Posts Tagged ‘CA’
Sunday, April 1st, 2012
Article source: Kanner Architects
Located in Oakland, California, on a down-sloping site high above the San Francisco Bay, this home was designed to capture the magnificent vistas spanning from the Bay Bridge to the Golden Gate Bridge. Floor-to-ceiling glass clears the way to unobstructed views. The predominantly south-southwest orientation required deep overhangs to cut down glare and soften the light quality in the home.
Image Courtesy Tim Griffith
- Architects: Kanner Architects
- Project: Oakland House
- Location: Oakland, CA
- Designer(s’) name: Stephen Kanner
- Photographer’s name: Tim Griffith
- Floor Area (how many square meters is your project): 4,239 SF
- Year of Completion: 2007
Sunday, January 8th, 2012
Article source: Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio
Client: CAPSLO focuses on helping residents of San Luis Obispo County achieve economic self-sufficiency. The organization aids its participants in securing employment, maintaining adequate housing, receiving medical services, and providing childcare. CAPSLO offers its services to 43,000 people across San Luis Obispo County and nine other central and southern California counties nine other central and southern California counties.
- Architects: Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio
- Project: CAPSLO Homeless Services Center
- Location: San Luis Obispo, CA
- Client: Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County, Inc. (CAPSLO)
- Size: 26,000 square feet building + 26,000 square feet outdoor space
- Software used: AutoCAD, Rhino, Photoshop, 3D Studio MAX, Illustrator
Wednesday, November 9th, 2011
Article source: Meridian 105 Architecture
The Acceleration Interchange is M1A’s proposal for an installation at Anaheim’s new regional transportation hub ARTIC. The project, a wayfinding pavilion, reflects Meridian 105²s ongoing exploration of equation-based parametric modeling and design-to-fabrication processes.
Monday, November 7th, 2011
Article source: McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
The design/build team of McCarthy Building Companies, Inc., and TAYLOR, are working with St. Joseph Health System to build a new patient tower, parking structure and central utility plant at the St. Jude Medical Center in Fullerton, Calif. Located on the northern side of the existing medical campus at Bastanchury Road and Harbor Boulevard, site preparation has been underway since December 2010, and the new tower officially broke ground during a private ceremony on September 25, 2011.
St. Jude Medical Center Northwest Patient Tower (Image Courtesy Shimahara Illustration)
- Architects: McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
- Project: New Patient Tower at St. Jude Medical Campus
- Location: Fullerton, CA
- Photography: Shimahara Illustration
- Software used: Revit Architecture, Revit Structures, Revit MEP, AutoCAD MEP 3D, AutoCAD Civil 3D, CADmech, CADpipe, NavisWorks and Google Sketch-up
Thursday, August 25th, 2011
Article source: Wendy W Fok Architect
(RE)Configured-Assemblage is a developmental landmark proposal composed of reconfigured traces of shipping containers, through diligently reconnecting, revitalising, and humanizing the accessibility of the City of Long Beach, Long Beach Blvd and Broadway Area. Through proposing three types of innovatively reconstructed modular shipping containers, the overall construct leads to open courtyards, interlocking units, and playfully generated programs that introduce a new innovative topological design that regenerates and reconnects the community.
Render Interior 01
- Architects: Wendy W Fok Architect
- Project: (RE)Configured-Assemblage
- Location: Long Beach, CA
- Software used: Rhino 3D / Panelling Tools / Grasshopper. Renderer Vray.
Friday, August 19th, 2011
Article source: Gafcon
A leading San Diego-based construction management and consulting firm, announces the completion of the new $40 million Public Safety Center for the City of El Cajon. The new center is located on a 5.7-acre site at 100 Civic Center Way adjacent to City Hall.
- Construction Manager: Gafcon
- Project: El Cajon Public Safety Center
- Location: El Cajon, CA, USA
Saturday, August 6th, 2011
Article source: Studio Daniel Libeskind
The 1340 Figueroa Street residential development is a multifaceted composition developed within the current fabric of downtown Los Angeles. The development strikes a balance between the tall buildings of downtown and the large scale civic complexes like the neighboring Convention Center and the Staples Center. The location of the site, at the southern end of the high rise downtown district, allows the tower to create a visible marker, contributing to a new skyline for the City of Los Angeles. Studio Daniel Libeskind is working with CA Human Technologies on the project.
Image Courtesy SDL
- Architects: Studio Daniel Libeskind
- Project: Figueroa Tower
- Location: 1340 Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA
- Competition: January 2008
- Client: CA Human Technologies
- Building Area: 344,775 sq ft
- Building Details: 43-story, 273-unit building to include parking, restaurant and spa
Sunday, July 17th, 2011
Article source: Mark Horton / Architecture
“National Park”, “Historic Building”, “LEED Certified”, “Architecture”, “Amusement Park” — five terms which are typically not used in the same sentence to describe a single building.
House of Air, started in 2010 by two young entrepreneurs interested in the action sports world, is a trampoline facility that caters to the discriminating taste of the young, energetic and affluent population of active San Francisco. The breathtaking site is at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge and in the Golden Gate National Park, with expansive views out to the San Francisco Bay that become even more apparent when the 45′ wide glazed hanger door is opened. Inside the historic biplane hanger, a large field trampoline for bouncing sits along side a trampoline dodge ball court and three performance trampolines used for both competitive jumping as well as ski / snowboard / wakeboard training. Flanking the trampoline area are two pavilions housing a café, meeting facilities, lockers, and a lounge. Translucent blue walls lit from within are graphic interpretations of the vertical motion which takes place throughout the facility.
Exterior View(Images Courtesy Ethan Kaplan Photography and Mark Horton / Architecture)
- Architect: Mark Horton / Architecture
- Project name: House of Air
- Location: San Francisco, CA
- Owner: Dave Schaeffer and Paul McGeehan
- Date project completed: September 2010
- Total square footage: 21,440 sf
- Photographer: Ethan Kaplan Photography, Jeremy Wong, Mark Horton / Architecture
Saturday, July 16th, 2011
Article source: Aphidoidea
Downtown Los Angeles based design group APHIDoIDEA proposes the eCORRE COMPLEX, The Environmental Center of Regenerative Research & Education, to the City of Long Beach in California. The project takes the ISO container used by the Port of Long Beach (2nd busiest port in the World). Designed and placed as a FINALIST entry for the AIA-LA / USGBC Emerging Talent Design Competition, APHIDoIDEA re-adapts the shipping container as core building elements and implemented sustainable strategies to educate its visitors and users about “green” building practices such as solar energy, water collections, interior daylighting, rooftop gardens, passive cooling techniques, reuse of grey water, to name a few.
- Architect: Aphidoidea
- Name of Project: eCORRE COMPLEX
- Location: Long Beach, CA, USA
Wednesday, July 13th, 2011
Article source: Withee Malcolm Architects
Working with Lee Homes, one of the most active builders in metro Los Angeles, and their partner CityView, a national institutional real estate investor, Withee Malcolm Architects designed 84 lofts on a former industrial site in West LA that have quickly captured the interest of buyers in the depressed real estate market.
- Architect: Withee Malcolm Architects
- Name of Project: TLofts
- Location: West Los Angeles, CA
- Client: Lee Homes
- Size: 1.826 acres; 84 units
- Density: 46.00 du/ac
- Type: Condo