Tokio house la suite…

Not to say I am really done with this study case I had to do a few more shots. I really wanted to try a rendering from the the bathroom looking up at the terace. I am very impressed by the project, even though it looks really closed from the outside it is really light and open when you have a virtual chance to take a look at it from the inside. It is really rare to see in such a small housing project spaces that are so smoothly connected to one another. You really get the feeling that you are taking your bath in the sky. And just after you can take a sun bath!


Concerning the CG work this image had just a bit of lens effect and no more. It is amazing how working with Maxwellrender makes the rendering process easier just by being able to control the different light sources, using its multilight function along the rendering. No tweaking and hit render again.

I am now working on the last image a perspective from the sleeping room.

Untill then enjoy !


Tokio house la suite…

As the project goes on and the renderings are on their way I can show a first image of main space.

Finalcuisine-01 Finalcuisine-01_Snapseed

As always I can’t resist and publish both colored and black and white renderings.

Tokio House la suite…

I guess now it is time to see this project from its first level looking up at the terace. I really love the way the staircase works and connects all the volumes of the house. So in such a small space one can still manage to have a volume floating in the air.


Tokyo house

Even though I was quite happy with this first picture I found that a few things could be tweaked a bit. First I decided to change a bit the lightning and the composition in order to get a smoother and homogeneous atmosphere. I have some other renderings on their way that I will post as soon as possible.


Of course I can’t resist to show you its black and white variante


A tribute to A.L.X architects

I was always fascinated by modern japanese houses. As a private project I decided to reconstruct a house in Tokyo that made a real impression on me. It is something that I had in mind a long time ago and last week I had a schedual opportunity to work on it. It is still a work in progress and I will post some more perspectives as they will be done. Nevertheless here is one of the first shot that I post proceeded in black and white.


The very minmalistic use of concrecte and white surface defines the grammar of its interior spaces and still the way the volumes play with one another and the way they connect to the staircase makes it a very complexe and rich space to explore. So just wait for the next renderings…