Kindergarden in Germany

Images

Working on a competition is a great and also a stressful task: Many fresh and new ideas on one hand, tight deadlines and hectically changing conceptions on the other.

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Chocolate shop in London

Images, Interior

We all like chocolate… I don’t know if it makes to model a chocolate shop better but it was fun to work on this small project.

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Braun SK2 Radio

Images, Interior

I was looking for some classical designs – cool enough to make nice models of them. Finally I ended up with Braun’s electronic products. There are several very nice designs made by Dieter Rams. (They inspired among others several products of Apple.) One of them is this radio Braun SK2 designed in 1955.

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3d models – 3d printed

Blender, Featured, Images

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

Blender, Featured, Images

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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Nice modern hotel in Germany

Blender, Featured, Houses, Images

Even if your design in the preliminary phase it worth to have some nice image of it. Your client will understand it better he can imagine it better and he surely will like it more.   🙂

So when Vogt Architecten asked me to make some nice image of their cool simple modern design I was happy to do it. After having the model finished it was a little challenging to integrate it into the photo they made at the site but finally it came out nice. With the pleasant river bank, it became really attractive.

Design:
Vogt Architekten

Visuals:
Attila Balogh

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Storage transformed into stunning office space

Blender, Images, Interior

Do you have an old, dark, shabby storage located in the city? You can keep it as it is and can store your old tennis shoes and broken furniture there…

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Family villa interior

Blender, Featured, Housing, Images

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.

Housing, Images, Interior

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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Cultural centre in Budapest

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The point of this competition was to convert a bus/tram terminal into a cultural centre. The original terminal was a one-storeyed round building was built in 1944. Some additional areas had to be added so new levels must have been built/designed. Our entry was designed by Miklós Miltényi and Emese Virt  added another circular levels similar to the original building and the whole design was given some little more spin. On the extra levels a concert hall a bar and an exhibition area was formed accompanied with some terraces with nice view to the city.

My part was to make some visualisations as usual…

design by
Miklós M. Miltényi
Emese Virt

visualisation by
Attila Balogh