Archive for the ‘V-Ray’ Category
Friday, September 14th, 2012
Article source: Gary Eisner
Midtown South, New York, New York Apartment renovation –
The bathroom was the main focus of the renovation, but the entire apartment has been cosmetically.
Image Courtesy BUILTIN studio
- Architect: BUILTIN studio
- Project: 28th and 6th Avenue
- Location: New york
- Software used: AutoCAD and Rhino with Vray
Tuesday, September 11th, 2012
Article source: Seeding Office
How a new building will relate to the context and the people?
Image Courtesy Seeding Office
- Architects: Seeding Office Architects
- Project: Shade of green
- Software used: AutoCad, 3dS max with V-ray and Photoshop
Sunday, August 12th, 2012
Article source: Studio Alfirevic
Raft represents an extension of the riverbank. The main idea was to create a pleasant environment, like staying under the ”tree shadow” an also above water. Atrium space is the central motif, with elements of natural environment (birch, stone, grass, etc.). The spatial organization consists of main entrance, wardrobe with toilets, café-restaurant with atrium and bar with storage space.
Raft ’4U’ – Cafe Restaurant
- Architects: Studio Alfirevic
- Project: Raft ’4U’ – Cafe Restaurant
- Location: Belgrade, Serbia
- Software used: AutoCAD + 3D Max + V-Ray
Tuesday, August 7th, 2012
Article source: Sean Bailey
Vista Del Valle is a 4,400 square feet house in the Sonoma hills that articulates modern forms, site informed design, and soft clean materials. The project is on a steep site with a view out over the valley, with distant views of Mt. Diablo and East Bay. Its multi-axis plan and gently sloped shed roofs create informal active spaces that look modern in form and yet remain soft with light finely-textured stucco and warm clear-grain horizontal cedar siding.
Image Courtesy Bruce Damonte
- Architects: Zimmerman and Associates
- Project: Vista Del Valle
- Location: Sonoma,CA
- Photographer: Bruce Damonte
- Year of Completion: 2011
- Contractor: JMH Consultants
- Software used: Vectorworks and Rhinoceros 4.0 and Vray for the renderings.
Friday, July 27th, 2012
Article source: EMS Arquitectura
This is the first of 3 buildings projected for the “CARIÑO” institutional program, driven by social manager of Santiago de Cali and the Ministry of Education. It is located in the district 21, east of the city, adjacent to the Cauca River dam, on a lot that for years had been used by the community as a park, but legally would be destined for the construction of an educational institution. The development of the project would generate a new form of living space whereas their new occupants would be children between 2 and 5 years.
Image Courtesy EMS Arquitectura
- Architects: EMS Arquitectura
- Project: Centro de Atención Integral a la Niño, Cariño El Remanso
- Location: Colombia
- Software used: AutoCAD 2010, 3Dmax, V-Ray
Saturday, July 14th, 2012
Article source: Decodeine
Competition Amsterdam footbridge 2012 by Margot Krasojevic
Water management is still the most important function of Amsterdam canals. Without them, the city would drown. Circulating the water is also vital for sanitary reasons. In the days when windmills had to do the job, the stench of the water could become unbearable in periods with little wind or rain.
Three times a week, 14 of the 16 existing waterlocks around the city close up, so clean water can be pumped in from the big lake IJsselmeer. The current that is created pushes the dirty canal water out through the open locks on the other side of the city. Specialized cleaning boats with big scoops and nets patrol frequently clean surface debris. Since 2005, all the houseboats in the city are connected to the sewer system.
Water Purifying Footbridge
- Architects: Decodeine
- Project: Water Purifying Footbridge
- Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Project Architect: Margot Krasojevic
- Software used: 3dsMax and Vray for renders and Microstation for design details
Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
Article source: Sergio Mannino Studio
The Vince Camuto Grand Central Terminal Store in Manhattan is the result of continued creative collaborations between New York-based Italian architect Sergio Mannino and Vince Camuto, founder and CEO of the Camuto Group. Mannino, who has worked on the Vince Camuto showroom and outlet store, wanted to highlight merchandise in this new Midtown store while incorporating soft, crisp, and warm elements into the design throughout.
- Architects: Sergio Mannino Studio
- Project: The Vince Camuto Grand Central Terminal Store
- Location: Manhattan, New York
- Design: Sergio Mannino Studio (Sergio Mannino, Francesca Scalettaris)
- Software used: Autocad, 3ds Max and Vray
Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012
Article source: Mannino Studio
The secret garden is one of Italy’s most characteristic places. Enclosed by four walls and protected from the chaos of the town, these gardens were literally private paradises for the use and enjoyment of rich aristocrats or, more often, for monks and nuns.
The booth for Ceramics of Italy is intended to be a little private paradise where people can rest from the chaos of the show and enjoy the best Italian food and coffee.
Ceramics of Italy
- Design: Sergio Mannino Studio (Sergio Mannino, Francesca Scalettaris)
- Project: Ceramics of Italy
- Location: Italy
- Software used: 3dsMax and Vray
Tuesday, June 26th, 2012
Article source: DStudio Architecture
This project is built on the site of the former headquarters of the Municipal Police and Fire Station, located on 8th Street and Constitution. Which was demolished earlier this year in an unlawful manner by the current mayor of the city. By destroying a part of the history of the city without considering its reuse and conservation, the Project began to wake up public attention and demanding that now the space should be considered for public use.
- Architects: DStudio Architecture
- Project: Plaza la Ocho
- Location: Tijuana, México
- Project Architect: Karlo De Soto Molina
- Year: 2012
- Project Team: Karlo De Soto Molina, Olinca Marmolejo Hernandez, Laura Saucedo Hinojosa, Luis Cardenas Martinez, Jorge Saldaña and Thalia Vargas
- Software used: Rhinoceros 3D, V-ray for Rhino, Photoshop, Illustrator, AutoCAD
Tuesday, June 12th, 2012
Article source: Sasaki Associates
Since the beginning of the 21st century, Beijing has made huge strides to solidify its position as one of the world’s great cities. It is a city that is modernizing rapidly—skyscrapers are rising out of fallow fields, a new transportation system is extending the reach of the city, and environmental initiatives are improving air and water quality. Fresh ideas are also emerging, while still embracing the rich traditions of the past. Near Songzhuang, a quiet village on the outskirts of Beijing, a unique opportunity exists to create a new urban district dedicated entirely to the cultivation of new ideas.
Public plazas and parks are also used for large gathering spaces for product launches, concerts, and other events
- Architects: Sasaki Associates
- Project: National Creative Cluster
- Location: Beijing, China
- Software used: AutoCAD, Sketch-Up, 3D Studio Max (with the VRay plug in), Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign