Archive for the ‘ZWCAD’ Category
Friday, August 26th, 2016
Article source: YO.DAA
GrasSea Ristopescheria is located in Fondi, a little city in Italy, near Rome and Naples.
The theme of the project was to embrace with a single architectural gesture the space able to contain the different types of activities that take place inside the building. Fish Market, Restaturant, functional space and external space were to appear as a single continuous space, accessible at the functional level and at the level of perception. The Design also had to be modern, bright and with references to the marine theme, of course, reinterpreted in a modern key. The ceilings with flowing lines and dynamic, the wooden flooring which then becomes the kitchen wall that recalls the jetties piers, the stainless steel doors and windows, the circular windows placed high up on the window, are all internal references to the marine theme. The rest of the lines, including the slots game on the kitchen wall that make it visible, the monobloc bench coated in resin, rimarcate with illumination with specially designed, make the functional environment, just like the modern and dynamic activities that takes place inside it. Particular attention was paid to the lighting sudio. Exist 3 different types of lighting according to requirements. Definitely the most distinctive and visible element is the bright ceiling track that combines all the space visually, and that cuts the wall up to get off the ground. The outdoor area covered attracts more of the classic tavern fishing style, with a ambient and lighting warmer and traditional. Like a path between two different ways of living and seeing the sea. YO.DAA has also worked on the creation of the logo, the creation of the website and the development of the brand, along with the implementation of the architectural design.
Image Courtesy © YO.DAA
- Architects: YO.DAA
- Project: GrasSea Ristopescheria
- Location: Fondi, Italy
- Software used: Zwcad pro and Blender+Cycles
Wednesday, June 15th, 2016
Article source: ALPHAVILLE architects
We designed a new guesthouse for young people from all over the world at Koya-san, the head temple of the Shingon sect founded 1200 years ago, the UNESCO world heritage. It is a mixture of Japanese capsule type hotel in which the privacy is well protected, and dormitory in which the communication among the guests is active. Each single room directly faces a hall so that you can chose proper distance with other guests ensuring the privacy. Selecting of thin wooden structure, resulting that the burden load per one pillar is relatively light, visibility of environmental facilities for easier maintenance and the simple composition of the space allow not only owner of this guest house but also guests to maintain, modify and keep on using this architecture for the long time.
Image Courtesy © Toshiyuki Yano
- Architects: ALPHAVILLE architects (Kentaro Takeguchi + Asako Yamamoto)
- Project: Koyasan Guest House
- Location: Koyasan, Japan
- Photography: Toshiyuki Yano and Alphaville
- Software used: JW cad (Japanese CAD software), Autodesk, Rhinoceros, V-ray, Form Z, adobe software
- Project team: Tomohisa Koike
- Structural engineer: Takashi Manda
- Site area: 137.26m2
- Building area: 96.00 m2
- Total floor area: 96.00 m2
Tuesday, December 16th, 2014
Article source: GRIL KIKELJ ARHITEKTI
The afternoon sunlight illuminates the top of AnskiVrh hill and reflects off the surface of the rather fast Savinja River. The river is surrounded by cliffs, occasionally creating whitewater sections suitable for kayaking. People from the town of Celje are walking along the Savinja walkways. Rivet banks in any urban habitat are areas of great architectural interest, especially where urban path s and roads connect with the river environment. Those are precious locations where rivers form bays and cape s, forks or basins. Accompanied by the appropriate architectural elements, such places refine the urban area. This is also the case with the new kayak club construction on a river promontory in Celje, built after the old club premises were burnt down.
Image Courtesy © Boštjan KIKELJ & Klavdij KIKELJ
- Architects: GRIL KIKELJ ARHITEKTI , Matjaž GRIL
- Project: KAYAK CLUB
- Location: CELJE, SLOVENIA
- Photography: Boštjan KIKELJ, Klavdij KIKELJ
- Software used: ARCHICAD and ZWCAD
- Site area: 1700 m2
- Net area: 580 m2
- Completed: 2011
Friday, April 11th, 2014
Article source: ARCHICLUB
Urban approach . The study site is a vacant lot owned by the city of Bessancourt and located a few hundred meters away from the town hall. Its location is in continuity with its historic downtown. The site is marked on the north by the imposing presence of a church. The urban environment of the study site is very mineral, the stone church is massive and reinforces this homogeneity. The building distribution on the site is diffuse and invites us to propose a singular object, an additional object that can join the existing group.
Image Courtesy © 11h45 montrer l’architecture
- Architects: ARCHICLUB
- Project: Espace Culturel Marc Steckar
- Location: Paris, France
- Photography: 11h45 montrer l’architecture
- Software used: ZWCAD, SKETCHUP, MAXWELL RENDER.
- Client: City of Bessancourt
- Consultants Fluids, Environnement: IDEEL environnement
- Consultants Structure: ID+ engineering
- Consultants acoustics : ALTIA acoustics
- Type: Cultural, Performing art center, Public building
- Status: Built 2013
- Building area: 580 m²
- Budget total: 1 510 000 USD, 1 090 000 €
- Main materials: Stone, Glass.
- Curtain wall: WICONA
- Stones: BLOCSTAR
- Floor: ARTIGO
- Wall: PLACOPLATRE
- Electrical: BTICINO, REGENT
- Plumbing : HANSA DESIGNO, DURAVIT
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, May 5th, 2013
Article source: dep studio
The project involved two buildings along the Oglio river separated by a rectangular courtyard. The main building is on three storeys above ground and one below, the other on two storeys above ground. Right from the start, the aim of the restoration was to simplify the appearance of a building that had undergone a series of rather haphazard conversions over the course of time.
Image Courtesy dep studio
- Architects: dep studio
- Project: Edifici sul fiume Oglio
- Location: Brescia, Italy
- Software used: ZWCAD
Thursday, April 4th, 2013
Article source: dep studio – architettura e design
Casa N/S lies in the immediate vicinity of the old town of a village in the province of Bergamo. The plot is located in an area characterized by buildings without any great architectonic value, something that has made the architects decide to distinguish the building from its surroundings. The customer’s desire to build a home to leave to his children in the future has led to the realization of a building with two identical and independent units that share a number of facilities, as the tavern, the cellars, the garage and the garden.
Image Courtesy dep studio – architettura e design
Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013
Article source: Dellekamp Arquitectos
This building has 3 apartments looking unto the street as well as a 2 stories house in the back that lives to an interior patio. Due to the different needs of each client, the apartments have different floor plans. However the public areas concentrate in the front allowing it to become one single space, creating continuity with the exterior. There is a spectacular tree in front of the building, which became an object of design for the interior, as well as for the façade. By working with structural geometry, we managed to support the 15mt span with no columns that would obstruct the view to the exterior; we then sharpened the floor slabs and walls to the minimum, disappearing their edges in the façade.
Image Courtesy © Dante Busquets
- Architects: Dellekamp Arquitectos + FRENTE arquitectura
- Project: CB 30 Apartment Building
- Location: Calderon de la Barca 30, Polanco. Mexico, D.F.
- Photography: Dante Busquets, Oscar Necoechea
- Architectural Project: Dellekamp arquitectos / Derek Dellekamp + FRENTE / Juan Pablo Maza
- Project Manager: Aisha Ballesteros
- Team: Alin Vazquez, Arais Reyes, Sandra Ortiz y Verónica Alatorre
- Ground area: 420 sqm
- Total built area: 1310 sqm
- Software used: ZWCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketchup
Wednesday, March 6th, 2013
Article source: 2by4-architects
On an island of 5 by 100 meters in the Dutch lake area ‘Loosdrechtse Plas’ 2by4-architects designed a unique recreational house. The house is a subtle frame that captures the view from the inside out and outside in. Completely anticipating on the client’s needs 2by4 has designed the house in such a way that it can customize the interaction with the surrounding nature. One of the glass facades can be completely opened so that the wooden outdoor terrace becomes part of the interior.
Image Courtesy 2by4 – architects
- Architects: 2by4-architects
- Project: Island House
- Location: Loosdrechtse, The Netherlands
- Contractor: Bouwbedrijf Van Schaik
- Year: 2012
- Size: 32m2
- Materials used: Steel construction frame, Plato Wood facade, Structural Glass facade, Saint Gobain, Wooden interior and furniture, White epoxy floor, Henderson Sliding Door
- Software used: ZWCAD and Photoshop
Friday, December 7th, 2012
Article source: Dellekamp Arquitectos
Daegu-Gosan Park Library proposes a progressively ascending spiral that both creates a collaborative learning environment and dynamically merges with the life unfolding in the surrounding city park. The book-stacks wrapping the outer wall of the four-story spiral ramp facilitate browsing its walk of shared continuous knowledge.
Exterior : Image Courtesy © Dellekamp Arquitectos
- Architects: Dellekamp Arquitectos
- Project: Daegu-Gosan Park Library
- Location: Daegu, South Korea
- Architectural Project: Dellekamp Arquitectos | Derek Dellekamp
- Project Leader: Jachen Schleich
- Program: Public Library
- Status: International Competition
- Team: Luis Morales, Jorge Escobedo, Cristian Jorge Ramírez, Pavel Rentería, Valentina Sánchez, Jérémie Dagaud, Antoine Calcagno, José Cherem Serur, Gustavo Hernández.
- Text: Yaocí Pardo.
- Software used: ZWCAD, Photoshop, Ilustrator, SketchUp