Archive for the ‘Revit’ Category
Wednesday, January 31st, 2018
Article source: RUBEN MUEDRA ESTUDIO DE ARQUITECTURA
The project arises from the desire of the customer – a multinational plastic injection molding company – to adapt the image of its current office building to the corporate identity and entity of the company at the present moment, where it has positioned itself as an international benchmark in the sector under the premise of “passion and innovation in plastics”, at the forefront in design and the most advanced technologies without abandoning their origins of artisan work and exhaustive care of the product.
Image Courtesy © Adrian Mora Maroto
- Architects: RUBEN MUEDRA ESTUDIO DE ARQUITECTURA
- Project: SP Berner Headquarters
- Location: 46960 Aldaia, Valencia, Spain
- Photography: Adrian Mora Maroto
- Software used: Autocad, 3dS Max, V-Ray, Revit, CYPE
- Collaborators: Emilio Belda, Raúl García, Inés Fabra.
- Building engineer: Rubén Clavijo
- Interior Design: Rubén Muedra
- Surface: 266,50 m2
- Project year: 2017
- Construction year: 2017 (2 months)
Tuesday, January 30th, 2018
Article source: Lazor Office
The Stack House is essentially a stack of blocks. Solid blocks of private spaces are stacked in an open, laced pattern to form voids for shared living space. The blocks are positioned in response to the urban and natural setting in relation to the site. The result is an open, two-story void of shared space that is simultaneously protected for privacy and immersed in its natural surroundings. Contrasting materials express this stacking and shifting on the exterior. Inside, the blocks are carefully carved with curves and surfaced in white oak to shape more intimate spaces to join a family together to share a meal, to recline, read and take in the majestic oak outside, or to play the piano and fill the void with music.
Image Courtesy © Lazor Office
- Architects: Lazor Office
- Project: Stack House
- Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Software used: SketchUp, Autocad, Revit, Rhino
- Completion Date: 2016
Tuesday, January 16th, 2018
Article source: XS Studio
A long and narrow apartment in a preservation listed building on Tel-Aviv’s Rothschild Boulevard. Open-minded and daring customers gave a fascinating challenge for a 93m² apartment: a room for each of the three children and for the parents, 2 bathrooms and a spacious living area. The starting point was unusual: the children’s rooms were designed to be minimal, functional and simple thus providing a wider living space in the public areas.
Image Courtesy © XS Studio
- Architects: XS Studio
- Project: A Long And Narrow Apartment
- Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
- Software used: Revit, SketchUp
- Project size: 93 m2
- Completion date: 2017
Friday, January 5th, 2018
Article source: Prevalent
Situated in a prominent building from 1906, SUSURU Ramen and Gyoza bar enlivens the façade and street it rests on. Working closely with the City Council, the design breaks away from the traditional mining aesthetic typical of the area. As the city grows and develops, it attracts more foreign attention, whom don’t necessarily have the same rapport with what was largely a mining town many years ago. The SUSURU restaurant is for the newcomers, for those visiting, and most importantly, for those long term residents wanting to see the city develop and diversify.
Image Courtesy © Jan Vranovsky
- Architects: Prevalent
- Project: Susuru
- Location: 140 King Street, Newcastle, NSW, 2300, Australia
- Photography: Jan Vranovsky
- Software used: Revit, Rhino and 3dS Max
- Lead Architects: Ben Berwick
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 250sqm
- Completion Year: 2017
Friday, December 15th, 2017
Article source: modus studio
When investing in your own future, and that of your family, you are investing in a place. If you are an architect, particularly absurd and obsessive questions about where you shall call home become paramount. So, it is a daunting state of affairs when you decide to reside in the second ugliest house on the mountain. It is with great reluctance that my wife (a fellow architect) and I purchased a 90+ year old home in a well-established neighborhood on top of Mount Sequoyah in Fayetteville. Let me stop you right there…if you are thinking classic old historic home with incredible detailing and grandeur just beneath the surface waiting to be revived into its former grandeur…this is not one of those stories.
Image Courtesy © Rett Peek
- Architects: modus studio
- Project: Second Ugliest House on the Mountain
- Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA
- Photography: Rett Peek
- Software used: Autodesk, Revit
- Area: 3,199 sf
Friday, December 8th, 2017
Article source: Aresto Arquitetura
The single-floor residence project, developed in the city of Itupeva, had the challenge of meeting the proposal of a house that combines economy, constructive speed and comfort.
To save money, the first idea was to adapt the project to the existing topography. The lot has a very accented slope, and had some flat areas made by the previous owner.
Image Courtesy © Aresto Arquitetura
- Architects: Aresto Arquitetura
- Project: Casa B+P
- Location: Itupeva, Brazil
- Software used: SketchUp, Autocad, Revit
Friday, December 8th, 2017
Article source: Lab32 architecten
The villa is situated close to the waters of the Reeuwijkse Plassen in a dutch village consisting of not much more than a narrow through road lined predominantly by large, free-standing houses standing on ‘islands’ created by the drainage ditches of the former peatland.
The great attraction of this location lies in the vicinity of water and in the experience of this natural environment through the changing seasons. The villa’s completion represents the fulfilment of a long-held ambition of our clients, for whom a love of water has been an abiding theme of their lives.
Image Courtesy © Rene de Wit
- Architects: Lab32 architecten
- Project: G House
- Location: Reeuwijk, The Netherlands
- Photography: Rene de Wit
- Software used: Autocad, Autodesk, Revit, Photoshop
- Floor area: 650 m2
- Start: 2012
- Finished: 2015
Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017
Article source: Gottlieb Paludan Architects and URBAN DESIGN
Värtaverket is surrounded by industrial, office, residential and recreational areas. This major extension was required to show consideration for its neighbours, and respect the presence of a number of protected oak trees and the function of the area as a fauna path between the northern and southern parts of Djurgården – a scenic area that blends into Stockholm proper.
Image Courtesy © Robin Hayes
- Architects: Gottlieb Paludan Architects and URBAN DESIGN
- Project: Värtaverket Biomass-fuelled CHP plant
- Location: Djurgården, Sweden
- Photography: Robin Hayes
- Software used: Revit
- Client: FORTUM AB
- Collaborators: URBAN DESIGN
- Gpa Services: ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, PROJECT FOLLOW-UP, SITE SUPERVISION
- Cost: SEK 4,5OO MIO
- Fee: DKK 11 MIO
- Size: 20,000 M²
- Constr. Year/status: 2016
Monday, November 13th, 2017
Article source: Manco Architects
The facility that includes the largest data center spaces and supplementary buildings for the Turkish banking sector was designed by Manço Architects who won the invited competition opened by KKB Kredi Kayit Burosu. Architectural and engineering designs were entirely developed with Revit BIM software, in cooperation with a large team of consultants with the aim of attaining Uptime Tier 4 data center and LEED Gold green building certificates.
Image Courtesy © Manco Architects
- Architects: Manco Architects
- Project: Anadolu Data Center Campus
- Location: Ankara, Turkey
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Revit
Wednesday, November 8th, 2017
Article source: Tony Owen Partners
Bankstown Gardens is a 9 storey signature apartment development consisting of 54 units, in a landscaped garden setting.
The building is located on a prominent corner in Sydney’s Bankstown. The building is curved at the corner to reinforce the corner and present as a gateway in the streetscape. The dynamic design utilises a framework of sun control fins to create an exciting frieze on the façade. The diagonal geometry articulates the façade whilst allowing for large expanses of glazing and external planter devices. The transparency of this material is juxtaposed with the lightness of the white screens to create a vibrant and light façade.
Image Courtesy © Tony Owen Partners
- Architects: Tony Owen Partners
- Project: Cross Street Bankstown
- Location: Sydney’s Bankstown, Australia
- Software used: Maya, Rhino, Autocad, Revit