Archive for the ‘Training centre’ Category
Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016
Article source: VYOM
The Indian Oil campus in Panipat is significant in having achieved a LEED Gold certification. This building is one of its kinds with its vision on the concept of sustainability. The essential outcomes include site sustainability, indoor environment quality, effective waste management, energy and water efficiency and regional priority besides the innovative design approach with green power generation.
Image Courtesy © VYOM
- Architect: VYOM
- Project: Indian Oil Administration and Training Building, Panipat Naptha Cracker Project
- Location: Panipat, Haryana, India
- Software used: AutoCAD, Sketchup
- Built up Area: 19,700 sq.m.
- Site Area: 1,05,250 sq.m.
- Project Cost: INR 168 crores
- Completion Year: 2011
- Scope: Architecture & Project Management Consultancy
Sunday, January 24th, 2016
Article source: Made in Earth ONLUS
Vellore House hosts twenty abandoned and parentless children in support to a special care program that follows deprived children from early childhood and beyond in education and training. The project layout was defined through a participative process that has allowed to solve the main issues of this special family: children feel protected and free to play, while the mummy can watch them confidently. Functions are divided into five volumes arranged in order to form two little courtyards. In the center, under a wide flat roof, the dining and gathering space can be completely opened up on two sides.
Image Courtesy © Made in Earth Onlus
- Architects: Made in Earth ONLUS
- Project: Vellore House
- Location: Tamil Nadu, India
- Program: Children Home
- Donor: Main dans la Main
- Inhabitants: 20 abandoned or parentless children
- Spaces: 3 dormitories, 1 bedroom, living room, kitchen, office, bathrooms, storage
- Courtyards: 100 sq meters
- Footprint area: 365 sq meters
- Site area: 5600 sq meters
- Construction costs: 70.000 €
- Chronology: 2014-2015
Sunday, July 5th, 2015
Article source: Francisco Mangado
The plot is in the middle of one of the most humid valleys of northern Navarre. A valley of gentle but sturdy hills, where the green pasture and oak trees configure a landscape of strong character, whose color changes with the seasons. A valley dotted with a system of small and relatively closely-woven urban cores, configured in an apparently random way. The buildings are formed of large unitary and isolated volumes that seem to touch, but that in truth compete with one another to show their bold architectural character. A boldness that draws on the climate conditions, but also on the production system – stockbreeding –, which in past times forced to accommodate in one same house people and animals. A boldness that is particularly evident in the roof, whose role is to bring together all the different contents. Boldness, in the end, of ‘Navarre’s buildings’. This is the context for an elite equestrian center specialized in dressage and with boarding stalls for horses: one of the strongest and most sophisticated forces created by nature.
Image Courtesy © Pedro Pegenaute
- Architects: Francisco Mangado
- Project: Elite Equestrian Center
- Location: Zenotz – Ultzama Valley, Navarra, Spain
- Photography: Pedro Pegenaute
- Collaborators: David Martínez Grande, Janka Rust, César Martín Gómez.
- Client: Private.
- Awards: X Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urban Planning. Finalist, FAD Awards 2009. Architecture and Interior Design category. Finalist, COAVN (Basque-Navarrese) Awards 2010, Industrial Construction category, Consolation prize, 7th Fassa Bortolo International Award for Sustainable Architecture, given by the School of Architecture of Ferrara, Italy. Finalist.
- Total area: 5.200 m2
- Year of construction: 2007-2008.
- Total cost: 3.329.000 €
- Year of project: 2006.
Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015
Article source: Architecture Patrick Mauger
The extension to the Miradou fort is an independent structure inserted between the existing fort and the village. The new building uses the same layout principle as a Vauban fortress.
Image Courtesy © Didier Boy de la Tour
- Architects: Architecture Patrick Mauger
- Project: National Commando Training Centre
- Location: Miradou Fort, 66190 Collioure, FRANCE
- Photography: Didier Boy de la Tour
- Collaborators: Setec Bascou, Bouscat & Pestel, Benjean, Lardart, Olier
- Programme: Café and dining hall, kitchen (490 diners/day) and medical service unit
- Client: French Ministry of Defense, Montpellier Engineering Administration
- Site Area: 2 186 m²
- Environmental aspects: RT 2005
- Status: Built / Delivered in 2007
- Budget: 3.1 M€
Thursday, February 12th, 2015
Article source: THE ARCHITECT JEAN-PHILIPPE PARGADE
On a site covering nearly seven hectares in the Cité Descartes cluster in Marne-la-Vallée lies the Pôle Scientifique et Technique Paris-Est (PST) which has been baptised the Espace Bienvenüe in memory of Fulgance Bienvenüe, inspector general of the Ponts et Chaussées engineering school and father of the Parisian metro system. The space completes the Cité Descartes that has been incorporated into this new town and meets the needs of the programme imposed by the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable development and Energy. Its aim is to group together the Ministry’s training and research facilities on the Marne-la-Vallée site and create a centre of excellence focussed on the sustainable city.
Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly
- Architects: THE ARCHITECT JEAN-PHILIPPE PARGADE
- Project: A CONCRETE WAVE
- Photography: Luc Boegly, Laurent, sergio grazia
- Client: Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy – Property and Housing actiondelegation
- Works budget excluding VAT: €95 million (2014 value)
- Surface area: Floor surface: 35,300 m², Usable floor area: 24,300 m²
- Winning project: 2008
- Delivery: 2014
Wednesday, January 14th, 2015
Article source: Y2 Architecture
The first indications that something special sits with Mildura Senior Secondary College can be seen from the surrounding streets where glimpses of a brightly coloured form can be caught between trees. Drawing on references of the Australian shearers shed in its form and layout, activity flows around a central volume. This nod to traditional industries is complemented with the centres use of modern materials along with bold statements in its forms and colours that recognises a continued nature of innovation and change within industry.
Image Courtesy © Zachary Couyant
- Architects: Y2 Architecture
- Project: Deakin Trade Training Centre
- Location: Mildura, Victoria, Australia
- Photography: Zachary Couyant
- Year: 2013
- Team: Matthew Dwyer, Peter Tonkin, Felicity Brown, Damien Ferlazzo, Stuart Redmond
- Area: 2000m²
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