Archive for the ‘Vectorworks’ Category
Friday, August 12th, 2016
Article source: Atelier Brückner GmbH
Archaeology Switzerland – National Museum Zurich
The National Museum Zurich provides a new permanent exhibition, designed by ATELIER BRÜCKNER: “Archaeology Switzerland”. It is located in the new building by the architects Christ & Gantenbein, which sculpturally complements the old museum building and makes a continuous and uninterrupted visitor viewing route possible. 500 square metres of exhibition floor space in the shape of lightning lie between the existing cultural-history presentations of the Swiss National Museum. New means of gaining access to the past are thus created – and not only for Swiss people.
Image Courtesy © Daniel Stauch
- Architects of the exhibition / Exhitibion designers: ATELIER BRÜCKNER GmbH
- Project: Archaeoloy Switzerland at Swiss National Museum
- Location: Zurich, Switzerland
- Text: by Claudia Luxbacher. English translation by Sean McLaughlin
- Photography: Daniel Stauch
- Software used: Vectorworks 2013, Adobe Suite CS5 / Photoshop / Indesign / Illustrator /After Effects & Keynote 2009
Friday, August 5th, 2016
Article source: Takashi Nishitani Architects
This project is renewal the entire building to a serviced apartment of Asian international students.
This building is built 40 years ago.
Structure of concrete to be felt of aging is not hiding.
Interior space is filled with a soft light , served the base material of the timber.
Image Courtesy © Satoshi Shigeta
- Architects: Takashi Nishitani Architects
- Project: Serviced Apartments in Otuka
- Location: Toshima-ku , Tokyo , Japan
- Photography: Satoshi Shigeta
- Software used: Vectorworks (2D), Sketch up (3D)
- Textile: studio Akane Moriyama
- Area: type Ⅰ 76.0 sqm, type Ⅱ 70.0 sqm
- Year: 2016
Friday, July 29th, 2016
Article source: Project Orange
Foundry Mews is a surreptitious new-build, mixed-used development on a backland site in Barnes, West London. Tucked away behind a traditional range of shop buildings fronting Barnes High Street, the site was a long abandoned dilapidated MOT and car body repair workshop. The brief for this sensitive site was to create studios and housing. We chose to take the model of the artisan mews where studios and living space share an intimate courtyard setting. The linked gabled buildings use vernacular forms reminiscent of small-scale workshops. The scheme comprises six duplex dwellings above a plinth of studio workspaces with two additional units and an apartment in the gabled northern block. While the brick gables and slate roofs merge into the surrounding street-scape, contemporary screens formed within the brickwork gables shield terraces of the apartments. This unassuming addition to the neighbourhood is an essay in placemaking and offers a thoughtfully re-worked typology for so called ‘difficult’ sites.
Image Courtesy © Jack Hobhouse
- Architects: Project Orange
- Project: Foundry Mews
- Location: 58 Barnes High Street, Richmond, London, England
- Photography: Jack Hobhouse
- Software used: Vectorworks, SketchUp
- Client: Marston Properties
- Main Contractor: Charter Construction
- Project Manager & Quantity Surveyor: PHWarr
- Structural Engineer: Barnard & Associates
- Date completed: May 2016
Friday, July 22nd, 2016
Article source: Footprint Architects
This second addition to the Victorian Grade 2 listed school building, is a new translucent inside outside space designed as a sensory classroom environment that enables free flow for foundation level children.
The school were keen that the new space allowed them to enlarge the existing reception year intake and enable children to have direct access to the play space whilst improving visibility and supervision for teachers.
Image Courtesy © Alex Campbell
- Architects: Footprint Architects (Peter Ward)
- Project: Downton Primary School
- Location: Bournemouth, UK
- Photography: Alex Campbell
- Software used: Vectorworks
- Completion: December 2015
Saturday, July 16th, 2016
Article source: Fukumasu Base and Kindergarten Annex
An extension project for the kindergarten in Ichihara, Chiba. It is aimed to be a community center not only for children but also for their families and graduates. We provided huge air volume to enables children to run around in the building by ready-made tent warehouse, which reminds of the existed warehouse stood in the same site. The tent warehouse also covers the freely folded wooden walls that forms place-like thing. We also tried to stimulate children’s imagination by leaving the things like front side and backside of the walls, and even the confliction of the brace structure.
View of the south façade, Image Courtesy © Yasutaka Yoshimura
- Architects: Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects
- Project: Fukumasu Base and Kindergarten Annex
- Location: Ichihara, Chiba, Japan
- Photography: Yasutaka Yoshimura
- Software used: Vectorworks
- Design and Supervise: Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects
- Structural engineer: Eisuke Mitsuda Structural Consultants (wooden) / Hasegawa Sogo Sekkei (Steel)
- Adviser for kindergarten: HIBINOSEKKEI, Inc + yoji no shiro
- General contractor: Hirai Kensetsu / Sanwa-kigyo Corporation (Tent Warehouse)
- Structure: Wooden + steel, 1 story, partly 2 stories
- Max height: 8,470 mm
- Site area: 3,361.51sq.m
- Building area: 512.42sq.m
- Total floor area: 684.81sq.m
- Completion date: Mar/2016
Friday, July 8th, 2016
Article source: Andrew Maynard Architects
In a Nutshell
Alfred House is an addition and reconfiguration of an existing two storey, two bedroom terrace, with a tired lean-to that had little relationship with the exterior space. The client wanted us to replicate one of our previous projects, Vader House, as they liked the idea of a centralised courtyard. It was an interesting idea for us to revisit and to evolve, as we were able to push the concept further due to the property’s connection with the laneway. The big challenge was that Alfred had less than half of Vader’s budget.
Image Courtesy © Fraser Marsden
- Architects: Andrew Maynard Architects
- Project: Alfred House
- Location: Melbourne, Australia
- Photography: Tess Kelly, Fraser Marsden
- Software used: SketchUp and Vectorworks
- Project team: Andrew Maynard, Mark Austin
- Builder: TCM Building Group
- Engineer: Hive Engineering
- Landscape Architects: Bush Projects
- Artist (wall mural): Seb Humphreys – Order 55
- Planning Consultant: Hansen Partnership
- Building Surveyor: Code Compliance
- Site / Floor Area: 142 m2 site / 155 m2 floor area
- Completion date: December 2015
Wednesday, July 6th, 2016
Article source: Coppin Dockray Architecture & Design
Ansty Plum is an architecturally significant house and studio in rural Wiltshire that has undergone an impressive retrofit and a bold studio extension.
It is a gem, consisting of two eloquent and imaginative buildings, commissioned in the 1960’s and ‘70’s by Roger Rigby, a former partner in Ove Arup’s office. The first is a one-bedroom house, designed by David Levitt and the second, a studio and garage designed by Peter and Alison Smithson.
Image Courtesy © Brotherton Lock & Rachael Smith
- Architects: Coppin Dockray Architecture & Design
- Project: ANSTY PLUM HOUSE + STUDIO
- Location: Ansty, WIltshire, England
- Photography: Brotherton Lock & Rachael Smith
- Software used: Vectorworks
- Client: Nico de Beer & Sandra Coppin
- Structural Engineer: Tall Engineers
- Lighting Design: Lightplan
- Contractor: JC Symonds
- Joinery: Westside Design
- Construction Cost: £240,000
- Completed: January 2015
Friday, June 24th, 2016
Article source: ihrmk
It is a small clinic along the large national highway of Toyota city with the scenery of so-called roadside. Requests from the client were the following three points.
First, it had to be a building suitable for the new shop named \”Grow\”. It was named with the hope to make the clinic to be a place to help patients’ growth. This request was to interpret the name into space and materials.
Image Courtesy © ihrmk
- Architects: ihrmk
- Project: Clinic Made of Plain Wood Base
- Location: Toyota, Japan
- Software used: Vectorworks
Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
Article source: in_design architektur
Residential Project for ‘best agers’ in Mühlheim am Main (Germany).
A site within a residential area and in proximity to a natural preservation area was bought by our clients, with the idea to build high quality flats for people enjoying the years before and after retirement – ‘best agers’ aged around 50 to 70.
Image Courtesy © in_design architektur
- Architects: in_design architektur
- Project: HOUSE 5W
- Location: Mühlheim am Main, Germany
- Software used: VectorWorks for CAD / BIM, MS Office, MS Project for time scheduling, Project Pro for Tender Documents
Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
Article source: Hirokazu Suemitsu + Yoko Suemitsu / SUEP
This is a small art gallery in large camphor trees of a new park in Fukuoka. The structure of this gallery is a suspension system like a hammock in a forest. It’s floor and roof are both steel- concrete composite slabs hanged from the column walls between trees, which is an extension of its piles from the ground. The curved surface of the roof is a catenary shape following to a force of gravity. The suspended slab works to lead people from the park into this gallery, and suspended roof works to make shades on the inside of the gallery. People will appreciate arts of the gallery with comfort like in a hammock in the forest.
Image Courtesy © Kai Nakamura