Archive for the ‘SketchUp’ Category
Wednesday, October 4th, 2017
Article source: Aresto Arquitetura
The single storey house of 294 m² is designed for a couple with adult sons who visit their parents frequently.
With an \”L\” shaped plan, the main goals of the project were to make a home accessible, easy to maintain and simple to build.
Image Courtesy © Aresto Arquitetura
- Architects: Aresto Arquitetura
- Project: Brazilian single storey house
- Location: Brazil
- Software used: SketchUp, Autocad, Revit.
Thursday, September 28th, 2017
Article source: Studio AC
For the Richview Residence, Studio AC was tasked with creating a concept that maintained an open layout while housing as much storage as possible for this growing family. The Richview project was a full interior renovation to reimagine the function of a home from its 50 year old layout, broken up into small rooms, to its modern day counterpart, an open, functional and intimate layout.
Image Courtesy © Studio AC
- Architects: Studio AC
- Project: Richview Residence
- Location: Toronto, Canada
- Software used: SketchUp, Revit, V-Ray
Monday, September 25th, 2017
Article source: PHILIP STEJSKAL ARCHITECTURE
The project site sits on the corner of two quiet suburban streets in the beach-side suburb of South Fremantle. The area is characterised by single storey weatherboard workers’ cottages of the late 19th Century. Many have been restored, typically brought back to their original footprint of 2 rooms and a corridor, lean-to accretions of subsequent decades removed to make way for a new extension, which is a summary also of our project.
Image Courtesy © Philip Stejskal
- Architects: PHILIP STEJSKAL ARCHITECTURE
- Project: Parmelia Street House
- Location: South Fremantle, Western Australia
- Software used: Vectorworks, SketchUp
- Client: Richard Hobbs & Gillian Henderson
- Year Commenced (design): 2015
- Year Completed: 2017
Wednesday, September 20th, 2017
Article source: Nacho Gias Studio with Tomas Gruber
Ma mama, A qui li rifrega Delacroix?! (But mum, who cares about Delacroix?!)
That was the question thrown by a child to his mum while I was waiting on a huge line for the Louvre Museum, in Paris. It made me smile until I realized that the child’s premise was full of truth, it kept a reality that we forget so often.
Image Courtesy © Nacho Gias Studio with Tomas Gruber
Sunday, September 17th, 2017
Article source: Shoshani Architects
The King Solomon School is a Jewish, bilingual and International school in the center of Israel. It promotes holistic education.
The design concept is based on the wish to translate the pedagogical – philosophical idea of the holistic education to an exciting learning experience.
The Star of David symbol was the formal inspiration for the design. The inner shape- created from the intersection of the two triangles- is a hexagon, a shape with universal values.
The library space is attractive to children that would constantly refresh and continue to captivate their interest in books, in reading and in learning, Image Courtesy © Tal Nisim
- Interior Design: Sarit Shani Hay
- Architects: Shoshani Architects
- Project: King solomon elementary school
- Location: Israel
- Photography: Tal Nisim
- Software used: SketchUp, Autocad
- Commissioned by: King Solomon Hakfar Hayarok
- Area: 2800 sq.m
- Date: September 2014 (first building), May 2016 (second building)
Thursday, September 14th, 2017
Article source: AR Studio Architects
Located in the city of Vale de Cambra, the Casa da Eira (literally “The House of the threshing-floor”) was a rehabilitation challenge with about 400m2 of construction.
A century-old house that was very degraded and needed a major overhaul, that would revive the memory of the original design without forgetting the current needs. The owner wanted a residence where he could have a traditional and familiar setting, not forgetting its irreverent and creative side. A place where friends are always welcome.
Image Courtesy © Soraia Oliveira (architect)
- Architects: AR Studio Architects
- Project: Eira House
- Location: Vale de Cambra, Portugal
- Photography: Soraia Oliveira (architect)
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, V-Ray
- Responsible Architects: Daniel Antunes and Ricardo Russo
- Contributors: João Ferreira, Ivan Clife, Soraia Oliveira
- General Contractor: Rogério Martins Construções
- Sub-contracts: Tecober lda, Ricardo Oliveira, Cruz e Pinho lda, Kimpala lda, Jorge Carpintarias.
- Area: 400m2
- Year of the Project: 2016
Monday, September 4th, 2017
Article source: Tripper Arquitetura
The project starts from the interlocution between a topography that, concomitantly, shapes and is shaped by architecture. Conceived by the architect Marcelo Moura, from the Rio de Janeiro office Tripper Arquitetura, the residence is composed of a succession of overlapping plans, each one starting from the encounter with the ground to launch itself in cantilever, a fact that ends up establishing a double condition: The house is contiguous to the land, providing a perception of single-storey house on all floors, while the floors become slabs in suspension, that is, terraces in height. Through them, the architectural proposition approaches the tradition of the great Brazilian colonial house – the house surrounded by the generous porch. These solariums and balconies are the intermediation between the intimate spaces of the house and the exuberant natural landscape that surrounds it.
Image Courtesy © Denilson Machado – MCA Estudio
- Architects: Tripper Arquitetura
- Project: Casa Portobello
- Location: Mangaratiba, Rio de Janeiro – Brasil
- Photography: Denilson Machado – MCA Estudio
- Software used: SketchUp, V-Ray, Autocad
- Team: Marcelo de Souza Moura (author), Fabio Barbosa (architect), Gabriela Perez Chaves (architect), Mariana Santiago (architecture intern – illustration)
- Architect: Marcelo de Souza Moura (author)
- Contractor: Driannus Engenharia
Tuesday, August 29th, 2017
Article source: Le Atelier
Our client spent her whole childhood in this apartment, and we were to make it Home for her and her husband. It makes a great difference between reconstructing an old apartment and working with a new one, where you should simply customize and personalize an empty box. In this project the space, originally, was not empty, but was full of memories and emotions. This is exactly the case when you are facing a dual task — you should keep the memories skipping some them and adding something new at the same time. A lot of our spatial decisions were based on this very idea of duality.
Image Courtesy © Le Atelier
- Architects: Le Atelier
- Project: Pirogovka Apartment
- Location: Moscow, Russia
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp
Friday, August 25th, 2017
Article source: Vander Velpen Architects
Dieter Vander Velpen Architects remodelled a 70’s house near the Belgian town of Leuven, to create a new kitchen and bathroom for the owners, with clean lines but a warm material palette including bronze, Walnut veneer, Travertine and Calacatta marble.
Image Courtesy © Thomas De Bruyne
- Architects: Vander Velpen Architects
- Project: BC House
- Location: Leuven, Belgium
- Photography: Thomas De Bruyne
- Software used: Autocad, Vectorworks, SketchUp
- Project Team: Dieter Vander Velpen, Hilke Baart, Hans Verelst
- Completion: 2017
Friday, August 25th, 2017
Article source: Graham Baba Architects
Part arts initiative and part residential development, 325 Westlake merges old and new structures to create a building that preserves the character of the existing building and the site, while ensuring its continued usefulness. Rents from the residential development fund MadArt, an arts initiative focused on connecting emerging artists with the community in unexpected ways. MadArt, which runs the studio space occupying the storefront, makes it possible to engage with art and artists every day, making artists and residents richer through their programmatic partnership.
Image Courtesy © Benjamin Benschneider
- Architects: Graham Baba Architects
- Project: 325 WESTLAKE
- Location: Seattle, Washington, USA
- Software used: AutoCad, SketchUp, Adobe
- Photography: Benjamin Benschneider, Tim Bies, James Harnois
- Design Team: Brett Baba, Jim Graham, Leann Crist, Lauren Strang
- Project Team: Graham Baba Architects (architecture), MA Wright Structural Engineers (structural engineering), PanGeo Geotechnical Engineers (geotechnical engineering), Lighting Designs, Inc. (lighting), JRS Engineering (building envelope), Sparling (acoustical), Brian Paquette Interiors (loft apartment styling), Electrical (design build), Inform Interiors (penthouse styling), Schuchart (contractor)