Archive for the ‘Nemetschek’ Category
Sunday, April 13th, 2014
Article source: iredale pedersen hook & Caroline Di Costa Architect
CASA31_4 Room House re-interprets the role of memory, tradition and social and cultural value in a rich spatial experience that is simultaneous familiar yet unfamiliar. Our architecture preserves and reinterprets the past, history is layered but never erased, fragments of the past continually remind us that we are only another layer in the rich and unfolding history of this place.
Image Courtesy © Peter Bennetts
- Architects: iredale pedersen hook & Caroline Di Costa Architect
- Project: CASA31_4 Room House
- Photography: Peter Bennetts
- Software used: Vectorworks and card models.
- Architectural Project Team: Caroline Di Costa, Adrian Iredale, Finn Pedersen, Martyn Hook, Brett Mitchell, Sinan Pirie, Matthew Fletcher.
- Structural Engineer: Terpkos Engineering
- Builder: Hugo Homes
- Completion: December 2013
Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
Article source: DAAD Architecten
DAAD Architecten has designed a new sheepfold, with a pitched barn and wool studio, in Balloo in Drenthe. The site, which was ruined through a fire, on the edge of the Balloo es [heightened plots of farmland, specific to Drenthe], has been developed into a public, central green, with spaces for education, information and art.
the new sheepfold combines a landscape approach for the entire site, Image Courtesy © Marianne Berkhoff
- Architects: DAAD Architecten
- Project: Sheepfold Balloo
- Location: Drenthe, Netherlands
- Photography: Marianne Berkhoff
- Software used: Vectorworks, Modelmaking, Hand drawings, AutoCad
- Realisation: 2013
Tuesday, April 8th, 2014
Article source: Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates
This is the project for two-family house by reconstruction. Every time I witnessed the demolition work before reconstruction, I’ve had some uncomfortable feelings by the view of vacant land. The old house is a building containing lots of thoughts and memories for the owner and it is also a part constituting the town-scape from the community viewpoint. Therefore, based on the idea that there should be a way to renew the house while keeping the old town-scape even in reconstruction project, I proposed a house with Japanese-style outlook to fit naturally into the existing fence and external garden.
Image Courtesy © Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates
- Architects: Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates
- Project: i.n.g
- Location: Toyota, Japan
- Photography: Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates
- Software Used: VectorWorks
- Site Area: 453.88m2
- Built Area: 160.56m2
- Total Floor Area: 147.67m2
- Type of Construction: Wooden
- Exterior Materials: paint finish
- Interior Materials: paint finish、Lauan plywood
- Design time: January, 2012 – November, 2012
- Year of completion: July, 2013
- Design team: Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates
- Structure company: Tatsumi Terado Structural Studio
- Construction company: Inoue construction Ltd
Tuesday, April 8th, 2014
Article source: ashton porter architects
Reorganisation of the ground floor layout of a two storey semi detached residential property and the replacing of a garden shed at the rear of the garden with a writing hut.
The house design was driven by the requirement for both clients to work from home and both have separate spaces. The connection between the house and the garden writing hut was therefore a key element of the project.
Image Courtesy © Andy Stagg
- Architects: ashton porter architects
- Project: Cut and Frame
- Photography: Andy Stagg
- Software used: Vectorworks and Sketchup
- Main Contractor: Allen Wilson Shopfitters & Builders
- Structural Consultant: Constant Structural Design
- Cost: £243,000
- Client: Private
- Size of the house before the project: 148m2
- After the project: 178m2
- Writing Hut: 15m2
- Start: October 2011
- Planning Permission Granted: April 2012
- Build Start: July 2012
- Completion: December 2012
- Kitchen: Howdens
- Sliding Doors: Fineline
- Flooring: Peak Oak Flooring
- Windows: Velfac
Thursday, April 3rd, 2014
Article source: FIVE AM
At the end of 2012, printing office Drukta and mailing company Formail moved into their new building. Not a new build, but a former textile company’s warehouse, spanning 4.000 sqm. For their office space, both companies were looking for a solution which needed to fit their needs and budget. At the same time, they really wanted the original and creative concept to become a proper eye-catcher, linking the office area with the machines on the workfloor – a task right up the street of interior designers Five AM in Kortrijk (Belgium).
Image Courtesy © Thomas De Bruyne
- Architects: FIVE AM
- Project: Office space design with shipping containers
- Location: Kortrijk, Belgium
- Photography: Thomas De Bruyne
- Software used: Vectorworks and Cinema 4d
- Client: Drukta NV + Formail bvba
- Realisation: August 2012 – November 2012
- Budget: 280000 €
- Surface dimensions: 4000sgm building of which 290 sqm office space,Drukta 150sqm, Formail 75 sgm atelier 65sqm office..
- Materials: Shipping containers (13), plywood, MDF,carpet,TLlighting
Saturday, March 29th, 2014
Article source: Eriksen Skajaa Architects
Bergen International Festival is a music and cultural festival to be held in Bergen in late May and early June each year. The festival is the largest of its kind and contains a wide range of events in music, theater, dance and visual arts at the national and international level. Concerts are held in the Grieg Hall and Haakon’s Hall, in the four composer homes on Siljustøl, Trolhaugen, Lysøen and Valestrandsfossen as well as in a number of city churches, streets and squares. The first festival was held in 1953.
Image Courtesy © Rasmus Norlander
- Architects: Eriksen Skajaa Architects
- Project: Bergen International Festival
- Location: Vaskerelvsmauet 6, Bergen, Norway
- Photography: Rasmus Norlander
- Software used: Vector Works 2012
- Project team: Arild Eriksen, Joakim Skajaa, Julia With
- Size: 450m2
- Year: 2013
- Client: Bergen International Festival / Gjølanger Bruk
- Illustrations: Eriksen Skajaa Architects
Wednesday, March 26th, 2014
Article source: Smerin Architects
In an area of ancient woodland bordering Ashdown Forest in East Sussex the new build house for a private client is set into a hillside overlooking a stream and the Wealden farmland beyond. Arranged over three levels the main living spaces, accessed via a folded steel plate bridge, occupy the middle floor and lead out to a generous verandah hung from and sheltered by the overhanging roof. Solid oak stairs machined from timber from the woods and cantilevered from the supporting concrete walls lead either up to the bedroom floor or down to a strip of utility spaces and through to a swimming pool room whose sliding glass wall opens up to the adjoining covered terrace and surrounding meadow.
Image Courtesy © Tim Crocker
- Architects: Smerin Architects
- Project: Red Bridge House
- Photography: Tim Crocker
- Software used: Vectorworks.
- Structural Engineer: Lyons O’Neill
- Main Contractor: Client self-build
- House: 345 sqm/3,700 sqft
- Garage: 120 sqm/1,300 sqft
Construction Cost ( For information only )
- House and Garage: £2,500 sqm/£230 sqft
Thursday, March 6th, 2014
Article source: Andersson-Wise Architects
Austin’s W Hotel and Residences complex is a new centerpiece for the city, occupying a prime location in the skyline framing Austin City Hall and Lady Bird Lake. Andersson-Wise Architects, of Austin, designed the building to make the most of the city’s natural environment, capturing prevailing breezes and controlling the intense sunlight to create a protectedyet open experience.
Image Courtesy © Andrew Pogue
- Architects: Andersson-Wise Architects
- Project: W AUSTIN HOTEL + RESIDENCES with AUSTIN CITY LIMITS LIVE AT THE MOODY THEATER
- Location: Austin, Texas, U.S.A
- Photography: Andrew Pogue, Art Gray, Jonathan Jackson, Tom McConnell
- Software used: Vectorworks.
- Design Team: Arthur Andersson, Chris Wise, Catherine Craig, Leland Ulmer, Christopher Sanders, Laura McQuary, Robin Bagley Logan
- Architect of record: BOKA Powell – Dallas, TX Emily Hoffman
- General contractor: Austin Building Company – Austin, TX, Kasey Delz
- Other key contractors: Custom Sheet Metal: A. Zahner & Co., Curtain Wall + Glazing: Wincon Millwork: AMI
- Structural Engineer: Thornton Tomasetti
- Mep engineer: JJA, Inc.
- Landscape architect: Talley Associates – Dallas, TX
- Lighting consultant: Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design
- Sustainable design: Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems
- Theater consultant: Theatre Consultants Collaborative
- Venue interiors: Rios Clementi Hale Studios
- Square footage: 1 million square feet
- Site acreage: 1.8 acres
- Building materials: cement composite panels (Swiss Pearl), aluminum + glass curtain wall system, metal plate wall panels
- LEED rating: SILVER
- Sustainable features: urban site, orientation to sun and prevailing breezes, utilizes City of, Austin chilled water system, high recycled content materials, low VOC, materials, high-performance glazing.
- Floors: 37 story tower, 10 floors hotel, 21 floors residences, 3 floors podium 4 floors mechanical
Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
Article source: MOUNT FUJI ARCHITECTS STUDIO
The site is by the Station of the Yokohama suburban area, center of the emerging suburban district where the population of young families keeps growing.
Several large shopping facilities are scattered and form a unique suburban townscape, still it is hard to say that it is attractive enough as a town or an urban space, despite those attractive facilities, active urban planning and many young and energetic people.
Image Courtesy © Ken’ichi Suzuki.
- Architects: MOUNT FUJI ARCHITECTS STUDIO
- Project: YOTSUBAKO
- Photography: Ken’ichi Suzuki.
- Software used: Vectorworks (CAD Software)
- Principal use: tenant building
- Site area: 1335m2
- Building area: 1145.8m2
- Total floor area: 7187.1m2
- Number of stories: 8 story + 1 basement
- Structure: steel frame,partly steel reinforced concrete
- Design: 2008.1 – 2009.11
- Construction: 2010.2 – 2011.11
- Scope of works: schematic architectural design, developed design proposal, construction documents.
Friday, February 21st, 2014
Article source: Campos Leckie Studio
The project was conceived as a modernist prototype for Vancouver’s ubiquitous RS-1 zoning district. The project explored the development restrictions of the residential regulations as well as the limitations of building within an urban context. The process was meant to generate a set of guidelines for what we have termed a ‘flexible prototype’ that could address the contextual differences of individual sites in a way that allows for a customized integration of passive environmental strategies, the incorporation of exterior space as part of everyday living, and the provision of an affordable and flexible live work space.
Image Courtesy © Campos Leckie Studio
- Architects: Campos Leckie Studio
- Project: RS1 – 002 Kennedy Residence
- Location: Vancouver, Canada
- Software used: Vectorworks and Sketchup.
- Completed: September 2009 by CCA -5 Construction Management Contract
- Project Scope: Prototype for affordable modernist housing in Vancouver’s RS-1 zoning district. New wood frame construction, 2550 square feet residence with a 530 square foot garage, studio. Construction budget of $800,000.
- Principal: Javier Campos