Archive for the ‘Autocad’ Category
Saturday, August 9th, 2014
Article source: ColectivArquitectura
Taking as its starting point an area of about 500 sqm situated on the 9th floor of an office building in Lisbon, built in 1970 and originally designed for Philips headquarters by architect Fernando Silva, the intervention aimed to install the portuguese branch of advertising agency TBWA.
Image Courtesy © FG+SG
- Architects: ColectivArquitectura
- Project: TBWA\LISBON office
- Location: Lisbon, Portugal
- Photography: FG+SG – fotografia de arquitectura
- Software used: Autodesk, Autocad.
- General contractor: Luís M. M. Martins Unipessoal, Lda
- Floorarea: 5.330sqft, 495,00 m2
- Woodcontractor: Socorte, S.A., construção de casas em madeira
- Project: 2011.11-2011.12
- Construction: 2011.12-2012.01
Friday, August 8th, 2014
Article source: Specht Harpman
This project involved the renovation and adaptive re-use of an existing single-story brick building in downtown Austin. The structure, built in the 1920’s, housed a wide variety of tenancies through the years, from a mom-and pop grocery store to leasing offices for new downtown condominiums. The current owner, a creative company involved with film production, was on an extremely limited budget, and wanted to re-use as much of what existed as possible while making something that was uniquely “Austin” in character.
Image Courtesy © Specht Harpman
- Architects: Specht Harpman
- Project: Beast
- Location: Austin, Texas, USA
- Software used: Autocad
Thursday, August 7th, 2014
The Weston Residence nestles in a valley adjacent to the Saugatuck River. In plan and section, the elements of the house engage the site in a way that purposefully blurs the transition and distinction between the built and natural environment.
Image Courtesy © Taggart Sorensen
- Architects: Specht Harpman Architects
- Project: Weston Residence
- Location: Weston, Connecticut
- Photography: Taggart Sorensen
- Software used: Autocad
- Project Size: 2400 sq. ft.
- Completion Date: 2013
- Design Team: Scott Specht, Louise Harpman, Amy Lopez-Cepero
Saturday, August 2nd, 2014
Article source: Studio GT
Perfect for the leisure time of a large family, this house in Londrina, Brazil seems like its floating in the air. That is due to the volumetry and the large spans without pillars designed by the architect Guilherme Torres.
From the unevenness of nearly 3 meters of the ground, it came the idea of a residence with a cantilever main floor to reserve more space for the leisure area on the lower level. “I’ve docked the house on the slope” says the architect Guilherme Torres, “By doing that, I’ve released the space underneath it to the garden, the pool and the living rooms”. The irregular relief was won by a monumental block of prestressed concrete containing cables of high strength steel driven and trapped inside the slab itself. This feature allowed the span of 17.5 meters long besides the 4.5 meters cantilever volume beyond the wall that mark boundaries of the leisure area.
Image Courtesy © Denilson Machado
- Architects: Studio GT
- Project: SN HOUSE
- Location: Londrina, Brazil
- Photography: Denilson Machado
- Software used: AutoCad, photoshop
- Year: 2010
- Area: 843 m²
- Team: Guilherme Torres, Celso Oshiro, Jean Oliveira, Rafael Miliari, Raphael Lima, Vanessa Bercini
- Structure and Foundation: ZOCCO PROJETOS ESTRUTURAIS
- Hydraulic project: Engenheiro Carlos Ruzzon
- Electrical project: Engenheiro Carlos Ruzzon
- Landscaping: FLORA DECARI, Ricardo Armando
- Cumaru wood: Casa e campo
- Stone: Pedras decorativas Monte belo
- White Silestone: Execução Marmoraria Athenas
- Glass mosaic: CASA OBJETO 3336 4568
- Solar heating: PIRAMIDE AQUECIMENTO SOLAR
- Entrance gate woodworks: Casa e campo
- Toilets woodworks: Marcenaria Oliveira
- Kitchen Woodworks: Florense
- Porcelain floor tile: Conceitual acabamentos
- White marble supply:Material – Euromax Mármores
- White marble works: Marmoraria Athenas
- Sanitary wares: Casa Objeto
Thursday, July 31st, 2014
Article source: Studio Algoritmo
Arion librerie indipendenti has opened a new, larger store in Rome and that was designed by us from Studio Algoritmo.
The book market is changing radically and it is possible to observe an overlap between the dear, old and materic book and the birth of new technologies for reading. with increasing success.
it follows that we are experiencing a kind of technological and generational turnover (shift) among users.
Image Courtesy © Studio Algoritmo
- Architects: Studio Algoritmo
- Project: Libreria Arion Porta di Roma – Interior, product and graphic design
- Location: Rome, Italy
- Software used: Autocad and Rhinoceros.
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014
Article source: CEBRA
CEBRA has completed a public sports facility in the Danish town of Løgstør based on the office’s“Meccano concept” for unheated, low-cost and lightweight sports halls. The concept uses construction principles and elements otherwise known from industrial buildings and warehouses – that is standardised off-the-shelf components. The idea is that these simple elements can be refined and combined in new and surprising ways – just like the Meccano model construction system – in order to create architecturally appealing, accessibleand easily adaptable sports facilities, which are cheap to build and maintain. The concept has been developed in collaboration with LokaleogAnlægsfonden (the Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities).
Image Courtesy © CEBRA
- Architects: CEBRA
- Project: Løgstør sports hall
- Location: Løgstør, Denmark
- Software used: AutoCAD, Revit, Rhinoceros, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
- Project size: 1.400 m² new building
- Year: 2012 – 2014
- Status: Completed
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014
Article source: JRKVC
The site is located over an emerging development in Záhorská Bystrica, a small town near the capital. The spacious plot recalls a crater that is open into beautiful vistas on one side and protected by steep slopes on the rest. Mostly this rare combination of space and intimacy led us to the idea of an extroverted, open house.
Image Courtesy © JRKVC
- Architects: JRKVC (Peter Jurkovič, Števo Polakovič, Lukáš Kordík)
- Project: JJ—Family House
- Location: Bratislava, Slovakia
- Photography: JRKVC
- Software used: Autocad, Sketchup and Revit.
- Completion: 2012
- Area: 330 m2
- Lanscape: Sarahs
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014
Article source: Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten
House Berkel-Enschot is situated within a rural landscape of profound beauty. Next to a green triangular shaped juncture there’s a collection of old barns and farmhouses. The principal idea was to design a residence that would fit well within this setting and would offer lots of interesting views outward, from an interior immersed in light.
Image Courtesy © Filip Dujardin
- Architects: Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten
- Project: 2157 – House Berkel-Enschot
- Location: Berkel-Enschot, Netherlands
- Photography: Filip Dujardin
- Software used: AutoCad
Friday, July 25th, 2014
Article source: Bahadir Kul Architects
A western district and villages terminal was designed in the west of the city, Kayseri. The idea of creating a district terminal came up due to the fact that the transportation access difficulty of the existing travel agencies in the area. Besides, the traffic density caused by the transportation vehicles in the city center is an another reason.
Image Courtesy © Ket Kolektif
- Architects: Bahadir Kul Architects
- Project: KAYSERI WEST CITY BUS TERMINAL
- Location: Kayseri / TÜRKİYE
- Photography: Ket Kolektif
- Software Used: Autocad, Adope Photoshop, Skektch Up – V ray, Max
- Construction Period: 2007 / 2009
- Total Floor Area : 1.500 m2
- Site Area: 10.000 m²
- Client: Greater Municipality of Kayseri
Thursday, July 24th, 2014
Article source: Stanley Saitowitz / Natoma Architects
This project, on a twenty-five-by-eighty-foot lot next to 1022 Natoma Street, continues the investigation of San Francisco infill buildings. At the street level are parking and entrance lobby; above are four stacked units. One thickened party wall provides vertical access and a light court. The other acts as a service zone, condensing kitchens, bathrooms, laundry, and storage behind sliding glass doors.
Image Courtesy © Stanley Saitowitz / Natoma Architects