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G House in Sydney, Australia by Bruce Stafford Architects (designed with SketchUp and AutoCAD)

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

Article source: Bruce Stafford Architects

A typical eastern Suburbs harbour view site; long, narrow and sloping away from the road toward harbour and Manly views.
As the house is set lower than the road with living spaces opening back toward the street, a lightweight timber screen filters street views and creates privacy, yet allows light and ventilation to the private living spaces. The house has two living levels; the primary living level opens out toward an elevated view and the lower living area flows out to a pool deck and private courtyards.

Image Courtesy Karl Beath

  • Architects: Bruce Stafford Architects
  • Project: G House
  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Architect Design: Vincent Chi
  • BSA design team: Bruce Stafford, Anna Antoniades, Rachel Kayode
  • Interior Design: Arent and Pyke
  • Structural Engineer: Geoff Ninnes Fong & Partners
  • Contractor: C.E. Pilcher & Son
  • Quantity Surveyor: Heyman Cohen
  • Landscape Consultant: Jane Grossberg
  • Photography: Karl Beath
  • Software used: Modeled with Sketchup and documented with AutoCad

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Wave of Daylight in Yokohama, Japan by MoNo (designed with 3dS Max)

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

Article source: MoNo

This was an installation art work which was exhibited in Yamate 111 Ban-Kan, one of old western-style houses authorized as a historical architectures by Yokohama city government, as a formal program of the 6th Yamate Art Festival. It was the second time for MoNo to attend this art festival following the last work “Molecular Cluster”.

Wave of Daylight

  • Architect: MoNo / Fumiaki Nagashima + Mami Maruoka Nagashima
  • Name of Project: Wave of Daylight
  • Location: Yamate naka-ku, Yokohama, Japan
  • Type: Installation art work
  • Organizer: Yamate Art Festival Executive Committee
  • Dates: 26 FEB – 04 MAR, 2012
  • Time: 09:30 – 17:00
  • Software used: 3dS Max

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Castaño in Santiago, Chile by Guillermo Hevia H.

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

Article source: Guillermo Hevia H.

A steel cube supported by concrete walls is the image of a bakery company with an industrial process, located in a new area of corporative buildings.

A new industrial concept for a company dedicated to the production of  traditional and elaborated bread of massive consumption , incorporating top technology to all  panification processes.

Privileged location in a new  area of corporative buildings lead us to create an integrated design where volume was favored as an object.

Image Courtesy Guillermo Hevia

  • Architects: Guillermo Hevia H.
  • Project: Castaño
  • Location: Alberto Riesco 0250, Huechuraba, Santiago – R.M.
  • Collaborators: Amelia Orrego C.   Architect, Marcela Suazo Development / CAD
  • Surface area: 8.000 m2
  • Building Surface: 4.600 m2
  • Materials: Concrete at sight,  self portable  isolated panels, metallic linings and color thermic glasses.
  • Software used: Autocad, 3dmax, Cinema4D + Vray and TAS for bioclimatic evaluation

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H-Orange in Tokyo, Japan by Takuro Yamamoto Architects (designed with Vectorworks)

Saturday, April 7th, 2012

Article source: Takuro Yamamoto

H-ORANGE is an independent house featured by the character of its site, which is located next to a small field and large woods, although it is placed in the center of Tokyo.

To emphasize the scene of the woods and big blue sky above the field, west side of the second floor is widely opened with horizontal windows, and a large open-air terrace is located to surround the floor including the living room. With this arrangement, the residents can enjoy the harvest of the vast space above the field. But the view of the field itself is not really beautiful because it was insensitively walled by bricks and these walls seemed to give closed feeling of the place.

H-Orange

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Tovin Studios in New York by sebastianquinn (designed with Rhino and PowerCADD)

Saturday, April 7th, 2012

Article source: sebastianquinn

70 South Franklin Street in Nyack, New York is the studio and gallery space for furniture designer Blake Tovin. Conceived as an intervention, the structure of Tovin Studios is a former warehouse. The project investigates economy of means, materiality, natural lighting and sustainable construction techniques. The facade is clad in weathering steel. Four major “light scoop” sky lights deliver day light and are a passive solar heating system. The project is currently awaiting consulting with energy modeling from NYSERDA.

Exterior View - Photo by Francois Dischinger

  • Architect: sebastianquinn
  • Name of Project: Tovin Studios
  • Location: New York
  • Software used: Rhino for mac (beta), and PowerCadd

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CII in Los Angeles, California by Koning Eizenberg Architecture (designed using Revit and SketchUp)

Friday, April 6th, 2012

Article source: Koning Eizenberg Architecture

This 47,000 sq. ft. project entails the adaptive reuse and creative rehabilitation of two lightindustrial warehouse buildings in a gritty inner-city Los Angeles neighborhood. On a tight budget, the design deinstitutionalizes the sensitive social functions of the organization, through a combination of innovative organizational planning and the limited insertion of simple (but creative) new architectural systems within the renovated existing building shell. The program includes a preschool, individual therapy rooms, administrative offices, and large multipurpose spaces for community programs.

Main Lobby (Images Courtesy Eric Staudenmaier)

  • Architect: Koning Eizenberg Architecture
  • Name of Project: CII – Children’s Institute Inc.
  • Location: Los Angeles, California
  • Program: 47,000 sq. ft.
  • Client: Children’s Institute, Inc.
  • Photographs: Eric Staudenmaier
  • Completed: April 2010
  • Awards: 2011 Contract Interiors; 2011 AIA National Honor Awards; 2011 Novogradac Award
  • Software used: Revit and SketchUp

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Hancock Lofts in West Hollywood, California by Koning Eizenberg Architecture (designed using Revit and SketchUp)

Friday, April 6th, 2012

Article source: Koning Eizenberg Architecture

A developer/architect team was selected by the City of West Hollywood to develop a city owned site, address a shortage of parking, and flush out a program for housing and retail space through a community process. The design’s non-conventional approach leverages the irregular, sloping lot to reinforce street life as well as create an unexpected roof top open space. Public parking is located underground while residential parking loops up and over street level housing to place an active use along the side street. Architectural expression is rooted in sustainable strategies. All units are cross ventilated and sliding wood screens are used to shade boulevard flats and moderate the level of engagement with the busy street below.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Eric Staudenmaier)

  • Architect: Koning Eizenberg Architecture
  • Name of Project: Hancock Lofts
  • Location: West Hollywood, California
  • Program: 38 units, 31 condominiums, 7 affordable studios, 11,600 sq. ft. of retail space, 156 public parking spaces and 61 residential parking spaces
  • Client: CIM Group
  • Completed: 2009
  • Photographs: Eric Staudenmaier
  • Awards: 2005 Westside Prize; 2009 ID Merit Award; 2010 Woodworks Award; 2010 RA Merit Award; 2010 AIACC Merit Award; 2011 AIA Housing Award
  • Software used: Revit and SketchUp

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Beaumaris Dental in Victoria, Australia by Demaine Partnership PTY LTD

Friday, April 6th, 2012

Article source: Demaine Partnership PTY LTD

This project began when two dentists, who are also father and son, decided that they needed a new building for their growing dental practice – a building that would reflect the quality of their dentistry and modern equipment and a building that would serve their business well into the future.

Image Courtesy Peter Clarke

  • Architects: Demaine Partnership PTY LTD
  • Project: Beaumaris Dental
  • Location: 7 North Concourse, Beaumaris, Victoria, Australia
  • Design Architect: Craig Barkla
  • Project Architect: Craig Barkla
  • Project Team: Alan Driscoll, Andrea Zidziunas, Natasa Markovic
  • Photographer: Peter Clarke Photography
  • Software used: Archicad 13

California Dreaming in Tasmania, Australia by Bild Architecture (designed with Rhino 3D)

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

Article source: Bild Architecture

California Dreamingis one of a continuing series of projects exploring adaptations of Australian suburban typologies to contemporary housing requirements. Located in an area of inner-urban Launceston originally developed with inter-war ‘California Bungalow’ type housing, the project adapts and co-ops this typology to contemporary living styles and expectations for a pair of duplex residential units.Unfashionable for many years this area of the city lay dormantafter its initial wave of development, preserving an enclave of inter-war speculative housing. However in recent years, with sudden gentrification, the area has seen a new wave of housing occupying the abundant infill opportunities. These new occupants, reflective of contemporary ways of living and ways of building sit in stark contrast with the area’s original houses.

Street Frontage

  • Architects: Bild Architecture
  • Project: California Dreaming
  • Location: 8a&b Leslie Place, South Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
  • Project Team: Ben Milbourne, Haslet Grounds, Alison Stout
  • Photography: Tanja Milbourne (TM Photo)
  • Area: 235m²
  • Completed: 2011
  • Software used: Rhino 3D

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Louisiana State Museum by Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

Article source: Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

This state history museum is located adjacent to the Louisiana State Capitol and Gardens within the governmental complex now known as Capitol Park. The project is the sole cultural institution included in an ambitious master planning effort to relocate 1.5 million square feet of dispersed state governmental offices into a consolidated location surrounding the historic Capitol Tower, built in 1932 by then governor Huey Long.

Images Courtesy Timothy Hursley

  • Architects: Eskew+Dumez+Ripple
  • Name of Project: Louisiana State Museum
  • Location: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • Year of Completion: 2006
  • Client: State of Louisiana – Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism
  • Project Size: 72,000 square feet
  • Software used: AutoCAD

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