With an interesting making-of coming up featuring this Hudson Valley Guest House designed by Janson Goldstein, I’m sharing the amazing photos taken by Scott Frances. It is a new guesthouse and pool adjacent to an existing contemporary home, taking advantage of the property’s Hudson Valley views. I love these dramatic moody photos!
Today’s inspiration comes thanks to Ján Morek, following his Best of Week 18/2017 recreation of the Oak Pass House. Located in Beverly Hills, United States and designed by Walker Workshop, The Oak Pass main house sits on the top of a 3.5 acre ridge site with panoramic canyon views. There are over 130 protected Oak trees on the property which serves as a great reference for architecture being enveloped by GREEN!
2016 is behind us with 52 Best Weekly Visualization selected, as well as the 12 Monthly Best. Now is the time to announce the Best Visualization of the Year 2016. I’m very happy to present you with the “Yale Center for British Arts” Remake by Bertrand Benoit! It is never easy to pick the best one out of the best 12, but Bertrand sure excelled this time around, showcasing the remarkable subject matter that is Louis Kahn’s design.
The Boundary showcases their latest and remarkable visuals for Renzo Piano’s 87 Park residential building in Miami. I had the pleasure seeing this remarkable piece of work for the first time during SOA Academy Day #6, during which The Boundary shared more information about the creation of the stills and animation this project called for. It is a pleasure for me to spotlight this project here, accompanied by some slides from The Boundary’s SOA Talk. Enjoy!
I’ve rounded up all of the 52 Weekly Best Visualizations for 2015 during the year, Selected the best in each month to form the 12 Best Visualizations of 2015 and now I’m happy to announce that the BEST Visualisation of YEAR 2015 is “Jeju International Airport” by Tomek Miksa, Founder of DOWNTOWN! Far from easy as all 12 are great, but it had to be one in the end, and Tomek excelled this time around.
Today’s inspiration comes thanks to Phil Buerer, following his “Infinity” post on the forums where he recreates one of the original photos of the Infinity house by Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners. Located at the Baleares Islands, Spain, this simple and white structure serves as great reference for clean and monochromatic design under the Mediterranean light.