Final for my digital representation class: representation of Tadao Ando’s Azuma House. I also did a more in-depth precedent analysis of the house for studio, and it’s been fun studying it for the semester. It’s really a neat little piece of minimalist architecture, especially considering its Japanese urban context.
4’x2’ board. Plans/sections done in AutoCad and Illustrator; renderings modeled in Sketchup, rendered in Podium, and processed in Photoshop (these are the first I’ve ever done, and I’m pretty happy with how they turned out!)
Tagged as: My work. Architecture. Architecture school. Tadao Ando. Azuma House. Azuma. Japan. rendering. digital rendering. podium. sketchup.
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