Friday Feature - March 16th Edition
In the past our Friday Findings have highlighted articles, focused on projects, and shared a 3D model or two. Now we've decided to create a new post - The Friday Feature which will showcase more content that helps designers - projects and 3D models. In this edition we're showcasing 3D models by DOGIPOT, BikeRack Mfg. & Dist. Company, Challenger Industries, and Continental Cast Stone. We've also gathered projects from LSI, Auroralight Inc, KONE, US, LiveWall, STONEYARD, and The Cookson Company.
3D Model Highlights
DOGIPARK® 3 Level Dog Shaped Jump Hoop
The DOGIPARK® 3 Level Dog Shaped Jump Hoop has assorted hoop heights to test even the most agile pets, while the surface boasts a thermoplastic layer that resists peeling, cracking and fading, providing your pets outdoor dog play equipment with unparalleled quality.
The Post Bike Rack
The product the lock-up-1 wall mount bike rack and BikeRack Mfg. & Dist. Company was started and developed by bike mechanic's in order to develop a bike rack that can totally lock-up a bike by using one lock.
After developing and securing the patent BikeRack Mfg. & Dist. Company began developing an assortment of bike racks in order to accommodate different locations and situations.
Putting Green: DPDE - Over Aggregate
Challenger has become the leader in synthetic turf products. They create specially engineered surfaces including traditional glue-down turfs and the increasingly popular in-filled synthetic turf systems.
Cap Rail: Crown
Continental Cast Stone, Inc.'s cap rails are 71-5/8" standard lengths and can be field cut if shorter lengths are needed. Before ordering cap rail, please specify baluster spacing at 8" O.C. or unpunched for field spacing.
Landscape Structures Inc - Go Sky-High With Playground Towers
The Alpha Tower and its innovative climbers invite kids to scale the outside up to the 4- and 8-foot decks. Or kids can climb inside to reach the first decks plus continue on to see the amazing view from the fully enclosed 12-foot deck. A compact interior will have kids climbing and crawling to explore all the different activities. Plus, slides offer thrilling rides from the 8- and 12-foot decks. View the project here.
Auroralight Inc. - San Diego Coastal Estate’s Landscape
The majority of the exterior lighting was provided by Auroralight. This landscape lighting project was designed and installed by Michael Geier of LightScape Designs, Inc. of San Diego and features a wide variety of Auroralight’s products to accentuate specific trees, focal points, and architectural elements found throughout the property. Luminaires include a variety of accent lights, pathway lights, in-grade well lights and more. The installation includes the HSL16 Telluride , HSL11 Taos, WL16 Lighthaus and LSL4 Sitka. View the project here.
KONE US, Inc. - Metro De Madrid
When a relationship lasts 15 years, the chemistry must be right. KONE’s partnership with Metro de Madrid assures a smooth ride for three million daily commuters in the Spanish capital.
View the project here.
LiveWall - The B.O.B. Patio Dining Area Green Wall
The B.O.B.'s patio dining area envelopes guests in a lush living wall. The living walls give visitors a cool place to dine in the heart of the city. Click the contact a pro button to transform your dining area. View the project here.
STONEYARD - Greathorse Country Club
Breathtaking mountain views, an outdoor pool, and fitness center are just a few of the amazing features that Greathorse Country Club (formerly Hampden Country Club) has to offer. The Antoacci family has truly transformed the extensive property with a brand new club house and an 18 hole course. Located in Hampden, Massachusetts, the club strives to create a relaxed and comfortable family atmosphere in the style of a home away from home mountain retreat with rich textures and a warm, inviting atmosphere. View the project here.
The Cookson Company - Loyola University
The design challenge arose in the Institute of Environmental Sustainability, a state of the art, LEED certified institute facility that features a residence hall (San Francisco Hall) looking out onto the research facility - a huge atrium and aquaponics greenhouse. View the project here.