Posts Tagged ‘Colombia’
Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015
Article source: Colectivo Creativo Arquitectos
VIMOB was born from the notion of creating a shelter in an area of difficult access; a place where building a traditional construction would be limited by transport of materials and labor. It is a modular housing solution, based on the concept of prefabrication and assembly, capable of holding the essential space of a traditional construction in a practical, flexible, attractive and modern prototype. It is structured from carefully studied modules, articulated with harmony and sobriety in a cozy atmosphere, allowing the enjoyment of the environment and providing an image of high standing.
Image Courtesy © Mauricio Carvajal, Felipe Orvi
- Architects: Colectivo Creativo Arquitectos
- Project: VIMOB Valle del
- Location: Corregimiento de Matapalo, Palmira, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
- Photography: Mauricio Carvajal, Felipe Orvi
- Software used: AutoCAD
- Design Team: Felipe Lerma, Juan Sebastián Saavedra, Laura Lerma, Giovanella Astudillo, Darío Conde
- Video:Alfredo Van-Arcken, Leonardo Botero, Felipe Orvi
- Area: 37 M2
- Project Year: 2015
Thursday, November 26th, 2015
Article source: Walters Storyk Design Group (WSDG)
Medellin, the second largest city in Colombia, is rapidly establishing itself as a leader in that country’s film, TV and audio production/post production industry. In 2011 two of the industry’s most successful sound recording /mixing experts joined together to create Clap Studios, a multi-faceted audio recording/mixing service. In 2014 they decided to expand their facility with a state-of-the-art Dolby® Certified Dubbing Theater. To meet their client’s highest-level acoustic and aesthetic requirements, Clap partners Gabriel Jaime Perez, Daniel Vasquez and Daniel Jaramillo, engaged the services of WSDG Latin.
Image Courtesy © CLAP STUDIOS
Sunday, October 11th, 2015
Article source: Entorno AID
At the edge of Bogota’s historic downtown, where the summit of the mountains of Monserrate and Guadalupe collide, at the edge of the pedestrian promenade of the Jimenez Ave. and in front the Periodistas Square, The Bicentennial Tower rises.
Image Courtesy © Jairo Llano
- Architects: Entorno AID, CMS+GMP
- Project: Bicentennial Tower
- Location: Bogotá, Colombia
- Photography: Jairo Llano
- Software used: Autocad V10, Autodesk
- Design Team: José Helo, Manuel Laverde, Juan Pérez, Oscar Rodríguez, Camilo Manrique, Ma. Cristina Manrique
- Area: 189.990 sqf
- Number of stories: 17 stories
- Project Year: 2009
- Completion: 2013
- Developer and Construction: CMS + GMP
Friday, July 31st, 2015
Article source: PLASMA NODO
9 ¾ is a bookstore cafe specialized in children, but where adults can also have some fun. We believe that cities needwarm and nice meeting places that welcome us and invite us to learn having fun with our families and friends, sites where people not only buy but go and havea good time.
Image Courtesy © Daniel Mejía
- Architects: PLASMA NODO
- Project: 9 ¾ bookstore cafe
- Location: Medellín, Colombia
- Photography: Daniel Mejía
- Software used: Sketchup, 3d max
- Built area: 120m²
- Completion (date): May, 2015
Saturday, March 28th, 2015
Article source: Taller Sintesis
Pueblo Bello is a town of Antioquia Uraba, inhabited by about 2000 people, which from 1990 and for nearly twenty years suffered the worst effects of paramilitary and guerrilla violence. Enforced disappearances, massacres, the burning of buildings and people, and population displacement were common. In this dark picture is highlighted the disappearance of “the 43″, the largest forced disappearance of the history of Colombia and the reason why the nation was sanctioned by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
Image Courtesy © Alejandro Arango
- Architects: Taller Sintesis, Angélica Gaviria, artistJuan Guillermo Caicedo.
- Project: HOUSE OF MEMORY AND COMMUNITY SPACE
- Location: Turbo, Antioquia, Colombia
- Photography: Alejandro Arango
- Software used: Autocad 2014, Rhinoceros 5.0, Photoshop
- Clients: Gobernación de Antioquia, Empresa de Vivienda de Antioquia (VIVA), Secretaria de Gobierno de Antioquia, Unidad para la atención y reparación integral a las victimas (UARIP).
- Collaborators: Paula Palacio
- Construction: Soluciones Constructivas SA.
- Project Area: 326 m2.
- Project Year: 2014
Friday, March 27th, 2015
Article source: Farhid Maya (Taller Síntesis) + Lucas Serna (Taller Síntesis) + Arq. Mauricio Valencia + Arq. Diana Herrera
Vigia del Fuerte is a municipality in Antioquia on the border with the department of Choco, and separated from Bojaya by the Atrato river. It is located in the southernmost part of the subregion of Urabá in Antioquia Middle Atrato area, which corresponds to the tropical rainforest. It is a town with one of the lowest levels of human and social development in the area, with strong conditions in terms of weather, accessibility, and interconnection, within a region that has been hit in the past by public order problems. Despite this, the municipality has lush vegetation and is renowned for its biodiversity and variety of ecosystems, whose potential for the development of the region is beginning to be tapped. For this reason, the Antioquia government decided to make a major investment in the area to strengthen it, an intervention that due to the very conditions of the site is required to disassemble predisposed schemes and operate in a unique way especially considering the region, which is not replicable in any other place of the national territory.
Image Courtesy © Alejandro Arango, architects and Gobernación de Antioquia
- Architects: Farhid Maya (Taller Síntesis) + Lucas Serna (Taller Síntesis) + Arq. Mauricio Valencia + Arq. Diana Herrera
- Project: EDUCATIONAL PARK
- Location: Vigía del Fuerte, Antioquia, Colombia
- Photography: Alejandro Arango, architects and Gobernación de Antioquia
- Collaborators: Arq. Alejandro Vargas, Arq. Lina Flórez, Arq. Andrea Maruri
- Project area: 894 m2
- Public space: 4350 m2
- Project Year: 2013 – 2014
- Client: Gobernación de Antioquia, Empresa de Vivienda de Antioquia (VIVA), Fundación Fraternidad y Fundación Berta Martínez
Friday, September 12th, 2014
Article source: Giancarlo Mazzanti
This school, designed for Pies Descalzos Foundation is located on the top of Loma delPeye Mountain within the city of Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. More than an educational building, the project seeks to provoke the consolidation of the neighborhood and improve the life of residents by generating alternatives for personal and community development as well as an environmental transformation of the area. The project has already become an architectural and urban landmark and an object of pride for the community.
Image Courtesy © Giancarlo Mazzanti
- Architects: Giancarlo Mazzanti
- Project: Pies Descalzos School
- Location: Cartagena, Colombia
- Software used: Sketchup, autocad, rhino, revit
- PROJECT MANAGER: JUAN ANDRES LEMUS
- BASIC TECHNICAL CONSULTANTS: STUDY OF GEOTECHNICAL SOIL and AICO LTDA, Alvaro Covo And Gilliam Barboza
- STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING: NICOLAS PARRA
- NICOLAS PARRA: MU MU AND ASSOCIATES AND ASSOCIATES
- ELECTRICAL ENGINEER: CIA ADOLFO ICS FOX
Friday, June 27th, 2014
Article source: Arquiteck y Asociados Ltda
The building for the Embassy of the Republic of Ecuador in Colombia aims to provide architecture through an image capable of expressing new diplomatic relations between the two countries; The project comes at a time of changing political tide sponsored by the new Colombian government.
Image Courtesy © Andrés Valvuena
- Architects: Arquiteck y Asociados Ltda
- Project: Embassy of Ecuador
- Location: Bogotá, Colombia
- Photography: Andrés Valvuena
- Architect In Charge: Pablo Rodríguez Agudelo, Mónica Botello Agudelo, David Diaz Diaz, Daniel Giraldo Rivera, Julian Sossa Delgado, Jair Pinzon Hernández, Diego Origua Petrel
- Date: Design: 2011-2012
- Construction: 2012-2013
- Built area: 772,19 m2 / 595,81 m2 de gardens, terraces and green roof.
Friday, May 23rd, 2014
Article source: Arquitectura en Estudio + Natalia Heredia
The challenge was to design a country house in the surroundings of the town of Villeta (Colombia), 1.5 hours to the west of Bogotá; at 967 meters above sea level, with a predominantly hot and dry weather all year round. The site’s constraints were very clear; a very steep land that starts at the top of a hill going all the way down to the stream “El Cojo”. The brief asked for a built area of 550m2, including 3 rooms, studio, service and social areas, a terrace and a swimming pool, all this under one essential demand: the house must be able to be completely closed whenever it’s not in use.
Image Courtesy © David Uribe
- Architects: Arquitectura en Estudio + Natalia Heredia
- Project: Casa 7A
- Location: Villeta, Colombia
- Photography: David Uribe
- Software used: Autocad and 3d sketchup model
- Design team: Carlos Nuñez, talia Heredia
- Designed and built: 2012 – 2014
- End of construction: January 2014
- Area: 550 m2