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Hotel Hilton Centro Histórico in Colonia Centro, México D.F. by Pascal Arquitectos

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

Article source: Pascal Arquitectos

Located in downtown Mexico City across the “Alameda Central”, sharing Avenida Juarez along with the “Palacio de Bellas Artes”, “Casa de los Azulejos” and the “Torre Latinoamericana” is located Sheraton Centro Historico Hotel,  one of the most important projects of Pascal Arquitectos.

The firm was in full in charge of the architectural and interior design. The hotel occupies an area of 66,000 sqft and it is a 770,000 sqft construction of 26 levels houses 464 rooms, a convention centre, boutiques, restaurants, cafeterias, spa and an heliport.

Hotel Hilton Centro Histórico

  • Architects: Pascal Arquitectos
  • Project: Hotel Hilton Centro Histórico
  • Location: Colonia Centro, México D.F.
  • Interior Design: Pascal Arquitectos, Carlos Pascal, Gerard Pascal
  • Construction: Inmobiliaria Interpres – Pascal Arquitectos
  • Date: 2001-2003
  • Photographers: Fernando Cordero, Jaime Navarro, Héctor Velazco
  • Software used: AutoCAD 2000


Private Residence in Sarginesco, Italy by Archiplanstudio

Saturday, July 14th, 2012

Article source: Archiplanstudio

The site is located at a point between the square and the church of a small village in the Po Valley. The new building develops around a small inner courtyard. The front facing the street has no openings apart from the main entrance. Four metres high, it underlines the idea of the threshold conceived as an element of transit and delimitation that separates an outer world, without rules or qualities, from a controlled artificial one.

Private Residence

  • Architects: Archiplanstudio
  • Project: Private Residence
  • Location: Sarginesco (MN),  Italy
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Nicolas de Rivera Building in San Isidro District, Peru by Vértice Arquitectos

Friday, July 13th, 2012

Article source: Vértice Arquitectos

The Project consists of five floors and a parking in the basement, with a total of 7 apartments in there, divided in 4 flats and 3 duplex with views to the main avenue.

The entrance to the building is through the reception area, where the waiting room, principal ladders, elevators, and the basement access.

Nicolas de Rivera Building

  • Architects: Vértice Arquitectos
  • Project: Nicolas de Rivera Building
  • Location: San Isidro District, Peru
  • Software used: The building was designed initially by hand, then the development was in CAD software and some 3d visualization software. AutoCAD and 3dMax.


Jayampathi Aluvihare House in Kandy, Sri Lanka by Jeeva & Channa Horombuwa Architects

Thursday, July 12th, 2012

Article source: Jeeva & Channa Horombuwa Architects

Set on a sloping land overlooking the Historic Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, across the Kandy Lake, the owner, Jayampathi Aluvihare and his family enjoy the luxury of a unique house on a prestigious location in Kandy. The panoramic view has become the main influence on the design while the topography of the land and the height restrictions, imposed by the local authority has provided enough constraints for the design process.

Jayampathi Aluvihare House

  • Architects: Jeeva & Channa Horombuwa Architects
  • Project: Jayampathi Aluvihare House
  • Location: Kandy, Sri Lanka
  • Software used: AUTOCAD software but without any 3D generation/ model making; purely based on visualization


Portico in Tokyo, Japan

Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

Article source: Aida Atelier, Inc.

This is a house for a family of three in a residential neighborhood of suburban Tokyo. Surrounded by properties subdivided through generations of time, this site maintains its original state. Albeit having plenty of land relative to others, six different adjacent properties with homes built tightly to the boundary leaves the project site with a condition, which limits the project from fully enjoying the advantage of having a deep street frontage with the river. Such meticulous condition of uneven contextual grain at a time of transition from continuing growth and expansion, it shall undoubtedly be emerged in mass in the residential neighborhood. As such, the theme for this project is the approach to architecture and exterior space that receives undulating peripheral density.

Image Courtesy Tatsuya Noaki

  • Architects: Aida Atelier, Inc. + Kuno Lab.
  • Project: Portico
  • Location: Tokyo, Japan
  • Program: Single Family Residence
  • Design Architect: Tomoro Aida + Toshimitsu Kuno + Shinpei Uehara (Aida Atelier, Inc. + Kuno Lab. / Nagoya City Univ. Graduate School of Design and Architecture)
  • Executive Architect: Tomoro Aida + Toshimitsu Kuno + Shinpei Uehara + Tomoki Nagase
  • Software used: AutoCAD, FormZ, Photoshop and Illustrator


Vince Camuto in Manhattan, New York by Sergio Mannino Studio

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

Article source: Sergio Mannino Studio

The Vince Camuto Grand Central Terminal Store in Manhattan is the result of continued creative collaborations between New York-based Italian architect Sergio Mannino and Vince Camuto, founder and CEO of the Camuto Group. Mannino, who has worked on the Vince Camuto showroom and outlet store, wanted to highlight merchandise in this new Midtown store while incorporating soft, crisp, and warm elements into the design throughout.

Vince Camuto

  • Architects: Sergio Mannino Studio
  • Project: The Vince Camuto Grand Central Terminal Store
  • Location: Manhattan, New York
  • Design: Sergio Mannino Studio (Sergio Mannino, Francesca Scalettaris)
  • Software used: Autocad, 3ds Max and Vray


EcoG Retail Shop – Hong Kong by Andy Tong

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

Article source: Andy Tong

EcoG’s aim is to promote the usage of safe, eco-friendly and effective natural health care products, and designer Andy Tong has taken the first step to realize it by creating a naturalistic and cozy ambiance in EcoG’s first shop in Hong Kong.

Image Courtesy Andy Tong

  • Architects: Andy Tong
  • Project: EcoG Retail Shop – Hong Kong
  • Location: Diamond Hill, Kowloon,Hong Kong
  • Site area: 24 Sqm
  • Date of completion: 2011
  • Software used: AutoCAD

Cobogó House in São Paulo, Brazil by Studio mk27

Sunday, July 8th, 2012

Article source: Studio mk27

The light of the abundant tropical Sun falls on the white volume of the top floor of the house, penetrating the holes of the hollowed elements and covering the floor of the interior space. Thus, the design of spatialized lace is formed from the shadows and solar rays. The effect is multiplied throughout the ambient, making a construction from the light itself. Throughout the days, throughout the months, the hollowed-out elements take on different forms with the incidence of the sun; at night, this effect once again is transformed; in a continuous process of metamorphosis, its form changes from the light.

Image Courtesy Nelson Kon

  • Architects: Studio mk27
  • Project: Cobogó House
  • Location: São Paulo, Brazil
  • Project Date: January . 2008
  • Completion: May . 2011
  • Site Area: 1365 Sqm
  • Built Area: 1000 Sqm
  • Architect: Marcio Kogan
  • Co-Architect: Carolina Castroviejo
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Vectorworks and 3D max


Inside Fashion Store in Vienna, Austria by Söhne & Partner Architects

Sunday, July 8th, 2012

Article source: Söhne & Partner Architects

A 100m² shop presents fashion in a discreet but appealing way.

It was the designer’s intention to create a restrained and straight room in order to make it an eye-catcher for the Neubaugasse in Vienna. Thus, people who are passing by should be guided into the store. The colour turquoise directs the customers through the shop while the interior is mainly white and sober in order to present the fashion at the best. Big mirror surfaces make the room seemingly bigger.

Image Courtesy Severin Wurnig

  • Architects: Söhne & Partner Architects
  • Project: Inside Fashion Store
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Photography: Severin Wurnig
  • Software used: Autocad LT for all the drawings, 3d models using 3ds max, proman for tendering


Ipês House in são paulo ,sp.brazil by studio mk27

Saturday, July 7th, 2012

Article source: studio mk27

Ten years ago, when StudioMK27 tried to do a project using exposed concrete, many builders said that this was practically impossible. Yeah, Right – Brazil that has a vast modern tradition in the use of raw concrete? During a determinate period, in the 90´s, the use of the material declined sharply, restricted to the few architects that used it experimentally e sporadically, without fixing a constructive know-how.

Image Courtesy reinaldo cóser

  • Architects: studio mk27 - marcio kogan + lair reis
  • Project: Ipês House
  • Location: são paulo . sp . brazil
  • Project Start: january . 2009
  • Completion :  june . 2011
  • Site area: 1041 sqm
  • Built area :  1343 sqm
  • Architect : marcio kogan
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Vectorworks and 3D max
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