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    I thoght I allready started one :-/
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    Allright.

    My initial idea of an event suitable for this building, was simply to transform the grand space of the NNG into something else. Altering the flexibility of the open plan, creating new spaces, series of spaces and changing the general conception of the overall interior space.

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    This, of course, is against the whole concept of the NNG, but. (bare with me!)
    My main idea is to display the simplicity and beauty of the building by adding/introducing diverse elements.

    Diverse style, materials, textures, shapes etc.
    (e.g. Catalan modernism, rough wood, fabric, curved shapes etc.)

    I still have to come up with the main concept. I have no idea if this will work! :-)

    ------I wrote the above, but never managed to post it :-) ----

    After a couple of days thinking about my initial idea, trying to figure out a way of achieving my goal without just fitting a giant blob into the NNG, I wondered how good old Mies would feel about my idea. I wondered if he, placed in the middle of this completely altered space, would feel trapped. I wondered if he would feel captured, and would want to escape.

    An image of Gepetto trapped inside Monstro the whale (Pinocchio) immediately came to mind.

    http://leukophobia.files.wordpress.c...pettowhale.jpg


    So, as an inspiration for my space transforming, I will use the image of a giant rib cage. Creation new spaces with cutouts in a number of planes/slices. I did a little sketch of a concept plan and sections, as well as a small scale test model.

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    Next step is to figure out the extents of the slices, and how to bring out my idea in just two stills. :-)

    Hope you like it!

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    Hi,

    Im still sketching...
    Trying to figure out how the ribs should be constructed. It will probably be something like this sketch. Size of beams still pending, and joinery not shown. :-)
    It will be + (plus/cross) shaped columns standing on the floor, suspended from the ceiling, or both. (Get it?)

    Whales have blow holes, so i thew in those for light sources as well...

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    I have introduced fixed wooden walkways to underline the concept of diversity. The tile floor will become off limits, and could maybe even be covered with glass (for reflection, not transparency) This way it will no longer be open plan, but very fixed.

    As an architect, I could spend months planning these new spaces, but I have to determine what to include in my stills, and work from there. I will only be texture mapping the immidiate surroundings of my stills.

    I have to get modeling, and hope that I can make it work.

    I have sort of an old school workflow, and use only Vectorworks, Sketchup, Adobe CS and Maxwell Render. So only coplanar surfaces :-)

    BTW. Does anyone know a free server/service to where i can upload my pictures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dukkehus View Post


    BTW. Does anyone know a free server/service to where i can upload my pictures?
    I think i found something :

    http://i.minus.com/izAv1v7dKnL7b.jpg

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    imgur.com is pretty good as well.

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    I really like this idea, go for it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiminy-billy-bob View Post
    imgur.com is pretty good as well.
    Thank you, Ill try that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dukkehus View Post
    @ Daveybot,

    Thank you for the feedback. I dont mind at all, I very much appreciate it!

    You describe my intensions with the posted interior shot spot on. As you say, the image shows good progression from left to right, and I believe that just a few people, if the right ones, will complete the composition. I have started modelling the ribs and is working on the textures. Im considering wether or not to overexpose the shot, exaggerating the contrast between right and left side of the image.

    As an architect I do "lots" of conceptual renderings, and I normally wouldn't worry about sticking to a particular aspect ratio. As you said, it is an exercise, and if it is too limiting Ill discard the idea.
    The thing I want avoid in the interior shot, though, is to get tempted by an extremely short focal length.
    In my opinion. photos (IRL) taken on a FF body with a 14-16 mm or less focal length mostly (not always) look weird.
    Ultra wide angle shots can be necessary, but if I can avoid them I will. :-)

    Again, thank you for the feed back.
    I know what you mean about the really wide angles - they can definitely get distracting! I normally only end up down there when a room is simply too small for anything else, so hopefully you'll be okay with this enormous place!

    Glad to see you'll be making the end, and can't wait to see what you'll come up with!

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    These are just about the views that im going to end up with.

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    Still modeling, shaders, environment, lightsources etc. to do :-/
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    Excellent creation, this DOES fit the NNG interior quite well ;- )

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    Very nice! There's a lovely swoop to that second image, and I like the exterior being bright white like that.

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