Archive for the ‘3dS Max’ Category
Friday, July 31st, 2015
Article source: PLASMA NODO
9 ¾ is a bookstore cafe specialized in children, but where adults can also have some fun. We believe that cities needwarm and nice meeting places that welcome us and invite us to learn having fun with our families and friends, sites where people not only buy but go and havea good time.
Image Courtesy © Daniel Mejía
- Architects: PLASMA NODO
- Project: 9 ¾ bookstore cafe
- Location: Medellín, Colombia
- Photography: Daniel Mejía
- Software used: Sketchup, 3d max
- Built area: 120m²
- Completion (date): May, 2015
Tuesday, July 14th, 2015
Article source: A+U Design Cosmopolitan
Award winning forest resort style spa residential architecture in China’s Hainan province. It’s sited by the Wan Quan River which residents can view the beautiful scenes of river. Design was centered round a tropical resort style hotel clubhouse. Apartment buildings were leveled from back to front and higher to lower level. Front was shops along street.
Image Courtesy © A+U Design Cosmopolitan
- Architects: A+U Design Cosmopolitan
- Project: Sea & Sky City
- Location: Hainan, China
- Software used: 3ds max and Photoshop
Saturday, July 11th, 2015
Article source: ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd]
Bálna (formerly known as CET / Central European Time). Bálna is also a synonym for a whale. The Mixed Use Development Bálna at the Közraktárak between the Petofi and the Szabadság Bridge is both. The Bálna concept refers to Budapest as an important metropolitan centre in the heart of Central Europe. The Bálna shape refers to the smooth and friendly streamlined body of a whale. The new Bálna development has the potential to put Budapest once again on the map of the world. Name and shape of the Bálna symbolizes its cultural potential and commercial pole position in one of the best preserved cities in the world.
Bálna seen from from the Buda side of the danube river, Image Courtesy © Romeodesign
- Architects: ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd]
- Project: Bálna Budapest
- Location: Közraktárak, Budapest, Hungary
- Photography: Romeodesign
- Software used: Pro Engineer, Oasys, Rhino, 3DMax, VR4Max and Revit, Autodesk
- Design team: Kas Oosterhuis, Ilona Lénárd, Gijs Joosen, Owen Slootweg, Bas Wijnbeld, Anna Nagy, Bujdosó Attila, Márku Judit, Romvári Péter, Tom Krzempek, Rafael Seemann, Paulina Gurak, Michael Gorczynski, Lidia Badarnah, Jan Gasparik, Petr Vokal.
- Partners: MTM Statika – Lead structural engineering, SMG-SiSu – MEP engineering
- Client: Porto Investment Hungary Kft., Budapest
- Gross floor area: 27.000 m2
- Stories: 5 stories, 2 stories parking garage
- Parking garage: 7500 m2
- Year of design completion: 2012
Friday, July 10th, 2015
Article source: Tsikkinis Architecture Studio
Area newly built, quiet countryside, peaceful conditions for family living Dynamic presence of free horizon to the gulf of Limassol city The conversion of space to place and maintain privacy The privacy as a mean of increasing the sense of land ownership Turning inward, the composition of the L-shaped form with internal covered veranda.
Image Courtesy © Tsikkinis Architecture Studio
- Architects: Tsikkinis Architecture Studio
- Project: Laiki Lefkothea Residence
- Location: Limassol, Cyprus
- Software used: Autodesk, Autocad, 3d max
- Civil Engineer: George Kolonias
- Electromechanical Engineer: Karantonis Kyriakos
- Size: 260m² + 90m² covered verandas + 70m² basement
- Cost: €400000
Sunday, July 5th, 2015
Article source: Ministry of Design
MOD was commissioned by CEL Development to strategise, brand and design a creative epicenter for the emerging black collar creative class, in the more gritty side of Singapore. In recent years, design firms have been migrating out of the CBD areas in waves, gravitating towards more affordable light industrial or warehouse districts, with larger floor plates and higher ceilings.
Image Courtesy © Ministry of Design
- Architects: Ministry of Design
- Project: 100PP Office Building
- Location: 100 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore
- Software used: Auto cad, 3D max, V ray, photoshop
- Client: CEL Development Pte Ltd, Ivan Lim, General Manager
- Architectural & Interior Design: Ministry of Design: Colin Seah, David Tan, Jeremiah Abueva, Zsombor Baktay, Don Castaneda, Charissa Ho, Norberto Olegario, Ruth Chong, Arnel Anoneuvo
- Submissions Architect: AC Consortium Pte Ltd
- C&S: Engineers Partnership LLP
- Facilities: 5-meter high industrial office spaces (5m ceiling height), Basement car parking,
Roof level terrace
Tuesday, June 16th, 2015
Article source: de Jong Gortemaker Algra architects
ProRail’s new train control centre in Utrecht is the dynamic heart of ProRail’s train services in and around Utrecht. The design by dJGA has specifically focussed on users; the main aim is to allow them to do their jobs as effectively as possible.
Image Courtesy © Christian Richters
- Architects: de Jong Gortemaker Algra architects
- Project: Train Control Centre
- Location: Bielsstraat 1, Utrecht, the Netherlands
- Photography: Christian Richters
- Software Used: Autodesk, Revit and 3D Max
- Team: Maurits Algra, Tycho Saariste, Karen Glandrup, Franke van den Broek, Mike Zelke
- Project management: Arcadis B.V.
- Project leadership: Humanagement
- Client: ProRail Facility Management, www.ProRail.nl
- Area: 4,480 m²
- Year: 2015
Sunday, June 14th, 2015
Article source: SoNo arhitekti
This one-family residence is surrounded by nature overlooking the Austrian Alps. It iss located in a small village more than 800 m above the sea level connected with the famous skiing region of Kitzbuehel.
Image Courtesy © Matevž Paternoster
- Architects: SoNo arhitekti
- Project: MOUNTAIN-VIEW HOUSE
- Location: Austria
- Photography: Matevž Paternoster
- Software used:Autocad, 3ds max and Photoshop
- Authors: Edvard Blažko, Marko Volk, Nina Tešanović
- Site area: 850 m2
- Nett building area: 340 m2
- Year of constrution: 2015
Friday, June 12th, 2015
Article source: John Portman & Associates
The project, designed by architects John Portman & Associates, is composed of a 356-key hotel, a residential towerand support amenities on a 21,174-square-meter site in the Bao’an Central Area business district in the booming Qianhai development zone of Shenzhen, China.The hotel tower is 26 stories tall, yet, at 99-meters tall, rises higher than the 29-story residential tower. There is a total built area of 84,600 square meters above grade.
Image Courtesy © www.willpryce.com
- Architects: John Portman & Associates
- Project: JW Marriott Shenzhen Bao’an and Residences at Haiyi Plaza
- Location: Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
- Photography: www.willpryce.com
- Software used: Microstation (CAD) and Bentley Architecture (BIM), 3DStudio Max and SketchUp
- Owner/Developer: Shenzhen OCT Hotel Real Estate Co., Ltd.
- Local Design Institute: Shenzhen Huasen Architecture & Engineering Design Consulting Co., Ltd.
- Structural Engineer: John Portman & Associates / Huasen Architectural & Engineering Consultants
- Interior Design: HBA (Singapore)
Sunday, June 7th, 2015
XVIII century building attic area renovation to three-level penthouse:
“The architect and interior designer Svetozar Andreev needed a lot of imagination skills when he saw the attic of the house he had to redesign. In the result, he turned a dirty attic with a leaky roof into a modern 3-level penthouse apartment. The powerful sunshine through the big rooftop windows fill the whole apartment with natural light. In an interior, besides furniture of well-known brands, the most part of subjects is created according to Svetozar Andreev’s sketches: the kitchen tables, systems of built-in furniture are made especially for this interior.The large terrace allows an owner to have a barbecue on an open air, and it is simple to admire historic center of the city without leaving own apartment.”
Image Courtesy © Peter Lebedev
- Architects: Svetozar Andreev Architectural Studio
- Project: Three level penthouse
- Photography: Peter Lebedev
- Software used: 3ds Max, Vray, Autocad
- Total frea: 390 sq. meters.
- Terrace area: 120 sq. meters.
Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015
Article source: v2com
To celebrate the company’s 45 years of existence, the owners of Boutique Penelope wanted to not only expand their Place Ste-Foy business in Quebec City but also refresh its brand image through a new store design. The goal was to create a flow between the various spaces while preserving the existing display cases. Hatem+D Architecture used a logical and harmonious design concept to devise three distinct and well-defined zones. The “watches” section, in elegant black located in the back of the boutique, features a sales counter and a screen wall. In the middle, the white “jewelery” area illuminates the space with its counters and a repair workshop that’s cleverly delineated with frosted glass partitions. The balance between this opposition of black and white is smoothly interrupted by the champagne coloured gemstone station, a display overhung by a sculptural structure that resembles the facets of cut diamonds. The space is topped with a white acoustic module with recessed light fixtures, which brings an elegant contrast to the black ceiling. The large volumes and visual oppositions of this layout all blend together elegantly. Customers are offered an experience that’s both sophisticated and functional, and whose beauty is only matched by the refreshing and refined design.
Image Courtesy © Hatem + D
- Architects: Hatem+D
- Project: Boutique Penelope
- Location: Québec, Canada
- Software used: 3ds Max studio (more…)