Archive for the ‘Autodesk’ Category
Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017
Article source: Olson Kundig
This five-hundred-square-foot cabin serves as a private writer’s retreat and guest cottage. The owners asked for a space that felt connected to its island setting—the mild climate, scenic views, and proximity to wildlife. At the same time, they needed a structure that could be easily secured when not in use.
Image Courtesy © Tim Bies
- Architects: Olson Kundig
- Project: False Bay Writer’s Cabin
- Location: Washington, USA
- Photography: Tim Bies
- Software used: Autocad 2006, 2009, SketchuUp 3D.
Sunday, April 30th, 2017
Article source: Officina29 Architetti
Countryside Villa is a project by Officina29 Architetti and includes the renovation of an existing house and the construction of a guest house with a swimming pool.
The renovation project stems from two specific intentions: to restore the right proportions between living and sleeping areas and open the building to the countryside, thereby generating a direct relationship between internal and external environment.
Image Courtesy © Officina29 Architetti
- Architects: Officina29 Architetti
- Project: Countryside villa
- Location: Sassari, Italy
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Vray, Photoshop
- Team Project: Stefano Ercolani, Antonio Chessa, Alessandra Caria
- Year: 2012-2013
Thursday, April 27th, 2017
Article source: v2com
Jean de Lessard – Designers Créatifs has designed for Westmount’s café The Standard, a space of symmetry where the minimalistic narrative blends in subtly with the sophisticated look of a period café, thus redefining the codes of such a venue where varieties of Grand Cru coffee and gourmet pastries are served.
Facade, Image Courtesy © Adrien Williams
- Architects: Jean de Lessard – Designers Créatifs
- Project: The Standard Café
- Location: Montréal, Canada
- Photography: Adrien Williams
- Software used: Autocad
- Client: The Standard
- Project coordinator: Alexa Adam Designer
- Flooring: Plancher Mirage; Amélie Bolduc Monette
- Lighting: Lambert & Fils
- Materials: hickory, white quartz, brass finish metal
- Parameters: floor surface of 600 square feet
Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
Article source: Buratti Architetti
The project for the new headquarters of Atieva, a Silicon Valley based company involved in research and production of electric cars, has two main parts: the interior renovation of an existing office building and the new outdoor entrance.
The project for the new headquarters is about the new layout of the interior spaces, especially on the public areas such as the entrance, the lounge spaces, meeting and conference rooms and so on. These are the most representative space in the building, that will involve both employees, clients, suppliers and everyone who will be invited at the company.
Image Courtesy © Buratti Architetti
- Architects: Buratti Architetti
- Project: ATIEVA headquarters
- Location: Menlo Park, San Francisco California, USA
- Software used: Autocad LT, 3D Studio Max and Photoshop
Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
Article source: KEM STUDIO
The Two West space was as much about the design of the branding + communications company’s culture as it was the design of the space. Unexpected interaction with communal lounge and café spaces, oversized doors and large expanses of uninterrupted glazing make the company process visible to employees and client, increase collaborative work space and define the company culture through the design of the space. In the end, the space and architectural elements reinforce the companies brand and facilitates how they want their employees to work.
Image Courtesy © KEM STUDIO
- Architects: KEM STUDIO
- Project: Two West KC & Two West LA
- Location: Kansas City, USA
- Software used: Revit
Friday, April 21st, 2017
Article source: Paul de Ruiter Architects
Paul de Ruiter Architects designed Villa Schoorl, situated in the characteristic polders near the North Holland dunes. The fluent transition to the green polder landscape was the most essential starting point of the design. The subtly located villa is built with as many possible natural materials and sustainable techniques.
Image Courtesy © Paul de Ruiter Architects
Wednesday, April 19th, 2017
Article source: Zecc Architecten BV
The brick house stands on the verge of village and landscape. In this house village characteristics and landscape qualities meet. The architecture of this house is founded on a traditional brick design with rural characteristics. All the surrounding houses are brickwork and have a sloping roof with ceramic roof tiles. There is a sight of chimneys, overhangings, wooden shutters, alcoves and other subtle accents. A bright and modern house has been created by using and reinterpreting these ingredients. The typical shape of the roof rises from the landscape and the inside living areas are focused on the surrounding landscape. The house is embedded in its environment by its shape, spatial construction and the used materials. It is constructed almost exclusively out of one type of material: bricks! The elongated shapes of brickwork possess a strong differentiation and thereby connects with the rural character of the surroundings.
Image Courtesy © Jaroslaw Rodycz
- Architects: Zecc Architecten BV
- Project: BRICK HOUSE
- Location: Veldlaan 4, 3737 AP Groenekan, Netherland
- Photography: Jaroslaw Rodycz
- Software used: Autocad and Revit
- Tiles: Porcelanosa, Amsterdam
- Kitchen: Risselade en Van Kuijzen, Zeist
- Bathroom supplier: Solar Nederland, Utrecht
- Stairs and (wooden) floor: Houtambacht, Belgie
- Brics: Peterson Tegl AS, Broager, Denemarken
- Start design: 2012
- Completion: 2013
Thursday, April 13th, 2017
Article source: Pascali Semerdjian Arquitetos
When we visited the place where the Gallery would be located, we felt that the space provided a cozy distance from the pace of the city. We then drew a parallel with the older shelters in existence – the caves. It was based on this reflection that we developed the project. Designed in partnership with Edson Matsuo, Grendene’s design director, the Melissa Gallery was designed to harmonize with the concept of a shelter, of refuge in the middle of a megalopolis. Floor, wall and ceiling were built with the same finish to stress this impression, and the shoes are arranged in small increases in both wall and floor that evoke stalagmites – the cave formations that protrude from cave floors towards the ceiling.
Image Courtesy © Pascali Semerdjian Arquitetos
Wednesday, April 12th, 2017
Article source: Masquespacio
Masquespacio presents its last hospitality design project for La Manera, a gastrobar in the ancient city of Valencia.
The project for La Manera consists in seeking to create a hospitality concept that could work by day and by night, adaptable to each moment and requirement, starting with a brunch and coffee during the morning, converting itself in a restaurant during the evening and ending up as a cocktail bar. The business concept concentrated on serving first class food and beverage made of natural ingredients and served by renown cocktail and coffee baristas, allows to create a design project that seeks to find the essence of natural materials. For that the existing building brick walls have been recovered, while a rusty finish has been added to the metallic elements on walls, lamps and the bar. For furniture some metallic elements with the same rusty finish have been mixed with concrete, adding a touch of warmth through brown soft leather and cushions made of different fabrics. Also be recognized in the space is the use of a lattice wall that aims to add a touch of Mediterranean feeling to the space, while the plants seek to connect even more to the natural concept from La Manera.
Image Courtesy © Luis Beltran
- Architects: Masquespacio
- Project: La Manera Gastrobar
- Location: Valencia, Spain
- Photography: Luis Beltran
- Software used: 3dS Max
- Client: La Manera