Archive for the ‘Revit’ Category
Tuesday, December 20th, 2016
Article source: Margot Krasojevic
The hotel’s design focuses on zoned programmatic areas which separate and slide away from each other in the event of an earthquake. The areas constructed from a lightweight aluminium frame with pre-cast concrete and recycled plastic polymer panels make it easier to move them away from each other and move through the tremor for easier displacement.
Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojevic
- Architects: Margot Krasojevic
- Project: Dynamic Seismic Hotel
- Location: Italy
- Software used: Revit, 3dS Max and Catia
Saturday, December 17th, 2016
Article source: v2com
The AAP American Architecture Prize honors exceptional designs in 41 categories across three disciplines: architectural design, interior design, and landscape architecture. MetropolitanmomentuM won Silver Prize and Bronze Prize in the categories of Architectural Design / Misc. and Heritage Architecture respectively for Pushkinsky International Cinema Hall at Moscow – Revitalization.
Perspective View – Exterior, Image Courtesy © Pablo Osorio
- Architects: MetropolitanmomentuM
- Project: Pushkinsky International Cinema Hall
- Location: Moscow, Russia
- Photography: Pablo Osorio
- Software used: Revit and 3ds max from Auto-desk, Illustrator, In-design, and Photoshop from Adobe and 3D CAD CATIA and SOLIDWORKS 3D from Dassault Systèmes
Thursday, November 24th, 2016
Article source: v2com
Arshia Architects, ltd was selected as a winner by the Los Angeles Business Council at their 45th Annual design award for setting new standards for design excellence, innovation and sustainability, and demonstrate the potential of combining beautiful architecture with environmental and health best practices.
WAITING AREA, Image Courtesy © PAUL VU
- Architects: Arshia Architects, ltd
- Project: BE36
- Location: Beverly Hills, California, USA
- Photography: PAUL VU
- Software used: Rhino and Revit
Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016
Article source: Studio 15b – Architecture + Interior Design
Inspired by an enthusiastic client passionate about colour, Inertia Engineering’s office fit-out is bright and on-trend. Copper accents provide warmth to the corporate white-blue colours that were derived from the company logo. The reception area is flanked by a curved concrete rendered wall that leads you into the custom designed meeting room and further into the spacious open plan office. The curve of the meeting room softens the harsh angles prominent in the space while encouraging a ‘round table’ approach to meetings. Much thought went into the spatial planning of this existing office space in order to compliment the team work flow while providing a generous and practical break out space for employees. A whole wall was dedicated to storage for stationery, archiving and servers which is cleverly disguised by graphical sliding doors with a centrally located functional utility space. The breakout space is framed by timber screening and houses a functional kitchen that provides plenty of storage for individuals and a high bar for informal gatherings. Comfortable upholstered occasional ottomans are scattered in the corner while outdoor ottomans encourage use of the long balcony. Combining the client’s daring attitude to colour with our expertise ensured a successful outcome that will encourage productivity in this functional and bright work place.
Image Courtesy © Studio 15b – Architecture + Interior Design
Friday, November 11th, 2016
Article source: CORE Architects Inc.
12 degrees was designed as an urban infill project, fitting into the context of a mixed use residential area where the city block has buildings that include both the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Ontario College of Art and Design.
Given the artistic nature of the city block, the design became a playful exercise in massing and an anchor to the south-west corner of the block. The design can be read as analogous to the stacking of toy blocks, with one of the blocks skewed at 12 degrees from the others.
Image Courtesy © CORE Architects Inc.
- Architects: CORE Architects Inc.
- Project: 12 Degrees
- Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Software used: REVIT and AutoCad
Friday, November 4th, 2016
Article source: Cerejeira Fontes Arquitectos
The object, the chapel, is a handmade wooden box construction inside a huge18th century stone building, the Seminary of St. Tiago, in the center of Braga, Portugal. Into the renovated two levels space that encloses the Chapel comes some daylight that is very controlled and delicately used by the architects. The space around the chapel is quite dark, so the object appears transparent. The natural light is filtered through its walls, made by thin, horizontal, wooden bars, and gives the architectural body a luminous appearance.
Image Courtesy © José Forte
- Architects: Cerejeira Fontes Arquitectos
- Project: Tree of Life Chapel
- Location: Braga, Portugal
- Photography: José Forte and Asbjørn Andresen
- Software used: REVIT (autodesk)
- Design Team: António Jorge Fontes, André Fontes, Asbjörn Andresen, Joaquim Carvalho(civil engineer)
- Area: 38 m2
- Project year: 2010
- Construction year: 2010
- Finished year: 2010
- Inogorated: October 20, 2011
Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016
Article source: Steven Holl Architects
The new Visual Arts facility for the University of Iowa’s School of Art and Art History provides 126,000 sf of loft- like space for all visual arts media, from ancient metalsmithing techniques to the most advanced virtual reality technologies, including Ceramics, 3D Design, Metal Arts & Jewelry, Sculpture, Printmaking, Painting & Drawing, Graphic Design, Intermedia, Video Art, and Photography. Also housed are galleries, faculty offices, an outdoor rooftop studio, and teaching spaces for Art History.
Image Courtesy © Iwan Baan
- Architects: Steven Holl Architects (Steven Holl, Chris McVoy)
- Project: Visual Arts Building at the University of Iowa
- Location: Iowa, USA
- Photography: Iwan Baan, Eric Dean, Chris McVoy
- Software used: Revit, Rhinoceros 5.0, AutoCAD
- Client: University of Iowa
- Project architect: Rychiee Espinosa
- Project team: Garrick Ambrose, Bell Ying Yi Cai, Christiane Deptolla, JongSeo Lee, Johanna Muszbek, Garrett Ricciardi, Filipe Taboada, Jeanne Wellinger, Human Tieliu Wu, Christina Yessios
- Associate architects: BNIM Architects
- Structural engineer: Buro Happold and Structural Engineering Associates (SEA)
- Lighting consultant: L’Observatoire International
- Sustainability engineer: Transsolar
- Mechanical engineer: Design Engineers
- Curtain wall consultant: WJ Higgins & Co.
- Civil engineer: Shive-Hattery
- Audio/visual consultant: The Sextant Group Inc.
- Size: 126000f
- Year: 2010 – 2016
Saturday, October 29th, 2016
Article source: Papasotiriou + associates architects
Nikitas dental clinic located in Ilioupoli, a suburb in Thessaloniki, which name means City of Sun so, the main idea was set up a clinic with strong contrast and intense light. White pure clean surfaces were selected both for furniture and paneling and a strong grey wall is standing between the main public spaces and the utility rooms.
Image Courtesy © Papasotiriou + associates architects
- Architects: Papasotiriou + associates architects
- Project: NIKITAS DENTAL CLINIC
- Location: Ilioupoli, Greece
- Software used: Revit, Sketch up, Rhinoceros and Keyshot
- Dental equipment: Sinadent
- Furniture: Almeco
- Lighting: Petridis
- Κitchen counter: Cms
- Construction materials: knauf, isomat
- Glass / custom doors: Houhoulidakis
- Tiles: Zartaloudis
Friday, October 28th, 2016
Article source: m3architecture
m3architecture has designed stage one of the alterations and additions for the University of Queensland’s (UQ) Architecture School, set within the existing Zelman Cowen building.
Image Courtesy © Brett Boardman
- Architects: m3architecture
- Project: University of Queensland School of Architecture
- Location: Queensland, Australia
- Photography: Brett Boardman
- Software used: Revit
Sunday, October 9th, 2016
Article source: Arkitema Architects
Jagtens Hus is situated on Mols peninsula in the eastern part of Jutland, Denmark, and is the new domicile for the Danish Hunter Association. In the two main longhouses you find the association’s administration, laboratory, education facilities, cantina and a build-in “hunting lodge”, all of which is closely linked to the surrounding nature. The black buildings are kept neutral and rough, to make room for the woods, the meadow and Kalø Inlet all of which embraces the domicile.
Image Courtesy © Niels Nygaard
- Architects: Arkitema Architects (Mette Julie Skibsholt Morten Kramer, Jacob Østerløw Andersen, Jacob Myrtue Nielsen)
- Project: House of Hunting
- Location: Molsvej 34, 8410 Rønde, Denmark
- Photography: Niels Nygaard
- Software used: Revit 2015
- Client: Danmarks Jægerforbund (the Danish Hunter Association)
- Contractor: Raustrup A/S
- Landscape: Arkitema Urban
- Engineer: Sweco
- Size: 2253 m²
- Year: 2013-2016