Archive for the ‘Artlantis’ Category
Friday, June 29th, 2012
Article source: Studio Arcadia Ego
The design solution for the apartment started from the need to modify the original project that included the execution of a partition wall in front of the entrance; this wall delimited the area deputed to food preparation closed by sliding glass doors and furniture provided with angular. This solution, however, prevented a rational distribution of the residence, having an area of 30 square meters, could contain only a small table and a sofa. The project, planned to greatly reduce the wall of the kitchen until it becomes a shoulder retaining wall system of open living space which becomes a distinctive design element.
View of the dining area from the entrance of the apartment
- Architects: Studio Arcadia Ego
- Project: Abitare il sottotetto
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Software used: AutoCAD LT 2012 for 2D drawings, Sketch-up for 3D and Artlantis for renderings. The perspective is a handmade drawing done by the architect.
Wednesday, June 27th, 2012
Article source: Ruca – Rui De Carvalho Architect
The concept of this office is based on the idea of project a space that is directly identified with the company field, so that any visitor immediately realizes that.
Since this is a construction company, all space born from the idea of a built city, which arises from the extrusion of prisms, creating different divisions throughout the space as well the necessary furniture.
- Architects: Ruca – Rui De Carvalho Architect
- Project: Hefei Media Office
- Location: Hefei-Anhui, China
- Client: Anonymous
- Area Surface: 700 m2
- Year: 2012
- Type: Office
- Design: Ruca
- Project Architect: Ruca
- Co-Authors: Arqsize
- Rendering Collaborators: Hélder Freitas
- Building Materials: white lacquered wood, polycarbonate, screens, led, optical fiber
- Software Used: Archicad, Artlantis (rendering) and Photoshop (post production)
Tuesday, June 26th, 2012
Article source: GAAGA
Situated in the urban planning area Nieuw Leyden, the project includes two separate houses combined into one single looking volume. Both houses, practically identical on the inside, are designed as one entity on the outside, only the two entrance doors reveal the presence of two homes.
Facade Exterior (Image Courtesy Marcel van der Burg)
- Architects: GAAGA studio for architecture
- Project: Double House
- Location: Leiden, The Netherlands
- Team: Esther Stevelink and Arie Bergsma
- Client: Nieuw Leyden CV
- Realisation: 2009 – 2012
- Contractor: Verbeij Bouw, Boskoop.
- Structural Engineering: Buro Broersma, Den Haag
- Energy performance & building physics: GAAGA – Arie Bergsma
- Photographs: Marcel van der Burg
- Software used: Autocad and artlantis (for rendering)
Wednesday, June 13th, 2012
Article source: Mauricio Silva Arquitectos
From the evolution that squares have experienced, there is a new way to use and exploit its inside: the galleries. The main function of these is to link the exterior and interior of the block from the gallery as a space for mediation and where public space is mixed with the commercial one. In Valdivia, a city where it rains most of the time, this type of space is an opportunity to experience the city throughout the year and revitalize the public space and local business.
- Architects: Mauricio Silva Arquitectos
- Project: Rain Architecture, Multiproposal gallery
- Location: Valdivia, Chile
- Site Building Area Size: 2500 mt 2
- Type: mixed use (commercial, office, housing)
- Area: 15300 mt2
- Software used: Autocad and sketchup used for modeling, Artlantis, photoshop and illustrator for rendering and schemes. Ecotect addition to the building thermal modeling
Saturday, March 31st, 2012
Article source: Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects
The idea of the architect was to endow the building with a modern and esthetic appearance using traditional local materials. That’s why light plaster was selected together with ceramic roof tiles and plenty of wood – for terraces, for pergolas and for shields. Thanks to the flood forests – in this part of the country wood has always been available for building village houses. Willow tree is probably the most characteristic tree of the region, twigs and branches of willow trees were wickered to create usefull household objects, such as baskets, armchairs, etc. This tradition was continued in the interior decoration of the spa – the reception desk was made of wickered willow tree, as well as the lampshades of suspension lamps and of consoles, and wicked willow branches were used to shape chests of drawers – all that was hand made by local ladies, in accordance with the local patriot attitude of the owner.
- Architects: Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects
- Project: Hotel Balneum
- Location: Tiszafüred, Hungary
- Project Architect: Arpad ferdinand, Csaba Ferdinand
- Software used: AutoCad, ArchiCad and Artlantis
Saturday, March 24th, 2012
Article source: Gudmundur Jonsson Arkitektkontor
The Cabin is designed for adaption to multiple settings not taking any particular site into consideration, being a product for mass-production distribution.
The general idea is to establish a Cabin-concept that favours a nice landscape setting with the need of appreciating a wonderful view. Two volumes containing bedrooms and service-area are composed in order to obtain the living and dining room space as glazed pavilion in-between giving contact to the nature in all directions.
Modern Cabin GJ-9
- Architects: Gudmundur Jonsson Arkitektkontor
- Project: Modern Cabin GJ-9
- Location: Bjergøy, Norway
- Software used: Archicad for drawing and Artlantis Studio for rendering
Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
Article source: Arch. Eduardo De Castro Cáceres
BMW’s new home in Dominican Republic is all about showcasing masterpieces in the most perfect way. Designed according to the new BMW Group Identity Guidelines, it has been completely renovated to the new standards of what a BMW Showroom should be.
Image Courtesy Ivan Mendez
- Architects: Arch. Eduardo De Castro Cáceres
- Project: Autogermánica AG – BMW Showroom
- Location: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
- Project Area: 1,250 Square Meters
- Contractors: Eng. Armando Santos And Eng. Jean Paul Valdez (Constructora Sanval, S.A.)
- Supervision: Olaf Ch. Hofmann (BMW Group – Dealer Development)
- Photography: Ivan Mendez (FoToGrAfIkA)
- Software used: Completely designed on ArchiCAD and Rendered On Artlantis
Thursday, January 19th, 2012
Article source: Gudmundur Jonsson Arkitektkontor
The tiny house represents one of the elevations of the square on top of Reykjavik City center facing the famous church and the Sculpture Museum. This square is visited by each and every tourist that comes to Reykjavik. The appartment is on 2nd,floor with a wiew towards the church, the Museum, the Pearl Resturant and the Blue Mountains in distance. This spectacular setting was the reason for the investment in the appartment which was in very bad condition.
A Studio Apartment
Saturday, January 14th, 2012
Article source: Monovolume Architecture + Design
Hans Klotz Ltd. is a long-established and successful wholesale company for fruit and vegetables with headquarter in Bozen-Sigmundskron. The new offices should be integrated into an existing building on the company area. To confer an independent character, the necessary spaces were added as an autonomous, two storey volume above the existing ground floor as a kind of architectural parasite. The new building takes up the roof lines of the old, then distorting them to open the volume on the north and west side, towards huge apple plantations. Hence the new construction allows an optimal orientation of the office spaces to the north, combined with a great outlook.
Image Courtesy Urlich Egger
- Architects: Monovolume Architecture + Design
- Project: Hans Klotz limited company
- Location: Bolzano, Italy
- Client: Hans Klotz limited company
- Architectural staff: Arch. Simon Constantini / Arch. Heidi Morandell
- Structural engineers: PlanPunkt GmbH
- Photographer: Urlich Egger
- Program: commercial building
- Realisation: 2010/11
- Volume: 1.200 m³
- Building area: 280 m²
- Software used: ArchiCAD for modeling and design and Artlantis for rendering
Saturday, November 19th, 2011
Article source: meridian 105 architecture
Meridian 105 Architecture submitted this proposal to the City of Sacramento as a concept for the redesign of Capitol Mall, the entry boulevard and view corridor to the California State Capitol building. The proposal reconsiders vehicular circulation, activates a grassed median running through the center of the street, and integrates a network of bike and pedestrian circulation connecting the mall to the cultural and historical components of the City.
- Architect: meridian 105 architecture
- Name of Project: The Capitol Rainbow – Sacramento
- Location: Sacramento, California
- Year: 2011
- Client: The City of Sacramento
- Software used: Revit, Photoshop, Artlantis