e martë, 4 shtator 2007

Buildings uploaded for September 4, 2007

Here are the latest uploads to Google’s Cities in Development section of the 3D Warehouse since my last post.

Adelaide, South Australia

Masonic Centre (Adelaide)

he land on which the Masonic Centre stands was purchased in 1922 for £10,640. The architects were J. Quinton Bruce and W.H. Harral. Bro. Harral personally superintended the work, theionic pillars at entrance main contract for which was let to Anderson and Company. The Grand Master officiated at the ceremony of laying the Foundation Stone on 15th April 1925. The three lodge rooms on the third and fourth floors were dedicated in April 1927, and the final payment for the building was made in February 1928. The total cost of the land, buildings and furnishings was £116,318/11s./6d. Originally the building was intended to be constructed from cut stone and granite, but costs dictated extensive use of reinforced concrete.

Nagoya, Japan


Vienna / Austria

Marshall Hof

Groningen, The Netherlands

IBG Geel (beta)

BE quality kantoor

London, England

Moorhouse, London

Designed by famous architect, Sir Norman Foster, Moorhouse stands at 84m tall with 18 floors. Built in 2004 the building is the first to be designed for the upcoming London Crossrail, with a shaft to the station underneath the building.

Here is a new city for Cities in Development. Let’s all welcome…

Temuco, Región de la Araucanía, Chile

Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Jurídicas, Biblioteca Central y Aula Magna

Servicios Higénicos y Aseo

DGAE Direccion General de Asuntos Estudiantiles
La Dirección General de Asuntos Estudiantiles tiene por función implementar la Política de Apoyo Estudiantil, promoviendo el desarrollo de habilidades en los estudiantes universitarios para que finalicen exitosamente su formación profesional y puedan, complementariamente, crecer desde el punto de vista social y humano. Para su gestión, se ha organizado en cuatro áreas : Bienestar estudiantil , Crédito universitario, Universitario/ a saludable y Desarrollo estudiantil y; una plataforma de servicios a los estudiantes y postulantes denominada Centro de atención del estudiante y postulante: CAEP


DGD Direccion General de Docencia

La Dirección General de Docencia tiene como propósito fundamental el generar las políticas de desarrollo docente que acogen las iniciativas y requerimientos del cuerpo académico, así como también construir estándares y procedimientos que impulsen una docencia de calidad con el objeto de fortalecer la formación personal, académica y profesional de los estudiantes de la Universidad.

DGTEC Direccion General de Tecnologias

Edificio A. Facultad de Educacion

Edificio B. Facultad de Recursos Naturales

Edificio C. Facultad de Ingeneria

IET Instituto de Estudios Teologicos


Pastoral Universitaria y Programa de Insercion a la Vida Universitaria PIVU

Looks like Google added another city to Cities in Development. Berkeley, California.

University of California, Berkeley

Etcheverry Hall

Etcheverry Hall, located on Hearst Avenue next to Soda Hall, was named for the Berkeley Professor of Irrigation and Drainage, Bernard A. Etcheverry. It house several departments of engineering, including Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Aeronautical Sciences, and Biological Engineering. Etcheverry Hall was designed by Architects Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill, and completed construction in 1964.

Evans Hall

Evans Hall, designed by Architect Gardner A. Dailey and Associates and built in 1971, was named after the chairman of Mathematics Griffith Conrad Evans. It houses the departments of Mathematics, Statistics, and Economics, and is famous for being the setting of several student suicides. Originally painted entirely gray, Evans Hall was repainted in the 1990s to its current colors.

Hargrove Music Library

The Jean Gray Hargrove Music Library was named for its founder, a Berkeley pianist and Cal alumna. Designed by the architectural firm Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects, the library opened in 2004, and houses approximately 191,000 volumes of printed music and books, 56,000 recordings, 42,000 microforms, and many manuscript and archival collections, ranging from classical Western to international classical and popular. It also houses study areas and a computer facility.

Hilgard Hall

Chemistry Buildings, UC Berkeley

These 6 buildings all serve the Chemistry Department, and are all connected by hallways or by the large central courtyard, and therefore are shown together. Lewis Hall houses Analytic, Inorganic, and Microchemistry. It was designed by Anshen and Allen in 1948, and named after Prof. Gilbert N. Lewis. Latimer Hall houses many classrooms & part of the Chem. Library. Designed by Anshen and Allen in 1963, it was named for Wendell M. Latimer, a Dean of the College. Hildebrand Hall houses the Chem. Engineering Library, along with many research labs and offices. Designed by Anshen and Allen, Hildebrand Hall opened in 1966, and was named for Prof. Joel Hildebrand. Gilman Hall was designed by John Galen Howard in 1918, and named after Daniel Gilman. It has been made a Historic Chemistry Landmark for its large number of contributions to the field, such as the discovery of Plutonium. The Giauque Low-Temperature Lab is tucked beneath this cluster of buildings. It is 1 story above ground with 2 basement floors. It was designed by Architects Reynolds and Chamberlain in 1954 as a research facility for properties of matter at low temperatures, in honor of William F. Giauque, a prof. and Nobel Laureate. Tan Kah Kee Hall, named for the Chinese philanthropist, was built for research in the fields of biotech, pharmaceuticals, fuels, chemicals, and the environment. The hall consists of 7 floors of lab space, a computer facility, conference room, and lecture hall.

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