French Riviera Apartment interior visualisation for the company Fenstar catalogue.
Seychelles holiday resort
I've been working with K2 atelier for a while now, but this project visualisation was something special, since I haven't done a large-scale aerial shot in a while and getting all the variety of the plants for both the jungle and the garden was a real challenge. Anyways, with all the trees, bushes, grass and shingles on the roof being real geometry, the scene ended up being 9.6 Billion polygons, but this allowed me to spend more time worrying about color corrections and less about finding the right photos of tropical trees to use in the matte paint.
The city of Zilina, Slovakia, announced an architectural competition for a new lookout tower on top of the Duben ridge, that dominates the city. In a cooperation with the K2 atelier from Nitra, this design of a minimalist wooden tower was our entry.
St. Joseph's church conservation
Keeping track of volumes of masonry has always been a difficult task, with stones of irregular shapes and sizes making it no easier. The remains of the baroque church of St. Joseph in Nitra, Slovakia, were no exception to this rule, but modern technologies help making it much easier. 3D-scanning the before and after states of several parts of the remaining masonry, that have been worked on, and then subtracting the previous geometry from the new one allowed me to provide the investor with volume calculations, that would not have been possible with traditional methods. The added volumes of masonry can be seen highlighted in orange on the renderings.
As part of an ongoing cooperation with K2 atelier, I made the visuals for the first phase of a project of a chain of regional recreational facilities in Slovakia. Aerial shots are never easy and since the areas are mainly forest, replicators had to be used heavily.
Laurel & Hardy
I was contracted by Martin Procházka from Cadrender to post-produce the renderings of a business twin-towers project named Laurel & Hardy in Košice, Slovakia. While unfamiliar render outputs and a tight deadline presented a formidable challenge, working on someone else's renders allowed me to gain a new perspective on post-production, as I was able to detach myself completely from the work, that has previously been done in 3d.
A medical facility in Nitra, Slovakia, was looking to expand their current establishment. As part of the project, I helped Ing.arch. Mgr.art. Tatiana Kopková design it and made the visual for the conversion of an old and unused boiler room into a modern conference room, while preserving the attractive vintage industrial look.