Archive for the ‘College’ Category
Tuesday, May 1st, 2018
Article source: v2com
Designed by Moriyama & Teshima Montgomery Sisam, Architects in Joint Venture, the Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus Phase 2 (HMC2) opened in January 2017 as the second building on Sheridan’s newest campus. Accommodating an additional 3200 full-time students, HMC2 combines state-of-the-art formal and informal learning spaces to become an incubator for invention and applied creativity. Architectural interest is found in the complex sectional character of the building achieved by intersecting a porous inner bar with a variety of public spaces below.
Image Courtesy © Shai Gil
- Architects: Moriyama & Teshima │ Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.
- Project: Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus Phase 2
- Location: 4180 Duke of York Blvd, Mississauga, ON L5B 0G5, Canada
- Photography: Shai Gil
- Client: Sheridan College
- Consulting Team: Halsall Associates (Structural, Sustainability and Building Envelope); MCW Consultants (Mechanical, Electrical, IT, AV and Energy Modelling); Counterpoint Engineering (Civil); Valcoustics Canada (Acoustics); DesignABLE Environments (Accessibility); BA Consulting Group (Traffic and Transportation Planning); Security (Lobo Consulting Services); Entro Communications (Signage & Wayfinding)
- Constructor: Bondfield Construction Company Ltd.
- Size: 223,000 sq ft.
- Project End Date: January 2017
Monday, April 2nd, 2018
Article source: v2com
Designed by Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc., the Greenwood College School Expansion is a 74,0002 -building addition located in mid-town Toronto. The dense, four-storey structure adjoins the existing school at every level above grade, increasing the School’s square footage by 120%. Making efficient use of limited land, it features a balanced mix of work spaces and social space that supports a personalized, new-century approach to learning.
West Elevation, Image Courtesy © Shai Gil
- Architects: Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.
- Project: Greenwood College School – Building Character
- Location: 443 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto, Ontario M4S 2L8
- Photography: Shai Gil, Michael Van Leur, Peter Legris
- Software used: Revit, Autocad
- Client: Greenwood College School
- Structural: RJC
- Mechanical, Electrical, Lighting, Civil, Site Services): WSP
- AV / IT / Security: Techwave Industries
- Acoustics: Aerocoustics
- Code: David Hine Engineering Inc.
Sunday, February 18th, 2018
Article source: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
The new building for Gjøvik University College is a learning arena for knowledge and education. The project ties in with the existing learning environment of the university college and provides opportunities for the merging with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
Image Courtesy © Statsbygg and Trond-Isaksen
- Architects: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
- Project: Gjøvik University College
- Location: Gjøvik, Norway
- Photography: Statsbygg, Trond-Isaksen
- Client: Statsbygg
- Design Team: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
- Size: 5,000 m2
Wednesday, November 1st, 2017
Article source: Mecanoo
ID College and ROC Leiden offer secondary vocational training and education. The new build location in the historic city centre of Leiden accommodates the vocational education for students in healthcare. The complexity and historical nature of the inner city site required a thorough analysis in order to developed a design vision which reconciled these aspects within the brief. The integrated approach in which architecture, urban planning, landscape, interior design and engineering converge results in a unique design.
Image Courtesy © Mecanoo
- Architects: Mecanoo
- Project: Id College And Roc Leiden
- Location: Leiden, the Netherlands
- Development partner and contractor: GiesbersGroep, Wijchen
- Client: ID College, Leiden
- Structural engineer: Croes Bouwtechnisch Ingenieursbureau, Nijmegen
- Mechanical and electrical engineer: K&R Consultants, Apeldoorn
- Advisor acoustics, building physics, sustainability and fire safety: LBP Sight, Nieuwegein
- Design: 2013-2014
- Realisation: 2014-2016
Friday, October 6th, 2017
Article source: C. F. Møller Architects
VIA University College, Campus Horsens will unify a variety of education programs in a vibrant and active educational setting deeply rooted in the city.
Campus Horsens establishes itself as a city in the city with a continuation of the area’s building block structure and classical city motives such as narrow streets, parks and urban squares. At the same time, the campus connects with the city by establishing a path that connects the three new urban areas, Campus Square, Expo-pladsen and Innovation Square, which all lies as a natural extension of the city’s flow.
Image Courtesy © C. F. Møller Architects
- Architects: C. F. Møller Architects
- Project: Via University College, Campus Horsens
- Location: Horsens, Denmark
- Client: CASA A/S
- Size: 35000 m²
- Competition year: 2017
Friday, October 6th, 2017
Article source: Sasaki
In 2014, Sasaki completed a study of Dartmouth College’s residential life experience. Following recommendations from this study, the college officially moved to a house system in 2016. This change will strengthen community, promote continuity of friendship over students’ college careers, and increase opportunities for deeper intellectual engagement through informal interactions. The six house communities are formed from clusters of existing residence halls, many of which were built between 1920–50. As this housing stock had not been built to accommodate student life needs, four communities required additional common space to support the new house programming. Sasaki designed two temporary House Centers to meet this need.
Image Courtesy © Jane Messinger
- Architects: Sasaki
- Project: Dartmouth College House Center Pilots
- Location: Hanover, New Hampshire
- Photography: Jane Messinger
- Client name: Dartmouth College
- Size: House Center A: 4,747 sf, House Center B: 6,343 sf
- Completion date: Completed August 2016
Thursday, September 21st, 2017
Article source: Cubo Arkitekter
The human scale
During their time on the school the students will follow different educations and classes preparing them socially and professionally for a praxis of health care and pedagogy.
In the Aarhus Social and Health Care College places the human being in center. Therefor it is the human scale, which influences the new schools vision for a rich, variated and humanistic architecture.
Image Courtesy © Martin Schubert
- Architects: Cubo Arkitekter
- Project: Aarhus Social and Health Care College
- Location: Aarhus, Denmark
- Photography: Martin Schubert
- Software used: Revit, SketchUp
- Client: Aarhus Social- og Sundhedsskole
- Landscape: Møller og Grønborg
- Contracter: C.C. Contractor
- Engineer: Niras
- Area: 13.000 m2
- Finished: 2015
Tuesday, July 18th, 2017
Article source: SURCO Arquitectos
The opportunity to rebuild on the same site allowed that along with the building was proposed to reorder an establishment that grew up without an apparent programmatic order according to age; Thus focused on the new building the entire administrative and curriculum, previously scattered program at the College, in addition to rooms of attention of parents and the main entrance to the College, thus replacing a precarious access and a few classrooms, a place with a more public condition under the logic of the place where it is inserted.
Image Courtesy © SURCO
- Architects: SURCO Arquitectos
- Project: Curricular administrative building Lycée María Auxiliadora
- Location: O’Higgins and Kurt Möller Corner facing Plaza de Armas, Linares, Maule Region, Chile
- Photography: SURCO
- Architect in Charge: Juan Paulo Alarcón Carreño
- Contributors: Felipe Alarcón Carreño
- Promoter: MINEDUC Reconstruction
- Predominant materials: Reinforced concrete in sight, Steel, Glass D.V.H., Steel corten and Pine wood radiata
- Land area: 367,7 m2
- Constructed area: 735.4 m2
- Year of project: 2011
- Year of construction: 2011
Friday, July 7th, 2017
Article source: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Designed to enrich the academic life of students and embody the vibrancy of its urban setting, the 198,000-square-foot New College House brings together undergraduates, graduates, faculty and staff in a shared community. As the University of Pennsylvania’s first purpose-built college house, the building is poised to enliven the campus experience for the 21st century and beyond.
Image Courtesy © Jeffrey Totaro
- Architects: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
- Project: University of Pennsylvania New College House
- Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
- Photography: Jeffrey Totaro, Nic Lehoux and Gregory Benson
- Client: University of Pennsylvania
- Design Principal/Principal-in-Charge: Frank W. Grauman, FAIA, LEED AP
- Design Principal: Bernard J. Cywinski, FAIA (1940-2011)
- Project Manager: Dana Reed, AIA, LEED AP
- Project Architects: Anthony Pregiato, RA, LEED AP BD+C and Erin Roark, AIA, LEED AP
Thursday, July 6th, 2017
Article source: Otxotorena Arquitectos
The program of needs of the project is in function of the expectations of students of the School, given the evolution of the demand of places. And it is articulated around the requirements of the legislation in force in the matter, within the framework of the specificities of the educational project of the entity.
Image Courtesy © Rubén Pérez Bescós
- Architects: Otxotorena Arquitectos (Juan M. Otxotorena Elizegi, Gloria Herrera Damas)
- Project: New building for “El Redín” College
- Location: Pamplona, Navarre (Spain)
- Photography: JoséManuel Cutillas and Rubén Pérez Bescós
- Project quantity surveyors: Isabelino Río Rodríguez, Ignacio Quintana Ortiz, Pablo Tejero Ariño
- Structure engineering: ALBERDI estructuras
- Facilities engineering: otxotorena arquitectos
- Promoter: FEISA
- Budget: 1.081.107 €
- Total area: 1.478,00 m2
- Construction date: 2011-2013