Taiwan Exhibition Centre

04_03_2011  I have moved from Cox architects and have had to leave this exciting project behind. My final work on this involved design development on the roof. Our structural system changed from the portal like truss frame to a triangulated grid frame with smaller bracing trusses. There is much work to be done on this project and I look forward to seeing the updates from my old colleges at Cox. Posted below are some screen shots showing the progress of the roof. All pictures are copyright Cox architects.

Technicart was recently involved in the successful Cox Architects competition bid for the Kaohsiung exhibition and conference center in Taiwan. Our digital design and production techniques were utilised throughout the competition process, producing digital documentation for design, documentation, rendering and rapid prototyping. The output included 2D drawings, particularly for elevations and sections, 3D wire frames in consultation with engineers, presentation 3D renders (with Peter Ung) and Rapid Prototype data for the physical model.

The successful scheme is currently entering design development where the integration of the 3D design data into a BIM pipeline will be chartered at this website.

Cox Architects_Kaohsiung  Exhibition Center_2011_BIM Model (Revit/Rhino)

Cox Architects_Kaohsiung  Exhibition Center_2011_BIM Model (Revit/Rhino)

Cox Architects_Kaohsiung  Exhibition Center_2011_BIM Model (Revit/Rhino)

Cox Architects_Kaohsiung  Exhibition Center_2010_Competition Model (3D Max/Rhino)

Cox Architects_Kaohsiung  Exhibition Center_2010_Competition Model (3D Max/Rhino)

Cox Architects_Kaohsiung  Exhibition Center_2010_Competition Model (3D Max/Rhino)

3D_Parametric Model_Cox_Sydney

Cox Architects_Kaohsiung  Exhibition Center_2010_Competition Model (3D Max/Rhino)

3D_Parametric Model_Cox_Sydney_1

Cox Architects_Kaohsiung  Exhibition Center_2010_Competition Model (3D Max/Rhino)

3D_Parametric Model_Cox_Sydney_2

Cox Architects_Kaohsiung  Exhibition Center_2010_Competition Model (3D Max/Rhino)

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