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  1. AutoDesSys

    Clock

    From the album: Sajous, Vincent

  2. AutoDesSys

    Lamp

    From the album: Sajous, Vincent

  3. AutoDesSys

    Bowling

    From the album: Sajous, Vincent

  4. AutoDesSys

    Coffee mill

    From the album: Sajous, Vincent

  5. AutoDesSys

    MTest3

    From the album: Object Previews

  6. AutoDesSys

    image 29

    From the album: Marx, John

  7. AutoDesSys

    The Kursk Submarine

    From the album: Los Angeles Times

    This graphic was done once it became clear that the submarine would be raised from the bottom of the Barents sea. More information became available and we felt this was a good opportunity for a 3D presentation. It ran twice in a slightly different form each time.
  8. AutoDesSys

    The Tower of Pisa

    From the album: Los Angeles Times

    This graphic was a project perfectly suited for form•Z because it allowed for more realism than I could have gotten in Freehand. There was a lot of technical information that had to be included also, but the image helped sell the graphic to the editors. Sources:John B. Burland, Imperial College, London; Paolo Heiniger, Manager, Tower of Pisa Project Consortium; Opera Primaziale Pisana.
  9. AutoDesSys

    RU

    From the album: Designwire

  10. AutoDesSys

    DLR

    From the album: Designwire

    DLR - Hayes Rollformers of New Zealand
  11. AutoDesSys

    DAcoiler

    From the album: Designwire

    DAcoiler - Rollforming sheet roller prior to rollforming entry.
  12. AutoDesSys

    DCM

    From the album: Designwire

    DCM - Rollforming sheet roller and control unit prior to rollforming entry.
  13. AutoDesSys

    concrete(M)

    From the album: Designwire

  14. AutoDesSys

    Tank Dispanel

    From the album: Designwire

  15. AutoDesSys

    Kicker

    From the album: Designwire

  16. AutoDesSys

    Rewinder Master

    From the album: Designwire

  17. AutoDesSys

    13 Big 1 1

    From the album: Cameron & Company, Corp.

  18. AutoDesSys

    image 08 1

    From the album: California Polytechnic State University

    Sarah Jester Project Title: Inhabitable Book Library for San Francisco, CA The site for this project is located on the coast off the Great Highway, adjacent to a wastewater treatment plant. The form of the project was discovered through an analysis and interpretation of a series of inhab- itable book studies and the building was sited based on a study of the voids and cuts made through out the site. The building is purposely made tall and thin to create a hulking inhabitable book presence on the site. The entrance side is opaque, containing the program that is considered to be internal functions to the building (administration, utility spaces, etc). The opposite side, facing away from the highway, is more transparent and opens itself up to the site since these functions are considered more external to the building (circulation desk, interactive reading spaces, etc). The narrow ends of the building sit in the void of the site and selectively frame the views out to the ocean. The Inhabitable Book Concept: An individual makes a choice by reading. The reader acknowledges the power of books and becomes connected to the larger society while engaging in a highly introspective and reflective activity, of reading as a deeper understanding of self through this process of reading. This library is a place to honor the power inside books and the energy created by bringing them together with readers who can investigate, wonder, and give back. The Program: This library is a place for the public to get away from downtown and to experience the coast. The book collection hangs over the larger, more open reading spaces, which wraps through the entire building. The entry level, containing most of the administrative spaces, is connected to the major atrium, intended to be the place with the highest level of noisemaking activities. Opposite these wrapping spaces, is a core of small, intimate reading rooms, allowing intensive, individual focused thought, while having the only view out to the ocean. The circulation sequence of the building attempts to focus the reader on seeing selectively framed views of the ocean as one moves in and out of spaces in the building.
  19. AutoDesSys

    image 07 1

    From the album: California Polytechnic State University

    Sarah Jester Project Title: Inhabitable Book Library for San Francisco, CA The site for this project is located on the coast off the Great Highway, adjacent to a wastewater treatment plant. The form of the project was discovered through an analysis and interpretation of a series of inhab- itable book studies and the building was sited based on a study of the voids and cuts made through out the site. The building is purposely made tall and thin to create a hulking inhabitable book presence on the site. The entrance side is opaque, containing the program that is considered to be internal functions to the building (administration, utility spaces, etc). The opposite side, facing away from the highway, is more transparent and opens itself up to the site since these functions are considered more external to the building (circulation desk, interactive reading spaces, etc). The narrow ends of the building sit in the void of the site and selectively frame the views out to the ocean. The Inhabitable Book Concept: An individual makes a choice by reading. The reader acknowledges the power of books and becomes connected to the larger society while engaging in a highly introspective and reflective activity, of reading as a deeper understanding of self through this process of reading. This library is a place to honor the power inside books and the energy created by bringing them together with readers who can investigate, wonder, and give back. The Program: This library is a place for the public to get away from downtown and to experience the coast. The book collection hangs over the larger, more open reading spaces, which wraps through the entire building. The entry level, containing most of the administrative spaces, is connected to the major atrium, intended to be the place with the highest level of noisemaking activities. Opposite these wrapping spaces, is a core of small, intimate reading rooms, allowing intensive, individual focused thought, while having the only view out to the ocean. The circulation sequence of the building attempts to focus the reader on seeing selectively framed views of the ocean as one moves in and out of spaces in the building.
  20. AutoDesSys

    image 06 1

    From the album: California Polytechnic State University

    Sarah Jester Project Title: Inhabitable Book Library for San Francisco, CA The site for this project is located on the coast off the Great Highway, adjacent to a wastewater treatment plant. The form of the project was discovered through an analysis and interpretation of a series of inhab- itable book studies and the building was sited based on a study of the voids and cuts made through out the site. The building is purposely made tall and thin to create a hulking inhabitable book presence on the site. The entrance side is opaque, containing the program that is considered to be internal functions to the building (administration, utility spaces, etc). The opposite side, facing away from the highway, is more transparent and opens itself up to the site since these functions are considered more external to the building (circulation desk, interactive reading spaces, etc). The narrow ends of the building sit in the void of the site and selectively frame the views out to the ocean. The Inhabitable Book Concept: An individual makes a choice by reading. The reader acknowledges the power of books and becomes connected to the larger society while engaging in a highly introspective and reflective activity, of reading as a deeper understanding of self through this process of reading. This library is a place to honor the power inside books and the energy created by bringing them together with readers who can investigate, wonder, and give back. The Program: This library is a place for the public to get away from downtown and to experience the coast. The book collection hangs over the larger, more open reading spaces, which wraps through the entire building. The entry level, containing most of the administrative spaces, is connected to the major atrium, intended to be the place with the highest level of noisemaking activities. Opposite these wrapping spaces, is a core of small, intimate reading rooms, allowing intensive, individual focused thought, while having the only view out to the ocean. The circulation sequence of the building attempts to focus the reader on seeing selectively framed views of the ocean as one moves in and out of spaces in the building.
  21. AutoDesSys

    image 02 2

    From the album: California Polytechnic State University

    Sarah Jester Project Title: Inhabitable Book Library for San Francisco, CA The site for this project is located on the coast off the Great Highway, adjacent to a wastewater treatment plant. The form of the project was discovered through an analysis and interpretation of a series of inhab- itable book studies and the building was sited based on a study of the voids and cuts made through out the site. The building is purposely made tall and thin to create a hulking inhabitable book presence on the site. The entrance side is opaque, containing the program that is considered to be internal functions to the building (administration, utility spaces, etc). The opposite side, facing away from the highway, is more transparent and opens itself up to the site since these functions are considered more external to the building (circulation desk, interactive reading spaces, etc). The narrow ends of the building sit in the void of the site and selectively frame the views out to the ocean. The Inhabitable Book Concept: An individual makes a choice by reading. The reader acknowledges the power of books and becomes connected to the larger society while engaging in a highly introspective and reflective activity, of reading as a deeper understanding of self through this process of reading. This library is a place to honor the power inside books and the energy created by bringing them together with readers who can investigate, wonder, and give back. The Program: This library is a place for the public to get away from downtown and to experience the coast. The book collection hangs over the larger, more open reading spaces, which wraps through the entire building. The entry level, containing most of the administrative spaces, is connected to the major atrium, intended to be the place with the highest level of noisemaking activities. Opposite these wrapping spaces, is a core of small, intimate reading rooms, allowing intensive, individual focused thought, while having the only view out to the ocean. The circulation sequence of the building attempts to focus the reader on seeing selectively framed views of the ocean as one moves in and out of spaces in the building.
  22. AutoDesSys

    image 03 1

    From the album: California Polytechnic State University

    Sarah Jester Project Title: Inhabitable Book Library for San Francisco, CA The site for this project is located on the coast off the Great Highway, adjacent to a wastewater treatment plant. The form of the project was discovered through an analysis and interpretation of a series of inhab- itable book studies and the building was sited based on a study of the voids and cuts made through out the site. The building is purposely made tall and thin to create a hulking inhabitable book presence on the site. The entrance side is opaque, containing the program that is considered to be internal functions to the building (administration, utility spaces, etc). The opposite side, facing away from the highway, is more transparent and opens itself up to the site since these functions are considered more external to the building (circulation desk, interactive reading spaces, etc). The narrow ends of the building sit in the void of the site and selectively frame the views out to the ocean. The Inhabitable Book Concept: An individual makes a choice by reading. The reader acknowledges the power of books and becomes connected to the larger society while engaging in a highly introspective and reflective activity, of reading as a deeper understanding of self through this process of reading. This library is a place to honor the power inside books and the energy created by bringing them together with readers who can investigate, wonder, and give back. The Program: This library is a place for the public to get away from downtown and to experience the coast. The book collection hangs over the larger, more open reading spaces, which wraps through the entire building. The entry level, containing most of the administrative spaces, is connected to the major atrium, intended to be the place with the highest level of noisemaking activities. Opposite these wrapping spaces, is a core of small, intimate reading rooms, allowing intensive, individual focused thought, while having the only view out to the ocean. The circulation sequence of the building attempts to focus the reader on seeing selectively framed views of the ocean as one moves in and out of spaces in the building.
  23. AutoDesSys

    Toddy

    From the album: Jeran Efectos C.A.

    Still from a 3D animation. Modeled in form·Z, rendered in ElectricImage.
  24. AutoDesSys

    Toddy

    From the album: Jeran Efectos C.A.

    Still from a 3D animation. Modeled in form·Z, rendered in ElectricImage.
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