Everyone will identify this iconic skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan.
444 Madison Avenue was designed by Robert D. Kohn, Frank E. Vitolo, and John J. Knight and built-in 1929.

For a long time, the building housed the Newsweek headquarters. But now this busy neighborhood offers many amenities such as restaurants, hotels, and entertainment.

The Spectorgroup Company was engaged in the renovation of this cult building. The work embraced the facades’ restoration of the upper floors.
They came to Omegarender with a peculiar request to make not just a rendering displaying only the facade’s changes, but a visualization with the spirit of New York City, which keeps the value of Madison 444 citywide.

As a result, we got a night-time view and thousands of lights in the high-rises, without a single person or any dynamic object, with a sense of active rhythmic city life.

The top levels of 444 Madison Avenue are designed for office spaces. Its narrow rooftop provides open views of both Saint Patrick’sCathedral and the New York Palace Hotel

MORE WORKS ON: https://omegarender.com/gallery

Empty tables

Proposed Cafe Interior in Bahrain, I intentionally removed the people to express “emptiness”. lets hope its comes to fruition since many cafes are closing down due to the pandemic.

its been months now that cafes & restaurants here in Bahrain are closed for dine-in, only take-outs are allowed. and most of them can’t sustain these kind of rules. cafes are all about socializing with friends, family and relaxation. take that away then what’s the purpose of a cafe?

this is the first cafe interior request we received since the outbreak of covid-19, I hope its a sign that the economy will open up again.

done using 3dsMax, Vray & Photoshop.

The Apartment – Virtual tour

For this particular project we wanted to create a new experience promoting the use of a virtual tour. So we went back to the first ever project that we made for VR and gave it a facelift. This apartment is well suited for our little experiment, since it is rather small and therefore does not need as much time and attention as a bigger space would need.

Considering that the real-life project is from 2014, we decided to update its look. We went with a more sophisticated style and updated the model for the apartment and the kitchen. We also had to overhaul the materials that we had created initially since they where not up to our current standards anymore.

Now all that was left to do was to position new cameras throughout the scene, leaving behind the hotspots approach and using the simpler and less cluttered click-n-go method. This gives the user a more intuitive navigation and feels less restrictive.

Original project “Petit and Chic” by Studio Maayan Zusman and photographs of Gideon Levin from 181 Architecture Photography.

Please visit the tour in the link https://mofloestudi.com/virtualtour/apartment/
Enjoy and share your thoughts!

Shaker Cashmere Open Plan Kitchen CGI

Another of our recent CGI interiors from a kitchen layout supplied by our client. This elegant shaker kitchen bridges modern and traditional using a layout that carries the cabinetry through from the kitchen into the dining space using complimenting bench seating.
The scene was crafted in-house by our artists using 3DSMax + Corona renderer, colour accuracy adjustments and tweaks in Adobe Photoshop and Fusion Studio 16.

More kitchen CGI from this project > www.pikcells.com/portfolio/life-kitchens-cgi

Soul Marbella Sunset (Part III)

Sunny Marbella, we’ve always known that it’s never ‘good-bye’ with you; it’s only ‘see you later’.

Someone flips a coin to return to this place – we left our heart here. These beautiful panoramas never cease to amaze us. Marbella, we are ready to explore your days and be carried away by your nights.
We keep falling in love with your sunrises and sunsets over and over again.

Project: Soul Marbella Sunset
Architects: Gonzalez & Jacobson Arquitectura, Manuel Burgos Architects
Real Estate Developer: AEDAS Homes