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New Assisted Living & Memory Care Community in NEW YORK by SLCE Architects

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Article source: SLCE Architects

Welltower Inc. (NYSE:HCN), a leader in health care infrastructure, and partner Hines, the international real estate firm, today unveiled the first rendering of a 15-story, 125,000-square-foot property they will develop at 139 East 56th Street on the northeast corner of Lexington Avenue and 56th Street in midtown Manhattan. The property, designed by SLCE Architects, LLP, is an as-of-right development that will have retail at its base and a senior living and memory care community above.

Image Courtesy © SLCE Architects

Image Courtesy © SLCE Architects

  • Architects: SLCE Architects
  • Project: New Assisted Living & Memory Care Community
  • Location:  New York, U.S.A


Aequilibrium in Venice, Italy by C+S architects

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

Article source: C+S architects

Equilibrium is a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced. A state of physical balance; A calm state of mind; in chemistry: A state in which a process and its reverse are occurring at equal rates so that no overall change is taking place; in economics: a situation in which supply and demand are matched. Equilibrium is that of the ‘house of cards’, of the tightrope walker, of the proportion of a classical column or of a statue, of the sailing boat travelling not upwind or lee.

Image Courtesy © C+S architects

Image Courtesy © C+S architects

  • Architects: C+S architects
  • Project: Aequilibrium
  • Location: Corderie dell’arsenale, Venice, Italy
  • Software used: 3d max with Vray
  • Architects and art directors: Carlo cappai, maria alessandra segantini, c+s
  • Responsible architects: Matteo benigna, Diego collini
  • Collaborators: Matteo cecchi, Mara mior, Diana smiljkovic
  • Structural and health and Safety engineering, site supervision:
 Alessandro bonaventura, sandro favero, luigi ranzato, f&m ingegneria


Branksome Hall Athletics & Wellness Centre in Ontario, Canada by MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

Article source: MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects 

Branksome Hall was established as an independent all girls school in the residential South Rosedale Heritage Conservation District in the urban heart of the City of Toronto, Canada — now a leading International Baccalaureate (IB) World School. The campus is set within a large 13-acre property characterized by lush, wooded ravine edges and open green spaces. The city’s extension of Mount Pleasant Road divided the campus into two sides and the students cross via a pedestrian bridge.

Image Courtesy © Shai Gil

Image Courtesy © Shai Gil

  • Architects: MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects (MJMA)
  • Project: Branksome Hall Athletics & Wellness Centre
  • Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Photography: Shai Gil
  • Software used: AutoCAD
  • Client: Branksome Hall
  • Structural: Blackwell Engineering
  • Mechanical: Smith + Andersen
  • Electrical: Smith + Andersen
  • Civil: MGM Consulting
  • Heritage: ERA Architects
  • Landscape: PMA Landscape Architects
  • Construction Manager: Gillam Group
  • Building Area: 72,000 sf
  • Year: 2015



Sunday, January 24th, 2016

Article source: inSpace architecture

The project at 73 boulevard de la Villette in the 10th arrondissement of Paris comprises 14 units of social housing for the SIEMP and a Mother and Child Welfare Center (Protection Maternelleet Infantile, or PMI) for the Department of Families and Infants (DFPE) of the city of Paris. The integration of the project into the lot demonstrates the intention to set up a building that assimilates the composition with the context, its morphologies and urban specificities, and thus designed as an element that reflects its environment. The building expresses two distinct aspects of reality: Life on the boulevard, and life in the heart of the city block. This duality is developed at various levels of the building’s conception.

Image Courtesy © inSpace Architecture

Image Courtesy © inSpace Architecture

  • Architects: inSpace architecture
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Contractor: SIEMP
  • Visuals: HervéAbbadie
  • Surface: 1400 m²
  • Cost: 2,5M€ before tax
  • Calendar: delivered in november 2015


The Clinic in Shanghai, China by Hcreates

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

Article source: Hcreates

The Clinic – by International Rehabilitation Specialists. The first of its kind in Shanghai, The Clinic, is a wellness, and rehabilitation center focusing on each person’s individual needs. The design aims to create an interior that overturns ones idea of the “sterile white walled” hospital environment. Raw materials of concrete, rustic wood, textured glass and industrial lighting have been used to create an intimate boutique style to the common spaces and treatment rooms. The minimalistic and natural finishes give suggestion to a spa interior to instill a feeling of relaxation and healing.

Image Courtesy © Seth Powers Photography

Image Courtesy © Seth Powers Photography

  • Architects: Hcreates
  • Project:The Clinic
  • Location: Jiashan Road, Shanghai, China
  • Photography: Seth Powers Photography
  • Software used: Autodesk, Revit
  • Graphic Design and Branding: NO BODY Visual Communication
  • Designer(s): Hannah Churchill
  • Design Year: March 2015


Everton Well-being Centre in Scarborough, England by Studio Maurice Shapero

Saturday, February 21st, 2015

Article source: Studio Maurice Shapero

The idea is to address the duality of an open community building with the introverted / confidential nature of a Doctors practice. The triangular form is open at each end, but closed along its length. Extrusions are inherently both open and closed. Each end contains public halls with out door rooms (open) and the central area the surgeries (closed). The West end is open to St Anthony’s façade with an outdoor room for waiting and contemplation.

This building is a long roof………everyone, both patients and doctors, under the same roof.


Image Courtesy © Studio Maurice Shapero


Level in Leiden, The Netherlands by MVSA Architects

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

Article source: MVSA Architects

Level is located adjacent to Leiden Central Station. Level is a building that houses a variety of organizations including the new ROC Leiden (regional training centre), a commercial hotel and a care hotel, and a fitness club and wellness centre with a swimming pool.

Image Courtesy © Michel Kievits

Image Courtesy © Michel Kievits

  • Architects: MVSA Architects
  • Project: Level
  • Location: Bargelaan 180, Leiden, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Ronald Tilleman, Michel Kievits
  • Design: 2003 – 2007
  • Clients: GREEN Real Estate, ROC (Regionaal Opleidingen Centrum) Leiden
  • Lead architects: Roberto Meyer, Sylvia Wirtz
  • Builder: Visser en Smit Bouw in cooperation with Boele & van Eesteren
  • Engineering building physics, fire safety and acoustics: DGMR
  • MEP engineering: Techniplan adviseurs
  • Strukton Engineering: ABT, Aveco de Bondt
  • Construction:
    • Start:  December 2009;
    • Delivery carcass work: March 2013
    • Delivery interior: July 2013
    • Opening: September 2013


Physiotherapie and rehabilitation centre PUR in Freistadt, Upper Austria by Peter Schneider, Erich Lengauer

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Article source: Schneider & Lengauer Architekten

Over the past years, Thomas Plöckinger-Schatzl and his team have expanded their services. Besides classical physiotherapy, they now also offer medical exercise therapy, massage, and the sale of training and therapy utensils. The integration of all these services made building a new practice essential. The space solution developed by Schneider & Lengauer integrates these requirements and therefore provides a simple, smooth and barrier-free organization of all work areas.

Image Courtesy Dietmar Tollerian

  • Architects: Peter Schneider, Erich Lengauer
  • Project: Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Center PUR
  • Location: Freistadt, Upper Austria
  • Photo-credits: Dietmar Tollerian


Winona State University Integrated Wellness Center in Minnesota by Holabird & Root

Sunday, June 5th, 2011

Article source: Holabird & Root

The Integrated Wellness Center combines what the client identifies as the six dimensions of wellness – intellectual, social, emotional, physical, occupational and spiritual. To advance these six principles, the university committed to combining recreational student activities (gym and fitness areas) with the health and wellness services (health clinic, campus pharmacy) under one roof, promoting a multidisciplinary approach to wellness.

South East Rotunda (Images Courtesy Mark Ballogg Photography)

  • Architect: Holabird & Root
  • Project: Winona State University Integrated Wellness Center
  • Location: Winona, Minnesota
  • Completion date: 2010
  • Gross Square Feet: 78,000 SF
  • Photographer: Mark Ballogg Photography
  • Software used: AutoCAD and Sketch-up


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