Archive for the ‘Adobe’ Category
Wednesday, September 18th, 2013
Article source: LLI Design
The brief was to create a 700 square foot extension to house an open plan kitchen / living / dining room to this lateral house in Highgate, North London.
The house is in a very secluded position, surrounded by greenery, completely hidden from view, the only clue as to what lies beyond is a simple discrete gate set in the fence.
Image Courtesy © LLI Design
- Architects: LLI Design
- Project: Modern House
- Location: Highgate, London, England
- Software used: Vectorworks for CAD, and indesign for moodboarding
Wednesday, September 18th, 2013
Article source: Portner Architects
The hotel is located on the French Cote d’Azur, between the towns of Sanary Sur Mer and Bandol, in the bay overlooking the Marina Bandoo. Situated on the front of the coast line, the hotel is surrounded by elite private villas and cliffs covered in Pine trees. The existing building was an abandoned student resort and has not been in use for about 25 years.
Image Courtesy © Bruno Pseschepmisky
- Architects: Portner Architects
- Project: Hotel “La Farandole”
- Location: Sanary-sur-Mer, France
- Photography: Bruno Pseschepmisky
- Area: 3700 m2
- Interior design: Olga Stupenko, Moscow, Russia.
- The project and architectural supervision: “Studio 21 “, Marceiles, France
- Software used: AutoCAD and Photoshop
Tuesday, September 10th, 2013
Article source: JDS architects
JDS invites you to join Siblingsfactory for the opening of their new concept store in downtown Brussels today! We’re excited to have designed this new space in the heart of Brussels.
The store’s opening will be paired with the 100th anniversary of Le Mont Saint Michel.
Image Courtesy © JDS architects
- Architects: JDS architects
- Project: OPENING OF SIBLINGSFACTORY
- Location: Brussels, Belgium
- Software used: Autocad, Rhino, 3ds max and photoshop
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
Saturday, August 31st, 2013
Article source: Maxim Winkelaar Architects
The house with the two faces
In the middle of the forests in the heart of The Netherlands is an extraordinary residence. The residence was recently renovated with the focus on sustainability done by the architects Bob Ronday and Maxim Winkelaar. The residence is built in the early 20th century and the house is characterized in an English cottage style with white painted walls and a thatched roof.
Image Courtesy © Chiel de Nooyer
- Architects: Maxim Winkelaar Architects & Bob Ronday
- Project: Manor Doorn
- Location: Doorn, Netherlands
- Photography: Chiel de Nooyer
- Client: Private
- Surface: 360 m2
- Plot: 6500 m2
- Project Team: Maxim Winkelaar, Bob Ronday and Jurgen van Denderen
- Engineer: Quintin Tonnard, Espacio Constructies
- Contractor: Bouwbedrijf Aalbers
- Year of renovation and new construction: 2008 – 2009
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Kerkythea & Photoshop
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
Tuesday, August 27th, 2013
Article source: LENS°ASS ARCHITECTEN
The client wanted a consultancy space at home. The farmhouse itself is a typical courtyard farm. In order to protect privacy, and also to avoid creating a door in the rather blank outer walls, we opted for a brick gate, behind which a contemporary framework was constructed internally.
Image Courtesy © Philippe van Gelooven
- Architects: LENS°ASS ARCHITECTEN
- Project: GP practice
- Photography: Philippe van Gelooven
- Software used: Bentley Microstation Powerdraft and Adobe CS
Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
Article source: Studio V Architecture
STUDIO V Architecture’s design for the Stamford Transportation Center and surrounding area was chosen the preferred scheme in a $500 million redevelopment competition put forth by the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Stamford’s station has grown to become the second largest in the region after Grand Central Terminal, rendering its current disjointed infrastructure and surrounding architecture obsolete. STUDIO V teamed with developer Stamford Manhattan Development Ventures (SMDV) to transform this traffic-congested station into a dramatic new 24-hour community that reconnects Downtown Stamford to the South End and the city’s waterfront.
Image Courtesy © Studio V Architecture
- Architects: Studio V Architecture
- Project: Stamford Transportation Center Redevelopment
- Location: Stamford, U.S.A
- Software used: Rhino, V-Ray, Photoshop, and Grasshopper
Friday, August 16th, 2013
Article source: MyLandscapes LTD
This end of terrace courtyard was dominated by an enormous back wall and a tall palm tree on the left. Yet it also had inspirational Italian owners and a fabulous collection of some mature architectural plants. I decided to retain all the plants in their positions as I felt this was an integral fabric of the garden. Only one plant was to be removed – an overgrown Viburnum in the right corner – to be replaced with a beautiful multi-stem bronzed trunk Tibetan Cherry. Coincidentally, retaining the plants enabled a diagonal design to be implemented, which meanders through the trees.
Image Courtesy © Amir Schlezinger
- Architects: MyLandscapes LTD
- Project: LED light strips
- Location: Highbury, North London
- Photography: Amir Schlezinger
- Software used: Photoshop