A couple of pleasing images of a project called “Swiss pavilion” from our ex-student Matthias Ryntowt.
The project is called Swiss pavilion
This is my first project after attending the Masterclass and actually it is also my first project ever. It took me a while to recap everything we have learnt at State of Art Academy, but in the end – I think – it was very worth to take the time and do it thoroughly. I’m very proud of the results now. As my first scene I didn’t want to make it too complicated, but as an enthusiastic architect my claim was also very high. I decided to make something smaller than a single-family house, but big enough to show some architectural considerations.
As a great fan of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, one of the most significant architects of modern architecture, I was inspired by his work in Barcelona and Berlin. After designing the pavilion I invested a lot of time in the environment. I made a lot of tests with Forest Pack and also integrated some Megascans assets. In the meantime I started in a very early stage to work with Photoshop to see how it could look like in the end. This helps me a lot to find the right composition and mood, which was by the way the most difficult part.
Software used: 3DS Max, Forest Pack, Megascans, Marvelous Designer, V-Ray and of course a lot of Photoshop magic.
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