Posts Tagged ‘Chelsea’
Friday, November 22nd, 2013
Article source: Gage/Clemenceau Architects
This renovation project, for a small apartment renovation in Manhattan came with numerous challenges. The greatest, perhaps was an extremely limited space. In any small space the walls and furnishings are close together— and, Gage / Clemenceau Architects capitalized on this fact by recognizing that if things are close together –they can be easily touched.
Image Courtesy © Gage/Clemenceau Architects
Thursday, May 16th, 2013
Article source: Edgley Design
Our proposal aims to improve the social function and attractiveness of Duke of York square. The café is a bold and distinct formal proposition, framed by and reacting to the particular scale, proportion and environmental conditions of the historic site. Recessed landscaping extends the café’s seating into the surrounding pavement.
Image courtesy Edgley Design
- Architects: Edgley Design
- Project: Cadogan Cafe
- Location: Chelsea, UK
Tuesday, January 8th, 2013
Article source: NEX
NEX has won the Cadogan Café design competition, a £2 million project for a new café, which will sit near the entrance to the Saatchi Gallery in Duke of York Square in Chelsea. Widely regarded as an emerging force, NEX were shortlisted from a field of 147 international applicants and saw off strong opposition from finalists Architecture 00, Carmody Groarke, Duggan Morris Architects, Pernilla Ohrstedt & Sarah Price, and Taylor Snell.
View of cafe interior from west side : Image Courtesy NEX
- Architects: NEX
- Project: Cadogan Café
- Location: Kings Road ,Chelsea, London, UK
- Key Dates: Competition Sept-Dec 2012, Completion March April 2015
- Value: £2 Million
- Area: 300M2
- Collaborators: AKT II Structural Engineering, Equals Cost Control, Atelier 10 Environmental Engineering. DHA Designs Lighting.
Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012
Article source: Kariouk Associates
The logistical challenge was to create within a small home a segregation of spaces for the very different habits (privacy, acoustical, tidiness, etc.) of teenagers and adults while avoiding choppy spaces.
Image Courtesy Photolux Studios
- Architects: Kariouk Associates
- Project: Chelsea Hill House
- Location: Chelsea, Québec
- ARCHITECTURAL TEAM: Paul Kariouk, Chris Davis, Susan Gardiner, Cedric Boulet
- GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Sabean Custom Building (Stephen Sabean)
- STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING: The Paterson Group (Zbig Kisilewicz)
- PHOTO CREDITS: Photolux Studios, Christian Lalonde
- PROJECT DATES: 2006-2008
- Software used: AutoCad and Photoshop
Image Courtesy Photolux Studios
Sunday, July 1st, 2012
Article source: Julianking Architect
The project is the renovation of a pre-war townhouse on an historic block in Chelsea, NYC, focusing on the garden apartment. The garden duplex was originally dark and in disrepair: a cramped kitchen had inadequate windows facing the rear yard, the parlor level, with ornate molding, and etched glass, opened clumsily into a bedroom facing a rear yard.
Modern Renovation of pre-war Townhouse
- Architects: Julianking Architect
- Project: Modern Renovation of pre-war Townhouse
- Location: Chelsea, NYC
Thursday, May 17th, 2012
Article source: Spatial Ops
General Manifold is an immersive architectural environment installed in the abandoned Federal Screw Works factory complex in Chelsea, Michigan. This installation was the centerpiece of a collective exhibition organized by the architectural collaborative Spatial Ops and students from their Meta Friche research seminar at Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.
Image Courtesy Spatial Ops
- Architects: Spatial Ops
- Project: General Manifold
- Location: Federal Screw Works factory complex, Chelsea, Michigan
- Year: 2011-2012
- Scale: 700 s.f. inserted into 80,000 s.f.
- Photography: Peter Smith Photography and Spatial Ops
- Project Team: Steven Christensen, Jean Louis Farges, Anya Sirota (leads), Virginia Black, Melissa Bonfil, James Chesnut, Peyton Coles, Nathan Doud, Joey Filippelli, Bruce Findling, Brittany Gacsy, Jeeeun Ham, Kyung Jin Hong, Jennifer Komorowski, Jordan Johnson, Brandie Moses, Brian Muscat, Chris Reznich, Michael Sanderson, Ash Thomas, Catherine Truong
- Software used: Maya for schematic design, Rhinoceros to panelize the surfaces and prep everything for the CNC router.