Archive for the ‘Adobe’ Category
Sunday, October 23rd, 2016
Article source: Ministry of Design
Client’s Design Brief
“The inspiration behind COO is the emergence of millennial travellers who are willing to take the road less travelled. To them, travelling is no longer a leisure pursuit alone, but an opportunity to gain local insights and garner authentic experiences. We want COO to be a home-grown brand with a regional reach and grounded with Asian sensibilities….” says Silas Lee, Founder of COO.
Image Courtesy © Edward Hendricks (CI&A Photography)
- Architects: Ministry of Design (Colin Seah, Patricia Segado, Richard Herman, Norberto Olegario, Rais Rahman, Sandra Goh, Angie Ng, Madeline Lim, Anna Langier)
- Project: COO: Singapore’s first Sociatel
- Location: 259 Outram Rd, Singapore 169056
- Photography: Edward Hendricks (CI&A Photography)
- Software used: Sketches, Sketch up, Auto cad and Photoshop
- Client / Owner: Flying Potato Group Pte. Ltd.
- Main Contractor: Alric
- Land area: 188 sqm
- Built in GFA: Total GFA: 752 sqm
Thursday, October 20th, 2016
Article source: WE architecture
Roskilde Campus is a new educational area for 1500 students within the fields of marketing, IT, and food engineering. The total project is 10.000m2 which includes renovation as well as 4000m2 new build. The new building contains educational areas, classrooms, canteen, production kitchen and administration.
The Campus will host various fields of education and the development of the project has taken a clear starting point in the needs of the individual fields of education. Three main concepts have been essential in the design process, “Community”, “Respect” and “Durability”.
Image Courtesy © WE architecture + Friis & Moltke
- Architects: WE architecture + Friis & Moltke
- Project: Erhvervsakademi Sjælland – Roskilde Campus
- Location: Roskilde, Denmark
- Software used: Rhino 3D using V-ray, Rhino (2D), Illustrator, Photoshop
- Client: Erhvervsakademiet Sjælland
- Engineers: Alectia
- Contractor: H. Skjøde Knudsen
- Team: Marc Jay, Julie Schmidt-Nielsen, Morten Breinholt Christensen, Kasper Munk, Corrado Galasso, Alexandra Ramos, Laura Ravier, Simon Skriver, Xinyuan Lin
- Size: 10.000 m2 restorations and 4000 m2 new building construction
- Budget: 172 million DKK
- Assignment: Invited competition / 1st Prize
- Status: Winner of competition, ongoing
Sunday, October 9th, 2016
Article source: Scott Posno Design
Designed for a young family of four, this 3,000 square-foot house in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood offers a contemporary take on single-family residential living.
Image Courtesy © Sama Jim Canzian
Sunday, October 9th, 2016
Article source: Wingårdhs
Spira is twisted as a spiral to catch the attention of the eye as well as the body; transparent, to turn every side into a front; compact, to be efficient and sparse; meandering, to create expectation.
The performing arts centre Spira in the city of Jönköping is a regional scene for music and theater in the southern part of Sweden. It is a culturally vivid part of the country, but the performing arts have not had a permanent stage so far. Our proposal is a result of a winning competition from 2005 and the house was inaugurated on 11.11.11.
Image Courtesy © Åke E:son Lindman
- Architects: Wingårdhs (Wingårdh Arkitektkontor AB through Gert Wingårdh and Jonas Edblad)
- Project: Spira
- Location: Kulturgatan 3, 553 24 Jönköping, Sweden
- Photography: Åke E:son Lindman, Gert Wingårdh, Ulf Celander, Anders Arvidsson, Kasper Dudzik
- Software used: AutoCad, 3D-Studio MAX, Illustrator, Photoshop
- The team: Ingrid Gunnarsson, Andreas Henriksson, Peter Öhman, Claes Berglöf, Viktoria Wallin, Josefine Kastberg, Foued Hajjam, Therese Ahlström, Aron Davidsson, Anna Palm, Dan Danielsson, Charlotta Rosell, Daniel Frickeus, Fredrik Gullberg, Pål Ericksson, Ola Frödell, Robert Hendberg, Peter Sierts, Helena Toresson, Sara Helder Viktor Alm, Björn Nilsson & Anna Nyborg Lafveskans
- Client: Landstingsfastigheter i Jönköpings län
- Contractor: PEAB
- Gross area: ca 15 000 kvm
- Year of construction: 2009 – 2011
Friday, October 7th, 2016
Article source: Indigo Arquitectura
Casa Gaviota (Seagull House) is a project developed through a thorough site analysis and conscious awareness of the environment. Located in a mountain surrounded by topographic depressions, a mellow river and very close to the northern Pacific coast of Costa Rica, it stands lightly and volant on the terrain holding more than 80% of its areas in the air. It touches the ground only as needed, reducing the humidity and soil sealing and maximizing the natural ventilation through the project. The precise east – west orientation allows Casa Gaviota to fully open its north facade providing all the indirect lightning for the house and creating different environments that dramatically change throughout the day. A nearby river that refreshes and nourishes the flora and fauna of the place can be appreciated visually and aurally from the deck. The house stands at the height of the canopy of the trees. The opening between the two modules allows the user to continue its path through the mountain, the same path that existed before the house was built. The house does not interfere between nature and oneself.
Image Courtesy © Andrés García Lachner
- Architects: Indigo Arquitectura (Leonardo Jiménez)
- Project: Seagull House
- Location: Estrada, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
- Photography: Andrés García Lachner
- Software used: Autocad 2D, Photoshop
- Structural Design: Apestegui Blair Ingenieros Consultores
- Electromechanical Design: Ing. Alberto Zúñiga
- Construction: Indigo Arquitectura
- Area: 290 m2
- Year: 2015
Sunday, October 2nd, 2016
Article source: Yamazaki Kentaro Design Workshop
We were approached to design a mental health clinic in Saga City specializing in the treatment of patients with dementia. As in other towns and regions, Saga’s aging population has created a greater need for healthcare for the elderly. Ordinarily, healthcare facilities are planned and constructed on the advice of medical professionals with the sole consideration of creating a space for efficient and safe treatment of patients.
Image Courtesy © Naoomi Kurozumi
- Architects: Yamazaki Kentaro Design Workshop (Kentaro Yamazaki)
- Project: Sayanomoto Clinic
- Location: Saga-shi, Saga, Japan
- Photography: Naoomi Kurozumi
- Software used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, Illustrator, Photoshop
- Structure: RC (Wall type)
- Book Direction: BACH / Yoshitaka Haba
- Structural design: ASD / Ryuji Tabata, Takayuki Tabata
- Facility design: EOS plus / Kazuhiro Endo
- Landscape: Takio Inada
- Graphic Design: musubime / Takehiro Kawase
- Site Area: 691.52 sqm
- Floor Area: 308.58 sqm
- Start of construction and completion: January 2014 – October 2014
Friday, September 30th, 2016
Article source: Roselind Wilson Design
Roselind Wilson Design was appointed to refurbish, including interior architecture, interior design and project manage a 2209 square foot, three-bedroom, three-bathroom duplex apartment on the second and third floors of The Bromptons. The brief was to transform the existing apartment into a secondary residence for the client. Marrying the exquisite architectural detail with the interior architecture of the apartment, we ensured it was up to date in terms of technology, whilst clearly reflecting the personality of the client in order to create a space that felt unequivocally like a home away from home.
Image Courtesy © Richard Waite
- Architects: Roselind Wilson Design (Geraldine Wilson)
- Project: The Bromptons
- Location: Chelsea, London, United Kingdom
- Photography: Richard Waite
- Software used: CAD, SketchUp, PhotoShop
- Designer(s): Roselind Wilson Design
- Area: 2209 square foot
Tuesday, September 27th, 2016
Article source: Estúdio MRGB
It’s about a renew of an apartment built in the 80’s, located at Brasília-DF, Brazil. After carefully analyzing the physical structure of the unit could have a clear vision on the real conditions of the apartment.
Narrow rooms due to excess of compartmentation, bad light spaces that caused an enclosure and confined feeling, that describe not an enjoyable place.
Image Courtesy © Estúdio MRGB
- Architects: Estúdio MRGB
- Project: Apartment Gl
- Location: Distrito Federal, Brasília, Brazil
- Software used: Autocad 2012, 3dsmax 2014, Photoshop CS6
- Authors: arch. Igor campos , arch. Hermes romão
- Colaborators: arch. Cássio Oliveira, arch. Camila Glycério, arch. Luiza Campos
- Modeling, Texturing, Illumination and render: Estúdio MRGB
- Most commun mateirals: Wood and concrete
- Size: 60 m2 | 645 sqft
- Year: 2012
Thursday, September 22nd, 2016
Article source: Wingårdhs
Long and narrow like a tube, but solid and unmovable like a block of concrete – in between these two extremes stands the extension to the Marl town hall, designed by Bakema and van den Broek in 1958-62. Their ponderous brutalism resounds through the massive walls of the extension, where the trees on the site have been made to leave their imprint. A relief art work signed by artist Lars Bergström. The position behind the main building makes the extension fall in with the pattern of the place. At the same time, its positioning above the glass boxes of the entrance and the café gives the concrete tube a lightness which is underscored by the long cantilever overlooking the lake. The 7×7 metre narrow art gallery is adapted to the purpose of accommodating temporary sculpture exhibitions. Clear incident lighting from large apertures in various directions varies the character of the 85-metre-long room and links it to the sculpture park outside. A new catwalk over the refurbished piazza points the way directly to the new entrance.
Image Courtesy © Wingårdhs
- Architects: Wingårdhs
- Project: Art museum
- Location: Marl, Germany
- Software used: 3D-studio MAX, AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator
Wednesday, September 21st, 2016
Article source: KAAN Architecten
With Dreamhouse, the new life that lies dormant in the old Modernism of the Lijnbaan has been extrapolated. A new Modernism, with a variegation of volumes and nuances of colour and light, seems to have been the right catalyst to reawaken the Lijnbaan’s élan.
The skilfully renovated building, housing jewellers Schaap en Citroen and fashion retailer COS on the corner of Karel Doormanstraat and Kruiskade, is the result of a well-balanced design that is based on both past intentions and present ambitions. Optimistic investment has brought about sparkle where decline had become apparent. Within a strategy of sustainable renewal, closed off facades and shop fronts have been reopened with architectural ingenuity.
Image Courtesy © Sebastian van Damme
- Architects: KAAN Architecten
- Project: Dreamhouse
- Location: Karel Doormanstraat 278, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
- Photography: Frank Hartwijk and Sebastian van Damme
- Software used: Autodesk AutoCAD, Adobe Suite, and Rhinoceros
- Client: Manhave Kruiskade B.V.
- Project Team: Luca Baialardo, Timo Cardol, Aksel Coruh, Luuk Dietz, Kees Kaan, Vincent Panhuysen, Antonia Rief
- GFA: 1.050sqm
- Design: 2009
- Completion: May 2013