Archive for the ‘Bentley’ Category
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
Saturday, September 7th, 2013
Article source: DOS Architects
DOS architects are thrilled to announce that their entry for the Mixed Use development in Beijing (China) has just been announced as winner of the International design competition.
DOS architects were invited to take part in the competition setup by the site’s promoter, GWA (Grow Wealth Assets)in March this year alongside 4 other European Architecture firms, all of which were asked to produce a “Unique and Iconic building” for the site. Their ambitious proposal, which could be described as a “Cantilevering courtyard tower”, is located in the Lize Financial Business District, in the North East of China’s capital city and will be the first project for DOS architects in China.
Image Courtesy © DOS Architects
- Architects: DOS Architects
- Project: Mixed Use tower Winning Proposal
- Location: Beijing, China
- Timeframe: Start date February 2014, Completion March 2017
- Project budget: £780 Million
- Site Area: 24,200 sqm
- Built up area: 219,000 sqm.
- Hotel: 39,000 sqm
- Retail: 40,000 sqm
- Residences: 60,000 sqm
- Offices: 80,000 sqm
- Client: Grow Wealth Assets Ltd.
- Software used: Bentley microstation V8i
Tuesday, August 27th, 2013
Article source: LENS°ASS ARCHITECTEN
The client wanted a consultancy space at home. The farmhouse itself is a typical courtyard farm. In order to protect privacy, and also to avoid creating a door in the rather blank outer walls, we opted for a brick gate, behind which a contemporary framework was constructed internally.
Image Courtesy © Philippe van Gelooven
- Architects: LENS°ASS ARCHITECTEN
- Project: GP practice
- Photography: Philippe van Gelooven
- Software used: Bentley Microstation Powerdraft and Adobe CS
Friday, August 23rd, 2013
Article source: Highlight PR Ltd
The Hive is Europe’s first joint university and public library – a unique academic, educational and learning centre for the City of Worcester and its University. The ‘BREEAM Outstanding’ project was designed by architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios with a distinctive and sustainable landscape design by Grant Associates.
Image Courtesy © Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
- Architects: Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
- Project: The Hive Worcester Library
- Location: England
- Client: Worcester City Council
- Engineers: Hyder, Max Fordham
- Project value: £2 million (landscape works)
- Software used: Bentley Generative Components
Saturday, August 17th, 2013
Article source: Rolf Ockert Design
The client had just purchased the site, a small but stunningly located oceanfront property with panoramic views of the Pacific, when they were introduced to me. As I had just gone out on my own after many years as Associate Director at a successful mid-size firm I didn’t have much to show that I could prove as “my own”. After a detailed selection process the client chose to engage me for the design of their new house, probably based on a lot of trust in my ability and the fact that we got on very well on a personal level.
Image Courtesy © Sharrin Rees
- Architects: Rolf Ockert Design
- Project: South Coogee House
- Location: South Coogee NSW, Australia
- Photography: Sharrin Rees
- Software used: Bentley Microstation
Tuesday, August 6th, 2013
Article source: April Arkitekter
The site is located in Nydalen in the northern part of Oslo, a former industrial area which over the last years have been transformed into housing, offices and educational areas with the river Akerselva – a main recreational area in Oslo- flowing through the neighborhood. The project is part of a transformation plan for Spikerverket (a former nail factory) by MAD arkitekter – developed by Avantor.
Image Courtesy © Jiri Havran
- Architects: April Arkitekter
- Project: Spikerverket Housing
- Location: Oslo, Norway
- Photography: Jiri Havran
- Team Members: Kjersti Hembre, Kathrine Lunøe, Arna Mathiesen, Gunnar Aasen Rogne, Lene Marie Grennes
- Master Plan: MAD arkitekter
- Landscape Architect: Asplan Viak
- Developer: Avantor AS
- Year: 2012
- Software used: Microstation and Archicad
Tuesday, July 9th, 2013
Article source: Stephenson ISA STUDIO
The house is sited on a tree lined suburban road in Cheshire and was designed for a young family couple. On the road, the house types are suburban; conservative, bland and mock traditional. Our approach was to create a fresh contemporary version of the suburban house type; one that reacts to its context and is tailored to suit the specific needs of the client.
Image Courtesy © Stephenson ISA STUDIO