Archive for the ‘3dS Max’ Category
Monday, January 11th, 2016
Article source: Tecon Architecture
The selection of the site for the future dwelling was determined by the proximity to Herastrau Park, which also determined the small size of the lot which is surrounded by undesirable neighboring areas. A direct consequence of these conditions was the vertical development of the spaces (ground floor garage, first floor living quarters, second floor for sleeping area and the third floor for relaxation terrace/ spa to make up for the small and shady yard from the yard level).
Image Courtesy © Cosmin Dragomir
- Architects: Tecon Architecture
- Project: URBAN ECO HOUSE
- Location: București, Romania
- Photography: Cosmin Dragomir
- Authors – architects in charge : arch. Bogdan babici, phd.arch. Eliodor streza
- Coauthors architecture: arch. Tudor iacob, arch. Anca paunescu, arch. Monica streza, arch. Dragos fodoreanu, arch. Paul lipan weber
- Structure: inginerie civila, eng. Gheorghe drugea, eng. Cristi voicu
- Equipment- mechanical: Proing grup, eng. Lucian luca
- Builder: Atehenaeum construct
- Software used: AutoCAD, 3d Studio Max
Monday, January 11th, 2016
Article source: Tony Owen Partners
The Castlereagh by Tony Owen Partners is a 16 storey apartment building located in the bustling heart of Sydney’s CBD. It contains 55 luxury apartments, retail and office space..
Image Courtesy © Tony Owen Partners
- Architects: Tony Owen Partners
- Project: The Castlereagh
- Location: Sydney, Australia
- Software used: Autocad, Maya, Rhino, 3_d studio
Thursday, January 7th, 2016
Article source: +Arqs
The public space:
The intervention seeks to redefine the disjointed fragments of the city center, where by the new contributions to be incorporated in the future, is promoted to greater socialization, where public space acted as a landscape of events, meetings and exchanges.
Image Courtesy © +Arqs
Thursday, January 7th, 2016
Article source: ZAS ARCHITECTS + INTERIORS
Setting benchmarks worldwide for engineering education, The Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence re-thinks campus hierarchy to foster modern ways of learning. Resulting from an intensive design process between ZAS Architects, The Lassonde School of Engineering, and York University, the world-class facility challenges past models with a modern approach rooted in student learning and empowerment.
Image Courtesy © Doublespace Photography
- Architects: ZAS ARCHITECTS + INTERIORS
- Project: THE BERGERON CENTRE FOR ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE
- Location: YORK UNIVERSITY KEELE CAMPUS,TORONTO, CANADA
- CLIENT: YORK UNIVERSITY, LASSONDE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
- ENGINEERING: ARUP CANADA
- FACADE ENGINEERING: BLACKWELL BOWICK PARTNERSHIP LTD.
- MATHEMATICAL FACADE PATTERN RESOLUTION: MESH CONSULTANTS
- LANDSCAPE: SCOTT TORRANCE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT INC.
- CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT: LAING O’ROURKE CANADA LTD & GILLAM GROUP INC
- SIZE: 170,000 SQ FT (15,800 M2)
- CONSTRUCTION BUDGET (CAD): $63 MILLION (BUILDING) $ 6 MILLION (SITE DEVELOPMENT)
- COMPLETED: SEPTEMBER 2015/ FULLY COMPLETE SPRING 2016
- Photography: Doublespace
- Software used: Revit 2013, Rhino v5, Grasshopper v1, 3DS Max 2014, Solidworks 2014, ETABS 2013
Sunday, December 20th, 2015
Article source: Margot Krasojevic Architects
Solar Chapel at the HoldenManz Wine Estate, Franschhoek, Cape Town. The project utilizes the same solar panel technology used on the farm to clad the expanding wedding chapel’s roof structure. The vertiginous mountains within the estate are reflected in the beton brut primary structure off which the concentrator Fresnel lenses, solar panels and holographic filters are suspended. The concentrator photovoltaics arrangement uses an angular configuration similar to that of a butterfly’s wing receiving more exposure to solar rays affording maximum efficiency for electrical output. The frame expands and contracts enabling a further rearrangement of this concentrator photovoltaic cluster.
Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojevic Architects
- Architects: Margot Krasojevic Architects
- Project: Solar vineyard chapel
- Location: Franschhoek, South Africa
- Software used: Revit and 3ds max
Sunday, December 20th, 2015
Article source: IR arquitectura
AA House is located in a neighborhood of villas in Tortuguitas, Buenos Aires. Its position in the lot guarantees the best solar incidence range on the north side, on which all the main rooms of the house are laid out. On the other hand, it provides a form of processional visual approach to its visitors.
Image Courtesy © Federico Cairoli
- Architects: IR arquitectura
- Project: Casa AA
- Location: Tortuguitas, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- Photography: Federico Cairoli
- Project team: Luciano Intile, Andres Rogers, Martín Zlobec, Rodrigo Perez de Pedro, Enrico Cavaglia, Felipe Buigues, Fermin Indavere.
- Structures: Jorge Barroso.
- Energy management: Wulcon Energy.
- Construction: Jorge Belardi.
- Project year: 2014 – 2015
- Software used: Autocad and 3ds max, Photoshop, Illustrator,Indesign
Friday, December 11th, 2015
Article source: Ayutt and Associates design
The PANO Penthouse is at the 53th – 55th floor of a high-end residential tower in Bangkok which is the fourth highest apartment in Thailand. AAd (Ayutt and Associates design) designed this penthouse under the concept of “living between the city and the nature” offers a modern lifestyle with luxury and relaxation with panoramic views towards the historic Chao Phraya River. The Penthouse was specially developed for a single family in need of a place to combine privacy with socializing living space.
Image Courtesy © Soopakorn Srisakul and Ayutt Mahasom
- Architects: Ayutt and Associates design
- Project: The Pano residence
- Location: Triplex Penthouse, level 53 – 55th, The Pano residence, Bangkok, Thailand
- Photography: Soopakorn Srisakul and Ayutt Mahasom
- Software used: Auto CAD, Sketchup and 3D Max
- Lead designer: Ayutt Mahasom
- Designers: Suvatthana Satthbannasuk, Sasivimol Utisup
- Developer: Krungthep Land Public Company Limited
- Unit area: 700 sq.m.
- Project Year: 2013 – 2014
Thursday, December 10th, 2015
Article source: ARCHETONIC
An exploration into the realm of nature and the man-made environment. A permanent duality in the relationship between man and his environment in order to adapt and find shelter.
Image Courtesy © Rafael Gamo
- Architects: ARCHETONIC
- Project: Natura
- Location: Mexico
- Photography: Rafael Gamo
- Software used: Autocad, 3D studio max, Artlantis, V-ray
- Architectural Project: Jacobo Micha Mizrahi
- Design Collaborators: Ernesto Rossell Zanotelli, Désirée Gómez Córdova, Alfredo Muñoz Jiménez, Alejandro Rabiela Salinas, Aldo Moreno Gamboa
- Construction Collaborators: Salomon Salame Micha, Rafael Salame Micha, José Luis Moreno Quinto, Enrique Gutierrez Herre
- Construction: Archetonic+Cinsa
- Structure: Ctc Ingenieros Civiles S.A. De C.V. / Carlos Tapia
- Technical Installations: High-Tech Service, Interbrax
- Area: 65,000 M2 / 670,000 Sq Ft
- Year: 2014
Tuesday, December 1st, 2015
Article source: FATTSTUDIO
Café Murasaki initiated by the client’s proposal, which planed to renovate a pair of row houses to be the café. In the beginning, the functions are not specific. Then, the first idea started from a loca-on that standing on the suburban area of Bangkok, due to the reason of hard access.
Image Courtesy © Tinnaphop Chawatin
- Architects: FATTSTUDIO
- Project: Café Murasaki
- Location: Bangkok, Thailand
- Photography: Tinnaphop Chawatin
- Software used: Autocad, Sketch up, 3dmax, Rhinoceroes
- Client: Mr. Teera Monmai
- Design team: Wattikon Kosonkit with Supanna Chanpensri, Dolada Sriwattanatrakul and Kittiya Ninjeiranai
- Area: 128 Sqm
Thursday, November 26th, 2015
Article source: STL Architects
This urban high school is organized into three thematic components: body, mind and spirit, that relate to the various programs and activities within the school that compose the curriculum. The site is zoned according to these thematic areas and bars are created, housing the athletics (body), the academy classrooms and teaching spaces (mind), and the library, arts and music (spirit). The bars slide against each other to create outdoor spaces on the site, programmed for specific activities that work in conjunction with the buildings—entry courtyard, athletics fields, and reading garden. The three volumes (body, mind, and spirit) that comprise the school are created by one continuous wall that snakes back and forth through the site.
Image Courtesy © IGNACIO ESPIGARES @ STL ARCHITECTS
- Architects: STL Architects
- Project: Back of the Yards High School
- Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States
- Photography: IGNACIO ESPIGARES @ STL ARCHITECTS
- Software used: Autocad, 3dsMax, Adobe Suite
- YEAR : Design: July 09 – Mar 10 | Construction: Opening Summer 2013
- Architect of Record: STL Architects
- PBC’s Prototype Design Architect: John Ronan Architects
- Architecture/Interiors Consulting: ODA Architecture
- Structural: Matrix Engineering
- Civil: Prism Engineering
- Landscape: Jacobs/Ryan Associates
- Accoustical & A/V: Kirkegaard Associates
- SIZE : 215,000 SF
- COST : $ 70.0 M