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A Proposal Office Block

Uploaded By: KimWong

Wed, Jul 25, 2007


Worked on this office block project on a tight dateline (over the weekends) with a just typical layout plan, a line section drawing and 3D sketch.To a certain degree, I believed Revit has delivered the design intention here.

Maybe more in term of some detailing and material. If a simple massing is required then Sketchup would done the job. The irony is that the "Chief Architect" rejected it and said my work failed him.

I am not sure it was either the presentation or the design. He didn't say but I was told he asked his 4 staff to develop another scheme with AutoCad, 3D Studio and PS.

Reviters, what do you think? 




Thu, Jul 26, 2007 at 1:31:44 AM


Pakos M


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i think it is nice

Thu, Jul 26, 2007 at 1:55:45 AM




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Looks ok, but propositionally will look better if it goes a few more level higher

material assignment can be further improved, but it is a rush work over the weekend... I understand that..

Kim, Look out for arkitek laris..they too can do nice presentation...cheers! Malaysia Boleh

Thu, Jul 26, 2007 at 5:01:34 AM




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sorry, it supposes to be arkitek laras

good job nevertheless

Thu, Jul 26, 2007 at 7:16:09 AM




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I like it.  If you dedicate additional time to this project, try adding a semi-circular shape or one similar to the hand sketch.

Thu, Jul 26, 2007 at 6:49:44 PM




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Pakos M, Thanks. Wish the Chief Architect made an effort to give his input on the design earlier rather than when I completed the task.


Alec02, Thanks. The view was chosen by them.  I am only the robot doing what they asked.


Umarco, Thanks. I tried that curve façade but it was abandoned as it would add cost rather than gain valuable floor area.


From the beginning I insisted that a massing model with floor area would be an idea to sell the concept. They insisted a full model. With changes here and there I just run out of time to do a complete job. Lesson learnt here is never do a project that is half cook or lack direction! In the future I would insist all info provided before I Revitization it!


I welcome more comments here. Thanks.  


Fri, Jul 27, 2007 at 1:05:21 AM




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Kim, Your work was well done, perhaps the “Chief” should find a BIM pencil

Some non-progressive professionals regard BIM  to be a water colour painting.


Mon, Jul 30, 2007 at 1:58:39 PM




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I like it.

Thu, Aug 2, 2007 at 7:36:50 AM




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Keep up the good work!! Dont look at your self as a "robot". I`m only a poor drafter, or "the arkitekt`s wizzard" Smile We (drafters) make their dreams come through!! I like your building, and the speed you put it up on imress me!!

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