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ARCAFORMA POMONA APARTMENT RENDERINGS

 

pomona apartments architectural renderings

This apartment complex situated in the suburbs of Pomona had recently been approved by the planning commission and neighborhood council after months of back and forth design negotiations. This although standard practice now in the world of architecture poses the question as to who the real architect in new developments shaping the urban landscape are?

Many cities impose what are known as design criteria which is then evaluated by a board of often non design related professionals who proceed to tear apart every design feature added to the building. In situations such as these full realistic renderings pose the greatest harm compared to hand sketches/colored renderings. When full realistic renderings are presented before these neighborhood council boards the average Joe will pick apart every tree species a renderer has placed into the scene. Yet when presented an abstracted hand sketched rendering the public typically reacts to the building with more leniency.

As Wes Jones once told me “if you are going to make it look real it has to look the part. If not make it as abstract and fake as possible otherwise it just looks wrong”.

3D DESIGNED / PRINTED LAMP

 

3D DESIGN / PRINTED LAMP
3D DESIGN / PRINTED LAMP 

Originally conceived in November of 2015 the Pawn lamp is a 3D Designed / Printed Lamp. Inspired by the retro futuristic ideas spawned during the Metabolism movement of the 1960’s, the lamp is intended to use modulated single cast forms as a direct result of its 3D printed uprising.

DESIGN + BUILD

SHADOW HILLS, CA - DECEMBER 19,  2012 - Portholes designed to be use as drums, seen from the outside of The Music Cabin, which is part of The Cabin Project at Shadow Hills Riding Club, December 19, 2012. The project has been in process for a year and a half and was designed and built by Woodbury University architecture students for the Shadow Hills Riding Club, a program for Equine Assisted Therapies. Students were given ready-made sheds from Lowe's and asked to make a sleeping cabin for two. (Photo by Ricardo DeAratanha).
SHADOW HILLS, CA – DECEMBER 19, 2012 – Portholes designed to be use as drums, seen from the outside of The Music Cabin, which is part of The Cabin Project at Shadow Hills Riding Club, December 19, 2012. The project has been in process for a year and a half and was designed and built by Woodbury University architecture students for the Shadow Hills Riding Club, a program for Equine Assisted Therapies. Students were given ready-made sheds from Lowe’s and asked to make a sleeping cabin for two.
(Photo by Ricardo DeAratanha).