Archive for the ‘Training centre’ Category
Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
Article source: 3+1 architekti
Originally a farmhouse, built in the second half of the nineteenth century in Předlice in the suburbs of Ústí nad Labem.
Under the communist regime it was occupied by agricultural cooperative which used the estate strictly pragmatically – only what was immediately needed was taken care of, the rest was neglected. Since the 90´s, the place was deserted and rapidly fell apart. Despite devastation of the area, there was still a strong sense of the original conception and smart design left.
Massive objects along the perimeter of the property define scale and space of the large yard area. Two of those – fifty meters long stables on the western edge of the property and sixty two meters long barn on the south – form basis of our proposal.
Image Courtesy © Pavel Plánička
- Architects: 3+1 architekti
- Project: JACER – training center
- Location: Předlice, Ústí nad Labem
- Photography: Pavel Plánička
- Software used: Allplan Nemetschek
- Cooperation: Luboš Chýle
- Plot size: 6066 m2
- Floor area: 892 m2
- Enclosure: 3500 m3
- Project: 2011
- Realization: 2014
Thursday, June 26th, 2014
Article source: ATELIER PHILEAS
The site hosting Chennevières-sur-Marne’s future archery centre is located in an area of low popluation density of high vegetation quality. This vegetation gives the site the feel of a town park, which we felt it was important to retain.
The outer training field is treated as an integral part of the building. Its setting on the site is justified by the need to direct the shooting and the outdoor targets towards the north. The outdoor layouts, including a vegetated mound, are designed as an extension of the building.
Image Courtesy © ATELIER PHILEAS
- Architects: ATELIER PHILEAS
- Project: ARCHERY CENTER
- Location: Chennevières-sur-Marne, France
- Artist: Delphine Coindet
- Client: Val-de-Marne General Council
- Price: 1.5 M€ ex-Tax
- Surface area: 1600 m²
- Delivery: 2005
- Programme: Archery hall / outdoor archery range / archery offices and service rooms, building approved by the French Archery Federation
Friday, April 11th, 2014
Article source: Francisco Mangado
The proposal for the Center for New Technologies of Santiago de Compostela is based on two essential ideas. The first one springs from the conception of the place and its process of topographic adaptation, and the second entails a sense of efficiency. Efficiency having to do in this case both with the speed in which the project must be executed and with the fact, strictly functional, that the resulting building may need to undergo variations in program over the years.
Image Courtesy © Roland Halbe
- Architects: Francisco Mangado
- Project: New Technologies Training Center
- Location: Santiago de Compostela, Spain
- Photography: Roland Halbe
- Construction area: 3.300,00 m2
- Budget: 3.100.000,00 €
- Year of contest: 2004. First Prize of Competition
- Year of project: 2004.
- Constrution: noviembre 2005 – diciembre 2007
- Client: Xunta de Galicia
- Collaborators: Ignacio Olite, Idoia Alonso, Francesca Fiorelli, Arina Keysers, Ibón Vicinay
- Structural engineering: Jesús Jiménez Cañas. Alberto López. NB35
- Instalations engineering: Obradoiro Enxeñeiros
- Cuantity surveyor: José Antonio Cerviño, Fernando Oliván.
- Contractor: Acciona Infraestructuras
- Awards: Second Prize ATEG Galvanización 2008.
Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
Article source: h2o architectes
The EPF Normandie and the commune of Pont-Audemer wanted to convert the industrial site of an ancient paper factory into offices/workshops for different companies.
The ancient paper factory is a symbol of an important part of the local working class memory. The architectural conversion suggested by the agency had three principle axis of development.
Image Courtesy © Stéphane Chalmeau
- Architects: h2o architectes
- Project: Business incubator, Training centre
- Photography: Stéphane Chalmeau, Julien Attard
- Software used: Rhino
- Mission: In charge of studies and construction site
- Surface: 1500 m², 2500 m² exterior
- Construction cos: 2 800 000 euros HT
- Date: Delivered December 2013
- Team: h2o architectes (lead architect) with M. Virtz quantity surveyor, Louis Choulet Mechanical and Sustainability Engineers BMI, Structure Engineers, France Aires Exterior infrastructure Engineers
Saturday, February 15th, 2014
Article source: Ramón Fernández-Alonso y Asociados
The initial idea is to provide a closer architecture, almost family, in the composition of spaces as well as in the treatment of light and texture that provides the ceramic skin. The materiality of this building is linked from the beginning to the argument of the project process. Ground floor is projected as a threshold space compressed by the building itself in its upper floors.
Image Courtesy © Jesús Granada
- Architects: Ramón Fernández-Alonso y Asociados
- Project: Teacher Training Center
- Location: Granada, Spain
- Photography: Jesús Granada
- Property developer: Arzobispado de Granada
- Quantity surveyor: Miguel Ángel Jiménez Dengra, Rafael Palma Moyano, Francisco Torres Ramirez
- Collaborator: José Moya Enriquez, architect
- Illumination: Anton Amann, architect. Mikel Juarrero, engineer. ALS Lighting
- Elements of illumination: B.lux
- Ceramic: Cumella. Decorativa
- Furniture manufacturated by: Decofisur. Juan José Fernández
- Construction date: Octubre 2012
- Built surface: 19.756,19 m2
- Budget: 14.919.265,26 euros
Tuesday, February 11th, 2014
Article source: Smith Vigeant architects
The prize “Project of the year 2013” of the 7th edition of the GRANDS PRIX DU DESIGN is awarded to Smith Vigeant Architects for Allez-Up which also won the Prize in the category “Training Center” and the Special Prize “Color”.
Image Courtesy © Stéphane Brugger
- Architects: Smith Vigeant architects
- Project: Centre d’escalade allez UP Rock Climbing Gym
- Location: Montréal, Canada
- Photography: Stéphane Brugger
- Name of client: Richer – de la Plante Family
- Architect in charge: Daniel Smith, architect, OAQ, LEED®PA
- Design Team: Daniel Smith, Karine Renaud, Anik Malderis, Étienne Penault, Cindy Neveu, Mélanie Quesnel, Stéphan Vigeant.
- Engineers: NCK Inc & Martin Roy et associates
- Landscape Architects: Groupe Rousseau Lefebvre
- Contractor: eSpace Construction Inc
- Lighting Design: Smith Vigeant architects et Martin Roy et associates
- Furniture: Wood-skin by mammafotogramma
- Project size: 1 220 M2 (14 000pi2)
- Cost: 5M$
- Date of completion: 08/2013
Wednesday, February 5th, 2014
Article source: Crepain Binst Architecture nv
A former hospital in Berchem (Antwerp) now serves as the ALM-Anttec conference and training centre. The initial architectural competition was designed to meet the urgent need to increase the surface area by adding two halls, a foyer and a separate training building. While respecting the existing situation, all the new catering functions were combined to form a transparent and reflective garden pavilion to the rear, with the associated training building on one side.
Image Courtesy © Crepain Binst Architecture nv
- Architects: Crepain Binst Architecture nv (Ulrich Matthys)
- Project: Centrum ALM
- Location: Berchem
- Proprietor: ALM – Anttec
- Engineering: CES nv
- General contractor: Liebaert Staalbouw nv
- Contractor: IBS Industrial
- Start execution: december 2009
- Final completion: March 2012
- BUILDING SUM: 12 845 000 euro
Friday, December 6th, 2013
Article source: FT Architects
The project consists of two buildings, an archery hall and a boxing club, standing a few hundred meters apart on the grounds of Kogakuin University in west Tokyo.
The formal rituals of Kyudo (Japanese archery) and the very physical nature of boxing may appear worlds apart. However, surprisingly, the two built facilities share a number of commonalities.
Image Courtesy © Shigeo Ogawa
- Architects: FT Architects
- Project: Timber structure archery hall and boxing club
- Location: Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: Shigeo Ogawa
- Completion: 2013
- Principal use: archery hall (Japanese archery=Kyudo) and boxing club
- Total floor area: archery hall 106.00m2, boxing club 92.75m2
- Structure: wood
Saturday, December 15th, 2012
Article source: Arte Charpentier Architectes
Located in Jonage, in the eastern suburbs of Lyon, this innovative and harmonious campus houses a professional training centre for environment, energy, transport, waste and water sectors. It is designed to reflect the Veolia group’s level of excellence in the field of environmental issues, and is arranged around a garden designed as an Agora. The campus is open, and south-facing to protect from northern winds, and displays optimum use of natural elements.
Image Copyright © VMZINC – photoarchitecture.com
Sunday, October 14th, 2012
Article source: TYIN tegnestue Architects
The work on Cassia Coop Training Centre started during the autumn of 2010. It all began with a visit from a French businessman, Patrick Barthelemy. He had come all the way from Sumatra to our office in Trondheim, and sat before us with a fascinating story and a briefcase full of cinnamon. Part of the story told of how an area of Sumatra supplies 85 % of the cinnamon consumed worldwide. Yet another and more sinister part of the story concerned workers without rights, underpaid and working long days in unsafe and unsanitary factories. The story made an impression on us. After a year of planning we found ourselves deep within the cinnamon forests of Sumatra, ready to design and build a sustainable cinnamon school for local farmers and workers.
Entrance area with Kerinci Lake in front.
- Architects: TYIN tegnestue Architects
- Project: Cassia Coop Training Centre
- Location: Sungai Penuh, Kerinchi, Sumatra, Indonesia
- Client: Cassia Co-op
- Project: Training facility for cinnamon production
- Cost: 30 000 Euro
- Time: August – October 2011
- Built by: TYIN tegnestue with local workers
- Sponsored by: LINK Arkitektur
- Architects: Gjermund Wibe, Morten Staubo, Therese Jonassen, Kasama Yamtree, Andreas Gjertsen, Yashar Hanstad,
- Students: Rozita Rahman, Bronwyn Long, Sarah Louati, Zofia Pietrowska, Zifeng Wei
- Photographer: Pasi Aalto
- Software used: Whiteboards, pencil and paper, simple cardboard models, and google sketchup