Museum visualization with Blender
The vast majority of projects related to architectural visualization has residential spaces as their main topic of interest. One of the reasons for that is because that is also the most common type of project for architects. You will find a much bigger demand for residential projects.
One type of project that we never featured here in Blender 3D Architect is a museum visualization with Blender.
Today you have the opportunity to check a beautiful project from digital artist Paulina Kochanowicz, which often appears in Blender 3D Architect with residential projects.
The project is a modernization of the old embassy of Lithuania in Warsaw, which will now be a museum.
If you visit the link, you will find a lot of images rendered in Cycles to show both the interior and exterior of the museum. Unlike a residential space that requires a lot of assets to give context to the scenes, you will see only a few objects scattered in the rooms.
For this particular project, the artist is using Blender Cycles for all renders.
Do you want to learn more about the artist's workflow? You can check an interview we did with Paulina Kochanowicz, which describes some of the workflow used to create the images.
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