Archive for the ‘Workshop’ Category
Monday, December 11th, 2017
Article source: TALLER ESTILO ARQUITECTURA
This project is located in the small town of Cholul, which is part of the municipality of Mérida in Yucatán, México.
The program consists of an entrance hall, a multifunctional space (living room, dining room and kitchen), terrace, studio, workshop, the master bedroom, guest bedroom, service area, the pool and a vegetable garden.
Image Courtesy © Arq. David Cervera
- Architects: TALLER ESTILO ARQUITECTURA
- Project: Ja Cholul House
- Location: Cholul, Yucatán, México
- Photography: Arq. David Cervera
- Collaborators: Arq. Silvia Eugenia Cuitún Coronado, Arq. Pedro Manuel Quintal Ruz, Ing. Emmanuel Rodríguez Godínez
- Surface: 331 sqm
Tuesday, December 5th, 2017
Article source: Continuation Studio
The M.Y.Lab Wood Workshop is located on the first floor of a warehouse, which used to be the Dongfeng Sofa Factory in Changning District, Shanghai. Adjacent to the warehouse, it is stood a new-built 150㎡ attached room, forming a triangle lacunain-between. The task is to refurbish the 300㎡ one-storey warehouse into a two-storey commercial space, which is to be operated as a wood crafting learning centre.
Image Courtesy © SHIROMIO Studio
- Architects: Continuation Studio
- Project: Excavating Lost Craft in City –Spatial Renovation of M.Y.Lab Wood Workshop
- Location: 1205 Kaixuan Road, Changning District, Shanghai, China
- Photography: SHIROMIO Studio
- Lead Architects: Fan Jiu-Jiang, Zhai Wen-Ting, Chen Kai-Xiong, Li Ting, Sun Fu-Dong, Chen Liu-Fen, Lyu Shuang-Er, Zhu Wei-Nan (Intern)
- Client: M.Y.Lab
- Genre: Architecture Renovation / Spatial Design
- Consultants: Neng Xiao-Wen
- Area: Approx. 450㎡ (Interior)
- Design Duration: 10/2016 – 12/2016
- Completed Time: 06/2017
Friday, November 10th, 2017
Article source: The Architectural Team, Inc.
The 100+ year-old Nockege River Mill Building, formerly home to the Fitchburg Yarn Company, is situated on 7.4 acres on the banks of the Nashua River in the city of Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Its 182,500 square feet span three massive floors. The Architectural Team’s thoughtful restoration and adaptive reuse of the historic structure into Yarn Works creates 96 oversized, modern lofts, of which 57 are market-rate and 39 affordable at different levels of area median income (AMI). The building features more than 280, 8-foot by 10-foot windows to provide each unit with expansive views and an abundance of natural light. The unit mix comprises 29 one-bedroom, 58 two-bedroom, and nine three-bedroom apartments; amenities include a large community room with 25-foot ceiling and 17-foot-tall windows, a fitness center with yoga room, on-site bike storage and workshop, and a new grand central atrium gallery. Renovation work on the National Register of Historic Places-listed building included removing the first floor and rebuilding it with concrete slab raised above the 100-year floodplain, as well as the repointing and repairing of the exterior brick envelope and chimney stack, and structural reinforcement to the roof. In addition, all windows and frames were replaced with historically matched, energy-efficient reproductions. The site stands a mile from the city center, with easy access to transit and commuter rail lines.
TAT_Yarn Works_Gregg Shupe: “The restored former mill building offers nearly 300 large windows.” Image Courtesy © Gregg Shupe
- Architects: The Architectural Team, Inc.
- Project: Yarn Works
- Location: Fitchburg, Massachusetts, US
- Photography: Andy Ryan / Gregg Shupe
- Developer: WinnDevelopment
- General Contractor: Colantonio, Inc
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 182,500 square feet
- Completion Year: 2017
Monday, October 30th, 2017
Article source: José Castro Caldas
In order to continue exploring the interlude between Architecture and woodcraft – In which the Architect builds his own work, I arranged this 40 m2 studio. An opportunity to study / test within this space that would become my Home | Office and set up a laboratory of Architecture, where I could try out both space organization and execution solutions in detail. The hypothesis of resolving the adjustments, reconsidering badly anticipated decisions, imperfections as a carpenter does with his pieces, with the balance of who projected to solve the inherent deviations of the construction processes, here in a scale of Architecture, a kind of revivalism of the Arts and Crafts movement… To inhabit it, al- lows me to perceive its result.
Image Courtesy © Mercês Tomaz Gomes
- Architects: José Castro Caldas
- Project: Casa Estudio Oficina
- Location: Lisbon, Portugal
- Photography: Mercês Tomaz Gomes
- Vfablab– ISCTE– IUL support: Alexandra Paio, Barbara Varela, Maria João de Oliveira and João Sousa.
- Gross Built Area: 40m2
- Completion Year: 2017
Friday, September 15th, 2017
Article source: Department of ARCHITECTURE Co., Ltd.
Thailand Creative and Design Center (TCDC) is a government agency with a mission to inspire creative thinking in the society and to propel the country’s creative economy. It provides a broad range of resources and services. The main components are a design library, a material library, and a co-working space. Other components include a makerspace, exhibition spaces, and workshops.
Image Courtesy © W Workspace
- Architects: Department of ARCHITECTURE Co., Ltd.
- Project: Thailand Creative and Design Center (TCDC)
- Location: Bangkok, Thailand
- Photography: W Workspace
- Software used: Rhinoceros, Autocad, 3dS Max
- Design Team: Peerapat Singkalvanich, Penlada Somjaidee, Komkrich Thonglaem, Tanasab Apiwannarat, Worrawit Leangweeradech, Tanapat Phanlert, Phasit Rattanachaisit, T-mah Chaivuthigornvanit
- Landscape Architect: Shma
- Lighting Designer: ACCENT Studio
Saturday, July 22nd, 2017
Article source: TYIN tegnestue Architects
A dream of the worldÕs most beautiful workspace
Three years ago HŒvard Lund stood in the office of TYIN Tegnestue. The musician from GildeskŒl presented a vision of creating the worldÕs most beautiful workspace on the isle of Fleinv¾r outside Bod¿, in the northernmost parts of Norway. The workspace would be a place where musicians, artists and other creative souls could rent rooms for shorter or longer timespans. The small isle offers a secluded working environment in an area of awe-inspiring natural beauty, surrounded on all sides by wild sea.
Image Courtesy © Pasi Aalto
- Architects: TYIN tegnestue Architects and Rintala Eggertsson Architects (Sami Rintala, Andreas G. Gjertsen, Yashar Hanstad, Dagur Eggertsson)
- Project: Fleinvær Refugium
- Location: Fleinv¾r, GildeskŒl Kommune, Norway
- Photography: Pasi Aalto
- Software used: SketchUp
- Client: HŒvard Lund
- Professionals: Hanmo (welding), T¿mrer Stangvik (carpentry), Andrew Devine (carpentry), Ruben Stranger (carpentry), Harboe Leganger (engineer)
- Students: Annika Persch Andersen, Simen Aas, Thea Hougsrud Andreassen, Edouard Bernard, Camille Boudeweel, Claudia Calvet Gomez, Steinar Hillers¿y Dyvik, Sophie Galarneau, William Gibson, Henrik Pfeiffer, Elise Aunet Tyldum, Espen Strandmyr Eide, Aurora Sch¿nfeldt Larsen, Kim Stroh, Erik Hadin, Anna van der Zwaag, Sara Lipinska, Harald Seljes¾ter, Tuva Andersen, Julia Kolacz, Mats Heggern¾s, Anne-Margrethe Lothe, Ulrikke Sch¿nfeldt, Anette Morvik Roberstad, Fredrik Asplin, Jan Fredrik Holmestrand, Alberto Reques, Sara Kamilla, Wik Edwina Brisbane, Adrian Aress¿nn Norwich, James Dugdale, Marek Lepiochin, Odin Ardach, Marie Norum, Tyra Mathilde Marsteng, Theodor Braat¿y, Jana Mentges, Simone Marusi, Pilou Passard, Quentin Desveaux, Rahel Haas, Ninni Westerholm, Ambra Aliraj, Sebastiˆ Mercadal, Ingrid Stenvik Larsen, Anna Maragno, Martin Boullay, Eirik SkŒrdalsmo, Even Egholm Fuglestad, Matilde Sundquist, Silva Marie Eikaas, Elisabeth Zachries, Beno”t Perrier, Martin Barrre, Julie Huseby, Agathe Ledoux, Ossian Quigley Berg, Roger Escorihuela, Emmanuel Banda
- Workshop teachers: Sami Rintala, Andreas G. Gjertsen, Yashar Hanstad, Dagur Eggertsson, Carla Carvalho, Pasi Aalto, Kata Palicz
- Cost: 6.000.000 NOK
- Area: 123 m2
- Building period: May 2013 – January 2017
Sunday, June 11th, 2017
Article source: LGA Architectural Partners
LGA Architectural Partners (LGA) has created Eva’s Phoenix, a neighbourhood within a building. Eva’s offers safe and inclusive long-term shelter, education and skills training to marginalized youth aged 16-24 in transition from homelessness to independent living. Within two, heritage-designated warehouses leased from the City of Toronto, the architectural team created a central, interior community faced by ten clean-lined and contemporary townhouses that are awash in natural light from a ceiling of new skylights, whilst securely enclosed by the original brick walls. For up to one year, each of the 50 residents enjoys his or her own bedroom, within a “house” comprised of a communal living and kitchen space and two bathrooms with up to four others. These houses face onto an internal street – which serves as a gathering place for the Eva’s community. The layering of spaces builds comfort by giving the youth the choice to decide their own level of integration.
Image Courtesy © Ben Rahn / A-Frame
- Architects: LGA Architectural Partners (Dean Goodman, Janna Levitt)
- Project: Eva’s Phoenix
- Location: Toronto, Canada
- Photography: Ben Rahn / A-Frame
- Partners-in-Charge: Drew Adams, Ian Huff, Jeanne Ng, Christie Pearson, Babak Taghikhani, Alex Tedesco
- Structural Engineer: Blackwell Structural Engineers
- Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: Lam & Associates Mechanical / Electrical Engineers
- Civil Engineering: Fabian Papa and Partners
- Landscape Architect: Scott Torrance Landscape Architect
- Heritage Consulting: E.R.A.
Sunday, June 4th, 2017
Article source: Rena Sakellaridou & Morpho Papanikolaou, SPARCH
We recycle ideas, architectural concepts, structures, buildings, materials. We experiment with hybrids that step out from what exists and are transformed through new programs. How do you transform the former paper factory in Marzabotto into a place for culture, development and innovation? How do you recycle this old industrial plant into new life and uses? How do you give the Green Academy strong presence?
Image Courtesy © Rena Sakellaridou & Morpho Papanikolaou, SPARCH
- Architects: Rena Sakellaridou & Morpho Papanikolaou, SPARCH
- Project: Eco-Cocoon | Green Academy
- Location: Bologna, Italy
- Collaborating Architects: N. Apergis A. Georgiadis, N. Tsompikou G. Papanikolaou, A. Verteouri, A. Vasileiou
- Students: D. Pouniou, Z. Kokogia, P. Vryza, K. Venieris, A. Carrer Vives, M. Vollas
Thursday, May 4th, 2017
Article source: Boano Prismontas
The name Quiubox is a combination of the Colombian expression “¿Quiubo?”, meaning “what’s up”, “hello, what is happening”, and a “box”, referring to a small scale architectural object, a container of knowledge and activities.
Quiubox is a nomadic workshop, a project designed for the Afro-Colombian communities living in the coastal areas surrounding Cartagena.The project aims to tackle inequality by building bridges between professionals and ethnic communities in the Colombian Caribbean.
Image Courtesy © Boano Prismontas
- Architects: Boano Prismontas
- Project: Quiubox
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Artworks: Marìa Eugenia Beizo
- Collaborators: Alessio Monarca, Eszter Hanzséros, Nicola Paggi, Stefano Casati, Wilson Lam
Sunday, April 30th, 2017
Article source: Raum
The Trucks Maintenance Centre is an antenna of the Ile et Vilaine departmental equipment park (Britany, France).
The project proposes to create a dialogue between the new building and the landscape bocage.
Image Courtesy © Audrey Cerdan
- Architects: RAUM
- Project: Trucks Maintenance Centre
- Location: La Gouesnière, Britany, France
- Photography: Audrey Cerdan
- Client: Conseil Régional de Bretagne
- Engineering: Otéis (TCE), Acoustibel (acoustique)
- Materials: Wood, Concrete, Polycarbonate, Vegetalize roof & Steel
- Cost: 3 800 000 € (excl. tax)
- Surface: 2 352 m2
- Year: 2016