Archive for the ‘Maxwell’ Category
Saturday, December 1st, 2012
Article source: Cyrille Druart
Located in the very heart of Paris, in the ever-changing district of Les Halles, La Cave a Vin 9 offers a new vision of wine bars – high-end yet within reach. We endeavoured to create a new kind of place, breaking away from conventions and all that is already known, rethinking its space to match the way people enjoy food and drinks today.
Image Courtesy Cyrille Druart
- Architects: Cyrille Druart
- Project: La Cave du Vin 9
- Location: Les Halles, Paris, France
- Software used: Autocad, Rhinoceros for 3D modeling then Maxwell for rendering.
Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
Article source: Valerio Dewalt Train
Juniper Networks is a provider of networking solutions headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. For an office in New Jersey, Juniper leased 16,000 square feet in a large office park thirty minutes outside of New York City. The space needed to serve as a showroom and collaborative center for the company’s east coast clients and partners, so it was crucial that it express the company’s unique and innovative culture.
The wood clad entry defines the architectural language used throughout the innovation center’s space.
- Architects:Valerio Dewalt Train Associates
- Project: Juniper Open Lab
- Location:Bridgewater, New Jersey
- Project Team: Louis Ray, Matt Gamache, Kurt Volkman
- Client: Juniper Networks
- Date of occupancy: 6 February 2012
- Area: Gross square footage 16,000 GSF
- Construction cost: Withheld
- Contractor: SJP Properties, Construction Services Division
- Consultants: WB Engineering (MEP/FP), Thornton Tomasetti (Structural)
- Key materials (type/brand): Custom Perforated Metal Ceiling by USG, Engineered Wood by Armstrong, Custom Freestanding Light Fixtures by Alight, Frameless glass w/ custom graphic films
- Software used: Microstation, Maxwell, Adobe Suite
- Awards/certifications: AIA Chicago Interiors Honor Award, 2012
- Photographer credit: Matt Wargo
Wednesday, October 17th, 2012
Article source: K2S Architects
The granite Paasitorni fortress was originally built for the use of Helsinki labor movement. Now the block functions as a successful conference center. Paasitorni Hotel comprises of two existing buildings and a new wing hidden behind early 20-century and 1950s facades.
Image Courtesy Marko Huttunen
- Architects: K2S Architects Ltd.
- Project: Hotel Paasitorni
- Location: Paasitorni, Finland
- Architects: Kimmo Lintula, Niko Sirola and Mikko Summanen
- Client: HWA Helsinki Workers Association
- User: Helsinki Congress Paasitorni, Scandic Hotels, Graniittiravintolat Restaurants
- Built area: 11400 m² (gross)
- Design phase: 09/2008 – 01/2010
- Construction phase: 02/2010 – 06/2012
- Photos: Marko Huttunen
- Software used: Autocad architecture 2012; Rhino 4; Maxwell Render 1.7; Blender 2.49
Saturday, September 15th, 2012
Article source: Elizabeth Boyle
Little Red House is a six story brick building in Nolita (NY), used in the late 19th century as the original Brewster & Co. carriage factory and the center of America`s most important industry, horse-drawn vehicles. Converted in 2005 to residential units at the upper floors and to commercial space at the ground floor, the original factory has been transformed into luxury condos facing the intersection of Soho, Chinatown, Little Italy and the lower East Side.
Image Courtesy MINIMALUSA
- Architects: MINIMALUSA
- Project: Little Red House
- Location: Nolita, New York
- Software used: AutoCAD, 3-D Studio Max, and Maxwell Render to design the spaces and kitchens
Thursday, July 19th, 2012
Article source: John Postic
Libraries today serve as gathering places, community centers, and cafes. We need to stop viewing libraries as sacred temples of reading and research and more as a collective gathering place of people, ideas, events, and resources; a place that incites imagination and satisfies curiosity – a veritable flowering of culture. With a form that evokes the Oklahoma Rose, this library has a multi-layered skin that passively filters light, sound, and visitors to the library. These ‘petals’ diffuse the light entering the library, reducing solar heat gain and providing excellent reading light.
- Architects: John Postic
- Project: Rose Library
- Location: Norman, Oklahoma
- Software used: Rhino, Maxwell, and Photoshop
Friday, June 1st, 2012
Article source: MU Architecture
Located in Cap-à-L’ Aigle in the splendid region of Charlevoix, the residence Marée Basse (Low Tide) is part of the residential development Les Terrasses Cap-à-L’ Aigle. Capitalizing on an exceptional view of the St. Lawrence River, the surrounding nature and the land form of the region, this development meets the highest standards and promotes contemporary architecture and local know-how.
Image Courtesy Ulysse Lemerise Bouchard (YUL Photo)
- Architects: MU Architecture
- Project: Malbaie VI Marée Basse
- Location: Cap-à-l’Aigle, La Malbaie, Québec
- Project team : Jean-Sébastien Herr, Charles Côté, Audrey Lavallée
- Client : Florent Moser (Les Terrasses Cap-à-l’Aigle)
- Contractor: Florent Moser/ Alain Rajotte
- Structural Engineer: I-Level
- Project completion date: September 2011
- Photograph: Ulysse Lemerise Bouchard (YUL Photo)
- Project year: September 2011
- Project area: 3200 pi2
- Software used: AutoCAD, Form-Z and Maxwell render
Thursday, April 19th, 2012
Article source: OSO Studio LTD
At the extension of the axis of the fifth avenue, pier museum becomes the ending of the urban space above the sea. The typology of building expresses the conversion and interaction of spatial energy. Simulating the natural growth, along the view toward the seascape in distance, the structure stretch from the beach end to the sea, converts the city space formed by street to a floating seascape terrace, planar pier evolutes to an organic structure, and provides the free path of promenade above the sea level.
- Architects: OSO Studio LTD
- Project: Miami Pier Museum
- Location: Miami, Florida
- Competition: 2009
- Software used: Mcneel Rhinoceros 4.0 for modeling; Maxwell Render 1.6 for rendering; Autodesk AutoCAD 2007 for drawings and Adobe Photoshop 9.0 for final process.
Tuesday, February 21st, 2012
Article source: Fabio Capanni Workshop
The extension of the primary and secondary school in San Piero a Sieve is located very close to the city of Florence.
The building consists of 630 square meters of new surfaces that will host the laboratories, the dean’s office, the offices for the scholastic staff, and an auditorium that works as an all-purpose space. Rooms and the gym will still be in the old buildings, built during the Sixties, and the new construction had also to connect to them.
Image Courtesy Christian Richters, Fabio Capanni
- Architects: Fabio Capanni Workshop
- Project: Extension of primary-secondary school Stefanacci
- Location: Via Trifilò 2, San Piero a Sieve (Firenze)
- Project and supervision of works: Fabio Capanni, Claudio Marrocchi
- Collaborators: Daniele Buzzegoli, Stefano Servi
- Structures : Riccardo Papi
- Systems: Claudio Magni
- Customer: Municipality of San Piero a Sieve
- Builder: Edil F Due, Sacafati (SA)
- Chronology: 2004-2006: project, 2006-2008: realization
- Dimensional data: 1.300 mq lot surface, 630 mq building surface, 2.600 mc building volume
- Photography: Christian Richters, © Fabio Capanni
- Software used: AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, Maxwell, Photoshop, Primus, Microsoft Office
Saturday, February 18th, 2012
Article source: Bart Conterio Architect
The G-M house is located in the South-Eastern extremity of Italy , and it is surrounded by the green typical olive trees and the blue Mediterranean Sea. The project is based on the principles of bio-climatic architecture and green building, through the perfect integration of architecture, landscape and micro climatic comfort. (consume less for a better life !!!).
- Architects: Bart Conterio Architect
- Project: G-M house
- Location: Capo di Leuca, province of Lecce, Apulia region, Italy
- Software used: Energyplus, Autocad, Ecodesigner, Archicad, Google Sketchup, Maxwell Render EG
Friday, December 23rd, 2011
Article source: Barker Freeman Design Office
With these two proposals for a bar in the East Village in Manhattan, we employed a striking silhouette on the faÃ§ade to bring presence to the space on the street. With House Bar, we used painted, perforated MDF panels to continue the house profile on the interior, which terminates in a DJ booth at the end of the room. Lighting filters through the perforations to provide ambient illumination.
- Architects: Barker Freeman Design Office
- Project: House Bar / Cave Bar
- Location: Manhattan, New York
- Software used: Generative Components and Maxwell.