Dedicated to learning how to appreciate architecture and design buildings. Ian is an architect and tutor at various universities.
Hi, Murphy~Nice to meet u *Wink²请多多指教^^
whao...that's sumthin to admire! Just a quick question, wt software do u use to render such beauty?
i have a question too....studio 2 only...and whats the size of ur site again? its awfully huge comparing to what is given to us in studio 3..i bet that plot of land is way larger than 600sqm..lol
hallo murphy~~ welcome~ hmm.... i cant really give comment anything due to the lacking of informations.. mayb u can try to briefly talk about the design intention, concept, ideas, circulation, forms, approch and so on ... those wud convince me more~ * Come on dont be shy * :)it looks interesting base on the 3d model, i do like the way u utilised the roof as part of ur space( for some activities ) becoz i did it for my last project as well ...
i would like 2 talk more bout the concept n ideas but not now la.. rushing for the final now. ask Ian. he knows. basically its a Jaguar fan club n respecting the site is 1 of the tools in designing tis project. software... i use 3dsmax n may b will use vray for the final rendering.yea the site is huge. 2500sqm i thk... we can build up 2 the boundaries since its categorized as commercial. 请多多指教 oso.. hehheh..
i see that u have the webbing like structure at places where the roof structure touches the ground. will that webbing be applied to the entire roof ?? if it does.. it'll be very good..
Very seductive presentation. I wouldn't mind a hint of colour and night views with light sources from inside. Appropriate imagery for the Jaguar.I'm sure you're working out a good set of plans. This needs a few sections to explain the scheme properly.It's probably too late now but the organic lines want to be carried through throughout the building. You have some boxy rooms inside? Make them organic if you can and let them blend into the fluid bio-structure.It's one of those buildings that want to stand in an open landscape. On Jalan Sultan as an infill...? It'll be interesting to see how you've resolved the interstitial spaces between the 2 neighbouring buildings. (You have to go by scale and feeling--experientiality--here.)The hill at the back will be less of a problem.Presentation on Monday? I'll try to make it. What time are you on?Take a break, Mate... yor orite di. Very good work.(What are those Chinese words?)
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