Archive for the ‘Illustrator’ Category
Tuesday, May 1st, 2012
Article source: Trahan Architects
Located to the north-east of Crowley, the site lies between the urban/residential development to the west and the rural/agricultural development to the east. The design seeks to mediate this threshold and express the importance of the local agricultural development to place. Rice is the primary economy in the Parish and city of Crowley. Rice fields create a beautiful mosaic that blanket the landscape. Contours follow the natural topography, control water run-off and delineate rice paddies. As technology has advanced the rice fields have evolved from a more fluid configuration to a more orthogonal configuration. This results in a more efficient layout and maximizes the yield.
- Architect: Trahan Architects
- Name of Project: Acadia Parish Conference Center
- Location: Crowley, Louisiana
- Program: Conference Center
- Floor Area: 69,000 g.s.f.
- Cost: To Be Determined
- Software used: AutoCAD (2D), Rhinoceros and FormZ (3D), Illustrator and InDesign (Graphics)
Tuesday, April 17th, 2012
Article source: T38 studio + Pablo Casals-Aguirre
On an infill site, PH3 isolates itself from the context, a gated community in Tijuana mostly made up of california style mcmansions. It is a 3 layer structure that is set on the street side of the sloping site, shifting towards the back in both scale and openness. Closing itself to the street for privacy, the back of the house opens itself to the patio, creating indoor/outdoor living space.
Exterior View (Images Courtesy Alfonso Medina, Oscar Gonzalez, Alfredo Zertuche)
- Architects: T38 studio + Pablo Casals-Aguirre
- Name of Project: PH3
- Location: Baja California, Tijuana, México
- Team: María José López, Alfonso Medina, Pablo Casals-Aguirre, Mauricio Kuri, Oscar González
- Collaborators: Lucía Arroyo, Alina Castañeda, Sara Díaz
- Photographs: Alfonso Medina, Oscar Gonzalez, Alfredo Zertuche
- Software used: Graphisoft Archicad, Autodesk Autocad, Autodesk 3ds, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Google sketchup, Artlantis
Sunday, April 1st, 2012
Article source: CEBRA architecture
Danish architects CEBRA’s proposal for a new church in Våler, Norway creates a symbolic landmark in the shape of a tilting cross using light and wood as key design elements for the interior.
The village of Våler, in the south eastern part of Norway, is in need of a new church in order to replace the village’s old wooden church, which burned down to the ground in 2009. The church is of great importance for the local community – both as a social gathering point and as characterizing landscape element. Therefore, the design of the new church has to combine a particular sensitivity and attention to the site’s culture-historical context with a modern architectural expression so as to succeed in creating flexible and contemporary church facilities.
Exterior View in day
- Architect: CEBRA architecture
- Name of Project: New Church of Våler
- Location: Hovedveien, Våler, Norway
- Commission: Private
- Type: Open plan and design competition
- Client: Våler Parish Council
- Year: 2011
- Purpose: Curch
- Surface area: 11.840 sq. ft.
- Software used: AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, VRay for Rhinoceros, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
Friday, March 30th, 2012
Article source: Giancarlo Mazzanti + Felipe Mesa
This project is characterized by four “Rings”, each of which is defined by two levels with different thicknesses, rounding different playgrounds. The perimeter is as important as the interior space formed by the rings, projecting physical areas that can express the function that will be developed. It was inspired by the shapes of tropical plants and trees in the area, taking us to a recreational atmosphere of games, educational exchanges, etc.
Flor del Campo
- Architects: Giancarlo Mazzanti + Felipe Mesa
- Project: Flor del Campo
- Location: Cartagena de Indias, Colombia
- Software used: AutoCad. Presentations were done using Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop etc.
Thursday, March 29th, 2012
Article source: Surfacedesign Inc.+ Harari arquitectos
A team of international designers collaborated to transform a decommissioned blast furnace and a brownfield site into a modern history museum dedicated to the region’s rich history of steel production. Borrowing from materials endemic to the site, innovative landscape design weaves together with modern architecture to usher an old relic into the 21st century. Environmentally sensitive technologies — such as green roofs and a storm water collection system — offer a new approach to the landscape while respecting the original context.
Images Courtesy Paul Riveria / Archphoto
- Architect: Surfacedesign Inc. + Harari arquitectos
- Project Title: Museo del Acero Horno3
- Location: Monterrey, Mexico
- Project Type: Museum/ Park Landscape
- Lead Designer: James A. Lord / Claudia Harari
- Client/Owner: Mr. Luis López, General Director of the Museo Del Acero Horno3
- Photography credit: Paul Riveria / Archphoto, Abigail Guzman Tamex/ Grafix, James Lord
- Software used: Autocad, Sketchup, Photoshop, Illustrator
Friday, March 23rd, 2012
Article source: David Giraldeau / Alexandre Guilbeault
“Controlled Collapsing” is a project recently sumbitted to the 2012 EVOLO SCKYSCRAPER COMPETITION. Established in 2006, the annual Competition recognizes outstanding ideas that redefine skyscraper design through the use of new technologies, materials, programs, aesthetics, and spatial organizations, along with studies on globalization, flexibility, adaptability, and the digital revolution. This is also an investigation on the public and private space and the role of the individual and the collective in the creation of a dynamic and adaptive vertical community.
- Architects: David Giraldeau / Alexandre Guilbeault
- Project: Controlled Collapsing
- Software used: 3ds max to design the project and adobe illustrator/photoshop for the other 2d graphics.
Wednesday, March 21st, 2012
Article source: workshopapd
Paying homage to the Baroque staircase attributed to 17th century English master Edmund Pearce (on exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art), workshop/apd fashioned a contemporary update for a modern Tribeca loft. Where Pearce incorporated oak leaves and pine cones, we digitized interlaced tree branches to create an element of modern-day beauty and craft in water-jet cut steel, bringing fancifulness and ornamentation back to architecture. Like its predecessor, the dramatic scroll – now in perforated steel – weaves the two floors together in a unique way.
Image Courtesy T.G. Olcott
- Architects: workshop/apd
- Project: E. Pearce Revisited
- Location:New York,NY
- Project Type:Private Residence, Loft
- Area:2,400 square feet
- Photography: T.G. Olcott
- Software used: 3D Studio Max, Revit, and Illustrator
Sunday, March 18th, 2012
Article source: Jump Branding & Design
On February 29th in Las Vegas, Jump Branding & Design Inc. captured two Association for Retail Environments (A.R.E.) Sustainability Awards for their design of the South St. Burger Co. at Bayview Village in Toronto (Ontario, Canada). The seven year old branding and design agency won the coveted 2012 Sustainable Project of the Year and the 2012 Grand Prize Tenant Improvement awards for the restaurant design.
Image Courtesy David Whittaker
- Architects: Jump Branding & Design Inc.
- Project: Gourmet Burger meets “Haute Couture”
- Location: Bayview Village – Toronto, Ontario Canada
- Client: South St. Burger Co.
- Project Manager: Eric Boulden
- Design Team: Eric Boulden, Melissa Zurfluh, Emily Strub, Richard Patmore, Jason Hemsworth, Jerry Alfieri
- Engineers: Nova Trend, Seawood Consulting
- Contractor: Unitedwell Interior Contracting
- Project opening date: November 17 2011
- Photographer: David Whittaker
- Software used: Architectural Desktop 2011, SketchUp, Photoshop CS5, Illustrator CS5
Saturday, March 17th, 2012
Article source: FGMF Arquitetos
The multi-use complex proposed for this 32.000m² lot aims at creating not only a new architectural reference for the region, but also a new destination for the city. Adding three different uses – retail, office buildings and modular offices – the new complex creates a landmark in the landscape, values the surroundings, and establishes a new shopping destination.
Image Courtesy FGMF Arquitetos
- ARCHITECTS: Forte, Gimenes & Marcondes Ferraz Arquitetos
- PROJECT: The Multi-Use Complex
- LOCATION: Brasília – DF – Brazil
- TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION: Multiuse Building
- SITE AREA: 37,000.00 m²
- BUILT AREA: 85,000.00 m²
- DATE OF PROJECT: 2011
- AUTHORS: Fernando Forte, Lourenço Gimenes e Rodrigo Marcondes Ferraz
- COORDINATOR: Ana Paula Barbosa
- ARCHITECTS: Carolina Matsumoto, Marina Almeida e Fábio Pittas
- TRAINEES: Mayara Benegas
- Software used: Autodesk AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator and Google SketchUp for development and 3DSMax for the render images and videos.
Thursday, March 15th, 2012
Article source: WE Architecture
The new Cancer Care Center in Naestved is located in close proximity to the regional Hospital. The purpose of the center is helping anyone affected by cancer through professional help in exceptional buildings specifically designed for this.
Cancer Care Center
- Architects: WE Architecture
- Project: Oasis
- Location: Naestved, Denmark
- Assignment: Invited competition
- Type: Cancer Caring Centre
- Client: Kræftens bekæmpelse & Realdania
- Year: 2012
- Team: Marc Jay, Julie Schmidt-Nielsen, Nora Fossum, Rasmus Røgen, Justin Cua, Karen Shiue, Kristian Hindsberg, Lasma Grigone&Casper Berntsen
- Software used: Adobe Indesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Rhino, V-ray, 3ds max, AutoCad 2012