Archive for the ‘3dS Max’ Category
Friday, November 18th, 2011
Article source: Office for Design & Architecture
ODAs Oscillate Series blends interaction and dynamism with practicality. Each piece shares a pivoting glass element that resonates collectively. The Oscillate Series is designed to underscore the easiness and lightheartedness of time spent at leisure, aiming to challenge the static relationships in furniture design.
Tuesday, November 15th, 2011
Article source: ///byn
Chinese calligraphy is mainly based in three characteristics: status of mind, line & color. These tree concepts triggered our original ideas for the Ordos Museum
The inhabiting/space populating logic in Inner Mongolia is grouping. Local herds of camels & horses used to browse the steppe in search for comfort. This comfort was only fulfilled when they would arrive to a DECISSION to settle in the landscape. In the same manner, the always present clouds populate the Inner Mongolian sky: groups of rounded & cotton locking clouds spread at the intense blue sky. Finally, also the original nomads will settle their yurts following a constellation. An primary impression of non-organization is quickly overcome by a self-organized logic. Here, the museum volumes have found their own space in the park. The logics of placement come from many different aspects: orientation, functionality, targeted visuals, public space, creating a unique orchestrated sequence of spaces.
Aerial View (Images Courtesy ///byn & ZhuJin for ///byn)
- Architect: ///byn
- Name of Project: Ordos T.C.A.O. Museum
- Location: Ordos, Inner Mongolia, P.R. China
- Principals: Nicolas SALTO DEL GIORGIO & Bittor SANCHEZ-MONASTERIO
- Team: DUAN Jun, HUANG QiShan, Audrius LIUGMANINAS & LI Min
- Rendering: ///byn & ZhuJin for ///byn
- Photography: ///byn
- Software used: Designed mainly in Rhino. Using several Plug-ins to define shape, structure and façade patterning. For instance, to define the overall building shape, the architects used T-Splines or to apply the façade construction detailing into the façade the architects used Paneling Tools.
Tuesday, November 15th, 2011
Article source: Marcos Bertoldi Arquitetos
Concept of the work:
A beach house, facing the sea, planned for a family of four, where the architectural features were organized to be tied to a modulated structure of reinforced concrete. The order of the vacant and full spaces inside this structure is what provides volume to the project.
Image Courtesy Alessandra Okazaki
- Architects: Marcos Bertoldi Arquitetos
- Project: Casa Atami
- Location: Balneário Atami, Pontal do Paraná, Brazil
- Completion Date: 2010
- Project Team: Fernando Fisbein
- Photographs: Alessandra Okazaki
- Surface: 460,00 m2
- Software used: 3D Max for study models and Vectorworks for constructions drawings
Tuesday, November 8th, 2011
Article source: BanG studio
For the festival of Sukkot (Wednesday, October 12 – Wednesday, October 19) Congregation Beth Elohim in Brooklyn has commissioned a community sukkah to be designed by Babak Bryan, AIA & Henry Grosman, Principals of B-an-G Studio and winners of 2010’s Sukkah City competition. The duo’s design Fractured Bubble, was selected as the People’s Choice Sukkah of New York City at the 2010 competition hosted by ReBoot in Union Square, NYC.
- Architects: BanG studio
- Project: Int the Field
- Location: Brooklyn, NY
- Software used: Rhino with Grasshopper as well as 3DMax and Photoshop for rendering
Thursday, November 3rd, 2011
Article source: Jenny E. Sabin
A greenhouse for the 21st century stands in the American Philosophical Society’s (APS) garden. An outgrowth of the Museum’s current exhibition, it was conceived by artist and architectural designer Jenny Sabin. Her ecologically savvy structure re-envisions greenhouse architecture using digital design tools. It is also a striking work of art.
Interior view looking West (Image Courtesy Brent Wahl)
- Architects: Jenny E. Sabin
- Project: Greenhouse and Cabinet of Future Fossils
- Consulting Engineer: Tristan Simmonds
- Fabricator: Mikael Avery, Draft Works LLC
- Design and Production Team: Mikael Avery, James Fleet Hower, Jason Jackson, AnoosheyRahim, Kathryn Rufe, Meagan Whetstone
- Software used: Rhino 3D and Rhinoscript, 3D Studio Max, Bentley Generative Components
Tuesday, November 1st, 2011
The arbor is designed to accommodate a family of 15 persons.
The arbor’ floor has 3 distinct zones which the architects call “kitchen-furnace”, “dining room-drawing room” and “terrace-scene”.
Image Courtesy Ilya Ivanov
- Architects: Kerimov + Prishin Architects
- Project: The Arbor
- Location: Moscow, Russia
- Project team: Shamsudin Kerimov, Pavel Prishin
- Project area: 36 m2
- Project year: 2011
- Photographs: Ilya Ivanov
- Software used: 3dS Max and AutoCAD
Tuesday, November 1st, 2011
Article source: Gage/Clemenceau Architects
Gage / Clemenceau Architects is collaborating on the design and production of a temporary installation with Nicola Formichetti, Fashion Director for Lady Gaga, Creative Director for Mugler as well as fashion stylist to Uniqlo, MAC and V Magazine. This collaboration is intended to produce an installation that experimentally fuses ideas from both fashion and architecture into a new type of physical environment, accessible to the general public, for a two week period coinciding with Fashion Week in New York City, in September 2011. The stakes for this particular installation are high– as it will be housing not only the latest in Formichetti’s work, but will also include several original ensambles he has designed for Lady Gaga who has worn them in her performances and various red-carpet events.
Nicola Formichetti Store (Boffo)
- Architects: Gage/Clemenceau Architects
- Project: BOFFO Building Fashion/ Nicola Formichetti Store
- Location: New York, USA
- Software used: AutoCAD, AutoCAD 3D, Maya, 3dS Max and Showcase
Tuesday, November 1st, 2011
Article source: BBVH Architecten BV
This modern villa, design by Rotterdam bases architecture studio BBVH Architecten, is located in a new suburb of Den Haag and designed for the owner of a furniture company. The dynamic architecture is characterized by it’s dark colors and large cantilevering terraces. Oriented at the waterfront, the house is designed to enjoy the view of the surroundings.
Image Courtesy Luuk Kramer
- Architects: BBVH Architecten BV
- Project: Modern Villa
- Location: Den Haag, Netherlands
- Constractor: BB-X, Oud Beijerland, Netherlands
- Developer: Willson Real Estate, Oud-Beijerland, Netherlands
- Photography: Luuk Kramer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Client: Private
- Project year: 2009
- Software used: Autocad, Sketchup, 3dStudio and a lot of sketchpaper for the design.
Fibre-C glass fibre reinforced concrete panels
Friday, October 21st, 2011
Article source: MUS Architects
Movements and gestures of dancers are full of expression and tension. Dancers bring the fascinated viewer into an internal world of experience and emotion through the swinging movement of their hips, decorative arrangement of their fingers and smooth vibration of the ornamental frills. Rhythmic and dynamic music transmits the spectator into a world of incredible aesthetic feelings awakening all senses and inflaming the imagination…
….This is how architecture dedicated to the culture of feisty flamenco should look like….
ISMOF - International School - Museum
- Architects: MUS Architects
- Project: ISMOF – International School – Museum of Flamenco
- Location: Jerez de la Frontera, Spain
- Architect Design: arch. Adam Zwierzynski, arch. Anna Porebska
- Software used: AutoCAD, 3dsmax, PhotoShop for post production
Thursday, October 20th, 2011
Article source: Studio Loop
The 3 story house is located on a typical dense residential area in Tokyo and designed for a family with a newborn baby. The 4.5m(15ft.) wide and 13.5m(45ft.) long narrow site was provided and sandwiched between 3-story houses. The family requested following programs; a parking space, a powder room close to a master bedroom, two study rooms for a couple, a living room sharing a Japanese room for a housework, a pantry space for kitchen, a roof terrace, and lots of daylights and winds through space.
Image Courtesy Kai Nakamura
- Architects: Studio Loop
- Project: Stay Residence
- Location:Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan
- Project Year: 2009-2010
- Program: Residential
- Structure: Wood Construction
- Software used: Vectorworks, autocad, 3dsmax for 3d rendering and photoshop for editing.