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  1. Studio/Institution: DeStefano Partners (closed) Client: NA Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3ds Max and IRAY Website: http://www.joshpabst.com Description: I did the CG on this project in late 2011. I can finally share it, as the office I was working for at the time, DeStefano Partners, is no longer around. So, no, this project will not be moving forward--at least not looking like this. This 111 West Wacker project has a lot of news and hubub circling it, but your guess is as good as mine as to what will be built there in the hopefully near future. Regardless of what the ultimate and final design is, it will be better than the shell of concrete that rests there now. The site has been an eye sore on Chicago's river for nearly four years. Enjoy! Below are some additional renderings for the project.
  2. Studio/Institution: smdp Client: smdp Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3ds Max and IRAY Website: http://www.joshpabst.com Description: This is my first time posting to cgarchitect--probably not the last either! I'm fairly new to the site, but love what I'm seeing here. Lot's of great inspirational work. This is a project I recently rendered at our Chicago office. I wanted to share this primarily because, other than levels, there is almost no photoshop work done here. Normally I get fairly heavy-handed in the post-processing, but because we needed to do some animation, I tried to take the actual 3D as far as I could in the 1-2 days I had to work with it.
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