Allandale House by William O'Brien Jr.
Some recent work from me.
Furniture & props:
I was responsible for choosing all the furniture, in the end I settled on:
3 legged chair by Hans Wegner (the red/black one): http://www.turbosquid.com/3d-models/...-3d-max/504075
Steelwood dining chairs by Rowan & Erwan Bouroullec: http://www.turbosquid.com/FullPrevie....cfm/ID/523171
PX04 pendant by Metalarte: http://www.designconnected.com/catalog/product/1776
PP 85 table by Hans Wegner: http://www.designconnected.com/catalog/product/3897
PP 512 Folding Chair by Hans Wegner: http://www.designconnected.com/catalog/product/3456
Hunting Chair by Børge Mogensen: http://www.designconnected.com/catalog/product/864
Plywood Moosehead by Vlaemsch : http://www.designconnected.com/catalog/product/2145
and the Jean Prouvé barstool I modelled myself.
Thanks to Bertrand Benoit for letting me use his excellent books and to speltospel for the grasshopper lamp model!
The trees were modelled from scratch using onyxtree and referring to photos provided by the client. There are 4 types of large tree and a few smaller ones. The bracken (ferns) were modelled from photos too, they are just planes with bend modifiers and a decent diffuse and opacity map. The grasses were from previous projects. The overall look and feel was directed by the client, it was very refreshing to work with a client who wanted to do things a bit differently.
The scene was lit by a single vray dome light with one of my own HDR skies: http://3docean.net/item/hdri-1008-cl...?ref=paguthrie
Info about the project at the architect's website: http://www.wojr.org/work/allandale-house/
On Archdaily: http://www.archdaily.com/58210/allan...iam-obrien-jr/
a selection of high res images on my blog: http://www.peterguthrie.net/blog/201...ale-interiors/