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    #21

    good idea, nice render too
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    #22

    Great architectural solution!! Really well done.

    http://www.miralemkruho.com
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    #23



    @Goriyagee .. Thank you
    @sher3dwin .. Thank you very much
    @conan12a2 .. Thank you very much
    @miralem .. Thank you very much

    Thank you very much guys for your comments
    Last edited by shoaibshabir; 2013-07-11 at 07:13 PM.
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    #24

    very successful results, well done - what tree collection did you use for the palm trees?
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    #25

    Niiiceee!!! Love the renders.
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    #26

    woooooooooow Greeeeeeeeat project
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    #27

    Nice!
    Are the date palms modeled by you?
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    @Free Agent .. thank you We used evermotion archmodels vol.61 plants and trees thanks to evermotion.
    @JDMedia .. Thank you very much.
    @basset87 .. Thank you so much
    @Swegi .. No. We used evermotion archmodels vol.61 plants and trees Thank you

    Thank you guys
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    #29

    very nice work awsome render
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    #30

    amazing design love it....
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    #31

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: shoaibshabir
    @tman5487 thank you very much for your comment.. Habitat 67 has different concept. it is Diffuse limited aggregation by using a foam structure of weaire phelan.
    Ah ok, like this: http://archtech.gr/?p=46#more-46
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    @umair baloch .. Thak you
    @jay3design .. Thank you very much
    @tman5487 .. Yes

    Thank you guys
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    #33

    Don't really see that actually standing up but interesting idea. Not so keen on the instagram style photo effects.
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    #34

    great renders
    big project
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    @barrlley .. I was admiring your comment .. Its really helping to improve quality .. Thank you so much

    @shirefsmalltiger .. Thank you very much your comment
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    #36

    I really like the renders, great atmosphere. Can you tell something more about these project? What's the function of this building? Very interesting and original architecture.
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    #37

    Also agreed with one of the comments, good to see grasshopper implemented in great images! The post-processing work is great, helping give it a lived-in feel, which really sells it not only as an architectural visualisation, but also as an inhabitable place
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    #38

    Hi, I really like your structure!

    Check out some of my forms using Max and TopMod.

    http://www.abhominal.com

    Would really like to know how to use Rhino and Grasshopper.

    Cheers
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    #39

    wow.................!
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    @rdawlud ..Thank you very much, It is a high rise commercial building. The form of this building is derived from the diffuse limited aggregation with using the weaire phelan form structure as an easy way to construct high rise structures, because crystalline structures are self stabled (See attached image). National Aquatics Center of Beijing is a nice example of this kind of Architecture.

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