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STRONG CHEAP Small Group or Clan Base Design | (Layout) Rust Base Building

STRONG CHEAP Small Group or Clan Base Design | (Layout) Rust Base Building

Today I go over a strong cheap small group or clan base design. This layout is easy to build and I hope you can follow my tutorial on how I go about rust base building this beast.

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1: Jhfly – lavender town
2: Jhfly – Crossings
3: leavv – afternoon breeze
4: Aso – Loungin
5: Leavv – Thank You
6: Xori – Dreamin
7: crwsox – magic carpet

Building Design Houston | Faithbridge Church Children’s Ministry Building

Building Design Houston | Faithbridge Church Children’s Ministry Building Building Design Houston. The design for the Faithbridge Church Children’s Ministry Building by Studio RED Architects features large group spaces and multi-colored accents to emphasize the building’s unique architectural features. Hallways are color-coded for children to easily access their classroom spaces.

This building is Phase III of a multi-phase renovation and expansion for the church, with future expansions planned.

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About Studio RED Architects
Studio RED is an architecture firm that offers exceptional client-driven service from hands-on principals with practical solutions and innovative designs.

Fueled with our passion to provide quality architecture, with an insistence on design excellence, superior project management and outstanding service, Studio RED was created.

We are driven by our intent to:

* Create designs that are outside-the-box but still within budget
* Devise the kind of practical solutions that only come from experience
* Provide hands-on principal involvement
* Always be client-driven, not ego-driven

Join us as we celebrate our 10th year in business, serving clients with an exceptional architectural service worldwide.

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Houston, TX 77004 United States

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11 Insane Futuristic Architectural Designs

11 Insane Futuristic Architectural Designs

Here are the top 11 most crazy futuristic architecture designs from an amazing cobra skyscraper to the floating island called The Ark!

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6. Time Square Glass Skyscraper
So Japan and China are designing their massive skyscrapers, what about ours!? The eVolo Magazine Skyscraper competition searches possibilities intriguing designs for massive skyscrapers far into the future, and the sky certainly isn’t the limit! Someone proposed the idea of a mile high glass skyscraper in the middle of Manhattan! This concept called essence proposed by Polish architectural designers won first prize in the competition in 2015, hoping some days their dreams might become a reality. This would be some extreme vertical living! Can you imagine getting groceries to your apartment a mile high in the sky?

5. The Hyperion, India
The hyperion in the largest tree in the world and it’s location is somewhat of a mystery. But they also used this name for the new towering, eco-friendly building complex in New Delhi! A city that could really use something eco-friendly right now. The amazing thing about this design, is that it is actually going to produce more energy than it takes in! Another amazing design by Vincent Callebaut, these buildings will actually be complete with dairy farms and gardens that both generate energy in ways! Imagine having a farm on your roof top! Crazy idea! These images will give us an idea of what they might look like someday It almost looks like a modern day, Hanging Gardens of Babylon! Agricultural by-products will be turned into methane which will then generate energy. A healthy ecosystem of earthworms, beetles, and bees will oxygenate the soil and keep it fertile. Who wouldn’t want to live here! Should all be ready in 2020

4. The Ark
Russian Architect Alexander Remizov designed this wild creation that could save our lives some day and almost like the Noah’s Ark of the future. This would be built to house 10,000 and is almost like a ship/building hybrid. The ark is designed to withstand floods of biblical proportions. The clear roof allows for light to come in and help plants develop inside, creating food sources for the passengers or inhabitants. This design can be built on both land and sea so in the future, if the land becomes overpopulated, we may have to begin living on bodies of water. This is basically a floating island and might be something we use in the future.

3. Floating Farms
In 2050. Planet earth is expected to reach a population of 9.1 billion, therefore the demand for food will rise 70%. So much land will be needed for farming and developing food which just might not be available for us with this many people on the earth. Turns out, there’s plenty of space still on the ocean and this may be how agriculture will look in the future. Each farm would harvest three resources; fish, crops, and sunlight. A team from Barcelona, Spain designed this concept that could be how we feed people in future generations. These floating farms, will also feature wave barriers, boat docks, storage, packing areas, and processing centers. Water will be desalinated in order to nourish the crops.

2. Tree Scrapers
How would you feel about living in one of these tree scrapers designed by Dutch architect Raimond de Hullu. In this green utopia, there are no cars, now powerlines; only green energy. Homes of the future could be made of recycled wood and covered in green leafy, foliage in order to be protected from the outside elements. Each house would be equipped with solar panels and would be totally off grid. This is almost like a tree house on steroids, right in the middle of the forest! The tall, thin design, helps take up less space but adds affordability and better views from the balcony. If you love nature, this is the best way to go!

1.Cobra Skyscraper
Another Russian architect is proposing the idea of constructing a skyscraper that resembles a giant cobra in Asia or the Middle East. This probably seems like something Dubai would consider building. If you’re scared of snakes, this might not be the best place to go to. The unique skyscraper would have interchangeable lights that run up the structure. Inside the head of the structure, there would be a nightclub or restaurant overlooking the city. The design would be a prominent feature in the skyline and a huge tourist attraction. What will they think of next!

*NEW* OVERPOWERED CHEAP Small Group Base Design | (Layout) Rust Base Building

*NEW* OVERPOWERED CHEAP Small Group Base Design | (Layout) Rust Base Building

Today I go over a *new* overpowered cheap small group base design for rust. The layout is quite easy to set up, and I hope my building tutorial will help.

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1: The Burn Marks on my EPIANO won’t go away by alex
2: Tom Misch – Wonder (Aso Remake) (1)
3: Jhfly – Sheets (Extended Version)
4: Leavv – Thank You
5: dark day – tomppabeats
6: Aso – Loungin
7: jhfly – love rework

Building Cost + How It Impacts Design (An Architect’s Guide) | Architecture Short Course (Part 3)

Building Cost + How It Impacts Design (An Architect’s Guide) | Architecture Short Course (Part 3)

Building cost has a direct impact on our design and it’s one of the most basic and obvious concerns for architects and clients. In this video I’ll show you how I use it as a creative constraint that informs our building design.

Building cost is divided into two general categories: soft and hard costs. Soft costs are the indirect cost of design: architectural fees, consultant fees, permitting, financing, and legal fees. Hard costs are all the cost directly attributed to the construction of the physical building.

Early on in the design process we know little about the building and so we use square footage as a means for estimating the building’s cost to construct. But square footage alone won’t provide all the information we need to properly describe the cost of a structure, some spaces cost more to build than others. Factoring the square footage provides an added level of precision and allows clients and architects to better plan how design affects the overall budget.

Planning for unforeseeable conditions is important as well and I describe how much of a contingency to add to the project at each phase of the work.

Cost considerations are crucial to realizing both our client’s project and our vision for the work in the world and this video shares the framework I use to get there.

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WORKING Cheap Small Group Base Design | (How-To) Rust Base Building

WORKING Cheap Small Group Base Design | (How-To) Rust Base Building

Today I’ll be showing you a working cheap small group base design, I’ll first give you a tour of the layout. And from there I will show you how-to approach in building this plan.

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Music –
1: Gfbeats – Business Casual
2: dark day – tomppabeats
3: Aso – Loungin
4: The Burn Marks on my EPIANO won’t go away by alex
5: jhfly – sleep on it
6: idealism – Lonely
7: Leavv – Thank You

Top 5 free 3D design software

Top 5 free 3D design software

Blender is a professional free and open-source 3D computer graphics software product used for creating animated films, visual effects, art, 3D printed models, interactive 3D applications and video games. Blender’s features include 3D modeling, UV unwrapping, texturing, raster graphics editing, rigging and skinning, fluid and smoke simulation, particle simulation, soft body simulation, sculpting, animating, match moving, camera tracking, rendering, video editing and compositing. It further features an integrated game engine
Sweet Home 3D is a free interior design software application that helps you draw the plan of your house, arrange furniture on it and visit the results in 3D. You can download Sweet Home 3D to install it on your computer and/or use it online within your browser. Sweet Home 3D is the only open source interior design software. It is downloaded 10 000 times a day and used by amateurs as well as professionals.

BRL-CAD is a constructive solid geometry (CSG) solid modeling computer-aided design (CAD) system. It includes an interactive geometry editor, ray tracing support for graphics rendering and geometric analysis, computer network distributed framebuffer support, scripting, image-processing and signal-processing tools. The entire package is distributed in source code and binary form.

Although BRL-CAD can be used for a variety of engineering and graphics applications, the package’s primary purpose continues to be the support of ballistic and electromagnetic analyses. In keeping with the Unix philosophy of developing independent tools to perform single, specific tasks and then linking the tools together in a package, BRL-CAD is basically a collection of libraries, tools, and utilities that work together to create, raytrace, and interrogate geometry and manipulate files and data. In contrast to many other 3D modelling applications, BRL-CAD uses CSG rather than boundary representation.[1] This means BRL-CAD can “study physical phenomena such as ballistic penetration and thermal, radiative, neutron, and other types of transport”[2]

The BRL-CAD libraries are designed primarily for the geometric modeler who also wants to tinker with software and design custom tools. Each library is designed for a specific purpose: creating, editing, and raytracing geometry, and image handling. The application side of BRL-CAD also offers a number of tools and utilities that are primarily concerned with geometric conversion, interrogation, image format conversion, and command-line-oriented image manipulation.
FreeCAD is a free and open-source (under the LGPLv2+ license) general-purpose parametric 3D CAD modeler. FreeCAD is aimed directly at mechanical engineering and product design but also fits in a wider range of uses around engineering, such as architecture or other engineering specialities. FreeCAD is currently in a beta stage of development.
SketchUp (formerly Google Sketchup) is a 3D modeling computer program for a wide range of drawing applications such as architectural, interior design, civil and mechanical engineering, film, and video game design—and available in a freeware version, SketchUp Make, and a paid version with additional functionality, SketchUp Pro.

SketchUp is currently owned by Trimble Navigation,[1][4] a mapping, surveying, and navigation equipment company.[5] The program’s authors describe it as easy to use.[6] There is an online open source library of free model assemblies (e.g. windows, doors, automobiles), 3D Warehouse, to which users may contribute models. The program includes drawing layout functionality, allows surface rendering in variable “styles”, supports third-party “plug-in” programs hosted on a site called Extension Warehouse to provide other capabilities (e.g. near photo-realistic rendering), and enables placement of its models within Google Earth.

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