Archive for the ‘InDesign’ Category
Tuesday, July 7th, 2015
Article source: EVA
Commissioned by the scouting association Rhenova, this is a clubhouse designed on a triangular site adjacent to the Leidsche Rijn Park. We chose an autonomous, oval volume that fits within this context. As a Scouthome, it was important that the inside and outside — the building and the grounds — interact. But also that it be a familiar, tough building.
Image Courtesy © EVA
- Architects: EVA, (EVA: Jeroen Baars in coöperation with Fanny Melis)
- Project: Scouting Rhenova
- Location: Utrecht, the Netherlands
- Software used: Autocad, photoshop and Indesign
- Year of realisation: 2010
- Client: Scouting Rhenova
- Area: 320m2
Friday, June 5th, 2015
Article source: Hollmén Reuter Sandman Architects
Kilimanjaro Women Information Exchange and Consultancy Organization (KWIECO) was founded in 1987 in Moshi, Tanzania. It provides advice on legal, health, social and economic issues to women. The fundamental principle on which KWIECO policies are founded is the promotion of human rights, economic justice and gender equality by ensuring equal access to justice and equality for women and children.
Image Courtesy © JUHA ILONEN
- Architects: Hollmén Reuter Sandman Architects
- Project: KWIECO Shelter House
- Location: Moshi, Tanzania
- Photography: JUHA ILONEN
- Software used: Autocad light, Vectorworks, Rhinoceros, Brazil, Photoshop and Indesign.
Thursday, May 28th, 2015
Article source: p-06 atelier
The Water Museum – property of EPAL (portuguese water company) – is a space that focuses mostly on the general aspects of the water, with an educational and scientific approach, while transmitting also some of the highlights of EPAL’s history and legacy to society (unlike most traditional company museums that only explore the historical nature of the company itself).
Image Courtesy © FG+SG
- Architects: p-06 atelier
- Project: Water Museum
- Location: Lisbon, Portugal
- Photography: FG+SG
- Software used: Adobe Indesign, Illustrator,Photoshop, CAD
- Design Director: Nuno Gusmão
- Designers: Vanda Mota
- Client: EPAL
Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
Article source: LINEHOUSE
Located on one of Shanghai’s busiest streets alive with local food stalls, small restaurants, shops and sidewalk activity, Little Catch is a fishmonger specialising in fresh and cooked seafood. LINEHOUSE created a three dimensional net that externally reaches into the street as a canopy and envelops the customers as they enter into the shop. On the ceiling the net, constructed out of a white powder coated metal structure infilled with white mesh of varying densities and transparencies, opens up in areas to create additional shelving for products. On the walls the metal structure folds and bends to hold the fresh seafood display, the cashier, product shelving and a table seating two.
Image Courtesy © Drew Bates
- Architects: LINEHOUSE
- Project: Tiny shanghai shop into little catch fishmonger
- Location: Wulumuqi Road, Shanghai, China
- Photography: Drew Bates
- Software used: AUTOCAD, Sketch up, Photoshop and Indesign
- Graphics: Evelyn Chiu
- Area: 18sqm
- Year of completion: January 2015
Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
Article source: Patano Studio Architecture
Initial site visits at the University of Idaho Pitkin Nursery revealed hoop houses, metal sheds and stacks of planter boxes. Beginning with the idea of a wood box floating on the undulating sea of the Palouse, the design team set out to stitch together the program, landscape and the materiality of Idaho forest products. The college wanted to extend their public outreach in addition to nursery research functions. The outstretched ramps and decks reach out to the landscape and invite the public and students to the building. The Sales Office was pulled through the wood screen as a way to express itself beyond the functions of classroom, offices, and social gathering. The weathering cedar wood screen that stands off the building was imagined as a modern western storefront. The repetition of stacked boxes was intriguing; we saw that as the piece that expressed the transition from working nursery to classroom. The cedar wood screen is the threshold element for faculty and students to step through the gap between the two elements; wood screen and black box.
Image Courtesy © Sozinho Imagery
- Architects: Patano Studio Architecture
- Project: REVELEY CLASSROOM BUILDING
- Location: Moscow, Idaho
- Photography: Sozinho Imagery
- Software used: Hand Sketching, Sketchup, AutoCAD, InDesign, and Photoshop
- Awards: 2014 AIA Idaho Honor Award, 2014 AIA Best Use of Idaho Wood Award, 2015 Green Building With Wood Award
- Area: 2,130 sqft
- Year: 2014
Wednesday, May 6th, 2015
Article source: Bean Buro Architects
The Bean Buro Architects studio in Hong Kong takes a fresh approach to small work place design in a high density city. While being space efficient, the material palette is homey and relaxed, to contribute to the studio’s friendly approach to the workplace. This in turn allows for staff to be more productive and engage with each other in a collaborative manner.
Image Courtesy © Bean Buro
- Architects: Bean Buro Architects
- Project: Bean Buro Office
- Location: Unit 2803, 28/F 248 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
- Software used: Vectorworks, Rhino, Vray, Photoshop, Indesign, Dialux
- Contractor: Winsmart Contracting Co. Ltd.
- Area: 900sqft
Tuesday, March 24th, 2015
Article source: v2com
Artopex, one of Quebec’s largest manufacturers of office furniture, commissioned Lemay to design its new showroom in the heart of historic Old Montreal. The project is located in the prestigious former headquarters of the Royal Bank of Canada. After sitting vacant for more than 25 years, the emblematic building has been completely revitalized and rethought in order to give Artopex a space that reflects its image and values.
Image Courtesy © Claude-Simon Langlois
- Architects: Lemay
- Project: Artopex showroom
- Location: Montréal, Canada
- Photography: Claude-Simon Langlois
- Software used: Autocad, 3ds max, sketchup pro, illustrator, photoshop, indesign, cad tools
Tuesday, March 17th, 2015
Article source: Hennebery Eddy Architects, Inc.
After 40 years of constant use Shute Park Branch Library had devolved into a dark, cluttered, and inefficient interior space that had little connection to its namesake park. This comprehensive renovation included a complete reorganization of the floor plan and was based on the integration of three transformative characteristics -establishing a new relationship to the park, openness, and natural light.
Image Courtesy © Hennebery Eddy Architects, Inc.
- Architects: Hennebery Eddy Architects, Inc.
- Project: Hillsboro Shute Park Branch Library Renovation
- Location: 775 SE 10th Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97123, Oregon
- Software used: Revit, Illustrator, Indesign, and Photoshop
- Project Team: David Wark, AIA, LEED AP, Jimmy Gantz, AIA, LEED AP, Meg Matsushima, AIA, LEED APAngelique Nossa, IIDA, LEED AP Laura Craig Bennett, LEED GA
- Client: City of Hillsboro, Hillsboro Public Library
- Structural Engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers
- MEP/FP Engineer: MKE and Associates, Inc.
- Landscape Architect: Walker Macy
- Completion date: 25 February 2014
- Occupancy date: 10 March 2014
- Project Budget: $4,220,000
Tuesday, February 24th, 2015
Article source: Modus Studio
Empowered by their love of place and a history of previous renovations, the owners of this Mt. Sequoyah property sought a complete transformation for their modest ranch-style home. They came to us for a creative and modern approach to design that would provide natural light and views throughout the project. With deep ties to the surrounding neighborhood, there was also a desire to tastefully censor the adjacent homes without completely severing their connection to this charming community.
Image Courtesy © Timothy Hursley
- Architects: Modus Studio
- Project: 560 Vinson
- Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas
- Photography: Timothy Hursley
- Software used: Revit, 3dsMax, Photoshop, and Adobe InDesign
- Completed: 2013
- Owner: Mike White + Bao Bui
- Existing Thermal Area: 1700 SF
- Existing Non-Thermal Area: 1345 SF
- Renovated Thermal Area: 1024 SF
- Additional Thermal Area: 370 SF
- Additional Semi-Thermal Area: 229 SF
- Additional Non-Thermal Area: 535 SF
- Total: 2158 SF
- Construction Costs: $235,600.00 $125 per SF
- Architectural Team: Chris Baribeau, AIA Principal Architect , Graham Patterson, Assoc. AIA Project Manager, Suzana Annable, Assoc. AIA, Josh Siebert, Assoc. AIA
- General Contractor: GB Group | Jacob Tankersley
Saturday, February 21st, 2015
Article source: LINEHOUSE
LINEHOUSE was asked to create a new modern fast food identity for Lone Ranger; a hot dog shop, incorporating a wild west theme. Replacing the entire façade of the shop located at the waterfront of the Hangpu River, Shanghai, LINEHOUSE created a playful composition of white timber weatherboards, raw timber, and custom printed tiles featuring an arrowhead motif. The exterior is composed of opening doors and shutter panels, which when opened reveals the continuous tile pattern which wraps the counters and floors. The exterior counters seats 6 with a further 6 seats inside. The 4m high ceiling void is painted a bright yellow with a woven rope structure which creates an apparatus for the lights to hang from.
Image Courtesy © Benoit Florencon
- Architects: LINEHOUSE
- Project: LONE RANGER HOT DOG SHOP
- Location: Shanghai, China
- Photography: Benoit Florencon
- Software used: Sketch up, AutoCAD 2015, Adobe Photoshop and Indesign, Microsoft Word and Excel
- Year of completion: 2014
- Area: 19sqm
- Materials (all locally sourced or custom made): White washed timber weatherboarding, Rope, Raw timber, Custom made white matt tile with arrowhead motif, Powder coated black metal