Architectural Massing Gallery
1:1500 presentation model of the Royal Bay Development , Vancouver Island, BC
Development model of the Wilden neighbourhood in Kelowna, scale 1:2000
This is a 1:500 scale presentation model designed for use in a sales center. It illustrates the master plan for a resort community. Because of the quite small scale, we made the buildings as solid painted massings, and then applied the doors and windows as color “dry transfer” graphics. We were, however, able to add some of the detail (note the posts and decorative framing).
This is a 1:500 scale presentation model designed for use in a sales center. It illustrates the master plan for a resort community. Because of the quite small scale we made the buildings as solid painted massings. We designed a technique using thread to show “vineyards” amongst the structures.
FIELD AND MARTIN
This is a 1:300 scale presentation model designed for use in a sales center. Because of the small scale it is cost-prohibitive to render the doors and windows in 3D. Instead, we made the buildings as solid painted massings and then applied the doors and windows as colored “dry transfer” graphics. The dry transfers are made from files we draw that are based on the architectural drawings of our clients.
CONVENTION CENTRE MODEL
Overall model size approx 5' x 6' Clients: Marathon Developments Downs Archambault & Partners Architects/ Planners
PRESENTATION ORIENTATION MODEL
Model is approximately 14 feet in diameter and features fibre optic street lighting, an illuminated shoreline and viewer operated zone lighting.
WEST VANCOUVER MASSING MODEL
The detailed topographic base is airbrushed to a naturalistic finish. The detailed rockwork is carved into the base. All buildings are simple massings, some with character articulation
CHURCH MASSING MODEL
Client: RMC Architects
This massing church with dry transfer glazing features a lift-off roof to show a massing interior.
TOWER MASSING MODEL
Client: Bosa Developments
Perkins & Company Architects
This is a typical Massing Model. The site buildings are articulated and highlighted in a lighter paint colour. The context buildings are very simple masses and painted in a darker colour, as is the topographic base