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    Nothing ado about much Exception's Avatar
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    I set my tree on fire

    Bored in architecture studio.
    I got asked about emergency vehicle access in my urban planning scheme.
    I thought, I'll visualise it for them.

    I removed all squirrels from the tree, and lit it. Simple.
    The guys in the fire truck were getting lunch though, so they're not doing much.
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    Well, you certainly have an imagination. Im glad the squirrels made it out alive, the casualties could have been tragic! Anyway, nice render, interesting architecture, and nice fire.
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    mmmmmmm...squirrels + fire = lunch!!


    hey..what an ugly house, is it made for the squirrels?....cant imagine living it it, the many "platforms" would for sure block the sun and view for everyone in the house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Pete*
    hey..what an ugly house, is it made for the squirrels?....cant imagine living it it, the many "platforms" would for sure block the sun and view for everyone in the house.
    Not the view, just the sun in summer, you know, so you don't need airconditioning.
    It's also not a house, but an 18 story apartment building. The platforms break the scale down a lot, and offer terraces and gardens...
    It's a bit exaggerated to show relationships with the urban context, but this was just a test render I had some fun with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exception
    Not the view, just the sun in summer, you know, so you don't need airconditioning.


    I live in Norway...the land of the sunworshippers

    a few months ago i lived in a dark apartment that rarely got any sun in it, while it was very good for using Lightwave, or any other computer program, it was horrible for the mood.

    then we bought and moved in to a new apartment, we get the sun all day, all year...we see the sunset, the city, 180 degree of the sky + horizon.

    i just cant get used with how awesome it is to live there, using computer is near impossible at daytime...but its worth it for the mood and bragging rights.


    thats why i reacted on your render...it is pretty stylish visually, like art..not necessarily beatiful, but stylish anyway, id have nothing against my neighbours having such houses heheheh.

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    Wow, Tom and it sure does have a mighty fine sense of scale too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeVee
    Wow, Tom and it sure does have a mighty fine sense of scale too!

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    Well, why, now that you mention it, indeed!
    How astute, and totally unexpected your fine words have fallen upon our burning foliage...

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    Haha! I love it!

    Interesting Building.
    I like the two color leaves on the tree too.

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    I like those trees on Roof of building . I though I saw squirrels running out of sight before you set fire .
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