Marcin “Neb” Jastrzebski posted a set of images and a short video showcasing the process of making his recent personal work – House O based on the work of Jun Igarashi Architects. This is a remarkable piece of work by Marcin, going into so much detail as he usually tends to do. He uses MODO 701, Cinema 4d and Maxwell Render 3 as his main tools on this one. Enjoy!
Bertrand Benoit revisits Paris again. After La Maison de Verre, he goes for an even more vintage building – The Interior of the Labrouste reading hall at the “Richelieu” branch of the French National Library (1862-1868). As always, it was all modeled by him using 3dsmax and heavy use if iToo Software‘s RailClone plugin for 3dsmax. Wonderful inspiration for the beginning of this week!
I’ve rounded up all of the 52 Weekly Best Visualizations, Selected the best in each month to form the 12 Best Visualizations of 2013 and now I’m happy to announce that the BEST Visualization of YEAR 2013 is “La Maison de Verre” by Bertrand Benoit! It was far from easy to make the final call but in the end there could be only one, and Bertrand excelled in each category you choose to explore.
Following up on the 52 Weekly Best Visualizations posted two days ago, I’m proud to present now the selected 12 BEST of MONTH visualizations of 2013! It was far from easy to make this selection of the 12… but for each month – There can be only one! Each will get a 100 Euro Voucher, to spend on great looking 3D furniture models by Designconnected. the BEST OF YEAR is coming next!
Bertrand Benoit shared his latest larger personal project on the forums yesterday – La Maison de Verre. Completed in the early 30’s by architect and designer Pierre Chareau, Bertrand took it on himself to recreate it in 3d as real as possible… resembling the original. The attention to details is what you would expect by now from Mr. B, and yet it still amazes me time and time again. Thank you very much for bringing this house to my attention (and thanks to Peter Guthrie too for initially suggesting it).