Facades are, with respect to a building, like your face about your body. It is what strikes you the most at the first encounter, what gives you expressiveness. Your "hook" to attract the interest of others.
A face, an individual. A façade, a building.
In the articles where we discussed architectural projects in Rhino, we have seen imposing facades, some of them because of the use of materials, as the anti-pollution properties of those installed in the Manuel Gea González Hospital, or the use of perforated metal panels, as in the Monteagudo Museum, others for its transparency, as the blades in the Aviva Stadium. In other cases, by its shape, as the metal spheres forming a ribbon around the Hanjie Wanda Square Mall or by the color, as the school of Bobigny . We have also seen beautiful old facades that have been restored in New York.
|Manuel Gea González Hospital||Monteagudo Museum||Aviva Stadium|
|Hanjie Wanda Square Mall||School of Bobigny||Old facades that have been restored in New York|
We know that you have experience in designing facades and, as always, you provide the creativity and we supply the tool to make your job easier. You may have to restore a building or to develop a project in which replicate a façade. Need to reproduce an existing facade? With VisualARQ you can do it easily.
The process is simple, based on some features of our architectural plug-in:
- Assign images
- Apply “texture mappings”
- Create openings from curves
- Create slabs and railings