AD Round Up: Industrial Architecture Part VII

AD Round Up: Industrial Architecture Part VII

A whole variety of insdustrial projects for our seventh selection of previously featured posts. Check them all after the break.

Kangan Batman Institute / Lyons The new Automotive Centre of Excellence (ACE) in Melbourne’s Docklands accommodates a dedicated training and showcase facility for Australia’s automotive trades and manufacturing. It consists of high-bay workshop spaces, specialist workrooms, classrooms and office accommodation (read more…)

Burnie Makers’ Workshop / TERROIR Makers’ Workshop represents a major investment in a post-industrial future by the town of Burnie, on Tasmania’s north-west coast. Until recently, the town has been known primarily for its large scale industries, such as the massive waterfront pulp and paper mill, and busy port (read more…)

Cox Communications Distribution Center / el dorado The site is a light industrial office park of conventional box buildings primarily from the 1960s and 1970s located in Topeka, Kansas. Cox Communications Distribution Center is the first building within the park to be renovated, as the owner has decided to revamp the entire park over the next several years. With a limited budget, the architects of el dorado were asked to create an innovative, yet simple tone for future development (read more…)

Mason Lane Farm / De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop The Mason Lane Farm Operations Facility is a new complex for farm equipment servicing, re-fueling & storage, as well as providing seasonal storage for grain & hay. The facility supports a 2,000-acre property utilized for agriculture, recreation, wildlife habitat and conservation purposes. The project has been submitted for LEED Gold Level certification and is notable as the first of its type for implementing LEED criteria to an agricultural project. More photographs and drawings following the break (read more…)

Thurston Wine House Addition / Jones Studio The Thurston Wine House Addition carefully displays a respect for its context through its materiality and its tectonic language while expressing its unconventional program through its formal elements (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Industrial Architecture Part VII" 03 Jun 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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