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Pink Bar in Paris, France by Jakob+MacFarlane

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

Article source: Jakob+MacFarlane

The bar is a new project, built inside the volume of previously housing the cloakroom and restrooms.  This new ‘Pink’ space, as second generation project, is conceived as a resultant element based on the same grid of the original restaurant project.  Instead of deforming the grid to create the surfaced volumes, we instead carved out a resultant volume from a 3D matrix of 40 cubic centimetres, a micro division of the original building grid at the Centre Pompidou.  This matrix is built from 10mm aluminium sheets using laser cutting technology.

Images Courtesy Nicolas Borel

  • Architect: Jakob+MacFarlane
  • Name of Project: Pink Bar
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Design: 2005
  • Total floor area: 30m²
  • Photography: Nicolas Borel, Jean Ber
  • Software used: Rhino and AutoCAD

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Int the Field in Brooklyn, NY by BanG studio

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Article source: BanG studio

For the festival of Sukkot (Wednesday, October 12 – Wednesday, October 19) Congregation Beth Elohim in Brooklyn has commissioned a community sukkah to be designed by Babak Bryan, AIA & Henry Grosman, Principals of B-an-G Studio and winners of 2010’s Sukkah City competition. The duo’s design Fractured Bubble, was selected as the People’s Choice Sukkah of New York City at the 2010 competition hosted by ReBoot in Union Square, NYC.

Inside

  • Architects: BanG studio
  • Project: Int the Field
  • Location: Brooklyn, NY
  • Software used: Rhino with Grasshopper as well as 3DMax and Photoshop for rendering

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TRILUX Pavilion in San Francisco, California by Future Cities Lab (designed using Rhino, Grasshopper, and Kangaroo)

Saturday, November 5th, 2011

Article source: Future Cities Lab

TRILUX is an experimental pavilion constructed out of three vertical wooden lattice structures. It creates an illuminated beacon anchoring the corner of the site and inviting the neighborhood to participate in the museum activities that take place inside it. TRILUX is fabricated by combining traditional steam-bending techniques with CNC milled and laser cut components. The south faces of TRILUX host hundreds of curved spiked shade quills. Visitors view the sky through three unique woven oculi and in the evening lights illuminate the interior lattices.

Images Courtesy Peter Prato

  • Architect: Future Cities Lab
  • Name of Project: TRILUX Pavilion
  • Location: Museum of Craft and Design Pop-Up Exhibition at Proxy, Hayes Valley [Octavia St + Hayes St], San Francisco, California
  • Design + Fabrication: Future Cities Lab – Jason Kelly Johnson and Nataly Gattegno, with Ripon DeLeon
  • Photography: Peter Prato
  • Software used: Rhino with these plugins – Grasshopper, a parametric modeler and Kangaroo a Live Physics engine

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Greenhouse and Cabinet of Future Fossils by Jenny E. Sabin

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Article source: Jenny E. Sabin

A greenhouse for the 21st century stands in the American Philosophical Society’s (APS) garden. An outgrowth of the Museum’s current exhibition, it was conceived by artist and architectural designer Jenny Sabin. Her ecologically savvy structure re-envisions greenhouse architecture using digital design tools. It is also a striking work of art.

Interior view looking West (Image Courtesy Brent Wahl)

  • Architects: Jenny E. Sabin
  • Project: Greenhouse and Cabinet of Future Fossils
  • Consulting Engineer: Tristan Simmonds
  • Fabricator: Mikael Avery, Draft Works LLC
  • Design and Production Team: Mikael Avery, James Fleet Hower, Jason Jackson, AnoosheyRahim, Kathryn Rufe, Meagan Whetstone
  • Software used: Rhino 3D and Rhinoscript, 3D Studio Max, Bentley Generative Components

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Species Deposit in Legazpi, Madrid by Langarita-Navarro Arquitectos (designed using AutoCAD, Rhino, and Grasshopper)

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Article source: María Langarita and Víctor Navarro

Matadero Madrid’s elevated water tower  is a singular work: a concrete structure standing 25 meters high and 14 in diameter, located on the southern edge of the new contemporary creation space. The tower, which originally was surrounded by small garden pavilions for workers at the complex, now rests on a lot that has functioned in recent years as a makeshift parking zone and a space for stock and support of artistic activities.  This earth-covered area, in which some of the plant species that inhabited the gardens still survive, will, in the near future, cover an underground transport hub and be transformed into a paved plaza providing access to the cultural facility.

Image Courtesy Miguel de Guzmán

  • Architects: Langarita-Navarro Arquitectos
  • Project: Species Deposit
  • Location: Legazpi, Madrid
  • Architect Design: María Langarita and Víctor Navarro
  • Collaborators: Gonzalo Gutiérrez, Juan Palencia, Ana Rosales;
  • Landscaping: Jerónimo Hagerman;
  • Client: Matadero Madrid
  • Completion date: 2011
  • Software used: Autocad 2011, Rhino 4, Grasshopper

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LegacyER in Frisco, Texas by 5G Studio Collaborative (designed using AutoCAD and Rhino 3D)

Sunday, October 30th, 2011

Article source: 5G Studio Collaborative, llc

LegacyER is a free-standing 6,200 GSF Emergency and Urgent Care facility in Frisco, Texas, consisting of Urgent Care Rooms, Special Treatment Rooms, Radiology Suites, and Trauma Suites organized around an elemental ceiling spine, originating from the point of patient entry, that bisects through the interior spaces.  Aiming for rigorous simplicity and clarity of occupant flow, spatial qualities are likewise mapped logically through the use of light, reflectivity, and translucency.

Southeast Corner (Image Courtesy Charles Davis Smith-AIA)

  • Architects: 5G Studio Collaborative, llc
  • Project: LegacyER
  • Location:Frisco, Texas, USA
  • Client Name: LegacyER
  • Structural Consultant: Armstrong-Douglass Partners, LLC
  • Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Consultant:Telios, PC
  • General Contractor: Huffman Builders
  • Construction Completion: August 2008
  • Project Photography: Charles Davis Smith-AIA, Michael Hemme
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Rhino 3D, and PhotoShop

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The Patient Gardener in Politecnico di Milano, Italy by Visiondivision

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Article source: Visiondivision

Visiondivision was invited as guest professors by Politecnico di Milano for their week-long workshop MIAW2. The workshop, playing with the metaphor of forests, aimed to generate new visions to explain the contemporary and immediate future ways of being in the spirit of green design, resilience, recycling, and ethical consciousness. Our intention with our project was to construct a study retreat at the campus with patience as the main key for the design. If we can be patient with the building time we can reduce the need for transportation, waste of material and different manufacturing processes, simply by helping nature grow in a more architectonic and useful way. The final result can be enjoyed at Politecnico di Milano in about 60 years from now.

The Patient Gardener

  • Architects: Visiondivision
  • Project: The Patient Gardener
  • Location: Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  • Partners in charge: Anders Berensson & Ulf Mejergren
  • Curators: Laura Daglio & Oscar Bellini
  • Students/Architects/Builders: Rachele Albini, Giada Albonico, Jacopo Biasio, Sara Caramaschi, Elisa Carraro, Desislava Dimitrova, Cristina Gatti, Elisa Gulino, Mariya Hasamova, Nina Mikhailova, Ottavia Molatore, Joao Molinar, Azadeh Moradiasr, Mohyedin Navabzadeh Navabi, Giuseppe Maria Palermo, Riccardo Somaini, Bogdan Stojanovic
  • Organizers: Luca Maria Francesco & Fabris Efisia Cipolloni
  • Project area: 50 sqm
  • Project year: 2011-2090
  • Software used: A mix of Rhino, Autocad, Photoshop and some Maya

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Lotus Park in Wujin, China by Studio505

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

Article source: Studio505

Australian architects and designers studio505 are currently completing a series of iconic projects in a new cultural precinct in Victoria’s ‘sister state’ Jiangsu Province in China.

Lotus

  • Architects: Studio505
  • Project: Lotus Park
  • Location: Wujin, China
  • Software used: Rhino, Revit, Illustrator, 3D Studio Max, Photoshop

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Thicket Installation in Manchester, Tennessee by Sanders Pace Architecture (designed using Rhino)

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

Article source: Sanders Pace Architecture

Objective

This project was submitted to an open call for proposals for Pod Art installations at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.  Our proposal sought to create a reprieve from the visual stimulation present at the annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee.  The installation provided a spatially interactive experience – one which can be simultaneously viewed and occupied.  A 30′ x 30′ gridded field of 1 1/2″ diameter bamboo poles defined the installation while selectively removed zones created privacy and enclosure within an otherwise vast, undefined 600+ acre event.  The tight placement of poles also provided dappled shade projecting into internal spaces located within the gridded field.  Ultimately, This dense bamboo grid created an inhabitable thicket to be experienced and explored by the festivalgoer.

 

Images Courtesy Sanders Pace Architecture

  • ARCHITECT: Sanders Pace Architecture
  • NAME OF PROJECT: Thicket Installation
  • LOCATION: Manchester, Tennessee
  • SIZE: 900 Square Feet (x2 pods)
  • COST: $3,000.00 (Material Cost)
  • COMPLETION: Summer 2011
  • PROJECT TEAM: Brandon Pace, Michael Davis, Michael Aktalay, Larry Davis, Matthew Davis, Carah Ferry, Will Spencer, Garrett Ferry, Ashley Pace, John Sanders, Stephanie Dowdy, David Scott, Shane Elliot, Leslie Smith
  • Software used: Rhino for 3d and a whole lot of photoshop and illustrator on the digital things.  A physical model was also produced.

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The CityDeck in Green Bay, Wisconsin by Stoss Landscape Urbanism

Saturday, October 15th, 2011

Article source: Stoss Landscape Urbanism

The CityDeck is the heart of a multi-phase redevelopment project along Green Bay’s Fox River. The project aims to allow for significantly increased access to the river and to diversify social and ecological life along it.

EXISTING CONDITIONS + CHALLENGES

The site is a 2-acre strip of land, typically measuring 50 to 60 feet wide, that runs along the edge of the Fox River in downtown Green Bay. It is about one-quarter-mile in length and is situated between two bridges that cross the river. At the project’s beginning, adjacent parcels were empty, abandoned (a large yellow warehouse), or in use as parking lots. Nearby buildings turned their back on the riverfront. Unsurprisingly, there was little social or civic life here, and no reason to visit; the elevated walk along existing bulkhead walls prevented any direct access down to the river—as well as up to the city from boats.

Images Courtesy Mike Roemer

  • Architect: Stoss Landscape Urbanism
  • Project Name: The CityDeck
  • Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA
  • Client: City of Green Bay
  • Completion Date: Phase 1 opened in stages in 2009 and 2010. Phases 2 and 3 are scheduled for completion in 2011-2012.
  • Photographer: Stoss Landscape Urbanism, Mike Roemer, Jeff Mirkes
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Rhino, and Adobe CS

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