Located in the forests, the complex itself brings up the silhouette of Sharri Mountain, quiet and a relaxing moments for the tourists makes it a hidden gem to be revealed. Sustainable design with green roofs and materials who are part of the traditional architecture, by enhancing the experience of the magnificent natural scenery with bold architecture.
Tourism architecture shapes the landscape in the long run. As a result, the esthetic value, as well as the indulgence quality of a region is improved by architecture. High value buildings can be seen as the basis for the touristic success of a destination, and therefore influence its economy and society.
The proposed student housing building in Stolberg, Germany is a project that will be undertaken by PIKA Architects. The building will be located near the public transport, providing convenient and comfortable accommodations for students. The building will be developed through a public-private partnership (PPP) between the government and a private developer. This partnership will ensure that the project is completed efficiently and effectively, while also providing a range of benefits to the local community.
The proposed building will feature a variety of spacious and well-appointed units, including single rooms, double rooms, and shared apartments. The complex will also have a communal kitchen and lounge area where students can socialize and cook their own meals. In addition, the building will have a friendly and attentive staff who will be available to help residents with any questions or concerns they may have.
The design of the building will be modern and functional, with a focus on sustainability and energy efficiency. PIKA Architects is committed to creating buildings that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also environmentally friendly. The building will feature state-of-the-art energy-saving technologies and materials, and will be designed to minimize its impact on the surrounding environment.
Overall, the proposed student housing building in Stolberg is a project that will benefit both the local community and the environment. It will provide affordable and comfortable accommodations for students, and will be developed in a way that is sustainable and responsible. PIKA Architects is excited to be a part of this important project, and looks forward to working closely with the government and private developer to bring it to fruition.
Having in mind the specificity of the program in sense of the
village of Jegunovce, the starting point from which the idea of the
building is being generated is the connection and the availability
towards the outside, that is, its users. Thereby, the aspects of “the
public” in space have a primary role in defining and determining
the concept and the design of the building as a whole. In that
terms, the spaces transition starting from the idea that the public
space flows through the inside of the building, generating zones
of usage of the public space – an entry hall (foyer) and
multipurpose hall – as main spaces, and service contents like
ticket office, checkroom and toilets – as a kind of “pockets”
serving the main purpose.
The base of the building, referent to its program, is the
multipurpose hall. Having it in mind as a kind of a core of the
building, together with the village of Jegunovce in terms of its
social features, the hall is a space that can function in several,
different seating compositions adjustable to the needs of its users.
As a result, the same space can be intended for events of a
different character such as municipality meetings, dancing
rehearsals, workshops or cinema. In the same time, these
transformations don’t require complex logistics and can be
performed from its concrete users. Additional quality of the hall is
the possibility of transforming it in a summer scene by the opening
of mobile partition panels on the west side of the hall. Therefore,
the area of the foyer, as well as the pedestrian area just next to
the west facade (which contains harmonica doors) become an
As addition of the public space at the ground level, a public roof
as a second level (reachable through a public staircase) also
appears. This level is intended for an administration office as well,
organized around a semi opened atrium.
The design of the broiler farms in Stence is modern and functional, with a focus on sustainability and efficiency. The buildings are spacious and well-ventilated, providing a comfortable and healthy environment for the chickens. The farm also uses advanced technology and equipment to ensure the health and well-being of the birds.
One of the key features of the design is the use of renewable energy sources to power the farm. The buildings are equipped with photovoltaic panels, which generate electricity from the sun, reducing the farm’s reliance on fossil fuels and lowering its carbon footprint.
The proposed building is a multi-purpose facility that will house both administrative offices and a freezing warehouse. It will be located in a strategic location, making it easy for the administration to oversee the operations of the warehouse. The building will be modern and functional, with a focus on energy efficiency and sustainability.
One of the most striking features of the building will be its roof, which will be covered with photovoltaic panels. These panels will generate electricity from the sun, helping to power the building and reduce its reliance on fossil fuels. The use of renewable energy will not only reduce the building’s carbon footprint, but it will also save on energy costs in the long run.
The freezing warehouse will be state-of-the-art, with advanced technology and equipment to ensure that the products stored inside are kept at the appropriate temperature. The warehouse will be spacious and well-organized, with easy access for loading and unloading goods.
In addition to the freezing warehouse and administrative offices, the building will also have a number of amenities for employees and visitors. There will be a cafeteria, store and conference rooms, as well as parking for cars and bikes. The building will also be accessible for individuals with disabilities, with ramps, elevators, and other accommodations.
Overall, the proposed building with an administrative office and freezing warehouse is a modern and sustainable facility that will support the operations of the company and reduce its impact on the environment.
While the location of the house is in a rural area, the client’s wish was to design a house with a natural look with the surrounding. Metal sheets and wood used for the facade with a two story living room in the inside covered with a glass facade. Bedrooms are located up on the first floor under the sloped roof.
The initial idea for this project was to bring up a new redesigned and rebranded interior for the new location of the restaurant, where we had to take elements from the water world. Details like the tail of the siren and suspended ceiling with fisherman’s rope are some of details used in our design concept.
Renovation of a small apartment for a four family member, with small changes adapted to the new design, more sunlight and warm colors.
Renovation of an old house with sloped roof. The request of the investor was to provide new spaces for the next generation, a play room and a master bedroom with a view. The facade is redesigned with flat roof and cubic form.
Tiny house for a four family members. The living space in the ground floor is connected with the backyard where the swimming pool takes place. The attic is used for bedrooms and small home office.