Horation court, Santa Monica

I came across the architecture of Irving Gill during my travels in America
as I was walking around the streets of Santa Monica passing by Horatio Court.
The simplicity of the houses, the materials and colours are so quintessentially LA
it made me stop and admire the architecture, perfectly blending in
and standing out at the same time.

Back home in the UK I wanted to re-create this iconic housing block in 3D – focussing on capturing the “LA vibe” and showing off the combination of the simple geometric shapes forming the houses.

“Rice fields”

When I looked for references to the lighting for the current project I accidentally saw several photographs of rice fields made in Vietnam, Taiwan, and other Asian countries and was very inspired by this beauty.

I’ve never been to these places, but I really liked them!

I have been working for many years in the field of visualization and own many 3D programs in the field of CGI.
I made a lot of commercial projects, but never did not find time to do creative projects.

Inspired by this “green architecture” decided to recreate the atmosphere and this beauty in my first personal work.

Hope you will like it and hope I managed to convey the atmosphere and mood of these interesting place. Since it’s an amazing architecture in greenery

“Rice fields”

When I looked for references to the lighting for the current project I accidentally saw several photographs of rice fields made in Vietnam, Taiwan, and other Asian countries and was very inspired by this beauty.

I’ve never been to these places, but I really liked them!

I have been working for many years in the field of visualization and own many 3D programs in the field of CGI.
I made a lot of commercial projects, but never did not find time to do creative projects.

Inspired by this “green architecture” decided to recreate the atmosphere and this beauty in my first personal work.

Hope you will like it and hope I managed to convey the atmosphere and mood of these interesting place. Since it’s an amazing architecture in greenery

Making of Blue Bar

The Making of Blue Bar is a dive into the details by, French Interior Designer, Martin Darzacq. Going back to his showcase made here 2 months ago. Follow his process as he experiments with RailClone and Light!

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