Archive for the ‘Warehouse’ Category
Thursday, January 11th, 2018
Article source: Alpugan Architects
The Sunis Residence in Antalya, designed by Alpugan Architects, offers a futuristic, flexible and sustainable living complex, with an approach based on historical, natural and physical parameters of the city, the relationship established with nature, and settlement decisions integrated with the ‘open green system’.
Image Courtesy © Alpugan Architects
- Architects: Alpugan Architects
- Project: Sunis Residence
- Location: Konyaaltı-Antalya, Turkey
- Investor: Turaçlar Group
- Contractor: Turaçlar İnşaat
- Total Construction Area: 25.368,42 sqm
- Total Landscape Area: 6.527,20 sqm
- Number of Houses: 152
- Total Land: 14.666 sqm
- Size of Houses: 100-800 sqm
- Completion Date: September 2018
Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017
Article source: Serrano + Baquero Architects
The project is located in the Nervion neighborhood in Seville, which as shown in various old pictures and plans of past periods, has always had a strong industrial character.
It was the supply area of the city for many years, with many parcels on which wheat was cultivated. In 1830, part of the building object of the intervention, had already been built as an industrial building for the storage of farm tools, and then used as a warehouse for tractors.
Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda
- Architects: Serrano + Baquero Architects (Juan Serrano Garcia & Paloma Baquero Masats)
- Project: Echoes of an industrial past
- Location: Puentezuelas 22 Bis. Granada, Spain.
- Photography: Fernando Alda
- Project collaborators: Adriana Rodriguez Gonzalez, Jose Ignacio Nicolás Cantón
- Client: Raccoon Games
- Construction costs: 70.000 euro
- Total area in square meters: 412 sqm
- Completion date: June 2015
Monday, November 13th, 2017
Article source: Graham Baba Architects
Surrounded by the world’s most high-tech fruit packing warehouses, the 16,500-square-foot Washington Fruit & Produce Co. headquarters is conceived as an oasis amidst a sea of concrete and low-lying brush landscape. Tucked behind land forms and site walls, this courtyard-focused office complex provides a refuge from the noise and activity of the industrial processing yards nearby. Taking its design cue from an aging barn that the client had identified as a favorite, the concept seeks to capture the essence of an utilitarian agricultural aesthetic. A simple exposed structure that employs a limited material palette and natural patina, the design merges rural vernacular with an equally spare contemporary aesthetic. The L-shaped building is nested into the landscape through the use of board-formed concrete site walls and earthen berms that wrap the perimeter to form a central, landscaped courtyard. Soil excavated for foundation work was repurposed for the perimeter berms, eliminating the need to remove it or add more. A notch through the berm provides access from the parking area to the formal courtyard and building entrance.
Image Courtesy © Graham Baba Architects
- Architects: Graham Baba Architects
- Project: Washington Fruit & Produce HQ
- Location: Washington, USA
- Interior design: Interior Motiv
- Structural engineer: MA Wright, LLC
- M/E/P/fire protection engineer: ARUP
- Landscape architect: The Berger Partnership
- Lighting designer: Brian Hood Lighting
- Contractor: Artisan Construction
- Structurally Insulated Panel roof: Premier SIPS
Monday, October 23rd, 2017
Article source: Warehouse
This project was conceived and designed by means of an extensive and highly participatory process, in which the communities of Terras da Costa were always present and actively involved in the discussion.
Image Courtesy © Warehouse
- Architects: Warehouse
- Project: Cozinha Comunitária das Terras da Costa
- Location: Costa da Caparica, Portugal
- Team: Warehouse + ateliermob
- Main Sponsor: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
- Partners: Câmara Municipal de Almada, SMAS Almada, Casa do Vapor, Studio AH-HA, Eurostand, Investwood, Exemplo Concreto, F. S. Máquinas, Carpintaria SALFER, Tintas CIN, Electricista Paulo Filipe Rúben Teodoro, Ricardo Morais, Sebastião de Botton, João Peixe, Inês Paiva, Samuel Boche, Licia Soldavini, Martinho Pita, Diana Pereira
- Collaborators: Cindree; Maël Castellan; Severine Brug; Céline Lixon; Merril Sinéus; Diogo Anjos; Emeline Romanat; Marion Levoir; Noémie Paperin; Ana Catarino; Zé Nuno; Catarina Matos Silva; Sofi Sousa; Anna Ibraev; Luis de Botton; Mariana Pires; Bernardo Lourenço; Ana Rita Mendonça; José; Madalena Garnier Marques; Diogo; Etienne; Mariana Vargues; Inês Martins; Ana; Du Carvalho; Braíma; Hugo; Victor; Ivan; Sr.Mário; Sr.Duarte; Lizzi; Dona Victoria; Dona Fonzinha; Marta; Thierry Oliveira; Cecilia Valenti.
Monday, October 23rd, 2017
Article source: Eureka+ G architects studio
This project is planned as sake warehouse among new residential area and commercial strip in Tsukuba. Sake warehouse has function as store in local business and as logistics base connection between sake warehouse to customer. Stimulation to the region and meltinging to landscape makes scenery.
Image Courtesy © Hideki Ookura
- Architects: Eureka+ G architects studio
- Project: Ono-sake warehouse
- Location: Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
- Photography: Hideki Ookura
- Client: Ono-Sake-Ten
- Design team: Inagaki Junya, Sano Satoshi, Nagai Takuo, Hori Eisuke / Eureka + Ryohei Tanaka, Gwangbeom Heo/ G architects studio
- Structural engineering: Nagai Takuo, The University of Shiga Prefecture/Eureka
- Environmental engineering: Hori Eisuke, Kindai University/Eureka
- Area: 494 sqm
- Design period: May 2015-November 2016
- Completion: 2016
Sunday, April 2nd, 2017
Article source: Gus Wüstemann Architects
This is a Reconstruction of a multi-family house with workshop rooms underneath in the area Seefeld of the city of Zurich. The house has been in a core zone since the new regulations. Therefore the outlines of the existing volumes are protected and the project had to be developed in collaboration with the conservation of monuments.
Image Courtesy © Bruno Helbling
Friday, March 17th, 2017
Article source: Marcos Guiponi
Sinergia Cowork originally started as a real estate development project, with 32 offices and 4 rental meeting rooms. Just another operation inside a recycled space that in its history worked housed a carpentry, mechanical workshop, movie studio and warehouse.
The offices function as a cowork: A recent concept in contemporary office spaces, where the user inserts himself into a heterogeneous collaborative environment that enhances his work and social skills.
The project seeks to maintain the aesthetics of the pre-existing building by using completely removable lightweight structures, made through metal beams and Structural Insulated Panels walls, and by using a neutral color palette (white and light gray), where the only color is given by the coworkers, vegetation and furniture.
The main entrance of the building is through a garage door, that is highlighted by the logo of the company. The ground floor consists of a central yard that articulates offices with cowork spaces and meeting rooms. Smaller offices are distributed in the upper floor, together with a 3d printing workshop, flexible cowork spaces, living rooms, and a photography studio.
The existing basement, built at the beginning of the 20th century, with vaults and walls in brick and stone, becomes the space of relaxation, housing the playroom, dining room, kitchen and a giant screen.
On the roof, and going through the original wooden truss, you can access an event room with an outdoor deck that is used on weekends as a place of interaction and relaxation of the coworkers outside their working hours.
Image Courtesy © Marcos Guiponi
- Architects: Emilio Magnone + Marcos Guiponi
- Project: Sinergia Cowork Palermo
- Location: Palermo, Montevideo, Uruguay
- Photography: Marcos Guiponi
- Collaborators: Mateo Vidal, Valentina Viqueira
- Structure: Magnone-Pollio Ingenieros Civiles
- Project Area: (sqm) 1400
- Year: 2013-2014
Tuesday, March 7th, 2017
Article source: mint LIST
APPAREIL has converted a Barcelona warehouse into co-working office and maker space, on the top floor of a building in Poblenou, the city’s former industrial quarter. Currently part of the 22@Barcelona – Innovation District’s renewal plan, approved in 2000, the area is evolving into a dynamic, vibrant urban district, brimming with knowledge-intensive activities, from both the professional and academic sectors.
Image Courtesy © José Hevia
- Architects: APPAREIL
- Project: Za/Pa
- Location: 22@Barcelona – Innovation District (Poblenou), Spain
- Photography: José Hevia
- Design team: Edouard Cabay, Massimo D’Aiello, Sonia Lamesa Pina, Alejandro Rondón.
- Nodo (Alejandro Rondon, Miguel Acha, Ferran Huguet)
- Medio Design (Juan Pablo Quintero)
- Climate: Dosdedos (Marc Carratala)
- GFA: 205 sqm
- Budget: 60.000 €
- Completion: January 2017
Thursday, February 16th, 2017
Article source: Specht Architects
The original poured-in-place concrete warehouse in downtown Austin dates from the early 1900s and is a prime example of the type of building that once populated the warehouse district. Built alongside a once active railroad spur, the building was purchased from its original owner who had performed almost no alterations to the 1915 building. The original concrete frame and brick infill building had been in continuous use as an unconditioned storage space and suffered from what we call “benign neglect”—it hadn’t been upgraded, but it hadn’t been messed up, either.
Image Courtesy © Taggart Sorenson
- Architects: Specht Architects (Specht Harpman)
- Project: San Jacinto Building
- Location: Austin, Texas, USA
- Photography: Taggart Sorenson
- Software used: Autocad
Thursday, February 16th, 2017
Article source: mei architects and planners
In the summer of 2013 Mei architects and planners won the architect selection procedure for the design of the new volume and the redevelopment of the Fenix I warehouse..
The Fenix warehouses, located opposite Hotel New York and the Rijnhaven Bridge, were built in 1922 in Katendrecht, Rotterdam. Previously called the San Francisco warehouse, the structure has two levels with floor heights of six metres, and was originally 360 metres in length.
Image Courtesy © Mei & WAX
- Architects: mei architects and planners
- Project: Fenix I – Loft apartments on top of a warehouse
- Location: Veerlaan / Rijnhaven Rotterdam NL
- Photography: Mei & WAX
- Client: Heijmans Vastgoed
- Team Mei architects and planners: Robert Winkel, Menno van der Woude, Michiel van Loon, Robert Platje, Roy Wijte, Riemer Postma, Ruben Aalbersberg, Kasia Domachowska, Adriaan Smidt, Rutger Kuipers, Rob reintjes, Danijel Gavranovic, King Chaichana, Johan van Es
- Area: 8.500 m2 commercial, cultural & culinary / ca. 9.000 m2 parking / ca. 23.000 m2 loft apartments