Presenting the work of our Senior 3D artist who uses digital technology to convey feelings, impressions and sights that he experiences in daily life.
A brief reflection on Kengo Kuma’s finalist proposal created for the Shenzhen Opera House competition – from an archviz perspective
Through this newly created web page, we aim to show another side of the team by presenting non-commissioned art we create in our free time.
We are looking for 3D artists with different levels of work experience to join Brick Visual
Zaha Hadid Architects was announced as the winner of the competition to build Tower C, in the heart of Shenzhen’s buzzing business center. We are unbelievably proud to be part of this cooperation and to illustrate their extraordinary design concept.
A little glimpse into 8 years of Brick Visual. A birthday post.
Would you like to take a peek into the alchemy of high-end image creation? Our BrickDown series is back with our wonderful Cluj-Napoca workgroup. Cip and Ruben will reveal some practical details about one of our most popular recent projects.
It may be an overused trope that giving is the best gift. But that doesn’t make it untrue, especially if it involves art.
This year, our company decided to take a different path and did volunteering as part of our team building activities.
This turned out to be an amazing way to strengthen the team spirit and cohesion.
Do you want to peek behind our curtains? Are you a fan of series? We have good news! Here comes the first episode of Brick Visual’s very own Image BrickDown.
No spoilers! Well, maybe some spoilers…
We are announcing the good news of conquering another city. Brick Visual is founding it’s new, second archviz home at Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
And you can even be part of establishing Brick Visual Cluj.
The third round of Brick Academy has just ended and our team gained four amazing Junior 3D Artists. Brick Academy Courses will start soon.
What we do to keep ourselves fresh and motivated? We often emphasize how creativity, art and creation is essential for us and how we are constantly looking for inspiration and personal artistic growth. This attitude not only applies to our day to day work, but for our personal lives as well.
Artfully Communicating Architecture – Autodesk 3ds Max published an article and a case study about us and our workflows. You can find the whole article here. “We are communicating architecture – this is the simplest way to describe our mission and work. Just as communication takes many forms, we also use different tools and skills … Continued
We are jumping with joy and happiness, as we have won both the public and the jury voting at Architizer’s A+ Awards in the Rendering and Modelling category with our Geneva project still images.
A+ Awards and 3D Awards – the two awards we were nominated to recently and we can’t be any happier and prouder, as they are the most prestigious ones in the architectural visualization industry.
If you have ever felt lost in 3ds Max (haven’t we all?) Pulze Scene Manager is for you – developed by us.
A Brick Visualnál tavaly ősszel indítottuk el első építészeti vizualizáció képzésünket, a Brick Academy-t, kezdő 3D tervezők számára. A célunk, hogy a jelöltjeink 8 workshopon és köztük folyamatos, otthon elvégzendő feladatok során, személyes mentorok segítségével elsajátítsák az építészeti vizualizáció alapjait. Sikeres vizsgát tevő akadémistáinknak 3D tervezői pozíciót ajánlunk.
We have launched and finished the first Brick Academy, dedicated to emerging 3D artists and we are ready for the next rounds of the course.
Brick Visual started to use eye tracking to collect data on the perception of architectural visualizations, but how it helps the process of converting ideas into engaging imagery?