Archive for the ‘Photoshop’ Category
Saturday, February 1st, 2014
Article source: Spacesmith
Since 2011, Spacesmith has been working with Li & Fung, a Hong Kong-based multinational company that is the recognized leader in the design, sourcing, and distribution of clothing and accessories for prominent retailers. This project consolidates all the LF USA women’s apparel brands – whose offices had been scattered around New York’s garment district – onto a single 100,000 SF floor of the Empire State Building.
Image Courtesy © DFB Sales
- Architects: Spacesmith
- Project: LF USA Womens Apparel Group
- Location: New York, U.S.A
- Photography: Paúl Rivera, Archphoto and DFB Sales
- Software used: AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator
- Client Name: Li & Fung USA
- Project Concept Start: October 2012
- Project Completed: September 2013
- Design Architect: B & Co. Design Architect BRANKO PAHOR
- Client Representative: Gardiner & Theobald
- Owner, Principal: JANE SMITH
- Partner: MARC GORDON
- Associate: AMBAR MARGARIDA
- Project Manager: WILL WONG
- Junior Designer: JAIME MASTROGIOVANNI, ALEXANDRA KORETSKI
- MEP Engineer: Robert Derector Associates
- AV Engineer: Robert Derector Telecommunications
- LEED Consultant: Code Green Solutions
- General Contractor: Icon Interiors, Inc.
- Graphics & Signage: Coyle Graphics
- Lighting Consultant: Lighting Workshop
Saturday, January 25th, 2014
Article source: Goettsch Partners
Located adjacent to the Shenzhen Bay Sports Center athletic complex, the new Hotel Kapok, designed by Goettsch Partners (GP), is a 19-story boutique hotel with 242 rooms. The design attempts to provide the guest with a unique spatial quality that eliminates the cloistered and disorienting nature of typical hotel corridors. In response, a pinwheel plan was developed, allowing for corridors that end in vision glass with a punctuation of light and views.
Image Courtesy © Goettsch Partners
- Architects: Goettsch Partners
- Project: Hotel Kapok Shenzhen Bay
- Location: China
- Software used: AutoCAD, Sketchup, 3DS Max and Photoshop
Friday, January 24th, 2014
Article source: SLADE ARCHITECTURE
The Newark Clubhouse brings together NYC’s downtown flair and Virgin Atlantic’s warmth and individuality.
A constellation of sparkling pinpoint lights draws you into the sculpted entry passage. Punctuated by a sky lit receptionist at a specular desk, the entry sequence creates an extended decompression zone between the busy terminal and the relaxed luxury of the clubhouse; a dramatic immersion into the Virgin Atlantic experience.
Image Courtesy © SLADE ARCHITECTURE
- Architects: SLADE ARCHITECTURE
- Project: Virgin Atlantic EWR Clubhouse
- Location: Newark, New Jersey
- Photography: SLADE ARCHITECTURE, Anton Stark, Tom Sibley
- Software used: Rhino, CAD, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign
Tuesday, January 14th, 2014
Article source: Daigo Ishii + Future-scape Archtiects
In the traditional local house in Ibukijima Island, the toilet is mostly established in a small cottage separated from the main house. In Ibukijima Island, the toilet is a peripheral space that is repelled and excluded from the main house.
The relation between the main house and the separated cottage resembles the relation between the main land and isolated Ibukijima island or between a big city and a remote district somewhere. Now, Ibukijima island is only connected with liner from Kanonji city of the main land, and the small isolated island serves as the periphery of the main land and the country of Japan.
Image Courtesy © Daigo Ishii + Future-scape Architects, See the east side elevation with alley between the walls.
- Architects: Daigo Ishii + Future-scape Archtiects
- Project: House of Toilet
- Location: Ibukijima Island, Japan
- Client: Kanonji-city
- Structural engineers: Takumi Design Office
- Mechanical engineers: Akeno Mechanical Design Laboratory
- Construction company: Ii Koumuten Construction Company
- Function: public toilet
- Site area: 50.91m2
- Building area: 50.91m2
- Floor area: 50.91m2
- Completion date: July, 2013
- Structure: wood
- Software used: Vectorworks (CAD), Photoshop and Illustrator.
- Roof: fiber reinforced plastic waterproofing
- Exterior wall: fiber reinforced plastic waterproofing
- Wall of alley: transparent polycarbonate corrugated sheet t=0.7mm + structural plywood painted with wood paint with water resistance
- Floor: reinforced concrete finished with trowel white gravel
- Wall: structural plywood painted with wood paint with water resistance, calsium silicate plate painted with NAD acrylic resin coating
- Ceiling: structural plywood painted with wood paint with water resistance, calsium silicate plate painted with NAD acrylic resin coating
Thursday, January 9th, 2014
Article source: Claudiu IONESCU
“Inspired by Constantin BRANCUSI’s „Miracle” sculpture, the building rises naturally from the ground through golden spirals (the Fibonacci spirals) and crystallizes in a shape that, just like its muse, tries to set itself free from „the past burdens”, striving to rise high. Its shape offers the visitor a feeling of aspiration, an aspiration not only of the building, but of life itself.” – Claudiu IONESCU – architect
Image Courtesy © Bogdan IORGOVAN
- Architects: Claudiu IONESCU
- Project: DIGITAL MUSEUM
- Location: Pecica, Arad County, Romani
- Photography: Bogdan IORGOVAN
- Design Team: Claudiu IONESCU, Dragos MILOTIN, Gabriel TAKACS, Calin SEBARCHIEVICI
- Constructor: S.C. START S.R.L.
- Area: 125.75 mp
- Year: 2013
- Software used: Rhinoceros 5.0, Grasshopper, Autocad, Photoshop and Dialux.
Tuesday, January 7th, 2014
Article source: Kariouk Associates
The requirements for this project called for the design of a small home that would respond to the evolving life needs of a young couple, with two small boys, who intend to live their lives here for the next half century. A significant spatial challenge from the start of the project was that the maximum allowable width of the house could only be twenty-four feet, hence the house would necessarily need to be long; because windows on the long sides of the home were greatly restricted by zoning regulations, there was an immediate design challenge to bring light into the long interior volume that otherwise would be dark.
Image Courtesy © Photolux Studios, Christian Lalonde
- Architects: Kariouk Associates
- Project: Stacey-Turley Residence
- Location: Ottawa, Canada
- Photography: Photolux Studios, Christian Lalonde
- Designer: Paul duBellet Kariouk (Principal), Chris Davis (Senior Design Associate), David King (Design Associate), Sarah McMurtry (Design Associate), Dimitar Mehandjiev (Design Associate), Adam Paquette (Design Associate)
- General Contractor: R.K. Porter General Contracting Inc.
- Engineering: ART Engineering
- Accordion Windows: Monarch Moveable Glass Walls
- Millwork: Karhu Fine Cabinetry & Millwork
- Year: 2011-2013
- Task: To design a “forever” home on a narrow lot for a young family
- Software used: AutoCad and Photoshop
Friday, January 3rd, 2014
Article source: Touzet Studio
The “City-side” façade presents itself as two restrained stone-clad volumes – a “mask” clad in material very much identified with the architecture of Coral Gables. The lower volume is rough-hewn Florida Keystone and the larger, main volume is clad in honed limestone. The mask is penetrated by only two openings on the western façade and a “frieze” of windows above. Very little of the house is visible from the street – even the thrust of the sculptural roof is hidden from view.
Image Courtesy © Robin Hill
- Architects: Touzet Studio
- Project: Coral Gables Residence
- Location: Miami, Florida
- Photography: Robin Hill
- Software used: AutoCad, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe InDesign.
Saturday, December 21st, 2013
Article source: ARAY Architecture
The resident did not rely on energy in South Kyushuof high temperature and humidity, and hoped for ecology life with the environment.
The wind of land is felt, rain water is saved, and it enjoys gardening. It is native life. The site is a residential quarter that extends on a Shirasu plateau near from the Kagoshima City downtown. I then thought native house (eco-house) with the soil (Shirasu) as the material that formed this plateau native by the made Shirasu block.
Image Courtesy © DAICI ANO
- Architects: ARAY Architecture
- Project: SHIRASU
- Location: Kagoshima, Japan
- Photography: DAICI ANO
- Architect In Charge: Asei Suzuki
- Structural design: tmsd & takashi manda structural design
- Contractor: tagzhaus
- Site Area: 228.9 sqm
- Building Area: 88.0 sqm
- Floor Area: 143.9 sqm
- Date of completion: 2013.07.15.
- Software used: AutoCad, Vectorworks, Photoshop and Illustorator.
Thursday, December 19th, 2013
Article source: Plan 9 Architecture
Image Courtesy © Plan 9 Architecture
- Architects: Plan 9 Architecture
- Project: Ristorante Sapore
- Location: Istanbul, Turke
- Software used: Autocad, 3ds Max, Vray and Photoshop
Tuesday, December 17th, 2013
Article source: arquitectura 911sc
The project is part of the City of Books a project by the Mexican Secretary of Culture to acquire the personal book collections of the most relevant Mexican writers and intellectuals of the 20th Century and commissioning architects the design of each personal library to be housed within La Ciudadela, an 18th Century building in the central part of Mexico City.
Image Courtesy © Jaime Navarro
- Architects: arquitectura 911sc
- Project: Jaime García Terrés Personal Library
- Location: Mexico city, Mexico
- Photography: Jaime Navarro, Moritz Bernoully
- End of construction: November 2012
- Design team: Ernesto Lomeli, Ricardo García Santender, Calíope Hernández, Carlos Ledezma, Tania Guerrero
- Builder: Sackbe
- Structure: Izquierdo Ing. y Asociados
- Client: CONACULTA
- Built Area: 170 m2
- Software used: Autocad, 3dmax, photoshop, illustrator.