Archive for the ‘Illustrator’ Category
Thursday, September 19th, 2013
Article source: Land+Civilization Compositions
A conceptual framework for the development of the city of Medellin
Multiple intertwined streams of issues
Medellin is wealthy city; wealthy in terms of its ambitions and its potential. Further, this project is a rare opportunity the ability to reform the ENTIRE riverfront that runs through a major city is rare. Therefore, this opportunity must be thought of as being even bigger than just a public space design, it must be taken as a chance to reform and set the framework for Medellin’s future. Obviously the riverfront is the key element in this project, but its influence and importance is much larger than the given project site boundaries. This proposal uses this competition to set forth principals for redevelopment, the use of funds, the city and its history, the relation to ecology, the movement of people, and so forth. Clear thinking about the further evolution of the city and how this project can be a trigger in this process is not overlooked by this project.
Image Courtesy © Land+Civilization Compositions, Taller 301, openfabric
- Architects: Land+Civilization Compositions, Taller 301, openfabric
- Project: LCC1301
- Location: Medellin, Colombia
- Title: URBAN CURRENT[S]
- Status: Competition Submission
- Client: The City of Medellin
- Link: http://sociedadcolombianadearquitectos.org/concursodelriomedellin/
- Program: Public space design, pavilions, bridges
- Site Area: 423 hectares
- Date[s]: 2013
- Team Leaders: Jason Hilgefort, Pablo Forero, Julian Restrepo, Francesco Garofalo, Barbara Costantino
- Software used: Illustrator, Autocad, Photoshop, Indesign, Word, Excel, Rhino, and a lot of hand sketching!
Sunday, September 1st, 2013
Article source: Maxwan + MS architekti
Red Hill Rise, a mixed use building on top of a metro station, consists of offices and retail located along one of the major spine road connecting airport and historical city centre of Prague. Backdrop of the project is a dramatically steep slope (max. 14m height difference), the site being located in a tranquil residential area while required program is purely commercial and requires expressive architecture. Furthermore, there is a lack of sufficient public space in the neighborhood.
Image Courtesy © Maxwan
- Architects: Maxwan + MS architekti
- Project: Red Hill Rise
- Location: Prague, Czech Republic
- Client: KKCG Real Estate a.s.
- Site area: 1.2 ha
- Total GFA: 41,000 m2
- Service, Retail: 12,250 m2 gfa
- Offices: 28,750 m2 gfa
- Parking: 700 spaces
- Estimated building cost: €55M
- Partner in charge: Hiroki Matsuura
- Team leader: Jason Hilgefort, Rene Sangers
- Team: Artur Borejszo, Veronika Komova, Valentina Chiappa Nunez, Aleksandar Hrib, Nobuki Ogasahara, Ignas Uogintas, Janneke Earl
- Collaborator: MS architekti s.r.o. (Michal Sourek, Pavel Hrebecky, Tomas Filgas, Martin Studnicka, Thomas Zagdoun, Idan Zveibil), ABT bv (Engineering Structures & Installations), Ebben Nurseries (Horticulture), ACTM Netherlands bv (Commercial consultancy for shopping centres & high traffic locations), Peter Brogt Traffic Advice (Traffic & Parking),, Search Engineering bv (Sustainability), Energysim s.r.o. (Energy, Sustainability and Engineering), Scheldebouw bv (Façade engineering), Buro Happold (Sustainability & Engineering), HEVO bv (Office market &”Het Nieuwe Werken”), Jaroslav Pasek (Geology & Foundations), &H Real Estate bv (Real estate, Retail development)
- Software used: AutoCAD, 3DS Max, Illustrator, Photoshop
Sunday, September 1st, 2013
Article source: Smith | Allen
Smith|Allen participated in the Project 387 Residency, located in Mendocino Country from August 4-18, 2013. In the heart of a 150-acre redwood forest, Smith|Allen has created a site responsive, 3D printed architectural installation (the largest of it’s kind): Echoviren. The project merges architecture, art and technology to explore the dialectic between man, machine and nature. The Project 387 open house and reception was Saturday, August 17.
Image Courtesy © Smith | Allen
- Architects: Smith | Allen
- Project: Echoviren
- Location: Gualala, California, U.S.A
- Involved companies: Type A Machines
- Commissioned by: Project 387
- Software used: Adobe Illustrator, Rhino 5, grasshopper, weaverbird, and paneling tools for design, and KISSlicer+Pronterface with our Type A Machines Series 1 Printers for the 3D printing fabrication
Friday, August 30th, 2013
Article source: visiondivision
A client commissioned visiondivision to create a shop for showing and selling goods next to a highway in the Nakhon Ratchasima area in Northeastern Thailand.
The client is involved in many different enterprises, like manufacturing pottery, trading with flowers and garden trees, growing fruits, mushrooms and vegetables and also buying and selling shoes and clothes.
Image Courtesy © visiondivision
- Architects: visiondivision
- Project: Mirror Market
- Location: Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
- Software used: Autocad, 3d-Studio, Illustrator and Photoshop
Saturday, August 3rd, 2013
Article source: MA2
The concept proposal is located in Manhattan’s South Street Seaport as an office tower with an adjacent parking structure. In its inception the tower is a product of preserving angles within a complex plane grid, which has been interfered by a Mobius geometric transformation. By manipulating a two-dimensional grid using asymptotic developments, it generates a series of automorphing patterns and higher dimensional structures.
Image Courtesy © MA2
- Architects: MA2
- Project: NYC Tower Proposal
- Location: South Street Seaport, New York
- Software used: Maya, Photoshop, Illustrator, AutoCAD
Wednesday, July 31st, 2013
Article source: SUGAWARADAISUKE
This house is designed for a married couple with two children, and is located in Oamishirasato, Chiba Prefecture. The building provides an expansive view that allows the natural sunlight and fresh air in the house, so that the residents enjoy the life in the green ambience. The building sites on the borderline between the new residential area and the pastoral fields.
Image Courtesy © Takumi Ota
- Architects: SUGAWARADAISUKE
- Project: KIRITOUSHI House
- Location: Oamishirasato city, Japan
- Photography: Takumi Ota
- Design Development: SUGAWARADAISUKE + OSATO SOGOKANRI
- Construction: OSATO SOGOKANRI
- Principal use: residence
- Structure: Wooden structure
- Site area: 228.72 sqm
- Building area: 103.98 sqm
- Software used: Rhino, Acad, Photoshop and Illustrator
Wednesday, July 24th, 2013
Article source: UID architects
The house aim the space such as one integral room which is 7m×7m+X.There are Bedroom and guest room, wash room and bath room in the ground floor , also LDK and study room on second floor because of referencing around site environment surrounded 3ways.
Image Courtesy © Hiroshi Ueda
- Architects: UID architects
- Project: Frame
- Location: Hiroshima, Japan
- Photography: Hiroshi Ueda
- General contractor: Hotta Construction Co.Ltd, Shinya Fujisawa, Yuji Morimitsu, Ryohei Maki
- Structural system: wood structure
- Used materials: wooden flooring (flooring)spandrel(wall) plaster board(ceiling)
- Site area: 132.23㎡
- Built area: 57.85㎡
- Total floor area: 111.43㎡
- Date of completion: January, 2012
- Software used: Jw-cad, Illustrator, Photoshop
Friday, July 19th, 2013
Article source: NOSIGNER
What’s OPEN SOURCE FURNITURES?
Recently, Mozilla Japan’s new office’s ground floor was designed by NOSIGNER. They designed all furnitures based on the idea of Open Source. They used general products and uploaded all drawings to the website. Therefore, these designs might also be able to call the “open source furniture” so to speak. Because these designs enable everyone to make functional office furnitures inexpensively
Image Courtesy © HATTA
- Architects: NOSIGNER
- Project: Mozilla Factory Space
- Location: Japan
- Photography: HATTA
- Software used: Adobe illustrator, CINEMA4D and CAD
Thursday, July 18th, 2013
Article source: Balmori Associates
In March 2013, MoMA PS1 invited artists and designers to Rethink the Post-Sandy Rockaway. Organized by MoMA PS1’s Young Architects program, the competition sought ideas for alternative housing models, creation of social spaces, urban interventions, new uses of public space, the rebuilding of the boardwalk, protection of the shoreline, and actions to engage local communities and to aid in the effort to rebuild from Hurricane Sandy.
Image Courtesy © Balmori Associates
Tuesday, July 16th, 2013
Article source: Oxo architects & Nicolas Laisné architecte urbaniste
TCC building is located at the end of Gateway Park between plantations to ecological virtues and activity of the city. It is arranged as a passage, a support from one to the other. At ground level, a large space is open to all, it is the front door to the library and the museum but also the extension of the park in the building.
Image Courtesy © OXO architects, laisné architectes team
- Architects: Oxo architects & Nicolas Laisné architecte urbaniste
- Project: Taichung city cultural center
- Location: Taichung, Taiwan
- Photography: Courtesy of (OXO architects, laisné architectes team)
- Client: Taichung city government
- Architects team: Nicolas Laisné, Manal Rachdi, Nathalie Fournier, Paula Aranda, Mirella Verdes, Alejandro Blanco Ayllon. Patrick O’Connor, Michael Gloudeman.
- Competition name: Taichung city cultural center international competition
- Engineer: Ramboll UK.
Director in charge: Anton Sawicki
- Occasion: competition entry
- Artiste: Pascal Haudressy.
- Year: 2013
- Software used: Rhino 3d, Photoshop, Illustrator