Nov. 23, 2011
tags : 3D Rendering categories: 3D Rendering
We recently completed a project rendering a proposed sustainable urban farm, a contest entry for the use of a city-owned lot in Atlanta. The farm would be an innovative blend of form and function, with footpaths and benches from which you could admire the hydroponic system, the block-long mural, or the solar sunflowers – which provide free wireless internet and charging stations, all solar powered.
From a rendering standpoint, it was a great project. It combined interesting design with lots of water and plant life that made the final images really pop.
As with our eco-tourism rendering project, rendering helped to get a sense of the impact the development would have on the environment in a way normal plans can’t achieve. In this case, it also showed off the aesthetics of the design beautifully.
Hopefully our visualizations help our clients win their contract. Their design is great, we wish them the best of luck.