Archive for the ‘AutoDesSys’ Category
Thursday, May 7th, 2015
Article source: CCM2 architectes + Onico Architecture
Located in the center of the town Stoneham, surrounded by a mountainous and wooden environment, the new pavilion of the elementary school of Stoneham-Tewkesbury is built near the existing one. The new school can accommodate an extra of 240 students in order to fill the growing needs of the municipality. The Municipality’s expansion is caused by the arrival of young families in the new residential developments. The pavilion regroups fourteen classrooms, a library, a gymnasium, a computer laboratory, a daycare and all the services related to maximize the development and the global learning of the children.
Image Courtesy © Stéphane Groleau
- Architects: CCM2 architectes + Onico Architecture
- Project: HARFANG-DES-NEIGES PRIMARY SCHOOL
- Location: Stoneham, Québec, Canada
- Photography: Stéphane Groleau + Dave Tremblay
- Software used: FormZ and AutoCad
- Completion: 2013
- Client: Commission scolaire des Premières-Seigneuries
- Structural / Civil: WSP Group
- Mechanical /Electrical: Genecor inc.
- Contractor: Constructions Béland-Lapointe inc.
- Project Area: 30 730 pi2 | 12 855 m2
- Budget: 6,5 M$ | CAN
Wednesday, March 26th, 2014
Article source: Paul Weiner | DesignBuild Collaborative
The Tucson Mountain Lava House is situated within the eastern alluvial flow of the Tucson Mountains, a terrain that falls gently toward the Santa Cruz River. Defined by a wide drainage to the south, the landscape is richly populated by low-lying bedrock outcroppings, saguaro and barrel cacti, palo verde, ocotillo, jojoba, and creosote.
Image Courtesy © Liam Frederick Photography
- Architects: Paul Weiner | DesignBuild Collaborative
- Project: Tucson Mountain Lava House
- Location: Pima County, Arizona
- Photography: Liam Frederick Photography
- Software used: FormZ, AutoCAD and Photoshop
- Design Team: Paul Weiner, Paul Reimer
- Year Completed: 2013
- Area: 2600 sf + garage
- Structural Engineer: Schneider Engineering
- General Contractor: Paul Weiner | DesignBuild Collaborative
- Construction Supervisor: Craig Coryell
- Paul Schwam: Scoria Consultant and Collaborator
Saturday, November 2nd, 2013
Article source: Design Insight Inc.
Image Courtesy © Craig Caulfield
- Architects: Design Insight Inc.
- Project: Modern Farmhouse
- Photography: Craig Caulfield
- Software used: AutoCad, formZ
- Interior designer: Lynne Shears, ASID
- Local architects: BHH
- GC: Tomlinson & Sons, Inc.
Wednesday, September 25th, 2013
Article source: amano design office
The client is a developer company. It purchased a long-sought after lot in Ginza, and planned to build a commercial office building.
The building site is on the Ginza 1-chome Gaslight Street, which is one street behind the Ginza Central Street.
It is on the back side of the Mizuho Bank and Pola Ginza buildings on the Central Street. The atmosphere is quite different from the gorgeous Central Street, and the site is on an empty street which is often seen behind the street with large-sized buildings.
Attracting as many people as possible into such a street is our task. The client desired the building to be a gorgeous existence.
Image Courtesy © Nacasa & Partners Inc.
- Architects: amano design office
- Project: Dear Ginza bldg
- Location: Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: Nacasa & Partners Inc.
- Completion year: March 2013
- Collaborators: Atorie Oica, Azzurro Architects
- Construction firm: Kumagai Gumi Co.,Ltd.
- Main use: Store building and Office building
- Lot size: 187.20m2
- Building area: 155.55m2
- Total floor space: 1300.02m2
- Maximum height above rail level: 31.955m
- Structure: Steel frame
- Number of stairs or stories: Nine stories above ground and one undergr0und story
- Main material: Aluminum Graphic punching metal, Extruded cement panel
- Software used: formz
Thursday, September 5th, 2013
Article source: arch. Antonella MARI
The house for a psychologist, a nurse and their young daughter is designed as the extension of an existing one-floor building in the historic center of Polignano a Mare, in southern Italy. While the old tufo facade remains almost unmodified, the new volume above is clearly defined through the use of lighter materials: a double skin system – made of glass/aluminum large windows screened by steel and wood retractable panels – allows natural light in, while preventing heating.
Image Courtesy © arch. Antonella MARI
- Architects: arch. Antonella MARI
- Project: CASA PETRINI VILLANI
- Location: Polignano a Mare, Bari, Italy
- Owners: Monica VILLANI_Stefano PETRINI
- Design team: arch. Matteo LORUSSO, arch. Wanessa BRUNO
- Structures: eng. Antonio LONUZZO
- Date: 2008/2011
- Size: 150 sqm
- Costs: 200.000 Euro
- Concrete and stone works: Pasquale Teofilo
- Finishing: Vito Laporta
- Metal works: Metal srl, Vito Masi, Arte in Ferro
- Wooden works: Giovanni e Giuseppe Teofilo
- Software used: FormZ for 3D modeling and Autocad for 2D drawings
Saturday, July 27th, 2013
Article source: GrizForm Design Architects
Farmers Fishers Bakers, a 9,700 square-foot restaurant in Washington, DC, is an original and creative restaurant venue that seamlessly combines form, function, and creativity. The space formerly housed Farmers & Fishers, a restaurant ruined after the Potomac River in Washington, DC flooded the space. The owners called on a local DCbased architecture and interior design firm to re-imagine the restaurant as one with a farm theme full of folklike touches and unusual materials with an emphasis on custom design.
Image Courtesy © GrizForm Design Architects
- Architects: GrizForm Design Architects
- Project: Farmers Fishers Bakers
- Location: Washington, DC , U.S.A
- Software used: Form z for design and auto cad for production
Thursday, June 27th, 2013
Article source: LKMK ARCHITECTS
The programme for this private house is mostly organized on one single floor, except for one bedroom and the office that are situated at first floor level. The ground floor is divided into three zones: the bedrooms, the living room and kitchen. Looking at the exterior, the house consists of 3 volumes.
Image Courtesy © Tzortzis George
- Architects: LKMK ARCHITECTS
- Project: Private residence
- Location: Marathonas, Greece
- Photography: Tzortzis George
- Structural Engineer: Gavalas Philippos (www.fgavalas.gr)
- Construction Year: 2007
- Software used: Autocad and Formz
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
Article source: Ressano Garcia Arquitectos
Companhia das Culturas is an old rural farm that has been completely redesigned to accommodate cultural events. The project aims to value local cultural expressions and make use of contemporary technologies to achieve a high standard of sustainability.
Image Courtesy © Manuel Aguiar
- Architects: Ressano Garcia Arquitectos
- Project: Companhia das Culturas
- Location: S. Bartolomeu, Portugal
- Photography: Manuel Aguiar
- Software used: FormZ, illustrator and progeCAD
Friday, August 10th, 2012
Article source: Kuno + Aida
A single-family residence located in a typical residential area, where two-story wooden houses are densely built. In order to obtain fine living environment while giving a minimum impact on the surroundings, we proposed a plan in which three volumes of the bedroom with the opening turned for the south are pulling out from the roof level as if they were a set of periscopes.
Image Courtesy Tatsuya Noaki
- Architects: tele-design + Kuno + Aida
- Project: Periscope House
- Location: Zushi-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
- Program: Single Family Residence
- Architects: Toshimitsu Kuno + Tomoro Aida (tele-design + Kuno Lab. + Aida Atelier, Inc.)
- Design Team: Toshimitsu Kuno + Tomoro Aida + Yuki Nokura + Kazuki Watanabe + Satoshi Suzuki + Toshiharu Terashima
- Software used: AutoCAD, FormZ, Illustrator, Photoshop
Friday, July 20th, 2012
Article source: Aida Atelier, Inc.
Saijo Clinic is a private mental health clinic with short-care/group-care programs on the 11th floor penthouse of a building facing Shinjuku Gyoen Park, 58ha urban park located in central Tokyo. The penthouse was originally built as a part of a gigantic signboard on rooftop. The sign graphic was later abolished by newly introduced landscape regulations, however, the space inside was left over. In designing the interior of the clinic, we sought to incorporate the extraordinary contrast between different urban scales.
Image Courtesy Tatsuya Noaki
- Architects: Aida Atelier, Inc.
- Project: Saijo Clinic
- Location:Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
- Program: Mental Clinic
- Design Team: Tomoro Aida + Shinpei Uehara
- Sign design: Takeru Ide
- Construction: Apex, LTD.
- Furniture: inter.office
- Design: 12/2010 – 02/2011 (3 months)
- Construction: 02/2011 – 03/2011 (1 month)
- Floor: 11F (Penthouse)
- Floor area: 116.56m2
- Photography: ©Tatsuya Noaki
- Software used: AutoCAD, FormZ, Illustrator, Photoshop