Kevin Mark Low - Small Projects

Saturday, January 31, 2009

"small projects conceptualizes, designs and builds things. Primarily architecture, though there are many side orders to its concerns. smallprojects concerns itself with relevant design, architectural economy and spatial technology as related to specific context. In principle, smallprojects is singular: the architecture of garden houses are its focus. In application, it is plural: planning, project identity, building and product design and the space which can neither be called landscape nor architecture but sits somewhere in between are its concerns and passions. With each work it undertakes, big or small, it is less interested in what makes things different and more concerned with what all things share. small projects refers less to the size of things than to the intimate relationships which bind them. It is characterized by an entirely uncorporate identity, ironically grown from eleven years of corporate history. It is less concerned about the theatrical than it is about the dramatic. It has more to do with possibility than it does with statement. small projects is about the possibility of context. And subverting the dominant paradigm." to find out more...

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3d by Photoshop CS4

Saturday, January 24, 2009

"Photoshop can be used for much more than pixel pushing these days. Photoshop CS4 Extended not only handles 3D models, but it has a sophisticated timeline animation mode that lets you keyframe changes over time. In this tutorial, we will open a 3D residential model in Photoshop and create a 30 second flyaround animation that displays a moving cross-sectional plane (see final animation here)." to find out more...
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Bligh Voller Neild Architecture

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

"With over 75 years experience, Bligh Voller Nield is widely acknowledged for both creative, award winning design and sound professional expertise. Bligh Voller Nield was established during 1997 to 1999 with the merger of Bligh Voller Architects, Lawrence Nield and Partners Australia, Grose Bradley and Pels Innes Neilson and Kosloff.
Bligh Voller Nield has national and international capacity with offices in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne. It is one of Australia's largest architectural practices with 13 principlas, 28 practice directors, 25 associates and a total of over 200 people.
A fully integrated IT system allows our practice to perate as a single nationally and internationally linked office. People in different locations can work on the same project in real time, achieving majo benefis in flexibility and efficiency." to find out more...
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DRL Pavillion

Monday, January 12, 2009

"We are happy to announce the winning entry for the DRL Pavilion competition. There have been several very interesting submissions which will all be documented and published on this site in the coming week. We would like to thank you all for the excellent work and active participation." to find out more...
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Luxury Insider

Friday, January 09, 2009

"Featuring only the products and services of the very highest order available in the world today, is the essential guide for the modern connoisseur.
In this age of information overload, only true knowledge is power. With in-depth editorial by experts in their respective fields, enables greater insights into the often-esoteric world of high-end luxury. We scour tirelessly for the latest and most interesting ideas in elegant living, so that our readers are always kept informed.
Ultimately, we empower our readers to make the best decisions possible. is a magazine in continuous evolution, always delivering content most relevant to and desired by our readers."
The good thing is there is a session for building~!
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Monday, January 05, 2009

"Dezeen is edited by Marcus Fairs, author of the major new book Twenty-First Century Design (published October 2006) and former editor of icon magazine.A furniture design graduate, Marcus began his journalism career writing for publications including Blueprint, The Guardian, The Independent on Sunday and Conde Nast Traveller.He launched icon, the international architecture and design magazine, in 2003, and edited the publication until November 2006. Under Marcus, the magazine rapidly established itself as one of the world’s most influential and respected design journals, winning a string of awards including Launch of the Year and Designer of the Year in 2003 and Monthly Magazine of the Year in 2005 and 2006.Marcus himself has won numerous awards, including Journalist of the Year (2002) and Architectural Journalist of the Year (2004). He also regularly appears on radio and TV, writing and presenting a documentary about French designer Philippe Starck for the BBC in 2003 and appearing in the major BBC series Home in 2006.An accomplished public speaker, Marcus has spoken at conferences in London, Tokyo, New York, Stockholm and Cape Town, among others.Marcus lives and works in London." to find out more...
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