Archive for the ‘University Building’ Category
Saturday, November 19th, 2016
Article source: Arkitema Architects
Danish Arkitema Architects and Norwegian Arkitektgruppen Cubus have won the competition to design a new Life Science build at the University of Bergen. Making room for both science and industry, the goal is to materialise the visions of Science City Bergen. With a prominent placement in Norway’s second largest city the new 17,500 m2 building will become a southward gateway to the university.
Image Courtesy © Arkitema Architects and Arkitektgruppen Cubus
- Architects: Arkitema Architects and Arkitektgruppen Cubus
- Project: University of Bergen Energy and Technology Building
- Location: Nygårdshøyden, Bergen, Norway
- Client: University of Bergen
- Engineer: EKJ
- Size: 17,500 m2
- Year: 2016-2019
Friday, November 4th, 2016
Article source: HPP Architects
The Hochschule Ruhr West – University of Applied Sciences in Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany, in short the HRW, is part of a nationwide development of new universities. With a total of eight buildings and about 62,000 m² of GFA, the university has the dimensions of an autonomous district: four institute buildings, a canteen, a lecture hall and a library as well as a multi-storey car park have been built on the former railway site in the Broich district. The HRW functions not only as a new educational institution, but also as an important component of the urban development concept for the entire university surroundings. For this reason, the various campus buildings reflect the heights and volumes of the surrounding development and the campus itself deliberately opens up towards the quarter and to the adjacent buildings.
Image Courtesy © Christa Lachenmaier
Friday, October 28th, 2016
Article source: Architecture Patrick Mauger
The campus of Université de Pau et du Pays de l’Adour (UPPA), bearing the hallmark of its architect André Grésy, is immersed in wooded grounds and has a strong relationship with its environment. In order to comply with the project developed by the university, to coordinate the different activities, and to upgrade – in terms of quantity and quality – the material means and real estate, the building of the Faculté de Droit, Economie et Gestion – Faculty of Law, Economics & Management – and of the Institut d’Administration des Entreprises – Institute of Business Administration – is reorganized, and an extension of the research centre is created.
The world of research is constantly changing. Therefore the project developed by Patrick Mauger is open-ended.
Image Courtesy © Architecture Patrick Mauger
Sunday, September 11th, 2016
Article source: Arhipolis Architects
University Campus programs are implemented in the 70-s residential area on the east part of the town of Split.
Originally master plan is brought defining infrastructural corridors and plots for the new university developments. On the each plot specific program is defined by the masterplan , followed b y architectural competition.
Image Courtesy © Arhipolis Architects
- Architects: Arhipolis Architects
- Project: Students Residence
- Location: Split, Croatia
- Software used: Autocad
- Authors: Neno Kezić, Emil Šverko
- Collaboration: Goran Banic
- Project Team: Nora Roje, Mateo Marinovic, Joseph Katalinić, Srdjan Luksic
- Year: 2012
Saturday, April 9th, 2016
Article source: Franco Vella Oficina de Arquitectura
An assignment for the architectural design of a new University Campus for the UPC in the district of San Miguel, in a plot located in the intersection of two important avenues within the district, was received.
University Campus is 7 storeys high and has 33,000 m2 of built-up area in the district of San Miguel in Lima, Peru.
Image Courtesy © Franco Vella Oficina de Arquitectura
- Architects: Franco Vella Oficina de Arquitectura
- Project: UPC Campus San Miguel
- Location: San Miguel, Lima, Peru
- Client: Peruvian University of Applied Sciences
- Terrain Area: 8,935.27 M²
- Built-Up Area: 33,763.66 M²
- Number Of Basements: 4
- Servicies: Architectural design of University Campus
- Type: Culture and
- Status: Built
Tuesday, March 8th, 2016
Article source: Paul de Ruiter Architects
Campus renewal and sustainability ambitions go hand in hand at Erasmus University Rotterdam. In the newest addition to the campus, the multifunctional educational building called Polak, the university’s ambition is emphatically manifested: to be among the most sustainable campuses in the Netherlands. The energy-efficient building, of which both the interior and the exterior are designed by Paul de Ruiter architects, fits into the new educational strategy of the Erasmus University, aimed at activating, small-scale education.
Image Courtesy © Jeroen Musch
- Architects: Paul de Ruiter Architects
- Project: Polak building – Erasmus University Rotterdam
- Location: Woudestein Campus, Rotterdam
- Photography: Jeroen Musch, Tim van de Velde, Sebastian van Damme
- Project architects: Paul de Ruiter and Noud Paes
- Project team: Marlous Vriethoff, Laura van de Pol, Richard Buijs, Marieke Sijm
- Mechanical engineering: Wolter & Dros TBI Techniek, Amersfoort
- Contractor: SMT Bouw, Rosmalen, Palte, Valkenburg
- Interior architect: Paul de Ruiter Architects
- Landscape architect: Juurlink[+], Rotterdam (NL) and bureau JvantSpijker, Rotterdam (more…)
Wednesday, February 24th, 2016
Article source: v2com
In 2011, within the framework of its factory expansion projects, Aluminerie Alouette struck an accord with the Government of Quebec to finance the construction of a university building in Sept-Iles with the goal of improving access to graduate studies in the region.
Image Courtesy © Optik 360°
- Architects: BGLA | Architecture + Design urbain
- Project: Alouette University Building, UQAC
- Location: Sept-Îles, Canada
- Photography: Optik 360°
- Software used: Sketch Up, Revit, and Autocad
Wednesday, January 13th, 2016
Article source: Ikon.5 architects
The New South Student Center at Georgetown University is a renovation and addition that transforms an existing mid century residence hall into a vibrant new university living room for undergraduate life. Inspired by the unique ‘Hoya Saxa’ (stones) identity of the Georgetown student body, the center creates an experience of study and casual living spaces carved out of interior and exterior stone edifices. The ‘Saxa’ living wall is a stone clad green wall that provides a natural bio-friendly character to the Great Room that overlooks the Potomac and is one of many design features that assist this project in achieving a LEED Gold certification. Inside the ‘Saxa’ living wall are 12 individual wood clad group study rooms with enhanced video display systems and writable glass partition for students to work on projects together or separately. The Riverside Terrace is an outdoor landscaped area that extends the living space of the Great Room outdoors and overlooks the Potomac.
view of portal from entrance to the Great Lounge, Image Courtesy © Brad Feinknopf
- Architects: Ikon.5 architects
- Project: Student Center Georgetown University
- Location: Washington DC, USA
- Photography: Brad Feinknopf
- Size: 45,000 SF
- Software used: AutoCad
Thursday, January 7th, 2016
Article source: ZAS ARCHITECTS + INTERIORS
Setting benchmarks worldwide for engineering education, The Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence re-thinks campus hierarchy to foster modern ways of learning. Resulting from an intensive design process between ZAS Architects, The Lassonde School of Engineering, and York University, the world-class facility challenges past models with a modern approach rooted in student learning and empowerment.
Image Courtesy © Doublespace Photography
- Architects: ZAS ARCHITECTS + INTERIORS
- Project: THE BERGERON CENTRE FOR ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE
- Location: YORK UNIVERSITY KEELE CAMPUS,TORONTO, CANADA
- CLIENT: YORK UNIVERSITY, LASSONDE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
- ENGINEERING: ARUP CANADA
- FACADE ENGINEERING: BLACKWELL BOWICK PARTNERSHIP LTD.
- MATHEMATICAL FACADE PATTERN RESOLUTION: MESH CONSULTANTS
- LANDSCAPE: SCOTT TORRANCE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT INC.
- CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT: LAING O’ROURKE CANADA LTD & GILLAM GROUP INC
- SIZE: 170,000 SQ FT (15,800 M2)
- CONSTRUCTION BUDGET (CAD): $63 MILLION (BUILDING) $ 6 MILLION (SITE DEVELOPMENT)
- COMPLETED: SEPTEMBER 2015/ FULLY COMPLETE SPRING 2016
- Photography: Doublespace
- Software used: Revit 2013, Rhino v5, Grasshopper v1, 3DS Max 2014, Solidworks 2014, ETABS 2013
Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015
Article source: S3 Schmidt Arquitectos
The building arose as the materialisation of the Campus Creativo educational project developed by a group of academics from the Andrés Bello University. It is based on promoting the interaction between different related fields of the artistic matrix, promoting programmatic crossing and teamwork and pertaining to a contemporary collaborative environment.
Image Courtesy © Aryeh Kornfelp, Bruno Gilberto
- Architects: S3 Schmidt Arquitectos, Horacio Schmidt Cortes, Horacio Schmidt Radic, Martin Schmidt Radic
- Project: Creative Campus
- Location: Purísima 285B Recoleta Santiago, Chile
- Photography: Aryeh Kornfelp, Bruno Gilberto
- Chief Architect: Nicolas Norero
- Architects Partners: Lina Rojas
- Area constructed: 9500M2
- Constructor: Bravo e Izquierdo
- House refurbishment: Astudillo Construction Company
- Calculations: Sergio Contreras
- Facades: Hunter Douglas
- Site area: 4980M2
- Built area: 8,000 m2
- Design and construction year: 2014/2015