Posts Tagged ‘Bordeaux’
Tuesday, April 17th, 2018
Article source: v2com
In this mansion, the living space is revealed by the encounter between past and present.
It is in the interpretation and the articulation of the existing architectural signs that has emerged the project, where each new architecture fragment fits and dances in its context.
Anchored on the edge of the Jardin Public in the center of Bordeaux, the four-floor mansion from 1850 opens up to this beautiful garden, unveiling its majestic scenery over the seasons.
Living room, Image Courtesy © Mickaël Martins Afonso
Tuesday, March 20th, 2018
Article source: ANMA
L’Atrium housing development
Part of the Bassins à Flot urban development plan, this operation contributes to the cohabitation of mixed-use blocks with preserved or new commercial buildings.
Designed in a live-in warehouse style, the 345 apartments are housed in two 10-metre deep buildings laid out in parallel either side of a shared covered garden. Both buildings are double aspect, facing east and west. Access is via four lobbies and passageways and gangways that cross the atrium.
Image Courtesy © Cyrille Weiner
- Architects: ANMA
- Project: Atrium Housing
- Location: 10 rue Achard 33 300 Bordeaux – FRANCE
- Photography: Cyrille Weiner, Denis Lacharme, Rodolphe Escher
- Lead Architects: ANMA – Agence Nicolas Michelin & Associés, Nicolas Michelin / Cyril Trétout / Michel Delplace
- Team Anma: Hélène GALIFER, Ronan LE HYARIC, Bruno ISAMBERT, Matthieu MIQUEL
- Client: Nexity & domofrance
- BET Fluid and HQE: Alto
Friday, December 15th, 2017
Article source: TETRARC
Combining business, cultural and leisure activities on a single site, the Haute Saintonge Congress Centre complements the range of existing facilities and represents a unique catalyst for dynamic development, both for the municipality and for all of Haute Saintonge.
Created as a follow-up project to the “Les Antilles” aquatic complex which opened in 2002, a creation of Dutch architects Roelof and Nannie Hendricks, the Centre has to fulfil a number of requirements • express the dynamic nature of the region, • underline the exceptional character of a major public facility, • make use of its architectural style to represent the type of facility that is used (and will be used for decades to come) by managers of companies and organisations who choose to meet there, and • acquire a distinctive personality of its own without rivalling the iconic image of Les Antilles.
Image Courtesy © Charly Broyez
- Architects: TETRARC
- Project: Congress Center of The Haute Saintonge
- Location: Bordeaux, France
- Photography: Charly Broyez, CDCHS Véronique Sabadel
- Architect project director: Michel Bertreux & Daniel Caud
- Project manager: Rémi Tymen
- Project assistant: Timothé Naux, Matthieu Blanche, Silvia Fioravanti, Maïlys Le Crom
- cost: 13,5 M€ HT
Tuesday, November 21st, 2017
Article source: Studioninedots
Studioninedots proudly presents: Facette, a collective and future-proof mixed-use office building in the heart of Bordeaux’s new district Belvédère.
To create an accessible building on the central axis of Boulevard Joliot-Curie, with an active, inviting ground floor for both occupants and passersby, the surrounding public spaces are literally drawn into the building. This results in a transparent and sculptural ‘rez-de-chaussée’ (ground floor). This typology, which Studioninedots calls WeSpace, functions as a collective, versatile space for working, leisure and meeting. This WeSpace is an extension of both the workplace and the public space.
Image Courtesy © Studioninedots
- Architects: Studioninedots
- Project: Facette
- Location: Boulevard Joliot-Curie, Bordeaux, France
- Clients: Nexity, Altéra Cogedim, Pitch
- Design team: Albert Herder, Vincent van der Klei, Arie van der Neut, Metin van Zijl
- Project team: Jurjen van der Horst, Gerty Daniëls, Wouter Hermanns, Erik Hoogendam
- Completion: 2019
Friday, July 7th, 2017
Article source: MVRDV
Designed to fully exploit this exceptional location, Ilot Queyries’ facades adapt to their opposite views towards the River Garonne and the historic city. The plan aims to reflect the qualities of Bordeaux World Heritage Site city centre whilst adding new qualities. Emblematic of the masterplan are facades with 45° angles which are used as a tool to generate maximum ventilation, daylight and sun. These angles have also opened the possibilities to create innovative housing. The larger building at the riverfront will have a distinct gold-splashed façade, whilst different shades of ceramic tiles, give a textured effect from top to bottom. The glass-fronted rooftop restaurant offers panoramic views of the historic city and river. At the heart of this collective dwellings is its large public courtyard with a garden of alder, birch and high grasses.
Image Courtesy © MVRDV
- Architects: MVRDV
- Project: Ilot Queyries
- Location: Quai de Queyries, Bordeaux, France
- Client: Kaufman & Broad, ADIM
- Co- architects: Flint
- Design team: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs. Nathalie de Vries with Jeroen Zuidgeest, Nils Christa, Marie Saladin, Thomas Boerendonk, Roxana Aaron, Marco Gazzola, Adam Mierzwa, Florian Hoanen and Antoine Ceunebroucke
- Vizulisation: Antonio Luca Coco, Paolo Mossa Idra, Kirill Emelianov, Tomaso Maschietti and Constanza Cuccato
- Landscape Design: Sabine Haristoy
- Year: 2014+
Wednesday, July 5th, 2017
Article source: Mateo Arquitectura
In the Garonne river port, Bassins à flot, Bordeaux.
As though washed up here by nearby waters, rises the hulk of the World War II submarine base.
Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly
- Architects: Mateo Arquitectura
- Project: Bassins à flot
- Location: Block B9 Bàssins-à-flot, Bordeaux (France)
- Photography: Luc Boegly and Jean-François Tremege
- Software used: Autocad
- Author: Josep Lluís Mateo – mateoarquitectura
- Client: Kaufman & Broad
- Project leader: Laurent Baudelot
- Project team: Till von Mackensen, Blanca Lora-Tamayo, Èlia Canadell, Maria Güell, Sara Dordas, Àlex
Vilar, Marta Gual, Anna Profitós, Lu Xiao, José G. Perpiñá, Frédéric Géraud, Mireia Luzárraga
- Site management: Xavier Monclús
- Surface: 30,000 m2 of urban planning and 10,000 m2 of housing block
- Project: 2010-2011
- Construction: 2012-2016
Sunday, June 25th, 2017
Article source: BUPA Architectures
The project is located in front of the junction of three roads including avenue d’Eysines important axis, at the heart of a urban district with a very characteristic typology of Bordeaux.
The project involves the transformation of an old restaurant into a dental clinic. This old building made of stone was set back one floor above the street level. The goal of this renovation is to revalorize the existing and fill the void by creating a built front at the street level. This project thus becomes a signal, the beginning of an island designed by roads.
Image Courtesy © Denis Lacharme
- Architects: BUPA Architectures
- Project: Dental Office
- Location: Bordeaux, France
- Photography: Denis Lacharme
- Lead Architects: Frantz Buhler, Florent Pasquier
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 470 m²
- Artis: Jofo
- Collaborators : Fort Entreprise, Ateliers Saint André, Domopro, 120×125, Shindler, Roling Store, SARL Serveau, Akiten, Métalerie du Delta, SRDB+, ADE, O2+, Technique Safir Dentaire
- Completion Year: 2014
Tuesday, February 28th, 2017
Article source: GARDERA-D Architecture
The project is located on the overall development program of the Bassins à Flots in Bordeaux, whose specifications were drawn up by the ANMA agency (Nicolas Michelin). The group concerned is coordinated by the architecture agency MATEO Arquitectura in Barcelona.
The program totals 145 rooms and combines a series of 9 duplex townhouses. The building exudes about 4452 m2 of floor space and is composed of two different estates oriented South-West / North-Est facing each other on both sides of a large landscaped slab cleared at the 2nd level.
Image Courtesy © GARDERA-D Architecture
- Architects: GARDERA-D Architecture (Gardera Patrice)
- Project: 145 Student Housing
- Location: Bordeaux, France
- Software used: Rhinoceros 3d
Sunday, January 8th, 2017
Article source: Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architects
The design for the Strasbourg Palais de la Musique et des Congrès by Austrian architectural firm Dietrich | Untertrifaller and French firm Rey-Lucquet & Associés combines the two existing music halls from the 1970s and 80s with new buildings to create a harmonious ensemble with a distinctive architectural identity. The expansion and general renovation of the convention center involves the construction of a 3,000 m² multifunctional hall, a conference hall for 450 people, and a 520-seat auditorium, the expansion and conversion of two existing concert halls, plus a new rehearsal hall for the Strasbourg Philharmonic orchestra. In December 2016, the recently completed project was nominated for the European Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2017.
Stainless steel arcades, Image Courtesy © Bruno Klomfar
- Architects: Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architects & Rey-Lucquet et associés
- Project: Strasbourg Convention Centre
- Location: F-67000 Straßburg, Pl. Bordeaux, France
- Photography: Bruno Klomfar
- Client: Eurométropole de Strasbourg
- Project management: Heiner Walker (D | U) & Aurélien Vollmar (R-L)
- Structural engineering: OTE Ingénierie, Illkirch / Serue Ingénierie, Schiltigheim
- Building engineering: OTE Ingénierie, Illkirch / Serue Ingénierie, Schiltigheim
- Sustainability & Building physics: Solares Bauen, Strasbourg
- Cost planning: C2BI, Strasbourg
- Acoustics: Müller-BBM, München
- Stage planning: Walter Kottke, Bayreuth
- Facade planning: CEEF, Ramonchamp
- Landscape planning: Digitale Paysage, Imbsheim
- Kitchen planning: Ecotral, Strasbourg
- Gross Floor Area: ca. 44.500 m² (32,5′ renovation, 12′ new buildings)
- Capacity: ca. 15.000 visitors
- Competition: 2011 / 1. Price
- Construction: 2013 – 2016
Tuesday, December 20th, 2016
Article source: JOLY&LOIRET
One school per floor, one playground per level: outside spaces accessed directly from their relative interior spaces; 3 ‘ground’-floors. A metaphor for the world, nature, ecosystems; the sky, the forest, the earth.
The creche occupies the ‘climatic’ layer: façades reflecting the sky, clouds and the ‘protective’ tree canopy.
Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly
- Architects: JOLY&LOIRET
- Project: BOR1 – School Complex
- Location: Ginko, Bordeaux, France
- Photography: Luc Boegly
- Client: VILLE DE BORDEAUX
- Design Team: ALTO MEP AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT, EVP STRUCTURAL ENGINEER, FORGUE QUANTITY SURVEYOR, URBATEC CIVIL ENGINEER, VIVIE ACOUSTIC CONSULTANT, BATISS SECURITY
- Assignment: ARCHITECTS AND SUSTAINABLE BUILT ENVIRONMENT SPECIALISTS
- Environmental Performance: SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS PERFORMANCE
- Value: 11 M€ HT
- Area: 5200 M² SHON
- Date: COMPETITION WON 2009 – COMPLETION DUE 2012