This visualisation is of a proposed 8 storey office building, with retail and coffee shop at ground floor. You can compare the final image with the computer model below to see what we did in 3D. I prefer to create as much of the image as possible in the 3D model and keep photoshop work to a minimum. Partly that's just how I like to work, but it has the giant benefit that it increases our ability to adopt client changes as late into the process as possible, and minimise the impact of that one final tweak to the design.
The High Life
A new series of images of a Tokyo penthouse.
The model has been built in 3DS Max with the towers in the foreground being created using Itoo Software’s railclone and forest pack. You can see a tutorial for populating the floors of the towers here.
Furniture and props have come from a variety of sources. The books are nearly all from model+model and distributed using their excellent Bookmanager plugin. The rug in the living space is Paul Smith Carnival created with Vray Hair.
This visualisation is of a new development in Elephant and Castle by A Zero Architects. There will be a nursery at ground floor with three town houses above. Construction work is due to start in Autumn 2015.
An additional architectural visualisation image from the series that I posted last week of the Hex Hut.
In 2014 I produced this series of images for Sybarite Architects of their project The Dice House. Each house has utility or retail space at its base followed by floors of living space which are capped with a roof garden covered with solar panels.
For the technically curious amongst you, these images were produced with Rhino and Maxwell, rather than 3DS Max and VRay. The hay field was produced using Maxwell’s grass extension and there is only a modest amount of post-production on any of the images.