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The Hawai’i Wildlife Center in Halaula by Ruhl Walker Architects

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

Article source: Ruhl Walker Architects

Anticipated completion, November 2011

The Hawai’i Wildlife Center is a non-profit conservation organization which will operate Hawai’i’s first wildlife recovery center when this building is completed in late 2011. Located in Halaula, North Kohala, on the Big Island of Hawai’i, the HWC is dedicated to the conservation and recovery of Hawai’i’s vulnerable, too often endangered native wildlife through hands-on treatment, research, training, science education, and cultural programs. The new complex will consist of three integrated and sustainably designed components: a wildlife care and response facility, an interpretive and outreach lanai and native species garden, and an open-air education pavilion.

Front facade (Images Courtesy William Ruhl)

  • Architect: William T. Ruhl, AIA – Ruhl Walker Architects
  • Name of Project: The Hawai’i Wildlife Center
  • Location: Halaula, Hawai’i
  • Client: Linda Elliott – Hawai’i Wildlife Center
  • Landscape Architect: Jason Umemoto, ASLA, Nancy Cassandro, ASLA, Umemoto Cassandro Design Corporation
  • Photo Credits: William Ruhl
  • Software used: AutoCAD, plus 3DViz for rendering (modeling was also done in AutoCAD)

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Stolarczyk Residence in Columbus, Ohio by Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design

Saturday, May 28th, 2011

Article source: Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design

This project involved the addition to a 1960’s era international Style house, an anomaly in this typical suburban Columbus neighborhood.  The existing house, a long white box that sits atop a steep, heavily wooded slope, consists of a first floor and a walk-out basement.  The addition includes two kid’s bedrooms and two baths on the first level and an entertainment room on the lower level.

Exterior night shot

  • Architect: Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design
  • Project Name: Stolarczyk Residence
  • Project Location: Columbus, Ohio
  • Client’s Name: Michael and Pam Stolarczyk
  • Completion Date: 2007
  • Photographer: Brad Feinknopf, Feinknopf Photography
  • Software used: Autodesk Viz / Autocad

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225 North Fourth Lofts in Columbus, OH by Jonathan Barnes Architecture & Design

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

This project involves the conversion of a four-story 19th Century commercial building on a tight urban lot to residential and commercial use and the replacement of a non-contributing single story adjacent structure with an infill building for residential use and parking.  The conversion consists of 6 residential units (2 per floor) above a 3,000 square foot commercial office space while the new structure accommodates 5 residential units (2 per floor with a full floor penthouse unit) and parking at the first floor.  An elevator and egress stairs are shared by both structures.

Exterior view looking west

  • Architects: Jonathan Barnes Architecture & Design
  • Project: 225 North Fourth Lofts
  • Location: 225 North Fourth, Columbus, OH 43215
  • Client’s Name:  DeVere LLC – Don DeVere
  • Design Firm: Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design
  • Year of Completion: 2006
  • Photographer: Brad Feinknopf, Feinknopf Photography
  • Software used: Autodesk viz and studio max

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Leith Renewable Energy Plant in Leith, UK by Gordon Murray Architects

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

The Leith Renewable Energy Plant has an opportunity to make the most of its unique setting at the waterfront of Scotland’s capital city by drawing inspiration from the surroundings, reflecting their maritime industrial character and history.

Leith Renewable Energy Plant

  • Architects: Gordon Murray Architects
  • Project: Leith Renewable Energy Plant
  • Location: Leith, UK
  • Software used: 3d studio VIZ for rendering and textures, and the models were built in Autocad 2007.

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Rosyth Renewable Energy Plant in Rosyth, UK by Gordon Murray Architects

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

The concept design for Rosyth draws inspiration from the existing and former uses around the proposed site, a former Naval Dockyard, in order to reflect the industrial character of the surrounding area and create a strong connection with past feats of marine engineering. It functions at long range as a gateway within the setting of the Forth estuary. At the medium range, careful manipulation of the contrast between solid, void and transparency help define the massing of the Renewable Energy Plant in an appropriate manner, opening it up to the Estuary to allow a clear understanding of the processes undertaken within the Renewable Energy Plant while at close range, the design of the surface texture is considered carefully to create an architectural response which is robust and appropriate for the setting.

Rosyth Renewable Energy Plant

  • Architects: Gordon Murray Architects
  • Project: Rosyth Renewable Energy Plant
  • Location: Rosyth, UK
  • Software used: 3d studio VIZ for rendering and textures, and the models were built in Autocad 2007.

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Grangemouth Renewable Energy Plant in Dundee, UK by Gordon Murray Architects

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

The design draws inspiration from the uses adjacent to the proposed site, container storage yards, in order to reflect the industrial character of the surrounding area and create a clear visual connection with Scotland’s largest container terminal. The design would function at long range as a distinct element within the setting of the Firth of Forth and within the context of the Helix park project. At the medium range, careful manipulation of the contrast between solid, void and transparency can help define the massing of the Biomass Renewable Energy Plant in an appropriate manner, while at close range, the design of the surface texture should be considered carefully to create an architectural response which is robust and appropriate for the setting.

Grangemouth Renewable Energy Plant

  • Architects: Gordon Murray Architects
  • Project: Grangemouth Renewable Energy Plant
  • Location: Dundee, UK
  • Software used: 3d studio VIZ for rendering and textures, and the models were built in Autocad 2007.

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Ellie Caulkins Opera House At The Quigg Newton Auditorium in Denver

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

Working closely with Denver’s Division of Theatres and Arenas, SEMPLE BROWN DESIGN considered many options before launching the final concept for the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. The firm had been in discussions with the City as early as 1993, trying to solve this unique puzzle. To begin the design process, members of the firm first considered the state of the old Auditorium Theatre and the needs of the people and organizations that would eventually use the new theatre.

Opera House

Opera House

  • Architect: Semple Brown Design, P.C.
  • Total Size: 280,000 square feet
  • Total Cost: $92.0 m Total
  • Completion: September 2005
  • Theatre Design: Peter Lucking
  • Project Architect: Bryan Schmidt, LEED AP, AIA
  • Interior Design Principal: Mary Kay Sunset, LEED AP, ASID
  • Associate Architect: Luis O. Acosta
  • Client: City and County Of Denver, Theatres and Arenas
  • Photography: Ron Pollard
  • Software used: 3-D Studio Viz to prepare preliminary client & donor presentations; AutoCAD was use for the construction documents.

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