Archive for the ‘Adobe CS’ Category
Tuesday, February 28th, 2012
Article source: Narud Stokke Wiig Architects & Planners, Haptic Architects and Griff Arkitektur
Narud Stokke Wiig Architects & Planners, Haptic Architects and Griff Arkitektur have won the open international competition for the new airBaltic terminal at Riga International Airport.The competition called for “design concepts, both architectural and functional that best captured the aspirations and brand identity of airBaltic”. The first phase will accommodate 7-8 million passengers per annum, whilst the new terminal will eventually cater for 14 million passengers. The organising committee received 125 entries from 70 countries.
Tuesday, February 14th, 2012
Article source: Rosan Bosch
How do you create a school without any walls? In the 30 schools of the Swedish free school organisation Vittra there are no classes or classrooms – instead, the students are taught in groups according to level based on the school’s pedagogical principles of ’the wateringhole’, ’the show-off’, ’the cave’, ’the campfire’ and ’the laboratory’ – didactic approaches that create different types of learning and teaching situations. In Vittra, they do not believe in regular classes and the school organisation’s vision is to create an everyday for the individual students where individual development, a living cultural work and challenging learning environments are most important.
The Lunch Club_ is both a place for working and eating (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)
- Architect: Rosan Bosch
- Project Title: Vittra Telefonplan
- Location: Hägersten, Stockholm, Sweden
- Clients: Vittra A/B
- Photographer: Kim Wendt
- Software used: Autocad and Adobe Suite
Sunday, February 5th, 2012
Article source: Rosan Bosch & Rune Fjord
LEGO’s designers are the luckiest in the world – they get to play with LEGO all day long! Now, the designers of LEGO’s development department, LEGO PMD, has a physical working environment that corresponds to its playful content – a working environment where fun, play and creativity are paramount and where the physical design gives the adults a chance to be part of children’s play. With the values ’fun’, ’unity’, ’creativity & innovation’, ’imagination’ and ’sustainability’ as basis for the design, LEGO PMD has become a unique development department where the designers can become part of the children’s fantasy world. LEGO doesn’t just create fun for others – at LEGO PMD working is fun!
Yellow table bar (Image Courtesy Anders Sune Berg)
- Architects: Rosan Bosch & Rune Fjord
- Project: LEGO PMD
- Location: Billund, Denmark
- Clients: LEGO System A/S
- Designers: Rosan Bosch & Rune Fjord
- Photographer: Anders Sune Berg
- Location of project: Lego System A/S
- Year: 2010
- Project: Design and interior decoration
- Scope: 2000m2
- Materials: Polyurethane floor, carpet, dry wall, acoustic bats w. graphic print, glass partition walls, acoustic ceiling, furniture
- Software used: AutoCad and Adobe Creative Suite
Sunday, January 29th, 2012
Article source: Bunker Arquitectura
What happens when the concept of a project is reduced to a facade in the process of its development? Are purely aesthetic aims valid in architecture? Is façadism something worthwhile? Are we to become architectural dermatologists?
A client contacted us to design a hotel for corporate suites in Napoles, a residential neighborhood in Mexico City that has been rapidly converting to office use over the past few years. The plot was located across the street from the convention center of the World Trade Center, by far the busiest office building in the city. The suites were intended to accommodate businesspeople visiting the WTC and the year round expositions.
Image Courtesy Fabiola Menchelli
- Architects: Bunker Arquitectura
- Project: Filadelfia Corporate Suites
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Partners: Esteban Suarez (Founding Partner) and Sebastian Suarez (Partner)
- Project Leader: Diana Arroyo
- Project Team: Diana Arroyo, Ximena Muhlia, Ana Salcillo, Andrea Vazquezbracho, Jesús Romo Heredia, Jorge Núñez, Diego Jasso, Guillermo Bastián, Ana Hernández & Elizabeth Silíceo
- Collaborators: Jorge Arteaga & Zaida Montañana
- Structural Engineering: Juan Felipe Heredia
- Software used: Autocad, 3d Studio Max, Adobe Creative Suite – Illustrator, Photoshop.
Tuesday, January 10th, 2012
Article source: Architects Collective
The building frame including floor slabs, columns and cores consist of reinforced concrete. The façade construction is made of steel and wherever possible and available, recycling materials shall be used including structural steel, concrete and metal facade panels. The facades are highly insulated to keep the building volume climatically stable and to minimize the need to cool or heat the building. The façade surfaces are covered with recycled sheet metal panels from Dalian shipyards.
Image Courtesy Architects Collective
- Architects: Architects Collective
- Project: Dalian Library
- Location: Dalian, China
- Max. Height : 50 m
- Landscape Area : 20500㎡
- Parking Lot : 300 cars
- Exterior Finish : recycled sheet metal panels from Dalian Shipyards
- Project Team : Andreas Frauscher, Patrick Herold, Richard Klinger, Martin Schorn, Kurt Sattler, Fei Tang
- Competition year : 2011
- Client : Dalian Urban Planning Bureau
- Status of project / expected completion if applicable : Competition entry
- Photo credit : Architects Collective
- Sofwtare used: Rhino, Adobe CS5. AutoCAD
Wednesday, January 4th, 2012
Article source: Ojanen Chiou Architects
Designed by SWA Group with Ojanen Chiou Architects LLP, the 157 hectare Dongtan Central Business Master Plan is at the heart of Dongtan City: a new urban center located just 30 km south of Seoul in South Korea. The development zone is situated on a former agricultural plain that had been taken over by various industrial uses. Bounded by a river to the west and mountainous terrain to the east, this zone is bisected by a major transportation corridor connecting Seoul with the southern reaches of the country. At the core of the development is a transit center that will accommodate high-speed and metropolitan rail stations connecting with a bi-modal (bus + tram) transit system, and long-distance and city buses, establishing Dongtan City as a major regional transit hub.
Transit Oriented City
- Architects: Ojanen Chiou Architects LLP (OCA)
- Project: Transit Oriented City – Dongtan Central Business Master Plan
- Location: Dongtan, South Korea
- Client: Heerim Group
- Landscape/ Master Planner: SWA Group
- Project area: 157 Hectares
- Software used: AutoCAD, Sketchup, Adobe Creative Suite and 3Ds Max
Wednesday, January 4th, 2012
Article source: Peter Stasek Architect
The showroom of the new Light Center Speyer, situated in a factory building, was to be designed as exhibition space, consulting area and meeting place. Here, a frame generating interior design synergy effects was to be created for all latest light trends, technologies and light designs. Its sophisticated structure was to build the backbone of the entire light exhibition, but at the same time was never to overshadow the priority of the lighting objects to be exhibited.
Images Courtesy Peter Appelt
- Architect: Peter Stasek Architect
- Name of Project: Light Center Speyer
- Location: Greater Frankfurt area, Germany
- Client: Light Center Speyer, Speyer, Germany
- Light planning: Licht-Team, Speyer, Germany
- Photographer: Lena Rübsam, Germany
- Software used: Vectorworks Architect 2012 and Photoshop CS 5.1
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
Friday, October 7th, 2011
Article source: Ojanen_Chiou Architects LLP
Kunshan City, China, is known as the birthplace of traditional Kunqu opera, and is renowned for its unique canal townships in the Yangtze River Delta. In 2008, the competition sponsor called for ideas for a new 955,000sm waterfront commercial district at a key oxbow portion of the Wusong River in order to support the area’s booming economy while creating public amenities and open space and ameliorating the effects of decades of industrial development.
Exterior View forum and hotel
- Architect: Ojanen_Chiou Architects LLP
- Project: Kunshan Huaqiao Forum and Hotel Proposal
- Location: Kunshan City, China
- Architectural Design Partner: Suzhou Industrial Park Design & Research Institute Co. LTDMaster Planner
- Landscape Architect: SWA Group
- Status: Phase I currently under construction
- Software used: AutoCad, Sketchup, Rhino, and Adobe CS2. The renderings and animation were done in 3Ds Max.
Thursday, September 29th, 2011
Article source: WRNS Studio
The nonprofit Trust for Public Land (TPL) partnered with the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department to update this 1958 park located between San Francisco’s Hayes Valley and Western Addition neighborhoods. Reflecting TPL’s mission to create livable communities through land conservation, the new playground and clubhouse provide this dense area with a safe, welcoming facility that fosters an appreciation for nature, outdoor activity, and social gathering.
- Architects: WRNS Studio
- Project: Hayes Valley Playground and Clubhouse
- Location: San Francisco, California
- Client: Trust for Public Land
- Project Team: Bryan Shiles, Brian Milman, Kyle Elliott, Rus Sherman, Li Kuo, Geoff Brown, Jenny Huang, and Melinda Turner
- Software used: Sketchup, AutoCAD, Revit, Ecotect, and the Adobe Creative Suite