Archive for the ‘Factory’ Category
Friday, July 13th, 2018
Article source: Cubo Arkitekter
A beautiful valley in central Jutland surrounds Randers Tegl’s new administration building with showroom and factory facilities for Carlsberg Bjælker™.
The two storeys high administration and visitors’ building is a composition of four “supersized bricks” with the classical proportions of a Danish brick – a unique concept that creates a distinct common thread throughout the project.
Image Courtesy © Martin Schubert
- Architects: Cubo Arkitekter
- Project: The Hammershøj Brick Factory
- Location: Tindbækvej 16, 8830 Tjele, Denmark
- Photography: Martin Schubert
- Client: Randers Tegl
- Engineer: Ingeniørfirmaet VIGGO MADSEN
- Contractor: c.c. contractor
- Budget: approximately 50 million DKK
- Size: Administration building 1.000 square meters, Factories approximately 4.000 square meters.
- Completion Year: 2017
Wednesday, June 20th, 2018
Article source: Superimpose Architecture Design Studio Limited
Superimpose designed an exhibition centre for Changzhi, a third tier city in Shanxi Province of China. Under the prevailing economic and urban transformation in China, Changzhi faces suburbanisation, which is effecting into a new CBD. The main design challenge for Superimpose was to either erase the current city fabric or try to preserve the province’s fewest remaining industrial heritage.
Superimpose was appointed to take part in the CBD design. The future CBD is planned on a site, which has more than 15 former bearing factories built in 1945 for the Liberation War.
Image Courtesy © Marc Goodwin
- Architects: Superimpose Architecture Design Studio Limited
- Project: Re-Veil’ Factory Regeneration
- Location: Shanxi Province, China
- Photography: Marc Goodwin, Valentin Racko
- Partners Superimpose: Carolyn Leung, Ben de Lange, Ruben Bergambagt.
- Design Team: Superimpose Architecture, Carolyn Leung, Ben de Lange, Ruben Bergambagt, Pablo Gonzalez, Huimin Xie, Xiaoyu Xu.
- GFA: 6,000 sqm
Wednesday, June 20th, 2018
Article source: EMILIO ALVAREZ ABOUCHARD ARQUITECTURA
The NaveIndustrialRX (RXFactory) project started with the operation of a radioactive source for the steel industry. Safety was the main concern of the client, not only because of the radioactive source but because of the building itself. The first and most important outline in design was choosing concrete as the main construction material. The whole building was modulated according to the metallic panels used to cast the concrete: factory’s floors and walls are constructed in multiples of 60cm leaving it exposed, which helped us to arrange the constructive and compositional elements of architecture.
Image Courtesy © Camila Cossio
- Architects: EMILIO ALVAREZ ABOUCHARD ARQUITECTURA
- Project: Nave Industrial RX (Xray Factory)
- Location: Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico
- Photography: Camila Cossio
- Collaborators: Rodrigo Delgado, Estela Casillas
- Area: 1860 m2
- Completion: 2018
Friday, May 18th, 2018
Article source: TRANS architectuur en stedenbouw
After decades of gradual expansion, the factory buildings of Ryhove, a company based in the city centre of Ghent, showed signs of decay. The corporate image had become one of an outdated working environment that was no longer in line with the commercial success.
Image Courtesy © Stijn Bollaert
- Architects: TRANS architectuur en stedenbouw
- Project: Ryhove Ghent
- Location: Koningsdal, Ghent, Belgium
- Photography: Annelies Vanstockstraeten, Stijn Bollaert
- Client: Ryhove VZW
- Consultants: Micconsult, UTIL
- Surface: 2.000 m2
- Timing: 2013-2018
- Completion: 10-2017
Friday, May 11th, 2018
Article source: GutGut
The building of Mlynica is part of a large post-industrial area of Light Building Materials in Bratislava. Since 1960s, porous prefabricated concrete blocks, slabs and panels have been produced here. Production took place until 1992. After privatization, the new owners sold off the complex and a gradual disintegration of the structures began.
Image Courtesy © Jakub Skokan and Martin Tůma – BoysPlayNice
- Architects: GutGut (Štefan Polakovič, Lukáš Kordík, Jana Benková, Tomáš Vrtek)
- Project: The Mill
- Location: Turbínová 13, Bratislava, Slovakia
- Photography: akub Skokan, Martin Tůma – BoysPlayNice
- Co-authors of Architectural Study: Roman Žitňanský, Patrícia Botková, Katarína Bergerová
- Author of Graphic Identity And Information System: Ľubica Segečová
- Plot Area: 2676 m2
- Built Area: 857 m2
- Net Floor Area: 3695 m²
- Built Volume: 20100 m3
- Implementation: (2016-2017)
- Project: (2015-2016)
Monday, February 5th, 2018
Article source: DHOOGE & MEGANCK ARCHITECTURE
A production site for mustard, pickles and imposed vegetables according to an innovative, contemporary abbey principle. It does not stand in line but is an island in the industrial development and thus pulls the underlying nature reserve inwards. Due to the low budget, the ‘fat’ has been cut away, leading to a condensed concept. The ‘arena’ extends around and is the minimum paving (turning radius) for loading and unloading. The production was commemorated together with the client from horizontal to vertical, with the mustard tower where the silos with mustard seed are located. The central gate reveals itself as a gaping hole in the massive façade that consists of a rhythmic set of concrete panels. The building must comply with the standards of food safety whereby the hygienic and non-hygienic zone must be strictly separated. The central helix staircase cleverly resolves this and shows the functioning and DNA of the building.
Image Courtesy © FREDERIK VERCRUYSSE
- Architects: DHOOGE & MEGANCK ARCHITECTURE
- Project: Contemporary Abbey For The Production Of Mustard, Pickles, Pickled Vegetables And Vinegar
- Location: Oudenaarde, Belgium
- Photography: DHOOGE & MEGANCK, FREDERIK VERCRUYSSE, Johnny Umans
- Client: Camp’s
- Cost: 1.191.000€
- Surface: 1200m²
- Date: 2013-2018
Wednesday, January 31st, 2018
Article source: Víctor Rahola Arquitecte
The winery program is the result of the need to produce wine and organize a relationship with the existing land house. There are four main spaces for the wine production with three more areas between them. These three are service spaces with all the facilities and storage. The first main space in the right, next to the laboratories and freezers, is the one for all the farming instruments and tools for the vineyards. The second one is for all the vats needed for the “mosto wine” production. The third one is for those vats and bottles that are resting. The last one, and forth, is the area for tastings, enjoyment and storage of the bottles that are ready to be open. The access through a tunnel from the upper side of the house serves as organizer for the circulation of the owners. The three remaining service areas are accessed directly from the vineyards.
Image Courtesy © Víctor Rahola Arquitecte
- Architects: Víctor Rahola Arquitecte
- Project: A Buried Concrete Structure For A Winery
- Location: Girona, Spain
- Software used: Autocad, Rhino
Friday, December 15th, 2017
Article source: slasharchitects
The Farm 38° 30°, an iconic boutique dairy factory, derives its name from the coordinates of the site it is located in, the “38° 30° Valley of Art” in the village of Afyon Tazlar, in the province of Afyonkarahisar in Central Turkey. Located at the entrance of the valley, this dairy factory offers degustation for visitors, all the while exhibiting the production process of the dairy products of the farm.
Image Courtesy © slasharchitects
- Architects: slasharchitects
- Project: The Farm of 38°30° Dairy Factory
- Location: Afyonkarahisar, Turkey
Monday, November 13th, 2017
Article source: AHA | Aki Hamada Architects
This is an extension to an existing circuit board factory located near Atsugi base. The first floor area, which had originally been planned as a workshop, was changed to be used as a showroom and a multi-purpose space for local community, and therefore versatility and openness were required. Furthermore, since future reconstruction of the currently used factory building was under consideration, we tried to design an extension allowing for multiple uses, while providing adjustable spaces and programs in accordance with the active involvement of users. This building is constructed of a frame structure model designed to accommodate various conditions and requirements, as well as fitting and hardware elements allowing fine tuning by improving their adjustability and renewability. Those spaces in the building are characterized by the composition juxtaposing those elements without losing their original characteristics.
Image Courtesy © Kenta Hasegawa
- Architects: AHA | Aki Hamada Architects (Aki Hamada, Ryo Saito)
- Project: Substrate Factory Ayase
- Location: Kanagawa, Japan
- Photography: Kenta Hasegawa
- Client: Y.K.ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
- Structure: Konishi Structural Engineers (Yasutaka Konishi, Noboru Enshu)
- Lighting: SIRIUS LIGHTING OFFICE (Hirohito Totsune, Ami Tohya)
- Landscape: SfG Landscape Architects (Akihiko Ono)
- Environment: DE.lab
- Site area: 278.25 m2
- Building area: 182.4 m2
- Total floor area: 290.88 m2
Wednesday, August 9th, 2017
Article source: WilkinsonEyre
At the time that WilkinsonEyre was invited to design this new factory and headquarters building, Dyson was one of the fastest growing companies in the UK. The new development therefore needed to embrace an extensive range of uses and be built and occupied in a rolling programme. Our original masterplan for the overall site optimised the layout of a range of functions whilst incorporating flexibility for future expansion.
The design created an exciting yet economical space with an undulating wave form roof which ‘floats’ above the trees, disguising the bulk of the factory.
Image Courtesy © WilkinsonEyre
- Architects: WilkinsonEyre
- Project: Dyson Campus Expansion
- Location: Malmesbury, England