Inspired by a ‘true’ timber frame design for one of Studio 9’s previous cabin projects, this marketing project works to blend architectural hand rendering technique with power 3D computer modelling to generate compelling concept images efficiently.
Studio 9 utilizes advanced 3D architecture design and modelling software to assist clients in understanding their project prior to construction.
Click here to view an example of a 3D fly around for one of our projects. 3D animations can be created for any of our projects. Varying degrees of rendering can be applied to these animations from basic (shown here) to photo realistic.
Studio 9 is prime architect for the renovation and re-purposing of the Savoy Building. Working closely with a team of engineers and the owner, the ‘Savvy’ will once again come to life as one of the most interesting and lively music, food and over-night stay venues in downtown Nelson. Currently, the Savoy sits as a defunct and unsightly major commercial building on Nelson’s critical artery, Baker Street. Making this building come to life is one of the more important and interesting projects for Studio 9 to date, as it plays such an important role both to continue a historic story of a 100+ year old building, but to also participate in creating another facet of Nelson’s culturally rich fabric.
Just beginning construction this Spring 2014, a nice little contemporary bungalo that explores a custom design process and pre-fabrication delivery method.
Studio 9 deployed a full solar analysis to understand how to inhabit the site to the fullest potential. An interesting result was a narrow column of sunlight entering the site at specific times of the day and season, and the architecture grasping this light for full enjoyment.
Nestled in a quiet lot in Rossland’s uphill, this project recently submitted for building permit application explores an integration of land and architecture and how the home becomes a working format to be in and on land. Studio 9 is innovating envelope and structural systems to result in an energy efficient performance project while creating a nest-like living space. 2014’s going to be an exciting building season.
Studio 9 has the fun role as local Architect for the Co-op store and mixed use project. Not often in Nelson does a Nelson-based architect have the opportunity to be involved with a project of such scale and complexity. Working closely with the primary team of architect’s and engineer’s at various out-of-region locations, this project has us intimately involved with the City of Nelson planning department and the Co-op development team. Currently we are priming all the facets of the teams and contractors for the next steps to starting construction.
Prime Architect: Raymond Letkeman Architects – Vancouver BC