Archive for the ‘Cafeteria’ Category
Tuesday, May 29th, 2018
Article source: Moon Hoon
The 300pyong irregular shaped piece of land near the outskirt of north eastern Seoul simultaneously faces forests and the dense urban conditions. The boundary that faces the city is walled up according to wishes of the client, who is both an avid collector of Pinocchio dolls and artifacts from around the world, and owner of a private kinder-garden. The client had a programmatic vision for a museum and galleries where her Pinocchio collections and related collections and designs could be enjoyed and experienced. The first building was envisioned as mainly as a Pinocchio doll museum with some seating areas for watching performances. There was a request for an outdoor hall where make shift arena could take place. The second building was to house many other character designs related to Pinocchio, with an emphasis on interactive program and a larger auditorium for movies, concerts and other congregational uses. The third building needed to accommodate a museum shop with a cafeteria, and some workshop space.
Image Courtesy © Namgoong Sun
- Architects: Moon Hoon
- Project: Pino familia
- Location: 373-7, Junggye-dong, Nowon-gu, Seoul, Korea
- Photography: Namgoong Sun
- Client: Lee So young
- Design Team: Kim sookhee, Park jeonguk, Kim haeree, Kang changsu
- Site Area: 1807.3m²
Wednesday, April 25th, 2018
Article source: v2com
How to fit into a site at the heart of an overall restructuring project on a city-wide scale and design an extension on an already very crowded plot of land?
As one consistent entity, the Sports Centre pulls together a large number of elements from different briefs, i.e. an already-existing gymnasium, swimming pool and indoor tennis courts with the creation of a multi-purpose arena, a boxing hall, a bodybuilding hall, two dojos, a football pitch with stands, outdoor tennis courts and a clubhouse.
The new building fits in as a unique wing to the west of the existing L-shaped buildings, unifying the whole in a U configuration.
This creates an inner courtyard, a genuine place to breathe between buildings and a generator of light that unifies all access points.
Image Courtesy © Mathieu Ducros-Opictures
- Architects: aEa, agence Engasser+associés
- Project: The House of Sports in Bezons
- Location: Bezons, France
- Photography: Mathieu Ducros-Opictures
- Client: Sadev 94—Bezons City
- Engineer: Incet
- Budget: 7.3 M€ HT With 1.2 M€ for outdoors
- Area: 3,080 m² SP – 2,320 m² SU
- Project year: 2017 (3 months studies, 12 months construction work)
Friday, April 13th, 2018
Article source: CHYBIK+KRISTOF
The natural and the artificial mingle to become one in the new administrative centre of the Czech Forestry Commission
A project designed by a team under the direction of the Brno based studio Chybik+Kristof has recently won the international competition for the new administrative centre of the Czech Forestry Commission in Hradec Králové. The winning proposal is a two-storey building on the edge of an existing forest, that uses wood extensively as construction material – as requested within the competition. The concept is based on incorporating the forest landscape into a five-finger building to create new relations between the inside office and the outside forest landscape. A nature trail surrounding the building allows to explore the different forest ecotypes, designed by Tomas Babka and breathe.earth.collective.
Image Courtesy © CHYBIK+KRISTOF
- Architects: CHYBIK+KRISTOF
- Project: Forestry in the Forest
- Location: Hradec Králové, Czech Republic
- Software used: SketchUp, Adobe
Wednesday, January 31st, 2018
Article source: PILDONG2GA Architects
Project BSTONY lies on Dolsan Island, an island off the coast of Yeosu, South Jeolla Province. The island’s coastal route passes through small villages housing the lives and livelihoods of island locals. A twenty-minute drive down this road leads to an unassuming structure.
At the first meeting, the client requested a café with a garden and minimal housing capacity for mangement. The site was located at the bottom of Cheonwang Mountain and retained the natural slope of the foothills.
Image Courtesy © Kyung Roh
- Architects: PILDONG2GA Architects
- Project: The Bstony
- Location: Dolsan-eup, South Korea
- Photography: Kyung Roh
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 244.80 m2
- Completion Year: 2017
- Design Team: Suhee Jang, Junhwan Kim
Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018
Article source: Abscis Architecten
The perpetuation of the cooperation between KU Leuven (Catholic University of Louvain) and VIVES college university has become a fact with the realisation of the KU Leuven Campus in Bruges. The building hosts the Faculty of Industrial and Engineering Sciences and Technology and the Faculty of Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Sciences and is located in a very prominent place on the Ter Groene Poorte site. As a result, it functions as the actual entrance for whomever approaches the site from the station. The building is the beginning of a public esplanade that combines the various new developments on campus.
Image Courtesy © Dennis De Smet
- Architects: Abscis Architecten
- Project: KUL Campus Bruges
- Location: Site Ter Groene Poorte Spoorwegstraat 12 8200 Brugge, Belgium
- Photography: Dennis De Smet
- Client: Katholieke Universiteit euven
- Design Team: Vereniging van Studiebureaus: Abscis – Provoost – Ingenium
- Cost: € 14 251 000 excl. VAT and fees
- Gross Area: (M2) 11 861 m² (building)
Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018
Article source: Coldefy&Associés Architects Urban planners
The project is located within a historic industrial building along the railroad tracks at the entrance to the city of Dunkirk, just a stone’s throw from the TGV station. It lies within the framework of a strategic urban zone in full transformation. Though left in disrepair, the building originally housed a jute mill founded in 1928.
Image Courtesy © Julien Lanoo
Thursday, November 2nd, 2017
Article source: Studio Vertebra
Locating in Urfa province and having an indoor area of 16.000 sqm, the project has been designed to facilitate education up to university, from kindergarten to high school.
Block decisions have been made to provide separate interior circulation areas, entrances and courtyards for different education levels (high school, middle school, primary school, kindergarten). Integration of the blocks and balance have been considered while interpreting the multi-input requirement program. Blocks with different functions have been constructed by two blocks in \”L\” shape.
Image Courtesy © Studio Vertebra
- Architects: Studio Vertebra
- Project: Southeast Yukselis School
- Location: Urfa province, Turkey
Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017
Article source: Chaukor Studio
Successful work spaces thrive on environments designed for oscillating needs of people. The entrepreneurial air of the millennials has further diversified the typology of office spaces. They need a mix of functionality and flexibility. The shift in work culture has created a wave of co-working spaces catering to individuals and teams, with spaces for work and play.
Image Courtesy © Chaukor Studio
- Architects: Chaukor Studio
- Project: Planning Interactions – Designing Collaborations
- Location: Sector-68, Noida, India
- Project Estimate: Rs 5.4 Crore
- Project Area: 25,000 sqft
Friday, March 31st, 2017
Article source: HappyANTS Interior Architecture and Design
A low budget exterior cafeteria for a hotel in Paphos. We have used a neutral color scheme for the main objects of the Cafeteria but bold colors for the tents covering the whole space in order to amke it visible from far. This project was in collaboration with interior designer Leonidas Leonidou.
Image Courtesy © HappyANTS Interior Architecture and Design
Tuesday, February 28th, 2017
Article source: mOrphosis architects
The Kolon Group, based in Seoul, is a diverse corporation whose activities range from textiles, chemicals, and sustainable technologies, to original clothing lines in the athletic and ready-to-wear fashion markets. Between the group’s 38 divisions, Kolon covers research, primary material manufacture, and product construction – a unique configuration that enables the company to capitalize on its own resources and advances, and to forge innovative collaborations between divisions. Supporting this collaborative model was a primary goal behind the design of Kolon’s new Corporate Headquarters and Research Facilities. Bringing researchers, leadership, and designers together in one location, the building combines flexible laboratory facilities with executive offices and active social spaces that encourage greater interaction and exchange across the company.
Image Courtesy © Morphosis Architects
- Architects: mOrphosis architects
- Project: Kolon Future Research Park
- Location: Magok Industrial Park, Seoul, Korea
- Client: Kolon Industries, Inc.
- Visualization: Jasmine Park, Sam Tannenbaum
- Design Director: Thom Mayne
- Project Principal: Eui-Sung Yi
- Project Manager: Sung-Bum Lim
- Project Architects: Ji-Young Jon, Sung-Soo Lim, Zach Pauls, Aaron Ragan
- Project Designers: Daniel Pruske, Natalia Traverso-Caruana
- Project Team: Ilaria Campi, Yoon Her, Meari Kim, Sarah Kott, Michelle Lee, Jung Jae Park, Go-Woon Seo, Pablo Zunzunegui