhi, the new TERMINAL 3 (T3) at the INDIRA GANDHI INTERNATIONAL (IGI) AIRPORT is designed with many unique landscape features. Odyssey was awarded the Hardscape and Water Features work for this iconic project.
Image Courtesy © Ms. Ruchika Grover, Rajesh Suneja
- Architects: Odyssey: Stone Architecture and Design
- Project: Terminal 3, IGI Airport
- Location: New Delhi
- Photography: Ms. Ruchika Grover, Rajesh Suneja
- Typology: Public Utilities
- Name of Client’s Firm: GMR
- Principal Architect: EDAW, AECOM, Hong Kong
- Built-Up Area (sq ft & sq m): Hardscape, External and Internal Water Features
- Start Date: May 2010
- Completion Date: September 2010