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    تاريخ التسجيل: Dec 2006
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    1 Centre des Arts Orientaux
    Ensemble de salles de spectacle Shanghaï, Chine, 2000 Mise en service : 2003

    2 Centre des sciences de Guangdong
    Cité des sciences, Canton Concours Chine, 2003

    3 Centre des sciences et des arts culturels de Suzhu
    Complexe des sciences et des arts culturels, théâtre, commerces Concours Chine, 2003

    4 Nouvelle bibliothèque de Canton
    Concours Chine, 2005








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    Toshiko Mori Architect

    Location Syracuse, NY
    Owner Syracuse University
    Program Offices and Materials Testing Laboratories
    Size 10,000 sqf


    Location Syracuse, NY
    Owner Syracuse Center of Excellence
    Program Offices, Classrooms and Materials Testing Laboratories
    Size 80,000 sqf.

    The building’s proposed form and landscape are intended as a green urban intervention which will serve as an anchor to the connective corridor between downtown Syracuse and Syracuse University. The new facility will provide laboratory, classroom, and office space for the Syracuse Center of Excellence. Counter to a traditional introverted research lab, the Center of Excellence laboratories open themselves up to the surrounding city.
















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    Erick van Egeraat

    ABC Faculty Building University of Utrecht (NL)
    design 2002-2004
    realisation 2004-2005
    client: University of Utrecht
    gross floor area: 14.500 m2
    The University of Utrecht in the Netherlands commissioned an urban masterplan by O.M.A. (Art Zaayer) in 1995, and has since invited several well known Dutch architects to contribute to the University campus ‘De Uithof’. For the latest extension the University sought a more modest building to make optimal use of the deep site available. Facing south, but wanting the minimum of direct sunlight, the assignment requires an intelligent and sustainable solution.
    The new faculty building of the biomedical cluster (ABC) forms the corner to the existing Academic Hospital of Utrecht. Due to the chaotic nature of the current urban plan, the new building volume seeks to strengthen the existing entrance area of the hospital complex. In addition it needs to retain an independent building identity within the complex and also to form part of the University campus.
    On a gross floor area of approximately 14.500 m2, the building consists of three parts: office space, classrooms with individual workspaces (‘study landscape’) and a restaurant. In both the office and education areas, flexible work environments are provided where different teaching scenarios can occur such as classical lectures, group work and individual research.
    Situated in the centre of the building are three cone shaped glass voids, which allow indirect sunlight into the deep building plan. They connect the more public areas in the building with the education floors and are visible from all spaces in the building. The cones integrate the loadbearing structure and serve as large ventilation shafts. The crystal glass shapes thus form a technical backbone as well as the atmospherical heart of the building. Combining a rationalised and orthogonal structure with specific shapes and open areas, the proposal meets the client’s expectation of a modest, though enriched environment with an inspiring identity.

















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    تاريخ التسجيل: Dec 2006
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    Erick van Egeraat
    Inholland University Rotterdam (NL)
    competition 1996, first prize
    design 1996-1998, realisation 1998-2000
    client: Inholland University Rotterdam
    gross floor area: 20.000 m2
    The Inholland University, formerly Ichthus University, is situated in a former industrial harbour area of Rotterdam. The client’s objective was to create a flexible 21st century school that both relates to its surroundings and has a transparent and open appearance.
    The new building refers to its harbour context of 19th and early 20th century architecture, in scale as well as typology. As the school desired to keep future options of usage open, the design has a flexible structure that allows floors to be partially rented for commercial use if necessary.
    The building maximises the site available, with two accommodation wings enclosing a central atrium space. Public spaces and functions requiring more specific rooms are located on the first three floors, classrooms on the upper six floors. The atrium forms the heart of the building, starting at the first floor and extending to the top, along the south façade.
    The building is executed predominantly in glass, both cobalt blue screen-printed and clear, used both to maximise internal flexibility and to optimise the views out over the harbour. This expansive use of glass also creates an open character that clearly expresses the philosophy of the school
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    Extension Inholland University Rotterdam (NL)
    design 2004-2005, realisation 2006-2008
    client: Inholland University, Rotterdam
    gross floor area: 17.000 m2

    The project is the extension of the existing university building designed by EEA and realised in 2000. The plan consists of three new buildings and a design for the landscaped courtyard, which is located between the existing building and the new planned buildings. The extension of the building is planned in three main elements. A low, three level volume is placed parallel to the existing building, creating a connection to the existing building which faces towards the courtyard. This part of the building contains public functions such as semi-commercial, school-related shops, a restaurant and library.
    A nine-level “bridge” building rests on the low volume and spans the landscape courtyard, with the underground metro, to the building on the other side of the courtyard where it rests. This building part is used for study areas, classrooms, meeting rooms and offices. The third element is an element that is partly cantilevered from the bridge building above the existing building offering a view towards the harbour.This top element is part of the extension, which will be directly visible from the Posthumalaan, which is where the main entrance of the complex is located. The façades of the building are different per element; they are all composed of glass in combination with prints or aluminium panels.
    The lowest volume has a golden print depicting large leaves. The North East façade of the bridge building is comparable to the existing main façade, with its characteristic horizontal lamellas. The South East façade of the bridge has a vertical pattern created from glass and printed glass with aluminium panels behind. This façade is approximately 40% closed for climatic reasons, which is realised through the use of the aluminium panels. The top element also has a vertical rhythm, which is composed of plain gold and vertically printed glass and golden aluminium elements
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    Laboratories and offices Leiden University (NL)
    design 1995, realisation 1996-1997
    client: University of Leiden
    gross floor area: 6.680 m2
    The Dutch Physics and Astronomy laboratories and offices at Leiden University occupy a complex of 1960’s and 1970’s blocks located in a green area on the city’s periphery.
    The new building is linked to an existing laboratory by connecting bridges on all floors and consists of three elements: a zinc clad office block, a glazed ground floor entrance and a semi-transparent laboratory volume that intersects the office block.
    Tilted towards the visitor at ten degrees, the office building emphasises its prominence whilst allowing light into and views from the adjacent buildings. Horizontal strip windows provide panoramic views out of the five floors of efficiently planned office accommodation and express the cladding as a second skin.
    The ground floor, housing entrance, auditorium and restaurant, is executed in glass and wood and present an open atmosphere. Contrasting formally with the office block, the slightly curved laboratory building is clad in silk-printed overlapping glazing.
    The laboratory is located to minimise external vibrations and is designed as a pragmatic industrial hall with an internally exposed steel structure. The use of a transparent façade to the laboratories reflects the culture of instrument making, the traditional craft that first gave the university its international reputation
















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    Main Building and Auditorium University of Leipzig (DE)
    competition 2004, first prize
    design 2005-2006, realisation 2006-...
    client: State of Saxony represented by the State Ministry of Finance, represented by Staatsbetrieb S�chsisches Immobilien- und Baumanagement Niederlassung Leipzig II
    gross floor area: 25.000 m2

    The design for the University Campus in Leipzig-Germany involves the upgrading of the existing University building through the creation of a foyer, an auditorium and a church/auditorium which can be used for academic lectures, religious services, concerts and exhibitions.
    The original church, established in the middle age, was abruptly demolished in the 1960’s. The new design had to consider the historical surrounding buildings, the historical origin of the church, its current cultural meaning, and the memory of the city.
    The newly formulated facade of the university on the Augustus Platz and the integration of the Campus in the City structure are the main *******s of the presented competition. The façade combines vertical composition and the accent to the icon of the old church.
    The University-Campus is integrated in the city, using its typical motives: passages and light-courts. With the generous space for the foyer, a semi-open room is created, which serves the university and the surroundings as a place of memory and a link to University life. Respecting the current and relating to the historical happenings the new proposed concept will create a new definition to the area. The homogenous appearance of Augustus Platz will be restored.
    The roof of the new building is the climax of the composition. Formally it refers to the demolished university church. The proposal, with its respectful and expressive language, fulfils the demands of not only offering a reference point to the past but also to set a symbol for the future.












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    "HOUSE OF KNOWLEDGE"
    CITY OF SCIENCES BELVAL

    LUXEMBOURG (2007)
    URBAN CONCEPT OF THE CITY OF SCIENCES BELVAL - THE 2.9KM UNIVERSITY
    In Esch-Belval a new city of sciences with a unique urban character is developed. The city fabric is densified and concentrated at the east edge. This builds up an institutional and cultural framework for the new university development and the existing industrial area. Recognizable urban mega forms contrast the block and court typologies of the master planning and the verticality of the industrial structures. The snake and bar typology around the existing Agora and the new university forum is programmatically and institutionally superimposed and creates an urban tension field between the university and the cultural area. The recognition of the city of sciences is created by urban accents in points of focus. The urban and institutional framework is advanced in prominent areas and complements the rough character of the landmarks of the former industrial site. Already during the first building phase unique and prominent urban figures are created that offer identifiable addresses and labes for the faculties in the new city of sciences. This big scale urban approach offers new opportunities and provides a point of departure for the long term development of the new city quarter of Esch-Belval.
    Complying the site constraints and topographical limitations of the development area an urban “extrusion-profile” is proposed that grants reproducibility, expandability. This “extrusion-profile” serves as a flexible city scaffolding and framework that incorporates parts and phases of the university program. By adding and stacking linear extensions produce a comprehensive 2,9 km city of sciences “extrusion” and is then transformed into a new typology by applying the programmatic and institutional parameters of the university brief. The macro form derives from the micro element. Deflections of parts of the snakes produce synergetic movements and shifts and generate unexpected programmatic superimpositions. A network of urban mega form is generated.

    CONCEPT OF THE "HOUSE OF KNOWLEDGE" - ROOF LANDSCAPE
    The cluster teaching with the house of knowledge, the university library and the director’s offices creates the heart of the new city of sciences and represents all public activities for the entire university. The central university building complex provides a big public forum for all visitors, students, teachers and researchers.
    The main element of the design is a generous hall with a cantilevering sculptural roof. The main program parts of the house of knowledge, the auditorium and conference hall and two big lecture halls become integrated part of this roof landscape. The usable roof forms the label for the representative building of the university. The movements and approaches of the urban scheme are advanced to determine the composition of the building parts under, beside and within the roof scape. The building volumes sit on the forum, hover over the ground or are integrated part the roof scape. The cluster teaching has different platforms with internal connections and links all program parts on a lifted circulation level. The levels and bridges serve as meeting platforms to enhance communication and interaction and allow for more mobility and flexibility.
    Leisure and sports facilities on the roof landscape provide recreation and activity zones over the university forum and offer panoramic views towards the entire development and the surroundings of Esch-Belval. This topographic scape contrasts the existing vertical industrial structures and provides physical and visual connections to the entrance hall of the house of knowledge and the forum below. The cantilevering roof area outside the activity zones and running track is dissolved into louvers with photovoltaic elements following an industrial shed principle. The transformation of the roof volume brings natural lighting down to the university forum and the foyer levels below and produces regenerative solar energy for the house of knowledge and the cluster teaching.

    Project Data:
    Site Area: 24.285 m²
    Floor Area: 45.600 m²
    Gross Floor Area: 53.000 m²
    Volume: 238.000 m³
    Competition: 04/2007
    Building Costs: 70 Mio Euro (Status: Competition)
    Costs per m²: 1.535 Euro/m²
    Client:
    Le Fonds Belval, Esch sur Alzette, Luxembourg
    Stuctural Concept:
    Zenkner & Handel GmbH & Co KEG, Graz, Austria
    Energy Concept:
    Kuehn Bauer Partner, Beratende Ingenieure GmbH, Munich, Germany



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    تاريخ التسجيل: May 2006
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    Coop Himmelb(l)au

    OFFICE AND RESEARCH CENTER
    SEIBERSDORF

    SEIBERSDORF, AUSTRIA (1993-1995)

    The commission was to remodel and enlarge an existing warehouse on the campus of the Research Center Seibersdorf, into an office building. A manifold building type, which reflects the research groups´, various disciplines and overlapping working methods, was developed. The conventional office-block is redefined as an integrated floating beam.

    Project Data:
    Design: 1991-1993
    Construction: 1994-1995
    Floor Area: 830 m²
    Volume: 4.300 m³
    Budget: 1,6 Mio Euro
    Client:
    Austrian Research Center Seibersdorf, Austria
    Structural Engineering:
    Waagner-Biro, Vienna, Austria



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    Coop Himmelb(l)au
    HIGH SCHOOL #9

    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA (2002-2008)
    In direct vicinity of the downtown Los Angeles cultural corridor with the recently finished Disney Concert Hall, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Cathedral Our Lady of Angels the Los Angeles Unified School District is planning High School number 9 as LAUSD's new flagship high school project with emphasis in the Visual and Performing Arts. As such the school campus will include four academies for education in music, dance, theater arts and visual arts, and a theater for 1,000 visitors which can be open to the public. COOP HIMMELB(L)AU's design proposal envisions a tower as a symbol for the arts in the city and a sign for the positive development of the arts, education and our society. As an extension of the public lobby the tower, which on its top provides a conference room, event space and exhibition space with a view across the entire city of LA, will encourage students to have a positive outlook into the future. The tower's sculpture is completed with a spiral ramp in form of a number 9 and two billboards, which are both signage and information interface for the school. (In the design approved by LAUSD for execution the tower will not be accessible.) The crystaline public lobby, with uses as theater lobby or exhibition area - creates the public face of the school towards downtown Los Angeles, while a representational school entrance via a grand open staircase addresses the community. Inside the campus the library in form of a cone is given importance as the ''Space of Knowledge'' and is the focal point of the central courtyard. Circular windows give the otherwise very utilitarian school buildings a distinct expression and - in strategic positions - reveal its inner life to the passer-by.

    Project Data:
    Site Area: 39.578 m²
    Floor Area: 21.204 m²
    Start of Planning: 10/2002
    Start of Construction: 03/2006
    Completion: 08/2008
    Scheduled Opening: 09/2008
    Building Costs: 171,9 Mio USD (include site and landscaping)
    Costs per m²: 7,680 USD / m²
    Client:
    LAUSD, Los Angeles Unified School District
    User:
    LAUSD District 4
    Structural Engineering:
    Taylor and Gaynes, Pasadena



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