IAN LANE
ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGIST

 

Big Trout Lake, ON - Passive House

This project was completed for the semester 6 course 'Advanced Residential Design' offered at Sheridan College. The main focus was to design
a passive house that takes full advantage of the suns direct solar raditation which could then be used for heat distribution during the heating season (winter). On the other hand, it had to be designed in such a way so that the suns radiation would be limited as much as possible during the cooling season (summer) to avoid overheating. This was achieved by incorporating custom window shading/overhangs and other such methods like log wall finishing for thermal massing. For more information on this project, please visit the section "Downloadable Links" at the bottom of this page to download and view the complete drawing package for the final submission.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This project was completed using AutoCAD (for all drawings including floor plans, elevations and sections), Revit (for creation of 3-D model), and Adobe Photoshop (for touch-ups on main rendered images).

 

Shuffle House

This project was completed for the semester 6 course 'Architectural Visualization' offered at Sheridan College. The main focus of this course was to choose a design competition in which we could use to develop our visualization/presentation skills of design proposals using softwares such as 3DS Max, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign. The competition that my group and I chose was the annual InHAUS Modular Home competition and Shuffle House was the end result of our efforts. For more information on this project, please visit the section "Downloadable Links" at the bottom of this page to download and view the presentation poster board for our final submission.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

This project was completed using Revit (for creation of 3-D model), 3DS Max (for main building base renders), Adobe Photoshop (for touch-ups on rendered images), and Adobe InDesign for the final presentation posterboard.

 

545 King St West

This project was completed for the semester 6 course 'Architectural Studio 6"' offered at Sheridan College. The goal was to design a renovation proposal within the interior of an existing brickworks building located at 545 King St West in Toronto. The program requirements were to transform this building into a hotel and spa that would include a public swimming pool, steam and sauna room, massage rooms, a restaurant/bar and private suites for those wishing to stay overnight. For more information on this project, please visit the section "Downloadable Links" at the bottom of this page to download and view the final presentation boards used for our mid-term submission.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This project was completed using Revit (for creation of 3-D model), AutoCAD (for all drawings including floorplans, elevations and sections), and Adobe Photoshop (for touch-ups on rendered images and final presentation boards).

 

 

Downloadable PDFs

Big Trout Lake, ON - Passive House - Final Submission Drawing Package

Shuffle House - Final Submission Poster Board

545 King St West - Mid-term Submission Poster Board