ABQ Warehouse District

March 5, 2011

(Park)ing Day

Filed under: Uncategorized — celladdition @ 11:42 pm

Contra-Flow Bike Lanes…fancy!

Filed under: Uncategorized — celladdition @ 6:35 pm

I wonder how the pedestrians feel while trying to cross both the bike land and car lane during busy times…

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/12472219″>Contra-flow Bike Lane – Boulder, CO</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/streetfilms”>Streetfilms</a&gt; on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

 

 

March 4, 2011

Presentation Time Changes for Both Sections

Filed under: Uncategorized — celladdition @ 9:09 pm

Warehouse District Presentation Time:

NOON – 215 pm

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Los Ranchos TOD Presentation Time:

230 – 5pm+/-

 

— per Alf.

February 25, 2011

Street Precedents

Filed under: Precedents, References — Tags: , — celladdition @ 12:55 am

Photographer Ernst hass

Street Precedents

(edited: Photo by Ernst Hass)

– M. Mounce

February 23, 2011

ABQ Great Streets Facility Plan stalled, or what?

Filed under: Precedents, References — Tags: , , — celladdition @ 3:01 pm

For those who may not be aware of the Great Streets Facility Planit may be a useful guide for current and future ABQ projects. But for those who have heard about it — what’s going on with it currently?

— M. Mounce

February 21, 2011

Downtown Los Angeles – Examining the Rise and Fall

Filed under: Arts & Warehouse Districts — celladdition @ 1:41 pm

A link to some interesting information on the rise and fall of downtown Los Angeles.

http://www.uncanny.net/~wetzel/subwayarea.htm

Los Angeles – Art/Warehouse Districts

Filed under: Arts & Warehouse Districts — celladdition @ 1:28 pm

February 18, 2011

Arts & Cultural District: Draft Municipal Ordinance

Filed under: Arts & Warehouse Districts — celladdition @ 4:07 am

Here are 2 3 SOME links that may be of use:

Downtown Action Team – Arts and Culture of Page

Arts and Cultural District Draft Municipal ordinance

— last one pulled from here:

New Mexico Economic Development

Albuquerque Public Art

Creative Albuquerque

— M. Mounce

February 15, 2011

Traverse Theater

Filed under: Theatre Precedents — celladdition @ 5:26 am

Traverse Theater (E.Chinana)

Architect: Groves-Raines Architects

Location: Cambridge Street, Cambridge, Scotland

Completed: 1992

Cost: £3.3 million

The Traverse Theatre is a two theater space with an award winning bar and café created as part of Saltire Court.  It is an adaptive reuse project.

Traverse 1 is the larger space with flexible seating that can be moved to create many different configurations (e.g. transverse, end on, in the round, etc.). The most common configuration is ‘end on’ and has 216 seats.

Traverse 2 is the smaller studio space and is considered the black box theater. New flexible seating was installed in September 2005 to allow for 5 different staging configurations and the average capacity is approximately 100 seats.  Seating arrangement can be be

either the acting area is down the middle of the space, audience sits facing acting area from two sides, Cross Traverse: the stage is similar, but in the shape of a cross. To maintain a flexible space the designers created an intricate grid of beams and girders to support a building above, lighting and mechanical.

Program
Program in Section


February 14, 2011

Inside out art center, beijing, china

Filed under: Adaptive Reuse Warehouses — celladdition @ 9:36 pm

Inside Out Art Center

Beijing China

Atelier 11 Architects

cultural facility in beijing, china. consisting of studios, lofts, exhibition centers. The project is built within the existing structure of an old factory. enovated in multiple stages, the architects aimed to preserve as much of the original elements as possible. a large portion of the dark brick envelop was kept intact while  the steel framing was exposed on the interior as both structural and aesthetic elements.

A sculptural addition to the north serves as an external passage way shaped as a zigzag that connects the sales office to the multi-functional art center. an elevated catwalk connects the museum to a public pathway beyond the park, allowing visitors to experience the approach from a different advantage point.

Old building

Exterior View

 

Inside of the Art Gallery

 

 

 

 

 

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