March 6, 2020
tags : categories: 3D Rendering
Number 1: Panoptikon
In the world of architectural rendering malls, it’s rare to see a client who is willing to break the mould and allow such an artistic representation. Panoptikon did a fantastic job of contrasting light and dark and making an almost post-apocalyptical color scheme feel high end and inviting.
Number 2: Submarina studio by Savytskyy Design
Snow rendering scenes are notoriously difficult. This rendering successfully conveys the feeling of a cozy dwelling in a harsh environment. In contrast, they also did a beautiful day rendering that showcased the green elements of the building. Overall, a fantastic mix of mood, architecture, and showcasing the buildings features.
Number 3: Living Tower by RealSpace3D
With the growing global environmental movement, architects and designers are looking for new ways to incorporate green walls, roofs, and other vegetation. This project for Zauben shows how that can be incorporated into an urban skyline. Realspace did a great job of making the greenery the showcase of the building
Number 4: Orest Mykhalchuk
Orest Mykhalchuk did a great job of creating contrast. The warm light of the home against the cold blue mist. Although it is rare for a client to go for this stylized of a rendering, the work is exceptionally well done.
Number 5: Tree House Constantia by Yauhen Liashchynski
Yauhen Liashchynski did a phenomenal job with this project. The design is unique and exciting, but the scene and vegetation are exceptional. You can see the entire series on Ronen Bekerman. The whole rendering project has close up detailed shots along with several different weather and lighting conditions for the exterior. Overall exceptionally well done and well worth checking out.