Archive for the ‘Revit’ Category
Friday, May 13th, 2016
Article source: Compass Atelier
The house has been built on a similar foundation base. The floor plan is the same and the central staircase is located at the same part of the building. However, the solution of the inner layout of the house is different.
Image Courtesy © Pavel Meluš
- Architects: Compass Atelier
- Project: House Brusnicova B
- Location: Brusnicová Street, Bratislava, Slovakia
- Photography: Pavel Meluš
- Software used: Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD
- Area: 330 m²
- Project year: 2014
Thursday, May 12th, 2016
Article source: sage and coombe architects
Built as part of New York City’s Design Excellence program within both the Department of Parks and Recreation and the DDC, the Ocean Breeze Indoor Athletic Facility sits within a new 110-acre park being developed as a part of former Mayor Bloomberg’s PlaNYC initiative, whose primary goal was to bring large scale regional parks to every borough. Located on Staten Island’s Eastern Shore, the building overlooks the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, lower Manhattan, and the Freedom Tower.
Image Courtesy © Alexa Hoyer
- Architects: sage and coombe architects
- Project: Ocean Breeze Track & Fieldhouse
- Location: 625 Father Capodanno Blvd., Staten Island, New York, USA
- Photography: Paul Warchol and Alexa Hoyer
- Software used: AutoCad, Revit, 3d Studio, Rhino, Ecotect, Excel, Photoshop/Illustrator, Powerpoint, BlueBeam
- Client: NYC Dept of Parks and Recreation, Construction management by NYC DDC
- Site: 110 acres
- Building: 135,000 SF
- Completion Date: 2016
Thursday, May 12th, 2016
Article source: m3architecture
M3architecture designed Mount Alvernia College’s new La Verna Building, Anthony Building and La Foresta Garden.
After being commissioned to complete the College’s master plan in 2011, the firm proposed a school based around three gardens; a community garden, a garden for gathering and a recreation garden.
Image Courtesy © CFJ_Mt-Alvernia
- Architects: m3architecture
- Project: Mount Alvernia College
- Location: Kedron, Queensland, Australia
- Photography: CFJ_Mt-Alvernia
- Software used: Revit
Tuesday, May 10th, 2016
Article source: Snohetta
The MAX IV Laboratory, a high-performance synchrotron radiation laboratory, is under construction on 19 hectares (47 acres) of traditional, productive land outside the city of Lund in southern Sweden. This advanced research laboratory will be the first built structure of the future ‘Science City’ in the Brunnshög area northeast of Lund.
Image Courtesy © Snøhetta and Fojab
- Architects: Snohetta
- Project: The MAX IV Laboratory
- Location: Sweden
- Software used: Rhino, Grasshopper, AutoCAD, Revit
- Photography: ABML4, Inge Ove Tysnes, Snøhetta and Fojab, ABML4/Felix Gerlach, Klas Andersson
Friday, May 6th, 2016
Article source: Elliott + Associates Architects
The connection of rowing, art and music contains surprising similarities such as rhythm, flow, and movement. The goal was to create an architectural spirit that embodies the similarities shared by these three disciplines. We hope you see the abstract connections in the architectural form and light. Some connections are quiet and some connections are bold. Imagine a song inspired by rowing. It would be a composition cooler than the far side of the pillow.
The river side building prow is marked by gold LED lights emphasizing form inspired by a rowing shell. The concrete platform is within 10’ of the river’s edge, Image Courtesy © Gray City Studios (Scott McDonald)
Friday, May 6th, 2016
Article source: Chang Kyu Lee
A house is a place of habitation—a dwelling and shelter. A house is also a home—a place of identity. Just as an individual’s identity is personal (private) and social (public), the home is also a shelter separated from the world (inward) and a place of center from which to explore the world (outward).
Image Courtesy © GEBDESIGN
- Architect: Chang Kyu Lee
- Project: One House_House for Family of Four
- Location: Pangyo, Korea
- Software used: Rhino and Cad with Revit
Tuesday, April 19th, 2016
Article source: DP6 architecture studio with 3TO architects
Neushoorn (Rhinoceros) in Leeuwarden is a popular music venue and a school, all in one building. In collaboration with 3TO, DP6 architecture studio has designed a building that can take a bit of rough treatment while stimulating creativity. A dynamic building that fits into its urban context and delivers its function as a music venue and school.
Image Courtesy © Jonathan van Dijk
- Architects: DP6 architecture studio with 3TO architects
- Project: Neushoorn
- Location: Ruiterskwartier 41, 8911 BP Leeuwarden, Netherlands
- Photography: Kristian Hoekman, Jonathan van Dijk
- Software used: Revit
- Client: Municipality of Leeuwarden
- Technical Design: De Zwarte Hond, Groningen
- Contractor: Hegeman Oost, Nijverdal
- Consultants: Jansen Wesselink, Drachten Deerns Netherlands, Rijswijk Peutz, Haren Basalt, Nieuwegein Theateradvies, Amsterdam Stevens Van Dijck, Zoetermeer
Friday, April 15th, 2016
Article source: Álvaro Planchuelo
The Cabañeros National Park Visitors Center and Interactive Museum is a public architectonic intervention whose main objective is to promote ecotourism in the populations that forms the environment of the park, through information, exhibition, research and care of the main values of this natural space.
Image Courtesy © Ricardo Santonja / Alberto Cubas
- Architects: Álvaro Planchuelo
- Project: Cabañeros National Park Visitors Center and Interactive Museum
- Location: Horcajo de los Montes, Ciudad Real, Spain
- Photography: Ricardo Santonja / Alberto Cubas
- Collaborating architects: Susana Sánchez-Izquierdo, Laura de Aurora, Luis de la Infanta
- Collaboration museography project: Lunatus / Expociencia
- Engineerings: Prosec S.L. (Structure), Reolid Consulting (Facilities)
- Promoter: Organismo Autónomo Parques Nacionales (OAPN). Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino.
- Area: 4.637 m2
- Open date: Octubre 2015
- Software used: Autocad, Revit, Presto
Thursday, April 14th, 2016
Article source: KAAN Architecten
The new building of the Supreme Court of the Netherlands by KAAN Architecten has been decidedly integrated into the elegant historic city centre of The Hague. The building, which houses a staff of 350, verges on large: 104 metres long, 22 metres deep and 27 metres tall. These dimensions, with the measured vibrancy of its facades, add some allure to this part of the city centre.
The plane trees and six legal scholars in bronze seated on pedestals make for a wide gateway on the Korte Voorhout, a royal route leading to the buildings from Parliament. The entrance hall seems to have been chiselled from a solid block of marble. It serves as a sturdy base for the superstructure of glass panels and slender latticework. These and other ostensible contradictions seem to reflect the work of the Supreme Court itself. Open and closed, distinguished and functional, hard and ethereal, rough and refined – all exist alongside routine business, on which judgements are passed with great clarity of mind.
Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra _ FG+SG
- Architects: KAAN Architecten, (Kees Kaan, Vincent Panhuysen, Dikkie Scipio)
- Project: The Supreme Court of the Netherlands
- Location: Korte Voorhout 8, The Hague, The Netherlands
- Photography: Fernando Guerra _ FG+SG, Dominique Panhuysen, Sebastian van Damme
- Client: Rijksvastgoedbedrijf
- Design team: Allard Assies, Luca Baialardo, Christophe Banderier, Bas Barendse, Dennis Bruijn, Timo Cardol, Sebastian van Damme, Marten Dashorst, Luuk Dietz, Willemijn van Donselaar, Paolo Faleschini, Raluca Firicel, Michael Geensen, Cristina Gonzalo Cuairán, Joost Harteveld, Walter Hoogerwerf, Michiel van der Horst, Marlon Jonkers, Jan Teunis ten Kate, Marco Lanna, Giuseppe Mazzaglia, Ana Rivero Esteban, Joeri Spijkers, Koen van Tienen, Noëmi Vos
- Contractor: Consortium Poort van Den Haag: BAM PPP B.V., PGGM, BAM Bouw en Techniek B.V., ISS Nederland B.V. and KAAN Architecten
- Structural engineering: Arup Nederland
- Electrical engineering: BAM Bouw en Techniek
- Mechanical engineering: Arup Nederland
- Site supervision: KAAN Architecten, BAM Bouw en Techniek
- Artwork: “Hoge Raad” (oil on canvas, 400 x 647 cm, 2015) by Helen Verhoeven
- Software used: Autodesk, AutoCAD and Revit (more…)
Friday, March 4th, 2016
Article source: v2com
The new visitor center is implanted in one of the greatest green space of Montreal; the Maisonneuve Park. The park spreads 63 hectares and allows citizens to practice varied sports all year round, including golf in the summer. The new building houses all the necessary services to operate the park’s driving range and golf course. It thus serves as the golf’s and one of the park’s entry points.
General view, Image Courtesy © Vincent Audy
- Architects: Cardin Ramirez Julien Inc.
- Project: Golf Welcome Pavilion
- Location: Maisonneuve Park, Montréal, Canada
- Photography: Vincent Audy
- Software used: Revit, Autocad, Photoshop