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Very nice modernization of a worn old building. I especially like the interior design with all the curves, even though it might be a bit unpractical in someplaces. What software did you use for renders? I think this model would deserve a bit better renders. Great job on the model anyways!
 

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It was designed mainly to feel organic and connected to nature rather than be purely functional, since there was enough space to sacrifice some practicality.

I used the built in Revit rendering system. This was a crit project so I didn't have time to make really high quality renderings unfortunately. I might make some later.
 

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Hotel and Spa in Kitchener

Facade retention of existing heritage building


Street View


Lobby


Atrium and staircase to patio, and below to basement spa


Patio


Basement spa


Behind the green wall (sauna rooms)


Hotel hallway


Hotel room


Penthouse Suite


Penthouse Suite 2
 

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Some renders from my thesis project!

Basically the objective was to make an abandoned post-industrial site bordered by a freeway, canal and train yard into a safe and comfortable park.
The building is a library and work space, with a cafe, art gallery, rowing club and event hall, and designed to block off the highway from the park.
You can also climb up on the green roofs.

The current site: Uninviting and full of garbage


My design:




























 

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Design for a summer house in the Icelandic countryside. The idea is to maximise space with as little disruption of the terrain as possible. Cantilevered on a concrete plinth with a CLT and steel frame. The angular shape is inspired by the volcanic rock formations throughout Iceland. The green roof and charred timber siding are traditional practices in Icelandic architecture. Still working on a few more renders for this.

IcelandRender1Final.jpg
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Personally I think it would look better without the sharp edge, for example if the last ~2m of it were removed. Interesting concept though.
 

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The interior shot is great!
 
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