Archive for the ‘ArchiCAD’ Category
Tuesday, May 7th, 2013
Article source: Hammer Architects
In 1948 the Architect Nathaniel Saltonstall, one of the founders of Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art, established The Colony Club of Wellfleet as a private club for art collectors. In 1952 he built several homes in the International Style for members on nearby Chequesett Neck. In 2008 the new owners of one of these, commissioned Hammer Architects to update and expand their house.
East Elevation before restoration, with view of Screen Porch: Image Courtesy © Mark Hammer
- Architects: Hammer Architects
- Project: Cape Cod Modern House Addition
- Location:Wellfleet MA, (Cape Cod), USA
- Photography: Mark Hammer, Peter Vanderwarker
- Client: Family with two children
- Square Footage Before: 2,514 Sq Ft
- Square Footage After: 4,612 Sq Ft
- Software used: ArchiCAD
Tuesday, May 7th, 2013
Article source: Maden Group
The study starts from the first religious needs and the study of the earliest mosques architecture in Kosovo and in other countries to convey tradition through contemporary architecture. Our objective was to combine in the best mode architecture and religious rules.
Image Courtesy Maden GROUP
- Architects: Maden Group
- Project: Central Mosque of Pristina Competition Entry
- Location: Pristina, Kosovo
- Software used: Modeled in Archicad, rendered in Maxwell, and post-produced the renders in Photoshop and Lightroom. Diagrams and other graphics were made in CorelDraw and Illustrator.
Sunday, May 5th, 2013
Article source: Desk Centre
With one office in a converted Victorian property in Leeds and another in a stunning new build in bustling Manchester, private equity firm North Edge are now embracing their phenomenal company growth with a stylish office design that reflects their success.
Image courtesy Desk Centre
- Architects: Desk Centre
- Project: North Edge
- Location: Manchester, UK
- Type: Office Refit
- Software used: Archicad, Autocad
Thursday, May 2nd, 2013
Article source: Za Bor Architects
The main idea of the offered solution is transformation of Pushkinsky cinema while preserving its original historical volume. Modern expressive elements «sprout» through the semicentennial structure, symbolically connecting the old and the new by means of the shape and materials.
Image courtesy Za Bor Architects
- Architects: Za Bor Architects
- Project: Pushkinsky Cinema
- Location: Moscow, Russia
- Date of project: 2010
- Status: competition proposal
- Architect: Arseniy Borisenko and Peter Zaytsev
- Software used: ArchiCAD, 3Ds Max, Adobe Photoshop
Wednesday, May 1st, 2013
Article source: Patxi Cortazar
The plot is located at the historic centre of Vitoria-Gasteiz, near to Santa María Cathedral, at the corner of this “Canton” and Txikita Street. The project is made by petition of the homeowners’ association. The original building, and unclassified 19th century building, is demolished because of its state of ruin. The ordinance of new construction defines in an exhaustive way the standards of the new shape, that requires the reduction of its occupation to leave available the continuity of its inside pipe. Thus, the new building is separated from the bowling alley located at the high part of the Cantón of Santa María.
Image Courtesy © César San Millán
- Architects: Patxi Cortazar
- Project: 4 Dwellings in Cantón of Santa María
- Location: Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
- Photography: César San Millán
- Date: 2009-2011
- Architectural Technologist: José Ramón Hurtado Mendoza
- Developer: Homeowners’ association
- Building company: Nasipa S.L.
- Surface: 368,70 m2
- Software used: Autocad, Archicad and Sketchup.
Sunday, April 28th, 2013
Article source: Studio MWA
“Beautiful” – Bach (holiday home) in New Zealand’s Marlborough Sounds at Bay of Many Coves . Quite often at the start of the Design process, after we have had a chance to talk to the client and experience the site for the first time, you ask yourself should we do anything to the existing site, or should the beautiful natural environment remain as it is?
Image Courtesy © Ivor Earp – Jones
- Architects: Studio MWA
- Project: Purotu Bach
- Location: Marlborough Sounds – Bay of Many Coves (Miritu Bay), New Zealand
- Photography: Ivor Earp – Jones
- Client: Withheld
- Type: New holiday home – Bach
- Size: Total site area 4611 m2, Interior floor area 165 m2, deck – terrace area over 180 m2, covered outdoor area 52 m2 and under bach storage area 125 m2.
- Author Of The Project: Davor Mikulcic Dipl. Eng. Arch. (Sarajevo) RAIA, ANZIA
- Structural Engineer: Meyers & Associates Ltd.
- Project Team: Michael Maddern and Davor Mikulcic
- Status: Project completed
- Software used: ArchiCAD software in combination with Artlantis studio (renderings and animations)
Thursday, April 25th, 2013
Article source: 3LHD architects
Image courtesy 3LHD architects
- Architects: 3LHD architects
- Project: Ski Reastaurant Radusa
- Location: Gornji Vakuf-Uskoplje, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Geo location: 34°52’54” N, 17°29’9” E
- Type: commission
- Program: public, leisure
- Status: under construction
- Project start date: 07.06.2010.
- Project end date: 16.09.2011.
- Construction start date: 02.08.2010.
- Construction end date: 28.10.2011.
- Size (m2): 420
- Volume (m3): 1400
- Footprint (m2): 820
- Level (m): 1705.00
- Client: Tom d.o.o.
- Software used: The project was drawn in AutoCAD, and the 3D models for presentation to the clients were made in ArchiCAD.
Thursday, April 4th, 2013
Article source: J. Mayer H. Architects
The new house is on a plot of land near Stuttgart, on a hillside with a generous view of the valley. The owners wanted a new home that would bring this view to life even inside of the building. The house is in a residential area with conventional developments, most of which date from the 1960s.
Image Courtesy © David Franck
- Architects: J. Mayer H. Architects
- Project: OLS House
- Location: Stuttgart, Germany
- Photography: David Franck
- Team: Juergen Mayer H., Marcus Blum (Project Architect), Sebastian Finckh, Paul Angelier, Hugo Reis, Julian Blümle
- Project: 2009-2011
- Completion: September 2011
- Client: Private
- Architect on Site: AB Wiesler + Michael Gruber, Stuttgart
- Structural Engineer: Gunter Kopp, Leutenbach/ Nellmersbach
- Service Engineers: IB Funk und Partner, Leutenbach
- Building Physics: Kurz&Fischer GmbH, Winnenden
- Function: Private House, near Stuttgart, Germany
- Site area: 891 m2
- Building area: 306 m2
- Total floor area: 488 m2
- Number of floors: 3
- Height of the building: 10,43 m
- Structure: reinforced concrete, brick, roof: steel
- Principal exterior material: EIFS, glass, zinc, rooftiles
- Principal interior material: wood, plasterboard, creative floor
- Designing period: 08/09 – 04/10
- Construction period: 04/10 – 09/11
- Software used: ArchiCAD
Tuesday, March 26th, 2013
Article source: Strachan Group Architects
Sited in Auckland’s inner city suburb of Parnell, the Nikau House is the first of a newly developed subdivision; the conception of private and responsive spaces for the client, a semi-retired couple was essential for conceived future conditions as well as ensuring that existing aspects of the site were acknowledged.
Image Courtesy © Jackie Meiring
- Architects: Strachan Group Architects
- Project: Nikau House
- Location: Parnell, Auckland
- Photography: Jackie Meiring
- Project team: Dave Strachan; Pat de Pont; Jessica Knight
- Consultants Engineer: Thorne Dwyer Structures
- Builder: Dave McGillivray Builders
- External walls: Hermpac randomised yellow cedar board and batten; Colorcote Metallic Gunmetal cladding
- Internal walls: Gib®
- Flooring: Blonde Victorian Ash; Mobile Ceramics tiles and carpet
- Windows and doors: Altherm, Whangarei anodised aluminium joinery
Ceiling: Blonde Victorian Ash; Gib®
- Roofing: Colorcote Metallic Gunmetal
- Kitchen: Blonde Victorian Ash; Caesarstone and stainless steel benchtops
Bathroom: Villeroy & Boch basins and toilets, Grohe tapware, Victoria & Albert bath
- Lighting: SGA / various
- Design and planning: 12 Months
- Construction: 12 Months
- Site size: 457m2
- Building area: 230m2
- Software used: ArchiCAD on iMAC
Friday, March 15th, 2013
Article source: za bor architects
The client, Yandex corporation, wanted to see this project as an office which would complement the already existing offices of the company located in Benois Business Centre. Accordingly, it is the second stage of offices on the 5th floor which was completed in 2012, and the first office on the 4th floor which was introduced into service in 2008. The mentioned office is located on the 4th floor, and the task was to connect it with the first stage office which has been in operation for a long time already.
Image Courtesy © NPS Tchoban Voss
- Architects: za bor architects
- Project: Yandex Saint Petersburg 3
- Location: Saint Petersburg, Russia
- Photography: NPS Tchoban Voss & Stas Medvedev
- Architecture: Peter Zaytsev and Arseniy Borisenko / za bor architects
- Planning: 02.2012 – 03.2012
- Construction: 05.2012 – 09.2012
- Floor: Armstrong, InterfaceFlor.
- Furniture: Herman Miller, Walter Knoll
- Software used: ArchiCAD, 3dS Max