Archive for the ‘Amphitheater’ Category
Friday, March 9th, 2018
Article source: HELLIN-SEBBAG, ARCHITECTES ASSOCIES
Some phase 1 photographs, as a reminder
The Hellin-Sebbag office began work in 2004 on the Saint-Charles Hospital site at Montpellier.
Delivered in 2011, the first phase converted the general hospital into university buildings for graduates and researchers in the Faculty of Humanities, Paul Valéry University.
Patience and perseverance were necessary to restore new life to a site at this scale.
Entrance facade on esplanade, Image Courtesy © Jean-Pierre PORCHER
- Architects: HELLIN-SEBBAG, ARCHITECTES ASSOCIES
- Project: University Campus Saint-Charles – Phase 2
- Location: Montpellier, France
- Photography: Jean-Pierre PORCHER
- Client: State – Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation, Montpellier Education Authority
- Joint Contractors: FABRICA TRACEORUM : Heritage architect
- For Project: GEC Ingénierie : Fluid engineering
Thursday, January 4th, 2018
Article source: Atelier Paul Laurendeau
The project is the result of an open and anonymous architectural competition to design a new 10,000 seat outdoor summer amphitheater for the city of Trois-Rivières, Quebec.
The competition challenged architects to propose a landmark design of an international scope, comparable to the Sydney Opera House fronting the water.
Image Courtesy © Adrien Williams
- Architects: Atelier Paul Laurendeau
- Project: Amphithéâtre Cogeco
- Location: 100 Avenue des Draveurs Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada
- Photography: Adrien Williams, Marc Gibert
- Client: City of Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada
- Executive architect: Paul Laurendeau | François Beauchesne | architectes en consortium (with: Boris Morin-Defoy, Renée-Claude Langlois, Erwan Le Diraison, Gabriel Ostiguy, Claude de Passillé, Robert Mailhot, Étienne Paradis, Maxime Gervais, Joannie Desrochers, Nathalie Lord)
- Theater consultant for the architect: Guy Simard
- Theater consultant for the client: Trizart Alliance
Monday, September 18th, 2017
Article source: RYSY Architekci Rafał Sieraczyński
The health resort park in Horyniec Zdrój in the south-east part of Poland, just a few kilometers from the board with Ukraine, was originally founded in the 1930s by the Karłowski family and it was destroyed during World War II. In the years 2013 – 2015 the municipality of Horyniec-Zdrój decided to revitalize the park with the help of the architectural office, RYSY Architekci.
Image Courtesy © Piotr Krajewsk
- Architects: RYSY Architekci Rafał Sieraczyński
- Project: The Health Resort Park with Amphitheater and Pump Room
- Location: Aleja Przyjaźni 1, 37-620 Horyniec-Zdrój, Poland
- Photography: Piotr Krajewski
- Lead Architects: Rafał Sieraczyński, Agnieszka Bernas, Agata Kolwas, Bartłomiej Gasparski, Artur Przedzienkowski, Mariusz Drabik, Katarzyna Grabińska, Wojciech Pytel, Przemysław Tymoszuk, Robert Zyskowski
- Client: Municipal Office of Horyniec Zdrój
- Structural design: Marcin Karczmarczyk, Tadeusz Raczkiewicz, Anna Kurek
- Sanitary systems: Wojciech Raczkiewicz, Krystyna Żółkiewska
- Electric systems: Marcin Rowicki, Daniel Wereszczyński
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 803 m2
- Completion Year: 2016
Sunday, February 23rd, 2014
Article source: arkitektgruppen cubus
Pedestrian street and Amphitheatre
1st price in the idea competition with subsequent design of streets and spaces for all Geilo focusing on common platforms and low car use.
In October 2013 the pedestrian shopping street and amphitheatre was completed as a result of the design Plan. Arkitektgruppen Cubus AS made the plan and was responsible for the detailed design and construction supervision of the facility.
Image Courtesy © arkitektgruppen cubus
- Architects: arkitektgruppen cubus
- Project: Geilo center
- Amphitheatre: Area approximately 1000m2. Finished 4th October 2013.
- The pedestrian: Area 3 – 4000m2. Finished in October In 2012. Little Castle RoadArea approximately 4000m2. Finished in October 2013.
- Project Landscape: Axel Sømme.
- Project Build: Cato Mørner .
- Haltenbank as, Graphic Design: Truls Indrearne
- Client: Hol Municipality.
Tuesday, October 15th, 2013
Article source: Nuvist
Hoddeia multi-use stages creates a world in between two similar functions which will use separately or altogether.
Amphitheater which will host musical, cultural, theatrical events and at the other side of Hoddeia (beach side of it) music area which will use for musical and dancing event and activities are become one under the continuous outer roof skin.
Hoddeia’s fluid sculptural volume makes possible to use two functions are together or separately.
Image Courtesy © Nuvist
- Architects: Nuvist
- Project: Hoddeia Multi-Use Stages
Sunday, July 21st, 2013
Article source: Miró Rivera Architects
Bordered by the track on three sides, the 27-acre Grand Plaza lies at the heart of the Circuit of the Americas and defines the public experience for most visitors to the new motorsports and entertainment venue. The 3.4-mile racetrack coils around the Grand Plaza and springs out to the east and west, making it the perfect location not only to watch the action of the race unfold, but also to enjoy the amenities contained within. Ideally situated to capture the energy and atmosphere of the Circuit of the Americas, the Grand Plaza will serve as Central Texas’ new home for outdoor entertainment.
Image Courtesy © Michael Hsu, Miró Rivera Architects
- Architects: Miró Rivera Architects
- Project: Grand Plaza & Amphitheater
- Location: Austin, Texas, U.S.A
- Photography: Michael Hsu (Miró Rivera Architects), Paul Finkel (Piston Design), Ted Parker (Jr. Circuit of the Americas), Tomas Segura, Dorna Sports
Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
Since the year 2000, the City of Trois-Rivières (Three Rivers), Quebec, Canada, is developing a plan to urbanize a site formerly occupied by a paper mill on the banks of the Saint-Laurent and Saint-Maurice rivers. As the development’s masterpiece, the city proposes to build a 10,000-seat outdoor amphitheatre. The site’s exceptional location between the downtown area and the water calls for a landmark building.
Trois-Rivières Amphitheatre - (c) MIR