VyD studio is a small studio with three members, based in Hanoi, Vietnam. Working in the architectural visualization field for five years. All team members are architects and interior designers, and today they share a bit behind the amazing set of images shared on the blog showcase this week – “The Forest Balcony”.
THE FOREST BALCONY is the result of our self-practice. We aimed at creating emotional photos and photorealistic archviz using knowledge and experience that we’ve gained previously.
I saw this house on archdaily. I liked it so I covered it, with some changes from myself.
I use sketchup to model the project. I use skatter to distribute trees, and render with vray 3.4 for sketchup.
I loved the house at first sight, I kept the architecture of the house, and changed the landscape of the trees around to my liking. hope you enjoy it.
I wanted to create a pleasant space, with modern and rustic elements, creating a counterpoint.
Two architects, one landscape architect and a developer were invited to enter a housing block competition in Amsterdam. The location is quite abnormal, since a curved railwaytrack is cutting the building plot in half. We were asked to think of the images needed to visualize their design.
Villa project situated in a small village of south Crete