Archive for the ‘Warehouse’ Category
Friday, April 24th, 2015
Article source: Ryuichi Sasaki / SASAKI ARCHITECTURE
In recent years, various renovation projects have been attempted for a warehouse building, at which a legendary disco, “Juliana’s Tokyo”, once existed as a symbol of the Tokyo waterfront in the early 1990s. However, the attic part of the former discotheque on the second floor remained untouched for a long time, since it had a low ceiling height of 2.1m with only 1.7m under the beams, causing an oppressive feeling in the space.
Image Courtesy © Takumi Ota
- Architects: Ryuichi Sasaki / SASAKI ARCHITECTURE
- Project: WALL CLOUD
- Location: Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: Takumi Ota
- Light Design: Kazuhiro Nagashima /CHIPS LLC + NatsunaKameoka /Lighting Sou
- Producer: Re-Sohko + E-Sohko Group
- Contractor: Urban Plan
Tuesday, April 21st, 2015
Article source: Arplan, Ltd.
Historically, Spikeri was a warehouse district with 58 warehouses, built in the late 19th century, to store cargo from ships and train freights. Nowadays only 13 warehouses have been preserved, yet it is enough to feel the historic atmosphere. Spikeri square is a public space, constantly exposed to the changes of urban development and society evolution process, thus the historical environment is authentic and multi-layered, reflecting the citizen attitude towards cultural and historical values, accumulated there over centuries.
Image Courtesy © Aivars Silins, Ilze Denisova
- Architects: Arplan, Ltd. (Rolands Bruzgulis)
- Project: Revitalisation of Spikeri Square and Daugava waterfront promenade
- Location: Maskavas iela 6, Latgales priekšpilsēta, Rīga, LV-1050, Latvia
- Photography: Aivars Silins, Ilze Denisova
- Size of the site: Waterfront length 1 600.00m; project area 57 582.00m2; cost: 136.00 €/ m2
- Completed: August 2013 (started 2011)
- Client: Riga City Council City Development Department
- General contractor: Merks, Ltd. ; Saldus Celinieks, Ltd.
- Technical architects: Valters Bruzgulis, Rihards Millers, Ksenija Semjonova, Salvis Stafeckis
Saturday, March 21st, 2015
Article source: HMAA, Inc
Office building of a local company built in Kanagawa JAPAN.
The first floor was asked for the inventory storage warehouse, and the second floor was asked for them at a maximum of 16 persons’ business space, and the third floor was asked for an executive room and a conference room.
Image Courtesy © Nobuki Taoaka
- Architects: HMAA, Inc (hiroyuki moriyama architect and associates Inc.)
- Project: Office Building in Kanagawa
- Location: Kanagawa,Japan
- Photography: Nobuki Taoaka
Wednesday, February 11th, 2015
Article source: Landmak Architecture, jsc
This space was originally an above part of the bedroom (at the 3rd floor) of the old mansion which is set up many technical systems (electric system, water system, and air-conditioner), and this part is quite high. We have added one more floor in order to divide its height into two parts with the aim of creating to an additional floor (meanwhile, the underneath bedroom is still assured its height) for the purpose of the warehouse.
Image Courtesy © Le Anh Duc
- Architects: Landmak Architecture, jsc (Ta Tien Vinh)
- Project: The Origami-Inspired
- Location: Nam Thang Long – Tu Liem- Ha Noi – VietNam
- Photography: Le Anh Duc
- Architect in Charge: Ta Tien Vinh, Truong Tuan Chung
- Design Team: Do Thanh Tung, Vu Nam Son, Bui Huy Toan, Nguyen Thi Thu Phuong, Do Ha, Pham Dinh Hanh, Tran Viet Phu
- Project Manager: Do Thanh Tung
- Area: 110m2
- Year: 2015
Saturday, November 29th, 2014
Article source: Studio GAON
This project is a ‘House within a house’, which is built in a 20-year-old warehouse. A year ago in October, a young couple in their late 20s, visited our studio to build their house to live after their wedding. They were the youngest clients who required our design.
Image Courtesy © Youngchae Park
- Architects: Studio GAON
- Project: Unforgettable_House
- Location: Pohang, South Korea
- Photography: Youngchae Park
- Team: Hyoungnam Lim, Eunjoo Roh in studio_GAON
- Project Team: Seongwon Son, Minjung Choi, Sangwoo Yi, Sungpil Lee, Hanmoe Lee, Joowon Moon
- Site Area: 800㎡
- Building Area: 198㎡
Tuesday, November 11th, 2014
Article source: STUDIO ALEXANDER FEHRE
Movet is a company that literally originated in a garage. Today, the Movet brand is eponymous with outstanding competence in the field of conveyor belt technology. Because the capacity of the company’s rather makeshift headquarters had finally been reached, Studio Alexander Fehre was commissioned to design a new and more representative office space with an adjoining warehouse. The solution is a clever combination of different areas, so as to accommodate the diverse range of requirements in a limited space while retaining a spacious feel. The result is the ‘Movet Workshop’, which forms the epicentre of the space and functions as conference room, office kitchen and showroom in one. Contained behind an airy metal mesh façade, customers and visitors are welcomed here in the very heart of the office and thus immediately integrated into daily business. The new open-plan office structure communicates engagement, transparency and a marked team spirit – especially to the people working there.
Image Courtesy © Zooey Braun
- Architects: STUDIO ALEXANDER FEHRE
- Project: Movet Office Loft
- Location: Schorndorf, Germany
- Photography: Zooey Braun
- Client: Hadi GmbH, Hans Schüßler
- Size: 200 qm + 200 qm Lager (Storage)
- Year: 2014
Wednesday, October 29th, 2014
Article source: DENOLDERVLEUGELS ARCHITECTS & ASSOCIATES
In October 2014 DENOLDERVLEUGELS finished the renovation and extension of the warehouse and offices for ‘Transport Marcel Depaire’ in Mollem, near Brussels Belgium.
Image Courtesy © Michael van Oosten
- Architects: DENOLDERVLEUGELS ARCHITECTS & ASSOCIATES
- Project: WAREHOUSE & OFFICES DEPAIRE, EINDHOVEN THE NETHERLANDS
- Location: Mollem, Belgium
- Photography: Michael van Oosten
- CLIENT: TRANSPORT MARCEL DEPAIRE NV-SA, MOLLEM BELGIUM
- CONTRACTOR: REMCO RUIMTEBOUW BV
- SQM: WAREHOUSE 3.000 m2, OFFICES 600 m2
Wednesday, October 15th, 2014
Article source: Cork Institute of Technology
The Architecture Factory is a third level education and learning space. It is situated in a disused 1980s-manufacturing warehouse. The split-level warehouse is a tradition flat roofed steel frame structure with infill brick faced block envelope with minimal fenestration.
Image Courtesy © Cork Institute of Technology
Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014
Article source: Yuko Nagayama & Associates
Located on a center of Kyoto, along the historical street of Nakagyo-kuyou see a one storied Japanese restaurant “IZAMA” which is made of two parts, a cozy traditional warehouse and a large corner cut from a recently built hotel.
Image Courtesy © Yuko Nagayama & Associates
Wednesday, August 13th, 2014
Article source: HUB
The workhouse is part of a complex situated alongside the canal which has a very original and distinct character thanks to its special typology and materialisation. Unlike traditional industrial ‘boxes’, the workhouse’s programmatic mix is rather peculiar: it includes a garage, workshops, offices and a caretaker’s residence.
View-of-the-sculptural-ending-to-the-side-on-which-both-channels-meet-¬-Allard-van-der-Hoek, Image Courtesy © Allard van der Hoek
- Architects: HUB
- Project: Workhouse de scheepvaart
- Location: Schoten, Belgium
- Photography: Allard van der Hoek