Personal project, visualization of a loft bedroom. Used some models from Evermotion and modelled some by myself. This is my second attempt to use Octane for archviz.
Pixarch expertly exhibits the spectacular tower elevations. The unique features with drop off lane, open air balconies and canopied rooftop views represented by 360 degree angles are shown with the finesse at its height. Pixarch maintains the Sukh Chayn essence of serenity with a lush green expanse and scenic surroundings.
The marbled and wooden scopic passageways meander harmoniously around the well-designed decor and residential features for a lavish outlook. Each medium and material used retains its high quality with Pixarch’s photorealistic views. The wide to zoom-in angles depict Pixarch’s mastery to focus on the best angles for perfect precision and projection of the prestigious property, with an elegant enhancement, which adds to its market value.
Personal project made for fun and practice of minimal composition and study of main color principles. Hi saturation values connected to reduced colors palette emphasize the final outcome and make realistic renders more abstract and look more like graphic forms. Software used: Cinema 4D + Octane + Adobe Photoshop/Camera Raw.
The architect liked the foggy image and the investor of course wanted a sunny one.
This is a personal project that I’ve undertaken in order to explore new design styles and principles.
So there is not that much about this project really. It is a personal project that focuses on creating a visually appealing, emotion evoking visualization where the sofa is in the center of attention.
These types of projects are a great way to experiment with workflows and moods so that you can get a better idea of what could help clients stand out amongst the crowd.
Instead of just creating an evenly lit interior shot, one can try to experiment and try to invoke emotions in the viewer.