Archive for the ‘Autocad’ Category
Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
Article source: SOMA Architects
The project design takes advantage of it’s unique site location. The design takes inspiration from its surrounding rock formation and Mediterranean Sea edge. The sculpted strands represent the unique living space and are formed with extreme precision to allow for maximum views and open terrace spaces for the living areas.
Image Courtesy © SOMA Architects
- Architects: SOMA Architects
- Project: Calypso
- Location: Beirut, Lebanon
- Software used: Rhinoceros 4.0 to 3D model and AutoCAD as our main CAD porgram
Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
Article source: Studio Dwell Architects
The program asked for a house that responded to its site, framing views of the natural grass sloping terrain down to the Fox River, not only from within the residence, but through it.
Image Courtesy © Studio Dwell Architects
Thursday, November 27th, 2014
Article source: Camillo Botticini Architetto
The house stands on a clearing in the trees, 700 meters above sea level, close to the “Passo del Cavallo”, next to a road that connects Trompia Valley and Sabbia Valley on a steep slope. The landscape is characterized by an open valley to the south and a frame of green mountains with peaks of dolomite rock to the north.
Image Courtesy © Niccolò Galeazzi
- Architects: Camillo Botticini Architetto
- Project: ALPS VILLA
- Location: Passo del Cavallo Brescia – IT, Italy
- Photography: Niccolò Galeazzi
- Software used: autocad
- Structural engineering: Ing. Franco Palmieri
- Services engineering: Planex srl
- Collaborators: arch. Lucia Fanetti, Ing. Paolo Dellana, arch. Giorgia Guseo, arch. Stefano Farina
- Construction Company: Baglioni Costruzioni srl
- Supervisor of construction: Geom. Roberto Migliorati
- Client: Privato
- Area:. 360 m2
- Schedule: 2011-2012
- Construction: 2013-2014
Tuesday, November 25th, 2014
Article source: selim senin
After a search for the best possible result to ensure the equal view of the courts from different directions, the project has been generated by a geometric combination of badminton courts. Around ten badminton courts a circulation belt of 3m was formed, this is how spectators or athletes can freely move all around. This circular space was surrounded by a large triangle which forms three triangular areas around the circle. Thanks to this organization of space three spectator stands were generated all of which has different view directions to the courts. In order to assure the proper angle for the triangular stands to view the courts, they were elevated upwards and were connected with triangular trusses so each triangular space carries each other’s load. Thus a dynamic interior setting was formed.
Image Courtesy © selim senin
- Architects: Selim senin
- Project: Dalseong Citizen’s Gymnasium
- Software used: sketchup,vray, autocad, photoshop, 3dmax, revit
Saturday, November 22nd, 2014
Article source: Renzo Piano Building Workshop
The Harvard Art Museums’ Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies is the premier training ground for fine arts conservation and research. It plays a leading role both in the preservation of art and in the advancement of conservation science. The Straus Center supports the Harvard Art Museums by providing analysis of and treatments to the approximately 250,000 objects in all media in the museums’ collections, dating from ancient times to the present.
Exterior view Quincy Street elevation December 2013, Image Courtesy © Michel Denancé
- Architects: Renzo Piano Building Workshop
- Project: Harvard Art Museums
- Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
- Photography: Lesvants, Michel Denancé, Nic Lehoux
- Software used: Autocad
- Client: Harvard Art Museums
- Design team: M.Carroll and E.Trezzani (partners in charge) with J.Lee, E.Baglietto (partner), S.Ishida (partner), R.Aeck, F.Becchi, B.Cook, M.Orlandi, J.Pejkovic,A.Sternand J.Cook, M.Fleming, J.M.Palacio, S. Joubert; M. Ottonello (CAD operator); F.Cappellini, F.Terranova, I.Corsaro (models)
- Consultants: Robert Silman Associates (structure); Arup (MEP engineering, lighting design, facade engineering, code consulting, LEED consulting); Nitsch Engineering (civil engineering); Anthony Associates (wood scientist);Davis Langdon (cost consultant); Sandy Brown Associates (acoustics); Carl Cathcart (arborist); Building Conservation Associates (restoration consultant)
Friday, November 21st, 2014
Article source: Studio MK27 | Marcio Kogan
The P house is a puzzle game. Rotating three volumes around one nucleus generated not only a particular spatial dynamic, but also different visual relations between empty and full, between the private and semiprivate areas and the view of the city.
Image Courtesy © fernando guerra
- Architects: Studio MK27 | Marcio Kogan
- Project: P house
- Location: São Paulo, Brazil
- Photography: Fernando guerra
- Software used: AutoCAD
- Project Date: july . 2007
- Completion: july . 2012
- Site area: 1240 sqm
- Built area: 773 sqm
- Co-architect: lair reis
Thursday, November 20th, 2014
Article source: Palatium Stúdió Ltd.
Underground line M4 in Budapest, Hungary has been the largest infrastructure project of the city for the last decades. Kálvin tér is one of the largest stations on the new line, due to its position as an interchange station with line M3 under a busy inner city square. The complex functional requirements of the station have resulted in a rather complex spatial arrangement. Since the initial decision was to use cut-and-cover construction technologies to create station structures, the basic architectural idea was to use the advantages of this system, and create large open spaces over the platforms. In our case, the main spatial attractions are the structural elements with their characteristic curved forms. Approaching passengers can feel the drama of movement in space as the escalators are placed freely in the void of the huge open concrete box. Arriving by the elevators through the strata of space holds a similar surprise. The roughness of the surfaces of the large structural elements and the perimeter walls is balanced by the fine finishes of elements closer to the passengers. The interconnection tunnel between the two underground lines has a vivid colour scheme which creates a link between two epochs of urban infrastructure.
Image Courtesy © Tamás BUJNOVSZKY
- Architects: Palatium Stúdió Ltd.
- Project: Budapest Underground Line M4 – Kálvin tér Station
- Location: Hungary
- Photography: Tamás BUJNOVSZKY
- Software used: AutoCAD, ArchiCAD
- Team: Zoltán ERŐ, Balázs CSAPÓ, Dóra BRÜCKNER, Zsolt KOSZTOLÁNYI, Máté ANTAL
Wednesday, November 19th, 2014
Article source: nook architects
The owners, who have been living in Barcelona for quite some time, were looking for a home where they could start a new professional and family adventure. They contacted us with two different apartments, from which it was very hard to choose from, but had a very clear idea of their needs.
Image Courtesy © nieve | Productora Audiovisual
Friday, November 14th, 2014
Article source: Jung Seung Kwon + archium
The beginning was a contention about what germanity housing should be. I should consider germanity factors, not to say considerate about pressure and sophistry from someone in district office.
Image Courtesy © Parkyoungchae
- Architects: Jung Seung Kwon + archium
- Project: Germania
- Location: 120-60 Dangjinpo-ri, Dangjin-gun, ChungCheongnam-do
- Photography: Parkyoungchae
- Software used: AutoCAD
- Site area: 734㎡
- Building area: 139.48㎡
- Gross floor area: 219.42㎡
- Building scope: 2F
- Structure: Reinforced concrete
- Outside finishing: Exposed concrete
Friday, November 14th, 2014
Article source: POLYFORM
The new landscape in front of The National Gallery of Denmark is designed as a melting pot – where art can mix with urban life. The urban space is created by Danish POLYFORM Architects and Dutch landscape architects Karres en Brands and has received a warm welcome from the Copenhageners. At the opening event the museum set a new visitor record as almost 8.000 people celebrated the city’s new artsy urban space.
Courtesy © Wichmann+Bendtsen
- Architects: POLYFORM
- Project: The museum garden at the National Gallery of Art
- Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
- Photography: Wichmann+Bendtsen, Helle Kristiansen
- Software used: Autocad and for renderings Photoshop, Rhino and Illustrator.
- Client: The National Gallery of Denmark/ City of Copenhagen/ Annie og Otto Johs. Detlefs Foundation
- Area: 10.000 square meters
- Budget: 2,7 million euros
- Team: Thomas Kock, Jonas Sangberg, Sylvia Karres, Bart Brands, Signe Hertzum, Nikolaj Frølund Thomsen, Henrik Thomas Faurskov, Sofie Mandrup, Sofia Bergman, Tomas Degenaar, Elke Krausmann, Sander Vedder, Marianne Weeke Borup og Julie Thorsø Hansen