Archive for the ‘Artlantis’ Category
Sunday, November 9th, 2014
Article source: LEVS architecten
Primary School Tanouan Ibi is a sustainable building which stands at the edge of a village in the vast plain of the Dogon country in Mali. The school consists of three 7 x 9 meters classrooms for in total 180 pupils, a principal’s office, a depot and a sanitary building. In the evening the school is used for teaching women.
Image Courtesy © LEVS architecten
- Architects: LEVS architecten
- Project: Primary School Tanouan Ibi
- Location: Village of Tanouan Ibi in the land of the Dogon, Mail / Africa
- Software used: ArchCAD 17, Artlantis 4 and Photoshop CC
- Year of completion: 2013
- GFA: 360 m²
- Client: Foundation Dogon Education (SDO) http://www.dogononderwijs.nl/site/en/
- Contractor:Enterprise Dara (Sevaré, Mopti) in collaboration with students of the Lycée Technique in Sevaré and with the local population of Tanouan Ibi
Sunday, October 26th, 2014
Article source: Gudmundur Jonsson Arkitektkontor
The Wave-House will be situated at Ramberg-Stranden in Lofoten, Norway. At this particular site the coast is formed as a concaved bay covered with white sand. As the sandy beach is meeting the sea with exceptionally slight and curved slope the idea is based on a wave that rises in curve creating the house.
Image Courtesy © Gudmundur Jonsson Arkitektkontor
- Architects: Gudmundur Jonsson Arkitektkontor
- Project: Casa Lofoten – “The Wave”
- Location: Stranden, Lofoten, Norway
- Software used: ArchiCad and Artlantis Studio render
- Stories: 1 floor
- Consultants: Not decidet yet
- Structural system: Not decided yet
- Major materials: White concrete either as construction or as cover
- Site area: 1.300 m2
- Footprint area: 224,0 m2
- Total floor area: 178,0 m2
- Design: 2014-2015
- Construction: 2015-2016
Sunday, October 26th, 2014
Article source: A4 studio Ltd.
Already more than 200 years, Siófok is the Capital City of Lake Balaton, which is the largest lake in Middle-East Europe. We planned the “Sió Pláza” Shopping Centre into the middle of the renewable main square of the centre of the renewable downtown. The modern XXI. Century building is situated between the two historical symbols of the city, the Water Tower, was built in 1912, and the Pub, was built in 1895. Our aim was to plan a building that communicates with its environment, the historical city centre, continuously. We developed a transparent glass facade towards the main square of the city, with a cobweb-like metal screen.The shops were strung on 3 levels onto the inner shopping arcade of the shopping centre. The food and drug store received place on the minus first floor, the restaurant, branch and other services on the ground floor and the first floor. The entertainment (cinema, bowling, restaurants) is situated in the supreme floor. The building of the old Pub is integrated into the new building by the inner shopping arcade. The new functions are a bookshop and a cafe, with own garden. The remaining facades are planted with green plants.
Image Courtesy © Tamás Bujnovszky
- Architects: A4 studio Ltd.
- Project: SIOFOK PLAZA
- Location: Siófok, Hungary
- Photography: Tamás Bujnovszky
- Software used: Archicad, Artlantis, Photoshop
Saturday, October 11th, 2014
Article source: Suzana Maria Ciplea
For the first time since the fall of communism,the Baia Mare’s city government is trying to revitalize the city’s identity, unique in Europe because of the \”The Baia Mare Art School of Painting – (founded in 1896)\” by creating workshops for artists, creative camps, and exhibition spaces. Inspired by this initiative the project that I propose represents a new monument that will historically contribute to this city – a new landmark, daring and poetic, which rebirths the spirit of “The Baia Mare Art School of Painting”. I wish that this city will become a magnet for plastic artists.
Image Courtesy © Suzana Maria Ciplea
- Architects: Suzana Maria Ciplea
- Project: Contemporary Art Center
- Location: Baia Mare, Romania
- Software used: Archicad, Artlantis and Photoshop
Saturday, May 18th, 2013
Article source: Archinature Workshop
The project has a very unique characteristic due its location. It is next to the Sports Palace, an arena frequently used for concerts, and the Velodromo Subway Station. Now the link between both spots is broken due a lack of pedestrian walkways, on the other hand there a high demand for parking space that is not satisfied by the parking offered by the Sport Palace.
Image courtesy Archinature Workshop
- Architects: Archinature Workshop
- Project: Pabellón de los Deportes
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Software used: Archicad, Artlantis, Photoshop
Sunday, April 28th, 2013
Article source: Studio MWA
“Beautiful” – Bach (holiday home) in New Zealand’s Marlborough Sounds at Bay of Many Coves . Quite often at the start of the Design process, after we have had a chance to talk to the client and experience the site for the first time, you ask yourself should we do anything to the existing site, or should the beautiful natural environment remain as it is?
Image Courtesy © Ivor Earp – Jones
- Architects: Studio MWA
- Project: Purotu Bach
- Location: Marlborough Sounds – Bay of Many Coves (Miritu Bay), New Zealand
- Photography: Ivor Earp – Jones
- Client: Withheld
- Type: New holiday home – Bach
- Size: Total site area 4611 m2, Interior floor area 165 m2, deck – terrace area over 180 m2, covered outdoor area 52 m2 and under bach storage area 125 m2.
- Author Of The Project: Davor Mikulcic Dipl. Eng. Arch. (Sarajevo) RAIA, ANZIA
- Structural Engineer: Meyers & Associates Ltd.
- Project Team: Michael Maddern and Davor Mikulcic
- Status: Project completed
- Software used: ArchiCAD software in combination with Artlantis studio (renderings and animations)
Tuesday, March 26th, 2013
Article source: Wan Muhammad Khalis Wan Sabri
The project is my final year design thesis (2007). The building acts as a catalyst for future development around the abandoned mining lake, and is a reminder of the glory days of tin mining in the country. The program takes visitors through the rich history of tin mining around the country and finally ending the journey in the existing abandoned tin dredge.
Image Courtesy Wan Muhammad Khalis Wan Sabri
- Architects: Wan Muhammad Khalis Wan Sabri
- Project: Selangor Dredging Tin Discovery Centre
- Location: Dengkil, Selangor, Malaysia
- Client: Selangor Dredging Berhad
- Building type: Visitor Centre, Cultural Centre, Artist Workshop & Gallery
- Software used: Vectorworks (drawings & 3d modelling) and Artlantis (3d rendering)
Tuesday, February 19th, 2013
Article source: 2InStudio
The project consists of a small village house in a distinct part of a property located in the village of Momchilovci in the Rhodopi Mountains, Bulgaria. The starting point was that the contractor wanted a very small house right next to his bigger one so that he can use it only for the weekends.
Image Courtesy 2 in Studio
- Architects: 2InStudio
- Project Designer: Ivan Shterev
- Project: House for the weekends
- Location: Rhodopi Mountains, Bulgaria
- Software used: ArchiCad v.14 and ArtLantis Studio v3
Saturday, December 1st, 2012
Article source: TomDavid Architecten
The site is situated right next to the Medina and in consequence interwoven with the indispensable social and economic structures of the Old City.
Both legal and illegal markets dominate the streetscape and are vital to the local economy. The downside of this density of commercial street business is the pollution and the decay of the public space. The design will have to serve as an example on how to improve the practical aspects of the market but leaving the existing social economic structures intact.
Image Courtesy TomDavid Architecten
- Architects: TomDavid Architecten
- Organization of this competition: [AC-CA]
- Project: Sustainable Market Square – Casablanca
- Location: Netherlands
- Software used: Vectorworks, Artlantis and Photoshop
Sunday, November 18th, 2012
Article source: Jonathan Gibb – Architect
The design intent was to look at an residential and pottery / art studio insertion to a bare inner city lot, surrounded by a motley crew of existing industrial buildings. The concept evolved into designing an oasis, abundant with nature within such a concrete and brick clad environ for the interface of Architecture to the intimacy of a garden. The concept of the Green Cage is a contained ideal of the greening of one’s own backyard.
Image Courtesy Jonathan Gibb - Architect
- Architects: Jonathan Gibb – Architect
- Project: The Green Cage
- Software used: Presentation is from 3D modelling using SketchUp, with the renderings using Artlantis. Post production with Adobe Photoshop.