This video proposal by OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture) illustrates how an architect approaches and creates a design. Presented a few years earlier, the piece still shows an innovative use of 3D modeling and animation. Instead of a hyper-photorealistic walkthrough, the project and its development in the studio is the focus. Watch as the project's components are broken down, configured and reconfigured, and placed in its context:
By Sun Kim
Posting in Architecture
OMA's lively video proposal reveals how architects can use computer technology to better illustrate their design process.
Aug 3, 2011