Archive for the ‘SketchUp’ Category
Friday, January 20th, 2017
Article source: GLR arquitectos
Placed in one of the most exclusive and privileged zones of Monterrey with an incomparable view towards the “Sierra Madre Oriental”, we found the “Sorteo Tec’s House 202”.
The residence is a tribute to Barragán, a great Mexican architect in whose designs abounds the strong presence of the light. This brightness is being reinterpreted in the project with a stunning wall covered in a golden sheet, which is also a tribute to another great artist named Mathias Goeritz.
Its shinning gives the home a magical touch that extends across the entire building, like a modern Domus Aurea.
Image Courtesy © Javier Callejas Sevilla
- Architects: GLR arquitectos (Gilberto L. Rodríguez) in collaboration with Estudio Campo Baeza (Alberto Campo Baeza)
- Project: Domus Aurea
- Location: Monterrey, Nuevo León, México
- Photography: Javier Callejas Sevilla
- Software used: Autocad and SketchUp
- Project Team: Pamela Díaz de León, David Alatorre, Viviana Ortíz, Mauricio Bárcenas, Katia Radilla, Guillermo Durán, Alejandro Cervilla García, Ignacio Aguirre López, María Pérez de Camino Díez, Elena Jiménez Sánchez, Tommaso Campiotti, Imanol Iparraguirre Barbero
- Extension: 550 M2
- Year: 2012 – 2015
Friday, January 20th, 2017
Article source: Estudio ALA
Nail it is a nail-art studio located in Jalisco, Mexico.
Making reference to the colorful palette of nail polishing products, the project was designed with a strong palette to create an identity that could be replicated in any commercial space without loosing the feeling of the studio.
Image Courtesy © César Béjar
- Architects: Estudio ALA
- Project: Nail IT
- Location: Zapopan, Jalisco, México
- Photography: César Béjar
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Vray
- Client: Nail It
- Area: 85 m2
- Year: 2015
Tuesday, January 17th, 2017
Article source: Jan Couwenberg Architectuur
In the village of Vlijmen this house was designed for an elderly couple, who wanted to keep on living in this house as long as possible. Therefore, most of the program is located on ground level, on top only a spare bed- and bathroom are being made. The box from the ground level is being perforated with voids, where a small patio, wooden Western Red Cedar parts, or windows were made. By making this rhythm, a car port and patio-shaped exteriors give the house an extra layer between in- and outside.
Image Courtesy © Jan Couwenberg Architectuur
Saturday, January 14th, 2017
Article source: Creative Group
The principal aim of designing Chennai Airport was to minimize the heat gain and maximize the day lighting throughout the terminal as much as possible. High level of sustainability in nearly every aspect of design, including restoration of the native landscape, passive energy conservation strategies, material selection, onsite storm water detention, and on site waste water treatment and dispersal systems are being aimed at.
Chennai Airport, which is a prominent gateway to South India, has been specially designed for attaining a high level of sustainability in nearly every aspect of design. With its beautiful lush green gardens and smart calculative design, this structure is a landmark in the architectural world which redefines the future possibilities. This project, which is termed as “The Greenest Airport “ by The Architectural Record is designed by Ms Creative Group, under the charismatic leadership of Prof. Charanjit Shah and Ar. Gurpreet Shah. Creative Group, in association with Gensler and Frederic Schwartz Architects, won the international design competition for Chennai Airport in 2007 on the basis of its innovative energy efficient design. This mega infrastructure project of Airports Authority of India is built with a cost of Rs 2012 Crores which sprawls over a total area of more than 2,50,000 Sqm.
Image Courtesy © Creative Group
- Architects: Creative Group
- Project: Chennai Airport
- Location: Chennai, India
- Software used: SketchUp and Autocad
- Client: Airport Authority of India
- Structure Steel: Structure
- Steel: Over 15000 tons
- Concrete: More than 5,00,000 cubic meters
- Kalzip roofing: Over 65,000 square meters
- Double glass unit: Over 40,000 square meters
- Site Area: 100 acres
- Built-Up Area: 2,03,200 sq.mts.
- Building Height: 38 metres
- Cost of the Project: 2015 crores
- Construction Period: 2007 – 2012
Friday, January 6th, 2017
Article source: LUND HAGEM ARKITEKTER AS
Situated at 982 meters above sea level, this cabin has harsh winter conditions and heavy snowfall. The site has a panoramic view overlooking the valley of Geilo. During winter the cabin is only accessible with ski or snowmobile.
Image Courtesy © Marc Goodwin
- Architects: LUND HAGEM ARKITEKTER AS
- Project: Cabin Geilo
- Location: Gilo, Norway
- Photography: Marc Goodwin
- Software used: Microstation and SketchUp
- Size: 150 m2
- Completion: 2015
Friday, January 6th, 2017
Article source: Fokkema & Partners Architecten
Fokkema & Partners developed the interior design for the new – energy neutral – City Hall of Krimpen with an energy label A++. A welcoming entrance invites citizens to visit the City Hall for the services in the public area, which have open counters with a view through the building and to water around it. Flexibility fits the new way of working in the City Hall, which translates to a large diversity of workplaces and ways to arrange various spaces.
Image Courtesy © Horizon Photoworks
- Architects: Fokkema & Partners Architecten (Marieke van Schaaijk, Rick Rijkse)
- Project: Raadhuis
- Location: Krimpen aan den IJssel, The Netherlands
- Photography: Horizon Photoworks
- Software used: SketchUp and Autocad
- Client: Gemeente Krimpen aan den IJssel
- Size: 1.700 m²
- Start: September 2013
- Status: Delivered April 2015
Tuesday, December 27th, 2016
Article source: Ludwig.Schoenle
The Plane-Tree-Cube was designed as a contribution for the Regional Horticultural Show in Nagold in 2012. It was conceptualized as a long-term Baubotanik experiment within an urban context. By the help of “Plan Addition” techniques, a green cube with an edge length of 10 meters was created that, right from the beginning, had the dimension of a full-grown tree. Initially, young plane trees are arranged in plant containers on six levels. They form green walls around a space open to the sky.
Image Courtesy © Ludwig.Schoenle
- Architects: Ludwig.Schoenle
- Project: Platanenkubus Nagold (Plane Tree Cube Nagold)
- Location: Nagold, Germany
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Photoshop, Illustrator
- Lead Architects: Ferdinand Ludwig, Daniel Schönle
- Client: Landesgartenschau Nagold 2012 GmbH
- Plants and plant maintenance: Helix Plant Systems
- Engineering: Brocke Engineers, Stuttgart
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): ca. 100m²
- Completion Year: 2012
Thursday, December 22nd, 2016
Article source: Wiegerinck architectuur en stedenbouw
Invitation to innovate
In the design for the new incubator and multi-tenant building on the university campus in Wageningen, start-ups and knowledge-intensive technological businesses in the agro and food sectors will have a place for research and open innovation.
‘Plus Ultra’ means ‘there will always be unchartered territory to be discovered and explored’ (see footnote) and symbolizes the commitment to continuous innovation.
Image Courtesy © Kim Zwarts
- Architects: Wiegerinck architectuur en stedenbouw
- Project: PLVS VLTRA
- Location: Wageningen university and research center, Netherlands
- Photography: Kim Zwarts
- Software used: SketchUp, Revit, Autocad, Photoshop, InDesign
- Lead Architects: Bert Muijres, Roy Pype, Tim Loeters
- Client: Kadans Science Partner
- Contractor: Hendriks Bouwbedrijf
- Constructions advisor: Archimedes
- Advisor installations: Van Looy Group
- Landscape architecture: Poelmans Reesink
- Constructions: Goudstikker de Vries
- Technical Installations: Schrijvers Electrotechniek
- BEEAM advisor: C2N
- Physics: Peutz
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 7600
- Completion Year: 2016
Thursday, December 15th, 2016
Article source: IDEEA Interior Design & Architecture
Ruta 40 is a workspace characterised by a strong home-like feeling. The design meets the need for a space for informal interaction as well as a welcoming place to work. The office was created in a light-filled mansard, previously used as a residential flat. Every space has its own precise function. The living room became a comfortable lounge, the kitchen, which is hidden in the lounge, can host up to two work stations, the bathroom is like a tiny spa, with a bench for relaxing and enjoying the view laid out on the walls, and the two bedrooms were transformed into warm, welcoming offices.
Image Courtesy © IDEEA Interior Design & Architecture
Sunday, December 11th, 2016
Article source: LANZA Atelier
House L project derives from the need to create a new connection for the rooms of an existing house in Valle de Bravo, in a very beautiful natural environment. So far, some romos were accessed through other rooms and why the owners did not feel comfortable to invite friends because they could not offer them privacy.
The initial project also included a new two-story independent volume, which functioned as an apartment with a living room, bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette.
Image Courtesy © Onnis Luque
- Architects: LANZA Atelier (Isabel Abascal and Alessandro Arienzo)
- Project: L House
- Location: New York, USA
- Photography: Onnis Luque
- Software used: SketchUp, Autocad
- Team: Alejandro Márquez, Jéssica Hernández
- Constructed area: 58 m2
- Year: 2016