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With a height of 480 meters and 120 floors, the Blaze Tower gives the impression of a glittering bent by holding it off its axis. It gets its name from this sparkle. The structure, which rises gracefully into the sky, has a remarkable effect on the city skyline.
Project name
Blaze Tower
Architecture firm
Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio (Haads)
Location
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Height
480 meters
When we arrived at the plot where the clients wanted us to design a single-family house that they wanted to be unpretentious, private and timeless, we found a beautiful landscape of bucolic character.
Project name
Casa do Passadiço
Architecture firm
Paulo Merlini Architects
Location
Miramar, Portugal
Tools used
Autodesk Revit, Blender
The visualization project is a concept for an isolated residence deep in the Himalayan Mountains, inspired by the form of the mythical dragon and molded-in bold concrete. The structure depicts a peaceful and secluded space in the mountainous terrain, thus highlighting the concepts of tranquility and privacy.
Project name
The Dragon's Lair
Architecture firm
Envisarch
Location
Himalayas
Tools used
Blender, Adobe Photoshop
“The Number 6” is an Italian restoration project for the historical Palazzo Valperga Galleani di Canelli di Barbaresco implemented in 2012 and 2013 by the Building Group, based in Turin since 1983 and owned by Piero Boffa.
Project name
The Number 6
Architecture firm
Gruppo Building / Boffa Petrone & Partners
Location
Turin, Italy
Photography
Piero Ottaviano©
Upside down exhibition: in a virtual world where the forces and physics of the real world don't apply but it can be controlled and it can play a role in the design itself. It's a great opportunity to experience new ideas that might seem impossible in real life.
Project name
Upside-down Exhibition
Location
Metaverse
Tools used
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop, Blender
Renovation of a protected farm’ annex dating from the 19th century located in Montagny-les-Monts in Fribourg township. This village is part of a region that was long known for its tobacco growing.
Project name
La Tabatière
Architecture firm
Noue Studio
Location
1774 Montagny-les-Monts, Switzerland
Photography
Noue Studio
The design aims to enable the possibility of enjoying marine biodiversity via architectural intervention. The architectural form was inspired by the amphibian animal family which can survive both on land and in water. The house mimics this trait of the amphibian by having the structure partially submerged in water and partially above it.
Project name
The Amphibian House
Architecture firm
Envisarch
Location
Fictional
Tools used
Blender, Adobe Photoshop
The property is located in the municipality of San Pedro, Nuevo León, approximately in the valley of Monterrey. This starting point defines the configuration of the project. The privileged environment, with a slight slope that descends to the south and some main views that open in the same direction, allowed the project to adapt naturally.
Project name
Magnolia House
Architecture firm
Pablo Vazquez
Location
Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
Tools used
AutoCAD, Autodesk 3ds Max, Blender, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop