Archive for the ‘Photoshop’ Category
Friday, June 17th, 2016
Article source: in situ studio
The Corbett Residence is on a wooded site, down a winding drive. The drive is thin and meanders between trees to protect the house from view. The house is a low black box that strikes a line across the slope, mimicking the horizon. The house is at the edge of a hill, above a creek, and is oriented to admit light and views of the forest. At the east end of the house, the master bedroom looks out to a large red oak and fern glade. Our clients, who are restrained, contributed beautiful ideas and challenged us to express necessity.
Image Courtesy © Richard Leo Johnson/Atlantic Archives
- Architects: in situ studio
- Project: The Corbett Residence
- Location: Bahama, North Carolina, USA
- Photography: Richard Leo Johnson/Atlantic Archives
- Software used: PowerCADD, SketchUp, Photoshop, RenderIn
- Size: 1,560 sf
- Year: 2015
Thursday, June 16th, 2016
Article source: v2com
Oppenheim Architecture, the award-winning architecture, interior design and planning firm, is honored to have received the Jury Winner award for Destination Spa and Resort at the Architizer A+ Award gala in May 2016. With entries from over 100 countries, the Architizer A+ Award jury selects one Jury Winner in each award category.
An Illusion within the Limits of Reality, Image Courtesy © Renderings: Luxigon
- Architects: Oppenheim Architecture
- Project: Destination Spa + Resort
- Location: the Middle East
- Renderings: Luxigon
- Software used: Maya, Archicad, Adobe Photoshop and InDesign
- Project Manager: Rey Lester
- Designers: Gilbert Attic, Jose Ortez, Olivier Montfort, J.J. Bruyning, Santiago Eliaschev, Charles Michael Arnspiger, Victoria Pineros, Gerald Wood, Kevin McMorris, Kevin Heidorn
- Size: 650 Acres
Thursday, June 2nd, 2016
Article source: Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects have submitted a planning application for an exciting residential project for Bellway Homes in Surrey.
The proposed development on Wey Corner to the north of Guildford town centre will replace an industrial unit to provide 56 high quality new homes across a 0.38 ha site. Nineteen homes will be affordable apartments with thirty seven provided for open market sale.
Image Courtesy © Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
- Architects: Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
- Project: New Riverside Residential scheme
- Location: Guildford, England, UK
- Software used: AutoCAD, Sketchup, Photoshop
Friday, May 27th, 2016
Article source: Tetsuo Yamaji Architects
We designed a house in the suburban area of North Kanto. It is a house for a young couple with two small children. As we designed this house, we realized that there is a common question that we are all (including myself) confronted with when living in a contemporary society.
Image Courtesy © Kenta Hasegawa
- Architects: Tetsuo Yamaji Architects
- Project: Module Grid House
- Location: Saitama, Japan
- Photography: Kenta Hasegawa
- Software used: Autocad, Rhinoceros, Photoshop, Illustrator
- Structural Engineer: Ladderup Architects
- Site area: 208.27 m2
- Building area: 39.75 m2
- Total floor area: 79.50 m2
- Completion: June 2015
Sunday, May 22nd, 2016
Article source: Ark-kassam Architects
The House Concept is designed to create a simple sculptural volumetric block using perforated screens windows and kinetic sunscreens are used to provide a seamless transition from the roof to the penthouse, villa facades and boundaries.
The Villa Contemporary style and the Integration of shading components as main elements composing the façades, Image Courtesy © Ark-Kassam Architects
- Architects: Ark-kassam Architects (Abdalrahim Kassam)
- Project: Lusail-Naqsh House
- Location: North Residential Villas & Waterfront Residential Villas Districts, Lusail City, Qatar
- Software used: Cad, Rhino, Sketch up, Atlantis, PS
- Clients: Hilal Arnaout
- Visualizing: Mais Hassoun
- Landscaping: Noor Kassam
- Total Built-up Area: 1042 sq.
- Year: 2016-2017
Friday, May 13th, 2016
Article source: GNPARQUITECTOS
The main intention of this house renovation project was to create a central and predominant garden area (nonexistent due to the original placement of the house), and at the same time highlight and enhance the position of the house facing the hill, which was originally ignored.
Image Courtesy © Vidal Sebastian Sepulveda
- Architects: GNPARQUITECTOS
- Project: Lo Contador House
- Location: Lo Contador street, Providencia, Santiago, Chile
- Photography: Vidal Sebastian Sepulveda
- Software used: Autocad 2d and 3d, Photoshop, 3d studio
- Built Area: 180 sqm plus storage unit
- Terrain Surface: 400 sqm
- Year: 2015
Thursday, May 12th, 2016
Article source: sage and coombe architects
Built as part of New York City’s Design Excellence program within both the Department of Parks and Recreation and the DDC, the Ocean Breeze Indoor Athletic Facility sits within a new 110-acre park being developed as a part of former Mayor Bloomberg’s PlaNYC initiative, whose primary goal was to bring large scale regional parks to every borough. Located on Staten Island’s Eastern Shore, the building overlooks the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, lower Manhattan, and the Freedom Tower.
Image Courtesy © Alexa Hoyer
- Architects: sage and coombe architects
- Project: Ocean Breeze Track & Fieldhouse
- Location: 625 Father Capodanno Blvd., Staten Island, New York, USA
- Photography: Paul Warchol and Alexa Hoyer
- Software used: AutoCad, Revit, 3d Studio, Rhino, Ecotect, Excel, Photoshop/Illustrator, Powerpoint, BlueBeam
- Client: NYC Dept of Parks and Recreation, Construction management by NYC DDC
- Site: 110 acres
- Building: 135,000 SF
- Completion Date: 2016
Sunday, May 8th, 2016
Article source: arkiZON Mimarlık Ltd.
Arkvista is located in Caddebostan where was used as Istanbul’s summer residence neighbourhood. This neighbourhood has been transformed for years, and became today’s quiet residential appearance. Nowadays, Caddebostan and the district around are going through another transformation. This transformation aims to renovate buildings which are old and weak for earthquakes. In this context, Arkvista was designed to bring the traces of modern architecture into the district.
Image Courtesy © Yerçekim Fotoğraf
- Architects: arkiZON Mimarlık Ltd.
- Project: Arkvista Residence
- Location: Caddebostan, Istanbul
- Photography: Yerçekim Fotoğraf
- Software used: AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Autodesk 3DS Max, Google Sketch Up
- Owner: Arkkon
- Design Team: Emin Balkış Elvan Çalışkan
- Construction Project Group: Canan Şen Öztabak, Elvan Ariker, Elif Erkmen, Bahar Nama
- Project Manager: Elvan Çalışkan
- 3D Renders: Ediz Akyalçın
- Area: 971,68 m2
- Total Construction Area: 3720 m2
- Project Start: 2014
- Project End: 2015
- Construction Start: 2014
- Construction End: 2015
Saturday, May 7th, 2016
Article source: Georges Batzios Architects
TO TSAI TEAM ROOM is located at Alexander Soutsou str in Kolonaki, one of the most lively areas in Athens. Kolonaki is a very dense zone located in the south of lycabetus hill, between the archeological/ institutional center of Athens and the anarchist zone of Exarchia that occupies the west part of the lycabetus hill. It’s consider to be the most expensive area of Athens and its residents are well educated and wealthy. Because of its multi-use character ( residential, offices, retail, entairtenment, art, institutional) it’s consider to be the part of the city that never sleeps. People from all the Attica basin along with a lot of tourist are visiting the area in order to visit the newest culinary experimentation or to visit an exposition in one of the multiple galleries and design stores in the area. In fact Kolonaki is an area the open to experimentation in design, lifestyle, architecture, urban culture.
Image Courtesy © Georges Batzios Architects
- Architects: Georges Batzios Architects
- Project: To Tsai Tea Room
- Location: Al. soutsou 19 Str & Lykavitou, Kolonaki, Athens, Greece
- Software used: Autocad, Rhinoceros, 3d Studio Max, Photoshop
- Client: Mlesna Hellas
- Production Manager: Kostas Papatheodorou
- Construction Manager: Georges Batzios Architects
- Wood Construction: Mixalis Petritis
- Electrical Works: Giorgos Mastorakis
- Steel Works: Giorgos Friganiotis
- Lighting Consultants: L4a
- Surface: 120 M2
- Status: Completed 11/2015
Friday, April 29th, 2016
Article source: Peter Stasek Architects
The global climate change leaves visible traces in the environment which sometimes emerge in the form of scars or devastation or simply represent the disappearance of something that has always been present. Humans struggle against this largely selfinflicted new world order and continuously try to slow this process down. The evershrinking glaciers in the high mountains are covered with awnings during summer and the regions which are endangered by sea flooding are equipped with new ramparts and sluices in order to protect the coast. Just as the tsunamis, the hurricanes transform the man-made environment in large stretches of land into a mishmash at one go, which makes it hard to guess what kind of function its components had to fulfill in the past. A new kind of aesthetics defined by chaos.
Image Courtesy © Peter Stasek Architects
- Architects: Peter Stasek Architects
- Project: Wind Tower
- Location: UAE
- Software used: ArchiCAD, 3ds Max, Photoshop
- Inspiration: The concept “Wind Tower 2016″ represents a kind of skyscraper which is shaped by tsunami and hurricane masses. A trapped cloud in its free form, pending in the air and only fixed by the core, still demonstrating its homogeneity (resonance) to the floating streams of air.
- Production/Realization Technology: 3D-sand printed facade patterns with integrated glass fronts, Carbon fiber reinforced polyamide for Down Wind Turbine casing. Wind Tower is situated on an artificial sand island with a road access from the mainland
- Specifications/ Technical Properties: 250m height
- TeamMembers (1): Peter Stasek Architect and Simon Wagner – 3D Visualization
- Tags: Peter Stasek, Wind Tower, Wind Tower 2016, matrixX architectures, matrixX architectrues by Peter Stasek,Simon Wagner,3D-square Wagner
- Research Abstract: How to create a building, which is shaped by tsunami and hurricane masses. A new kind of aesthetics generated by chaos.
- Challenge: A new order generated from chaos. As a new challenge, one could try to develop new urban structures and architectural forms which are not in contrast to but in conformity with the forces of nature which are able to further develop their potential of strength as a result of the global climate change.
- Added Date: 2016-04-03 21:35:06