Hoxton Housing

Getting more into the technical challenges of this project.
The most challenging part was certainly the modelling of the brick pattern. We decided to model every single brick instance to achieve the more realistic result. Unfortunately this wasn’t possible to achieve by simply using displacement maps.
We also started this project using Vray GPU. We really wanted to test the limitations of GPU rendering.
What we found out is that despite being really fast for small scenes, as soon as we started to model some context, we ran quickly out of VRam.
So we had to go back to CPU rendering to finish the project.
Another challenge was to visualise the building from the surrounding streets which were quite narrow and required a wider field of view than we would have liked, however this became an opportunity to make some of the images even more dramatic.

I hope you enjoy the project.
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Hello Everyone,

We have created this particular project to represent the typical joyful culture and life long peaceful lifestyle of unique town Rajkot in Gujarat, India. Our main challenge was to recreate each plant, local materials, water body and fountains required by client.

We have tried to incorporate client’s view and perspective with speech in our storyline.

We welcome your thoughts and suggestion.

Thanks & Regards.
Team Impact 3D

Urban Inter Change Oasis

Design credit: in collaboration with Xpace Zurich Urban Design Studio
Location: Hospital Precinct, crossing Elisabeth, Bedford, Peel and Pelham Street and
Flemington Road, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
The project bridges a challenging urban crossing for pedestrians, cars, busses, trams, and
future metro station. Taking advantage of the multiple public levels and bridge systems of
the nearby hospitals, the proposed interchange structure extends the public realm through a walk-able landscape of eateries, hawker stalls and shops. This commercial program will
provide amenities to patients, families and hospital staff, in addition to the positive
psychological impact of integrated ecological systems. The interchange further integrates
water, natural lighting and greenery into a series of contemplative spaces as catalysts for
stress relief.
At the center, below, sits a large reservoir, capturing excess rainfall runoff which is diverted from the 200ML underground water storage at Lincoln Square and the highly flood prone, Elizabeth Street. The reservoir provides a wetland habitat for mangrove trees and acts as a renewable water source for the climbing vegetation that covers the entire structure.
Visualization images is done for the Melbourne Design Week Exhibition.

Floating Housing Factory

We will exhibit this amazing design idea in the series of Melbourne Cool Lines sustainable urban & architecture strategies exhibition at City Library, 253 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on March 11th. The visualized image is part of the exhibition material that I took part in as author for my work and a 3d visualizer to support other projects.