New York Office Building

The concept itself uses planar rotation as a basis for the individual floors with a strong core which encapsulates the elevators as well as the main stairwell. The proposal aims to use extruded glass with different angles in order to obtain a unique look for the reflections of the surrounding buildings while also giving the building a transparent and almost weightless feel. There are various small balconies on each of the floors so that the personnel can enjoy some outdoor time when on break wherever they may be located in the construction.


Gourmet dining at +2360m?

The Gütsch Restaurant in the new ski region Andermatt in the Swiss Alps will be just the place for that.
Counting down till 2019.

A project by Studio Seilern Architects

Black & White

I Did this Project as a Practice work in my Freetime, I Kept it Very Simple with Just Light Playing the main part in This Scene. The Shadows Adding More contrast and Depth in the scene. Few Closeup Shots to Focus on Details in the scene.

I used 3ds Max, V-Ray and Photoshop.

Comments and Suggestions are welcome.

Pillows test

Very unbusy in the studio. The entire image was an accident. It is the result of a gentle soujourn through some studio max and V-Ray curiosities. I first came across a pillow tutorial on youtube and managed to get it to work, which was quite nice. “hmmm, wonder if I can do the duvet?” I thought, and then, “well I might as well make a sheet and a bed frame, so it’s not floating in midair.” Once I had made the bed and was proud of it, I didn’t want it to stand alone, so I lit it with a gentle cool light from one side and a small warm light from the other so that it’s natural curves would be shown off (real beds have curves!). From there I was also curious about the reason for the light, so I built sash windows (what makes them real? is it detail? texture, faded paint? water drips? dirty windows? I don’t know. I tried them all). I wondered about wallpaper, about photography in Vray, about how to make fur, about interior design, about atmospherics, depth of field, balance of colour, contrast and I wondered and wondered until the image was done, and I knew I had to leave it alone or risk ruining it and after all that wonder, my wife said the best bit was our daughter playing the violin in a picture above the bed.