Archive for the ‘3dS Max’ Category
Thursday, May 17th, 2012
Article source: Bleds-Design
The expo pavilion is a complex problem of displaying the future of technology, culture, and life with today’s capabilities. To take a look forward and to examine not only what is on display but the aperture that holds that promise of a better city, better life. In the long tradition of Expo innovations, the Shadow Pavilion pushes today’s ideas of formation and structure to the next step; by looking at complex organizations and the integration of the two ideas.
Model Image Looking East
- Architects: Jared Bledsoe & Simon Lee
- Project: Shadow Pavilion Shanghai Expo 2010
- Location: Shanghai, China
- Project Team: Jared Bledsoe & Simon Lee
- Project Date: 2008
- Software used: Bentley’s Generative Components (GC), Rhino, & 3d max
Saturday, May 12th, 2012
Article source: Nimbu
The conception of an architecture pavilion that is universal, timeless and spaceless shouldn’t be connected with the idea of conceiving a meaningless construction. Instead, an architecture pavilion that intent to be contemporary should be a construction that pursuit the architecture itself. Finnish architect Juhani Pallasmaa says that the renewal of an art, whatever it may be, means rediscovering its deepest essence, and that architecture is a direct expression of the existence, of the human presence in the world.
- Architects: Nimbu
- Project: Sky Light Pavilion
- Location: no location set
- Design team: Nimbu (Diego Fagundes, Erica Mattos, Paula Franchi and Romullo Baratto)
- Prize: Third Prize
- Use: Pavilion
- Client: Architecture Pavilion Competition by Arhitekton Magazine and Kingspan
- Project year: 2012
- Software used: Autodesk Autocad for technical drawing; Google Sketchup for volumetric studies, modeling and final rendering; 3D Studio Max for rendering; Adobe Photoshop for editing images
Tuesday, May 8th, 2012
Article source: Planning Korea
Seoul-based architectural practice Planning Korea has completed ‘Jeju Cocoon House’ inspired by volcanic topography ofJejuisland and a cocoon of living organism.
The cocoon located at the center of the house provides a space made by nature that protects and develops inner living things from outside.It creates a space like an art piece by translating the round shape of cocoon as an eco structure design.
Jeju Cocoon House
- Architects: Planning Korea
- Project: Jeju Cocoon House
- Location: Jeju, Korea
- Client: Berjaya Jeju Resort Limited
- Completion: 2015
- Software used: 3DS Max with Mental Ray
Thursday, May 3rd, 2012
Article source: Klingmann Architects + Brand Consultants
KABC’s vision for the development of the innovative office and research center in the Hai Chuang Yuan Community reflects the goals of the new high technology research campus, which promotes a new paradigm for research and development campuses in the region. Sustainability is at the core of the architectural expression, encompassing environmental, social, economic and cultural sustainability by fostering community and promoting new techniques and technologies. As one approaches the innovative office and research center in the Hai Chuang Yuan Community , the buildings immediately captivate the passerby with their iconic presence. Freestanding on the site, they read as transparent, geometrical, glazed forms floating as visually light, crystalline structures above the landscape.
View of Office & Lab Complex at Night
- Architect: Klingmann Architects + Brand Consultants
- Name of project: Office/Lab Complex B
- Location: Hangzhou, China
- Site area: 50,522 m2
- Project Scope: Schematic Design, Landscape Design
- Project Type: Commercial Office Space
- Client: Zhejiang Energy Company
- Team: Anna Klingmann, Dongcheol Yang, Eva Poulopoulou, Sarina Heres, Perry Wold, Dominique Dassum, Andrew Brooks, Atul Kumar Jain, Pinglie Huang, Xiaomeng Fu
- Software used: 3dS Max, AutoCAD
Friday, April 27th, 2012
Article source: Klingmann Architects + Brand Consultants
KABC’s vision for the development of the innovative office and research center in the Hai Chuang Yuan Community reflects the goals of the new high technology research campus, which promotes a new paradigm for research and development campuses in the region. Sustainability is at the core of the architectural expression, encompassing environmental, social, economic and cultural sustainability by fostering community and promoting new techniques and technologies.
View of Office & Lab Complex during the Day
Wednesday, April 25th, 2012
Article source: Alexios Vandoros
At the streets Syggrou and Valaoritou takes place a new urban transformation of the city of Thessaloniki, Greece. The old small industry shops are converted to coffee-bars, pubs, alternative restaurants…
The area combines the old with the new, the alternative with the common. And, basically, ‘cheap’ entertainment..
A new place was created there, a coffee-bar, in a building that is said to be the oldest in the town of Thessaloniki. It was built at the end of the 19th century, and was the private house of the famous merchant ‘Allatini’, known as such since 1926.
- Architects: Alexios Vandoros – ShAPe Architects (Sandra Kalliagra, Patty Psarrou)
- Name of project: L’ovella Negra Bar
- Location: Thessalonika, Greece
- Completion Date: December 2009
- Software used: Autocad and 3dsmax
Saturday, April 21st, 2012
Article source: João Diniz
At the higher level is the house. The metal cantilever looks for lagoon views Its undulations talk to Pampulha. The built volume mixes structures: Steel, concrete, wood complement each other defining supports, closures and roofs. The internal integration of the coexistence space connects to the exterior bringing inward the idea and the distance of the Belo Horizonte’s edge.
Exterior View (Images Courtesy Marcílio Gazzinelli)
- Architect: João Diniz
- Name of Project: KS House
- Location: Pampulha, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil
- Project start: 2004
- Completion: 2007
- Photos: Marcílio Gazzinelli
- Software used: Autocad and 3dStudio Max
Friday, April 20th, 2012
Article source: Pedra Silva Architects
Why do healthcare spaces have to be cold spaces?
This has been the underlying question since the beginning of our proposal. In fact there are several activities that go on in a clinical space, some regarding actual medical treatments and others related with social and reception areas. Although one might consider the treatment areas to be central in a dental clinic, this project aims to reinforce the social and humane side of healthcare facilities, by proposing two distinct and opposite environments: the clinic space and the social space. The first is a rigorous, hygienic and professional space, mainly in white materials, that aspires to provide confidence and serenity to the patient. The second is a space for meeting, relaxing and comfort, a way to distance the patient from the clinical mindset.
Interior View (Images Courtesy João Morgado)
- Architects: Pedra Silva Architects
- Name of Project: Clini´c T
- Location: Lisboa, Portugal
- Team: Dina Castro, Hugo Ramos, Maria Rita Pais, Jette Fyhn, André Góis Fernandes, Ricardo Sousa
- Project area: 149m2
- Project year: 2011
- Contractor: Sabrab Engenharia
- Photographs: João Morgado
- Software used: Google sketchup, Graphisoft Archicad, Autodesk Autocad, Autodesk 3ds Max, Chaos Group Vray, FaronStudio PixPlant
Friday, April 20th, 2012
Article source: ippolito fleitz group
Bella Italia is a wine store as well as a restaurant. The owner is a typical warmhearted Sicilian woman. While selling the products of her home country and offering a creative home-style cuisine on an upscale level she transfers the Italian spirit to Germany. “Bella Italia Weine” was run for many years in a small living-room-like place with a very personal atmosphere. To extend the sales area as well as the capacity of seats she decided to move to a new location.
Images Courtesy Zooey Braun
- Architect: ippolito fleitz group
- Name of project: Bella Italia Weine
- Location: Stuttgart, Germany
- Photo credited: Zooey Braun
- Software used: Vectorworks and 3DSMax with VRay
Thursday, April 19th, 2012
Article source: Francesco Fiotti
Our proposal for the New Church of Våler is placed in the southern part of the project area in continuity with the ancient church, attempting to recover not only the orientation of it, but also the memory. The proposed design refers at the boat: the boat as a symbol of Christianity that welcomes and protects within it the faithful; the Drakkar as tribute at the exploratory tradition of the Norwegian people.
View from the woods (Images Courtesy Sergio Capasso)
- Architect: Francesco Fiotti
- Name of Project: New Church of Våler Proposal
- Location: Våler, Norway
- Team: Carmela Scala (architect), Sergio Capasso (rendering), Enzo Junior Dessì (structural engineer), Fabio Locascio (structural engineer)
- Net floor area: 730 mq
- Type of project: Competition
- Year: 2011
- Image credits: Sergio Capasso, Carmela Scala and Francesco Fiotti
- Software used: 3DS Max