Archive for the ‘Rhino’ Category
Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
Article source: Kubota&Bachmann Architects+Martinez
Shared Dreams is a proposal for the new Helsinki Library, sited at a strategic point within the city, the cultural cluster in the Töölönlahti area, with the Helsinki Music Centre, the Aalto congress centre, and the Kiasma contemporary art museum. Office buildings and housing also contribute to urban life around the Makasiinipuisto Park. The new library is committed to strengthening this cluster.
AERIAL SIMULATION VIEW : Image Courtesy Kubota&Bachmann Architects+Martinez
- Architects: Kubota&Bachmann Architects+Martinez
- Project: Helsinki Central Library
- Location: Helsinki, Finland
- Architect: Thoma Amarty, Pierre Voirin, Charlotte Thietart
- Client: Helsinki City
- Type of Competition: Open International Competition
- Program: Library, childrens’ world, Exhibition, Cinema, Public service space and office
- Site Area: Competition Study Area : 4 800 m²
- Building Surface (Projet): Usable Floor Area : 10 526 m², Gross Floor Area 19 560m²
- Result (21th November 2012): Conpetition Entry
- Competition entry submission: 1st stage : 16th April 2012
- Designer: Toshihiro KUBOTA, Francisco Martinez, Yves BACHMANN
- Energy-technology expert: Elioth (egis group) / Sebastien Duprat, Aymeric Anqutin
- Perspectives: Jigen
- Software used: 3DSmax, Rhino
Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
Article source: Jendretzki llc.
This re-imagining of an Ulrich Franzen masterpiece, delicately updates materials, and reconfigures its use adapting it for a corporate headquarters of a shipping company. The division of the individual spaces generates the creation of volumes stand distant enough to structure so that its original features are still primary to the whole.
Image Courtesy Jendretzki llc.
- Architects: Jendretzki llc.
- Project: Ocasa Headquaters
- Location: New York, USA
- Software used: 3DS Max, Rhinocerous, Autocad
Sunday, November 25th, 2012
Article source: Daniela Craciunoiu
This is a day area make-over for an existing house.
The main challenge was the client’s desire to keep some of the old furniture – a couch and an armchair with a baroque texture and other red cherry furniture items. The existing atmosphere was rather dusty and sad, with a combination of different shades of beige and the red of the cherry wood.
Image Courtesy Daniela Craciunoiu
- Architects: Daniela Craciunoiu
- Project: C interior design
- Software used: Rhinoceros 4 for modeling and Vray for render
Saturday, November 24th, 2012
Article source: Studio Kalamar
Jesenice Administrative Centre is part of the Ministry of Public Administration project which aims to combine all state administrative functions (administrative unit, tax administration, surveying and mapping authority, inspectors and examination centre) in a single building. The Centre is situated at a central location of Jesenice, next to the municipality building, directly addressing a large roundabout with a steel worker memorial at its centre.
Image Courtesy Miran Kambič & Studio Kalamar
- Architects: Studio Kalamar
- Project: Administrative Center Jesenice
- Location: Jesenice, Slovenia
- Architect: Andrej Kalamar, Studio Kalamar
- Area: 2.980 m2
- Client: Ministry of Public Administration
- Type: office
- Completed: 2012
- Photographs: Miran Kambič & Studio Kalamar
- Software used: AutoCAD and Rhino
Wednesday, October 17th, 2012
Article source: K2S Architects
The granite Paasitorni fortress was originally built for the use of Helsinki labor movement. Now the block functions as a successful conference center. Paasitorni Hotel comprises of two existing buildings and a new wing hidden behind early 20-century and 1950s facades.
Image Courtesy Marko Huttunen
- Architects: K2S Architects Ltd.
- Project: Hotel Paasitorni
- Location: Paasitorni, Finland
- Architects: Kimmo Lintula, Niko Sirola and Mikko Summanen
- Client: HWA Helsinki Workers Association
- User: Helsinki Congress Paasitorni, Scandic Hotels, Graniittiravintolat Restaurants
- Built area: 11400 m² (gross)
- Design phase: 09/2008 – 01/2010
- Construction phase: 02/2010 – 06/2012
- Photos: Marko Huttunen
- Software used: Autocad architecture 2012; Rhino 4; Maxwell Render 1.7; Blender 2.49
Sunday, October 14th, 2012
Article source: TheeAe LTD
The advanced technology of reading materials by computer, Kindle and even cell‐phone devices helps people easily access to information even way much more than what library could provide in last decades. Therefore, the main function of library seems to have a change in order to accommodate the current trend of getting and providing information.
Image Courtesy TheeAe LTD
- Architects: TheeAe LTD
- Project: Standing Shelves – G_Library
- Location: 571‐1, Shinmae‐dong, Suseong‐gu, Daegu Metropolitan City, Republic of Korea
- Site Area: 2,080 sm
- Construction Size : Basement 1,3 floors above‐ground
- Total floor area: 3,146 sm
- Building Cost: KW7,800,000,000 / USD 7,000,000 M.
- Software used: Rhino and 3d max
Sunday, October 7th, 2012
Article source: Francesco Piffari
What is a bridge in the collective imagination? How to obtain livable spaces from a passing-by architecture? How to push the design to its boundaries and at the same time satisfy the requests for traffic flows, wheelchair access, integration in the urban context, sustainability looking, clarity and comprehensibility of the program?
Image Courtesy Francesco Piffari
- Architects: Francesco Piffari
- Project: Iconic Pedestrian Bridge
- Location: Amstel 51, Amsterdam, Netherlands (in front of Hermitage Amsterdam Museum)
- Type: One stage international idea competition
- Hosted by: [AC-CA] Architectural Competition
- Software used: Rhino, vRay for Rhino, Photoshop and Autocad
- Pedestrian Bridge: on the central axis of the museum, 90 m long, 4m wide minimum
- Cafe: 100 sqm with enough space for 20 tables together with a small area for snack
- Bicycle Repair: 50 sqm with two repair stations
- Services: 20 sqm for 4 toilets cubicles; 30 sqm for office, changing room, storage; 30 bike racks
- TOTAL: 200 sqm
- Mission:Design an Iconic Pedestrin Bridge in the heart of Amsterdam which could:
- Encourage and reward design excellence between architecture and engineering.
- Research, respond to and highlight the unique aspects of designing an original footbridge.
- To generate the discussion of ideas regarding the functionality of bridges in relation with art and sculpture.
- Encourage the employment of sustainable design in all aspects of the proposal.
Tuesday, September 25th, 2012
Article source: Innovarchi
D1 is an 80 storey & residential tower on the shore of Dubai Creek in the UAE. It is to be one of the showpieces of a new development area called “the Culture Village”. There are two main components of the development, the glass tower itself and an elegant timber canopy screen at the base. For the overall tower design Sunland was inspired by the Sydney Olympic Torch and the Q1 tower on the Gold Coast in Australia. Innovarchi was asked to re-design the facades to emphasise the sheer nature of the layered glass curtain wall. Like the petals of a rose, the primary façades are conceived as a series of delicate layers to protect against the harsh environment. The façade layers are continuous, monolithic, smooth and seamless, without texture.
d1 tower render (© Iinnovarchi)
- Architects: Innovarchi
- Project: D1 Canopy Design
- Location: Dubai creek, United Arab Emirates (UAE)
- Client: Emirates Sunland Group
- Developer: Emirates Sunland
- Specialist Design Architects: Innovarchi
- Documentation Architects: Holfords
- Software used: CANOPY – concept design: Cinema 4D; design development and documenting: ArchiCAD; TOWER – all stages ArchiCAD
Friday, September 21st, 2012
Article source: Emelio Barjau
Professional cycling has developed enormously in the State of Sinaloa, Mexico, in the last decade. Several international star athletes have brought attention to the sport, fueled by Olympic victories and enthusiastic press. Consequently there is an interest in building Culiacan´s new velodrome, as well as incorporating policies that favor cycling as a mode of transportation into the city’s plans for new public spaces. Our vision channels this newfound enthusiasm for cycling into a single thread that unites a professional sports building with a cycling-oriented park development.
Image Courtesy Bunker Arquitectura
- Architects: Bunker Arquitectura
- Project: Velodrome in Culiacan
- Location: Culiacan, Sinaloa, México
- Design: BNKR Arquitectura / Esteban Suarez
- Project Leader: Laura Fontaine & MitlGaxiola
- Project Team: EmelioBarjau, Angel Rivero, Adrian Aguilar, Francisco Cruz, DiegoEumir, Paul Chavez, MarcellIbarrola & Jaime Sol
- Structural Design: DAE
- Lighting: NorieggaIluminadores
- MEP: DCP
- Area: 61,236 m2
- Status: On going
- Renders: BNKR Arquitectura
- Software used: 3d Modeling with 3d Studio Max, Rhino, Grasshopper; Renderings with Vray; Postproduction with Photoshop; Drawings with AutoCAD, Illustrator