You can really see how the materiality of the project showcases the character of the place. The stark contrast between the lightwells and the shadows casted below make the space very interesting.
As I have said before I love this kind of approach, it's more true to an architect's vision. Hadn't seen Estudio AGraph's work before, this is definitely a heads up. Great work!
Lasse Rode takes Unreal Engine for a good spin as he strives for photorealism using a real-time tool. He does this... more
Today I'm closing the SOA #AcademyDay5 interviews with the one I made with Pedro Fernandes from Arqui9. It was great... more