Daniel Ewald, landscape architect MNLA

Om å prosjektere i 3D

Rammeverket

Ref forrige innlegg: “Rammeverket” som en skulpturell, romavgrensende (og romskapende) installasjon. 

Noen ganger hater jeg meg selv for å prosjektere i 3D. For de som lurer, så la meg advare om at ja, det tar lang tid, mye lenger enn å sitte i komfortsonens to dimensjoner; man må ta stilling til alt, hele tiden. Men det er jo et unektelig faktum at alt blir bedre, også. Rom og skala blir riktig fra start, og når man engang fullfører modellen så kommer alt av tegningsmateriale og visualiseringer på løpende bånd.

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Me har juksa litt: Lumionmodell med sketch-filter. Modellgrunnlag (landskap) fra Infraworks via Civil 3D. Bygning fra Vectorworks. Godt og blandet. Du visste at man kunne snitte gjennom ting i Lumion, sant? 

Jeg vet jo alt det her, men enkelte ganger må man minne seg selv på at det faktisk lønner seg, når man for n-te dag på rad ser modellen i top view og det ikke ser ut som om noe har skjedd siden sist. Samtidig gjør jeg som jeg pleier når jeg prosjekterer; jobber i et utall forskjellige retninger samtidig. Litt layout, litt DAK, litt knaing i modell, og nå i dag litt rask Photoshop:

Scene

…Så var det å få alle disse tingene til å se bra ut sammen, da.

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Visualisation boundaries

Visualisation boundaries

Screenshot of Nesodden municipality. Model size 61,48 square kilometers.

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Construction design – Pergolas

Rendering of SketchUp model, made in Lumion 2.

The third exercise task given in the construction design course concerns light structures of wood, and we were assigned to design a pergola based on examples given in the lectures.

Technical plan and elevations.

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Construction design, part 2

Visualisation in Lumion based on SketchUp model

We presented our site analysis today, along with some early attempts at visualising in Lumion (see picture above). A brief summary follows. See the project blog for more information!

Historical photo of the site, anno 1928. The tram line follows the same pattern today.

The site has an extensive history behind it, along with bits and pieces of architecture spanning over a century. The building in the picture, old Ullevaal theatre, now functions as a grocery store (actually, the grocery store is under construction) and auditorium for the University in Oslo, located just 500 meters to the North-West. Named after a significant tradesman of the time, John Collett, the area was a centre for trade and entertainment, with many small boutiques in the building, as well as a grand cinema. The site today is by and large dominated by traffic; it’s place you drive by, not a place you stay. The tram runs by frequently (twice every five minutes) as well, making the site appear very busy, however not necessarily in a good way. A place with great history, but a fragmented and dislocated feel to it today. Read the rest of this entry »

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