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Old March 14th, 2011, 11:15 PM   #41
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Old March 16th, 2011, 12:26 AM   #46
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ALHÓNDIGA BILBAO CULTURAL & LEISURE CENTER


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Os pongo unas fotillos que puede sacar con el edificio aún en obras:
Alhóndiga Bilbao
(Abril 2010)





Atrío desde la entrada por la plaza Arriquibar. Vista de los 3 cubos, a la izquierda Mediateka, en el centro, el de Actividad Física, derecha el de Actividades Complementarias.


Vista de algunos de los 'pilares creativos' de starck.


Mediateka, en pleno proceso colocación de suelo técnico, y mobiliario de Starck.


Crujía de Alm.Rekalde revestida en vidrio y pasarela de unión con el cubo Mediateka


Lucernario y suelo de piscina


Escalinata recubierta de vidrio de acceso a los sótanos entre los cubos Mediateka y A.Físicas


Sótano -1. Acceso al Auditorio





Sótano -2. Sala de Exposiciones, cines y salas secundarias.





Sala principal del cubo de A.Físicas (gimnasio con máquinas de cardio y musculación, y 3 divisiones acristaladas para clases específicas)







Piscinas y acceso al solarium







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Drawbridge for a new Tramway Line


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TRANSPORTE PÚBLICO
El tranvía que unirá Leioa y Sestao tomará forma a lo largo de 2011

Transportes adjudica por 560.000 euros la redacción del proyecto, que incluye un puente elevable para 'salvar' la ría



27.12.10 - 02:34 - EVA MOLANO | LEIOA. http://www.elcorreo.com/vizcaya/v/20...-20101227.html




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Old March 17th, 2011, 10:59 AM   #48
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Amézola Neighborhood


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Ametzola en 1996:



Evolución de las obras durante 1997, 1998 y 1999:



Proyecto Final:



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Old March 18th, 2011, 09:31 AM   #49
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Bilbao Arena, a poco más de una semana de su inauguración

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Primer partido en el Bilbao Arena:





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Integrado con el entorno...




Esta sacada de la web "fotos de arquitectura" ---> http://fotos-arquitectura.blogspot.com/

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Una foto del BLOG de Jorge Allende... --> http://fotografiadearquitectura-jorg....blogspot.com/

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Basque Public University Technological Campus


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Se trata de 3 nuevos edificios que se construirán rodeando el futuro Estadio San Mamés y que, junto con la actual Escuela de Ingenieros, compondrán el Campus Tecnológico de San Mamés. Son los siguientes:

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  • La actual Escuela de Ingenieros Industriales, que se mantiene sin variaciones. (Construido)
  • Nuevo edificio de las Escuelas de Ingeniería Técnica Industrial y de Obras Públicas y Minas. (En Construcción)
  • Nuevo edificio Polivalente de Telecomunicaciones y Audiovisuales. (En estudio)
  • Nuevo centro de I+D+I y Biblioteca (En Estudio)
Por ahora, está en obras el primero de los edificios que aquí os muestro. Los otros dos comenzarán a construirse una vez el Athletic se haya trasladado al nuevo estadio y el actual San Mamés haya sido derruído () 2017, mínimo. Aquí podríamos seguir la construcción de este edificio y los futuros edificios.










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MINING MUSEUM


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Informazio gehiago: Ahazturik?


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Ya tenía tiempo esperando mostrar las mejores fotos de este centro que para mí es de los más perrones del mundo!!
Se encuentra a 15 o 20 minutos del centro de Bilbao en le barrio de Boroa de la comunidad adjunta de Amorebieta-Etxano que esta todavía dentro de la zona metropolitana de Bilbao Bizkaia.


Automotive Intelligence Center / ACXT




Architects: ACXT
Location: Boroa, Amorebieta-Etxano, Biscay, Spain
Project Architects: Javier Pérez Uribarri, Xabier Aparicio Ortega
Client: AIC Fundation
Project Team: Jose Cavallero, Nuno Lobo, Roberto Fdez De Gamboa, Roberto Aparicio, Cristina Lamikiz, Oscar Costa, Marc Rips, Jose Cavallero, Nuno Lobo, Fernado Ortega, Marina Duran, Oscar Malo, Arrate Achalandobaso, Ziortza Bardeci, Francisco García, Angel Gómez
Engineering: Amaia Lastra, Oscar Malo, Rafael Pérez, Francisco García, Angel Gómez, Ibai Ormaza, Igor Udaondo
Site Supervisors: Javier Pérez Uribarri, Xabier Aparicio Ortega, Oscar Malo, Rafael Pérez, Amaia Lastra, Mikel Presilla
Contractor: Balzola
Total Floor Area: 19,006 sqm (Phase I)
Project Year: 2006-2007
Construction Year: 2007-2008
Photographs: Aitor Ortiz


Scheme and Conditioning Factors

A complex of 3 buildings and landscaping destined for R&D+i in the Automotive Sector.

Two of the buildings are intended for use as Development Units (halls) with laboratories and small-scale production.
The third, the Main Building, houses research units of various companies in the automotive sector, a laboratory (for common projects among the resident companies) and the social block of the complex, comprising: main lobby, auditorium, training classrooms, classrooms for projects in cooperation with universities, and the offices of the centre’s management.



The site was flat when the project was drawn up. The landscaping plan for the industrial estate has strongly altered the original topography. Due to the reduced height limit permitted on the estate, and the elevated ground level of a large part of the site boundaries, the roof of our buildings has a great visual impact. In addition, the presence of a large Combined Cycle Power Station beside the East façade has to be added.

This research centre has nothing to do with a Technology Centre as far as usage is concerned. A Technology Centre is run by an institution and provides services. The AIC was born from the idea of it being the same companies as set up the complex that have their own research spaces in it, but that there are other spaces for projects carried out jointly with them, and the management is a mix of both public and private.


Compositional Solution

The Development Units are set in isolation for functional reasons and for future versatility.
A triangular landscaped area articulates the space between the Development Units, the Main Building and the spaces reserved for future expansion.


The complexity of the main building’s facilities is unified under a large silver aerodynamically-shaped roof inspired by the bodywork of prototypes and racing cars.

The main building is composed of two fundamental parts: the social area, set around the main lobby; and the area for R&D projects.

In the transverse section of the R&D area, the functional layout is understood in the solution that has been given to the problem of the confidentiality of the activities in the centre (those specific to each company and those shared with others). Continuing from West to East, we have the garden, a landscaped fold in the terrain generating a patio alongside the façade which we call a “burladero” [literally “the barrier behind which the bullfighter takes refuge in the bullring”]. It is serves as a screen so that small machines can be installed for the laboratories of each company without any visual impact. Company laboratory downstairs, offices upstairs. Continuing at the ground floor level, an internal access “street” with the laboratories off it, for the companies one side and on the other side those in common. Above it, at the first floor level, a passageway fulfils the same service for people to access the offices of the companies. And finally the area of the shared laboratory, the highest enclosed space in the building. The lower parts of the roof are reserved for future “units” of the shared projects. At the end, the East façade is designed like a fold of the roof down to the ground, negating the presence of the combined cycle power station.




The “street” is covered in order to reinforce the image of unity the centre wishes to convey; not to mention the advantages in standing up to the Vizcaya climate, as well as facilitating the control of some habitually untidy spaces (the accesses to any premises, full of boxes and rubbish that “aren’t anybody’s”).

The social area is planned at the head of the building. A large lobby facing South forms the end of the internal “street”, surprising those entering it. Some huge glass doors make this connection possible: a car can get in as far as the lobby (for presentations of new models, prototypes, etc). The training areas are integrated into an aluminium box: an auditorium downstairs, training classrooms upstairs.


The management is located in the most aerodynamic element of the roof: a fold inspired by the air intakes of racing cars. It facilitates a generous access porch and gives the centre’s management to have a commanding view of all the facades.

Urban Insertion

The complex is located on an industrial estate away from the urban nucleus. The design strategies have been geared, on the one hand, to making the building visible from the bordering motorway (the aspect of the South facing lobby), and on the other, to avoiding the constant view of the Combined Cycle Power Station from the work spaces. This is achieved by orientating them towards the West, where a garden provides a rest for the eyes, something that is atypical on such an estate.

The triangular garden articulates the space between the Development Units, the Main Building, and the spaces reserved for future expansion.










Constructional Characteristics

Special care has been paid so that the necessarily elevated number of outdoor machines and equipment that a centre of this type needs, have the least visual and acoustic impact. To that end various patios have been planned, both let into both the façade (“burladeros”) and the roof (see transverse section). The solar panels are installed over the roof patios, contributing to that idea of concealment.

The structure is of steel at the head (social area) and prefabricated concrete in the rest. The facades are of kalzip and curtain walling.






















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Old March 23rd, 2011, 01:08 AM   #53
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PUNTA ZORROZA URBAN DEVELOPMENT: 3 Choices



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Alternativa 1: Unos 115 metros de altura máxima (1x27 1x20 1x18 2x17 1x14 2x13 1x12)



Alternativa 2: Unos 130 metros de altura máxima (1x33 1x23 1x21 4x19)



Alternativa 3: Unos 150 metros de altura máxima (1x35 1x31 2x25 3x21 1x17 4x13)



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Metro and Tram Expansion

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Ampliación de la Red de Metro y Tranvía. Act 2011

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Hace ya más de 3 años hicimos en Bilbao en Construcción! un par de entradas que aglutinaban las obras y
proyectos tanto en la red de tranvía como de metro del Bilbao Metropolitano.

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En el siguiente gráfico podéis observar integradas en una sola las futuras dos redes de trasporte.
La imagen muestra la idea que, en estos momentos, se tiene desde las instituciones del futuro de las infraestructuras de trasporte urbano de Bilbao.
Es decir, en la misma se incluyen tanto las líneas ya construidas como las que en este momento se encuentran en construcción como las que están en fase de proyecto o estudio.
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Gotta love the innovative spirit of Euskadi and Bilbao!
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Really hope they chose Project 3 for Zorroza
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The Automotive Intelligence Center / ACXT is exactly the kind of investment that need to happen in Spain. Really gorgeous building
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