Open side-bar Menu

Archive for the ‘3dS Max’ Category

Two Towers – Matrix Vertices in Shenzhen, China by MA2

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

Article source: MA2

The design of the Two Towers in its inception is a series of manipulated manifolds that construct a dual vertical lattice with angled surfaces. The towers radiate vertically deriving from a multisided body, diamond shaped, molded, intended for diversity, complexity, and robustness in form. Elongated diamond bodies functions as a poly-operational structure that addresses flows of energy, circulation, dynamic composites, both aesthetically and material make up.

Exterior View

  • Architect: MA2 – Michael Arellanes II
  • Name of Project: Two Towers –  Matrix Vertices
  • Location: Shenzhen, China
  • Software used: Maya for the 3D modeling, 3D Studio Max and photo shop for the renderings, AutoCAD for the drawings.


Casa de la Flora Resort in Khao Lak, Thailand by VaSLab Architecture

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

Article source: VaSLab Architecture

The latest member of Design Hotel in Thailand, Casa de La Flora, the 36 cube-shaped villas located in Khao Lak, brings a modern edge to this palm tree beach of Phangnga province. Designed by VaSLab Architecture, commissioned in 2008 by one of leading Thai businessmen Sompong Dowpiset, this beachfront resort was aimed to serve as a new high profile but yet humble destination hotel in this beautiful town of the southern Thailand.

Beachfront suite villa, three interlocking boxes contain two bedrooms and a living room

  • Architects: VaSLab Architecture
  • Project: Casa de la Flora Resort
  • Location: Khao Lak, Phangnga, Thailand
  • Project owner: Mr. Sompong Dowpiset
  • Photographer: Jason Michael Lang
  • Software used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, and 3dS Max


White Monolith in Mistelbach, Austria by LOSTINARCHITECTURE (designed using AutoCAD and 3dS Max)

Saturday, November 19th, 2011


In the rural Weinviertel region of Lower Austria individual examples of new architecture are generally introduced with caution and reticence. This makes it all the more surprising when suddenly, on a busy street in the densely built-up part of the town of Mistelbach (population 13,000), not far from the main square, you come across a white monolith that speaks a self-assured architectural language.

Front View

  • Name of Project: White Monolith
  • Location: Mistelbach, Austria
  • Project year: 2011
  • Start of designing: 2008
  • Site area: 1466 m2
  • Project area: 315, 94 m2
  • Photographs: Gebhard Sengmüller
  • Software used: Autocad and 3DSmax


Honda Big Wing in Ladprao, Thailand by VaSLab Architecture

Friday, November 18th, 2011

Article source: VaSLab Architecture

This big-bike center is a competition winning project awarded to Vaslab Architecture in September 2007. Construction starts in March 2008 and completes in 2009. The client, A.P. Honda Co., Ltd., aims this project to be the first big-bike center in Asia Pacific. It consists of showroom, café, exhibition hall, offices, canteen, lounge, service center, workshop, warehouse, and riding track. The client targets the project to reinforce the manufacturer’s brand and expects it to be the new destination for a community nearby. Furthermore, it should inspire big-bike motorcycle riding as another adventure activity and friendship experience for possible users. By all requirements, the client asks that the building should represent the brand’s corporate identity and it should reflect Honda’s brand uniqueness, good performance, exciting ride and masculinity.

Honda big wing view from the main road

  • Architects: VaSLab Architecture
  • Project: Honda Big Wing
  • Location: Praditmanutham Rd., Ladprao, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Project owner: A.P. Honda Co., Ltd.
  • Architect Team: VaSLab Architecture; Vasu Virajsilp and Boonlert Deeyuen (principals), Ratthaphon Sujatanond (project architect), Navarat Vashiratragool, Songsak Onsuwan, Boonkuan tang (project team)
  • Structural engineer: M-Square Engineering and Management Co., Ltd.
  • Interior designer: Whitespace
  • Lighting designer: Inverse Lighting Design
  • Photographer: Spaceshift Studio
  • Software used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, and 3dS Max


ODA’s Oscillate Series Vertical – Horizontal by Office for Design & Architecture

Friday, November 18th, 2011

Article source: Office for Design & Architecture

ODAs Oscillate Series blends interaction and dynamism with practicality.  Each piece shares a pivoting glass element that resonates collectively.  The Oscillate Series is designed to underscore the easiness and lightheartedness of time spent at leisure, aiming to challenge the static relationships in furniture design.

Color Close


Ordos T.C.A.O. Museum in Inner Mongolia, China by ///byn

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

Article source: ///byn

Chinese calligraphy is mainly based in three characteristics: status of mind, line & color. These tree concepts triggered our original ideas for the Ordos Museum

The inhabiting/space populating logic in Inner Mongolia is grouping. Local herds of camels & horses used to browse the steppe in search for comfort. This comfort was only fulfilled when they would arrive to a DECISSION to settle in the landscape. In the same manner, the always present clouds populate the Inner Mongolian sky: groups of rounded & cotton locking clouds spread at the intense blue sky. Finally, also the original nomads will settle their yurts following a constellation. An primary impression of non-organization is quickly overcome by a self-organized logic. Here, the museum volumes have found their own space in the park. The logics of placement come from many different aspects: orientation, functionality, targeted visuals, public space, creating a unique orchestrated sequence of spaces.

Aerial View (Images Courtesy ///byn & ZhuJin for ///byn)

  • Architect: ///byn
  • Name of Project: Ordos T.C.A.O. Museum
  • Location: Ordos, Inner Mongolia, P.R. China
  • Team: DUAN Jun, HUANG QiShan, Audrius LIUGMANINAS & LI Min
  • Rendering: ///byn & ZhuJin for ///byn
  • Photography: ///byn
  • Software used: Designed mainly in Rhino. Using several Plug-ins to define shape,  structure and façade patterning. For instance, to define the overall building shape, the architects used T-Splines or to apply the façade construction detailing into the façade the architects used Paneling Tools.


Casa Atami in Balneário Atami, Brazil by Marcos Bertoldi Arquitetos

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

Article source: Marcos Bertoldi Arquitetos

Concept of the work:

A beach house, facing the sea, planned for a family of four, where the architectural features were organized to be tied to a modulated structure of reinforced concrete. The order of the vacant and full spaces inside this structure is what provides volume to the project.

Image Courtesy Alessandra Okazaki

  • Architects: Marcos Bertoldi Arquitetos
  • Project: Casa Atami
  • Location: Balneário Atami, Pontal do Paraná, Brazil
  • Completion Date: 2010
  • Project Team: Fernando Fisbein
  • Photographs: Alessandra Okazaki
  • Surface: 460,00 m2
  • Software used: 3D Max for study models and Vectorworks for constructions drawings


Int the Field in Brooklyn, NY by BanG studio

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Article source: BanG studio

For the festival of Sukkot (Wednesday, October 12 – Wednesday, October 19) Congregation Beth Elohim in Brooklyn has commissioned a community sukkah to be designed by Babak Bryan, AIA & Henry Grosman, Principals of B-an-G Studio and winners of 2010’s Sukkah City competition. The duo’s design Fractured Bubble, was selected as the People’s Choice Sukkah of New York City at the 2010 competition hosted by ReBoot in Union Square, NYC.


  • Architects: BanG studio
  • Project: Int the Field
  • Location: Brooklyn, NY
  • Software used: Rhino with Grasshopper as well as 3DMax and Photoshop for rendering


Greenhouse and Cabinet of Future Fossils by Jenny E. Sabin

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Article source: Jenny E. Sabin

A greenhouse for the 21st century stands in the American Philosophical Society’s (APS) garden. An outgrowth of the Museum’s current exhibition, it was conceived by artist and architectural designer Jenny Sabin. Her ecologically savvy structure re-envisions greenhouse architecture using digital design tools. It is also a striking work of art.

Interior view looking West (Image Courtesy Brent Wahl)

  • Architects: Jenny E. Sabin
  • Project: Greenhouse and Cabinet of Future Fossils
  • Consulting Engineer: Tristan Simmonds
  • Fabricator: Mikael Avery, Draft Works LLC
  • Design and Production Team: Mikael Avery, James Fleet Hower, Jason Jackson, AnoosheyRahim, Kathryn Rufe, Meagan Whetstone
  • Software used: Rhino 3D and Rhinoscript, 3D Studio Max, Bentley Generative Components


The Arbor in Moscow, Russia by Kerimov + Prishin Architects

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

The arbor is designed to accommodate a family of 15 persons.

The arbor’ floor has 3 distinct zones which the architects call  “kitchen-furnace”, “dining room-drawing room” and “terrace-scene”.

Image Courtesy Ilya Ivanov

  • Architects: Kerimov + Prishin Architects
  • Project: The Arbor
  • Location: Moscow, Russia
  • Project team: Shamsudin Kerimov, Pavel Prishin
  • Project area: 36 m2
  • Project year: 2011
  • Photographs: Ilya Ivanov
  • Software used: 3dS Max and AutoCAD


GRAPHISOFT: ARCHICAD download 30-day FREE trial
Bentley: Microstation Trial
TurboCAD pro : Start at $299 - Countless CAD add-ons, plug-ins and more.

Internet Business Systems © 2016 Internet Business Systems, Inc.
595 Millich Dr., Suite 216, Campbell, CA 95008
+1 (408)-337-6870 — Contact Us, or visit our other sites:
TechJobsCafe - Technical Jobs and Resumes EDACafe - Electronic Design Automation GISCafe - Geographical Information Services  MCADCafe - Mechanical Design and Engineering ShareCG - Share Computer Graphic (CG) Animation, 3D Art and 3D Models
  Privacy Policy