Archive for the ‘Bentley’ Category
Saturday, May 9th, 2015
Article source: Marge Arkitekter AB
Villa Arkö is a summer house situated on an island in the archipelago of Norrköping that will also have the possibility to house the family over Christmas and fall vacations. A steep slant towards south east with a marvelous view is the benchmark for the placement and the form of the villa. The house contains of an archetypical basic shape with a high-pitched roof completely covered in cedar wood which over time will get a silver grey color and interact with the surrounding cliff landscape. A glassed lower volume with sedum roofing and terraces is added on and is thereby creating a building which is following the decrease of the slant. The in-between spaces of the volumes creates out-door spaces in different cardinal directions, on different levels, with and without roofs. Sliding sun shields (with inbuilt mosquito net for the bed rooms) can cover in and protect the house from weather and wind.
Image Courtesy © Johan Fowelin
- Architects: Marge Arkitekter AB
- Project: Villa Arkö
- Location: Island Arkö outside of Arkösund, Sweden
- Photography: Johan Fowelin
- Software used: Microstation
- Client: Private
- Structure (materials) : Timber work
- Total floor area: 200 ㎡
- Year: 2012
Tuesday, January 27th, 2015
Article source: schneider+schumacher
In March 2009 schneider+schumacher won a competition run by the Förderverein Autobahnkirche Siegerland e.V, which was founded for the specific purpose of establishing an Autobahn church.
The initiative for this project came from Hanneliese and Hartmut Hering, after having visited an Autobahn church in south Germany. Just one glance at the map revealed that a place like this was lacking in the entire Siegerland area, and consequently also along the very busy A 45.
Image Courtesy © schneider+schumacher
- Architects: schneider+schumacher
- Project: Autobahn Church
- Location: Siegerland, Wilnsdorf
- Software used: Microstation and Rhino/Grasshopper
- Client: Autobahnkirche Siegerland e.V., Herr Hartmut Hering, Frau Ute Pohl
- Site: approx. 500m²
- Gross floor area: approx. 240m²
- Net floor area: approx. 240m²
- Gross volume: approx. 2.050m³
- Dimensions: Chapel, approx. 14,00 x 14,00m plus access bridge
Tuesday, November 4th, 2014
Article source: harunatsu-arch
The project site is located in the Izumo Plain made of sands carried by the Hii River, leading to Lake Shinji, and the Kobe River, leading to the Sea of Japan, in Izumo City of Shimane prefecture. It is known as a rice‐producing district in Shimane prefecture characterized by its Tsujimatsu windbreak forests, where open plains are uncommon. The northwest boundary of the site of 100 tsubo (330 square meters) is lined by trees of the Juniperus genus and a countryside view extends out opposite the street.
Image Courtesy © Kai Nakamura
- Architects: harunatsu-arch
- Project: Gui House
- Location: Izumo, Shimane, Japan
- Photography: Kai Nakamura
- Software used: MicroStation for working drawings
- Architect Team: Shoko Murakaji, Naoto Murakaji
- Size: single storey
- Total floor space: 68.74 square meters, Statics Tatsumi Terado Structural Studio
- Year of construction: 2014
Saturday, August 30th, 2014
Article source: Lee Boyd
Lee Boyd has recently collaborated on the exciting new visitor centre for Beefeater Gin at their distillery in central London which now provides visitors an insight into the history of gin and an understanding of the process of gin making. A bold new extension providing a point of entry to the centre, links the different parts of the distillery and allows visitors to move from the exhibition floor to the stills house without interrupting the day to day workings at Beefeater. Beefeater Gin is the world’s number one premium gin and has been made in the heart of London for over 150 years, the only international brand to have its distillery in the capital. Beefeater is uniquely placed to call itself the Home of Gin and tell the intriguing story of the entwined history of London and Gin.
Image Courtesy © Paul Riddle
- Architects: Lee Boyd
- Project: Beefeater
- Location: London, England
- Photography: Paul Riddle
- Software used: Microstation
Saturday, August 2nd, 2014
Article source: Chris Elliott Architects
A small intervention vastly improves lifestyle An old terrace in inner city Sydney, its rear dilapidated, bordering on potential collapse. An innovative solution opens up the house to the garden and lets in more light. The new bathroom is broken up into separate components to avoid obstructing the flow of the house.
Image Courtesy © Richard Glover
- Architects: Chris Elliott Architects
- Project: Hyland House
- Location: Sydney, Australia
- Photography: Richard Glover
- Software used: Microstation and 3D Studio
- Size: 26sqm
Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
Article source: GATERMANN + SCHOSSIG Architekten Generalplaner
The proposed office building on Plot 10 in Cologne’s historic Rheinauhafen harbour district occupies a prime waterfront position, situated between two fifteen-storey ‘crane house’ office towers. The building’s distinctive stepped elevation is designed to create a strongly sculptural presence while responding to the views across the harbour.
Image Courtesy © H.G. Esch
Sunday, February 23rd, 2014
Article source: DOS ARCHITECTS
Situated in a Conservation area at the edge of Brook Green in West London, this stunning house was DOS Architects’ first residential refurbishment project in London. Their client lived in one of the houses and, having bought the house next door, decided to appoint DOS Architects to create a design which merged both houses into a single family house.
Image Courtesy © DOS ARCHITECTS
- Architects: DOS ARCHITECTS
- Project: Souldern Road. Brook Green
- Location: London, UK
- Software used: Microstation.
Tuesday, November 26th, 2013
Article source: Margot Krasojevic
Out in the Indian Ocean, protecting the Indonesian coastline from Tsunamis sits the design for an electric artificial reef station. The framework of moveable steel girders and steel reef ball structures is designed in a way to support the growth of natural coral. The design’s section shows the moveable meta balls which are connected to an electrical cable that is attached to floating solar panels on the water surface.
Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojevic
- Architects: Margot Krasojevic
- Project: Electric Coral Reef Station
- Location: Indonesian
- Software Used: 3dsmax, Maya and Microstation
Tuesday, October 29th, 2013
Article source: RCKa
RCKa played a key role in the genesis of the project, having identified the full extent of local authority site ownership and the opportunity to replace a structurally unsound facility with one wholly aligned with emerging youth provision policy.
The practice also identified the capital funding stream (having worked on the part-funded OPEN youth venue in Norwich), and were instrumental in the preparation of a funding bid to the government’s MyPlace scheme, which was subsequently selected from over 240 competing bids.
Image Courtesy © Ioana Marinescu and Jakob Spriestersbach
- Architects: RCKa
- Project: The New Generation Youth and Community Centre
- Location: Wells Park, Lewisham, London
- Photography: Ioana Marinescu and Jakob Spriestersbach
- Software used: SketchUp and Bentley Microstation
Sunday, September 15th, 2013
The proposed house is situated in the outer suburbs of Nicosia surrounded by the endless tranquility of the majestic agricultural terrains.
Inspired by the existing topography of the area, form and landscape interweave into one hybrid structure, allowing for multi-layered programme, views and landscape to co-exist harmoniously.
Image Courtesy © Constantinos Kalisperas Architectural Studio
- Architects: Constantinos Kalisperas Architectural Studio
- Project: SECRET GARDEN
- Location: Nicosia, Cyprus
- Type: Residential
- Plot Area: 4085m2
- Built Area: 805m2
- Head Architect: Constantinos Kalisperas
- Visualisation: Constantinos Kalisperas, Costas Loucaides
- Software used: Microstation v8i