Archive for the ‘Adobe CS’ Category
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
Thursday, September 29th, 2011
Article source: Pedra Silva Architects
Fraunhofer Portugal is a non-profit private research association and is part of the German Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, the largest organization for applied research in Europe. Although not familiar to the general public, Fraunhofer is responsible for many important innovations, including, for example, the MP3 file format, and many advances in workplace organization research.
Image Courtesy João Morgado
- Architects: Pedra Silva Architects
- Project: Fraunhofer Portugal
- Location: Oporto, Portugal
- Project Coordination: Luis Pedra Silva with ENGEXPOR
- Team: Hugo Ramos, Rita Pais, Jette Fyhn, Dina Castro, André Góis Fernandes, Ana Lúcia da Cruz, Ricardo Sousa, Bruno Almeida
- MEP design: JCT with GATENGEL
- Software used: Autodesk 3ds Max 2010, Autodesk Autocad 2010, Graphisoft Archicad 13 and Adobe Creative Suite 3
Sunday, September 25th, 2011
Article source: Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects
ARCHITECTURE & LANDSCAPE CONCEPT
To achieve the objectives of an architecturally iconic museum of art with versatile art exhibition spaces in a highly sustainable project this proposal defines the concept of art exhibition beyond the conventional “stuffy” notions of uniformly rectangular, windowless interior galleries. Instead, the project provides both interior and exterior venues for a variety of public experiences, and creates the opportunity for day-lighting and sustainability in ways that are unprecedented for art museums.
- Architects: Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects
- Project: 2011 Taipei Museum Competition
- Location: Taipei, Taiwan
- Mechanical/ Electrical Engineers: DOREL ANGHEL, Principal of Guttman Blaevoet
- Landscape Architects: WILLIAM CALLAWAY, Principal of SWA Group
- Structural Engineers: GREGORY LUTH, President of GPLA
- Environmental Consultants: JOSIAH CAIN, Principal of Design Ecology
- Software used: Rhinoceros NURBS – 3D Modeling; Maxwell Render – Light & Materials Render Engine; V-Ray – Light & Materials Render Engine; Adobe Photoshop; Adobe Illustrator; AutoCAD
Sunday, September 25th, 2011
Article source: RNL
RNL, in association with Forum Architects of South Bend, Indiana and Maintenance Design Group (MDG), was selected to design South Bend Public Transportation Corporation’s (TRANSPO) Emil “Lucky” Reznik Administration, Maintenance & Operations Facility. Incorporating sustainable design and construction strategies for energy efficient building systems, the facility creates a healthy work environment for employees and visitors. The project is certified as LEED-NC Platinum by the US Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program.
Images Courtesy James Steinkamp
- Architect: RNL
- Formal name of building: Emil “Lucky’ Reznik Administration, Maintenance & Operations Facility
- Location: South Bend, Indiana, USA
- Gross area: 164,200 SF
- Date completed: October 2010
- Client: South Bend Public Transportation Corporation (TRANSPO), South Bend, Indiana
- Photographer(s): © James Steinkamp; © Ken Paul
- Software used: SketchUp, Revit, Autocad, and Adobe’s Suite of products
Sunday, September 18th, 2011
Article source: University of Tennessee
In 1933 the Tennessee Valley Authority constructed a model community, Norris, Tennessee, as part of the Norris Dam construction project. A key feature of this New Deal village was the Norris House, a series of homes built as models for modern and efficient living. In light of the 75th anniversary of the Norris Project, an evolving interdisciplinary team of UT students and faculty are reinterpreting the Norris paradigm and creating a New Norris House – a sustainable home designed for the 21st century. In 2009 the New Norris House was one of six winners nationally of the Environmental Protection Agency’s People Prosperity and the Planet (P3) Competition. It offers a replicable model for contemporary sustainable living that holds the promise of significant benefit across East Tennessee.
Image Courtesy University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design
- Architects: University of Tennessee
- Project: A New Norris House
- Location: Norris, Tennessee
- Builders: University of Tennessee, College of Architecture and Design; Clayton Homes; Johnson and Galyon
- Project Year: 2011
- Project Area: 768 sq.ft.
- Landscape Architect: University of Tennessee, College of Architecture and Design
- Structural Engineer: University of Tennessee, College of Engineering, in collaboration with Mallia Engineering Company
- Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Engineer: University of Tennessee, College of Architecture and Design
- Photography: University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design, Ken McCown
- Software used: AutoCAD, Ecotect, FormZ, Rhino, Adobe Creative Suite
Sunday, September 11th, 2011
Article source: NLA – Pedro Leónidas
The office park design had its genesis in the urban structure and the following fundamental concepts of the urban plan and the detailed plan pp1: multi-functionality; morphology of the surroundings; Views system; circulation roads; panoramic pedestrian platform, landscape structures.
Images Courtesy José manuel
- Architect: NLA – Nuno Leónidas Arquitectos in association with Saraiva & Associados
- Name of Project: Campus da Justiça
- Location: Parque das nações, Parcela, Lisbon, Portugal
- Date: 2005-2008
- Photography: José manuel
- Client: norfIn – sociedade gestora de fundos, Imobiliários, sa
Saturday, September 3rd, 2011
Article source: AT 103 Arquitectura
English writer Thomas Quincy talked in his classic (Confessions of an English opium-eater) of the pleasure that, after making sure all possible victims and risk were absent, a burning building can provide, one century after, Austrian pyromaniacs of Coop-himelblau used fire as a material in their firsts architectural interventions and Swiss French Bernard Tschumi theorized, radical, an architecture that produced a pyrotechnical pleasure so useful, he stated, as lighting matches.
Image Courtesy Fito Pardo
- Architects: AT 103 – Julio Amezcua, Francisco Pardo
- Project: Ave Fenix Fire Station
- Location: Colonia Juarez, Mexico City, Mexico
- Team: Tiberio Wallentin, Jorge Vázquez, Margarita Flores, Daniel Ramírez
- Collaborators: GLM;
- Contractor: Sare, Hermeregildo Acoltzin.
- Project Date: 2004
- Construction Date: 2007
- M2: 4,500
- Cost by m2: 900.00 dlls
- Photographer: Fito Pardo
- Software used: AutoCAD and Adobe CS
Wednesday, August 17th, 2011
Article source: HWKN
HWKN ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL OF THE UNIQLO CUBES
Designed by HWKN (Hollwich Kushner) ”UNIQLO CUBES,” have arrived in New York City, opening today, July 28th at the Highline Rink at 30th St. and 10th Ave. The two cubes celebrate UNIQLO’s innovative yet classic apparel in jewel-like architectural packages.
- Architect: HWKN (Hollwich Kushner)
- Name of Project: UNIQLO Cubes
- Location: New York City, NY, USA
- Client: UNIQLO USA
- Status: Realized
- Creative Direction: Todd Waterbury, Consultant Creative Director
- Software used: Rhino, V-Ray, AutoCAD, Adobe Suite
Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
Article source: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
Oversized and multicoloured parquet – a spatial idea.
Departing from Swedish traditional use of colours and patterns, this apartment design is inspired by the unusual quality of the location at the park Humlegården. A long row of rooms relate to the massive greenery outside. Light and colour change with the season and become very present in the interior spaces; from winter grey and black, through summertime bright and deep greens, to orange, red and yellow in autumn.
Hall (Images Courtesy Åke E:son Lindman)
- Architects: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter / Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård.
- Project name: Humlegården apartment.
- Location: Engelbrektsgatan, Stockholm, Sweden.
- Collaborators: Tove Belfrage, Helene Amundsen, Johan Björkholm, Karolina Nyström.
- Dates: Project 2006, construction 2007-2008.
- Client: Undisclosed.
- Photographer: Åke E:son Lindman.
- Software used: Autocad, Sketchup and Adobe CS