Have a look at some renderings of the hotel I designed for my major project! I have worked in ArchiCAD and Photoshop.
Please leave a comment and tell me what you thought.
All the way from Sydney to Sweden. My certificate / Diploma from my course is finally in my possession! And it’s a darn nice one, really nice and thick paper, A3 size.. And with my name on it! 🙂 Now … Continue reading
I thought it was time I showed a photo of me and my final boards from my major project!
On my presentation my samples didn’t want to stick on my board but at the exhibition they did great! ;D (btw I love my carpet sample, big thanks to Fine Carpets for letting me borrow it twice!)
The last semester at college was sooo intense, maybe because I went ‘all in’ on every assessment we had. I always pushed myself to be on top of everything so the last two weeks before the presentation of my major project I barely slept haha. But in the end of those weeks I was super lucky to get my boards printed by a friend, thank god, I didn’t have to pay $180 as everyone else in my class did.
Anyway, my hard work did paid off…… I won an award on the graduation night!!!
The Square Peg Award! 😀
Now I’m back in Sweden for a new adventure!
Yey! Today I finished my office model for my commercial project class! As the concept is about spheres and fragile vs robust I had a challenge on my hands.. Curved walls of both card board, balsa wood and plastic.. It … Continue reading
I’ve started to make compositions of photos I take on a daily basis. Keeps my creativity going! And I’m always taking photos of things I find inspiring anyway, why not do something fun with it! (:
Today was an exciting day, we learned how to make realistic renderings in ArchiCAD! Love it! Im looking forward on rendering all my areas in my cool hotel design! it’s gonna be awesome… Wait and see
We had a drafting assessment where we had to design a new seating area for the Museum of Contemporary Arts balcony café. So this is what I did 🙂
Then some design thinking.. At first I wanted a concept that was a contrast to the square contemporary building, so something organic and flowing. But ended up mixing the hard squareness with a soft organic shape.
Square contemporary meets organic. Let’s call it ECOntemporary haha..
Here are my sketches. Starting by imitating the image and turning it into an organic shaped bench. Then developing that idea into making the base more geometric and contemporary but keeping the softness on the overall shape.
And that was my sketches for the seating area of MCA café.
I kind of wish it was a real project, how cool wouldn’t that be to have your design on that balcony where you can see the whole Sydney Harbour?…… 🙂
After todays space planning in class I went home and started to put it together in CAD. What you can see is the big circular window (viewed from the street) that is in the reception area of the hotel. And … Continue reading
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