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Two Tyres Design was approached by the Begley, Carlin, and Mandio Law Firm of New Hope, PA to re-brand and update their logo.

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Process

Creation of a logo for a group is a multi-step process. In order for the logo to be appropriate for the group, it must showcase their ideals as well as their overall identity.

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preliminary #1

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preliminary #4

After the initial preliminary ideas were explored and concepts were created, Two Tyre’s worked with BC&M to select the log that best portrayed what the firm wanted to present to the public. Once the final logo was selected, different marketing products were to be produced, such as business cards, mailers, folders and stationary as well as to be used on their website.

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Badlands image viewed on Badland’s Instagram page

Badlands image viewed on Badland’s Instagram page

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Two Tyre’s Design was approached by Meadowlard Farms because they had a problem and needed a solution. Their farmland was no longer profitable and they needed to create a new identity that would allow them to continue as a business. Two Tyre’s, having ties to the local soccer community, instantly came up with the idea to turn the unprofitable fields into a multi-field soccer complex. The complex would not only serve the community, but would allow a local farm to continue operations.

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Process

Using an aerial site of the farm, Two Tyres was able to develop the plan for the soccer complex, taking into account existing elevations, local roads and site lines. Once the initial plan was created, it was further developed to incorporate the owner’s ideas into the overall plan for the complex.

Early drawing incorporating existing farm land along with site plan

Early drawing incorporating existing farm land along with site plan

Early markup to develop concept

Early markup to develop concept

3-D model showing farm land and fields

3-D model showing farm land and fields

Once the complex ideas were finalized, illustrations were next. Still renderings were created from the 3-D model showing the final project. Aerial as well as road view renderings were used by Meadowlard to present to the township for approval.

Final site plan for the complex

Final site plan for the complex

Road view of complex

Road view of complex

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Process

Process

illustration on the town of Poolesville’s website’s homepage

illustration on the town of Poolesville’s website’s homepage

ARNOLD AND PORTER

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Two Tyre’s Design collaborated with Eden’s on the development of a space located in the Union Market area of Washington, DC. The building, which housed an old auto body repair shop, was to be turned into a multi-function space for events such as corporate meetings, parties or weddings. The goal of the project was to create a new identity for the area while taking advantage of unique existing elements: a formal meeting space meets lounge vibe. The space needed a warm, leisurely feeling to invite guests: Dining tables and chairs, couches, area rugs, an area rug and a chandelier were added to create accomplish that vibe.

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Process

Working from provided PDF floor plans, elevations, and photographs along with CAD, Two Tyre’s created a 3-D model. Along with Edens, we created the interior design and layout. Using new themes as well as existing architecture and materials, a new identity was created for the space.

CAD plans

CAD plans


Website:  Union Market Auto Shop

Go to the Union Market website to book your

event at the Auto Shop!

Two Tyre’s Design worked with Eden’s to create a new identity to an existing location while also increasing its level of attraction. The development will include new retail as well as new apartments. Eden’s used the images produced to present to the town as well as the state.


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Process

Using the site plans and elevations, Two Tyre’s was able to model the site. The site also accounted for elevation changes as well as existing structures such as roads and traffic lights. Once the models were created, the issue of finding a view that showed the overall feeling and identity of the development needed to be chosen.

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3-D model of view 3

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3-D model of view 4

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3-D model of view 5

From the 3-D models, the final rendered illustrations were created using 3-D Max and V-Ray. Once rendered, Photoshop elements were added to finalize the illustrations. The illustrations were to be used be Eden’s to present to the town’s officials and local community.

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Two Tyres Design collaborated on the first mixed-use community development project with Edens in Dorchester, South Bay, Boston, MA.

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Process

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Two Tyre’s Design collaborated with Raymond Moldenhauer of RM STRATEGIES, a Blue Growth Strategic Master Planning Company, on a project that developed the Blue Growth Coastal Master Plan for Grenada. The project consisted of the preliminary and concept designs for Blue Growth projects totaling over $2.5 billion dollars. Images were created of the six signature projects that are planned for the Designated Global Tourism Center at St. George's, Grenada.

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Process

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Two Tyre’s Design teamed up with two great Washington DC located companies MakeDC and Engenium Group to submit a design for the 2015 D.C. Affordable Living Building Challenge. The design was based around a biomimicry/nature inspired concept in that the entire site acts as as a single living organism. The development overtime would restore the sites natural ecosystem while providing unique living spaces unlike any other in the District. The innovative and dynamic concept stood out among the other great submissions and was awarded with "most progressive design" by the competition jury. 

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View of Capitol building with Union Market sign in foreground

View of Capitol building with Union Market sign in foreground

Two Tyres Design collaborated with Eden’s on a popup tennis court for the Washington Kastles’ professional tennis team. The court was to be built on top of the Union Market building in Washington, DC. The unique court setup will take advantage of the open space of the rooftop but also benefit from the view of the Capitol building and Washington, DC.

Process

Using an existing Revit model of the Union Market building and the site plan of the court, Two Tyres was able to create a 3-D model in Rhino. Once the model was created in Rhino, Two Tyres was able to push the development of the project to include fan seating and dining areas, players benches, concession areas as well as a jumbotron.

Announcement of the new tennis court on BizJournals.com

Announcement of the new tennis court on BizJournals.com

Formal announcement of popup court on the roof of Union Market

Formal announcement of popup court on the roof of Union Market

Formal announcement of popup court on the roof of Union Market

Formal announcement of popup court on the roof of Union Market

Final view of Kastles’ popup court on the roof of Union Market

Final view of Kastles’ popup court on the roof of Union Market

Two Tyres Design once again worked with Mark Ein and MDE Tennis. The previous project was for the Washington Kastles’ pop-up court and venue at Union Market. The project was to create images for the Citi Open in Washington, DC in order to attract fans to the new beer garden, the market area featuring Chef Jose Andres, as well as the new VIP section of the stadium. The project also featured a new stadium wrap.

 

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Process…

Knowing that the client was going to be using the images to generate excitement and attract fans to the event, details were important. Using site plans and reference pictures of the stadium from previous tournaments, Two Tyres started by creating the 3-D model. The area of the project is quite large and would be difficult to get the full experience of the space from one single image. We developed the 3 main views that were to be the centerpiece of the project: the market tent view, the merchandise/beer tent view, and the VIP section tent.

EXISTING SITE - 3D MODEL - RENDERING

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site photo - market view

3-D model - market view

3-D model - market view

final rendering - market view

final rendering - market view

site photo - merchandise view

site photo - merchandise view

3-D model - merchandise view

3-D model - merchandise view

final rendering - merchandise view

final rendering - merchandise view

site photo - VIP tent section

site photo - VIP tent section

3-D model - VIP tent section

3-D model - VIP tent section

final rendering - VIP tent section

final rendering - VIP tent section

The goal of the project: create excitement and to attract new fans to the tournament and experience the Citi Open. Marketing and the images are the driving force to increase ticket sales.

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The images were able to be cropped to show specific details on tent content, the stadium wrap, seating areas and dining. They can easily be viewed on online as well as social media.

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Two Tyres Design teamed up with HOK DC on a project redesign of the Miami-Dade County Civil and Probate Courthouse. The original courthouse built in the early 1900’s (left) is right across the street from the new building site. The project consisted of 2 exterior images, showing the profile as well as the main entrance, as well as 5 interior spaces showing different court room layouts, the main lobby and the waiting area.

 

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Two Tyres Design collaborated with Streetsense for a redesign of the Giant Supermarket at the Collections in Chevy Chase, MD. The project was for marketing of the space to prospective tenants. Updating the space while keeping the general theme of the site was important.

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Process…

 

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Two Tyres Design collaborated with HOK-DC for the Car Max office building headquarters in Atlanta, GA. The project was to create images to be used by Car Max for their announcement of the new building to the public. Two Tyres Design developed 3 interior images showing the various spaces and features of the office building, as well as 2 axon view images to show and overall scope.

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Lobby view

Lobby view

Open office view

Open office view

Lounge View

Lounge View

 

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Two Tyres Design once again worked with Edens for a pop-up ice rink at the Mosaic District in Fairax, VA. Two Tyres worked originally on the retail and residential spaces for Edens, creating a number of images used for marketing the development. Edens used these images for marketing for sponsors as well as advertising the ice rink to the local residents.

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Process…

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Two Tyres design teamed up with Edens on a redesign of an existing building in Potomac Falls, MD. Edens wanted to redesign the new building as well as create a customer experience area in the current parking lot. The final product would be used for marketing and advertising purposes to attract potential businesses.

 

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Two Tyres Design collaborated with Streetsense on a redesign of a corner building site at the Reston Town Center in Reston, VA. Two Tyres worked with Streetsense to design the new building to encompass existing architecture while bring a new updated feel to the space. The design was to incorporate modern elements while creating a customer experience space under the existing glass canopy.

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Process…

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