Archive for the ‘3dS Max’ Category
Tuesday, March 6th, 2012
Article source: EASTERN design office
The facade of this house has the shape of a keyhole.
A key to open “my house”, which is standing along a narrow street of a crowded town, is designed as a key itself on the façade of this house. A house can be called a key, which will open up your life happily. Such a small key, this house is a key!
Image Courtesy Koichi Torimura
- Architects: EASTERN design office
- Project: Keyhole House
- Location: Kyoto, Japan
- Site Area：90.81㎡
- Total Floor Area：103.47㎡
- Structural Engineering: EASTERN design office
- Photographer：Koichi Torimura
- Software used: Vectorworks for drawings,and 3ds Max for making CG.
Sunday, March 4th, 2012
Article source: Andrej Kalamar
Apartment buildings are located in a redeveloped downtown area that has recently been converted from derelict industrial to public and residential use. Despite its central position in the city, the site is removed from main roads and downtown bustle. Next to the new music school on the north of the city block, three apartment buildings rise from a green surface. Their positions reflect the heterogeneous surroundings; variety of directions influences the varying orientations of the volumes. As there are no parallel facades, each apartment can establish an individual character without obstruction.
Image Courtesy Miran Kambič, Studio Kalamar
- Architects: Andrej Kalamar – Studio Kalamar
- Project: Cvetkova Apartments
- Location: Murska Sobota, Slovenia
- Structural Engineering:Dušan Arko
- HVAC Engineering:Jože Velnar
- Electrical Engineering:Aleš Matuš
- Client: Imo-Real d.o.o.
- Software used: AutoCAD and 3DS Max
Monday, February 20th, 2012
Article source: PinkCloud.dk
The Oil Silo Home, designed by pinkcloud.dk in Berlin, recycles oil silos by transforming them into affordable houses. An oil silo is a storage container for compressed liquefied petroleum gas. There are approximately 49,000 oil silos in over 660 oil refineries worldwide! As the human population increases at an exponential rate, oil discovery decreases at an exponential rate. Soon all existing oil silos will be abandoned as fuel storage containers.
- Architect: PinkCloud.dk
- Name of Project: Oil Silo Home
- Location: Berlin, Germany
- Software used: Rhino, Grasshopper, 3D Studio Max, and EcoTect
Saturday, February 18th, 2012
Article source: SMV Architects
The mountains, canyons, powerful rivers, waterfalls and lakes surrounded by rough rocks have turned into the cradle of the Armenian nation. Armenia, being the first to adopt Christianity as a state religion in 301 has taken its faith through centuries of adversities and temptations to our days. Armenia is a country that thanks to its literary works and masterpieces of art has enriched the world culture.
- Architects: SMV Architects
- Project: Hotel Armenia in Sochi for Winter Olimpic Games 2014
- Location: Armenia
- Project Team: Sargis Sardaryan, Ruzanna Mamyan, Ani Veranyan
- Software used: ArchiCAD, 3DMax, Adobe Photoshop
Saturday, February 18th, 2012
Article source: HM.Arquitectos
From to barbecue shed to loft. Construction was organized through a very specific set of needs from the owner. It had to be an area with independent access within the house, one that not only would solve the needs for leisure and recreation, but that would also have the asset of functioning along with the garden as a backing for those needs. This would result in a barbecue shed/playroom/office as well as the guest rooms.
Front View (Images Courtesy Mastepix)
- Architect: HM.Arquitectos
- Name of Project: PH Loft Arias
- Location: Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Construction Managers: HM.Arquitectos – Fernando Hitzig & Leonardo Militello
- Collaborators: Ruben Ruiz
- Photography: Mastepix
- Software used: Autocad, 3d Studio Max
Saturday, February 11th, 2012
Article source: maxwan architects+urbanists
Magdeburg, founded upon the Elbe River, has a history of scientific innovation. The scheme takes the existing bland, but quite functional campus and adds a series of gathering spaces. These linked spaces continue eastward to form the framework for the future development of a tech center, while also connecting to the historic harbor and the riverfront. This forms a car free spine that brings together diverse users to mingle in a series of mixed use spaces. Additionally, new pathways complete a previously broken link in the green network of the city. The signature element along the spine is a covered public forum that resides adjacent to the pedestrian underpass and is topped by a cinema and conference center.
- Architect: maxwan architects+urbanists
- Name of Project: Magdeburg
- Location: Magdeburg, Germany
- Program: Commercial
- Client: City of Magdeburg
- Software used: Photoshop, Illustrator, 3DMax, Autocad.
Wednesday, February 8th, 2012
Article source: APLAN
Following the Competition at the end of 2006, the investor MABRA engineering entrusted the author of the winning elaborate, Lečnik Darko, with the planning of the project, who, along with his team APLAN d.o.o. and colleague Rafael Draksler with the team ARHITEKA d.o.o., began drawing up projects for the business and residential facility DUNAJSKI KRISTALI.
Image Courtesy Miran Kambič
- Architects: APLAN
- Project: Dunajski Kristali
- Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Client: MABRA engineering
- Design team: Darko Lečnik APLAN team for the business portion
- Associates in charge: Darko Lečnik, Architect – business portion,
- Structural: Edvard Štok and KONSTAT BIRO
- Project year: 2011
- Project area: 40,000 m2/sqm
- Photographs: Miran Kambič
- Software used: AutoCAD, 3DS MAX
Friday, February 3rd, 2012
Article source: HartnessVision and YGS
New York City AIDS Memorial Park Competition
The combined site is experienced through the 2 ramped passageways, that begin and end at the same place but remain separate. “Health “– embodied by the verdant park, benches, and vegetation– surrounds “Infection”–symbolized by an isolated ramp. The two realities are visible to each other but separated by a glass enclosure.
- Architect: HartnessVision and YGS
- Name of Project: Melting Pot
- Location: New York City, USA
- Scope: NYC’s first AIDS memorial, creation of park
- Size: 18,000 sq ft
- Budget: $30Million
- Design Partners: Yael Getz-Schoen, AIA, LEED-AP
- Software used:
Plans, sections: sketchup
Modeling : Sketchup, 3DS Max
Rendering: 3DS Max
Post production: Photoshop, InDesign
Thursday, February 2nd, 2012
Article source: blank studio architecture
The Xeros project is sited within a late 1950’s era neighborhood where the urban grid of Phoenix, Arizona is overtaken by the organic land forms of the north phoenix mountain preserve. Located at the end of two dead-end streets, the Xeros residence is positioned upon the upward slope of a 50’x 250’ double lot facing the mountain preserve to the north and the city center to the south.
Exterior View (Images Courtesy Bill Timmerman, Timmerman Photography, Incorporated)
- Architect: blank studio architecture
- Name of Project: The Xeros Residence
- Location: Phoenix, Arizona
- Construction complete: January 2006
- Type: Single-family residence
- Photography: Bill Timmerman, Timmerman Photography, Incorporated
- Software used: AutoCAD all for drawings and 3D Studio MAX for renders
Sunday, January 29th, 2012
Article source: Bunker Arquitectura
What happens when the concept of a project is reduced to a facade in the process of its development? Are purely aesthetic aims valid in architecture? Is façadism something worthwhile? Are we to become architectural dermatologists?
A client contacted us to design a hotel for corporate suites in Napoles, a residential neighborhood in Mexico City that has been rapidly converting to office use over the past few years. The plot was located across the street from the convention center of the World Trade Center, by far the busiest office building in the city. The suites were intended to accommodate businesspeople visiting the WTC and the year round expositions.
Image Courtesy Fabiola Menchelli
- Architects: Bunker Arquitectura
- Project: Filadelfia Corporate Suites
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Partners: Esteban Suarez (Founding Partner) and Sebastian Suarez (Partner)
- Project Leader: Diana Arroyo
- Project Team: Diana Arroyo, Ximena Muhlia, Ana Salcillo, Andrea Vazquezbracho, Jesús Romo Heredia, Jorge Núñez, Diego Jasso, Guillermo Bastián, Ana Hernández & Elizabeth Silíceo
- Collaborators: Jorge Arteaga & Zaida Montañana
- Structural Engineering: Juan Felipe Heredia
- Software used: Autocad, 3d Studio Max, Adobe Creative Suite – Illustrator, Photoshop.