We have a position for a junior full time visualiser to join our team of experienced arch viz specialists.
The candidate will have a sound knowledge of 3D Studio Max. Whilst we render with the VRAY engine, it is not essential for you to have prior knowledge of VRAY. You will be given training from our visualisers in-house.
Again, whilst its not essential to the position, knowledge of animation and Photoshop will be advantageous.
We are based in Altrincham, South Manchester, at the end of the Metrolink network.
Interested? Email your interest at email@example.com
We are on the hunt for some top 3d modellers who can help us with a whole host of tasty schemes. Ideally using 3DS Max you can either work in the office with us or from home. If you are up for it please make contact with me by sending through your portfolio and rates to firstname.lastname@example.org
This image was created for our client Purcell who are marketing a £70m home in Eaton Square, London. One of the few substantial city centre properties with it’s own courtyard and garden space. Purcell will be taking it to this years MIPIM held annually in Cannes.
If you sent this in the post in the last few days, I’m afraid the envelope was ripped and there was nothing in there. Can you call me please, or post it again. Thank you 🙂
Thanks to all who came along to our office launch party – Work in Progress!
We transformed our studio into a gallery for one night to exhibit a record of a selection of projects chosen demonstrate our capabilities at various scales and sectors and what they have in common is that they are all a result of collaborative working – both within the team and externally with the consultants, clients and contractors, many of whom came on the night.
As well as the exhibition, all our guests enjoyed a colourful selection of homemade food, lovingly prepared by ourselves. The evening carried on into the early hours at the House Bar in Goose Green with live music and a few too many drinks for some!
We are already making plans for the next event in 2011; we’ll keep you posted…
Whilst we’ve been working on the Stadium for Liverpool Football Club several years now, (and achieved several planning applications) but we’ve also been working on Stanley Park which is a project that is very much landscape led. The Gladstone Conservatory has been completed, and we’re hoping that one day the stadium will also be realised.