AD Round Up: Public Facilities Part V

Amazing public facilities projects for the 5th part of our selection. Check them all after the break!

Palomar Welcome Center / Johnsen Schmaling Architects
As the harbinger of a large-scale development slated for LEED certification, the Palomar Welcome Center utilizes an abandoned one-story warehouse building on the edge of Milwaukee’s Park East redevelopment corridor. The area, an urban desert formerly occupied by an underused freeway spur, is slated to be transformed into the Palomar District, a series of mixed-use projects that will connect downtown to the adjacent neighborhoods (read more…)

Phoenix Civic Space Shade Canopies / Architekton
The Phoenix Civic Space weaves together the downtown community with ASU’s Phoenix Campus to create a vital urban center adjacent to the city’s new light rail system. Floating above the park, four canopies create a series of outdoor rooms defined by undulating green planes that reflects the park’s corrugated topography (read more…)

Platoon Kunsthalle / Platoon + Graft Architects
PLATOON KUNSTHALLE opened its doors on 11th april 2009. PLATOON KUNSTHALLE is set up in seoul as a space for subculture in Asia. its programmatic orientation towards cultural movements beneath the radar creates a dynamic space where new ideas are born and presented. The platoon Europe headquarters in berlin was established in 2000 (read more…)

Saint Georges / Guerin & Pedroza Architectes
In 2003, the agency Guérin & Pedroza was put in charge by the City of Toulouse of renovating and restructuring an area of 10,000 sqm which houses a shopping arcade and underground parking spaces. This complex, designed at the end of the 1970s, extends from the middle of a block of buildings dating from the previous decade located in a historical neighborhood to the heart of the old city (read more…)

SOS Children’s Villages Lavezzorio Community Center / Studio Gang Architects
SOS community center combines services for foster care families and neighborhood families in one building. SOS is an international not-for-profit agency committed to training foster parents and reuniting siblings. Multi-faceted public spaces in the building encourage a range of learning opportunities and social interaction. An extra-wide stair in the lobby doubles as classroom seating and an impromptu stage for performance (read more…)

Cite: Jordana, Sebastian. "AD Round Up: Public Facilities Part V" 12 Oct 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 23 Apr 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=81570>

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