WeatherheadArchitecture_Renderstyle_GCH11 Oct 2014

Visualisation ‘Styles’

I read an article a few days ago talking about visulisation styles that architects use. I was quite interested in this. Unfortunately the article itself wasn't exactly what i was expecting, however, it did make me think about the visuals i have produced over the years. I used to have a certain way that i created visuals. They were sketch renders with a lot of collage work and desaturated colours. I saw architectural visuals as

WeatherheadArchitecture_Blog_Autumn30 Sep 2014

Autumn

Its Autumn and the trees are turning. A few renders in the Terrace building overlooking Hallandsas. I am currently looking at the difference between the artlantis render engine and the maxwell 3 engine. The scenes are slightly different in terms of geometry etc but its a good way to test advantages and disadvantages of the different software. I used the same hdri for both and post processed the autumn sky into the scene which is

WA_Blog_Process11 Sep 2014

Workflow

Background As an Architect i have to be conscious about my time, aware of the results i want to achieve, and work with a structured process in order to deliver them. I believe i may be guilty of spending too much time designing. Having said that i believe the process that i adopt is extremely efficient and therefore can literally buy me time. I believe functional design makes our world a better place. I also

skummeslovs angar18 Apr 2014

Skummeslövs Ängar

After many months we have finally gone public with our project in Sweden.  Skummeslövs Ängar, (which translates to Skummeslövs Meadows) is a residential development situated on the west coast of Sweden, about 90 minutes from Copenhagen. The project involves a large masterplan with a variety of different zones. At the centre of the masterplan is the nature park, which acts like a green lung and connects the zones together. Although villa plots are available to

Architechnology17 Feb 2014

Architechnology

  I believe great design really makes people's lives better. Although Great design can be seen all around us, what does this really mean in terms of architecture? Many people would probably judge whether architecture is  'great' just because of its appearance.  Is that not 'great' design? I disagree. Great design to me is when something is ultimately great at what its meant to do. How many buildings can say they are great at what they do? We

Båstad Tennis Week

The Skummeslövs Ängar project is making a visible contribution at the Båstad tennis week, (the Swedish Open). We have hired a hut overlooking the harbour. Its a great way to show off the project and get some locals understanding what we are