Weekend house interior

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This one was an old design of mine – OK, together with some really talented colleges from MM Works architect studio – with some hope that one day it may be realized in real life.
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3d models – 3d printed

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We always talking about ‘3d models’ – yes and then we see it on the screen or in print. Very nice but it has nothing to do with 3d. It’s actually 2d all the time. So what to do? If we have a 3d model, let’s print it in 3d! I made a try but I didn’t want to buy a 3d printer for this so I used 3d Hubs – a service which connects people who want to make 3d prints and the ones who owns a 3d printer. My print was made with an Ultimaker Plus. So I only needed to go there and pick up my print. Here are the images. How do you like it?

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Two private projects

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It’s great not to have time for private projects – it means that you have a lot to do. …But… It’s great to have time for a private project – because you can experiment with new things and develop your skills without worrying about the deadlines and client’s expectations. So you can decide if it is great or not that I had the time to experiment with to private projects – two exteriors.

The first is started as just a garden scene – the aim was to test the different elements of an exterior scene. Then I added a very simple building and gradually developed it with details and materials.
The other is an old design of me – not built yet but there is some hope that it will be built someday. For this one I wanted to achieve the famous ‘blue hour’ effect which is very popular among the landscape and architecture photographers.

For both scenes, I added a more intense Photoshop treatment for extra mood and effects.

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Guest house in the contryside

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A real nice and cosy guest house in the countryside somewhere in Hungary. A really nice place for spending your weekend! The great design is made by Miklós Miltényi and Katalin Iványi.
Time was short for this so the visuals made in just a few hours based on the architect’s model originally made with ArchiCad. It’s a great opportunity to import these models and make great images of them in just a few hours!

Design:
Miklós Miltényi
Katalin Iványi

Visuals:
Attila Balogh

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Draw some attention Vol. 3.

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This time, we try to turn a – really very nice :-/ – design from the late 80’s into a little more up-to-date wine bar. (Wine bars are getting popular nowadays in Budapest.) It’s just a conception so no very much detail yet. Let’s hope that client will like it so we can go further…

Design by
Miklós Miltényi
Attila Balogh

Visuals by
Attila Balogh

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Pimp my Plan

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So we have some plans – nice but a little boring for some presentation purpose. With some Photoshop treatment, they can be better – some nice shadows and colours added to the original lines and hatches and Voila!

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Family villa interior

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Making some renders as a private project. The house itself was ready – you can find it on the blog – and I used it for playing with new render engine Cycles. It worked quite well – reached more than 7000 visits on Blenderartist forum and was chosen for the ‘Forum Gallery’ and for ‘Render of the Week‘ by BlenderNews. I hope you’ll like it too… 🙂

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Draw some attention Vol. 2.

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Here is a new residential project by David Long Architects. This time we have a traditional English family house to convert something much more interesting.

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Family Villa in Budapest

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A very nice family villa on the calm hilly Buda side of the city designed by Miklós Miltényi and Emese Virt.
Visuals by me.

design by
Miklós M. Miltényi
Emese Virt

visualisation by
Attila Balogh

Draw some attention

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Some new pictures which are made quite fast – they were made to illustrate a family house concept for a new client. We succeeded so some more to come later. Design by David Long.

 

Design by
David Long Architects

Visual by
Attila Balogh