Archive for the ‘Maya’ Category
Thursday, July 14th, 2016
Article source: Stephen Phillips Architects (SPARCHS)
Challenging the local San Francisco vernacular with powerful contemporary style, this new apartment building designed by Stephen Phillips Architects (SPARCHS) plays with viewer perception to create dramatic visual and spatial effects.
Image Courtesy © Tim Griffith Photography
- Architects: Stephen Phillips Architects (SPARCHS)
- Project: Linden Street Apartments
- Location: San Francisco, California, USA
- Photography: Tim Griffith Photography
- Software used: Rhino, Maya, Autocad, and Adobe illustrator and photoshop
- Project Team: Sam Clovis, Cameron Helland, Richard Porter, Andrew Wright, David Stamatis, Franco Zaragoza, Stephen Becker, Domini Padua, Trevor Larsen
- Client: Hayes Valley Properties
- Contractor: Kevin Webb Construction
- Structural Engineer: Double D Engineering
- Area: 4,200 sq. ft.
- Completed: 2016
Thursday, June 16th, 2016
Article source: v2com
Oppenheim Architecture, the award-winning architecture, interior design and planning firm, is honored to have received the Jury Winner award for Destination Spa and Resort at the Architizer A+ Award gala in May 2016. With entries from over 100 countries, the Architizer A+ Award jury selects one Jury Winner in each award category.
An Illusion within the Limits of Reality, Image Courtesy © Renderings: Luxigon
- Architects: Oppenheim Architecture
- Project: Destination Spa + Resort
- Location: the Middle East
- Renderings: Luxigon
- Software used: Maya, Archicad, Adobe Photoshop and InDesign
- Project Manager: Rey Lester
- Designers: Gilbert Attic, Jose Ortez, Olivier Montfort, J.J. Bruyning, Santiago Eliaschev, Charles Michael Arnspiger, Victoria Pineros, Gerald Wood, Kevin McMorris, Kevin Heidorn
- Size: 650 Acres
Tuesday, May 31st, 2016
Article source: v2com
The hut offers a snowdrift frame made from weighted carbon fibre mesh, this contoured landscape mimics the surrounding vertiginous precipices and landscapes, the carbon fibre snowscape creates an artificial snow cave which can be burrowed into and around enabling climbers to inhabit the excavated structure in a similar way to a snow cave. The composite carbon frame catches the snowdrift using snow as an insulating material, as it is a mesh structure pockets of rooms can be carved into the build up of snow as well as air vents to help air circulation, it is possible to further insulate the structure by digging a small pit deeper into one part of the cave floor to provide a place for the coldest air to gather, away from the occupants, the entrance may be partially blocked with chunks of snow to deflect wind and retain heat.
Elevation showing structural anchor, Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojević
- Architects: Margot Krasojević Architects
- Project: Artificial Snow Cave Emergency Shelter
- Location: Parche, Nepal
- Photography: Margot Krasojević
- Software used: Revit BIM and Maya
Monday, January 11th, 2016
Article source: Tony Owen Partners
The Castlereagh by Tony Owen Partners is a 16 storey apartment building located in the bustling heart of Sydney’s CBD. It contains 55 luxury apartments, retail and office space..
Image Courtesy © Tony Owen Partners
- Architects: Tony Owen Partners
- Project: The Castlereagh
- Location: Sydney, Australia
- Software used: Autocad, Maya, Rhino, 3_d studio
Saturday, November 21st, 2015
Article source: Trahan Architects
Atlanta’s Tony Award winning Alliance Theatre has released final design renderings of its theatre transformation by the New York Design Studio of Trahan Architects. The project will include a complete transformation of the Alliance Stage, the theater’s rehearsal spaces, education spaces, and artist support facilities.
Theatre From Stage, Image Courtesy © Trahan Architects
- Architects: Trahan Architects
- Project: Alliance Theatre Transformation
- Location: Atlanta, Georgia
- Software used: Rhino, Maya and Revit
- STATUS: Construction Drawings
- SIZE: 70,000 GSF
- DATE PROJECTED: July 2018
- COST: Withheld
Wednesday, July 15th, 2015
Article source: J. MAYER H. UND PARTNER, ARCHITEKTEN
Sonnenhof consists of four new buildings with office and residential spaces. Located on a consolidated number of smaller lots in the historical center of Jena, Germany, the separate structures allow for free access through the grounds. Their placement on the outer edges of the plot defines a small-scale outdoor space congruent with the medieval city structure. Its outdoor facilities continue the building’s overall design concept past the edges of the lot. The planned incorporation of commerce, residence, and office enables a flexible pattern of use that also integrates itself conceptually into the surroundings.
Image Courtesy © David Franck
- Architects: J. MAYER H. UND PARTNER, ARCHITEKTEN
- Project: Sonnenhof
- Location: Sonnenhof 9, Jena, Germany
- Photography: David Franck
- Software used: ArchiCad, MAYA and Rhino
- Project architects: Jens Seiffert
- Project team: Christoph Emenlauer, Jesko Malkolm Johnsson-Zahn, Christian Paelmke, Max Reinhardt, Jan-Christoph Stockebrand
- Client: Wohnungsgenossenschaft “Carl Zeiss” eG, Jena
- Project and Construction Management: Kappes Partner IPG, Berlin (more…)
Friday, July 3rd, 2015
Article source: J. MAYER H. und Partner, Architekten
June 20th, 2015 marked the opening of the KA300 Pavilion in Karlsruhe, designed by J. MAYER H. und Partner, Architekten. To celebrate the three-hundred year anniversary of the founding of the city of Karlsruhe, this temporary event pavilion was erected in the city’s Schlossgarten. During the festival summer, various concerts, theatre performances, readings, film screenings, and exhibitions will be held in the open structure.
Image Courtesy © Marcus Buck
- Architects: J. MAYER H. und Partner, Architekten
- Project: Jubilee Pavilion KA300
- Location: Pavilion for the City Jubilee, Schlossgarten, Karlsruhe, Germany
- Photography: Frank Dinger, Marcus Buck, Michael Kneffel
- Software used: ArchiCad and Rhino, Maya
- Client: Stadtmarketing Karlsruhe GmbH
- Partner in charge: Jürgen Mayer H.
- Project architect: Sebastian Finckh
- Project team: Georg Fassl, Maxim Margorskyi (more…)
Thursday, May 21st, 2015
Article source: Margot Krasojevic
The Artificial Snow Cave Hut
The hut offers a snowdrift frame made from weighted carbon fiber mesh, this contoured landscape mimics the surrounding vertiginous precipices and landscapes, the carbon fiber snowscape creates an artificial snow cave which can be dug into and around enabling climbers to inhabit the structure in a similar way to a snow cave.
Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojevic
- Architects: Margot Krasojevic
- Project: Himalayan Emergency Shelter, Artificial Snow Cave
- Location: Himalayan, Nepal
- Software used: Autodesk, Revit and Maya.
Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
Article source: J. MAYER H. Architects
HIGHWAY REST STOPS 1-2, Rest Stops for the new Highway in Gori, Georgia
In 2009, the head of the Roads Department of Georgia commissioned J. MAYER H. to design a system of 20 rest stops for the new highway, a thoroughfare that will run through Georgia and serve as a connection between the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Turkey. Two first rest stops were completed in 2011 near Gori, a third in Lochini was finished 2012. The new rest stops are located on selected scenic viewpoints along the route and serve as activators for their area and neighboring cities, including not only nearby a gas stations and supermarket, but also a farmers market and a cultural space for local arts and crafts.
Image Courtesy © Marcus Buck
- Architects: J. MAYER H. Architects
- Project: Highway Rest Stops
- Location: Gori, Georgia
- Photography: Marcus Buck
- Software used: ArchiCad and Maya
- Project architect: Dr. Paul Angelier, Juergen Mayer H.
- Project team: Marcus Blum, Guy Levy
- Clients: JSC Wissol Petroleum Georgia, Socar Georgia Petroleum, Tbilisi
- Architect on site: Kobulieli and Partners, Ltd.”Alioni 99”, Tbilisi
- Total floor area: Wissol: 2.000 m², Socar: 1.500 m²
- Project date: 2009-2011, Completion: 2011
- Awards: Architizer A+, Winner, 2013
Friday, March 20th, 2015
Article source: Barker Freeman Design Office
Our proposal for the design of multi-family housing in Marfa, Texas, consists of three rammed earth dwellings that are integrated into the landscape. We are proposing to combine local building techniques with a formal language which alludes to the carved rock formations and smooth transitions found in the indigenous landscape of the Chihuahuan desert.
Image Courtesy © Barker Freeman Design Office