Archive for the ‘Photoshop’ Category
Tuesday, May 19th, 2015
Article source: spamroom + johnpaulcoss
The design brief for this Berlin flat renovation, in the district of Moabit, not only included the challenge of sensitively updating an Altbau (early 1900’s), but included the added element of its charming small size – measuring just 21sqm.
Like many buildings of its era, the original layout of the flat had been two very small but separate rooms, presumably one of them being a kitchen, with a shared toilet located in an outbuilding downstairs. In an effort to modernise the flat a previous owner had substituted the former kitchen with a more convenient private bathroom. This had the added effect of unbalancing the overall proportions of living/sleeping/cooking/washing space in the flat.
Image Courtesy © spamroom + johnpaulcoss
- Architects: spamroom + johnpaulcoss
- Project: Micro-apartment in Berlin
- Location: Stephanstr. 23, 10559 Berlin
- Software used: Vectorworks, Sketchup and Photoshop
- Completion: March 2015
- Building team:
Thursday, May 7th, 2015
Article source: TAAV Arquitectos
The building is located within a manufacturing plant, in that context; it situates a testing laboratory and an exhibition space.
The design seeks to establish an emphasis between the new construction and the existing facilities. The result is a solid and sleek object that distinguishes from its spatial context by the use of a dynamic geometry.
Image Courtesy © Studio KM
- Architects: TAAV Arquitectos
- Project: Dickies Showroom
- Location: Parras de la Fuente, Mexico
- Photography: Studio KM
- Software used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, Arlantis, Photoshop and Illustrator
- Design Team: Aldo Villarreal, Mario Flores, Antonio Flores, Alfredo Lopez, Julio Ramirez
- Construction: Constructora CONCRETA
- Area: 110 square meters
- Project 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
Sunday, May 3rd, 2015
Article source: Selim Senin
The Calgary CMA is home to the second most corporate head offices in Canada among the country’s 800 largest corporations.Many employees are outside feels the need to use the computer.In a quiet environment outside the company must work (sending mail, prepare presentations, video conference etc).In case you can not reach the company immediately tries to deal with this in the corner cafe.Short-term is difficult to find a quiet environment.Come to work in this situation you can take care of business in the WORKING CLOUD single mini office.
Image Courtesy © Selim Senin
- Architects: Selim Senin
- Project: CALGARY WORKING CLOUD
- Location: Canada
- Software used: Autocad, Sketchup, Vray, Photoshop
Tuesday, April 28th, 2015
Article source: Sboev3 Architect
Architectural Studio Sboev3 Architect shared with us the project cottage «Roman-house», which will be built on a plot of land near St. Petersburg. In this house will be to live a family of 4-eh man.
Compositional techniques and concept forms used in the design process are not something new and special, because They are widely distributed in the architecture of individual dwellings European masters. Therefore, the main objective in the design process was the creation of a kind of compromise in the context of the ordinary, traditional building of cottage settlement.
Image Courtesy © Sboev3 Architect
- Architects: Sboev3 Architect
- Project: Roman-house
- Location: St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
- Software used: ArchiCAD, 3D Max, PS
Thursday, April 16th, 2015
Article source: 07BEACH
It started from the concept to make a Sushi restaurant that provides truly real Japanese Sushi made by highly skilled Sushi Chef.
Prioritizing guest’s higher satisfaction rather than achieving more seats, Removed the existing upstairs to make a high ceiling one-story, Composed only 8 counter seats main-building and a new-built annex. By separating the main-building and the annex by the pond, The annex private-room is emphasized its value as visible but inaccessible.
Image Courtesy © Hiroyuki Oki
- Architects: 07BEACH, Joe Chikamori
- Project: Sushi Restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City
- Location: District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam
- Photography: Hiroyuki Oki
- Software used: Vectorworks, Renderworks, photoshop
- Constructor: 07BEACH+Nguyen Phung Duy Bao+Tran Ngoc Hai Duong(M&E)
- Floor area: 79.2sqm
- Year: 2014
Thursday, April 16th, 2015
Article source: Kariouk Associates
The site for this project is a remote, private lake beside which for more than seventy years existed a family’s cottage. When the land passed from mother to son, the decision was made to reinvigorate the home; ultimately, because the home had already reached such an advanced state of decay, it was decided to have it removed and to build a new cottage. For sentimental reasons, the new home was to be the exact dimensions of the former and it was to sit in the exact same location. Aside from those requirements though, a far more open spatial arrangement was desired. The cottage was only intended for three-season use (the Manhattan couple for whom this was being built intended to spend winters in warmer climates). The house design was simplified because significant insulation was not required, however, construction intentions were complicated by the fact that the remote location meant that the cost of labor “commuting” from the city would be extremely costly.
Image Courtesy © Photolux Studio/Christian Lalonde
- Architects: Kariouk Associates
- Project: Cross-Laminated-Timber Cottage
- Location: Ladysmith, Quebec
- Photography: Photolux Studio/Christian Lalonde
- Software used:Auto CAD and Photoshop
- DESIGNER: Paul duBellet Kariouk (Principal), Chris Davis (Senior Design Associate), David King, Sarah McMurtry, Adam Paquette (Design Associates)
- CLT CONSULTANT: Timmerman Timberworks
- STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Moses Structural Engineers
Thursday, April 9th, 2015
Article source: Manco Architects
4 one bedroom and 16 two bedroom apartments were planned in the project designed for the development of Seyfioglu Apartment Building, which is planned to be reconstructed according to the Urban Regeneration Law.
Image Courtesy © Manco Architects
- Architects: Manco Architects
- Project: Seyfioglu Apartment Building
- Location: Istanbul,Turkey
- Software used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, V-Ray and Photoshop
- Design: Ali Manço, Zuhtu Usta
- Design Team: Zuhtu Usta, Zeynep Ceren Erdinç
- Works: Architectural Design
- Client: Ciner Construction
- Project Type: Residential
- Project Status: Ongoing
- Area: 4.182,6m²
Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
Article source: BOGDAN & VAN BROECK
ELEMENTARY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL IN OPEN LANDSCAPE | OPEN CALL ORGANISED BY THE FLEMISH GOVERNMENT ARCHITECT, 2nd LAUREATE
The historical permanent presence of the polder landscape is experienced as a quality of the site that is to be protected, and it is also used as a source of design choices. The typology of the school buildings is designed analogous to that of the polder farms as solitary volumes in the landscape. The outdoor space is structured as a landscape similar to the diverse and flexible patchwork of different fields in the polder.
Image Courtesy © BOGDAN & VAN BROECK
- Architects: BOGDAN & VAN BROECK
- Project: Horizon
- Location: Angle formed by Kragendijk and Jan Devischstraat, 8300, Knokke, BE
- Software used: Vectorworks, Sketchup, Rhino, Photoshop
- Client: Municipality of Knokke-Heist
- Surface: 3.157 m² gross
- Budget: 4.210.000,00 euro excl. vat and fees
- Timing: Competition design 2011
- Status: Competition, 2nd laureate
- Team: T. Boogaerts, M. Czvek, T. Rigby, M. Steel Lebre
Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
Article source: Radu DRAGAN
Located in an environment that lacked strong marks, the Metro Station 20 should be a signal, a structural element of the landscape, it must be at its scale. We have designed a structure that is both generous and sensual, with a glass volume curves embracing the ground and reaching the underground platform level by penetrating light and vegetation. The structure consists of 27 metal arches on a plot of 4,00 m, of variable height and width, starting from the rail level. The height varies between 19 and 24 m and the width between 17,80 m et 30 m. They are connected by a secondary structure of metal tubes that support the triangular glass panels. This structure also supports the road that enters into the glass volume and will form a bridge of 105 m length suspended from the metal structure. In its central part, this bridge will be slightly curved to give greater height above the access platform.
Image Courtesy © DRAGAN ARCHITECTURE
- Architects: Radu DRAGAN
- Project: Metro Station
- Location: Sofia, Bulgaria
- Software used: Archicad, Abvent Artlantis and Photoshop