Archive for the ‘3dS Max’ Category
Friday, January 11th, 2013
Article source: BAK Architectos
This work is the result of a process that began in 2004 with the construction of a summer house in the forest of Mar Azul.
It was about intervening in an area of outstanding natural beauty, owner of a wild strong presence that gradually has been domesticated by the proliferation of constructions with a formal search between a bucolic character and picturesqueness which in no way refer to that environment nor to this present.
Image Courtesy Gustavo Sosa Pinilla
- Architects: BAK Architectos
- Project: Casa Av Summer House
- Location: Mar Azul, department of Villa Gesell, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Architects: María Victoria Besonías, Luciano Kruk
- Collaborators: Arq. Nuria Jover, Enzo Vitali
- Land area: 600 m2
- Built area 110 m2
- Construction year: 2011
- Photos: Gustavo Sosa Pinilla
- Software used: Autocad and 3Dstudio
Thursday, January 10th, 2013
Article source: BESONIAS ALMEIDA arquitectos.
We propose choices which guarantee the survival of the natural environment.
Mar Azul is a place well-known for us from time ago, so when we built our first work in 2004, we knew that we have to intervene a land that, despite of its worthy landscape, had never count with a legal support that protect this patrimony of those which built with a unique aim: get the most out of the earth. This land neither count with a code that, understanding the logic of this privileged space, regulate resolving the difference between this inappropriate constructions and the possibility of building without losing the properties of the site. In addition to this situation, the habit of building “picturesque houses in a place of fantasy” is taming slowly the forest, which is nowadays owner of a strong wild presence.
Image Courtesy Daniela Mac Adden
- Architects: BESONIAS ALMEIDA arquitectos.
- Project: Concrete House
- Location: Mar Azul, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
- Architects: María Victoria Besonías, Guillermo de Almeida
- Land area: 595, 5 m²
- Built area: 90 m²
- Construction year: 2006/2007
- Photographers: Daniela Mac Adden, Gustavo Sosa Pinilla-summa
- Software used: Autocad and 3Dstudio
Thursday, January 3rd, 2013
Article source: OFL Architecture
The project stems from the idea of creating a perfect synergy between architecture, nature and social technologies Jardimpu (Arduino and Paraimpu).
The name “St. Horto” is a pun, between Italian and English language. The two words “Horto” and “St” give at the same time the idea of a sacred, intimate garden and of something crooked, apparently disordered but full of life, just like a plant. Together they represent the irregular geometry (crooked or oblique) but highly controlled architectural design of the garden.
Image Courtesy OFL Architecture
- Architects: OFL Architecture
- Project: St. Horto
- Location: Rome, Italy
- Architecture and Landscape Design: OFL Architecture (Francesco Lipari, Vanessa Todaro, Federico Giacomarra)
- Team: Mitchell Joachim (Consultant for Sustainability), Alberto Serra (Technology Strategies), Nicola Corona (Cultivation Cycle), DOF Engineers – Felice Allievi (Engineering)
- Client: Lanificio 159
- Area: 200 sqm
- Year: 2012
- Software used: Rhino, 3dS Max and V-ray
Wednesday, December 19th, 2012
Article source: 0e1 Arquitetos
Brazilian firm 0e1 arquitetos have completed ‘apartment da atria’ located in porto alegre, brazil. situated in one of the oldest and most traditional streets of the city, this flat reflects the current revival movement happening to the historical district. even though the sidewalks of this area are meeting points for creative professionals and artists, the interior of the old blocks have been neglected, resulting in lifeless urban canyons.
Image Courtesy 0e1 Arquitetos
- Architects: 0e1 Arquitetos
- Project: Apartamento de Atriz
- Location: Porto Alegre, Brazil
- Architect or Designer: 0e1 Arquitetos
- Project Design Team: Ana Cristina Castagna, Anna Carolina Manfroi, Gabriel Giambastiani, Mário Guidoux, Pablo Resende
- Area: 72m²
- Photos: Marcelo Donadussi
- Design Period: 2011
- Completion Period: 2012
- Software used: AutoCAD, Sketchup, Rhinoceros 5 and 3DS Max
Wednesday, December 19th, 2012
Article source: Ekler Architect
This new development is the extension of a summer camp built in the late 80s. The old buildings of the Folk Arts Camp were designed by Dezso Ekler and received wide publicity at the time. Now three new buildings are planned to build: a reception building, a building for different activities and a building accommodating sanitary facilities. The local council insisted on the new constructions also bearing the mark of the original buildings’ architect, and the designer interpreted this by enlarging his signature as buildings.
Image Courtesy Ekler Architect
- Architects: Ekler Architect
- Project: Folk Arts Camp 2009-2012
- location: Nagykálló, Hungary
- Architect: Dezső Ekler, Ekler Architect
- Developer: Counlic of Nagykálló
- Structural Engineer: E&H Ltd.
- M&E.: Opti-Team Ltd.
- Total Building Area: 1.411 m2
- Bath Building: 377 m2
- Reception Building: 294 m2
- Activities Building: 278 m2
- Design Units: 3
- Cost: 1.000.000 EUR
- Copyright of images and original work: Ekler Architect
- Software used: Designed using ArchiCAD; Visualization using 3DS Max
Sunday, December 9th, 2012
Article source: ZA Architects
The main idea of the project is to create a flexible and multi-purpose solution for small and medium-sized hotel business. Here we suggest a modular structrure which can be easily implemeted throughout Ukraine. If some changes in the insulation parameteres of certain details and in the layout of the hall should be made, this design can be realized in other climates as well. In terms of structure, the hotel represents a construction kit on the basis of pre-fabricated units, such as “Containex”, which have the dimensions and technical specifications of maritime shipping containers.
Image Courtesy ZA Architects
- Architects: ZA Architects
- Project: Container Hotel
- Location: Crimea, Ukraine
- Customer: “Barrel”
- Function: Hotel
- Program: Variable
- Architect: Dmitry Zhuikov
- 3D visualization: Dmitry Zhuikov
- Year: 2010
- Software used: 3D max, V-ray, Archicad, Autocad, Adobe Photosop, Adobe After Effect
Monday, December 3rd, 2012
Article source: Arkispazio
MuMAC, Museum of Coffee Machine, was designed by Paolo Balzanelli owner of Arkispazio and Valerio Cometti founder of Valerio Cometti+V12 Design in order to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Cimbali Group, the most important pofessional coffee machine manufacturer in the world, through its legendary brands LaCimbali and Faema.
Image Courtesy Angelo Margutti & Associati
- Architects: Arkispazio
- Project: Museum MUMAC Museum of Coffee Machine
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Project Team: Karolina Kolodziej, Massimo Lapenna, Roberto Lamanna
- Photography: Angelo Margutti & Associati
- Client: Gruppo Cimbali
- Head designers: Paolo Balzanelli, Valerio Cometti
- Structural Engineering: Francesco Terreni
- MEP Engineering: Antonio Bozino
- Built Surface: 1800 m2
- Building Opening: October 2012
- Software used: Autocad and 3d Studio Max
Saturday, December 1st, 2012
Article source: Organic Scapes and Architecture [OS+A]
The concept design proposal is based on the social aspect that defines every manufactured product within its geographical scope. This social aspect manifests itself through the design of an externally equipped public space, internal common areas with natural light, an elaborate landscape and hard-scape design, a predisposition of interesting observation points and the contemplation of their surrounding context, and the desire to accentuate a constant permeable state between external and internal spaces.
Image Courtesy Organic Scapes and Architecture
- Architects: Organic Scapes and Architecture [OS+A]
- Project: Redevelopment of Malga Fosse
- Location: Comune di Siror, Trento, Italy
- Project in collaboration with: Chiara Marchionni, Luca Vernocchi
- Type: International Competition
- Program: Restaurant, Residence, Bar
- Year: 2012
- Status: Competition Entry
- Team: [OS+A – Gabriel Belli Butler, Stefano Rocchetti] in collaboration with: Chiara Marchionni, Luca Vernocchi
- Energy and Sustainabilty Consultant: Lukas Sosna
- Building Volume: 1740 m³
- Software used: Rhino 4.0, 3D studio Max 11, Vray 1.5, Adobe Illustrator and InDesign CS5
Friday, November 30th, 2012
Article source: Damilano Studio Architects
The “Barra Barra & office” was born as an expression of the spirit of the company at your side that cares about the eco-energy saving and new philosophy and technologies in construction and business management.
Image Courtesy Andrea Martiradonna
- Architects:Damilanostudio Architects
- Project: Barra & Barra Office
- Location: Centallo (CN), Piemonte, Italy
- Project team: DamilanostudioArchitects
- Architect: Arch. Duilio Damilano
- Client: Barra & Barra srl
- State Of Project: X Completed □ Under construction
- Building Surveyor: Ing. Romina Barra
- Photographer: Andrea Martiradonna
- Software used: Autocad and 3ds Max
Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
Article source: Jendretzki llc.
This 4,000 square foot classic loft space tries to maintain the openness, utilitarian and industrial language of its raw brick, wood, and steel elements exposed. We created separations between rooms by placing free standing volumes instead of floor to ceiling partitions creating a landscape of intriguing geography, materials, heights, light and shadow.
Image Courtesy Jendretzki llc.
- Architects: Jendretzki llc.
- Project: Loft in Noho
- Location: Noho, New York City, USA
- Software used: 3DS Max, Rhinocerous, Autocad