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Ancona School Gymnasium in Illinois by JGMA

 
June 23rd, 2017 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: JGMA

Within the constraints of an otherwise non-descript box, design studio JGMA has inventively designed an attractive and engaging transformation that provides a constrained space with multi-functional capacity, while reinforcing the identity of a visionary school. Working on a small renovation budget, the Ancona School in Chicago’s southside Hyde Park had been fighting loud reverberating acoustics and harsh lighting in their undersized gymnasium, making use of the space nearly unbearable. The room is much smaller than any typical gym–a retro-fit holdover from an out-dated 1960’s construction–but it houses many of the school’s primary athletic functions and is the only school space large enough for family gatherings and school performances.

Image Courtesy © JGMA

  • Architects: JGMA
  • Project: Ancona School Gymnasium
  • Location: Illinois, USA

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Chino Canyon Residence in Los Angeles, California by Hundred Mile House

 
June 23rd, 2017 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Hundred Mile House

This project is a renovation and addition to a custom-built home built in 1954 at the base of San Jacinto Mountain in Palm Springs, California. The original layout, post-and-beam construction, wall of custom wooden windows and unique architectural detailing are reminiscent of Cliff May’s iconic Rancho homes, yet the original architect is unknown.

Image Courtesy © Hundred Mile House

  • Architects: Hundred Mile House
  • Project: Chino Canyon Residence
  • Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Software used: SketchUp pro and Autocad

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Ren technologies in Noida, India by Chaukor Studio

 
June 23rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Chaukor Studio

Introduction

REN Technologies India Ltd. is a service oriented company that provides its customers with various design applications on different types of mediums based on the end usage. The applications range from creating patterns, textures, CNC jaalis, 3D printing, digital printing on paper, wood, stone, tiles, glass etc.

The idea is to explore the various applications that are provided at REN Technologies and exploit the same to bring about the inherent character and reflect the identity of the company within the framework of the interior design.

Double-height reception area, Image Courtesy © Chaukor Studio

  • Architects: Chaukor Studio
  • Project: Ren technologies
  • Location: Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India
  • Client: REN Technologies India Ltd.
  • Project Estimate: Rs1.2 Crore
  • Project Area: 12000 sq. ft
  • Commencement Date: September 2013
  • Completion Date: October 2014

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House in Nagashima, Japan by Takeshi Ishiodori Architecture

 
June 23rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Takeshi Ishiodori Architecture

It is a wooden house built in Nagashima located in the northwest corner of Kagoshima prefecture in Japan.

The East China Sea spreads to the west of the site, and can see the Amakusa archipelago beyond it.

The sunset over here is really beautiful.

Image Courtesy © Takeshi Ishiodori Architecture

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Hotel Pino Nature in Bosnia & Herzegovina by Studio Zec

 
June 23rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Studio Zec

Sarajevo is a longitudinal city, with heterogeneous architecture, surrounded by mountains that have hosted the Winter Olympics in 1984. Alongside the coffee house cult, ubiquitous in public space, there is a tradition of recreation on the surrounding mountains – \”the lungs of the city\”. Ten minutes by car from the city center, Hotel Pino is situated on the slopes of Mount Trebević on 1070 m altitude, built on the ruins of Sarajevo’s favorite hiking resort – Prvi Šumar (in English: First Forester).

Image Courtesy © Damir Daitbegovic

  • Architects: Studio Zec (Amir Vuk – Zec, Sanela Belko, Darijo Bojanic, Belma Jusufovic)
  • Project: Hotel Pino Nature
  • Location: Near Sarajevo-mountain Trebevic, Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Photography: Damir Daitbegovic
  • Client: RELAX tour Sarajevo
  • Structural Engineer: Isak Medić (Calypso d.o.o.), Sarajevo
  • Gross Internal Floor Area: 2100m2
  • Start On Site: 2014
  • Completion: 2015

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Calusca Apartment in Milan, Italy by Filippo Taidelli Architetto

 
June 23rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Filippo Taidelli Architetto

The project foresees the conversion of a workshop into an apartment with the intention to adequate the original installations to the requirements of a contemporary apartment. The environment, once a grain store, is characterized by a system of ribbed vaults leaning on granite pillars. From the main entrance access is granted to a distribution compartment from which to access the service, sleeping, and living areas. The sleeping area is characterized by regular volumes with marmorino warm colours finishing inserted on the existent bright white envelope, while the living area has been projected as ample open space to which the kitchen faces.

Image Courtesy © Andrea Rossetti

  • Architects: Filippo Taidelli Architetto
  • Project: Calusca Apartment
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: Andrea Rossetti
  • Lighting designer: Rossi Bianchi Lighting Design

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ACTIVATE, GENERATE, INTEGRATE! in Kristiansand, Norway by SPARCH Sakellaridou / Papanikolaou Architects

 
June 23rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: SPARCH Sakellaridou / Papanikolaou Architects

The Museum of Modern Art

We wanted to create a powerful image for the city skyline and a poetic spatial experience for the art lover. At the same time we wanted to keep the industrial image of the Silo. We wanted to give it new life without gentrifying it.

Our Museum is a hybrid Silo, industrial once, now filled with light and art. Its warehouse remains a warehouse, its tubes get filled with light and movement, its ethereal extensions do not disturb the robustness of the original structure, while the big horizontal ‘crane’ reflects the sunlight.

Image Courtesy © SPARCH Sakellaridou / Papanikolaou Architects

  • Architects: SPARCH Sakellaridou / Papanikolaou Architects
  • Project: ACTIVATE, GENERATE, INTEGRATE!
  • Location: Kristiansand, Norway
  • DESIGN TEAM:
    • Project manager: Rena Sakellaridou
    • Partner in charge (MEINICH ARKITEKTER): Ragnhild Torsteinsrud-Smith
    • Partner in charge (SPARCH): Morpho Papanikolaou
  • Sparch: A.Georgiadis, N.Tsompikou, N.Apergis, A.Verteouri, P.Tsogas, A.Vassileiou, Ch.Theodoropoulos, I.Kloni, G.Papanikolaou, architects
  • Students: G.Apostolopoulos, Th.Sandros, K.Venieris
  • Meinich arkitekter: N. Bongard, E. Serenko
  • External Lighting: Eleytheria Deko

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New York Public Library Stapleton Branch by Andrew Berman Architect

 
June 23rd, 2017 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: v2com

Andrew Berman Architect was asked to design a re-conceived and enlarged branch library located in Stapleton, Staten Island for the New York Public Library. A single room Carnegie branch library, designed by Carrere and Hastings in 1909, had been serving the community for over 100 years, and was to be renovated as part of the library expansion. An empty adjacent lot was allocated for a 7,000 square foot addition to create a new library of 12,000 square feet that would better serve the community and its current needs.

Exterior view at night, Image Courtesy © Naho Kubota

  • Architects: Andrew Berman Architect
  • Project: New York Public Library
  • Location: Staten Island, New York, USA
  • Photography: Naho Kubota
  • Client: New York Public Library
  • Structural Engineer: Gilsanz Murray Steficek LLP
  • MEP Engineer: IP Group Engineer
  • Lighting Consultant: Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design
  • Landscape Architect: Wallace, Roberts & Todd
  • General Contractor: Plaza Construction
  • Area: 12,000 sq ft

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Extension of the Lycée Français de Vienne and Renovation of the Studio Molière in Wien, Austria by Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes

 
June 23rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: v2com

The “theatre’s” particular cultural function, location and organisation in a historical building and the identity of the new school building are central to the project.

“Contrasts attract each other”

The attempt, in the 19th century, to open up the old riding school, is reflected in the new school building. It is reused and adapted in a contemporary current way. This use of contrasts – with different technologies, construction methods, materials and energy technologies – is also expressed through the reflection of the old building on the façade of the new school. This effect is reversed as soon as it gets dark, when the school building illuminates the old studio.

Overview – The new school building and the renovated Studio, Image Courtesy © Hertha Hurnaus

  • Architects: Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes
  • Project: Extension of the Lycée Français de Vienne and Renovation of the Studio Molière
  • Location: Wien, Austria
  • Photography: Hertha Hurnaus

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Dwana Smallwood Performing Arts Center in Brooklyn, New York by Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture

 
June 22nd, 2017 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: v2com

Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture (JPDA) has completed the new Dwana Smallwood Performing Arts Center (DSPAC) – a community resource that celebrates dance education in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood. Generous support from Oprah Winfrey allowed dancer Dwana Smallwood to realize her vision to give back to the community she grew up in.

Facade, Image Courtesy © Amy Barkow

  • Architects: Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
  • Project: Dwana Smallwood Performing Arts Center
  • Location: Brooklyn, New York
  • Photography: Amy Barkow
  • Client: Dwana Smallwood Performing Arts Center
  • Design Team: Jordan Parnass, Mithila Poojari, Lucie Tomastikova, John Baker, Philip M. Weller, Dimiti Kim, Carlos Gastelum, Chris Nelson
  • Consultants: EP Engineering (MEP)
  • Contractor: Supreme General Contracting

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