Architectural visualisation Carme Pinós studio

Some time ago we produced these renderings for the proposal submitted by the architectural studio Carme Pinós for the international architectural competition for the design of the new building of the Vall D’Hebron Research Institute (VHIR). The projects also had to present a proposal for the transformation of the Vall D’Hebron Campus.

Nowadays, it is essential to present architectural renderings that explain the proposal of architecture competitions. On the one hand, they can attract the attention of the jury with a simple glance. On the other side, they serve to explain the proposals to the final users normally alien to the architectural world to whom some images facilitate the understanding of the project.

The projects are signed by leading figures from the world of architecture, as BAAS architecture studies i Espinet / Ubach, the winners of the competition, or the team composed by Rafael Moneo, Moneo Brock and Epypsa. Also were finalists the team Martinez La Peña-Torres architects and technical and project TYPSA and the team of Josep Llinàs Arquitecte with Casa Solo Arquitecte.

The proposal of the Carme Pinós studio sought a diaphanous building of wide spans in which the integration with the environment and open it to the neighbouring districts stood out. Another very important aspect of the proposal was the landscaping and the link with the nearby Collserola mountains.

As for the rendering of architecture, architects studio commissioned five images that explain the highlighted aspects of the project. Although the client had the points of view to develop very clear, we made several tests to achieve more attractive images.

Once the views were defined, we launched the renders in high resolution. In the post-production phase, people were integrated, the lighting was balanced and the colours adjusted.

From here we take the opportunity to congratulate all the finalists and, in particular, BAAS architecture i Espinet / Ubach who won the first prize in the competition. Congratulations!

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