Roberto sent us this exquisite visualisation of Richard Meier’s Jubilee Church, Rome. Roberto built the model in Autocad architecture (ex architectural desktop) with rendering and animation via 3d studio max 9 using the internal mental ray release 3.5.
It is a beautiful animation that makes a very timely post as its Christmas Day 🙂
According to ever informative ArcSpace, the parish church ‘for the year 2000’ was conceived as a new center for a somewhat isolated housing quarter on the outskirts of Rome. The triangular site is doubly articulated to divide the sacred realm to the south, where the nave is located, from the secular precinct to the north, and to separate the pedestrian approach from the east from the parking lot to the west.
You can download a high resolution version of the movie via http://www.megaupload.com/?d=6DCSIAJ8