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    Default New Canaan

    These days, I only seem to produce unfinished personal pieces. This one is based on Hodgson House, a private home by Philip Johnson. It is located in New Canaan, Connecticut, just a stone’s throw from Johson’s Glass House (no joke intended). It is far less famous, though far more habitable.









    I’ve also uploaded a few more vintage chairs to the Warehouse, and given them the New Canaan treatment. In order of appearance: Arne Jacobsen’s Grand Prix Chair; Marcel Breuer’s Cesca Chair; Friso Kramer’s Result Chair.







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    as always best work to be show..

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    An amazing set of renders yet again Bertrand And a Philip Johnson House! Great Pick

    I must be honest and say that the exterior image showing the house side with grass and trees is the weakest one of this set and is a bit fuzzy looking.

    The middle tree, right at the image center above the house looks as if it was copy pasted twice with a small shift... maybe it is the leaves orientation the causes me to feel this effect?

    Did you use different lighting setup for this image? the interiors seems to have much more sun in them.

    Regardless, Hat's off to you

    Here is a link on dailyicon about this house - http://www.dailyicon.net/category/architecture/page/30/

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    This guy is extraOrdinary!

    I don't believe in talent, but I think he has put a lot of honest work into his hours to achive this level of mastery.

    Everytime You look at his works You'll find something new, something You would not expect to find elswhere.

    Keep pushing the boundaries of Archviz!


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    Awesome images, congrats!

    As always, your images are perfect, great mood, colors, great models, etc.

    I love the interior floor ceramic tiled material, (I´m not sure what´s its name in english), did you use displacement for that?

    Another technical question, just if you will, how did you manage the light for interior shots, I mean, did you use hdri background and skylight portals, or just hdri in a domelight? And did you use a vray sun in any shot? (I´m asking because in these kind of interior-exterior mixed spaces I always have that doubt, and you got very precise but soft shadows from sun, that looks perfect imo).

    Anyway, thank you very much for sharing your images, we are always learning new things from you.

    Julio
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    Tree scale is completely wrong in image 3.. all though i would still like to kidnap you and squeeze those secrets outta you
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    Bertrand
    You have gone farther than most of the artists 3DViz ..
    I do not like comparisons
    But his art is as inspiring as the master Alex Roman ...
    Her scene is beautiful
    Congratulations especially to the interior lighting ..
    I wonder ...
    And what used to light? .. CGSkies HDRI? ... How many?
    For the creation of the ground textures?
    And the trees?

    You could write a great tutorial on vegetation ...
    would be very welcome

    I love your work
    I have a folder with several pictures of your ...
    You can allow that we
    to download high resolution images?

    Greetings from Brazil ..

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    Bertrand, great images. Do you spend a lot of time on your specular maps? Seems like the unique tell-tale sign when I look back on your work.

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