3D Printing in Real-World Architectural Design

October 8, 2016 Donna Evans 0

With the advent of 3D printing traditional architectural model-making is becoming a thing of the past. 3D Printers allow a digital design to be easily created as a 3D printed object with complex shapes by layering extruded plastic from a heated print head based on computer instructions. All of 3D printing technologies rely on additive manufacturing, which builds up objects layer by layer, replicating cross-sections of a digital model. The big advantage for architects is the capacity to simply translate the digital design directly into an object via an automated process, allowing reprinting successive refinements at will. The model can be sliced and diced digitally an only various parts printed which allowing for example cross-sections and components to be made

Darling Harbour will transform into a winter playground for July

July 16, 2016 Donna Evans 0

Following last year’s success, Darling Harbour will once again turn into Sydney’s “winter playground” for 2016’s Cool Yule, July, an event that goes from 2nd to the 17th, during the winter school holidays. When Darling Harbour transforms into a winter visitors do a few rounds on the ice rink can meander via a bewitching frozen woods or love some ice-skating performances, form snow angels and catch the fireworks display that is breathtaking. At the ice rink, you are able to either chill out on the sidelines or join the activity on the Cool Yule Ice Rink, presented by Nova 96.9, with their Learn to Skate lessons. The Snow Pit gives the perfect chance to see a winter like they do

Street Furniture Puzzle

June 15, 2016 Donna Evans 0

Interesting streetscape approach with traditional freestanding seating in the shape of a giant jigsaw puzzle. Monolithic seat in a leaf like shape, manufactured from granite or reconstituted marble. The components may be used singularly or joined together like in a puzzle, to form various shapes. Find Out More

Farmer who plans to use his recycled tyres in the Commonwealth Games

April 25, 2016 Donna Evans 0

Concerned regarding the impact tyres could have on the surroundings, Mr Galea began up a tyre recycling company, which he plans to have in full operation in the upcoming weeks. Taking into consideration the seasoned cane farmer also runs a company that disperses tyres around Australia and abroad, it’s of great anxiety to him. “There are a lot of tyres across the countryside, you can see that” Mr Galea said. “There are tyres being taken off autos, trucks and machinery so they’ve got to go somewhere and they have got to take action with them.” Using an enormous piece of machines, Mr Galea explained how he can crush tyres into little crumbs and micron powders. From that point he can

Urban Acupuncture

July 10, 2015 Donna Evans 0

All over the world, mass migration in the countryside to cities soars. Cities from La to Lagos will explode with citizens who seek new economic opportunities. As energy costs increase, the fresh water supplies decline and building materials increase in expense municipal budgets will be pushed. Substantial redevelopment projects that transformed Dubai, and $475m (£298m) open spaces like Millennium Park in Chicago are no alternative for cash strapped communities. So can Urban Acupuncture provide a solution? Urban acupuncture is an urban environmentalism theory which unites urban layout with traditional Chinese medical theory of acupuncture. This procedure uses small scale interventions to transform the larger urban context. Websites are chosen through an aggregate evaluation of economical, societal, and environmental variables, and

Vlae Square

August 23, 2014 Donna Evans 0

The square in the Skopje-based Vlae settlement, located nearby the residential complex “Porta Vlae”, will officially open on August 28 (on the feast day of the Assumption of Mary). The square will likely be named Vlae, and also the promenade will likely be spread an area of 6,500 square meters. The square is arranged with greenery and blooms, or with 10,000 seedlings. 60 benches, 50 lamp posts, 20 recycle bins and 3 drinking fountains are placed as well. http://english.republika.mk/vlae-square-to-officially-open-on-august-28/

Berg & Bos historic city park with new allure

October 11, 2012 Donna Evans 0

Berg en Bos is a city park rich in history. Chief part of this amazing park is understood in the early 20th century crisis years. Apeldoorn is stretched well beyond by the reputation of this remarkable park, which adapts important attractions including Apenheul. Middle component in the park is the large pond, dug out by hand included in unemployment aid works, and encircled by rolling and serpentine footpaths directing the visitor along idyllic vistas like the stone bench, the observation hill and the cascades, characteristic features of the graphic scaffolding of the Romantic era. Regrettably, overdue maintenance works and varied renovations have disheveled and worn down the park. By narrowing the trails in a classic-romantic sense and utilizing the newly

Valencia Central Park

September 9, 2012 Donna Evans 0

West 8 presented a competition entry design for Parque Central. The layout was inspired by the Valencian custom of poetry and strong story. The layout is solid. The suggested materials are long-lasting. The park represents powerful local identity is and is designed for future and present generations. The fundamental makeup of parts and the elements are linked to the essence of Valencia, described on his poem by the Spanish poet Antonio Gala ‘Piropo a Valencia’, specially composed for the West 8 team. The Parque Central suggestion has its basis in the historic development of verandas and gardens of Valencia. The park is made up of sequence of distinct gardens where blossoms, trees and water are elevated to the greatest manifestation

Circle of Innovation

May 15, 2012 Donna Evans 0

Circle of Innovation Task was to create a potential campus for the agricultural study campus BASF Limburgerhof. In the minute it’s unstructured, many different building types are mixed and there is absolutely no clear corporate identification. It is a worldwide exceptional image making corporate identity and a large represantation. He opens himself to the surrounding city Limburgerhof and to the agricultural test-fields. All current structures are conserved and combined with flexible properties and modular. Between them we create new possibilities for recreation and communication. By this where ideas will be produced, the space that is open will probably be part of the the study campus and issues mentioned. It emphasizes by the surrounding testfields and serves as an entrance meeting

Earth, Sea and Sky Playground

May 15, 2012 Donna Evans 0

“ Borisovata garden” is the title of the very first playground in among the largest green areas plus the town of Sofia here. The topic of the three elements is picked as a way to correlate the character environment using the children as well as their perform. It really is meant to provide children that have many opportunities for fun and experience and also to join these elements using the three states of the materials. The hard aggregate state, or the Planet is shown on the enormous boulders, for scaling, designed. They represent renowned items, like the fine mid-foot or appear like only a part of stone. A barefoot route is formed by a sizable assortment of world materials. There,