Archive for the ‘Warehouse’ Category
Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013
Article source: ISRAEL ALBA
A newly-created industrial zone in a peripheral area with no identity, references or language; major road links which cross, divide and model the contemporary landscape; a narrow, long plot between partition walls. Only the distant views on this landscape offer any interesting prospect of a relationship with the outside.
Image Courtesy © Eduardo Sánchez
- Architects: ISRAEL ALBA
- Project: OFFICES AND INDUSTRIAL WAREHOUSE
- Location: MADRID, Spain
- Photography: Eduardo Sánchez
- Project team: Jorge Valseca, Juan García (student of architecture)
- Area: 1.714 m²
- Client: VALORIZA, S.A.
- Construction engineer: José María Hernández
- Engineering consulting: Oscar García
- Builidng services consulting: JG Ingenieros (Emilio González)
- Construction company: VALORIZA, S.A.
- Software Used: AutoCAD
Saturday, November 2nd, 2013
Article source: Metro Arkitekter
Metro is responsible for the construction and renovation of the warehouse “Magasinet” into modern and flexible office. The warehouse was designed in 1951 by architect Thage Möller and has a unique character thanks to its terraces for direct loading and unloading of boats.
Image Courtesy © Rafael Palomo
- Architects: Metro Arkitekter
- Project: Warehouse “Magasinet”
- Location: Hans Michelsengatan 10, Malmö
- Photography: Rafael Palomo
- Project Team: Claes R Janson, Rafael Palomo (responsible architects), Mikael Dankull (engineer), Henrik Troedson, Jens Ekander.
- Developer: Wihlborgs Fastigheter AB
- Area: 7 500 sqm
- Year: 2013
- Builder: MVB Syd AB
- Engineer: Danewids Ingenjörsbyrå, Mikael Gullberg
Saturday, July 13th, 2013
Article source: Hideo Horikawa Architect & Associates
This building is a workshop-cum-warehouse of the neighboring company. The first floor is the workshop, and the second floor is the warehouse. In this limited space, the warehouse storage area was maximized.
Incorporating a concept that robustly expressed the client company into this building was an important theme.
The client is a company that supplies professional shampoos and cosmetics to beauty salons, and studies the science of hair and hair growth.
Image Courtesy © Katsuhisa Kida
- Architects: Hideo Horikawa Architect & Associates
- Project: Nousfit Warehouse
- Location: Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: Katsuhisa Kida
- Built area: 39.74㎡
- Completion 2013 May
- Design:Hideo Horikawa Hideo Horikawa Architect & Associates
- Contractor: Takeshi Koumuten
Tuesday, June 18th, 2013
Article source: Disguincio&Co srl
The project is about the ri-territorialization of a series of commercial warehouses: combining the need to renovate the facade and to design the parking area in front of the building, the architecture reconnects the building to the surrounding environment through the staging of a new landscape that tries to absorb the character of that country side, now forgotten by that area of the town, outskirt of Pordenone.
Image Courtesy © Disguincio&Co srl
- Architects: Disguincio&Co srl
- Project: eMOTION(ing) topography
- Location: Pordenone, Italy
- Typology: photovoltaic roof
- Client: condominio Aquileia
- Area: 4000 sqm
- Renderings: Telegram71 (www.telegram71.com) (more…)
Sunday, May 12th, 2013
Article source: Disguincio&co
E.I. is the new facade of a series of warehouses dated back to the ’80s, situated at the east gate of Pordenone. The expansion is designed to accommodate new offices and give a unified appearance to the complex, currently fragmented both in terms of color and shape. The particular geometry solves organically these dissonant moments: tectonic components (pillars, beams, etc..) and programmatic exigencies (openings, entrances, etc..) have been integrated into a single body, in fact, the mass of the building is stretched to generate ground supports and tears to open the interior to natural light.
Image courtesy Disguincio&co
- Architects: Disguincio&co
- Project: Embedded Interferences
- Location: Pordenone, Italy
- Uperficie intervention: 1820 sqm
Friday, May 3rd, 2013
Article source: Lake Flato Architects
The Pearl Brewery Redevelopment Master Plan and the adaptive reuse of the Full Goods Warehouse are serving as a model and catalyst for green urban revitalization in a long neglected portion of San Antonio’s inner city. After 15 years lying derelict, the creative reuse of this 26-acre brownfield site and its neglected structures are drawing in a rich mix of new residents, small businesses, retail, and non-profits while emphasizing community, conservation, and local economic development. This is a new community meeting ground where visionary private development and public space come together to create a vibrant urban destination.
Image courtesy Lake Flato Architects
- Architects: Lake Flato Architects
- Project: Pearl Brewery/Full Goods Warehouse
- Location: 200 E Grayson St, San Antonio, Texas 78215, USA
- Project Owner: Rio Perla
- Joint Venture or Associate Architect: Durand-Hollis, Rupe Architects
- Project Completion Date: June, 2009
- Project Site: Brownfield Site
- Project Type: Mixed – Use
- Building Gross Floor Area: 63,481 square feet
- Total project cost at time of completion, land excluded: $9,000,000.00
Tuesday, April 9th, 2013
Article source: Seijo Peon Arquitectos
The building was designed for a mobile telephone company, and rises from an initial idea from the clients to create a “warehouse with offices”, i.e., they requested a box with a single door… a building closed to the exterior with a versatile interior that could be exploited for a variety of uses without a space hierarchy. The idea of closing the building to the exterior was mainly needed for security reasons.
Image Courtesy © Alberto Cáceres Zenteno
- Architects: Seijo Peon Arquitectos & Asociados
- Project: Macrocel
- Location: Mérida, Yucatan, Mexico
- Photography: Alberto Cáceres Zenteno
- Architect: Juan Carlos Seijo Encalada & Josefina Peon de Seijo.
- Collaborators: Israel Ramírez Segura/ Marco Sogbi Martínez/ Claudina Peon Puerto/ Alejandra Molina Gual/ Interactual
- Software used: Autocad, the 3D Model and renders on 3DMAX Studio and for the final details on the renders Adobe Photoshop
Wednesday, March 13th, 2013
Article source: Flores Prats Arquitectos
The YUTE’S project is an extension of an existing textile warehouse. The two young clients had bought an old offices building with some storage at its side, and after a few years of use they started to miss storage area, so they though in enlarging it. The original building didn’t have much quality from the architectural point of view, but from the beginning we thought that was better to keep as much as possible of the existing and growing from that, instead of demolishing all and start a new building.
Image Courtesy © Hisao Suzuki
- Architects: Flores Prats Arquitectos
- Project: Yute’s Warehouse
- Location: 3 Trabajo Street, Sant Just Desvern, Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Hisao Suzuki
- Project: 1999 – 2001
- Construction: 2002 – 2005
- Built area: 2000 m2
- Promoter: YUTE’S Textiles
- Structural adviser: Arch. Manuel Arguijo
- Supply adviser: Eng. Bernat Alonso
- Quantity surveyor: Alberto Rodríguez (Rodríguez-Tozzi)
- Collaborators: Silvia Bianchini, Nina Leypoldt, Els van Meerbeek, Cristian Zanoni, Guido Fiszson, Ellen Halupczok, Inecita Florez, Paula Avila, Eugenia Troncoso, Israel Hernando, Jonny Pugh.
Thursday, February 28th, 2013
Article source: Jean-Baptiste Lacoudre Architectures
As part of the grouping of different services on 105 Air Base, the project involves creating a unique place which shares competences and developing energy. The logistic building has been initially designed from the “efficiency” of the process, which took the form of an industrial lobby (52 meters large and 800 meters long) able to develop interactions and chains of different flows.
Image Courtesy Jean-Baptiste Lacoudre Architectures
- Architects: Jean-Baptiste Lacoudre Architectures
- Project: Logistics buildings of the 105 Air Base
- Location: Evreux, France
warehouses of logistics
workshops of services
maintenance workshops of vehicles
Wednesday, December 19th, 2012
Article source: 403architecture [dajiba]
This project was the design and construction of a warehouse for an interiors shop and restaurant.
At this time, we had built up a stock of materials from three previous projects; “the floor of Atsumi”, “the grid of Santen” and “the difference of Ebitsuka” so, we decided to use these material for the warehouse. Unfortunately though, the amount was not enough. The idea for additional material was to reuse palettes used in freight trafficking. In modern distribution, the material of the palette has now shifted from timber to plastic and so, the transportation companies are burdened with the task of disposing of the large inventory of wood. It is for this reason, we decided to use this material, which had supported the commodity of the national distribution system, to try to create a relationship with local distribution and trade.
Image Courtesy Kentahasegawa