Archive for the ‘Photoshop’ Category
Thursday, December 4th, 2014
Article source: One Plus Partnership Limited
The 21st century opens a gateway to the new era of modern technologies and innovations. With the widespread of 3D and even 4D high definition movies available on global market, the old method of filming has gone scarce, if not extinct. When thinking of the theme for this cinema, the designers want to trace back to the roots when film making began. Back in the 19th century, photographers captured continual images and stored them on a single compact reel of film. This ancient object – roll films, was being symbolized all over the cinema, reminding the audience the long forgotten history behind the scene.
Image Courtesy © One Plus Partnership Limited
- Architects: One Plus Partnership Limited
- Project: UA Cine Times Cinema-Times Square
- Location: Hong Kong, China
- Software used: Photoshop, AutoCad
Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
Article source: CEBRA
Danish architecture studio CEBRA has completed a pioneering project for a new type of 24-hour care centre for marginalized children and teenagers in Kerteminde, Denmark. The tile and wood cladded building plays with familiar elements and shapes to create a homely environment in a modern building that focuses on the residents’ special needs. The Children’s Home of the Future combines the traditional home’s safe environment with new pedagogical ideas and conceptions of what a modern children’s home is and which needs it should fulfil.
Image Courtesy © Mikkel Frost
- Architects: CEBRA
- Project: OUR HOUSE – THE CHILDREN’S HOME OF THE FUTURE
- Location: StrandgårdsAlle, Kerteminde, Denmark
- Photography: Mikkel Frost
- Software used: AutoCAD, Revit, Rhinoceros, VRay for Rhinoceros, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
- Client: Kerteminde Municipality
- Landscape architect: PK3
- Engineer: Søren Jensen
- Awards: Nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van derRohe Award 2015
- Year: 2012 – 2014
- Status: Completed
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
Wednesday, November 19th, 2014
Article source: MSB arquitectos
Although the cellar is surrounded by a vineyard, it is not associated with it. The relationship between the building and the surrounding area is practically nonexistent, largely due to the access road that makes a harsh separation between the building and the vineyard at the arrival zone. On the west part of the building, the separation between the vineyard and the building is less prominent, however a possible symbiosis between the built and the natural is unfulfilled by the strong and enclosed character of the warehouse.
Image Courtesy © MSB arquitectos
- Architects: MSB arquitectos
- Project: Wine Culture Center
- Software used: Acad for technical drawings, sketchup and rhino for modeling, coreldraw for schemes and 3dmax+vray for rendering with post production in photoshop
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
Friday, November 14th, 2014
Article source: UMA
Our shelter was designed to be interactive with its visitors in a playful way, with a front facade shingled with bum sliders and a backside that consists of a big pile of snow.
Image Courtesy © UMA
- Architects: UMA
- Project: Bum Shack
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Keyshot and Photoshop
Sunday, November 9th, 2014
Article source: LEVS architecten
Primary School Tanouan Ibi is a sustainable building which stands at the edge of a village in the vast plain of the Dogon country in Mali. The school consists of three 7 x 9 meters classrooms for in total 180 pupils, a principal’s office, a depot and a sanitary building. In the evening the school is used for teaching women.
Image Courtesy © LEVS architecten
- Architects: LEVS architecten
- Project: Primary School Tanouan Ibi
- Location: Village of Tanouan Ibi in the land of the Dogon, Mail / Africa
- Software used: ArchCAD 17, Artlantis 4 and Photoshop CC
- Year of completion: 2013
- GFA: 360 m²
- Client: Foundation Dogon Education (SDO) http://www.dogononderwijs.nl/site/en/
- Contractor:Enterprise Dara (Sevaré, Mopti) in collaboration with students of the Lycée Technique in Sevaré and with the local population of Tanouan Ibi
Wednesday, November 5th, 2014
Article source: ABF-lab
At the time when Seattle wonders what course to follow for a lasting transformation on public spaces, the [in]-closure project puts itself as the mainspring of the urban revival for the next five decades. Slow decision-making processes increased by fast practice changes and modern means of communication as globalized dematerialization implies that, nowadays, traditional urban planning methods are reaching the limit. You can plan an urban project; it will be obsolete even before seeing the light.
Image Courtesy © ABF-lab
- Architects: ABF-lab
- Project: [IN]-Closure
- Software used:
- For Design : Autocad, Sketchup, Rhino, Photoshop, In Design, Illustrator, After effect, 3DS max, Cinema 4D, V-ray, Maya
- For sustainability strategy: Meteonorm, Ecotect, Radiance, Flovent, Ies
Sunday, October 26th, 2014
Article source: schmidt hammer lassen architects
schmidt hammer lassen architects has won the competition to design the 35,000 square metre extension to the Helsingborg Hospital in the southern part of Sweden. The competition was won in cooperation with Aarhus Arkitekterne, NNE Pharmaplan and landscape architects Kragh & Berglund. The project comprises a new ward for adult psychiatry, an out-patient clinic and medical laboratories. Key to the whole design has been flexibility, a clear layout, variety, human scale, green courtyards and optimal conditions for daylight.
Image Courtesy © schmidt hammer lassen architects
- Architects: schmidt hammer lassen architects
- Project: Helsingborg Hospital
- Location: Sweden
- Software used: REVIT and DRofus, and also InDesign and Photoshop
- Sub-consultants: Aarhus Arkitekterne, NNE Pharmaplan
- Client: Region Skåne, Regionservice (Sweden)
- Area: App. 35,000 m2
- Competition: 2013, 1st Prize in restricted competition
- Landscape architect: Kragh & Berglund Stockholm
Sunday, October 26th, 2014
Article source: A4 studio Ltd.
Already more than 200 years, Siófok is the Capital City of Lake Balaton, which is the largest lake in Middle-East Europe. We planned the “Sió Pláza” Shopping Centre into the middle of the renewable main square of the centre of the renewable downtown. The modern XXI. Century building is situated between the two historical symbols of the city, the Water Tower, was built in 1912, and the Pub, was built in 1895. Our aim was to plan a building that communicates with its environment, the historical city centre, continuously. We developed a transparent glass facade towards the main square of the city, with a cobweb-like metal screen.The shops were strung on 3 levels onto the inner shopping arcade of the shopping centre. The food and drug store received place on the minus first floor, the restaurant, branch and other services on the ground floor and the first floor. The entertainment (cinema, bowling, restaurants) is situated in the supreme floor. The building of the old Pub is integrated into the new building by the inner shopping arcade. The new functions are a bookshop and a cafe, with own garden. The remaining facades are planted with green plants.
Image Courtesy © Tamás Bujnovszky
- Architects: A4 studio Ltd.
- Project: SIOFOK PLAZA
- Location: Siófok, Hungary
- Photography: Tamás Bujnovszky
- Software used: Archicad, Artlantis, Photoshop