CABINS, The 7th Architectural Visualization Challenge, was soft-launched yesterday with information to be shared during this week leading up to the Monday start day. As part of this, I’m sharing the making-of the CABINS concept art on the challenge site. I used good old pen & paper, SketchUp, Lumion, Megascans assets and Photoshop. Part ONE is live and waiting for you. Enjoy!
2017 is about to close, but before we get started with 2018, here are 12 of my favorite articles posted on the blog during 2017. I wish you all the best this new year. Be good, do good!
A new Tomorrow Challenge is about to start soon (two days) and here is the main theme for this round – Tham & Videgård´s School of Architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. Love the roundness! Love the Deep Red CorTen steel! Check it out and get ready to rumble for the next open spot at Tomorrow’s Stockholm office.
Hossein posted his recreation of Nasu Tepee back in June this year, and today I’m sharing his making-of this scene, in which he managed to achieve high resemblance with the original photo and scenario using many tools in the process – 3dsmax, V-Ray, ZBrush, Marvelous Designer, Megascans, SpeedTree, Rayfire and more!
Keeping with the original mention of an inspirational architectural project alongside a relevant making-of, I’m sharing the photos of Nasu Tepee by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP. This project fits perfectly with the CABINS challenge theme (I know! Long overdue, but soon launching). Not the first time we see A shaped (pyramid) type of structure in the woods, but this one fits in so well and comes with a very extensive set of photos taken by Koji Fuji – Nacasa & Partners Inc.