Architects: Chevalier Morales Architectes
Location: Montréal, Québec, Canada
Project managers: Sergio Morales, Stephan Chevalier
Project team: Sergio Morales, Stephan Chevalier, Karine Dieujuste, Christine Giguère, Samantha Hayes, Neil Melendez
Client: Anne Joyal, Guillaume Lemoine
Engineers: Les Consultants Gemec, Génivar
General contractor: Pomerleau
Built area: 1,000 sqm
Budget: 3.6 M
Project Year: 2008-2009
Photographs: Marc Cramer
Architect: Andrej Kalamar – Studio Kalamar
Location: Mačkovci, Slovenia
Structural Engineering: Igra
HVAC Engineering: Veling
Electrical Engineering: Mat-El
Client: Panvita Marof d.o.o.
Contractor: SGP Pomgrad d.d.
Built Area: 2.200 sqm
Budget: 3.200.000 €
Project Year: 2006-2008
Year of Construction: 2009
Photographs: Studio Kalamar
Completed in 2004, the Greenwich Street Project by Archi-tectonics is a 64,000 square foot multi-unit residential building in New York just a few blocks from where the Hudson River meets the city. With the West Village to its north, SoHo, the heart of style to its West, and TriBeCa, where entrenpreneurship has transformed industry into lofts to its south, the Greenwich Street Project is the meeting point of three of downtown’s major cultural districts. Ironically enough, its design also involved the merging of an old renovated warehouse with a completely new structure, combining both to create appropriate live-work spaces that served its context.
More on Archi-tectonics Greenwich Street Project after the break.
Architects: Spillman Farmer Architects
Location: Bryn Athyn, PA, USA
Project Team: Dan Harrigan, Joseph Biondo, Michael Metzger, Deborah Innis, Joanne Titcomb, Salvatore Verrastro, Sierra Krause, Wayne Stitt, Randy Galiotto, Christa Duelberg-Kraftician, Brian Brandis
Structural Engineering: Ritchie Engineering
Lab Planner: SST Planners
Landscape Design: Carter VanDyke Associates
Mechanical: Snyder Hoffman Engineers
Contractors: Whiting-Turner Contracting
Project Area: 39,000 sq ft
Project Year: 2008-2009
Photographs: Steven Wolfe, William Deegan
The Interpretation Center celebrates Nelson Mandela in the township that was his first home in Johannesburg, when he moved to the city from the Eastern Cape in the 1940s. In the heart of Alexandra, settlement established as early as 1912 and currently one of the poorest urban areas in the country, the one room house and yard are diagonally across the street from Peter Rich’s new design on Hofmeyer Street and 7th Avenue.