Articles in Architecture

Creating Rugs with V-Ray for 3ds Max

TILTPIXEL Partner and artist - Ramy Hanna - explores the creation of realistic 3D rugs in his latest V-Ray for 3ds Max tutorial.

V-Ray for Unreal: Catering to Our Users' Needs

Got questions about the new V-Ray for Unreal beta? Here's an introduction to its capabilities, what this new product is all about, where it is right now, and what we are working on.

Ishou Keikaku: Architecture in V-Ray for Modo

V-Ray for Modo has become an essential part of Ishou Keikaku’s architecture pipeline. Find out why they started using it, and how V-Ray helps them create great images every time.

Infographic: VR Takes Over Architecture

How many architects are using VR? And which software are they using? Find out with our handy illustration.

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V-Ray 3.6 for Rhino: A giant leap forward for 3D visualizers

To celebrate the launch of V-Ray 3.6 for Rhino, we invite arch viz expert Federico to tell us about his favorite features.

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Neoscape goes 4K stereo for Ba Dai Tou

The idea of producing a 4K, stereoscopic arch viz film against a tight deadline would be enough to send most arch viz companies running to the hills. Here’s how Neoscape did it – with a little help from V-Ray.

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Designing beautiful bathrooms with ViSoft and V-Ray

V-Ray AppSDK helps ViSoft’s Premium Photo Tuning software take the guesswork out of bathroom design.

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Brick Visual talks Arch Viz and VR

Arch viz master, app developer, VR pioneer… Is there anything Brick Visual can’t do?

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Ciro Sannino Teaches V-Ray

Discover how this tutor's approach to V-Ray for 3ds Max has made him a star of arch viz.

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Uniform on Calatrava’s Peninsula Place

How Uniform used V-Ray and VR to visualize London's most promising new development.

Tomorrow takes on Gensler’s Gateway Tower

Swedish arch viz company uses V-Ray to render design for US’s tallest building.

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V-Ray User Group: London

Our first UK user event was completely awesome. Find out more — and see how to get involved with the next one.

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Tomorrow - Hyperloop One

Learn how revered arch viz studio Tomorrow approached the visuals for revolutionary new public transportation project Hyperloop One.

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Set Pieces: Drawbotics Illustrates Popular TV Shows

Axel Guzman on fun floorplans for everything from Brooklyn Nine-Nine to Silicon Valley.

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Pushing boundaries with Diakrit

Creative lead for new construction Zac Arato on reimagining the world.

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Forbes Massie - Heatherwick Studio’s Vessel

Fine art meets arch viz in this seductive, painterly imagery.

Michal Nowak

We talk to this Polish artist about his spectacular architectural images.

Double Aye

The rebellious studio which is turning arch viz upside down.

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Nordic Office of Architecture - Arch Viz for Airports

We talk to visualization director Knut Ramstad about this exciting company and its work on the world’s busiest airport.

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The Boundary – Renzo Piano

V-Ray adds a touch of zen to Renzo Piano’s 87 Park.

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Floodslicer's Photographic Approach to Digital Images

How V-Ray has helped this Australian architectural visualization company create amazing pics and flicks.

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GENSLER – A Conversation with Senior Associate Jorge Barrero

Jorge tells Chris Nichols how Gensler has influenced architecture and design visualization.

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BIG – Creativity Comes From Saying Yes

Architects have the exciting challenge of bringing a building to life, before it is truly brought to life. We spoke with designer Alessandro Ronfini about BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group, about how they’ve taken design to new levels.

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Steelblue – San Francisco in VR

Founder O’Brien Chalmers explains how his communication company has moved beyond the physical and into the virtual.