Archive for the ‘Revit’ Category
Saturday, July 11th, 2015
Article source: ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd]
Bálna (formerly known as CET / Central European Time). Bálna is also a synonym for a whale. The Mixed Use Development Bálna at the Közraktárak between the Petofi and the Szabadság Bridge is both. The Bálna concept refers to Budapest as an important metropolitan centre in the heart of Central Europe. The Bálna shape refers to the smooth and friendly streamlined body of a whale. The new Bálna development has the potential to put Budapest once again on the map of the world. Name and shape of the Bálna symbolizes its cultural potential and commercial pole position in one of the best preserved cities in the world.
Bálna seen from from the Buda side of the danube river, Image Courtesy © Romeodesign
- Architects: ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd]
- Project: Bálna Budapest
- Location: Közraktárak, Budapest, Hungary
- Photography: Romeodesign
- Software used: Pro Engineer, Oasys, Rhino, 3DMax, VR4Max and Revit, Autodesk
- Design team: Kas Oosterhuis, Ilona Lénárd, Gijs Joosen, Owen Slootweg, Bas Wijnbeld, Anna Nagy, Bujdosó Attila, Márku Judit, Romvári Péter, Tom Krzempek, Rafael Seemann, Paulina Gurak, Michael Gorczynski, Lidia Badarnah, Jan Gasparik, Petr Vokal.
- Partners: MTM Statika – Lead structural engineering, SMG-SiSu – MEP engineering
- Client: Porto Investment Hungary Kft., Budapest
- Gross floor area: 27.000 m2
- Stories: 5 stories, 2 stories parking garage
- Parking garage: 7500 m2
- Year of design completion: 2012
Tuesday, July 7th, 2015
Article source: B.E ARCHITECTURE
The McIlwrick Street Residences are a three-townhouse development located on a single residential block in Windsor. Like an old European village, the development is a small cluster of buildings you can see through and walk between such that the significant addition feels as though it could have always been there.
Middle residence, Image Courtesy © B.E ARCHITECTURE
- Architects: B.E ARCHITECTURE
- Project: McIlwrick Street Residences
- Location: Windsor Victoria, Australia
- Software used: Revit, Sketchup
Sunday, July 5th, 2015
Article source: Gerber Architekten
In planning the Olaya Metro Station, Gerber Architekten are currently working on the most important infrastructure project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Following the competition win in 2012, excavation work has now begun. The groundbreaking ceremony was celebrated on the 3rd of April 2014 in the presence of the Governor of Riyadh at that time, Prince Khalid bin Bandar. Now, the BACS Consortium comprised of Saudi Arabian Bechtel Company, Almabani, Consolidated Contractors Company and Siemens opened up the way for the next planning phase to commence and commissioned Professor Gerber and his team Gerber Architekten under the direction of Thomas Lücking in cooperation with BuroHappold Engineering with further planning for this major project. The planning work for the station should be completed in the next 18 months.
Image Courtesy © Gerber Architekten
- Architects: Gerber Architekten
- Project: Olaya Metro Station
- Location: Dortmund, Germany
- Software used: Revit
Friday, June 19th, 2015
Article source: M/s Creative Group
In today’s day and age, most of the architecture that surrounds us becomes a kind of background hum, to be noticed only when it is exceptionally striking. When our eyes move around in our surroundings, do we notice the box-shaped edifices that existed in the past or that one building that irks our imagination? The answer is clear and undeniable. A structure that speaks volumes through its design, the Skyone Tower reinforces the term “standing out in a crowd.” An inception of the Creative Group, the curious architects wanted to innovate a building that not only sustains the ability to influence the emotions of the human mind but also encapsulates functionality.
Image Courtesy © M/s Creative Group
- Architects: M/s Creative Group
- Project: Skyone Tower – A legend in the sky
- Software Used: AutoCad, Google Sketch-Up and Revit
Tuesday, June 16th, 2015
Article source: de Jong Gortemaker Algra architects
ProRail’s new train control centre in Utrecht is the dynamic heart of ProRail’s train services in and around Utrecht. The design by dJGA has specifically focussed on users; the main aim is to allow them to do their jobs as effectively as possible.
Image Courtesy © Christian Richters
- Architects: de Jong Gortemaker Algra architects
- Project: Train Control Centre
- Location: Bielsstraat 1, Utrecht, the Netherlands
- Photography: Christian Richters
- Software Used: Autodesk, Revit and 3D Max
- Team: Maurits Algra, Tycho Saariste, Karen Glandrup, Franke van den Broek, Mike Zelke
- Project management: Arcadis B.V.
- Project leadership: Humanagement
- Client: ProRail Facility Management, www.ProRail.nl
- Area: 4,480 m²
- Year: 2015
Thursday, June 11th, 2015
Article source: Hi-Tech Outsourcing Services
The client wanted us to detect and rectify errors in the point cloud with accurate BIM modeling within 24 days.
The total data size provided by client was about 185 GB & to work with such heavy data files was really a difficult task.
The input files were in the form of 3D scanned images in which few of the scanned inputs were not clear & some of the building data was missing due to improper scanning, leading to complexity of resurfacing and modeling.
The building area was large and also consisted of complex steel structure.
Image Courtesy © Hi-Tech Outsourcing Services
Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015
Article source: Mecanoo
Located at First Street, HOME forms the cultural heart of one of the largest areas of development in Manchester city centre – a flagship building that acts as a catalyst for the surrounding area. As the base for the new organisation formed by the merger of Cornerhouse and The Library Theatre Company, HOME has been designed to allow for the commissioning, production and presentation of critically engaged and technically complex artistic projects, as well as the hosting of large scale cultural events. The overall budget for HOME was £25 million. Its striking exterior acts like beacon, while the welcoming public spaces and social areas within are designed to be inviting to all. HOME is like a second home, a cultural home: a place for making, meeting and socialising, alongside enjoying the very best in international contemporary visual art, theatre and film.
Image Courtesy © Mecanoo
- Architects: Mecanoo
- Project: HOME centre for international contemporary art, theatre and film
- Location: Manchester
- Software used: Revit, AutoCAD, Rhinoceros
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.
Sunday, May 17th, 2015
Article source: SERA Architects and CO Architects
As Design Architects and Interior Designers, CO Architects worked closely with Executive Architect SERA Architects to create the design for the Collaborative Life Sciences Building (CLSB), which embodies and helps achieve the goals of an interdisciplinary, multi-institutional campus. The building does so in the form of a 12-story complex with 500,000 square feet of space for classrooms, lecture halls, and laboratories for research and teaching, including medical simulation laboratories for high-tech, team-based learning. The building is conceived as an innovative model of interdisciplinary health sciences education and research, engaging students, faculty, and pedestrians through a concept of “health science on display.” Slated to open July 2014, CLSB, which is targeting LEED Platinum, will also be a striking new landmark on Portland’s South Waterfront.
Image Courtesy © Jeremy Bitterman
- Architects: SERA Architects and CO Architects
- Project: Collaborative Life Sciences Building & Skourtes Tower
- Location: South Waterfront, Portland, Oregon, USA
- Photography: Jeremy Bitterman; Bruce Forster
- Software used: Revit
- Budget: $295 million ($211 million construction)
- Size: 650,000 gross square feet of new construction in 12 above-grade stories and 2 below; 500,000 gross square feet of net program space; 150,000 gross square feet of parking
- Completion: 2014
- Owner’s Representative: Day CPM. Mike Day, Principal
Saturday, May 16th, 2015
Article source: Atelier PRO architekten
The Ezinge education park is located in Meppel extending from the Ezinge residential neighbourhood, between the railway and cluster of sports fields. The elongated, bronze-tinted buildings accommodate five secondary schools and a sports complex. A new street, Dahliastraat, separates the school from the residences, and also enables the neighborhood to end with a new row of dwellings.
Image Courtesy © Maarten Noordijk
- Architects: Atelier PRO architekten
- Project: Onderwijspark Ezinge
- Location: Ezingerweg 51- 85, Meppel, Netherlands
- Photography: Christian van der Kooy, Maarten Noordijk
- Software used: Revit
- Design period: 2011 – 2013
- Construction period: 2013 – 2014
- Completion: July 2014
- Gross floor area: 7.594 m2 (sport)+ 22.468 m2 (school)= 30.062 m2
- Total building costs: € 20.021.892,-
- Client: Woonconcept Onroerend Goed bv, Meppel
- Project architect: Dorte Kristensen, Christina Kaiser
- Project leader: Christina Kaiser, Ronald Peters
- General contractor: Bouwcombinatie Hegeman/ WBC, Winterswijk