Archive for the ‘SketchUp’ Category
Tuesday, September 24th, 2013
Article source: ARCHITECTENCSK
Modern Villa floot on top of old dune.
Ground level three bedrooms with bathroom, office with seperate entrance, service block, ktichen, diningroom and livingroom with two fire places.
Basement technical room and garage, multi purpose room(archive, cinema etc.) , guest area.
Image Courtesy © ARCHITECTENCSK
Wednesday, September 18th, 2013
Article source: Anagrama
Monterrey, the third largest city in Mexico, is best known for its beautiful mountains and strong industrial backbone. In the heart of the city is Fundidora Park, a unique specimen of industrial archaeology (it was previously a massive steelworks and foundry established in 1900). The park is home to extensive gardens, museums, convention centers, auditoriums, theme parks and cultural venues such as Conarte (Council for the Culture and Arts of Nuevo León).
Image Courtesy © Anagrama, Entrance hall
- Architects: Anagrama
- Project: Niños Conarte
- Location: Monterrey, Mexico
- Software used: Google Sketchup & Autocad
Tuesday, September 17th, 2013
Article source: Rallar Arkitekter
The Boathouse in Haddal
The start of summer 2012 was very different for 21 architecture students from NTNU. Instead of going home on vacation, they travelled to a small village in Sunnmøre. Here they were to realize their first building, a unique boathouse situated between the fjord, the mountains and the sea. The project was organized and designed by six of the students, all in their 2nd year, at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. It all began back in January, when the students travelled to Haddal to get to know the site and the client.
Image Courtesy © Rallar Arkitekter
- Architects: Rallar Arkitekter
- Project: The boathouse
- Location: Haddal, Norway
- Photography: Rallar Arkitekter, Maya Laitinen
- Municipality: Ulstein Kommune, Norway
- Mission: Boathouse
- Completed: June 23rd, 2012
- Material usage: Shuttering block, concrete floor, pine cladding, plastic glass, spruce plywood, reclaimed slate and construction materials of spruce.
- Clients: Ann-Kathrin Haddal and Nils Rune Molvær
- Architect coworkers: Silje Ruud, Kristine Øvstebø, Steinar Hillersøy Dyvik, John Haddal Mork, Anders Gunleiksrud, Eiliv Andreas Myren Ribe
- Arcitectonic consultant: Steffen Wellinger, Førsteamanuensis Sivilarkitekt MNAL
- Supervisor structural Engineering: Jan Siem, Professor, fakultet for arkitektur og billedkunst, NTNU
- Project management: Rallar Arkitekter
- Gross area: 60m2
- Costs excl. VAT and the cost reporting year: 300 000 (2012)
- Building students: Anders Gunleiksrud, Atir Khan, Eiliv Andreas Myren Ribe, Espen Philip Haugen, Espen Strandmyr Eide Hanne Karin Broch, John Haddal Mork, Julie Gaby Berger, Kanutte Torsteinsdottir Næss, Kari Svangstu, Kristine Øvstebø, Lene Tajana Dybwad, Maria Ringstad, Maria Therese Nervik, Maya Laitinen, Robin Loe, Sebastian Østlie, Silje Ruud, Sindre B Johnsen Steinar Hillersøy Dyvik.
- Software used: 3D Studio Max, Inventor 3d and Google Sketchup
Friday, September 13th, 2013
Article source: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea
The creation of atmospheres that are suitable for every space, enhancing the harmony that integrates the entire project, is the guiding principle that defines the project done by ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea for this apartment in Mexico City. Its privileged location provides, beside the fantastic views, a pleasant surrounding suitable to integrate the outdoors to the interior project.
Image Courtesy © Jaime Navarro
- Architects: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea
- Project: DEPARTAMENTO CGB
- Location: México D.F.
- Photography: Jaime Navarro
- Year: 2012
- Built area: 610 m2
- Interior: Arq. José Lew Kirsch, Arq. Bernardo Lew Kirsch, Arq. Oscar Sarabia, Arq. Jesús Román, Arq. Jonathan Herrejón, Arq. Miguel Ocampo, Arq. Nahela Hinojosa, Arq. Federico Teista, Arq. Guillermo Martinez, Beatriz Canuto
- Building and construction supervision: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea
- Materials: Madera, mármol, pintura, cristal, herrería
- Software used: Autocad, sketchup, vray
Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013
Article source: Enflo Arkitekter
A summer house for a young family. The site on the Swedish island Gotland in the Baltic Sea is surrounded by open fields to the north and low forest in the south.Local building traditions are important in this region, as well as for the architect and client. The slim volume invites light into the house and makes nature always present.
Image Courtesy © Joachim Belaieff
- Architects: Enflo Arkitekter
- Project: Summer House
- Location: Gotland, Sweden
- Photography: Joachim Belaieff
- Size: 104
- Building year: 2012
- Building cost: 2,2milj SEK, 250000 euro
- Client: NiklasochMalin Samuelsson
- Engineer: Algeba Byggkonsulter
- Builder: Fide Bygg&Snickeri
- Software used: SketchUp
Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013
Article source: Zemberek Design Office
By reason of cooperation between two major textile companies, the necessity of a new design office with additional showroom for guest designer team is revealed in existing manufacturing building of the host company. Approach of the architectural team, according to the demand was, creating a perception of “non-belonging” in the space, to highlight the difference between existing function and the new one, also maintaining the balance, between; using the attractive and colorful interior workspace as a showcase, and preserving the privacy of the designers. Another demand that shapes the concept was a multi-functional area which serves as a design office and a showroom.
Architectural team aimed to meet all demands with a single shell.
Image Courtesy © Şafak Emrence
- Architects: Zemberek Design Office
- Project: VIGOSS Textile – Showroom and Design Office
- Location: Istanbul, Turkey
- Photography: Şafak Emrence
- Design Team: Başak Emrence, Şafak Emrence, Başak Bakkaloğlu
- Project Area: 500 m²
- Client: VIGOSS Textile
- Design Date: 2012
- Construction Date: 2012
- Software used: Zwcad and Google Sketchup
Sunday, September 1st, 2013
Article source: J. J. Pan & Partners, Architects & Planners(JJPan)
The Lantern Festival is the last of the series of spring festivals that celebrate the Chinese New Year (Feb. 9 ~24, 2013). During this time, people come together to offer good wishes and pray for more blessings in the coming year.
In this spirit, the main lantern for this year’s Taiwan Lantern Festival, is aptly themed the “Ring of Celestial Bliss”. Its concept, based on the Chinese saying of “Blessings as high as the sky”, is vividly conveyed in all aspects of the design.
Image Courtesy © JJPan
- Architects: J. J. Pan & Partners, Architects & Planners(JJPan)
- Project: Ring of Celestial Bliss
- Location: Hsinchu, Taiwan
- Photography: Delta, JJPan
- Design team: Joshua Jih Pan, Chungwei Su, Steven B.J. Chen, Ian Y.C. Tseng
- Client: Delta Electronics Inc.
- Materials: Steel Structure, Bamboo, Fabric
- Dimensions: 30m diameter
- Height: 10 m
- Completion: 2013
- Software used: Rhino, SketchUp
Sunday, September 1st, 2013
Article source: Design Blitz
Skype’s primary goal was to create a world-class o”ce that would di!erentiate them from their Bay Area competitors in the recruitment of talent. Their new space not only had to be a design statement that reflected their modern but fun personality, but it also had to meet very specific acoustic requirements to support the company’s extensive use of AV. Skype hired Design Blitz architects to design their new North American headquarters on an aggressive budget and schedule. Despite being one of several new o”ces that year for Skype, the completed project ultimately became the standard for the international communications company and also achieved LEED Silver certification.
Image Courtesy © Ho!manChrisman & Matthew Millman
- Architects: Design Blitz
- Project: Skype HQ
- Location: Palo Alto, California, U.S.A
- Photography: Ho!manChrisman & Matthew Millman
- Size: 54,000 SF
- Completion: 2010
- Software used: Revit and Sketchup
Saturday, August 31st, 2013
Article source: Maxim Winkelaar Architects
The house with the two faces
In the middle of the forests in the heart of The Netherlands is an extraordinary residence. The residence was recently renovated with the focus on sustainability done by the architects Bob Ronday and Maxim Winkelaar. The residence is built in the early 20th century and the house is characterized in an English cottage style with white painted walls and a thatched roof.
Image Courtesy © Chiel de Nooyer
- Architects: Maxim Winkelaar Architects & Bob Ronday
- Project: Manor Doorn
- Location: Doorn, Netherlands
- Photography: Chiel de Nooyer
- Client: Private
- Surface: 360 m2
- Plot: 6500 m2
- Project Team: Maxim Winkelaar, Bob Ronday and Jurgen van Denderen
- Engineer: Quintin Tonnard, Espacio Constructies
- Contractor: Bouwbedrijf Aalbers
- Year of renovation and new construction: 2008 – 2009
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Kerkythea & Photoshop
Friday, August 30th, 2013
Article source: Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes + OeverZaaijer Architectuur
In the new knowledge economy education is increasingly important to the daily operations of life and business in the city. New types of multifunctional education buildings have stepped into this role, strategically positioned in the city’s transportation network as well as being focal points for the enterprising student and talent seeking businesses; a total educational experience.
Image Courtesy © Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes + OeverZaaijer Architectuur
- Architects: Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes + OeverZaaijer Architectuur
- Project: MBO College North
- Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Design: 2008
- Completion: 2012
- Site area: 5600 m2
- Program: Multi-functional educational complex, 13.500 m2 education, 3.000 m2 commercial space 130 parking places
- Total area : ca. 21.000 m2
- Client: Phase 1: ROC van Amsterdam, Phase 2: MJ De Nijs Projectontwikkeling
- Advisors: Phase 1: Twynstra Gudde, ICS Adviseurs, BOA Adviseurs, Phase 2: Draaijer + Partners bv
- Engineers: Phase 1: ABT Phase 2: Van Rossum
- Mechanical Installations: Fase 1: ABT Fase 2: Kuipers
- Building costs: Euro 21.500.000
- Software used: Autocad, Vectorworks, SketchUp