OVG Office building

Ravelin studio performed this German 3d project for our Dutch Client.

3 days before a very important event the Client was abandoned by other 3d specialists, and the Company addressed us for a helping hand.

The time schedule was very tight. We had to convert a Rhino model to 3d max, to modify and improve it, and to make 1 exterior and 1 interior rendering.


505 George St / Sydney

A slender pair of towers in Sydney that include a retail podium, residential apartments, and a premium hotel on a landmark site. Designed by SOM+Crone for the international competition of the Sydney’s tallest residential tower.

New York Times Building

New York Times building is one of the most recognizable pieces of architecture in the world. The tower was designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop and FXFOWLE Architects, with Gensler providing the interior design.
It’s based on the west side of Midtown Manhattan, surrounded by the New York skyscrapers. The New York Times Building is the eighth-tallest building in the city.

It’s not a secret that New York Times building is one of our favorites. The tower is unique, because of the steel construction placed on the external side of the building. It gives an individual, industrial touch to the whole creation.

Wikipedia says -„In excess of 95% of the structural steel was recycled.” – that’s a quite impressing fact.

When we decided to prepare a set of the images dedicated to NYT building, we knew that a complete 3d environment would help us. Mainly, because of the sense of freedom during the cameras selection process. We tested many views and many light options, but we felt that the tower looks best soaked up in the golden rays of the sunset.

We sincerely appreciate every minute spent on this project.


This rendering is one of our in-house work.
These personal renderings offer innovative, original visions that break with conventional projects. They constitute a challenge not only for our artistic curiosity but also for the deepening of our own learning. We are attracted to challenging images and strong stories.

We welcome curiosity!