State of Art Academy / Master Class #15

State of Art Academy MasterClass #15 just finished and here I feature the great work of the students. This time the main theme was my cup of ‘concrete’ tea! an interesting staggered cubes house by Spanish architect Daniel Isern called Mediterrani 32, Sant Pol de Mar. It’s great seeing 12 versions of the same house, as each student had the freedom to explore how and where to visualize it.


State of Art Academy / Master Class #15

MasterClass #15 hosted 12 artists from Italy, working on the Mediterrani 32, Sant Pol de Mar by Daniel Isern as their main theme.



Dictionary entries describe the word “talent” as : “the innate ability to do something well” and this word can fully describe our Masterclass #15, which has just finished. Their artistic talent will lead them to a brilliant and successful future. The SOA Academy is only the starting point for a long walk and it gives them the know-how to become professionals in the field.

In the last month our guys worked really hard and the results they’ve got are the outcome of their dedication and passion for ArchViz.

The outcomes that we are looking at are extraordinary and the various images reveal how they perceive Architecture and the love they feel when representing it. In the last month we had so much fun and we learned a lot. It was a real honor to have them as our students. Talent can’t be bought but, on the contrary, it’s something that has to be nurtured day by day. You guys have a lot of talent and I wish you with all my heart not to ever lose this luck.

Sooner or later (I’m sure it will be sooner) we’re going to hear people talking about you and it will be our pleasure to live that moment being even more proud of you and what you did.

A big hug to you and hope to see you again at SOA Academy in the future.


The Students Work

See what the students learn during the 4 weeks of the Architectural Visualization Master Class…

What is even better, is the things you do when you are not learning… San Dona, Venice, Italy!

All the visuals were made using 3dsmax, V-Ray, Forest Pack Pro, RailClone and Photoshop.

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  1. DavidG333
    DavidG333 says:

    The realism of the foliage in some of those renders is <a href=””>incredible</a>!

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