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    Paulistano armchair by Paulo Mendes da Rocha. 1957.

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    cs@sf, seier+seier, tkH4N, betsyness, and 12 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. seier+seier 75 months ago | reply

      now, one thing is the rendering and animation. I am too jealous to even comment on that. but the modelling and the choice of chairs is just great. love the paulistano. bloody brilliant.

    2. Peter Guthrie 75 months ago | reply

      thanks for your kind words. I've added another view of it to annoy you even more ;-)

      Paulistano 2

      I think I first saw the Paulistano in wallpaper magazine. Its one of my favourites now, and I really should get round to putting it into a nice brutalist concrete setting!

    3. seier+seier 75 months ago | reply

      yes, they could use a little concrete to feel completely at home.

      it was such a pleasure and surprise to realize that sao paulo has a living brutalist tradition with paulo mendez da rocha as its mentor. he is a real master.

      and you should sell those models (you probably already do) - they are perfect.

    4. seier+seier 75 months ago | reply

      I actually don't know if any money can be made from selling models, I can just see that there is a big market on the internet. do you know?

    5. Peter Guthrie 75 months ago | reply

      I have no idea actually. There is a site called turbosquid which would be my 1st port of call, but whether people actually buy models and in what quantity remains to be discovered.

    6. tkH4N 75 months ago | reply

      wow man, thats shocking! amazing lighting and compositing too!!!! that's real!!!!

    7. ken mccown 72 months ago | reply

      sweet 3d studio! These are absolutely stunning renderings! I zoomed through your stream thinking they were photographs, and then looked through your sets and saw these were digital! Great stuff and thanks for sharing! Love the video, too!!!

    8. jinkazamah 70 months ago | reply

      your render is very real

    9. Matt2008 66 months ago | reply

      nice render

      could you share your rendering settings and lighting setup please?

    10. Schimonski 63 months ago | reply

      wow - amazingly real! Do you have any Borsani P32? :-)
      I love the Swedese Chair setting, too...

    11. dlefik2008 [deleted] 52 months ago | reply

      so talented, it's sickening. i've been going through photo after photo of yours and it amazes me how each one is so real you could feel yourself being there!

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