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Contemporary Tea House 2

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Project by N225095 posted 01-21-2010 02:52 AM 3100 views 0 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

(3D Modelling 2 / Nirmana Ruang 2)
For each assignment we have to make a series of models. These are also abstract models for the tea house project but made from several different materials. They are all study models. They are not having necessarily looking like tea house, concept taken from tea house, parts of tea house and such. All using recycled material. :)





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#1 posted 01-21-2010 02:55 AM

Unique Idea

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#2 posted 01-21-2010 03:01 AM

Pretty cool.
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#3 posted 01-21-2010 03:11 AM

Thank you for the kind welcome and comments :)

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#4 posted 01-21-2010 04:26 AM

Very interesting projects that you’ve created….I wish I was that imaginative / creative : )
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#5 posted 01-21-2010 04:28 AM

I like this.

The exercises that you are doing in class develop a sense of understanding how forms, proportion, and space interact with each other.

Mass creates a “feeling” that is not always understood or translated in a hand drawing or even a correctly proportioned 3D computer drawing. Mass has presence that drawings do not.

Getting this experience is critical to develop an understanding of how a drawing will actually translate into a real object.

I learned by remodeling houses, but I wish that I had a formal education since I am self-taught.

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#6 posted 01-22-2010 03:40 PM

awesome.
I love how the mat wraps around and becomes the wall.. (or that’s how I am seeing it, anyway).

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#7 posted 01-22-2010 10:35 PM

@ms debbie – yes! that is what i try to show :) creating urm room(?)

@Todd and Prariefire – Yes model making is a crucial part to becoming good designer or architect :)
Computers though are amazing.. some ideas are are much too complicated to be drawn you get confused where to begin and even the model making is so hard. Sometimes first rendering with computer is nice because mistake is easily erased, once you get step or way understanding where to start then making model is so much easier and it can come out perfect. If you start making model first (this for complicated projects) and sometimes measurements are wrong , structure collapse or is unbalanced and its a pain to have to cut again and also much material is wasted. My dean said that great thing about computer rendering is you can bluff which you cannot do when doing things manually, many great architect are crap at drawing or model making and this gets in the way of them presenting their sometimes extraordinary ideas.. computers if you can master certain softwares are amazing help!

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