Archive for the ‘Adobe’ Category
Saturday, December 20th, 2014
Article source: 1week1project
“More than 400 Nepalese migrant workers have died on Qatar’s building sites as the Gulf state prepares to host the World Cup in 2022.
The grim statistic comes from the Pravasi Nepali Co-ordination Committee, a respected human rights organisation which compiles lists of the dead using official sources in Doha. It will pile new pressure on the Qatari authorities – and on football’s world governing body, Fifa – to curb a mounting death toll that some are warning could hit 4,000 by the time the 2022 finals take place.15 February
Image Courtesy © 1week1project
- Architects: 1week1project
- Project: Qatar World Cup Memorial
- Location: Qatar
- Software used: sketchup, rhino, vray and photoshop
Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
Article source: Selim Senin
The plot selected for the design of the digital arts museum is in such a spot where the historic buildings of Madrid are dense, access is provided with narrow roads, squares which form urban spaces are rare. To the north of the site the square in front of Valle Inclantheater takes place and to the northwest Lavapies Square takes place. These squares are the of rare spaces that can be found among the densely built attached blocks.
Image Courtesy © Selim Senin
- Architects: Selim Senin
- Project: Madrid Digital Arts Museum
- Software used: sketchup,photoshop,autocad,vray
Tuesday, December 16th, 2014
Article source: Selim Senin
The main specialty of Danish culture is HYGGE. To reflect this cultural specialty on the project, spaces where people can spend time together, talk to each other, enjoy the scenery, make sportive activities, make presentations, and watch movies at night, etc. have been adopted. Three different routes have been planned to reach the terraces on which people can socialize. Our proposal is not merely a library to enter but a platform on which urban life keeps continuing thus a building which integrates with the city. As a response to classical repellant cognition of libraries, the building has a potential which can form an urban focus and where people would like to enjoy their day and night.
Image Courtesy © selim senin
- Architects: Selim Senin
- Project: COPENHAGEN MODERN LIBRARY
- Location: COPENHAGEN, Denmark
- Software used: Sketchup , Autocad , Photoshop , vray
Saturday, December 13th, 2014
Article source: Paolo Venturella Architecture
The Guggenheim Helsinki Museum is a “multi-functional” project that presents the Museum and other related services such as a multi-purpose space, a conference area, a retail plus a restaurant and a bar and lounge areas , and is positioned close to the historic center of the city in the harbour area just along the sea coast.
Image Courtesy © Paolo Venturella Architecture
- Architects: Paolo Venturella Architecture
- Project: “GUGGENEIGHT”- a path designed art museum
- Location: Helsinki, Finland
- Software used: Rhinoceros and Grasshopper to model the 3d and VRay and photoshop for the visuals
- Team Design: Cosimo Scotucci, Flavia Restaldi
- Year: 2014
Thursday, December 4th, 2014
Article source: One Plus Partnership Limited
The 21st century opens a gateway to the new era of modern technologies and innovations. With the widespread of 3D and even 4D high definition movies available on global market, the old method of filming has gone scarce, if not extinct. When thinking of the theme for this cinema, the designers want to trace back to the roots when film making began. Back in the 19th century, photographers captured continual images and stored them on a single compact reel of film. This ancient object – roll films, was being symbolized all over the cinema, reminding the audience the long forgotten history behind the scene.
Image Courtesy © One Plus Partnership Limited
- Architects: One Plus Partnership Limited
- Project: UA Cine Times Cinema-Times Square
- Location: Hong Kong, China
- Software used: Photoshop, AutoCad
Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
Article source: CEBRA
Danish architecture studio CEBRA has completed a pioneering project for a new type of 24-hour care centre for marginalized children and teenagers in Kerteminde, Denmark. The tile and wood cladded building plays with familiar elements and shapes to create a homely environment in a modern building that focuses on the residents’ special needs. The Children’s Home of the Future combines the traditional home’s safe environment with new pedagogical ideas and conceptions of what a modern children’s home is and which needs it should fulfil.
Image Courtesy © Mikkel Frost
- Architects: CEBRA
- Project: OUR HOUSE – THE CHILDREN’S HOME OF THE FUTURE
- Location: StrandgårdsAlle, Kerteminde, Denmark
- Photography: Mikkel Frost
- Software used: AutoCAD, Revit, Rhinoceros, VRay for Rhinoceros, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
- Client: Kerteminde Municipality
- Landscape architect: PK3
- Engineer: Søren Jensen
- Awards: Nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van derRohe Award 2015
- Year: 2012 – 2014
- Status: Completed
Friday, November 28th, 2014
Article source: Mount Fuji Architects Studio
A shipbuilder’s company housing on a cliff that views beautiful and calm Seto Inland Sea, where small islands float. This project is expected to revitalize a local industrial city while serving as comfortable accommodations for 37 families. On the roof that extends from ground level uphill, the rooftop plaza, a rare public space in the hilly town spreads.
Image Courtesy © Ken’ichi Suzuki
- Architects: Mount Fuji Architects Studio / Masahiro Harada + MAO
- Project: Seto
- Location: Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Japan
- Photography: Ken’ichi Suzuki
- Software used: vectorworks, Illustrator
- Design Team: Naoto Ishii, Tetsuya Mizukami
- Client:TSUNEISHI SHIPBUILDING Co.,Ltd.
- Principal use: Company housing
- Site area: 1934.84m2
Tuesday, November 25th, 2014
Article source: selim senin
After a search for the best possible result to ensure the equal view of the courts from different directions, the project has been generated by a geometric combination of badminton courts. Around ten badminton courts a circulation belt of 3m was formed, this is how spectators or athletes can freely move all around. This circular space was surrounded by a large triangle which forms three triangular areas around the circle. Thanks to this organization of space three spectator stands were generated all of which has different view directions to the courts. In order to assure the proper angle for the triangular stands to view the courts, they were elevated upwards and were connected with triangular trusses so each triangular space carries each other’s load. Thus a dynamic interior setting was formed.
Image Courtesy © selim senin
- Architects: Selim senin
- Project: Dalseong Citizen’s Gymnasium
- Software used: sketchup,vray, autocad, photoshop, 3dmax, revit
Wednesday, November 19th, 2014
Article source: MSB arquitectos
Although the cellar is surrounded by a vineyard, it is not associated with it. The relationship between the building and the surrounding area is practically nonexistent, largely due to the access road that makes a harsh separation between the building and the vineyard at the arrival zone. On the west part of the building, the separation between the vineyard and the building is less prominent, however a possible symbiosis between the built and the natural is unfulfilled by the strong and enclosed character of the warehouse.
Image Courtesy © MSB arquitectos
- Architects: MSB arquitectos
- Project: Wine Culture Center
- Software used: Acad for technical drawings, sketchup and rhino for modeling, coreldraw for schemes and 3dmax+vray for rendering with post production in photoshop
Friday, November 14th, 2014
Article source: POLYFORM
The new landscape in front of The National Gallery of Denmark is designed as a melting pot – where art can mix with urban life. The urban space is created by Danish POLYFORM Architects and Dutch landscape architects Karres en Brands and has received a warm welcome from the Copenhageners. At the opening event the museum set a new visitor record as almost 8.000 people celebrated the city’s new artsy urban space.
Courtesy © Wichmann+Bendtsen
- Architects: POLYFORM
- Project: The museum garden at the National Gallery of Art
- Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
- Photography: Wichmann+Bendtsen, Helle Kristiansen
- Software used: Autocad and for renderings Photoshop, Rhino and Illustrator.
- Client: The National Gallery of Denmark/ City of Copenhagen/ Annie og Otto Johs. Detlefs Foundation
- Area: 10.000 square meters
- Budget: 2,7 million euros
- Team: Thomas Kock, Jonas Sangberg, Sylvia Karres, Bart Brands, Signe Hertzum, Nikolaj Frølund Thomsen, Henrik Thomas Faurskov, Sofie Mandrup, Sofia Bergman, Tomas Degenaar, Elke Krausmann, Sander Vedder, Marianne Weeke Borup og Julie Thorsø Hansen