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    AAndres Rendering Competiton - correntes

    Here is the place were the updated work is !








    Last edited by correntes; 2010-07-29 at 02:54 PM.
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    Nice!
    I like the idea!
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    Hello Guys,

    Well finally i have a little free time to start this challenge...

    I'm seeing alot of good work already, so i just hope to catch you guys fast.


    My starting point its a private library were LIGHT have a big role. (just like my past participation in interior competition here in evermotion.)

    You can check it :

    http://www.evermotion.org/vbulletin/...ad.php?t=79517

    Has always i start the modeling in autocad.


    The library its nothing more than a "donut" of AANDRES FRANKPRO with a exterior patio in its center.

    I gonna try to make the architecture as neutral as possible so the FRANKPRO can be the center of attention.

    Here it is some rough sketches








    Quote:
    Originally posted by: StahlgrenDesign
    Nice!
    I like the idea!
    Thanks

    Here it is an update !


    AAndres i have a question,

    Im using the Frank Pro 10_7 and i have an issue:

    Can i use the shelve side by side with only 1cm of distance ? I think not because the feet... i need at least a gap of 4cm between the laterals of each shelf.

    Am i right ?
    Last edited by correntes; 2010-07-12 at 04:31 PM.
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    Very nice concept!! Good luck!
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: correntes
    Thanks

    Here it is an update !


    AAndres i have a question,

    Im using the Frank Pro 10_7 and i have an issue:

    Can i use the shelve side by side with only 1cm of distance ? I think not because the feet... i need at least a gap of 4cm between the laterals of each shelf.

    Am i right ?
    Correct, the gap is 4 cm using non connected shelves. Why do you not want to connect them using just one middle panel?
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: annkos1980
    Very nice concept!! Good luck!
    Thanks ! I appreciate those words. You have a wonderful work.



    Quote:
    Originally posted by: aandres
    Correct, the gap is 4 cm using non connected shelves. Why do you not want to connect them using just one middle panel?
    Ah the connection is possible ? I tough it wasn't due the huge dimensions.

    Is there any example ? I mean, they are 2 shelve then they are connected with a panel (performing 3 panels together) or the 2 shelve share 1 panel blending seamless ?


    Thanks for the attention.
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    Dimension is not an issue: Frank Pro is the solution. See this link on how it is connected.

    http://www.aandres.com/en/pictures/frank-pro/

    See the pictures for a look of the real thing:

    http://www.aandres.com/en/pictures/
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    Update:

    OK, right now I'm adjusting the principal materials and working on the perspectives.

    Once i have them stabilized gonna work on some details, like artificial light in the interior and some elements on the patio.

    The key i guess is to keep the attention on the furniture and its significance in the space, so it don't turn out another interior visualization.

    I'm not happy yet with the current result.
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    Update:

    Another view this time with a tree in the patio.
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    Update:

    Added some more detail in patio and changed the floor material and technic.

    Before i was using a texture simply applied on a surface and now i'm using geometry.
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    Did you consider a sunset view? Right now, I see mainly sunlight reflections.
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    Actually i didn't...

    3rd view gonna be a dusk shot.

    Now that i think in it maybe i change one of this views to a sunset.
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    aandres i have a question that have been boring me all day.

    What you think about the views from the furniture seller point of view?

    To much space and to little furniture ?

    I don't wanna fall in the mistake of turning this in "another" interior visualization.
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    Let me answer this question in a more general way: Basically, there are different ways of presenting furniture:

    Variation A) Nothing but the piece, with minimalistic lighting, no atmosphere, being as neutral as possible.

    http://usm.com/produkte/index.php?lang=de&country=de

    Variation B) Be funny and personal, show the piece in the daily life, be as much "real life" as you can:

    http://www.vitra.com/en-gb/

    Variation C) Show your piece as the main object surrounded by objects of daily life, but always matching your object's inherent quality.

    http://montana.dk/de/Living/Inspiration/

    At AAndres, we are searching our unique way to present our furniture, this is one reason we do this contest. We ask the creative people on this planet to show us THEIR personal way to see and show AAndres.

    We are eager to see your new and different suggestions.
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    update:

    some other views

    still don't know how gonna be the presentation of the furniture...
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    Update.


    Well, this is the only furniture (oh and the Louis Poulsen pendants too) that gonna populate the renders (other than AAndres of coarse).


    And i finally elaborate a strategy concept to the AAndres furniture presentation.

    3 images, 3 feelings, 3 noble ways of addressing the furniture and the philosophy behind it. At least the way i see it.



    Something in the lines of:


    AAndres Frank Pro Timeless

    AAndres Frank Pro In action

    AAndres Frank Pro Exquisite




    Cya
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    Hi guys!

    Update.

    Just some test crops from the images.
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    I like how AAndres becomes a pattern and is a part of the light reflections
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    well thanks !

    actually the space was designed based in the Frank Pro measures. I liked the subversion of the space constructed to the furniture...

    For instance the stereotomy of the "litracon" inner facades are aligned with the shelves and vertical panels of the Frank Pro, so does the window frames...

    Just hope that "unity" stand out in the final images. Because the coexistence of the space with the furniture was a self imposition.

    I'm still guiding by the concept, 3 images, 3 perceptions of the furniture.
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    Please make sure you use the credit line "EVERMOTION & AAndres rendering competition 2010 final entry ... full name", design as in this sample:

    http://www.evermotion.org/vbulletin/...4&d=1277405414

    This helps us a lot and also makes it easier to give YOU credit when we publish this pictures online or in the planned book.
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