WeatherheadArchitecture_Blog_ButterflyCorner12 Dec 2014

Residential Architecture

Its sometimes hard to create a single image that captures what a building will be like, as it will change depending on the season and the time of day. Here is a couple of views showing the Butterfly square building at various times of the day. find us on facebook find us on Google Look at our project Butterfly

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