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carlopav
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funerary chapel

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Hello!
I wanted to share some images of a project that took quite long to develop, actually the last 3 years. FC was used to verify the construction drawings of the precast concrete builders, and to be able to visualize the step files coming from the sheet metal workshop.

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The concrete model was built using Draft and Part WBs, while the Sheet Metal panels were drawn in 2d with Draft, sent to the workshop and imported through step. (We could also have designed them in SheetMetal, but you know, if someone else can do it better than you... :lol: )
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Here is a small axonometric drawing obtained with TechDraw and a little bit of inkscape.


The model is quite dirty and not complete, cause it was mainly designed in 2d, and the drawings were continuously modified along the experimentations and construction, to check and verify the architectural choices.

you can checkout the result here: https://www.designboom.com/architecture ... 0-11-2021/
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Thanks! Looks really gorgeous ! :)
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BTW, what is the metal material ?
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paullee wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 3:06 pm BTW, what is the metal material ?
thanks!
anodized aluminum, chemically engraved by hand
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Anywhere to learn how to write the specification ?

Or it is kind of personal art and craft skill ?

Thanks again :)
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paullee wrote: Wed Oct 13, 2021 1:05 am Or it is kind of personal art and craft skill ?
100% art and craft. it was done by an artist.
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Just Amazing! :D

It reminds me Tadao Ando :-)
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grazie!
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Looks great. You should post a picture.of the real thing directly here in the thread. You've to see it in real life.
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carlopav wrote: Wed Oct 13, 2021 10:03 am 100% art and craft. it was done by an artist.
Thanks. Then needs to specify the artist :lol:
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