Archive for the ‘3dS Max’ Category
Sunday, April 1st, 2012
Article source: Damilano Studio Architects
Oficina Vidre Negre was born as a contemporary sculpture, a symbol of a dynamic and continuous development with the need for strong identification, even in terms of image.
In a context of peripheral node of the motorway, the building is set within a park, planted with native species, in which a sort of town square accompanied to the entrance.
The dynamism of the client is shown in architecture, volume changing, a prism completely covered in black glass faceted and integrated photovoltaic panels.
The structure is split reflected in the wide expanse of water over the stage function, is the reserve of water for fire-fighting system and irrigation of the park.
Night View (Images Courtesy Andrea Martiradonna)
- Architect: Damilano Studio Architects
- Name of Project: Oficina Vidre Negre
- Location: Cuneo, Piemonte, Italy
- Client: PORTA ROSSA S.P.A.
- Project type: Office Building
- Photographer: Andrea Martiradonna
- Software used: Autocad and 3ds Max
Thursday, March 29th, 2012
Article source: OFIS Arhitekti
The project is the renovation of an apartment contained within an art nouveau building originally designed and built in 1902 (architect C.M. Koch). The building is a 5 floor residential block in the centre of Ljubljana overlooking a square surrounded by residential and mixed use buildings.
Image Courtesy Tomaz Gregoric, Jan Celeda
- Architects: OFIS Arhitekti
- Project: Level apartment
- Location: Ljubljana historical City Centre, Slovenia
- Type: Residential apartment
- Client: private
- Renovation Area: 115 m2
- Project team: Rok Oman, Spela Videcnik, Andrej Gregoric, Janez Martincic, Janja Del Linz, William Gibson, Estefania Lopez Tornay, Nika Zufic
- Photography: Tomaz Gregoric, Jan Celeda
- Software used: AutoCAD and 3DS Max
Wednesday, March 28th, 2012
Article source: Architektu biuras G.Natkevicius ir partneriai
This is the first crematorium in Lithuania. The idea to build a crematorium was born in the interwar period, but at that time only furnace to reduce medical waste in Kaunas hospital was built. Increasing cremation traditions Lithunians use cremation services in Latvia and Poland. To make a path for the first crematorium in Lithuania wasn’t easy. Despite the big enthusiasm, the catholic mind and political hypocrisy, the lack and imperfections of environmental and other laws were overcome only in 2011. The owners of Kedainiai crematorium, doctor and environmentalist, showed the strength.
Image Courtesy G.Česonis
- ARCHITECTS: Architektu biuras G.Natkevicius ir partneriai
- PROJECT: Crematorium in Kėdainiai
- LOCATION: Metalistų st., Kėdainiai, Lithuania
- COMPLETED: 2011
- BUILDING AREA: 775 m2
- ARCHITECTS: G.Natkevičius, A.Rimšelis
- PHOTOGRAPHS: G.Česonis
- STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING: JSC CONSTR, Adomas Sabaliauskas/ JSC KONSTRUKTORIŲ CECHAS, Kęstutis Matijošaitis
- FURNITURE MANUFACTURER: JSC DEVERUS, Jonas Noreika
- LIGHTNING: PROMODUS IO
- Software used: AutoCAD and 3DS Max
Sunday, March 25th, 2012
Article source: Estudio HMA
From the beginning of the project we understood the intrinsic qualities associated with this piece of urban fabric. We here deal with a rectangular space with measures that do not exceed 7.50 m x 12.00 m located practically in the heart of the square. This is a dwelling unit of the type of the row houses in the city of Buenos Aires. At the beginning of the last century it was common to build small houses with the conceptual characteristics of the “sausage house” multiplied for the depth of an urban lot. The project then rose as a challenge to customer demands whose programmatic needs far exceeded the possibilities offered by the nature of the terrain. We also had to be aware of the constraints brought by the responsibility of reforming a historic site that was protected by the law of the city of Buenos Aires.
Image Courtesy Esteban Lobo
- Architects: Estudio HMA
- Project: PH house
- Location: El Salvador 4633, Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Project Documentation Construction Managers: HM.Arquitectos. Fernando Hitzig & Leonardo Militello
- Collaborators: Juliana Zorza, Rubén Ruiz, Carmela Zuleta
- Structure consultant: Ing. Carlos Gandini
- Construction: Estudio HMa
- Photography: Esteban Lobo
- Project Type: House + pool at the terrace
- Built Area: 126 m2
- Exposed Area: 63 m2
- Software used: Autocad, 3d Studio Max
Saturday, March 24th, 2012
Article source: Rafael viNoly architects
The CityCenter Condo-Hotel, a $510 million, 1,543- room condominium-hotel, is a key component of MGM/Mirage’s new flagship development. The 1.6 million-square-foot residential hotel includes three dining facilities, pool and spa areas, and additional retail and office space. The hotel tower will be 54 stories tall, rising up to 550 feet above street level. Located at a strategic junction between the new CityCenter hotel and casino and the existing Bellagio Hotel & Casino, the project will serve as the gateway between both buildings, connecting two of MGM/Mirage’s largest and most prominent properties in Las Vegas. The project is scheduled to be completed by winter 2009.
Vdara Hotel & Spa at CityCenter
- Architects: Rafael Vinoly Architects
- Project: Vdara Hotel & Spa at CityCenter, Las Vegas
- Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
- Budget: $ 527,000,000
- Size: 1,610,000 gross square feet
- Project status: Completed
- Type: Hotel, Residential, Retail, Pool, Spa, Conference Center
- Software used: Didn’t really use anything special. Just Autocad. Did a lot of modeling in Rhino and did some sun exposure studies and renderings in 3d Studio Max as well.
Friday, March 23rd, 2012
Article source: David Giraldeau / Alexandre Guilbeault
“Controlled Collapsing” is a project recently sumbitted to the 2012 EVOLO SCKYSCRAPER COMPETITION. Established in 2006, the annual Competition recognizes outstanding ideas that redefine skyscraper design through the use of new technologies, materials, programs, aesthetics, and spatial organizations, along with studies on globalization, flexibility, adaptability, and the digital revolution. This is also an investigation on the public and private space and the role of the individual and the collective in the creation of a dynamic and adaptive vertical community.
- Architects: David Giraldeau / Alexandre Guilbeault
- Project: Controlled Collapsing
- Software used: 3ds max to design the project and adobe illustrator/photoshop for the other 2d graphics.
Thursday, March 22nd, 2012
Article source: Kengo Kuma & Associates
Location of this Starbucks is somehow characteristic, as it stands on the main approach to the Dazaifu Tenmangu, one of the most major shrines in Japan. Established in 919 A.D., the shrine has been worshiped as “the God for Examination,” and receives about 2 million visitors a year who wish their success. Along the main path to the shrine, there are traditional Japanese buildings in one or two stories. The project aimed to make a structure that harmonizes with such townscape, using a unique system of weaving thin woods diagonally.
Image Courtesy Masao Nishikawa
- Architects:KENGO KUMA & ASSOCIATES
- Project: Starbucks Coffee at Dazaifu Tenmangu Omotesando
- Location: 3-1196-11 Zaifu, Dazaifu, Fukuoka Prefecture
- Client : Manten Corporation
- Photography : Masao Nishikawa
- Type of Construction：new construction
- Purpose：coffee shop
- Number of Stories: One story on the ground
- Software used: Rhinoceros, Grasshopper,3D max
Wednesday, March 21st, 2012
Article source: workshopapd
Paying homage to the Baroque staircase attributed to 17th century English master Edmund Pearce (on exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art), workshop/apd fashioned a contemporary update for a modern Tribeca loft. Where Pearce incorporated oak leaves and pine cones, we digitized interlaced tree branches to create an element of modern-day beauty and craft in water-jet cut steel, bringing fancifulness and ornamentation back to architecture. Like its predecessor, the dramatic scroll – now in perforated steel – weaves the two floors together in a unique way.
Image Courtesy T.G. Olcott
- Architects: workshop/apd
- Project: E. Pearce Revisited
- Location:New York,NY
- Project Type:Private Residence, Loft
- Area:2,400 square feet
- Photography: T.G. Olcott
- Software used: 3D Studio Max, Revit, and Illustrator
Saturday, March 17th, 2012
Article source: FGMF Arquitetos
The multi-use complex proposed for this 32.000m² lot aims at creating not only a new architectural reference for the region, but also a new destination for the city. Adding three different uses – retail, office buildings and modular offices – the new complex creates a landmark in the landscape, values the surroundings, and establishes a new shopping destination.
Image Courtesy FGMF Arquitetos
- ARCHITECTS: Forte, Gimenes & Marcondes Ferraz Arquitetos
- PROJECT: The Multi-Use Complex
- LOCATION: Brasília – DF – Brazil
- TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION: Multiuse Building
- SITE AREA: 37,000.00 m²
- BUILT AREA: 85,000.00 m²
- DATE OF PROJECT: 2011
- AUTHORS: Fernando Forte, Lourenço Gimenes e Rodrigo Marcondes Ferraz
- COORDINATOR: Ana Paula Barbosa
- ARCHITECTS: Carolina Matsumoto, Marina Almeida e Fábio Pittas
- TRAINEES: Mayara Benegas
- Software used: Autodesk AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator and Google SketchUp for development and 3DSMax for the render images and videos.
Thursday, March 15th, 2012
Article source: WE Architecture
The new Cancer Care Center in Naestved is located in close proximity to the regional Hospital. The purpose of the center is helping anyone affected by cancer through professional help in exceptional buildings specifically designed for this.
Cancer Care Center
- Architects: WE Architecture
- Project: Oasis
- Location: Naestved, Denmark
- Assignment: Invited competition
- Type: Cancer Caring Centre
- Client: Kræftens bekæmpelse & Realdania
- Year: 2012
- Team: Marc Jay, Julie Schmidt-Nielsen, Nora Fossum, Rasmus Røgen, Justin Cua, Karen Shiue, Kristian Hindsberg, Lasma Grigone&Casper Berntsen
- Software used: Adobe Indesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Rhino, V-ray, 3ds max, AutoCad 2012