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  1. Studio/Institution: ZOA Client: Gábor & Svejkovszky Architects Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3dsmax, vray, Photoshop Website: http://zoa3d.com Description: Hello All, I haven't posted images for a long time now. Here's a new project our studio - ZOA - has finished recently. I'm wondering if Zoa’s mission in this project was difficult rather because of the surroundings, than the representation of the quality architecture. Good thing is that it is possible to make such computer generated images where vegetation is not awkward any more but rather actually brings out the architectural design. Working together with architects and landscape designers resulted in beautiful natural landscape. Of course, a huge number of data that has to be dealt with. The latter slowed down the process and made our work particularly difficult. Dealing with so much of data – i.e. meaning millions of polygons - forced us to create and use tons of maxscripts. This was definitely worth it’s time; we could avoid spending time with the repetitive mechanical tasks and focus on the substance. Hope You like the images: More images can be seen here: http://zoa3d.com/residential-architectural-visualization-budapest-volgy-utca/
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