Quoting Glessner Group: Great job Gabriele!
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Quoting Matthew Spencer: Actually I quite like the composition! I really enjoy when a archviz composition is as much about the environment as it is about the building.
Gilles, I think this construction is quite feasible, thanks to the magic of structural steel
Quoting Gilles Murguet: Nice job, very pleasant to the eye, but technically impossible ... The center of gravity of the upper part is above the empty, it is like putting a book on a table where more than half would be above the empty, here falls ...
Quoting Marco Venturelli: bellissimo lavoro gabriele!ma vicino a milano ci sono quei boschi!)
gran tocco l'inserimento della luna!
Quoting Gilles Murguet: In this talk page it talks about problèmesde shear of the lower slab of the second floor due to "sharp point" and the buckling of the top slab of the second floor that could pose serious problems. It also speaks of prestressed concrete for bridges and as we see images of large parts overhanging the void but these parts are full (no empty part) and with a strong weight on the seated or in the case of bridges with cables to the overhang.
The concept can be done, but not in this case: no weight or cable system to bring the center of gravity above the first floor, not to mention the windows placed exactly where are the strongest constraints.
It is not the concept that is to review, it is the implementation which includes structural error.
The image itself remains great and the concept is enchanting ;-)
Quoting behzad yazdani: Which version of the 3D max?
Trees is the RPC?
Quoting Toby Humphrey: Gabriele - Can you tell us something about how you set up the sky? Superb render!
Quoting Gabriele Coi: [QUOTE=Toby Humphrey]Gabriele - Can you tell us something about how you set up the sky? Superb render!
Quoting Gabriele Coi:
“According to the laws of physics, hornets wouldn’t be able to fly. Hornets, however, don’t know this and fly anyway”
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